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THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA, FRIDAY MAY 19 19li ? CITT HAPPENINGS AND PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. D. J. Coughlin spent Thursday in St. Augustine. Carl E. Rix is in New York city, attending to business matters. Mrs. Frank Wattles entertained the Luncheon Bridge Club Wednesday af ternoon. thp Great Palatka Bar becue is scheduled for Monday, May 29th. COME. Mr. and Mrs. G. Daniel of Lake land with their three small daughters, spent the week-end with Mrs. T. W. Tillman. Rt. Rev. Edwin Gardner Weed, S. T. D., bishop of Florida, will officiate at St. Marks church next Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock. Messrs. William and Hugh Miner of Ludowici, Georgia, arrived in the city Monday for an extended stay with the family of their uncle, Mr. J. H. Faulkner. Miss Margaret Mann of Mannville, Bpent the fore part of the week in the city, coming over to attend the class party given by Miss Vaneti Trom bley, Tuesday evening. Mr. Wilkinson of Peniel, who started in the race for supervisor of registration, failed to qualify and therefore three weeks' of good cam paigning goes to naugni. The meeting of the music class of the Woman's club will be held Mon day afternoon, May 29th in the Put nam House, at 3 o'clock. Miss Louise Boyd has charge of the program. Mrs. Joseph Hardee and small son of Valdosta is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. J. O'Haver, for a few days, while enroute to visit her husband, who has charge of his father's groves near Miami. m Tumps Kurt is in Jacksonville this week attending the annual dioce sian convention of the Episcopal church, and is the guest of Mrs. F. r TPiaryirirKr Reform returning she will visit her niece, Miss Anna Burt, at St. Augustine. Hollister will give a big basket pic : r.ri;n!il rallv to-morrow. me auu All the candidates will be there and as usual speaking will lollow tne Qin v, vic-itnvs will also attend this f rlicfcint. n.irts of the COUn- ty. Hollister people also know how to prepare a dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. M. Earnest left Tuesday morning in their car for Kis simmee to attend the Methodist Dis trict Conference. Mrs. Robert Ear nest accompanied them and will visit her son who is a student at DeLand. Before returning home, Mrs. Ed. Ear nest will spend a few days with her jsister, in Tampa. cn; nv.ort;a nf Virginia, one time a resident of Palatka, is the guest of Miss Birdie Reed. t -nr t .h TTnnttmrton. one jas. w . Ajuii wi - o of the best-known pioneer residents of the county, was vi' - city on Thursday. Mrs. R. H. Robie left this week for a motnh's visit in Birmingham, Ala., and where she attended the reunion of Confederate veterans. Mrs Warner T. Hamm entertain ed the Tuesday Bridge Club on Tues , .j. , TWoo tnhlea Dlaved, uay aiujuiwui , - after which ices and cake were served. Mrs. J. H. Millican will oe nostess iul the club next week. Miss Grace Macdonald, who has been the guest of her aunt, mrs. v,. c-ij . vir.w trtt for some weeks, will leave in the morning for Watch Hill, 14. 1., wnere sue " snend the summer. Mrs. S. G. Coburn was hostess for the Monday Night Bridge uud, serv ar,A salted neanuts mi - -1..U ..11 .v4- rAatr TIAVt WfteK. DUt ine emu win vu , 1.4. will meet the following Monday night, Mav 29th. With Mrs. Warner x. Uomn nr River streret. 11HU1U1 v.. t mu. t ma nf iha Presbvterian xne uttuico xi v. w church are holding a rummage sale Saturdays in Mrs. Robinson s room -Vi cinV of Lemon street, OU tl3 11 . kotwoon fith and 7th streets. Any one having rummage, please notify Mrs. J. D. Lane or Mrs. r. 0. ream Miss Winifred Hancock who has iust finished a successful school term J j. n j ; sruiuliiw a short vaca- tion with her sister Mrs. J. H. taulk- ner before leaving for Knoxvme, len nessee, where she will pursue a spe cial course in English at the well TTmiversitv there. Mrs. C. J. O'Haver and daughter t Uva tiA fnre rart of the week for Bainbndge, Ohio, where they will spend tne summ 1 1- at rVTJ.mv'e mntViAr. En- route they will stop off in Savannah, for a week's visit with Mrs. 0 Haver s daughter, Mrs. M. P. bmitn. There will be an important meet ing of the Woman's Club, this after Si" o'clock followed by the regular pro- Arxir wViicVi is an oDen p i am im iiiw wj , " ' -- T tt Ri. .finiT with Mrs. J. 11. uteiaijr mv..., " - Harmon, leader, ah memucia yrpA to come to this meeting. Miss Caroline Windisch, for the past ;imi. nf this citv. died at her home on Carr street last i ri- day evening May 12th. Miss vvinu- isch was a sister 01 tne law . " isch, a former well-known mercnani .f SVio was abnnt 80 vears of age. The funeral was held from the house on Saturday aiternoon i and was conducted by Rev, S. Grady of the Methodist church. The inter ment was in West View cemetery. Mooney & Davis had charge, and some of Palatka's prominent citizens acted as pall bearers. rri.. puTiT RAPRF.OUE will be pulled off in Palatka on Monday, May 29th, when the big political guns ot the State will be present to speak. tii.i. :,.;rtr. fV, nonnlp of the coun- ty to come and be its guests for the day and enjoy our nuiuji get political wisdom as it drips from the lips of the great statesmen. Among the graduates of the St. a j.; tj;Vi AnVmnl tnrlav is a for mer well-known and popular Palatka vounig man, James JfranKiin rrncu- J , " 1 HT: Vnrt T.ll'QC n yi an n on ii ivLin iiabc uwuu that citv today to i.t trrnHnatitie' exercises. ttiucnu w ei . 1 i Young rritcnara is me wij fu6 man in the class of seven graduates. iw Partorino Twis. accomnanied llllSt Viiuni . . . j J by her granddaughter Miss Irma J Lewis will leave this afternoon for their home in Yates Center, Kansas it,,;i Pai.nt.lra. rAcrptH the deDar l?i Itoivat - -o " ture of Miss Lewis who has charm a wonw iiritn hor sincinff. but they hope that she may see fit to come again next winter ana spena many in mi- miHat.. Miss Lewis 1I1VI1M1S . v. .... will continue her vocal studies through the summer at Emporia, Kansas. Mrs. Lewis is also a lady oi nne cul ture, who has made warm friends while m Palatka. DRESS UP ! LOOK PROSPEROUS ! Your Greatest Asset in Life is Your Personal aJ nenrance. and this store nas moic lu unci dL me pnct 1 mpntino of the South m. v t'lv Mtaiuu" '-' o 4 ern Poster Advertising Association j Ti,ov,;tl thio wepk. Mavor J. Ill UfltBOVlllHlV v... . , , E. T. Bowen made the address of welcome, and Mrs. Louis Kalbfield of 4-l.' nil-.r nraa .VirvcPTl WltVlAIlt notice CO Lllliy " make the response. It was a little unfair to this lady to can on nei m o -irr .nnontinn to make imnromptu , , A U.,4. address ot sucn a cnaracier, rai ii. rVin hoaivl hpr. sav that the ad- dress was1 worthy of the best. At Mrs. Kalbfield received many hearty compliments, none of ... . .... i i e- it M l.'wi which outdid tnat oi me niajur unn self. you "want to pay for MEN'S CLOTHING tfmn -inv store in the City, no matter whether it is Palm Reach. Kool Kloth or the heavier grades. SelecJ ted by us because each excels in its particular way. THE CORRECT HAT t . .i Tf i-We k anv stvle that will suit you among rne man new models in Men's Hats, you'll be sure to find it, And in Shirts, Ties, Shoes, or anything else in tlii Clothing and Furnishing nnc, mis muic caicu. Bargain Prices on Summer Goods Are you prepared with "Kool Komfortable Klothes" for the hot days to come? This is the place to find the kiad of material or made up garments to meet just such demands. Beautiful Lawn- Batistes, Tissues, Voiles, Organdies, and White Goods of every description. manufactured especially for comfortable hot weather wear. Some special and exceptional values in this department. Ready-To-Wear Department You'll find some mighty good things in this department, especially for hot weather wear and the prices are very reasonable. Pretty Lingerie and Net Dresses. Fancy Dresses of Voiles, Tissues, Ere. Crash and Palm Beach Suits. WE INVITE YOU TO SEE THEM AND MAKE COMPARISONS IN QUALITY AND PRICES. The Earnest Co. Palatka Presbyterian Church. Tha nuifur Rev. C. M. Alford. D. n ,..;11 nnii1i KnrvHnv mominsr on the subject, "Paul's Conversion our mod el." Evening suDject "Am i my Brother's Keeper;" sunaay scnuoi meets at 9:45 a.m. Superintendant Fred T. Merrill in charge. Midweek prayer service, Wednesdays at cot p. m. A cordial welcome to all these services. Boating Party. rtv of vounff Deoole 111. . J 1'"' "J .1 CT A . enjoyed a moonlight boat ride on the river last evening, tne memoers oi which were Misses Leonore Purcell, Louise and Maye Boyd, Annie and Vi Bruce, Messrs. Jerome Bruce, j-ranii Chapman, Malcom Brosius, Tim Mer rill and Aubrey Melton. The ride was planned m nonor oi Miss Purcell. Lunch was served on board the launch. Palatka Boy Embarks in Business. A nam hnsinpss idpa. originated bv one of our Palatka high school boys and which gives promise of being of material beneht to tne mercnanis ami professional men of the city as wen as a source of profit to the young man himself, has just" been advanced by who is orcanizinfr a Merchant's Protective and Collective Association, with headquarters at 307 Lemon street. As this is a good ex ample of Palatka boy push he should meet with a generous support. Death of Mrs. Dunham. to nf Cnnt. D. A. Dunham. one of the pioneer residents of the Palatka section, oiea at ner nome in East Palatka at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday. The funeral occurred from the family home on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and was con ducted by Rev. N. J. Tilghman. Mrs .Dunham was 63 years of age. Her death is a sad bereavement to her husband and numerous friends. Mooney & Davis looked after the fu neral arrangements. Commencement Sermon. The Putnam High School will close the present session Friday of this week. On Sunday following at the Methodist church, 11 a. m., Rev. S. Grady will prerach the commencement sermon to the graduating ciass. xu public is cordially invited to unite with these young people in this ser- V1CG Monday night at the Howell Thea- Vio cvorlnatinn pxercises will be held. Besides the appearance of each graduate in original proaucuons, me class will be addressed by Dr. Alford of the Presbyterian Church. Second Regiment Band Concert Second and Lemon streets, Saturday, May 20th, 7:45 p. m. March The Outlook, Fred Jewell. . uk Prit. Fred Jewell. March The Sun Dance (Indian) by Ttiovan nvnnrl Vnntnsia Lontr. Lone AffO. bv Round, (tiupnonium soio1 rranK Mathews. I'm Trnt. Arthur Prver. Yaise Romrntique Alpine Sunset, K. L. King. V c voVi Onalitv-Plus. Jewell. Overture Pricess of India, King Waltz Romany, R. Keiser. Dixie Gems. McCall. Star Spangled Banner. Sonhomores Entertained. t; Vnnpfi Trnmblev deliirhtfullv entertained the sophomore clnss of lio V.;rVi srlinnl. of which she is a member, at her home, Tuesday even ing. Pieside the class of twenty, Misses Estelle McKenzie and Clara McDonald were invited guests. The evening was started off with num bered cards to match couples, who then devoted a nan nour to conver sation. For the guessing game, Miss Elizabeth Pursley won first prize and Harry Keller, the booby prize. Af ter another game the young people danced, had music and sang class songs, after which refreshments of punch, cream, cake, purple and goia mints were served, carrying out the class colors. The rooms were beau tifully decorated with roses, sweet peas and evergreen. Mrs. Trombley was assisted by Mrs. Wm. Curry and Mrs. John Roseborough. M. S. BROWN The Fashion Center for Men and Boys of Taste. Smith s Parent-Teachers Association. R. E. NECK The Leading Photographer Portraits, Views, Lantern Slides, Flash Lights and Commercial Work. PUTNAM NATIONAL BANK PHONE 5 The last meeting of the Parent Teachers Association held last Thurs day afternoon was largely attended and a lively session. Much enthusi cv ; Vioino- manifested bv the mem bers in the results that have been ac- i;0ip1 ho Rhorr. time tne asso- tuiiiitLjin-u v.. Vina Vioon nriranized. Mrs. JV1 Ciaiuu imi o Ttwuvn thp nvesiiienx. irave a. ie- sume of the object and purposes of the Association and tne mamiei ui nnnftwnlielimnllt: vein oh bv brineme teacher and parent in closer daily touch has stimuiatea eacn w gicatci activity and interest for the mutual good of the child. Entertains Graduates. Mrs. Louis Kalbfield was hostess Wednesday evening for a party given at the Grand in honor of the seven members of the high school gradua ting class also providing each mem ber with a basket of candy. The box which was occupied by the class was artistically draped with the class col- r.i nTomi nnfl whitp. After the show, Mrs. Kalbfield es- I corted the party over to hmitli s can dy shop where block cream was serv ed. Miss Clara McDonald chaperoned the class, the members of which are Misses Vi Bruce, Marybelle Stallings, Pauline Jacobson and Messrs. jaci: Merriam, Frank Owens, Warren Sleap and Clarence liolden. WHO'S YOUR BUILDER? VOU should be as particular about the selection of the contractor as about the plans and the selection of materials for the building. Mistakes of an incompetent builder are not easily rectified after a building is completed. My work in Palatka and throughout the country will bear inspection. W. T. BOG ART - PALATKA, FJ. PALATKA AUTOMOBILE & SUPPLY COMPANY PALATKA GIRLS BAND To Give a Sacred Concert on Court House Lawn, Sunday, May 2 1st, 4:30 P. M. Moot nf us know that we hr.vo a girls band in Palatka and that its ex istence is due to the interest of Prof. J. Willard Chattaway in young people and his skilful direction unaerwmcn these girls have been laboring for the t-ast three months. It is planned to have these girls ap pear in a sacred concert on Sunday Mternoon, May zi, to De assistea ny the pupils of the public school as a chorus. Only familiar sacred songs v ih be rendered, and every one is in vited to join in tne singing especially the members of the several church linivQ nf flip citv. The time is -V.r.O p. m. and the place the court house lawn. Onward Christian Soldiers Palatki Girls Band and Public School Y'w- I'ils. ATwVi Our First. Tlio Pnnfl. fa) What i Friend We Have in .lu- rus; (b) Holy, Holy, Holy, Hani arid chorus. V.'altz Evelvn, Band. I Love to fell the Story, Band and chorus. Duet Lora Harper (alto horn); Al- iie'-ta Scheller (baritone). Work for the Tight is Coming, Hand im1 pVinnlc How Can I l eave Thee (cornet 'ex- teitei Katnieen L,ecKs, lli'.t.f Scheller, Mary Shaw, Addiela At waier, Evelyn Austin, Catherine Johnson. All Hail the Power of Jesus Name, Hand and chorus. In the Gloaming (brass quartette i -Pearl McQuaig, Ethel McQuaig, Lo ra Harper, Alberta Scheller. (a) Come Thou Almighty King; (b) Nearer My God to Thee Band and chorus. America ALL voices please join us. Piumbing loofsng Pipe Fitting Bath Room Fixtures and Supplies Phone 152. Palatka, Florida Shaw-Merriman. A wedding that united two young people well-known in Palatka occurr ed in St. Augustine, Thursday, when Mark Henry Shaw the popular and genial clerk at the post office and Miss Pearl Marian Merriman were n-nrvind TVio nnnnnnPATYient. CflTTlft as a surprise to their friends here who had suspicions that the happy event might occur some time in the future, but who harly expected it to happen qo ennn TTnweviir. soon ns the vounff couple returned to Palatka, the news spread quickly so tnat in a snort time fnnv n'prp thf rppinients of the con gratulations and best wishes of their friends. Mrs. Shaw is a sister-in-law of Mr. A. O. Johnson, at whose nome sne is visiting. Beautiful Silver Lake. Ppninl anil Frnncia TKvmle united fad krvlnr in a VacL-nf rufnt, of", hp.flllt.i- . i rrl V1J tin Clival ijiifA nn mrTiif whs iiem on the shore of the lake under the shade of the oaks, and in front or tne home of Mr. Leyvraz. It was a great gathering, many coming from distant precincta. Rev. G. W. Riles, one of the men who made a name for himself as a politician some years ago and who'has" campaigned to among the yisitoi . - Fowler of McM- y there from Satsmna I W", uncle Quint RolKMts- ,,, from Oranuin. " v . Fennel ical pluggersas same place. . . hc!S) engineered pplit:cai knows the game "'"."., sued Grandin and help ".-. the affair. ., the! Rev. L. E. -k:-'c " -.:,) Bannerville, and his old home f .!"';; " mbKi vii.e blessing on tne p foie the dinner v. .is - . jju great dinner. .IH"- , anything. Every! ,ing, it maae u di nCl ipeeches followdf- .TiJ v - I arf'BI J. New Crop 'Yf wheat, pl"'" , vello f whole wheat rAfc rraham flour, rolled f nd. in .11ty e I farina n.i.lity 1 .t .11 t mes. Qua" ' mir Motto. giu.' . . .