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We wish to announce that our Christmas Departments wffl be open next Saturday, November
26th, and we also take pleasure in advising that our stocks will be the most complete ever
shown in this section of the State, with all new fresh stock and prices in line with the markets
of today. .
This year the lucky boy will win a real electric train, while the lucky girl will receive a
beautiful walking doll. A ticket will be given with every 25c cash purchase, starting with
December 1st and the drawing will be held the night before Christmas.
PAL AT K A STATIONERY cu,
QUALITY ' SERVICE
Palatka Sathr NntiB
Published Every slornins Except
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Entered at the Tost Office nt Palatka
Fla,. as Second Class Mail Matter.
II. M. V1CKEIIS - nnxlneaa Maaaee
GOOnK M. KIIEllHT - - Edlto
The Management reserves
to reject all objectionable
xnents or reading matter.
One year 16.00 Three months 11.7
M;; months 3.00 One week .1
i'avable Invariably in advance
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F-ASTKIIN ADVI'.KTIMX; ltl'.PHKS,
Ri.b'it K. Ward. 225 I'ifth Avenu
New York City
newed beauty is a symbol of the re
surrection. They should festoon the
altar, for their fragrance and their
beauty ascend in perpetual worship
before the Most High.
Hungary appears to be Ifapsburg-Jar-proof.
God give us men; and then help us
to provide jobs for them.
The significant feature of an Am
erican banquet is the dry toast.
As life draws to a colse, some men
take up religion; and some take up
In the struggle for commercial su
premacy, the nation that can'f keep
the pae probably won't keep the
There is one consoling thing about
a war with Japan. It would be a
naval war, and the desk men couldn't
The names on the Pullman cars
don't really indicate anything. But
you can say that about the names
on the new novels.
vote in parson or by proxy in writing,
duly signed, for each and every acre
of land owned by him in said Dis
trict. HASTINGS DRAINAGE DISTRICT
T. R. Byrd.
C. C. Robshaw.
C. A. Middleton.
Board of Supervisors.
C. W. MALTBY,
nov 24-dee 1
JlKHlllOlt !)! ASSO('IATi:l I'HKSS
The Associated I'ress Is cxchisivcl
entitled to the use tor iiublication o
stll news dispatches credited to it o
ri'it otherwise credited in this paper
'id also the local news publish.
THE BEAUTIFUL DATURA.
Flowers so strictly belong to youth
that we adult men soon come to feel
that their beautiful generations con.
cern not us, that we have had our
day and should now let the children!
But is there is an adult man soul in
Palatka that has not experienced the
keenest appreciation of the beauties
of the wonderful datura bushes, la
den vith their bell shaped (lowers of
virginal purity, he is of base clay in
deed. One particularly beautiful
3s to Te seen on River street near the
entrance to the Elks club and during
the last few evenings, especially
when the moon shed its silver sheen
upon it, it was celestial in its beauty
Florida's chief charm is her flora
and fauna. We who spend our en
tire days here lose some of our ap
preciation until it is roused into kee
ner delights by some great display
of the vivid poincianna, the inde
scribable delicacy of thebougain
viTIea or tfhe entrancing purity of
The little flower which sprung up
the hard payment of poor Picciola's
prison was beautiful from contrast
with the dreary sterility which sur
rounded it So here, amid rank
-wastes, are there fresh tokens of na
ture. How the universal heart blesses
JJowers. They are wreathed around
the cradle, the marriage altar and
the tomb. All these are appropriate
nses. Flowers should deck the you
thful brow of the bride, for they are
in themselves a lovely type of mar
riage. They should twine around
tie. tomb, for their perpetually re-
When the German speculator wins
a bale of marks, his are merely pa
Judging by the price they charge
i'or the stuff, they should be called
Old Dobbin had his faults, but you
didn't have to jack up one hind foot
to get him started on a frosty morn
Let's see; how was it that men
dodged justice before the day of ex
You cansay one thing for this age.
ft is developing some highly trained
In mentioning the automobile ac
cident near Orange Mills Tuesday
night the Times-Union referred to
"Powell" Davis as proprietor of a
hardware store here. Mr. Davis is
not sure whether it was an insinua
tion or a plain error.
Hello, hello, Bob Holley, did you
see what Gilbert Leach said about
Christmas? Do you know of any
way we can keep it away from San
IIK UOKKIMi KOBC'RS Alt V. ClTi
In timeK nf business depression the
poorest wur'.'TS are hiid off first and,
'ft'ielene "mm and women retained,
nackache, stiff muscles, achlns joints,
swollen hands and feet, rheumatic
pains, bladder weakness and "the 1
symptoms of kidney trouble keep
nuinv persons from doinp; their best.
John Ueo. r.aiicr, Jr.. 3102 ISritrhton
Kil., N. S I'ittsurh. Pa., writes: "l
I'm relieved of all kidney trouble now,
but the only relief was Foley's Kid :
ney I'ills. I am now well and strong
no more Mettintr up at niKbts.1' Fo ;
sal.- by ,1. H. llausihton. i
As long as the indemnity remains
unpaid, German statesmen will have
a promising future.
The average man feels all puffed
up with righteousness when he helps
a little about the house.
The first step in the direction of
.disarmament has been the gradual
elimination of wrist watches.
Few epidemics are expected, bow
ever, in states that won't admit beer
for medicinal use.
The wicked part of the movie, de
leted by the censor, comes in handy
to make up poster illustrations for
From the number of alienists and
other exeprts who have been sum
moned to add their vagaries to the
trial of Lena Clarke we imagine that
the jury's verdict will be largely a
matter of guess work, after all.
This is the last day of the Red
Cross roll call. Is your name writ
ten there? It is not too late to send
your name and a dollar to George
Everson. Do it today.
STR ANGLER LEWIS WINS.
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 23. Ed
"Strangler" Lewis, former world's
heavyweight wrestling champion,
defeated Justina Silva, of Portugal,
in a one fall match tonight. Lewis
won with a double arm lock in 11
In order to handle the orange bus
iness in connection with the Clyde
Steamship Company it will be
neceessary to change the schedule
Effective Saturday, November
26th, the following schedule of Pa
latka & Jacksonville Steamboat Line
"Steamer Pilot Boy," will be in ef
Leave Jacksonville every Tues
day, Thursday and Satur
day at 3:00 P. M.
Leave Palatka every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at
8:30 P. M.
Please be governed accordingly.
E. J. JOHNSON, G. F. A.
WMM " ' if
isfthe Gift of
all Music to
Too many people can't distinguish
between the will of God and a year
ning to have their own way.
Still, there would be no worry
about the integrity of China if oth
er nations had a little more integrity.
A casual review of those who at
tend church persuades us that the
choir in Heaven will be largely soprano.
ANNUAL LAND OWNERS MEET
' ING HASTINGS DRAINAGE
.Notice is nereby given that on
Wednesday, December 14th, 1921, at
the hour of 10:30 A. M., at the Casino
Theatre, Hastings, St. Johns Coun
ty, Florida, the Annual Meeting of
the Land Owners of the lands situate !
in the Hastings Drainage District 1
will be held for the purpose of elect- j
ing one Supervisor of said District
for the term of three years and forj
the transaction of such other busi-;
ness as may properly come before i
said meeting. j
At such election each and every j
acre of land in the District shall i
represent one share and each and!
every owner shall be entitled to one
B. H. KENDRICK
Is holding classes in
BOOKKEEPING and ACCOUNTINO
nroll Now Complete Course $50
The Gables Gift Shop
(Formerly the Little Gift Shop)
Gifts of All Kinds
Toys and Children's Books
Guava Jelly, Guava Paste,
Wherever the dawn of Christmas morning finds a Victrola,
there are gathered the greatest artists of this generation. AH
have contributed their art to the Victrola, positive that it is the
one instrument which brings to you their authoritative interpre
tations in the tones of actual reality. .
Willf there be a Victrola in
your home this Christmas?
$25 to $1500
The Chas. E. Rowton Company
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