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rmber 23, iWy
fC l A L N 0 T ES
V AMi- .
Uight Service. . , ;
beautiful midnight
. urk's church tomor-
h be singing of all the
,ms hymns and carols
L choir. The congrega-.
liirat 11:30 o'clocK ana
,"ric by the choir, which
in full attendance
L,ue old church will fee
Ijsorated for tnig service
s greens. and 811 lame?
j, who can are invited to
iy morning to help put
, mid other greenery
ijdt service is among
.,,ful of all the church
t expected that many
rtll as members ol the
ill attend.
ImtTwTs. Lee will ar-
C from their home in
lie the guests for a short
ud Mrs. W. N. Morgan.
nomine: Mr. and. Mrs.
, ind Mrs. Morgan will
Aire to spend Christmas'
William Austin. Mrs.
s mother of Mrs. Moiv
flierrv will go to Jack-
Low to joint Mrs. Cher-
visiting there. Mr. and
twill then go to Olustee,
lad Christmas, returning
3( ni Palatka Monday.
I. Helms is spending the
iididays with his parents.
k J. A. Helms, at their
fat Palatka. His friends
tasted to know that he is
i company at Castle
ptary academy at Leb-
ind also captain of the
till team and track team.
In further interested to
Lis a member of the all-
tor will return this
9 Jacksonville, where he
liking a short stay.' He
out-of-town guests at a
Since given at Concordia
In evening by Miss Ma
ta and Miss Virginia
Sirs. Robert L. Hutchin
ill son, of Jacksonville,
here, the guests of Mr.
i parents, Mr. and Mrs.
lainson. Sr.
Mrs. G. W. Stubbs and
ra and Jessie Stubbs, of
will arrive this' after
ni Christmas with Mr.
F. E. Stockton at their
thirteenth street.
sty of motorists from
Ga., will arrive in Palat
to be the guests for a
and Mrs. E. E. Ramsey.
7 will be Miss Willie. Ram-
Wghter of Mr. and Mrs
lie other members being
's. J. J. Vickera and chil
wd Mrs. Rouehton and
ji mother, and Mrs.
daughter. After a stay
tne party will continue a
lOtorin? trin thrnnch
Florida, going as far south
Mrs. Goode M. Guerry.
Miss Mattie Falana, of Middle
burg, is in the city today the guest
of Mrs. W. N. Morgan at her home
in' Bungalow Park. Miss Falana is I
cri route to Lakeland, where she will
spend the holidays with relative
Mr. and Mi Ron, Vii i. 1
. , ivimuiUUgH
left this afternoon for Pierson, Ga..
Where they will be the guests of rel
atives over Christmas.
. Mrs. Margaret Jackson, of
White SDrinp-s. is tha must m
. c-, - 11119,
J.' A. Helms at her home in East Pa
latka. Mrs. Jackson has recently re-
turueu 10 norma trom New York to
reopen the Jackson hotel at White
Miss Georgia Johnson will leave
this afternoon for Sanford, where
she will spend the Christinas holi
days with her brotherlin-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jnspnli f!nrlov
-Mr. and Mrs. Herhert. OnnU will
spend Christmas in Ocala, the guests
of relatives.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual stockholders' meeting of the
State Bank of Palatka will be held
in the office of the bank at 7:30 p.
ni., Wednesday, January 11. 1922.
Dec. 23 30, Jan. 6.
UNFURNISHED rnnms fnr ronl
Best residence location in town. Write
L. D., care News Office. 12-23-3t
WANTED Ladv or man to sell
and demonstrate the 3-Minute Dish
washer in Palatka. Sells for only
$7.50. Box 846, Orlando. Fla.
BOARD, and room, if desired.
Brakeman residence, 316 Kirkland
street. Call and see us. 12-23-4t
I 1
corner Reid and North Fourth sts.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; 308 River St.
Dec. ll-15t
" IF YOUhOTldlTeTdarrrictrician
call up Palatka Electric Co., day
phone 198: night phone 69. Prompt
and satisfactory, service guaranteed
building in heart of city. Suitable
for small merchandising business,
real estate and insurance or general
offices. Ground floor. See G. M. Guerry
at News office.
FOR SALE My Chandler tour
ing car; good mechanical condition;
good tires. Very reasonable. J. H.
Yelverton. 12-24-tf
FOR SALE Second-hand Ford
light delivery truck. Yelverton Fur
niture Co. 12-24-tf
FOR SALE Columbia Grafono
las at greatly reduced prices. Easy
terms. Yelverton Furniture Co.
JM Mrs. W. T. Niohnla will
aville tomorrow to spend
rfitn relatives.
W Mrs. Charles Hutchin
pren, of Cuba, are visit-
'Jtchmson's parents- Mr.
jfary Hutchinson, Sr.
r. Buie and little daueh-
Pi will return Mondav
Gallie, where- they have
; -t relatives.
Fr and Mrs. W. H. Cas-
Jly will leave this aft-
1 Plant ritv mkm thou
file holidays with rela-
l Mrs. J. B. Gaines will
"enine from Tallahassee
Tmstmas here with their
daughter, Mr. and
F. W. Buddinirton. of Middle.
burg, is spending today in Palatka
on business.
-Mrs. J. W. Deats, of New Smyr
na, spending the Christmas holidays
with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Helms, at
her home across the river.
Miss Mae Kennedy has returned
from Jacksonville, where she has
been under the care of a specialist.
Miss Kate Lucas left this morn
ing for Daytona, where she will be
the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wood and
C. K. Tuten will motor over to Arch
er on Saturday, where they will
spend the holidays with relatives
and friends. They will be accompa
nied as far as Gainesville by Mr. and
Mrs. B. J. Charpie, who will spend
Christmas at Cedhar Keys.
i Mr. and Mrs. Avon Hall and two
children will arrive today from Day
tona to spend the holidays with Mrs.
Sherman Hagan.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Martin and
children will arrive this afternoon
from Aiiooka to spend Christmas
with Mrs. Martin's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. Barstow, at their home on
South Sixth stree.t They are mak
ing the trip by motor.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bauer, of
Miami, will spend Christmas here
with Mrs. Bauer's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Reed.
Clvde LaMee, of Jacksonville,
will spotid Sunday and Monday with
friends in Palatka.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gerber will
so to DeLand this afternoon to re
main over Christmas with Mrs. Ger
ber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H
William Reed, of Fort Pierce,
will be the guest for Christmas of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Rood nt theri home on Emmett
"U.f "
Jack Hiers, of Jacksonville, will
cr.odn Christmas here with h.s brotli
e'r-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L.
S. Barstow, returning to Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reed will
have as their guests for a portion of
the Christmas holidays their sc.n-in-i
. . . j a ..,Mvr. Mr. and Mrs.
u:w aim uauf,...-
Shaw Coogler, and daughter, Louise,
of Brooksville.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barstow
and little son, of Hastings, will ar
rive tomorrow to remain over Christ
mas with Mr. Barstow's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Barstow.
. M:ss Elizabeth Ambrose, of
Jacksonville, will spend Christmas
here as the guest of her father, J.
H. Ambrose.
All scouts requested to be present
tonight at 7:30. Important business
.i. All hovs eoing to the win
ter outing at the Indian river be sure
and be present. Bring money
the cards and settle for them to
FOR SALE Closing out sale of
severa lsuits and odd pieces of Reed
and Rattan Furniture. These are of
fered at about half price. Yelverton
Furniture Co. 12-24-tf
FOR SALE Oranges and Tange
rinesrines $1.00 A HUNDRED.
Phone 2521. 12-8-tf.
FOR SALE Wood Dy Load, stran
or cord; call phone 38 Prompt de-
livery. Dec. 6-30das
WANTED TO BUY Five or six-
room bungalow, close in, from owner
only. Address P. 0. Box 379..
nov 9-tf
FOR SALE Columbia Grafonolas
at greatly reduced prices. Easy
terms. Yelverton Furniture Co.
FOR SALE Closing out sale of
several suits and odd pieces of reed
and rattan furniture. These are of
fered at about half price. Yelverton
Furniture Co.
FOR SALE Second-hand Ford
light delivery truck. Yelverton Fur
niture Co.
FOR SALE My Chandler tour
ing car; good mechanical condition;
good tires; very reasonable. J. H.
WANTED One or two congen
ial gentlemen to share furnished
flat. Inouire at 318 Reid street.
Ladies, this one gift has got to be
appropriate and everything else
tha tgoes with the pleasing of a husband.
With Silk Shirts Silk Neckwear-
Silk Hose and a thousand other gifts
now ready at this store you are
sailing right into the port of his
dreams and when vou couple our
name with yours you are doing ex
actly wha the would do if the posi
tions "were reversed.
Bath Robes for pleas
ing husbands ....$6.50 to $20.00
Traveling Bags for
pleasing husbands ....$7.50 to $20.00
Neckwear for pleasing
husbands 75c to $ 2.50
Palatka's Best Men'stStore
FOR RENT One three-room uft
furnished apartment. Apply Sara.
toea Hotel.
FOR RENT Two- nicely fur
nished light housekeeping rooms;
convenient to bath; adults only
Phoen 294-J. 12-20-3t
REAL ESTATE If you wish to
sell, list your property with us. We
have inquiries for farm lands, citrus
trroves. development tracts, timber
lands, city properties, etc. If you
wish to buy, call on us. J. L. SHEP
ryday Bldg., Palatka.
IF YOU WANT a real bargain
a light delivery truck- see Merryd
vnif RF1NT Store building at
font of Reid street and fronting on
First street. Annly 416 Reid 'street.
FOR RENT Choice Offices in
Merryday Building over State Bank.
Rooms both single and en sui
ply W. A. Merryday Company
Vint Street. Uec;
h. A
lorth '-
"" FOR "RENT Two-room fur-,
nished apartment; all conveniences.!
Adults only. 324 Emmett street. ':'
. 12-20-tf :
The public to know that we are now ready
for business. Cars washed, polished, also repair
work on all makes of cars. 1
Lilly's Garage & Filling , Station
South Second btjeet.
FOR SALE Nice sweet potatoes
at the right price; also oranges and
grapefruit. W. G. Tilghman, phone
50. 10-lB-tt
FOR SALE Light cfeuvery Ford
truck in good mechanical condition.
$200 cash. Ford Sales Co. 10-Z5-tI
FOR RENT Front Half of store
WANTED I want to rent a 4,
t nr fi-ronm ' house. Give crice and
where located1,' Address Box 482, Pa
latka. Fla.' 12-17-6t
two-inch white oir oxidized bed; Na
tional snrine and'' 45-lb; rolled edge
cotton mattress;' $20 f.o.b; Jackson
villel Cash ' wMh ' order. . Southern
Furniture Coi. 501 Broad,' corner
Church street: Jacksonville! Fla.'
' . 1-12-tf
drain your crank case tor
day. No charge except for
new oil. Oliver Brothers
Inc. 12-13-iot
FOR CHRISTMAS, linen and bath
towel, sets,' pillow ' case lace, yokes
and scarf ends. Mrs. P. J. Becks, 6il
"I waB weak and nra-down,"
relates Mrs. Eula Burnett, o(
Dalton, Ga. "I was thin and
just felt tired, all the time.
I didn't rest well. I wasnt
ever hungry. I knew, by
this, I needed a tonic, and
as there la rone better than
The Woman's Tonic 6
. . , I began using Cardul,"
continues Mrs. Burnett
"After my first bottle, I slept
better and ate better. I took
four bottles. Now I'm well,
(eel just fine, eat and sleep,
nr skin Is clear and I 'have'
gained ' and sure feel that
Cardul la the best tonic ever
Thousands of other women
have found Cardul just as
Mrs. Burnett did. It should
help you.
. At all druggists.
Christmas Turkey
Sunday and Monday
AT '
Norris Exquisite Candies. - Nunnally, Schraft's
and Cox's. Also Home-Made Candies, Fruit
Cakes and Plum Puddings.
Regular Dinner served at Noon. Short Orders
and Lunches served at All Hours.
Made from Pure Cow's Cream.
Jimmie Collins' Jazz Orchestra will play
and sing Friday night from 6 to 7:30. A chick
en dinner will be ready to serve.
The Daisy Tea Room
set win
JpEE 3 P. M. - NIGHT 8:15 F. M.
Passion Fruit"
All Star Cast
And a comedy, "Pardon Me"
Make it An Electrical Gift
Nothing will be more appreciated than one, or
pair of these
Boudoir Lamps
And they are sold this week at 'the very low price of
Each, $3.75
i Pair, $7.00
Sold Regularly for $5.00 each
I Better Get Yours Now
With Every
Ladies' Suit
FREE With Every
Coat or Dress
Don't be misled. Take advantage of our Christmas
Slashing Sale
Examine our goods and prices before making your
purchases. Our values will make your dollars last
Spencer Electric
Make Clothes Your Christmas
Token. It is practical and usefull
The Reliable Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
S. COMICK, Prop. Cor. Fourth and Lemon Streets
eal -bareain
see Merryday
yiE New
bed; Na
iled edge
i f,
i i
iV0Y i -Evrnhine for Sl Fox New.nd com-
I . r 1,1.
. edy, "BiiDOiea oi

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