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-I)fiCKMBUlV 10, 1819, 1 BBj3iiTiilliWlhl rti t&M i :: : - x irMMtoo" 'i the 'olice f We desire its. Grove, nds. We . una v i st. Jo I -. p , ' .-IV, smpp r n.QPn m-jF?!&TMAS' ALL DAY i i JT I . -u-n,. - J....3,-.BMW:Mr.., .MJL,.,,..i.ig.mi.H..,.ii'rt..iiy I THE STORE F O XMAS SHOPPER; Many More Specials for the Week: 20 p.c. Cash Discount on Coat Suits, Coats, Skirts, Wool and Silk Dresses. 10 p.c. Cash Discount on Shirt Waists, Sweaters, Kimonos, Outing Gowns, Bath Robes and Knit Underwear. 10 p.c. Cash Discount on Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Comforts and Blankets. 25 p.c.Cash Discount on Silk and Wool Dress Trimmings and Heavy Coatings. Table Linens and Napkins as Gifts Beautiful line, new patterns and exception 's, value. " Lace Curtains as Gifts Fine line and decided ly big values. Handkerchiefs For Gifts Children's Handker chiefs; 3 in attractive box, 15c and 25c. a jLadies.' Handkerchiefs Xmas box, 25c, 50c -V, $1.00, 1.25,""i.50, rTOO to 3.50. " 5 in Xmas Box, 35c, 50c, 75c, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00 to 3.50. 6-in Xmas Box, 75c, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00 and 3.00. Beauty and Belt Pins 25c, 35c, 50c and 1.00. Fancy Linens As Gifts Scarfs, Centre Pieces, Doilies etc., 5c to $1.00. Short Kid Gloves As Gifts White, Black, Tan, Grey and Chamois, $1.00, 1.25, 1.50 and ""1.69. 12 and 16 button length, White and Black. $2.95, 3.45 and 3.75. Short Silk Gloves, Black, White, Navy, Brown, Grey, 50c and 75c. Juvenile Iricture Book FREE! On Monday, Dec. 22nd, every little one coming in our store with their paru ft.iia or nurse, m will be presented M with a pretty little picture book FREE. Tell all your little friends and come to the store for it as they not sent out. are m Silver Novelties 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 to 5.00. Novelty Clocks, as Gifts 50c to 1.50. Ribbons as Gifts A beautiful line with special values attached. Hand Bags - ' """Beautiful line, special values, Leather, Mesh and Beaded, 25c to 7.50. Ladies' Scarfs For Gifts Chiffon, Crepe and Silk 50c to $3.00. Fancy Sash For Gift t City ripenings and $ Miss Annie Stenhons will arrive this week to spend tlio holidays at her i home. Mrs. J. H. Randolph of Baltimore, Aid., is visiting hur parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Grill. Mrs. Howard Trucman is the guest of hor sister-in-law, Mrs. T. J. Bur nett. ' , W. S. Fry, the jeweler, has an auc tion sale of high class jewelry on dai ly till Christinas. A chance to buy hip;'i-jrade jewelry at your own price. Mi n. Chss. P. Ccoper and little son, Edward Grill, will arrive tomorrow to spend the holidays with her parents Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Crill. Mrs. E. W. Elliott of Pensacola will f'.rnva tomorrow tovspend the Christ- I mus holidays with her mother, Mrs. ' F. D .Ackerman. I A party of Palatka young people I enjoyed an oyster roast at Dunn's I Creak landing last Monday night in 1 honor of Miss Katie Barstow. I Miss Dorothy Davis of Sanford' has arrived in the city to spend the holi uhy season with her grandmother, F. D. Ackerman. I Mrs. J. A. Bryan, wife of the well ! known Atlantic Coast Line conductor, 'row seriously ill, was taken to a Jack sonville hospital on Wednesday. Mrs. W. it. Markhum of Tallahassee- is expected here for the holiday son and will be the gue.-it of her Barents. Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Crill. John A. Crosby of San Mateo, who mada his money in t.ie newspaper bus incss and retired before it was swal lowed up in the same venture has just purcnased a new btudebaker bix taurine csr. This is only Mr. Cros by's third car. W. I.ungdon C'heeves went to Jack smiville yesterday to meet his step diuightfr, Miss Ida Leib, who arrived there last evening and who will lirst make n visit with relatives in Fer- luimiina and then come for a short visit to this city. Since her return from Paris, Miss Leib has been teach ing music in Beuna Vista College Iowa. Miss Winifred Barstow entertained the West End Five Hundred club on Wednesday. Magnificent roses from Federal Point perfumed the air and twelve of Palatka's fairest flowers rracad the card tables. Miss Claire Hoc e and Mrs. Elmer Collins won the prizes, i hen there appeared a won derful repast Persian coffee, creamed crab, soume cassonade, sandwiches and as one guest admiringly exclaim od, "Oh, how delightful it all was three cheers for such a. hostess. The child doesn't live who can look at Kowton's store front when illumi nated in tne evening, and not get renewal of faith in old Santa Claus Kowtons, always headquarters fo l -alatka, for this old patron of Christ mas, has excelled itself this year in the extent and variety of toys. A look into the window will make the mast dignified man forget his dignity and wish himself a child again. So when the kid gets excited over the sight, don't blame him. Mr. Rowton buys in car lots, so that he can supply the Sunday schools of the countv for thoir urisunas xrees. Last week because of the space giv n to the County Fair and the heavy Are D octors Not for After-Christmas Pains - . But for Bef ore-Christmas v Worries . Most people are in '(be habit of " putting off" buying their Christ mas gifts until the last day or so and then tax their brain in ah effort to think cf some likely gifts that will please their friends. ; Most stocks have bean Well picked over by those who realize that early shopping is best, leaving but a meagre choice for the late comers. , We are not unmindful of this faci, and have prepared a splendid stock for the last-minute shoppers. No need to -worry. Let us attend to your case. You can choose such a gift at our store as will appeal to the fancy of any boy or man. You could buy him any of theses , Combination sets of Hose, Tie,' Handker chief; ormin ation sets Hose Supporters and .Suspenders; Ties, Handkerchiefs, Pyjamas, Underwear, Bath Robe, Club Bag, etc. demand on our the N space lor adpertising j news was onnired tn bjivp nut tome tnree columns ot local news mat lui '"uirii iu our regrei. The same is true again this week, and this is lawn. i.v tiue lo ine Jact that advertisers wait until the last hour before making their requests for space. They can not be denied the space, for they de pend on News advertising to reach tne people. We hope they will cyi timiu to find their advertising in this paper profitable. The News reaches !1 parts of the county and has a gen- ;rai circulation in each. Wo i the State so thoroughly cn" he.)"""' and E. M, Our Christmas stock is. an exceptionally good one goods of depend' able quality. Remember there are only five more shopping days M. We- l"1:c- this opfwrtiuiihj of wishing our patrons am-tj Mrrij , Yin as and a bright, prosperous 191. nllIVT Clothier and Furnisher a3 Men Who Know. t0 '"'it Mrs. Georpe Docker of Atlanta is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Crill. Hon. S. J. Ililbuin is t,i Atlantl this week on legal busmen. The Ford Sales Co. of this city Iv.'.s sold a total of 54 Fold autos during the past year, and the appetite is growing. . The Woman's Club will hold its next regular meeting at the Athletic Club house this afternoon at 3 o'clock, ind it will be a social meeting. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Williams an VIrs. H. McVay of Cleveland, Oh;o, n-e at the . Saratoga Hotel am", wili spend the entire winter thei-3. Miss Ruby Yelverton, a school pu ail in St. Augustine, is expected home Lomonow to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Yel verton, Jr. The Tilghman Hardware Co. is sug gesting some useful household neces sities and luxuries as holiday gifts, including one of their malieable steel ranges. What could be better? The County school board will spung the bonding issue on the Pal ilk a -school district enrly next month. Tlv purpose is to bond for a new Palatini nigh school building, something inis ;-itv needs mare than any other thinr Mr. and Mrs. Zart and three chil dren of Detroit, Mich., arrived in tne it v during the pn:;t week and will l, Vin,-, Ml- r(,H -nunc men mum. in i i'.i. ..m.w . connected with the Florida WoojljTlfl rt; i in "TOYS!' T0YS!T1 ! - : ' ,-' ' i nni i q i nni 'i q i iifiivii i ii ii i . i : II mmwtM.mil n iumimb wfww ' immmmmww II : . I . I 1 ware Co. Mrs. C. C, --uoffic ol S!nb otgMr. Slade'i ind her gnesg the week in Pa- The latest $1.00 to 2.50. novelty Chamoisette and Leather Gloves Long and short lengths, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Hosiery; For Gifts . Fine Lisle Hose, per pair, 25c, 35c, 50c, Lisle Hose Three in box for $1.00 and 1.50. Silk Hose Per pair 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. 16 button lengths,' White and Black, $1.00 and 1.50. Bedroom Slippers 50c and 1.00. Elk Skin Indian Slippers 11.50 and 1.75. Shoes For Gifts All styles and leathers, 1.50 to $5.00. $2 m May your Christmas be a s I happy one. m And the New m 1 Year prosperous. s ocal fieid as does the Jf course its ailv-iiifian -.w among the prominent i.v.rance workers to represent ioiida at the creat Catherine in Washineton last week, and when over 2,000 representatives of the American Anti-Saloon League and over i.ouO women, representing the Wo- .tedman's Christian Temperance Un on visited the Natioal capital in a ?ody and presented a monster petition asking that the Cogrcss submit to the vote of the several states an amend ment to the United States Constitu tion prohibiting the manufacture, sale and imporation of alcoholic liquors for beverage purposees. Get Bill Tilghman to describe the scene to you. On his return from Washington Mr. Tilghman went direct to Tallahassee to attend the closing sessions of the Florida Annual Conference of the M. 15. Church, South. RenforuWrnf Mr. Slade, one of the iitieiTempolyes of the Palatka Wood en ware Works. .Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wood are verv much pleased with the masque hall recently given, esnecianv vmn large number present. Kotit. r.veis. Miss (julhns ana Mrs. munis wun ui? nrizes. They hope to make it even more pleasant for everybody next time. No wonder Louis Kalbfield don't get rich. Once or twice each week he shows some wonderful picture of a high-class play which cost him mo than the possible gate receipts at the Kalbfield Grand for the night. Last Wednesday night the picture of clns was Daniel Frohman's presentation of Henry E. Dixey, supported by Lau'v Sawyer and House Peters in an origi nal drama of the um'erworl ', "Ohrl sf 7750." The audience showed it appreciation both in numbers an1' complimentary commarls. A-d pr nreciation seems to please K-ilbfieh' fully as much as the vulgar dollars. -08 (1 0 PALATKA Contractor and Builder FLORIDA i STO on Glance over the fGl'owUi? : New arrival! of new crop Cerealt, Buckwheat Floor, plain and pre pared, Pancake Flour, Farina Gra ham Flour, Wh de Wheat Flour, Yellow Corn Meal, etc Large itoclc and great variety of new pack Canned fruits and vege table! very best brands at lowest prices. All kinds of Dried Fruits, new and fresh. Also Frenh Fruits, Nuts, Raisins and Cranberries. New Cane Syrup in new barret " COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GROCERIES-all new crop. NO COLD STORAGE GOODS. L. C. STEPHENS, Phone 84. " Corner Kirby and Ask Your Doctor. 1 -J Now opened at Rowtons. " ur whole second "floor devotgt.0 Toys and Dolls. T35-- LARGEST STOCKS ;' EAST FJ -rjtills direct from Ger-, Wfiflherefore can give you the best prices. Come and see bur dis play, everything for the little folks. Express Wagons, Velocipedes and Tricycles, Doll Carriages and Go Carts, Boys' and Girls' Bicycles, Toy Automobiles, Rocking Horses, Children s Desks, Chairs and Blackboards, Toy Furniture, Tool Chests and Garden Tools, Trunks and Drums, Games and Books- Xmas Tree Decorations and thousands of other toys for the little folks. Come and see them, bring all the children. An experienced toy man in charge, who will" be pleased to show the little ones through. " See Santa Claus in our window two weeks before Christmas. Special discounts to Sunday Schools. : REMEMBER THE .PLACE OWTON'SL Palatka's headquarters for Santa Claus, 208 Lemon Street. See bur window next Monday. The Car of the American Family 1914 UP MOBILE. i nWvMnrto be bio , r-"v'- ' Is Now on Display at Our Show Rooms. The new Hupmobile is, we believe better, than anything that has ever before come to us from the factory. - . ' ' " Five Passenger, with Westinghouse Electric starting and lighting, over size tires, Electric Horn, rain vision ventilating Wind Shield, Silk . Mohair Top, Jiffy Curtains, Cocoa Mat and other additional equipment. JLet us show you the Hupmobile to-day. We Would particularly like to give you a demonstration of one of the 1914 models. No cest or ' obligation, call 152 and a car will be at your door. ' " a nnarv Ath. id 10 i oiH-iifKl lit ten o'clock, t. trrt rservliis the rlvht tn all Bid. . - , ., HNRV HrTrHINSON, Clerfc Psl.'Uo oveinb;r iHlh, lmrf. , For sale byv aa Automobile & Supply Co. r r r - . ,-57 1 i '