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Thursday Morning, June Q, IQ2I.
PALATKA DAILY NEWS RUSH ALASKA TO OIL FEDS ILL COMMENCE SGGn R DAKOTA HAS ODD COLLECTION OF NEWSPAPERS (By Aaaoelated Preee) Edmonton. A1U., June 8 Fortune .seekers from all parts of Canada and various parts of the United States Bre rtWim for their dash' into the far north oil and mineral fields when nav igation opens about the middle of Edmonton, Fort McMurray and Peace River Crossing, the latter two into the Mackenzie river basin oil fields, are showing signs of great activity with large fleets on riv er steamers and gasoline boats get ting ready for the short summer transportation season. Edmonton railroad yards are jam ming through freight for north points and both Fort McMurray and Peace mBainor are experiencing un precedented prosperity and bustle, all coming from the first wave of the Vnnm Th. little town of Fort McMurray has already doubled its population since last fall and with the opening of navigation it is expected to reach f.r tiniH its Drevious size. Many new buildings are being erected, while nloner the banks of the river, boats, scows and lumber craft are be ing constructed. , Ponce river crossing also is gar nering its share of the rush. This town is the temporary headquarters of the government parties going into the north country this year in addi tion to oil prospectors. Ten govern ment, nnrties are getting ready at Peace Eiver or have already taken the field from this noint. including four topographical, three geological and one astronomical survey parties, an other government party will make an exhaustive report of the possibilities of the new oil fields. River men say that they will be able to handle all freight offered for northern ponits, recent heavy rains having filled all northern streams and RE-FOREST ATION VITAL NEED CITRUS INDUSTRY (By Annotated Preee) Rookings, S. D., June 8. There are now 353 newspapers and periodicals published in South Dakota, of which 37 are named News, 24 Herald, 22 t1 is Times. 12 Tribune, 11 fnternrise. 11 Press, and 11 Record, according to statistics gathered at State Colleee here. Besides tnere are a number of Gazettes, Couriers, in- denendents. Registers, Advocates, etc In many of the smaller towns, pe culiar names such as Clarion, Head light, Clipper, Index, Coyote and Pic ayune are popular, and in several towns, the name of the town was con verted in a title, as Columbia Colum bian, Hudson Hudsonite and Huron j Huronite. I The nolicies of the state's papers are exnressed as follows, according to attaches at the college: Republican, 198; Democrat, 39; Indepedent, id, hesirles relieious. literary, fraternal, trade, scientific and other classes, vn rii.I.ROARDS TO BE ALLOWED ON MIAMI BEACH (By A-aoelated Preaa) Miami Beach. June 8. One concern which applied for a permit to erect a billboard here has been reiusea oy the City Council and the council nas instructed a special committee to draft a proposed ordinance which would prohibit signs and billboards within the city limits- (By Anoelated Prriw) Washinirton. June . The impor tance of reforestation to the Florida- citrus fruit industry is pointed out by forestry officials of the Depart ment of Agriculture in a circular which shows that approximately 66,000,000 board feet of lumber are used annually to get Florida oranges and grapefruit to the breakfast table More than 12.000.000 boxes, each reauirine about 5 board feet of lumber are now required to get the croD to market and by 1930, the cir cular states, if production continues to increase in similar ratio to that in recent vears. the output will require 4n.nnn.nn00 boxes annually. Truck farm nroducts of the state now call for 13,000,000 crates annually and this demand also is increasing Forest depletion under methods which do not Drovide for re-growth has reached a point which makes the nnestion where containers are to come from a matter of very practical concern to the citrus industry, ac cordinir to the circular. Conferences have been held with leading officials ,.U IT CimMm HllSCliaa th6 Ul lilt! 1 UlCOb kje.Y.v.. w - l question and application of the Prin- F A MOT TRUMPET cipals of forestry with a view to ttiej- ' rc,rvI-rcn m Jl,l,.tin t stained suolies ofl TS PRESENTED IO box material js regarded as the only, nrp WAINWRIGHT ...... - ninn iha ntMtm. WTE are glad to announce mat we T T 1 Vmvp mdp flrranp-ements with MR. TIM B. MERRILL to handle the milk produced by his dairy. He has just completed one of the best equipped milk houses and dairy barns in the county and has nothing but the finest of Jersey cattle. Besides our morning and afternoon deliveries, we have fresh milk for sale all hours of the day. Phone us your orders, Nos. 35 and 36 ECONOMY COMPANY solved the problem of low water which thereatened to tic up migration in the Mackenzie fields. In the meantime the activity at Ft. McMurray and Peace River Crossing is growing in intensity daily. Every train to the north is crowded and trav elers from both points say that ac ,mnntinn are at a Dremium. One party leaving here for Fort McMur ray took along their own bedding and I shelter tents, reports being that they would be unable to obtain them on ar ' rival. River craft are taking the wa ter daily at both these points. "Let B. & B. DO IT.' Have You Tried Our Bread? If you have not, try it and see for your self how good it is. Hot rolls from n a. m. to 7 p. m. daily. I Sanitary Bakery Palatka's New and Best Bakery 710 LEMON STREET - I I Ily Aneoclated I"rc WAMT RATTI.F.SH P! Wochin.rtnn .W8.-A battered CAN BUY IT CHEAP brass speaking trumpet taken from! . I the hand of captain j. iuayi--w (Bv Aaaoelated Pre") j . , , u Manila, P. I., June 8 The veteran Wainwright as he lay dead on the .nnnnnt r.rnnlr which WAS J 1, f hie chin the U. S. FUnboat uriny iioiiapwiv, j uccn ui 'o D , offered for sale by the quartermaster i .Harrjctt Lane" in Galveston harbor! U Dhllinrtine Horinrtment of the I . ... i.j! in. uk x u...Fr.."- --r- - j j 1862 has just Deen presenieu United States army, is still on tne, ' . , market, no hids having been received Assistant Secretary Wamwnght of for the craft in response to adver-;the War Department, descendant and tisements. The reason assigned for namesake of the gallant officer, by lack of bids is a surplus of ocean ton-; p, c. Duff of Houston, Texas, in nage for the freight now ottering lwhose family it nas Deen preserve rru n 1, ,.. fr.rmorlv n Rritish -1 Vinlf a ppnturv. The lUUIV naa j as a vvai iciiy . - ship, having been built in Scotland trumpet was given to Duff's father by in loss, one was miuwii a us jj. jj. Kaaaaiz, in mi luuu-t-v Roumania until purchased by the e,i with the Baltimore City Coller", United States at the outbreak of the DUt who as a member of the Co.ifed- Spanish-American war. ncr gross erate force wmcn Doaraeu me ijaire tonnage is 4,126. ! after the ship was shot to pieces in It is also planned to sell the trans-' the fieht. took it from the ivma 01 nnrt Warren which operates regular-, the Lane's commander, (lead at his ly between Manila and China ports. p0St. mi r .U Carman . Cn.-f arw Wflin- ine arren was uim-c w-ihii. ln recalling w wn-v-.j ahin ScHndin of the Hamburg-Amer- wht the tale of the old battle, when ican line. She was built in 1889 andtne Lane, shot pounded by two Con- purchased at the breaking out ol .the'fe(jerate vessels at short range, sur- .Snanisn war in ioho. rendered. lr. fun iuiu o i other tragic incident on the deck of HAWKS WAKN MOONSHINERS ffJ . rantain Wain- OF APPROACH OF SHERIFF,- officer( h(1 said Uiy Aofia-i i're) 'was Lieutenant Lea, whose father, Pensacola, June 8 Hawks pre-! jiajor a. M. Lea, commanded the vented the capture of moonshiners i'r. VP(, which retook Gal- near here last week and after the . th counter attack. Major birds upon three occasions had g'venLea was first to step aboard the Lane, the alarm upon the approacn ol sner- he sajdj ajding: iff Ellis and two deputies, tne snerm , gave up the attempt to arrest the , . , th t t his signt was the body operators and contented himself with'f his SQn lying on tne deck of the seiEing the still- 'Lane mortally wounded. The Lieu- Mr. Ellis discovered the still but . . . d jn the arms 0f his father 1 A nn-i,A tha man run. , i 1 1.- was anxiuus w ;a few moments later anu um tu : TIa onA hia lenllties linnn . . , lirn:...H;r.l- irapo uiiig 11.. "-i -i- day ne ana captain wain wins.". aproaching the place noticed a pair buried m the same grave, Major Lea of hawks fly from a nest in a tree , conducting the funeral service." u.. TV. flln-ht nf the hirHa linon . lltttlUJ. vm. v.. . -x seeing the sheriff alarmed the moon- JAZZ BLAMED FOR shiners and they fled. Ellis and his GIRL'S LEAVI.NU HUME- men went back into the woods m the Internatinal News Service) hope that the moonshiners would re-, v , rf turn. They did, and so did the birds. , , ,nr,,pmneA Twice more the sheriff attempted to " conference o women approach stealthily and each time tne at thg Xwentieth Century hawks rose into tne air ano tne moon- , , Mj shiners disapeared. : . . . vew York Probation and After the third attempt Ellis took ' Assudation. "It is said that one of the first ob- Get An Ice Box, Any How If you can not afford to buy a refrigerator this season, do the next best thing get an ice box. No; we are not selling refrigerators or ice boxes but we want to make the ice we sell you last as long as possible and do you the most good- Don't think we are glad when OUR ICE melts fast in your home, be cause it means we will sell you more. We had much rather have you learn what a powerful saver OUR ICE is for you how it will keep down your expenses if you will give it a chance to work right. Then you will be our customer not only this season, but next year and all the years to come you wouldn't do without our ice for anything in the world. By all means get an ice box if you can not afford a refrigerator. This is sound advice. Act on it Southern Utilities Company charge of the liquor plant, which con- When the Pay Envelope Comes Around Whatfdo youldojwith the money that's in it ? Youliave expenses, of course, but what do yo do with the residue ? You have pleasures, of course-every one needs them but surely your pleasures cannot cost you the balance of your weekly stipend ? The most seniible thing a young person can do is to start ' a savings account, however small. The sensation of knowing that your money is earning money is vastly better than the thought that you are living right up to your income. Let this week be the week you open an account. $1.00 will start Fortune your way. East Florida Savings & Trust Company ESTABLISHED 1830. Palatka, Florida m, i. 1 ,lur..r,u tl, " . - ,, .... j ,.nn ine speanei uunureu "" sisted of two 35 gallon stills and feOO . thlmillliveg m , yuuug a;io nw v---- gallons of mash. : N Y , , always sympathize m.iri'Ti! ti nunTnr.uiPH with them." she said. "Many of them vmij r.v i o i , ON HIS PASSPORT have a dull, inactive life at their work and have no recreation. SD., inlarnnlmnnl SerVlCl'l u: t a Tho state Tie-1 It' a.hard life. One promises him l.flU.a&u, tfuire o. -w - -- - . partment is to decide one of the most self to retire the mortgage in eight T i 1 . 1 ...1 it.. ,nVif nutnfhe unique objections to passport reguia-, montns; ana wneu me ." ' - tions ever raised here. are ended he finds it necessary to re- Carl W- Johnson, a missionary, re- tire the car instead. fused to have his photograph placed fTDUPQ AD V on passports he desired to Norway , r A L, iM 1 to rs.L . ' ....... . T,.r Til and Sweeden because he said, "It was; THREATENED BY against God's will." Johnson invoked; rrV TXTr" RTTH the Bible to uphold his stand. J A bUUKliStj He quoted fcxodus hw, ,Rt ,w,.lad i.re. I Believe in the Stuff 1 am Handing Out From Week to Week I believe in working, not weeping; in boo.ting, not knocking, and in the ple.turei of my job, in callimt attention of vi.lt ora to the delight, of living (with all it. fault.) in a town like Cre.cent City. I Believe (Know) Orange Growing Is Profitable that it give, better return, for the investment of none, and time than n other fo.m of gettinu a l.v.ng from the .cl. AND IT HAS FEWER RISKS. It is an Attractive Proposition It i. an occupation that afford, opportumtj for lei.ure-for re ing in the .had. of the tree- without lo.. of ..lf.re.p.ct It etrcL U.. per.piralion per man than any other form of earning your bread in the .weat of your brow. WHY NOT LET ME SHOW YOU A GROVE BARGAIN ? W.PA. RUSSELL Real Estate Crescent City, Fla. x shalt not make unto thee any gravenl iliami. June 8. image, or any likeness of anything; nerc nave discovered that is in Heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth." "I am eoinc abroad on missionary I work, but I refuse to have my picture taken because it is in conflict with tne I Holy Book," he sn. The State Department will decide whether the Government's rules or the Holy Book shall govern Johnson's passport. half inch in length- "This is the first record of a Xylos todoris Luteolus in this country," Rwists" ' Tr Mnznette. "The insect was -""t i auivi new bug, one;recently described in Cuba by Bar- "BOBS BIIXARD PARLOR TO OPEN NEXT THURSDAY JOHN J. MURPHY Real Estate nere nave inouvww ,u. ht if. u. the hnst nlant eriven a3 ure not uncommon in me ""i"1 uei, " r f nr,r,.,tto entmolo-i ,io Its identitv was determined by gist in charge of the federal experi-j Hubert Osborne, of the Ohio &tate ment station here, one never before I University. Until it was found here ... . . Ti. iU!. nnr nf its PX- - a i i imtii tvafpa ir i liic loer vpnr in jut: waa on. - seen m mc ""- v- ---- - j Xvlostodoris Luteolus and the visitor i istence in this country, ti h innmeved all the way from Cubanew, small shoots of the Koyal t aim j , - , . ii, to sample the quality or tne tencier, trees dry up ami wu u...B shoots of the Royal Palms here. Peconoe it is a ' "sucking" insect and feeds upon the leaf-lets of the trees Mr. Moznctte considers tne Dug n nnrfesirahle citizen and war ai ready has been declared. The defen ders are attempting to repel the in vader with a sDrav composed of one part of nicotine sulphate and 1,200 nrt of water. The insect is yellow land an adult specimen is about one R. G. Browning announces in a half page advertisement elesewhere in to days paper that his new, modern bil liard parlor will be opened next ThursHiiv. "Bob" has purchased the very finest equipment for his place and "no effort will be spared to mawe thia a niece where gentlemen of re finement will be pleased to patronize" he states. Almost every person in Palatka and 1 Th KmuninF. he has TO SELL TWO BOOZE BOATS . of friends and there is (By Aaaoelnted . . I . .!, h will make a i: ; ir,e The United Stares ino aouui uui "" . .iiiaiiiii u.. w marshall will sell at publis auction here June 9. the gasoline launch and on June 14 the sail tiff s,ineiia. Both boats were seized recently on charges of transporting liquor. "Let B. & B. DO IT.' 8-9-tt huge success with this enterprise. The time of the opening is 1 p. m. to 10 p. nv, and delicious punch will be served free. Civilized nations, regarded by their menace. Those that are neighbors as a