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THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA, FLA. FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1914 loUNDS DRUG COMPANY Crescent t-ity, riorum GET INTO THE GAME EARLY! NOW We buy only the best. Get our prices; e will meet anyone else s prices for first class stock. Headquarter! for Pure Drug, and Chemicals. Patent Medicine Stationery Florida Souvenir, LOUNDS DRUG CO. CRESCENT CITY. FLA. "SSOGXjlT. Citv News Mrs. M. R. Traile is still at Grove Hall and continues in poor health, much to the regret of her numerous friends. FLORIDA NEWS NOTES. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL A p DeWolf snipped several hun- Ponl r RmltVi'o roaiHonco Vina linen rirfirl hnxes of late oranges last weeK, no7lv nnintorl The musical service announced for , ,r t, . the Methodist church last Sunday ivir. ana mrs. jy. corsun comeiiiiiiaie night was postponed two weeks, There was no service at the Presby. terian church last Sunday night. Cashier M. F. Pixton has been on the sick list, but is improving. Mrs. R. F. Adams of Palatka is visi. 'ting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harp. ! The street committee of the council is patching up some of the holes in the shell paved streets. Torrey's plaining mill is running IP ii n again, though the recently destroyed saw mill is yet to be reDUiit, REAL ESTATE CRESCENT CITY - FLORIDA Crescent Hill lots on easy terms. Three new business buildings, a church and two school buildings will be erected at Fort Pierce. TheBe re present an outlay of $150,000 or over and there are a dozen new nouses going up at an expense of another $25,000. This will be a busy summer in the county seat. W. H. Adkinson, secretary and gen eral manager of the Florida Wagon Works, at Tallahassee, was killed by John Rafferty, Contractor and Builder CRESCENT CITY, FLA. Estimates furnished and jobs of all kinds finished expediously in Crescen City or at Lake Como. Write me about the work you want done. ui....t a thnnriot fihnwer. Miss Ruth Herloner and Miss Car- ' . ...,i,j m r.ttno and olyn Stone returned on Saturday from J telephone receiver' a week's visit to Miccanopy. : V?:..,.. neath Ma inr and Mrs. J. L. Burton expect iD0,,r.nniiB The nffice to go to their cottage on Summer Ha niallv wrecked. ven Deacn in a ween or uwu. , , ,, j ,un th V.. H. Williams as nresident oi the . , . ,, hi-huiiiv hetween city council will be acting mayor dur- . M,am, have been mg the absence of Mapor uranam. imoroved since last Jan Mrs. S. H. Wilson has been initiated . tho ,,.,, nf the last log Issued into the uraer oi me eastern ouu, a . th(J jackSonville Board ot iTaae, local lodge in which there is grow- Jg c)early set forth by judge James B, ing interest. lndmi. nf at. Lucie county in a W. F. Glvnn began shipping his -tn,Hlnfint made to the secretary of Valancia oranges tms weeK, a vu:eiy the Jacksonville organization or wn,cn ne ..as au - d of tne commence- bOXeS. . , , r.lD.,vlHQ nf the, John Springer, recently graduated devoted almost ex- from the Agricultural department of contests , declamation 4-U tltntn I niimf Citv Hrr VKU lilSL I - . - and oratory between members ot me various classes. The board of control offers annually three medals, one to WANTED. CRESCENT of the Beach & Miller Line. Shipments will receive the best of care and prompt attention. Thursdays and Saturdays. E. T. CLARK, Traffic Manager. Jacksonville. Fla. REAR ADMIRAL FLETCHER A CAMPAIGN TO ADVERTISE FLORIDA An Organization Has Been Formed For The Purpose of Developing the State. WILL INTRODUCE A BILL Into the State Legislature Providing Funds to Carry on the Work. FLAGLER SYSTEM 3-21 Daily ::s :::: 37-41 Daily 8 30 ml 9. SOW 10 27 ml 1.20 PM 11 00 Pa) 12.18AM l.oi m 1.15 AM 1.2B 2, 00 AM 3.0.') AM 85 Daily 1 30 PM Daily In effect May 6, 1914 a miy la Jacksonville . 2 40 HUM ! 50 A" L St. Auttustme. . . . . East Palatka. . . Palatka... , . . Bunnell , . . . . .Ormond . . . . . . Daytona. . . . Port Orange . . New Smyrna . . . TituaviLle .. . . Cocoa . . . . Rockledge . . 3 14PM 11 3.', AM Lv 3 30PM11..WAM Lv. . 4.55PMI2 25PM r. . 4 22PM 12.941 5 01PMI 1 34 PM Lv 5.15PM 1.47PM Lv.. 5 26PM I.PM LV f. mil 2 40PM Lv 6 56PM 3 40PM Lv.. 8. 43 AM 7.32PM 4 22 win. 3.40AM1 4 25PM Lv. 4.17AMI 4.20 AM 8.04PM 4 5HPM Lv.... 8. 12PM 5 07 HI LV. SanfnrrL At a meeting or repre- io.soami ....... .i mon frnm nil over Florida. ll.30W held here, the Florida Development io.2om 4. 15 Promotion Board was organized. !"" The executive committee was au-. Daily ei. Sun.. n..., tn nronura a hill Creating the Daily ".aun 8. 10AM 8.52PM 5 52PM lv... 6.30AMI 9.55PMI 7.10PM Lv... 7 09AM10.34PM 7.4HPM Lv... 7 20AM 10 43PM 8.00PM Lv. . . 8 45 AM 11.55PM .20PM Lv. . . o 90AM 12 3:iAM 10 00PM Lv. .. ll0.27AMl 1.20AM 10 56PM Lv... 10.39AMi U.WJ ... ill. lora Lf. . . 2.20AI 12.00nt, ir. .. Leave Palatka Union I Water Station Station Eait bound Daily Arrive tait Palatka thmnchout the country, and inducing! S 2 -,Vd. ' farmprs stock raisers, capitalists and hoamilsdam io3-Penger. . rarmers, biulk laioc.o, j.oopm 3.10PM105 Mued .... the 11K6 10 come 10 t"""" "- j 5 OOPM 5.10?M;107 ranengev. i tho atatp 6.15PM .js lire wiae velop tne staie. 1 inmuo Paenger. It was pointed out that Jiorioa nas : ...... . j i n,,lllva. icxiiiiirc VaTIFV RHANHH more tlliaDie lanu nut vu. ... , iviaaiivimi. . - Hon than any state in the Union. That Arrive pan lateo Leave San Mateo Leave Eavt .Palatka 6.50AM i.h&m 9.40AM ll.4-.AM 3.25PM: 4.0UPM S.25PM 6.40 PM 11.20 PM Weft hound Daily 8.15AM 138 Paiienger . S (HI AM 100 Mi led 9.40AM10.10AM 102 Mued 12 00 M 194 Paeienner . 4 05Pii 4.30PM 106 Pmnenger . 5.40PM 108 Miied 110. 45PM 140 Pauenger . Arrive Palatka " " ' " . " " -.r,n nrt i va.t Palatka and San Mateo ilSan Mateo, East ralaiKa ana r lonua ueveiupujBiiL .uuiuiiaj."i a waiai - secure an appropriation at the next session of the Florida legislature ror the purpose of advertising the state Secretary of the Navy Daniels has announced that Admiral Meicner w. be placed in command of the Atlantic Thi in the command 10 all naval officers aspire. week for a stay of a few days. a larce tiartv of Vouner people went down to "Lisnaro, the home of Geo. W. Seaton, and had a chicken fry. They went on the Cash launch. George Miller and Jim Bean left or. Monday for Jacksonville, from which S M. LaBREE, Manager. ritv Florida. Crescent 1. it hp freshman or sopnomure wnu jels in declamation, and one to the junior and one to the senior delivering the best original orations Carrvine about five thousand tons iy 1UI jbi.ivu ----- ..." " .. T.njtQji atntoo rnl. nlace thev will EO by motor Doai or Aiaoania cua. u.c ... pidte uiey win 6 , tjo i D.gmlg fnr Oalves- throuEh tne canai 10 ou.u.i.ei uai uer niutus 1 " for a prolonged stay. ton, where the fuel will be given a tv, ,M Indies of the Place meet test by the government, vesse.a A ffr, spwino- circle that nort. The government Das oeen and seem to be having good times, prevailed on to test Alabama coal for though they have not been charged use of the vessels in the navy in Gulf with sewing tor tne neainen. waters for any exienuea pe. .uu. v; m whitp nent the laree part A recount of the ballots m tne pr f ut week in Jacksonville. He ex- mary election of a week ago was com. i.j -fvn hnma this week in a or,noH hv the board of can- new Metz roadster, in which he will va8serg who will recount every one take a trip to Illinois and lowa. . th , 000 ballots polled in the leg m- onri Mrs. C. P. Hale are now islative race in Escambia county. Tne m'j f 9fti Rrnadwav. Denver. Col- now rnnrt embraces only the vote re- orado, and a postal card from Mr. Hale celved by the six candidates for the states that he is just, gening uuwn ioei8iature. business, that it is pleny cool enougn COUncil of St. Augustine au- and that all are reasonably well. thnrlze,i the appointment of a com- The mercury on Saturday last stood mittee to confer with the board of i. 07 orn-ooa from lia. m. to o.od v. uj in,Dioos rBlnttvB to tne liisiana- at u..--'. , I UUUU U uovvu - - m. On Sunday between muse ..uu.s tfon of & water sotening plant. Hie it was 98. The churches wera not re- , laced betore the council, quired to display ; the "Standing Roum ? ot St. Augustine will ex- Only" sign, on the latter day. J e water main3 Col. G. E. Graham and family left in that village east to near the bridge on Monaay ior men duihi-. v- ana wlu cumlcti uV at Summer Haven beach. Col. Gra- AuglIstine flre alarm system they will ham expects to return in a day or protection of the St. Aug- two and wind up his business ana jarrn iwtrtment for King rtairs De.ore icluhhhb PROHIBITION BILL UP NATIONAL PROHIBITION WILL BE VOTED ON BY CONGRESS Bt FORE IT ADJOURNS. Enemies Hope to Defeat Amendment by Forcing an Early Vote. Florida is nearer the big market cen- 2W!-2W ters of the country than any other 3 SOpm lv Titimviile , Southern or semi-tropical country, and 4.45PM L, Idaytown . tliat tms siaie cau use - . j.a l, 1 ike P ckett ........ tv 1 "3 its land to supply the Northern mar- s ,5opm i(j:;:;::0 Lvio mam ith early and late vegetaDles, j.ispj l, c;h:::::;:::: KioiTsS fruits, beef catle, etc. ; ,;MW i, salotka r'airS m J .i.nr.n M.lnira norlTPTlT 1 lllPU u liihotiKee "i w.-t"- . . , .1.. J .l,nn(rl.lv in ttlA o.Jur- iy, cons.siei.uy m.u - - -- 'I'llQ rl-iVla- ! 1 H " C. E. UTTERIDGE ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR NOTARY PUBLIC ETC. C.,ll,c.l...i..K-"ta. Hel K.ta.e, . CRESCENT CITY, FLA. Oftlt'e rer ','1,,rr'" i,t"re- j., I. Spcncei, Dentist Offlee. at Uldnce on Prospect Street. Crescent City. Florida. Fire Department street, the main portion of their town. City Clerk Lawrence Pomar was authorized by city council o advise the Civic Leasue of that U)vn that such action would be tak en. Tallahassee was visited by one of the most disastrous fires that has been seen here in some time. The shop of F. C. Gilmore, located in the heart of the residential section, was completely destroyed by the contlaga Washington. Nation wide prohibi tion will be voted on by the house within four or five weeks, according tn nredictions made at the capital nfror th rules committee had post poned until July 1 action on a special rule to provide lor lmmeuiaie w oration of the proposed Hobson am endment. Members of the committee rWinrerl thev would consider favor ably report the Cantrell rule resolu tion in July. TtiP committees action followed 1.1 ... nf otnrmv conterences wiuiuui reference to political division, it gen orally was conceded that opponents of the Hobson amendment were iu.i- ine the issue, confident the measui could not poll the two-thirds vote nec essary for passage. Representative Hnbson himself does not favor action at this time, though he said a vote would be taken the second week in July. LOOKS LIKE WAR Great For Your Liver and Bowels Physicians in Hot Springs, Arkan sns prescribe them because they rivHilTT aiiSd Sy skin They are a fine tonic, for JuL .i-ivp imnure matter from the ,XnH and Bive one a hearty appe tite. All druggists, 25 "nU. . r. I i-or RllttOllS. Springs Rheumatism Remedy and Hot Springs Blood Remedy are sold in all drug stores, everywhere. Hot for his prolonged stay. The V. I. A. is going to sell ice cream and cake and other dainties on the Fourth of July at the hall. But there will be no general celebration of the day. Just a little noise at night and possibly a horse race on the Seville roaa. i3i Wnnrlward Jr.. of Jackson- ,.;n o hrnthpr nf Mrs. lorn. uarK nf ttiic nlafe. Hnd himself well-remem- ntrCherae dt the tjon. which also ely destroyed Uic niuLiv "u . - sasoline explosion is said to nave been the cause of the fire. The new canning factory now be ing built in Tallahassee will be ready for work July 1. It is eqmpea win. the most modern machinery and will have a capacity of over 15.0U0 cans per day. Postmaster Roy S. Hannah, ot oi. Petersburg, has received word from the postoffice department at nat,.. inc that beginning on July 1 the post- office at St. 1'etersuivrg ... . first class office. Five hun dred new boxes are to be ordered. r.fiinesville oresented a nouuay av npnrance when many of the reside- ments and stores on the long avenue leading from the tabernacle to u.e .,ivorsitv were ueautuuuy utoioi with college colors and American flags On the city square the stores ', hPilecked with bunting and closed and the proprietors and clerks were gathered with the rest of the population and the many guests in the vast auditorium to celebrate with the irrad nates and the winners oi un iversity honors their success. It was a flttiii" close of the most prosperous year in the history of the university Massachusetts Institute of Technolo gy- There is an epidemic of whooping cough among the children of the town. Two weeks ago it was chicken pox. Poor little children, you think you are having your share of troubles. But tin vnn irvnw ud and have chil dren of your own a whoopin' and a whinin'; then you'll know what trouble is. Mrs. Frank Gautier has returned from a visit to her father and mother in Leesburg. During her absence she was eected president of the Vilage Im nw,ii Association to succeed Mrs. A E. Torrey, who declined a re-election. Mrs. Gautier will not be install until the October meeting of the nssociation. Miss Mary Frierson is to leave this week for Pomona, where on Tuesday next in the Congregational chuih .hi will h united in marriage to Mr. Mnpl Kihnul of this place. During tho nast week Miss Frierson has been entertained at several showers given ; hor hr.nnr hv Mrs. v . n. rune.. m,. MnA Hardv and Miss Bessie E. Neal. After their marriage they .iii rosWIo in the Andersen cottage. Mr. Nihoul is the band master and has charge of the pressing ciuo. One dav last week Deputy Sheriff TT....t J.i- ,,n a white tramn or LOST At some time on the trip hobo flt the Huntington station. The t PointWa Anril 4th. via. the bteam- 0c,..rp,l the description of an er Crescent, Mrs. Rich lost a deli- I escaped convict wanted at the Voiisia cately lormea go.u uiy countv camps ano mime, uc . ... : k... stnnps a oearl, an ame- . . . , f Rllt ;t was a mistake thist and a diamond. Mrs. Rich wit. didnt quitg answer the description gladly pay wwra "! He for its return to ner au 'BB" FuY CHAS. P. HALE, Crescent City, Ha. 4-17-tf. c.i.rf Rulat ons Between urewe giiainbu and Turkey Near Breaking Komi. Athons. Greece. A warning to Tur- L- or wli Irh fell little short of a formal declaration of hostilities was uttered by Premier Venizelos oi ureece ti.o chamber ot ueuuueu. peaking on the treatment oi i.ee. subjects in Turkey. The premier's attitude showed that the tension between Greece and Tur key was near the breaking point, aim that the danger of war was imminent. M. Venizelos, who obviously iounu ,iiffiPi.ltv in retraining his language u.ct Point Graduates, West Point, N. Y.-June week at the 1j t..m tooth nut and the escap- ed convict had perfect teetn. me convict also had a masneu 'he suspect was finger whole. Other wise he was a good double. The man was brought back and turned loose ,;th o sma nurse maoe up iur nun A hilinns. half-sick feeling, loss o energy, and constipated bowels car u roiiovorl with sumrising, prompt ness by using HERBINE. The first Jn hrine-s imnrovement, a few los- ..t tv,o ovatpm in fine, vigorous condition. Price 50c. Sold by Ack- erman-Stewart urug uo. 3 iM u.. -riin evnrfpd to share in the United States mil ttar, acaae u, w.- io the convicfs cap ed with the graduation of the nrsi rewara , f , the next train, class. One hundred and sevennew.te He jn gtylft ti,o nrmv received their ai- " .,! listened to a brief address I The ouUook for the orange crop in " " - Harrison this section is said to oe goou. .u.. . by Secretary ot War Garrison. 'Villiams who probably keeps as 2.30W . 3.27. fi.31A. 8.30A!. g.onu . 5 30 PM . Kau Gallia . Me bourne Sebastian Fort Pierce Jensen Stuart .. West Palm Beach... Delray .. Fort Laudordale ... Dania . . . Uallandale Miami Miami Homestead Lonl Key Key West Key WesKP.iO.Si.Co.) Havana ir .s.-o.; . ir .. L .. L .. Lv .. Li .. L .. Lv .. L . L .. Lv .. Lv .. Lv .. Lv .. lv .. Lv .. Lv . Lv .. Lv .. Lv ... Lv ... Lv ... Lv ,.. Lv ,.. Lv ... Lv .. r ... Lv ... Lv ... Lv ,. r . . 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Kenatiaville. ., Iri 1.30PM . . Lv 12.40PM .. Lvll.4UAM Lv 11. luu . Lv' 8.46AM of the local time card or other Infor mation "see the ticket agent ORANGE CITY BRANCH 203 201 Daily F.i. Sunday 202 e mJl.K..n,v,nilri 1.05PK 4.40PM 10. 30 AM Lv I,ke IL-len. Lvl2.10PM 4 . 53PM 1 1 .06 AMI At Orange tity Lv: 1 . 5; AM 5 OOPM 11. 20 AMI ArOraimeC.Je. Lvll.wlM ENTERPRISE BRANCH 204 7.30PM 6.20 PM 5.25PM 5 15PM 205 Daily F.xcept Sunday 8.(H)AMi Lv Tituiville 9.05AM! Lv Muyloan 10. 15 AM Lv Enterprise. . ....... 10.3UAM Ar Enterprise Junction. 206 1.30 PM 12.40PM U. 34 AM LvU.20Ali ohiect of the board board IS to get a substantial PUOI.C . h in, bt ejpert,d.to arrive at and depart sentiment behind the movement, and Th- TIN E TABLE :s . 3 dep.rt.re - push it tO a conclusion, SO that the hi.comp.ny to be held roponsiole lor any delay or any consequence, ar.sing tberelrom. commission may be authorised (to be change w.tnout nouce. ippointed by the governor), and that j. u. ah , he appropriation may be oDtainea ior nubliclty fund sufficiently large to give Florida the greatest advertising campaign she has ever had, and put ler in the forefront 01 Amen Ktes that have land and opportunity to offer to the capitalist and home seeker PLANS TRI-COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION Meeting of Representatives From Put- nam, Clay and St. Jonns oounue. Has Been Called. ayU3EEE0BEEE3aa33OI3Qa3QEEEOECQ8BHBOlWB0GIBO ATLANTIC COAST LINE 3 STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH Dailv Trains lo the East Palatka. The following circular has been sent to leading citizens in Put- n. Clay and St. Johns counties, asking them to attend a meeting m this city on Saturday, June iutn. "The remarkable advance being made in agriculture, horticulture and animal industry in the northern part 01 tne state of Florida has been little appre ciated by the great majority 01 our citizens. "It remained for the Putnanj county fair held in Palatka last December to demonstrate a series of remarkable surprises to the people ot this, St. Johns and Clay counties. The success of this initial Putman county fair was so great that it was desired to con tinue under a permanent organization the holding of such annual fairs in the future. "It has been suggested to this com mittee by prominent men of St. Johns and Clay counties that these two counties , together with Putnam coun ty, form a tri-county fair association, holding an annual fair in Palatka, which is the geographical center of all three counties." EBEECBBDaaa a n n a a a a Daily No. 82 Lv. Jacksonville 8.00 a.m. Ar. Savannah 12-25 p.m. Ar. Richmond &03 am. Ar. Washington oM a.m. Ar. New York 2.31 p.m. No. 86 2.20 p.m. 6.25 p.m. 10.15 a.m. 1.35 p.m. 6.50 p.m. No. 80 7.55 p.m. 12.10 a.m. 8.00 p.m. 11.50 p.m. 6.00 a.m. a 3 a a 3 3 3 a a a a a rrr No 82-Florida and West Indian Umited.-Free Steel Re- g 1NO. O, ,ii..u:.j.. Jortr ii dhtnH nnrf fans. I dining Chair Uars 10 wasnm"". ..b - No 86-Palmetto Limited -Free Steel Reclining Cha.r Cars g to Washington ; electric lighted and fans. No 80-Coast Line Florida Mail-Local sleeper to Savannah, g . . f .1,0 hlohPRt class ooerared on all trains, Atlantic h Steel ruumu.. vaio -. j 00 O Coast Line Dining Cars .operated on Trams 82 ; ,d 8b. agent f a.iu iruiiiiia ' - For information or write A. JV. FRITOT I Division Passenger Agent. 138 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. p rrrrrJar.BanagaPecEECCEfc:Kafc:EaagaagggEPB"EBBEBnPBBBE"1 Fletcher Is Rewarded. Washington. Command of the great Atlantic fleet, goal of every ; ' , t- omKltlnn la : v.; mi,P of the way in which American nava. " Tursd treated his fellow coun- to be the reward - - " trymen, said: ,'' "'"' I do not wish to auow to . me words which cannot De recaueu, Ba Player iNomina.ea but I should fail in my duty if I did Kennebunk, Maine. John W. not inform the chamber of deputies I coombs, the Philadelphia American that the situation lias become grave easne pitcher, was nominated for even very grave. If a stop is not put to state senator at the York county pro- these conditions, the Hellenic govern-. glesive convention, ment will be forced not to content it- self with joining in the lamentauons of unhappy refugees. ORLANDO DECLARES WAR ON luauiiv. HOW WOMEN I AVOID OPERATIONS W. A. MERRYDAY CO. DEALERS IN Crate Material of all Kinds, Fruit and Vegetable Wraps. - FLORIDA PALATKA Hiding Places of Summer ress 1 Be Destroyed i-anes of Attack. I Orlando. The city commissioners, .1. vtr.cnui.n.-'S and are on tne war pum n,OH"---- ----- say they must be extermiim.eu. work will be largely on u.e : of lakes, and all hyacinths and lilies j will be clearea out -"-- , M ieft side are known to harbor mosquuoes a.m tieveianu, y..." are kuuu i , , ... ,, ... . , m. afl fnr several years that 1 their removal nas aneauj fectual Commissioner Kooensuu . tirmB the initiative in the matter, and Is promised substantial aid by proper ty owners on the lawes. I : : , i By Taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. NEW CITY OFFICIALS ARE SWORN IN. Texas Bars Oil Company. a....i tov The 1'ierce Oil Cor- .1 VlrHnin was denied the pormiuu vi . r. business in tnis state w close tab on the prospects as any man in the place, said: "The crop prospects at present are pood: my crop is m fine condition and so also is that of Mr McCormick, Mr. Hale, Mr uiynn am. ... etato suureme court ' ,ipr nf others of the principle 1 lit 11 v"c a. Tk..a rrrnvps tn rnmDel F. C. state to issue them a permit T- r IT" CLondon "Tango" Necklace f K.-'L-"Evelyn Thaw" Bracelet These two beautiful pieces of pop ular jewelry are the craze among so ciety women in New York, and the largest cities. They are neat and ele u flicfcorl articles that will tram ki"vi iiia'"" . . T ir .u. nf pverv cirl Kiaoe.. u.c ' ,,d. woman, no mav.ei uu jv-a Very stvlish and attractive. uur rice " - - j inK Spearmint Chewing Gum and de sire to place a big box of this fine v,lthful irum into every (home. It sweetens the . breath whitens ...n. nA niHs Hiirestion. It is frshinn and pleasing to all To every o e sending us but 50c and 5 s amps C A Boswell Becomes the Mayor of ' Bartow Other Officers Take the Oath. o.,ri k. L. Mack, the may or of the' city of Harlow, subscribed Kn.nart mO Hll 1IJ1 BVl". -T 1 - - n,.nn..url t hnvn to undergo an opera tion, but the first bottle I took of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound relieved me of the pains in my siue and I continued its use until I became regular and free from pains. I had asked several doc- r,ra if there was anyuii.in a Colds. Cough. Weak Lunti Weak Throats. Ayer's ffl Sold for 70 years. J. C AyerCV.. A Your Doctor. i,..hi, m Love of the Forest. The only way to love the forest Is to stay in it until you have learned Its pathless travel, urowtb and inhabitants as you know the delds. You must be gin at the gate and find your way slow iy. else yon will not hear the great se pref and see the compelling vision. There are trees you never before nave seen flowers and vines tne Dotamsis full to mention and such music as your nrs cannot hear elsewhere. Gene Stratton Porter. the re- . . . . .,., ..mnrlamiis Woiihn.its. These g denied tlieir peiuu... iu. - B : v. i,r " :'.i; t r-nmnel F. C. Welnert. secretary 01 wi,i have a ery , -"rii T costs we will ship opinion is that the output from this : of the Spearmint Gum and include 1 u inriiiiiff w nipr w 1 uc 'v 1 1 hp p ui r i i. pi.ni. v ... - . - v nwklace growers Malaria or Chills & Fever FWe o? .ix do.e. will break any case and if taken then a. . tonic the F"","11,"0' ih 1 ver better than CaUm'cl and doct not gripe or ticket.. 25c Rt the prospects, cent greater , ::;. , ,, '. '""r. iw..l..t..lv free. rs will nave ngni ki"v- - , ina inn" '" V . .; "Evelvn am mtormeii ." " - ; ; . . ; V". " Vu.. V to one nartv Hip elate is snori anu .uwi " ;" 1 .ot more - - onts will agfrretrate much less than ; Pealers not allowed to accept this, r 'o Von Crescent City, however.! rvITFn SALES COMPANY . , -.r. .-rtt-i In pnnin Hill - -v r mi as a whole mi " -- i,....,,- nh 10 r. u. uua.v. and .lv is for a short time only .., tu .1.0 oath, and then bins v. 11 men . Gibson as city tax collector and G. O. Denham as city clerK Hhh another new.y c.uv..ru VI Va. aaw j 1 a. ajaa w - --r o to the oath of office as propounded , he)p me and y, said there by City Attorney C. A. Boswell. At-, nothing that they knew of. I am ter the mayor had taken the oatn, kful for such a good medicine and . -J 1 f nhilrla US COUn-, ... . !..;il L: J...) nniu " t . v. 'rate ai.u j. TO, niwavs Eive it uic uiKin-nv " ... 1 .Un., TTIIlU I J a Mra. C. H. GRIFFITH, IOUO aiauiauu Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. Hinnver. Pa. "I suffered from fe 1., t..,l.ls onrl tVi nnins were so bad councilman, had arrived in the mean-1 Bt timeB I could not sit down. The time and tne oau. F.-r . doctor advised a severe operation dui to him. J. D. Clark as councilman and , husb8nd t me Lydia E. pinkham's L. W. Bates as assessor, were ..uv Vt table Compound and I experienced ent, but were sworn in later. 1 ne t reUe m g ghort time Now j feei newly elected mayor nas n.aue ..u a ngw peraon and can ao a hard pointments as yet, hut will probably wQrk not mind it- T,at joy do so at tne Jiuy A Deduction. Maude-How old is inure: May At least twenty-five. .Maud. How do you know? May-I heard tier say that no girl ouclit to marry tietore she was twenty-six. Cleveland Leader. He that rises again quickly and con tinues the race is as if he had never fallen.-Mn""" German Airship Wrecked or.,! Vinnninpss it is to be well once more. I am always ready and willing to speak a good word ior me tuuiim. Knew Ha Wat Safe. Von seem to be going home In a very cheerful manner for h man who Uss been out "II night. "Ye You see, my wife Is an ama teur elocutionist, and she's saving Her voice for an entertainment tomorrow night" Cleveland Plain Dealer Silent Service. "Don't you like silent service in the bouse?" "Pure. That's one reason we put in a dumb walter."-BalUmore American. Dayton, Ohio If you have the itch, don't scratch. It does not cure the trouble and makes the skin bleed. Apply BAL- ARD S SNOW U.M.uc.M. ivuo in gently on the artected pans. 11 .Uovoa itrhinrr instantly and a lew rmllrMitinns removes the cause thus emergency .allium jurnnvTiass. iiiur u-n. - i- ; 1 ; ------r. - . i,ttlo ,".., 2 riL-ht ancles behind the rear tld ' u(, al,swered by a woman and , 2oc, oOc and $1.00 per bottle. Bondola. A lieutenant was Injured, held in strict conlldenee. .. in(l,ni . 0 , ti r I Piedenholen. uern.au. ..."- ; Ada WiLT, VM btocK SU, iiai.uver, 1 . the Zeppelin airships 01 me uir.n... mmnliratlons jnn it ..... 1 iw bad v w recked I ... -. 1 . arin, - - - . 1 do not nniiersinnn tii.iu " i ", i i,r wiiil." trving to effect an ..;:. r. rnmliilential) n i by Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co. Sold FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS By Being Constantly Supplied With Thedford'f Black-Draught. McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several years," says Mrs. J. B. Whiitaker, oj this place, "with sick headache, and stomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to trj Thedford's Black-Draught, which 1 did, and 1 found it to be the best family medi cine for young and old. I keep Black-Draught on hand all th time now, and when my children feel a little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it does them more good than any medicine they ever tried. We never have a long spell of sick ness in our family, since we commenced using Black-Draught." Thedford's Black-Draught is purely vegetable, and has been found to regu late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, headache, sick stomach, and similai symptoms. It has been in constant use for more than 70 years, and has benefited more than a million people. Your druficist sells and recommends Black-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a Package to-dav. N. C ia