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RUSSIAN BATTLESHIPS ARE ROUTED
BY THE GERMANS IN NAVAL BATTLE : -
German Troops Invading France Were 800 SERBS KILLED IN BATTLE
Repulsed With Heavy Losses,
According To Reports.
ENGLAND PREPARES FOR WAR
Prohis Will Co.-fol the Legislature
lM!!.-.T"t. will cell
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FRIDAY, 'AUGUST 7, 1914
THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA. FLA. -
in m iDiiwisfJ THfinPS GOVERHOR ASKS
IIIIIUUIIlll wv I
DESTROY BRIDGE FOR LOWER TAX
LOSS ON AUSTRIAN SIDE IS ESTI
MATED AT 303 SERVIANS
DEFEATED AT FOTCHA.
Ruler of Great Britain P'orai
-vent In European War Situation.
Se-vlan Capital Taken After Heavy
Bombardment -Rassa Issues
German Cruiser Bombards Libau Aus- : C a ! ( to Colors.
trla Neglects Servia Preparing
For Russian Attack.
Louder,. Fnc'and Vr.eonrirmed re-1
tvr: reached here trctt terua u..
Stockh. :dtli.-A Vatt,- -as ; ,,t,,rillJlwlJ,teJ1,yltr:
oucht I'ftwcoti t'.e o'nr.an :.na K.. . .
an floot. o t!:o A'.ar.d iSUv..h. and A-:r:.n at WtcV.a. Sr. I'osn.a. .ivmp
resulted in tho Kv.ss'.ar. Kins dr.vf.: 5 r.u-a. while t.ie Austrian e.iaa.!!e. ;
back The Russian war vessels teek iu:l-ered Kote.ia is tar i.:.u. t
refuse in the culf of Kinlar.d. iiere t:.e boundaries of Hosuia and tr.as on;
thev remain. The Aland islands are Austrian territory. Another uueonnrni
in the suit of tVthr.ta. They have be- ed r-. f.'rt says the Austrian troops at
lonted'to Russia since -.y.-V. ueu tacked the Mev.tenegrtr.s en Mount:
they were takt n iron; Sweden. I.cvehen.
German Forces lnace France. j Austrian T'ocps Advance.
Father of 1, at ", Elopes With Girl
, of 18.
' Martin 11. Hall. TO years old. the
father of nineteen elit'dr n. and Mrs.
j Cora Fanst!'". were marri-.! in t'larks-
villo. Telin.. after li.nu:; v.l irom
Lyon comity. Kentucky. Miss Fauyhi)
from her parents and Hall from his
children. 1 Hiring the ceremony tht
bride supported the bridegroom. Ht
walks with the aid of a heavy cane
Hall, tremblini: from infirmities and
weak from fear of pursuit by his chil
dren, frequently urced .Indite Far
rell to make haste with the ceremony
Hall is Well -to do.
In a Number of Counties Wants Bur.
dens of People Made Light
WILL CE NO STRIKE.
1 ' jk'" : Railroads Accept Wilson's Plan I
f ,V : ' .Mediation.
' :' $ ftf fJZ After a fence, with IVesi.U
n.. a d
Nish. crvia. The invadius Aus
:r;an troops advanced sotue tw,-r.ty
:r.i to the southward ot l.c:ao.e
.i-d an artillery dud was in prepress
French tern- uar Ki-r.icy and Ser.ier.aria.
on or. ct Vans. Athens. The Servian legation
crossed the has received the follow ins te.estratn
.he vihace of :ro:n Nish:
nd Strassburs. Purine the nisiht lVl?rade w as botn-
detaelitv.er.t. larded Shells fe.l in various o.uar-
iutii intautry. :ers of the town, causiu?: itrtat etatn-
hy of Luxetu- ase. Several tell c:t t'r.e Krar.CeSe r-
ory between F-el- viar. and the Ar.dreviteV. lauKS. .M.
and continued its Andre vitch of the haukinc rlrn; was
uh. fortihed town wounded. IVth banks have leased a
.eh fro-.u Brussels yre'tesl at the Gertuar. leiaticu.
reason to believe "An artillery duel is f'Aei J'.:s at
in tne day entered Vicuu:t;a. at out thre e and a half miles
' lew.-, the river from Belgrade"
i v-.:-:. iti4'ri:i A ehsratch to a
rcur urea. en ..a.. -
IV;- ait powers of Kurope. Aus- V;. una pape r say, three o; the- Danube
-M-i:t-i?rv Russia. France and Oer- tiotiitors leai; sr.ei.ir.g ecsraue utter
raa"nv; are en.ased in actual warfare, the trtdce .uross tue ave nad -eel;
.. ... ,. v, Oestroveu lv t..e Servians, l ..e s. ...?
becan the inasi.'
so far as is ku.'
war l::ii:;s been
de tach.tn-. u.ts eu.'.e
lory. r.;oiuc in ;
One German :
Cirey. be twee;; N
and another G
probably the T.
invaded the elra:
burs, neutral t
Stum and Genua:
march on the V
ct l.ouswy. A di
s.ud there w as s
that this force la:
ir..i luf.-r.- ' :
Lane. Thry ; .
tt ii.statiM. but were not;
;. w,.i.;'.d get full pay f. t
a w ,. . w . re e -u.;i..;..
ei..y w t r
all Ust T-ifif. a:id that the warrant
sw.rn ,.u ajtair.st them would be
Wi'.....t. tl... e-iih u-nl li:a Uers 1111-
" ! nouneed !'. .t they had :. pted t'.it
l.'ian t'f no li- t! 11 mid l"wn oy
the board uinliaiiou and concilia
tion in '!:- nil.
The r."l : M'l men w. re in confer
elice v;.l ie pn hb :.t f"V ! " thai
tell miuut. and evi" " t'a y nieraei
from the .xe.-'itive . balui-V. a brie.
.iMuiina e ;u. nt w-! i lade that the.-
-,-!?.--. had a-ivc,i to tl:e pan m nil par
. . i .! .., ... I .1 .. .. O 1 1... I,.
r. :.-;-. ..i-'Ve't! tl.at ex-! uctoars aiia mai nun- -
.1 '. V. F.eckham. I'etno- , strike.
r n'i'i, i:... ,
a: i r.urti.n Vance, of Loui-: Governor Riscces Youth From Ocean
; ..'.v.'. w re lu'iuiutteii fm i;,ivtr;:nr ;..'.dl-"ri.iih saved tht
t-1 tu in She liolt'd State t,f n:in v I.cine. it jtouuk luai
j rlmaries. The noati-; i;a;t;uii.re. who. "while bathiiu
1. -1.-;: t. mi ware S.-iuii.u Vi i nivcd .e.it t"0 far. I.evine wa
h.u. ': a. 1'. m.tia. : William knock. ! cU'wn by a big breaker am
K.i-il'lican. and !,,..!..! f,.r help. The governor. t
l'l'i'.-n s.;-, e. . takir.c a wiot. went to the re
Si . i l
nti,r ivmi Bridge Connecting Rus- Appeals To The County Boards In The
eia 9nrl l.tctr a S BiDWn UD -u'c "'V" ""'""
i,a Him n..
THE ONLY RAY OF HOPE
For Peace in Europe Is That u.p.-
matic Relations Have Not Been
. vrHanci -There are only
two factors giving the faintest hope
of averting a general buropean a..
firstRussia and Austria are en
gaged in direct negotiations.
Second Both Ureal tsrna.u
France are using their utmost endeav
ors in favor of peace.
On the other hand. Russia .aU urging that, in order that rho Lur-
ripriri a eeneral mobilization and Ger-
derea a general m o taxatlon may be made aIlij
:.-. , .A,-tr mobilization. l"tu," " " .
U 11 UUCB UUl vv..',
r. .. :
hired war a.
e Oe .. .
each other, as far as is known here
and have not ever, severed e.:p.o:ua".;'
relations. This is despite tne tact t:.a
German's ultimatum to France, eithe
has been ignored or rejected.
Want tc Eade Respcns.b I ty.
The explanation of this weuhi ap
pear to be thai ii or .'.;..;: ar.o franc
are eac; seeK'.-c to t..row u; e :. ...
ether the on.;, e". 1 :un;us a
that may plunse all Ku:;e into l.:c:
shed. In fa.t. whue tne u..t.. :.- .
Furope are rlymc at eaeh . '
vec ;:; th.e exposed part cl
.i-.uasiug the king's palace,
.it ten walls, the 1 arracks
For the stomach and bowel o.:s"r
uers of rabies MeGEE'S BABY ELIX
IR is a remedy of genuine men;. It
acti OiUic'k'.y. i's pure, wholesome and
a'.easaut to" take. Friee -oe and oPe
ie- bottle. Sold bv Ackermar.-Stew-Prue
Falls 1.000 Feet to Death.
t- r :. v. : ni vix w. el:
hi: c fr. ni cii'y h-vv,--.
':; of 1 ,' r.ii!v valley
haw. a y.".i; - phectocrapher
... Fra'.. :-... f .'. from the cm r
cue and brought the bather to shore
U.-.U- in f'nr. Isnrain.
A srirain mav be cured in about or.e-
third the time reciuired by the usual
treatment by applying- Chamber-
k ,r .,:a,ier Feint to his lams Liniment ana ooservir.fr me u,-
i ... ... t..,i..,. ra.-tinr.s with each bottle. For sa.e
by all dealers.
.rug th.e r:'.t
iau town of
v.; tiCtWee-.. t
in and Uelsra
War Map Showing AustriaHungary, Servia, Greece,
Bosnia, Herzegovina and the New Balkan Boundaries
tr in rrete st:n
tain ye '
R.ss an Fc
sic n of Gern.a
es Erte- Ge 3"
v d from
Tallahassee, Fla. Gov. Park Tram
mell wrote to tiie county commi. -loners
and the members of the county
school board of every county in Flor
ida calling attention to the fact that
tax assessment values have been in
creased in a number of the counties.
France Prepares for War.
I age levied by the county boards.
France has not mobilized, out cao- t0 the members of the
iuet council, which s J. C0Unt boards is as follows:
niPhT iasiiPd decrees estaDUsinng a; .An rnnn rv,.vw
moratorium and taking otaer action. ..Tl.ii,h!.RSee. July 25. lt14.
hieii could only be determined upon
the eve of war. Vnofrlcially the: -; the fact that more or
French army is being virtual.? mob- . hag been made in th(,
ilized. ..! 00LinoTif values in a larL't-
. .1,,1,1. a VPt un- I vol"' . .
A CHCULilSLaiiViai, aiuut." .--
the frontier .
patiied by st
are riding m
Rjss a-s a-c o; a-s C as".
-cscec.s G cc"-y fc Feac!
Ge- a-s Rec s;:
-c:-p-ss a- Via-
P xxv -J yLmTi
(T Warsaw -' !
GV XtsT V"n
s v . w ?
r . m J - ft v Gal:
V- .-N. vi.".- v- Vi , - I - era.
. . . 1 A I . . .
-,fi!-me,i rpnnrt miblished in Rome
Gern-.anv is about to aemanu
:,'n both Russia and France the im
mediate cessation of mobilization. Yet
mother rumor is that the German am-
oassador has notiried the French gov
ernment of his early departure.
England Mobilizes Army.
Great Britain is practically, though
not ofriciaiiy. mobilized, and the
smaller European states, Belgium,
Holland and Sw itzerland, as a precau
tion, have ordered the mobilization
of their armies to protect their territory-
from being used as a highway for
the belligerents and Norway, Sweden
and Denmark to guard themselves cn
Italy makes no announcement, and
although a rumor credits her with the
iecision not to participate in the strug
gle, there is little doubt that she is
making ready f r mobilization.
News of the Fignt ng Suppressed.
-u-ior. across Europe has
been eat off and there is universal ap- i
plieatien of the censorship, with the!
result that it is impossible to obtain j
any accurate knowledge cf what mil- j
itary operations are going on in Se-r j
via. All code telezraras are refused. ;
Mar.v American travelers have been
held up by the suspension cf interna- ;
Several encounters between Austri- ;
Dumber of the counties of the state
for this year's assessment, I write to
u.ge tiiat as far as can possiVy i
done your board reduce the tax mill
age in your county in proportion to
the raise in tax valuations. While I
believe in progress and development.
I am equally as strong in my opinion
that every reasonable precaution and
effort should be exerted to make an
keep the burden of taxation as light
"In every county where there ha--
been any substantial raise in a s-
n.enL valuations. I think the board i
county commissioners and the ecu:.;;,
school board should make a corr- -
ponding substantial reduction in the
mi'lage tax levy.
"Yours very truly.
"PARK TRAM M ELL, Governor."
LABORATORY WILL EE
ERECTED BY THE STATS
Florida Health Board Will Erect Lab
oratory at Pensaooia City
Fensacola. The state board o!
health will erect a laboratory in Fen
sacola. to cost not less than $-0.""".
on a site furnished free of cost ! y
the citv. Bids fur this laboratory
building will be opened in Jackson
rineiF M-alli.rv Kpnr.P-iv
4.iC 1IIU l'U. w. ... -. .
and Servian trenps resu.ted m th ; member 0f the state board
Servians successfully resisting the m- , .frft he,e t0 be pre$ent at the op
vaders" advance. j ir cf $ai(j bids. The building will
Germany Se.zes Steamships. j 00clv the site on which now stau h-
Tr.e great German liners. Imperator
and Vaterlar.d. were taken ff the
lately vacated stand pipe of
a,.- , ,;T.-.orl.-s rtenartment. this
! trans-t. antic service. rcT1..lV,j whpn n ne-.v reserv
Wild patriotic enthusiasm prevails - whk.h ',.as just" be,.n completed,
in St. Petersburg. ; have be,,n fuund satisfactory.
Yienna has been kept in ignorance i
of events at the fre r.t and Germany
has imposed a rigid censorship or.
dispatches, which are greatly delayed.
Crown Prince Frederick of Germa- Father Kennedy Busy securing Loca
the first division of the Imperial
Guards army corps.
Russ;ars Blow Up Bridge.
PLANS PROGRESSING FINE
FOR CATHOLIC HOSPITAL
tion for the Sisters of
- r - a -- r eutaoe.a. . ai..er. . i. ....... ...
ation of the report- Sacred Heart church, who U,
ed blowing up by Russian troops of len working energetically to secure
the railroad bridge between Grauica. ,w0 ',.Sii,.r, nf the fine hospital t. :
oad from Warsaw
to Vienna, was received in Berlin.
zozakeva. in us.r(i t,y the Sisters of Charity.
. turned fr
Emu.etsburg. Md . w.
en summoned to w ir
naf.c c:spate..es .rem Beroln tvf opening of the bids. A
Germarj etir.icn is that a i.i,..
gen?ra: i-uropean war seems certain
- e. .
the British ca:
Rss an Council in Sess cn.
sided over a fu
attende-i by the chief
sia gave an
. . .
were opened it was f una
cculd not be accepted without alt--a
lion, and it was decided to ask for .- .-
ditional bids unless at '.eat ha : x
dozen bidders changed their ft-' :'- -
to provide for a brick and stone : : '
ine instead of an all-stone struct .:
sutse-uently pre- Fa.;.tr Kennedy had just reach-.ii-
city on his return tr.p w uen ..e .
ceived a telegram announcing th
(eptar.ee of the lid c f a local b; f .-'
e r.eoe-ary excavating. . :
'curdatious and footings te-r :.
tru.ture. in acocretar.ee
which had been submitted it
: imperial proclamation calling all
army reservists ir. St. Petersburg
ie colors w as p.acaried.
Ho'iard Vakes Preca-abcrs.
-Queen Wbh-lmina cf
.5 . J
x . V-'"'" "vvsG-
on cf th
IN WATER WAY TRANSIT
L'. S. Mere. Vatte-s F rm.
'ash;rgt cm F: - s-.dent Wilscc 3i
Ea-ge Line May Be Installed Betwee?
Var.etis Pc-.s cn the Gu f
reassure the c . u n t rv
.-r . e
tO Cc m-
ency law can b-e:.
-etary M;Ai::. ei
the clesinc of s-
sue cf emergency
the treasury e-
e-Kscuvt.e ror tr.e purpose v.
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r.straf.ne t.ie possib:.,t-s
ling freight traffic between th
us ports of the g"Jlf coast, e.-.st
of New- Orleans, and ports en the At
lantic coast side cf the Florida p-n:n-aula
a? far north as Jacksonville, a
barge line will start from New O'
leans on September 15 to touch at a :
I.r.s t-. twee a the Crescent City a::
Talking Acout Life.
He had lived in the city cn!y a
h t Ic.o.ng :' r short time and as caving a ta-i
.1 es.se the rain, with a young woman one evening
cr. BALLArU1 ? - Was there much life in the ccur
it: -cr.'t :.e i.i.k- trv town from which ycu carneT" sne
-Well. I guess!" he exclaimed,
A.-.e- -s.eAi.:; tte gatherings ;n cur cemetery cf a
Sunday "Harper s MatSJioe.
a st : -.- -.
FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE
It-.h-.-jira; htJ or
V. tO. d
: v '
A - S r
1 s i.sl '..-w
r.the-i -.- ,r
c: i ,.f :r-.t - -uti .' tie i.h-
r- i-.t:-. pi-r -i Ti.-r r. is trr.trt-d
-srs fr.-:.. h.. .-i-a z. :r st- -re '. B-c Tt iw a.ird.-m W pr-0-:i;44-
-t I ke tr.-e t orvii p:ai-a. exier.'i si-:-twi.rJ frwa Jt5teafcfTt c tie Adrjde
.br t; f ts the eB.arrel C.re-. i sri.:
Scrubs Fatten Quickly
i rj w3-t T-r- p!;s , est u j-.j-j, poss.rv.jf
when y ju i-tz tit- G.ve ihea a great variety
ct ittl. itt- the sr-ie-ate keen aaJ fee digestion in
Xci order, ari j:u will ctuia the desired result:
e;cx: ii yea rmi ;ih the pain raSca a dose oi
WTts the .ptite-Eclps dlestlca.
I ret ce cre?
'i'-.ct. tni ta.t itW
U STvVii MEDICINE
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