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THE PALATKA NEWS PALATKA. La. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 73, 1911 , r, i v is GREATEST LIVE STOCK SHOW IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD rANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915 iy 1 1 6 & I 1 fi Advertising Copyright. 1914. by Panama Paclflc International Exposition Company. The greatest and most comprehensive live stock show in the history of the world will be staged at the vast Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Entries of valuable and rare breeds of live stock will be shown from every country in the world, including France, England, Belgium and other countries in the European war zone More than one-half million dollars is offered in prizes and purses for winning live stock. This photograph shows the vast live stock barns, covering more than forty acres, with the great judging amphitheater in the center. The DLIIL.& D11UW Mill ltLML I II rl 111 v n fill T FHH TIOTinn rT tna ovnACitinn T7'l an a n . "m f curuary iu w uecemDer 4, lyib Japanese Officers Highly Praise Bravery of Germans The Defenders of the Forts of Tsins-Tau, Under Orders From the Kaiser rousui iciiaciousiy 10 me Last Kusslans Have Cleared the Way to Germany and Established An Immense Army In East Prussia. German Ships Destroyed Tokio, Japan. After desperate as saults, in which the Japanese, in the face of heroic resistance, rivaled the bravery of their forces at Port Ar thur, Tsing-Tau surrendered, Gov. Mey-er-Waldeck, after the hoisting of white flags on the forts, sent an officer with a flag of truce to the Anglo-Japanese lines. The Japanese and German officers opened a conference at Moltke bar racks when the formalities of capitu lation were concluded. The Japanese officers highly praise the bravery of the Germans, who fought tenaciously to the last. Un official reports are that the Germans blew up what was left of their forts before surrendering and practically the whole town is in ruins. A Japanese torpedo boat flotilla that entered the bay found that nearly all the ships had been destroyed. Austrians Cut Off From Germans Rome. A Tribuna dispatch from Pe trograd says: "The ltussians have cut off the Aus trian army from the Germans. The Austrians were encircled on their' left flank and were forced to retreat, but the Russians occupied all the ways of retreat toward Cracow and thus the entire Austrian army was pushed to ward the Carpathian mountains, against which they are closely pressed. The Austrians' condition is desper ate, as their only line of retreat , lies across the Carpathians, which, at this time of the year, are almost impassa ble to a million and a half of men with provisions and munition trains and artillery. "Petrograd is rejoicing over the present decisive victory. Great dem onstrations have been held, and in all the churches services to celebrate the event have taken place. "Emperor Nicholas remained at the front." Russians Force German Retreat Petrograd. The Russian general staff has issued the following: On the Last Prussian front the Rus sian troops are developing with suc cess ai: ( lYensivp in thp pppinn nf tim forest cf Uuiiiinten and I.vnk (fast "The German rear guard was dis lodged by us from Mlawa on November 4, suffering great losses. "Beyond the Vistula the enemy con tinues to fall back. A German col umn passed through Czenstochowa, Russian Poland, moving west. "Minor engagements have occurred near Warta and on the road from Andrejew to Mechow near Merzava. in Gallcia the Austrians in their retreat left behind them many soldiers ill with cholera at Jaroslau. PrzevnraW and villages on the San." Costs Money But it is designed to make money. It is no place for jokes and witticisms; no place for the fellow who tries to be "funny." The wise advertiser will avoid humorous efforts. They won't sell goods. 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Tylek, 23 West Clopton ist, South lliclimond, Va. Pains in Side. Could Hardlv Stand. Lorn, AVis. "I was in a bad condition, suffering from a female ouble, and I had such pains in my sides I could hardly move. Ue- r f.L-.,T, thn ,,-,. I,. ,.f .... l..xll.. ,.f T V IK. .1.1 - . f etable Compound I felt lietter, and now I am well and can do a good day's work. I tell everybody what vour medicine has done for hip jlrs. .Ioiix Thompson, IjiiH, Wisconsin. For 30 years Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound lias been the standard remedy for fe male ills. No one sick w ith womau's ailments does justice to lierself if she does not try this fa mous medicine made from roots and herbs, it baa restored so many sufferingwomentohealth. FlP-iWriteto I.TDIA E.PIMiHAM MEDICIXECO. IPtf '0rIIENTIAL) iVXN, MASS., tor advice. Tour letter will lie oiencd, read and answered . by a woman and held in strict eonlidence. Russians Advance Into Germany London. Except for the fall of Tslne. Tau, the most significant reDort from any of the battle fronts and the most welcome to the allies is that the Rus sians, besides drivine the Austrians back in Gallcia. have reachurt thn War. the river in Russian Poland, and have established themselves on the East Prussian frontier. A Berlin official reDort savs mn Russian cavalry crossed the Warthe, dui were driven back. To this the Russian report adds that the town of Warta, on the Warthe rivpr. in Pn. land, has been occupied and that a uussian column has nroeeeded west ward through Czenstochowa, near the aiitsian frontier. The Russians, too, are responsible tor the leport that they have defeated me uermuns near .Mlawa, in Poland, just across the East Prussian boun dary and at Lyck in East Prussia. Military observers here sav the Russians have followed the retiring Oe mans at a much faster pace than was anticipated and that if they are in force they may prevent the Ger mans from taking up their new posi tions on the Warthe and compel them to fall back to the Silesian border. Despite all this, reports persist that the Germans are sending westward large numbers of their troops who have been fighting in Poland to nnnnup the allies in France and Belgium. That they would do this with eno mous Russian forces threatening their own and richest territory military men here say seems highly improbable unless the Germans are satisfied a small force can prevent the Russians enter ing Silesia and East Prussia. Allies Fighting Around Ypres In the west the ding-dong fighting continues. The Belgians, who hnlrt the lines along the coast, are being given a comparative rest, after their three months of almost continuous fighting. The Germans still are con centrating around Ypres, where they are trying to hack their way through the Anglo-French troops to the coast. Both sides claim to have made prog ress here, the Anglo-French forces southeast of the town and the Ger mans southwest. Correspondents in the rear of the armies say the fight ing has not appreciably lessened and that both sides are using tremendous weight of artillery in an endeavor to clear the ground for an Infantry ad vance. Both armies are being reinforced. It seems to be realized that the Germans cannot proceed fa'ther west hprnnco of the co-operation of the warships wnn me land forces and that a route either here or farther south must be found If the Germans are to attain their ambition of reaching the French coast. - NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Gainesville 'Mi- i u u0ct?b 31, IM4 Notice la hnrernj o-i, .l '. . Williamson of JohnsV Florida l?h stead WNSr'oraTe: for"! i2me; SW and SWK f0 SE 1-4 V"2fif 15, Township U South, Range 23 fc Tallahassee Meridian, has filed nott ' of intention to make Five-year to establish claim to the land n)T ' described, before Clerk of ' rl v! Court at Palatka, Florida, c thh day of December, 1914. atl Claimant names as witnesses J. C. Vause of Johnson, Florida. C. M. Livingston of Johnson, Fla Williams Henderson of Hawt-Jnl Florida, R. F. D. No. 3 "at"fne1 Edward Henderson of Hawtlinm, Florida, R. F. D. No. 3 nawthrne, HENRY S. CHUBB, Register. In the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial Florida. county, A i f . Stringfellow, Padgett & Co., a corna ration, etn.. Plaintiff ' corPa- , , vs. D. J. Lawlor, Defendant Assumpset Damages $500 00 Notice of Institution of Suit. To D. J. Lawlor, defendant, and all other persons interested Notice is hereby given ihat on the 31st dav nf Jnlv A n io .. '.B assumpsit by levy df attachment was Ka'int against D J Lawlor, defendant, a non-resident of the stofa m and all other nANAna i-. . . . . : v . v '"teres ten. wherein said plaintiff sues the defend i a, i a ' t"wior l0T sum of the said D. J. Lawlor defendant and all other nergnna inta,a.t.j i , vs.ca:u, ue ana they are hereby required to appear before the Judge of our Circuit Court for Putnam County Florida, at the Court House in Palatka on the FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, A. D. 1915, the same being the Rule day in said month and then and there answer said plaintiff in the aforesaid suit, otherwise judgment by default will be entered against you. It is further ordered that this no tice be published, once a week for two months, in The Palatini Mm. paper published in Putnam' I ounty, WITNESS tJi h.J r u Hutchinson, the Clerk of our said Circuit Court, and also the seal of our Court, this 5th day of October, A. T). General Berhardi Had Secret Mission incognito Visit to United State-3 Reported. General Frederic von Bernhardt, one of the leading advorates of mill ta rism iu Germany, whose books have urged the ueeessity of wui in older that Germany may extend her terri tory, has beeu recently placed in ac tive service again, fie is now In command of the home units of the Fifth aruit corps. For several years he has been on the retired list. An interesting story concerning dim has lately come to light, and that is that he paid a secret visit to the Dnit- ed States Inst April Veiling his Ideu tlty under the greatest secrecy. It I said be met and conferred with promi nent German Americans Although the noted militarist, wbos oooks -uermany and the Next War and "How Germany Makes War" pre dicted the preueut conflict now raging In Europe, escaped public recognition while traveling In this countrv. It la believed that the Journey was viewed 1th Interest by the secret aeents of European nations. General vou ItiTnhiucIl in m unions figure In the .military world A vision ary and dreamer, his writings on ivai are the frankest iittfi-niiivM ever mailc oil IlliliT.-l r sllhlei ts In I'.lll he us tulilslieil the w orld h pri ilietiuu the ileielll enliMl I ill, nitliilhittiH l n i'i. -!. fiiliiii mill in,. il tie i,rUtni!M .it llelgilllll ii I. Hi- IN it Hie l lilteit . l! ::l .nil eV le of ill-Ill I. ' .t-.J , I .r,MJ i"l ii fj-'teil i!i. ii unless tills -1 il urim -niil lifcauit . . il .ni'il rue its lietflei t ' 1 1 ii Makes War' was .eilnl llel III Enu'lish ' u.ieii Miii iiefore the preti ii .ii!:titii a prophecy of hi- sin li ns have since i mm I & y OENKRAL FREDERIC VON HEIINHAHIll TO M.'..-.t CITIES HATPR00F. harbor to binding refrulntioiis intended to prevent rats from landing from boats doclced nt the wharves. It Is planned th: t ships shall lie eleht feet from the vharves. have all hawsers fitted with nit giinrds and "have a guard nt the jranuplnnks whenever they nre low . red." There is a screw loose in the eter nal fitness of things when a man who wears a wiir has to shave ev ery morning. AN ORDINANCE. To Provide for the LEVY of Citv Taxes, for the City of Palatka, for the year 1914, and to fix the same. RE IT ORTlATMinn ho ih. M., and City Council of the City of Pa latka, Florida: Section 1. That for the purpose of securing an equal and uniform rate of taxation, and to pay the appropria tion for the current expenses of said City, and for paying the expense of t hfl FirA Dpnurtmant nii nll.A J partments of said City, there shall be levied upon the real and personal property in said City, a Tax of Twen ty (20) mills upon the Dollar. Section 2. That said Levy shall be distributed as follows: General Revenue FnnH Twolv M91 Mills. Paving Fund One (1) Mill. Fire Protection Three (3) Mills. Sinking Fund Four (4) Mills. PaSKpH in nnon Pm.nml ikA 90fli day of October, A. D. 1914. . r . i . - -. . . taeaij J. n. XUbVUKTUN JK. President City Council. Attest: W. A. WILLIAMS JR., City Clerk. Approved this 22nd dav of Octoher. A. D. 1914. S. J. KENNERLY, Mayor. T Pprttfv thai tV,a n Km.a i n - - J w.MW U1G CtkVTC 19 O tUUCI.ll copy of Levy Ordinance passed Octo- Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge. Notice is herebv i ui uay oi may, a. u. lyio, or as soon thereafter as I can be heard, I shall make a final settlement of my accuuius as Aomimstrator of the es- (c..u mfmpv HitTrHTVcrTv fate of Silas Smith, deceased, and pre- ( ' HENRY HUTCHINSON, sent my accounts and vouchers to the p tin, i u- ' t ! Court of the rn,,nt T, r..4. . .. H y Hutchinson Jr., D. C. n ... r- " . . i' i i-.ainoun c Lainoun. ber 20th. 1914. W. A. WILLIAMS JR., City Clerk. Hal Ml I I Important. Bear in mind that Chamberlain's t '' wi.ij . 1 1 u i. niu uui improve thA finnpt.itA and cfronirtHpn the digestion. For sale by all dealers. Panama NUthoda Cxp.rimanted With In New Orlena. Conveinjoii of Insanitary illstrlcts Into henllhfiil ones and Hie prnMllnn of tlie entire elty at-niiist rats Is contemplated In the plans made tiy the health au thorlties of New Orleans for pertna nently staniiliiK out the causes of hu honle plague The methods propuseil nre similar in cenain reKiwtM to thosn followed by (he federal Kvei iiinetit at the Panama eanal. while their eiecii tiou Is as mueh mi eimineerinK proh lem ns It is.a medical one. Popular Me chimlm Macaisine In an illustrated arti cle says: "OrdinanceH designed to handle the situation provide that all buildings which rest upon the ground shall have concrete floors anil every structure shall be proofed against rats. Other ordinances abolish henhouses within the city limits, excepting when they nre thoroughly rat proofed: make strin gent rulings concerning the disposal of garbage : ' -objects shl::eleg In the J ill i ULIIUIII County, Florida, for approval and fi- iiui uiscaarge. CHARLES C. SMITH, As Administrator, aforesaid A. D., 1914. This 31st day of Oct lm-6m. Notlrv of Application for Tai Drrd Inder Srpllon N of ( hnptrr 4KHH, ..--.. Lawa of Florida. NOTICE la hereey given that ti",r G- s'"'k'',, Piiri-hBstT of Tan Oer. D iS Sa-!i' dat'd t,,e lst d.v ot July A. hflfl fttA aM Aal An-. I !.. "'"" iiiicRiion ror tax aeed o ij " ""'uance wun law. Said .cert lflcate embraces the follow- Putnam county. Florida, to-wlt: pjj: "."'"nNw-,'or- Block 4I- Bonk C, Pit us, Creaeent tv. The RnM lan k.ln. - . . date of Isauance of such certificate In the name of W. M. Smith. Unleaa aaid certificate shall h rp depmed according; to law. tax deed will A!"um"on tl,e 7th dBV of I)w,,mbr Wltneaa my official alg-nature and m". y of Nveml.er A. 1). p?Lii .. "ENR' HUTCHINSON Clerk Circuit Court. Putnam Co.. Fla. By H. Hutchinson. Jr.. D C Attornevs for Plaintiff NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. Department of the Interior. S. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. October 17, 1914. Notice is hereby given that Benja min H. B. Pruitte, of Harlem, Florida, who. on Fehrimrv S3 1P.11 nuiia Homestead Entry, No. 07992. for NWfc of NWK, Section 15, Township R Smith. Rano-A 9R Vavt Tullahocci. Meridian, has filed notice of intention til mnlra TKrui.vaiii. l',,. f ln ADfaVi- lish claim to the land above described before Clerk of Circuit Court, at Pa latka, Florida, on the 3rd day of De cember, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: L. Bohannon, of Harlem, Florida. J. G. Minton, of Harlem,' Florida. ' Ivan Bohannon, of Harlem, Florida W. J. McRae, of Harlem, Florida." HENRY S. CHUBB, Register. Notice of Appllralloa) for Tii li..d tailer Sertl,,. H ,t kapter 4shn7 liawa of Florida. hh""." h":y K'ven that Theron I Keert pUTchaer of tract onal Tax Certlltcato has fl led .aid fractional certlncato In mv omceancl liamnadeappllcatlon for Tax r-ed tO iHKUe In Hf t'nri In, ...a u.l.l. I .. . . nlen.?.HlI5rtlM''",.e,nl'r"' " folio" County, Florida, to-wit: Its4Hd i Section . Townnhln fl. s H. VV T S; acrtH. ThPtin.H land -ai f. thl ?L1 '"""''"' of uch certltlcata In .H.dfra..a.cer,;,lcW "a ?,?' ffW ed ac-ordliiB to law. Tax Heed will nTs"e thereon on the lath day of November a")" WltnoM m nmui thl. the wit dav of ik-"iSr Tl"SN (SRALi IlrMDV UtTfrn.,n derk Circa., CourV. Putnam Co". " H. Hutchlnaon. Jr.. D. C. tru foiv i Germans Hurled In River l Paris The story of a French bay- onet attack which forced into the river Oise a body of Germans after the ( bridge by which they had crossed had : been destroyed by a bomb dropped from an aeroplane was recounted In dispatches reaching Paris. The incl dent took place near Sempigny. The French had been ordered to hold the bridge at any cost. After quick-firers had played havoc for twenty minutes in the German ranks the bugle sound-' ed retreat and the Germans poured arrosa tho hrilcro Scrubs Fatten Quickly You want your pigs to eat as much as possible when you fatten them. Give them a great variety of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion in good order, and you will obtain the desired result; especially if you mix with the grain ration a dose of Bee Dee STOCK MEDICINE Whets the appetite-Helps digestion. I put tome acnibbr looltitif hogs in the pen to S""!.tnd ve ,htni Bee Dee STOCK MEDICINE II, lh-ir lu.l I - . , line, heallhr-lookini horj, - " .v.i.tu wc over mi pouodi. HKlraer. Danlerie. W. Va. 25c, soe and (l. per can. At jour dealer!. P R 4 N'otlc of Aillcalli,n for Tax wj I ndrr Srcll.io N f f an,,,,, 4,SW1 " Laa of Florida. Notice In hcreliy ylv-n that Theron D Reed purcha-er of fractional Tax l ertitu ca:e No. a. dated the 6th davof .Hi I v A I li;. hii lllcl .aid frHctioimi certificate In nn- ottlce.and liastnnde application for l ax heed to mime In accordance with law Said fractional certlllcte embrace, the follow. Inude-crll property situated In Putnam 0,'nly- l.or!"- to-wlt : . f Xt KeTo !H;:Vn?'iL,i'"- '"--27 r?..NiH-ra? Tn! , iuk asMi U ai int ifHt of thp iih,.',. J1m,k1 "','"" 'factional cer. V. V.L""1,'. "deemed according to law 1?Z "W,1."VS''.", 'h-feou on the lath day of November A. 11.. inn. ' ... my oflli-lal slunature and leal thl. tho loth day of October A. D 1,14 (SEAL.) 1IFVD1 u,nn,'J . Cl Clrcnlt Court. Putnam cerna. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. IttheOircutt Ootirt, Kiglitti Judicial Cir cuit or Florida, In mid for Putnam Uou illy. In Olmnoerv. D. H. McMillan, Complainant, Vs. Ixitt Allen. M. Rnntz, Rodman Lumber t'ompaiiy, a corporation, and Atl persons whomsoever, other than th named de fendants. Interested, or eliil tiling an Inten-st bv, throuuh. or under the uamed defendants, or otherwtue, In the property deHerilrfd and Involved In thlft suit, the names and residences of whom are un known to complainant. Defendants, To all Concerned, Greeting: It appearing from the sworn Bill of Oom- defendants, or those claiming interests by. iiiiuuKii. ur umifr ineiii. iinve sinue luiernnfe In the property in this suit; and It further Vpirtr-ni inn, tiinv inerc are prtpuu iiiirrvntwu In Maid property, other than the known de fendants named herein, whose names are unaiiuwii; Bim ii iiiriner appearing winir the residence and address of the named de feiidttnu nre unknown, and that relief Is nrftvii In Mml hv hi 1 1 nf pniiiiilHlnt aualnst all of such persons, both known ami uiiKiion n ; . IT IH THKKKFORK. ORDKRKI), that -the above named defemlan's, and all per Hons whomsoever. tiiterestel. or clMlmtniT Interests by, through or uuder the named defendants, or otherwise. In or to the foi lowlng described property or lands, lying and beln k In Putnam County. Florida, of NVW. and Ne-; of Me'i of Heel ton 85, TnwtiMlilii III fln.uk L...w.7.i L'aaD Do A PPKAH to Complainant's bill of complaint herein filed, on or before the rule day in l'eeember, mil, to-wlt; the seventh day of said month of I-ecenilrer. "The Palatka News1 Is hereby designated as the newspaper In which this order shall u- 1 9 tIT-l vine a ItWK III! CI wu- secutlve weeks. Witness my hand and seal of oflloe, this 4th dav of Meptniher. lid 4. iCourtBeal) HKNRY HUTCHINSON Clerk Circuit Court Putnam (X, Fl Louie W, Htrum, Solicitor (or Complainant. 1 .- 0'