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4 - FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1915. THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA, FLA. - LOUNDS DRUG GO. ; CRESCENT CITY, FLA. a OUR SPECIALTY IS THE SCIEN- TIFIC PREPARATION OF MEDICINES. We are also headquarter for Patent Medicines, Stationery and Garden Seeds. t A splendid line of Toilet Requisites - Is always a feature of our stock - and we offer for the winter season a well selected line of Florida Souvenirs, Mil . I REAL ESTATE CRESCENT CITY - FLORIDA Crescent Hill lots on 1 easy terms. WANTED. ' Shippers of Freight of all kinds to route their shipments by the Steamer CRESCENT of the Beach & Miller Line. 1 Shipments will receive the best of care and prompt attention. Steamer Crescent City leaves Cres cent for Palatka. Jacksonville and way ports at 6.30 .m., on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leaves Jacksonville on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. E. T. CLARK, Traffic Manager. Jacksonville. Fla. CRESCENT CITY NEWS Crescent Citv Transfer Cot. Automobile and Boat Line. Auto meets all trains at Crescent City Inaction Nlgbt trains by appointment VS. M. LaBREE, Manager. Crescent Citv, Florida. X. Spencer, Dentist. OflUs at Residence on Prospect Street. Crescent City. Florida. DR. L. W. DENHAM Dental Surgeon OFCICE AT RESIDENCE OPPOSITE GROVE HALL. CRESCENT CITY. FLORIDA Auto Trips For Parties of Four To- Daytona Beach, DeLand, Seville, Welaka, Pomona, Palatka, St. Augustine and other points .RATES REASONABLE ApTp.TOM RUSSELL Crescent City, Fla. ART LESSONS MISS ALICE STURDY bees to announce that she will re. celve Classes and Private Pupils In Art Htudles at her home on Prospect Btreet, orescent City, Love and Blindness. " t'ltini the wrcinir side of thirty) I iiim suiv I dun t kiiuw what he sees' in ncr. C'lnilly-Well, lore is blind. Clam Hliiiii: Xnuwiiw: 1 never saw man In l"t vet who did net see ten times as murb In his sweetheart as 1 could. ' Ur View. Sunday School Teacher What do '. you uuderstand by suffering for right eousness" sake? Little Ulrl-Pleage. miss, it means havlnft to come to Sun . day aehool.-London Tit-Bits. Just the One. !,We want a young fellow of some staying power In this business." i "Then I can heartily recommend my daughter's beau." - Baltimore Ameri can. COLDS & LaGRIPPE 5 or 6 doses 666 will break ' 'any case of Chills & Fever, Colds & LaGrippe; it acts on the hver better than Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. Price 25c. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL John Reynolds has again " taken charge of the barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of Grear.ville, Ga., were tl.o guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. K. Borson. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fuller of Mans field, Mass., are among the recent ar rivals at Grove Hall. K. Borson represented the Masonic lodge of this pace at the Grand Lodge session in Jacksonville last week. Manley R. Hubbs, and Miss Nellie A. Htibbs his daughter, arrived last week and ere at Grove Hall for the season. Fanny thing, but they ap pear to like the little old town. Mrs. Nellie Grimsley returned on Saturday from a visit of - several months down the east coast , where she was engaged much of the time at her profession of trained nurse. Mrs. H. J. Hunt of Boston is the guest for a time of Mrs. F. S. Crotty. Mrs. Hunt is a daughter of the late Hon. W. J. Webb, and a niece of Mrs. C. S. Gowen. The Motion Picture theaters at V, I. A. Hall on Tuesday and Friday evenings of each week are drawing good nouses, some 1"0 being present last Friday night. The pictures are well selected and the exhibitions are getting better and better. On anoihov page of this issue will be found a report of the visit of Prof. V. W. V others to the groves of this place. The article is by Mr. Moreno, assistant editor of The Florida Grow er, who accompanied Prof. Yothers on his visit to Crescent City last week. Rev. C. E. Gutteridge and family left-on Friday of last week for their new home at Oviedo, in Orange coun ty, at which place Mr. Gutteridge be comes pastor of the Methodist church There is considerable regret at the re moval of this nice family. Edward Sackett has returned from a visit of several months in Massa chusetts, whither he was called on pecount of the death of his brothor. Mr. Sackett staved some time to as sist in winding up the affairs of his brother's estate. Word was received here last week that Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cary of Lionville, Mass., with Mr. Avery of Charlemont, Mass., would arrive this week for the balance of the winter season. Mr. and Mrs. Cary will of course occupy their winter home on North Summitt street. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Beggs of Dallas, Texas, with their son, Mr. Fred M. Beeirs. arrived last week for a stay of some weeks at the home of their son, Dr. Beggs on South Prospect street. Mr. Beggs, the elder, is a leading contracting engineer in the Texas city. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Warren of Pa latka, with some friends paid a vis it to Crescent City on rnday last and drove about the town in their auto mobile. Dr. Warren is the president of the Palatka Development Company, the builders of a large number of bungalows in that city. He was quite charmed with the place. Mrs. E. L. Masury and Mrs. E. W. Marlow of New York city and Mrs. R. E. Lamphear of Bristol, R. I., arrived last week and are making their home at Grove Hall. Mrs. Masury will be pleasantly lemembered by a large cir cle of friends by reason of several former visits. Mrs. Masury also, has grove property here. Henry H. Cooper arriv d some two weeks ago, but as he is making his home as usual with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andersen, and they now live on the outskirts of town, few were aware of his presence. We are all glad to see Mr. Cooper. He is one of the old- timers, having been making this place his winter home for more than 30 years; knows all the old settlers, and they know and appreciate him. Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Glynn of Saginaw, Mich., arrived on Saturday and will make their usual stop of a month or more at Grove Hall. Mr. Glynn is the cashier of a leading na tional bank at Saginaw ,and being a business man in the prime of his ac tive career of money getting, cannot take the long vacations that some of our winter visitors nave, and the ma jority of whom have little but vaca tions to worry them. W. L. Floyd, professor of Horticul ture in the Agricultural Department, University of Florida, has written President Tillinghast of the board of trade, that he will bring his univer sity class in citrus culture to Cres cent City some time between Feb ruary 10th and 15th, to spend a cou ple days among the groves here to study the methods of culture at first hand. There will probably be a large class of young men present, and they will stay two days at least, possible longer. This recognition of the Cres cent City section as af folding a field for the study of citrus trees, by the university of Florida, is something of a compliment to our big growers, who are accounted as among the most competent in the state. Miss BotU had her pocket book snatched from her hands one evening last week near the corner of Summit street and Central avenue. As she was going home from the postoffice and was turning the corner a negro saw the pocket book and thinking it an easy fortune, snatched it from the lady's hand and started to run. Miss Botts let out a scream and this scared the darkey so that he threw the pocket book over the fence, where it was later recovered. There is no clue to the thief. This sort of thing doesn't happen often in Crescent City, but at the present time there are a good many strange negroes passing through and out of work and it might be a good thing for the marshal to keep a little closer watch out for the strangers. - - The School notes came too late for insertion this week. Dr. T. R. Beggs was called to Jack sonville last Monday on professional matters, but returned by the midnight tram the same night. "The County Fair" under the aus pices of the V. I. A. will open Thurs day night, February 11th, with a "So ciety Circus" and a wonderful men agerie, instead of with a "Mid-Sum mer Night s Dream" party, as an nounced last week. ' The circus will be followed by a dance. Tickets to the circus will also admit to the Fair. The ladies are doing every thing possible to make the coming lair uie oest an nual event of the kind ever held here. Rev. Dr. C. V. Waugh, a former pastor of the Crescent City Baptist church, and one ot the ablest men in that denomination' in the south, preached at Gainesville last Sunday and the Gainesville Sun, noting his visit, says of him: "Dr. C. V. Waugh, who for some time has been indenti fied with the Y. M. C. A. work in Jack sonville, came here the latter part of last week on a visit to his brother. City Clerk and Treasurer Jos. E, Waugh, and occupied the pulpit in the First Baptist Church Sunday, being greeted by large congregations at both the morning and evening service. Dr. Waugh was the second pastor who served the old First Bautist Church, when it was located on the corner of West Main and Masonic streets, but as this was nearly two decades ago, he finds "but few of his old flock here now. His discourses Sunday were listened to with close attention, and the speaker was heartily congratulat ed afterward, many remarking that they were among the most interesting sermons they have heard m years. Memorial to Miss Gowen. A very beautiful tribute was cnid to the memory of Louise Crosby Gowen, at the morning service last Sunday at the Church of the Holy Comforter. The members of the. Chancel Guild, of which Miss Gowen was a member, decorated the interior with a wealth of flowers to be found in such pro fusion in" this land of sunshine and flowers. The altar vases were filled with stately white American Beauty roses which seemed to radiate the sol emn purpose for which they were there. Ihe Litany desk, organ and the Rector's desk were banked with white Japonicas and Star Jessamine. The font was placed to the left of the door and was completely covered with violets and green. The seating ca pacity of the church was taxed to its limit, and it was necessary to dace chairs in the aisle to accomodate late comers. The usual form for morniner service was used and in addition the commen datory prayer was read, as a suppli cation to the great white throne for the dear one who had just passed away, and for the comfort of those who are left to mourn her loss. Dur ing the sermon the Rev. Mr. Tavlor made especial reference to her in whose memory these sacred services were held. The hymns were all ap propriate for such an occasion end during the' offertory Mrs. C. P. Hale sang "The Better Land." Miss Gowen was a erreat favorite with the young people and their at tendance at these services in large numbers was evidence of their sin-1 cere sympatny witn Mr. ana Mrs. Gowen who have suffered such a ter rible loss. Com. Florida East Coast E: FLAGLER SYSTEM Uneeda Biscuit - , , Yf , "ACLER system v r . ... 37 8? 85 79 33 In ffltct 34 j I i f M J v Tempt tne appetite, p.ii? Daily d.m d.i, D.,iy j.i.r, , 1915 o..iy DMt,f . 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Lvl2 42P b 00PM II 05P Lv ...... Fort Druna .lv (COJl ' , - ' - ' "1, ...... ., .......!. .e ...u.i ... ...in u.ui. v uKrrcuoocr ...... LV I O.WJM ' 11 4.30PMII1 OOlMIArEntrrprnr Junc'nLvlll 30AMI 4 30 PM II . , , J , ZuZxr Prince of appetizers! Makes daily trips from Ginger-Snap Land to waiting mouths every where. Say Zi Zu to the grocer man, 5 cents. Buy biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Always look for that name EARLY BANK RUNS. Southfiefild Bible Conference. The Twelfth Annual Meetiner of the Southfield Bible Conference Associa tion is to be held here on March 7th to 21st inclusive. Meetings are to be held two and three times daily for tne two weeks of the Conference. The latter part of the conference will be devoted to evangelistic preaching, and special gospel singing will be a feature of all the meetings. The speakers will be Rev. Dr. C. I. Scofield, of New York, a Bible teach er, author of Scofield Correspondence Course in the Bible and books on Bi ble Study, editor of Stofield Refer ence Bible, and editor-in-chief of the 1911 Bible. Rev. L. S. Chafer of New York, au thor of Books on Bjble Themes, Bi ble Lecturer, and Bible Conference and Institute worker. Mr. D. J. Fant of Atlanta, Ga., Railroad Engineer Evangelist, Loco motive Engineer Southern Limited, Atlanta to Greenville, and a man who has been greatly successful in evan gelistic work in the southern states. The Bible Conference in this city was endowed by the late Hon. Edwin Gilbert of Georgetown, Conn., and Crescent City. He gave the Audito rium building for Conference and public school purposes, and left $10, 000 worth of stock in the Gilbert & Bennett Mfg. Co. of Georgetown, Conn., as an endowment for each one of these purposes. The School en dowment last year brought a revenue of Sl.zUU, and it is presumed that an equal amount came to the Bible Con- erence Association. Students Saved College Natchez, Miss. Students saved Jefferson Military college, near here, from destruction by Are when with buckets they protected the main build ing of the instituUon and extinguished the flames after a dormitory had been destroyed. The damage was estimat ed at $9,000. Jefferson college is 113 years old. Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy, was a graduate. Senator Chamberlain of Oregon and other men prominent in public life are alumni. Great Truth. "He who plays the fool will the prize." Aesop. miss EGGS FOR SETTING Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs for Settii.g, for sale, Setting of 15 for 75 cents, ap ply J. E. Bartlett, Crescent City, Fla. l-29-4t. " The Dutch Fleet In the Thames Started One In London In 1669. The first mu of which we have any account In the history of banking oc curred In the year lliU7. It was quick ly stopped. At that date the bankers of England were the goldsmiths, who had a short time before begun to add banking to their ordinary business aud had become very numerous and in fluential. Iu 1000 the Dutch fleet sailed up the Thames, blew up the fort at Sheerness. set tire to Chatham and. burned some ships of the line. This created the greatest consternation in London, espe cially among those who bad intrusted their money to the bankers, for It was known that the latter had advanced large sums to the king for public pur poses, mid 'it was rumored that now the king would not be able to pay the money. To quell the panic a royal proclamation was Issued to the effect thnt payments by the exchequer to the bankers would be made, as usual. In 1071 there was another run on the London bauks. when Charles II. shut up the exchequer aud refused to pay the bankers either principal or Inter est of the money which they had ad vanced. On this occasion many of the banks aud their customers were ruined. London Standard. Cnnnrction mad? at Key West with P & O SS. Co fnr Havana. Cnnnections made at Miami witb P. & O. SS Co. lor Natian HiihAmn l.lnnri. These timetables show the time at which trains may be expected tcr arrive and depart Iron)' (be aevaral atation. but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guaranteed nor is this Company to b. held responsible lor any delay or any consequences arising therefrom Subtect to-change wiLboul notice. For copy ol Local lime Card or other information "See the1 Ticket Agent." , - J. D. RAHNER, General Passenger Agent, Augustine, Florida : ' EHEEEcco aaoaaaaa EEEEEEEEaaaaaaaaDCBEDEEBasaaQDcrjOBorj . ATLANTIC COAST LINE 4 Standard Railroad of the South A , . -DAILY TRAINS EAST- TV lx Ar. Ar. .. Ar.. Ar. Ar. . Jacksonville Richmond Washington Baltimore Philadelphia New York No. 82 . . 8:30am 5:25am 9:00am 10:27am 12:45pm 2:57p.m No. 88 .. 12:45pm 7:00am 10:29am 11:42am 2:01pm 4:20p.m No. 86 . . 2:20pm 10:15am 1:35pm 2:46pm 5:25pm ' 7:50p.m No. 80 . . 7:55pm 8:00pm 11:50pm . 1:38am 4:25am 7:13a.m Free Reclining Chair Cars to Washington,1 Electric Lighted, Electric Fblw. Eik Coast Line Florida' Mail carries Local Sleeper to Savannah. Steel Pullman Cars of the highest class operated on all trains. We operate our own dining car service. Pullman reservations and information. a B! a a, Oi m a a J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A, Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. A. W. FRITOT, D. I. A 1 38 W, Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. D O D B D a GQGBBEBGBOaaiSaagBBBBBGOC Ten Stick Island. In the Southwest bay, In the New LTebrldes group, there Is a small wood ed island of considerable height above the sea. although only a few hundred yards in circumference. The story of its acquisition Is a curious one. South west bay used to be considered a good place for target practice by the British men of war on patrol duty there, and this small Inlet was used as a target so frequently that It seemed In danger of being gradually shot away. The chief who owned it protested and wanted compensation. The captain of a man-of-war who understood the Da tives knew that these claims would be a ceaseless source of blackmail unless they were settled once for all, so he bought the Island for the British crown, paying ten sticks of tobacco for it, and every one was satisfied. The place since then has been known as "Ten Stick island." London Standard. Cough Medicine for Children Never (rive a child a couch medicine that contains opium in any form. When opium is given other and more serious diseases may follow., ilong experience has demonstrated that there is no better or safer medicine for coughs, colds and crout) in chil dren than Chamberlain's Couh Kennedy. It is equally valuable i&r adults. Try it. It contains no., opium or tother harmful drug. For! sale by all dealers. IV. A. MERRYDAY GO. DEALERS IN Crate Material of all Kinds. Fruit and Vegetable Wraps. PALATKA FLORIDA 7 Oar Tract art budded ( the beil standard varicltoaof (MtbOrapc. fruit and Orange inm heavy bearing tree. CITRUS FRUIT and PEACH TREES We guarantee every tree we ship to be of first-class nursery stock, true to name, and if properly set, we guarantee every tree to grow or replace same without cost. Our Citrus Fruit Trees have been grown by expert and experienced Nurserymen, who have been in the business many years. Our Peach Trees are Florida grown and are Duddea on rasce ram stock. , If you are looking for first-class nursery stock, do not fail to send for our latest catalog, which is yours for the asking. This catalog also gives much valuable information regarding preparing the land for a grove, setting and caring for trees. u. imr WRITE FOR A CATALOG TO-DAY. THE C. E. THOMAS NURSERIES On NURSERIES art locates at LEESBURG, FIrMa;alal EAULE LAkG (tbe Isb.ss Wlnttr Havta kcIIm.) Brnen-W.bb Building TAMPA. FLORIDA More Fruits Should Ba Used. It Is rather strange how few people know the medicinal value of our com mon fruits and vegetables.. What a pity mors fruits and fruit Juices are not used. '- s Dry Atmosphere. . 1 like this quaint little mountain Tillage of yours, waiter. 1, suppose I can get plenty of oxygen here." "No, sir; we've got local option." Sacred Heart Review. i i - J I'Hind. YUKCilX. jrlT. rna7nriIihlpIan, in ment will be mane nn - ...... "