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!... . ''V . L t?t a , v PAGE NO. SEVEN RTI)AY, MAY 14, 1915. LOUHDS DRUG GO. CRESCENT CITY, FLA. OUR SPECIALTY IS THE SCIEN TIFIC PREPARATION OF MEDICINES. We are lo headquarters for Patent Medicine, Stationery and Garden Seeds. 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. CRESCENT CITY NEWS Kurton and ie spent last wei r ii i i REAL ESTATE CRESCENT CITY - FLORIDA Crescent Hill lots on easy terms. WANTED. Shippers of Freight of all kinds to Wute their shipments by the Steamer CRESCENT of the Beach & Miller Line. Shipments will receive the best of care and prompt attention. Steamer Crescent City loaves Cres cent for Palatka. Jacksonville and way Su at 6.30 ".m., on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. Leaves Jacksonville on Tued.iys, Thursdays and Saturdays. E. T. CLARK, Traffic Manager. Jacksonville. Fla. Irescenl City Transfer Co's. Automobile ami ,!"llt '"" Auto meets all trains nt Crescent City unction Night trains by appointment. S. M. LaBREE, Manager. Wilt CUV. Florida. Dentist. Offlts at Rldem-e on Prospect Street. Crescent City. Florida. DR. L. W. Dental i DENHAM Surecon OITICE AT RESIl'UME OPPOSITE GROVE HAI L. CRESCENT CITY. FLORIDA CHINA'S FUTURE President Says Celestial Republic Will Be Developed Through Christianity uM. Washington. President Wilson, in in address at a meeting hero of tim Potomac presbytery ot the liv.-tiyte-ti. . mrch, pictured a vi-ion i t Christ, furnishing a groat nimr.ent'.im in future to the moral force.-; o! the orld. He declared that as the unity of China was tea power would come into tho v "Why, this Is the most am.i.ut'K ant. hf piling vision that can bo oio :v l Urn, this vision of that gr.-at ''''''I m '' nttlon suddenly cried nv.aUo by the Toice ot Christ. Could there ho ai.y ftinfr more tremendous than that ? And eonld there be any greater contribu tion to the future momentum i f t1"'' moral forces of the world than could 1 e miUlO Uy quiCKomn;, nil Vhich is being set afoot in China? PERSONAL AND SOCIAL The henvv vain and u-iml nrm Sunday did considerable dania"e tj the telephone wires about town. Major and Mrs. ,T. I daughter, .Miss J at then- summer fullmn. r. 4n,.mi. Haven Ileach. Tom Ktissell is now able to be up and about some, and will prohahl;; ionic out of his loin; siese of fever none the worse for the wear. ('has. Mathis, store keeper at Hast ings, spent Friday here with his fath er and brother, K. L. Mathis, and en joyed a fishim; trip on Lake Crescent. Miss Addie McGrady spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. JlcGrady, returiidirr to her school duties at Stetson Universi ty on Monday. Potatoes are still froine; forward I from St. Johns Park and the Haw ! Crock section and the shippers are I setting t;ood prices f. o. b. at the jdock. ( T. C. Darby is preparing to erect! a new and ornamental fence in front of his premises on Central uve. The, fence will have heavy concrete posts, Isometinnt; iiKe mose in iroiii. ui ibiii.. ! Laliree's place. J Mother's liay services were held at the Methodist and Presbyterian churches last Sunday, with sermons appropriate to the theme by the pas tors, Rev. S. I. Hendrix and Rev. R. S, Burns. I George V. Seaton returned on i Wednesday of last week from a ; month's trip to his old home in Sau 'gerties, N. Y., and where he assisted l in getting his mother settled for the summer. A meeting was called for last I,,;, .iit at R, icon's hall for the D'lrt pose of organizing an Athletic il'lub for the young men of the town. ; Every one should take an interest 'in this matter. j Miss Abbijean Miller expectp to. leave in about two weeks for Mon teegle, Tenn., where she will take 8 i)o.-t-graduate course in Fairmount College, after which she will go to Vii'ginia for a visit of some weeks with a young lady friend. ! .,!( ice of the Peace, J. L. Burton, lias forwarded his resignation as Jus tice to Governor lrammeu. nujui liuiton gives as a reason auvancini; years and an mammy ro gie umv ku the work and its innumerable worries. Major P.urton has hilled tms ouice many years. George .Miller expects u g.uuuaic tv,.. t:,.n,;r:, Mditjii'V Academy HU1U llli: v."'f,." . . - at the end of the month, after which he will likely come Home arm d his mother in the management ot the Beach & .Miller tine. ro i senior year in the academy ne mnus the rank of 'First Lieutenant and Quartermaster. Manager Jas. Padgett Jr., is get- tin" the new telepnone aim leiegiup.. building on West Lentrai ae. in ih-ipe and will probably occupy :- s-mie before the end of tho month. The Wetaka baseball club was scheduled for game with the local teams yesterday aue.nooii ... -hon-e grounds, but too late lor a I report el tiie same in mis !.-!"-j Mavor Iler I', lkibers and W. C. Norton repreented the board ot i tv.de at a meeting in Kissimmee last I k-hFiv to .li-u the route ot the ine'.v llivio Highway. They did not !,,e a.vav f.om the meeting en-lri-ed with the probability of Us i::..i.r !h.ou"h Crescer.t City, tnouu eiiar.ee that it- may come imittee appointed at a re- in" id' citizen- to see .',.!' the A. ('. 1- H'y :l:11 '-,-,ure lv.e st-ping of the has. at le:'.-t bee". .. ...... .-,,1 J ('. Chase all- CHRISTIANS MASSACRED School Notes by the Pupils. T, tl, flr,l- ..(.liltA. ia V.oino- held at the Crescent City public senooi ot ine manuei training aim 0,v,..t; .,..t nnn.ln.nlD ' TVl O hoys are exhibiting their book racks. tney are about eighteen incnes long, the ends being of different patterns as designed by the maker, several being hand-carved. TIid v,ar,.kn.c nf ttio tirimarv f n SS are exhibiting a four room doll house made of boxes. The furniture ior the parlor, dining room and kitchen f eunl.ho-ird. All the rooms are papered a different color. The children have hemstitched curtains .,11 tV,o urinitnura TVlPV have made brown portiers for the front and twistea coras to lie ineni uativ The older girls are exhibiting work hnits on which thev have six or n;,.ut riifTan,!!- ctitolioc Thft Htnount and excellence which the girjs have done in three hours a month com- f.1.mt.Qhltr with that, none r'" vi.ijr x...j , . ,7 in schools where thev sew from eight to ten hours a month. A uL-nek from todav the annual .,nmmnn.(YViant VPreiP3 Will be held, beginning at 7:30 p. m. The primary classes will give a musical entertainment entitled "livery uay in .v, The eighth grade and high school girls, assisted by Harold Bache, will give a farce by V. D. Howells, en- The sight singing Classes win sing a song entitled "Marry June l... rl,0o Ufneonte The pupils of the third graue up will give an operetta entitled "The Words bv A. FX. Hall, and music by T. J. Hewett. tv, inot tv, nr nn the nrotrram IUC v.... if, r c ...111 U V,n nracanliitinn OT MinlOmaS by Mr. E. H. Williams, president of the school trustees. Report States Many Were Slaughter ed In Armenia uy Turks Florida East Coast Railway Go. FL.AUL.lili a i a i c Tiflis, Transcaucasia. Refugees reaching the Russian line report that the massacre ot Armenians by Mo hammedans is being continued on even a greater scale. They say that all the inhabitants of ten villages nar Van, in Armenia, Asiatic Turkey, have been Dut to death. On being advised ot massacres at Erzerum, Borjan and Zeitun and ot the conditions at Van, the Katolikos, fcuari nf thn Armenian church. at Etchmiadzin, Hear Erivan, cabledvto President Wilson an appeal to tne American people on behalf of the Armenians. The Associated Press correspond ent received reports of the massacre ot the 800 villagers in Urza and of 720 in Calmas. A Journey through Salmas showed that three weeks had failed to obliterate the signs of the slaughter. Pools of blood still mark ed the execution places in Hafgvan. 21 I 41 "1 37 M I D.il D.ily J)aily Daily Dmly 7777! 8.00IH 1.30P! 9.30MI: . 9.1pi 2.45t0.50 ' 5HPW 3.19PHU1.34U 10. SOPH 3.S4PK 11.54M 10 Jl)P 4.IDMU.JSI . I1.46PM 4.2JPH12 45P ......U.-ilt 4.5M l.iMW. 12.31IM S.inm 1.341 ;...1'2.60 3.20PHN 1.46P! 1.25MM 5.50PH 2.30P ' ' J.49 Ml .12Pi 2.57M " ....... 2.S7 3 .5i . . 3.0SM J 4.01M' " 1 . 3.41M 7. SOW 4.40P . " . 3.60M 7.5fi 4. SOPH 4.3i! .36 5.J5PH 6.. 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Twenty-five million rtnilnrs' worth of Argentine Donus will be issued in this country ana tne same amount abroad. a&Mg ,.,., ... ctnn- t imnor ant ftatlOQS. - .... toavilU oa a. A. 1.. wot. 1 anu i prai-w ; , iii 20:1 I 201 Ttailv I Dailv Boa.'ex Sun 3.40 Ml 8.30 Ot 4.40 P 10.30 U 11.05M 5 00PH 11.20MI STRENUOUS FIGHTING Fierce Struggles Are Reported On The Eastern And Western Frontiers London The German official report minima victories both over the Kus .i.m. in u-Miorn fialicia and over the British in Flanders. Field Marshal Sir John French, British commander-in-rtiief. admits he was compelled to re adjust his lines in the region of Ypres, but the French communication, rar f,-.,m rnnfirniine a German victory in Belgium, declares the German attacks renulsed and that the Uermans being taken on the flank by French nriiiiorv. Riiffered severely. A 1Mb renort from the British war fn,.o olsn biivs that German attacks were repulsed, although the Germans used asDhvxiating gases, and by the use of these fumes did get a footing Mil Mr (50. southeast oi Ypres which, since the British captured it recently, has been attacked repeatedly. Oleo Men Are Fined rinlnnihus. Ohio. Federal Judge J E. Sater accepted an offer of four for mer officials of the old Capital City Dairy company and representatives of tim Pornel us A. Hayes estate oi Co lumbus to pay $400,000 and costs to have an order of nolle prosequi enter ed in the government's civil suits against them for alleged taiture to .11 their share of taxes amounting to $2,000 on oleomargarine manufactured by the old dairy company. 1 he court s action will not affect criminal cases against the officials. Allies Claim Gains London In the 'fighting along the battle lines in Belgium and France and in Russia and in the Carpathians both the triple entente and Teutonic oiiioo claim successes. None, now pver. except possibly Austria and Ger many, records successes on a giear, Beale. Even the statements of the Teutonic allies are reiterations of the rennrts of several days past that tne Russians continue to be pressed Daca in Galicia and the Carpathians and that Hungary is free ot enemy torces is then l'r,i way. The em eeiit m:- tho oll'.eia i,' pi-i1 t'lel r.oe'l mmiallv ' I" No. tow n a .pie ''0111 ti ,1 h: mm itt 'it'll, II. 1. ,-h h' otiM i t! I in UMirl ,.en tit till well the -..v the pro- n t t -ive-s me b.ope of lie al.-' -nys ..', ! to oo me sooth i w'leome news el' Mr. ar.d We past ': v. tin Skim Cream on Bottles. A novel method of skimming !1 the cream from milk contained in a bottle or like vessel is to use a lire Kmtid disk of rubber which takes a littly concave shape, it being hung spon three light aluminum rods or ires. SlipninK the disk in eugeo- mrf u rn it thiol takei "ie flat position and can be drawn out "ita all the cream. i,!n: -eh ) ted slate ie'Y Vi'iii veal' Va. lie a;sl Made From Sunflower Seed. 8eeds of lunflowers are found to excellent food for live stock; lt W equal to the best Unseed oil. "d Its stalks are as good as coal for Producing heat And yet only a few ftm mm vin... !Mtrded the sun- f oer as a pest for all purposes ex- wpt as an emblem. ! VV , who was irra Pt 1'itv bi.tt'b i,- ."I I'eite.l jstatf. -1:lM',' i ,..ow at rortsn-outh. wanted to see some '",. ' -ot a litl! 111 1110 v to hard busmcs, ned appreiitieeshn under would nive b.u tU ,,,.,101100 ami nisi." - . 1 I.,.- f rli"0 it i iHo uo wilt hope that ;;',l,,,ov ini experienee and ret a i , of profit from t. A new ne"us ,X Trust to he k..,. n i ;'-,r;ized in Jack- Company s t be or.a f0,,vl,le .th a eapita r 000 and a surplus oi ' n . his Vnele i : ! WIRE FLASHES. Sailed Despite Sea Tragedy The British steamer Transylvania of the Anchor line, sailed for Liverpool, (w hours after news ot tne lusita- nia's sinking had been received. The '-..nuvivania's cabins were crowded her mronts said. There were S79 pas ,,.r.,r nhonnl when the steamer sail ed from New York, and others who ....,,,! tr. in nceordine to the line could not be accomuiuuaieu mi of room. Leper Escapes Jail Angelo Lumirdi, a leper, escaped c-, inil nt Tliuli and 1'arK, ill. mis ired to the Illinois MILllHlni""" " - state board of health and the board immediately notified the authorities at Chicago and neighboring cities to make every effort to catch Lunardi. London Paper's Attitude The London press In articles on the sinking "f the Lusitania speaks of the ir.eiieans on board and comments on the apprehension shown by their Iftien.ls in London. The Times, says it is ,,ot for Great Britain to speculate ; ,m (he course to be adopted by the ; Cubed Stales, now that they are con fronted with a situation which con ; col!is thaf country as closely as it does Croat Britain. Discuss Haiti's Finances Haiti's financial and political trou ! ,)(,s Were discussed at a White House i conference between President Wilson, Secretary Bryan and Paul Fuller, Jr., of New York, who is to be sent to in vestigate conditions in the republic. British Workmen Strike Two thousand laborers who were constructing houses to accommodate nt the woolwicn arsenal in I ondon, the largest in Great Britain, have gone on strike. They demanded higher wages. Tt lnniror von nut it off the har der will be the brainstorm when you begin to buy. WOMEN'S SPUING FASHION'S . tv!u Lt. . Jacksonville , Arj 7 U. St. Auijustiue. t 6 tv ,Eat 1'alallta . Ir. ...Palatka ... tv. . . Buonrll . . . tv. . . Oriuund . . . tv. . . Daytona . .. tv. Port Odium . tv. 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KISSIMMEE VALLEY J1UANCH Daily ex Bun, 4 00PMI tv. 5.1111 lv. 5 52PM 6.1HPM 6.40 PM 6.54 PM 7.5SPM R 41PM 9.49 PM 10.05 PM 1 1 00 PM . Titusville ... . Maytown ... ,. Geneva .... . Ctiuluota ... .. Hithlo .... . , Pocataw . . . . , Holopaw ... . Kenansville .. .. Osowaw .... , Fort Drum . .. . Okpechohee . . IN 12 tlPM 11.05111 10.40 AM 10.1SU 10.04 AM 9.00 AM 8.10AM 7.10AM 6.54 AM 0.0OAM f,.clinn. made at Key West with.P. 0. 8S. Co.. ,v. - Th... timet-aWe. .how the tim. .1 which train, may ,r; u'thiV Company to k. Kai0,:iobn", b..efo,.n'yV Sf' aeia "'?:. n..A . ,fF inlnrmation "See the licket Agent. rot copy oi uocw aiuiw - J. D. RAHNER, General Passenger Agenr, ar. Auguswue, rlu.u BBCBEBCcaaaaaaMBEDHOOBBaaja ATLANTIC COAST LINE THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH Schedule Effective April 5th, 1915. THROUGH TRAINS TO NEW YORK DAILY 1 No. 82 No. 86 l.v. .iBoksonvllte Ar. HHVivmmli Ar. Hloloiioiul Ar. Wnnhlniitoii Ar. HnltlniorH Ar. Fhiliulf Iplilu. . Ar. New York . s::iii in . l'J:."'i'pni , r, -junta . s:,r,itam 10:71111 . l-':lpm . 'J:57imi l::Viini 5:;iT,pnl H:lMi in l-::lKpni l:f'iipin -l:ii::pin ll:2upin Ticket Aiient Paika, Fla ati AMTirroAST LINE Standard railroad of the south RUB-I1Y-TISF1 Will cure your RhenmaHsm Nuraleia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and ras,01d Sores. Stings of Insects tc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in ''nally and externally. Price 25c. i-uloit into -l ,l . . , ,,ss tr' ti, fonora ranire m i"- " . b0 that of 'flraUon of l oT company tion were.ic iH.i. ,n.000 of somehow it n.is - r .fresoe.it .Uty ca,.u " ,f MlJdI.W, aibtted 400 corporator ."..'- U)e re. shares. ' vk-e-president banking institutions. His Hard Work. "I want you to understand," said young Spender, "that I got my money by hard work." "Why. I thought it was left to you by your rich uncle. c it was. but I had hard worn 10 sei It aay from the lawyers." Life. Delicately Put Two sisters while visiting In Ire i vi,.tnrt'a time Kot Into con versation one day with a tenant of their hostess. One ot me gin. u is quite stout, asked the old woman It she would have known them for sis ters Well," was the answer, "ye look alike, but yer sister1, slender, while you. miss well, you favor the quane." i wssi-r jv. i m i.J H. r . h 1 IiiiiiipiillWDiilZZl fc 1 til U:- a II .3. H II i i r ill ti a- ?, ... ' w III 'M 1 PRETTY LINGERIE FROCK. Sheer batiste hand embroidery and Irish crochet are used effectively tn this girlish frock. It to buttoned straight down the front. ' I fmm All steel Equipment. Free Reclinint n,air riir tn Washington. Dining Cai Service on Trains 82 and 66. Sleeper tc Savannah on Train 80. For information and Reservations, phone or write J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A.. A. W. FR1TOT, D. P. A., HilUboro Hotel, Tamp., Fla. 138 W- Bay St., J.ck.onville, Fla. gBBEBBEEOBOaBCIBaDHDDBBEI. n n 1 1 Is No. 80 r b m I v n l'.'-Xmiu lab A B K:lti;pm B ll:5opin t S R1 A RFi r V ElGHMOND,. .Tiinp 1-2-3 1915 COHFEDERATE V b I bKAIio REUNION t:j..i ci Man MfK to June 2nd, i ICKf IS uu "vj --- -- - - inc., limited to June 10th. Extension and stop-over privileges, ror rates, schedules, reser vations, etc- call on SIR M. H. Martin t HI 1 Tick slfTLANTlrmi W. A. FtlEBRYDAY CO. DEALERS IN Crate Material of all Kifds. Fruit and Vegetable Wraps. PALATKA FLORIDA o a c a B