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FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1915.
THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA, FLA. PAGE NO. SEVEN LOUNDS DRUG GO. CRESCENT CITY, FLA. OUR SPECIALTY IS THE SCIEN TIFIC PREPARATION OF MEDICINES. We are also headquarters for Patent Medicines, 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 I . 11 WOMAN PRAISES THAW REAL ESTATE CRESCENT CITY - FLORIDA PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Harrod Braddock of Eldridjre, Volu sia county, spent Friday in town. Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Smith drove over to Palatka and back in their car last Monday morning. Mrs. Sm'ith of Savannah, who has been spending the past several months with her daughter, Mrs. K. Borson, left on Sunday for her home. Mrs. Roland Woodward who has been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. T. Clark, left for her home in Mandarin last Tuesday morning. The Mathis Mercantile Co. of this place is advertising a big Mid-Summer Cash sale at greatly reduced prices in all departments from July 2d to 10th, md many there be who will him it. fhii'pnre P.nhers and Tom Russell .pfnrm,i fi-mvi tVimr tan weeks' out- many ot whom remembered her as a iiig at Summer Haven beach last Fri-(little girl who formerly lived here and Crescent Hill lots easy terms. on The city council is spending some money for shell to repair the roads. The A. C. L. has had a force of men at work at the Junction and with a steam shovel is widening the road bed at that place. Oreat improve ments are contemplated. The new cemetery fence provided by the association has arrived. The fence is of iron and ornamental, and will have solid concrete posts like those surrounding the home of Capt. LaBj-ee. Rudolph Kinard of Hastings spent a portion of Monday in town. He reports all members of the family as well with the exception of his father, who has been suffering a slight ail ment for some weeks. At the final, service for the summer at the Presbyterian church last Sun day evening, Miss Waterman of He Land sang a beautiful solo. Miss Wa terman has a wonderfully clear, sweet and strontr voice and her solo was greatly enjoyed by the congregation, New Hampshire Woman Said She Was Glad To Introduce Her Daughters To White's Murderer THE BEACH & MILLER LINE Ship by your Home Company. It has successfully operated for the Home People in season and out of season, for thirty years. No better service can be had over any line. Support Home Industry and thereby keep your money in circulation at home. 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 Transfer Co's. Automobile and Heat Line. ' Auto meets all trains at Crescent City Junction Night trains by appointment. S. M. LaBREE, Manager. Crescent (.Ijtv. I'loritln. :. spencei, Dentist X Offlre nt Ui'-Uit'n.-e on Prospect .Street. Crescent City. Florida. DR. L. W. DENHAM Dental Surgeon OFCICE AT RESIDENCE 01'1'OSITE (iKOVE HALL. CRESCENT CITY. FLORIDA Dixie Turning to Fireworks. tv,o mnt notable feature of the fire works business, dealers say, has been demand in recent years for fireworks In the south for use on July 4. The fact that the south is beginning to take up m the conventional way the celebration ot the nation's birth points very strong ly they believe, to the undermining ol the last seaional. differences. demand this year has been far largci than ever before, they say,. One northern fireworks firm recently re ceived its first order from Honda, while another has been shipping lai'ip day with the usual beach tan and look Was of health. R. C. Middleton and E. L. Mathis visited Hastings on Monday, going over and back in the Middleton car. Mrs. J. H. Batters expects to leave in a few days for South Carolina to visit relatives and friends. Rev. and Mrs. R. Shull Burns left on Monday for Columbus, Ohio, where they will spend the months of July, August and September with relatives Their address will be 3G(i N. Monroe ave., Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McGrady, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McGrady and Miss Ad- 'dtfc McGrady, went to Palatku last j Friday on a shopping trip. They I made the trip over and back in the !E. W. McGrady touring car. ! Miss Helen Norton expects to leave about the l.'ilh inst., for Lake Chau ! taun.ua, N. V., where she will e-ijoy : the assembly program at that famous ! literary and musical center. -Miss Norton expects to be absent, until fall. I Mcintosh Morrow spent Saturday, 'Sunday and Monday here with his ,!d ; friends. He is now with the well ; known firm of Shrader & Co., fruit .'.ad produce shippers of Jaeksivnvill ind his work carries him much into the citrus fruit sections of the state. Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Read left on Saturday for Onset, Mass., a point on Cape Cod, where they have leased a cottage for the summer. They were joined in Jacksonville by their niece. Miss Mollie Icenhour, who will spend the summer with them there. Miss Ruth Herlong who has been a member of a partv touring the west laud California, is on her way back. Fast Sunday she was in Chicago. Miss tici-long will visit a snort rime in Ala bama before returning to Crescent City. Mai'Arthur Pipe, Crescent City's champion tennis player and also one of the honor students in the high school, left on Sunday for New Jersey, where he will spend the summer, pro vided he can stand those Jersey 'skeeters. Mrs. M. M. Herlong held a family reunion party at her home on Sunday, and at the dinner served on the occa sion, besides the members of the fam ily living here, there were present Mr. ami Mrs. A. S. Herlong and family of Center Hill and Mr. H. W. Herlong of Jacksonville. There will be no Fourth of July celebration here, not even a ball game. Many are in consequence preparing to spend the day in Palatka, where a big celebration has been planned. The Crescent City stores will be closed all through the day, by agreement ot the merchants. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Preston, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Preston and Mrs. Rhoads went in the Preston touring car to Daytona Beach and return last Sunday. Ahead of them and showing the way was Capt. and Mrs. S. M. I.a Hree and party in the I.aBree car. All report a delightful trip. They left, at ti o'clock, drove all over He- qualities to North Carolina and oth-1 j au, ,,ncl were in Daytona Beach I er southern states. Heretofore 1(K They arrived home at t):45 p. m. Christmas and New ears nave .ce , "m.Uv" d.-ivs of the south. Bal timore always celebrated with l. t,t n.it verv vigorously across' the Potomac the Fourth of Ju Joseph Braddock of Daytona Beach. tire- : up to to years ago a prominent iwi and i dent of this section, i here on a visit j to the family ot his son. .losepn uiau- :,w" j ioic. k nnv'dm-k Jr. tin coming r a iweasiuv ly was as serene an.. mt only to hi rdative. l:Ut to scores Other day. ;of ot ' friends. Mr. Braddock is a . i scion of one of the first families lo To Wash hint Inderwear. set.t;,mi amI the old When washing knit wear or other Bra(jllock homestead, where the battle garments bv hand which nave neavj i f p,ra,i,ick's Farm was to-jght on-- iir the civil war, is sun n iaimimw buttons, button the garmenv as if being worn and turn wrong side out. This does away with the an noying scraping on the washboard which injures the buttons and also protects them as they go through the wringer. Headache and Nervousness Cured. "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitle-'; to all the praise 1 can give w.ites Mrs. Richard Olp Spencerpoi , N Y They nave cured me of head ache 'and nervousness and restored we to my normal health." For sale by all dealers. Had Discovered That. "How's the baby?" asked the neigh bor ot the new father "Fine, said the proud parent. "Pon't you find that a babv brightens up a household won; derfullv?" pursued the friend, '"iea, ..... ..." r.,-o.t with a sigh, "we have the gas going most of the night now. New York Globe. This was his f mner s those stormy tune: home durii regular attendant of the church and Sunday school. Jack Welch, our plumber and all 'round handy man, left this week for Toledo, Ohio. He expects to be away through the summer, and with the view of acquiring some automobile ex perience that will better fit him for garage work. He expects to return in December. If not successful in Toledo, he expects to go to Detroit, and will try for a place in the Ford Co's works. Rev. R. L. Bonsteal of Louisville, Ky., who was recently caljed to the pastorate of the F'irst Baptist church, arrived on Friday of last week and is making his home at the Turner House. Mr. Bonsteel officiated at both the morning and evening services of the church last Sunday and is said to be a nreacher of both power and el oquence. fief ore his call to tne min istry Mr. Bonsteel was a lawyer. It is understood that during the summer he will hold service here but two Sundays a month, going to another point for the other Sundays. The opinion is general thai under his pas torate the local church will tnnve as never before. J. H. Neumann, a man who has esided here for a little more than a year, died on Wednesday of last week from cancer ot the stomacli compli cated with dropsy. Neumann came here some six years ago with his wife and little daughter. He lived with them some time and then went north, remaining away several years. He returned something more than a year ago and after a few months was tak en ill, since when his decline has been steady.. For several years the family lived in the old Weaver home a mile or more south of town, then some months ago they took the cottage on the Will Miller grove on the Seville road where they have lived since. lite funeral occurred on Thursday and the interment was in Eden cemetery. Much sympathy is felt for the wife and little daughter, who have writ ten The. News asking that through its columns they be permitted to thank the people of Crescent City and h11 who have contributed to their wel fare and comfort during the illness and on the death of their husband and father. The preliminary hearing of the State of Florida vs. W. J. Newman, charged with the murder of Deputy Sheriff Hunter, occupied the larger part of the day before Justice Paul C. Smith last Friday. The hearing ira' in the auditorium and that large hall was well filled, people coming in from the country in all directions. It is estimated that R50 people were in at tendance, over (iO of whom were la dies. Sheriff Kennerly arrived with the prisoner from Palatka about 10:10 jtnd the court convened immediately remaining in continuous setting until Adjournment, about :i:45 p. m. The state was represented by State Attor ney E. Noble Calhoun of St. Angus tiiie. assisted bv Col. G. E. Graham The prisoner was ably defended by J. V. Walton, Esq., ot t'alatKa. only seven or eight witnesses were exam ined. but thev at length. No wit nesses for the defense were examined At the conclusion of testimony Mi Walton made an able plea for the defense, urging that the killing was in self-defense. Col. Graham who made an able speech for the state. held that the prisoner was guilty as charged. States Attorney Calhoun in his clear, consise talk, simply am iditied the staes interest in the ess. and outlined the duties of the sitting magistrate. Justice Smith was bnet he held the prisoner to the grand jury on the charge of murder in order that a higher court might have the respon dhilitv of the decision. it was ui itrstood at the close of the session New York On the ninth anniver sary of the killing of Stanford White, his slayer, Harry K. Thaw, was de scribed at the trial to test his sanity as a man who was perfectly rational and more kind, generous, charitable, a man of broad Intellect and one wor thy of being introduced In the best social circles. His eulogists consist ed of a dozen men and women whom he had met during his sojourn in New Hampshire after his escape from the Matteawan insane asylum. They came to New York at the request of Thaw's attorneys to do the best they could, tbey admitted, to show their confidence in Thaw and their belief that he should be set free as a sane man. More than one stated that sen timent in New Hampshire was strong-, ly in favor of Thaw. One, the wife of a well-to-do manu facturer of Manchester, N. If., said that she had entertained Thaw so cially at her home and had been glad to introduce her daughters to him. n HI SIM ( FLACLER SYSTEM ) PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT Anxiety Over Mexico Washington. Anxiety increased In official quarters over the situation in Mexico City, as the state department has been unable to communicate by telegraph for several days with that city. Brief dispatches from Vera Cruz said Carranza officials were much chagrined at the apparent fail ure of Gen. Pablo Gonzales was en gaged in an artillery duel with the Zapatistas gave the first intimation that the Villa-Zapala forces in Mex ico City had determined to offer re sistance to the invading Carranza army instead of evacuating. THE NEW BEACH HOTEL Chautauqua Assembly Grounds, Anastasia Island, St. Augustine, NOW OPEN Trolley cars direct to the Hotel and to the South Beach Pavillion from the railroad station at St. Augustine. Trolley fare 25c round trip. France Increases War Appropriation Paris. The bill appropriating 5, 600,000,000 francs ($1,130,000,000) to cover government expenses for the three months beginning July 1, was passed almost unanimously in the chamber of deputies. Alexandre Ri bot, French minister of finance, in a speech on the bill prior lo its passage, said he recognized the necessity of France buying as little abroad for the requirements of war as possible. To do so, he asserted, would be one of the most important economies for the country. WEEK-END EXCURSIONS TO ST. AUGUSTINE Commencing Saturday, July 3rd, 1915, week-end round-trip tickets will be on sale at Palatka and East Palatka to St. Augus tine at the low rate of one dollar. $1.00 FOR THE ROUND TRIP Tickets will be sold Saturdays and Sundays good to return on any regular train up to and including the night train of the following Monday. The Beach at this particular spot of Florida's shore line is free from sloughs, and surf-bathing, the most exhilarating of all outdoor pastimes, is perfectly safe. CONVENIENT PASSENGER TRAIN SCHEDULES BETWEEN PALATKA AND ST. AUGUSTINE AS FOLLOWS : l.v. Pnliit ka l.v. 1-:. 1'i.ltilki Ar. SI. Ausj tiiirmni Ki:-i:hiii riiucinn i;:li(iim ll-.lo inn -i:-jr.,in sideum l-':2(.iiiiu t;::;(j'in I, v. si. Aug. Kn'iOiini -Jilnpin tirJiipin Ar. K. 1'Hlatkii ll:.",iiin :t::itpni liiiliiinii Ai Palatka tariipm 4:iiiim Kiiwipm For additional information coi.sult the ticket agent. J. D. RAHNER, General Passenger Agent. New Note To England Washington. Vnited States gov ernment officials had under consider ation with the new American note to Great Britain concerning ueiays io neutral commerce the latest British memorandum on the subject. The British note, which was published in Washington and in London, explains in detail measures taken by the lru- Isli government to minimize incon veniences to neuirai couum-n" .iii.ii.-i the order in council. The claim is made, however, that Americans have no just ground lor eonipiaini.. TRANSPORTATION TIED UP Chicago In Throes Of Immense Strike. Several Acts Of Violence Are Reported 'that -Judge Walton would appeal nmer hervillbeno cou,.t fo). Xewman3 resbyterian or Kpis-i, v it of habeas corpus, l.nt u- .ivnnifemetlt , - ,. .- .1 ., No. 666 Five ot ri iof will break njr cue iVi.ken then u tonic the Fever will not I. " on the live, better h.n CJome! .nd doet not npe or ..cken. 25c llurinpr the sum service at the 1 conal churches, but by arrangement of the Baptist and .Methodist pastors. there will be services at these churches on alternate Sundays. Last Sunday the service was at the l.aptis church. Next Sunday it will be at the Methodist church. Other denomi nations represented here always take a summer vacation, and yet it is a fact that home people appear to tun out at church service in greater num bers in summer than in the winter sea sun. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Norton will ar live home today after a coupls months L-pent in New York and other no-i'.er'i stales. Mrs. Norton has spent :n. s-t of her t.nc at her fathers b.r-me -n the Hudson. Since the ad.iouvnni.-nt of the General Assembly of the I'res bvterian church at Rochester, N. Y., near the end of May, Mr. Norton has teen sight-seeing. lie nas vi.a.uu many points of interest, and has irit ed his old home in Michigan which ha left 31 vears ago to come to Flori da. He also enjoyea a pleasant visit ivith his brother. Hon. A. J. Norton, in Chicago. On Thursday of last ,v.ek he was at the celebrated Lake Mohonk Mountain House, Lake Mo- honk, N. i. account of which is on another page. Had Him Guessing. 'Tardon me, old man, but people are wondering how you can afford to buy vonr wife the clothes she selects. I dnn't blame 'em. I wonder my self." Oonosite Results. "That actress has had a paradoxi cal career.' 'Tn what wav? 'She's come forward so because she had so much backing B B G D E e B a c a a a ATLANTIC COAST LINE w THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH Schedule Effective April 5th, 1915. THROUGH TRAINS TO NEW YORK DAILY No. 82 No. 86 No. 80 I j v, Jacksonville. Ar. Nitvannah Ai'. KiHtinoml Ar. Wushinton . Ar. HiilUnto'e A r. IMiiltiilcIphiu. A r. Nt'v York . PJ:."riipin . .r.:Jniiin . K:5min . Ki:7nin lL':t"ipni fi::t.i)m !:1miui l:.")ii)ni ti;iti.mi dp i k'::ifnin siOnjmi 11 ;;')i'iin 4:2)Hiii 7;;;ain All steel Equipment. Free Reclining Chair Cars to Washington. Dining Car Service on Trains 82 and 86. Sleeper to Savannah on Train 80. For information andiRpservations, phone or write J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., HilUboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. 138 Wi Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla, m lis nil B c 13 a B O 0 ccBcccccHnannnaaDECEBDBcitKaKKnaaiaaiaaanBBriCBcrBBirBBriBD Sliaht Mistake. what ,in vn-.i think? Jim got a dog license by mistake when be applied fnr a niarriaee lvg-'nse. "That doesn't make mucn ainereuce. He'll lead a dog's life anyway. Its Burdtn. "Gwendolyn says she has a weight B her mind." "How so?" 'She's got ber feather fixed all right." Chicago. Complete tie-up ot all sur face transportation lines uiw Chicago street railway employees' strike. The elevated companies are mining occasional trains over pan 01 the sysiem, but tliese carry iew yaa- engers and make irregular stops. . few minor acts or violence wc-it. im ported. Prospects of the united states uvei- e naL- Pnrlf seeing tne operauuu ui mo - division of .the elevated were seen in an order by Federal Judge U c. iuhu- saat, directing Samuel insuii, for the Oak Park elevated, to resume operations immediately and to report. anv unlawful interterence or uuuu- ' . ...1 ..Mauai- for tion liv any persons nuumnucv.. such action as the court may deem proper." Willi normal transportation mt-oun totally paralyzed, Chicago's population walked to work or rode in automo biles steam trains or buses which in cluded vehicles of all descriptions, nnL'iiv.' from converted ice wagons lu 1 :.U nn. huge delivery motor iruciis nu for 40 or 50 passengers. Speaker And Governor Laborer St. Louis. Governor Major of Mis- i .i L.iia.lipv nf thA court anu inauip v mm. i-h."-- national house of representatives, cel ebrated Missouri Good Roads Day by working on the roads near jenerson City, side by side witb twenty-nve con victs from the state penuienuai. Good ltoads Pay was generaly observ ed throughout the eastern section of the state. Maintain Silence In Dardanelles London. There have been so many rumors recently that the allies had forced the Dardanelles that hir James H. Dalaiel asked Premier Asquith in the house of commons if there was any truth in the reports. "None what ever," was the reply. The premier said it was not in the public interest to say anything now about the Dar danelles. "The operations are of the highest importance," he added, "and they will be pushed to a successful conclusion beyond the shadow of any doubt whatever." W. A. iERRYDAY CO. DEALERS IN. Crate Material of all Kinds. Fruit and Vegetable Wraps. - FLORIDA Had Been There Before. Dasher had evidently had experi ence. Lasher "We're going to have gome amateur theatricals at my house next week and a big Bupper after ward. Can you be there?" Dasher "Oh, I'll be there, old man, but er 1 may be late." Gone To Summer "Caffrtai Washington. President Wilson left trin to Roslyn. N. Y., and Cor nish, N. H., intending to be away from Washington until July 6. The president spent a day with his friend, Col. E. M. House, of Roslyn, leaving there for the "Summer White House" at Cornish. This will be the first time the president has seen Colonel House since his return from Europe. They discussed the war situation gen erally and the colonel informed the president of the views he gained from European officials. Working Women Enter Protest Washington. President Wilson re ceived a delegation from the National Women's Trade Union League present ing resolutions opposing war and ad ncntine an embargo on war exports. The president expressed deep interest. "Of course," he said, we m favor of peace." The delegation told the president their organization, rep resenting 100,000 working women, would resist any attempt to embroil the United States in th European war, or to conduct any armed inter ference in the affairs ot Mexico. Birth of Well-Known Society. The first society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded In England in 1S24 Vy Mr. Martin, M. P. 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." "So it was, but I had hard work to get It away from the lawyers." Life. State of Ohio, City of Toledo. 1 -j Lucas County. ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Chenev & Co., dotnff business In the Cltv of Toledo, County and State afore said, and that said firm will pav the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. 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