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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915. THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA, FLA. PAGE NO. SEVEN LOUNDS DRUG GO. CRESCENT CITY, FLA. OUR SPECIALTY IS THE SC1EN TIFIC PREPARATION OF MEDICINES. We are alio 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 D REAL ESTATE CRESCENT CITY FLORIDA Crescent Hill lots on easy terms. 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 ytars. 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 portt 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'. Automobile ami Boat Liue. Auto meets all trains at Crescent City Junction Night trains by appointment. S. M. LaBREE, Manager. Creaceut Citv. Florida. I. Spen-cer, Dentist. Offlss at Rotldence'oii Prospect Btreet. Crescent City. Florida. T- dpwt VnvnUhpil Rooms fron ting on Central avenue and overlook ing beautiful Lake Crescent. Apply Mrs. M. J. Miner, tresrein s. xTf t mifshinp hut to shine upon, his neighbors is the successful munV mission. Towne. "Oh!" said the fly, as it crawled a u KitiU " I have missed the itlUUHU ,HC lVfci...-, - J hatching age, the creeping ace, aiui i now I am in the mucilage" tuck. Dreams. The seven-year-old boy who told his sister that "dreams are only mov ing pictures in your mind" gave p better definition of the fancies of slumber than can be found in the dictionaries. annually. if I BEAMS CHANNELS ANGLES and All Shapes. TRUSS RODS STAY BOLTS IRONWORK of All Kinds. BOILER PLATE TANK STEEL STRUC TURAL FIRE ESCAPES HARD WOODS. Competent Force of Work men for Road Work. t PERSONAL AND SOCIAL i Do your Christmas shopping soon er. Dr. and Mrs. Bcggs were visitors to Palatka on Monday. Mrs. Carrier is on a visit to her son, W. B. Carrier, in Winter Haven. ! Mrs. L. A. Hurlbut entertained the Carlyle Class most delightfully last i week. I Prices of fruit as shown by returns to shippers are better than last year. In some cases they are satisfactory; n other cases there is lack of satis- ' faction. ( Louis Newsome left for his ihome in La Gloria, Cuba, last Sunday. He will make stops at St. Petersburg and Tampa, and expected to sail for Havana from the latter city some day I this week. J R. B. Bethel has purchased of .Chester Norton's agency an Overland ! touring car of the lOlti pattern, and , Miss Eva Bethel is driving it and the whole family is getting added pleas ure from its use. i Four thousand dollars in cash was paid out at the Crescent City packing nouses last Saturday afternoon. This does not include the checks paid out bv the Exchange packing house or by Crutchfield & Woolfolk. It was cold cash. Mr. and Mrs. K. Borson and Miss Carolyn Stone motored to Palatka on Monday to do some Christmas shop ping. The editor also enjoyed the ride down with the party and is under ob- f i nr n r I ngaiion to -ir. anu -urs .oursuii iui 1 a most delightful outing. I Mrs. W. M. Chenery, a neighbor of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Libby, of Portland, Maine, came with them to spend the winter, and is already a J most popular personage socially. Mrs. Chenery is delighted with Cres 'cent City and can be counted on in the years to come as one more of our staunch friends and missionaries j in the northland. Friends here of Mrs. L. W. Denham : will be glad to know that she is j rapidly improving from a serious op I eration at the DeSoto Sanitarium, i Jacksonville, several weeks ago. Mrs. Dennam was taKen 10 uie nume ui her mother, Mrs. C. B. Hodges, last week Wednesday, where she will make her home. Mrs. Hodges lives at 22Jfi Libertv street, Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gary of Mas sachusetts arrived last week and have again opened their pleasant win ter home on Summit street. With them this year to spend the winter is Mrs. Margaret F. Noyes. a friend also from Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Shattuck of Michigan, who usually spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Cary, will not come down until after the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Owen of Frank- ilin. Tenn., expect to spend the holi day season here the guests of Miss I Bessie A. Williams. Mrs. Owen will ,be best remembered in Crescent City jus Miss Bowman for several years assistant principal of our high school land popular with all children and grown-uos. Possibly the visit of no r.no of tliia timp wnuld create as pen- em! pleasure as the anticipated visit of Mrs. Owen. This afternoon at Grove Hall the Ladies' Aid Society of the Presby terian church will entertain all friends with a social tea and sale of aprons. The tea feature is called a "Silver T,,., " Tn nthpr words vou sip the tea ami lay down a bit of silver mon ev. This monev goes n am ot me I church work. The invitation is to all, and the ladies are hoping that there will be a universal response to their universal invitation. From 3 to ." this afternoon. j ("apt. Geo. U. Beach of Savannah '.-pent Monday and a nart of Tuesday , here ccompanicd on his visit by Mr. 'Howard Ball of Weedsport, N. Y. C-ipt Bench is one of the founders of the Beach .v. Miller Line, selling his interest in 1 SS"i and going to Savan nah, where he has made a fortune op erating a line of steamers between Sa ,vaw' and Ber.ufort. S. C. He has V. warm spot in his heart for ( rescent Yi'v vhcre he lived from 18S0 to vi.-,, and expressed himself with niiil.' at the advancement made here in rivic' improvements. v 1 S. llondnx. for tne pasi v'e-ir pastor of the Methodist h 'left nn Tuesday for Tampa to ,1 the meeting of the Honda An- i Conf.nence-the T'-M of Metho-i-i. ,.;.i.. .in l.e nrpsideil over l!i.r,,n II ('. Morrison. It is not i ui'th;lt Mr. Hendrix will be re ;.,, , Crescent Citv. in far. ;, wha, V said to The News man , nfer that he win nm, " " i iirned to some otn .f" ...nr-e mcan a ,,. ,., C!V"'!lt C'tV. hildren. we mean: toirether to cele ry r.ext week l-'ri-i-ani. I if" Epi--.;, Baptists and ...i.verians will all two chur altei r.ual The sale of fancy goods, candy and food held by the ladies of the Eastern Star on Saturday last in the Horton store was an unprecedented success as such sales go. The ladies sold every item in stock; as one lady put it, "there wasn't a sandwich not a erumb left; and every fancy ar ticle and scrap of candy was sold. We actually made the nice sum of $57.63 from the sale. It was great and we are under lasting obligations to the good people of the town who patronized us so generously." The committee in charge of the peninsular good road movement held a meeting at Pomona on Friday last and appointed two committees one to look into the brick road proposi tion, and one to investigate the sand asphalt road material. Mr. B. F. Tillinghast of this' place is at head of the latter committee and will probably make a visit to Lake county to in vestigate the sand-asphalt roads of that county. By a quite unanimous consent of property holders the brick idea has been abandoned as impracti cable. The cost would be out of all proportion with our ability to pay. Alfred Clay is laid up for some ten days or two weeks as a result of a painful mishap, and the towns people are therefore having their pleasure from his winsome smile postponed. Mr. and Mrs. Clay only reached here last Thursday. On Friday while as sisting in lifting a large box to the porch Mr. Clay made a mistep, lost his hold and strained the muscles of his back. It was a painful, though not serious accident, and the worst of it all is he is obliged to lay in bed while the fish are taunting him. But the fish won't taunt long. The Clay fishing tackle is polished and ready and the Clay smile will soon beckon them to the hook. Major J. L. Burton is ill; the ma jor was taken sick on Sunday and Dr. Beggs who is attending him says -that he will likely pull through all right, though a man of the major's age is always in greater danger than a youn ger man. Major Burton himself owns to his advancing years and we all must recognize the disagreeable fact. For it is a cause of genuine regret to see this once powerful man, this leading man of his day in Cres cent City, in decline; we want him with us always, but that cannot be. He was one of the early pioneers and to him must go the greater credit for the introduction of modern citrus culture here. Major Burton is a vet eran soldier of the Confederacy, of four years' service; a hero of the lost cause never fully reconstructed. But his heart! Man, the Burton heart is of ox-like proportions. It was Ma jor Burton who extended the right hand of fellowship to the first Yankee settlers. He made them feel the wel come that was sincere. He called on them and brought them the choicest fruits from his grove and the fresh est vegetables from his winter gar den vegetables that were always ready for the table at all seasons of the year. He kept this up till his strength failed. He was always the courteous gentleman of the old school no hypocracy about the major; he spoke his thouehts, but his thoughts were always kindly. Hundreds, yes thousands of strangers who have been here during the more than forty years of the major's residence, are blessing his name today in every state in the union. They may forget some of us, but never the major and his kindly welcome. He's old now and the fee bleness of years is upon him; and for this reason Crescent City loves him the more. We hope he is better as we write these lines, and we hope he may be spared us yet many moons, months, years, free from pain and penalties of age and free to enioy life among those who will remember his kindly, generous and useful life long after his spirit has returned to his Maker and i.'s body is dust. U Want to Banish Cattle. The V. I. A. has it in mind to turn its energies against the "lowing herds that wind slowly o'er the lea" of Crescent City. In other words the association ob jects longer to having the streets of the town devoted to cow pasture uses. They have too much respect for our recently laid concrete sidewalks. The ladies are willing to admit in order to save argument that "the cattle upon a thousand hills" are His; that the cow is a useful animal, capable of imr bred into a thing of rural beauty and value, that it yields under proper pressure a supply of milk and butter and clabber and bovine virus, but they me tired of seeing streets of this little town dedicated to them. Pome women are afraid of cows; their early "Come, Bos" educati n was neglected by reason of being rais ed in a city fiat. Many of those whs show greatest fear are the "stran gers within our gate," people whom we have welcomed "to our midst." W!.en these women see a cow coming, no matter how friendly the purpose rat! that he will T--i M ,.!i-t--and I! L'i't h.i-' ' Audit" idlrl- : and Pi til, vip:iti"' ';,r ther . i.u., of ,11 1",1, ite. -hool w Hi ir ther for every who have Santa pro '., l..ok ir Auditorium enclo heaminsr in an- l,at S:" t:i inn- " -I ot be able to ted ,o,l wh i-h is the other; .,(!,. Thi- is a town ,,' ki,l- and all are m- 1-hoV. 'It I"' ",",''in!- ,,f ','r.etn. I'll! r .... .,U all invited' ,.'; 'uli of happy .,.,) to cure them "I i. ., union affair. o'nTia.eiv -; " J- all are m-o- thev can .. 7:oO tho leromc i.-itioil the i evpei JACKSONVILLE . FLORIDA children ! their h l.,.l am ',..,;.ottiona , it- hles-ine-. piowded j;;,,,',,,,,. , little children, fun is to begin. Why You Should Use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Because it has an established repu tation won by its good works. Because it is most esteemed by those who have used it for many years, as occasion required, and are iiest acquainted with its good quali- tKBecause it loosens and relieves a 'cold and aids nature in restoring the svstem to a healthy condition. ' Because it docs not contain opium or anv other narcotic. Because it is within the reach of all. It only costs a quarter. Ob tainable everywhere. "lllK ONLY ONE IN FLORIDA." i The Enterprising Specialty Co. of , ,!;:tUa. Ma.', will nil the best gar, PUed tucar at lie per lb., and all ofh- ; " Inoceries will be retailed at whole prices. S.nd yur name- .n , , U.1 to box 'U for pnv. Int. if you ;v,,h to reduce ihe cost of !ivw of the cow, they make for ths near est gate; in one or two instances there was no handy gate' and they have bolted the fence. Did you ever see a gently nourished society woman attempt to climb a fence? If not you have missed one of the most soul ful of life's comedies. As a rule our cattle are domesti cated, gentle, even affectionate as ani male go, reasonable and willing to give ladies the undisputed right of way. However, we once saw a bo vine of the masculine gender dack its head, I oliow and make a dive fo. a lit tle girl in a red dress. This child, the daughter of a regularly ordained preacher of the gospel of peace, man aged to get within an enclosure and escaped the pleasure of having her obituary n. The News. But she has since b(;cn mere or less tinrd concein- ;Ilg Clf.tll Surely this association is right. The time is at hand, is now ripe, when there should be an anti-cattle ordi nance on our local law book. The ladies are doing their utmost to make a pretty town and they should have ev ery encouragement. Our streets, while lacking in many of the essen tials to real urban, boulevards, arc nevertheless the best we have and were dentined by our forefathers who laid out the town for something more enterprising than mere cow pastures. And it is little less than cruel that wo should be constantly reminded of our Arcadian simplicity, our bucolic na. tures by these bovine trade-marks which stain and otherwise mar the beauty of our DeLand laid con crete in the gloaming, when there i? danger of contamination. In Menioriam. At a meeting of the Ladies' Aid So ciety of the Presbyterian church last week, the following resolutions on the death of Mrs. C. Oliver Chamberlin were passed: "Whereas, Mrs. Oliver Chamberlin, formerly secretary of the Ladies' Aid Society, has been removed from us by death, and "Whereas, she was a faithful, loyal member of this society. "Whereas, we are going to sadly miss her sunny presence in our homes and in our places of meeting, her sweet voice in the church choir, her helpful hand in trouble and her kind ly ways at all times; now, therefore, be it "Resolved, by the Ladies' Aid Socie ty in meeting as9embed, that in the death of Mrs. Chamberlin we feel we have lost a strong member, and it be further, "Resolved, that to her husband, Mr. Oliver Chamberlin, this society ex tends its sincere sympathy, assuring him that his sfirrow is our sorrow; and be it further "Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be sent to Mr. Chamber lin, to the Palatka News, and be en tered in the records of this society "Signed: Mrs. K. Borson, Mrs. C. H. Cash. Mrs. J. C. Grimsley, Miss A. R. Kendall." Cemetery Association's Good Work. Have you taken a look at the im provements made by the Cemetery Association during the past week or two? If not, do so soon. It will do you eood to know that there is an associa te of men and women who are inter ested in making our "City of the Dead" presentable to the living. A cemetery ougfht never to be just a dumping ground for the dead, a place grown up in weeds and- under brush, a brousing ground for cattle and hogs. But that is just what Eden cemetery has been in the past. O yes, there was individual grief and community sorrow when we laid away our dead; there will be no more of it now; but the living have more respect for themselves now that there is some interest being shown in this "God's Acre" of ours. And there will be less fear of death among us. That bodily "bourne from which no traveler returns" has been discovered and made fit; the grave has been robbed of a number of its terrors. The first move of the association resulted in a beautiful and permanent fence stretching across the full front of the cemetery, including the Catho lic cemetery adjoining on the north. Between these two cemeteries it is the purpose of the association with the full consent of the Catholic cem etery trustees, to grow a pretty hedge. Within the past two weeks the en tire cemetery has been cleaned of weeds and underbrush, and even now the place looks as if a higher civili zation was working in behalf of our final resting place. The association has a plan for beau tifying this cemetery, though it is not fullv developed. The association has been in correspondence with simi lar association in Orlando and other Florida cities which have a pride m their cemeteries and from these it will evolve a plan of landscape gard ening and ornamentation which shculd and will appeal to us all. Naturally the association will have to make rules for lot owners to follow in or der that their plans of ornamentation mav not miscarry. Here are some adopted at a meetine of the associa tion held last week Thursday: 'Rf solved bv the trustees of the Cemetery Association that no lit or rtrave shall be enclosed or defined by any fence, wall, railing, helge, coding, cn banhment, or any obstnuV'.-i, (v c.'i't b;- h marker at each corner of the lot, approved by the trv-t.-i-s. That no grave shall be rounded up or elevated more than four inches, after the earth settles; that fences, walls, railing, copings and embankments now standing shall be taken down as soon as practicable unless of a per manent and expensive nature." It is presumed that the association will, after it has settled upon a plan of ornamentation, permit certain style lot enclosures, but any way it seems to The News that we can all trust Florida East Goast Railway Go. FLAGLER SYSTEM 21 Daily 41 Uui'y 37 Daily Daily C.301M 8 2(1 Am 8.. Ml AM 12.51 n 5 . 00 PS Sri- N ... B . 00 PH ... '.2f .. 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Lv 1 1.42 AM L.ll 30AH Daily x Sun KISSIMMEB VALLEY BKANCII T3T". Daily ; ex tisn 4 00 PMI 5 10PM 5 52 PM 6 18PM 6.40 PM! 654 PM 7 58 PM 8.49 PM 4 49 PM 10 05 PM II 00PM Lv Titnsville Ar I 00 P. Lv nlu.vtoa.0 lv 12.0141. lv (.cneva Arll.OoAsl. Lv Chulil.its Arl().40Uf Lv Bithlo ArlOlSJi Lv Po.alaw Ar.0 04 Lv Holnpaw AV 9 00JI It Kcnausville. lv 8.10Ai Lv Osowaw Lv 7 lOAtl lv Fort Drum lv B.54Aa1v Ar . Okeechobee Lvl 0 00AM Connections made at Key West with P & O. Sfs. Co . for HaTana. These timetables show the time at which trains may be expected to arrive and depart from the several stations, but their arrial or departure at the timea stated is nut guaranteed nor is this Company ta bs ; held responsible for any delay or any consequences arising therefrom. Subject to change without Botlcw , For copy of Local Time Card or other information "Sea tha Ticket Agent." . J. D. RAHNER. General Passenger Agent, St. Augustine, Florida nBBEBEonaaaBaBasBBBBMnQnaannaBnBBBBB"BDna,,IB,,,,,1,,nBB,'B ATLANTIC COAST LINE THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH Schedule Effective April 5th, 1915. THROUGH TRAINS TO NEW YORK DAILY No. 82 No. 86 No. 80 Lv. Jacksonville :10am 1:35pm KiHipm Ar. HHvaunah 1:15pm 5:il5im li!:f.Kin Ar. Itlrliuiond fi:'2Hftin Hilxnni KiiKipm Ar. Washington 7:iam 12:H8pin Jllflllpin Ar. Baltimore :ii5am l:6iipm li.wan' Ar. HhilHdelphia 11:115pm 4:(eipin 4:2oam Ar, New York 1:40pm 0:2(ipni 7:13ani All steel Equipment. Free Reclinini" Chair Cars to Washington. Dining Cai Service on Trains 82 and 86. Sleeper to Savannah on Train 80. For informationandReservatiori8, phone or write m m J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla Oi j W. A. MERRYDAY CO. DEALERS IN; Crate Material of all Kinds. Fruit and Vegetable Wraps. PALATKA FLORIDA PUTNAM PHARMACY PALATKA. FLORIDA Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and Patents PRESCRIPTIONS OARS FULLY COMPOUNDED. KREflH GARMEN HKKIt. Agents Mallory Htenmslitp Llns these patriotic people who are doing the work as an association to build us a city beautiful that will honor our dead" and be a source of pride to the livinp;. The trustees of the association are: E. H. Williams, president; B. F. Til -linfthast, vice-president; K. Borson, trustee at large; Miss Bessie A. Wil liams, treasurer, and Mrs. M. P. La Bree, secretary. But Who Tells the Neighbor? It is only national history that re peats itself. Your private history is repeated by your neighbor. Woman's Home Companion. This world is to the sharpest, heav en to the most worthy. Hamilton. LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED Quick's Chill Tonic cured my hus band of LaGrippe and Fever after the doctor's medicine and other remedies failed." I.UT.A C. ROACH, Prifton, Fla. Sold by J. H. Haughton. Owes Her Oood Health to Chamber- Iain's Tablets. "I owe mv good health to Cham berlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. R. G. Neff, Crookston, Ohio. "Two years ago I was an invalid due to stom ach .trouble. I took three bottles of these Tablets and have since been ;n the best of health." Obtainable everywhere. JACKSON, MISS., MAN Tells How To Cure Chronic Cough Jackson, Miss. "I am a carpenter, and the grippe left me with a chronic cough, run-down, worn out and weak. I took all kinds of cough syrups without help. I read about Vinol and decided to try it Before I had taken a bottle I felt better, and after taking two bottles my cough is entirely cured, and 1 have Eained new vim and energy." John L. IENNIS. Vinol is a delicious cod liver and iron tonic, guaranteed for coughs, colds and bronchitis and for all weak, run-down conditions. Arkerman-Stewart Drug Co. Palatka.