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IDAY, JANUARY 14th, 1916. THE PALATKA NEWS. PALATKA. FLA. ;UIIDS DRUG CO. CRESCENT CITY, FLA. "I SPECIALTY IS THE SCIEN 1FIC PREPARATION OF . MEDICINES. I are alio headquarters for vatent Medicinei, Stationery and Garden Seed. ?lendid line of Toilet Requisites always a feature of our stock and we offer for the winter eason a well selected line V, ef Florida Souvenirs. Illi I! H j REAL I ESTATE ASCENT CITY FLORIDA scent Hill lots on J easy terms. ' 3EACH & MILLER LINE i by your Home Company. It , L nccessfully operated for the l People in season and out of t for thirty ytars. No better I can be had over any line, t Home Industry and thereby . your money in circulation at mer Crescent City leaves Cres i Palatka. Jacksonville and way It 6.30 ".m., on Mondays, idays and Fridays, s Jacksonville on Tuesdays, ays and Saturdays. f E. T. CLARK, jManager. Jacksonville. Fla. . nt City Transfer Co'. Bmobile and Boat Liue. weets all trains at Crescent City Bbosv, Night trains by appointment. 3. IL LaBREE, Manager. -ent Citv, Florida. iTspcxicex, Dentist. flies at Re.ldence on Prospect Street. Crescent City. Florida. CJt '' SALE One thoroughbred e turkey Tom and two hens, I ). Nine pullets and a young tor, nearly all White Leg-horn, 0. MRS. JOE JONES, Hunting-Fl. LAKE COMO NEWS. . and Mrs. J. Law Redman of klyn, N. Y. are guests at the .'.land House. Their many nds lire pleased to see them back Vind Mrs. John Garniss, a high Umed couple from New York r, ar guests at All-View Cottage. v. W. T. Evans is attending the nal conference of his church which ling1 held at St. Augustine. He accompanied by Miss Flossie Ev- V Haymart of Hackensack, N. siting his father and brother. Lillian Skalak has been con i bed with the la-grippe, but is Wound again. Is. were held at the M. E. lunday morning. Miss Flos- led the League meeting in pg. I Wills of Syracuse, N. Y., 5s' at the Highland House. IT Scab Before New Growth Starts. l.one of the most serious cit 1 and its control depends on raying. The new growth is V infected and it is often at tore the buds are fully open. are especially liable at this Ise the young shoots are ten i ess able to resist. If t ! ; of scab the new growth will 0 contaminated. '.. tevens, plant pathologist to 1 ity of Florida Experiment tggests that growers get ly jray. Ammoniacal solution c carbonate or bordeaux mix i ontrol scab. Mix 5 ounces " pper carbonate with water i t laste. Add 3 pints of am ' pour the whole into 50 gal i iter. The bordeaux should reak, about 3:3:50. ; he age and old infections lid I .-overed with the spray. This kill i ny snores that may appear r. If the fruit has not been pick 'rom the trees, use only the am liacal solution, since the bordeaux -"iscolor it. 7PE AND FEVER CURED v Chill Tonic cured mv hus lGrippe and Fever after the edicine and other remedies T ROACH, Drifton, Fla. J. H. Haughton. CRESCENT CITY NEWS 4 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ? T T II on snout, several davs last X liu.i w. t - ar week in Jacksonville. rnmrnissinner Alvers is here this week with the big county road scraper Dutting the roads of this section in order. K. M. White returned on Saturday from . his trip to Moline, 111., whither .ironf with the hodv of hia father 11? nviiti ... j whose death "occurred some three weeks ago. Mrs. C. Lyon and her daughter, Mioa F.vii T.von of Detroit. . Mich., were expected to arrive this week for their usual winter stay in tne i.yon home. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Shattuck of Litchfield, Michigan, arrived last week and as usual will spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cary. All are pleased over the return of this popular couple. s Complaint is made that The News does not publish all the news of the place, but this was made because the paper declined to publish something that was putrid. We will have to be excused. Mrs. M. J. Gillan of Bamburg, S..C, who has been visiting at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirk land for some weeks, left yester day for Miami, where she will visit other relatives for a time. Hon. H. A. B. McKenzie, editor of the Palatka Times-Herald, and his cousin, Mr. George Bowman of Virgin ia, came up on FrWay of last week and remained over for a day with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirkland, at their home north-west of town. At a dinner given at their home, 2238 Washington avenue, New York city, recently, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brusie, formerly of Crescent City, announced the engagement of their daughter, Beatrice, to Mr. William W. Crane of Newark, N. J. The Chancel Guild of the Episcopal church is to give a "Silver Tea" at the home of Miss Bessie A. Williams next Tuesday evening, the 18th inst., at 7:30 o'clock. Besides the refresh ments there will be a specially fine musical program. Every one is cor dially invited. Mrs. J. J. Hor'ton arrived last week and will make her home for the win ter at Grove Hall. Mrs. Horton ha3 v.oon r. minor t.n Crescent Citv for up wards of thirty years and for a num ber of years has owned tne nome av the corner of Central avenue and Summit street. M. H. Read has been very ill for some days for more than a week and for a time his condition was criti calbut at last reports he was im- . . ! ... ...A n.A n.la1 trt QlUldllflPf. JJIUVlIlg, W IS1 ...... Mr. Reed is one of the old land marks of Crescent City and wnen ne De comes ill the whole town is deeply moved. The moving picture displays for the po.st week are aid to have been most excellent, especially that of Saturday night. The committee in charge of the pictures has an ' arrangement whereby they secure new pictures and only the best. The attendance each night has been sufficient to fill the theater. Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick of New York are expected to arrive in the city tomorrow, and as usual will ho nr. lirnvp Hall. Mr. McCormick is one of Crescent City's great grove owners, having under cultivation mo acres than any other man or firm. He also maintains a large community packing house here. The U. S. Fish Commissioner's rep. resentative passed through here last Tuesday and was met at the junction by Capt. LaBree and others who re ceived from him a consignment of fish fry for Lake Stella. The fry is of the big mouth black bass variety, and was secured from the government through efforts of President Tilling fencf nf tho hnard of trade. We can hear Ernest Mathis voice in the future as he says: "Come along, boys, the fishin s fine. Rev. Dr. T. F. Herndon, efficiency secretary of the Baptist State Board of Missions, is here this week con ducting a series of evangelistic meet ings in the Baptist church. Dr. Hern don willl terminate the series on Sun day night He will preach at both the morning and evening service on Sunday. Thj reverend gentleman is an old and successful pastor and his coming to hold these meetings is ex pected to advance the interest in the local church and add numbers to its membership. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres. byterian church has announced that it will irive a "Chicken Supper'" in the church chapel on Friday night, Jan. 28th. The ladies will prepare a bountiful supper with, chicken as a basis and which will include Waldorf salad, hot rolls, maccaroni and cheese, June Deas. fresh beets, pickles, cake, ambrosia, coffee and tea. The ladies are really going to give an ecellent supper, worth more than the 50 cents it is going to cost, and to which they want all the Deonle of the place to attend. The supper will be served from 5:30 to 8 o'clock. The evangelistic meetings during the Week of Prayer conducted by the pastors of the Methodist, Baptist and Presbyterian churches closed on Sun day night with a union service at the Auditorium, which service despite the inclement weather was attended by a large congregation. Mrs. Cleo Gau- tier presided at the piano and the singing was led by a large choir - joined in by the congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Hale also sang a solo. The sermon was by Rev. G. W. Stubbs of the Methodist church, and is being generally commented on as a splendid effort. During the meetings several have expressed a desire to lead a Christian life. Mrs. Meek, wife of Dr. A. J. Meek of Chicago and Mr. and J. L. Davis, of Tonisett,- Mass., are at the Has kell House for the winter. The new theater building of the V. I. is fast nearing completion. Last week the new concrete, steps leading to the entrance were laid and tha tiled flooring of the foyer. Mr. Raiferty is new at work cr- the interior, thaugh much is to be done before the build ing will be ready for occupancy. The furnace was also installed last week. When this theater is completed Cres cent City will have one of the pretti est, most cosy theaters in the entire state. Mrs. J. Fairfield Carpenter will en tertain at her home on Park street tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at a benefit for the Tennis Club. In ad dition to a program there will be re- freshmVits and the invitation is eral . The News hopes there will be a general attendance of Crescent City people. Mrs. Carpenter has proved herself a most charming hostess and when she tells the people they "just must come," put it down that she has something nice in store for them by way of entertainment. , V. I. A. Annual Fair. At the regular meeting of the V., I. A An Mnnrlnv Inst. if. wan decided to hold the Fifth Annual Fair of the organization on Feb. 25-z7. lhe la- Aaa nro nnnlrincr mnsf. nt.t.mptwfl TllanR for this event, and promise many new features, notice oi wnicn win De giv en later. Clay County to Have Big Live Stock Ranch. The Extension Division of the Uni versity of Florida has received inqui ries from an Ohio company concerning cattle and hog raising in Clay county. The company has purchased 22,647 acres of land there and proposes to make a big hog and cattle ranch of it. From the text of the inquiry it seems that they will farm the land intensive ly. It will be fenced, and corn, Jap anese cane, and sorghum will be rais ed for silage crops. Corn will also be raised as a grain crop. Cottonseed meal will be used to furnish concen trates. All these crops will be raised in addition to the native pasture. For the hogs they will grow com, velvet beans, and peanuts as grain crops with which to finish the hogs. I A liberal supply of forage crops will be grown in rotation so that pastures may be had the year round. Essex rape and oats will furnish this in win ter and sorghums and cowpeas in the J summer and fall. The most difficult time to have pasture is between March 15 and May 1. Extra precautions must be made for this time as condi tionsdemand. I This proposition could be duplicated in every county in the state. The foregoing cropping plan was worked out by A. r. Spencer, district agent, and it shows what can be done on large and small farms alike. The plan for the hogs is especially good. Note that all the feed can be grown on the farm. Pasture is the cheapest pig feed and that can be provided practically all the year in Honda. Hunter-Branch Wedding. The marriage of Miss Alice Louise Hunter, daughter of Mrs. C. J. Hun ter, and Mr. Overby Croswell Branch, occurred on Sunday morning at the hnmo rf n a hriHo'a mother on Oak- wood avenue, and was attended by on ly the relatives and a tew close irienas of the bride. The ceremony was per formed by Rev. R. S. Burris of the Presbyterian church at 10 a. m. ter a wedding breakfast had been served and the bride had cut the bride's cake, the young couple depart ed for Jacksonville where they ex pect to spend a brief honeymoon. The bride has long been one of the popular young ladies of the place and is a most attractive and charming imuno- aAxr Vnr some time past she has filled the position of .book-keeper in the BanK ot urescent tity. ivir. TironpVi is frnm OeorpHa. but for sev eral seasons has been engaged here as an assistant at tne pacKing nouse of the Cruthchfield-Woolfolk Co. He is very popular with the young peo ple of the place. Cemetery Association Makes Appeal. The Crescent City Cemetery Asso ciation held its annual meeting on Monday night when officers were elected for the ensuing year and oth er matters attended to. The asso ciation finds itself very much in need of funds to carry on the work of im provement in the cemetery, and as the annual assessment of $2.00 for each lot owner is due this month, it is hoped there will be a prompt res ponse to the appeals of the treas urer. During the past summer the asso ciation has made many improvements and the cemetery begins to look like something. It is attractive. These things cost money and as the associ ation has no funds except these an nual assessments, it is important that they be sent in promptly. Please remember this and get your portion in early. The officers of the association are: E. H. Williams, president; B. F. Til linghast, vice president; Mrs. S. M. LaBree, secretary; Miss Bessie A. Williams, treasurer; K. Borson, trus-tee-at-large. Prepare For Early Vegetables. Folks of North and Central Florida who like early vegetables 6hould build a cold frame in which to start the plants, Such vegetables as tomato, egg plant, and peppers for early transplanting may be started in this way. W. L. Floyd of the University of Florida College of Agriculture give3 the following directions for making the frame: A frame 6 by 12 feet will accommodate four hotbed sashes, 3 by 6 feet." This will be large enough for the ordinary home garden. It should be built on light well drained soil eith er level or sloping gently south. The frame ought to be lb to 20 inches high on the north and 8 to 10 inches on the south. The soil should be enriched with well rotted manure and commercial fertilizer. Do not make the soil as rich as that into which the plants are to be planted. If it is richer the plants will become stunted when they are transplanted, while if it is not so ncn tney win con. tinue growth unchecked. Plants started in this way will grow slowly so that by the time danger from frost is over they will be about the right size to plant out. The glass should be raised on warm days so that fresh air and sunshine will be ad mitted. A little ventilation is neces sary every day. If one cannot afford the glass un bleached muslin may be used instead. This should be attached to the north side permanently and fastened on the south side and ends so that it can be readily removed when a warm day comes. Unless cold threatens, the cover mav be left off at nieht. The hieh north side will ward off consider able cold wind. Tho loss hrnins n man has the easier it is for him to lose his head. "THE ONLY ONE IN FLORIDA." The Enterprising Specialty Co. of rliktka. Fla.. will sell the best gan- ulated suirar at 6c per lb., and all oth er groceries will be retailed at whole rle prices. Send your name an postal to box 4.51 for pri" list, if you wish to reduce tne cost oi iivmr lU-et. ENGLISH SPELLING. Consider, if You Please, the Words Victual and Tongue. Were you ever perplexed by English spelling? But what a foolish question! The rest of the world Is agreed that ths man who Insists he is never at a loss for the correct spelling of u word is u prevaricator of the nth degree. But liew did our siieecli linppen to be thus encumbered? The French use count less silent letters, but there Is such system .iliout their literatlon that tt can be mustered by the average mind. Gerniiin is absolutely phonetic, as are niost of the uoinnnce tongues. Greek was pronounced us It was spelled, and Latin is simplicity itself for all that the classical scholars disagree as to th sounds of .the vow els nud a few of the consonants. Mine. Bernhardt when she was urged to present her plays In the speech of the American people declared. "English is not a language; it In violent exercise. und Its spelling Is Impossible." Manv a schoolboy and girl will agree with her. What Justification Is there for such a word as "victual," which 'must be pronounced Just as it was in the days when It was spelled v-l-t-t-l-e? And. wlille we are on the subject of mir native tongue, bow shall we justify t-o-n-g-u-e. a spelling that is monstrous lu the light of the language's develop ment? I'p to the beginning of the nineteenth century Unit word was t-u-n-g. with here und there a pedantic faddist who put on airs when he wrote t-o-n-g-u-e. Our accepted spelling is an imitation of the French "tongue" just as victual is nn Imitation of the Latin "vletualiu." handed down by half bak ed scholars. St. Louis Globe Democrat- Went Back on His Authority. Leslie Stephen's single meeting with Freeuinn, the historian, was in the na ture of a collision. "I came in contact Willi bhu only once," he said, "lie wrote a life of Alfred for the Diction ary of National Biography under my editorship, but declined to do more because we had a difference of opiu ion as to whether Athelstane should be spelled with tin 'A. That was, I con less, a question to which I was culpa lily indifferent, but 1 had taken com petent advice, and my system (I forget what it was) had been elsewhere sanc tioned by the great historian Stubbs. Now, as Freeman was never tired of asserting the infallibility of Stubbs, I innocently thought that 1 might take refuge behind so eminent an authority. Tho result was that for once Freeman blasphemed Stubbs and refused to co operate any longer In an unscholarlike enterprise." Honest Praise. , An honest compliment was that paid to M. de Vendome, who, while com manding the French army In Italy, dis patched a jomig nobleman to announce to his master the victory which he had gained at Suxz'ara. The hitter while nl tempting to describe the battle be- ante several times much confused in his narrative, when, although the king ! in-served his gravity, the Duchess of Burgundy, who was present, laughed heartily that at last the young gen tleman said. "Sire, it is easier for M. .!e Veudnnie to win a battle thau for me to describe It." He Knew Her. She Keggle. dear, there Is something of the old time lovelight In your eyes tonight something about you that re minds me of those sweet days of long ago. I hope you have He Yes, I have a little left How much do you want this time? Household Minerals. Gold, silver, copier, quicksilver or mercury, iron, nickel, tin, zinc, lead and aluminum are the ten minerals generally to be found in every house. A fool's heart is in his tongue, but a wise man's tongue is In bis heart Quarlesi Constipation and Indigestion. "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets and must say they are the best I have ever used for constipation and indi gestion. 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PHARMACY PALATKA. FLORIDA 4 " Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and Patents PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. FHRRH GARDEN SEED. Agents Mallory Steamship Lin His Place. ' "Wbat person on the paper, sir. shall I give this article on "The Modern Femi nine Face?'" "I should say, from my observation of the subject, to the makeup man." Baltimore American. Juit a Lapse. Hokus I actually caught Longbow telling the truth yesterday. Pokus Wasn't be embarrassed I Hokus Only momentarily. lie Immediately tried to lie out of It Life. Repetition Desired. He Dearest this kiss tells yon all I have to say. Have you understood me? She Oh. please say It again. Boston Transcript A woman nowadays Is only as old as her clothes. Mrs. John Lane. . Why He Was Quiet. "What did he have to say for him self?" "Nothing. His wife was with him." Judge. AFTER GRIPPE Vinol Eestored Mr. Martin's Strength Wapakoneta, Ohio. "I am a fanner by occupation, and the grippe left mo with a bad cough and in a nervous, weak;, run-down condition, and I could not Beem to get anything to do me any good ' until I took Vinol which built me up, and my cough and'' nervousness are all gone, and 1 can truly say Vinol is all that is claimed for it' jAMEfc Martin. Vinol is a constitutional remedy for all weak, nervous and run-down condi tions of men, women and children, and or enrome cougna, cuius uu urvucwua. Ackerman-Stewart Drug Coi Palatka.