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JUNE 9, 1916. Great Naval Ba Off Danish THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATE .A A, FLA. ttle C oas sea Battle Has No Equal In ,1)0 LIVES WERE LOST . I I'l L,at c Pn ry afro in Intisn . . Retween Twen- f'pive and Thirty Warcraft Were V J Destroys nnf lifltwoan tho Ukh unci 'i'"nan fleets off the nt was the greatest uaval ,D , world's history. It is P. ..ww 150 warships took part Ut. to submarines, were de- jeir Adnuriu nwa if liis flag upon i" ui.c i.-, u... lvinfiblP, lost his life In. the en. ..nmOtit. This information and further de als of the mi;;"')' action were iv ,t tiy the ISrli isii admiralty in a ..official statement. This report J" . . r,X AAA f .loa.wl- jits tnnr me un,.,.- u u-ns me to f- ' linn. jiic Lpite was damaged by artillery s. Die admiralty denies that Zeppe- nlnved a prominent part in the ;Minj.' t1'10 a)ipeared on the seene, Vas stated, hut was quickly driven by pin lire. There was mormons loss of life DOng the r.ritMi otlicers, indicating it all had stuck to their posts and td bravely and according to the old ml traditions of England. htm British battleships' took part i the action. British papers claim that the ac- b iras a victory for England, the man fleet being put to flight and ittered. More tlinn 10.000 men lost their n in this, tlic greatest naval on- tfement that lias ever occurred In iv aje of the world's history. Xotwitlistamling the Pritish navy ilftred severely, England still claims htrol ct tlic North sea. Iiilious Attacks. iR'iien you have a bilious attack br liver fails to perform its func- You become constipatad. The d you eat ferments in your stom- instead of digesting. This in- imes the stomach and causes nausea, biting and a terrible headache. Chamberlain's Tablets. They tone up your liver, clean out fcr stomach and you will soon be as as ever. They only cost a quar Obtainable everywhere. Rollins 'Collc'ee Prosperous. One of the must successful years In i history of i:,,Ilins college, 'nt AVin- lark. I' la., lias iust terminated 'hp thirty. li rst comnipiicenient ex- 'WfS. Enthusiasm hna VlOdll til.rli Keineotnti,,N fr tjle c(minR year ronsiiieratny higher. Practically entire student bodv will return. I'"h will rii.':ranhv for iha nn 1847 a very happy life. ADMIRAL JELLICOE. Hs Is In Command of the British Horns Fleet. Bulgars Want Greek Macedonia. What (lie Pulgarians are really after is possession of (ireck Fastem Macedonia, which they have always coveted. The gates to it have now been opened by the Crocks them selves and, with the Iervendl in their hands, the rest lies at the mercy of the invaders. The situation now is that (ireck Macedonia has been sep arated into I wo distinct parts. West of the Struma it is under 1 lie allies' military occupation, while the dis. trict.s east of the river if they are not under occupation by the Iiiilgarlans, are under l heir influence. Bulgars Spread Panic. Xo Herman troops so far have taken part in the Ilulgarian inroad into Greece, but some of the invaders are clad in German uniforms. Greek inhabitants of the border districts are fleeing southward and are spreading panic in Seres by their reports of rape, murder and pillage. At Lahov.o, Tcliengel and Little Petrich there have been massacres. The Inhabi tants have been plundered of all their provisions and live stock by the Ful garians, who thus obtained much needed supplies. Fate of the Queen Mary. New KliiM pans for the new Flagler hospital at St. Augustine have been N and it is estimated that the Nil? will cost about $75,000. This py will bp raised by donation and malnments. The new buildimr is w a mode m everything necessary to a mod- iiiiii provided. The manner In which the big Hrlt- ish battle cruiser Queen Mary cams to her end in the late great naval bat tle is described by an east coast town correspondent of the London Weekly Dispatch. The ship, according to this correspondent, was sunk by the con centrated enn fie of the German cap ital ships, causing her magazine to explode with terrific force. The for ward part of the ship was blown away almost bodily and the Queen Mary Wtnt down in le than two minutes. Help Wanted. We have a splendid answer for a first-class conundrum, but somehow can't fit them, which is: One looks after the marriage altar and the oth er alters the marriage. We suspect a minister and a lawyer are involved. Philadelphia Ledger. age NO. THBEft undamantals. tlook on life Is wholesome ve nothing worth while to It is permissible to let your il , to the subject of funda- TllS 4 iFlllHlnlnelltnlv! ni-n nil vlirlif VtA-Kkl .,' J'"" d011't take them serl- , "UILVA Illlll d JTiUit If you begin to believe L)3f K TUltrl "fhfS c:ml S!,y n,J0"t basic principles V'AV VVXlll ULC O.mentary laws you are likely to SnVD42 VTlIT fTfV T1' "Pllfter or a Iilack Hand STL JcT. tVtl .t. The trouble is that when you HlOTlth. ilTllPV Ot" brooding over such massive inat- --' j j , - and always iresn and the eternal consequences that ;nd them yon invariably come to the elusion that humanity is dallying the primrose path, and then, nine es out of ten, you decide to reform rjctlilmi. -'fje golden rule of reforming Is: Do yourself as you would like to do others. But nobody pays any nt- n to it. It is just as popular in and as unpopular in practice as fundamental laws of conduct are. Iiko charity, should begin close u Old Friends. J i ti t have loved longest love idden blaze of kindness may blast of coldness be extln !ut that fondness which line has connected with iimstanccs and occasions, iv for awhile bo suppress- t or resentment, with or ' revived by i 0 Needed No Hints. A man from the backwoods visited New York for the first time and went into a restaurant to have his dinner. All went well until the waiter brought him a napkin. The eyes of the back woodsman flamed, and, .pulling a six shooter from his hip pocket, he told the waiter his mind. "You take that blamed thing away at once," ho said evenly. "I reckon 1 know when to use a handkerchief with out having them darned hiuts thrown out." Detroit Free Press. Cocoa In West Africa. Throughout their whole urea the Portuguese provinces of Suo Thome and Principe, West Africa, are under cocoa cultivation to such on extent that the traveler Is met on every side by the sour odor of fermenting cocoa. Waning Affection, She (tearfully) You don't love mens you used to do. He Why do you say that? She-Iteenuse you think I look as pretty in n cheap dress as I do In a creation that costs four times as much money. Iiichmoiid Times-Dispatch. Cards of Thanks. I wish to cordially thank mv friends. one and all who gave me their influ ence and votes in the late primary election, and I promise to give you as good service as I've done in the past. very respectluiiy, G. P. BULLARD. Bulgars Fightiny. Stella-An e)twoon Bulgarian and a wedding, i,,,,,,,. rvnii, -Ilissar In cneaper tlian d., r,. . Bulgarian wuuouiw languid thing. J(i(,s the bombard- cities by al- mnounced by th The cities shcll- and Porto Lagos. In FOUND V an ammunition depot Owner may k. The Iiulgnrlan line fying same from Radoven, Pullevo vertisement. h rough Vetrina, Ramna O.N VERDUN FRONT. German Assaults Are Checked by the Hrench. The region of Vnux and Damloup, nonuensr ot erdun, bas been the scene of further futile attempts of the Germans to pierce the French lines. All I ho attacks worn not t naught by the French fire, except a night attack between Damloup and Fort Ynnw where the Germans ob tained a foothold in French trenches. From these, however, they were im mediately driven out by a counter attack. The Canadian troops ami the Ger mans have boon battling fiercely on the Vprcs K-Hiont. The German gnus opened up several days ago, i1 luging the Canadian positions and the sur rounding territory with shells. Then the German infantry advanced along an extendi d trout of almost two miles, capturing trenches. In a series of count er-a) tacks, in which bomb and bayonet played an important part, the Canadians regained most of the lost ground and have reorgan ized their positions. On the Russian front violent ar tillery duels are going on in the P.es sarabian and Volhynian sectors. Sev eral Russian infantry attacks against the Anstrians were repulsed. The Italians in the region of Ar siero are holding Hie Anstrians from further advances in the desperate struggle that is going on in Ibis region. Food Fcr Starving Polanders. Norway is sending 4.000 tons of grain to Poland, and other Scandina vian countries are expected to follow a like examnle in relieving the acute distress which now prevails in Po land. Conditions in Poland have re cently readied the climax of their seriousness as a result of the non arrival of food which had been prom ised bv the American committee. "Great Britain Still Supreme." Great liritain still holds undisputed supremacy of the seas, in the judg ment of Winston Spencer Churchill, recently first lord of the admiralty, who now has resumed his parliamen tary duties after service with his regi ment at the front, and whoso opin ions on naval matters are still eagerly sought in Ihigland. Telephones on ates ft there is nn tlpnlinnp nn voiir farm I " " "-'-'"""' - ! fnte for our Free Booklet telling how you Pay get Service at 50 cents per month Nlln A postal will do! Address:- Farmers' Line Department. P17TT T17T 17PITfi , . ULlUJU XUliUl JlUil" i, Al nn., 5 " liiLliGRAPII COMPANY Britons Lost Heavily in May. Ttrilish casualties in May worn much heavier Hum in either of the two preceding months. The total from all fields of operation, as compiled from published lists, is 1.71T otlicers and -S.tTO men. The total in March, including otlicers ami men, was 20,-12-1, and in April 20,. "ill. Want Switzerland in Union. Switzerland has been asked by Germany to join the economic union of Centra! Kurope. It is reported frnm Geriu-M niereial treatv Germany will years. sources that the com belweeu Bulgaria and cover a period of fifty New Two-Billion Credit. A new vote of credit for $2,500. 000.000 will soon be moved in the reiohstus although tho government has enough cash on hand to carry on the war for some time, according to the Vossische Zeitung. The Lavish Jenkins. In October, lsSti, a religiously mind ed Buckinghamshire farmer named Jenkins brought his firstborn to tho parish church to be christened, and this was to be the name: Abel Benja min Caleb Daniel F.zra Felix Gabriel Ilaai Isaac Jacob Kish Levi Manoah Xchemiah Obadiah Peter Quartns Keehab Samuel Tobiah Uzziel Vaniah Word Xystus Zcchariah. It will bo observed that the names are all ar ranged in alphabetical order and are as far as possible selected from Scrip ture It was only with tho very great est diliiculty that the clergyman dis suaded Mr. Jenkins, but eventually It was decided to christen the boy simply Al)e -Chambers' Journal. Not He. "Does he interest himself in books r "Xo," sniffed Mrs. Newrich; "my bus band has clerks do that for him." AT ARLINQTON. President Wilson at Memorial to Con federate Dead. President Wilson attended the me mortal exercises held in the Confed erate section of Arlington Xational cemetery, but did not speak. His ap pearance was unexpected, as he had previously announced that he would be unable to attend, but he was en thusiast ieiilly received by a large crowd of southerners. mi' exercises were, impressive in their simplicity. Senator Yarilamnn, orator of the occasion, paid tribute to the Confederate soldier and the self sacrilii ing women of the south. De fending the right of the southern states to secede, lie declared tho an swer to the iiostion, "Is it. well that the Confederacy failed?" rested with the future and the way the general government used its power. He said he would rather be a free citizen of a democracy like Switzerland than "the slave of a militarism, such as Germany." A beautiful floral southern cross was unveiled at the base of the Con federate monument, after which flow ers were strewn over the graves of the south's dead, including that of Gen. Joseph Wheeler, the Confederate hero, who fought under the Stars and Stripes in the Spanish-American war. EXCITING HONEYMOON. Newlyweds Have Rather Thrilling Experiences. Some exciting honeymoon was that of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Randolph, who were married on the lfith of June in Virginia and who have just arrived in Miami, Fla. Coming south via the Atlantic Coast Line railway, their fi rst experi ence was a wreck. Then, when they got to Jacksonville, Mr. Randolph was arrested, but not on account of t he wreck, but because he parked an au tomobile in the wrong place. While no one was killed, Mr. Randolph said it was the worst smash-up he ever saw. and in the baggage car were five trunks belonging to Mrs. Ran. dolpli. and in tho trunks were packed her trousseau and wedding presents. The baggage car turned over on its side in a swamp and when the trunks were removed four hours later the slime had ruined those articles not broken in the wreck. The trunks and their contents were valued at ::,O0O, and Mr. Randolph lias tiled a claim for damages. EW USE FOR Pktures "MOVIES." Court As Are Taken to Witnesses. Judge John D. Shafer and the jury saw a moving picture exhibition in common ideas court at Pittsburg as a part of the defense of a telephone company, which was sued for heavy damages by Mrs. Freda Garletz, wdio claimed both hands and her back had been permanently Injured, after pick ing up a live wire of the telephone company. After she had filed suit against the company a detective agency hired a house iti the rear of her home and installed a motion picture camera through the back window. The film showed Mrs. Garletz feeding her chickens, throwing corn over a hi feme and lifting heavy boards and piling them up. Other views showing feats requiring considerable strength were exhibited. GIVE YOUR BEST. Postponement of a righteous act is never right. The sooner we sow the seeds of love the sooner we begin to reap the bountiful harvest of happiness and joy. The sooner we give to the world the best we have the sooner the best will begin to come back to us; if not in vis ible material things, then In what is much to be desired spiritual and mental delights. Selected. DIED OF BROKEN HEART. Because His Auto Caused Death oi Boy. On May 21 an automobile driver by Leo O. Hales ran down and killed Leonard Harold, 1.1, at Terre Haute Ind. Bales died of a broken heart, although he was found blameless ol the accident and exonerated by City Judge Xewton in a letter written al the rsquest of Bales' physician in the hope of saving the man's life. Hales was arrested at the time ol the nccident, but was released on bond. Bales' physician told Judgr Xewton that his patient could not sur vive unless his mind was relieved oi the strain. Judge Xetwon sent thr letter exonerating Bales by specia' messenger and in court dismissed tlu charge against him. Bales died whili tho court proceedings were in prog ress. Witnesses to tho accident sail' Bales was blameless. RAILROAD VICTIMS, 46,000. Of These 2,531 Were Killed in Three Months' Time. More than 40.000 persons werr killed and injured In the T'liited States by railroad accidents during the three months ending Septembei 30, 1015. Interstate Commerce commission figures made public show 2,fi.'U werf killed and 4.1,51 8 injured. The figures show a net decrease of 217 in the number killed and 3,607 in the num ber injured, as compared with returns for the corresponding quarter in 1914. Waite to Die July 10. Dr. Arthur Warren AVaite was sen tenced at New York to die in the elec tric chair during the week of July 10 the penalty for the murder ot his father-in-law, John E. reck, ol which he was convicted. When Dr Waite was presented to the bar his counsel moved that he be granted a new trial. This was denied by the court and sentence then was imposed FOR UVNl Cape North. . . ,. for June anAccused of Cruelty, month for J article attacking thd season threr,'m'1 treatment of Ger Mrs. Anna'''- especially the wound- Augustine, Jshed in tho semi-official nan Gaaette. It, declares FOR REloss wounded prisoners Lemon strScd of their belongings and ply ti TW molis. Fnnntio.'il woman. ulars. , f,,,. tho oi,ri,f iio INCUl) shouted threats at them. ncubatoc J practical! Law in Saloniki Zone. Co., Palaatch from Saloniki says the ation by General Sarrall of Hiplaw in the entire zone occu fg the entente allies, a step s a result of the occupation HaveRupet bv Bulearian and Ger- from wnps. has been favorably re- not, hovt. the noiml.qtlon Tin. nvon-fU liness o t,0j,. friendly sentiments fS ViiiP "Long live the allies." bottles! ; . ' "J,,, I nccc Put at RO OOO may no . . ,, . , hnvo v-1' Moraht, the famous German military critic, in a review of the Austro-Hungarian offensive against the Italians, estimates tho Italian casualties at S0,000. British Actor Works in Hospital. Sir F. R. Benson, the famous Brit ish actor, and his wife are going to Saloniki to work in Serbian military hospitals, It was announced at London. Twenty-Four German Planes Barn. Twenty-four German military ae roplanes are reported to have been destroyed by a lire which swept the aerodrome at Dresden. A Bet On "Teddy." Fred Schmnm, political stake holder, of Brooklyn, reported a bet of $250 against $500 that Roosevelt will be the next president. He said tho odds against Hughes being nomi nated are 8 to C. Root Is a 7-to-l chance. Polk County Votes Bonds. By a veritable tidal wave the pro gressive voters of Polk county, Flor ida, overwhelmed all opposition at the polls and by a percentage of 09.7 ol the votes cast swept the county foi a bond issue of a million and a ball dollars for good roads. Thirty-two pre cincts complete out. of thirty-six In the county give: For the bonds, 2,761 ; against the bonds, 1.2(1,1. This is a majority in favor of the bondl of 1,498 votes. River and Harbor Bill Passes, After h persistent fight lasting foi weeks the senate passed the rivers and harbors appropriation bill, car rying approximately $4o, 000,000, by a vote of .10 to Si. Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment. "I have used Chamberlain's Lini ment for sprains, bruises and rheu matic pains, and the great benefit I have received justifies my recommend ing it in the highest terms," writes Mrs. Florence Slife, Wabash, Ind. If you are troubled with rheumatic pains you will certainly be pleased with the prompt relief which Chamberlain's Liniment affords. Obtainable every where. Misdeals. Sillicus Love is a game in which Cupid deals the cards. Cynicus Then why does ho so often deal from tho bottom of the deck? - Philadelphia Record. The great theater for virtue is con science. Cieern Willing to Be Hanged. One of the most curious cases of Its kind on record was that of a Quebec citizen who passed himself off as a murderer for whom tho police were searching. When the matter was in vestigated it was found that the self accused man had nothing whatever to do with the crime. "Xo," he snld, "you're right. I'm not the murderer, i but my wile leads mo such a miser j able life nt home that I thought I would escape from matrimonial wretch 1 edness by getting the government to j hang me." Pearson's. LOW ROUND TRIP SUMMER RATES . FROM JACKSONVILLE . 1 Kj VJwLi fill! mi ! IF- a- St, Louii Denver Colorado SprirtRt. 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