NOVEMBER 24, 1916.
qUXDS DRUG GO.
CRESCENT CITY, FLA.
iH have a fine display of
or the CHRISTMAS
f BEftCH&MILLER LINE
Ufimr Coninnnv. It
W & operated for the
:s 4 . ... : csnsnn and OUt of
t, r thirty yta. No better
P.""'' i. i,oH over anv line.
CrtHome Industry and thereby
Up your naairy ...
Steamer Lresceiu icvv
v to Palurta. Jacksonville nnd way
Ltsdays ami Saturdays.
eaves Jacksonville on
(dnesdays ami Fridays.
E. T. CLARK,
m . Ml PI..
mffic Maimer. jacKsonviiie. r..
jp this in mind.
food, will beg." - -
THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA, FLA.,
PAGE NO. SEVEN
CRESCENT CITY NEWS
lie ii 1 1
Crescent Hill lots on
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL
Geo. W. Seaton carried an auto
party to Palatka on Tuesday.
Mr. Mul'in, left on Wednesday for
Ohio, w.icre he will he for some we- k--on
v. real estate deal. " "
Edgar McGrady and Hon. .1 H
Harp visited the Farmer's convention
in Palatka last Wednesday.
The local telephone offuc is not
kept r.pen after nine o'clock n. m. now,
and c mneetiors after that 'hour are
The Sunday school of the Prediyfe
rian church has rmioiniced a Christ
mas tree for Christmas nitjht. The
other churches p.re aho fi-rarins? on
giving a like entertainment.
No arrangement of a Th.-.n'ivin.r
1 .1 .
yet bon m:u!n, thoi:h it
Lenl City Transfer Co's.
iiiUiinoliili' and Boat Liim.
nil trains at Crescenl City
Lon Night trains by appointment.
S, H. LaBREE, Manager.
is likely that a union rorvi-e will he
held with the sermon by Rev. A. P.
Puph, pastor of the Pnnt'st church.
Mastlnmcs Dujrjrins and F.raddock
and Misses Clarissa and Ber.sie A.
Williams are the d'.-lvrrlr-s from foe
V. I. A. to the State Federation of
Won:::-'- Clubs in Miami this week.
Miss Amy Tordrl! ps'Vtnnt nt the
high school, who has been delayed lie
cause of illness, returns this week to
take up her work. Miss Kendall will
make her home with Mrs. Grimsley.
The cool weather of the past week
lias been a great help in coloring the
fruit. That already forwarded look
its color with it, but it wasn't the
The board of trade, committee to
take a citrus census of this section is
actively at work getting its material
together. Messrs. W. R. Campbell,
J. Fairfield Carpenter and .1. R. Shi
ver constitute the committee.
Miss Res-ie A. Williams of this
city is auditor for the State Federa
tion of Woman's Clubs in session this
week in Miami. She was also ap
pointed chairman of the committee
on credential at th Miami meet'ng.
K. A. Ho!.":rth of this place has
These sometimes develop so exten
- ivoly as to demoralize the market.
the direct loss of fruit through de
cay icads to depreciation of prices for
mut actually sound, to a reputation
tor poor keeping qualities and to a
proportionately high overhead ex-nciiH-.;
lor handling a perishable pro
duct which develops waste and spoil
age during transit and after it reach
es tne market. II. E. Stevens, plant
pathologist to the University of Flor
ida Kxpe 'iment Station, calls atten
tion to a recent statement sent out by
he Department concerning the hand
ling r-f fruit.
According to reports from investi
gations injuries result from elinper
cuts, leaving sharp stems which
wound other fruits, thorn punctures,
and bruises. Bruises result from
.'.romping fruits into the boxes or into
the picking bags and baskets, or from
careless handling in the packing
bouse. Sand, gravel, splinters or
protruding nails in containers or haul
ing over rough may cause additional
injurias. Agricultural News Service.
Spray For San Jose Scale In De
cember. Snrayinr for San Jose Scale should
i.e none when the trees are dormant.
I Since peach trees reach this stage in
December, that is the best month for
.".-Mills: this pest. J. R. Watson, en
tomologist to the University of Flori
da Experiment Station, recommends
"".vinn wun nme suitur, I part ot
the commercial solution to 9 parts of
Spraying must be done after the
old leaves have fallen and before the
new buds begin to swell to avoid in
jury to foliage. While December is
the time recommended, late varieties
might be sprayed safely in January,
but the early varieties probably will
be resuming growth by that time.
Scale fungus can be introduced in
June next year to take care of the
line recaps raised at his
which will run fortv to
lie will take them to
fair for exhibit and
of the leading pre-
L I. spencei,
ilc -it lie-idem' on Prospect Htreet.
Crescent City. Florida.
Crescent City, Fla.
Under Management of
k Her F. Babers
rticu!ar nttt'iitinn rviitl tn nnok-
fd ship; in-; and securing Mood
'set fur sniali fhininents of
Grapefruit and Tangerines.
NEXT TO THE BEACH
' MILLER WAREHOUSE.
DESCENT CITY, FLA.
tbe Duval cmutv
should win some
Mrs. C. P. Hale is at Johns Hop
kins Hospital, Baltimore, Md., whore
this week -he is undergoing a ser
ous surgical operation. Mr. Hal" is
with her. Mrs. Eaton ClifV is look
ing after the little people and the
home during the absence of Mr. and
Col. J. P.laino Shiver entertained a
large party of young people at the
Hotel Coutar.t on Friday evening of
last week. M'-. Coutant served a
splendid three-course supper, after
which the room was cleared for dan
cing, which was indulged in until mid
night. Some sixteen couples partook
of Col. Shiver's hospitality.
Rev. Mr. Edwards, pastor evange
list of the Florida Presbytery, will
preach at the Presbyterian church
next Sunday, and during his stay
here it is likely some arrangement
will be made by which a new pastor
will be secured soon. It is under
stood that the official of the church
have two men in view, one of which
will likely be called.
Crescent City Mauds to lose its tel
egraph office. .lames Padgett Jr.,
v. ho opened an office in town some
three years ago. as a branch of the
Western Union, has decided to give
the same up on the first of February,
when his contract expires. ( if course
the compare will mabitain
at the junction, bu
real convenience tl
the town office.
The Tennis Club is to give an "Ad
vertising Supper" at the Club House
this evening, whe". all members
will apnear ,::v -ed t.. rep c ent
some well-known advertisement:
Tke-e will be Prr.o Alben. Cieam
'o Wheat. a::d ..liter t'anrhar :accs
which vuil have beeti looking at m
vour magazines for the pnt-i year or
sooner is proti'!e i
wiil go m i;
THE POPULAR VOTE.
Results by States Wilson Receive
403,312 Votes Over Hughes.
The total ponu'ar vote reeeivo'l U
each of the slates by President Wil
son mill Charles 10. Hughes inilieiitec
that the president received 40:5,.".ll
more votes than Air. Hughes. Tin
f Florida East Coast R'y
when it come.', to
iv is nothing like
1 the proceed
which iiher tt
fi-.m lii-' l-!:ico
mare is a .steel
r.bo'ji N t.:i!t
Mr. Mullir.s will
wart! for n'f-',;
lu.s lo t a
.1 la -t
;v a rv .some
fjjlot fronting Central ave., 50 '
in lot Ko. 2, bleck U, in
'ct City, Florida. Pri $400. ,
C.mculr.rs address Mrs. Clara J. ;
"1, Waine, Oregon, Tillanook !
5 10-27-4t. ;
iLE-In Crescent City, Fla.,
.' 00m lurnished house,
s-6 WatCT. h.1lirrtm ln.iva r.nf
rtta,Ee' abut 500 'boxes fruit,
.ii. 1 and Paln-ed. "ve mm-
to Schools, rhnrehps . stnrps
S. G. SALLS. I
h S-LE The Pratt cottage and
f , . ma cuy water ana
.r.P-Umblnff lO AAmnlofMi. fill-- '
including dishes and bedding.
;"-s about 150 bearing trees.!
ij . bcst of condition. Should
oetWpen 41,. j t v..
1 1 Ilcc xuur nuii-
itn 0 1. ruit the co-ning season.
ekZ ulJnce to obtain an ideal ,
Mme ready to occupy that will
. sen supporting. For
5pfnv!ulnrs wri-e. PORTER;
C T' Care Pierpont Mfg.
where it w
V...-1 Tl.tu-s.lilV. Nov
wiil be TlKjiksgv'in :' day and the
dies of the V. 1. -. a'c prcpauntr
serve a Cafeteria ,mw at
House from to
, tm-kev d'ra'.er with all t,:e ;
..til be much snore ve:
ili.ni von eoti'd I"'1
home." You pa
After the ; upper
be show;: in the t!
theater the young
the Club Hons
,,n.e the same
r what you .'
ood picttfe is
"r. and after
eile will tin
e ni'.is'c ot
Fruits Decay In Tran-j
Many citrus growers take Pi- j
.. ... ...... ;.t inserts and dise:ie.- a.-.i
ing and patkuv- ' , p0.
citrus fruit disease aie ii.u
the cuts or abrasions on the sk,.
ROUND ABOUT FLORIDA.
Peiisacola is bidding for the next
convention of (he W. ( ). V.
Thirty-six not iees were iuil iat oil b.t
the Shi'iners at Orlando recently.
Thin annual meeting ,,f the Wom
en's Syitodieal Auxiliary of Florida
was held in ( icaki.
A big modem Hour mill, with a ca
pacity of tif'ly tons of mixed food pel
clay, is to lie a Jacksonville industry
Will Dixon, a negro Poy, w'tts rur
over by a heavy truck at .lacksonvillt
anil rcci ived fatal injuries.
Many hoincseckers from the west
and iiniihwtst mi. arriving in Florida
by every I rain.
The Bureau of Crop Kstimatet
plaeis ihc corn crop of Florida at 1',
West l'lu.iii.a fair at .Maiiaiitta was
attended l,y large crowds. The ex
hibits were reported to be unusually
ultracl i c.
Between o.iiimi atid 7.000 eigarinak
rs in the clear Havana cigar factories
left tin ii- lieneiies at Tampa to enforet
'jciuands for higher wages.
Captain Sanders, for ten years head
af the I'ensaeola iidice department,
lias been deposed iii the interest ol
j harmony, it is said.
Read lloliiday, motorist of Xew
York, made a li.tUHl-mile trip in thirty
days, taking in I.os Angeles. Portland
I and . lacks, .nvillo.
I Many eta rioM have been received for
! the Alachua County fair. November
I LH to Ul. and n.-osoects are that it
: wiil bo mil- of the best held in the!
: stab' l III season.
j That the prospects are very bright
I for .lael.son ille lining the training
j quarters for at b ast two major
; leagues is the belief of mi 11 who are
! in ele.se loin h illi the baseball world.
1 i in i- of ( n lando's best known winter
i lesidems. ('. A. llnvey, died suddenly
of heart failure. .Mi-. Ilovey recently
reiur 1 from Cleiis Falls. N. V.,
: where he made his summer home.
Lacking 7 1". men. the Second Flor
' id.i regim- :'i, now on ihc border at I.-i-redo.
Te.. is only t wo-! birds 'com
plete, according to information on
hand at i he cilice of the I 'nited States
army recruit ing otliecr.
l'loiida papers announce the ap
pro:-, king marriage of Mrs. Henry M.
Flagler, widow of ib" Florida railroadj
magnate, to .ludge Itobert W. Bigham.j
of Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Flagler is said!
to have been left $00,1100.000 by her I
iate husband. j
A g'ass jar containing the body of J
; a white infant was found at Jack-'
; sotivi'lo in a pile of trash at the cityi
: dump., near the corner of Davis and:
i Eighth M reels. The child was fully
i developed and apparently only a fewj
! days old. !
The great commercial progress din
' tier to be held at the Hotel Seminole,
.Tneksoiiville. on the evening of No
j vetnber -1. has attracted state-wide
I attention anil many lu-ominent state
and civil oflicials from other cities in
I Florida have m.-nle reservations for
Andrew Carnegie, the multi-niil-lioiiairc.
will spend the winter on
,!ckl Island, it is said. Joky I Island,
which is mar Diing.iicss. is u winter
Mecca for the rich, who have wonder
ful dubs and holms mi tne lsinnu.
coming by rail and yachts. Mr. Car
negie cvpeets lo spend several months
there, it is said.
Alabama Nil, 000
Arkansas So. (100
Colorado 1 "N,l"7
Couio i-t ii-nt . . . !)!U;S7
Delaware .... ".(Mil
Ebi-ida 00. 000
Idalw (!S, 000
Indiana .".:::!. 1(1(5
Iowa inn. ins
Kaps-is .11 "p. (100
Kentucky .... L'10.000
I.onisi.-ina .... (is. 000
Maryland .... l.".:!.L'll
Massachuset ts .. 2 1 7.."L'7
Michigan .... 2.".7.114
Minnesota .... 170.o77
Mississip.pi .... iM.000
Nevada 12.4 IS
New Hampshire 4l!,!l05
New Jersey . . . 20!). :'.:'2
New Mexico . . .11.5-15
New York .... 75(5.010
North Carolina . 15S.000
North Dakota . . 51. 4 10
Oklahoma .... 1 10.000
Pennsylvania . . 510.7 17
Rhode Island . . .1!),:!5.1
SotPh Carolina . OS, 000
South Dakota . . 45.-1 10
Tennessee .... 11S.0I7
Virginia 00.1 07
Wasbire'on . . . 107.O00
West V!-"ini:i . . 1 .",! (11 1
Wiscons'a .... 1 'I I.0O0
Wyoming .... 25, 01 7
1.0 1 1. (10.
52, S.1 1
.IS. 25 1
President Has Decided on No Actior
Reports that the president has do.
eided 011 changes in his cabinet wen
said by officials at Washington to bi
premature. AVhile it is possible thai
one or more of the present cabinet
members may not remain In the presi
dent's otlieial family after March 4
officials Inflst that he has not over
considered the question.
When Mr. Wilson returned hf
found Hwaiting him thousands of tele
grams and letters eongratulatitif:
him on bis re-election. If possible
be will read them all.
The president's plans for the period
between now and the opening of con
gress are not decided definitely, al
though oflicials close to him believf
that he will spend most of the tinu
in Wa-bington attending to oflicia'
business, am preparing for the com.
ing of congress.
BIO ELECTION BET.
William Brady Won $23,000 on Wil
The biggest odds oil the election b.v
far that is known were obtained lij
William A. Brady, of New York, theat
rical manager. lie bet S1 ,000 against
$25,000 that Wilson would lie elected
This is the story Mr. Brady tells.
'4 was standing in the lobby ol
the Hmel Astor Tuesday night with
a broker. I fold Mm it was a cinch
Wilson would carry Kansas and Min
in sula. ITo politely replied that I was
talking like a fool. Just then the re"
light of the Tinies building flashed
announcing Hughes was elected. I told
him I did not believe it was true.
"Again he made comments on my
lack of knowledge, and said: ''Bill
I'll hot you S25.O00 to SI, 000 Hughes
Is elected." ,
"I took the .et."
OUR FORE Hi N COMMERCE.
U. S. Trade For 1016 Will Approxi
mate SS, 000. 000, 000.
B.'s'cd on the complete (inures foi
nine months of the year and return;
of the port of New York for Octo
lief, the foreign trade department ol
Ihc National Ci'v bank predicts thai
the foreign eo!Oie-ee of the End
States for the calendar year 101!! wil
a on oimat. S.inm.noo.cno. or one
lif:h of tpo entire international traib
of tile wo'-ol.
It v"l l.e 50 per cent greater tliar
that in 101". and double that of th
preeed'ug year. The total was S5. :!-.'(!,
Oiiii.mm in loir, ,-m,i S1,!i(.1.0oo,Oof
in 191 !. Tlic excess of exports ovci
iiapoiis in IPHi will upprnximati
s.".. 000. 000 (ion, against S 1 .70S.SS 1.
000 in 1!H". S12 1,1 IS. 000 in 191 I
and S091. 122.000 in 1911.
President " '
take 111 1 waitin
begin 1'ruii, ing
term in the Vii'e . House,
licen awav two 'V.'oulhs.
;) Ti ke Up Waiti.ij!
day nigh ready ti
mib'ie tirobleins anf
bins for bis seen!;.'
Scotland lias the first drawbridge In
the world in which all the work of
opening and closing it and guarding
trafie over and through it is done by
A ol '!::.
dri:-;:le of 1.;
deal. As he
the station 1
ing and rushed f
shake bis hands.
crowd p.'ickrd the rall-
at'd waited outside in a
n to welcome the prcsi
.i jicared walking dowu
'a.f.nm accompanied by
ami fii'liked by secret
hoi deeds began shout-
ward in efforts tc
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Tniins sr mil Sli lire nnt up,
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Thursday, Friday. Saturdiiy only
.Wednemlay, Priday, Sat unlay unly
. Cocoanut drove.
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Coniieclions made at Key West with ('. .X. t). SS. Co.. lor Havana.
Thi. time-1 aide is paiilislied for tin- informal inn of the putilh', the schedules shown herein were correct
nt time ol iloiiiir to press, lint arrivals nr departures at times stilted is not guaranteed. Passcnifer train
.eh, -dill, s are sallied tu chain:,. WITIKII. T NOTICE.
K,,r e,,pv nl Locii! 'lime Card or other information ee the Ticket Affent.
T. D. UAHNEU, General Passenger Agent, St. Augustine, Florida
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF
Schedule Effective May 18th, 1916.
THROUGH TRAINS TO NEW
No. 82 No. 86 No. 80
Lv. .Tneksoiiville milium l:::5iui Niiopin
Ar. HiivHiiiitih 1:15pm 5:;!5pm 12:;i5:tm
Ar. Kieliniom! 5:ii5pin U:l:iam 7:lfiinii
Ar. Wiishliiuton S:.-)nin 12::pni U:5opin
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Ar. I 1 1 1 1 j i I 1 1 1 1 1 ii . 1 :' I ! 1 1 1 i 4:ii3pin :i:4Uan)
Ar. New York . 2:l(it)iii ilii'iipm ilaiiiain
All steel Equipment Free Reclining
Chair Cars to Washington. Dining Car
I V I Service on Trains 82 and 86. Sleeper to
Savannah on Train 80.
For information and Eeservationf, i litre cr viile
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., A. W.FRITOT, D. P. A.
HilUboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
TAMPA BAY BRIDGE.
Structure Will Be Between Five and
Six Miles in Length.
Knifed States Kngineer W. Ti. T.a
due said that lie expected to have the
plans for the proposed bridge over
Tampa bay, to be constructed for the
use of the Tampa and St. Petersburg
Electric railway, submitted to him in
the near future. He stated that the
construction of the bridge would bs
a big undertaking, involving the pos
sible expenditure- of three-quarters of
a million dollars.
The bridge will likely be located at
a point somewhere north of Port
Tampa and will be between five and
six miles in length. It will form an
Important link between Tampa and
the Pinellas peninsula.
Ships doing to Pensacola.
That the armored cruiser Washing
ton will arrive in Pensacola in the
near future for duty at the navy yard
Is the information given our by local
authorities. The Washington will pre
cede the North Carolina and the Co
lumbia, which will come to that port
about t ho middle of December for win
ter maneuvers wifh the torpedo boat
flotilla. Kach of the three cruisers
carries a complement of more than
two hundred oflicers and men.
Cotton and Seed Bring $224.
fl. ;. Sparks, a farmer who lives
Bear Anniston. Ala., sold a bale ol
cotton and its seed for $224. the high
est price ever recorded in Anniston.
The cotton was of long staple va
riety and Iirought 25 cents a pound,
and the seed sold at $02 a ton. Mr.
Sparks had one of the few patches ol
long staple cotton In the county.
Preacher Scored Modern Dance.
After locking the doors to prevent
the women in his audience from leav
ing, the IJev. Kll J. Forsythe, of Mil
waukee, hotly lambasted the modern
dance. Several women held their
fingers in their ears while Forsythe
described the alleged motions of the
Requisition For Watson.
Sheriff W. II. Howling has made
application to (Jovernor Trammcll for
requisition papers in the case ol
Charles Watson, alias Dugar Harris, a
negro, badly wanted in Florida for the
killing of Deputy Shorifi' Pete V. John
son in Jacksonville the night of De
cember 21. 191.'!. Watson or Harris
is under arrest at Williamsport, Pa.,
and pictures of him sent by Chief ol
Police Topel. of that place, have been
Identified as being those of Harris.
After being out four hours and Ave
minutes, the jury in the ease of Ben
F. McKee, charged with robbing the
Louisville and Nashville train at
Greenville, Ala., July 10, last year,
brought in a verdict at Montgomery
of guilty in six of the seven counts
of the indictment. The penalty is
twenty-live years in the federal prison
"I heard Billings forced his daughter
Into a marriage with a rich creditor
practically sold her."
"That's queer. The newspaper ac
counts of the wedding say he gave her
away." Baltimore American.
By Being Constantly Supplied Witi
The White House oflieially an
nounced for the first time that Presi
dent Wilson has designated Novem
ber ::o as Thanksgiving day. Doubt
as to whether November 2.1 or No
vember t!0 would be selected has re
sulted in thousands of telegrams of
inquiry being received in the past
McDuff, Va. "I suffered for severi
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, o!
this place, "wiih sick headache, and
Ten years ago & friend told me to tri
Thedtord's Black-Draught, which 1 did,
and 1 found it to be the lest family medi
cine for young and eld.
I keep Black-Drjwght on hand all the
time now, and when ray children fed a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and il
does them mtre seed than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick
aess in our ftmily, since we commenced
Tbedfsrd's Black-Draught is purely
reeribie, nd has been found to regu
late wtfik stomachs, aid digestion, re
lieTC indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similai
It hac beea in co istant use for more
thu 711 rears and hat hinpfilirl rrmra
i Utaa a sufliien people.
I Y4ir drujjeist sH. and recommendi
Black-Drauent. Pri e only 25c. Get a
1 Packace to-dav. n. c ia
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