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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1916.
THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA, FLA., PAGE NO. SEVEN. LOUHDS DRUG CO. CRESCENT CITY, FLA. will have a fine display of Cut Glass and other Novelties .uitable for the CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. Keep this in mind. Good will begin to arrive in a few days. CRESCENT CITY NEWSjFlOHDA METHODIST MINISTERS TO MEET Col. M. H. Read, for many years PERSONAL AND SOCIAL i ?re,SCent .City'? leading reul estat0 dealer and authority on values, while confined to his home because of an illness that requires freedom from REAL ESTATE CRESCENT CITY - FLORIDA Crescent Hill lots on easy terms. W. F. Glynn motored over to Pal it ka or bnsir.ess last Monday. J. A. Tarbell has returned from a summer spent in New Hampshire. Chas. H. Reinhardt of Providence, R. I., was among the arrivals of Sat urday at Grove Hall. Hon. and Mrs. L. A. Hurlbut and Miss. Mary Haake motored over to Palatka on a shopping trip last Monday. Mrs. A. W. Seaton has returned fron ,i sunnier spent in New York and is r.p.iin at Grove Hall fov the vt inter season. Miss Johnson's "Little Gift Shop" calls attention in this paper to nov elties for Christmas gifts some thing different. Mrs. R. C. Middleton spent a por tion of last week in Jacksonville, where she was the guest of Mrs. Dr. C. M. Sandusky. excitement, is nevertheless conduct- ! ing a vigorous correspondence with prospective . purchasers and has been ' making a number of sales of proper- ! ty. Hardly a day passes but some one or several come to see him, and ' he has many written enquiries for 1 la Seventy-Third Annual Conference at Ocala ext Week. The seventy-third session of he Flcrid-i Annual Confer'.ncc, Metho dist Episcopal Church, South, will convene :.t Ocala, next Wednesday, If Florida East Coast R'y FLAGLER SYSTEM Daily Dnih Daily property. "I cannot remember tv,., i uccec.oer o.n, ana is ioor.ed lorw-rcl time," said he, "when there was such - to with peculiar interest by the host? a general enquiry, for property here, ! of Wesley both in the staf. and out ana i nave no doubt that I will make 0f it. It is doubtful if the li'.tle hand the season is over. And now is a ! ful 01 Prc:lc,lcrs who composed flu good time to buv. for Droneitv i-i ' m s cor.ierence nem at iauai:u?sec in generally low, strange as that may j 18-15, when Bishop Joshua Soule pre seem at a time when orange growers ; sided, looked forward to the historic are reaping in a profitable markef. 1 , . . Va rl -w fi,;i,.tf " " V; : Kathcrmg with keener interest than ' ititj una jicuicni snub ill , Florida shouldn't grow ranidlv!" I the -ou Poachers regaruing the ap ! proaching session of the conference Board of Trade Committees. I The Florida Conference was orgat Ocala, the splendid Brick City, is THE BEACH & MILLER LINE Qi,in hv vour Home Company. It has successfully operated for the Home People in season and out of Leason. for thirty ytars. No better ervirp can be had over any line. Support Home Industry and thereby teep your money in circulation at home. Steamer Crescent leaves wesr-em. ;ity for Palatka. Jacksonville and way Ip0rt8 St O.JU ".Ml., UI1 lutsuoja, Hnirsdays and Saturdays. Leaves Jacksonville on Monaayr, Wednesdays and Fridays. E. T. CLARK, hrafflc Manafier. Jacksonville, Ha. recent City Transfer Cos. Automobile and Boat Line. President W. F. Glynn of the board ed in the same year that the first gen of trade has named the following erai eor.fere.rce of the Southern Meth i?igCOmmlUees 01 the bcmrd lor:cd:st church was held. R. C. Williams has purchased the vl ,,t J V, T,, , t cuii i. j:.:: u:. Executive B. F. Tilhnghast. E. II hoe pW on'th w s Uown yi';t"1S' L- Tu'. A1" i 1? as the Schubert nlace tree! Llay, 1. C. Darby. ty. Dr. J. M. Gross, our pastor as me ocnuoen piace. Finance and Auditing C. 0. Cham- host, is one of the popular, preacher. Dr. J. F. Beggs, all will In pleas- j berhn, C. P. hale, R. O. Burton and T. ! of the conference. The committee ed to learn, is gradually improving , J. lies. ' on public worship, composed of Ur Relations with Other Cities and ! Gross, Rev. F. R. Bridges, presiding .Business Bodies E. L. Mathis, L. C. elder ot the Ocala district, and R. Me. Preston, Geo. W. Seaton, J. F. Car- Conathy, announce that the opening penter. j sermon of the conference will be deliv- Advertising and Printing W. A. ' ered by Rev. C. W. Mathison. Russell, I. F. Babers, W. B. Campbell, I Fourth Session in Ocala. kL - f u c at r This be the fourth time the aTh,U- lal La- Brick City has entertained the con- ""er' '"ams. ference. The 37th session was held TT,0 .TnVin s1f m. .:there December 6, 1880, with Bishop lini. U pTaZf In n.' . Georf?e. "erce presiding. Thirteen v cut uV- Inf..,. th nnnFn.nn.n 4-U Auto meets all trains at Crescent City luiicliou iNigm irains Dy uppuiuimem. I S. M. LaBREE, Manager. descent Citv. Florida. L. I- Spencer, Dentist. OBti'K Rt RK'idence on Prospect Mtreel. Crescent City, Florida. JOHN RAFFERTY Contractor and Builder ESTIMATES FURNISHED BUILDING MVTERIAL iCrescent City, Fla. and hopes to be able to resume his practice in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Barnett and Mrs. G. A. Lambert of Lynchburg, Va., were among the arrivals of last Saturday at Grove Hall. Rev. and Mrs. A. P. Pugh moved in to the new Baptist pastorium and will soon be comfortably settled in one of the prettiest homes in Crescent City. The Tennis Club gave a very en joyable dancing party in costume at V. I. A. Hall last Friday evening, the members each appearing in a cos tume to represent some well-known advertisement. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Springer of Pitman, X. J., were due to arrive this week to occupy their winter home for the winter season. Cres cent City people are always glad to welcome these good people. R. S. Bushnell of DeLand spent the greater part of the week here last wei-k doctoiing pianos. He expects to return tnis week to finish his work. Mr. Bushnell makes his headquarters at Grove Hall while in town. Mrs. M. II. Read received a ltter only a day or twi before the sailing of the German submersable, the Deutschland, from its commander, Capt. Paul Koenig, whom he knew personally in her girlhood days in Germany. delicious cers.' THANKSGIVING ODE. By John Greenleaf Whittier. ft again cn January 4, 189:5, Bishop 0, P. Fitzgerald in the chair. The six ty-second session met in Ocala De cember i, 1905, Bishop Warren A Candler presiding. The conference was made notable by the death of Dr. Charles A. Fullwood, who expired on the conference floor the first day of the session. He had made his report Why don't-you give smim out of the ordinary for Christ mas Gifts this year? A line of Sterling Silver Novelties and Jewelry, at prices ranyitiii from 50c to $3.00 is he'in;; shown this week at the Cittle gift Shop ''hicli is now open for business. Hour: 10 to 4. Once more the liberal year laughs out with a view to being placed on the u er ricner stores tnan gems oi retired list, when he sank to the floor gold; : and within ten minutes the faithful Once more with harvest song and soldier of the cross ceased to breathe. shout i "He was not. for God took him." It Is natures bloodless triumph told, was one of the most triumphant seen . es ever witnessed at an annual con Our common mother rests and sings, ference. His bodv was borne to the Like Ruth, among her garnered city of the dead, and that night mem sheaves, orial services were held, the sermon Her lap is full of goodly things; being delivered by Bishop Candler. Her brow is bright with autumn It was an occasion never to be for leaves. j gotten. i Only nine of the bishops who have O favors every year made new! . presided over the Florida conference O gifts with rain and sunshine sent! are living to-dav. Our own resident The bounty overruns our due; The fullness shames our discontent. We shut our eyes, and flowers on; We murmur, but the corn ears fill; We choose the shadow, but the sun That casts it shines behind us still. God gives us with our rugged soil The power to make it Eden fair And richer fruits to crown our toil Than summer wedded islands bear. Who murmurs at his lot today? Who scorns his native fruit bloom Or sighs for dainties far away Beside the bounteous board home? and of Thank heaven, instead, that free dom's arm Can change a rocky soil to gold; That brave and generous lives can warm A clime with northern ices cold. FOR SALE. Mrs. George Jeal has been very seriously ill at her home just south of town during the past ten days and for a time serious consequences were feared, but early in the present week she was showing encouraging signs of improvement. Many will be pain ed to learn of the illness of this good woman. Mr. Joseph Braddock of Daytona Beach and Miss Minnie Clare Rober son of Seabreeze were united in marriage at the home of the bride'? parents, on Halifax avenue, Sea breeze. The groom is a well-known former citizen of this place, the fath er of Mr. Jos. J. Braddock, and a brother of Mr. S. S. Braddock of Denver. Mrs. J. F. Carpenter of Casnovia, X. Y., with her mother, Mrs. Rogers, arrived last Saturday and will make their home for the winter in the Benham house on South Prospect street, which they have leased. These ladies were great social favorites durincr the last winter season and there will be much rejoicing over their return. Rev. R. W. Edwards of Jackson ville preached at the Presbyterian church last Sunday, both morning and evening. Mr. Edwards is super intendent of mission work in this Presbytery and is an able preacher. His sermons last Sunday were in-j Robbers Fire Town, tensely devotional and interesting., T1. , ,,f ,,rtll He left on Monday for Eustis and j of .xii.lalusia. Ala.. wa .l..tr..v...l hv otner ponus in me !'" "'j fir- whi'ii nim stores and tne Mate, lut expects to return ami will officiate at the church here again next Sunday, at which time he ex pects to be able to announce a per manent supply for the church for this -inter. Rev. G. W. Stulibs has announced a Thanksgiving service at the Meth odist church for next Sunday. He will leave on Tuesday for Oala to attend the meeting of the Florida An nual Conference of his church. Tlv; church here has put in a strong pe tition for his return to this pasto rate, and The News is sure that all ihe neonlo of the place without ret- Bishop H. C. Morrison, who presided over the conference five times; and Bishops A. W. Wilson. J. S. Key, E. bloom R. Hendrix, James Atkins, J. C. Kil j go. and E. E. Hose one time each. Bishop J. C. Andrews, deceased pre sided over the Florida conference eight times, Bishop George F. Pierce eight, Bi-hop W. M. Wightman five, Bishop Wm. Capers four and Bishop Calloway four. Bishop Denny to Preside. Bishop Collins Denny, of Rich mond, Va., will preside over the Flor ida conference this year. This is Bishop Denny's first experience with the Florida conference, and he will receive a cordial welcome to the state and to the conference. He is a na tive of Virginia, and received his ed ucation in the University of Virginia, with the intention of making the law his profession. For several years he practiced law successfully in Balti more, but he finally yielded to a call to preached the gospel of the Son of God. He joined the Baltimore con ference, and filled a number of im- .1 tJ And let these altars, wreathed with poriani cnarpes ' ', , . flowers And piled with fruits, awake again Thanksgivings for the golden hours, The early and the latter rain. "For delicious hot Biscuits use Juba Self Rising Flour at all Grocers." be pMstollicr were Ininieil. The lii 'iuiuated supposedly in the Smith dniu' store, the safe of uhirh w.-is found blown lip. It is Relieved safe rollers robbed the establishment and set tire to tin stniettitv. The loss js placed ;1f $lo0c 00(1. with but little insurance. v , -n , tne people in inc (...o-c kiu." A : lot fronting Central ave.. 60 ; e t0 denominational preference 100 f 2et m lot No. 2, block 12, in . u.,rtnv P,.ho the wishe of the scor.t City. Florida. Price $400 r funiculars address Mrs. Clara J. terson, Blaine, Oregon, Tillanook fflty. 10-27-4t. ?0R SALE In Crescent Citv. Fla.. f Nine, Ten room furnished house, -JUtif water, bathroom, large gar ottage, about 500 boxes fruit, Methodist people. Mr. Stubbs is not only a splendid preacher, but a splendid man ar.d neighbor whom we all want to retain. W. E. Hitchcock of Daytona, be cause of the tearing up of the road between that city anil DeLand, in or der to reach the latter place had to lie Breadstuff Exports Increase. On the heels ,.f jhe jn-owinsr afi tntion for a food embargo to tiring down the cost ,,f living, the depart ment of e m.Teo has uiven out li nns show iiiL' tint breadstuff's export inerease, ni ariy imiii.ipoii and meal atid dairy products nearly .Sfi.ooo.unfl dnrinir ictober ,,f this year over Octo ber of 1H1.V was elected to a chair in Vanderbilt University, which he filled until his election to the episcopacy ten years ago. Bishop Denny is secretary of the college of Bishops, and has lately been elected secretary of the commis sion of the unification of Methodism in America, for the M. E. church. South. That commission meets at Baltimore December 2?. Dr. F. Pasco, at present on the su rerann'jated list of the conference, has a remarkable record in the mat ter of the secretaryship of the Flovi ida conference. He was ele'ted sec-reta-y in 174. ar.d has filled the place continuously ever since. Forty-two years of service in such ca pacity is an i'"u?ual record. There are l"i superannuated minis ters on "the roll. These are lovingly referred to a "The Old Guard." "The Unrnr Roll." et, Two of th?e have died during the year. A. I.. Weed ward, ar.d .1. R. Taylor. Two mini tevs nye on the unerannuatod list. W. F. Allen and W. J. Xease. flood List of Undergraduates.. The conference will convene on Wednesday mornir.g. December but a large number of the delegates v.i'! arrive in Ocala the day before. Xu- s.ikis i ..ww j:iwt u. i vjtr-v 2.5r-v iii..iiitv Lv. )..vl !i.:::;j Lv. til Si) PV 3..W5S 1 1 ..".l i iM Lv. ll:..3M 4.KI-H It. ll.4PV. 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' Lv (ienevs Ar Lv Chuluota Ar i Lv Bithlo tr Lv Peataw A- Lv Holopaw Ar Ar Kenansville Ly Lv Osowaw Lv" Lv Fort Drum Lv Ir Okeechobee Lv Daiiy lion mar.- .,t ! y V e;t witii P. A:. II. ss. Co.. f(,r Ita-. ana. oie is p loo-ueo or nje i uiorinai u.in oi me nuuiie, me scneUUleS sdown herein wef.- e. rrp. rtur-s at times stated is not guaranteed. Pas-.-ni-pr train : to or.--;-, but arrivals or d a ! are s,,,ie.vt t ehance WITHIIt T Nll'I'ICE . pv o( t.. ea I irn-. Card or other information "See the Ticket Agent." I. D " M'VF.H, Gene'a! P:is-en0,"r Afient, Sr. Augustine, Florida ATLANTIC COAST LINE THE STANDARD RAiLROAD OF THE SOUTH Schedule Effective May 18th, 1916. THROUGH TRAINS TO NEW YORK, DAILY. No. 82 No. 86 No. 80 l.v. Jacksonville Ar. Stvvaniinli Ar. Kiehmoml .... Ar. VfililiiL'to!i . . Ar. Holtimore Ar. 1'hiliiilelpiiln . Ar. New York K-.Iimni 1 :15pm . 5:iMpm . K.Milllu llilooHIll 12:2lniii 2:4(i(jin l:.W,m 5::i.".i,ni 9 :13a in 12::apiu l:oiJpni 4:ii3ini ii:2")in s:liijm I2::i5am 7:45pin U :5iiprn 1 : In in 3:4i 'a m tS:uonm All steel Equipment Free Reclining Chair Cars to Washington. Dining Car Service on Trains 82 and 8G. Sleeper to Savannah on Train 80. !0) For information and Reservation?, thtie tr viiie J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., A. VV.FRITOT, D. P. A. Hilliboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. 138 W. Bay St., Jackonville, Fla. fourth year. The examining commit tees are as follows: First year J. Lawton Moon, R. M. Williams, Gus A. Davis; second, J. T. Mitchell, D. B. Sweat, M. T. Bell; third, T. L. Z. Barr, W. M. Poap-e, I. W. Lonffacre: fourth, A. M. Daiger, S. W. Lawler, D. Major. Committee on Admis sions, L. W. Moore, R. F. Hodnett, H. DutUl, J. hi. Kooney, W. H. Funk. H. T. Gaines, V. B. Tresca, C. W. Inman he may be re-appointed year after year for four years. The last item of business at the Annual Conference is the reading of the appointments by the Bishop. According to the last conference minutes seven pastors and two presi ding elders have completed the quad rennium, and must be given other charges. The presiding elders are Rev. O. A. Thrower of the Tamna r'w.w.: a .:: f-i tt j.- A-. its . . . r -uiiiuiii.i.cc aui --a.uuiissiuii uii iriai, xi. uiMiicLs ana . r. K riridtres of 1 t. Blackburn, L. D. 1 the Oca a district. Thosp minictov.. ! will be given stations in some part Harris, C Haynes. In order to expedite business there ot the conference, and other minis- are a number of boards who give con- j ters chosen to head the work in those sideration to the various interests of i districts. It is rumored that there the church, and in this way a large ! will be a chancre in one of the nthor amount of the conference business in districts, in which case three new nre- ..... n . ..,1 TUn,. :... ! ... i." , , .... . .1 uaiijuuicu. mcbtj L-uinmiuees usu- i sming eiuers win be appointed. The aly do their work during the after- ; pastors who have completed the four noons when the Bishop and his cabi- 'years and must move are: T. J. Nix- et, tne presiding elders, are engag- on, Tallahassee: H. nutill. Onin,-. t ed in adjusting the appointments for : F. Bell, Bartow; W. H. Steinmever' tne en.-uing year. ine cnairman oi Dixieland and Mvrtle Street Lake- these boards are as follows: Missions, J. F. Bell; Sunday school. F. E. Stein mever; Church Extension, Y. J. Car penter; Joint Board of Finance, V. P. Buhl man; Education, I. C. Jenkins, Epworth League, J. L. Kilgore; Bible land; J. B. Roonev. Umatill.i nnrt Tat-. ares; H. Steenbock, Winter Garden; L. I). Haynes, Bushnell. There are twelve pastors and two presiding elders who complete their year at this conference. The elders Cause, J. C. Jones; Lay Activities, A.! are: S. Hardin, Orlando district and ... .iu.aicii, .aimtwsia .uciuuuiM j. 11. sinprr. Allaini Hslr et third year pastors bv distriets; an. no follows: Ocala, one; Orlando, three; Gainesville, one; Jacksor.viKe. or.e; I :fty-one ministers in the conference are completing the second vear and JA:; are finishing the first 'year at thi present charges. With nine or ten changes absolute ly necessary it is a settled fact that ,., ... , , . j tnefe will he a goodly number. Some- There are l.,:l preachers on the ef- one has estimated that at least five fc.-tive list in the conference, L'u su-j are involved in making each ndftm-perannu:-.tes. two supernumeraries, i ment. and someone has ,,.Uvi, t year and nine ir. the ' five times that number have been ass, mating a total of known to be involved in" making the "c yujusiment oi a cerr Assembly; I. S. Patterson; Florida ( h:i--ti;.n Advocate, S. W. Lawler; Southern College, J. B. Mitchell; Preachers' Relief Fund, A. M. Mann; (I'han;'.ge. J. R. Cason; Books and I e: i biicals, E. K. Denton; Confer ence Relations, Thomas Williams; Me moirs. H. E. Partridge. Clerical and Lay Members. Free .Movies in Parks. Fri'c lnntinii i -i nr.- sli'.ws in N'mv York i-ity jiir'is arc ri'.-iinniicinlpil in the aiiimal vioiil ..f the pari; emu missiciicr. "T'hc expense wnubl tm small ai.il tens ,.f tl:niisainls of .er SIMIS wnll'd to- udven Wholes, .nip out- Wo ! dmir titcrt.'iitiiiii-iit on siininior eve in the- '? c tlie commissioner explained, years, : n;I e mining ' . High Stanaarai. I "lack II. is. ri:..i-. r,oi,1 T-rin -. . . uiiiitta r.ci fait 5 flu lie horroweJ two vearsj ago? f iite N,,. 1 ofiVreil tn eall it suuare ' f-1. Inn hp R,iiil hp roulil not lower IiUmi.css siaiu'nrils l.v n "iO'iht -'witl. iiicMt. pv York Times 'for Hoi 4 Rising Flour at all Grocers." 9-15-tf "ig slated and uainted. five min- i motor around by way of Palatka. !i Walk to sehnnls. crinrr-hps . stores ! tn the Dnvtona Journal: 'J likes. S. G. SALLS. j traveled 2'24 miles to cover a distance I hit"-' "-if. of 4'! miles, but we thoroughly en- joyed the going and returning. We ! Princess Will Do Lobbying, went by way of Hastings. East Pa- j Pr'iic. K.-iw:iii:in:i!;a.i. of Hawaii, latka. Crescent City and Seville, and left San F;"iii.-i-.-o for Washington to found the roads very good ar.d the start a loM.y. p. rl'a; s t!-,,. ,,n!y ,,np at country beautiful. This is the home of the tangerines, and the citrus fruit trees are loaded down with fruit. The sunshine and the refreshing smell of the pine woods made every mile of the way enjoyable. The on ly bad road we found was as we left Hastings and detoured to turn into the Palatka road." merons comm ttee ana noaru meei.ni: , wi'l be called for that day, with a view to irettir.g the work in readi-1 r.e s for the conference. The classes of undergraduates will an'ieai- before examining committees rn :V:t day. These young ministers iin- 'enuired to take a certain course i! of four a; trev pass itfore the co'iitittees year after vrar tney are ny vote oi nit minr'-adv-ineed to" the class of the next ve.y ii -.til they have completed the ov.ii.-e four year-' course, when they -ve orcained to elders' orders. At the f'.d of two full years they are ndivitted into full membershin and o'-iiaired to deacons' orders. Fp to th.:r time thev a-e "on trial." ' Ther" are ten m the class ot the "Use Juba Self Rising Flour for first year, nine in the class of the sec dclic'ous hot Biscuits at all Gro- rnd ye?r. 12 in the class of the thin. cers 9-15-tf. vear. and nine in the class of the ten' in the fir second year i L'no ministers tricts. exclusive of the Latin district. j arid each of these districts elects an nually lor lay delegates to the annu al conference. According to the last year book there are -14S charges m the confer the fo! scsstol. lici.I. .1 l.v a r-a! pose of (lie St.!.:-- the new li.-c:, hip: f eo-ires to b :n -'s. The pur is to have o';e ot ij: in. .1 Hawaii. Mn appointment. The Conference Brotherhood. The Florida Conference Brother hood is composed of ministers and laymen in the conference. It is a mutual protective order, nnd nnrW. I er.ee with "SS church buildings, valu- takes to provide for the dependent led at 'l..'i:i4.'.S7: 149 parsonages, val-I ones left in case a minister dies. On red at S'lr.U.iO. The amount paid ! tne death of a member each minister o". the salaries of Presiding Elders Pa's and lay members pay S1.00 last year was SIS.HS; Pastors ?lo7.-1 The laymen are non-participatine Bishops Fund Sl.4.9. According to the conference min utes there have been 127 ministers who passed to the other world since the Florida conference was organized in 184-". and 85 of these men have been buried in the cemeteries of Florida. The Men Who Must Move. Tntprpt at an Inr.ial Pnn f w ailV.1V; r-pntprs in tha nc;i(rmynnt t? I ministers to their new fields of labor, as they are appointed for only one year at a time, and a preacher may be moved a't the end of one year, or rtntin or iinrniutrs, out me ministers receive the amount in the treasury at the time of the death. The amount paid row- is Ebout S.'iOO. Rev. H. E. Par tridge i.s president of the Brother hood: Rev. R. H. Barnett is treasurer and Rev. J. L. Kilgore is secretarv. The Latin District embraces ' the work in Tampa and Key Wpsf, and Rev. J. D. Lewis is the rrpirlinrr oi. i der. Rev. D. B. Sweat in Ocala Ban ner. "Use Juba Self Rising Flour for delicious hot Biscuits at all Gro rs." 9-15-tf.