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Title: Crystal River news
Uniform Title: Crystal River news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 51 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Crystal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crystal River Fla
Publication Date: February 24, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Crystal River (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Crystal River
Coordinates: 28.90067 x -82.593699 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1905?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 42 (Feb. 24, 1911).
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Volume ID: VID00056
Source Institution: University of Florida
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CRYSTAL


RIVER NEWS


PUSH, PROR9s88 AND PROSPERITY FOR ORYSTAL MIVEL


VOL. IV CRYSTAL RIVER, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911 NO. 42


loi TNdkia hver
St. Augustine, Feb. 16.-This
season will mark the beginning of
the time when Florida will sup.
ply not only the markets of the
north and east with produce but
the markets of the entire nation
k' and of Canada as well.
From present indications and
from preparations made by the
Florida East Cost Railway for
the handling of the truck this
season it Is apparent that the
realization of this dream is as-
ready at -hand. Nothing could
be of greater importance to the
state than this as it means that
there will always be good mark-
ets for produce no mater what
the output may be. The open-
ing of the far western markets
will prove a strong additional
factor in attracting homeseekfrs
to the state and in Florida's
development.
Backache, Rheumatism, 81plessness
Result from disord ed kid-
neys. Foley kidney PiUs have
S helped others, they w I help
you. Mrs. J. B. Miller, Sy cause,
N. Y., says, "For a long ime I
suffered with kidny troub and
rheumatism. I had s vere
backaches and felt all p yed
out. After taking two bott s of
Foley Kidney Pills mpy bac che
is gone and where I used lie
awake with rhematic paio I
now sleep in mfort. F y
Kidney Pil did w
'a-tinis for me.t.fl the fdl


q A MOD 1IinOO Wj
can be had by ambitious yong
men and ladies in the fie f
"wireless" or railroad tfleg-
raphy. Since the eight-hou law
became effective, and since the
wireless companies are Zstab-
lishing stations throughout the
country, there is a great short
S agte of telegraphers. Positions
pay beginners from 790 to $90
per month, with good chance of
advancement. The National Tele
graph Institute operates six offi-
cial institutes in Amera, under
supervision of railroad and wire.
lese officials, and place* all grad.
States into positions. It will pay
you to write them for full infor-
mation, at Memphis, Tenn., or
Columbia, S8. 8-17-11
F falls Vieta To Iteve
S. W Bends of Coal City, Ala.,
has a justifiable grievance, Two
thieves stole his health for
twelve years. They were a liver
and kidney trouble, Then Dr.
King's New Life Pills throttled
them. He's well now. Unriv.
aled for Constipation, Malaria,
Headache Dyspepsia. 246 at

A big mid-winter Sunday
School Institute, under the aus-
S i'es iof the Florida division of
the International Sunday School
Association, will be'held in the
Baptist Temple In St. Peter.
burg from February 19th to 24th.
S Bpeey elief froem idaey Treable.
"I had an acute attack of
Bright's disease with infiammat-
, ion of the kidneys, and bladder
and dizziness," says Mrs. Cora
Thorp, Jackson, Mich. "A bet-
Stie'of Fley's Kidney Remedy
overcome the attack, reduced
'" the infilamaticn, took away
.. the pain and made the bladder
setion normal. I wish everyone
could know of this wonderful
remedy." Sold by the crystal
^ River DrdCOo.

S t.IM.eous apples, bausan, su.-
Sue.gas 8.andOn )dad#.


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Stea.i of Cintats.
Below we publish the correct
standing of the Coutestauts up-
to-date, showing all the ladies
nominated:
FIB8T DISTRICT-ORYSTAL
RIVER FLA.
Bessie Boy 88710
Helet Rawls 8860
Ads B. Willis 4000
RED LEVEL FLA.
Chresteen Priest 000
Estelle Priest 1000
Ida Lee Winn 1000
Etta Everett 1000
Besie Olliff 1000
HOMOSASSA FLA.
Mrs. E. T. Keen 8000
Mattie Black 9000
SECOND DISTRIOT.-INVER-
NESS, FLA


Miss Fannie Penland
Ethel Almstead
Davie Holder Sapp
HERNANDO, FLA.,
Pearl Seckinger
Laura Winger
Minnion Westhook
Juliotte Prece
Clyde Ash
Mamie Petters
LEOANTO, FLA.
Martha Barnes
Viva Allen
Florida Allen
Jessie Allen
Dacie Allea
Mary Allen'
Edna Allen
Emma Allen
Vada Allen
Jefft Davis
Bonnie Davis
AUce Hall


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1000
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7250
1000
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1000
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1000
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Kle Johns 1000
Ee Everett '. 1000
k piece of lmfi el damened
with Chamberlain's Liniment
and bound on the effective parts,
is superior to any plaster. When
troubled wit lame back or paiUs
in the sde or chest give it a trial
and you are certain to be more


than pleased with the prompt se-
lief which it affords. Sold by all
dealers.
foley Kldner y l
Are tonic in aotlon, quick in
result. A special medicine for
all kidney and bladder disorders.
Mary U. Abbot, Wolfebero N.
H. says: "I was afiected with a
bd case of rheumatism, due to
uric acid that my kidneys failed
to clear out of my blood. I was
so lame in my feet, joints, and
back that it was aony for me
to step. I used Foley Kidney
Pills for: three day when Iwas
able to get up and move about
and the pains were all gone.
This peat change in condition I
owe to Foley Kidney Pills and
recommend them to sayone
ufering as I have." Sold by
The Crystal Brver Drug Co.
I0Se Rre4 at leath's Doer.
"I never feltso near my grave,"
writes W. R Patterson, of
Wellington, Tex., as when a
frightful cough and lung trouble
pulled me downto 100 pounds,
in spite of doctors treatment tor
two years. My father, mother
and two 0;t.ers died of consum-
ption. an hit I am alive today
is due soly to Dr. King's New
Discovery. which completely cur-
ed me. N,.w I weigh 187pounds
and have been well" and strong
for years." Quick safe, sure, its
the beet remedy on earth for
coughs, co)dsI lrfpD*, asthma,
Aroup, and all throat and Jung
ttubUls. 'BOo an4 U1.00. 'fa)
boi.* fi' Gaa*t* I -'.


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A swis eamCtd
(Ocala Star, Feb. 14.)
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Y. Miller drove
out to Martel yesterday in their
new luggy. Returning home
they heard a fearful racket in
the rear and looking back saw a


runaway team of horses ap-
proaching. )Mr. Mille turned to
the side of the road, expecting
the runaway to pass eem, but
instead they, too, turned to the
same side of the road that Mr.
[iller did and crashed into the
buggy with great force, throwing
out the occupants.
Mr Miller fell on one of the horse.
see that was thrown to the ground
by the force of the impact. Mrs.
Miller fell beside the other horse,
and the afiimal stepped on her
left arm, breaking it in two
places and crushing her head.
Dr. Veal of Martel came to
their :rescue, hastily dressing
Mrs. Miller's injuries and sent
them h6me, when another physi-
cian took charge of the case. Mrs.
Miller spent a sleepless night,
while Mr. Miller was so bruised
that he is confined to his bed.
The Star sincerely regrets to
chronicle this serious accident
and wishes both a very*speedy
recovery. The miracle is that
both were not crushed to death.
How's This?,
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be oured by Hall's
Catarrh (Cure.


Toleda, 0.
We, the undersigned, have
known F. J. Cheney for the last
15 years, and believe him perfect-
ly honorable in all business
tresactions and financially able
to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 75 cent's per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
constipation.
LEARN TELEGRAPH-Com-
plete course in Telegraphy in
Southern Business College, at
Lave Oak, for very little money.
Big demand now for competent
telegraph operators, such as this
college turns out. Write Prof.
W. P. Mussick, Principal, Live
Oak, for full particulars. J274t.


Sta NMws.

The postmasters of this State
will meet in St. Petersburg in
annual convention in April.
Over two hundred delegates are
expected to be present.
J. A. D. McOurdy and Lincoln
Beachey, the famous aviators,
have arrived in Tampa and be.
gan Sunday to conduct an aviat-
ion race aeet.
Thirty-two cases came up in
the mayor's court in aytona on
Monday morning, and his majes-
ty disposed of them in the re-
cord breaking time of one minute
each.


An Elks' lodge was Installed
St. Petersburg Thursday night
and a big banquet was enjoyedd
afterwards. A number of Elks
from Tampa participated in the
delightful affair.
The first roller skate polo game
in several years was played at
the Palace roller skate rink in
Jacksonville a few nights ago.
In the North this game is con-
sidered the king of winter sports.
Miss Dora Harrison of Ever-
green, Long Island, who is on her
way to Tampa on a walk to re-
duce her weight, has arrived in
Savannah, Georgia. She has
covered the distance between
New York and Savannah in forty-
three days.
The St. ApRatine Ev ing

mark the begifning o the
when Florida .will supply hot
only the markets of the North
and the East with produce, but
the markets of the entire nation
and of Canada as well."'
Toertred or Te Tears.
by a cure-defying stomach
Trouble that baffled doctors, and
resisted all remedies he tried,
John W. Modders, of Modders-
ville, Mich., seemed doomed.
He had to sell his farm and.
give up work. His neighbors
said, '"he can't live much long.
er." he wrote, "till I tried Elec-.
tric Bitters, which worked such
wonders for me tnat I can now
eatthiugs I could not take for
years. Its surley a grand rem-
edy for stomach trouble." Just
as good for the liver and kidneys.
Every bottle guaranteed. Only
W0c at all Druggists.


Send us your next order
job printing.
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1yn River Satu
-day, Feb. 25th to
stayaweek orme
kxing teeth. Your
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Ntlenal B b b P bh OWhL.
Ocala, Feb. 19th.-The Ocals
National Bank opened its doors
for business in this city at 9
o'clock yesterday morning.
There was a crowd at the doors
before the opening and bright
prophecies were made for the
future. By 10 o'clock the de-
posits had reached the shm of
$50,000, and before the closing
hour $67,226,20 had been depos-
ited, which was a magnificent
showing for the first day. Ev-
erybody coatooted with the
new bank is very much gratified.
John L. Edwards, is president of
the new beak; Clarence Oamp,
Mice present, and H. D. Stokes,
cashiE.
SEOgD JOB I il was R An
I have been appoMl district
agent for the Georgia Life Insur-
ance Company of Macon, Ga., for
the counties of Marion, ,Citrus,
Levy and Sumter. This is the
best life insurance company and
has che largest surplus of any
Southern company. It* writes
most attractive policies, and
their premiums are 10 per cent.
lower than any other company
doing business in Florida. I
want a god man, or woman, in
each important town in these
counties to represent the com.
pany as local agent. The com-
missions are liberal and one need
not have had any previous ex-
perience in the biness to make
a ~- aesaa to m.a kea~


*4qM i s, (iTvat 4i -
in connection with any other
work. If you are interested,
write me for terms. Full in.
structions and forms will be sup-
plied to agents.
R. R. Carroll, District Agent,
Georgia, Life Insurance Co.,
Box 606, Ocala, Fla.
la Umpe Oes hs
Strain and weaken the system
and if not checked may develop
into pneumonia. No danger 0of
this when Foley's Honey and
Tar is taken promptly. It is s
reliable family medionie for all
coughs bnd colds, and sets qmuick-
ly and effectively in cases of
croup. Refuse substitutes.
Sold by the Crystal River Drug
Co. *
A well-known promoter from
New York is in St. Petersburg
for the purpose of selecting a
site for a new hotel which will
be erected during the coming
summer It is the plan to erect
a modern four or five-story build.
ing, thoroughly fire-proof and -
convement in every detail.
Remember he ame
Foley's Honey %ad Tar for all
ioughs and colds, for croup,
bronchitis, hoarseness asd for
racking lagrippe coughs. No
opiates. Refuse substitutes.
Sold by the Orystal River
Drug Oo.
One of the Isrgest land dealt-
to take place in DeSoto county
was closed a few days ago by 8.
E. Fletcher of Gardner, whosold
what was known as the Royal 6
Phitip~'a tract, consisting of
,0,000,acres of land, H. C. o(1-I
a aoid Henr Busch of Dauique,
la. Thae gentlemeA will ia.
maed4iatW bq teedlaniar this
trait aa Wit"l i* Borthea


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CRYSTAL RIVER NEWS

Oflhbcil Paper of Citrus County and Town of
Crystal River, Fla.

Crystal Publishing Company, P'b'rs.
E..tIred at the Po Itomlce, Crystal itver,
F i1,, bi,4 wrolecud hcluss mail miattter, March
7. I'. ,.

SV ISCRIPTION $1.0)PER YEAR.

A IVERTI[ItNl RATE.
'r:n .t.t andvertlli4, 'tt!ts 15l entsi per
nri 1 .n his-1.rtion; by tl'. month, lovents
,.'r Ir. n i'ni'h hil rrthil Hpcill irate'n will
Il ,' 'l ii Vlrl Il''rs wlliil to contract for
1 v1 ', 4 I'I6 spLC' lhy lithi yrur. Local no-
..n', i it r l|l" i ,tel iutsrrtl oii.

Fl Il)AY, FEB. 24TH 1911

Pull for Crystal River or pull


out
Did you know that last Wed-
nesday was George Washington's
birthilay? Well, it was.
Wo are, glad to'note that the
recent cold spell did very little
if any damage to the fruit and
vegetable crop oi this section.
What Crystal River needs at
present is ten thousand more
residlints to help eat the fish and
oysters that our town is famous


Wiihat are you doing for your
to\\ in? If you have no consider ce
ill 1 !ie growth and improvement
of ( i ystal River and Citrus coun-
ty, Ihol on earth do you expect
other people to move among you
anmd cause the country to develop
and grow for your benefit .
We have heard tourist remark
that we have a very pretty town.
Yes; we have a pretty town, and
by the number of traveling men
that come here regularly we
know that we must have a busi-
ness town. We also have one
of the clearest and most beauti
River's in the world ad the

her trade, her churches; --*'r
schools, and her beautiful 'river
we have a first-class town in
which to live.
A perfect town is that inwhich
you see the farmers patronizing
the home merchants, the labores
spending the money they earn
with their tradesmen, and all
animated by a spirit that they
will not purchase articles abroad
if they can be bought at home.
The spirit of reciprocity, be-
tween men and mechanics, trad-
esnien and manufacturers, re-
every ti me in making the town a
perfect one to do business in.
Mft .


Effects of Gales on LakM.
The tidelike effects of gales on
lakes having no ordinary tides is
very considerable. In the Caspian a
gale will raise the water on one side
six feet, causing a total difference
of level of twelve feet; in the Bal-
tic' easterly gales will produce a
change of eight teet, and in Lake
Erie heavy gales occasionally cause
a difference of level of more than
fifteen feet.
The Pleasuro Was Mutual.
TlIe friends of two American ce-
lebrities, one a stutterer and the
other somewhat deaf, succeeded aft-
er much maneuvering in getting
them to meet, and the event aroused
considerable unholy glee.
Some time thereafter the stutter..
er wri asked how the interview
passed off.
"Oh. w-we g-g-got along f-f-fine-
S," he stanunered. "I c-c-couldn't
t-t-talk. and s-a-s-she c-c-c-couldn't
'a-h-hear me.'--Lippincott's.


Notice Is Hereby Given That the
Following Proposed Art, In substance
Will Be Introduce in the Leglslatiure
of the state of Florida on or After
the 8th Daf of April, 1911.
An act to prohibit the catching or
taking of Food Fish troin the waters
of Crystal River and Its trib)uitries,
in the County of Citrus, in the State
of Florida, by the use of seines, gill
nets, haul nets, orany other kind of
nets ordevie except cast nets, hook
and line, and prescribing that its
violation slall I pdint.hliedI by gen-
teral laws I: h ii t iai .' ;.:,! andi


provided.
Be it enacted iby the L ,g *lature of
the Atate of Florlda:
See. 1. I'lhat frotin anl aft,'r tli
passage of t his Ai t it sha l H1 uIilitihw-
ful for any prison or persons to,
catch or take food fish from thlie wat-
ers of C'rystal lUver andl itstrihutiar-
iis, situated in Citrus county, in tlhe
State of Florida, by the tiserot.sii.s,
gill nets, haul nets, drag nets,or any
other kind of nets or device,, vxce.it
cast, nets, hook and line.
Sec. 2. That whenever any pcrsn l
or persons are found with any de-
vice rererretid Ii in Section 1, xctpt
cast nets, hook mid linit, in aitiy o(i
said waters, It will be con.,idired
pRIMA FACIE evidence' of his or"
their guilt.
$ec. 3. Any person orp rsotns vie -
lating any of tli plv.-i' s of this
Act shall upon o oiiiliti, i. ) iln-
isihed !aI provided I';- g..ner.l I: ws


Notice is hereby given t
the preliminary Assessment i
for the year 1910 has been s
mitted to the town Council
approval. Any persons desir
change or correction of same m
submit petition for change
appear in person before Coun
Feb 3, 1911 A. S. KIso,
Town Cle
If you want bargains in gc
groceries see L. S. Black.


KILL THE COUCH
AND CURE THE L'UNGO

WITH Dr. King's

New Discover
FOR CR8 s oca
AND0 ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES
GUARANTEED SATIOFAOTXO
OR MONEY REFUNDED.


Foley

Kidney
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in st1c 1 tsrs.'' i lact d. -
Soc.,4 A!I lI I ..m ;.. w;" '
in conflict with this Act I., 'il th,, What They Will Do for You
Kan to are lih, rl','] vy w l', d. ',
Sete. -. T'iis Aiti I lall _.1 it,, i Theywvill cure your backache,
effect upIIn, its passa-, ail til lalpprIal strengthen your kidneys, cor.
by the (;,ovrnvr. rect urinary irregulritico, build
up the worn out 'issues, and
Pneimnonia Folhi's (old climin-ts tha excess uric acid
. But never follows the lFole.'s that causes rheumatism. Pre.
floney and Tar, which checks vent Bright's Disease and Dia.
the cough and expels the co]ld. bates, and restore health and
M. Stockwell, Hannibal, lI)., strength. Refuse substitute.
says, "It beats all the renledies Sohl by Crystal River Drug Co.
I ever used. I contracted a had
cold and caught and was threat- ~1' : '
ened with pneumonia. One -S-, ,:sANDsLAougt
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar -


completely cured me." No op-
iates, just a reliable household
medicine. Sold by the Crystal
Rivet Drug Co.

^._l(B""p'erf moTthi straigtit
alarf and expenses, to menl
with rig, to introduce our Poul-
try Remedies. Don't answer
unless you mean business.
Eureka Popultry Food Mfg. Co.
(Incorporated,) East St. Louis,
Ill. fl-]
60.000 Reward for a Florldlan Thai
Has Never Heard or Plank's
Chill Tonic.
It's guaranteed to cure ma
laria, chills, fever, colds and la.
grippe. Guaranteed to cure a
cold in one night; lagrippe in
three nights. Takes the place
of calomel Your money back
if it does not. For sale at all
first class drug stores. 40-vlr

FOfEY KIDNEY PIUS
oN BAOKAOHM KIDNaYS ANO iLAOODDIr"


)R1. J. E CHANCE
DENTIST
Ollies Second Flou r fieol tr BuillinB
S # OCOALA, FLA. -
T. F. MILLER
Pliysician and Surgeon
Oftlef on Citrus ave., Crystal Rive

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Electric

Bitters
Succeed when everything else As.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testfled.
FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND
STOMACH TROUBLE
it fa the best medicine ever sold
i- over a druggist's counter.


FOLEY KIDNEY PIW
POR RNIUMATISM KIONRY& ANDILADOSI


FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
WOMEN, TALLAHASSEE
olleot, of Arts a.nd Sr. inlo
aool. school of Music, School of A rt,
hool of Expression,, ehool of iomne
nmics. Firstclass equlpmentt h roulghiiUt.
lion tfee. Other expenses Nery low For
ormation address,
EDWARD OONIRAI), Presl(le


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA -
Gc.iuill. A .pmiar .t iBupemidye e I he
FlUids Yu MMs
Four collei'es, uiarcultural exp6,lmtnt
station; University extension. 40 profem.
orsand assistants. A)per cent Inonea.oIn
attendance last yenr. Attractive buildings
anld catupus. For cutatognue address,


Cedar Mill Store






Lard Cans, Fishing Tatkle, Gill Net
Rope, Mending and Hanging Twine,-ax
and Cotton Webs, Cra' ets, Rods. ."d '


Sherwini-Williams rnts, Woolsey's
Copper Paint, White Brass Polish,
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DON'T permit yourself to be inveigled into investing in
"get rich quick" propositions, organized solely for the
[purpose of "getting you poor quick."


YOU go wrong in seeking high rates of interest on .your
money, but you cannot go far wrong in calling on us
when you are in need of funds or when you have funds -
for deposit.


.fOL KDNEY PILES
for backache, rheumatlem, kidney or bladder trouble, ad urinary irrelasi
Poler Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore loqt vitality and vigor. Refuse subeatetum,
SOLD BY ORY8TAL RIVER DRqU,*0'


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drug store. Have you tried it?
If not, we urge you to do so, before your troubles
have obtained such a hold on you, that nothing will drive
them out.
Even now, it may be nearly too late. But try it any-
how. If anything can help you, Cardui will. It has helped
in thousands of cases, where other medicines had been
tried in vain. Why should it not do the same for you?


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"My daughter, Octava, would have been in her grave
today, had it not been for that fine medicine, Carduk"
writes Mrs. Laura Lawrence, of Drennon Springs, Ky.
"Nothing I tried helped my daughter, until she had
tahen Cardui. I had sent for the doctor, when I thought
of. your medicine and got a $1 bottle. When she had
taken four doses she became all right I often recommend
Cardui to my friends."
Your druggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use
on the bottle.
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanoog Medicine Co., ChUttlsoogs. Ten.,
lor Special Instructio, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women," seat hee.


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PREBYTRILIA OHUROH
RT.. A. .LOAN, Minitter.
Preasohi services at 11 o'clock m. and
'ftibath choOl 106. m. very Babbath
prayer mtim oeveryWednesdar at 7JO
oman's Foorerin Mlsionar y Soeiet.
mts on Thursday at p. in. after the se-
ond Sabbath of each month.
A cordil nvitStiont s extended, and a
So oma u iat M us and we will do thee
good."
BAPTIST CHURCH
Ray, U. M. Lone, Pastor.
PrsohinB servioeson second and fourth
*andars, 11 t n. m.,n GT;ai0P....
jiundsa1School every~Sunday at 10 oa.m.
per meetinevery Wedesday, 7 p. m

For tomato plants see J. M.
Hodge.

Dr. J. T. Acton landed a 75
pound tarpon Monday.

Mr. J. J. Priest was among the
visitors to Ocala Tuesday.

Mr. James T. Rawls was trans-
acting business in Ocala Monday.

Col. N. Barco. spent a few
days in Tampa this week on
business.

Mr. Arthur Williams is spend
ing a few days this w~ek at Port
Inglis, the guest of Messrs. Al-
bert and George Dewej.

Mrs. John Culpeper returned
from Olearwater Monday, where
she has been spending tie past
week the guest of Mrs. R. J.
Knight.
Mr. John Culpeper leit for
Silver Springs Ionday, wheke a.e
went to accept 'position a p-
eraBtendeni4jT he Dowl*it
L mber (thi '

After spending a few day in
town the guest of ti uncle, / a
James T. Rawls, Mr, Alva ones
left for Jacksonville Thusday,
where he goes to accept a( posit-
ion with the Wilson Dry Goods

esers. R. A. William Norm
an Williams, Albert a George
Dewey, W. M. Sta ord and
Harvey Edwards run over to
Hernando iaMr. E. K. Eubauk's
automobile on Wednesday night
Iasn.
How to cure a cold is a question
in which many are interested
just now. Chamberlain's Cough
medy has won its great rep.
station and immense sale by its
remarkable cure of colds. It can
always be depended upon. For
sale by all dealers.

Mr. Bud Hilliard came up from
Homoeasse Saturday in response
to a telegram conveying the
sad intelligence of the death
of his sister-in-Law, Mrs. W. R.
Hilliard, who died on Friday
night last at 11 o'clock.

Sedentary habits, of outdoor
exercise, sufficient mastificat-
ion of fod, constipation, a torpid
live, worry and anxiety, are the
moet common causes of stomach
troubles. Sorrect your habits and
take Chamberlan's Stomach and
Liver Tablet and you will moon
be well again. For sale by all


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A Week's Outig.

A party composed of Misses
Susie and Fairah Cato of Oor-
dele, Ga., Miss Jeannette An-
derson of West Point, Ga., Mr.
and Mrs. E. T. Keen and bright
little sons of Homosassa and
Messrs. A. D. Williams and
W. M. Stafford of Crystal River
returned Thursday of last from
Chesiahowitska, where they en
joyed the pleasures of a week's
camp hunt. Chessahowitzka af-
fords all the pursuits necessary
to a successful camp hunt and a
glorious outing-in its woods can
be found in unlimited numbers
deer, wild turkey, bear, quail
and all other game sought by
the sportsman, while its water
contains millions of the games
fish that ever nibbled at the
bait of an angler. The tropical
scenery along the banks of this
lovely stream is more beautiful
than can be described by words.
The moss-draped oaks, sheltering
palms and tropical vegetation
surrounding the visitor on all
sides is known only to a country
where nature never sleeps.
Most of the time of the party
was spent on the river, where
all had the sport of shooting
ducks and catching fish, and by
the way, you should have seen
Miss Susie Cato catch her first
fish, a five-pound trout. The ex-
quisise cooking of Mrs. Keen and
Miss Susie added greatly to the
pleasure of all. Mr, T. B. Cato
and family who live at Chessa-
howitzka joined the party on
their Ashing trips, and took them
to places where fish could be
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ebUyVJ tihevetern fisherman,
4 A'much of the pleasure of the
party was due to their efforts.
Millions of robins fill the trees,
and fried "requbins" adorned the
table many times. According
to all reports the party had the
time of their lives and as such
glorious times come so seldom
this one will no doubt make to
those who enjoyed it more
than a warm qpot in memory's
waste.
Foley Kidney Pills are a re-
liable remedy for backache,
rheumatism and urinary irreg-
ularities. They are tonic in
action, quick in results and af-
ford a prompt relief from all
kidney disorders. Sold by the
Crystal River Drug Co.
Vegetables of all kinds" just
received, fresh and tender, at
J. L. Hurst's market.
wife Got flp Top Advie.
"My wife wanted me to take
our boy to the doctor to cure an
uglo boil," writes D. Frankel,
of Stroud, Okla. "I said put
Bucklen's Arnica Salve on it."
She did so, and it, cured the
boil in a short time."' Quickest
healer of Burns, Scalds, cuts,
Corns, Bruises, Sprains, Swell
ings. Best Pile cure on earth
Try it. Only 0 at all Drugg-
gists.
Quite a number of choppers
from this place, attended the
installation of W. 0. W. offices
for the ensuing year at Lecanto


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..in.. "iln'- of When her child is in danger a erun ralt a toss rnstale or soowe
Sina Uilliard woman will risk her life to pemeIt mht be b em tttom se ONTRACTORS AND I.MDE'S
iths Mrs. .W. B illirdprotect it. No great asctof hero. different r1eties o sMe or euu ses s
Wr e Friday alght lastisim or life is neceMry to protect or test ump beVne pWa' sowgls. .
oetoteen a child hem croup.m ive t ham. t$0"M uown to u temal sup.oo
wberlkin's Cough Remedy and all e' Write or Call onus or Prices
Sw" i ditd dau'enri ved. For ale by at ohe brv te meede "
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A large concourse of young
people enjoyed a, frolic at Mr.
Shiver's last week. All report-
ed a good time.
The chicken pox which had
been raging here a few weeks
ago has about vanished, to the
delight of our citizens.
Mrs. Anderson and children
left for their home at West
Point, Ga., after spending seyv-
eral weeks in our town.
Mr. Bush ,of St. Petersburg
enjoyed a delightful visit to
his friends in our town last
week. He likes ice cream.
A robin pillau took place one
night last week and afforded a
most pleasant time for a goodly
number of our young folks.
The little seven year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Gerock of this
place was run over by passenger
train at Trilby last Thursday,
and was crushed to death. The
little fellow was visiting his
grandmother. The bereaved
parents have the deepest sym-
pathy of our entire community.
Miss Susie Cato, the talented
and accomplished daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Cato, who
are sojourning at their winter
home in our town, returned to
her home Sunday. Miss Susie
made many warm friends during
her short stay in our village who
regretted to see her leave so
soon.
Church Notice.
There will be services as usual
morning and evening, next Sun-
day at the Baptist church.
Preaching by the pastor.
Morning Theme: Hindered
Prayers.
Evening Theme: Opening a
Grave.
A cordial invitation is extend-
ed to all ti dttfdiihese services.
H. M. Losn, Pastor.
You are probably aware that
pneumonia always results from a
cold, but you never heard of a
cold resulting in pneumonia
when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy was used. Why take
the risk when this remedy may
be had for a trifle? For sale by
al dealers
A Lesson Prom Canada.
ITe Grand Trunk Paciie is a new
trnscontlnental road now making rap.
id propres seroes Canada Bullt ao.
cording to the most rct r idea of
railroad construction, It Is Maid that In
establshlag towns along the line the
road has adopted the plan of so laying
out the streets and restricting the
building In proximity to the station
that the towns shan not present at
their railroad entrance that disordered,
mushroom and shabby &apect which
small communities do so commonly
present there. The primary motives
of the directors are neither altroubtle
nor asthetlc. They argue that a pret.
ty station placed In attractive soans
and with a pleasant town settlag will
do more to bold up the towas (and
therefore the ralroad) by inviting pMi
menges to vit and Invest in them
than would a vast amont of advertIs.
ins. The anment Isto one that ought
to be laid to heart by Ma aemmula
Ums eerywMre.

A great deal of improvement wor
las for the want of an Inspiration on
the part of soe ilang work and
a large amount of efort Is beting e-
pended from sheer force of winll. Were
It possible to combine Iaspiration and
will and supply the combination on
demand to every organlMtlon noW
traggling to Improve ta* environment,
what an Impetus would be iven te
fte movamost i meralt


Crystal River Drug Company



Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Per-
fumes, Souvenir Post Cards, To-
baco, Cigars, Nunnally's Candy,
Baseball Supplies, etc.




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We have a splendid line of


DRY'OODS NOTION


GROCERIES, ETC.

We keep nothing but the best.



C. A. MILLER & CO.





Mclver & MacKay
CALA, FLA

DEALERS IN
Full Line of Hardare, Sash, Doors, Bindt,
Corrugated Iron and Roofing of All Kinds,
Builders Materials, Coffins, Farming
Impliments, Etc. Prompt at-
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THINGS TO EAT

I Carry a Full Line of
Fancy and Family Groceries,
4 Fresh Meats, Green Groceries,
1 Can Goods, Confectioneries,
4 Country Produce, Butter Eggs Etc.

When in Town Call on Me and get My Prices
( Before Buying.


L. S. BLAGK.
4 Crystal River, Florida.
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Two District Prizes


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This contest is open to every white lady either married or single in Citrus County, after she is nominated, the lady, hen becomes a
,< testant from the district in which she lives, now this does not mean that your work in soliciting subscriptions is b uud to this dis-
i -t, you are at liberty to work the whole County and State. i
The prizes are to be awarded to the ladies getting the largest number of votes during the 'Contest, after the rand prize have
I ,n awarded, then the ladies that are leading in votes from each district will be awarded a district prie this .Avery
. itgstan.thas a chance at the grand prize, then if you are not lucky enough to win one of the I

I ;nd priz.t, lrifyuor riot lucky enough to win one of these prizes you have a chance yora di et
For blanks call at this office or write and same will be mailed to you. .'
All contestants are to be governed by the rules and regulations of this contest. No votes can be trans
I yee or relative of employees of this paper will be allowed to enter. .


Schedule of Votes.
For each dollar on back subscriptions 1("06 votes. For re-
n -. of one year 1000 votes. For each new subscriber 1 year
1 votes. For 2 years 2,500 votes. For 8 years, 4000 votes.
. [ years 5000 votes. For 6 years 8000 votes.

Division of Districts.
Fn,' DISTRICT-Crystal River, Red Level, Homosassa, Cit-
ronelle.
Sr ;D DISTRICT-Dunnellon, Inverness, Holder, Hernando.

In Case of a Tie.
If any prize is tied for by one or more ladies the prize will
b. ,uplicated or its equivalent given.


TWO DISTRCIT PRIZES.


We will also Offer Two District Prizes.


OFFER.

Ladies these prizes are worth trying for and a little effort on your part
w,. win one of these prizes. The management of this paper is making an
ofi':-" that can't be beat in this State.


For further information and particulars call or write to


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