Title: Crystal River news
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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: March 10, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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: VID00057
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Attacks Scheool frimelpl.
A serve attack on school prin-
cipal, Ghas. B. Allen, of ylvan.
ia, Ga., is thus told by him.
"For more than three years," he
writes,"I suffered indesiecribable
torture from rheumatism, liver
and stomach trouble and diseased
kidneys. All remedies failed
till I used Electric Bitters, but
four bottles of this wonderful re-
medy cured me completely."
Such results are common. Thous-
and bless them for curing stom-
ach trouble, female complaints,
kidney disorders, biliousness,
and for new health and vigor.
Try them. Only 60c at All Drug-
Delicious apples, bananas, su-
gar cane, oranges, and all kinds
of fruits at L. 8. Black's.
Has Milliens Of Friends.
How would you like t) number
your friends by millions as Buck-
len's Arnica Salve does? Its as-
tounding cures in the past forty
S,.. years made them. Its the best
*.., Salve in the world for sores, ul-
cere, eczema, burns, Soils, scalds,
cuts, corns, sore ey0s, sprains,
swellings, bruises 'cold sores.
Has no equal fbrpis, 25c at. All
The OWesN% Whip.
S People who a naequainteod
,*ith Russia and reMd of street
"fstirbsnom suprm 'd by
i+ .... ++little idea ew fomr i babl ep
the N mssab wi teit have
lto ites diu .bfpivu
40 sM I to $Vs

v, ;the bekare
r, ". r In toh Ho
SThe French parliament was ta
alwa famous for the excitement
S sad- ioils of its debates. In the
a"cbhial days, before the rev-
the sessions of the old pa*-
5,C: at were exceedingly dull and
* .p'.q affairs. One day, it is related,
' Ia nole count was trying to make a
speseh, and a very prosy speech it
was, while all the other members
were either chatting or resting.
Presently the president of the body
rapped slightly with his baton.
"If those gentlemen who are talk-
ing to each other," said he, "would
kindly make no more noise than
those gentlemen who are snoring it
would be much appreciated by those
gentlemen who are trying to liten."

When you have rheumatism
in you foot or instep apply
Chamberlain's Liniment and you
will get quick releif. It cost but
a quarter. Why suffer? For
sale by all dealer's.
Warning to Railroad Men
Look out for severe and even
dangerous kidney and bladder
trouble resulting from years of
railroading. Geo. E. Bell, 689
Third St., Fort Wayne, Ind., was
many years a conductor on the
Nickel plate. He says: "Twen-
ty years of railroading left my
kidneys in terrible condition.
There was a continual pain across
to my back and hips and my kid
ney's gave me much distress, and
the action of my bladder was
'. frequent and most painful. I got
m a.supply of Foley Kidney Pills and
the first bottles cured me com-
pletely. Since being cured I have
reommended Foley Kidney Pills
3 to many of my railroad friends."
10olI by Crystal River Drug Co.

One on Ma.
ey tId dauria diner of the
Et ppa, what ih as anshistP
A, n aMMplM the Utnae*
1a1Z p wmu t is aiw' Moi #
enld tuned to his mother.
aS "yo an eshte, Nr 1*

Sgu Age of CAtestauts.
Below we publish the correct
standing of the Contestants up-
to.date, showing all the ladies

Helen Rawls
Bessie Hoy
Ada B. Willis
Chresteen Priest
Estelle Priest
Ida Lee Winn
Etta Everett
Bessie Olliff



Mattie Black 2000
Miss Fannie Peuland 2000
Ethel Almstead 1000
Davie Holder Sapp 1000

Pearl Seckinger
Laura Wingen
Minnion Westhook
Juliotte Prece
Clyde Ash
Mamie Petters
Martha Barnes
Viva Allen
Florida Allen
Jessie Allen N.
Dacie Allen
Mary Allen







A Special Medlae tor kidney Allaents.
Many elderdy people have
found in Foley's Kidney Remedy
a quick releif and all kidney and
bladder ailment and from annoy-
ing urinary irregularities due to
advadeing years. Isaac N. Regan,
Farmer, Mo., says: "Foley's Kid-
ney Remedy effected a complete
cure in my case and I want others
to know of it. Sold By Crystal
River Drug Qo.
Foley Kidney Pills
Neutralize and remove the pois-
ons that cause backache, rheu-
matism, nervousness and all
kidney and bladder irregularities'
They build up and restore the
natural action of these vital
organs. Sold by Crystal River
Drug Co.

Utim Was Lonesome.

Atlanta, March 4.-A short
time ago there was received from
L. W. Latimer, of Bradentown,
Fla., a letter in whi h he sched-
uled his assets as # house, lot,
orange grove, bank account, five
children and a desi? to end his
A story from his letter was
published and Mr. Latimer has
received more than 200 letters
from women all over the country
who express a willingness to
share his lot. Mr. Ibtimer sift-
ed the list of eligilbs down to
six, writes that he has just start-
ed off on a trip to visjt all six of
them in turn and whbn he comes
back it will be the second Mrs.
Latimer. ,-

$80.00 per i salary and expensei~."to imen
with rig, to introducou, Poul-
try Remedies. DonWt answer
unless you mean business.
Eureka Popultry Foo4,Mfg. Qp.
(I orororated,) %t.4gt. Louis,
I fl-6
A Mother's Saftenar
Foley's Honey and Tar for the
children. Is best and safest for
al coughs colds, crou whoop-
ing cou h and bronchi No opi-
g for Sale By, Or l Ri r

Is too often the facial sequence.
Foley's Honey and Tar expels
the cold, checks the lagrippe, and
prevents pneumonia. It is a
prompt and reliable cough medi.
cine that contains no narcotics.
It is as safe for your children
as yourself. Sold by The Cry.
stall River Drug Co.




$109 Reward, $100. (
Th.e readers of this paper will r
be pleased to learn that there is
at h ast one dreaded disease that
science has been able to cure in
all its stages, and that is Catrrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive curo now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease,
requires a constitutional treat-
ment. Hall's Uatarrah Cure is
taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous sur-
facet of the system, there y
destroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient
stre -2gth by building up the con.
situation and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curat-
ive powers that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Adress F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Tolededo, 0
Sold by all Druggists,76c
Take Hall's Familr Pills f< r
Vegetables of all kinds just
received, fresh and tender, at
J. L. Hurt's market.
Send as your nexi ordr for
job eatingg.

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plete course in Telegraphy in
Southern Business College, at
Live Oak, for very little money.
Big demand now for competent
telegraph operators, such as this
collegee turns out. Write Prof.
W. P. Mussick, Pripcipal, Live
Oak, for full particulars. J274t
Kills A Murderer.
A merciless murderer is Ap-
pendicitis with many victims,
but Dr. King's New Life pills
kill it by prevention. They gen-
tly stimulate stomach, liver and
bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites appendicitis, curing
Constipation, Headace, Bilious-
ness, Chills, 25c at All Drug-

State News.
Tampa.wants to entertain the
next annual convention of the
American Automobile Associat-
Hotel Halcyon is to be offered
again for sale on Monday. it is
said that it will go to the high-
est bidder.
An Old Folks Concert will be
given il Miami on March 14.
-This is a' very laughable enter
It is understood that the
Messrs. Camp will build a very
handsome home on their farm
near Ocala.
It is said .that the bridge span-
ning the arms of the Gulf at
John's' Piass will be completed
within two .*eks.
The Dade County Fair opened
its d Tuesday morning with
thq'West display of fruits
and*vegetables ever made in
that county.
Mrs. sand daughter, Mrs.
Cheat h of Columbia, 8. C.,
mother and sister of Governor
Gilchrist, passed through Jack-
sonville a few days ago on their
way to ,allahassee, where they
will op r the.Mansion .
Invit tions have been &tend,
ed- by te a.uJty f RoUlina Ool
4 -n -f+creo..e.

nou ceremonies
Know svion March 9th
good program has been arra
covering a period of two day
Pass-a-Grille will adopt a
mission form of government
that city as soon as it is ii
porated. Steps are being t
to present their charter and
tition to the Legislature,
they propose to) have an i
plan of government for the

Do you know that of all
minor ailments colds are by
the most (Ii. n 'i rous? It is no'
cold itself i,,, you neeh to
but the serious diseases thi
often leads to. Most of these
known as germ diseases. P
monia and consumption are am
them. Why not take Cham
lain's Cough Remedy and
your cold while you can?
sale by all dealers.

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Dr. CG. C. Mizelle,
DENTIST, will be at
+Crystal River Satur.
!day, Feb. 25th to
stay a week 'or more
'fixing teeth. Your

'patonage is solicited.
Offie at Willis Hotel.


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Fifty Thousand Dlls Worth of
Gems Stoen at Seakresi.

Daytona, March 4.-A series qA
robberies culminating with the
burglary of Mrs. Roger 'Whin-
field at Seabreeze last nigbh, is
estimated to have netted a gang
of burglars more than $60,000 in
gbuis and other jewelry. Accor.
ding to the report of Mrs. Whin-
field jewelry valued at $25,000
was secu red from her home, in-
cluding a pearl brooch and two
diamond pendants worth $10,000.
This robbery followed the bur-
glarizing of the homes of E. H.
Hotchkiss here and J. D. Price
at Oriu6nd. The report to the
police shows that at each place
jewels valued at $15,000 were
All the houses were entered.
in the same manner, through un-
locked upper windows, and thQ
robberies are believed to be'the *
work of the same gang. There
are no clues. + '.
A Fierce Night Alarm .
is the hoarse, startling cough of a
child suddenly attacked by croup
Often it aroused Lewis Chamblin.
of Manchester, O0., R. B ..
No. 2) for their four children
were greatly subject' to cotupt',;
"Sometimes na severe attacks,"
he wrote "we 'wei afraid the,:. ,,. ,



s 01 and'tor coughs, colds oft- 4.
. A trouble." So do thousands o
nged others. So may you. Asthma,
s. Hay Fever, LaGripe, Whooping
Cough, Hemorrhages fly before
com- it. 60c and $1.00. Trial bottle
t for free. Sold by All Druggist. 1'
icor- A iOOD JOB FOB THE Iaitl MAN .'
taken I have been appointed district
pe- agent for the Georgia Life Insur-
and ance Company of Macon, Ga., for
ideal the counties of Marion, Citrus,
e Is- Levy and Sumter. This is the
best liWe -uiuWauce company and
has che largest asrplus of any
l the Southern company. It writes
y far most attractive policies, and
t the their premiums are 10 per cent.
fear, lower than any other company
at it doing business in Florida. I
e are want a good man, or woman, in'
ne-. each important town in -these I,
song counties to represent the dom-
iber- pany as local agent. The comrn-
cure missions are liberal and one need
For not have had any previous ,ex-
perience in the business to make
a successful life insurance agent.
.- You can do this, to advantage,
in connection with any other
work. If you are interested,
write me for terms. Full in.
structions and forms will be saop-
plied to agents.
R. R. Carroll, District Agent,
Georgia, Life Insurance Oo.
Box 606, Oesla, Fla.
can be had by ambitious young
men and ladies in the field of
"l wireless' or railroad teleg-
raphy. Since the eight-hour law
became effective, and since the
wireless companies are estab-
lishing stations throughout the
country, there is a great short
age of telegraphers. Poaitibns
pay beginers from 170 to 190,
per moqth, with good change of
advaneonent. The National Tele-
graph Institute operates six.offi-.
vialinstituteuin America under
supervision ot railroad and wire-
lu ow cals, and p Ies ll grad.
uates intopodto n. It willp .. "'
a. ion tM nt l t,.,, .

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(DvTAI RIVR NW~ tI' I~IleebyLiln Tat Iii' oticce i lorL'hy givehi that
CRYSTA~fL RVE EW lowiin iii Proposed Act, titIsulLstant-lt- !1epr (tt ii I1.tIAsses~smniit roll
Uffeta t'~pi It ii I y at oo i u I ~W il HeInl!roithiced In lthe Le-.Isli itre 'I
r,.uii o and Town of te i1tt o 'lrlt t it(-ea t*11.110) has been sub-
the Sthll1013 #11Apri.I,.111,iltil.ie I h(towvn Council for
CrystalPublliting Comnpuny, P'b'rs. 1 u eteiig aju'o\. Any personts desiring
~iuuru IL, P.- ur~tii j.r.t~hhip'of V ,iod ishfruti'l p-h iatti' rn cit i~rre.etioniof saine will
Vl~bl, -i i,- i' ituO. f lCI 1 011'tti11v wt -1:1iar...l ii Lpoi'itian for change or
T. 11006.In till,('olitly Alf CitroN, illthiipa ;,r I person Iwfoie Council
S U B S U R I P N [ .oN I" .1 )-PT jl Y E A .. O f F lo rid a, Ib y lth e t,* A f i o tsle It l S i a
_______ I't. 1 E 111.,11.lI3 iA.ir Snd fKING,
~ I\ iur~i~ t.'li(. it*, hcil itt' eet:,. o all th et. h i 4i, owilek
Trnwil-nt tuovit, it ii nt. 15 *C Iit; 1-1I antIii lii. ;tilt[ pr-scribiing t11M itS iyu w n ara n g o

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pait'iorA I' it I It Wit;:!:, MeTC'-- l UsLU
Give get.,-i .,-, > as atu re and pond ers of ( w a iit v i t*ad is riltill Iit 'KingEU8
and they w1011lti~v care' of themselves Ieg, sit uwai'Iii (itrtis touiity. nIi Ow It,
With lit tle Iiui-lill~. Statv of Fr).ifa, Ihy tll,'list. of n ~ui~ vu
Provide CiC.llltnesti and keep gill not s, 4mii idnes, dr~i: I t nois, raill-eRIC
themdeaSlid*sI usually Enad otdor Liii! Iof fnets or tIevic: I V lit t oo & $l-~ok
an Unsatlstiioloiiy liarkett. cast, lit-, ieok an flu..1 TalBt@Fe
Henis thzitlaytift lisetleti eggs may --.CA*; tWi~iii ll ~a4..l2 SiAND LUlJTROUBLEES..
be helped 1ly a ilti he more i-ege'tables or pcrow4lire found 'N\itt. .Iii ,.;, .; E1UDSA&Tr FFACTO
or gretaiifl.]1at nuet e'-.- Shell. ~~~~~r~ e I ~tll ,ix

AUUU1 "11 U:ai' ML.: i A UI t 1u'L u U F ior
market nt I 'n %uis Iuld. There is no
profit In fe',ding thie ua'terr tIu't.
Never elih:ii,e .t ni tw bretd simply
because \xtraval;iL'i al:luhs arte given.
It is better to try to jiprove the old
Do not forget that tlih hens will need
l.lltv y f rlit l.]to h hi rind u the

cast lit-is, h.imik Iluld lira. in :i !1.
sait wnat :--, it W ill hI .: ,. r '
p it[MA i'.\<'"I Vvil ltw ..i' hi; I*
tI I ir n"uilt.
lu ti ; ;. 1 .1' i"* h r. ', -i ; n .
Act ;llll H1 l! p oll A OW W! 1n i 1
is d l1| iw; idv I I' l, U.0 Ii i I

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College of Arts an dit Min ita
mchlool. School of music. sclioui of Art.
School of Expreioson,, MHiiellol Of 1101Wne
Plentiuics. Fi"rstcliti, e'qi~it nt-lt lheroubeiouit~t.
Tuition free'. Otiter t'xpinuse veriy low iFor
tnttiriiatiou admdresus,
ELAVARit) ('tNI ItA 1), I're- lilt,

GainMrille. A sumniir but iaepdmv iMtul6 Io
FPodda Youn Mm
Four colleges, agricultural experiment
statiton; University extension. 44 profess.
ora.iiin ii.isttitq. t) per cent increase la
itttndanclii' last year. Attractive buildings
tnid tn iiipus. For cntatogue address,

Have You Tried It?
There is a bottle of Cardul waiting for you at the
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?



The Woman's Tonic

"My daughter, Octava, would have been in her grave
today, had it not been for that fine medicine, CarduW"
writes Mrs. Laura Lawrence, of Drennon Springs, Ky.
"Nothing I tried helped my daughter, until she had
taken Cardul. 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
r--. 4AJ- i- 4;a.

* p----* Card ** *. .,. op iv i, ;-- ': r Lar dui to my menus.-
food. If hid iv at :it is ot avail. it, .!A -i : ruul y n
able provl, it r thet. 1i s 4. .. ., ,. Your druggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use
Trentimet. for rtp;i: (ine ionli'e per- in 'l i. .'. i ;i: ; t i Wi! Do for You n the bottle.
mangiaunato 4: pnhli to three pints of ,ine. ar., hi r .by rI'r 1;,ro!. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chiattiooga. Team..
water for :-utiiii"r'in;lg the head. For sec. 5. This .\t sall .i i T.y.:j .. cur byourbackache, ortperiallnsfmtuon. and 4-pagebook. "HomeTreatmentlorWomen."s atrent .
drinking purp(isrs dilte one pint of effect tipion it.s pas'.-isa ;ii;s ,1 ,,: a *. :Str,-'.: i. your Lkdncys, Co.*
the above isture in three or four by lth (!ov(crnr rect uri.:.rirr ular;iics, build .
pints of v:ri 'i.
The dust hlth is one of *he most j .- v -crn cut tissues, and 5z (
necessar-y il.is tlhant go to tmake up a Rural Lchool Cmrd.n Sucostion. cli.ninatf; the excess uric acid
fowl's lift to rid it of lice. If the In riral r omminuiitio lihd!<:, l i.f can t;.< ai: 2 5o rheumatism. Pre.
hens get thlit dust ibath outdoors ii the tducting miniature ve'gtable ,ir tilv.'r V ..
summer anwl it Is good for themiii, then gnrde'ns It might le Ietter t e nur i -' D eae and Dia. 1
we mus provide it ludoors In the, different varlctles f gr;A:ts or v-r:-SL ', '.':s r.:. restore health and i Store
winter. for test upon hoe1 1 ilut.. l i I, ,cIur'ing L th. refuse substitutes.
Flavorino Tobacco. the studen'-- to undertake irmuill exper-
Nearly an 'i ol, os re doctored lI liments w.hic:.KIill have fer ti r chIlof t'" 'i l, ( I:, i l iv'('r Drug Co.
Various ways in ljrd!,: to suit the tastes eu'd .h- dev.-'e-i neut (if the f)ctultleq
of different >cons;:i;cr". Each manu. of observition. Different mlethds of I r, -, *' .;'*'7 I SJ 7
tacturer-. in l Hlavana-has hisown Allage and fundamental principles of V, '**.:." ",. kAlvlJ jt
eecrat methLis, handed down from fa- thimarharacter will be Involved ir these ". T. nr.a ou r
their to puin, which are regarded as per- experimental or demonstration 'arens
feetly gltimate and necessary in t the results of which will emphave the E CACE Lard Cans, fishing Take, Gill Net
of the oothin weed. tportanc of certain lines of wrk.. E CLard Cans ing Ta e, Gill Net,
ISa lOlleah pono o m.wC r O DENTIST Rope, Mending ad Hanging T e Flax
It bule.Ik, oree, hopey, mola + The Ple- e,
dad easugar to give sweetHesnging"V0 ,,, '0 f ,.,rBun. 1l0.0
. o ie Stgartto e O The friends of two A Occ a n dxd om u n g
It for the special benefit of chewers .s-z. .reasre wA and,. s et"(Weblq Crab1'Net o1 .83 -
end mm to make It keep well and p,. lebritie, one a stutterer and( the I OCALA, FIA. and Bait
serve its proliertile. Nearly every other somewhat deaf, suceeded,aft -- -Ree- ls Hooks and Artificial Bait.
plant which will afford n perfume is er much maneuvering in ge~tinii, T.F. \ .1ILLER Sherwin-Williams Paints, Woolsey's
Sued in the preparation of what are them to meet, and the event aroused erin- iams Paints, Woolsey
known as "fancy" toliacicos. But It is considerable unholy lee. lhy.iiialt :'nd Surgeon Copper Paint White Lead, Brass Polish
qot true, as some suppose. that opium Some time thereafter the stutter t!!tin Cil-. av ., Crystal RiverCopper Paint, White Lead, Brass Polish,
and deleterious drugs are employed. er was asked how the interview -and Motor-Boat Hardware at
save In a few bnuds ouf imported pas ed of. .
Turkish and Egyptian cigarettes. p w-e g-g- ro f -
Among the flavors used ire coffee, tea, i
valerian, lemon, ornia:,, geranium, ly," he stanmmered. "I c-couldn't
assafras, th.vme, anis', ii.nt and cin.- t-t-t-talk. an s-s-she c-c-c-could.u't '
samon. Guin and glycedil are occa- a-h-hear me."-Lippinc6tt's.
slonadly employed to linl the tobacco .... .A I
particles so that they shall not crumble By the Card. -
Into dust The various itngredients are < T"Will -rother 1.1 oes hiud -"t t h fas
made into a kind of sHtt-ce, into which .ones Succ, "n everything else fal.
the tobacco leaves ore dipped or with lead?" was asked by the pastor at net outratib on and female
Which they are sprinkled.- London the be, f rt ne ,ave, tectidrs. iar W illiamsAl
Awers. Waking, with a start at the in-n- FO Ip .a Y. LIV ER llAND-Al
tion of his namei, the deacon almost L .CVH p fRO
It he Thund r. broke heup tp ; service by replying, "I !t i .c i ever sid
d ,,h tpehap h LI1Ltii h+, itd" tilt' aia e'

unerUl Wliau HUllUtit LIrultte name Jl
of Thunderer was applied to the
London Tinies, s;ys a correspondent
of the New York Ilerad. Two la-
dioa oi Kew were splashed with mud
bv an ill be'hae'd hoe-scian, and the
Times, taking the matter up, in a
leading article vi,,orously denounced
the rudeno-s of th.c r: hr, alleged to
be the 1)!.' C,;aiIneri:ul. On
the nallezat;i'>I I,r vin. fa!e another
article aipl '-,nAd bU' way of apology,
in which occurred the plhrnse "we
thundered out." This grandilo-
quence ,anhlt the public fancy,and
the name Thlinderer'followed as a
matter of cour o

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Musalin Windcw For Cow Stable.
Cowx should not stand aclug aWi
w Inle 1 the, wi"dt w be orered
~wIth mulin. Ity the way, the muslin
ridow In I ('ow stable Is. better by
hr thnn gla.. It glveq a subdued
Ilght and furnlshdes ideal ventilationL
Ire oignorance or vtouirn.
8he-TYou mild that I was necenstsry
to your happlne'ss. t1- I was young
then and very Ignorant. I had no con-
ception of relative values. She-What
do you mean? Re-I menn that I
didn't know a necessity from atn ".1a s IsN5as
Iletiam.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.

for backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities.
Foley Kid nay Pills purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes.

Your Business

N One Knows Your Business So

Well as You do Yourself

DON'T permit yourself to be inveigled into investing in
"got rich quick" propositions, organized solely for the
pipurp,'se 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.

A Careful, C as 3rvative, e iti-
mate Banking Business Conducted.

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0 Di" Dity.
Ray. J. A. LOOAM, Minister.
Preachin services at 11 o'clock a. m. and
abbath School 10a. m. every Sabbath
Prayer meet as every Wednesdayrat TlO
Soma's Foreign Misstonary Societr.
meets on Thursday t 8, p. m. after the sec-
ond Sabbath of each month.
A cordial Invitation Im extended, and a
glad welcome await all.
Come tnou with un and we will do thee
Ray. x. M. Loie. Pastor.
Preaching serviceon second and fourth
Sunday, at 11 a. in., and TU0 p. m.
Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday,. I .m

And still no rain.
Por tomato plants see J. M.
There was preaching in all of
our churches last Sunday.
Mrs. N. Barco spent Friday in
the Brick City shopping.

Mr. W. M. Stafford was among
the visitors to the Phosphate
City Monday.

County Commissioner Gerock,
of Homasassa, was a visitor to
. Crystal River Tuesday.

Mrs. Keene and Miss Cato,
came up from Hbmosassa on a
shopping expidi'ion Tuesday.

If the farmers dor.'t get some
rain pretty so i we are afraid
that the Ue table crop will
come up short ,
Mr. S. A Fickler, editor of
The Wlli4on Advocate, spent
SaU~~ad Spund at his home
Sdp the river. ...
Thire ofolash Mackrel that
we have see1, this season was
brought to town by Mr. Jasper
Black on Tuesday morning last.

The most common cause of in-
somnia is disorders of the stom-
ach. Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets correct these disor-
ders and enable you to sleep. For
sale by all dealer's.

Crystal River is exceedingly
quiet these days. It is seldom
that you ever hear of an arrest
being made which shows that we
have a good law abiding set of
people. '

After a sojourn of a few days
in Crystal River, the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Barco,
Mrs. J. G. OCulpeper left for her
new home at Silver Springs Fri-
day morning.
The many friends of Mr. Geo.
W. Hyde will be pleased to
learn that he is able to take up
.-his duties as assistant manager
So the cedar mill. He returned
from the hospital in Atlanta

JohnuW. Sickelsmith, Greens-
boro, Pa., ha% three children, and
like mot children they frequent-
I, tke old. "We have tried
several kinds of cough media,
ciae.," he sayT, 'but have never
found any yet that did them as
much gaod as Uhamber)ain's
Cough Remedy." For sale by all
a dealer's.
Miss Beutie V. Logan, of Hmov.
t, oville, Ky., arrived in town on
Thursday last and will make an
tended visit with her cousin,
2ev. J. A. Logan and wife. Mr.
e ] auils us he had never eon
e ouia beforehand thatitis a
.u "O imuslf and
a te have her in their
i .. $ -

Prof. E. R. Ervine paid Dun-
nellon a visit Monday.

Mr. J. K. Eubanks was trans-
acting business at Inverness

6 or 6 doses "666" will cure
any case of Chills and Fever.
Price 256. 48-Om

Mr. J. B. Cutler was transact-
ing business in Tampa the first
of the week.

The large Schooner, May Lee,
arrived in port from Hudson
with a cargo of oranges Tuesday.

Mr. D. B. Mayo, of Summer-
field, is spending a few days in
town the guest of Mr. John Ju-

The meeting which has been
in progress at the Christian
church came to a close on Sunday
night lasb.

Mr. J. W. Willis has jnst start-
ed the erection of another large
new launch for the Crystal Riv-
er Fish & Oyster Co.

Messrs. C. Hodges, D. Lane
and Will Gilley, of Inglis, passed
through Crystal River Monday
enroute to Inverness.

J. Taylor repersenting the
G ver Stewait Drug Co., of
Jal sonville, was in town calling
on eCOrystal River Drug Co.
M1 day.
e handsome'yacht Tigress,
bel oging to Mr. 0. 0. Hunt, ar.
rive 'in port Sunday from an
exz nded cruise of about eight
or ten weeks down in south
If you have trouble in getting
rid of your cold you may know
that you are not not treating it
properly. There is no reason
why a cold should hang on for
weeks and it will not if you take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
For sale by all dealers.

Prof. R. L. Turner, came
over from Inverness Monday
night to appoint a teacher to take
Miss Bogg's place as teacher in
our school, she being called
home on account of the illness
of her mother.

"Foley's Honey and Tar is the
best cough remedy I ever used
as it quickly stopped a severe
cough that had long troubled me"
says J. W. Kuhn, Princeton,
Nebr. Just so quickly and sure-
ly it acts in all cases of coughs,
colds, lagrippe and lung trouble
Refuse substitutes.

The Pastor of the Presbyterian
church desires a full attendance
next Sabbath. One offering for
all eight of the boards of the
church will be taken at the morn-
ing service. Let us give God a
a willing service, and do our
whole duty to God, church and
self and to those dependent on
us. There will be preaching
service morning and evening.

Slurewi toer a Vsertdsa That
las lever leard of Flak's
t^s guaranteed to cure ma'
lara, chills, fever, colds and la-
gripe. Guaranteed to cure a
tre *nights. makes the e
of calomel Your money beck
ifitdoenot. For uale at all
test elmm4us r taie.- 4 eOrtir

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What Displeased Him.
Two banters were mating their way
across a lhush meadow after a rain.
The ground was molet and soggy, but
their teet by quick stepping could be
prevented *om sinking more than a.-
kie deep.
Suddenly the one ln advance dlaap
peered up to his neck In a narrow
stream that, owtis to the luxuriant
growth on the bank, bp had obavd
only as he stepped into It With
culty he pulled himself out idbega
wringing the water t.tahals
I"Wll dare a country," he re arkd,
with feeling. "where they their
creeks up edgewlse and hide 'ea fa the
rmas."-Phuladeluphla Ledcar.
Tortolse hell.
What is known as "tortoise shell"
coApists of the thin outer scales
which overlie the shell of a species
of sea turtle. The shelling process
consists in spreading dried leaves
or grass evenly over the back and
then setting them on fire. The heat
causes the shell to separate at the
joints, but does not injure it. A
large blade is then inserted hoii-
sontally between the laminate, which
are gently pried from the back
Many turtles, do not survive the
process, but most of them live and
get a new covering, just as a man
will grow a finger nail in place of
one he may lose.
The pirtt of Peootball Play.
We have surely improved the
spirit of play. The charge of inter-
national brutality no longer stands.
We have shortened the period of
play and lessened thereby the
strain. The record of the YaleCo-
lumbia game in November, 1872,
showed something either of the way
time was kept in those days or else
the ability of the team to.keep go-
ing for an unlimited period. Think
of this, those of 7ou who feel that
two thirty-five minute halves is al-
most too long i "The first goal was
scored in fifteen minutes, the se.
ond goal took fifty-eight minutes
and the third goal forty minutes.to
That fifty-eight minute goal mnwt
have been trying on both sides. We
have also brought the playing sea-
son to an earlier ending and avoided
some of the risks of former days on
frozen grounds--Walter Camp w
Why Net Do Your Own Expedmentlnglt
. Why not maintain a little expert.
mental plat of your own? It is not
always the part if good Judgment to
ilant a whole Seld la some highly r-
eiamended variety abott which you
|- aw nothing except through the
statement of others. With a small
Mgat in some handy eorer of the farm
it I possible to test out new varitles.
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Will have regular services con.
ducted by the pastor next Sun-
day. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:80 p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited
to attend and all the members
are specially urged to do so.
H. M. LoNG, Pastor.

1'.. last ernon to suffer death for
forgery in London was a Thomas uay.
ard, who was eecuted on Dee. 91.
829. It was not, however, until 1S
that the death penalty for the crime
was placed by transportatIi, though
even then an exception was made la
the ase of forgin or altering a
will. This ezeption was not removed
from the statute book until 1887. In
the days of good Queen Bess a forger
of dmds was very avrely dealt wit.
He had to tand nla the pillory; his ears
were cut eof his noes alt, and he was
branded with hot iroos. If he survived
those ordeals he was doomed to lm.
priomenut for the est of his days,
and everything he poeasesd In the
world .was forfeited to the crown.
Surely death woold have been far
more dclfu.
Waelf Who Seeame Famous.
The list of walfts who have become
famous, says the Delineator, Isto a long
one.' It includes Sir Henry Stanley,
Queen Catherine the Good, Alexander
Hamilton, Rosa Bonhour, Edgar Allan
Poe, Rachel, Leonardo da Vinci and
dates back ua far as Moses. All these
were homeless children-children. who
Ift left to their fate would undoubtedly
have drifted Into evil ways. Instead
they have lived to add glory to their
names and have contributed to the
knowledge of the world at large
through the fruit at their genlus.

WLftft J6,M. 4% JR. JM*,M A& A& A& A& A& =Lq

Crystal River Drug Company I


We have a splendid line of



We keep nothing but the best.


Mclver & MacKay


Full Line of Hardare, Sash, Doors, BlUnds,
Corrugated Iron and Roofing of All Kinds,
Builders Materials, Cofns, Farming

Impllments, Etc.
tention given to

Prompt at-
all Mail


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

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

Crystal River, Florida.

Crystal River Drug Company

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


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First Prize $450 "Seminole" Parlor
Grand Piano

Two Grand Prizes

Two District Prizes


This contest is open to every white lady either married or single in Citrus County, after she is nominated, the lady then becomes a
contestant from the district in which she lives, now this does not mean that your work in soliciting subsc ritions is bound to tisdis-
t, you are at liberty work the whole Countt and State.
Thpries are to b warded to the ladles g tting the largest number of votes during the Contest, a ter the grand prize 4iave
'een awarded, then the adles that are leading votes fro each district w(ll be awarded a district piiz. Now this meaeens
contestant has a chance at the grand prizes, hen if you aje not lucky enough to win one of these'prizes e h vr' *-
grand prizes, then if you are not lucky enough to win one of these prizes you have a chance for a districtpe.
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 transferred or sold. No em-
ployee or relative of employees of this paper will be allowed to enter.

Schedule of Votes.
For each dollar on back subscriptions 1(i00 votes. For re-
newal of one year 1000 votes. For each new subscriber 1 year
1000 votes. For 2 years 2,500 votes. For 3 years, 400" votes.
For 4 years 5000 votes. For 5 years 8000 votes.
Division of Districts.
FIRST DISTIuCT-Crystal River, Red Level, Homosassa, Cit-
SEco.ND DISTRICT-Dunnellon, Inverness, Holder, Hernando.
In Case of a Tie.
If any prize is tied for by one or more ladies the prize Will
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will win one of these prizes. The management of this paper is making an
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