EAL ER N S
SH' PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY FOR CRYSTAL RIVER
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLORIbA. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, IM1 NO. 50
J. E. Stevens and smart Rev. DiffeAwlorth, new pas. BIVIVAL EETIN0 3I3011 SUNDAT WRO WILL II FLsUU 01r, TIi
son, James, are visiting tor of the Methodist church, ar. A series of revival services WRIll T V
es at Oxford this week. rived in town lae week to take will begin at the Baptist church A golden and the richest op-. '
Stephens and wife are his new pastbls. Sunday and continue perhaps portunity for capital offered in
Sr to town this week. B. M. HeckaMt a well known ten or twelve days. The pastor the entire South today is the
are staying with Mr. and tyro, now a duty sheriff of will preach Sunday at 11 a. m. building of a railroad connecting
ellert. Alachua county, was in town and 7:45 p. m. Morning theme, Tampa and the Gulf Cost with
ee obu'lt-+ess. "Getting closer to God." Een- the middle West.
*o Mioassey come down Sunday yaing theme, "Preparation for The Tribune may be accused *
tr ton this pent the day with his fain- Miss Graham,.who taught at Soul Winning." Beginning Mon. overdoing this particular subje4
J. H. Hood's 0 are visiting r. and Withlacoochee, Tlosed a sUC- day evening Rev. J. J. loar of but it is one that we cannot get
is nearing cone A. Miller. cessful term last week and left Gainesville will do the preach- away from.
a fei weeks willhe a rd received from Charlie for her home at l tachatta. ing. Further announcements Why capital does not jump at ;
Soccupacy. -" s has picture of a Florida Quitman Hay, ope of the prom- will bp made from time to ime thls proposition and proceed
.. l ... Back on it, and Charlie inent citizens of Urystal 'River during the meeting. Let ery to utilize it to its own aud, th*
L. $. Black hose ar el ie is riding the hog some. and marshalof tlat progressive one attend that can. and I t us general advantage is more we
ennetall ame in a few W. Phillips a congenial town, was an appreciated caller seek earnestly and trus tgly can understand.
fire ptection. l nlig ,ant, wvas a business at the Chronicle office Tuesday. the Lord's favor. Here we have the certainiy of
efire dtection. d r ting tan, was a business -Chronicle. H. M. Long, PaIor. establishing an entirely new
Several Red Leveland rn lat e He connection through a practically
River people enjoyed a picnic ribed r ur ppr for a epar work, under the superghtn The Osarks.- new territory, establishing a new
at Shell Island yesterday. All be sent to his brother, vision of 0. M. Miley, haa begun and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton gateway to Florida and to the
reported a nice time. s Attorney 1. S. Phillips on the Orystal River Inglis hard of Olay City. Ill., coughed and commerce of the Southern seas
rsepoert eari n wi mpa. road. The intention is to con- coughed. He was in the moun- and it is permitted to lie un-
For p hased a 80y friends of Mr. G. tinue the road to Inglis, and the tains on the advice of five actor realized.
horse power ato ear in which he rds will be glad to learn of county road building machinery who said consumption, but'found A line built apploxilnately
willtravel hiq territory in the hi covery from a recent at- will arrive in a week or so and no help help in the climate, and along the route originally mapped
interest ofhis firm. tat if malaria. Mr. Edwards will be used in doing the work. started home Hearing of Dr. out for the Tampa Northern
Mrs. J. J.,Brown and daugh.-1y hat a few days recreation F. Van Roy and J. E. Stevens King's New Discovery, he begar would furnish a key to the trans.
ter, Miss Rosa Hammonid,. ~ stal River is better than of Crystal River were pleasant to use it. "I believe it saved commercial enterchange of West
Ozello aere in town Tuesday o al medicine. callers at the Chronicle office mv life," he writes "for it made and South is concerned.
a shopping mission. H. Boswell and father, G. Tuesday. Mr. Stevens is the ma. a new man of me, so that I can The Tribune believes that if this
Lumber is being lihauled and '. well and Walter F War- pr of that progressive town and now do good work again." For proposition were submitted in its
work will start next week -oi nd two pretty little daugh, reports his city enjoying a steady all lung disease coughs, colds, true aspectto discerning capital-
the construction of the a e over Sunday in the and prosperous growth-OhCiron. la grippe, sthma, croup, such a line would be built.
two story store building 6f r's auto car and spent sov. ile. -' whooping coug hay fever, hem. Why don't Tampa taKe it p.
Williams.Wolriams. I orrhages, hor ess, or quinsy? on iteslf to see that sue
b. ""Williams. ours enjoying the cooling. Miss Elsie Masters returned hage h es, or quiny, on i o see h such a shd -
is the best nown md ingiis mad e
Lo- '^ ^ ^^0ikV^Boy~ aeX^on the banks of our Sunday from Rookwell, whore df essentials
the peach belt of Georgia in sear- News cme by wire last Sat the past few weeks. She was ftte Go rug mercial impt e.
ch of orders for his firm, The urday of the death of Mrs. Irene accompanied by Miss Ethel gists .lt't certainly worth
Baum Van Roy Orato Company. Harrell, daughter of Mr. Warren Hunt, one of Dunnellon's fairest CBIIBDUN WIL ing on.--Tam Trib une.
Miss Levenia Fuller left yester. S. Paul. Her death was caused daughters, who will be her guest We can no- onge a rd to The opportunity set forth
day after a few weeks visit to by congestive chills. The de- for several dys. attempt to perfect efforts, the Tribune's article is wo
her friends the Misses Willis at ceased was well known in Crys- Mr. Ottoi will leave in the along educational for of the consideration of cap
the Crystal River Inn. Miss tal, having lived here practically near future for Tampa to make appreciated results i gif 1sts, and the News believes
Fuller's many friends hope she all her life, only a short while his home. He says the noise of ing Diplomas to all m- the "Flsgler of the West Coa
will visit Crystal again, ago removing to Wauchaula. the city makes him prefer coun- pleting the Gramin doe) will' be found before long.
I hve thagencyatthisplace The interment took place at try life. Says life in Crystal and High School Bde) eralpromisonsTOrystal Riveri
I have the agencyat this place Chubb. Requiescant in pace. River is a real pleasure and its work. were ientihed wi th t G.
for the Eagle engines, A party of jolly ong folks with reluctancthe leaves. Our The above bel road,.whose rigth of Woay com
wanting a good engine at a rea- A party of jolly young folks te of thmg Ih our toit '0ol. Ni f,
sonable price please see me b.- dryve over Sunday from- Her- people regret to lose them. of my purpose, I at a rohs written the Trihb6
fore buying. Jas. T. Rawls. 4-10 nando and enjoyed'a day's out. Foley Kidney Pills contain in ing to give Diplo that he will meet an Amn1 p.
Good results always follow ing on Shell Island. The names concentrated form ingredients ol e d ho desire to investigate th
the use of Foley Kidney Pills. of the Hernando crowd is as of established therepeutil value workthis year, proposition with an atoniobile
They give promote relief in all follows: Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Per. for the relief and cure of all finishig the at Bookville and utake them
cases of Kidney and bladder r kins, Misses Laura Winger, Mae and bladder ailnments.Foley Kid Il thi coB -l ov rthendgunl r utie them
cases of Kidney and bladder Hicks, Dora McDaniels, Beulah ney Pills are antiseptis, tonic and quest the teaEliq' ov the#riginal route aspped
disorders. Try them. Crystal restorative. Retuse substitutes. tograde such out by the Tampas Northern, and
Drugr. Co. May and Messrs. E R Rs, H. Orstal Drug. Qo. (questions to"- I its strictly up to the Tampans.
C. Hicks, Law Davis, Vernon ueonto b'
Saturday the sawmill shed of Perkins and Herbert Hicks. Let all members and friends me) very closely aa'4l et lews
the crate company caught' fire. remember that we observe the same to my office for The death of Butler Fisher c. '
It was discovered by Mr. Em. Two negro boys, "Jumper" Sacrameut of thli Lord's. Supper section before PiP carrd Friday of last week, ater
mett Hodges, who happened to Pearson anid Julius Loadholt, at the Presbyte anshurch at p issued. R. L. Tur 4ffs in many months with un
be passing by. He quickly gave crea a little excitemet in o'clock next Sab1th. Members Several of the poUl6 ii ble disease. He was se,
,f b alarm and one bucket of water the vicinity of the fish houses will be ieceivep and children work during moat otlhb* every comfort osmibe .
-.. did the required work. Tuesday when they engaged n baptized. A ful attendance is been in clasesoftkoN ultag his illness, an silld.ll .
Ourtis Hay, who has been with erestick and hain thet fight. Theyor's desired. ThereFi1 be no even. th or Eleventh Gtadeiia toar attended him. Re hq -
,uthe Independent at St. Peters e arraigned icostn the Mayo ing service as will worship these examinations wsihrve fwendi both whit wo
ShIburg for some months, is again~ $5 an costs or ten days on with our friendif the Baptist ils of the Eighth Grade,' 'and it will be
on the Inverness Chronicle force, but Julius at this writing is still ehr t in their f oal meetings. towecurethiediplom i noei name '
having accepted a position with enj ying the luxuries of incar- We note in so e of our ex- Thoe who successfully
that paper last Saturday. Ourtis cer tion. All loafers were eiven changes notices frequently ap. exaintiotwi ree a -."
is a good printer and an upright not ce to go to work, and the pear oft'ie cate s of four or dipoa thool clee;nin .1 day evl a-s
young man and will do well and ma shal was instructed to arrest live fish frcom i).adjacent le ingt xerioenwill best co c inot; rgtieM-ag, B
make friends wherever he goes. all ^ oe who continue loafing. or stream. Somi of them wouldd housermlthe pupil.e of 1ea am '. "
Come over Mnd see us Ourtis. Ja again no doubt be pleaantly mrprised t1 a*M logrtaNde
oi ot weather has a n to spend a day on or in at ,uda M- w, ."
Don't forget Post Oard Day, oou s reu i o n oir to be ble
Monday, May 1st. Send all the ined brings rhe ougts river. The resul o heir day's evening on, a
post cards you' can get to ytpr of te pleasure, 9f e gulf to fishing would nn uba .au.e.. u 5.:k Wel who ,-.i 0
S northern friends. Write the tbe m~nds of Ory1 Riverites, the lovers f at sport ..to ie wgi a sp
Florida Grower at Tampa sad a on it that Shell "check their t k to 'Oryqtal .
't they will send you a supply. IM a a much larger River." One a &e shr- 9'" -
The Orystal River Dru' Company yd B uniers this sum- bead, twenty-fly. ot, eve- .
offers free post cards for the ask. d, rtofore. Improve- teen red fish an !.veral othire, H
ing. Call at the store of 0. A. I~I -mtde shortly in making in all an hundred and- eo
miller and get a copy of the t of repairs to houses, fifty re r
descriptive of Crystal 4s, #tc, In eae the e
ebot band bon. a a
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FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911
PASTEURB TREATMENT MODIFIED
The State Board of Health an-
nounces its made a modification
of its plan for furnishing vaccine
Pasteur Treatment for prevent-
ing rabies in the human. Here-
after those persons who are
financially able will be expected
to pay for the vaccine. This
does not mean, however, that
other citizens of the State 4an-
not procure the treatment in ~he
same manner that it is now
Board will continue to order
the treatment as in the past,
upon the request of physicia4s,
who will guarantee the price o0
the vaccine for those who can
S pay for it. Other persons w1il
be furnished with the vaccine o~
\ the same general plan that
Diphtheria antitoxin is furnished
to those patients unable to pay
The treatment will still be
administered at home by the
family physician or by a physic-
an designated by the State
oard of Health, as has been the
'thod for nearly three years.
1is modification is to continue
r until such time as the State
1__,rd of health can manufacture
building in Jacksonville is
finished, the Board will prepare
this vaccine in its own labot..
stories and be in position to
furnish it free of any cost to thi
citizens of the State.
It has been the policy of the
State Board of Health, in is
efforts to prevent the occurence
and spread of communicable]
diseases, to make possible tbk
proper treatment of dangerous
infections diseases where th]
cost to the patient would usual
be prohibitive, and to advise tl
public of the State as to method
to be adopted under the circ
stances. Therefore, when
exception has been made in tl
matter of the treatment of
ease, especially when the ch -
ter and cost of such treaty
made it a hardship upon ,
physician to procure it or for'
patient to pay the charges,
Board has made an effort
has usually been successful- n
arranging for these preves e
methods. This has saved e
State many valuable lives
preventive, in instances, e
spread of dangerous comm -
bie diseases. The costs 11h
accrue from such methods o-
*Tiuded in the expenses < *
Board and are paid by th .i-
sons in general through t e-
dium of taxation.
In 1907, and even during e
previous year, the State d
of Health was impressed th
the fact that rabies was -.
ing more and more a m to
the public, health on of
the increase in WOtn't
number of cases md tb
to the United SMt100 .
well as to Florida. 'T 'I'
wag not alarming, but of
suno an extent as to [. .
lvessary to place within easy
reach of the public a positive
preventive of rabies in the hu-
man. In November, 1907, the
State Board of Health announced
that it had perfected a plan
whereby the anti-radic vaccine,
popularly known as the Pasteur
treatment, would be administered
free of cost, at the offices of the
Board at Jacksonville, to those
persons who were bitten by rabib
This continued until June, 10.
09, when an arrangement was
made whereby the anti-rabid
vaccine should be sent by mail
each day to physicians in any
part of the State and administer-
ed to the patient at his home.
The first meth:)d eliminated
sending the patient to distant
part of the United States to pro-
cure the treatment at great ex-
panse, not only for the treatment
itself, but for transportation and
hotel bills; in same cases the
cost .)f the treatment and care
being secured through public
subscription. The second change
in the method of furnishing the
treatment, in June, 1909, made
it still less expensive for the
patient, in that he or she could
remain at home, and in fact con-
tinue their daily duties the,
treatment being administered
daily by the physician. The
physician collected the fees for
his services, and tle State paid
for the vaccine. Under these
methods the State in 19)8 ad-
ministered the vaccine ni nine-
teen persons who had been bitten
by rabid animals; during 1909
the treatment was furnished for
forty-eight persons, some being
treated at the office of the State
Bord Health, and others by their
physicians at home; and in 1910
thirtyy- ght persons took ad-
vantage of the treatment at their
r When er it becomes a com-
parative simple matter for this
character of preventive medicine
to be ob ined by the physicians
of the State, and when placed
within the purchasing power of
the average individual, it is not
believed to be obligatory upon
the State Board of Health to
longer continue such a plan.
However, the modification in the
method of furnishing the anti.
rabic vacclie, which goes into ef-
fect today, it believed will be
Jtended with the same satis.
tory results that have been
alized for the past three years.
his modification means simply
Zhat those persons who are un-
able, from a monetary standsoint
Opay for the vaccine, will be
furnished with iT free of charge;
bnt there are persons who are in
position to relieve the State' of
this charge and it is felt that
they should bear the expense.
Especially is this true when it is
considered that the Board will
have this vaccine furnished to
the citizens at a price within the
reach of niany. There is then
no reason why persons who have
been bitten by radid animals
should not convenienliy and
economically procure the treat-
ment remaining at home, and
having it administered.
It must be remembered that
the State Board of Health is uot
especially authorized by law to
actually treat persons suffering
from communicable diseases un-.
less it is their expressed wish
add densre that snoh should be
done. It is notobligatory up:n
anyperson to take advantage of
the plan of the State Board of
Health to furnish this treatment
sot it is obligatory if a citizen is
bitten by a rabid animal for him
to have the Pasteur treatment
dmuinistred. It is however.
an .fort to prevent suffering and
mI tality from communicable
di see, especially those of a
da gerous character, and to les-
son also. the cost of some of the
preventive, means of attaining
this end, it is necessary that
some methods should be arranged
whereby the public can prevent
their lives being jeopardized.
THE BOUND SLEEP OF GOOD HEALTH
Can not be ever estimated and
any ailment that prevents it is a
meunce to health. J. L. Southern.
Eau Claire, Wis., say: "I have
been unable to sleep soundly
nights, because of pains across
my baek and soreness of my kid-
neys my appetite was very poor
and my general condition was
much run down. I have been
tak!ug Foley Kidney Pills but a
short time and now sleep as
sound as a rock, my general con-
dition is greatly improved, and
I know that Foley Kidney Pills
have cured me." Crystal
Kicked by a Mad Horse
Samual Birch, of Beetown,
Wis., had a most narrow escape
from losing his leg, as no doctor
could heal the frightful sore that
developed, but at last Bucklen's
Arnica Salve cured it completely.
Its the greatest healer ulcers
burns' boil., eczema, scalds, cuts
corns, cold-sores, bruises, and
piles on erth, Try it. Only 25c.
at all druggists.
A Reliable Medic[ie.. Not a Narcotic
Mrs. F. Marti, St, Joe, Mich.,
says: Our little boy contracted
a severe bronchial trouble and
ao the doctor's medicine did not
cure him, I gave him Foley,s
Honey and Tar Compound in
which I have great faith it cured
tl, tin-^neli H vtbthdhoking
and gagging spells, and lie got
well in a short time. Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound has
many times saved us much
trouble and we are never with-
out it in the house." Crystal
Never Out Of Work.
The busiest little things ever
made are Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Evf'y pill is a sugar-coated
globnle of health, that changes
weakness into strength,. langnor
into energy, brain-fag into men-
tal power curing Constipation,
Headache, Chills, Dyspedsia,
Malaria. Only 25c at. all drug-
$80.00 per month straight
salary and expenses, to men
with rig, to introduce our Poul-
try Reifedies. Don't answer
unless onu mean business.
Eureka poultry Food Mfg. Co.
(Incorpoated,) East St. Louis,
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure
any case4of Chills and Fever.
Price 25c. 48-6m
Notice of ppllcaflon for Tax Deed
Notice tis o hy given that Katie 0. Bar-
co, purbnas of lax certifliatte Ko. 2, dated
the Sith day July, li0K, has filed said cer-
tifloate In m office and ha* mid4 applip-
tion for tax d to issue thereonm aoordM
to law Bald rtilflcat embraces the follow-
Ing demrilt property situated in Ottrus
county, o10 aI, .to-wit:
A piece t of land situated near the
center of t wnof Orystal Park. known
aMann's 1 rvq.a shown on town plat
of taid OryIs Prk recorded In the elerk'
ouflce In Olt oty,, il vetInmu 11,1 and
l, township south. mrae g eaIt, eo"-
tatonid aa I.more or lo..
laid land asmessed at the Iesuanoe
ofam tdcerta teIn the am of owner un-
Uniesa sal nertilate alal be redeemed
atordlilat s u d wlU Iuae there.-
on oe tbhe* i tlo.
Wltness tanad .*I this
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School. 54eo1 ~
S e h o o l of E ~ i i l
you for whai
trouble, for 6
doctors or th
to' be able to write and thtnk
nf'for me," writes Mrs. Sarah
ad the Grippe, which le4 me in
, I had been bothered with fimale
i,'Od nothing seemed to ctrc it.
W- to take Cardul. I have taken only
ha done me more good than all the
othir medicine I ever tooL"
v-_ 1# 1 W fkA 1 :Vh mS/ dW a
4The Woman's Tonic
For the ~afer-effects of any serious illness, like the
Grip, Cardul 'the best tonic you can use.
It buildsefrength, steadies the nerves, improves the
appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the
natural glow of health.
Cardul ii your best friend, if y ou c'y knew it.
Think of the thousands of !;ad:s v.'om Car-dui has
helped What could possibly prevent it frm helping you?
Remember you cannot get t:c b-n;e t of the Cardui
Ingredients in any other medicine for th',y are rot for sale
in any drug gtore except in the Card.:i b'.le. 1'y Cardui.
Write Me: LadiS' Advisory Dept., Chattanooca Med:c:.e C: '"a"')2, Tenn..
for SpecalaitruclA, and64-pageboolI "Houme Tre[( cnt ur ,". t :ce.
Cedar Mill Store
LardCCans, Fishing Tackle, Gill Net
Rop, ^ U4Mauan4 U e Ffle
and Cotton Webs, Crab-Nets, Rods and
Recd Rck, :l.d A .iuicial Euit.
Shcrwin-Wiliaims Paints, Woclsey's
Copper Paint, White Lcan, 'rass Polish,
and Motor-Boat l'ardvare at
Slr STIa or'
Mrs. Mary Williams-Allan
No One Knows Your'Business So
Well as You do Yourself
DON'T permit urself to be inveigled into investing in
"get rich quic propositions, organized solely for the
purpose of "ge ting you poor quick." .
YOU go wrong ii
seeking high rates of winter r
money, but yoj cannot go far wrong in calling on us
when you are ii need of funds or when you have funds
A Careful, Conservative, Legiti.
Ilda the Hel1per lalwaus^$"
Ivs~az usNG 1R0GRZSI#
Whenever any plan v"sgod I
MlWas quite ecssive6.
She urged the cleaning of the
streets, improvements in the pav-
ing. "Such things," she maid,
'there's nothing beats, foa
SPENDING HERE IS SAVING."
She made old Skimps repaint h~
fence and Sorooge repair his eta*
ble. Her seal for progress was
immnse, and this is not a fable.
VI.-She Is a Harmonizer
Hllda the Helper organized the Wo-
an's Civie Service, and, oh4 THE
m S ewpoke a qrveou .
'. ., )al
And old Kiss nooker was so mad
she wouldn't 'tend the meetings
at irst, but later se got glad andt
enat her kindest greetings. .
ildathe Helper, don't ou was
s&uh A SWIUB 07 ACTION she
made the women all agree ad.
strangled every fastlon.
i.. WONDERS OF DUST.
Its Klngedm is as Beundless as the
Vast is the kingdom of dust. 7-
like terrestrial kingdoms, it knfas
no limits. No oceans mark 'its
boundaries; no mountains hem it in;
no parallels of latitude and longi-
tude define its boundless area, nor
can the farthermost stars in the ts*
fnitudes of space serve other than
as twinkling outpostsof a king
as vast as the univee itself.
what ~"l we say a to the
nent subjects of this kingdom?
number, form and
tnuseend all conception
huan 4nwd; in
.* O, oi
"i '"' ", "'' "^ ".'t,;. aa,:
o x mies iron uiiac. rThey
a to us enshrined in tee beau-
snow crystals, and every drop
isin carries with it from the up-
reaches of the atmosphere some
these tiny subjects of the mighty
dom of dust.
t would not be possible were
not for the fact that matter is
t has been estimated that an
average puff of smoke from a cig-
tte contains about four thousand
ions of particles of dust.
*A single grain of indigo will give
'olor to a ton of water. Of course
'every drop of this water must con-
iain an immense number of ultra-
loicroscopic particles of indigo. A
lew grains of fluorescein, a sub-
tance derived from coal tar, will
produce a distinct fluorescence,
dining with a yellowish green light
when strongly illuminated, in 100
tse of water. To produce thif re-
ilt h.fluorescein must be divided
into countless billions of particles.
Every conceivable substance on-'
tars into the composition of dust.
Ip street dust may be found bits of
ton and steel from the tires of
wagons, horseshoes and the nails
et our own shoes, bits of leather
from harness, fragments of wood,
cotton, silk, stone, gold, silver,
nothing, paper, hair, animal ex-
ereta, various ores, tin, paper, clay,
sAnd, molds, bacteria-in fact,
everything under the sun.-Popular
Saved His Mother's Life.
"Four doctors had given me
up," writes Mrs Laura Gaines,
o0 Avoca La., "and my children
a id all myfridnds were looking
Ifr n.A.cdie, when my son insis-
(k ae I use Electric Bitters.
dsd so, and they have don me a
I world of good. I will always
praise them." Electric Bitters is
is priceless blessing to women
troubles with fainting and dizzy
spells, backache, headache.
weakness, debilito, constipation,
or kidney disorders. Use them
and gain new health, strength
mid vigor. They're guaranteed to
&thttyd'timonEy refunded. On'y
500o at V1 druggists.
On HAOKAONe KtONora AND )LAoos-
One Cunductor Helped Back to Work
Mr.Wilford Adams is his naue
and he writes: "I was confined
to my bed with chronic rheu-
matism and used two bottles of
Foley,@ Kidney Remedy with
good effect, the third bottle put
me on my feet anid I resumed
work as conductor on the Lexing-
ton, Ky., Street Railway. It will
do all you claim in cases of rhex"
matisni." It clears the blood of
uric acid. Crystal Drug Co.
Sate Medicine For Children
Foley's Honey and Tar Cornm
goundis a safe and.effetive med-
itine for children as it does not
contain opiates or harmful drugs.
The genuine Foley's Honey Tar
Compound is in a yellow package.
O'rystal Drug. Co.
A GOOD POSITION
can be had by ambitious young
men and ladies in the field of
"wireless" or railroad teleg
raphy. Since the eight-hour law
became effective, and since the
wirelesss companies are estab-
lishing stations throughout the
countrT, there is a great short
age of telegraphers. Positions
pay beginners from 70 to *g0
per ameth, with good chance of
advancement. The National Tele-
graph Institute operates six ofli-
cla institutes in 4merica, under
ion of railroad and wire-
calt, and places all grad-
ato positions. It 11will pay
to them for full infer-
a~t Memphi,, -Itn., or
Shave rb mniatimn
4T inste" lhr
Rmv. J. A. ~06AN. Pinister.
Preaching ai'r tw at 110o clock a. In. and
0: 1). In.
Kabilath sechni. Ion. mn. every ftbliath
Piruyerinetttinitevery Wettimiday at 7:W3
Wttninni' For,,Ign MtIssonatry Society.
nmtett tiltThursbth at 3 p.m i. after tlio see.
onI Aniblmtth of c'Ith mniIth.
A ourdla ia itit lo~tn Is extendled, and a
"Collie thou MU~t kusatnd we alIIdo thee
It I.v. I I. 'I. r T te,' Ir.
Pre~aching c .r.i IrOt:* on eoiid itd tlfourth
NuindsYt. it t 11itI. ,m., *,t.d T:nt .mi.
HUndity tSh imI very Sundity itt 10on. in.
Prayer methim tlov~ery Wvdarsday, 7 p. im
DR. 31 E CHACE
Office Stontind Foor Hoilder Building
T. i. MILLER
Physicifin and Surgeon
Oneo~ on Citrup ave~., ('rystal River
$100 Beward, S100.
The readers of this paper will
)e pleased to learn that there is
at least 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 cure 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-
faces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the
diease,'ai- Ogiving the patient
strength 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.,
Sold by all Druggists,75c
Take Hall's Familr Pills for
O0oA reward tfor a Florldlan That
Has lever-Heard of Plank's
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
What Ty Will Do for You
They Wl cure your backach.,
strengthen. your kidneys, cor.
rect urinjdirregularities, build
up the worn out tiusues, and
eliminate 'i0 exeseo rui acid
that caus_10 rheumatism. Pro.
vent EBriAa Disease and Dia.
bates, and restore health an4
strength. Refuse substitutes.
Sold by Or etal River Drug Co.
KIL. aI 00U HN
aD 0 Tim L N09
We. have a splendid line of
DRY QIPODS NOT
GRO SERIES, ETC.
We k nothing but the best.
CA. A I[IR & CO.
MclveA & MacKay
OCALA, FL4 '
i ~' I --- *' -p
Hi- t uarters
FOR G6 )'
TINGS TO EAT
SI Carry a Full 4ne of
Fancy and Family Grteries,
Fresh Meats, Green Groceries,
4 Can Goods, Confectioneries,
SCountry Produce, Butter Eggs Etc.
4 When in Town Call on Me and get My Prices
4 Before Buying.
4 .. Crystal River, Florida.
Crystal river Drug Company
Pure Dnugs, Toilet Articles, Per-
fumes, Souvenir Post Cards, To-
bacco, Cigars, Nunnally's Candy,
Baseball Supplies, etc.
C stal River Drug Company
C A. MILLER j
* a'..' ~'
dropped A" Of "0r ves l n
n he thao d rift a the.ma
wa tve Many of
ways int estedn feu ndal piaed
certain by mmea of
agup either in th open sea o on
ments of there to e The lme
where the bottles have beenhaben
dropped othe boure from been able
mant places to drift at theomelcy
of tra winds generalnd way the pMany of
they must have n followd in o ke to
.p either in the open aea or on
omreh where they hay were -
tfourandd. In one report lone th
Knowere published from their adventure
where 100 bottles have been thrown
then serborely corked, the breott has been able
reach the placeswhere ofthey wer
found. In one report done theu
aere publishedrever the adventd resof
over 100 bottles.
fnoat on the surface of the water
current of the sea carry them. Each
bottle contains a record of the plac
and the date of its starting. Som4
of those found have floated for
many months and sometimes years.
on the bosom of the ocean and have'
traveled thousands of miles.
It has been found that bottles
dropped overboard between the
shores of the United States and
England or France generally travel
toward the northeast, following the
course of that great river in the At-
lantic ocean called the gulf stream.
Bottles started off the coasts of
Spain and Africa travel, as a rule,
westward until they arrive among
the West India islands. Along the
European side of the ocean the bot-
tles take a southerly course and
along the American side a norther-
It thus appears, as a result of
winds and currents, that the whole
'Atlantic ocean is slowly circulating
round and round, like an enormous
pool. This accounts for the stories
that were current in Europe hun-
dreds of years *.A O. strange ob-
jects of human manufacture having
floated from e new to the old
w awi s-hwm gi,- g a clow to the ex-
istence of undiscovered lands be-
yond the sea.--Harper's Weekly.
r First Use of Napkins.
'A French writer who evidently
was conservative and did not wel-
come the_ napkin kindly records
"The Aapkin is placed under the
chin and fastened in the back as if
one ware going to be shaved. A
person told me that he wore his
t way that he might not soil bis
It waa a difficult matter to tie the
two somers in the back, and it is
oald that thence originated our
expression for straitened circum-
stances, "hard to make both ends
meet" This custom led to the'
habit of the table waiters of carry.
ing a napkin on the left arm.
S DeIfing Dullnes.
An interesting story in Mr. E. V.
ZLcas book, entitled "The Second
Post," throws a charming light on
Bir Walter Scott's genuine geniality
/ of souL
S Sott was liable to great intrm-
1 aons of every kin4. A stupid, chat.
tering fellow got at him by a letter
and stayed a week at Abbotaford.
., H a great bore and two other
v.isito..wee obliged one day to re-
tire. ti to a window to avoid laughing
;on -. utright Sir Walter hobbled up to
M come g gn men -
same to the galat
aWi prodneed a impr
sic on the Sanish ers
the Ild in sixteenth an
fc^AS^ .T --
6of ilsand in the Pacifi. Dar. -v v u o 0
tells uho he found a vast nu- li CBster Bill
ber of. plant and animal- which -
exist nowhere else o in the world. '- -
One ide of he lands-the south- IV.-How Bill Came to
ern side-is a paradise of luxuri- Advertise
ano, the other other side scorched with in Blue refused to advertise.
lava and sterile. iold he, These measly paper guys
This wonderful island world Will never get my hard earned cash."
filled the mind of Darwin with awe. AND THEN BILL' BUSINESS
I WENT TO SMASH.
"Here," he said, referring to the as very 'near" was old Bill Blue
amazing number of aboriginal ani- Ho pinched a dollar bill in two.
males "we seem to be brought some- Mo pinched his trAd in two likewise.
what near to that great fact that This opened poor old William'. eye
.mystery of mysteries, the st a-
pearance of new beings on
earth." The great land tortoise
was w plentiful at the time of Dar- -
win's visit that well beaten paths
had been made throughout the is
lands by the reptiles on their way to
the spnngs of the interior. Darwin
tells us how he would sometimes i
ride on the backs of the creatures,
like another De Rougemont, but
the progress of the swiftest was not
more than four miles a day. The
oddest thing about the tortoise i
the ease with which it adapts itself s I
to its particular island. Where
there is no water it does without;
where water is to be had it wallows
in it, storing it up in its body in
vast quantities.-London Chronicle.
S King's Arm a Measure Standard. I Ho e iled a bit and said: "By gaol
Although innumerable yards of I think I've barked up-he wrong trees
silk, satm and cloth are being Preocrlbe a dose of printer's ink."
'bought and sold every day in this Pr s i ea do ".n
ountr, it is probable at venrv Bill saw the "prnt." "A page," he said.
country, t probable tt very The printer man almost foll dead.
few persons, whether purchasers or Now there is cash in William's till.
salesmen, could say offhand how we *THE AD. FOR MINIl" says "Boost.
'ot our yard measure. It represents or Bill."
the arm measurement of King Hen-
I., which was thirty-six inches, Tshe '- v t, o e
and it was he who ordained that the I Iw' T VOlution o 0
length of his own arm should be D
the standard yard of cloth measure Booster Bill
-an ordinance that has been pre-
served in British commerce to this
day. Observant Londoners and V.-Bill Praises the Editor
others may be aware that the im- When Bill no longer was a chump
perial standard lengths are record- And saw 'twas time to make things
ed in stone \on the north side of hump,
Trafalgar square, where they were To square accounts heo tarted in,
engraved in 1876.-Westminster Dead Mser he had a-knookeo been;
A country oman and her little
boy were visit'ig the city, and while
seeing the sig ts of the place the
mother's eyes vere attracted by the
showy display of stuffed animals in
a taxidermist's shop window.
"Let's go in here and see what
we can get for you, Willie," said the
"Sure, ma, and"- His eye fell
upon a sign over the door which
read, "Let us tan your hides."
"Oh, no, no, ma; let's don't go in
thme! I get 'nut of that at home,"
he tried excitedly, and they passed
the taxidermist's shop.-Nes
Ilt's Never Given Away.
"Pa," said Johnny, who is a per- Nw when the paper boom the tow
. aif t Lw -sl a, w t Now when the paper bms the towni
Ise now eage se er, w an A
S giver r?"
ere isn't any such thing,
y," replied the old gentleman,
w had been involved in consid-
ble litigation in his time.
ut this book. says that some-
was a great lawgiver," persist-
n it's a mistake," rejoined
father. "Law is never given;
It retailed in very small quantities
aJ voy high figures."
An Ambasesaors nose.
..An ambassador to Russia, for-
**rly a leather merchant in this
try, discovered er retain secret
processes regarding a special knd.of
father manufactured there. He
would have been looked on with
Ip on had it been suspected that
he could learn anything of these
methods. But during his sojourn
he got near enough to certain fo-
ories to register threuh his sense
p."mell some impressions with
kh he was able to work out the
when he returned home-
iW. .oldabury in Atlantic.
Yes.T dear" t lie*d Mrs.
a i ewdlbveu
0eIr 1 whe an a
'an 6ou t he hos-
Bill goes and planks his dollars down,
The editor slape on the baok
And sys, "That shet's a crackers
*The'editor will Aand by us
And make the *wle town prosperous,
If we will stand iy him, O0 FILL
HIS iP40 WITH AIS.." orie "Boost.
Why She Sent Per Him.
A clergyman was once sent for in
the middIq of 6t night by one of
his women parotOners.
"Well, my good woman," said he,
"0o you an ill a.d require the con.
solatious of rEl0 on? What can I
do for you*
' "No," replie&4he old lady; "I am
only nerovo Ts can't sleep."
"But h I I help that?" said
hOI^, youalways put me to
sleep so nicely when I go to church
that I thought'itf you would only
reach a little,'for me I"-Lad- e'
Home Journal. ,
askime un a4nd Moon.
Among certain tribes of Eskimos
there is a tradition that the sun aad
mon were osa human bo g the
meon being a .skimo By aln the
smn his sster. ,"h.eM)y tormented
hk sdrter and wgetaw Iy frpm him
she .6d ti u Up and wia
raors are from one o
The M. I. Brandt Cutl
the well kow make
4 "unR:47 1n11deaoal tal
same Identical rasors M
perfect, and set ready fe
satrfacZon. cao be ec1
temper,and i fully
your rasor at the
only an experts
Strop wilI pt a
other ra.or str
Crel importers of razors in the United States,
i Yfork. Tlynare all high grade samples
hwtbe "Wadea Buteher." "BdI,""1.X.L"
I i acew, "Boslur," "L. ws." 'Dlme t ,i
aovuanakers. In fact, we have been selling t e
aP 50and 8.00 each. Everyrazoris guaranteed
ass. very rasor sold that does not give rfect
ed. We call special attention to the BRAoDT
ped yasceret process aspiring a uniformity of
aauiteed. Rmular price i.SO; our price is 7c. each.
SO PLACE ON SALE 1000 of the Genuine
SELF-HONING RAZOR STROPS
e sold and advertised everywhere at $2.
UR PRICE 97c EACH
MflLeala R-mar Strop Is the best rasor hop on the
he on yrAw 4trop in the world that hones and attops
me timesadenables you to obtain an edge which
barber give. The Brandt Self Honing Raror |I|
er edr oo a resor with feweF strokes than any III
i. You r will show, and your face will feel the
.G..uramed etys .rtob ... co ha.d nore r.
sety Raors: i for 974
River Drug Company
$2.00 Razor Hones 97c
OF LINIMENTS -s
CrAo 1 Mliatism, Cuts, Sprains, Wounds,
CUrdS Old ores, Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, etc.,
A. C. reves, La Duo, MO., wrte--"l can heartily aa that Ballard's Snow
Liniment Is the bet 1.inlment in the world. I have nused It for 15 years and I
would not be without at at any time. I will gladly recommend it to any one."
Inst Upon the Genuine. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.,1 .. F ..A^B .
ST. LOUIS, MO., U. S. A.
s aold and Recoommrnmed bso-n
Christian amble Co.
Christian amble C
Spring and Summer Dress Goods,
laces embroideries, dress
l mimm Tfancy hand*
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