Title: Crystal River news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075892/00059
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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: September 22, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075892
Volume ID: VID00059
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 40197650
lccn - sn 98026432


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Veug Itees. .
Th. i- eonate loyIIty f l
is alet toP lea tI
e*en= vo in u ingth o sw v-
corded by Mr. Woodote in the
ORemiaieences of an Old Sports
man," their devotion is a little en-
noylig to the amier. The storyis
of a ir of spanies belongiag to
Mr. odgotes younger brother.
SOne day the spu0nil accompanied
Gerald nd Austia to athe In the
vNBew" pool. the only seclded&&A
of the hain of artifl lak.e The
yapger boy, Austin, put on an old
atn rawt in the water. It tore to
After the bath theyT spearated,
one going to a friend's house for
luncheon, the other goia home.
Gerald wasu resef an d start-
ed, the dogs following hin. Prs-
ently, observing that Austin was not
following, the spaniels raced beuk to
hurry him up. -
eanwhile Austia had omplfted
dressrg and he thrown .his tt.
od straw hat into the p6od,,n1 d
the mill "lead" where it was arrow
and so departed.
The doa sought for him. Thi


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WmAsouth. it i&lke avIe.n t
teetwrof the Aftlapicb
whois shor" 64, "r~1~a
waters lastud of stable IML tlk

wavthers withinits? 1 AP hma'

weed covered waters an toni
placid, sibmpt at rane intervals The
some vagmat storm sooIV dow
from the heavens mand=08festh~eir
mhsur. The stmos hre above % f
usually as cl04cIseabelow.,
The great rivens of the 'air.. the
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2 to .ed ap Austina to fetch them.
As seon as they wVreat*ithe1. g
be wae so ghet tIecy amn hoea
empleently to their supper.
A se'kaIseCleek c .
l ten oMuse *s 'iMerkablf
timepleee. It is eostaiou id 'h
friam three feet wide and five feet
Io, representing a noonday bind.
epe of Iut beauty. In tlieafore.
pudPum and e4 r tzqci.,ad
the rear is seen a hil, gradual in
aoeont, from whielh appi Uatr lo
a esaesde, admibly tated in
orytal. From this polnt a thread:
like straw .meaden, eniroling
roks and Islands ia 'i wladinfg
ad Sally lod~ig itself in a ere
a"teles f woodleaL In a inid-
tuoe ky a golden mu tumra on a
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W. M. BTAFFORD, Editor and LMsses.
Interred at the Petomlee. Orystal lver.
Florida. as second elas mal matter, Mareb
7. 1 *.
Transient advertisements 15 events per
chb each insertion: by the month. 10Contes
per Inch each Insertion. special rates will
be given advertisers wishbing to contract for
aidvertiiln pace by the year. Local no-
5 cents p *r 1nm, each Insertion.
FRIDAY. SEPT. 22, 1911.

Miss Agnes Wright returned
Thursday from a two weeks so-
journ with friends at Port Inglis
and reports a most pleasant
S. M. Davis, the genial and
clever naval stores factor, spent
several days this week with his
family at Gainesville.
Mrs. S. W. Smith is visiting
her daughter. Mrs. A. J. Pert
this week.
l Captain and Mrs. Strandberg
are visiting St. Petersburg this
week. Both have been in bad
health for the past few weeks
and hope to receive some benefit
h from their trip.

The neat little launch Pauline,
owned by the genial Mr. Lacy
r Sparkman, carried a jolly crowd
of pleasure seekers down to the
island Tuesdao evening, where
all enjoyed a most delightful
salt water bath, after which a
light lunch was spread adding
further pleasure to the occasion.
Utility Rhode Island Red
chickens from prize winning
stock. $25 mating. Constant
layers. Second generation since
March 9th. Cockrels $8 to $6.
_.. Mrs. M. G. W


Homosassa Camp, W. 0. W.
resolved as follows: Whereas,
In the wisdom of the Divine
Father, Sovereign 0. S. Lvles
has been called to his final re-
ward, we, the members of Hom-
osassa Camp, In Special Session,
pass the following resolutions:
Resolved 1. That in the loss
of Soyereig 0C. 8. L yles our
Camp hoe suotined a serious
losp, but we w ai humbhJla.m jd



1ws0er fi w Ime eor fu2 or e7ystal
Rlver,at'rystal ivter, Fa, at the
eloe of bless, FrIday, June ll,,

Loans and discounts iw.se
Furniture and fixtures. .................. 40
Due from banks and Cash on band. S.1IS TF
Qverdramfts* 1. 04

Capital stock 816.000
Surplus and Undivided profits ......... 471 3
Certified checks .... ........................ It 00
Deposits ...... .. M W
Oashler checks 450
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U. 8. Engineer oxsetter of
Jacksonville was a prominent
visitor to town this week. He
came down to look after matters
pertaining to a new survey of
the Crystal river and the deep.
eningof its channel. Some talk
has been made concerning the
establishing of a turning pool
for-boats of all sizes near the
sandsprit and the building of a
public dock out to same, one
that will accommodate the visi-
tor as well as the home folks.
This would be a much appreciat-
ed water front improvement,
and would no doubt materialize
were it not for the fact that the
property on which these im
Oirovements would be place is
owned by individuals, and unless
these owners are willing to do-
nate said lands, nothing can be
looked, because permanent im-
provements of private property
by the government is a thing of
the past. It is the hope of all
public spirited citizens of Crys-
tal River that this project does
become reality, as it would mean
a big ioost to our town and a
long felt want would be supplied.
This is a matter that will proba
bly be decided in the next few
days and every effort should be
made by our citizens to get
favorable action in the matter.

Correct attest.

A. 8. KING, Ouaelr.

U0O. W. HrDn,
M. WNaIoKx:
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
July Tth, 1911.
Notary Public.

A Dreadful Wound
from a knife, gun, tin ca., rusty
nail, fire works, or of any other
nature, demands prompt treat-
ment with Bucklen's arnica salve
to prevent blood poison or gan-
grene. Its the quickest, surest
healer for all such wounds as
also for burns, boils, sores, &kii,
eruptions, eczenI, chapped
hands, corns or pif : Price 25
cents. At all druggists.
Foley's Kidney Remedy.
Is particularly recommended
for chronic cases of kidney and
bladder trouble. It tends to
regulate and control the kidney
and bladder action and is leal-
ng strengthening and bracjhg.
Foley's kidney pills cntain
ust the ingredients nec ary to
regulate anll
inn of tha

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Ppe, Wen nogTwine, Flax

and Cotton Webe, Crab-Nets, ods and
Reels, Hooks and Artifieal Bait.
Sherwin-Williams Paints, Woolsey's
Copper Paint,-White Lead, Brass Polish,
and Motor-Boat Hardware at

Mrs. Mary Williams-Allan

Your Business

No One Kno Your Business So

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F i1s. W. W. Olyatt of 1a9a
returned home Tuesday after a
most delightful visit of several
days to Mrs. J. B. Willie and
family. She was accompanied
by Miss Blanche Willis, who
will be her guest for the next
few days.
John Cobb, the well known
phosphate man of Hernando, is
spending this week in town re-
cuperating from a recent attack
of malaria.
John L. Hurst has had an ad.
edition of six feet out to his meat
market and general improve-
ments made on the inside. The
News congratulates him on his
increasing business, and may
prosperity be his to the extent
that a new store building will
be a necessity in the near future.
5or 6 doses "668" will cure
any case of Chills and Fever.
Price 25 cents. 6-19-11.
Albert Cooper and family of
Tampa were visitors to their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooper,
last week, and several days were
K -spent most pleasantly at Shell
Island. Mr. Cooper is a locomo-
tive engineer for the Tampa
Dr. J. D. Bennett, who for
many years practiced at this
place, was in town last week
on a special trip, having come
down to see a patient at Homo.
sassa. Doctor Bennett says all
the former Crystal River folks
living in and around Olearwater
are enjoying good health.
'5 or 6 doses "666" will cure
any case of Chills and Fever.
Price 26 cents. 6-19-11.
$80.00 per month straight
salary and expenses, to men
S-.,with rig, to introduce our Poul
| tlI" .di u. tet 'on't inmwer
unless yh.J5 buinew.

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can mistakee, and We
pass under tlh rod without a
murmur o0 cotiplalst.
Resolved 2. We extend to
his bereaved ones, left to our
care, our heartfelt sympathy.
Although the beloved one can
no longer meet with us here,
yet remember the heart of every
Woodman beats in 'tenderest
sympathy and are ever at your
service in this dark hour.
Resolved 8. That a copy of
these resolutions be furnished'
the family of our deceased Sov.
ereign and a copy sent to the
Sovereign Visitor, The Crystal
River News and The Citrus
County Chronicle for publica-
tion. M. L. McReynolds,
H. D. Loennecker,
E. H. Gerock,

Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Notice is hereby given tint N. Barco,
purchaser of tax certificates numbered IN4
and U, dated the 7th dat of June,. 1900, has
filed mad certificates In my offee and has
made application for tax deeds to ussue
thereon according to law. Paid certificates
embrace the following described land siltu-
ated aCiOtrus County, Florida, to-wit:
Certificate No. 134. embraces the nw) of
awx of sectton S, township 1, south, range
east, the aid land being assessed at the
dafeof I Nsseee of uch certificate in th
name of unknown.
Certificate No. 1i,. embraces the w% of
sej of section I towMip o, outh, raugge
17, eat, the mid lWad being asesed at the
date of the isMuAe of sunch certificate In
the the name of B. J. Miclar.
Unless mid oertificatst shall be redeemed
according to law. tax deedswill Issue there-
on on the 25th day of September, A. D. 1911.
Witnam my official signature and seal
this Jist day of August. A. D., lll.
Clerk Circuit Court, 01trus County, la.
(Court SeN.)

Nadch fr hildo.
V.s. Laud 0oM at GaInMvle, Fla.
Nomee Is hereby iven that meM Hunater
of oeral River. FhL, who n Jasnelth, 1n,
ma* etfsad Batr J o. Uamiserial.*
U tlaesi to a

*T iifls' as a"? Wh dw'

can be ha4. young
men aiif dies in the ld of
"wireless" or railroad t4leg
raphy. Since the eight-hour.law
became effective, and since thq
wireless companies are ostab-
Irshing stations throughout the
country, there is a great short
age of telegraphers. Positions
pay beginners from $70 to $90
per month, with good chance of
advancement. The National Tele-
graph Institute operates six offi-
cial institutes in America, under
supervision of railroad and wire-
less offlicals, and places all grad-
uates into positions. It will pay
you to write them for full infor-
mation, at Memphis, Tenn., or
Colnmbia, 8. 0. 8-17-11


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HMtpy os Kl or wom, who hs never eMbtd -M
may of the disease of womanhoodi Or, Ia she h sb- W
uftrer, happy Is she if she hai leard d te fwoaiMMl
bMefst of Crdhid, the woamaai'stMd
Cadul ft a geme, I*oc remedy. i w wmin % mIN "
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mate Bankini Rvinne- Conduetd.-

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Bank do solemnly swear that the above
statement Is true to the best of my knowl-
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A.it You Aree MeuM and Chi el
a Ch ster, Said the Peet

It was Goeth who said: "Life Is
parry." .0 does not mean the life
outside of yoed, Heil mes your
efonfe, ug iaai rt o, ?dt
INSa* -ails'mu l to'r he
S .- sdomlys Goete sys that this Ite.
rawAyer o Ifte hi life. eyrybS d life
I i t a rry. A quary ts a place
a Ow M toa. t* to st. Tb ult of Ie
a alvrytalwaystnthepslftioflt
11m NwMP It It be I a quarry. Is
Nagy a pNewi eatallad a SOM tn* t
s t is Taloe, ufermod but with
skM. Ma y be brought what is val-
"able The stone from the quarry is
41oelloed Into form. A gretor va
sime o the obtelina of ti
S atonem l Angelo's 'oses" to
witness of *at a preat artist may do
. vwith a hiselM upon p block of mable.
Really, then, If yowr m lilf o I a
ar ry. lo yourself mdt *'bee* *r**
St, and out of the aeiSal9 of
S Mar ypo are gotna to make what is
SbOsetful and werthful to the world.
1t we complete the entire quotation:
nftu is quarry out of whIh We are
toM Mad chisel and complete s
sh erster.-Job T. MoGarlaad.

Advocates Mletne.
SSilence is the element In which
great things fashion themsel e* to
'- gether, that at length they May
emerge full formed and majestic. Into
the daylight of Life. which they are
eaoeeforth to rule. All thi-
*. eonalderable men I have known fore
bore to babble of what they were
eremtlng and projecting. Nay, In thy
own perplextles, do thou thyelf bpi
hold thy tongue for one day; on thA
morrow how muh dearer are thy
and duties what wr and
rubb have &W Us"e M'
rubbUB Ilat a,"1--
withl ** le Wept away when Intr.
i wre abt out ouL-Murles

PatA PeFoods.''
White bra"d ftUeUn because we
rarely gest t omflltely. Starchy
foods ate qte uafected by the gauD
trio u which digeet the meats.
T r eillive fTermo t are obtained
S tyb*ml the salTa In the mouth.
whblh tberefre should be thoroughly
maxed with each mouthful before
W allaW But white ib d is so soft
ad 4lMun In substa we un-
enaslo sly swallow* before It
tias had a fair clme suf
Sciently fd stivo
saliva. T'"! ed digeo
ios (if ce at all),
and at th very apt
teob ue figuring, un-
wanted and unhealthful faL

May Be OvW ei a
Bishop Wllard A. Mailslll. at a
mnner, defended the law against aSu.-
day breamag. Indecent ltertirs. eta
Bgtt these laws," objoted ooeolol.
istt. "undermine our freedom." Ire"
d3." said Bishop Mallallelu. "s a a ood
thing, but let us. not make too much
of It In Pennsylvania. for instance.
a man tI free to marry his mother-in.
law, but no man ever does."

Something New.
An irishman Just from the sod was
eating some old rchese, when he
found, to his dismay, that it con.
tained living Inhtabtants. "Be j.
bers." said he. "does. your cheese l*
this country have children r

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Its 1mis lee Good rseults ae
p P P ed

s. ,M re,.d, prp mblood-deam the entle
-tIda eagte erani-stren-- theMi ges u and nerves.
A politive specific for blood Plses ad sldn diseases.
Drives out uSaetMEm and p the Pal; ends .Malari;
is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousandtendoree it.

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Some Claims

CLAIM No.- The PFlorida Citrus Excheng lalms that It h has dled its citrwiaffrults, from time
of ladi W on cars ttl delver4 at destination, iMuding all c as oflling (which include broker.
age, auction charm sarrtes, tele g and vry expense of weaetr nature and kld incurred In
rolling sut-i rut)r l erl a charges to Ve grower owning sid Eit, than any other marketing
agency in the state of F6l4d..
CLAIM No..#-The Florida Citrues Exclange claims that it has obtained from the purchasers In the
market places of the United States, a higher pri for the citrus fruits handled by the Flrida Citrus Ex.
cbane during the season of 1910-11 than has been obtained by any other market agency In the State
of Florida for ~ruit of similar grade and quality, sold at the same times.
CLAIM No. I-The Florida Citrus Exchang claims that today its packs and brands stand higher
with the trade that purchases and sells citrus fruits in the market of the country than the packs a
b s of an other marketing agncy the citrus deal in Florida, for fruit of ase grade and quality.
CLAI No. 4-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it is the only agency operating In the
ltus'deal In Florida that renders an honest, Intelligible account sale to its shippers,inhat it I the only
Sttitcy in Florida that states on its account sale the actual date and place of sale, the actual amount of
.s .reseafed for the fruit sold, the name of the purchaser; and play statesall deductions of ee
as sand kind from the gross proceeds of the sale, which enables te grower to readily and Intel.
t Cheek beek to se.whether he has received an honest accod lnig or not
N CLA & 1-Thi Florida Citru Exchange claims that no agency for the usae h citrm fruits,
y t rIs ia, actually handles the 4t of its patron for total ros charg to the grower of
S-r anything nsar that ium-4p include all costs of handling, of whatsoever nature sand
kindthluding brokerage suction charges, 4omlmissiogs, salaries s*d other elabMrate ul a tal1d e.
CLAIM N..o _., Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it a thU e fi o mubeta ecy opeflr
In e ksW atlSJlPrida that pays in full to the growers hr whom I ships, a ie as
ec. M ta | si ertton companies for loss, damage and overebhai.
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A Challenge.
by challenges any marketing ageny operating In the State of
lg chlalm-not by iM statem t but by positive
mitnd to three .usptdla 4t rteaaa powers and operators
M4 we will Suggest as.oau wa r thir Coplmlttee of Arbitr
he State. noae of wioml ma aliated with the Plridd Chmrs
nslhip therefor,.4o-w.t: ,
$ap from the boohs of any o this challenge, or C .
Jvjust a free acces to the ad c of the chae
hflengera sjul hare in invesstatlg ear b s eh4 ords.

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Of9 TI.ttf Wbd w"it all youyr mlghtS 1b
,ger In thl bteM ellihtUon. Idm not t the leatt In you work.
the tabma. "T," rlie the owith all yer mght fer the blesMlag
otheSloIgbt: m*ay oa ear semut of 0od: but work. at the ane tlume
Ites enot get away rs the tIe Vwith-all geaoe, with ll patlewno
savages all have that a man who with all perseveee. Pray, then,
amanaes to pet asseestoe of a high and Vork. Worde sa pray. And still
silk hat sl thereby qualifed to be a agan pyf and wort. and this all the
leader." das o youe Ilte-G e Muller.

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Sats are l .gerato wGlrt md t 4 a0
,61been e 1tro0 el0ve e rei. T e
d1as t m de es dor q sMPa&
o,, 4utorl ad to O.tr" s we et Mu
bUM s are often" seriouly injured by
the sa p atiton ait fho Ieirmat i -
ta ir xaggerates while th t ig ht have
been entirely oeroomem. Tis n Ow-
ting tharplio ttrala the bppte. It
ot help the chld half hlas eoh
-keepingt mnd tall of the gosC s
beaut ifl and that true Thewill oit
S ie pla es for tao r pity u-t o
bility suggeston will so t tst he the
I b after a ht il that the hre will it
nothing to ttlea but the opit*. ft
will be so full of sunshae, so fall of
beauty and lov hl, that he re will br t
s tet place for their opposite.
The chlWs self-onmideaae shoud ke
buttreeed braced, wefoWad in
every possible way; ot that he should
be taught to overtimate his ability
and his posulbilittes, but the Idea that
S he N Ws child, that he Is hir I*an
i*nf nit inhrWItance imagallzeut food,
bllitife, should- be Mi"t"a te to e
very marrow of his beat;
For ltinguishing OIL
for e* nagulshl"n oil lres whoe
water .2Wbotb tneffective and danger
.outrothy liquids have bee resom-
'. n~ded. In a late test near Hamburg
a mixture of one quart inch of ca utlo
sod and alum solutions yllded 11
quarts of a yeilowleh-white foam. bar
I< '' ins a dnsulty of 0.14. aid this would
Sbe sucked up ad distributed like we-
tar by a boe. A basuetaof t0 squa9
S feet. filled with benaine to 10 Inches.
was fred, and. was extinguished In 1T
seconds with Is pR o f the frothy
mixture, and a burning besilsu taak.
six feet In diameter and nain feet |igh.
vwu extinguished In 1 seonods. The
Sbensne was little afeoted, burning as
*&Izal after removal of the froth.


lngllsh Expert Locates Ampk Supply,
uagln DepOth slow surfaw
Within Two Feet.
A very rmarkable achlevemet Ito
"water-findlg" has boeen- emar
through at Selly Oak. Birtelagam. It
was necessary to discover a spply ao
water on the land blonging to th
eat- Eum*s iorks.l d Mt.,

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Crystal River News

Mc Liver MacKay


Full Line of Hardare, Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Corrugated Iron and Roofing of All Kinds,
Builder Matedals, Coffins, Farming
Implements, Etc. Prompt at-
tention given to all Mail


Writer Call on us For Prices N






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U^ HKarry a Full U.. of
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F ancy an Gmy Groeo'ies,
Fresh Meats, Greei Groert -
Can Goods, onootio ari s,
Oountry Produ, Butter KI4 tq.,

When I ToWm Caoin M.ad get My P*IV
Bdoie BDifg.


Crstd a, 3 l or:

Cyrstal River Drug Company

Ire Drugs, Tolet Artil-, PerI
fmn, Souveanir Pt Cards, To.
bac Uanbj Nwsially. Candy,

Baseball Supplies, etc

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a ss pai s opumm i umtu na w
half en he0r. a'bhean i ddy
stopped and declared that at the ilace
where he stood water would be fonad
at a depth of 50 feet. Aooatramot w
s!nued by which be emagad to lakp
Seight-tqeb artesean tube whieh ttheld
produce act los than 15,0 gallowe
t 'water 4dua. a the eaeditlo "No
Water, no iey." He employed ydr.
li e born masebhiery, and in I eorte
days struck water at a depth of a 48
feet. adJ tet pumpfag for beours
proved a field of M a guesa per
de-. That the expert hold have
sugaed the depth w1tht0 two feet Io
c considered one of the greatest trismamp
Sn water*flandin of modern times

"DId your late emalereyr iv youa
"Yes, bat It doesn't seem to do me
may goon
'What did he* *rt"
S"He sid I wu sone of the bet Mae
his r m ever turned out"
,. lent *y the ison.
.... The towerina Washlaton m
meat. solid as it la, annot rbist the
beat of the us.a poured oa f t south-
era side on a mldsummer day, with
out a slight beading of the gigptle.
shaft which to readred pereepltlle
by means of a copper wire, 174 eest
long. hanain tIn the cetert o the
structure, and carry g a plummet
suspended ln. vessel of water. At
Ja s n er the apex ot the m*-
umes* 50 fet shove the roud* '
.ifeAd, b m *xpeamt of the sete, a
S few a redtha of sa tas tsard the
Wart WO H V1h 18.4a e--n 11 enep0t0
S"motless of the plummett, 4 t d tilln
weather delleate vibrates of the
ernut of the eArth. otherwise t pe
elvd. an registerd by ILt

ForMU00s iisWOWies
Meh i s;R mb,
them I" m

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Sa ttglht ? ~ o
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h Osto awn,."~s

Tne eemus
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usme Is our usaveMlat admirstle IW
ielIo: yet oa gea s, an sitter bow
you view him. Is alwar as laipeaole
ereatwre He ln t t d to B with.
ii he Is so ounaortunate a to many,
be makes Itte mserable for his
If be doea't marry.. he to a sare
a his fMaied. A4 the prneablUty
that o e will appreciate i m to h
own age Tet when we hear that
nsuh and sueh a a e i a niat, we
exporm*ee an Itt feeli of et y.
Most of us would like to be a gelmu,
S.we oould have, along with It, our
own steady traits. We wouldn't give
up our regular Ifeome, but If we oould
be a slenu with It, wi should He
t very well
Lbroeo d"lares that alases are
abnormal-deperate types. Ieta-
tilts term them In bilooleaI words
"sports"--that hey are exceptions
to a rule. They are suppdeed to see
thbip straight, wbreas everybody
else II abnormaL Bernartd haw aiy
that l what is the matter wlih him.-
Thomas L Masso tn Lpplaeott'.

WhUt uo Autoer ef a Oook s*ot
pFeumi e1 te HIIOWas Left
for Melee.
The oman was the athor of a
e btpk "ht ast e galsetd a
her eate. with we meiisiia and
eqmasioeal uk p**ges ase* td
additional ulpae Often she had es
p -ee- a wih eeso o eld opy of
the book u Sad Ot to what ase the
blank a ee d bees put On day
0 a q=e -h Md bat'Isto e btr e
band unearthed an eM vwnma. Po
tiins that It had w aeapstatad freo
.y, he boeIgt it After a day or ts
he seams
"low i about the astes I tt o
.se.. t. d laws.-.h .
hmoule a b aythla." ..., '

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N 4 w "? t Bwwood d m AllAbe
Rvry a"ad mxup requMeE toWmSpA .
tU, our pndtet mid ourtiecss mnd tihe htew it
thMe rmult ofiSh value sad honet goods t0ersasto":
Weo. wT.. wozepti the hi.. ad .e eo iMsnW.. -
cordis and tme of spy hoeo in WFlorida M we asa
you desire. Woe a s agents in forlidsat quite a r of smmr
owned beverte. We e .a the pWopus ed of wbbhidwm- ew wd. Ad
anous wies. Orderwhat you wantweW qu ai I.
Our own private brad are ahbi*y gaBe, w M e*: sW
way or yor moy wl be promptly r I- .


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