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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: November 3, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Crystal River (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Crystal River
Coordinates: 28.90067 x -82.593699 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID00060
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 40197650
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PUBLISHED WEEKLY.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.

PHILOSOPHY AND PLASTERS.


For the most part maSkind bhas
learned to accept the varied happen. .....
lnag of life la a philosophical spirit. DESTROY BRAJI
But there always will be people who,
forgetting the Inspired adage which 00 O LI M dethl
mireettes that suffilent unto the day Is That is Just what
the evil thereof, continually look it amounts to. It
ahead for trouble. The other day a In happeaR every
big snake In the Bronx soo was found day. i home
to be suffering from bronchitis. The A ,a p i n
ordinary remedies were given tents a"d snitari-
addition the reptile's throat was wrap. A U lJ e ago Z
ped with adhesive plaster for a die- yugL a sg"
tance of six feet-the unusual space becau embrolled
being covered, perhaps because it Is -- i a argument Irh
difficult to tell where a naroke's throat with another youth. There was
ends and the rest of him begin.. And fight Young Lawies was stabbed In
now a6 uneasy correspondent writes the heart. He was placed In an auto
to his daily paper and asks how the mobile and brought several miles to
doctor and the attendants propose to hospital. This took minutes a manyd
remove the plaster. it Is possible. that precious ones. When the patient WaS
hisl Inquiring person has had trouble he was still con olous. So startling
with plasters and knows how unpleas- was the nature of the wound that the
ant It is suddenly to separate the oldest internee paled when they saw of the type that used to be hope-
stickers from the human skin. But, the extent of the Ilnjry. Twelv less. Four of the vertebrae
why worry about the make? Why stitches were required to close the were smashed. It was worse
look for trouble even before the plas- gash through the heart muscles. The than a broken back, for not one,
tar begins to draw? When the prop. patient lived. He was living when the but four of the chain of bone
er time comes and the usefulness of hospital authorities heard from him were crushed.
thebimufflerIendedItIs possible last, and that was but a short time It was cenaldered amassing
the obi muer i ended It posrsbl since. His chance of life when be that he should have survived
the cobra will slough the plaster a was brought Into the hospital were the fall Naturally, thenou, it was
he might his skin. less than nothing. It was a notable *tll more Msaming when he b*e to utterly destroy for two r t ra
case of the fooling of death. aM to grow stronger after the years at least all danger Of a a .
A writer contends that for the def- Men are hard to killU at times. It-. aurgeoa had done their best. By pains. Others have managed to q
nitlon of "home" as 'the place where tie Andrew Ceralnto as accidentally a seeing alrm1ade the grayish white -without a stomach. The eiR kal...f
a man can do as he pleases." There shot through the head. There was no splatnae t M4 ;ptl ervd. F esaateou tha n a"ges leavit triamt m r
mit .t be much advanced in favor of doubt that the ball had penetrated remained Ila I ba. Fifteen pounds ga from the body i
the proposition that it is the place the brain tissue. No one expected the of plaster of Mpab was made into a come forward to aid, t 9it(e .0
nere propoeoman can do as she pass-child to live. Ten years ago-death Jacket for him. He was caused t years With but little e. laoft ieafes.
wAat e woman canlly dom. Well ewh- would have been more than certals. that and kept t, the hospital seven or Tht eporm a tufoin that are n .11
t leat he eerally doe. Well, why But surgery, and especially brain sur eight weeks. Me lived and was die- me lifted from t cranltOa eatd
not? Who makes the horea t vermsgery, has made long leaps in that time. charged, not 6pind, but as sound assometiees destroy a wart, a lit o f
Ideal home owes its greatest charms Thee leaps have been forward. When any man can hOpe to be who has fall- the gray matter, but omeNAh t et
to woman's part in Its making. Man death did not ensue the eager In- en headlong frog such a height and ey the p"Aset gN ea srppelu lit
is aware of that, and the American tomes saw a ohanoe to save a life. broken four of t( bone eat the sptnal a eaglad TAjP M Bln p o tlh-V
man generally accepts woman's exclu- They did. ttle Andrew Certante column. In twl ca"e dJ was bao. the meat dtR4ng it ag sd*
sive dominion ti the home of her u. was discharged from the boespital a ed. Twenty am a woa. a d wMase te iS,
qLuestoned right, his privilege. being few day& ago. He was apparently on have been a ral w aws deent Atta, tiuamp th at
t Mnce theenterprise and eno the road to a oomple r e ov ery fn meafter ihe
Q... ,. o ,t~. whic th -.e go.s i g spite of the mutull ae brain tusrui How vwe Ive, ..pM y MV1, a t e 1jm be1i Pge l
a" frhim Death was tricked ot omething that j on over e. teorla
e 1 t 1 h a rtain y hi. ,ay the g he orlhap s 1 asnte h



deadly orn Whateover may be "tool deth" he s ladsts ha oog det the
said in el "amlaiep" hat ne lwanld to tae advauitag f all thei by Treop, ittery by, Ia*
deam oin ln test- thlneg. They hat trala4 the taMt by auttallon, tegefar
be gt rior ll, the white blood e rpsM4 ad soldsm are ta
1s be brought against it, and it to do thing, for them. .aanst that earse .t the oainpo-,4
reasonably rtal that if it was a Thirty-thsee eas was t e s av o phuM DgMh has a tas been
adaptation of "mWre" man It would erage life of man. Wanr, lue1 a1a *d'ot do1se of ilvel by this fi -
leg ago have been forced late the pestllenee helped to oat dawi s tI It inlb ar'-vworth h e. to
"hasb een" clae. But woman, with duraton of map's spa. No *on kus of the t yphed death toI the
her supreme power, and her hat pin. now Jut how long the average ife more, at least In theoa. 0uer t b
make a oobatiaUon difficult to de. Ins ny more. It o changing all the p ated in th a ea the v a e
feat. time by getting longer. Mta border dlaorfrtt her.ee trs. o"t o
Death used to reach out thrOugh not igh worth io be ea to be li
a lPootd 1.uth d w whihbke app le and claim ahe nvimma In thoae wltON ave d Were these who bo a .te.. :
too sa mouthh sase, which tro a spite of the best *ort of the ,as ft Teason other were not hthS 'hatl -
o.t tae months ao if the p rovo who fought bakI at hi wngi tg give the v~etl e. o r ia
of Haute-. vole, has spread rapidly Ucalpel. There was sometMa weg This one step alone will make wars h Lbe d are bel I I
and is now threatening central and This was remqled and the death rate harder to 8ght Iower Aen will die walled of s ad a he
southern rOaneo Pigs, sheep and cat- sank and contlneu to siak. The gied ta fevered camps, and there wll ter of erum, vaoldn. *to'"
tie are affected. The best policy with surgeon has fooled death ao etp ia. lbebe ftor the bullets. that seem quite apmplre e.W aewf
reference to this soourge is to keep appendioltis caee that it is s tbIager Deah Is beigs fooled by little hot- that we have become agiMa to Y
it out of a conhlry by the most atrin looked upon as a particulihly eetu- ties. He 'is being cheated by little 4hem. Death la being fooled daly
gent ispection system for Imports operaton. ,tbes of thin glass, filled with yellow- with s ome colot felft ad ad a ay In
of live tock. The example of France Before that tim, in the days wa.c ih, istrpy luids, that are more pow- hypod needle. -. i fl
demonstrates that the disease is hard the war hospitals wore de y beo d erful than anything ei e on the chem In southern Illino-l, twety. yar
dto sht when iat once gi cets the tellin, as operation of any sort h Its' shelves. The have within them ago there wat ub f.e ad am
to lbt when It one of theme places was grave, po1ssiblities of life or of dissolution. oftentimes resulting Ina th.
They had not learned a yet how to They are so small that you could ae cohditions then eisd lte t
And now the pure food experts are round up, slay and utterly destroy the e diea of them In a side poket east Melsouie Thei lw p
after some of the soda fountain drinks, pus germs that were ore ept v ery- of your coat and neepC feel thetr are being eleare4 dO th e
charging, among other things, that where over the unatorlllied dedid weight or bulk. Poeslblitles of IlIt covered mheta, : aun t l
they are habit forming Corrobora. planking, clinging t the ctthilg Of and dtb'Ior a whole city might be into the lowlaad wte ttiote!
to alght be had from the wa othe swatn of the surgeon ad flot ift Hoe' placed ln a pocket a. i a g. a
the summer-girl who views with pital atmosphere. They d~ bete e "Thefe are 50.000 dead bacterias lust nthesa IMQ
alarm the rapidity with which one ice any more. They are gmuarded agalt I this Uttle vial,' says the bacterlol- aThe unas S SeS
dreta rod t follows other and watched by every at Na op eglkt. I can palm It, hide it, almost far a the
es od follows soer erator and interne of any ho The tT e it a, my hand, uad yet here ino- a p ire Ase it
goflieoddeahof mpa fasgn death pereatage from this eft aw inore power in it than you might piot any I. ig'ftnstl i
A good deal of aympathy aa gone sunk low and (p s ianlg ow lin las a years ordinary treatment." l t i
out to Hetty Oreen' son because in an everyday inwtaa~ of puld b f That at the way they ae fotarI eo t In i
a inocautiou moment he announced fng and fooling death. dert h. It sla done with in gle thialep m i hat,$l ,1.t o,4
that be intended to marry within a If you love life yo do wll T that a really noe aex i h twTly frall u '
year and had not picked out the girL llvlng now. You have a betty eja l ag Iteo the Vet' a solM t l| I
Bt he noway he wrr to ee more of t and llve e- dead tubeloel di eem -is er. by "t
ut he now sa e wl not e a years than you would have IS i h ~dnot klft hiel t ve brethreas, ip Io'g i
NewYor wom ano .Atndhdafon cr had lived yesterday. You wilt he WW spea t ee: The body a
fully remahlnag in New TOrk. still better chance tomorrow Np f o l.t oat iere retb lta.plro e ca
sienatist poking around with W O'S iatl i diho bldod. A ipe oag of I, oy
The stet luh st*ry comes moem scope may ad aomethlng toih>. thae do1 a44,ad d )re of thope the w 5to fops % tM
Poae lB ok. N. J aer.o, It l s.elaimed will increase the aveg life p "avqa-dte wr the white o -e hore.
a angl aer ct for-aish and pulled p another deatde. Iome Methalhoi apeu f fr ot m so mewhere ad -
a chet b silverware. The fsacn oapt tougont oatep furthettrr
sted, Coal. lads us to place swmie a e a better ThA e tot
faith iat* of a few yeantght ""
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IeN ftsnohse Blaoktook *- go"t
He esapesd to opea atr with a e*-
sadoa of rollt aad porturbiSle oddly
soammingled. instead of seeothsg, the
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turned writhing -Ia his 'booe ad
stung him like an adder. o that was
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ive mood, Hblvious o aD mhat ts r-
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After a Iong. hot and dusty Joura
by trail -thl Now York commerlal
travel a arrived la Rclhmo nd. brushes
enough duet k o his face to make w
that the right man was gettinh c
and haled one of the little@ me sgof
haeks common In the Old Do"tas
eit. It was driven by an aged aegr
"Drive me to a habordashbry," al .
the traveling man surveoydt i'l .
raimoent with dstfavor. "Tee-se ," said
the ngro. "Oiddup." The old bonde
started of at a. little tt-legud Jog
trot The driver seemed d to be thtnk
ig deeply. By and by the
h rea to rastoa and leaned bee
to his fare. "Sease ms, sub." said l be,
"but wary 4 you all wast to pfr
"Drive me to a' haberdashery," aid
the travelingl la.' "Oh, yesauh." ald
the aegro. "To r e sn. "lGddap."
Th hack rattled on for a little way,
and then the ngro stoppAo got a1o
the box aTd pokd hia had Ia o're
the little door. "Mebbe Ah didn't gt
dat name Jas' riht,"-said he. "Would
you allm ale repeaW It, suh The
traveling man said hor the third tIm
that he wanted to go to a habordash*
ery. The old driver shook his gray
wool and looked grieved. "Ah'm an
ole ihan," said he. "Youah kin tru'
me. Whh is It you really want to
go?"


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S hbise a may's vMles, tollowd by a
S W it's flltn laughs. a thought too
'rSnnlog laugh, a
DMier W41 olbrt him a gtaes. Mk
S bowod. tok It and hoi It to bb iIps
P tor qm et wilthbut tusting. l*a
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Wt i "Tha.- is good,' heo tid. bad sipped
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T"o'V 114 I thoat of impositag O
41 ot yow good natatul."
led* "Why, so t 1. My friends are i.
a r ways welcome. our health.
kI hool Mr. Coast."
'ti "And yours. Mr. Miller."
an M They drank ceremoulously. Coast
aself put down an empty glass. "That," he
hardly declared from the bottom of a one.
g5f Im. gratulated liset, "was dellolous."
Wr1a, he "Another drop?"
rot, "*No. Absolutely not. It would In.
I>d1ed spire me to try to buy out the shop."
rWdy He offered his hand. "Good alght, and
thank you.",
aedhm "Good night, Mr. Coast."
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."GoodatewIan lortuast. I've
bMt waiting to oo ye--y
B ot lan a aut the Moar at te
w etn.Yeb thye ~a t of th* o
.t M-n4ttdkU motor
t-ool f Aea: r Aepd
AtO gal -Rat somtm Oters.
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lM OtWd thm all
1116 uaee Kathrtne

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ld heorio sn ited a si.le t
lk ** e wa slower of the nlbht,
.b ,tuapra. mystMio,
'W ewfre you golag. Garrettr
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r llth a ittUe start at the sound
0 h Wa veis. "No place i particular.
I belve I had o eo has action of
the dub when you baled me. And
yo Saoe,. of oouors."
Tes., I'e been abopping
N "OFry. ICusot*hould
iv b thibaking of you Jst whoa
Sd4nt wAree: It wvas tepaty."
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liess ttlg About ye all doi. Some
Il"e,.4 4on't Iow whiat-moved
as to psk uptown from Tweaty-third
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RASH ALL OVER BABY'S BODY

Itoid So He Coul Not StI p

"On July 2, .1900, we left BoSAtea tor
a trip to Xgland aid Ireland, i aktg
baby with us. After belg Ile
a few days a nasty rash oau out all
over his body. We took hl to a doo.
tor who gave uas edelle for him.
The trouble started ta the torm of a
ruah and wM all vr baby's bd,
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CRYSTAL RIVER NEWS "chirdid ta fli W i
council prevailed in the emerg-


decTariig that the Earnest 'W-
ers knew how to bring fg tp-
pass. "9.


Halwe'e Pa rty.
'Miss Nellie Miller gave a Hal.
lowe'en Party at her home, in
honor of the upper grade. pupils
of the school.
It was well attended and will
be a topic of conversation foi
some time to come. .
Of course the ghost was in
quite ghostly apparel, beipg mi.
personatcd, in a ghostly manner,
by Miss Nellie Miller. The for-
tune teller was Elsie Masters
and the witch was Elsie Miller,
all of whom were appropriately
garbed.
The even ing was largely taken
up in tae playing of gamines, and
tbe game gainut was run almost
to i;s entire length. Olapp in,
Clapp out, Equilibrium, diving
for apples and pecans, blowing
out candles by those who were
Blindfolded, in fact every game,
stopping just short of mumble-
the peg werA introduced.
Apples, candy, pecans and pea-
nuts were served.
The stirring incident of the
evening was the burning of an
upholstered chair. The origin
(of -the fire is hidden in the
depths of deepest mystery.
S Sone do say that it caught from
a Jack- o'- lantern, the grotesque
light frQm. whie'i was supposed
S to add to the gruesomness oJ the
Shor; others however say that a
'fa 41ddent young man who
K eupie4 the chAir wrung *nd
M4i t I at each a lively rate,
i raw his best girl chat.
)b.b $hber* that the trfni
Sthee abaeaauent hoo.


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ADVEKtT1l'N IRATEH.
Translent advertisrnients 15 cents per
noh each lnsertloo: l ythe month, 10cents
per Inclh ticb Insirtlon, special rates will
bo Riven advertisers wishlnr to contract for
advertisllg space liy the year. Local no-
s cents per liran ench Insertion.

Pre -* Halo.ve'ea Party

The Earnest Workers of the
Presbyter'ai church gave a party
in EBo'llert's Hall on Monday
evening, which was largely at-
tended, aln from which, the sumni
of over $213.00 was realized.
The ladies 'had prepared o
large anmauint of good things for
the eaters and the refreshment
table was well patronized.
The fishing pond was in one
corner of the room and the bait
used was silver. We presume
that the larger the bait, the
larger the catch. Some of tht
younger generation made the at-
mosphero jing.e with the evi-
dence of their enjoyment, and
we also notice that N. B. whichl
does not iman "take notice")
was among the happy juveniles.
In tie southeast corner was
where Romany held forth, and
paraded before the seekers after
the hidden things of the future,
her thorough mastery of the oc-
cult.
They say that the seeress (whos,
name we will not reveal, for it
is a secret that is well known,)
surpassed even the sagest of tilhe
sage, in her especially helpful
art, and told several people of
4ixI they themselves knew to

Take it ether the eVe9.-
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and co-operate with the Demo"
cratic members of the House wi
An effort to relieve the oduntry
from many of the oppressive and
unjust provisions of the republi-
can tariff schedules, and, if com-
missioned as one of your on-
gressmen, I pledge myself, as
such member of Congress, to
inake an earnest and faithful
effort for the enactment of legi8s
nation in harmony with the best
progressive thought of the coun,
try, consonanrt with Democratict


principles. I,
I favor the active c6-operation
of County, State and Nation`'in
the construction and mainten-
ance of permanent good roads in
,the interest of all the people,
Good roadse mean progress "'$nd
prosperity, a benefit to the to.-
ple who live in the cities Atdd
towns, and an advantage to the
people who live in the country.
Goob roads, like good streetS;
make habitation along them ta
sirable; they enhance the raluo
of farm lands, facilitate transplr-
tation, and add untold wealth .Ail
the producers and cousnmers of'
the country. Good road* eQaatity
the country and bring the people
in touch with each other and prs.
mote the social, religious, educ 'er
tionaland the industrial progre#
of the people.
.Respectfully,
G. 0. Marti n..

i Coedepfe rlane
V.W. Pot.ter of Coapbatow'W.Y,
bas Ot as pesenleo s l hase
0 V5aIee TOWy h 4a-iL k jds
bovwln-to WlSa tarsO. ALW53a'kem.


ency, and under the able leader-
ship of Elsie Masters and Tommy
Hoy. a fire dep hWfW2W
monipftly organized, 'TdinI# b/y
intrepid spirits, hurled *min-
selves upon the surging billows
of flame. To the minds of some
the department was not equal
to the strain put upon it and this
condition furnished the sittings
for one of the heroic incidents if
history. A mod .st. retiring
young man of auburn ringlets,
whose voice is but seldom heard
n public, noting the opportunity
(-or securing a Carnagie medal,
grabbedd a tub of water, apples
1nd pecans, and promptly put
>ut the fire department, anb al-
mnast extinguished tho fir,. It)
,act Chas. did put out the fire,
'or the sweat running down his
noble brow, fell upon the seeth-
ing mass and the city was saved.

for Congressman-at -*Large
Brooksville, Florida.
Oct. 10, 1911


HE AROUSED HER INTEREST
Woman Didn't Want Books or Plo-
tures, but Lotion for Wrinkles
Was Different.
"Madame," said the gentlemanly
sent, "I am selling a collection of the
greatest poems ever written. The book
la finely bound, containing 697 pages.
and-"
"I don't care for poetry. You will
have to excuse me."'
"In that case, m a'am perhaps you
would like to see a Bible that I am
selling. It contains a handy -Indx
which will enable you to and any
name or quotation without--"
"No, we have all the Bibles wewant.
Really, I am very busy."
"it you are interested In art I can
furnish you with' replicas of all the
old masters, so cleverl /done that no
once would be able to-f"
"We have all the ao we want I
must ask on to st.ani mihdf at nana _


tthe world's po oie tep
pliecdt' It Is the moat ha"om* n.o
ume-..
"No, Idon't care to be bothered any
further. Good day."
"I am handling a lotion that iso gars
anteed to remove wrIfnles la ,one
night. It is recommended-by-.-
"Jut step la and be *estd, won't
yo. please Do you oarry a Mspply
with youTfor immediate delivery

Squfitin
I heard recently orf a other who
aioeked 'her small boy because *'
uilatid. hbe remarked that if that
would nt cure the child -he did not
know. what would.
s1he evidently had no idea that
qUlntug is t a nervous affection (an.
less it comes from a deformity of tke
eye, which generally can be cured by
operation), and that soaetimes It is
a symptom of serious brain disorder.
Most of the "ugly triaka" that oaU.
dreM develop in childhood are tmply
the result of "nerves" and to attempt
to cure them by nagging, scoldinr or
smacklhg la about the worst possible
way tr set about it.
*It: Tvery Important. that thew
bouldM b remedied, howoer, teoausq
sometimes these tricks hnav lasting
Imoee*iflo that endt"'- Oi aInto,
.adult liteand spoil the *appaap e "
thec masers-os perhb bet~eead
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Oe fOIVetShRbers of'pue'eI
alimiu-so cithibag ftbi~
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-alsaft bitterly of thbwe.al& T44Y
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Ourin Day of Self end

"fiwaS *, t rewlia what I lad
takan Mthe *ay of refreshment to-
day," saM a teetotaller to his its
'-hen hq mea howae to dinner on 4.e
of the hottest days; "and it makes me
astonished that there are not more
oases of upset stomachs.
"You know I gct up early and went
up to play o 'Well. for breakfast
I had a lamb obop, cereal, coffee,
toast and a couple of bananas.
"After I'd-played the six 'hill' holes
I had a drink of ice water, and after
playing the fifteenth hole we repaired
to the shanty of the flagman on the
railroad and had one of his lemona-
des, which he makes for the thirsty
golfers and through which trade he
probably makes more than his wages
amount to.
"Aoter we'd finished I had a dish of
ice oream and two large glasses of
excellent milk. Then I took a show-
er bath, dressed and went down town,
tarrying for a pineapple ice cream
soda and a glass of ice water.
"For lunch at my usual downtown
restaurant I took a lettuce and toma-
to sandwich, iled tea, a good sized
section of watermelon and a piece
of cocoanut pie. About fifteen minu-
tes after foux-o'clock I took an egg
chocolate at a soda fountain.
"And here I am, ready for dinner,
and not aware of any Ill effects from
the variety of foods and drinks I've
taken."


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I hereby announce my candi-
lacy for Congressman from the
4tate at Large, subject to the
choicee of the Democratic party
hat will be expressed through
Ahe primary election to be held
luring the year 1912.
Later on I will diseuss before
.he people the political and eco.
nomic issues of the day, but I
,lesiro in making this announce-
mient to say that I heartily in-
lorso the last Democratic Na-
ional platform, and insofar as it
touches questions of importance
in the pending Congressional
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Meetse. Va.-Mrs. J. C. Groee, la a
letter from thla city, says: "I sat-
tered with womanly troubles, so that I
could hardly sit up. Two of the best
doctors In aour town treated 0m, and I
tried different medicine, until I gave
up all hope of ever getting well.
One day, I decided to try some Car-
dul. It did me so much good that I
ordered some more, and It cured mel
Today, I feel as well as I ever did to
my lfe.
The palns and the trouble are all
gone. I feel like another person, In
every way. I wish every, sufferer
could know what Cardul will do, for
sick women."
Thousands of ladies have written,
like Mrs. Green. telling of their really
remarkable recovery, from various
forms of weakness and distress. Car-
dul brought relief, after other rem-
edies had failed to help.
Isn't It likely that you will be helped
by Cardul, this remedy that has been
In constant successful use for more
than half a century? Its record, of
years of success, In relieving troubles
such as your own, la proof that It will
help you, too. Try It.
Get a bottle, from your druggist, to.


day.
N. B.-WrIte stn iLadle' Advise",
Dept., Chattaees NModlele Co.., Chat-
taeo**o, Tam,, fer spoetal le-etr.
tieso, an d 4-PpaM beok, **Hew T treot
meet for Wome," at ta Iapls wrap.

Circumstantial Evidenee.
A Scotchman and his wife were via-
tling In a wild, beautiful part of the
country. While driving one day with
their host, the two men sitting to-
gether in the front seat while the lady
sat behind, they crossed a high bridge
which spanned a roaring torleat An
unusually loud splash caught the gen-
tleman's attention for a moment, but
nothing was said. After several mlles
the gentleman turned to address a
remark to his wife, but her seat was
empty.
"Aye," be remarked to hisa hoat,
"that will be yow splash we bard."'-
Housekeeper. .
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SnAllRn KxIng Bituaton. ,.,-
"Doctor," amid the nervoua. "l
there any way of Ptoiagplerson
to talk in his slat9
"I never l f any," replied the
physiclaun,- w could such an so.
complqUje be of beneat"
"1w lter that or lonsomuil for me.
V tf ts one of the best alffragette
poeakers before the public. She 1i.
ways rehearses her orations at home,
and I've got to say 'hear! hear' or
'that's the staff' at last oan every
ten mlnutes."-Washlngton Star.
The Proof.
Mrs. J. I, Phele-Stokes, Inan and-
dress tin Ptterg, was urglna hert
womea baern to learn to be good
eooks.
"If," be said quafatly, "you would
convince your husband that you are a
better actress than Duoe and a better
_ dancer than Pavlows, prove to him
that you are a better cook than BEooft
filer."


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completion. The mosey forAtie erection of thti-maSallcent building was donated by Andrew Carneile, who
devotes so mueb of his wealth ap efforts to the establishment of International peace.


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New Law Impose& Severe Pen.
alty for Cruelty.

Paa geof 1III for Protectlon of AMni
mate Marks Deoldod Advanoe in
Public Opinion Teward
Canlneos.
Loodon.-Bvery dog hae his day,
the say, aad thlais Isrely the 'd-d
d verT d o. Nvoer to the J


tregat.as new when e11ry e1r to ta-
te by qfilloat of for4w0 er d doe
lovers to seoe the comfort a well-
beigi of aoe of m 'e most talthftu
friends.
The proteetion-of anlmalsbill, wbleb
lust received the' royal assean
now passes on the statute book,
marks a wry decided advanesiftg pelb
lie opinion oa matters affect iant
mnla SeOeraly sad dogs partl6ulrlty.
when compared with that wideprea'
attitude of Indiffergene previllng
thirty years ago. The new act eOW
eure, amonS other things, the pre-
ventlon of revengeful treatment of
d6gs or other animals after a em
vicitlon of an owner for cruelty, and
provides a deterrent to the eorg
treatment of performing animator -1
also prbvfde for the Inqpedit, or
springg traps every twelve bour tad
Impose penalties on those she Sell
poisoned rain ,or seed, or who pAoo
poison without taking reasonabI ire-
cautioks agalst access to It 6~feg
or other domestic animals.
Contrast this legislation with the
comparatively hard Ue for WUe
life that followed the oeal hy*ro
phobia epidemic. Many dop were
then destroyed, and thoee was uat'
sal muanitng. It motioeable Am
much more secure a pla the 4o e
has gained In theo 0aeco e Itew
people, from the highest to the -,iot
classes, the last decade or two
stead of chnaltat the dog up 1.GP
back yards ol f baIlnag tlhe
mal O very ppesaraee n a A
place, there la M *very head e*
markably demontuMlve desire to
make all of this most valued aip
doapiet pets.
IThe mYt year In reat
&la 3l.a 4 do" to 1spee of wh
cesss were isaesed. These '
dop that were happy eoh to
owners ad homes. T ,thi
munt be added dot 0 aes
eempagtiow lies. nes, makle1 ar|>
aI aeouate tor f Ithe emlsl tarMuM
ao the board m agtrsemare asd ie lp
e .el~e Meso e of th
see deSt~est e o w Yevr UW
Upward oe f aeer i m.UA
of .rttalan aesap t eki wner1

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shre. Lancashire d London pow
sites the largest al r of ogs. Du
lfu the last ha -tal year for whihe
returns are available the local ta".
tion IMenasee prodded la London
county alone 61,47 tIn respect of
dop, the county of Middlese follow-
lan with a oatrl .bes from des U-
coases of ,OOM.
Not for the last three years has ay
dum ibs order tro Md the eauine
peseo of -*ial -sd arsal love of lib-
ert Noi* deeso bor dog c rert
aU latlnuily ~~beflt ttfofwaid. neDO
oe.domt:Ntment fvtated
h ltote Sittl titf tuttste for
the tLiila of anise lgres who.
Sam and Watesa uheI a hve '
better Aftguimtaia with 4 mMsses.
Uh a ber of dog' tees in a.-
eon and various parts o t coa m y
Ms boterswbly tacrea d In tfh last
few yearn, sat there wK. -toe, vatit
lately. at amy rat, a dogs esmeter?
to Hyde Pua. Many ve"rlary sur-
poms pepogalse ta dog 4 umts. anld
Gae apWrt eg doctors comaed
a fees uat as dos tb ~pIm't
specialty vo tra s the mre ha .
Dog e"thtn rs ake Sae raiset--
trom the SjW led collars hibch ado"
the to apsales and 1phingm pets
of tty asallasem antsulety bWIle
to the .irm woven and braided soats
Wh the soum erstag 4 and mw
lasewlmam. Ranlway C"mpanIes an
betm Out to view dop as pane-


tern rather than as baggage and to.
prvItd* accommodations asoordingly,
Including a supply of drinking water.
Breeders and owners are encouraged to
Improve the canine race and to exhibit
of their best at numereos shows- ad
Geld trials, of which there will -
114 between the beginstln of this
montb and the end of the year.

MARRIED TWICE M4 ONE OAY
Tennessee irt eha Hart into
Trouble by Cetnting Tw1. M
rl ige With et Olve.
Memphie. T-1a-I (- o oe b .'W
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