Title: Crystal River news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075892/00061
 Material Information
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: December 8, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075892
Volume ID: VID00061
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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toae Wer

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M3OR BENT-T.W 0 ey too -
lashed rooms, wftl(V thouf

air at the News ofloe.

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aeT aQ .. aim o ,
W|iler at Gaiaftiille,

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i towu TuedA4.,

Q ildweds, of fled LeYTI,0

,.rflmft r wet.fm his
1^q ant on4
putting conl .uM, eae
b uppod, il l iaja red oat
*ite misery lrhooig it, Be
ka* it swas Sday *ad to place

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Jan**,Af&t rrD-,*and the
p9511n, a. reio ornAn~tdfo~
ooccsion b! tt u Waeds

dance in school was not so good,
but this week it is fine.
SMrs. II. J.. Turner visited her
mother, MrU J. B. Winn, on
Sunday. -" 4
. Mrs. Caroline Everett had the
.misfortune of getting-a fall a
few days ago which "laid her
up!' for a few days. We are dIad
s4ay 8 he ims i troving.
j4o*dn NBertimO, of Oryp1l
Ier, has been Qnthe sicujt
*It has been spending _40w
days here with his parents.^
* J. B. Wina aand D. J. Tiri
attended their rbspeative rd
met4gaP, on last Monda in In-
,s'10l ua Orliff, after'pend-
takbo aito titlg vacation


--" eI l saddR e -If ena Ji-.b*at Yqr s apt bi aaeVver. -le aubng doi
,K iitof year *lt o*of.ov4koniidi l ero e y lett ad his. tv
., iesuMMp M dollar touTenad at bones helps "ggltao But, alah
f the town toward priperity his dog's eteidar wa m t.
o ,Bederick Vah B y, who re- order. It wS, t1ow:o tf
tere t o mamsb'Aess trip on .
edastjr asl b" trh on,, ..Tere wasa time w, th and so the dogl rreve ilke
0. ,.Bad 0 .B anSdy, went -ere ws t tim when th .pshmolentdeer t -t.W .
Sto billion' Tdl, merchantt or manufacture mit lA d itnd brokt Iome,
tau rat' ft ae sa B s sit in his store or office and witnd wh the writer hd
ig. sr- b.i- es as being good, for the trade to come to him. aln e h .i it ha
But that time is o.mOw-. OCMhjI A fe.t oh. o"w
petition has grown so keen .that __,.. o...v., .a i i. hi _7
:T Trgenratien hthe man with-something to lt 1 voe20 I mD
*Wibrit -of cleanline finds it absolutely ne.ssiry .ionS a bath.brnk -,
^ + o .. rCnuuie vle ImpToyeMet O, po.ot and seek the business. He .- th s. al -- ,
l #~y. probably, and, ttW.t the must reach the people. 4y r ma wy S ,
.;. eaIAd"eioaof tbq tcher.ts, 6 has mM164 aoertDoio, byi gttkigin b gt td5w. t- e.
4I6II' b1) touchwitn them and uprw s brook dwindles intsle osh
empeus until it s Uike a li. th A with the adeAtiPge of o -r d ie.
I tliiteh ltom9tlas*O'wb ploing their trade whitb. e .ti matter mentioned. The
.. r _. h.T4. < we eing people require b
." .."* ,.. + ~ ,' %- with 4 l1 e4
rsW.. w, *. who ha offered inducements. They want ,ara-.b was. -ar wh .
n a aib.poodfor some weeks, "to beqhown."-lkelad MNews to boundig deer,
a hifiend it cessary toaP to a lt the uash. The
a aaltwMrslifor a i Iorop at IO .. oae r o
Sofia.semeatortainad by4er hecolred ple 09
ien aasM,to the mult. She left toe bo. se of opr T.. W -
I1_**4 torTAMP&.Taps B406.12. las*on detat ^ ^tilledol j Tn gra.
o a .Edwuu_ of auredoS he bae* t o
le d her., -. ag te Yt-y to .-"
Ii'.' h. ,,.,*. ip.ople i.bad Ve ,N sii te, e.* ''
dlferest edtomfs -1 64
.i''.5n .1 ..l l.4 hi sand now he lo *mda
S4.euldr or t 4 tr7 ot ate e t t. W to "
et4 $i9/* tal Iiv~er,/at 4bplage wi T~uIthe TsaskesqMGe
dinner d4 appe ot .in- a fewd tl ve Rek O4iA g
dtt ay P+roeed b s lals i
Ifapltleag .M. B. P -_ .- thnDQ>ets 1irnge s
eggsAt. KAR. theo ad=heI.
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Be" ta inu at,.,Beawlns, rtha

44.vbeox dembt rth,

Oxrpf hptwad.


tftpon t~alpeatm.u;

it wis -with .reseu thht .
wer" oiled upon t* lose $1. he4

Wright -who, beaxse of root
4b15 :r~v~i& condition,
jr wotk inthiq toc .to
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IMBER 8, 1911

Miss Rosa Hammond, after a
pleasut Thanksgiving' voction
spent with hot motbhy at Onello,
returned to her bechoofwork Mon-

lis Nettle Graham, teacher
of the Witblacochee school,
passed through Red Level on
Friday, enroute to Orystal,
The weather was so unfavor-
,ble last week that our attend-

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Suffered for Yeare From Chrenlo Ki6,
ney Trouble.
Walter J. Stanton, 119 Pear Ut -
Camden. N. J., says
"Kidney trouble '
bothered me for 11
years. It 1 atooped,.
sharp twinges shot
through my back and
It was hard for me to
arise. I wuas treated
by several doctors,
one a specialist, but
did not receive relief.
Finally I began using
Doan's Kidney Pills
and soon noticed Ink
/ provement I cow
tinued until the troui
ble entirely disap
"When Your Back
To Lame, Remember
the Name-DOAN'S."
60c. all stores. Foei
ter-Milburn 0o., Bulb
alo, N. T.
Adam Bede on Pittsburg.
Pittsburg patriots twisted thetr
faces awry at a Smoketown pun do,
llvered by former Congressmen Reds
of Minnesota.
Bede put it over In the climax of a
sparkling speech at a chamber of
commerce banquet.
After telling how dearly he loved
old Pittsburg and her fine old people.
her rich people and her toilers, he
"I like Pittaburg because if I evoe
get tired of the town I can wash it "'' a.IAay
Socially interested ii
Vor READA'rHUS-ickes OAPVDEIN the new devices exhi
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach of
Nero,,us Troubles, Capudine wtU relieve yoe
It's liquid -pleasant to take--eta Imamed
atel. Try It. 10o., 1ec., ad 50 seats at drMg
store .
No man will have any trouble about
understanding as much of th" Bible
as he is willing to live.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets lsts Outdoor Life 18 Luri
and Invigorate stomach, liver and bowela
Sugar-costed, tiny granules, e to tab lers on Prai8

The man who is envious et evfldo Daughfers of Two Mel
era will soon be one hIeoltM. Disabled, Prove Exp
turists-Perform A
of Manual Lab
Stop& Topeka, Kan.-Many
o en are turning to agricu
S II W life out,of doors. Witbi:
years a score or more a
-! en have chbocn the faru
ship ain stores aqd stein
tons. Some of them
Sloan's Liniment has a much of the work maj
soothing effect ao the women now that mode
nerves. It stops neural- has lightened the burden
gia and sciatica iInsi b. But the s rtet



Prejudice to a hard th
but where health Is M
opinion of tB = u49.i
differs fro-T voure,
comes your menaoe ad
lay It aside. This is
eat of people suferali
ooneUftlton, M # Mk-.-
In the opinion of lem
American people the
constipation Imaginable
by a brief use of Dr. -'
Pepsin. You may not !
before, but do not oal
that account, or beoause
blatantly advertised. It
uccessfully on word o
mendatfon. 'arents ar

stipated people owe it to .v W ,
use this grand bowel seas '. ".
Anyone wishing to make 4u t ol"iL hla
remedy before buying It in the regilan
way of a druggist at fifty esb eat ea
dollar a large bottle familyy s"I) e
have a sample bottle aeat to th heat
free of charge by simply aodreeald OI
W. B. Caldwell, 201 Wasp ton
Monticello, Ill. Your naTl Id
on a postal card will do.


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and the other prominent men who attended the mine congress at Pittsburgh were easpe
n the demonstration of developments In first aid to those Injured in mine disasters. Among
bited was the pulmotor. used to resuscitate those who are asphyxiated by noxious gases.


crops. The two high school girls
rolled up their sleeves and made full
FARM RSiJhands on the. farm.
The three of them plowed corn.
Smiled cows. delivered cream, bar-
boy. and doing a lot of the work her. vested wheat and oats, cut 30 acres of
self. this bright Kansas girl has put alfalfa three cuttings, put up a lot of
In *early 100 acres of wheat, and per- prairie hay, raised corn that made 50
sonally helped In the work of gather- bushels to the acre and performed
Ing the corn from a field of 80 acres every bit of the farm work unassast. 4 -
She proudly boasted that hers was ed. Not a man was seen on the Orlem
the first field of corn gathered In place all summer. When their father
Sumner tqwnshlp. was able to be out they pointed to
Probably the best record made by granaries full of corn and wheat, the
young women on Kansas farms this barns housing fat cattle and sleek
year Is that of the three daughters horses, and the bank account Intact
of Rennie Oriem, a Kingman counFy~They were proud of the fact that they Policeman-That ftoIlaw1
farmer One of them was teaching did not pay out a dollar to men to e. .
school near Zenda. and the other two acbeve this record. o le..W.to.
were attending Kingman high school. Generally the wome of Kansas who. olicemn-He's '
Whbm their tatsw wa takte W tbe thave tu -fro ita to tme aI .m ie H
lanwi rr aduir n lue trour t0ter-re-raw -ear n>. s- -. o -
schools and sailed la to run that concerned about marriage. They are t-t .n .
fainrm. The elder ulster. the school, women of mature year& and Judgment, A Hunting
ma'am, prepared the ground and to whom marriage relation does not An old backwoodina.J
planted several adrea of corn with her appeal unless it carries with it energy ham Lincoln oftan t 0 i4
own hads. beside' putting out other and the. ability to make a living. heavy, over | g
o-- r-e--- .b oreb sw

they say, rom the noede4 exercise One day he cane o- -jk
and the lifeIn athe iea air. R i T s.y cabin and selsing hits rie,
Hess's Proof Prominent among the y alu women as y carefully through a a
of Kansas who are makin a a sue at a great oak tree that g
nsI. Ul I. ,at farming are the MI"sRuby and "and .d ......
M.t- auls O Dr. Brunner of Berlin Declares Rat ed, New York. Chicago. New Orleans Wht ..
rievedmndeunr Nalsi. Theses The two ters own farm seven time Will Drive Us All Crazy- and San Francisco, the little minds "A wildcat, Ual
a sd a m miles west of Jtri Preferg a t Jars Nerve Centers, are crasy with ragtime. citedly, "an' I w d set .
Ualmmat i miles wat of J rPferrinatedlyaI U
Mr.An r.dew V. 11 11 00o ,ep y e r "Isomething be not done the 0j H a"hs Waded
-mbd, nobeorn-al-r tnal nd biltmodestcottae *u r la.me I-ngoli, CoL-'Thsa In lM o aI lets of th o o will be .ating of el
StSl ea.reldoPearsItmly lnd Tha iaetot music will eventually drive the Amer- the past entirely, and they will be then aa St.'..
ad turned their attention to, small f rn- nNow, hod Js
tIIng. poultry artelnt&d fruitrowigsmll team publle crazy because of Its *rffect sitting national hymns ton ragtime." good wlfe. Letl,
Thee lag. n poultry re a bsin and fruit growg. upon the nerve centers and b raiNa twtal bl s y Is
There are no Saturday balfholidays cells of the human system, and that It Good Eye Removed, Seese. laws- *danoyn It'
with the two herd sisters, for they Is ally responsible for say busti arlisle, Pa.-By removingW hle s. h aonseeer.a .aet
IINare not seea at the county seat or se failures and easep of hopeless live eye, Jacob Shields, who has been o r.l
the local trading place on that after- lniaaty, is the belief of Dr. Ludwig blind In the other for 17 years,has seen
Snoon talking politice Brunner, late Instructor in the Im- enable to see perfectly out of the A BRAIN WO RK
is the best remedy for m The two youn women were for- perial academy of medical research at one formerly defective. Must Have the Kin of
matism, backache, sate merly school teachers. Their Uttle Berlin. who arrived here recently. Recently Shields suffered a sudden Nouriths d ikW
m ad sprains, *home is comfortable, and it shows "Your ragtime air jars the nerve attack of total blindness from the V -
th every evidence of renement. ~mr- and causer anirritatie fthe stra imposed -an the sood eye by the "I am. literal.
At all dealers. Miss Tillie Rhel.schlmdt. e0ghteen brain cells," says the doctor. "While blind. He was removed to a Phladel. energy Is a great pa(
PreeeS.UOe.0and$1I.0 years old, has demonstrated this yes the roll ansd 'thump of ragtime Is ex- phis hospital, and there the physi. traoe and
that she knows how to run a farm. hilarating to the senses and acts as a clans determined that his good eye, tience with br
Her father It a well-kown citizen of stimulant, it has the after 9Pfects of which had been affcted, would have extravagant claims
Sumner township, Reno county, but an injurious drug that will eventually to be done away with. They discov. I cannot witheld
Adee wa In the summer hbe was disabled by a t tagnate--tha brain cells and wrek erod however, that the blind eye meat. of the debt
*B, serious sacfdItt and' flie burdil-arll th ~rivryIit6.eT. was made so I a ataract. That V, Not foed. -
.apon his daughter.. maslnage tbe _'" hare e-te In this country several moved the blind eye regaled Its "I discovered -
work. Bosslng a hirel map and a months and *everry re I have viriW sit. i 'ia. blaarl B
S'-- -. '. --%-W ---d-% -. -- ---- -,-' .--^- -- --wws.- .^ .--_- ^.-. calculated to ive li

Do Has Costly Gold Teeth "'"" """"" "%
Little "Mexy 141 aH d Tootheehe and discnovered that the dot was steering -EAIt
His Owner Gave Him Randd from tootachle. Osculation Nettled Kanan Justice '"I t foods a' _s
e st of n f A o t As t omaUon 41eolos, the proe Who Was Performing Ceremony found thaemmea llI
i i-.. e of two abated lsors and -Brlde Was 40 Years Old. me"t. leagIlou
: several other teeth hat neiided attend Ka.R as City, Ka.*-William W at tfoot 11d
l ,am1.- l,,o t e flate ra W ou t- sha maen willl be abo.the.Satis ao.,a"
A P ITN'o "playasti o l his 'aThe ll- i b at of the baspe. hoir oorthp facme 4s the kissiag A thasi
having no har. he Vila ops leS w tu ,ra ned. t operating em. brldrloom.- While h sad Ms1e& nie L ap6Ntt
e...h a- ,) ...a.....ly bS t...i.. ne th- heaad t.- b'1 ot. of OttSwa K5e..w* ar 'wtrim
SA'ri R Mou th full, of0"teeth t ^ -t tnl by f ase Welts .my husj ib dSad
"_, ...-,-.. l.i.r.M ,.. to,,SB -. tihe 0e odeV tks b0a"b -raesTf rheno
.. Dl withe n vyIThe seiof rdge Iirbt blO' t ....flvT Afteri.g evrwy o laB
IIp.A_ 00 *oul "6 ItIt -.theW". Dr.s.a.e ,a SiIit1

_am. -t-- It b anthis teh so 4n-S "..t. ,e..,s# f"M, sedg d t
.S.jnothig Ibntellgible to-tho average tth the cp.,-g -e Wel.h te-l4d the h rd =rape1
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-Or theKfwaao*o
..77t~ wuma

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ly elsk"'l the

e' lwtuot- ithro- i i
t- MMibeoL red
e U rooP -M be covered
EaggaB 1 aeer4d
.fl0aNt to maue It a
it poetbhl Sb-igles are not
ib ti PLbetolig fa this kind. as
ia pt to1 b.damp moot of
l front house is
dMrn ost ~e~oily nculat.od
.jjia^ +ot:.a, ,w ii-,

do own Iapd. '
..itteim4S. ir' 1 *WuI4% r -old.

Cordwli.4 It "so" e6 fh huJ00%
40t away. 'It *a Intordstekmd. owm
tin"us "Ie.-&,-- ---.
The to itrest mst nt heied

tat i0t. at elOme

scibed 80 .017VS ~

myf DOesld h m "goo hoar" am
bea0" y bum ug and ol.-mada'

con 4,pnothing -bat Pod. hItsastlont
,18 VOW40 + Wi0t otAVW bd
.4r-- Wma ;seu4isou
ot "atheeTry it. today.

Woi, Ilvet Nethinu.l
04. .who baa been a
fla tor 40 years, and

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Mws Antique"- have so much oa
my7 mnd; I wish I knew what to do
for relief.
Mlss Cu.tlete-Why not Meveo
our switch? .
m Ant to M"theo e
.xailne oarerny every bottle of
CABTORIA, a sate and sure remedy for
Infant ad children, and see that It

hi Use PrV Over
Children Cry for Fletoher's Cutoria
Revised Verhlon. ,
Representative Henry of Texas, In
an eloquent and witty attack on In.
ternational marriages, said the other
day In Waco:
"The Honorable nMaud Laclands,
the little daughter of the Earl of Laeo
.lands and a Chicago pork quenL
once asked her mother:
* "Mamma, how long does a homey.
moon last?"
"Lady Laclands with a bitter smle
made answer:
"'The honeymoon y be saId to
last, my dear, until yr Itrlabsd 0.
glai to peter you for money.'"

An Untimely Death
.An asth ressakieM t-baeBwg
aegleet ef slight oough or cold. :t
'tylor's Cheiroke Reaedy of Iwsot
Cum a d MulleO a is take- L, time It
will vent ay evil realt. It eureM
cohl& 4 sa o auptilos, Whoopilag.
At dr .ista., ,SO. fto. and SLOO a

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-.,'"?Hr. 3fl 1 a bev-ll r lio h the p.

yAaIDZtgto Albaay or-.
14 ,h gripoeed New

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o oilow," tarrled In
)lpe od.Y4t1009ltt veini ctres
"The bif v'r 3s, Qobma Goled
iB e*aitabilo.the oyui nilte in a 30-
t0ar hoteljt,(ek146lOted tone one
.dw, and't&ie ho m) manager was point-
ngr out the nulte's manifold eonveni-
once. "
You tbucb a button,' s said, *ad
this onyx bath- hi. automitialy. You
touch a butt, and the temperature
of each room rlee or ftals. You touch
a button, and a motoraro' te at the
door. You touch a button-'
"But Mrs. Qobs GGoldt, nodding
mischievously toward her aged uie-
band,, said:
"'Oh, I have no use for your slly
little button. I only eead to touch
my husband, sad diamond neklaces,
yachts, ropei ,f pearls-anything I

The 411t of it.
Two and two mask four. This to a
Two and t Oake three. Thi; I
Two and twb asMi oe hiadbed sad
Tftyi-T21 I-a s-b gl aanoei l.ptn.
cott't Mapase...


Cured in One Day
Aa a rule a few does of Munyon' M
Remedy wll break up any cold and pro
Tvnt pneumonia. It reeves the heud,
throat and lunp almost instantly. Prie
26 cents at any dn lt's, or sent postpaid.
If you need Medical advice write to
unyon's Docto. They will carefully
- your am and ive you advaicesb
l. absolutely free.
Addrm Profesor Munon, Md
Jffmeson rtms, Philadelphia. N.

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F R~ouater of

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Re bmwasiftw
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UBVrI ws, nusur o*ua sweb
IIm e a abost breath In o few days a

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Entered at the Postoffice, Orystal River.
rlorlds. as second elas mail matter. March
T. IM,.
Transient advertisements 15 sent$ per
nch each Instertion; by the month. 10 cents
per Inch earich linsertlon. Special rates will
be given ad vrtliers wishlng to contract for
advertlsilng suoe by the year. LooCa no-
Secents per line each Insertion.

Many a man with no merit of
his own gets into office on the
demeritsof the other fellow.

The editor of the Tarpon
Springs Leader says it cost him
$51. to be honest, Honesty must
be a scarce commodity down
that way. Prices generally ad-
vance when there is a scarcity.
It might be well to secure it
in larger quantities, as that of.
ten helps in getting better prices

The White House eowthat has
captured all sorts of ribbons,
during her recent trip among the
fairs and other places of exhibit
has returned to Washington,
where she will doubtless, do her
best for the support of the ad-

We have just passed through
what they call a very cold spell
during which the mercury went
down to thirty degrees above
zero. It is past and the Florid-
ian sun is again causing people
to doff their coats and seek the

While improvements have
been made in almost all lines of
human activities, our courts of
justice remain the same. The
selectingiuroz is hundreda.of
years old and thousands of years
behind improvements made in
other things.
Rudyard Kepling is a writer
for men. His kindly adjectives
for women are not very number.
ous. In the Vampire he lams
women who tempt men to des.
truction, while in his later poem
"The Female of the Species,"
he heartily limns the woman re-
reformer, who sees it as her mis-
sion to reconstruct the social
falrin He says she is

wU s/a av *w g
"Wedded to cn
fault of gross
Her contention
leaven help I
Poor Rudyar
out of sight as

b*y Who
Whether the "t
and friv lUtie-
"thre r's"e-read
mastU--la the ed
It is neverthele
the boy or irl to
and qutek-witted
aes. I Brookil
man was Injured
everaL One of
the cenoe was a
The man was bl
boy removed em
off the strap. am
body placed up t
touralquet, topp
held the tourmqi
ambulaaee surse
materially to sa
Rooheter Demo

I Defeeev
S"There mat be
Ia the ele est
"What make 7
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Wadisi AMav.ray

In honor ot the Twenty-fourth
Anniversary of their marriage,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Barco invited
some of their many friends to
join with them in properly me-
morializing the important
On December 6, 1911 the fol-
lowing named persons gathered
iuttnt upon the object sugges-
ted ;
J. B. Cutler and wife, E. T.
Bowman and wife, Pastor J. A.
Logan and wife, Mrs. Paul
Boellert, Mrs. Hortense Jones,
R. J. Knight and F. N. Eldredge.
Mr. Barco has lived in Urystal
River forty-three years, ten or
twelve of which was spent in
the service of the county as its
treasurer. For over eighteen
years he has been an Elder in
the Presbyterian Church and is
still honorably filling that office.
He also has charge of the large
land interests of R. J. Knight,
comprising about 100,000
acres located in Levy, Citrus and
Hernando counties. Probably
no man has a larger fund of prac-
tical knowledge, concerning
Florida land, than Col. Barco.
From the party five bright,
happy lads who have come into
the home and hearts of Mr. and
Mrs. Barco, were absent, .as
they were in school.
Mrs. Barco is an ideal hostess
and is so recognized until her
home is a synonym for hospital-
ity. Her devotion toiler church
is only equaled by that which
she gives to her home and the
interests that cluster about and
within it.
It was a happy company that
gathered on this congratulatory
occasion and repartee and rem-
iniscence flew thick and fast.
It was stated that on the
morning of the 8th Mr. and Mrs.
Barco concluded to try and get
along together for another twen-

gested that that alone illustra-
ted the wonderful patience of
his wife, which remark seemed
to find ready sympathy among
those preseni.
To say that the dinner was
prepared under the direction of
Mrs. Barco is to give it a. certif-.
cate of excellence. From the
thirty pound turkey that graced
the generously laden board, to
the least of the entree it was all
that could be desired.
A memento in the shape of a
beautiful and expensive dish
was left by the guests.

onvictions-in de- li1ld Girl's Pouitry Yard.
er ties, Recently the writer had the pleas-
sare her children ar o meeting a young Scotch girl
him who denies." who though almost blind is active and
d Weeo"plisb4d to a very remarkable
d can now sink degree. One of her principal laterests
gracefully as ma is er oultry yar and there her al.
gracefly as may most unaided efforts have met with
truly wonderful uccess.
Her yearly balance sheet shows sub.
statital and increasing profits, while
the care of her birds proves a source
Knewe Hew, of much interest and prvdes a good
hro r"-fads, frils deal of healthy outdoor exercise. *he
have displaed the keeps areful and accurate saeounts, a
lag, rltUai and 'rith. Braille slate being toed for memoran-
ueatfuo a tthe e4ld, da. he uses a typewriter for conrre
s true tht toachiag ppondence.--Iathered Life.
P be more self-rellat
has eertala advast- .
ra the other dsay a W M
I amd hid an army e so u ,e domeatle .ervat whe
those who hurreto did not Intead to Use her pible-or
boy a roller sdte hb pepusIte-through say lack of
Mdla to death. The f with he employer.
I ot his tates took Cook (a the day of her arrival)-
A with a tIek om Plea8. m-u. 'm a bit fiero at timeS,
he youngster made a Wd when I'm f I'm apt to be a bit
ed th4 beedig uat reui-ooke; but you eadat let that
aetl npla us-tl the putyou Out Wlth a Uttl ~emt yu
af ariTei.At a na always bring m re w" Spit-
la" the ma's life.- TMts OIpeal a.
rat and Chronmleh
Why 8at$ a a ePgetl
"Dara's a the assrago move
e sa eume. ma .t
Shad waiyofteat4 "It's hW beli that mern eagt
rY bra e la thii s to vWteT sker
c*thin -, O,) I dent kaew tat' sh*W lern-
p t Wtta aed ar oinle ahout that. 3t
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A welcome awaits all at our
Sabbath services as follows:-
Sabbath School at 10, Christian
Endeavor at 8:80 and Pacaching
at 11ri-nd 7.
TheLadies' Missionary Society
meets at the Church next Tues-
day at 8 o'clock p. m. Please
take notice and came it possible.
The man who cannot wait well
cannot work well.
It is the surrounding and over.
coming of difficulties that makes
In every prayer that rends the
heart the Man of Sorrow has a
Use what talents you pos sess.
The woods would be very silent
if no birds sang but those who
sing the best.
As ytu grow ready for it,soine.
where or other you will find
what is needful for you in a book
or in a friend.
While Thanksgiv!ng has its
foundation on Plymouth Rock,
Christmas rests upon the Rock
of Ages.-Charies D.Warner.
When you come across a per.
son that neither flattery nor a-
buse will stimulate,let him alone
for he has gone to seed.
The unrest in China,Turkey,
Moroco,Russia,Spain and Portu-
gal are eloquent evidence that
these countries have not yet
found the peace which passeth
all understanding.

Sunday services 11 a. m.
7 p. m.
Sabbath School 10 a. m.
?rayer meeting Wed. 7 p. m

ing and evening.

City GIre and country Lad View the
rum Life Prom Different
"I have often wondered, Mr. Clover.
top, It the people living on these dear
old farms amid scenes of such peace.
ful &ad quiet rural beauty, have as
keen an appreciation of the wondrous
beauty of field and bill and meadow
and sky as we dwellers in the city
have when we catch our all too fleet.
ag sllmpsee of them when we face
hitherward for our brief midsummer
holiday," sald Miss Anabelle Gush-
ingto to Adoniram Clovertop when
he was taking her from the station
out to his farm.
Then she added
"O, I ah quite sure that you must
be sensible of all the charm aad beau-
ty of your quiet, happy, peaceful en-
irmiSnea Are you not, Mr. Clover-
"Wa-al, It's this-away," sa Mr.
Clovertop--"when a feller has pulled
out o' 1ed at threethutty the ntan-
a an' he as mil kd ane Meows la mu-
kester a' fy time an' the kew er
tes has boated ye with their talls far
a couple o' hours an' meb kicked ye
over a few times an' then ye have to
give a drove o' soraee hawp their
feed al' a hundred ole hbes ohasla'
ye all over the bnrayard elsckin' for
their breakfast a' a calf or two drags
ye all over the barnyard while ye air
tryla' to sit them away from their
motbus' an' the thermometer shoots
up to a hundred Ia the sade a' ye
ha1 to weeds or bug tate all
day or lit In hay or chse ten or a
dMes mlles after some keow eritter
thMt a got out o the pAtera, athea
ye have All that _kin*' to do over
it.H at nlght an ye finish up yor
w late uight the longest
&W the .WWhm., whe a that hap-
pu a'aIas ye aIa't la o seeadita
to tit aatymeatal ser "1 gs as'
aid aln' pesetful seen' as'
sah thse. That's two sdes ,to ery
pe10iaft aa I reek. s. asde *'
611 beaty b ese ala't toe same as
yesn w owlaw' asets' s-a eW
n' test aug zthg em to m
im to 'resi"-.s-,r e

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Lerd Cans, Fthing Take, Gi Nit
Rope, Mending and Hanging Twi s, Fi
and Cotton Webs, Crab-Nets, Rob ad n
Reegs, Hook and Artildcal Bait.
Sherwln.Williams Paits, W a s
Copper Paint, White Lead, Brass Pdh,
and Motor-Boat Hardware at

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]oetRoberson bought a fine
pip and we so w ud of it that
Sith e showed t to all hi
friday, Goin ta Dsielon a
1h nfi8 ndi o Maad &street
W took oit 096,pand les
all ON. uopp: i' bt.. -d
tte p it into ~. eat pocket
f(or fk.pulB. Aboye sole i
ta. .a)kuad us a pipe show. -
Bro. & ody d ibbs "fpfeadoI
two very iOt1eMRtPg Msernoa .t
lied lael, dring thull. -

SM,. V. 8. Banimers ali his
polpit hWer, ot S8anday.
Weoas Hifre atd Maf r uer
had fihts few days ap. Mary
won. WeoD& is ve*) hbiTy
weight whie Mari only, pulls
16 on the s"ale.

Mins Marrfe (app atndr Robert
-Fields, of Dinnellon, were mar-
ried. lut week. A'good tifte we
eojoye at the bride's home. MaW
ny friends eame from Dunnellont
by train, hacks, &ad auto. After
the wedding some of the part*,
called at the S7eymour boue a SU
were the gete Mr. and- Mrs* J.
Dixon who nadoe it very plea.
asnbor thim.

Jesaie 0. Matter i s letting tb
be a oraker4a* O sh l 0h'
shot somee mt e4 dI the
wim~ati^ Qhfy.- I~blt uttDog .

W.V. Kidsy is bul4411ga
nie tac k chtmuey this week

T. Jasos boarded the train.k
Bana4ar, onathe way somewhere.
W O...benoB drivingdow

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hre k la imall Qus nthitia Use
all le Asepated With tom '
IA emei Iss.
tilh. Is fa ao S stdM with
old, p@wItmelly tka Mave beM. T
irdilmry sore Is acaumulatin oat
ve I whiek hav bees erode ties
tm area sa gradually sea-
tte tla a eoealitby tar tesatlsue a
Mea ater. It is a rarem mtal
&I* the aeMumltatieo must be tNr a.
sI t eateg t of esatrr If a pay a g
f=Is to be developed.
S.Vaws Is of alOver gray oter
iwkk I an rl tearteiLhe Its dev
ila sinUla U to goodseet that
s 1 sluay- mpolated with
S ,ta saM Idutt ootead roetks plt
Iem will be found more comSmeoa
S .tdark. ootor4 rootk sad e pe
ty tose oMf a reesish shdti
4t found nly In small qusuels.
euset at two or three loaltles. West
m* Colombia sid aters Ruta have
Svl beds whihok afrd the pria-
supply of this metal. ewhbre
It Is found over conlderable areas,
but not suaeletly conoentrated to be
at tIportae. I may be looked for
.amce the formations adjacent to m-
glnos of old volcae nativity.
The distributiomUn piltpatlly Ina a
taed rooks, and semremfta seems to
hae; been the pldnolpel cause a-
tributina to Its collection In ore
bodies. The deposits found up to the
~pmat time have ueen of Irreular
nlaeralatte and not of great ox
tent, oosequntly all platinum do-
posits mout be ocldered with eau-
Of the rare mtals associatd wlia
piptianm. Irdium, omilum, paladlum
sad other, Uittle seed be sd tbease
a tb 'nrit. I foud thr y ill be
awMbclatedwith'platiaum d with be
k".- .by th grater hardanes.
wb4ht sr urtaame sad m er spelled
ravltyr-Moodys Ma ane.

MItwahke Meemant DviMe a Claver
she Ms,4 0 Mi o a Trebl*e
sow se hoollTs

aa orfItlocxal department

ir iWOt #Q M* Ufl. T wGmas h
m i .. psait, poc t
l w ta or oteo r aurtie that
ii.M. l wba, t b- U!

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mamaw teak a.
I Svebd'W15
hitat slash loft

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loom" Sm"I

it Pe~mal naquebt Ar o
Vmesstoy aham.
ft e Cts la*me- pomp and
etemoay. He ptays with plo &y
sad ber e tero Nt habit strAIe a
taratsialag attitude toward the heat
of the goveraumeat, whoer he
be, butsamWe ra es It so far as to
prevohe a reaolutem, as is doeN m
the aaster ePmbams.
"nHe Isa p et psteur.of the poe.
IN8 hero the em le opera. MsyW
yM having bee ewcm nd by his *e
my, but always sured." write
a womas erespodent e ialt
Celtura 2 The o Spa 0sh lMalgos
who warmed with the Centrnl Almer
un statesA did not comider the eoen
try arand ha Joe (m thod thea by
a bridle path over the mointalms)
Worth flIktln for.
Ofo they left the sativee It pom
daon and the oonsquene Is thMat tA
pen, or bMreootId astie, drtvi
his yoke or diminutive aes, is o-
body's saae. He owns is mule sad
east, his Uttle pato of lad and fam-
hoaue Th tax gatherer has so plam
the, therefore when you met him
resoamated as the dialplsd mr-
ehant he Is a most elf-respectiang l
"A dinner of ty covers, with
three kads of wine, was tendered a
foregel diplomat during our stay at
the Hotel ImperiaaL When they weor
all seated and the dinner well oa we
gained a colas of vantape wero we
were not seen, and I aver that a wo
a's suffrage luqhehoa n New York
city was a hilarious affair In oGe.
parloon to t. Yet nearly veny man
present had been educated ta urIpa
"At Christmas taime during the t
days of toe, they enter hearttly Into
the spirit of the caraival, md tbe
told themselves away for t est o
the yer."

Some of This EselaentaIaterlalIs teg
timatod to le Nearly Feer Theew
aend Yeams Old.
It wil surprised may toknow that
they have to their hoes material soa
imstetd to be 4i.W pts dld. U the
shingles or interior aIsh t red ar
or If you havea red cedal o est It Is
pomalble that the wood atedatem tho
utitory of ths omat"y tboumands
WA C NS" t ma n I st so t ad with
bIIAnS 0 M 4 r, bdar tae thia

red ea r forets at Port Angelesl
Wal. .e s tabtlshed a all there
mad betn shipplg the eadar to the
*statern aprhI t 1u t the sho s
am osear waur d rt lest. te,
b t the a olan ( Mr. O h t iA
the produat froe th lMo woest is,
aowltais favor saO thi deaerd o or
it is Increasing.
It is atOaK durnu s wsedsa at f
Se to a he mp measmntes that mlSth
a"t other tmw eu~e* Oseats wtil n"
etel. It sapd t or watoasmet, Ma
talswiptbamd, aMb ts o at a pad a- y
rsta te at iSn h to storm fer sad
ett Mr.Gte ittsu iaatm t
N o esadat i 1romb a traI he esta
Matoeso N bt e at 19 W11KsM f iag.
Tbr leso ldeas weea toed grfowin
front a tab a le4 w ahae.wa ev sa
0o1 alf la't to diameter. largeMt
tof he tSe taesi rowlag from the
mifan tm wa a ktoeaasd -taltfit i
41a1et0r. By eMtag tha ritase to
bo in tadl.e that 'the fale
f ifli f+to Bartlaeig It fee
lt ta aNxpert po s nd
'X at o=a te r toI hatory .
the weadetal trenp of Washastogtasd
ether etitj esa 'hr d theater
data upS. tht life of sae
uis. Ha sruoeus ab twi of
eu.azIwsa aatorIB shattib 5l4f.
Sto the mistf ages at.
OtW e =rubeesel ew warts
a' ~'~veme~wee\
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Hew P81 WlleaM Healkre INOs Yeare
Ae n Rved Law AdlM o*m-
51tina Suleid.
aleides often adept Ingealous
methods, but the art o the tfdo de se
means aot to have advMed material.
1y duteg the eatur"eI. The modern
ase at a heavily lasred broker who
Se a teigte he1ttag trip stood bar.
Ile In a q 'uaglma for hours sad
wilfery coetraste a fatal pseaumaea
is mashedI la devMerme by one 0O
yara old.
The follow het ares well vouched
1, aen tseed, we*e ever queil
dosed, eam the OGres m g. Sir WU.
am aakford, a "dese W the king's
beamh ia the ralgs of Mward InlI
eoaty IV, ensy V and Henry VI.
ad at the time of his death hieft
Justio of taglad, was a a m of
ablaMholy tempearamw .
He sums to have oateamplated
sulcde, the greater part of his long
lif and during his later ears the
Idea became a fted perpese. The
act was of peculiarly serious onae-
qusene Ia those day for the reason
that the law treated It as a eapitl
oriam The ofendar was burled at
the eross roads, with a stake driven
through his body, sat all hs goods
a"t property were forfeited to the
crown, to the utter ruin of his family.
Hankford made good use of his
wits and euocedede i t _ooplieblag
his purpose without toaurring either
unpleasant penalty. He gave open
astructiona to his gamekeper, who
had ben troubled with poahers In
the deer preserve, to challenge all
trespassers I the future aad to shoot
to kill if they would not stand and
give an account.
One dark sight ha purpose,
crossaeed the keeper's path, and upon
challenge made mlons of repistaaoe
sad escape. The taithul aervant.
tailing to renogil his matr, t-
lowed Instruetio to the letter, as
was expected of him, and Sir William
anll dead I his traek. The whole
truth of the af was common
knowledge but It was impossble to
establish a case of sakeide by legal
proof. The servant was proaeeted by
his lnstruetlons. Hasikford had he
orable burial ant his estate passed
to those whose lateeats as heirs he
ha so wiseldy onsdere.

uOWed od s, raot Mesn an nxm
Pke and He Predm to

ti WAbrok theMau IN the edui.and
hs wife stopmd at the atoss to
lnqqoe Aor Mos, who wa reported
to he*0 bees lm00'2 eomme aitms',
eoM be." They foM n ie Baftoe
ia thga PdeAS. w dgoom .
, "Te, he was awful bad adl last
whatoe," sh sa l, gradually ritas
Oad striIhta tg up. Iabt he had
gripo, i' that left his heat weak
ea' m ges toward Mare his l r ind
Sgot et whmek. Thens Me seat
oer ddtd, M' he alled it 'eomplida
tka d dseaboae'
"'YT 're a sla mi,'esn doeotr.
"% hoMw that,' say Me, e'thout
y'u WW tella met' You kaow his
way1 'Sut this mooplsomea. 'a you
salt It. I what stamps m Ig ueas
rd better get welr--an' he 4dl"
"SMthia' ta that. oh, equirnr aed
Mos d en sud ly appesing ftoam bo
Mand the house.
"MAhl" asserted the judge
"Didat sa my araieml to a
hook, sae as. ya would, uire,"
Mope mMNmlmt. "Oot It up on the
Uills ftm the old Colla's ban-
'mems lit"
"I iNdeld my I di!" said the
ledge 'et tog rsm-tolemly "Morf-
les, pOesfally sad opes a all
ede ."t
"t4 seitadia' for tnh tat
yee'aee it was so. ramakle it
4db'V W his way to fall. M

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PraMnt Rate of Increase Is Found to
Be Greater Than Ever ;

Life la not growing shorter, but Dr.
0. ILH. How. a Massachuetts physl-
Clan, And@ that the world's statistics
Iadi ate a steady lengthening for 850
years, with a present rate of Increase
greater than ever before. Records
for Geneva show aa average Increase
Ia the average ae of all deaths from
31.2 yers In tho sixteenth century to
29.7 years In the nineteenth. In Mu-
saehusetts life Is now lengthening
about fourteen years n a century, the
average length at the time being about
forty-fAe years; to Burope the In-
crease per century is about seventoea
yars, and It Prusa a, the land of
medical discovery an$%@ application,
about twenty-seven oars. In India,
which has neglected medical solence,
the life span has remained stationary
at only about twenty-fve years. The
longthening of Ufa In Massachusetts
has been promoted by the diminution
of Infant mortality, by the almost com-
plete disapperaace of small-pox and
by the lessenalng of the mortality from
scarlet fever and especially from diph-
theria to a small traction of what It
was a few years ago. Coatlnued study
of disease germs, of which the num-
ber has Increased. In twenty-five years
from only two to between twenty and
thirty now known, will further length-
en life. Modern conditions, however,
partially offset the beneficent work of
medicine, and Massachusetts statistics
show fle times as many deaths from
heart disease in 1895 as In 1850, with
Brtght's dese and other kidney dis-
orders and cancer more than doubled.

Large Proportion of American Work.
men Unable to Maintain fm.
lent standard of Living.

SA estimate was made some time
ago that a New York family consist-
tn ofa a man, wife and three children
under fourteen could maintain a nor.
mal standard of Uiving on an annual
come of $900. Then the question
aroee' as to the number of families
whose Income equaled that sum.
Bcott Neartin, the esanomlo writer
of the Univerlty of Penauylvanla,
studied the question for ma months
and In a book, "Wages in tha United
tates," which was published recent-
ly, he steas the conclusion that a

leuat standard of Urine. Three-
fourths of the adult ,m sad ninItS a-
twentleths of the adult women, 'e
say, actually earn le than $00 a
year, or to giveto his conclusion u nor*e
In detil, one-hamlf of the men are
earnin les than Bo0 a year, three.
fourths less than 4f00, nie-teaths
leoI than 100, while ls than ten
per oet..recelve more than that f-.
aus Of the women, me4fth earn
lees than $00 annually, u three.
ifths lss than aBS, while only em-
twetleth sin mere than 0.
To arrive at these fsures Doetor
earino tales up various tate wage
statistics. Maseachuaetts New Jer.
say, Kansu, Mellean, Now Hamp-
Aire. Rhode Island and Peansylvana
are co ldewod, while special wage
reports from Wisewouma ad imasto
arae ocluded.

An Oregon Woman' Consolonee. '
Oomfessingthat she had told a trate
ticket eagat her child was under fve
year of age, when a tfact she was
ovr alx year old, and under such pro*
toe sueedooed In seeringla free trade*
portatlc for he, a woman appeared
at a lsal Southera Pacio ticket of.
fle this morniM and tw4ee the
agest IL he ald the talddet oo.
surred about there years ago, a that
sh* had sIlaee beea troubled by her
"I do ut thh o d taht Amyot

The weomaant reused t ie M
'efted d e st.e.e,
salue, Souther Pas a re
declare that today deaaMla lfIft

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N OtekeI Ow, es tDn;vobowte, ould I ai
CRYSTAL itIVER, FLA. ft ee disappelaimant .' "10
whisk .'erw e d my ardent colul style. h916118l1d
when I a"pIleod r a berth as a form of Poishing tow
ACHIEVEMINTS IN IGNORANC. ast hadMe aIl to be informed I was other time?
Geenral Barry's report concerning LOUmate p)l ewt rd b ow as o the fully "Tareeisa
the deficient education of many can.J A mat ehrase*t*sI'dl owaw .a. o bverut l l"Tha *oo.d
didates examined or admission ito T a w t M*sa. e. I give you promptly heg sd I
f a s nIyMmy word, Mr.Cosast. rye been stik dispersed w.tit
West Point Military Academy is in.- C1tAr Wr-AeW Or JA l ''tImPe round this waterfront a whole ously, perhaps. bi
teresting from more than one point of YNOPIt. "'thla compare yourself. fprlht, vainly seeking nautical 4e properly from thi
view. These young men were not ta- r B at an early age-In fast, at an limenfot. 'La ,loigte for theI fr t view. Wi t telei
IeAtahalad from the mas of their Coast un t ime, for a few brrif hours, I was por. this most deleU
ken at award from the mah of their .a age asM you can comfoirtabll mitned to Btter myself that fortune are familiar; tbke
fellows., nor were they merely young v t ?m 4t imnge- found myself immediately tavorin me For as.ums your coasi
men of average ability. Bah of the iho e s I Ito'k th SpOrt of 811d1o001 fortune. That was fthve Poment of favoring mee. f a s&sum*e your wbcooa
had been selected and chosen as a t. t to r Melhisede One felt tha fugitive R ance and rollpped the chalice elusion Now he w le
nominee for a cadetship. Each of stood the st b we one's fueo som e oth m tone an olle is flavo" b Now." he wound
them bad presumably prepared for the -ai ot RfaDtoyompen at lea rd s eatd at rn au .kl
examination he know awaited him. ry = 8astook to bk fh or that infamous lgnominy. 8o Is, Apployard half closed his yOes and with a frankly
wexamination he knew awaited him. efrom m.thust o 0 belled any reasonable human should marked bi lips. bis expression one "what ropeFsd h
says the New York World. Yet many v em CoM i rte orud logically have looked forward to sure of beatfic bl t iss. brow
of them closed a degree of Ignor nse B as th dege eratiuon into the American pea. "You've a pretty taste In plea. lift of hila brows.
of them discslos.ed at ede Sentmleen-
ance concerning history and litera muerer and kills himself. e ant of the New England magazine. U ," Coast commented. I eto Applte d
ture that could hardly e urpassed bt l tol m story type san. s brain, owels, Appleyard waved the Interruption r. Appyet too
among illiterates. One of thae a o hase yacht and while sail sg"e a breadth, beauty. A born tconoclast, aide. "It came about largely through court..,"n yet t
prants for West Point stated that man wa w rom a distant however, as soon aa I wakened to re a whim of Chance." -he resumed. "as "'11 ladly s"et
Lee and Stonewall Jackson had fought CHAPTER V. alsatlon of my plight I mutiniled and all true adventure must. Quite by ac ads but
atePrindctonewand Trekntonhadnfotghte....... resolved to live down my shamuae cident I: fell In with one of the crew
at Princeton and Trenton, another to Thenceforward I t myelf to pains of that fshin" Bmack, he bultn well d t-"
that the battle of Waterloo wau fought Sunllght and shadow play in --Thenceforward I get myself to pains. Of that fishins @mack, he being wellI don't want yo
that the battle of Waterloo waell foung swift alternation upon his fe, the taknS muckraking in modern lie, under the influence of liuor;* In a Bu ,t-"
between "Nepollcf Mason and Dix"Welin. Echo ourteaed to the morning sekag the compeonatUng Romance way of speaking, he'd looked too long cho lacks a rew
ford." Of Mason and Dixon's line it br esseCoast awakened. without which life were but death In upon the wine when it was red-eye Eosolacksy clrw
was said It "divides Maryland from a moment almost thoughtess life." He paused and cocked an eye and half woodalcohol. Craftily sm. "Bunanimouslynt ai
Georgia" Among the the rise a at Coast "Not bad for a beginning. ulatig a like condition. I plied him fur. "ButIdon't sat
ant writers of the nineteenth century" dip of the boat, as drowlly coeusdou what?" ter and succeeded in learning e "And I-have no
were Included "Eller Wheeler Wilcox. of a faint thrill of excitement; most. "A little prolix," commented Coast name of his vessel and the fact that "And Iave no
Elbert Huggard. Jack London and ly comparable, perhaps, to the first dispassionately, falling in with hil u- she was expected to hail with the Appleyard lifted
Dorothy Dix." 'These young men roe waking sensations of a fourteen. mor." "But continue. You found your morningttide--together withnothered. "them fall with a
graduates of American schools. To y ea nd b oy n on a Fourth aJuly Romancer" tails that intrigued me. Then, leave. 'Infatuatd ma"
graduate of Ameran schools. To y- r-old boy o a fourth of July "What is scalled-als, yest I ing the sodden wretch to sleep of his rdl Coast wit
them have been open from their boy- morning. f found It. p a ile, a kom de guerre disgusting debauch. I caused myself "Why nfatulated
hood all the advantages of public 11. Then without w mrnin te m for rime. Lured by legend, to be conveyed' aboard Ihi luggpr--l "What do Iou
braries and an t incessant and well- o hronomter on the smartlytwo ou I have traversed much of the known mean schooner--end stowed away In ter?" the little
nigh countless stream of magazines blochmes--ehbps' time: four bells: "Little." Coast
and newspapers. They surely are not ton o'clock in the forenoon. ittle; "or oastn,
dull boys nor unambitious. Their 1g- Astonished, he sat up quickly, and "And yet you thing
norance, therefore, is as discreditable his still sleepy glae, passing through crFwl"
to their teachers as to themselves, the companlonway, encountered the *Bu, my dear a
The idea of reclaiming Russian amused regard of the sol-dissat Mel- to sailm- boat;: a.
swamp land 1is not new. Like many chisedee Appleyard. Promptly Coast c wat Pltot, ;h
other valuable ideas it sprang up In found himself in full possession of his Coast i lm cum
the fertile mind of Peter the Great, faculfiee. That Ii ob OdidNW 16 Ot r '- --": .. .7....... .. t
who built his capital Ina swamp, e. Instincts he nodded with a cordial *-*--. F .p the hrnt d.I eh
cause it was the only place he could mile, was signieauLn t other hedf I ay
fidafferingacsthol lthe co.lde Appleyard returned the salutation with those wIlbr
find affording access to the se. Peter with a quick bob of his small head. r- safely whither y
selected the Holmogort district in the "u.od.morning. herol" he sang out oft l ~mItebsu bi
province of Archangel for raising cheerfully. m p S-t's. oo Joiu
Dutch cattle because he noticed the He sat In the cockpit, huddled into / aa bak ha s
resemblance between the grass of the folds of a gray blanket, volumin.f t G
Holland and that of.the Holmogort ous for his slight figure, a thin but c ;
district. It sla now pointed out that wiry forearm bared to wield the cg-
at mall expene the va IsI1 it rett* he wa smoking with evryJ in, W II
-- th r'ieei b -otns.Oflr '--- r.......
turned Into lands covered with the d'yu feel after your adventure?" j
SHolmotori grass, and that after a few "Ucelethed but Into my right mind."
years a large portion of it w"i 0e St said Appleyard, with a twinkle of anx- "Wha t
for raising cereals and vegetable. A lety amending: "to the best of my l 7r Wt
i systematic reclamation movement Is knowledge and belief." He Indicated 0 a ri
now planned by the Russian depart airily the various articles constituting bol .
ment of agriculture. his painfully simple wardrobe. "Waitt. l
Ing for 'em to dry." ,
Appleyard hopped up, fingered his "l o,
Germany is fast becoming Amal'- everyday attire critically, and pro-
eanlsed. according to the reports of nounced it bone-dry; then, bundling
the British consul at Munich. who It'up, he returned to the eabin, seat
notes the symptoms in altered trade Ing himself on the oppotite haom .
method. the greater use of advertil to dress.
ing.by business houses and the growth "And the sensatons of a ro, r, k
of luxury and restlesness in private freshed by sound elumberm, are---"
Uit, says the New York World, But unger.d said Cot. He oved"
what will strike Americans them. forward and begith new tod experied lont
selves as the best evidence of Amerl- hol stove. "I can offer you eggs, cotf. e B 1
can tendencies in Germany is con. fee, bisoult-and nothing lse." be ...........
tained in the mounting cost of living added, producing raw materials from
in Germany and to the Imperial champ. a locker. "You aee, I hadn't expected *
cellor's suggestion that it must be a-. to entertain." Cl m
cepted as part of the new conditions. "Rotten inconsiderate of you." Ap- a w ise
pleyard grumbled. "Ill wire you a "Thank You," Said Apployard Gratefully. wy?
a% claiming that the warning next time it occurs to me to boMw tis
eoloaistn are claiming that the drop In unexpectedly." world, only to come to that conclu. his bunk, trusting to luck to avert of 5wrrt.O l
greatest underground river In the Divided between amusement and slon. I have penetrated the faitnaeses discovery until the morning, Ushap- late A (bi
world flows from the Rocky moun- perplexity, to the course of the meal of the Tennessee mountains, noelg pily with the ret of the rw, was
talks underneath New Mexio o and Coast reviewed a personality slngu- the Illicit still: which proved merely routed out intentinently by an uso ad.
Texas. emptying tself to the Gul of larly enriched by a variety of aug- sordl. Counterfeittin ,eeme4 to m nnrly brute with a bela in pi 9 (aat t
Mexico. This river is thought t6 be gestions constatently negative. The promise largely-and discovered itself m br h
in places several miles wide, and It It man's age was 1ndeterminable-some the most Ill-paid calling in the worlf. e vi t y tel wiehabetlanpi p, .
blered that it feeds rivers that flow where between thirty and forty-ive. Diplomatic intrigue unmasked proved *"*- ., -
rLoosely s malaised.he Maight bae "to be merely a poplar fal-hey soo.
urtlboon Anybody or nobody on & lark 4 14 lntbirlredeiqWd"ater of- tb Olinsme
belt of Texas ispoated to a .the.' s .ppers. ,BesSellers .. -t I refra
lifting of he water from thli river, -Appleyard looked up quickly..with a from wearying youjUtt a osalagut Those who dlike ertat : -
Softeg eigt hundred feet beleo sky,. lumomrou 6n sa, o. of theapleted mli p1 R no.e; awy try the following lthed of mak e
S. "WellU what d'yeuai*re of me?" a lat iaordinately J believe tin a cheap biromet .
A Chi ca man who was arrested "It's hard eeougbo to guess what me High nanace., a mit, ecapetd Take S grauq of pmtterulnema*
-.y., tr .u n made made at o eimlt." pJl' P 5 bt the leoent plpIe of pbor. 4 grams of pniited.latrat of of
ot kssing a girl made a plea$or .Mt eire Applo dall ploy Atgcerget me. potassieale l gre oe ,uerisd rn g
mercy by dkplainlpg that B he s prd chanurly, "T(< fo y wyut eee'l there AelM be W l ll- trate of almgoals. qaq e h (0 tllt e
badly oader the -- aene ot l-to__ i gstleW m Tp. wpnd to e ...., -- ,p m So t tth S ranr ot aa. P- amoni.ole ; uw la tit1 f4T
cats that he dMit know whether ., m. t wa e.g Id o .st..gr asg a-ttli ae P t .oni
was kissing a girl or a horse. Th thoigitfaury, ; fcllBe: rmtiang be. .ev* s geota et alt eveuatsaoe with h p1er ga ng
judg6, beiag .awiltng to cee. tw M hIs e lot.ese eato~w, ts ...e. ... ty t h,. a.i, q st.e. e......,19
toxicatlon as an excuse, fned th o really hot wha 'a rhe at .. .. pr I. t "O ku r on *tlW tha o Itq om ild col .c
fender SR and costs. Things are t ,4 d*elIIt what bid tPnitaIe>nt ddgib *th W the iUU "J tla I fit lled grakn Wto mott OtI^4
as they n eed tobe ..hm h? EP?^ aH used. his pea u- Utile brar crystalsfetrqiuag h thu : bUR 8pJ~lt
aa tey umed to *T .p a pture -pk reign. lHald. whl otherwt reua ear; $te Vr
T eo Fweail get (keep UpW, if high wi .nds at at -.. ...lb
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