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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: July 4, 1914
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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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: VID00066
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WAS THE SECOND ATTEMPT

Another of a Series of Tragedies Is
Added to the House of
Hapsburg.

Sarajevo.-Archduke Francis Ferdi-
nand, heir to the Austria-Hungarian
throne, and his morganatic wife, the
Duchess of Hohenberg, were assassi-
nated while driving through the
streets of Sarajevo, the Bosnian capi-
tal. A youthful Serrian student fired
the shots which added another to the
long list of tragedies that has dark-
ened the reign of Emperor Francis
Joseph. The archduke and his wife
were victims of the second attempt
In the same day against their lives.
First a bomb was thrown at the auto-
mobile in which they were driving
to the town hall. Forewarned, how-
ever, of a possible attempt against
his life, the archduke was watchful
and struck the missile aside with his
arm. It fell under an automobile fol-
lowing which carried members of the
archduke's suite, wounding Count Von
Boos-Waldeck and Colonel Merisso.
Fatal Shots Were Fired.
On their return from the town hall
the archduke and the duchess were.
driving to the hospital when Gavrrio
Prinsip darted at the car and fired
a volley at the occupants. His aim
was true and the archduke and his
'wife were mortally wounded. With
them at the time was the governor
of the city, who escaped Injury. The
bodl6s of the murdered companions
collapsed across him and protected
him from stray bullets. The over.
nor shouted to' the chauffeur to rush
to the palace. Physicians weren In
prompt attendance, but their services
were useless, as the archduke
and his wife were dead before the
palace was reached.
New Heir Is Democratio.
Less than ten years before, the em.
peror's only son, the Crown Prince Ru.
dolph, a man ot ability and promise,
met death Ia a mystery which to this


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tingodge at Meyetlng, not far
from Vienna. Beside his body lay that
of the Baroness Marie Vetsera.
Archduke Charles Francis, known
popularly as Karl, who beoomts heir
to the Austrian throne, owing to the
morganatic birth of Archduke Francis
Ferdinand's children, debarrJpg their
succeslson, differs from ill other
members of the Imperial family inas-
much as he .Is the first member of
the imperial house to have been edu-
cated in the public schools of Vienna,
where he mixed with pupils repre-
seoting every class of society. He
associated with working men and
tradespeople and joined them in their
games, getting into closer touch with
the aspirations and Ideals of the peo-
ple than any of the other Hapsburgs.
He is a first lieutenant in the Aus-
trian navy.
Emperor Is Told of Tragedy.
Ischl.-Emperor Francis Joseph
suffered a profound shock when In-
formed of the assassination of Arch-
duke Francis Ferdinand and his wife,
and retired immediately to his private
apartment after giving orders that ev-
erything should be In readiness for his
return to the palace of Schoenbrunn.
The Duke of Cumberland paid the
emperor a visit of condolence. The
three young children of the archduke
and duchess, who remained here with
the aged emperor when their parents
went to Bosnia were playing in the
gardens of the palace when the shock
of the news arrived. Nobody had the
heart to Inform them of their berease-
ment.


To Fight Bubonic Plague.
, New Orleans.-Following the death
of Charles Lundene, whose malady
was -diagnosed as bubonic plague, and
the discovery of a second case, Gov-
.- ernor Hall of Louisiana, Mayor Behr-
man of New Orleans, members of the
legislature and health authorities went
, into conference to determine upon the
methods to be' employed by the city
sad state la stamping out the disease.
Amerlean Salforo In Italy.
Naples, Italy.-The American bat-
tleahips Missouri and Idaho, with a
I', large number of mplshlpmea from
the naval Academy at Annapolis on
board, arrived hero.
Sil-iiman Returns to Port .
S" Meico City.-The Mexican govern.
~ma--eat gavepermisalon for Jobh B A1-W
m8e, U v etse* l At 8aW0lo to ?*-
s, rm to his posLet. ThisM wa B I-
,sp m- to a remMa dnt by the Jr.
dsiun minister at the lsutaem of the
Washiagtos state department.


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GEORGE T. MARYE


George T. Marys, wealthy. banker
and lawyer of San Franeloee, has been
appointed ambassador to Russia by
President Wilson. He was born In
Baltimore In 1864, and was educated in
England, Germany and Italy. For
some years Mr. Mary haas maintained
a home In Wpahington.


MEXICAN REBELS TAKE CITY
VILLA AND HIS TROOPS TAKE
TAKE ZACATECAS-HEAVY
LOSSES ON BOTH SIDES.
Constitutionalist Army H added South.
ward-Washington Ajvised of
Fall of Zacatecas.

El Paso, Texas.-Zacatdcas, an im.
portant city of central Mexico, fell into
the hands of the Constltutionalists at
sundown Wednesday, according to an'
nouncement by General Villa's offi.-
cials here. Two of Villa's generals
were wounded.
The Constitutionalists were heavy
losers, according to an official dis-
patch. No mention is made of the
federal killed, but it was said many
prisoners were captured with much
arms and ammunition.
It was believed Villa's lack of ef-
fective artillery ammunition had made
It necessary to rua the federal posi-
tions with infantry, taking the city
by a sudden attack which, according
to official reports, resulted in the cap-
ture of a large portion of the garri-
Ton and its munitions.
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SZacatecas by General Villa's troops
after a bloody battle came to the state
department in dispatches from Con-.
suals Carothers and Edwards, quoting
Constitutionalist authorities at.uares.
Few details were given.

SIGN SECOND PROTOCOL
Mediators Put Peace Up to the War-
ring Factions.
Niagara ralls, Ont.-Terms for com-
posing all International differences be-
tween the United States and Mexico
have been concluded. The conditions
under which diplomatic relations will
be resumed were embodied in a proto-
col signed by the ambassador from
Brazil, the ministers of Chile and Ar-
gentina and the American and Huerta
delegates.

Friends Remember Cleveland.
New York.-A committee of thee


Grover Cleveland association, of which
George F. Parker is chairman, has
forwarded a wreath to Princeton cem.
etery to be placed on the grave of the
late president Wednesday, the anni-
versary of his death. A wreath has
been sent annually. The committee to
composed of all the living members
of Cleveland's cabinet-Mayor Mitchb
el, Judge Alton B. Parker, George B.
Cortelyou and many others.
PrOgress Is Rather Slow.
Washington.-After ten days' conAsd-
eration of the Clayton anti-trust bill.
passed by the house, the senate judi.
ciary committee apparently was no
nearer a conclusion .as to what It shall
report to the senate than it was the
day it took Its first look at the meas-
ure. .
Admiral Fleteher at Key West.
Gey West, Fla.-4te U, S. Dol-.
phine, Lieutenant .Commanler Ralph
Earl in command, with Admiral Fletch-
or and his staff on. bard, arrived In
the harbor Wednesday from Vera Cras.
-bound to New York.
Sniping at U. L Soldlers.
Washington.-Persistent reports 'of
sniping by Mexican federal on' the
American outposts at Vera Crus and
rumors of Constitutionalist further ad.
vances toward Mexico City, served to
stir interest in the Mexican situation.
Million for U. S. Indipne.
Washingtol.-TThe senate passedt*.e
Indian .apprnelation biln arryIng
about I1NAWNO. Th .eaM ry. eltil,
eneral desoeacy and rivrs aed he
brs appiogr'ettoo bills are the oNe
supply mepures left lor senate action.


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VILLA DISPUTE REOPENED

Rebel Officer Is Censured for Deny.
ing His Recent Activity Against
Carransa Appointees.

Washington.-Representatives of the
Mexican Constitutionalist In Wash-
Ington expressed confident hopes that
General Carransa would accept the in-
vitation of the South American media-
tors to participate In informal con-
ferences to compose the Internal af-
fairs of Mexico.
Whether General Carransa would
accept the invitation, however, still
remained an open question, despite the
fact that some of hbi agents here had
telegraphed him at Monterey for a
definite answer.
Carranza-Vllia Dispute.
El Paso, Texas.-Discussion of the
Carransa-Villa estrangement was re-
opened by Roberto Presquelra, confi-
dential agent for the Constitutionalists
here. He gave out the text of a tele-
gram in a series of communications
with General Villa, in which he criti-
cised the northern military zone com-
mander for denying the arrests by his
troops of national' Constitutionallsts
officials at Juares and the confiscation
of national treasury funds there.
RELIEF FOR STRICKEN SALEM
Factory Workers Suffer Worst-Fire
Wrought ,Heavy Loeees.
Salem, Mass.-Rellef for the thou-
sands of sufferers from the great fire
which wiped out a large section of
this city Thursday, poured In in un-
stinted measure.
While the ruins of half of the city
were still smouldering, actual want
had been met and steps takes for
maPtgemapt of the situation:
The greatest loss has fallen upon
the 10,000 factory employees, who have
lost not only their homes, but their
employment The loss to th mill com.
panies, commercial houses, city Insti-
tutions and church, protected, to a
large 'xtent by insurance, is estimated
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was restricted to three persons.
OPPOSE CHILD LABOR'

American Medical Association Goes
on Record.
Atlantio City, N. J.-In line with the
general movement for the uplift of
humanity which has been crystalaing
among the 41,000 members of the
American Medical Association during
the past few years and which assumed
definite form during the medical con-
gress In session here, the house of
delegates, In which is centered the
administrative functions of the body,
went on record as opposed to the evils
of child labor. Resolutions deploring
the conditions under which many
thousands of children labor were sub-
mitted by Dr. Henry B. Favill of Chi-
cago, chairman of the council on
health, and public instruction, and
they were unanimously adopted.
Sulzer Democrats Reorganize.
Rochester, N. Y.-Sulzer'Democrats,
representing sixteen counties of west-
ern New York, met here to organise
an "anti-Tammany Democratic League
of New York state," to take the-first
steps in naming a provisional state
committee and to consider the selec-
tion of an entire state ticket for the
Democratic primaries.
Lorimer Bank Was Shaky.
Chicago.-The LaSalle Street Na-
tional bank, predecessor of the recent-
ly defunct LaBelle Street Trupt and
Savings bank, controlled by Williaml
Lorlmer and C. B. Monday, was shaky
three years ago, according to a report
made public by James H. Wilkerso,
United States district attorney.

Fraoae Birth Rate Dwlqa ,
Fsl.-la FMance L 2 -;*wr hba-
bies ware born tn 1918 than Ip 1 1,
according to official figures Jat Aad
public. This is the lowest birth rate
ever recorded is the country ek0ept
in 1911. .
President Sea Beem.
Washington. Presddent Wilson'
emphatic delaratin of the admiale.
traon'sg inteatioe to g0 saigtt
ahead with its anl-tr 9t p6o" ad
place thaseas areWaon.tthe s t,"
beaks .o the coegtry wit the agsdle.
ti 'of apialle e ty to ta.
.ttted wies ti
1a eooepegonal etreb e*pegtpMf
=re a-pft Atersas wer ewd w td
iedgr Ita wt d os st l -g-ral
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W. J. Sidle, the ilxteen-year-ld o"a
of a Harvard professor, has Just re-
eisolved his degree from Harvard. He
has been educated under a speolal
system devised by his father, and seev
oral years ago astonished mathem.a-
tiolans by delivering a learned lecture
on the fourth dimension.


TORNADO IN SOUTH DAKOTA

DEATH AND DESTRUCTION IN THE
WAKE OF STORM AND COM.
MUNICATION CUT OFF.

,it sla Feared That Complete Reports
Will Increase Los of Life and
Property.

Sioux rallb, S. D.-Nine persons
were kllled and forty Injured, some fa-
tally, and 100 buildings destroyed by
a tornado that swept through Water-
town, B. D., according to intormatioa
received here by-telephone. '
The twister destroyed all eolmuunl-
cation by telegraph and telephone vt,
the.4ty direc t ad Infoflat1uto t


te telegraph eompalaes hire At a
late hour both cempanes reported the
were unable to get wire coheetionsu
from Mieago to St. Paul and M1afe-
apeua.


`CLAIMS FOR MILLIONS
Filed Against Railroads Following the
Supreme Court Decision.
Washington. Seventeen railway
companies, which constitute transcon-
tinental freight routes, are liable, un-
der the decision of the United States
Supreme court, in the so-called inter-
mountain cdes, for millions in repa-
ration of shipments made since the in-
stitution of the cases. The precise
amount involved In claims already
filed with the interstate commerce
commission approximates 112,000,000.
One batch aggregates more than $2,-
000,000. Scores of cases, involving
amounts ranging from a few hundred
dollars to hundreds of thousands, have
.been filed by Individual shippers and
by commercial and shippers' organiza-
tions acting for their members.
JUDGE SPEER CENSURED

Sub-Committee Falls to Impeach Geor.
gla Federal Jurist.
Washington.-Judge Emory Speer of
the southern district of Georgia ls not
to be Impeached by the house of rep-
resentatives. This is made practically
certain by the report of the subcom-
mittee of the house Judiciary commit.
tee which has been Investgatting hi
conduct.
Though lieY fail to-recopmend um-
peaebment proeedaois, the ma Joity
of the tubcommittee, headed by Rep-
r entalve dwiI Y. Webb, of North
WOW,4s betafrmaNS of the Judiciary
eom6fndicate at h the leson
ot thals 0aolstlo nla p ear that evi.
4fae-smadpt be obtained at this date
to sustalntsb aharges tfo the court
of the Ute states easte.
Tradeemea Trn Farmi Hands,
Heale, Kan--The mae of Hole west
tth. wheat felds when ok delegation
e tahnrers ame ltco town liNeaaSt
that harvest hands imported tn the
ea-t, quit because,of c t heat.
esela nf Pewer- Tlweat 'Hait.,
WashinsteB.'ews has reached
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Author C1lime the Bill Will 'sy
Southern Ott"o. Growers Ni .
llons of Dollars.

Waahlnten.-The house at
the Lever bill for re ulatin 6 -* ..- ,
ton exchanges through plbilt4i Z I
es for the senate measure .--
regulation by memas of proh ,
use of the malls and th teofll
for socall d gambUa t-ag aetlOSS. .
The house put the bmil through 4 ;.
der suspea son of the raje y '
of 84 to 21, and sent It bmek too .
senate. If the senate to W", w ,'
to the submstit the differo Wila ..- ",1 1,
be taken up In coferenoe. leMor '. ;. KAo
Smith. author of ithe senateibk U or w '
campaigning la South Carol. am '
consideration of the substitute may b
delayed until his return, though 8a-6 011 p r
tor Smith of Georgia or some othM
Southern senator may call it up I th
meantime.
Both the senate and house mdeu-
aim to regulate alleged 'evil prsotM s .,
on the cotton exchanges 'hlleh the o.. ,
ton producers contend keep 4.a aj'
price of cotton. The senate bill thteOh
the postotfice department and the I .
terstate commerce oomnion' ,j- "
risdiction over the telegraph wodM .'I...
prohibit the transmission tl Me ... .
and lists of sale of otoa hat ,..ttl;tC
not comply with the retl tiin at ,
to standardatlb preerlbed u
bill. Both bills would regulate, 0a -
they would not prohibit, aastmB's.'
In futures.
MEDIATIOlN MS OPL

Pafte Ceaferonee May 9 U p IW
Fermoliy Adjet ri
Niagers Fide, Eit.-Medbatln to is
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eaem has aretnh aame othet o ita 'l
connected with the proceds -s to


whether anything ofat vele etulty '
has been aelomallshed., .,

OLD BILL S. WIP ED "

Was Last of Legileatlme e f OMs
' Qenfederate Army Olilar '
Washlngtoa.--Uadr the i
of a spirited speech fri
tlv6 George 8. Graham (Rep.) "i
sylvania, the house of re
passed a bill to wipe oil the.
statute books the last of th
measures against the me l
in the Confederate army.
The- bill, which was passed
mously, specifically rope.ds
3480 of the revised statute'
makes It unlawful for any o"h t l
the United States goVernment .
any account Of oldim
to April 18, 1861, In favor
person who promoted, enoo "4
in any manner sustained
billion.

RIrTISH ADVISED TO PL.

Conditions Reported Critltee Iq
loo-Federal Treps I
Maucoo City.- r t
British minister, advised aIl.
subjeotq tempgruriy, to. -1V0
Ice. He said the shortage l
in th operate t of t wa
ing more o acut Atly, a ,.
trains probabIte oom .
ning, which would m Wskeo
departure of- perSMM n ha
Sir Lionel sald he blley.e
his duty tq urge pal British
leave the L0 M'le. ily
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ARTICOLE, S PURNIitUR GIVE
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iy No Mean Costly, and Any One
With Taste WIll o Able to Select
S.... -_-- .Just What Is Required for
i m M- J Bthe Apartment.
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While rooms are d in htftlly at
S.MMO I al --, s a 4 tlate the raMg Uas d the ttrative fralnshed throughout In
Sw. UI 41n md w iMteda dilate te .u* ldr, It Mill mao t ru that meo
~. % ,.ag 1au wt oeW. ,. or two pieced of Wioker furniture add
Te oudo respoeaded th lditL distlnation to almost any room.

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'om kin mhe it out W.'. **added fotr et: sometimes for con-
a' et Tea mst t Aeg tv k sa awoh e bht to ratep l e cof the older
to, tthe. T1 form quese pou. po h wooden furniture ha given out and
,,,fded t6 hI" bAd whe thwas somem wick*hes been added at a
s... omdedd be reahad lo the par lo r cost tha i t would have obe
whi ch .,d"ghed he had ied psl to duplicate the older places
m"Nmtod yet," dld the udrk gafy.h for;, or, gdis, perhaps It has been
%aa ye.- You mut to the sth an Im possible to m I in color or kind

,a. "dhat k s' of oth Isi datr problems, write Ethel Sea Dvis ton
nos m smo emth thA. at It IOc t IIe lathe tIrath the Pfdel is North Amrlean.
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4 y. And ath 4tolde door of the courthouse the voice of his future bride is mocha brown, and there are two
ae4l r she drggdhim toward the ooe. And th were her prtlel attractive gree-foret
uM6 etto t ar gla s do*elma an: wiL"aJsof "1.n sabouttil
S.g trt M. t, you l phe rea e n. A wlaeot yaou"d e 'a oatiryat'*d
M as.. A it ou dent k dat oath right I'll bus' you wh I e Out ide ve dollars, oA cover g of theo up
hdrlg d.1v'A holstered seaut cushion belng extra.


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I X otet intereutfg suabtect of thought, in that it touches the meaory-wire
Ag loteoo ts with our own alikemotrs way hack la the last centary, Whea
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KERCHIEF ALL IN COLORSS


Modest WW P No LMear I PsMhion,
lven forW- With tie After.
ee" cetume.
New beadherohlets are a riot ol
solor. White kerohitse an certainly
not on display. The tashlmable hand-
kerchiefs to be worn with tailored
suits are n solid colors, or the same
thing with a uarter-.inh hematltched
hem In white. The colon nm ial the
way from a dainty shell. pink, Paleot
blue and most delicate laveovder to
navy blue, dark brown and crimson.
For afternoon wear the colors are
not quite so pronounced. There will
be the meret threads of color bordw-
ina the white handkerhitef or the inl-
tal will be worked In a coolor.
Again, the background of a white
embroidered letter will be t, a color
woven In with the white, hat there Is
sure to be a touch of oblor sOIetWB.
While most of the huandkerchiefs are
fished with a narrow hemdUitbhed
hem, even for formal wear, 4thre are
other showing the dainty scallop In-
elosing a bit of marnra embroidery.
also the Initial, all carried out In a
pretty color.
It would seem the polka dot never
goes out of fuhilon, for one of the new
designs shows in the center of the
handkerchief In a solid blue, while the
wide border tois dotted with white.
Stripes. cubes and odd colorings may
be found by those seeking after the
freakish. v
Borderings in plaid are new and
are nt at all as loud as one might
think.
The white centers with wide border
of the plaid finished with a very nar-
row hem of lawn In the predomlnating
color of the plaid are very smart In-
deed.
Thoee with solid, dark color centers
are alee, too, but they suggest the
handkerchief less than do those with
the white center.

NOVEL FANCIES IN FOOTWEAR
Oheeg, With Their Trimmlnln. Have
BSe e O.Met Important Part
of ti oetume."

The anashaped plat and the testte
-are the prominent triamingse the
house and INel" e0qhoe now, and the
Vpla" to wa"r t. at ot e = d4e of
th sbe f O hi the e

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br itchia, burning, raw o
scaly bl humos, Just put
little of that "oo0f1t, *%a"
Rtlool OlBamuBeBo tie s w a
the suferl g stops right threl
Healinbell e thatvery mi te
sad la ilst eve a ydebok
get wl o iky ywfe
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P iyor Loe Adse
lab y a~ldigwedesta aad he Ua.d dT4
aw tw me d rawl nto thI ma u -
o r his trat while it wae stopplan a
Sdts, aC. Uhels a tr movyina aS.
asula ma aad beian opmp amtherober. Thy
&%6 I 4rsbut. "' unerring alm brought oneone the tiles to thq
J i had kmlW'hlm. Tho other fellow ra.
"Os wa' a ir day's rk for a trls bhan4 ad Jim beag to ;et
tl ow it, aIt applied to theo p st o deoar t furo tht aou.
ilrs Mne ward whlt o undmrstoq to be stadintl for Sat sucht eus
S oa dertet opeot hlas letter yaed, robber setampe It,
at m trqB eral mamil alist of r-tape aad rea hed n it to
l t0b: '
Isfa to y -t0r NseaiWoe t recmt date we be to adire
S* w ela ms offered onal In the oase of mall trna raob-
e eduimeaded. He he ad nithe arrested or oo v eted hi robber,.
ime ,se a, ma robMa-, thme mals he aads to throw a



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wa n g re- ad 'thn.
work, a win on.. ,aqtd
peagft% wd*we dame
*dlM 4-> t a tt a etsr k sep w,
lwtveuC obl..l.. hks* is b k,
othq i.th a ide podet for SMSp
lns. .ea r taheota o colr ton fn
room, we wl ped en tha widon
hangings. Whics gre dlIl-osee upapl
swrer's alk; the Petwe, mwhis
bhoeld b-ftameid ib and the
lowers, which shoul ba ed ia pro
One of ao prettiest gets i a win.
ho- bSeab-a mowt attratlve ploee
ofthe booktat d a ity little book
trough. What wil we net adapt
Time was whoa troughs wre aued
9oly h( holdlag water or eed for
alati andl here we have e I
otlyet Snday*taeeiin5 rooms.
wlth books ti 'em In allit say
bo. the seat alght be pted at 115
aef the beok trough at eight Oials

PPh Moftoede"eam"
!n! tt- ehaptans end toas


ly eleiw m ee sease loead

so rt tor tab ootwewar tat
it. is In hilgh ftvWr*and the drt
odsde tes to polar. the* roeette
bad ornenaMa tmaing up for the pau.
city t corlg a. the instep.

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Our aaieollis .
The wonderfhlatefligenUe of the
human belng is such thatatatter thou
saed b of years of assemblins teothar
on 0ecalmon, they are still unable to.
gather in large eoeeour withl t .
trampling or collldlng with other 4 -
fatally.
INo. IX.SIXTY-IX ;
This toa -preelptls prepared- -
peelly tor Malarwia e ille
ever. iwe or ai doee will
ay ame. aWd If tabia te n a Ia I
the foer w Al not es. 1Us^ ^

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Irlsh Good Buslness Men.
-Agricultural co-operation is organ-
lied in Ireland, through the efforts of
Irishmen, in a way which brings ex-
perts from other countries to examine
and Imitate. The farming in County
Kilidare and thereabouts suffers not
by comparison with any other district
In the United Kingdom. And, in mat-
ters concerning the horse, Irish main-
tain, and are extending, their old su-
premacy. They have an unerring eye
for bis qualities; they will pick up
a despised brute in an English sale-
ring and make thousands by selling
the progeny back to Englishmen. Let
us, in all our discussions of Irish af-
fairs, bear in mind the fact that the
Irishmen may be and often is, a
good man of business as well as an
amusing companion and a first class
soldier.


tUDDEN wealth
brings discontent
and ambition to
Daniel Sade. i. wife,
a nmpe home-loving wo-
m. who shared hu days
Spovity, ail to rIe to
tde new conMditions and he
daide to diorce her in
favor of.a beautiful young
wombam. Slade wins politi-
0al h60M. but logw-'
Beate find out for yomlf

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Successes


1 A. thfZnkle Mana 9


A story with a popular
appeal that has caused
widespread discussion.


FOR MARSHAL.
I am a candidate for Marshal
to be voted upon in the white
primary July 6th, for which I
-- cheerfully solicit your votes,
promising, if elected, that I will
endeavour to let my actions be
such in the discharge of the
duties involved upon me thaf
no fair-minded man may have a
cause to regret it.
Respectfully,
J. M. HODoES.
FOR MARSHAL.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for re-election to the
office of Marshal for the town of
Orystal River. Thanking my
friends for their past support I
respectfully solicit your votes.
T. 8. HARVaT.

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notice. Satisfac-.
uaranteed. Call
on or write me at
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the First Installmen t


Phoebe Is Cautious.
The other day In my walk I came
upon two phoebes' nests under over-
hanging rooks, both with half fledged
young in them, and In neither case
were the parent birds in evidence.
They did not give their secret away
by setting up the hue and cry that
nesting birds usually set up on such
occasions. I finally saw them, as si-
lent as shadows, perched near by, with
food in their beaks, which they finally
swallowed as my stay was prolonged.
And the nests, both on a level with
my eye, were apparently filled only
with a motionless mass of bluish
mold. As I gently touched them, In-
stead of four or five heads with open
mouths springing up, the young only
settled lower in the nest and disposed
themselves in a headless, shapeless
mass. The phoebe is evidently a very
cautious bird, though no birds are
more familiar about our porches and
outbuildins.-John Burroughs i! the
Atlantic Monthly.
r
Nektl
They were laspeeting the United"
States treasury. "Anything els I can
show you?' asked the guide. "I hear
you launder paper money now." ."Wei"
do." "Show me where you have the
wash hbm out."
Sauerkraut In France.
The ''rench government is neesur
@&Ig the manufacture of sNhoeL
and'one producer. was awraee da ol
medal recently for th *sxoeece ofa
his product.


Women and Ugly Men.
What chance has a homely man to
win a prize In the baffling game of
matrimony. A good one-in Berlin-
where Fraulein Derben has just or-
ganized "The League Against Beauty."
The members-all pretty girls, of
course-have pledged themselves to
marry only ugly men because of the
theory that handsome mates are un-
reliable. The moods of My Lady Fair
these days are oftener grave than gay,
but love will continue to be "blind."
The fat or baldheaded rival of Apollo
Belvedere at least is to have an even
break, a fair start and no favors, but
the same old winners will forge ahead
Just the same in this new race of
hearts.
Unconquerable Cat.
There Is Just one animal man has
never conquered, never can conquer.
Centuries ago every other beast be-
came the slave of man or else fled
far from human habitation. One and
one only refused to flee or to submit.
This only exception to a world of
servants and of scared enemies is the
domestic cat. When some animals be-
came man's slaves and others fled
from him, the cat did neither. It
simply took all the favors and ad-
vantages man had to offer,'and refused
to, do one lick of work in exchange.
Beat a deg and he will fawn on you.
Beat a cat and It will attack you and
then desert you. You can't conquer
the cat. Ybu can't make it work.
Had Him Cornered.
A newly elected officer in one of
the prominent New York publishing
houses is having the following story
told at his expense: Shortly after
the Anmnouoememt of his election .e
UIe belf .a dosen of hbs colleges at
IW. itwML noon a- tha a.d M,


048wg'14'0", 4V51%A -
clloi wias ordered,
sign heolks, too?" Iqulred one hI
number. "Oh, yes,' came the ready
answer. Whereupon six. luncheon
checks were thrust upon him with a
chorus of "Then sign thee.".- oe
signed them.
Iuempenslve Son-In-Law.
The old gentleman showed a good
deal of displeasure. "It seems to
me," be exclaimed testily, "rather pre-
sumptuous for'a youth in your posi-
tion to ask for my daughter's handI
Can you advance any good reason why
I should give my consent?"
"Certainly, sir!" promptly replied
the suitor.
"What?" pressed the old man.
"I am comparatively modest and
economical in my personal expendi-
ture," replied the suitor, "and I think,
sir, that, altogether, you will find me
less costly to maintain than almost
any other son-in-law you could select."
He Found Out.
Mr. Pinchpbnny had a habit o.f get-
ting professional services free when-
ever he needed them by working some
sort of a dodge or other. Not long
age he met his doctor on the street.
"Doctor Goodtfellow," Pe said, "I
know a man who is suffering agoales
from neuralgia. At times it sl so
bad he simply howls with the pain.
What-would you do Ina that case?"
"Well, I don't know," was the doe.
tor's proapt reply. "I suppose I should
howl withea too."
What Worried the ey. '
Douglas Malach, author and woods
man, tells this story' of his little son
Donald. The two were watching a
moving picture melodrama and the
hero had suffered severely in an e-z.
plosion. One of the workmen drop.
ped his, shovel sad lint a hant
to arry the Injured" man to a
placo of safety. Donald appeared
mueh troable His lather sd the
reaso. "Oh. .-pa, they -went away
and fo1* all about the shevevP
w will Uq Amoendatmt. -
A deteru4mefeo# t wi)ml mbe-m
empel a are. to e" Anthe woaaN
sunage amend6Met furl**the wee!k
o s q tidSB a saaht early is
- Dr. a .MShaw will belthe
jpotn*eal hse'e.t the 00sreatines

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GROCERY AND MA


We carrry Fancy and Family Groceries, ... ;
Fresh Meats, Green Groceries, Oaued o
Confectioneries, Oountry ktajcr"


MRS. LS BACK

Crystal River, FIo$


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General Merchandise

Dry Goods, Clothing, iroceriles, I
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Crystal River, Flod


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Ik qh-W Pho M O t y 114%
i f t W eght o les afe a t und to
S.heA nanla.d Ao t w h the M u"d
Wvil l .Y1 be revertnS to Its asnda
Sboad of union. ror th&e ia tie ev
h b not only, of oo ta.
IR 1ug eough-but of a Sltelia writer.
- who speaks of Ictia as a matet lo
go U, the theory bea that ItU s 4 the
e Isle of Wight, and that an overland-
Smt xs lsted Just before the begi-
A Snt of the Christian era, by which
the tie wa brought from Cornwall
At low water the arts wae able to
W1. gM the Solent to the ahoeaolanl
e salley ing at anchor la Rickater
Cove. One must not forgot thit in
the Sth century the Island of Jeey.
W. now departed trom the mealaat, by
to a Sfit of waters, w-lnkod toP rnooe
m b P a pltak bride.-Lendoa Chroe&

.0 Ones Upon a Time.
In Oae upon a time there lived Sa
floarihed in a small city a worthy
A la He was devoted o his native
e- piaoc; be loved It street& and stoneI,
- o strat e.odors, its .l., Ith high
* e, its different water spply, Its
w o l*bs and oafes and everything about
it. L Nothfin could Induce him to leave
It evea for the briefest pelrod. In
v"alva did tie railway oompanle spireda
their holiday arrangements before his
d eyes; be returned with the more satis-
ra faetiof to his favorite seat overlook-
.n- Inl the central square. And, then, one
oe day, the king of that country, who was
full of capricious impulses, issued a
be decree that no one In this little city
med should ever leave It again, under pain
he of fearful penalties. And unImedite.
A If our friend began to be consumed
a -wih a longing for travel.-Punch.

e Value of a Lawyer's Tq l. .
A- A-yung lawyer wa defendning a
i. old convict on the charge of burglary
In a state where the court rules alow
oeah afle one hour to addreesAthe
r utW. The; young lawyer, somewhat
aerene, eonaulted a veteran mesaes
, of the be' who.happood to be stndr
M t a g r. "Bow, uHea time .o oI
thlnk I sehoald take uWJ a&dr" s
Wta* Jury ar e 4ais l a" pomp
aM PunMr. "Tae thai7 hoNmr.'
w .e as M f ll he ta


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m '5sim, that girls of .Atkad6
wwo *e 01"s *saw.ed OKt


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repied by &pyh#gthat a 11W. woteb
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Sork told one which demon-
that a urs ean be altogether
A ehal in followTUg his pro.
Okion. I 8e time ago, so relates
the Gongromlan, two men met in a
New York a&d after the cordial
lutch beaaol, nquie after each oth.
er's it ly. "By the way," '.ald one
of the pair; "bow Is your aon making
out, the one who went to Texas?"
"He isn't making out very well," an-
swered the other, with a long-drawn
1igb. "As a matter of fact, they have
got him In al down there." "Got
him In Jll" ex1laled the flMat, In a
imrprised vofeo. "You dot really
mean It! What ta the world was the
trouble?" "It was this way.' explained
the second. "He studied law and got
too eloquent. He was retained by a,
hore thief to defend him, and made
uch a wonderful ple that the Judge
held him as an aeo~esory."-Philadel.

What lesoemes of India'sa old.
A royal o ommision has been ap-
pointed by Great Britain to discover
what India does with all the gold it
takes away from the rest of the world.
In the last tea years India has drawn
mere than $,5000,000 of gold, which
ls 'almost one-fourth of the world's
production In that time, from the west.
qra world, and the great part of it has
dlsappe0ed from the usual channels
of trade and fnane, To draw this
Immense amount from the commercial
world, and pay for It in goods, is, of
oourae, an economic drain on India.
et t dops not seem to enffer more
by the process than does the rest of
the world when, thinking it has sold
for general use, It discovers that the
part of its imagined supply which # ea
to India is loat as completely as If
burled.

Healess Light Ias oeught.
SBy the way, the humble glow worm
to to be InvestIgated by French
seleotiste l the hope that It will serve
to solvo the poellem of 4lacoverin a
"redd light fho geat objection to
all present forms of eleotrice ,ghts
is the hpat thetgive off. In his ad-
dr es tIo th National Society of
Preeft slM&ieMshu, Pre4mont Daniel
tthui ty *teow woto as a
Val4a fors theb s o.atl B of ight


let", slowM
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weeps, g arred that te ene
rays whh are enot ound a the north
light ase eolsnated, and the leoet, It
Is lidl that (a pertect amftny of
'11t sall, In evety 6ay to the Mays


Stepping the WIle
I the vWllage church darng the
agi o i "gt O a h org nist was an-
noed bedause the crMsa-Mowe kept
"oktI -the lever nol after he had
flushed playing A famoua preacber

Th or~a M at
W to Ute4tover.s an at i mat gdM
ri? o hor hbr, wh, unewertanI.
BC l nls tetr l d t it th
hands of the pre-her. Teji ete was
as tfowa: Tefap e frlW ktedly
*stop whb I U yo te. t. he people
ha, oof ers to ear ay sBaie. net
yo -,
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Notice Is borb given that we, 4he under-
signed, Intend to Vpply to the Honorable
Park Trammell,.iovernor of the State of
Florida, on the ithb day of July. 194. for I.t-
term Patent Incrporating The ORYSTAL
RIVER ELECOTRIOOOMPANY on the fol-
lowing proposed charter
.Dr.J. M. Irwin,
J. BOuller,
Edward Oonklin,
Frederick Van Roy,
L. 8. Sparkman,
Rev. W. J, Frot,
W. s. vivin.n
Geo. W. Hyde.
H. G. Miller.
A. 8.K Kng.
A. D. Williams,
.* J. D. Jahan.
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Proposed Charter of Crystal River
Electric Company. '
The undersigned person,. destrous of
forming a Corporation, hereby file In the
office of the Seesetary of State, of the State
of Florida, thin their proposed charter In
wStting, which same is properly aknowl-
eedgd In accordance with the laws therefore
nade and provided.
ARTICLE I.
The name and style of the Corporation
proposedshall be CRYSTAL RIVERCLECO-
TRIO COMPANY: that Its principal place
of business shall be In the town of Vrystnl
River, Fla.,and its business shall be con-
ducted In such other cities and towns In the
state of Florida and in such other States of
the United StAtes of America as may be
necessary or convenient.
ARTICLE II.
The general purposes of the proposed cor-
poration and the general nature of the busl-
ness tq be conducted by said corporation,
hall be to furnish, transmit, convey, trann-
po t wan deliver, heat, power and light,,by
electricity orotherwtis, and toacquire, con-
str ivt, dispose of, hold, maintain, operate'
and ease to, or rent front others, ll termi-
nals, .tructures,'appliances, and other prop-
erty. real o r personal, useful in carrying obut
any lawful purpose whatsoever; to produce
and otherwise acquire and to furnish and
distributeelectrit current brother mechan-
leqo power, for light, beat and power, or
other purposes, both qublJo and private.
Tb produce, manufacture wnd otherwise
prepare, and to deal nla and with, any ma-
erials., machinery appliances, supplies or
products whilh ay be used in or In con-
nection with anyrof the objeCt'aforesaid; to
build, own and operate recreation and.
amusement piers; to ay, sell, ease, mort-
.gage.' realand personal property; t p Issue
bond" aeitfMolm-sand debentures of Indebt-
edne of every legal nature, either secured
or unmeol uds; *-#plyr-fr, obtain. own.
4ea seorwitberwiseuatre Snmehlse, rteltis,
eaosrmatei dto eMty onany other bugt-
nesswhatsrv.r.witeh theoorporatloeanny


*wwv xw my lpO qposmS or bf
9i&#,brviWof thiu -aap, at-aeetin
erumr0te called for mh pnrpe: toe
aTr.be dM t In uinhb amaaunt am on
.seek rmsad e-diuod lan mod is
sl1unifes j mam be p tnv ram S time to
Usn.by the ard of Phrpo.r.
..- A",tm Ln1
.'the trm Fb sWhthis corporation shall
WsIrIhall 5s for a period of nlnety-nine
fW) itaarwbma date of the Ifuanoe of Let.
tor Pteant


ARTICLE V.
The bu essof said corporation shall be
.onduoeld by a President, a Vice-President,
a seoretry, a Treasurer, and a Board of
Directors e osisttnn of not more than seven
() nor lesgthan three (l)stookholders. The
direOtors shall be elected by the stockhold-
ers at each annual meeting. All other of-
fiers of the eorpo'stioc shall be'elected by
the directors, and any two offset may be
held by theNe person. The annual meet-
Ins of thlIs oMorpation shall be held on the
frnt Tuesday In Ostober of each and every
ear. beginning with the year 114. Unless
tlirtwle arranged sldertheby-laws. UWi
m the *Rt offleem eleoted and quaised.
eIjDowtlng odteera eke acti
Dr. J. M. Irwln. President
B.OUler V.-.President
S dwar M Conkki. See. and Trees.
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T'm hla et amount of tadebteddnae or
aNtt*Ut, to whiob ths company may at any
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STATZ Or FORIDA I. 'i"
COUNTY OF CITRUS
Pernally appeared befoN me, the Me
slgued athOrity:
Dr. J. M. Irwi '
J.4. attler
Frederick Vedo 09
L. 5. Sparkman ,
W. e. Vivian
O.W.Hyde .
Rev. W.J. Frost,
A. D. wHUams
J.).Juaams" .
Edward Oonklln'
MH.G. Miller
A. 8. Kin .
personally known to me, and kneowl by "1
to be the persons who slgned the fo getag ,
nrticlel of incorporation and they TeUrat
acknowledged before me tat they ige d
the gamine for the pirtpiIa tSe -A i **
talned.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto Ml .e
my hand and affixed my aOetal sMalit .
16th day of June, 1914.


R.D. SMITH. .'iP.
My Commission expires June H, 191.


FRANK IN HIS EXPENSE BILK

One Pennsylvania Candidate 0eemas-
Tell It All, With a Senes
of Humere. .
Washlngton, Pa.-Although he mNy
be defeated for office again and agns
after the closest of contests, Joe V.
Martin, one of the best.knMQW mi
most active Democrats In Weahlnsto
county, has In no wise lost his sesmao
of humor. Martin, who In the lad
election was Democratic candidate for
recorder of deeds, and came Out tI
second place, filed his expense no
count. His enumeration of e.penaM
to the most unusual ever Sled In hl
county, and Incidentally tlefl os
truths which most of the candIdale
have neglected to mention. ,
Under the item "grIase fr M- *
chine," he says, In parentieels, "nAt
polfticl." Gas used In M=auoem
bile with which he campaalned .eo
terms "not natural." Onq Item yeads:
"Tips to Bull Moose end RepubtIleM
barbers,$' 2." His "worter." whoa
he terms "well name." were paJd
16.50. He states he spent $1O "fotW
egg drink, buttermilk, pop, tg".
Other striking items include the -l
lownag:
"Hoetelles- posain a h otel, l
Auto him, mregraf ate, Wi o
dat's, ." "Tlcketa ot h.Bl -a
raeut pieie jgl '. 53."

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'dAdieated to *u el Mey and tW
_ily to the North Il, -
.have bees puented to I -itak
tribes tn la pets of the country hr
of Rodman Wm. aakers empeeti,I
.whe has arrived -her on the last l
Of its to at uthe United iates. heM
eaweditik Is part of a tot" MuS
last February. when the tn Pres'
dent Taft broke ground for a naslost
Indian memorial at the entrance o -
New York harbor.
It has covered nearly 3.00* mAl
In the past'ix months, travellnre
2,000 mile in state eoiches over
mountains and through deserts. The
tour will be complete after a visit to
the Six Nations of New York latae,
after which the member will INroad
to Washington to report to
Wflon and to the department d te "
interior Its findings and ItS reep
mendations for the uplift of the aIl,
an race


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HEARS HOUND OF FICTI*M

Weird gheet D0g Libe Congs Desh
Haeats Belie Herhtttr
Near. Leodee. ,
London.-A "Heind of the
vmles," or *omethlag sata N b
Is reported foa& Ipetseseea.ts be
der of ierbyshire ad tow 4 be,
It is a weird gloat dg wfhih btrag
a armhouse called the PenaAs
bu4ldain that -has stood b"
three centrleas
The tenant, a prare.eg tau
tot named Bean na d..
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CIRYSAL REU


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RFORIiA FARMERS

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U MST ACT BY JULY 1

Smith-Lever Agrioultural Bill Provides
Contribution for State Farmers'
Co-operative Work.

Washington, D. C.-Ten thousand
dollars will be available to the state
of Florida for the asking, and It Is
expected that the state will make the
necessary arrangements to take it
away. The money Is appropriated in
the Smith.Lever agricultural bill and
Is a contribution to state farmers' co.
operative work. Under this legisla.
ion the government will give an In.
itial sum of $10,000 to the state and
an increasing sum annually in pro-
portion to the growth of the rural
population, on condition that the stateI
or local subdivision thereof gives
"dollar for dollar."

VETERINARIANS AND
DOCTORS ARE AROUSED.
Protest Bill Before the Senate Regu.
lating the Traffic in Narcotic
Drugs.

Washington. D. C.-Doctors, dentists
and veterinarians all over Florida are
very much aroused by an amendment
of which Senator Nelson of Minnesota
to the author and which has been In.
corporate In the senate In the house
bill (No. 6282) which governs the traf.
fic in narcotic drugs.
The bill applies to opium or coca
leaves or any compound, manufacture,
salt derivative or preparation thereof.
It provides that every person who pro.
duces, Imports, manufactures, com-
pounds, deals in, dispenses, sells, dis.
tributes or gives away any of these
drugs shall register with the collector
of Internal revenue for his district and *
shall pay a special tax of one dollar
s year'. I


FLORIDA LIAD8 IN
FULLER'S EARTH.
S United State0**4gleeg l Survey Gilves





tp has Ust eomse o th state of
Flrida.. In a bulletin Oa "The Produc-
tion of Puller's Earth ,In 1918" the
United States Geological Survey says:
"Florida sl the leading fuller's
earth producing state, having reported
for 1918 over two-thirds of the market-
ed output of the entire country."
Florida is first in the production of
phosphates, first in the production of
pineapples, first In the production of
long-staple cotton, first in the produc-
tion of naval stores, first In the pro-
duction of cigars manufactured from
Cuban tobacco,, and now It Is offi-
c ally accorded first rank In the pro-
duction of fuller's earth.

FLORIDA NEWS NOTES.


A set of books prepared especially
.to meet the needs of the city by Ed.
ward C. Allen, city accountant of St.
Petersburg, has been installed In the
. offices of Gulfport. These were ac-
S cpted by the city council.
It Is believed the dry spell around
SKissimmee Is broken and that, the
wet season Is now here. truck
growers and fruit growers are much
elated at the bright prospects for ex.
eollent crops. The recent rains were
,,accompanied with heavy winds and
S some electrical disturbances.
William C. Fineren, government en.
ilneer In the Tampa district, was tn
1t. Petersburg investigating the oom-
m' eroal and shipping conditions of the
port to report to congress with a view
to securing aid here.
.. Oahera orders have been Issued tor
the annual encampment of the Na.
ioOal OGuard of Florida and for the
tryout of the militiamen tor the na-
ttMa division rile matches. Til
Sam e p will e a joint national and state
esOtest. It will be held from July 10
to 19, aInlusive, and the try-out for
the Florida teams will take place
a July 20 and .L
A delegation o Tampa elgar san
a' etarers left for Washington to, have
a part In th hearings to be held by
ejSMury department officals to fter-
S ase the eharaster of the gOwei t
tamper that shao l -e b oad for So
.4,f veao t e s wormu s- aer
be"madei edS law.
seUS 4uMrfal sterm. passes
S -r Orlando tearng dowa raes and
SgaFats bulldinag. One m was
-" i a O w hs.u ta ,. h esothg b ale n
ii.:k 'w.l if ht.e baM he uS. vs.
.aIT s eW Sure IsW a Mble *!
V60he i delity tr ahed U0 m W



VITAL STATISTICS tEPOR*
BY STATEMIHALTH OFFICER
Winter' Soourners Cause Hilh Death
Rates in Orlando and St.
Patereburg.


Tallabassee.-The state health offi.
cer, through Dr. J. Y. Porter, health
officer and refistrar of vital statistics,
In Issuing the first tabulation of re.
ports from the Florida cities of more
than two thousand population, says:
"Florida has four cities of 20.000 and
over: Jacksonville. Tampa, Pensacola
and Key West. Excepting Tanpa,
these are within the registration area
pnd report to the bureau of the oan-
mus as well as to this office, and their
reports of deaths can be assumed to
be 90 per cent, accurate. These four
cities show death rates In even figures
as follows: Jacksonville, 21, Tampa 18,
Pensacola 18 and Key West 19.
"Cortain of the other reporting eit-
les show rates as high or higher: 't.
Petersburg 46, Orlando 86, Tarpon
Springs 2S, OalnesavlUe 22, Lakeland
22, FPrdandina 22, Daytona 30, Marl.
anna 1 and Palatka 18. The abnor.
mally high rates of St. Petersburg
and Orlando are undoubtedly caused
by deaths of non-residents winter.
sojourners and call attention to the
necessity of following the directions.
Florida's Birth Rate.
"There is no such cheek as the bur.
ial permit upon the registration, A
births, and complete reports oan onl|
be secured by ordaining and vigor-
ously enforcing early and accurate re.
porting, as provided by the suggested
model ordinance.
"In the four large cities the rates
are as follows: Jacksonville 28, Tam.
pa 30, Pensacola 26 and Key West
24. Other rates are as follows: Kis-
simmee 40, West Tampa 83, Lake.
land 81, St. Petersburg 30, Apalachi.
cola 27, Marianna 27, Orlando 26, San-
ford 26, Live Oak 23, Gainesville n1,
Plant City 21 and DeLand 20.
"it Is the general experience that
there is greater difficulty in collect-
Ing full reports of births than of
deaths, but the results above noted
show that good collections can be had
even In small communities.

PLANS PROGRESSING FAST I
FOR U. S. AIRSHIP SCHOOL i
Many Improvements Seing Made at j
Pensacola Statlen-Instructions
for Aviators and Mechanics.


Washlagton, D. C-Preparations for
Instruction of officers and men of the
ft Are air navy of the United States
r rapidly forward 9t theory's



diftee and the shops ad building of
the naval station are betn adapted
to the other needs of this branch of
the service. Naval aeronautical ex-
perts believe Penesacola has many ad-
vantages as a site for the naw school.
A course of instruction for air 'pit
lots and one for mechanicians has
been approved by Secretary Danlals
and a class of officers and enlisted
men will be detailed to take the course
preparatory to the "air service of the
sea." A post.gradqating course will
be provided for promising students
who may be sent abroad or to tech-
nical schools in this country.

FLORIDA IS ASSURED
SOUTHERN RIFLE MATCH


Site Near Jacksonville for Match,,
Which la to Take Place October
8 to 20.

Washington, D. C.-A divisional ri-
fle match with contesting teams all
the way from Virginia down south,
to take place at the range near Jack-
sonville, October 6 to 20, Inclualdv
Is now assured. Adjutant General
Poster of Florida, has started home,
after talking the matter over for two
days with war department officials.
who promised their full and enthusias-
tic cooperation. General Mills, chief
of the militia division, aid thM the
war department will Instruct the
states about drawing on the govern
meat for funds with which to partly k
pate In this match.

TAMPA YOUTH PLAYS
THE ROLE OF A HERO

Displays Rare Preesonee a Mind In
Reseuing a Woman From a
Burning Sulldlng.

Tamps.-Robert barker, an 1-yesr-
old youth, played the ro4 of Bwo
when he nma rom his hgme absut
three miles nrth of theoty t, tbe
home of Ut. Mrs ma H sas d sad rsaw
Sod Mrs. Haoad rom .kse buning
bonu4 lurkers aw Mrsn. Haw ds
bouse was on are. Whelmas otkei
te waman, aOdMwer. bewildered amd
binadd hy smoke, was dahlsng aMt"
I ts threF rose th.0hoMA. Hae
taS e thn dow ai smashing
S a M, nbed rs1. Daem $ breun
her et. l *aa -t am-ad** qa


*ONOt Sw.btNOlMUNITY -,
CENTgR OF COMMUNITY LIPd


Against Insurance Companies That
Insured Deposita of the Penes.
co* ela State Bank.

Pensacola.-The city of Pensacola
won two suits In the circuit court
wnlch aggregate $126,000, the suits
being against the United States Guar.
anty and Fidelity company for $50,.
000 and the Maryland Casualty com-
pany for $76,000. These are the two
companies which insured the deposits
of the city In the Pensacola State
bank, and when the latter failed they
declined to make payments, claim."-'
lag the bods. had expired and they
were not responsible. The cases were
called in the circuit court and within
esa than an hour they had been set-
tled by the jury returning verdicts
for the clty.
ASSESSMENTS OF ST. LUCIa
COUNTY GREATLY INCREASED
higher Valuation n Wild Land Is At.
tributed as Reasn for th6
Ineremas.


a repau maye-w au. ua wA- .,
powls 'to OYow wi'i *at &Z
as sessmntatM W Wi S ml 6 .,
while last year it was p essed at .
124,760. a aaOsaes ont pero
sonal property were advamoad from
$171,296 last year to p$3.e16 this
year. The big areas la real estate
assessments I largely due-to higher
raluations .baS placed on wild lands.
14rge tracts were raised from $3. 6$
and $10 an asore to $, and $~ .n
aT OU OUT THE STATE.
THROUGHOUT THE STATE.


At the eleetiod held at Dade City
to vote upon the question of bonding
the city for $21,500, the vote was 56
to 10 in favor of the bonds. Of the
amount voted, 20,000 wlH be used in
Installing a municipal waterworks
system, and $6,600 will be qsed for a
sewerage system.
Painters and paper hangers have
been engaged some. time upon ea-
haacing the beauty of the Biks' olaub
house. Gainesville lodge has one of
the prettiest of the several lodges In
the state, and they take pride in keep-
ing It so. Several hundred, dollars
will be expendei upon It .this sum-
mer, as it will be repainted and re
papered from top to bottom. The lodge
is nla a flourishing condition.
The sale of $14,00 4 in mnaolpal
gas plant and main astealom boad
will be eseoted at SL et ur when
the ity oommlsloa fs relve biMds
for the issue. Aea flve bond bat
Iah boos have e aa y hemr
and It ia eupe ted tW fl.'ba.-
ral mre Uids the tia er. T
palotere e a M M4 ereto
Vt auga-rt atallew.
The satt-e la ecuatlU oyk 6 1the
sWdar$ heola t tha 'ewm was
held at DeLand, delegiess to the nueM
ber -of seventy-fve IoM dllmret
parts o the essounty bg 4 -esea.
The Meetings w held in the t dlt
Flus o the SeMuthers lthst eurch
aad vary intaresting peoga we
edjt atle us daftt eih'

at a o A f*AfL a
N diAer 6o r aIs ghli$ Feer.
ashde r'a !4
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Will 8e Used for Improvingl Soola
and 0ilvl Cenditionsa n Duval
County.
Jacksaovtlle.-IThe purpose of Su.
perintondent Rons A. Hathaway and
the board of public instruction for Du.
Tal County to make the public ohool
the center of community lifo as i
the tendency nla the more progressive
altles throughout the country, was
strongly brought out at the meeting
of the board nl a resolution presented'
to the board by Superintendent Hath-
away and adopted by that body. In
this resolution permission for the
free use of the school buildings was
granted to the public for civic, liter.
ary and school Improvement organic.
Nations for the purpose of improving
the school and civic conditions of the
community. In compliance with the.
resolution the superintendent was au-
thorised, under proper restrictions and
upon receiving sufficient guaranty
from the officers of such civic, lit-
earmy and Improvement associations
that the property will be properly
safe safeguarded, to grant the free
use of such buildings In Duval coun-
ty. Application must be made to the
superintendent by the officers of such
organizations.

lTY OF PENSACOLA
WINS IMPORTANT SUITS


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What Makes Flattery Weloame.
What make a man susceptible to
flattery ik the fact that he welcomes
anything that affords relief from the
itdiscriminato knocking.
Fate Is a cobbler. who always has
some dlmculty an Atting a fellow's faet
to dead men's shobs.


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WWihaellet reveals that sethilg awla "Theophilus, you know, is very aob
----memto that eicllence also dwells tn our- sent-milded. and so wrapped up In
pi ..u-ta M g.... -s-,i.-Th Christian Registe his neow study of photo graph that*
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,So .onmyhands aid feet two or.e 1 3lt* increasing the I ns"
S esnaps. Id la wo M oofItoq IS three o ye rs. About elevn y rs ao .N with hIer n a m
-n Ss e5p aselS Se.M rit S t oum "hlh w became. troub i thtaptchi bum- -Oh, thisis. what I wa gon M
w e ,s"ia. e ge rweuti- "oioWsap", which -aoe anMY ha4. tell you Theophis camI outOf the 4
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poial4lsat r5dd5of ow. Old aou% a64ay er two whe I would let dinner was set. I says to hin:




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do any work that was Tough ob m ut,' he Says to me-'just a minstes
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qBie.T a*S*L.acrl met shtp d wee aib. o wt 1 mane e L s.n
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(YnTAL MVER NEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.


Waetd at te Postolee. crystal River
leda. M neaad else mall matter, March
MN.
8UBSCRIPTON 00 OPER YEAR.
ADVERTISING RATHER '
TM nat Sdvertiement1 IS oents per
SbMe am nsertion; by the month, 10 ents
Wh ek hmb insertion. Special rates will
SN9lem advertisers wishing to contract for
f tlal (spamPe by the year. Local no.
elIeents Im r line each insertion.

oemmunletssionon live topi, especially
lo Interest, are solicited. It Is under-
_ d.however, that the published of the
nw will not be responsible for opinions
uzprNad by oorrepondents.


The oldest citizens of Florida
say it has been 48 years bince
we-have had such hot wean her.
Here's hoping that it will be at
least that long before we exper-
ience it again.

Gen. Villa has purchased a
bath tub which cost him $40W,
and $125 transportation charges.
When he catches Huerta, we
hope, if he hasn't a cheap tub
handy, he will see that lie is
thoroughly sterilized, in his tub.

L. S. Tenney, is in Washing-
ton for a conference with rail-
road officials on' rated for trans.
portation and pre-cooling, in the
interest of the Florida Growers
and Shippers League. We hope
he will be successful.

The city of Salem, Mass., has
been fire-swept. The worst con.
fagration in its history, occurred
lastFriday. Hundreds are miss-
ing, and thousands are homeless.
1%perty loss estimated at from
$5,000,000 to $26,000,000.


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ROYAL COUPLE MURDERED

The entire world has been
shocked by the tragic death of
Archduke Ferdinand, heir to the
Austro-Hungaman throne, and
his wife, the Duchess of lHohen-
berg.
They were slain while riding
in their carriage through the
streets of Sarajevo. The story
of tile assassination, which is
one of a series of tragic events
that has bowed the head of Em.
peror Francis Joseph of Anstria
in grief, will be found on anoth-
er page of this issue of the News.
APPUCATION EOR CHARTER.


Notice I hereby given that the under.
signed will apply to the Hon. Park Tiam.
moell Governor of the State of Florida, on
th( 80IL day of July. A. D. 1914, for letters
patent lncorporating (vULFHBlWIeZl. IS-
LAND COMPANY under the following pro.
posed charter.


f Ia. witneu whererof the subtcrlbiln in'
Incorporators have hereunto set tlhelr band
and sael, and executed the foregoing pro-
pmee charter thib the lI7hday of June. A.
V1. 1014


Frederick Van Roy, M.
M. W. Hyde, s
Weo. W. Hyde. as
STATE OF ILORIDA
Oltrs County. as
Before me the ueulnrsined notary public
for the Stateat large, personally appeared
George W, Hyde, M. W. Hyde and Freder.
Irk Van Roy,. each to Isie well known and
known lo me to he the Individuals tls-
orlled In and who subserllwd she foree Ing
propoed charter inld each aeknowlcdi'-d
that they executed the same for the pur-
poses therein specified.
Witness laly hand and official seal at Crys-
tal River, Cltrus county Florida this 7t h
day of June, A. P. 19iL.
A. S. KING.
Notary Public.
My commission expires Oct qt h. l!15.
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Then-?7
"One man has run'ed himself over
me, one has shot himself and another
has gone to Africa. I only need one
mad enough to marry me now."-Lu*-
Uta Blaetter.


Frederick Van Roy,
M.W. Ilye. N lTIG Of
Mto. W. Hyde.
ARTPLIMARY1.CTIi
The name of this Corporation shall be PRIMARY L CTION
(HULFBREEZIe ISLA ND) COM PANY. with
ts principal office and phlic of business In
the town of ('rysttl River, Citrus Oounty,
Florida, dandlsany other State or foreign TI Be Held in Crystall vi
country through branches, agent, or other.
wine, as may be necessary and convenient.,
ARTICLE II. er to Nominate Candi-
The general nature of the business to.be
traimcted hy said orporation and tlhe ob. dates for Town
Ject and purposes thereof aire as fo'lows:
Section 1. Toacquire by purchnseor other.
wise. own, hold, buy, sell, convey, lease, Officers.
mortgage or encunstr real estate or other
property, personal or mixed. oticeis hereby given that
To survey or subdivide, plit, impeove Notice is ere ar given tli t
and develop lands for. purposes of sWle or at a regular Meeting cf the Ex.
otherwise, nnd to doanq perforimal thiais ecutive Committee of the Town
needfulsand lawful for tho development and of Crystal River, held ill said
r ent of t sae for residence, town Wednesday, Juno 8d. 1914,
8. To purchase, construct, lease. operate the following official call for tilhe
and maintain electric lighting and power holding of the white Primary
plants, buildings.contructions. machinery, Election was adopted:
appliances, eqnipments, fixtures, easements
and ppurtenances. Be it resolved by the white
4. To construct, purchase, or otherwise Executive Committee of Crystal
maintain, repair and operate waterworks. River that a Primary Election
a4d tonsell, lease or rent water and water be ad the same is herey called
riaht,i and privileges be and the same is hereby called
5, To buy, sell and generally trade In, and shall be held on Monday,
store, carry and transport all kinds of goods, JAly 6th, 1914, fou the purpose
wares, merchandise, provisions and sup- o0 naming and nominating the
plies, also buildin matrial of every n.- following town ofce;
ture. low townofficer;
0. To construct, equip, improve, develop One Mayor.
and control public works and conventenees
orall kinds.lnclulMing psengerandeightt WO members of Town Coo.n-
boat. docks, harbor,. p ', whvrv, -. :. '
nareservtirs, sewaemesmaa e, ws". e One Jlto .* ',, -' *. :' .' .1


COULD SCA


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emtWu"U=bhtoAtMdto
Amy of Hir Hsmirk.


Pleaant Hill, N. C.-1" sffed tfor
three summers," writesMus. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about Could not do any of my


housework.
I also had dreadful pains In my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on me, I
would have to give up and lie down,
until It wore off.
I was certainly In a dreadful state of
health, when I finally decided- to try
Cardul. the woman's tonic, and I-firmly


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acting. Its binrdbmsa ~ jj
effect, on the wasoml* s~*m
ICOfdi4l moku fbat
Improves on Nptl, s
vow systemad ka4 A,
allow hUhaft
Cardid has helped wr.f
weak women, duhlugthe
It will u=MeY do fory7m,
done fortem. Tr~y ,j* '


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WE keep constantly on hand a FRESH rpply

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Srugs, urug supplies, lOiles tic, |

and everything kept in a first-cla s Dtug Store.

Nyal's Wellnown'Pr
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tke most common carriers 6f the
dread disease, a war to the finish
is being waged on these rodents.
The Louisiana Legislature has
appropriated $150,000.00, Aith
which to fight the plague. Other
states have quarantined against
Louisiana, and are taking steps
to exterminate rats.

In consequence of the bubonic
plague at New Orleans, the Pea-
eacola City Commissioners have
started an active campaign to
rid the city of rats. It has been
known for years that the rat,
upon which the fleas that carry
bubonic plague live, is the most
prolific conveyor of the plague
to human beings, and therefore
the first thing to be gotten rid
of, as a means of preventing the
disease. Pensacola is offering
five cents each for every rat de-
livered at the office of the city
board of health.

While other states and cities
are up and fighting against the
spread 9f the most dreaded and
loathsome disease in the world,
bubonic plague, it behooves us
to be on the alert. A strict
quarantine will be maintained
against refugees fronr Louisiana
and all Gulf Ports will be close-
ly watched.
Our city council should call a
meeting and instruct the mar
sdal to keep an eye out for any
suspicious characters "who may
attempt to getin here from the
G lf, and we should also atart
an6 eive campaign against rats


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woreptlenesof pttlpc mauo or utiltty. -
r. To gearaill do and perform al ,ntc.- ns. -
sary cts and to exercise all of the privi.. ReOlvm t, Vfrtlier
leges conferred by law upon corporottont of followinjgrules shall be nbse'rvedb
like character, It not being Intended by the in the conduct and holding of
enumieration hereilnlbeforeoofspeelflc powers t llotn
to limit or abridge such other powers as such Primary Election.
may be impliedly included or vested n sai l 1st. The Plurality rule shall
corporation by the laws of Florida, or gen- evail in every isance in said
eml law persalning to corortions of a primaryil in elet instance in said
like character. primary election.
8. To have all rights and provisions men- 2nd. None shall be allowed to
tloliedinsection TwoThousand Six Hun- vote in said primary election
d red and forty-three to Two Thonsand ix
Hundred and forty-slit (1,6 to ) Inelu- except white qualified electors.
sive, of the State statutes. 8rd. Those, and' only those,
The amount the capital stock athor- persons shall be permitted to be-
ized shallbe FiveThousand ( W Dollars) come candidates before qr to
divided into Five Hundred shares (0) of vote at and in said primary
the par value of Ten ($100).Dollars each. election who shall, when chal-
All stock shallbe payable in lawful money leiged by any elector, pledge
of United States of Amerien or in property, y elec
lntx,r .rswrvices..at Justnalunatlon thereof. before an inspector his honor to
tobefinxed by the In-orpoirtors or Piree- abide by and support thle result
torsoft thie company, at a iee4ilng called of said primary and that lie will
for such purpose. All sharemsof stock shall vote f nominee thereof.
be fully pnldd nid vote for o nees tereole..
ARTWI IV. 4th. The inspectors of the elec-
ARTIOLMEV. tion shall be the judge of the
The term for which this orpomtion shall qualification of electors ctal-
exist shall be Ninety-nine 19[91 ye rm qualification of electors al-
dlate of ussuaice of Letters Patent. lenged.
ARTICLEV. 6th. The Polls shall be open
ATIOLEV the day of election at 8. a. m.
The business of the Ceorporation shall "et and closed at sundown.
managed by a President, Vice President, at No ballot shall be allowed
a Secretary, a Treasurerand a Boord of DI- th No ballot shall be allowed
rectors consisting of not less than three nor to be used or voted at said elec-
more than seven. Any two offlee except toll except the ballot provided
that of Premident or Vice President may be by the committee.
held by onre mau and the same person.
The by laws of the C(ompany may provide Resolved Futher That each
Sforotheromfcernandtagentts. TheDirectors candidate for office shall pay
shall be chosen annually by the stock- to the Secretary of the executive
holderson the First llst[ Tuesdayin May of committee on or before the 20th
I each year.
ThefirstmeetingoftheStockholdersfor day of June, 1914, the fol.
Sthe purpose of perfecting the organization lowing assessment for the privi.
I of the CorporatidiTfhi6pting by-laws,elect- lege of having.his name printed
t Ing directors and transacting such other on the official ballot.
business as may come before t he fleeting,
shall be held within ten days after the char- -Mayor 8$.00
ter Is issued' and until that time, and until Marshal 4.00
the offleers when elected shall be qualified, Clerk 8.00
* the business of the Corporatlon shall be. Councilman
conducted by the following oMeera:
Frederick Vaili Roy. President, The followIni person are
P M. W. Hyde. Vice-President. hereby appointed Inspectors of
00. W. Hyd'., tec'y. & Tress. said election, from which one of
SATIc0t1 v. their number iball be selected
The highest amount of Indebtedness or as Clerk: .
liability to which this Corporation shall, at Q ay
e any time limit ItUse shell be Tweity-Five 1 lr4fg116-1",
t Thousand IOM,01 Dollsr. W J. oast' .
ARTICOLN VI.
'Donomv. a- D%. a the
The names and redenc.eof tlinMesu tb- *caind cu d mSrtt th
Ing incorporators hereto. together with the w1ite ]txeutih OoUmittee Of
number of shares of capital stokefthe Orystal $ ver v puaIp Moi6l
company asuberibed by eab are as follow: i the t wn of Ofi-taI- WOfi b
I 'roderick VonMB I O.. y0foi-srOrr.ta-
V r W. Hyde li shaesm, O sUta ver Flao. .- .
Geoo. W. MHyde W shais, Crystal l aver YUW j .7
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