Title: Crystal River news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075892/00067
 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: July 10, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Crystal River (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Crystal River
Coordinates: 28.90067 x -82.593699 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1905?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 42 (Feb. 24, 1911).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075892
Volume ID: VID00067
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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aniTr4 UVEK, oIWsDA. FRIDAY. JULY 10, 1914
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A. of Ibternejss wa
'bM Itrsoe Monday.,
I o father of Mr.. *
tih week-end h4rem
SUlliaa Olarkson returned
S e ain. Ocala, Saturday.
e..iW. Harvey mudl ao
lies trip to Ooala, Thea4y.


l is. O l. Hoy did family t at rOi obllK-tIfn to do'our part in se.
Moved tooulif Brese on last Luca4e s. ing to it, that we hand to thoe
Vedneeday, or the summer. er Patnero we leave behind, a herita .
The ,..n b1~"shb i n ashb1ving knowledge, social pur.
They "ill ocep .""Sunshine CtsI w i., sad most important, reHf.
np.\ nx HUNDR D eot- .Jo.s thobh aunJ life, and correct
MuVI. Willi, 4our tesoVA n AM ides of the of God.
d' ie swo to bfoRe me and K Then the fll" was spread,
mI.3V tism thems Ser ay *b.. and all joyfully'md justice to a
w w Th y, for *ai) A. w. dinner which woUld tempt the
i fi b ,. Otr young s. t a .OiR, 'appetite of any one.
by tt 4 .. .. 4 m u- stt singing the national ajr,
s WW e. the happy party played mouse,
i Duoneaon Friday, ** i* **1 Ia eeooiuatt. 0. 8, r.

+Norman W illfial, after a ra at t
Il te fever, Wt 'ia ast hi a Saturaay night about 9 tttld toI l sddenUly retn
d thk itha, 0'elock, Will Thomas w ashot ,1rsmb. imom wa abot toroh
ido pillars fro undor tlhe tao
AW .add killed ..at Fairmount, nH". be chaueled. as the rod e
another ,IgO named Brooks. pled In. "eodiab't have dome It if -
S toee th W i trouble between contractor had built this temple so
6.- p "in ount of Thomas's cording to s.peetatoaf."
themes was advancing
SIh I a koife, when THE CHURCHES
4maT raR, fully 80
I-lhe fbe,.his brains

-of wifihtkoi, visitediket 1011
or J.W. (lle, at. Pr
Jq aa t2orneo, ii visiL.,itaw



be4f0 l farw

T t huumdr storin ftturday
ittnoo pa the telephones out

"Oveing to a mkdewna
g~o.ausm Saturday, th6ji 960
~ tus *ai bout three hmnr

*0 4L.- w~ounk~d sheephead fisb
PON: #45b16"ght in to the, Gulf Fish

coe th ~Ils,~~ot -ha melock iid a
psu~t Isdiameter and -abopt
thE".jutern of I* inch thick.
V M 'j"Ibq 1 ON$ f~g

I~u 1.. Ba*bog".-. t foeu
m te huse.&ok-rl

~~a as qiaeltwng.bl

h* iom. for. $
e brins 4el dle

, aly

ar .G wright Andt'kmily
bat.pvied inut'O Mr. B'.' cs
*1uild ingtil th*SmaA Mmre

T. Di Boy, who worhegog the
X 0. 4 f"i poiPtt T- ubla-to
*LselndW shomieqn 'a"moth's

Aiiv v~* a.lright, anid his
fpJeza4a I .ed -Aways, glad t"O'u

lmlert Ee-xoks sattnk erbovt
tinnibgom, urater mill bogse
tooe..waered room sat MWe.
Blck.,asMrs. ROYilcle
her houie fr te sumamr,'.

KcA *digdnw do. A O30Md,
Fated T onie&' trngb 9ts
Stsgu~W~p 4IUsMUarV

h Ma'.

"Wr .pain ana at nnar. me,
$e, 1.90, at yeP BiOugst.
Budren'u Ar'ea' have -fof all

Some Bad Negro

Deputy Sheriff Ajoen and two
other deputies, arrested a negro
with a bad reputation, a 44 Win-.
chester and a double barrel shot
gun, at Logan Hough's still, Red
Le.l, Monday night.
The oilcers shipped up on him
In'a potato patch, tandt. com-
plimented them by te l them
they were some slick. He was
arrested several years ago for
hiinnrg six negroes at one time,
and a stray .hot killed his moth.
in-law, in the same tracas, mak-
ing a tutal of seven'to his credit.
For this crime, he says he was
acquitted, but he was wanted in.
Suwadee county for ome other
crime, and* was taken to Inver.
as and held for the, sheriff of
f.that place. '

Homteoma teams

We are having a good meet .
k Homosams. Receivedia
I six into the church
aWetre' al istedo

p~jeio at Hall River oW.

Services next Sabbath as fol.
lows: Preaching services at 11
and 7, Sabbath School at 10 and
Prayer-meeting on Wednesday
evwnig. All are invited. Rev.W..
JFrost. Pastor.

Services every 2 Sunday at
U11A.M. and 7 P.M.. <

} /Frtyer.meeting on Wedaes.
da eyeaing. .
ll are invited to attend thee

bbAtPID* A,- t AO
0b|bath.,Rhool 1 sa. m.
1We will be glad for your pr e
ence. Rey. EldridAg, Pasor

. Oeneral DIroooy.
Stato Of1mWa
Governor,.:.......... .........Park M Tuamell
ls.of State................ OlM m0'fd. .
AStty.e....................- .....T.W. was
con. Aereto.................. W. A. Mmes
Treaurer ........................ J.o. eimn,
saps. Pub. ina .............. N. Ubem W ,
OomptroUner....... ................... V. KW
-hltfJus.eSup.co mt.....Fr. M. BahldeMtm
o01rk esp. Court. .............. Ier '.
Riload 0oom. Clerk............. OraO. Doa".
Chairman ............................... aL 3 r..
(lreult JudsJud. for D at V..s3,15mb
State Attorey...................W*. seemlei
anator, ............. ...... ...t.... L tvIu i..
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Register, Henry OChbb,
Reelver M, Bbid* WVNaes

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tF MI ms Af VlsntNrseI O f- P. MIen l litrd Lteads f iom a bunt ag ,dt 9
tiuuists' rpaizatiea .is la" call At The P ISan Fan scP6lIn ktB01
l-ea opsi.g l1 UWhite 1 sE of the other states o
pare and submit tentative 0sae e
Are Poorly Equipped But They Are I What the President is Earnestly mhdch s A"'**
SLooking to Irishmen In America Seeking-Exchanges Ideas from lnorida'a most abl6esa41111
for Aid. With Callers. business ai en all ever th.lo j .m i
been received that the
London, England.-With every week Washington.-For nearly an hour needed wil be fothot Ah" .
S of suspense in the settlement of the President Wilson discussed business called for. -
future government of Ireland the men conditions with J. P. Morgan at the
ace of the military preparations by first of a series of conferences which THROUGHOU' r t y 'A *
the Ulster and the home rule vol will bring to the white house men tT-
unteers increases. The present ten- foremost in American Industry and Af tedr r aessing c
dency among the volunteers of the fiance. It was one of the very few apparently to make .-ant o.
South ie to accept leadership by the appret. U) blk an hpsu*a6 Nationalist party which John Red* occasions during the sixteen months' of the suspenasioa of st N
mond offered them. Thus led, there of his administration that the preai- tional bank at Peasoln. 7
would be a clear division of home dent has received one of the recog- JohnC. Chmachlow.I, l ui "s
rulers and anti-home rule men into sized leaders of "big business." dent of the city opirmatl hhe .
hostile armed camps. The very dan- suing year wheothm aewcaq "g .r
gers of a bitter civil war which such May Exclude Treasury Agents. Consul 8illiman has been ordered to anizsed. Alderman Chbrolkow.aJg T.
a prospect presents, furnishes the Parts.-The opinion prevailed here return to 8altillo, Mexico, where'he Campbell and B.A. Andrei w4fe ts
best safeguard for peace, that United States treasury agents will be the personal representative of plants for the office -f St. ANgliine.
Increased In Number&s would In future be excluded from President Wilson in conferences By the results of i recount l ade
. oDublin, Ireland.-Estimates of the Joseph Chamberlain, distinguished Franc because of the exposure of with General Carranza, leader of the by the canvassing board at ackao- -
becaeese n of E ad w of te Epou of rebel3forces. veare ofyte 'theg I th S "i
number of the Irish Nationalist volun. statesman of England, who died re. rebel force e ville of the t in the
teers vary between 80,000, which is gently at his home in London, after a their methods In the course of an ap- Eighth city wards for ed aty otd
thle Dublin Castle figure compiled by lingering illness. He was a moem peal by Henry Monroe, a banker, stoner in the Fourth distrK I
the police, and a quarter of a million, bor of the British parliament and against a jail sentence and Ene for SURR hUS I U S TREAS URY- ,,d ,,p t
which is the estimate given In plat- a man of prominence in the affairs refusing to disclose the amounts paid defeat 8. A. Turklett, who Was a t.
form speeches. Careful inquiry shows of his country. in France by Miss Dolsan of Brook-nouncedIste wW
line, Mass., for dresses seized by the THE FIRST YEAR OF THE WILSON nounced as thed0 6 4 1 en 00", t
that there are 50,000 th Leinster, Amerclan customs officials on their ADMINISTRATION CLOSES count of votes ad bee, I o re
which talke the l ead ,000 In arrival in Boston. WITH OVER The chaorhmat, ofe NItr0o
Ulster (increasing rapidly), s35,000p In A REBELS WARNcounty D aemocratice xectfi *of lit.
Muster and 25,000 in Connaught. Williams Insists He'M Right. Payment of Income and Corporation tee, Tucker Savage, obepMsl tiet n,
The greatquestion which confronts REFUAL TO JOIN MEDIATION Athens.-eoe Fred Williams, the Taxes on Last Day Turns a junction of the eem tte e a
r the Nationalist volunteers s how far MIGHT CAUSE INTERVEN American minister to Greece, who re- Deficit Into a Surplue. pointed a committee which Will tse
their American sympathizers are like TION BY UNCLE SAM. gently made public a report of his its Influence with the beord. of ,0 ena-
Jy to come forward with funds for cin h h Washington.-Treasury figures com- ty com is lm oers toe te, t sale
their arms and equipment. Breach Is Widening Between General denounced the international commis. pleated show the federal government of bonds for brick rW V'A". -.
THREE KILLED BY BOMB Carranu and General Villa Ac. son of control and declared the pres- went through its first fiscal year un- City Attorney ParkliA has
T Ocording-to Reports. ent regime In Albania, was impracti- der the Wilson administration with its been Instructed by the ".ll.
Scre of People Also injured in New Washington, D. C-Carrana agents cable, issued a new statement usti- Income exceeding ordinary expenses a thorough and complete.et
York Apartment. here have been told to picture the pose sing the dangermenacing Epirus by $33,784,452.07. Nearly thirty-three Plat -in the cle rk's offitd
New York.-Three men and a wor. sibility which might follow interven- queL|-n oh tre xfl l i.^
New York.-Three men and a wo ability which might follow interventhrough the rapid advance of the Al-. and a half million dollars, pouring into iouh. county, t the i
an were killed when a dynamite bomb, tion in Mexico by the United States. bean rebels, the treasury the last day, brought the Me, thea nHnted ti *
said to be the most powerful ever They have been reminded, it is said total receipts for the year up to $84, d th
used in this city, exploded in an apart- of the dreams of thousands of Amer Senators Testify During Probe. 343,00.20, a million and half above
of the World. The upper part of the Canadian border to the Panama canal, Washington. Senators Overman Secretary McAdoo original s tste
six story tenement house, in which the and urged to appreciate how public and Chlltn were principal witnesses and turned into a surplus at
bomb was being made, was wrecked. opinion might force the Amerlean p be aor. committee invesgatinge the pr om1s ed the day f ..
A score of persons were seriously in. to wave for years at least over Mez- of misuse ofnOffiial letter s Atta def iot.m ('" a" "
--M i'J |n a wiae at
Sthe explosion. cReports continue to ch h reaha e AZ
pasg ot vton of the .wining eft theme be stock t th mi whm ma tru m7 t .
Fights U. 8. Beef Trust. tween Villa and Carras. worth t,000.000; Mr. Chilton testi. & Secatly Md. o
London.-The corporation of the city A e C Mediators Quit A ed he owned a$.1 worth. alistratiso officials were a tlats to t
of London is holding a private inqui- Niagara Fals!, On.-An indefinite re- the total Aures as proot of their ns u
ry into the alleged control of the cess of medislae was decided on by Clark Appointed AgentL promise as to what would be secom- I
English meat supply by the big Amer- Ambassador Da Gams of Brasfl and Washingto S.-W. A. Graham Clast polished under the new tariff. Tanmpe -
lean beef companies. It was proposed Ministers Snares and Naon of Chile was appointed' by Secretary R dfleld Turna To.l bil
at a recent meeting of the corpora- and Argentina, respectively. to be ommeral agent of the deport- TO INVOKE ANCIENT LAW Melon gro have IiFi l
tion that the development of these meat oftcommerce for the onth em at E lstis dao
upon thesnbe clipped bof stlalng a JOSEPH CHAMERLAIN DEAD states. Mr. Clark, who has bee con,- Philadelphia Plans to Insure a Safe shipping le
limit upay old n the nuthfed market, but Engands Leadnlls they amn nected with the department 'siae its and Sano Fourth have left E
upon advinterse Smireport by field market, cbut England way Ins Leading Stateman Pas. ergalation and is regarded as an Phlladelphis.-A law which bas ets, with
upon adverse report by a t special fcomAwayin eLaonsdo. prt-an questions of the cotton tttle Isted since 1721, fifty-five years before carload of Ie
aittee, it was decided not to Interfere. London.-Joseph Chamberlain, one Industry, will make his headquarters the Declaration of Independence, will cag to a$ ot largerI0u,
of the most striking figures In Brit at 'Atlant, Ga. be Invoked by police of this city to prices receive bo Ja, a
Fight on Waterway Bill. ish polities in the past generation, ensure a safe and sane Fourth of to the iae mqWiityi
Washington.-Although congress* I died at his London home. His BatUleo With Train Robbers. July. FortiUled by an opinion of the ed on thisselL si,.'
really interested in only two subjects, death came as a surprise. He had Pendletoo, Ore-Georse MacDuf city solicitor that the ancient- ordt, acres W4
passage of ant-trust legislation by the been suffering with paralysis, yet the fey a deputy sheri of Heppoer, Ore., naneo forbidding the sale or use of and' f o
senate and adjournment, a handful of condition of his health was not known foaht e lalshanded bottle with squls, rockets ad other' fireworks prodU4 .
Republican senators expect to inject a to be any worse than it had been trat robber Inl the asle of a cl r without a special license from the gov- Slotrherea.n 'e r
little life into the matter, of course for the past three years, tainrobblels iteais of a without a spiafo lrcen ov- ne *
proceedings of that body before the The cause of Mr. Chamberlain's car fifty miles east of here, killing sti i ior, o burg t m"_ _-
essions end, and promise to make a death was officially announced a rowly missed death himself whean his PLOOD WARNINGS ISSUED burned to the'
particularly hard fight to prevent the heart failure. Although he had bees pocket comb in the upper left-hand in the. *el .
passage of the river and harbor ap- gradually sinking' for several days, vest pocket, slowed down a bullet MiseIsippi Rises to Highest Mark in and DeIto iI
propriation bill. members of the family had decided his aimed at his heart. "Years. P. turner ow t
condition should not become public- LaCross, Wis.-A rise in the MIs- has undertaken 'the
Presidential Election in Mexico. ly known. _Appeal for Fire Sufferers. aissippi river here overnight sent the the hull of the
Mexico City.-Elections for presi* stream up to ten feet above low we- whieh is about all
dent, vice president, deputies and sen- DOCTOR ROJAS, MINISTER Boston-Governor Wlah telegraph- tor mark, the highest point tn years. boat when it sea, h
ators were held in parts of the repub- FROM VENEZUELA, DIS d th President sooe r asking that Two feet more wil let the river into attempt to rase.
lic controlled by Huelta. In Mexico the national tovernmmet appropriate the town, low places of which already- made depp',
City there was almost no voting and President Attends Funeral Rites of Deo r o00,000 for the assstaceof aIm arel ooded. weather ','." "
indifference was manifested every- ceased Diplomat. fire sufferers. He also sent mss.te
where. General Huerta appeared fa- Washington.-Last tributes of re- to the governors o ech state an. Ulsti Prepare to Rsist, for s
vored for the presidency, and General spect to the memory of the late Dr. the mayors ot a! larl cities in the London.-Ulster volunteers have hold "
Blanquet, the war minister, for the vice Pedro Ezekiel Rojas, htilter of Ven- country urgln the need of fund He been notified, according to the Iselfast: [mdo and
presidency. e a, were paid by o al Wash la d $10000 would be required cho, that the time has arrived when the eem.,
ton. President Wilson, members of his meet the emergency.- a na order from their commanding or o(t.,
Reported Huerta Will Resign. cabinet, the supreme court, the dlplo- Valhabro RaiN RN ed. ofiesrs the men may carryrarms open- iag -
Washington. Unofficial advices maetr corps, members of the cogres- 17, and that any attempt to seize the to
have reached Washington that Pedro slonal foreign relations committees Savannah, Ga--Nearly one hUndred arms or the volunteers who may be s -th
Lasceursan, formerly secretary of and other officials attended funeal and afty years after they were taken l them in accordance with thl e ql *S..
state in Madero's cabinet, would be services at St. Matthew's enrc, at. frop the. lodge recp Is Savaannab order i to be resisted.
president of Mexico, and that Huer- was placed aboard the Dolphin and 1i dolemon' Leie, M.. 0- YF R --A -- K Aviat llg. Kt ,
ta, resuming his former post as chief taken to Hampton Roads. There it A. t., woe retuap4 aid apg~4sted Pskov, Resedl.-Captan 5*roele, ia s si
of staff of the army, would be di- was tranaferred to the battleship aR.7'to the eodg 11 0, T. Paker of Eh" ussian army aviator, was uled wham
patched to a foreign post, probably ass and conveyed to La uM sa, Vane. 5!1o0, Pla. They h boW a th*e his monoplane collapsed and fell fr 'yogf b s
France. suetl. p dosseS of hbs buly 9yo ays a great height.,t to e

Zapt.-Huerta Alliance Reported. Naval Stere Suit Dropped. To ReN*t U. In le. U. .INavy is New "Dry." 9 l
sb'" W r ton ly Instr0q tOe W ash igim flcr "ey Dalsoo IsI g toniel
Ve Crus.-It is rumored here that Savannah, Oa.-The difolutftom s lt Wamha-mto i t. .l..mit& 4- t4 or bsea.lst D alde5t tro iy
an alliance between Provisional Pres. brought by the government agaPn t th toward evseS o of te iMl- the y ya SMue Into efL It whi M la-
ideat Huerta and Emilano sZapat, the suspended Aalrica Naval Stores can problem. Jqohn R. M L leB m eot onl M a1e tsabo i m5sttoW -*W. ss
rev ltioamry leader will son be company chargln t company with for Saltillo to speeMt e United ta of e eonoers, mt bus a
tWe rm. Most MXlOans regard such being a monopoly in reastratit of trade, Bta .a tie *Rpmwy pit of a) 6g n gOBiq abip od 4mii
a co blatlon as ta coceivable because was dsmissed whe a copy of the or. eta C l oere satiof. B
of the 1onu enmity Zapata has borne der of diasmisat was reodevld by court -
HIerts, who, undgr Madero, gave him e elals. It as staged by Iederal ,I rt u e l ft- a -
t"e hardet ight hle ver had. But Jagt boepprt, Juae ft. The remat yim m.
the report bright here appears* Ia ait of bAr toffiwe of SIo LIm h Chtekt
leave little doubt that Hwas IW e* ay, and te dlugmcct o f. ,t1e e lu4tl3 1pe
teds, m.Ise asettesd with t" e MMom suit qleamw s docket of satioins wS te e to U W J qdisJauu
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V*WrIhwhjeso now p~~to the or
q*"Ahiswife siting atOfhg oqu bid
Wthe tichly, two &WIa hetiny,

vusow or- re sewnw* Wwoat
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j?1I5bura-h er bow, bor l lbptei
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If Marwfhdqt t blb halt way,
imagy d y behid with her ever
dtlni dowan amd her eerwal kntt.
=hag. he oUl4 wash and cook e ad
stow sad eew, it she Itkd. bst sbe
eouat't do it In his bmanold.
Ait DanMel Slide w so more.u.
comflotamle at bhavul r there tam
Mry lade was at obli to
live in this enat, eat houe with
*t <4 of t ad its row"ta"
tmai W bwE ahad wehu adt,
hata er suist e UM Shq silsed
oya loharmony. Slp atts to
-o natal ed fel eardi
awe patheth. 6 felt lt et without
the task of 'overseeln the Mea.
washiag bhe w*. auMbi rokm
eas"e he oAldat per'n nally eupe
toeh the'rming of Dal's oee. Her
life was Incomplete because a hire#
eoos made the breal that was served
Wa the taei and because Dean noer
1mrod M ima th. a omly Trown
jad b ,%M.her p"W

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ijjZl twadi the trsht and browned

iin U8Md,e the s.*
pM. t6,ow maushal, ex-eeri t, en-
UVited State mahal eU-land beooae
sand mIAlUontaIp. triv, It will be
Jato M to Me t.eoveraove lady
dustine te gubewnatstral a r--prob.
ahly the only occupastioa ongenial to
this kladdnarteod and plain little
S *mnthe rubonatorial chair."
Sfhe*d uaockingtly, cut to the
quaek by this public allusion to hIs
w.its ialnnasee and lack of ociala
That sample little phrase, stingilng
as It we brief, was a a nItch lamse
to dry tlabr. It wa all that was
cuag"Y to bring the bet rape surg
'lacg dingh him to the billing point.
The swtneee of the little woman's
elweesmal, thetomderees of her eyea
whemeb* they rested upon him, the
plativ esolfte of her voice peant
nothing to him then. Through angry
ey6es e saw only the lack of smart-
ees 1b her bomber brown dress, only
the saod of absurdity she truck amid
h- eaullto surroundings of the
.osm be bad furn lhed for her. He
thought of nothing but the sorry speo-
tacleo. a would make at a brilliant
diner or smart function where beenau
ttful women t fashionable chlffonu
chatted freely and easly of men and
things In the progre-of the nation.
-"'ist l-some of Wesley Merrtws
,la*orM tooing writing." ,rowled
lada. "--a hie dirty work"
As her husband muttered to him.
elf, .Mary had calmly resumed her
endless mending of socks. long years

hbutbd to be hap y and eomfortaM
but she weato W i am hi bapu
sad oomortabl to owva
IdmA of what o t' to make a man
satised. She ht qee him rioe ndsi
slly at flAt d4,qth-e by leaps and
bounds Now that he had become
wealth* and eeeseful she wanted to
dicide for hte that he ought to lM
well enough alona. To r It seemed
foolish to both about bs oe. goer-
nor, abuwAdt w iMa to tret.about the
way 0be d1rosed and ei tdhagm1.
So. tri asw el they et k silenes
and the are drinl dowa lt& thb room
chilly. so daily tht )l tarted up
to et a a Nei wavt to tAe door.
she wae peremptwly eied baek by
hbe bldn&d wb, 8 MM 8 a madd,
b f the p .while
Mary. h sMaW t a wl umething
of the air of a a0r.u a*t sighnlag
bck to theo tig. chair
to resume the weodl t at Mab
an Irritation to n e ate ,
"Why eat yu learn t n waited
on, Mary1 ber husband Md, Not un-
kindly. "iOer wonme *"
"I'm slow--lo Ua l.qnshioned."
theo Wm asu bored. u b t with
as slr *web plainly shweo.tlit sbe
w as erfMtr satissed Ita herself
a4 thatd s thought he ought to be.
Trye never been wit womea who
knew' how" to do these thlns. You
didn't know an ech ipop. *until
lately. I don't w l'to know them."
she coueitded with ans eiagnlaly con-
fiding smile.
"But I can't 9o everywhere always
alo~i," 81ade expostulated. "A man's'
wife ought to go with him and meot
the right kind of people-otherwise
he's an outsider. What do xQu think
I built this house for? I don't work
In the mtnes any longer with my
hands. I've got to use my head. I
don't drink. I don't smoak. I don't
diselpate-keep yachts and horsee-or
women. A man's got to do something.
I'm going into public life, and I want
to entertain here. You'd have me sit
back and take it easy and-rastl"
"Tou deserve everytbin you've got.
Dan," answered Mrs. Blade, inconse-
quentially, entirely losing the point
of his tirade. "You struggled like a
dog. Nobody knows, only you and
xm. We've hbee through it together."
"We.ll," 4daunded ide eagerly
eW hipeIuly. "why don't eyo amreb
4long with p th Maryr"
41il wtte uwd to .hluSpiestly.*
Fi. a3 usJ ndothouA the
^'*fhA ~ ~ ~ I jmkklB* -- '; ".

D 0 A N ".9 UWMV UI

"Your son's ase, mmy doar Mrs. -
Comeup, Is one of eclectic occultism. -. .
"Law me, professor, is it catching."


New York, April 26.-"The skin on
my hand sot red and rough. It Italed
and I began to scratch It. It Ithobed
so that sometimes I could not sleep all
night. I was suffering very much. I
used salve and kat they '
did not seem to help,-e. This went .;',.'
on for six or seven months. Then t '-.
tred reslnol ointment sand reeinel -
soap. I used them one night. In the
morning, to my surprise, my hand was :
all well and the trouble bas nevero-
turned. This is the absolute truth."-
(Signed) Miss Cella Kleinman, 61 Co- .
lumbla St
Nothing we can say of res iel .- .1
equals what others, such as MIss
Kleinuman, msy al t It d to 11Aw
qut ly, easily sa at little et. S .
-a ol "atabtd.ai teeloil 0
hr all dragglatu.-'4d. ^ '
k' 8o1
as9V lhed

w~4- t oinusC

i~m bcu th

64C Dan"msheeffltuhijply. o'Rat
wmg eB~s "gt; spesh
-.ihm she po aus blue i iowigili
11", do, xu. feao s-e ebed-v

1 tlbelip

e*~ewome-1WIat b--eik -or

Mrt4w, Iwo ph- 'q.I avytowled.
"florant. "W "etirs too -nowE to
yoq toduEm. Abuy-I -cian'twear

anWc sad "ftkqb*s lWithabull-
-f~uutews wmgb." Owas.srim#e'

*U endlem

4"..l-,at stdie at I& ste, the tths
*4'.Ito I

0e4 I. to worship panagseeni
bas. tional4 larne busmhsis. boen
brought rmUeatlaly to tbs point of a
atlese. Loids" Asee remarks.
and led of out little ftots have
been asoertsled by these who have
studied It.
ONO staWs, for tIstane woret best
I wady weather, as 4d .1t rain work-
eir the reass bei that Ia waindy
weather the ordinary more or lees
exhausted ity aStmophere s driven
out by velumese of ftsh oxyge.
There le the same dteremoe ID the
quantty and quality of work doae In
oflce- as th e is between that done
In nvatlated and well ventlllated
workabops, ad fto the same aseon.
No brain worker works as keealy In a
staff room as an stairy oe.
Damp, dul weather Ms little or no
efedt on the output of wtor tn offlee.
but It has In wdrushope. MLanual la*
boe is )e edelont ia damp than' n
dry air, the resase Is that the molat
air acts as a conductor of electrielty
sad drains away the natural dlotriol-
ty of the body nto the iround. Thts
does not oet he brats, but'ealy the
museles and thq SrtLa

*ene Aaitee' janbe *eU--I-
* There was a crowd of people.i thi
I a -d t~4mat store ba iutuna
toie Jeveal u0 teMO s W ere oated-
M pound { lastet. whMAb held the

his toon pobe 1t0 way thnlouh -e
S"tea 6 sMilo towuse tra- right
iay: I ast to etab m Wlar," be
S a M o b e a*s p*" e a tsor

S- a wu beW g W -wpt*4V at a
nag enaipaot.I an. d -n, ,,a

|. h. ..... "What will

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Woomiau ikes.

'A CA~oel Hist.'
"Upon my word, der, the M k
made me ohaang oantemaane, -
"Well, not for th betbor.". ,
18 a o .,,d -..tem
_d-A ^ dqa^ -iktt --- "

The'&""ageMan tbink hlinte'll.
gone* Is above the aveffte. -
To remWove WORMeu s afr

itIL a'firi hadsh@"I eynke

Guru nat *4d" S& -as I~ ~:
homme. AMv.
A homely i oti'P-As o~

Dahem ot )iVrb.

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UDDEN wealth
brings discontent
and ambition to
Daniel Slade. His wife,
a simple, home-loving wo-
man, who shared his days
of poverty, fail to rise to
the new conditions and he
decidde to divorce her in
f(vor of a beautiful young
woman. Slade wins politi-
cal hoors but loses-
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The Great Essential.
A twelve-year-old boy went Into a
ghoe store. "What chn I do for you?"
asked the salesman. "I want to buy a
pair of slippers, lse 0, to give to my pa
on his birthday.' "What price slip-
pers do you want' "I don't mind the
price," said the boy, "but please have
the soles thin and soft."
Metal Soles for Farm Shoes.
Shoes with aluminum soles are now
made for farmers, and laborers who
are required to work in water or on
damp floors. The top of the shoe Is
of leather and the sole is a continuous
piece of aluminum which covers the
etire bottom and folds up along the
sides. Between the foot and the
metal is a heavy felt insole, and the
heel has a core of wood to decrease
Its weight. I;ack of flexibility in the
sole is made up for by a bar under
the ball of the foot, which gives a
buoyant roll to the step and prevents
flat-footed walking. Aluminum is used
In preference to any other metal be-
cause it combines lightness with great
durability, the soles wearing longer
than rubber and being more imper-
vious to water. The shoes are made
in three heights and are comparative-
ly inexpesive.-Popular Mechancis.
"Faking" Hotel Bills.
An under clerk In a big New York
hotel was discharged for one of the
most extraordinary reason that ever
put a hotel clerk out of a job. iHe
was detected in making out fake bills,
and selling them to people who wished
to give the impression that they had
been guests of the house. "I found
plenty of customers, too," he con-
fessed when cornered. "A friend of
mine who makes the rounds of cheap
hotels drummed up trade for me on
shares. He picked out people who
couldn't afford to stop at our house,
but would like to make everybody
back home think they had been here.
They were willing to pay for some-
thing to back up their assertion, and
I helped them out by selling receipt-
ed bills."
Uncovering Burled City.
Under the direction of the Italian
minister of public instruction, the an-
cient city of Veil, near Rome, and the
most famous of all buried cities, is to
be excavated on a large scale. On
various previous occasions the site hap
been tapped, the working being very
limited, but sufficient to arouse curi-
osity concerning the mysteries of the
Etruscans. Veil has been in the minds
of"people who have known about it for
many generations, although dotabt as to
its existence ha been expressed br

powerful of the twelve cities of the
Etruscan league.
Preacher's Mixup,
The following ls said to have been a
preacher's peroration: "We pursue
the shadow; the bubble bursts, it
leaves the ashes in our hands." A
London preacher a short time ago In-
vited "young men and women of all
ages" to attend his meeting, which
reminds one of the memorable exor-
dium of the nervous curate: "Younpg
ladies, or perhaps I should say young
women, for I wish to embrace you
all." Nervousness Is, Indeed, account-
able for some curious mistakes and
laughable incidents. The preacher
must have been nervous who gave out
this text: "Heaviness may endure for
Joy, but night cometh J4n the morn-

The New Baby.
Edwin Wallace Dunn was Invited
over to lee the three-year-old son of
Charles King and Lllah Rhbdes the
other day, who, by the way, has been
,e t dubbed Charles King, Jr. "And I sup-
pose the baby locks exactly like
Charles King?" Dunn was questioned
upon his return to headquarters.
* "You're wrong," he answered, "he
looks exactly like a cross between a
broiled lobster and a pug dog."
1DUC J Harold was attending a fashionable
tea with his mother, and had eaten
more candy than could be hygenically
approved. "Just one more piece,
muvver!" the little lad 1paded. "Well
-just one peppermint," mother con-
ceded. "Harold, reaching for another
kind" of chocolate drop., smiled radio.
V antly up into the reprosing maternal
ver, Mil* counteassc. "Maybe it has pepmint
fhside," he explained.
Quips and Quiddtietl.
A olderr crossing thebarrack
square with a pall met a sergeant,
who noticed that Pat was wearing a
* Crystal vrwy disreputable pair of trouers. In-
atronag tending to report him for unsoldierly
appearance. he stopped him and
asked: "Where are yo goingT? "'ro
of your st *ome water, sor," swwered Pat
"What, In thoM trout r "O, Sir.
In the bpl."-4atqrday fvelaa Post.
we are,
a do they means by attatfd''
an tWRl Maoa s ua is et e 'who

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Re&ad te ad of Mr.E. A. Allen
it thi issue.
Mr. J. Williams of Homo
-m or iu in twi tai wy.
Read.thbe heard of thanks of
S. Feluberg & bSon. -
On Tuesday .elioU, July 14,
will occur t* e eeod O
contest, giveisn b
agpmeuta, 'at

oents W1h

their famiile

gamesb.tibapdb4 ~ bq5
Ote,. LeOAD.

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lan orftkota

The pOim*electtionof-as 61
low ik *ffb pf th tpw
Of ,~i

T 064*4s ig

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S8ws>t ho "tantS
s^^^^^ eeke greaow

boy, be toet oth.t

ige aIt you, but I can't rgt
at y have me or the
last sn years"-plt bigastno.

Teaches Aid Movement.
Thb iBtentional Coalmmisin tor
Ih0 south lfygtsohars nepuinsnftaw
ft m twopty-wo couatrse. It
tb*o ola Berln lb 10w and
the growth el the movemenato have
doeqtal aspeteo in theschools has
bern phesoenmal. Germany w.pt*
te its los.a vitality through e.
fet/oe teea ta be more than P.0,,
0 per ayg, 4dspite the tut that
pbout i.00 en'al cin e have bee
lbhed. Ta o:-n in a h. public,
e s hove' beaW of great elp in
* blloe nsceesioty for mouth

"- i't Profted by Text.
.-*wkotIay ,Abtteion. peace of a
tailyt rdelrw dispelled by
.of coflcn e
64P-. th, "d.e"-" % -by i
the 'res "TYea san't bag It
thae) "I ll too." intakee it
sot, "I 'WOWt let ywi"' "TO wil,.

Ju. a ep, t "& .m'tt"

a..*Ob e. emt
1" t us t 0 1e6t dos

polw twftoendq lnW, .
Weim f to-be s a I
hl e yo*ee6. man hege *
ohwatuealist. a o n ,i

no/ i~,Xw/^ bow"*.?

O'. w0De '"4 04 6
X-11 lery ca m 0 nwtg a i erntua
lhop With rather a reputaIon fpr
ty, who roe to address the
hMe ofros on some important quoes
dbn. He begh: "I wll divide my
speDh lato 1t head." HiS lIsteners
ahivered, and thought of the door. Just
thae Lot. Sallabury got oen his legs,
and begged to Interpose With a liUtle
aen"ote. "A friend of mine," said
the noble marquess, "was returning
hoae late one night, when, opposite
St..Peter's he saw a drunken man try-
mta to ascertals the time on the big
clopk there. At that moment, It be.
gan to strike, and slowly tolled out
IS. The man listened, looked hard
at the clock, and jald: 'Confound you.
w#y spuldn't you have aild that all
at eone?'" The chamber, needless to
my, resounded with laughter, in which
the bishop heartily Joined; 4ad, what
Is mo took the hint.

Tlekled a Mule.
tilUe Paul Prpare had heard the
mules laugh, or at least make noises
that somded like laughter, and so
then .he saw a sad-faced Jack stand-
ins ls near a'stable at Cypress av-
ease 4d Troutman street, Brooklyn,
he decided it should be cheered up.
LItUtePaul--he Is five year old and
Ityes at 81 Wyckoff avenue-got a
straw and tickled the.mule's ear. Their
mule sort of gtalned and' shook its
head, but didn't*hee-haw. Then lttle
Paul .tried sigan. This time the mule
whirled about quickly, raised his hqels
--a the next sounds thit little Paul
hsa were the clang of an ambulance
bell and the hee-haw-of #t mule, com-
bined. The surgeon fromtheGoerman
hospital bandaged up Paul's face and
hands, upon which be had slid along
the street after alighting. Then his
mother took imA home.-New York

Argues With the Hen.
A quaint little story IS told of the
early dIys of MIts lies Milhollan,.
"the most beautiful suffragette In
America," as she hap been called, who
Was married secretly during her visit
to London. According to the bride's
father, It smas that eyes as a baby
eke was very strone-wlled. One day
khe aumne came In despair to Mrs. MUl.
bhiad ad Amnounced that she had
onati Oma athe top o a haystack
Lt~2ew M. ,stand o
to MIBM t *kaiU ta m

in 100 to
It from Pm a r
iI per cent. In t*e a period. Zn.
ports to other* parts of the world i -
ereased 7 per seat. Thp department
of eoumroe In a statement says;:
"The most rapid gIlns Is the exaorti
during ta periodwo urred In ohe
traes IthArgntt land aL The
value pof erchandl exprdt to
Argontima tn 1i00 was $11,000.., sad
.in i<8 ,over .8,75o0,0; to bsll, in
1wo, ol5WWoo ad 1n l18. (42,4.6-
000 Cuba showed marke4l- n. >

,qHman Shila a Pollahf
chaoe Jposessed the skin beet adapt.
ad for.pellahig purposes, but reeent-
ly toIn a dlig Jeweler's shop I
learn Otbete., N othing, It seema,
can tahrt such a luster to' plate
the humk.t skpn, and, all the best
titles re polished, quit literally, by
haad-rubbed gently by tVe lowe
arc of the had at the bseo( 'tho
thum, .* -e eep a gI to do noth-
ing el*." ad my noeM t., and M j
e fleted that I had dIoverwd a new
taantri aad a new dodanltine of
'phlm ol."-Loedon Chronlel.

oilenee" "
A ew T..rk potuema, stump
p .ta a^ns~lghbta ctty, waa

who kest tasmuth I AIrl l n
sofy te posfiefRo n 's : '4# the Ls-
tiemals at t"e bak of the ba.who is
so asiona that t a-ell-a hoA

ofi e u a t t the elbsman'
tn of b 4 toa o

v'eahwfl ep ae a M ,a l I*.
.*est wIseInu tiI ty. *of t

uabe her yI lelolt of

( Hbt Urn WfM Wy-Weds,
Uwm ABy r lule l t t r
daughters that they mat try to love
tpir husband's riatitvf Jut as well.
as they love theft own? Very ftw-
and many willasert that no aeuh In-
struction shmld be given; but some
of U think tha t ought. It toIs a te
thing to to--fr the hasnees are to0.
000 to one that so girl could eOr o0
so far as tha, try as faithfully -as she
might. But she ca-surely learn to
love her husband's family, and she
will add Immensely to his comfort by
so doing. Their "ways" are doubtless
very different from hers. Sometimes
they receive her with coldness and
suspicion; but by practice and kind-
ess and loving attentions she can
usually win them. It is her mother's
part to teach her this patience and
kindness before she is married. The
art of being a good daughter-in-law is
a noble one, and like all other arts
it, ean, to a gonalderable extent, be
taught-Ldslle's Weekly.
Wat Deeter Can Beat Thief
ah lees than tlr e months a phy-
alcian of Portland, Me., has treated
profelonally five patients represent-
nla five suooslve generations of the
same family, beginning with a center
narian and following In the direct line
of decent down to her great-great-
grandson. He first attended the old
lady, who was ninety-nine years old,
for senile gangrene resulting. n her
death. During her Illness hbe was
called on to prescribe for her daugh-
ter, aged seventy-five. Next this
daughter's son, a florist, aged fifty.
fell Ill and required attention. Foi-
lowing him, a son, a clerk of twenty-
seven, found himself In need of medi-
cal aid. And lastly to the clerk's wife
was born a male child, whom the doc-
tor was called upon to asslist Into
the world, as he had been summoned
to ase the great-great-grandmother's
exit tfrm it barely three months be--
Why Cata on Vesoela.
People often wonder why seataring
men are so fond of taking cats with
them on a voyage. This Is explained
.by two circumstanoe. Marine inaur-
ance doi npt cover damage done to
cargo by the depredations oVrats;
but If the owapr of the damaged goods
can prove that ship was sent to sea
uaturnihbed with a cat, he oan recover
diaage front the sahpmaster. Again,
h ship fmod a wsith s h no limng cres.
t0" 4e b d oonidered a Lderet',
fttt :. to th a ., the
Awl n I Ji- haa.m

Personally appeared before me, the n *
dsgnd authority:

Notice tI herby gTen that we, the under.
signed, intend to apply to the Honorable
Park Tramnell. Governor of the State of
Rlorldceon thelth day of July. 1914. fqrlete
tes Patent Incorporating The OMYTTAL
lowing proposed charter:
Dr. J. M. Irwin,
J. B. Cutler,
Edward onaklin,
Frederick Van Roy,
L. 8. Sparkmnan.
Rev. W. J, Frost,
W. S. Vivlin.
Geo. W. Hyde.
H. 0. Miller,
A.. ng.e.
A. D. Williams,
J. D. Juhan.

Proposed Charter of Crystal River
Electric Company.
The undersigned persons, desirous of
forming a Corporation, hereby file in the
office of the Secretary of State, of the State
of Florida. thij their proposed charter In
writing, whifh eame i prolprly acknowl-
edged In accordance with the laws therefore
made and provided.
The name and style of the Oorporati( n
proposed shall be ORYSTAL RIVERB LE.
TRIO COMPANY; that lts principal place
ofbusinessshaltbein the town of Orystal
River, FIa..and its busine shallU be eon-
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.
The general purposes of the proposed cor-
poration and the general nature of (he bust-
ness to be conducted by did corporation,
shall Ixo to furnish, transmit, convey, trans-
port and deliver, heat, power and light, by
electricity orotherwise, and toacquire, con.
struet, dispose of, hold, maintain, operate
and lensme to, or rent front others. all ternil-
nals, 8t ructures, appliances, and ofier prop-
erty. r-al or personal, useful in carrying out
any lawful purpose whatsoever: to produce
ana otherwise acquire and to furnish and
distribute electric current orother mechan-
leal power, for light, heat and power, or
other purposes, both qubllc and private.
To produce, manufacture end otherwise
prepare, and to deal Inw and with. any ma-
terials, machinery appliances, supplies or
products whieh may be used In or in con-
nectlon with anyof the objects'aforesaid; to
build, own apd operate recreation and
anfmiement piers; to buy, sell, lease, mort-
agei, real and personal property; to Issue
bonds., ertitleates and debentures of lndebt-
edneu of every legal nature, either secured
Awu-esodredf to apply fot, obtain, own.
tleae or 9therwie Lquire franchises, rights,
.aeemeats, and to carfy on any other bn.-
neswhw oeTer. Whieh hearbrantlondtay
dee propeO eonenlst boe Ps rred pa
Janeooa sioa 'withany of the IorAotD mr-
ses, to 0 ese askeh.*ud every the Nov-

.Ii be'div.d law Gite'theussad
,j,0U ) sharps so pr vala 'of Ten "joll4r
(o1),00aehb, payable in Cash or ila prosrt ,r
bher or servole at a Just valuation there-
of, to be Aed by the lloorporators, or by
1he Dirfctors fl the Company, at a meeting
or meettleg eallbe for such purpose; stook
may be aild for in such amomint and on
snch terms and conditions and In such in-
stallments as fSay be provided from time to
time by the Board of Direetorf.
AR'*WLU pr.
The term fqr which this corporation shell
elit shall be forms 'period of ninety-nine
(W) years fresh dattof the issuance of Let-
ters Psatot.
The business of taid corporation shall be
conducted by a Presdent, a Vice- President,
a ere say, a Treaurer, and a Board of
bitieetors eonsisting of not more than seven
P) nor lee than three (8) stookholders. The
directors shall be elected by the stockhold-
ers At each annual meeting. All other of-
foers ofthe corporation shall be elteted by
the dirdetors, and any two offiees may be
held by the same person. Thelntiallteet-
'Ig 9f this corporation shall be feld on the
3rat,ftbesday In Ortober of each and, every
year. bejlinning with the year 1914. Unless
otherwie arranger andebthe by-laws. Un-
til the first officers are electedend qualled,
the foUnownsaoflbers shall sati
Dr. J. M. Irwin. Presldent
J. B. Cutler. V.Presalent
Edward conklin .ee, and Treass.
The highest amount of Indebtednes or
liabiliy to wleho this somuany may t en
stime boe R.taeIf,h. ll be o undmred
TheeedtbpUiersf itO .) i ; -
SThe nassB ad re_ iMM of te ,.bsert.
hes. aed tfte quMsOtu f stoek subeeribed tor
brveMb reM sfol s, ,-
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ish and Decorating.
Estimates furnished.


monuments and Iron Fence

Can furnish the same on
short notice. .Satisfac-
tion guaranteed. Call
in person or write me at
Crystal River.

W. !H.' IORAN.

Little Girl Gives Infant TWO Dais
S Pellets, Whioh Cause Opnw
and Death.

San Jose-Pills ooataaning trIu -a
alae were fed to the elevei-mnMS .
old son of Silvio Del Pot a .
peter, by the childs *es .te
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dome. Nearly two dosen '
by the child. .
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Reference Room tfr WOme -k '
, The Chicago public library h as
study for women, which, l istemed
for the accommodation of women a-I
trons of the library" engaged In re
search, seeking aisltani to-i':
preparation of speoal subjects, and It
Is especially Intended for the use of
women voters. A speetal mremeae
room for women ha been opened t I.
the main library. There an 2M6 ve.
umes on political Subjeets.
C.Ohlne Levgase Leade.-
It wa recently stated by Pofsemsr
Kirhofe that Chinese is the most pop .
air language Jathe world. It ls
spoken ,y four hundred million per'
sons. Hindoostanl is spoken by .u
ward ofone huanred million; nMglish
by more than one hundred million;
Russian by morq than seventy millUemn.,:
Oerman by fifty-eight million; Span
ish by forty-five million; ad freh .
by only forty million.

/ Undeerable. e
"Are they deiable teahnt'
"Der me, no, They're aleb people.
but they've got fer chbllr".',*4. -
trUlt ree Pree.

a'bm Voso. i-4-1.
SAAlbana.t .Wieg -ese .
Ohari l CrOl e of Obf G 1,
partiulanly lterested oIn
of tg Amerian ElsiNes selk t
KorVtu, Albanla. ad t- eforts
ar being made to enlalg* It Img (f t
gi olls eilege. Btorethe Baelae ^
sthe Tufrk, ae

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J IB.Outler
Prededok Van Roy
L..8 Sparkman
W. a. Vivian
G. W. Hyde
Rev.W. J. rest
A. D. WMillams
J. D. Juban-
Edward Oonklina
HQO. Miller
A. S. Ktag
personally known to mu and known by me ,
to be the persons whO signed the foregoing
artlcl acknowledged before me that they signed .
the same for the purposes therein con-
tained. .
In witness whereof, I have hereunto Met
my hand and affixed my offetal pealitis .
1ath day of June.-1914.
My Commission expires June II, loll.

W. S. PAUL Jr.




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Dark Parks and Bashful Moon,'Loers Spoon

W ASHINGTON.-At times Harry will be found with his head In Minnie's
lap, with Minnie smoothing hbi damp brow and waning him. Again.
Frank and Florence may be more ardent, or the night may be cooler, and he
will have his strong arm preane pro-
tectingly around ber hetoldr. Ia
this arrangement io always rester her
Slightly tinted cheek on Frauk's elesa
shirt just below the cllar. Frank
then has a blush coming to him whea
the boys ask him wJat hipihid to
bhi shirt. Positions without number
may be assumed by thee spooning
couples, some even preferring to walk
along the shaded paths with their
heads tightly -lasped or their armn
twined like Ivy across each other's
shoulders. A fortunate Investigator has reported that he has discovered a
couple, Sally, weightng nearly 210 and Archer, dise, two and six-elghths.
which invariably assumes the poeltlon of Sally-on-the-lap-of-Archer.
Taken as a whole this class of spooners is an Interesting one for the
curiously Inclined. We have them, and the police have not rid us of them.
so why not study them from a s9ological or anthropologloal point of view?
Specimens might even be secured and mounted. A new fad! Let's start it.
Oh yes, stranger, those wide, cool, open green squares and triangles
known as the parks of Washington are Inhabited. In broad daylight we see
nurse and tiny children enjoying the protecting shade, but at night--h at
night--we do not see the denizens of the park, who are enjoying the protect-
Iag darkness. How do we know there Is any one there? We fall over them.
Can anyohe venture Into Lafayette square or Franklin park or Lincoln
park or any dark place -provided with benches these summer evenings with-
out feeling the presence of these amorous mortals?

Says Capital Policemen Always Have Manners

COURSE, Pittsburgh tay need a school of manners for her police-
SV men as she does for some of her millionaires. Washington policemen
ba e their manners before they get on the force."
MaJ. Richard Sylvester smiled
grimly as he read the dispatch from
Sthe Smoky city reciting the frantic at-
' tempts being made to civilize the po-
lioe. Director of Public Safety C. S.
Hubbard, the report said, is going to
have classes where young cops will
learn to be kind to dumb drinkers and.
ardent automobilists.
"How about a course like that
here?" was suggested to the major.
Search policemen to cut out the rough .
work with burglars and thugs and al .
ways speak gently to secon4Astory workers. ;
The major ponderedthe Idea for a moment- Thf h ) a ..:-
," :' -. "It we Washingn po Ve* m.''a.ald he. \
ftseoUaP, US tow*- S'1* I & lAwpe .
H. -: About every third perso In Waulnston luis a diplot tio attach or a
S"Can you Imagine what would happen In hhis city If the police force
developed the habit of clubbing military attaches and chiefs of government
"*-^iM; ", bureaus.? "
X The interviewer passed the, buck.
"You see," continued the major. "policemen In Washington have civility
preached them before they get on the force. I believe that Washington
policemen have more tact than the police of any other city in the country.
theusy e too much force-get too free with their clubs-they quickly ap-
-pear before the trial board."" A

When- Little Boy Met the "Man of Impprtance"

A MAN of Importance-you can always spot him by his "air"-was favor-
S- Ing the White House neighborhood with his stately tread when a small
boy stopped him. He was seah a tiny boy as to still be wearing white kilts
and a shiny red belt. and he talked
with a baby lisp. In his outstretched
hand lay a dead sparrow.
L "Make him go-." The child aid
It as imperatively as it the Important
"man were his very own daddy-"I
/ / ^picked him up and he won't go-
-Make him fly-far."
To be requested to make an ex-
Sceedingly dead bird fly la too much to
ask of any man of Importance.
S. "Throw that tling back In the
street. How do you suppose I can
make it fly?" said the "Man of Importance."
"Wine hibl up. Wif a key-"
Perhaps he was an unfortunate man whose overimportance had hindered
him from an acquaintance with little children and wound-an toys, forbe-
merely dung the proposition aside and resumed his stately treading.
And perhaps-again-he would have been ashamed of himself If he had
turned back and seen the tiny kid with the bird In his outstretched palm.
and on his face the bewildered hurt at doubtless the first rebuff he had
ever received In all the four years of his life.

Fishing for Pastime and an fncidental Income

F ISHINGO I a pastime and an Incidental Income, or rather, outgo, with a
large number of the people of Washington. Very traveler alo6g thew
sid"e of the rocky reaches of the river above Washington has probably noted
the signs "Bait for Sale." "Boats for.
Hire" and other signt put up for the' r
beaefit (perhaps) of prospective fAsh.
there Is a little industry, though,
at Georgetown to which the writer
Means to call attenlUn: As the city
ears ntboemd resob th intersection
of Tbirtyelxth and Prospeot streets. -
or Thrteth street and Pospect
aoue, of, a a"y .ratq. the polat .
where soft dribk sisr are posted all
ver the old Mitb tottae umasy e
aspal boy tempt paDeD withh assee of wr0igg0 b e Thesw woys
, ,iplag toes e mar m "Plel worms," ao "eeBsh. u.' They he
tte M Jnl %e ( ff* 4% MA M1 ; as. and fg 1 4-
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Deegates Freom Both Cities Will Pre-
sent Their Claims to Senate
Finance Committee.

Tallahassee.-One of the most Im-
portant events that is interesting the
people of Florida during the warm
weather Is the fight between Tampa
and Jacksonville for the United States
customs headquarters. The headquar-
ters Is now located at Jacksonville,
that city having wrested it from Tam-
pa. There ls now a ,bill before the
finance committee of the senate pro-
viding for the return of the headquar-
ters to Tampa.
Delegations from both Tampa and
Jacksonville are preparing to go to
Washington for the purpose of urging
their respective claims. The represen-
tatives from both Tampa and Jack.
sonville claim they have accumulated
sufficient proof that the headquarters
should be located in their respective
The contest for the headquarters Is
not alone with these two cities, for
almost every port on the Florida coast
Is interested and have cast their sup-
port with either of the two cities Ac-
cording to a dispatch from Jackson-
ville, that city will receive the sup-
port of a number of cities, Including
Key West, the city farthest south. In
lending their aid to 'acksonville Key
West claims their port can be reached
quicker from Jacksonville than from
Dispatches from Tampa state that
that city is expecting little support
from !other cities in the fight for the
headquarters. Their chief claims will
be that Tampa pays 78 per cent. of
the customs collected in that district,
while the collections at Jacksonville,
there claim, are .much less.

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Tallaha.eee"- ,etr' to t- e ar.
tile from Was.ln.to paibllsb It a
number of lotidauipe p m I oa b t
Is stated '"ti twaoana 4ol0l
be available to the s"tld of rira
for the asking on July V1" the-MI ey
being appropriated ainer the flth-'
Lever agricultural bill, ov. -Park
Trammell state j)at hot a a.
ago be took this nmat ,up wh the
department at Wahutgq eq.Jbu
made the. neea ry apAla* t.e
fund on beal of toe ts i ',or-
ida. The governor makes thlis gW
meat, as the Waslngtom artileW ear.
ries with it at Ifast an Inforeae tVWt
no claim for the.ftnd has be"e s ade
by this state.


The,city commissioners oft, Pea
cola Introduced a new health ori-
nance which contains very stict pr>.
visions relating to keeping presalisa
In aanltary condition.
Largo, St. Petersburg's energetle
neighbor, Is to spend in the next year
a total of $65,60 for Improvemest,
according to a decidon reached at -a
meeting of the city council with It
L. West.
Considerable Interest is N
at Gainesville In a proposed ot.
nance whiqh came before the 3 1
council it an adjourlAid meettn. Jt la
destined to prevent the sale of. Itoae
icating beverages nla atnesvilyU4 is
much more explelt than the diadNIE
under which itlMtel whlsI **flO5'
have been dealt with heretofore.
Trustees of the local lop Oat Ms
sons and the committee appetetl h-
the head of the order hope erI&
a Masonic temple in St. 2 l6, .a n
this fall. A prospectue will aflt to
each member of the order hw.4hld to
aek of the Masous who .gaeqd the
winter in St. Petersburg. Thbe,-eal.
malttee expects to have the | t
poanpleted in a few days, w~etai, i
wilH be mailed o -t.
An investigatih at the psr otf
C. lcClure rw the recovery 9 00
with lterest. which he pe-I4(: h4
ct*y of St. Petereburg tor at -1a
ohane, which weae awarded M l.i
d-oaf at a bme-bw rd. l


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Palmetto Plane Extensl of devr ge
System; ImprovementOf Wtof ,
PlantansP fl l'-

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fat i --4n!jilt orth91d elatarwn (
pNl T. =ma1ider wV go tora jt
tp ig ; The qity wil speed 410,0W
or pavin and this mus an exs d.
itars of 1t0,00W for pving a. the a,
paiya .a-thrl and the abettlsng t
ertr owners two-thlrda.. the watOr-
worth plant at Palimetto leto be put
t god coa4tiom and that ofty wia
get Oraiw daslsestaf ttar re tanur.
a i'bthi. a Iating t third elass
etbid of fort olaas. *


Recall Provided Is New Otty Charter
.11Will Given lift -e
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St. Petersburg..-Aa election to. -
eboogg City co..mshalonei will be held w
h*o.0y'" It. 1Ai9L PeoftbP at
that tie-wilt out a for the lmi aie
the'recall provitolo of the naw char- -
ter. The call for the electioft was
nMd by ei-ty coainM sioaers after
thoy had-beetn died that it we not
aeeoary -to waet live dayis ,aays l
@ettiflcat hea tO t is
tnommissner waeres el ,T)

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Rev. Father Curley le Yengt Priedt
elevated to the Ofa e-
ilehoprie.. ,

St. Augustlne.-BeSUUtitUllr
ed for the solemn occaenas end. *-
ed to the doors with both 1at1el0sW
and Protestants the Cathedral aT40l,.
scene of one of the moat immiresive.
ceremonies of the Roman Cathol6o
faith, the elevatioPS of a prIet to
bishopric. The Rev, Father Michae
J, Curley with this ceremony become
bishop of the diocese of St. ABgusttIe,
youngest, bishop of his church int te
It was but a moment aftet the toDok
in the Cathedral tower lied ounadd
the hour of nine when an expeo0tt
hush fell over the vast aue bsdi.
No one was admitted after o'dlok0,
but the Cathedral was crowded long
before them. Hundreds paftbe the
street in a vain attempt to 8tan en-


Key West Offcials Wages Relentless
War on Alleged Gambling Houmen
ef City.

Key West.-This city has a Carrie
Nation II in the person of Chief ot
Police Whitmore Gardner. When Chief
Gardner was elected to this office last
fall he promised the voters that he
would leave no stone unturned In his
efforts to stamp out gambling in the..
community. That he has met with
some success is evidenced by the fact
that there is less gambling here now
than for years past. When prepared
.for a raid the chief equips himself
with a sledge hammer, which he car-
ries concealed beneath his coat.
When he and his men "rush" a house
things happen quickly. The chief
wields his sledge like a veteran, and
he has not yet encountered a door
which could resist his vicious attacks.
His last raid resulted in the capture
of a roulette wheel and a bollto lay.

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peol ly far siaee w ++.
Tevhua Flve or eF -dNm 4hI '
any caIe, and if take the 8* il
the fever wil not Utum. -j.ilI. M .

Why ,Have -.. _u.'
What good !a e

quently recurrhtg gaseelo W gll .lg -" ..
justified by the nwgthI'-Vmuu&@.
been round In s b aa o1 wIn- &.
ter, the Baltimose #T ld wkIrk .*:
was found in uriw y a w
last ThMursday. t i*t dleMsm n t "
had satmiedby the a- wM i a- edft

girlen w mund to et nt th .of

stances of bher ide were M4 4 -
call. f!9
coroner' s, 4itg
tle of his i -ib"
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04VMACIM JUIrr 5 til

":Wag Popo a Olivm. luth Wastalking about the H1
Is. Well M g** on 6% m les' W maW "I1 e1ed w on an olbM.iUliao
t n Ar4 4 0asso he me h w be dt 1oe cernalg ap investMent the otb
ir H.h. 000r the phd e te ePp11 o b nodbb to b %e ad. "aad, as I took leave
14 41 lbr twe fyh labl"the *ld boy eat Iat o th hall a
H"ear trt y by-abotut
.......ai*^^ SwMSoa *and Dff Pka m a y 7 (f *0oU. BX
l *iea lotUest i it n at odeorum; buta in
....leng h drttig qb am at, rhe o
g n rend oMA .IMOS c wknow Aso '&a pretty girl,
SBein. dA eyo to me "imy real bar,
oasnom forl-ith-but ftewqa a terribly
Ii'b. anen e
*t:iiirn otoI 'e^, he pthem.fit g
t a. -ooil @;am Pdr i, ad she
uaes it'o* a h Jemorn ia a U
bet to. it Mf Awdeth ngthet B
soDoakL is toa0tljit a1 so taekugs, I(

0- "a "Pa isa", dlae
e5igr -3 So r e if oIL rhubarb ... No,' me ay d 'Nos a don't
t soe t ** oobr yoshe's r ak odaural. h.nst C

.a soatd IaI .a om o- that V
M. .Of H te tk w'R roa..D Or aEAa8nl aof" aag' I S
at M have M* as tly t 11, t 4 e from ro om if chait

ta01t(I.b a m. "wldf o g o Molow by 1 nleo mad to L enm on
su ear willb e l aM* Peter e ubf her1,#"ota. -- t he s I.oee I n't.
wepuieel dU s o r p o rhrb. If Otherhuar
s mi~, moetiw it up, and p.eat of gJ Ws sd wilt i r aoltCe harity, Mwade.I
viae uIs Thswas o.moMfor fol'em o sn tsh's iy daughter. ust i
ltteM lia goMmlMes that &t froM olege.'"-New York W
M aiA f teau. 0mGs Ralfrod H. ow 'f oU, u, e
It. teeQ,,,ttplepiat be6ta TheOdsta-Baknmut rallroadwheh i Isat t
A bt tofrecipes w opened for traffic In meay, int:ainuasd Iu
or uMt h av t u troUp hwthe 114." reduces the 4ltas sefrom Odesws l
_11111 618134 e ,t to "where so to MOScow by 120 Miles and to SL ou t h? 09 1 a e i*
11114106. ts we W P4dterbuzg by 115 mes. It tr4vw9Pi I t
l i w*Mrp"redlp090oth. the northwletei parnt of the Gowng.p Y3 wiWh
er uand Qs mother id." mnet of Kbera, aaM will sov the S
AVm J0W1oR0ubaub Po.-Dwbt* problem of grain traaportadiw for n tar3003S
4 IfU a.* pri baker yo h thto section. wSawm.
'M- 'All VunMf.noW t Upaa b

ooewd by bit. wle Wthrop&I
3S1. L F.D. W 1 e l COraPe e dttedbt In Prot. MWell lAi
0!; O.--Mey *1? booan with t00*wi priteznt at tbe 3oyalt'olleci
14b G*ig Itsao e 1aonon. t11aa beo an

and l8WS gros
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And feel youth thirst 1i~p'
Saway. Y6us11 hnisoh refreshed,
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French Market Coffee

Is Never Sold ,in Bulk!

No one can offer you "bulk
coffee"that Is satisfactory sub.
In the first place, the blend of
coffees that produce that rich,
aromatic flavor peculiar to the
genuine French Market Coffee
is a secret of the French Mar-
ket Millb.
In the second place, even if
the right blend was known, it
would be impossible to repro-
duce the old time French Mar-
ket slow roast apd grinding
process only obtainable by the

splendid machinery of the
French Market Mills.
In the third place, no one
could reproduce the French
Market process of packing cof-
fee-sintouched by Aumasn hand
-in perfectly sealed cans.
If the leading coffee experts
in the world cannot pickout the
best coffees until they are
roasted and seue'd in the cup,
how can you, Madam, afford to
buycoffee in bulk tbat'swithout
any guarantee as to its quality.
Let this coffee tell its own
story. Serve French Market
Coffee at every meal for several
days. Be convinced by actual
test that this is the best of all


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love to y..'"

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,-".* *i' oWr hbot, Mr.
Usah, the paper ar this moralan.
4s a .ba bt arta -
the N..Wr domsBt tkn
w it t's talklg atebottr Tknow am
well as I o that Sath I a me

Rlh Uncle4-t grleve as to *talh
that e7 waul wateepa satqmownsf
thrt a aeoae yours whe YI.o e .
... p4 h, Well. dl't .orry.
..Ks4 v.t awy ther lse..
w =*laws m

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Wd WTttle Is a L ogIsad Ipuer.
no. fellKq4 to iperkt a- hahe 91
a 4 behe,3 fOWnd 00attheoomsune
"m 84 14M haThe Lasg inead
fetmes havs e. deded to mantsmin A
6uru of =$AN" st" fpr th ppOes

Tuftht- A a 3 h ee ftmove.

Swe you know Uii y l vato always
meooe ta"ill4 g with thm legal w
, ,e of their ltent butanst"
"Wll, Neesl&ty, which le Invn-
t's mothk,. kows no law."

MMen lgh at f01tu tonly, but It
,toole them St I MesaM.

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so much to the building up of a
town and county, as does a news*
paper, by giving free advertising
to each industry established,
and e-couraging and helping
others to locate.
The paper is always untiring
in its efforts to encourage ithe
Supbuilding and advadcement of
the town and county.
S 'It takes money to meet expen.
ses. Now, it is up to the busi-

Snes men to help support an in.
atitution which is a necessity to
our town. If you refuse to ad-
S vertise in your home paper, you
simply show a lack of good judg-
--. ment, as the paper by free ad-
vertising, is always Ilstruiental
in causing more people to come
among us. More people, mean
Sore business to each concern
in the town; so in refusing to
support your paper, you are sism-
iP,. ply curtailing your owu business

and working against your own
interests, as woll as the best in.
terests of your town. We know
you don't want to be a' stum-
bling block in the way of the
town's prosperity. Come across.


Last Sunday night about 9
o'clock, the usual peace and
quiet of our town was broken by
two shot fired in rapid succes-
sion right in the heart of town.
Our citizens, much alarmed,
rushed in .he direction of the
shooting and found that Will
Loadholts, a negro, had been
killed by a load of buckshot,
just acots the street from the
post ofece.
loadholts had his right armn
obbttered, and -one buckshot
entered his right lung, 'causing
4dth Be ran about 70 yards,
ut~- being shot the first time.
fk-eond shot missed him:
i Wiu' ot the time of the
.,I ll wife., Osliia
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mased at the Pfstomec, Orystal River
rIsa, M ssood eltas mail matter, March

TrYastent advertisements 15 cents per
ihb set iasertion:biy the month, 10cents
wert lahebs Insertion. Special rates will
: ulvee advertisers wishing to contract for
advrtmlitc spe by the year. Local no-
Sies Se oun per iqe each Insertion.

Oommunlcostons on live topics, especially
of local Interest, are solicited. It Is unlder-
stood, however, that the publisher of the
Maws will not be responsible for oplninns
expressed by oorrespondents.


We are glad to see that tile
majority of the business men of
Crystal River are carrying an
ad in the paper. Nearly every
town of any importance in tile
state, has a good newspaper thru
which the advantages of tile
town and surrounding section
are set forth. These papers are
sent out to all points of the conu-
pass, in an endeavor to induce
immigration to the south.
We have the best state in the
south, and in our town and coun-
ty, we have one of the best loca.
tions in the state.
It is useless to say we need a
good newspaper here. The for-
mer owners of the Crystal River
News have tried for years to
keep up the paper, at an ex-
pense, mainly because of lack of
patronage. The present owner
and manager has taken hold of
the News with a determination
to publish a good clean paper.
In doing this, he is at a great
expense. The business has first
to be pulled out of the hole and
then built up from the start.
There is no half dozen con.
C ern combined, which donate

Nothi' Ik h'reby given tUlit ihq Ullndtr-
signed'l will apply to their Hon1. Pirk TraiTn-
inll (Ioternior tofh' Stat of Florida, onl
thi. 3ill .. y of .Inlly, A. 1i. 1!914, for hIvters
pittint incorporitlini (IUL1 FBrItEZP:l IS-
LAN I) ('tiM PANY under thi following pro-
posed clliirter.
Frederick Vnn Roy,
M. W. Hyde,
(u'o. WV. Hyde.
ThI'Iinie of this C(orporatlion shull 1
Its prillnipal office ailnd place of busine's 8 In
tI' town of Crystnal lRive'r, (Itrn's County,
Florida, iiaidliliy ollier Stllate oir forlllgl
countryI tI.hli' ugi raneliets, a4agnts or otnir-
wise, us iaiy be) iineissu ry 'and convenient.,
Thle gi'n'ritl natiire of the business to be
trainsaited liby sitld (iCrporill oIon and the olb.
j'ct lind purposes tht'reof are as fo'lows:
MS'ctlim 1. Totqulre lbypurchse orol li her.
wise. own, hold, luy, sOll. convey, lnase,
inortite oretiuiiimli'r re'il estate or other
property, p,'rsoniiil or mixed.
2. To sur\nsy Or subdivide, pint, implove
and develop lnnds for purposes of sale or
otherwise, and to donnd perform all tlilings
Ineedful and lawful for th development and
Improvement of the sainio for residence,
trade or busiluess.
8. To pirchuse, construct, lease. oprante
and maintain electric lightlug and power
nlinnt luildlnlltr nnatt.'ltlniit. miiLhlnerr.

appliancese,qniment.xure, g.asunrsti
and appurtenanpes.
4. To construct, purchase, or otherwise
maintain, repair and operate waterworks,
add to sell, lease or rent water and water
rights ii id prlvilegt's
5, To lniy, sell and gapeorilly trade In,
storo, enrry and transportall kinds of Roodxs,
wnres, iirelhanilldlK', provisions and sip-.
plies, niso builllnIg iiite'rlnl of every na-
6. To construct, eqtlp. improve, develop
alid control public works and conveniences
of all kInids, ln'udlilng pasisengerand freight
boats, ducks, harbors, pler, wharves, ena-
nals, rtse'rvoirs, sewernmes, drainage, sanl-
tary, water and gas, electric light and
power works, hotels warehouses and other
conveniences of public ut') or utility.
7. To g'nerrally do and perform ill neces-
sary acts and to exercise all of ite privl..
IKtes conferred by law upon corpoiotions of
like clhiiniettr, it not beng Iltensd iby the
enalliei'ill on len'rliibefore of specific powers
to limit or aibrihdge smuch other powers as
niny he iuiplledly fnhiiuded or vested in stnld
corpornilon by thli laws of Florida, orgen-
eral laws pei'rmiilinial to vcoporullons of a
likm oliirn'rtor.
To lintti ll rightly and pri'ovison.s 1m ein-
tiolled tI ctloniis Two Thousand Six luni-
dred and forty-three to Two Thousiid Six
Hundred alnd forty-lsx (2,uti to 2,fW) hlielu-
slve', of th' Statl stlltult'.
The auniount of til' capital stock author-
ized shall he FIve Thoti.utnd (i05,I0 Dollars)
divId'd Into Five iHundred Shares (f%)) of
the parviuLue of Ten ($1tX)) Dollanrs each.
All stock shall be payable In lawful money
of Unilted Statesof America or In property,
labor or services. at a Just valuation thereof,
to be flxe'd by the Incorporators or Direc-
torsof the Company, at n meUeing called
for such purpose. All shares of stock shall


Loadholtz. These negroes testi-
fied at thle Corcner s inquest,
that Loadholts as killed by l r.
Geo. McKinney. They also tes-
tified that an hour or so before
the killing, Mr. McKinney came
il)to Loadholtz's house and'
seemed to be drinking. That he
walked up to where several were
playing cards, and told them to
throw up their hands. Th(y
said that Loadholtz told him to
go on off and not be bothering
the bovs. That McKinney then
took hold of one of them, and
Loadholtz got up and came at
him, telling him to get out.
That McKinney then got out his
knife, and Loadholtz aind one of
the others caught him, forced
him to the dQor, and with their'
knees pushed hinm out.
Mr. McKinney was arrested
early monday morning, by mar-
shial Harvey, and taken in a car
to Inverness and turned over to
Sheriff Carter. He denied doing
the shooting, and had no trouble
giving the $1,500 bond, and was
Loadholtz was considered a
pretty good negro, and thl affair
is regretted.

Cry*tal River vs. Inernu
The Crystal River ball team
went over tc Inverness yester-
day afternoon arid played the
team of that place, with the re.
sult that our boys won the game
by a score of 18 to 5, Time and
and space prevent us from giv-
ing details in this issue.

Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Sour
Stomach, Furred Tongue and Indi-
gestion, mean Liver and Bowels
clogged. Clean up tonight. Get a
25c. bottle of Dr. King's New Life
Pills, today, and empty the stomach
and bowels of fermenting, gassy
foods and waste. A full bowel
movement gives a satIsfied, thank-
fill feeling---makes you fool fln&.
Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe.
25c., at your Druggist. r
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Burns.

The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which this Corporantion shall at
any time limiltltself shall be Twenty-Flve
Thousand 1[2,0E> Donllars.

be fully paid and non-assessable. The names and residences of the suhscrlb-
Ing Incorporators hereto, together with the
ARTIOLIEIV. number of shares of capital stock of the
The term for which this Corporation shall company subscribed by eacn are a follows:
exist shnitll be Ninety-nine (9ll years from Frederick Viii Boy lo0sihares, crystal Riv-
date of Issuance of Letters Patent. er, Fla.
M W. Hydw IN shares, Orystal River, Fia.
AIRTICUL V 0(,o. W; Hyde 125 shares, Crystal River. FiM
The business of the Corporation shall be In witness whereof the subscribing in
mann Zd by a President, Vice Prsident, Incorporators have hereunto sIttheir hand
a Seetary, a Trcasurerand a Board of DI- and seal, and executed the foregoing pro
rectors consisting of not less than three nor posed slrter this the ITr hdayof June. A.
inore than seven. Any two offlees except D. 194.
that of President or Vice President may w M. W. Hyde n s
held by one man and the same person. eo. W. Hyde.
The by laws of the Com pany may provide 'eW
Jor other officers ahdagents. TIe Directors STATE OF FLORIDA
shall be chosen annually by the s*tock- Oitrus Obuntr..
holden on the First listI TT lay in Nay of Before me the undersigned notary public
each year. for the State at large. personally appeared
The first meeting of'the stockholders for George W. Hyde, M. W. Hyde and Freder.
the purpose of perfeetitn the organlsatlpn lek Van Roy, each to me well known and
of the Corporation, adopting by-laws, elect. known to me to be the Individuals des.
Ing directors and transacting sueb other cribed in lnd who subscribed she foregoing
business may come before the meeMlag, poposed eharter and. eaeh acknowledged
hall be Ield witbin ten days after heelMr.- thot they eewoted the same ts' the Vpt.
tert Is nued, and untiltat"ilas, sagud tU ee theretlai speilfed. "
the offers whei elected shaU be umllfed, Witess el lnuld and ofmSel sg at Ofifi
te btustWe of the Corpoaton shall be t l BU r.0tltnp Oeupty. rt this h*
-ondgeted by the followiansl 0 o01es els aiotfJ A..Mtl. e.
Prederick Van Boy. PrMliptltt,'~ K.I. KI&
406. W.+.yde.eV#)y onmt. xdrMet ll.M


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A happy event took place on
the fourth.
It was the select family pie-vie
at Leevilla, the home. of the
rock crushing plant.
The place selected for the pic-
nic was the Club House, which
proved to be ideal for the occa-
sion, with its large furnished
rooms and spacious verandas.
On a long table on one of the
verandas, the dinner was spread.
Among the delicious .viands,
were Mrs. Slaugh's turkey dress-
ing and individual raisin tarts,
Mrs. Juhan's appetizing sand-
wiches and salads, Mrs. Cutler's
delicate layer cake and jellies,
and Mrs. Bowman's excellent
peach ice creaiii and sponge
gems. Other delicacies were,
fresh, home-made rolls, lemon-
ade, piccalilly, picKles and jel-
Puns and connundrums flowed
freely around the festive board,
Mrs. Bowman reunded a hunmir-
ous selection oni Tihe Burglar
and the old Maid," which was
greatly appreciated.
In the afternoon, some of the
party visited the rock mines and
crusher, which, under-the able
management of Mr. J. B. Cutler,
has become one of the largest
and best equipped plants of its
kind, in the state.
After the return of the party
to the Club House, luscious inel-
ons and peaches were served,
the products of Shady Lodge,
the home of Mr. E. T. Bowman.
As the shades of evening ad-
vanced, the party dispersed,
all declaring their supreme en-
joyment of tile most delightful
. Those participating were:
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Slaugh, Mrs.
Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bow-
ma Miss Alice Bowman, Mr.
Hu j Bowman, Mrs. Julihan and
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Deinpeey
Mayo, iMiss Lillian Clarkson,
Master Dempsey Mayo, .Tr., afid
little Miss Mary Mayo, of Ocala.
The latter party arrived by
automobile a little late, having
toured the county before reach-
ing their.dqUitnton.
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