Sf 6 fb T9 T m tr Or TOWN,
:.O~S T AOim L M IVER rLoX mA. FRIDAY.J
1r.J. W. l ey of t I
up. the river last Saturday t
8winney and W. H. O'Brian
0eM tb6111yoU owe Bring al yor clean cotton asut onemile fromCoTstl
/ we will pay oe pound for iver, t Mler oreek, as they
:)ild the advertisement of W. th7. drow nearer, the monster'Vve a
S. Solder, in this tes.e. J T te n d fml of A tremendous splash whIch
Mr.hnO'Brie penaew Vit he moved to rystil reatened to drown the party
dayinColthisweek. River. Mr. Daito ore as well as everything else on AS
river, and Mr.Gmilley made 1h.
Col. 14. Bareo, of Gainesville, discovery that it was a gmmpoo
was fith us several days lst What's the matter with our whale. Mr. Gilley 1isM htd
week. canto correspondent this much experience on the brioeyl'
week? We *missthenews frogm deep, and says he knows a whalb
Deputy shrif Allen made -the tere, and hope to getit reglar- when he sees one. He sythat.b
News011* a pleasant call whilee ly fter ts. it was 40 or 45 feet in lenilr*
u Orytal lat weekt r l Satu
in Crysl last weekswat M efly, shout out the and he hadn't Whad. anythi
Mr. and Mrs. 01"yton. Priest M itoe out down the weed, sronger tbairooffee that m O.
and rhiilre, spent list aunday keep the premise clean and our in either. Several othrople
with relative at Oitronelle. doctors will noth e overworked. have reported aeein the whal h
1s We.a*wlad to note that Mr. Be sure to. ted Prof. Al. wthiiom elk-hofedty.Tiqgp x:
' uhOan h recoverid from his len's lecture nest Tuesday nig t.
b. ...ll inf o f lt w e.. -, peditiodsand making an effon
bae Injuryoftweek. Read the adveriemn ofto capture this h h
ditor hrk will a on.more there rytal tivet B in this bM r. y mdh
was tus e sv e as ltPW. t poonue.
week. lsnt We orrt1 e stponto th i dve c eTOPSe NriLncontA-hebUae
Ne, o Riverex plnteile itws4lol1i1, .hfat PAI, ln-
Wea~ gadtontetht r. Besreto~teo Po. Al X om tak fgttie gpn e
,.' y .
Wehavio6e A e w how
many bounme have gne up ki
Orystal in h'ae Mot two week,
but more are n ied.
Mr,.WU Oib. has moved
sh laiamtilyitothe bouse jit
Sva.a0 by Mr. Barb Edwards..
V bU4t*# and Olayton Pries)
iHed hge rattlesinaske be-
; 4iq sep d Level and OrYtal
'" t3'ga.dy afternoon. They,
!*h.j$ ae'ro to bring it in &ad it
S imred six feet in length* and
pht rttlea and a button.
*. "'.. illy of Port Inglus,
S a pleasant caller at the News
.ofile Wednesday. He Jett a
'dollar ith-us to mark op his
W understand that some par-
'-.parties are fishing the riv.
'etr h nets at night. This is
Sstrfty against the law, and it
*e d be stopped.
Spou a*e not a subscriber to
*r -ei iws you ought to be;
0 yeW owe for r I aperW
-t -* la the dollar. We bati to
Ab. i o,
sx-w it e***7 wae* .
"* ,' L. ki"art west on b i
*-e'to Oqetal River e
A Wft him wth Mr. *A
14 .q wiUll Walak
*w^ ^""ad -''- a'
d. (lnn dp L ta. 0t
"s bottle of Dr. Km ng'sew Ltte
1Pll, today, and empty thestomach
and bowets of fermenttna, Pgasy
foods and waste. A full bowel
movement giveuA satsed, thank-
ful feeling-make, you feel fne.
Effeettve, yet mUd. -Don't gripe.
3o., at yoer Druggist ,
Baoklal's Arnioa B lre for Bars.
t eoa the oces OWave
Mr. Norman Williams has fitt
ted out his snug little boat, the
May, for a two weeks vacation
on the gulf and Thursday he and
Mrs. Williams departed for a
fortnight of unalloyed pleasure.
The May is fitted out with
every comfort and convenience
that could e- compressed into
so %mall a space and looked ex-
tremely snug and comy.
RMd Level Dot
Mr Wynn was quite sick Sun.
day, but we are glad to state is
/ The little baby-of Mrs. Joel
Booth which has been iit, is
Mrs. J. G ajorris.ad children
a Hernaaq4 ar visrfiug Mr.
arisn.' bther, Mrs. J. Prist.
eW.- W n's- bow will
soo complete*. *
t$Mib killed li foot at.
tiera here te eyip.
l. ie hIaght rattles a a
Rev. Mr. Pria*n piw l
I 1aed loa't IdUplet for two or
thzm 9ipbSan 3n baem't sflef~d
t6day. feWp In l houne all he
tme for palaa ad all hurts. Se,
BuUeon's AIe Salve to*fr all
siety willmneet with Mi. P"ui
Boellert, on Tuesday of aet
week, Aug. 4th, at a ,'e.lok p.
m. All members am requested
to be present. The cemetery
work, will at that time be com-
pleted, and a full report from
the treasurer will'be given. 'Fu-
ture work for the Society will
then be discused.
Mrs. Paul Boellert,- Pros.
Mrs. R. D. Smith, Sec.
OULP BRBBZB ZIPHYRS
Leon Boy has been real sick,
but is improving every day.
We had a s'orm Teosday, doe
was very high, waves on the dock.
Mt every ooe- -on the sblaend
*eat i bo thisg during the blow
and hadlots of fe.
Mr. Bast and family who have
been ejoyingr. a week. at Uot
JJI D"etrOtl expect to .Ia
ie Orystol, whe .
*p, %4aak Ms4Lja.e tr&.
-~ ~.i -~
they bid bettor bring t
tents and pitch them on out
beautiful ridge just back of
these camps. We will do out
best to make the m comfortable
and hope they will come.
Captain Griffin and Leon
Look stopped at our dock Wed.
needay and treated each family:
to some delicious figs. Man:
thanks, call again.
Mrs. Ed Davis and daughter
Sarah, pf Oedar Camp, went to
Ofala Tuesday to do some shop-
piog. Mrs. Davis returned
Wednesday leaving Sarah in
eOcals. This family will leave a
woon, much to our regret.
t IBie inble his ) I
,rsdayF: They "
Sclior Olf Breee Oam p to
Seat dinner. Among those who
Same over werd, Col. Barts of .
Gaineaville, Fla., Mr. and p :
Nold of Hamilton Usnada, Mrs. ., ,
Roshton of Manatee F*a., Rev.,
f- rost g4 famill'and Mr. Pu
. Ballard,. .
" Mr. Williams, thie h I0 adasr .
O0 Ishbnd oan boat ever-
Saila uboes, many nice skifs,
r three dogs, lots of chidkes, in.
f vigorating breezes, cool nights,
r well behaved babies and chil* .e
P dren and few "skeeters."
. Thursday Mrs. 0. E. Hoy and
son Ieon of Sunshine Oamp, went
to Orystal to do some shopping,
returning same. day.'
SOaptain J. W. Willis moved
the Bast family back to crystal
Wednesday; They have been
camping at Cottage Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Will-
iams of Olystal brought a friend
down oi the May Thursday even.
iug fora few hours visit with
Mnrs A. D. Williams.
Mrs oyhadlquite a fright a
few day6s a, when in putting
her hanudin a small box to Act a
bandkeopheif, something prick.
ed her finger. She called her
J3 e bcr Bluster rd they emp.
tI4 the box and fond a small
am.d "Ubak uatlemnake, coiled
I ij 1sto ikt again. Bolster
L 10. The ke mst
George Smith of Homoewa,
spent part of a day and night a-
Outing Lodge, the guet of A.
Capsain Griffln towed the lo-
go, with the Davis's housebold
goods up Thursday, making the
trip in one hour and a half. The
Captain has a good strong
Launch and is proud of it.
Miss Daisy Long of Holder is
visiting her cousin, Oarrie Boy
at Sunshine Oamp.
Jolly Oharlie Strandb*rg is
running a freight and pasMemt'
boat for the accomodatl o
Island people. He is alam rI*
to repair and lengthen the iqoS
apd restore the spring be .
Captain Strandberg and wife W*
pect to move to the Ilaad; we
extend them a hearty-ireloome.
-A.D. Willia&s had a very
leog tarpon line out in the water
Wednesday night, and after he
had rired, he boheard Meh a
noie,b he jumped outof hed to
Snd as immene tarpon book "
This fish jumpeway a o
water severaltimes ass I .u1
broke the strong rope a awA .
he went, much to A. DV.'s dilp.
-poltment. Several young coo
plea that were out on the dok
saw and heard the trpea,'m I* t
no fish tory.
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SeMis Mist"r U i its PFsports
Astria rNts CMf of Sunia
RUSSIA WILL AID SERVIA
In the Event of Conflict With Austria,
Germany Is Allied With
London, England.-The latest devel-
opments appear to furnish new proof
that Austria is determined to make
war on Servia. The possibilities of a
general European war seem greater
than ever have confronted the pres-
The Servian reply to the Austro-
Hungarian ultimatum was an accept.
ance of almost all the imperious de-
mands, except that Austrian officials
shall participate in the investigation
and fix the responsibility for the anti-
Austrian propaganda. Servia propos-
ed an appeal to the powers at The
Hague for the settlement of that fea-
Servian Minister Given Passports.
Notwithstanding this humiliating
surrender, which was more than Eu-
rope expected of the proud little na-
tion, the Austrian government gave
the Servian minister his passports,
which may be construed as a virtual
declaration of war.
Servian General Arrested.
Austria committed an act of war by
arresting the chief of the Servian gen-
eral staff, General Putnik, near Buda.
A formal declaration of war Is not
expected because Servia is not a party
to The Hague convention, which re-
The suspension of all parliamentary
and judicial institutions has been de-
creed in Austria and an iron-clad cen-
sorship has drawn a cordon of secrecy
around the' country.
Even now the Austrian armies may
be closing in upon Servia and launch.
' ing a sudden blow, as Japan aid when
she sent her fleet against the Russian
ships without warning.
Another Chance to Avert War.
While Austria announces a "partial
mobilizalon," the Austrian ambassa-
A .# t-- u*- --n& aa---wn -- -ea-
possibility of averting war at the e v-
enth hour which Austria recognizes Is
that Servia shall reconsider her reply
to the' Austrian note and bow to all
the demands. Even then Austria pro-
poses to exact payment for all her ex-
penses In connection with her military
Russiane Are Active.
The question as to whether Russia
will take up arms to save her Slav
Protege is the feature on which the
peace of Europe hinges. The same de-
gree of secrecy which Austria has im-
posed has been established in Russia,
also, therefore it cannot be known
whether military preparations are in
Faculty for Methodist School.
Atlanta.--Bishop Warren A. Cand-
ler, chairman of the executive com-
mittee of Atlanta's $5,000,000 Meth-
odist university, announced that the
faculty of the theological department
had been selected. Six prominent
Methodist educators of the South are
the choice of the committee. They
are: Dr. W. J. Young of Richmond,
Va.; Dr. Plato T. Durham of Char.
, lotto, N. C.; Dr. H. C. Howard of
Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Dr. W. A. Shelton
of Oklahoma City, Okla.; Dr. Andrew
S' Sledd of Greensboro, Ala.; Prof. W.
A. Smart of Charlotte, N. C. Bishop
Candler stated that the committee is
still pondering over the selection of
the dean, which will probably be de-
termined at the next meeting.
Labor Troubles In England.
London.-Not for many ears has
the labor situation In England been so
serious as it is at present. There is
hardly an industry that Is not affected
by strikes and plans are being made
by the trade unions for a combined
assault on capital next year, which,
ift t comes off, will surpass in magni.
tude anything ever known in the his-
tory of this country. -
0gi Railroad Strike Feared.
" Chicago.-After announcement that
mediation had failed to bring the rep.
reuentatives of the ninety-light West.
era railroads and their easgine crews,
numbering 56,000 men, any nearer a
settlement, the federal commissioner
sought an adjustment along new lines.
SChicago.-The divorc prevention
Sberms of the municipa court, which
OP ed Its door, signalued the In.
S espurathi of Its work by rmMU
.6. 1, #Allies
Luis Galvin Ia the now secretary of
the Dominican legislation In Washing
ton. Mr. Galvin Is the editor of a
newspaper in the Dominican republic.-
PEACE ASSURED IN MEXICO
CARRANZA AND PROVINCIAL
PRESIDENT CARBAJAL REACH
United States Is Keeping Villa From
Getting Arms Across the
Mexico City.-That an armistice be-
tween the government and the Constt-
tilities will be suspended at once
throughout the republic, was the state-
ment given out by Gen. Eduardo Itur.
bide, governor of the federal district,
In the name of President Carbajal.
Governor Iturbide added that the
peace negotiations will be advanced up.
on a basis of giving full guarantees
It is understood General Carransa
has agreed to a general amnesty, the
chief point for which Provisional Pres-
ident Francisco Carbajal has been con.
The 300 men in the advance guard
of Gen. Alvaro Obregon's 8,000 Con-
stitutionalists are at Tula, an hour's
ride from the capital, and the remain.
der of this army is near Queretaro,
120 miles to the north, where it Is
assembling for a peaceful advance of
General Qbregon, a staunc Hsupport.
commander toratve he',ld his
force Is believed to be sUffciet to
Insure the capital against international
disorder or attacks by bandits now act-
ive in the South.
"HURRY" IS THE KEYNOTE
Of Senate Anti-Trust Program Agreed
Washington.-Senate Democrats in
caucus agreed upon a definite legisla-
tive program under which they expect
to put through the antitrust program
and appropriation bills, and bring
about adjournment of congress at the
earliest possible moment. Nearly ev-
ery majority senator now in Washing-
ton attended and "hurry" was the key-
note of the meeting.
It was decided that the pending in-
terstate trade commission bill should
be continued as the unfinished busi-
ness and kept constantly before the
senate until disposed of, except when
It becomes necessary to sidetrack It
temporarily to make way for confer-
ence reports of appropriation bills.
Intervention Seems Probable.
Washington.-Pressed by European
powers, the United States government
has about lost patience- with the vari-
ous elements In the republics of Haiti
and San Domingo, and will demand a
restoration of peace or threaten armed
Mexican Women Demonstrate.
Naco, Aris.-Mexican women threw
their skirts at men who resumed Work
In the mines at Cananea. The men
had been told by General Carran
that they must work or Join the Con-
stitutional army. :
Bacon Memorial D ay December 8.
Washington.-The senate set asidb
December I for memorial exercises to
the late Senator A. 0. Bacon of Geor.
Home Rule Conference Falla;
London.-At the close of a cabin
council It became known that there
only the smallest prospect of the how
rule conference arriving at an ag
meat and its termination after It
assemble Is regarded as certain.
F.rlida ite Is Dedle t.u
Ban Franisco.-Florlda's site at ti
Panama-Pacific exposition was deas
ed here by a commission re
that state. 0 ad lrWary f"u
lons preceded the dedtauu am
- ~ .,t., ,.. 4
AiWi's MIItoat TI Sni* etu w
Of Murder of Fedui lil AM
MAY INVOLVE OTHER HATIHS
General Belief Is That Servia Cannot
Comply With Humiliating De-
mands of Austria.
London.-European diplomacy Is
faced with a-situation of extreme grav-
ity In the controversy between Austria
and Servia. Unless it Is handled with
great delicacy it is not unlikely that
others will become involved In war.
An Austro.Hungarlan ultimatum to
Servia, couched in a tone of almost un-
precedented severity'and fastening on
the Servian government and people re-
sponasiblity for the assaasslnatons of
Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his
wife at Sara Yevo, has been presented
The almost universal opinion in the
European capitals is that the Servian
government cannot comply with such
humiliating terms as are set forth in
the ultimatum, since compliance would
be tantamount to an admission of Ser-
The efforts of European diplomacy
should the powers fail to avert the
threatened war will be devoted to lo-
calizing it. Montenegro has indicated
her readiness to support Servia in the
event of an Austrian attack. This
certainly would plunge the whole of
the Balkans into hostilities. Austria
counts on the neutrality of her allies,
Germany and Italy, but with the pos-
sibility of Russian intervention on be-
half of Servia, Austria would run great
risks 6T risings among her own great
MEXICAN TREASURY ROBBED
Warrant Issued For Eugenic Parades,
Mexioo City.-As the result of the
investigation ordered by Provisional
President Carbajal into the finances
of the country during the administra-
tion of Gen. Victoriano Huerta, it is
reported that a warrant was issued for
the arrest of Nugenio Paredes. former'
eonea treasurer of the republic. Pa.
redes il charged to the warreat with
- mIi M m *
USS RASP WMII'OVES'
Miss LeFevr, yhoe is one of the
mo~t popular of the diplomatiC sot in
Washlngton, ha Just called -or Eu-
rope, where she will spend the rest of
the summer. She Is the sister of the
flrst secretary of the Paama legation
HALF BIWON FOR HIGHWAYS
IS FEATURE OF SENATOR BRY-
AN'S SUBSTITUTE FOR THE
U. S. Highway Commission Provided
For by Senate Postofflce and Post
Washington.-Senator Bryan's good
roads bill, a substitute for the Shack-
leford bill already passed by the house,
was ready to be reported to the senate.
The measure had received the'approv-
al of the senate committee on post-
offices and post roads.
Under the terms of the pryan bill
the federal government would issug
fifty-year 3 per cent bonds to the
amount of $500,000,000 la lots of $100..
000,000 each for fve years. Before
states colId participate In the funds,
they would be required toeesse'a, n
equa almunt of., A per eaut bonds,
wldh yL wh deposited I-A Aho "s,
is reported to be ow at
Rebels Getting Together.
Washbngton.-Official adylees re-
vealed that the Washington adminis-
tration was meeting with success in
bringing Provisional President Carba-
Jal, General Carransa, General Villa'
and General Zapata, into harmony for
the restoration of peace In Mexico.
From these four leader--represenutingU
all the factors concerned In the estab.
lishment of a stable government-came
encouraging me ges in answer to the
counsel and advice which the United
States has been lending to smooth the
way to a complete agreement.
ULSTERITES 6BTERMINED '
Leaders Demand Total Exclusion From
Belfast.-Official announcement of
the failure of the Buckingham palace
conference on home rule caused no
excitement here, as telegrams from the
Ulster leaders had been received pre-
viously. The leading business men,
clergymen, bankers and manufacturers
who had declared for an anti-home rule
movement were unanimous in Indors-
ing the uncompromising attitude of Sir
Edward Carson and Captain Craig in
demanding the total and permanent ex*
clusion of Ulster from the workings of
the home rule bill.
BANDITS HOLD UP TRAIN
Flagman Reported Killed-Two Others
of Crew Reported Missing.
New Orleanc.-The New York Limit-
ed, fast L. & N. through passenger
train, was. held up at a crossing four
miles east of here by two masked men.
The flagman f* the train ts reported to
have been killed by the beats and
.two other members of the-*tna crew
are reported mission. A speelal train
left here later for the scene of the
hold-up. It cariers officers ad physi-
of. highway funds is a eatuae otf d e
4an bi The ooqmhuslxs would be
coMposed 0f the uimran and mem-
brl of th1. snate ah house :commit-
te6s on roads, the director of the offce
of, publO roads and .a United States
* THEY MUST lET TOGETHER
Is Expression of U. Offeials to the
Washington.-The United States,
through Its consular representatives,
appealed to General Carransa and
General Villa In the interest of patri-
otism and permanent peace in Mexico
to bury their personal differences and
work in harmony for the establish-
ment of a new government.
Secretary Bryan telegraphed both
George C. Carothers anq John R. S1111-
man, representatives of the state de-
partnient with General Villa and Gen-
eral Carransa, respectively, urging
that they present in a most friendly
yet effective manner the importance of
cohesion in the Constitutionalist
Old Claim for Georgia Road.
Washington.-The senate postoffice
committee ordered a favorable report
on a bill to pay the Georgia Railroad
company $4,480 and interest, a com-
pensation for services rendered prior
to May 81, 1861, in the transportation
of United States mails. The bill has
-been pending In the senate for nearly
Hibernians Are In Seaslen.
NorfOlk, Va.-The forty-ninth blen-
nal convention of the Ancient Order
of Hibernian in America, opened for
a fiveday session here with solemn
high mass at St. Mary's Catholic
church and sermon By Right Rev.
Dennis J, O'Connell, bishop of Rich-
Agreeqe Cottee SI l. Reeoee Luke Appointed,_
lt Washingto-Lwglatnl to curb the Washlngten,-Attorney General Me.
Is groses evils of- cotton uhagb va. Reynolds has Cdrtlfled to the pritdent
b* ng, which I w een perpto.d by a the smae At Raooe Luke of Thomas-.
Sooserenes ei ilfte of (, sedate vile, Ga., to be. United States district
e and house, ha beea reported to h$ be- orney $or the southern district of
*ouse. Grg--. .. taeorgt. ,
S BereeMAi Aasle Uit. leDfrmett ufltot Under Pre.
b e rIffin, 0k-91qMeosd-aidtto Wasblnta-.Rqreeeutauve James
occur here WN a fw e M. th foo
as tow place, be th%* atA wkA f the beso oferd hU oegwnaUo
- Frak B d ..d i I"ad*' t t-Ae **,et Aliedutly. MOW.er
. t" y0,noua At#ufo( aeoebvet6 S w ,, 4 In.args I ecaqe.-U-on
it. am a isim 'w*.
Oei, a samrs p9es Rgl oi h
Austrian aMbem eeo. .- ,r -.7
It is understood ha MI. i JOt 4
making a strenuou eft
about a direct nderstf
a 'solution on these s nepl
more agreeable to
Grea Brittan's prposal... .
Germany Pre arb" .
ences were held at.Poted i
the German emperor, the
chancellor, Dr. Vona "Othua
weg, and the strategic head ofA
army and navy, to determine dd4110
ly the Germas policy in the crisg. ,
TEXAS 18 VOTED WET
State-Wide Prohibitioen Defeated-AMI.t
Prohibitionist Nominated, -
Dallas, Texas.-Results of the oDe
ocratic primary election In Texas ol "
low. These returns are lanomfte,.
and, as is customary in this Ota*,
where the results are knbwn without
compiling the full vote, no .cop)oto
returns will be complied until the of-
ficial returns are made to the DeMO.
cratic state chairman, whtih wilt 't
in two or three weeks: .. .
Submission of sta-wide "rpMbh"tiW
was defeated by 15,000 to 30.0 '.
IRELAND IS STIRRED
Over Clash Between Natlons0
Britgh ift ler." ."
greater part of Catholic e
greatly excited over the U
tween the regular troops of t -
army and the Irish ao l
resulted in the killing of tour
and the wounding of many
ty of those woundedweeis eii
On 0ph Auto Tour.
Alianta.-Boring with hIofrE
of highest psfrom Pihrk
governor t Floid,
Teter of Mieola, aj6 l
ta with lhi wife, ha
Minaeola to tise city
Farther 1 I
Tw- ie 4"een
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PEACE RANSPiI > FI
England Invites Powers to Am0m0e0 0 ';
rial Conference to DOIeI -'
Questions at laee. l. *
Frankfort, Germany.-Th- .r. *-'
ter Zeitung, la an obvlonsl 1 '. |0"
Berlin dispatch, answers the Vl I
* demand that Bmperor WillKas. B
vone to secure the p0a e of *-.o
"Emperor tilliam's consistt o ,-
ord shows that such an appeal e .
necessary, particularly as eo rn d '
nothing to gain It the ,0emt Of -
No act of the German p01 6 .1644
ean peace. The appeal should q -
rected to Russia, whose ruler, th b
voker of the peace conlgreoi, '.
in his hands the decl"om-WiO 'W--
peace." -* -
Diplomats Aetive for PIee.. '
London, England.-An ens O a Mt
between Austrians and Servians re .
ported to have occurred on the Bin*
ube, but no details are available, a"
it is not believed to have been of Im-
portance. Austria has net yet opened
her military operations, so btr as ear
Meanwhile, diplomacy.Is proieediang
along two separate lines, to ert the
-war if possible, and if that is e-il-
sible, to localize the conflict. Pt,-
Sir Edward Grey, the British seeroo
tary of stat--for foreign affar..l~f.-
proposed to the powers a plan for Joa t
mediation which, it la said, Fra.ne at d
Italy already have accepted. .sa
has not yet replied, and her IqW5S -
Is regarded as doubtfuL. '
England Doing Her 6li4e, 1 ;g.'*.
Sir Edward Grey exdalnailt t. 0.
house of commons his l de 4 .
was that the tour powera
ain, France, Genmaunr i *A i
operate in an oem" to-
dispoute between A4o; 04
on the bla sso Servae tA -
tia's tiltlU0*5 ,,.
4 a .
4. -. '
. ".. -
1 M "TERo Vll K~athinued.k
-NA.- Idfhis mt Bt$a t.'ee lighted with
the fires deAtulse-. isuoN th obe
-*as ei br, muht line of deter
gong M.aketou ofe.wa so thing bt.
Rven thetou httinglov ei
eand g his very attitude
S as the reo to waKatherine ltrick-
ad besae d hed in hi e mi lad. of
S* ged to hm an after her-to twll he
his deUialo to hi, h with,
the tr her" Sle was eagerto *how
hefr jst how much they two together
osuld make out of life, a big, fine fight
for pe tlon and power
Bven the thought ot eing governor
was left t the distance a plean after
plan raced through hie mind, of greater
eoateest. and bigger ashieveaeats'
a. a, B d for his wife. bo ab-
if- the fture with her or the moment
ho frgot oqmpisily the woman who
1r j*- t ryal had kept her place as his
feB. la all his dealnags he had hever
- ^ -,eoMiadNd obstaislea, eept to *epep
r. jhi tnt his path. As he rtern.-
r -' '. is^-reJ(t pre t and Mary, he neTer
-... ^ htai or fulterda trom his newly
ag it ates. Be would
'-I*^*yt 9thiag- that
or m arm or any ther very s
tiUal pert of h being.
i t wf at jwCth o poit in Edsl'
ver teat tlustr ad aee
aloat, hured down toe stairs.
"Thaak goodaess, they've go@* she
hMit a t hr' to t i-
burwlag sh hasemo to too one
ate thetheher to 0gim
s1* Wo glad you a Bot going As
wO Od eoNiarwrr to him ah
Mag her hetsek aht his alee*. The
little movement was a pathtihaoy
ute appeal for asoa caress. "What'd
they say?" she asked; seddeal, as
she reased that her tender yearning
met with u reepowse
ut her'huMsbatd was tin o Oeo-
'ulatoative fre of mind.
"You're not mad with me, are yerT"
she questlbked. wistfully, ery much
like an eager child who has been rea
"No," Slade replied, briefy and with-
out much Interist.
Mary breathed a quick sigh of relief.
"Ah, then, well have a onice, quiet,
pleasant evening," she idlEOe, add-
ing coaingly: "Let's po upstairs and
have a gaie of euchre. We haven't
played tor over so loog."
Blade looked at her, his eyes drank
into a deep frown. It was true ho
want angry with her, but he was
ham- *a tathse h as se whoal
bHMl overta wt at beyond
her a unde te suddenly
For aa Instat the Ma waS slent.
His t was turned ro adm w ad he
wM losing ot the deorwy through
whso tho stately fgew of Katherine
Striokland had jusiet paed and through
wh llk M aped to walk some day-
"I-I-wouldnt go with you, Mary,"
i anally turned and looked her
surely lan the eyes.
"hy-w re would you be? Where
would you live? Where would you?"
She stopped and then bshted. "Pahaw.
Tha's ael lollhnes, Dan,"
"Mary." lnde was freWr now. His
voloe had a ring of faiNty, but Mary
didn't understal. "I eA go on apol-
ogislag for you ternallyl You cant
hn t a headahe very alghtl I must
lther have A, wis who as be the
head of my household 0r oae."
Int the woman's heart there leaped
a sharp tar, folIlowed by the childish
Idea that perhaps, be se she wouldn't
go to the opera, she wa to be paun.
lhed-ent away alone-until she was
"You're tired ofe me," be suggested.
"It that were true and you filled the
bill, we could put up with each other,".
he returned brutally, "but It Isn't so."
"Don't you love met" she halft
breathed the question timidly.
For a brief instant soweting caught
at flade's heart ad tugged aGd tugged.
He turned with a look of Infainit ten-
derness and aid, simply: "Yes, Mary,
I do." RiS tone was ganlne and esn.
Mary laughed a little, happy laugh.
At thle sound Slade's mood changed
Uike a SaiL It grated i lhis already
overwrought nerves. Igefted to di.
ss the coatroersy, t,eand the argp-
meat, to riNag the d1ethk4ell of the
drea" that h, Aodas to him. The
earelees way in whik she apparently
p the dieeuslso of Iblng away
nettiN him. Pronpto d by a sudden
Iapulae. h"ahtched her workbasket
faro her lapi and ung It the tfll
leth of the room. "D-a that bas-
1t, h1e tst4liied. "Can't I ever -M
& 2-e2t21tf1 ," -
"saYt" Vast il of amassaent
wa -a -oly la this fOe. It
WaS ~the nbt t he ad erW ben
k*e 4dMft ausid taa, pWr ltle smL
ae was gol s away e gsed. tA r all
L m and ohe wa ~t she would
wit fre h. tagV O n. be-
ftoe she haS t of
him, thq4 .WaOidn ua ife's
lipse, carries wIth Pe aGder
pleading. t PO
with ea SwesJot
hardly espesegd aesl-to e *m.
things de hm tuba bOek ues sbu.
tio and pride and sMlwp lto o arms
this tiW women who ha4 worked for
him. with him, he had hadt faith In
him whI he wuoor, o ad who had
struggled aB oodwe mad slaved for
him that he might ribe to his pteent
position; .. .
But he struggled against the feeling,
fought it back and conquered.
"No. doat wait up fo me."
"All rlgh(V Mr agreed. "I wbt,
It you do&It wet meto," and then,
with a.ghish em "tat 1 vwwl wait
up for yeo-ttl tahe asms."
Blade was,. tO d, b4t stiffened
his shoulders Wealth he had won,
hosrs he meant to have-end Kbth
"ood-nlght, Mary." he called, coMly,
as he hurrled out of the room.
Left alo, Mary stood watching
him, a forlor little fiure.
"Why, he didt kiss me." 8he hbr-.
rd. to the door. "De, you forgot
Blade, hasten ng to the door, hbated.
hesitated, turned back.
"You come right back here and kiss
me," Mary demanded, affectionately.
"Such didees; Tyou kiss me." She
raised her face for the kiss she thought
was "4oodklght" and which he meant
as "good-by." Blade stooped and laid
his lips on hes, gently, reverently,
then hurried out, almost as if he were
afraid to stay a minute longer.
"Such didoes," Mary laughed to her-
self. Shi looked around the great
empty room. It suddenly struck her
that she had never really been happy
in this room. Richee had proved a
burden rather thad a pleasure. They
had robbed her of Dan's devotion, his
eOfldence, his gaiety. She hastened
to turn out he lights, shuddering as
she did s. She grabbed her work.
basket front. the table and suddenly
overcome with fright to the great
sllaat shadowy room, led to the lighted
hall, calling: "S.Ie, olusle-"
(TO 33 CONTINUE.)
FROM DOCTRINE OF GALEN
Use *f Term *Man of pirit," Ito.
May so Tre"el Bak to the *Saw
*. ,oas stel to cosider
The Wrong Way.
Friend-How did the manager cast
Playwright-He threw it down.
No. SIX-SIXTY IX
This is a prescription prepared pw
peclally for Malaria or Chills and
Pever. Five or six doses will break
any case, and if taken then as a taon
the fever will not return. o.-Adv.
His Wife the Hand Laundry.
The hungry tramp told his tale. It
touched the kind heart otthe lady of
the house He te the food she gave
him and started warily on his way.
"And how," said she, eympathtleal-
ly, "did the hand laundry you were
managing come to ftll o n yot
He glanced around, it might be as if
he naspected the dog were within alt.
The, passing out and closing the
gate, he said: "She quit and .eat
home to her mother."-Kansa 1147
*f mgagsaN besmt wv bl
^S.aw-thet eaaiagthe ru ahe
lien. -)i pasted her to take a pioee
*Aa-wisea ndoho tnh5t her
g-. In.06toM4ht e U ista .
egh o .e -'qMitrahiebt wh"h to
tems ea g- aInatste throuh afs
,*.- .L adif ~tha-Nh~h r itlosedt
.v-* *,. lastrto of/ sogal moos. ho
eea I:a'to w all the o i plath e the
: social gale A wiU lt ti a o thesi
i w- VMS's booioely* ho PCrg doom
would coeer uf l ald ar uf hic lit.
4mlasinso col oftdsicsi
a wfe tk* KaULriaM be would "aB
cam*-to know alUA IWO POeSI pOta o64'
modal "a46f A w*f lik satbastft
glade watet Katherine Strtesland
for bhis wieh the ame as l
woteld d*edwa weathy. overr.
-MMl tthoas @tef t The awes
4 -ate-t .hte th-fet of her.
'* .tr a~-puseip adsmplt 3
fat for Ow* -d tho -d ota
asies, Weiut tohIg ton
A.*.*- eede MaSi Mdwssup we**aipd
~uit 6 ssbA~* "'Ias his lies
*.. .-' v *~ ~ Nwi~ t r l Wa ho ln
"l ""o Woes; Y e..... -,,
- l~l' i na. w 00
mamor Jtritatpd nhim now-h o t
coateM e o tB h 4 'ale MMIMaSta t
her faltUre to meet hois d, to and fl
herlace as mistroes of hist home mad-
dened him Hoe wa all the sor" de.
terained to fight for something oso-
to tegin his campaign for a goTernor'
ship and aather woman that moment.
"ToN can amuie yourself after I'
gone." he answered over his shoulder.
"Then you are going out?" Mary'
volce echoed the ditappltant she
"Te." SBlade continued to be mono
syllabo. "ut I want to have a talk
with you. Masy-*'veo get to ofea
to- 4 e0ndftt idng."
'-iWhy, -wlat-r" Mary belan, Ad
the ed, r te first tim .A
Mted bb aehanged m eaner ad w
averted eye Se s8- tarted ti 1umible
Mtaldlo( wuck more dmkmult than ob
watcehnghar tIghta, eMn bte g .
b"ht to have een aMhaet, but hDi
anger wae- flaming hot and he didn't
asa muuh as offer to help.
Karyt mood hanged too.
"I believe you're doing it to get yoU
own way," he sputtered, "but you
ai't comeg to get I've get as much
right to heO lat d You've go vteyos"
Aus se came Ga* tto h e, s* *od
4gr04 0A4 "flent, suddenly d emined
he etused his offer of a Is'l the
eou m afshe u .ld. hat e
hoos to bhersefo and he w l U at
the .lu I -j -
"There paint anything you could ak
of me I wouldn't do-exat-No Mar*a
troubled faC* was cookingg ti o hi.
"- cpt wh I aski" he lked, ar.
aaticaly. pnd hurried ftom he room,
curtly ordered hi dreaming bag pckd
and then, hat i hand, hib eveoat on
hs arm, oame back Into the roo.
"Did It ever oMur to yo, Man, that
you're a mult," he asked. "You're
sweet and od tempered a. amiable
but you'd have given tMhe..ma that
PaMe out of NAihW ark pt" an how
to h stubborn."
"e often have I fled you In
theseyear. Dn?" .
"Toue tailln me now. YOO woot
look at thng .with my e ..
."We' et. o.e Ppersn. two,
DA," she remtdedoh m, .
"WeU. thaw the tro M ouht
to be one a 'juml ..w-
tingat. We ought to beoot 41S."
"Wnos? Tworsi" end uia sweet
Maoth puckered into amy lttle
Tm dose," HMade bedd hu'
"- "a timnmb*d the tdoteheB b's
m ea t SupTwq -
il'a6 t e let
it s.piri-to add from the bral and
"The natural spirits wero that B -
dentl d ptowerty which gave to blood
the apaity of nourish thing the Utses
of the body. The vita spirits were
acqu ied l" n" heort, or a erv, at
but the blood with of ital ritsh
wet to thr "ow brain and exper of ll.
iort of rsieftsnt f thqa si time.
the or al spirit wer separated
from ad carried to the body by
t erve trunk a Al."
seahwl thelIdea.of the-vital funo-
S In the second century. Todayes
after 100 yaS. we know that dther
are a b "spiritsP wom bltod who m n t-
but we still apea of being laIn "high
spfi'ts" or "low spirited" of being tofull
of "animal Oprit," of a "spirited an-
swer" or a "spirited hors."
Bome time ago an Alabama lady
kindly undertook to advise ona of her
negro malt as to certain rules ofi
propriety that always should be oh-
srM d by young women to whom at-
tentonm are paid by gentlemen
friendly One evnWet the lady, won-
dering whether her 0e60 of advice
had bl6 upon rocky grud, s.-6
tioned elf ton a rocr *e th
kitchen door. whe she was Oeter-
tained by the folowntg dialogue:
"Look here do' you try to lit
fresh wit toel Mah name's Mis"
lmith-sot Mauy. Ak dOb't 1ow mak
best an' eM t petoler rlepds-to "sll
'Ah beg your powo10 Miss WSmt. -
But sy, Misa nsmth. would yoe ten'
M ohift to o 5 Odes keeT Th.t
yew 9 r&0*Ak." -
-Mow ts ir*st Wrto.Im a0"t
S ohme t tethl W& As Wk a a
-6* cs am"s Is tak onIN sWhoN
a an wV-t & 'euAA your
sr _tA 1iend sll-otor "be',"
etoworthy angtaeer wdftpqS < seeks
Ma the wet de of Berest asd r-
I a rough emlcirole to Oldrbert;
where It ftal into the rive. It la
bout asity miles long and has coat
something over 0a,00 .W to buid. -.
It onneets the capaltl of tho emO.
piro with the grmatest PMruMan 0ort;
k binds Berlin and i4tttl. l e ,
VAd Oder ha tos os0xo0ie, beer 1 1 W
oi soe eotconuierable htim 14 ,a '
Pmw easblat, n that water, W N ,wltt .
Ito soort 4f o6d164ehoned locd. and
e fault o anof has ons e e l*ghe*
out of date The new enal fa* oW. -
cargo vessels of e t that, '
Toeeels of uqh si wll nyo dl..m'. s
reot from tewtt to t eri. ""rely ,,
eas the opening of a neow ,.s,
German Internal frasg Aevespe .
It makes Berlin virtually a s =
PRIZE. POOL. ..*- -
Palatsble, onomical, Nourilig
A Nebr, woman has outlined tl'
prils lood In a few-words, and that .
from personal ezoerlenae .0
"After our long epertISn wt .,.k
Grape-Nuts, I @*4aot pay e00 iq l, ^
its favor. We l-re wed this ft64 el "1
most eontinually for seven ,
"We sometimes tried other -
tieed beaas00t toods abuteiAvatr
retured to (nrpol uSI M *h ..
palatable. ooemewal u4 yAi", .
.whwm f'. .4'' ."^
began to 444sP*uU Ga ^i^I.
I oWifitabU I net A5iw tJafc
."At. o using OWN tad a,
tmfe U so I-q p eIon1 6 ^ k
anl h awon vemmo 3y, *11i.
am a wellrtysa'N1
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L 'll m e_ ,. -. .ll *,
A*.' ; *- '* "
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WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL?
" IMOIlA STATE COLLEGE FOR.
College of Arts and Uclenses; lor.
Sal ikool lehool *I Mule; Sehool
of Ix prelIot heel of Art; KIx.
teoloe Di ilo OGraduate School.
Modern Gymneslum with swim-
ming pool; basket ball and ten-
nis courts new and modern
buildings; beautiful campus; dor-
mitories have all modern conven-
lences; new dining room and
kitchen, most hygienic In Flori-
da; 418 young women from 49
counties and 19 states last session.
Taitleo Free tn College and
Normal School. Board and en-
trance fees for the year $124.00.
For catalogue write,
EDWAiD CONRADI, Pres.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIBA
8 College and Divisions; Liberal
Artis; Law; Inelaeerla Arihul-
lurei Teachen olleoet Ixperieot
Stations Extenatlon ltoit eGad.
mate School. Ten new brick build-
In g, besides gymniaium swim-
ming pool and many subsidiary
buildings. 61 officers, ltruotors
and assistants. 854 young men
from 47 Florida Counties, and 24
states and foreign countries, last
Tuition Free. Board and En-
trance Fees, $182.50 per year.
Write today for catalogue
A. A. MURPHRIK, Pres.
J. P. u09OO
Phote 2 -
cog*1mg. P11 IN Cmei
Crystal River, Fla.
I everything g
That's our Slogan. Let us prove it
Latest sheet music and music books. Vic- 1
tor Talking Machines and Records
We sell Steinway, Chickering, Mathushiek, and
many other pianos and player pianos from $17E.00
up, on easy terms. We sell organs from $25 up.
Write for catalogue.
LUDDEN & BATES
A. M. LANSFORD, Manager
7. K. Kelly.
M F. Diek,
Crystal River Off icals.
Mayor, .......N.. Sparkma
Marshall T.8. Harvey.
Clerk and Tres., A S. Kino.
council................ 0. A. Miller.
............ ................... W A. Sparkman.
of I J. K. Eubanks
.............. ................ ..... H older
". ............................................ N Bar o.
Justlceofthe Pease,..................E T. Bowman
Notary Public A. 8. King
Notile of Election.
The general election of the fol-
lowing town officers of the town
of Crystal River, Fla., will be
held August 11th, 1914, viz:-
Two Town Councilmen for
term of two years.
One Marshal and Tax Collec-
One Town Clerk, Regiutration
officer and Tax Assessor.
Five Executive Committee-
- The following persons shall
serve as inspectors:
J. C. Leynes,
W. S. Paul,
W. H. Edwards, Clerk.
N. N. 8PARKMAN,
iioaumeats ad Iron Fence
Can rnish the same on
shorf notice. Satdsfac-
tion guaranteed. Oall
in pernoa r write me at
W.e I- MN.
- .'~A' ~.
GROCERY AND MARK.''
Services next Sabbath as fol-
lows: Preaching services at 11
and 7, Sabbath School at 10 and
Prayer-meeting on Wednesday
ev,,nig. All are invited. Rev.W.
Services every 2 Sunday at
11 A. M. and 7 P. M.,
Prayer-meeting on Wednes-
All are invited to attend these
Rzv. EDINOTON, Pastor.
Preaching service let and 8rd
Sabbath at 11 A. M. and 7 P. M.
Sabbath School 10 a. nm.
We will be glad for your pres-
ence. Rev. Eldridge, Pastor
Governor...............................Park M Trammel
BeO.of State................H. Clay Crawford.
Atty.Gen.......... ........ T.F. We.tI
Corn. Agrilo..................... W. A. McRa
Treasurer.............................. J. J 0. Luli, r
Supt. Pub. Instun..................... W N. Mhpnts.
Comptroller....... ......... W.V. Knot'
OhilefJus.Bup. ourt .F. M. Sbnexleford.
Clerk Sup. Court ...................M7. H. Mabry,
Railroad Conm. Clerk....,. ..Royal 0. Dunn
Chairman R,. H. Burr.
(lrcult Judge Jud. for Dilst ,W. M. Bullock.
State Attorney....................GeoJW. Scoflleld
Senator .......F. L. Stringer,
Representative J. E.Htevens
Register Henry Chubb.
Citrus Co. Offers.
Circuit Court,.. ................W.F. Warnock
Co. Judge Geo. W. DeMuro.
Sheriff Geo. R. Carter.
Treasurer., .....P.M. Damnpler.
Tax Assesor G0o. J. Boswell.
Tax ol., O.E. Allen.
Supt. Pub. Istn.,.....................R. L. Turner
sup. of Beg., W. J. Moon.
Co. SoUlitor Geo, W. Reofleld
Co. Burveyor........................... John K. King.
Co.Oonimlsioner,................ David Turner.
................ J.J. W lliamr.
" ', 0.................. B. Udwards
a.................. Ja a pt4A
MEMO* 1 W..n.F .11-icu
We carrry Fancy and-Family Groceries,
Fresh Meats, Green Groceries, Caned Go0ds,
Confectioneries, Country produce, 7
MRS. L. S. BLACK
C. A. MILLER
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Hats, Shoes,
and Everything kept in a General Supply-Store.
Call and See Us. We Can Please Yoa.
C. A. Miller
Crystal River, Florida.
Dry Goods, Notions, Staple and
HATS, TRUNKS and SUITCASES
SPeters Brand Solid Leather Shoes
**Ml--ll 1.1 *****-- ,'
Pioneer Mercantile Go.
o GENERAL MERCHANDISE r" -
We carry in'stock any and everything yoq may wish to, b
Dry Good, Groceries, Clothing, Hats,. Shoe, E.'
Boat Supplies, Fishing Tackle
and hundreds of other articles too numerous to ment
Come and Visit Our Store. Let Us Smow uI#
Pioneer Mercantile GCO
ft. W. EDWARDS, Manager, *
Crystal River, AflR
4 .. .
Gulf Fish and Oyster
SWholesale and Retail Dealers =
Long Distance Telephone Connection
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
E. A. ALLEN, Prop.
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L1UL11Y I iiTJ
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t-.W.a "t f -'- ,- ....v< .. '* '
& a*e a~u.aut of one dol.
1e'oe *br,',U the opening
dub., FrIU July 81, at 8 A.M.,
.we wlH3 e~eIatel give away
fma 1)re Paberu of the best
ade of Glqghaem inthe house.
* o.,Poo'.- ^o he dmato. Sale
ktpts Friday July 81 and con.
tlmuel 1C sale days.
S. f[INBR G & SON
TO THE FIIST TNBI-
spending the amount of one dol,
lar in our store on the Qpeui.
date, we will absolutely give a
way Free the best top shlt ia'
Look for the display each and.
- every day of the sale at Fein-
Don't forget to attend the
Eight Half Bflour Sale Spedals.
.. ... .. ...... -..... ;I I il I I I III _I -i _ii
July 31-Continues 15 Sale Days
. A MarvelousOpportunity for Men, Women and Children Who Know the Value of Money,
No difference how great the selling may be, in any event, this store holds it is determined
to make this 15 day sale a banner one for value giving. There are a greater number of real
bargain in Feinberg's tore of all new, fresh summer merchandise, than ever before, but we
mad up our minds that if the "right price" would convert this beautiful merchandise into
cash, for the next 15 days we would make the sacrifice, and place them at your mercy. Would
advise that you come early, for they are not going to last long at these low prices.
FEINBERG'S. A Special Sale of importance to Men, and just at the time when most needu
ed. Shirts, Hats and Suits of the highest grade, at lower prices than you would pay for, the.
inferior kind, whether at regular or special prices. Our guarantee goes with every ganrnntr
i i__ _i__ _I i__ _I__ _li__ _. .. ..._I I I i I- I l ,[
From 100J8 to 11 o'clock Fri-
day w6.will sell say Z6c Waist
Only on. .ta astomer.
Fronm 11 *lt o'Dlok
urday weviln i'rlt aie.
at54c. .* a w:
100 Lal'ding HOeM Dreswes
worth twom $1.76 to (9.50,
Special 8ft10 pro WS..
rThe GrieuD WGInsh a s,
toro. Wltt, Whdie Goodsa
Deamities, Pagems Oheeks, los
tad hT ar s, 0Y0our hoiee d 1o
000 yards In thu gre'kt sale;
. I I= li .
850 pieces Bequisilte TiWuesh
Goods, including 96 inch per.
Ocrep, Ferstines, i40 ioh M.wns
toSher otWh ite Gods, WhPride of theo,
Demitles, Pajaroa Checks, lOc
and 19o values, your choice of
all for 8e..
1000 pieces IGquisiite Tissues,
Crepes, Ratlnes, 40 inch lawnI,
Sheer White Goods, Pride of the
Welt India Ginghamse, Fancy
FiTre4 Crepes, worth 16e to 18e
Your choice oall, s1,
A Sale of Arrow and Mon-
75cXoocai rs now AB
.-i l ". i,
*\^gg -^ -<.t .-, 1,
From 11 :80 to 12 o'clock Mon-
day we will sell 10 yds. Giug-
hams for 9o.
Only 10 yds. to a customer.
TuesdAy from 9:80 to 10 o'clock
we will Alt 10 yards Bleodhing,
8Din. wide, for 4c..
ality and the
Store of Values.
Wednesday from 10 to 10:80, From 10 to 10:80 o'clock Fri-
we will sell Musquito Bar for day we will sell Men's 60c -Hall
$1.28, the regular $1.75 kind. Hose for 17c.
Only one to a customer. r
A Real Spenial for the half
holidayr-1000 a. of Embroide From 8 to 8:80 o'clock we will
ry10 ad s aaideo We are f ll Ladi's Half Bilk Hos for
ily to sell t for som hours Onlyo o se. -
Stoll tr L tt yd. lto o
::alnl 0 yard* 'to a, cu.tomer. Only two to.a eoatomer.
This is a Real
Give Away. Sale.
The Great Cool On this Sheet, it These Half Hour
Store and its Great
Summer Sales are
the talk of -the
S To You
Specials should in-
terest every wo-
man In Crystal and
Not Enough Space To Tell It
We have not the space to mention the prices of everything
request that you come and see for yourself. Everything will be
in the h6use, but
marked in plain
It would require an advertisement four or five times uas large as this to quote
.prices. The goods we are offering, are just the things you want now, consisting of
Drnes Goods, Mens' and Boys' Sults, Shkoe, of the Famoum Brands, for the whole
+ul1l. 5 \
Remember that we have'everything to wear, and they
will be sold for what they will bring
The ending da of Special l
is the 18th of Aup st,.ad on
that day we will asell tnla
Sheets from 10 to 10"lO -r Bb.
Only one to a customer.
2 dosen Ladies' Waist,
Voilles, Crepes and Sat ie i
Out9Sa fuI N '.A i.
Gives you choice of the' bst
makes and all the popular styles
at prices that are the loweist '
All 756 Felt Hats, now 48o
All 61.00"t 69o.
All 1.50 8
All .2.00 1.19
During this Special Sale we-
will ell all John B. Stetso Ka
for $2.08. The latest styl- aid
Month yet to Wur Su-
with a big saving on the kind
all good dresere know to be he
Your choice of Society Brad,
Apple Brand and Frank's Su1t.,
at these special prices:
$10.00 Suit now M.
12.50 -* 8.11
17.00 O .
18.O0 t .11.
Men's Palm BReah Suit ull
60 Mao^ Suite of all S*ylern4
colors, worth fxomJin.SOgc
while they lawtye SftPag
sell theor N r
and get the et dE' -
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White House reception and on my way home the hat was entirely polledd"
"What'happened to it?" asked the tailor.
"It got wet," said the senator, "thoroughly drenched. It looks like the
dickens and the fur Is all rubbed the wrong way."
"Well, call up the hatter and have him send after it and Iron It out, and
it will be all right." said the tailor.
"Why, can It be fixed up? It can? I thought if it got wet It was gone
for good. Sure, I'll have It mixed, for I want to get ready for tie next recep-
tion." And the western statesman went away happy.
Wilson Dodges Sleuths to Go on Shopping Trip
SHORTLY after ten o'clock the other morning a distinguished looking per-
son with a carefree expression came out of the White House and stood
for a moment on the portico at the main entrance. He was attired tIn a
linen suit and carried a small bundle
V **j e t of papers under his arm. Soon be
A'Ts ,swung into L brisk walk toward the
AN'T eat front gate, moddtng pleasantly to
DOD K jB those whom he met on the way.
/1 Many turned to watch him as he
strode along, probably being Im-
pressed with the air Pf freedom which
he aeemeo to breathe and his utter
It was, of course, the president of
the United States. But where were
the secret service guards?
Suddenly there was sound of a commotion In the vicinity of the executive
offices. Two husky men of the secret service ranks were then seen rushing
across the lawn. The president quickened his pase, appeared to be aboui to
run, and then gave up the race. As the men, out of breath, caught up with
him, he said: "I came very near getting away that time."
The president was out on a little personally conducted shopping expedi-
tion. He stopped at his bank, inquired about his balance, just as many an-
other American citizen might do, and looked over some summer clothing.
Senator Kern of Indiana Loses His Pay Check
S ENATOR KERN of Indiana the other day called at the ofloe of the senate
disbursing clerk, there to cash his monthly pay-oheok. He reached Into
his right-hand, lower vest pocket, and the check was not there
"Look in your other pockets," surg
gested the clerk.
"No use," groaned Mr. Kern. "I
am deed fool enough to carry all my I
valuables in that pocket. Up to this
time it has cost me $300 to carry my
money and keys there, and now It has
oost me $1,000."
"We can stop payment on this
check-" began the clerk, but the -,
senator did not hear him. .
"I had to make a special trip to
Indianapolis, cotin $0, beemi t I .
lost my safety vault ey sat of t po ," ted the sarewl Keara.
"Then I lost $24 In bla and abmge out et-it. Mow y per eheek-elaeat
$T0M-b- gone, too.
The olerk broke In here to saw* f the deonsolate aseteor tt payment
on the check could be stpe a d a w vouchber lis Kern thankedW
W 1a; the voucher was mU-d and t W oMr pahoesm la b eein r,
"Holy Mosess" said the- dbi b tg elWer tN UsaIst. .i d ye ms
6" t what" 1
"* *9 atro :. ,, ." ,
..; -< p"tWi sNtor ,t, .." .I'... ,
d::. 5Idetd' ,. et pert se t.. .' i2M... :
tFL &,, A. : ) '." *, -. F. ; ,
A'fd ~ l, FJl *sF.,A. .* rr ..-
Inspect Ihcomixg ongai ar0oes5, 5ow
pecially aU freight ad shipments
either by boat or rail from New Or-
leans, where the plague is now being
waged against. Cooperation in this
matter by the people of this city will
be a great help to the state in general
and will prevent any possible appear-
ance of the disease."
Rats caught in traps will be taken
care of at once by the city health de-
partment and subjected to bacteriolog.,
cal examination for traces of the
When the Voters Go to the Poll Next
Election, They Will Decide
Tallahassee.-Florida voters will be
required to vote on three changes in
the constitution of the state at the
general election to 'be held on the
first Tuesday in November, which will
be November 9.
The three amendments bear mae
terially upon the election of all county
officers, commissioned officers of the
state militia and the powers of the
The terms of office of the county
officers will-be made uniform, should.
the amendment pass the general elec-
tion and. will allow topr year terms
for all 'offices after the election of
The governor will appoint all of the
commissioned officers R the state mi-
litia, and their terms ofoffice shall
be continuous during the pleasure of
The new amendment relating to the
Judicl*ey speclftcaly prescribes Its
compebsation set by the state legfsla-
ture and terms of 69floe.
A SUBSTANTIAL SAVIAG
oADE BY COMMII1QNERS
Comirellert' RepMrt Shows New PFrm
,ef OGverbment asn Ee.
F aeNMial One.
Pes*el.--th- ey 4 Omptroluers
rep .04 s mde puVle .at a meeting
of d. ialssMeam. thew that the
tkt I" dia lo* gv M t.
i^ J L JLAItJU/ A- y^. 'eW M p f f36 Its
Lucky Congressman Receives $12,500 Back Sa r n 1 11 ,Toh Ersct
W ASHINGTON.-There probably han never been a maa who looked ap vi a A UA8 1f
W $11,00 with qulte the ame emotions as those whh olled the breast of S ASKED FOR MONEY
Michael J. 011l of It Lotis when be saw that amount walked up to his redit
in the offee of the iNrgeaet44-rm of For New Federal Building at Appalash-
EE i's the house. be it lknow is tohe ola, Lakeland and
Sman who journeyed here Bn e Sft Marianna.
HA Y 'Louis, and after months of 490perat
work suooseeded to prying L 0. Dyer Washington, D. C.-Secretary of the
Mfrom his seat it the house. Treasury McAdoo has sent a communi-
a The money i the "Ilr d O c nation to the senate In which he asks
as a ongressman from the beiana the passage as emergency measures
of this congress. Dyer received the o1 the urgent deficiency bill of appro-
wme amount in monthly PareA tu, priations to buy sites, and start the
and the government loses by it work on the Florida public building
Gill was a plumber, and all heo s.
had when he eme here was a been The secretary of the treasury in-
and $8.500 la the beak They cased him out before he got through with formsthe senate that the movement
One of w eae made statment whis resulted in a roe to temstruct these buildings has been
atnation which cost O1 Just $00. It was the plainest refutation of that pushed forward to the point where
old lti "talk is cheap" that you could find In a day's Journey. Tal vwa't the money will be needed very soon
cheap to Gll, who would sit, there and soe his $S,100 running out like the to purchase sites and start the con.
sand In an hour glass. He had the thing down so tfe that he knew the very struction work and he asks an Immedl-
word which drained the last cent from his bank account and made him ate appropriation so that the plans
mortgage his home. may not lag.
When that tragic word was spoken, 0111 went out and got a job. The Job The appropriations asked follow:
was in a glass works in or near Alexandria. Also his son, Joe, went out and Apalachicola For site and corn-
hooked a Job playing a violin In a obeap theater. mencement, $7,500.
That's why many of the men In the house voted for G11l. They knew Lakeland-For site and commence-
about the glass works, the mortgaged home and the boy playing at 50 cents ment, $10.000.
a throw in moving picture theaters. That's why that $13,500 looked like the Martanna--For site and commence-
pot of gold at the end of the rainbow to the elder Gill. ment, $4,000.
How a Western Senator "Ruined" His Silk Hat JACKSONVILLE WILL
WAGE WAR ON RATS
A WESTERN senator, who is serving his first term In congress. came to Survey of the Harbor Being Made.
Washington well-informed upon matters of politics and of general inter- Use of Rat Traps Is
est. but rather green when It came to questions of conventional attire. He Urged.
visited a tailor and ordered a new out-
fit of clothes, which included a full / Jacksonville.-Mayor Swearingen, in
dress suit and a dinner coat, both of ffW ( order to materially assist In the gen-
them articles of apparel which up to Po0 eral bbonic rat survey of harbors
that time had never graced his fague. MY NICE throughout the state, urges that the
The tailor fixed him up with a proper T citizens of Jacksonville, especially
outfit, advised him as to the cut of fl"W HT those who reside or own property
the vests and costs and told him that 1$ (Ill~tflf -o those who realde or own property
with the full dress suit he must wear F along the water front, begin a crusade
a silk hat against the rate.
In the senator's home town a high '' *- "Although," remarked the mayor,
silk hat worn on the main street "the survey la being carefully carried
would have excited widespread com- on by Dr. C. E. 'rerry, of the ,city
meant and probably would have served as the target for the tow, marksmen, health department, assisted by the
But realfsti that he mut adapt himself to the new conditions and must state bhrd of halth, and no danger Is
uphol( his dignity .aas 8 -stor, he proudly added the hat to his wardrobe, mmedlatl apparent, it is adsable
At the neas White HdAe rqdeptlon the senator appeared ln full reagala. tat a his ity traps
maos the4dee*ePot sta*sme from th eete Hst Mhad anything on W h mHFt e.#I t ad
"*on I Itmaed t e lihn *ii sit* at *h hA .h saw. t 3 *e it #A that e 'ity sho uAb 517 a.
CITY OF TAMPA ENJOYS
According to U. 8. Census Bureau It
Is One of the Most Inexpensive-
k f Qoverned Cities.
Washington, D. C.-The census bu-
reau bIm Jjut Ip-sed a eemprehensive
report of lorida 0 1 on "Finan
cal Statiattwe ol 4 Having a
Pire a port
-u 11U Wq) W W .Qm 1.
Jacksonville-ier capital net reve.
nue reoelpts $37.19; per capital net
governmental cost payments $37.62.
* Taapa-Per capital net revenue re-
ceipts $16.44; per capital net govern.
mental cost payments $15.10.
The report shows that Tampa is one
of the most inexpensively governed
cities per capital' in the country.
KICK ON THERMOMETERS
Gainesville Man Says Mercury Is Be.
Ing Read at Different
KissImmee.-The last meeting of the
board of trade brought forth some in.
teresting communications from differ-
ent parties Interested in Florida and
One letter was from the secretary
of the Gainesville board of trade, pro.
testing about the way official their.
mometers are read in the state. He
claimed that these thermometers are
being read at different levels and he
wishes the co-operation of the va.
rious boards of trade in the state to
combine in an effort to have these
instruments all placed at the same
level In this way he considers that
each city will have an equal chance
In the matter of temperature read-
FLORIDA NEWS NOTE.
At a meeting of Palatka Lodge, No.
34, F. and A. M., the splendid lot at
the corner of Lemen and First streets
was purchased from B. B. Haskell,
the consideration being $7,000. The lot
bought is 60 by 100 feet on which the
Masons at an early date propose to
erect a handsome five story temple.
Congressman Wilson of Florid has
recommended to the postmaster gee-
eral for appointment the name of his
father, Dr. T. C. Wilson as petmas.
ter" at Chiplay, sad wLJ& Titftpon at
.jnformaUoa was. oeteiea Auc.
"'ia of the death, by-lightalag of Mr.
'Walter Mis of Lilly. Mr. Mish
left hboe tll.h1tls wifWe that 1 was
gtinc o i6, a. r aataad that he
voudbe *V m4aty 0 a rtja. He
SJTE J9 QIQ9ATSED
Impressive Ceremoenle Attend Begin-
nlqg of Tappa'o Now AdilnlSa
S ration Bulidln.
Tempa.--y the turning of the first
spade full of earth on the sito where
will stand one of the most handsome
municipal buildings in the state of
Florida, the signal was made for the
commencement of the foundation work
on the structure which will represent
a coat of $200,000. Mrs. Madison Post,
the widow of Tampa's first mayor.
when it was Incorporated as a village
in 1857, turned the first Bovat full of
earth as she stood bythe side of Mayor
McKay, who is grandson to the man
who succeeded Madison P)ost as Tam-
pa's second mayor.
The formalities marking the com-
mencement of work on the structure
were well attended. In a Uttle more
than 50 years Tampa has growth from
a small village Into one of the most
progressive cities in the entire South.
NEW FEDERAL BUILDING
OPENED IN MIAMI
Change In Dates Causes lullding to
Be Opened Without Any
Miami.-The opening of the federal
building in this city took a turn that
was disappointing to many. The Mi-
ami board of trade had arranged for
the opening of this magnificent build-
ing to the public with the blast of
the trumpet and speech making; but
for some reason the opening day was
changed and instead of the blast of the
trumpet and the sound of oratory, the
building was opening for the inspection
of the people without ceremony. The
opening as arranged by the board of
trade was to have been on Monday.
Postmaster Brown, for some reason,
announced that Saturday would be the
opening day. The large court room is
not yet completed. ---
Budnfor, o- OIN
Kerosene for the..Ma44,
Kerosene will oleoua yeow t
ter than anything else fIM d
a range or stove. PotraeL t
water, wash yoeur 4 ,
wash them in top
with plenty of -oop jju
brush in hot Ai .
water 9r l'yv "'. t 4
Naples a Iw
slitoases to Alghi "tbtels
pasted oed .
why No e ,-
Kathlyn-Jack TuM 4l to
my feet the moems iv:1et.
Kittyo--atumbled we 1,A Nip
Relfo ef.. i" ::- -
The chain ued hI
to survey the boa4taqp
kansas was exhib4teSl
of a hardware stor"' u
No, Alonso, a girt tn'tn a
stone blind just biheeq* .i: :"
care for diamond .
F~3t 3 -5
o~f Cntipto i
UWL MU L W._
C Gyo ft 0m ~ u g
WA' ."M- '.eI,
* -'.- -'~ .g&.' *~*fr
-S ., :~~7" *" 7-r7-7- --~7 .?1 --~ICI-
ashthe eCRY slnm
n a c ae nearly aU
4tl ni tsetowl mn aad
o veie wfalle tIte 1 ith
oMwat. h tard actively
Ml MWI w9w be opened
to she l hor. bhe transaction of
nep e hour earn4er than hereto-
S .will doee me hour sooner. it
S whidk e the equivalent of open-
S a 4o- o' O n antral time, .as It
~t Mp DA-O -S COUNTY
ARM GRATLY IMPROVED
Ofmi ^ rem That County ee of
Sthp iagbet Itandard-Other
* ,., : r : p P 6r
a e crop prospects
a t. Al tbheA season grows old-
e )rsga~n crro es and vlues to ex-.
p od, lt 9 tree ai a age th
uality 11 the rptt la improved, par.
gltlyr beoflctew trees arft six to
eight years L -tSh year from now
meany hundreoe of !ad of grapefruit,
orange, g11 o an da ado, as well as
manly ber fruits, will come nla bear.
In .year'by year. Already Dade coun.
har yielded nearly a third of the en.
tire state. By another year or two.
tie yded will be half, If not more,
p4- the quality of Dade county rape-
hfast ha en granted the fnest on
e~ altnt ftor several years.
1110 TRAoD FOR CATTLE
.WAS MADE IN ARCADIA
*mpyS i* 4eq Secf Raising In
OW'When 8000 Head
i,.r ... ^. .- -
.'89wt. and Aiek
q 't MIMakka uM
M ., ", 4 ,' r -
M. that was pulled
gDou&ias. Ca*m -
Slld their fgcrao
with a c. War-
Ire"yn, with' cEt
oUd, landed a
a' $ia 0t 0 9of Bore at Pals
"* jadethat the ly*.
aresrly ,oftea nader the
a e Mothers Iprovement
l artow will bi takes in
iiRStWi ~ by the Untwralty
A t new ompanles with
d In" ,a TkBil to re.
Sleeve. ehacrt, is tho Florida Naval
Stoe. and Mauoaturin" company,
'-e- rt ht jut o,.em. roeofTed
to heie q dtt oled for record
ia the so e o/ Pnk Drown, clerk
o o*~dt .. e Mrt,. -
*,A *Adiqi ork is now under
w I t"f. pastlne add much more
:U t l n V th. the a Rm
.s l e 'by, W.
Agreat at o OthBs
t e ".*asanry, lioa1
"I eod a perw he wam
ECZEMA O CHILD'S PAC
* Marpletoa, W. Vb-"Wi, up little
boy was fae year old he be'ooutJl
little Iae pilplee all oaver his la
At times they wold dry up uA-d e
sealy and peel of, th.the wedVO
break out a"eh aGsim. He woel
aratwh them atil his ae weoluW
law. Tbh esone looded enry .ad
ran blood ad corrSuptio. His te
was red sad diaalred. He aetedm
restless and I had to be ip with him
the greater part o0 the alghts.
"I applied various remedie without
umsult He eotinued to break out
with th ease until 1 eat fet omes
Cuticura Soap and Olntmmt. I used
them and the armt epolfu6a eadm
him. In ten day be wasa ompletely
cured."- (miped) M. Puie Mol* .
bn, Jan. 3j 1814.
Cutr SSoap end Otment old
throughout the world. Sample of each
fre.wlth 8-p. ShIn Book. Adree
card "CuUima, Dept L, B otoa."-Ad.
'They an making pple ood maw
by the smrgeo's knifee"
"By wy of a short sat, I suppose "
-e er -n --% ia e -oi *v
tk m5et Storixas f 6ders .
je mint t- wtth imM&.eiehfaim4.
m b .
eTo m1 -r / r
IN SUCH PAIN"
laebMos 8& DMket.-" ead to fbe
very ec every mmath with beuuag
d-owa palasa ad
bckahe, end had
headache a goes
Very lette dapptito.
sour ed cry, be.
w a eoydd wwk al th e em. I
ma ade metotry Lydk LPink.
ham's ve Ompomad ad I got it
I took three more ot.f pit e
won soeIemw aguakanthe 110 I46
op ry woman whooffer Ie I did
try I. Plkhaa's VegetaMb
Cl d." MMns. P. W, LA.M-ug,
Roate No. 1. Floarem., Sit Dakota.
S daywoutaet e; n to rede y
heart ,te. MisftlmeeurdM
of the oy of living, whw the can Bad
health in L dio Plnkhm' Veetable
For thrty yeam It ha been the etaad.
ard remed foar female Uls, and h ~-
who have been trbled with mbeh all-
ments as displacemetsa, ltqIv mmaio,
uleatimdo, twor, Irreulartie, etc.
U you woat peeal advice wrote to
Lydia L Ilkham Ehdledma o. (eeal*
dai ) Lyan Ma. YTouar er wtll
h Oead rfai at d aMweng by a
woman hal strinet -mm.a
There was a. treat datherig of tMe
church slater and brathrea down oe
Buckalew reAek for the beptiaS, qf
UnIDc Mark and Aunlt Uis. Mart
wa1 phlepae^and aill laned t6 ac-
ea thbe saoenaturoal. a utwtlIla
ownet. Was went Iteo ;the~ pqR
Alti*ih. the p oaher, and we.* I
? ^P*^^"^' ge .aut UyW* EMv-Bita
l~r- &iil L-li aat ilLMink
. "Wh do 9W eat sat d driak? '
Ty bat gras and drink water."
M, t.er, how aO they d~lnk
wter ad lay iafll"
Qew; aeiAd he kbaeobc."
f-rieonda eio ON-w sa at
SlicaloPa. bh b. m IDs ook, 16:
Le ae proae a frW to wi"d
uM and to 'the id
, theft r (tort:
/ *AU moMeihe'"
IWJII e yer Ri t etlem .at all
t la eft-eh-.msad pala-N-eualga.
craemp, Colle 3ss, anrem,. Outs,
Old Sore, Brul ec. AntAe*ple
Aodyum. PMM i SU-Ad. -
shoMld Me eo" ere
Toaut Woman (w heru o*eihborat
dnane)-fGuee whom I met today.
Dtor-rn afraid rm anot a good
"Tou're too odest. Aren't yes at
the top of your profesleonV"-Ule.
enl onh -l seh wiVh ,on Aii*
u LE MOT R"IED
PriletM C Sf alMp Ms'Hr a* One
khe was the smallest ad younseet
C the dally parde of thee who take
baby out for as airing at Washington
Helghte,a noviee msobg perambulator
propelled, relates the New York Cve-
naks Post The prV h itself was a
Jatr giveaway, uaspeked by une,
owrW ea taen baby. A tist alring,
She stopped ead marched around to
frost of the prmaUhe better to set a
view of him or her. It was asleep.
You could tell It by th mother's smile.
But a cload of worrimlat chased the
smile from- her fae and worriment
reow. It was the milary of doubt and
InuMpeoleae Presently she struggled
with team. .
There was bahy lVyln, asleep, mouth
wide open like as 0, eating in the
breeeee from the river. Tbe motherly
and eperleaned oe caum by rjust aa
the mother's oaauish-elld over.
"Oh," she exclaimed in tears, "I'm
dreadfully afraid of geripl And"-
polatian to thropea mouth-"'ouhtn't
I to close Itf -
An American woman, according to
the Mxprees, has a eriou complaint
about the Lomdoa policemen. She do-
clare. that she walked all the way
from Queen's Hall to Plcadilly Circus
with three buttons of her blouse un-
done at the beak, and "not a single
polleman" offered to do It up for her.
No doubt the force was reluctant to
lntefere with what might turn out to
be the latest fashion. A boy scout who
offered the.other day to sew up a split
skirt got his eare oundly boxed.
li Leone. -
Mr. Denils Drew, a well-known
ator-barytone was telling the other
day a story of the WellsCarpentier
dSott, whihe, It will b%- qekmbered.
lasted exotly sevaty-othree e0onda.
Two "anut" net at the elub. Said
one: 'Were se" at the fight last
"Oh, ye'," drawled the other, "but
I wa rather bored, and I did not stay
to the B .- -
upw.oep rmea, s0 or w.ie an sow
*0lt at auction. thet was eone
ied nti to tyograbhueal of
One of theq* erres appeared ia a
oritticlm of Ellen Terry. The review-
er wrote. "Her love of Portia made
acting easy." The seatenea appeared
In the paper as "Her love of port made
Over two hundred umbrella were.
fomad I the ioome of a female lepto-
raniae. She believed in laying up for
a rainy day.
Scotland now has 124 agreieutural
o*ef elve trading modetles.
The romuaseof the
of the pkktuesque -i
women end bra"o m
every cup of deilcoua
"Iwo te hu 06" ciof e
Aft VuM bclkG ANd
T" eFreb h Met ChemC
in dog*t Ye.yr w l r.11
Caprfirg In Winter.
Upon the authority of a government '
official it has been recently announced
that the capriflg may be carried over
winter weather if kept Ia a protected
place and packed in layers of mnBa.
This discovery assures the fig-grower
of a supply of caprifip regardless of
the severity of the weather.
Happy Days Are Passing.,
The world is rapidly pulling away
from the old notion that putting a
man In oce is giving him a license
to loaf at-public expense.
.. .S i I-.
Ys Got. j @t y C. c t
Your Dregli' SOc per Bttle. Mfri KtI
SalvinTuballc. FiMirS eilftyerresice
Drukte or lrube Z ye l.AC.. Clicep
ICP~IrZ s=FLu W'
ieW it 0 a 5tatw
W. N. U, ATLANTA. NO. i0:514.*
h in very Can
i Market Coffee
Sof Andrew JacweMo, of Henry Clay,
ito dchI Laiea, and of-the beatutU
an of the old South, cus arond
old FP emoch Markemlt Coffe.
2M kWPreacfth blend
- La the do d Prauk embut
Inyj am a ll a o
celee-m aly ens a b I h a
c I "."
Mrs. Sarah Wadsworth of Penton.
vile, who has died at the age of one
hundred and ive yean, was born In
Clerkeowell, wheh her father wa a
working Jeweler. In 187 ashe became
a widow. Save for deafness, which be.
came marked In the last two or three
years of her life, she retained all her
faculties, could read the daily papers
and at intervals saw her lawyer to
consult on bualnes matters. She
recollected being tken out by her
father to see the illumination after
Waterloo, and was present at St.
Paul's cathedral at the service held
there after the death of the Princess
Charlotte, which occurred In 1817.-
London Evening Standard.
WHAT T1 DO FOR HOT
WEATHER SKIN TROUBLES
With hot weather come the wort
skin suffering for some folks.. Bcsema,
bhive, beat-rah. Inasect-bites, poison
oak or Ivy, ailbrm, chasing, sad a
doseM other toubla make life unen-
durable. But YOU needn't worry.
That sothliam, Hptole reinol oaint-
mont stope itchie -sad burninS -n.
tantr, allMsy Infamation, end soon
restore the skin to perfect health,
wea 14 a ee, stubborn cases. Doec
S ae iib e rt l lciatmeot
N..- lJBi .Atm ude .
^: *i^ -t ^ *.4?
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:eL/ PAA RKq gdltrt'
nae at the P0N4611e, Orstal B1v.
FSOeStO, 96 e11 ie mall matter. March
8UBS IPTIO 1.00 PER YEAR.
Tansient adertisementa 1I cents per
laeh meh Insertion: by the month. 10 cents
per Inch eh Insertion. special rates wilt
ae glven advertses wishing to contract for
Advertstner space by the jear. Losal no-
tiees S cents per line each inqortion.
Oommunloatlons on live topics, especially
of local IXterest, are solicited. It In under-
stood, however, that the publisher of the
NiWe will not be responsible for ovlnlans
e*Dprese by correspondents.
Col. Roosevelt's silence is al.
most as exciting as his utteran.
ces used to be.
Most men brag on the trans-
parent gown, but you can see
President Wilson is not the
sort of a man to leave his duties
for a week end at Atlantic City.
Albert W. Butler, the new
editor and owner of the Inver-
ness Chronicle is getting out a
good paper. ,
- President Wilson is not afraid
to be seen talKing to "big busi-
aess men", and he has just as
-much of a reputation to lose as
Harry Thaw has just been
awarded $160,000 from his fath-
er's estate after a legal contest
lasting six months. It looks as
if the lawyers are having trou-
bla in keeping Harry's income
up to the point where it will
provide for their fees.
The ftar Isnublishine an ord- ..
* r ,u1U tgpladtA< pat
+:' ,,^" ."T" speT o is fixed st 1 nmiles
per hour in the 'city limits and
6 miles per hour turning corners
'and no auto is allowed to be
1 driven by -any persottnuder 16
,. years.of age.-Dunnellon Advo-
^t- '**'ca <." ,
' The President has again shown
by his triumphant Mexican Poli-
oy that* he is a profound and
-fearless statesman of deep and
broad understanding. The mas-
terly manner in which he heas
eliminated the tyrant and mur-
derer, Huerta from the Presi-
,dency of Mexico, without resort-
ing to war, or bshedding of blood,
elicited the praise and admira-
tion of the whole civilized world.
No President was ever more
' severely criticised in his foreign
policy, than was President Wil-
son, not .only by the "yellow
press" but by many well mean-
ing people, who now realize that
they did not know near so much
about the Mexican situation as
did President Wilson.
R. L Park Editor of Crystal
We observe with a great deal
of pleasure that Mr. B. L. Park,
formerly of this city, is now edi'
S tor of the Crystal ftier News.
+'+ M Hr. Park yas former' foreman
of our job department, is a good
practical printer and a thorough-
l. y priglt, conscientious gentle
*a a, and we believe is just the
daA of a iian the Orystal River
peppl have been hunting for to
giv tone, eSiolency and life to
it publblcation.* ,
S, bespeak for the News su~ch
as wril bring i4t l.
fct ar"* ueMIfNI.
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New Oranization for Crystal River
Finding hotel life entirely too
tame, boarding houses too ex-
pe naive three of our young men
ave rented a boat house apd
chartered a private Yacht to put
in it, and have now moved'their
quarters aboard. We do no know
if they gave due notice to their
former boarding house, but up-
derstand that they preferred
moving at night.
They have named the organ.
isation the Three Day Olub, and
have elected the following offi.
cers: V. T. Howard Oaptain,
Mose Feinberg Cook,RoyThomp.
son Maid, John Juhau Star
boarder and medical adviser.
BUCKLoN's Axo3CA SALVE
FORB COT, BURNS, SO aS
Mr. E. 8, laper,- Mario., N. Y.,
writes: "I hove never 'd a-out,
bmtn, wound ot sore fl would not
bel" ot a bp of MAln'. Ar-
nfr--Balve loday. Kpoh. bandy at
alt tm00es 1.l burr* rsoe, cuts,
Woand&. Pr*ent LoeJW. e; ,"
at yoar Draggst. .
..~- C 7> 4" C'-
*"* ,;,' !
Leave Crystal River
Arrive Gulf Breeze
Leave Gulf Broese
Arrive Orystal River.
:00 a m
Straight fare 85c, 1ound trip 0mc.
Children half fare. -
Week ticket, $2.25
Leave Gulf Breeze 8:80 a m
Arrived rystl River 9:80 a m/
LeaVe Orystal Rivr 1 0 p m
Arive Gulf Breeze S:80 p or
Leave Guf Bree 4,0pm0
Arrive Orystl River 5 O p m
LeavpOysWl River 50 P mU
Arrive tai Breese wO0 ppm
Sunday round trip 40'
- i two&.
mVasi as a Seee udetsa sit -
Reports from the Austrian
border state that the transport,
of the Eighth and Ninth Aus-
trian army corps from Bohemia
towards the Servian frontier be.
gan yesterday, and that there
was no other tra eic on the Bo-
hemian railroads except that of
The two corps consist of thirty
two battallions of infantry with
a large number of quick-firing
machine guns, six regiments of
cavalry, two regiments of field
artillery and two regiments of
the araWnRervice corps.
LATER.-A newspaper dispatch
from Rome says sharp resistance
is being offered to the Austrian
advance from the northwest by
small detachments of Servian
troops left to impede their prog-
ress. The news comes from
Nish, Servia, by way of Saloniki,
The Austro-Hungarian invad-
ers followed the valley of the
river Morauva and first encoun-
tered a body of Servian troops at
Semendria on the Servian side
of tile Danube. The Servians
held their ground until night-
fall and then retired. Both
Austrians and Servians austain-
ed heavy losses, several hundred
soldiers being killed in- the en.
The situation is assuming a
very grave aspect, as it bids fgir
to be a general mix-up of all the
HAS YOUR CHILD WORBMS?
Most children do A. Coated,
Furred Tongue; Strong Breath;
Stomach Pains; Circles under Eyes;
Pale, Sallow Complexion; Nervous,
Fretful; Grinding of Teeth; losingg
In Sleep; Peculiar Dreams--any one
of these Indicate child has- wortms.
Gel a box oKliokapoo Worm Killer
lasative sat: a *natu*ta eapel
the worms. Supplied in candy
form. Eaey for children to take.
6e., at your Druggist.
machine Shop for Crystal Rivr
Mr. G. W. Hyde has the
foundation laid and the lumber
on the around for the erection
of a garage and machine shop.
Part of the machinery has al-
ready arrived, and Mr. J. B.
Dale of Vista, wholi Tto run the
shop, has already moved his
An industry of this kind has
long been needed anrd we hope
soon to see it running full blast.
WHY, WOMEN T1t" OF HO&K
It .is Thir Woul -sI hry nGrw
Tirdo fIt, J4100 Ma U T= ef
"'4"'- t .d-
A man goes ome d from hme
day' work and woods why b i wit
wants to o somewhere In. t eves-
tag. "Wy go out?" he says. "You
must dress up and put on gains sand
manners, and talk dreary nothings to
those who talk dreary othing bek
Sto you. Here Is a delhtful home to
take your ease in a cheerful fi' an
uncut magsaine, a drowey arshair.
whr so o utr
ihe man does not stop to think that
the woman has worked a day to
make the home deliahttl, has laid as
fre, has dusted the arm atr. besides
dolpg a thousand other thltb to eat
able him to enjoy his uncut masauine
in slumberous pace. She likes a
quiet eveoan, too, but oooloe--'ly she
likes somethingI eIs.
"Women haven't the home olstea."
says Jaes to Robinson. "Why, when
I take a vacation, I want nothing bet-
ter than to stay right at home, witir
the children, and potter round the
plaoe. I ho ealittle .I carpeatera it.
tie-there are always a lot of odd jobs
"The two weeks a over before I
know It. But Mary, she'S -different.
She likes to pak her trunk and go to
one of those summer hotels where you
wear your best clothes and talk all
day." And Robinson agrees that wo-
men haven't the home feeling.
No home feelingt To a true mar.
ried woman home Is Indeed her world.
But it Is a world of care a well as a
world of happiness. She never returns
to It with the Infinite sense of relaxa-
tion that her husband feels. o mat-
ter how tired she Is, there Is. from the
minute she unlocks the door, some.
thing to attend to, something on her
mind. What wonder is It that she
wants to roam a little, if only for the
pleasunrof coming back.
The next time your wife asks you
to take her odt for an evqnlng do not
grumble, but conslder how you would
like It If after you had done a hard
day's work. she ckme into yoar office
at 5 o'clock and suggested your pass-
Ing the evening there with a magazine
or two. A oman's home is her plase
of buneas.-Youth's Cmpani.
Character In HaNd Writing.
And hes It Is weol to statm te se
tMlo reason why band writimag edi et
both metal and physeal harate
ti s.. ,p i4 1
enrgy that t e wn
act lmapetuosy. Aath showi w ac
mannerisms weu allb latos the m
class. So, with aeript I rmes, Ithas
been shown a host of times that where
there are a sqnber who write a8ak,
others showing the same style and
sl1ns would hvoe similar tms. By
comparung and analylag these strOks
one is able to "rrive at at essueto
kaowl oft ladlv 'e
A German mM slentist s Povd eO-
eluidvely that the saein of the mind
upon the bran, sad then te e~ts
produce upon the nerouas action of
the band, brings about the .chaMge
yhich an shown In varied band writ.
ians. We and that the business men.
the salesman, use a diffret style aad
employ strokes which do not appear
in those of artists, musicians, *duc
tors and so on.
Guff Breeze Schedule
0. 0. STRANDBERG, Oapt.
~ 2 ~
idal therFrns o M d SOi
not Springs Physicians pronougee tila ihe O
an4 SkinRet4y ever placed on tbuhe ui
v 0.. Treat.ie..Th-. -.4 .
S.i nle ott.,* ..' -
Write us your Troubles. All corregoonene l
f* S ,PR'INGS.
41 want t l you wh deM M b ai
ceived from the use of Thedford'6 Black-Draught' write
Mrs Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mils, Ky.
"It certainly has no equal for la I p, bd aole,
liver and stomach troubles. I flnrmly believe BacDraut
saved my little girl's life. When she had the meass, 2
they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedfrd's
Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no
more trouble. I shall never be withodt-
THE R6O s
.In my home." For constipation, indigesdtio, headache dbil.
aess, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar
ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved Itself a sa e,
reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.
If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Blacki
Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy4five
years of splendid success proves Its value. Good for
young and old. For sale everywhere. Prise 25 cents,
WE keep constantly on hand a FRESH supply of
Drgs, Drug Supplies, T et A cles, PerfauTs
and everything kept in a flrst-classDrug Store,
Nyal'4 Well-Krown Preparains.
-C V W~ci~kerr
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When Your isfood oRi t
Your whole SystemoR'4t
Tif YOUHaanyY.orSknM D DA
o Not Deday until ti6 too latebud Or is.
THE HOT SPRINlS REMDY
a Complete and Potive Remedy for f .
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