Title: Crystal River news
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Title: Crystal River news
Uniform Title: Crystal River news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 51 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Crystal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crystal River Fla
Publication Date: August 28, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Crystal River (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Crystal River
Coordinates: 28.90067 x -82.593699 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1905?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 42 (Feb. 24, 1911).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075892
Volume ID: VID00069
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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I" 'Kha l l esqts le W,': ttc This ,p
FnrNCH AND EcNinI eLASI WITnH n tMion have enabled the Rusalans
ANS ETWEENNM ANS DU L trate the heart of West Prussia. A DEFEATGEMI
E1MIi FIR T iM"Th e ordeal is Inevitable
but temporary. Thus detachlkents Bussian Report Success In Their Without Jedetase War
of Gomma cavalry belonginglto an vu- Campaign Agifnst the Germanc y Miltl Ote Ledi'
FRENCH ABANDON ALSACE C dion operating on- -In e Prussia.
F C A NACEltreme right, hive penetrated to Ron- 'X- ,Prse,.
'Allies AreP ibad (six miles north of Llle), and Tokie.-The emperor of Isaa han Padt*.*l of0. ll d sta
Are Preparing to Ofier Desperte the Toureoing distrldt, which are do- declared war on Germany. Thid a. sa:-K
lteandy to rman fended only by terri rtsI st Utis was taken at thl expitatio of "Namur is partly I "ete 1
Steady Progre. "Our valiant popile.o i know how
to to fnd eare to uppor this trial, thee tto limit of Japan's ultilatum artillery fire opened on he city. Tb*he
Paris, France.-The military with unfailing faith in final success, to Germany demanding the surrender westward morvmnet of the 04krm :
situation was discussed at a spe- which its ot to bi doubted: In telling of Klao-Chow. colames continue O both banks 4!
cial meeting of the cabinet at to the county the whoie truth, the The Japanese government has or- -eouse onm th ange of a e to
Elysee palace, presided over by government and military authoritleo dered the beginning of operations on theN aoutlide the rn .0
President Poincare. give it the strongst- root their land and se.a "German cavalry. forcess
The French war office has is- absolute confidence in victory, which The imperial recript officially in- tro Brse i e.
sued the following announce- depends only on our perseverence and auguratee hos WteEas i-'slthe tr Ehueldoar East ehr e lsgoo
ment: wcpi t orps.of y n
"The French and English, the French Defeated by Germans. re prtoclmthe on of the atemperor "AI b war tax of forty hi ol ars
plan of attack having failed, ow. Berlln.--Ofllcal announcement was sent a thrill through the country. Ja. has been levied on thi ity of -t e.
ing to unforeseen difficulties, maae hete that the German army* pan's entrance upon the fulfillment of eTls by the German gnei a.
have retired on the covering commanded by rand Duke Albrecht her obligations to her ally, Great Brit. "The retreat of the Belgians .
have reition red tof Wartemberg. had defeated a aln, responds to the popular will from tined without incident.
West of th Meus th E FrenDl army at Neufchateau. one end of the land to the other. & "As already announced, after t -.
est of te us the ng It captured many gun, flags and Cheering crowds assembled before the conquering the frontier, our troops '-
lish army on our left was attack- prisoners, including eevdral generals, buildings occupied by the department danced into Lorraine along a frost di
ed by the Germans, but behaved German armies under Prince Rup- of foreign affairs and the admlnistra- tending la the Dona. montai to
admirably, holding its ground precht of Bavaria, Crown Prince Wl- tion of the navy. There were lantern Recent portrait of the emperor of Chateau Salins. They drove the Get-' > A
with traditional steadfastness. helm shd Grand Duke Albrecht are processions through the street The Japan, who as the ally of Great Brit- mans back into the valley of the Seli. "e
"The French assumed the of- vigorously pursuing the Trench. popular manifestation, however, do ala Is entering the European war. rivTer and the marshy district, sdat0r *u
fensive with two army corps. An The army under Prabee Ruppreeht not approach the enthusiasm which advance guards reached Detme, Die ,
African brigade in the front line, captured 150 guns at Luneville, Bla preceded the war with Russia. and Morhtage,
Scarred away by their eagerness moand Cirey (in the French deprt- rlllant Victory for Servia N AND BES FOR FOOD "Bvel Ge my crps m
were received by a murderous ment of Meurthe And Moselle.) De a vigorous counterma amyopttalrso
were received by a murderous The army commanded by the crown Londo.-A dpatch to Ruter's Tel. advanceguards ll bak. The t
fire. They did not give an inch, prince pursued the French beyond 8gram company from 81. Petersburg U. 8. SHIPPERS FEAR THEIR was fierce on both sides, a." I -,
but, counter-attacked by the Longwy. s DRAFTS WILL NOT BE HON. of the greatly sopdor' n rmbi t "0'A e .
Prussian guard, they were oblig- The Germans are west of the river "After a brilliant aervian victory ORED PROMPTLY Germans our troops, who had- b"es"
ed to retire, only, however, after Meuse and advancing against Man- at Matchwa, the Austrians fled to- fighting contlmnuouly for six days,.M
inflicting enormous losses. The bauge. They have defeated an ward the ridi of the Drina, pr- Ships Leaving New York Ar Not treated.-
Prussian guard especially suffer- glsh brigade of cavalry. sdby the trvans, who aturd Carryin Half o Their "uOur left covers the advasalla
ed heavily. ourComplete Victory for Russian rich booty and a large number of cpi, of Nancy and our right h.s
ed heavily. Complete Victory for RussiansorladIng officers. They -- sh a- I
"East of the Meuse our troops London.-A dlspatd to the Daily took forty s,. meet of them Howlt- New York.--Very. ship *at salls "Details received shew th .
advanced across an extremely Mail from St. Peteraburg says the fArt sers; horses, ammunltlon an field, out of New York for English ports occupation ot ueMuh a"t
difficult country, and made vigor- great battle In the east Prussisa the. hospital ind militaryy kitchseu, which these days sal,light, though England success. The efesiv, flrt
oue attack when they emerged water of operations has been fought were abandoned by ,te A trans Is begging for ood. I T a to Dees
from the woods, but were oblig- and won by thAi Rucoan, who ned a Cte om.* ew, m A The Uoer CelUe left wia h.e o wre ), and then to-
dto falbacafter a stff Aht and won by the Russians, who galed 'latch k .- Ro me, y Auttrl hap o t elatu ola her ht when arBradteonto
ed to flback afth er a stiff fight complete victory after ix days of wer drowned in r to the .be "nth 0 care l o e" ;
south of the river Semele. sdetreraofk 0tg. o 0... iN.a rtla r ,n .
ed-to achieve their purpose as a miles on both sides of th, maina rai.l-' i *i r Welti result of difficulties impossible to way line running from Eydtbhaeo, a 00Q take* rntor. -, I tllo a
foresee. It would have shorten- town on the. Russlan. border, West. Germans Retreat From P ala. which hare f
ed the war, but our defenses re- ward. The fighting bagan when the L ndo sie s he waSF.sv
main intact in the presence of Russians attacked the German rst t Petersbu hs -.that the Germans are ~ ght opm0 OtI h-e.5t If
an already weakened enemy. division, which had delivered several In fl retreat ad crossiag-the river same sfo .
3. Si t1o11 fll t retreatmd re -theriver-
"Every Frenchman w deunsuccessful assaults on XUykuhnen. Angerap in East Prussia, SCO ing tre a"dses 'aoL.
Every FrenhanwTde- force..S.Sidesw.rg... .o .e a -i
plore the temporary abandon- The forces on both sides were rad. the Bto Peterburg correspondent of around New York are choked with MNews aNdeyS
ment of portions of Alsace and ayIcreased, the w Germans nal the Renutes Tel rap company. The supplies 'for which land is other says .
Lorraine, which we had occupied, Fierce fighting took a. at Gum.- corespondent adds th e1 s pSr at
and certain rts of the national blanen, when the Germans attempted cross th river nar Baklm a tM.. thel
territory~ will suffer from events to turn the Russian right ak. Though west ofM ..he Masar las the Russians the mi
of whicn they will be the thea- the attack here was conducted with oecupied JSnnis S, Ortelaut roh -0 6*v w"Pto
ter. the utmost 'vigor, the attempt was od Weaubie '.- 64o .4
'!On order of General Joffre, frustrate the brave and stub- uetria. Mak Lt 0 Ai p ; of 0o t
our troops and the British troops brnAnehs of the Russian troops o tn G many and Austria Makoe Last 0l
withdrew to the covering posi- winlg. The Ruslan troops took the Berlin.-BotlR Qirmeo and Autria agem made ned to report.
Iiond. Or tr oop. a intactt; opportunity by the concentration of the hA.% ceed the Lean4.Pe-ther )t i'to 1S vwlbf 1t "Soon 'afterwc *a
tons. Our troops are intact; Germans to the northward to direct a rWerve of ttoope-to0h1 oolors. -Eh a itry, supporte- by..
our cavalry has in no way suf- vigorous assault on their center the news of a great Servian io- o e~k iu Sa e art-ll. opi ed s
fered, and our artillery has aft whereby they captured many gunas. tory, which comes from many sources, ;ry, the U i s "ThM IroopW O. beIlIg
firmed its superiority. Our offi- "The Russian west win pressed on. be true, Austria.Iungary, which must utjmioveraplie a 'i M like demons amd thase h* .
cers and soldiers are in the best ward and drove the enemy out of their be reeling under the smashm blow tlg eat lmste made t ,by, ,I chis e a veritalde tinhe.p. ,
of condition, morally and physi- positions. The Germans then asked delivered by her sma ladversary, wil f e ntorna*onl eaqt gi. 'o r Belgian retea
call. for an armistjse that they might eary need every available T i due they t .t e ready had ia tln b th '
"As a result of the orders away their dad and wounded. This The Russian army o? the aOtU aI W lo to Britisst blae th forts of hLiegehdth
which have bn i th was refused. frontlaer of Germany gradually Is N rgea I bottoms r 4t1. Ia obeck for two heou.,
which have been issued the The battle was decide when the emerging from the mist and in. l su c sh port at the d Sut 'fS "Soth sides e lriilug
pect of tle struggle willechange Germans hastily retreated, pursued force as will soon demand oore at. 1 1" -", *,, when the reotat woa" 3
for a few days. The French army by the Russians. The enemy's losses toentln. Olat Britain neeo e e Aa "Major GOlisomal t St sh
will remain for a time on the de- were very heavy. The Ruians cap- May Confiscate Germn Property y thur artil,. prhe r e Belgian red % garA -t-
fensive, but at the right moment, turned Alras and Ooldap. lforts that Vancouver, British Colubbias.-ThYbe i pieas, British "b stbo. stuhbb a tly lthat onl 'mT
to be decided on by the comman- the Russians have occupied Inter. British Columbia goveirmest is ecs. el se direct fle T The force et Ml Me.faHMZ.J7 o
der-in-chief, it will resume a vig. burg seam to be offcall. T .his meas uidring cosnficas"tie ,. worth bi tt Ge.errea, n.t A'A
OOUS Offesive. hat"Tist, town on uleleft blksk of of Umber Uimt alfd oth ler a < Gr iu a .. i 5.
"Our losses are heavy; it l- the Nie mlan, 0 mes north of Kolg. in is provinc owned B AlvsAo l 7a d? M t Il-Ai o11,
would be prerSature to enumer- Icatlo with o the repart o rssa t s i Oerme SS t? 4 s

fly that the were obliged tQ men with $00 guns, took part. -liter crown becaasn of theeportM d e be flowing sept ti t,. et) -
andr e ,stablish themselves in than one hundred thouand men. The many by the i ol at g .na T t arkfc o te
fresh positions iLLorraine. German forces available in east P l d t fnthe s
"We delivered four attacks is besides the ndmppondant cavalry pd i Chedp Pirn 1 of hmna lsMeael m B S3
from our positions north of Nan- division, are Ave army corps of tie Paris.-Cheap living I s m .; ., -
c Inflicting very heavy loss on .ar, totaling 210,000 men, Wit of the present itatim ,. 'The iry eduat wee'1
nem, on 540 field gps and 180 Bowitsers, be' Meets eold at the low09t pri@ i The Steeki gua IMng
"In om th ew inerl sit sides a condetable umber of siege twenty yeah,an sabat h -- n'the .
nation, we have the full ue of The country where the Mualnsi ts vep eibll.s T, aS atant ,.* v.e.. the "P A,-
our .railroads and retain corn-m wi advae, is ful of large sad ae at tat ata
mand of the seas. Our opera- lake, riuers, cants as d r "Ihe prlesBa.C sk a l .
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B director of the AlbriUht Art g el- ea a ,r TMne, any In
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artists, poets and .autbhe ve .as, needs y ol ea* a- .
to the war. Every 'ssM tt us* *tarupidoe eudaw Ot a 4hS.
arms has answere the oas I Yr A ro th es lei
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triple crown and the body of the paMe
was clad in the ponuifed robes a -
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the basilica, In violet rois sad su- .
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A PRAYER
O,'God, the protector of all who
put their trust in Thee: we pray
for the good estate of this our be-
loved land. that it may please
Thee to preserve to us the bless-
ings of equal and impartial free-
dom. Unite in mutual under-
standing men of alien race and
faith; revive in all hearts a spir-
it of devotion to the public good,
that strife and tumult may be
appeased and justice and truth
exalted. Enable us and all thy
people faithfully to discharge
the duties of our different
spheres, that so the kingdom of
brotherhood and peace may be
hastened upon earth, and thy
will be done even as it is done
in heaven. Amen.-Christian
Register.

Well, Ireland's moblized too.

Are they singing "Onward,
Christian Soldier" over there?

The Bradford County Times is
putting out a good clean paper.

It may yet take an aeroplane


NON. PARK TRAMML REDUCES
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Tallahassee, Fla.,'Avgast 3-
For some weeks Governor Park
Trammell has been gathetina in-
formation that he may determine
what reduction if any he could
make in the State tax miHlag
for the 1914 asneusment. The
Governor about i he first of Aug-
not was satisfied he could make
a reduction of one and a half
mill in the pension tax and so
ordered, but to determine wheth.
er or not still further reduction
of the state village could be
made, it was necessary for the
Governor to take further time
to gather more definite data frbm
a large number of the Tax Asses.
sors. He asked the Assessors for
this information and now since
receiving reasonably accurate in.
formation from practically all of
the counties, the Governor baas
reached the conclusion that act-
ing within his discretion to low-
er the State mihage, ho will. re-
duce the said State millage of
seven and one-half mills as'fixed
by law, to five and one-half mills
for the assessment of 1914, and
has made proper orders covering
said two mills reduction.
The effect of the order of Gov-
ernor Trammell in reducing the
village is that the amount of
taxes which will be paid for 1914
will be nearly six hundred thoUs-
dnd dollars less than would have
been collected had the Governor
allowed the millage to remain at
seven and a half mills. Govern-
or Trammell believes in keeping
taxe' as low as reasonably per.
missile considering the necessa-
ry expenses of the State govern-
mient and also thinks the tax
payers should not be required to
pay such high taxes as to create
a large surplus in any fund, upon
which the State would get only
a small rate of interest.

The earnest endeavors of some
of the saw mill and turpentine
men to provide at least partial
employment for their hands -un-
til the clouds lift, is worthy of
the warmest commendation.
Many of them are making see.
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giving you.thie per athe eiN
kpriee, and tryt gto give yo a
be$ter paper uch.week.
We wish to add that the e&
tor's daughter, Miss Luele Paik
is te- authored' collector for
this ploea Mad'with cue excep.
tion h" been treated, as a lady
should, and we shall expect it in
every instance.
VRight here, we wish to thank
the many friends of the paper,
who have responded so loyally,
and we hope to be able to give
yov sa good a paper as you hope
for.

"DM yo ur Iste mplor sive you a
testmonlal"
"Yes, but it doesat seem to do me
'What did he a "yr
*Ho said I was one of 4e bestt n
hs am.over tened out."
ab
solder.
older will not adhere to M metal
untu that Is about as hot as the melt-
ed solder. In order to solder on t9 aym
thick, khevl arcle either that must
be heated or a copper heavy enough to
carry and hold. much heat must be

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
To Sell Minors Land in Court of
County Judge, Citrus County Flor-
ida--In Be state of Mary Virgin-
ia, John Hyman, Louis Covace-
vioh, Charlotte Elisabeth and Mi-
nerva Pptton Williams, Minors.
Notice is hereby given to all whom
it may concern, that I Minerva Hy-
man Williams, WuardtIn of Mary
Virginia, ohp Hynian Louis Cov-
sevich, Charlotte Elisabeth and
Minerva Patton Williams, minors
will on the 5th, day of September
A. D. 1914 apply to the Honorable
Ooo. W. Dovuro, County Judge In
and for said county, ~t his office in
Inverness, in said county, at 10
o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter
as the matter can be heard, sor aun
tborfty to sell at publicor private
ale the following described ea" es-
tate, in said county, to-wit:
The onoloerth undivided in-
terest in lot o0., (1) petion 8 tlot
four. (4) eotion o. S oo(le-
tjon 17, towussbk l, r i t,
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EEE.EEKE-hLE


WE keep constantly on hand a FRESH supply of '


Drigs, Drug Supplies, Toile Articles, Pedr st

and everything kept in a first-class Drug Store. .

Nyal's Well-Known Preparquem.

Prescriionus Carefully Comw&#"&'


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This is a closed season for title
hunting, by American heireses.

We see by the papers that the
newspaper poets have mobilized.

War may be sport of Kings,
but Kings are the sport of fome-
thing higher.

There ought to be enough in
Mexico's bread territory for both
Carranza and Villa.

After a nation finds out it can
not settle anything by war, it
resorts to reason.

For a season the Socialists of
Europe may rest. Emperers are
doing their work for them.

In a short time it may be nee-
essary to look into the discards
to discover a few missing .Kings.

With all the armies of Europe
tangoing around the continent
some one's toes are sure to be
stepped upon.

That Pennsylvanian who was ar-
rested for stealing a rattlesnake,
might be expected to vote in
faver of war.

Wouldn,t it be dreadful if some
'belligerent were to capture the
ship on which Huert* sailed and
turn him over to Villa?

It will be some years before
the European centers of "art and
learning" will se many Amer-
icans again. Europe's culture is
too explosive.
I-
One American woman travel.
er says that the most beautiful
thinp in Europe tr -the Ans-
trian army olcers, bIt that was
', before the war mausted tkem up.


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enough to keep the rations gai
and it is to be hoped thas the
beneficiaries of these effort wiUl
fully appreciate them.-Leesburg
Commercial.
The Kissimmee Valley Ga.
zette is one of the brightest
exchanges ou our list. $

The Jacksonville Metropolis
Sunday edition was a dandy.
The Met is a good paper and im-
proving all the time.

Governor Park Trammell's or-
der reducing the State tax levy
on pensious, is a big saving.

We lift our hat to the good
people of Calhoun County who
just voted out whiskey.

The improved Metroplitan ap-
pearance of the Peusacola Jour-
nal puts it in line for the "Big
Daily" list.

AN EXPLANATION
lu collecting subscriptions for
the News this week, our repre-
sentative ran across a. man who
seemed to think he was due to
get the paper as a bonus with his
small advertisement.
We feel that we are giving
value received for all the money
spent with us and wish to state
that we are not giving bonuse
of any kind to get a man to ad-
vertise in this paper.
It may have been the custom
to do this years ago, and it proba-
bly has bee, done heretofore by,
the News, but it s* costing mMre
torodueh the paper now than
ever before and we believe geo
are-getting a better paper '
Most Weekly papes every.
where have raised .tbhepP e
their paperw'tfrew Wm di)
one dollar air4 alf. W
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Dated this Mgust~ 1,134. -
ICnerva ~ywaaWilhl~is,
GimrdI~n.
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NOTICE TO ORMDITOBt6
In Court of. te Conity Judge,
State of Florid,. Citrus (oun-
ty. In re state of 1Ohsrie,
0. Foxf de4ee6ed. Td all
Creditors, Legatees, Distribo.
tees and all Persons having
Claims or Demands against
said Estate.
You, and each of you, are
hereby notifle& to present any
claims and demands which you,
or either of you, may have
against the estate of Charles 0.
Fox, deceased, late of Oitrus
County, Florida, to the under.
signed administrator of said es-
tate, within two years from the
date hereof.
Dated August 8th; A. D. 1914.
J. B. WnxMu,
Administrator

Gulf Breeze Schedule.
iaunuch Surprise


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The Woman's Tonic
Min Amelia Wilson, R. P. D, No. 4, Alas, Ad
says: "I think Cardul is the greatest medi ne mon.ri
for women. Before I began totakeCa W Ol
so weak and nervous, and ad such awful d
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as wel a
as strong as I ever did and can eat most anythiil
Begin g Cardul today. Sold by all dealers.
Has Helped Thousands.


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.Orytal Riveyr
win w alati.
be aBtxtI'esday.
t( Feioberg of Dunnel-
I .. towlast ISaturday.
e 'Mh bev was able to
co 6e~tc lModay, but as
h A0ig eory ad,ly,
h toa trip to
^l+nim.. MU. Max .len.
ae# afttr hi business

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biu/t striun of
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l Jagm Md tbhe
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A Oip-, Jno. O'Erien returned
ti Ocala Tuesd*y.
*,R M i i oy 'pet the
*week-eqdiat Gulf Breise. ,
News has gone to extra
espende to secure war pictures
for our ftSrt page this Week,
bqt we fiel confident it will be
apfleciated by our reader. .
Mr,' lapp,.opreprenting the
Metal Culvert Company of Jack.
ville, is interviewing our Conn.
ty Oommssiiones. this week,
who are putting in these cul-
yvert on our hard roads. Mr.
Clapp left here -jeotel day for
Homosassa, to confer with. Mr.
J. J. Williamus.
Norman Williams has install-
ed a new gasoline engine with
which he operates his plant for
furnishing electric lights and
fana.
The County commfssioners
were in session in Invcrness last
wek, trying .to equalize county
takes. -
Mr. Deipoi Mayo and faintly
spent several days here this
week, the guests of Mrs. Juban.
Miss OChristine Sparkman is
,holding down central at the tile-
pon ofice, during Miss Nita'


1M oN*4ay afst* muo*s bat.
tie between mbnmy ,Hoy ad an
tlligate resumed in a vietory for
.TomBft h.baving aptured the
wbol~awmount of two feet of al-

The family o J. L danks
retired to the Island Monday af.
terrsvibg spent SaNday In town.
Miltellsie Miller spent Tues.
day in town. She was oocompa-
nled boqk by Mim Alice Bow-
man oft airmount who will be a
guest at Cedar Camp for a few
,days.
Mster Floyd Vana A y of
Oottge Detroit is on the sicK
hat this week. We hope to see
him around again soon.
Mr. Eubanks carried quite a
party in his launch over to Cap-
tain Beck'Tueseday. They came
iack laden with fresh vegetables.
Tommy HBoy went to Crystal
.Thursday to take part in the ball
game against the Inverness boys.
- Mrs. A. 8. King and three
children of Shady Camp spent
Tuesday in Orystal.
We have been bhving extra
high tides this wekefch to th
delight of the bathe "
James Stevens and 16pter Hoy
went up to attend the~'~llgame
at Orystal WedB f last
'week.
Mr. and Mnrps Van:An Roy
spent Wianear at 4theA home
in town.
Mr. Berma MiloUr ws aguqt


1U. A 4X4w an.4 .two
440f Gpinesville, ar4 vis
fu lati4* at Mulberry CMup.
Caph Chbtle brought a large
number of pleasure-seekers to
Gulf BDree, Sunday afternoon.
Among the number, a party from
Duasnellon.
Roberm Oribb spent Sunday
night at Gulf Bres.e Camp.
Southern. Investors
The following patents wete
issued to Southern clients re,
ported by D. Swift & Co., Pat-
ent Lawyers, Washington D. 0.
who will furnish copies of any
patent tor ten cents apiece to
our reader. .
Alabama-Frank M. Morton,
Phe6nix, steam dying machine;
flepry W. Millions, New Deca.
tur, Bridle bit; W. J. Sinith,
Banemer, Splice bar; Oolemen,
Papal, Elberta, Vehicle brake
appliance.
Florida-Charles A. Hooks,
Oxford, Bean fuller; Oarl A.
Tornberg, Marathon, Wrench.


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soet btas or rusty nmif Swaa'rs
Liniment disinfoes Cutsea
and sores. You enanot oird to be
without It In byor hoa. Money
back If not afled.Only no. at
your Druggist.
W. H. Boswell of ernands
was in town a few days this week
Let us all join hands and poll
together for the advancement of
our town and county.
About thirty or thirty- ive of
our young people went over to
Gulf Breeze Thursday night and
enjoyed a box supper on the Is.
land. They report a moot de-
lightful time.


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We are n lad to extend any aseommodaticas
consistent owit good banking. COome in and talk
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Thanrsday Captain 'Larslie
passed, the Island taking the
baseball boys, and a number' of
"rootersa' to Oedar Key to play
ball sagainstthit teem. The Is.
landert were awakened in the
We melll hoMad of the morning
by the, obeer of the boWs as they
asod ona their return trip.
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WARSHIP HALTS THEIR SHIP


Dfffloulty Met on Every Side by Tour-
Its In Their Efforts to Reach
Lorfdon.

Washington, D. C.-After having
been at sea eight days making all
possible headway from Plymouth, En-
gland, to the United States and af-
ter having o German cruiser send
two shots across the ship's bow with
a demand to halt and surrender any
contraband that might be aboard,
Senator D. U. Fletcher, with other
members of the American commission
assembled by the Southern Commer-
cial Congress, reached New York
and later went to the national capi-
tal.
When Senator Fletcher was seen
and asked for a statement concerning
his trip, he said:
"The work of the commission was
completed in England and France, but
the investigations to be In other coun.
tries were cut short by preparations
for war. The members of the com-
mission were at Lyons when the gen.
eral mobiliuation of the French army P
was ordered. Railway schedules were I
suspended, and it was with consider.
Lie difficulty that Paris was reached.
The scenes in Paris were marked by
decisive action that produced conges-
tion In ordinary travel, as every
means of transportation was used for
military purposes and all other de-
mands subordinated to military t
needs."


f WAR STOPS PAVING

St Petersburg Does Not Want to
Pay Excessive Rates of Interest
St. Petersburg.-Cessation of pay.
ing operations in St. Petersburg, after
*contracts now being filled, have been
finished, pending the adjustment of
financial conditions that have been pre-
'cipitated In this county by the war
In Europe, has been asked by the
commissionerr of finance of the Georgia
Engineering company, which holds
contract for many miles of paving in
iu nt The request was made at-
" -- r l-,d00 worth of paving certifi-
cates were offered for sale, and mar-
ket could be found for only one thou-
sand dollars' worth of them, the city
having to take up the rest of them.
Since the city has to accept the pav-
ing at once, after It is completed, if it
Is satisfactory and payment has to
be made within ninety days, the
commissioners thought best that the
city should not have thousands of dol-
Iras' worth of interest-bearing securi-
ties plied upon it to buy and pay Inter-
est on. Two weeks since the commis-
sioners had applications enough to
have bought the entire' $12,000, but
upon the outbreak of the. war appli-
cants decline to invest their money
for the present.

READY TO BUILD ROADS


Work on St. Augustine County High-
ways Will Start at Once
St. Augustine.--The final prelimina-
ries Incident to the securing of sir
hundred and fifty thousand dollars
on the county bonds for Srick high-
ways was completed here, and with
the full amount of tioney now availa-
bl, the work of constructing the qJx-
ty-five miles of brick roads will com-
mence practically at once.
This will be good and welcome news
not only to. the people of 8L Augus-
tine and St. John, county, but also
to the state of Florid* at large and
the thousands of winter visitors who
annually spend the season here.
After the $650,000 worth of bonds
had beetf brought down from New
York by County Attorney W. A. Mac-
Williams, there were Immediately
signed by Chairman L I. Moody of
the county commissioners and by
County Clerk W. Wallace Snoa ,
which validated them.

PIRE ALARM SYSTEM PROPOSED

DeLand Is Planning Methed of Giving
Warning of Fires
DeLand.-The city council passed
an ordinance providing for the vacel.
nation of all children attending the
public schools of the city at Its meet-
Ing recently.
The mayor had a drawing for a nre
alarm system which he placedbetlore
the council to: he esad. at a -btter
system could be 4oyllse. Ies wol4
divide the to~ l tto bur uiers,
Snombertng eaoh ae Of thee quar-

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OREAT DAY IN TAMPA


Tampanama Celebration Event Long
to Be Remembered
Tampa.-Forty thousand citizens of
Tampa and South Florida .joined in
he closing exercises of the Tampan-
.man celebration, which has been
eclipsed only once or twice In history,
when Gasparilla came to town.
More than ten thousand persons
joined In the diversions of the mas-
uerade and the dancing of the "Tur-
key In the Straw," "Money Musk,"
Rye Straw," and other "Arkansaw"
ielodles, played by Heldt's Military
and, which was a leading feature of
ie Tampanama celebration.
In addition to the ragtime melodies
o the waltzing strains of which the-
he band played 'Marol Triumvirate,
multitude of masqueraders walte-d the
a i played arei TrlVl ,"
ep "4mtan *P ," pipem;
The "Ipnny South" add selections
rom Southern songs, which included
Nellie Gray,"-"Suwannee River" and
bout everything that appeals to the
southern heart, were In the reper.
oire.


RECALL ELECTION SEPT. 17

Voters on That Day Will Ballot on
Recall of Commissioners
Pensacola.-The city commissioners
set September 17 as the date for the
recall election on Commissioners Pou
and Greenhut. -The clerk of the cir-
cuit court certified to the commission.
ers the fact that more than twenty
per cent. of the qualified voters of the
pity had petitioned for the recall of
these commissioners and the last day
had arrived when the commissioners
had to act in setting the date. Thus
far only one candidate has announced
for the position, but it is expected now
that many will come out, inasmuch as
the positions pay $3,000,per year each..

FLORIDA NEWS NOTES.


Much interest is being manifested
In the movement suggested by Ruble
Allyn, editor of the Sarasota Bun, and
now being promoted by Mayor A. B.
Edwards for a good roads automobile
tour to and from Eustis, In and near
which sand and oil roads have been
constructed with good results.
At a meeting of the administrative
offices of the executive department of
the State of Florida, at Tallahassee.
Governor Park Trammell presiding, a
resolution deploring the death of Mrs.
Woodrow Wilson and expressing syam-
pathy to the president in hIs hour of
bereavement, was adopted and ordered
spread upon the archives of the state.
A severe electrical storm, which
covered the .entire section tbroiad
Pensacola and extended to Alabaha,
was experienced, with considerable
damage Il some sections. The princi-
pal damage here was to the telephones'
and electric lights. .The lighting
flashes were vivi and anco0s6anied by
KA of thunder. '
o beakliap 1aftst ina to Onriande
were t the raee to b. de ignated as
the depoeltory to. Iwet''ant id)it
tuds by tr tes ie beaahnper, these
lsUmtiutlo beinA thew OriedAo DBat
and Trea Coiany and the -o opvs
Natiosal Bask oo otaenda, tha fowu


IvTOOK I- POSSESSION OF
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BLIND SCHOOL IMPROVEMgNf

Three New Bufldinf May Be 'Ieeted
at the *tat* iMetot
Jacksonvillle.-At e jUi" bh e of
the state board at. eoftbscl Whll.hu
charge of all state education latitut.
tionx, plans were approved for'a dairy
barn for the agricultural department
of the University of Florida In datles.
ille; a laundry and heating plant for
the deaf, dumb and blind institute in
St. Augustine, and a training school
for the A. and M. college io Talla.
hassee. Plans for these structures
were drawn by W. A. Edwards, the
board's architect.
Bids were authorized for these new
structures, the same to be opened and
contracts awarded at a meeting of the
board In Jacksonville on September
14. 1914.
Professor Rolfs discussed with the
board several proposed improvements
for the experiment station, sad offer.
ed some suggestions In the campIgn
to keep the boll weevil ouWt of Ilonda.
Upon the suggestion of D. M. Low.
ry of Tallahassee, it was decided to
move the twenty-mile boll weevil
"dead line" and extend it thirty miles.
east, making it fifty miles, so as to
conform with the Georgia lines.
The lino will now be about two
miles this side of Tallahassee, and
will remain there until the government
establislhes its 1914 boll weevil line.
The reports of Doctor Conradi, pres-
ident of the state college for women,
and Doctor Murphee, president of the
University of Florida, showing that
these Institutions were in excellent
condition, and that the matrloulating
was heavier than at the outset of any
previous year, were received and ap.
proved.


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prints the bWNW their steds late the etMle*
SBrussels peeked ranks thoe MpetatorM, thrq at
ending them with uplifted swerde aid
of reason stilling the momentary ryeVl ,
rnment at At one point of the march a 4aMo
the civil hawker offered lowers for sal to the
would not soldiers. As he held up .his posted a
I ordinary captain of bhuqsra, by a movement of
with the hiM steed, sent the poor-wteteh sprawl-
Ing and bleeding in the dust. Then
and slum- from the crowd a French woman, her
remained heart scorning fear, cried at: "You
eight their brute," so that all gtolk been.
Bear In Betio g t"W0fe4ik
0." There was one grO pea to,
itly. The peretrated by a runner, wh. let
1 all lips along a bear, evidently b# pet of is
here," or battery, whichwas dre d In be full.
regalia of Belgian general. The bar
were al- was evidently Intended to represent
Is of the the king. He touched his cooked bat
llery was at inervals to his keeper.
Waterloo. This particularly irritated the Bel-
t packed glans, but they wisely abstained from
ervervue, any overt manifestAtion or any an-
Dleasant feature of behavior.
came In The soldiers as they passed.Aore re.
q crowds peatedly at the national colors, which
lately be- every Belgian lady now wears on her
breast.


Chligo.-The Tribune p
following special cable from
via London:
Tield0ng to the dictates
and humanity, the civil gove
the last moment disbanded
guard, which the Germans v
recognse.. The soldiers and
police w6re thea intrusted
maintenance of order.
After a day of wild panic
berless nights the citizens
at their window. Pew sou
couches.
Cry "Here They Comr
The morning broke brilliant
city was astir early and on
were the words: "They are
"They are comingg"
The "they" referred to
ready outside the boundaries
city In great force. The artll
packed of on the road to M
Horse, toot, and sapper were
deep on the Louvain and To
ren roads.
An enterprising motorist
with the Information and thi
in the busy centers Immedia
came calm.
Burgomaster Gives U|
At eleven o'clock It was
that an oecer with a half a
hussars bearing white flags h
ed outside the Louvain gate.
The burgomaster claimed
Iltlzens their rights under t
of war regulating an unfortifi
tal. When roughly asked if
prepared to surrender the ci
he threat'that otherwise it w
bombarded, the burgomaster
rould do s". He also decide
nove his scarf of office.
The discussion was brief.
he burgomaster handed over h
t was handed back to him
was thus entrusted for the tim
'ith the civil control of the 4
he Germans gave him plainly
erstand that he would be h
possible for any overt act
art of the populace against t
nans. -


Triumphant March Beginst
From noon until two o'clock the
crowds waited expectantly. Shortly
after two o'clock the booming of can.
non and later the: sound of military
music conveyed toAhe people of Bras
els tf Inta tha tit p,

cleat cry efeit I i6 *" '
On they c MAI M iyW a
tog party of thisa t toot -
NAilUey-and SaOOPe a Blege"
tai eoamplete
A special feature of the procession
was 100 motor can on which quick
frers were mounted. Envry regiment
and battery was heeded byria band,
horse or foot. Nowjoame the drums
and Stfe; now the. Me of bras and
soldiers singing "DIWaeeht am Rhein"
'and "Deutechiland heor Alles."
Death Head MNu-est There
Along Chabise* de Louvai past It
Josse and the botanical gardens to
the open space In front of the Garo du
Nord, the usual lduaging place of the
tired twaddlers of the city; swept the
legions.
Among the cavtliry were the famous
Brunswick Death's Head Hussars ahd
their companions on many bloody
Aelds, the eiten hussars. But where
was the glorious garb of the German
troops, the cherry-colored uniforms of
the horsemen, and the blue dOf the In-
fantry? All Is greenish, earth color
gray. All the helmets are covered with
gray. The guns are painted gray.
Even the pontoon bridges re gray.
"To the quickstep beat of the drums
the, kaiser's men march to the great
square,. Charles Regler. Then at the
whistling sound of the word of com-
mand-for the sonorous orders of the
German ofews seemed to have gone
the way of the brilliant uniform-tm e
gray-clad ranks broke into the famous
goose step. while the good people of
Llege and Bruessels gad at the pass,
tang wonder with mouths agape
Crowds Want Revenge.
t the railroad etatlon the great
processilon died tio the boulevards
and thence marched to encamp on the
heights of the cityf alled tobelboeg.
It was trull as eight to have.laddbued
the eyes of the kaiser'but oa the side-
walks men were muttering beneath
their breath: -
"They'll not pass he re their way
baek The allla will do to them,*
Many io em yegwI-me In In the
great a my seemed asMted after
the la-m tieed mar, but as a man
stiagtred hi eoearn ta.the ranks
b6elMU ..aa .. .
U a 0 t o ala t m
presive Ift Ith WAI r ,JD r Ill
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Refuse Gold In Payment.
A more pleasant Inoldent was when
a party of Uhlans clamored for admit.
tance at a villa on the Louvain road.
They disposed of a dosen bottles of
wine and bread and meat. The non.-
commissioned officer In command
asked what the charge was and offered
some gold pieces In payment The
money was refused.
Wear the steps of St. Gudule a party
of officers of high rank seated in a
motor oar, confiscated the stock of
the news venders., After greedily
scanning the sheets they burst Into
loud laughter.
March Forward for Hours.
Hour after hour, hour after hour,
the kaiser's legions maarhet late
Brussels' streets and .bolevards.
Some-.egimeals made a fla appear-
ance. It was notably so In the base
of the 81ixy-sixth, Fourth and Twenty-
sixth. Not one man of these regi-
ments showed any aign of excessive
fatigue after the grueling night o1
marching, and so doubt the ordr to
break ste was dstd4 y tn to
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thebo os were ole sadM a th
dawn on most ot il wln-ow "

Tells of Taking G Frman g.
Paris.-An offitr. of a French riMe
regiment gives to the Petit T'royen the.
following account of the capture of the
irat Gernaur-fte:
"The engagement of the PreaTh
troops with the NIinety-ninth brigade
of Germans lasted from 5:80 a. m. to
9 at night. '
"The artillery combat was terrible.
The French 75-millimeter guns made
havoc among the German horses and
then reduced the heavy German guns
to silence. The gunners were decim-
ated by the French-.fre and they aban-
doned their pieces, which fell Into
French hands.
"The German machine pgun from a
church'steeple continued to ravage the
French, but the church finally was de-
molished.
"At nightfall the French charged
the enemy's defense 'work with Irre-
sistible energy and took them at the
point of the bayonet. They estab-
lished themselves there for the aight.
"In this action the Fifth company
of the First'battallo captured a Ger.
man tag. with eight guas. 90 horse
and 837 prisoners, nclaudlg teo oa.


Amerlane In PFrench Army.
ParIs.-Hundreds of foreigners pre
sented themeeves to the military au-
thortiles and offered their series as
volunteers. Among them were 150
Aerlcans, XI of whom were medial.
ly examined and accepted. The pro-
portion accepted among the other for-
elgners was about t thirty per cent
The remainder of the Americaa will
be examined. Among thd 4U Aaeri-
ean citizens accepted wre WlllaM
Thaw, sone of BenJain Thaw of Pitat-
urghn, and a eonita of wasf wh
wa engaged as a' av6ator.

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