Title: Crystal River news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075892/00070
 Material Information
Title: Crystal River news
Uniform Title: Crystal River news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 51 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Crystal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crystal River Fla
Publication Date: September 11, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Crystal River (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Crystal River
Coordinates: 28.90067 x -82.593699 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1905?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 42 (Feb. 24, 1911).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075892
Volume ID: VID00070
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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Second Army of British and Russians
Ise Cloing In on Rear of
rGerman Army

When officials of the United States
learned that the triple enteate compris.
Ing England, France sad Russia had
signed an*agreement in whioh neither
of these countries would enter Into a
peace agreement unless all three had
B previously accepted the agreement,
they were considerably worried and
it is the general belief that this means
a long drawn out war and may include
S.- 'the entire world before the end is
., reached.
The British war office has made the
announcement that the casualties of
the British army in France up to Sep-
Stember first was 16,000. This, however,
it was stated by the British officials,
Is hardly one-third of the losses of the
Germans. Another call has been made
by both Great Britain and France for
more soldiers and while France called
for a quarter of a million Great Brit-
ain placed loo limit on the number of
recruits wanted.
The situation before Parst Is becom-
ing more complicated every day and
- it now begin to appear that the Ger-
mans will soon find themselves faced
by an almost invincible army entrench-
ed before the forts of Paris, while in
the rear their retreat will be cut off
by an army of 150,000 Russians, who
are now on their way from England. A
greater portion of the German army In
North Belgium has been withdrawn
and hurried into Galicia to assist the
Austrians in their steady progress
through Galicia.
Paris Prepares for Slege
Every preparation has been made
for the last stand of Paris. The seat
of government has been moved from
Paris to Bordeaux, wheao the French
officials, as well as the legations of
other countries have fled with the ex-
ception of United States Ambassador
i rick. General Galllend is the mill-
SInto the French ty to strengthen
.'the garrison now on duty there. On
S .'tt'e outside of the city the activities
Sf" in preparation for defense against Ger-
man invasion is even greater. All of
the homes within the range of the
third and second line of forts before
Paris have been razed. Hundreds of
thousands of men have been engaged
,- In digging miles of trenches before
the city.
The Japanese during the past week
have been pouring thousands of sol.
diers into Lung Kow, China, and are
assembling their forces for a desper-
ate encounter with the German forc-
es in China. Reports have been re-
ceived that there are many other trans-
ports ready to sail and that their des-
tinatlon is unknown. The theory has
been advanced that the Japanese will
go to France to support their allies
before Paris. However, a more prob-
able suggestion is that the Japanese
are preparing to protect the French
and British interests In Asia and In.
While the operations of the Russian
armies in East Prussia against the Ger-
man forces have been on the verge of
a disaster and the Russian military au-n.
thorities admit a demoralizing defeat,
the news brought from the Russian
army fighting its way through Austrian
Galicia has been that of great victo-
ries. So overwhelming has been the
defeat administered to the Austrian ar-.
mies In Galicia by the Russians that
it is not thought possible the Austri-
ans will be able to interfere but very
little with Russian progress.
With the capture of Lqmberg, the
capitalan4 strategic point In Austrian
Oaelcia and the complete rapture of T
the Austrian forces in Galicia, the Rus-
s ans will now be able to continue
their march on Berlin with even great- '
Sn speed. The kaispr has been aware
that a great danger lies In that dtfec.
c teon, and has been withdrawing troops f
,,' f. rom the northern portion of Belgium a
.' s and hurrying them to relatforce the e
German troops already on duty on the s
Russian and Autrian frontiers.

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lo-f:'. ,. aKann (doees from Vladivestok via
Vae du* Is being cdasidered. t
Sfam i"knownere, the British h
u"v4nmarL h o Ifntention of trans.
W :,-n..g:h': adiKh tn troops by way of
,,, Canada. The distance between Bo. r
V '^ bay sad Sngland via the Sue canal Ps
Is m eh shertr. No 3ast Indin or ft
"' t ,ope hae ben leaded at re
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London.-Driven back slowly b

steadily by the great war machine (
the kaiser, the allies of the triple ei
tente are standing with their back
almost: at the walls of Parts. Thi
they will retreat no farther- Is tb
confident belief of England.
Years ago the englsers of Frqa C
foreseeing the inevitable conflict wit
the Germans, mapped out the Aren
for the titanic struggle they kne
mAst some day be staid. It Ues n(
far beyond the outer walls of Pari
where hills and forests and stream
give the advantage the advantage to the defender
If France must fight, said her minl
terms of war, she would Asht on t
ground of her own choosing.
Triple Entente Will Stand Together
London.-Russia, France and Gres
Britain have signed an Agreement thl
none of the three would make peac
without the consent of all three ni
Following la the text of the protoc
signed by representatives of Gres
Britain, France and Russ*:
"The undersigned, duly authorize
thereto by their respective goveur
ments, hereby declare as follows:
"The British, Fran ad Russia
present war. The three government
agree that when the terms of pea,c
come to be discussed, no one of th
allies will demand conditions of peace
without the previous agreement o
each of the other allies.
"In faith whereof the undersigne
have signed this declaration and hav
affixed thereto their seals.
"Done at London, In triplicate, thi
fifth day of September, nineteen hum
dred and fourteen.
"E. Grey, British Secretary for For
elgn Affairs.
"PAUL CAMBON, French Ambassa
dor to Great Britain.
"BENCKENDORFF, Russian Ambas
sador to Great Britain.
Germans Depart for North Belgium
Amsterdam, Holland.-The Antwen
correspondent of Telegraph sends the
following dispatch:
"A strong Germaq force left Brus-
sels in a northwesterly direction, havy
ing probably been ordered to cut com.
munication between Antwerp and the
coast. They marched ,by way of
Merchtem, Buggenhout and Dender.
monde. They set fire to several hous-
es and the .railway station at "uggen-
hout, and cut the telegraph wires. A
German'patrol cut communication be-
tween Ghent and Antwerp by way of
"The country surrounding Antwerp
now has a remarkable appearance as
the dikes to the southwest of Malines
were opened by the Belgians and the
entire district was wooded. This took
he Germans completely by surprise.
They worked heroically waist deep In
water under fire of the Antwerp forts
o extricate their guns and suffered
rvere losses."
Austr'lans Pise to Mountaint
Geneva.-Reports nrehin here
rom Italy declare the eobre Austrian
rmy has been flung beak on the Ca>
athians. Their retreat, th repeat
ay, is becoming a rout, witkrCoeaseeks
ursuing the Austrians.
Rhelms Taken by Oermane
Berlin.-Rheams has fallena into Ger.-
ian hands without relstance. The
mny of Bueleow has Waptnred 10em
iaen, heavy, 1- IIght, guas, als
German official dispatches adult
hat the fortres still remanains In thea
ands of the iench. -. '
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Ia Demanding the Attention of Con-
grese-Tax en Wines and
Liquors Propseed

Wasinagton.-President Wilson has
an&o*nqed that he would not make a
speaking tour during the coapng cam-
paigs. He declar*4 his intention. of
studyingg on the job," because of the
"unlookedfor Intdrnational situation."
The president made known his inten-
tions In a letter to RepresentatlvO Do-
remus of Michigna, chairman of the
Demoorsto onogressional committee,
who had written asking whether he
would make a speaking campaign this
fall. The correspondence was made
public at the white house. ,
"America Is greater than any party,"
the presidmt wrote. *.
"America cannot properly be served
by any man who for a moment meas-
ures hils interest against her advan-
tage. The time has come for great
things. thesee are days big for des-
tiny for the United States, as for the
other nations of the world. A little
wisdom, a little courage, a little self.
forgetful devotion may, under God,
turn that destiny this way or that.
Great hearts, great natures, will re-

Congress May Place Tax on LiquMos,
Domestic Wines and Proprietary

W'ashington.-Interest in war reve-
nue legislation overshadows everything
else in congress.
Administration leaders are moving
cautiously, eager to submit a measure
to assure $100,000,000 in additional
revenue and also to avoid political pit.
falls. Democratic members of the ways
Anvim nM elmmittoe havo ureoed that

. creased levies on beer, malt liquors,
domestic drinks and like commodities.
In many other adurces of internal rev.
enue, however, leaders find themselves
confronted either with economic or
political objections.


it Paris.-Paris again showed its. re
of markable adaptability to circumstance
es. Though all allusions to such a
Contingency had been strictly forbid
's den in the newspapers, that the gov
at ernment will be transferred to Bor
ie deaux was an open secret several days
age among Journalists and public offi-
Scidals and In military circles.
Among these persons the effect of
th the announcement had been largely
a discounted. The public, after Its first
w surprise, is viewing the situation with
ot composure and there seems to be a
s, better feeling all around.
s Military secrets are being so well
L guarded that all reference to them li
*- largely speculation; but it is a rea
!e sonable supposition that General Jot
fre prefers to accept a decisive battle
r against the Germans in front of the
Kt forts and the entrenched camp of
at Paris.
:e An immense and complicated sys-
8- ten of entrenchments Is being con-
structed outside the city. It is re
)l ported that the engineers in charge
it of the work are keeping several hun-
dred thousand men busy.
d It is officially announced that Gen-
n- eral Galleni, commander of the army
defending the city, issMAthe follow-
m Ing pftclamtaten t e'4e.ihabitants
O -a 1iv*n* 6
t of the republic haveleft arls in or.
e der to give a new Imnpettfs to the de
e fenpe of the nation. I have been or.
e dered to defend Paris against the n-.
f vader. This order I will defend to the
d (Signed) "GALLIENI,
e "Mlhltar7 Governor of Paris, Command.
ing the Army of Paris."
L Pelneare Arrives at Bordeaux
SBordeaux, France.-President Pots.
care and the members of the French
cabinet arAved here and were greet.
*ed by immanse and cheering crowds.
President Polncare has taken a res.
Idence In the prefecture. The minis.
try of war is located in one of the
Buildings of the University of Bor-
deaux. Offices for the other minis-
tries have been found in various pub.
iHe buildings.
Turkey Barra U. S. Crulser
Washington.-Turkey has declined
to grant the request of the United
States for permission to send the crul.
ser North Carolina through the Dar-
danelles to Constantinople to deliver
$150,000 in gold deposited here for the
relief of Ameritant
The grand vteer has informed the
American government that the waters
of the Dardanelles are mined and that
it would be unsafe for a vessel as
large as the" North Carolina to go
through the straits. He declared also
that It aight establish a precedent for
the passage of other forced warships
and suggested that the American a-.
yal yacht Scorlona, on duty In Turkish
waters, be sent to sea to ,seet the
North Carolina.
Agreement Means a Long War
Washington.-Officials and diplomats
here believe the agreement Just sign-
ed by Great Britain, irane and'M X-
is not to make pes ace pt m
tsal consent, meat the war wtuld be
foag~t to a dee sive ad. On an aides
the a*nonneAment was aseptfed, t
1meaning Initabe prolousigim of tA*
struggle. Preiddmt lWUImad Sea*t
tary Bran Weve soid to have teen
aevgsse4 bt thawe ;s -
SBritis Creleer Rep rted ,atk
New. Yok.-The' berman = malset
Karlsrelie has Yed and-bde n dis-
abled the Brf rer Bristol off
the east of according to 8. H
Wdstber, A t of the Oeashn
saby an1 s.aer of sevety-slght OGe
mans w 1 :AIived hw 'an the Clyde
dits stl iiAp Al n fo f uert
CosgaUh on their W to Joi te ee,
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whbih year, 1M wa6 ."
tary to the Ia ,te
He wu aspoooed aM
tary of state lan 1WI od
was *kItead to the t Post
the hol oak.
In 1 he Towhe appotted .
dlo of Madrid 11A @*0o*tid e -l l
signor Rinaldain, but this t
was cancelled'thf- 4 gw
incident' had oocurred Jusit hP .
was made archbishop of Bolo
When Monpitno Delia
given this post it was declared a B0"'
that it was mainly with the o6* ft
combating mo4en relg1oW la0L,tl-
logna being tje heaiquhrtr at'Wu
National Democratic L 0.

Movement HMa Spread to
and Congreemamn Fal
Washlngton.-r-OilatDtV I.
the "buy-a-balet-fo tto A
spread to W bashitton Uand
Bale" club was orpatsed Ift
States senate. Every
present In Washitnton i
ganisation, each .
buy at least eat bale ofi
less thal 10 iats a
withdraw theeho thO
Senators Hoke Bt
Louisiana each agr
Senator Morris the
elected president "0
"Buy-a-Ble" olab. It I -
open the list to -mabu e
of ,represt t .~
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Farmers' Union Wanit to
Remedy the Cotte li
Fort Worth, Texas.-'Ar Wps to
congress to appropriate *O.d iliee-
Sary to finance tho mwIetWi i the
cotton crop of 1014 w#A aathorigd hby
the Farmers' Educational and C per-
alive Union of America inas sion
here. Details of the plan to $cSIe
the situation eaued by the wa vIn lB.
rope and the cqa 0a"t nfget oat.
nation were left to the Jt eBmnt of a
committee which Wll g0 t*sai g.
ton immediately to preseimat th el,
The delhgatloR pB *g l*o- at last
one representative dm eash I the
cotton.growlag tate and the fma ial
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Lao 0* 00 0!eo*f Wat
Washingt-1- p.'A s a -'s upateae
war risk igg t
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President Wilson Appeals to Miners
and Mine Owners to Agree
Washington. President Wilson
sought to end the Colorado coal strike
by appealing to employers and em-
ployees to rdopt a "tentative basis for
the adjustment of the strike," drawn
up by the commission of conciliation
appointed by Secretary Wilson of the
labor department.
The appeal was sent to the presi-.
dent of the Colorado Fuel and Iron
company; the chairman of the Victor.
American Coal company; the president
of the Rocky Mountain Fuel company,
and to the officers of the United Mine
Workers of America. It was forward-
ed after the president bid held sev.
eral confarenoes with Secretary Wil.
The basis of agreement offered by"
the president incle es jbe establish-
meat of a three-year4-tee suablet to
the enforcement of the minan *and
labor Iws of Colorado; the return to
work of miners who have not been
convicted of law violations; the pKoh
bition of intimidation of unles or am-.
union men; the publication of the cur-
rent scale of waigs and rules and the
appointment of a grievance bamnittge
by the employees. '
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Rome.-The aratfte o Poe Bea-
.dict XV took p0lce i t1 Sitine
haw 7. The 'oere" ay wa Imposing
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be sold at pu o suctio EVEY on RIdY. the ,th day of October, A. D. sof U ,
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^p only one thing about the war "ots M Parks Margarett Adams................................ .78 Woflot'8, Eubanks
that is beautiful.-Oc.Ja Banner. Lots 6-laBl-187-l. n niht
".. 1819 Oryvtal Park ....... aul Boellert 8.10 Lots 15, Kni t's
We boast of our ability to get owriW of N re Lots 10. ,, 13.14,81
corn fram Argentina, and talk of cp2t lotm. id ...........II 11 17 6 Mrs.ma.oclert...................... 'I 54. o, .I88,Wo
it as an achievement, when we Lot a1 crystal Park Alfred Brown I0 .wr 1d4 Irton so
have millions of idle acres -ill Lot4Boellert's Add... Mamle Burke 8,00 nacre in NW3. of
Florida that will grow as good ,ots m. s.W.............. block
corn as ever grew ill any country. 219 and lots --M Lonnttts 8, 11. 1 Iblock O
We are a wise people !-Jackson- Crystal Park ....D. Benntt S. Brewer's addition
ville Metropolis. Lot1-2- .6 block Knights addition...
Crystal ityi lot 1- Lots g9, 117, 190, 191,
2": -8-4-5-4 block?,lots 1911.,W& "MO. am 8M
n p g-8-4-6l6 block II;
show prosperity in their columns. lot 8-44 block Merant business
1; lot:-1.i-I block 1IS-Including I a r be r
As a usual thing the advertising bI 16- o --.&G-7 oi .W luans.GSo
columns of the newspapers are 8 block O tal S. n
Oity. N ofN gbfof Sn baek ft. in the
the best indication of what the o ........1 1t 1 0 e oflot
business and financial situation ?k1r .... s f 1 ? lvn n .
Sis in any seotion of the country Three-quartr mile S oof '.N
"'r. ^ -_-ig IB _y- .. .. sth C .ll .trt t. rm.. .. A"'O.... Bounded N by Mrs.
.. ............. aw and Hoop Mill
John HBaynes, a young white to ts. a w ineryd Hoo equp.
... ... .. '1" _l'lnlT_' 'l meat

Saved Girl's .1
I want to tell you what wode
celved from the use of Thedford's
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton MIU, Ky.
"It certainly has no equal for la pIe,

saved my little girl life. When shl-b~ilk
they went In on her, but one good 4g 1 e"f
Black-Draught made them break out, ai
more trouble. I shall never be wiIhout
10 .-

boy from Dunnellon was brought 20 l--21
to the city last evening for med.- .i-y--44-6..v,-7i
'i ical attention. He had been fish- -. -. S-
r iig during the day, and a gnn w-,. .-w
which was resting on the axle of ilO-10r-1-16m.e-i1
his buggy was discharged as he i-.ltiSl:.
stepped in. The load struck his ^lSl-.1 -.-
.-.," e arm and so badly mutilated it hi-w-m-wa-s..s
that amputation was found nec. Loto0 Sylvan Glenn...
essary and local physicians per- stripof land ln 8W
cor. of SWX ofS31
formed the operation at the hos. bounded Nbl H. .
pital.-Ocala Star. Hartm LoAd
lert tract, 8 by %
The trial of Hough, accused of su'Ave, conbt lnl i
181 cres, less lots 8,
the murder of his wife in Lake 4,nd0 ft. off west
side lot 6, 0. A. Mn(-
county over two years ago, is set lercorner...............
for Sept. Hough is in the Mar-
ion county jail. The long con. Lot Williams add....
finement is telling on him and Lots 4 bik B Brewer
he is far from well. addition.....................
Lot 195 Knight's addi-
Barber Shop and H H
The following paragraph is yoods
from a notice sent out by one of ots. 4746, orys.
our wholesale paper houses and tlu ark.............
only differs iln the wording from
that sent by all of tdne ofheri. Telephone Line ..........
All ink and other materials that
enter into the production of the Personal Property......
newspaper, feel the effects as
well: H.:H.Goods ....................
"Owing to the soarsity of raw
terial occasioned by the war on.......................
/,- '.al urope al paper mills in this Lots 214. 2.l5Knight
o; ntry .have withdrawn their addition....................
.... e priees, and each day we are hav. sw cor. of swN of
S Ing to pay higher prices for our Nej
stock. Consequently we find our- Lots S,. ,. Eubank
selves compelled to withdraw all Addition .................... *
former prices quoted by us." iLot 314, Nofiacry.
Oc la Star. ark....................
Z s 1t 7.21, 2, 10. No la
D, DIZZY? BILIOUS? "CONSTIPA- A strip of ind yds.
TEDX MA W and about 4
Dr. King's. New Life Pills will ft.N & f eo i
nre you canue a healthy flow of a
.l. e asd rids your Stomach and Lot r, as, nsu
0.-. B eWlls of waste and fermenting additton....................
bod fa tpotens. They are a Tonie to Lot. im am-
rstomaeh and Liver and tone tol Olty Pk ..
C.hegeMn "stem. inrst do" will

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Jullsa Braler...

P. B. Butler

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De, malaria, chills and fever, W
allmentsaTbedford's Blck-Draught
reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.
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JohnO'.M3tM........r.. ........ laJ
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Carrie R ell........... .. ..... so
Hayward- IA
R. J. wlst.. ................... .S,
Wade RussMeO............................... so
A. W. RobsMo.n. ....... ......... Lie
A. Seymo T. ...............y..... ....... ..... 0
Steve solRtour......#..... .................. .41
W K.Smath................... ..... .............. 48
J. W.8 tealey .....,..................... 3.10
Bmma 8wsetW.*.m.... .,., ... ltl

Gilman Williams..........., .... ..... M

M. weure.......... ...... io

Ellen White. .....:..u... ,...... *

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gered is t& t*IWS hopesy'*stetr

Awo A ut.atIco-Irom favor-
s~eu ouuit.. ftztxtr. Momn.
sme, wit, and children, Fletcht-I
MorIsAw,-wit4and b194ro. U. I
J. Biigetou and Unrs. 0. (1
Morrison were in CrysWa Wed-


4 4 "t, ,

Sunday IR b. ta

ait 4Oltew -sysh doU lk
a d.sE 1c1rm O& WVhJak
so. A Mlld~er Pb*. fto
Via.weekai neturne1tro At
Capt~j.? Rbwaird aadride peu

mi Sunday I Crystal.
aded nirk, oou-w

the week, i iaiofti to r

address until JAnAu0-et46o

lort InglI5~K

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LL'e ea.U
old Wil wrkanywhere
Or asb Apply at News o.
etas) ti~ WANThD-You to bui =our s
r l4 "umn" cuv.oon seed f or f all plantigsa u
r a am. 1*10" warduutore.:
pIF% a e memsileam

...... BRev. U.. dington will have squares, S A0lam
J, T. awls- of DoneUlon, was for his subject "Ohristaln Edu.- OTIOE TO OREDITOR8 ier,
inl town on business, Wednes. action" st the mnoring service rh J
il, st i.he Meodii elium>h net In Sourt sof the county Judge, -: "(
't thb* Metlodhst church next rh of Florida, Ctfitru0 O1nF. AARM MfO af r&
"e Mi-es BEyaa of Tavares., Snday* t. In re Estate of Ohaurl es thre m,3
9e Fox, deased. To all ,,unty., ,1 mm'
a noi the week at Gulf o yng people en .d a tn D oook land. s pl at
Peanut boiling at Miller's point tees and all Petons having ,
Ma. Matha Gleaton of Home.- lastl rids nig.ht. .)latits or Demands against ,?
IaAs, ifltue frinds hore ti. Apt. SMadtes has-dison.0 0e4 Eoste. i
tinged hir reular scledule be.- Yol and ea you, are eTrc t Yl, bem t wad ;
is Helen Staley spent twea tie Island and (rystal. aed s t andta the i
fewv "y 10 Iirerne Mt weelk aM MBe lj-0il4r or either of y6u. m bT: oi whieh he edmw o a nmr las
TherM will be dTvice t the 4 'U f1 00 1Wa8 b"pr t Winet t he estate OhIrlee 0. t. One da he was um si to d ..
wo a sr ea. ege t V. ox,, deesed, late of Oitrus d as apei.e in a mbrbint4 oft.
,aptist ereb next Bun daythe taItr,.. f tOunty, lorida, to the undwr.- nei6 t w" 1 t 4Rt t 0 hathl.
18th at 11 o'clock, a. m., andt hr wl r h signed administrator of said e. *uw' >4 Is b01e a
itO p. a., by. Rev. Mathis,. of Thre will pr hig at the e ithn two ers from the a as at o the
Du'nellon. Methoeist church next Sunday date hereof., he tw eJUVost m
Messrs. B. G. Langston of moingand evening. Evefy- Dated August 8tb, A. D. 1914.
Gainesville, Joe Scofileld and ,d i J. B. WntF mu
Mises Ad sand Jarda Johnsn of gev. and Mr .8 Eddington .dB. Wu i tor
Invernesu, aid Mimes Nellie and conducted a meeting at Leoanto i- t
Klai Mill i.... .l T laet week. a a


Jwine it uer an -ivomy y oy
had a delightful outing at Gulf Mr. T. P. Allen of IJverneu,
Breese Monday. was in town Monday. Mr. Allen / -
1AGrane Bistrunk and Sam had carried J. H. Hampton of
'Birford of Ocala arrived in Orys.- Floral iby and J. F. MeOallough
1l4 Monday and went out tof Holder -to Osello, to inspect u 0 ,
Black Point or a weeks outing, the roads. They werMe t in 4
hing and bathing. Osllo by WJ. William of fgo. I
Perhaps some of our readers m"saa. -lo Md
bhae jutthe article yon want, i O-DO-LAX B su"AWR. i
adftptned it. Trya"want x, W e We Wat It
Bad Blood Pmlt edches -
r. and M tr O. Y. Miller and Bllousnefl ....7 -- ,
Ull adopted P u-agh Rose, Take Pbo-x. M ,
Misji U. blifeto Mlly aotored abMolutel0 axoyouW, ye" olyosuracoapt, whether lrgB.o ;tul
4bt adaydegboyd %'oor Veo afe ?l to extg !0 a0 ano.mn.pdations

SA. I aIi s and fami- .-
r II (4sqe.ral weeu R US M ? -
Glf Breeze,
.iatte"d t"-oryst.l. or more colored people out '
o1p66tion offer of in a launch for a big ime, 5Evi.
pd6 the Crys- dently they hed plenty of blid
9r *wi.-_ U take a van. tier wb. qbot. O AT .

gel""t a E. UR -. '
onn i the i* WRealtGood00 4Drink .
sAdtBe L0% t op toe I"os -,Made "just right"' ,
otofwMrWeaiudit -TI. A-Wft v "J b
s"..i s1 oaf" Mt. and wa. Theier aS "so ed gt" nade with Condensed Milk i
-warv, 4is ng back itolthe beat.Cp 01 0rettes, Mo.
Rasillho to, -on CigarC igarettes, E c .
oa-o ..a: as are4 ,a sST NED

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f HI -I graphlc description c
d 0a2"Val 0gsgement off Helgoland
1) Iale itOht vessels sank fve ,Ge
.1-h d killed 00 men, ha
-hI amertter to relative
WRp yePo" lieutenant who was o
Sone o b itsh torpedo boat do
S"A IFgh t off Heligoland,
think lose papers are magnify
aS what tkally was but an affair o
outposts. We destroyers went in an
lured the enemy oct and had lots o
exoltement. The big fellows then cam
up and afforded some excellent target
",. practice, and we were very glad to s
.: i .. come; but you ought not to con
e'.': *i at we had a fight, because I
t.es a masikere, not a fight.
Just I Ctse of Bombardment.
S,' "' "There was superb generalship And
obtwthelming forces on the spot, bu
there was really nothing for then t
do except to shoot the enemy, even as
pa shoots aeasants.,
"Have you ever noticed a dog rush
Sa on a flock of sheep and scatter
them? He goes for the nearest and
barks and goes so much faster thai
the flock that it bunches up with its
companions. The dog then barks al
another and the sheep spread out fan
wise, so in front of the dog there is a
semi-circle of sheep and behind him
Tells of the Battle.
"That was much what we did at 7'
a. m. on August 28. The sheep were
.; the German torpedo craft,. which fell
e bk on the limits of our range and
tried to lure us within the fire of the
SHelgoland forts. But a cruiser then
came out and engaged our Arethusa
and they had a real heart to heart talk,
while we looked on, and a few of us
tried to shoot at the enemy, too,
though It was beyond our distance.
"We were getting nearer Helgoland
all the time. There was a thick mist
and I expected every minute to find
*the forts on the island bombarding us,
so the Arethusa presently drew off,
after landing at least one good shell
-on the enemy. The enemy gave every
bit a good as he got there.
I "We then reformed, but a strpon do.
1 trYer belonglag to the submarines
.ot and the Arothsaa d
"- _d_ -i&. A -- 0- t.--..

If of their guns was Just like a oollu
1, drink.
r- "To see a real bit foer thunme
s spouting flame, which Same denoten
s shells starting, and thoaershels not *a
a us but for us, was the most cheefru
a. thing possible. Once we were in saf
ty, I hated it WL. had Just been hay
I las our own Imaginatlos stimulated
r- on the subject of shel lstfiklng.
if Now, a few minutes later, to sue oa
d other ship not three l a- away, re
f duced to a piteous iass of unreoof
e disability, wreathed la black fumes
it from whcl flared out- angry asts o
* fiir like Veuviu in l eruption, as qI
a- unending stream of hundred pound
t shells burst on board it, Just pointed
the moral and shabowed us what ,alsht
have been. *
d Says Mains Acted G allantly. -
t "The Mainxs was Imnmeley gallant.
o The last I saw of it it was absolutely
& wrecked. "It was A fuinal inferno. But
It had o"e ita forward and one aft
h still spitting forth fdry 'and defiance
r like a wild cat.
d "Then we went west, while they
l went east. Just a bit later we heard
a the thunder of the enemy's'uns for a
t pace. Then felt silhace, and we Iknew
* that wau all.
s "The most romantic dramatic and
piquant episode that modern war can
ever show came next. The Defender,
having sunk an enemy, lowered a
whaler to pick up its wamlning ur5-
i vivors. Before the whaler got back,
I an enemy's cruiser came up and
I chased the Defender, which thus had
i. to abandon its small boat.
I Up Pops a Subasart(fe.
"Imagine their feelings, along In an
open boat without food, 25 aIlee from
the nearest land, and -that land an
enemy's fortress, with nothlbq but fog
and foes around them, and then sud-
denly a swirl alongside, and JUp, if you
please, hope his Britannic majesty's
submarine E-4, opens Its econing
tower, takes them all on boar shuts
up again, dives and brings th aie,
250 miles.
"Is not that mansaflcent? o n&*el-
Ist would dare fae the eorltl With
an. episode Ie* that, p
tulwVernea4b pet hlirel* ral


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* For Holding tlp fale-Thi Will A et
S New Work Only-Old Work
1^ Continuas

Tallahase.-The state has 'with
drawn the Invitation tor bidseon a ttl.
lion dollars' worth of bends for begin-
aning ork on the main draislao eanal
recommended 6' the R aSolph dc.
i aon, on advlote the slate'a at-
I toreys, sbce the nAropean war tight;
Seed the fianal doter of the In-
vestintg enters. *
This Bfss that work oa this Im-
portant canal will be delayed for
seme time, or mnai the money market
loosens up; bt t will not interfere
with the work bina'g done on t*o oth-
er great canats of the drainage plan.
The state will, according to a state-
ment of Gov. Park Trammell, follow
the recommendations of the Randolph
commission, along lines of its revised
plans, In the matter of digging this
Stuart canal, from the lead at Lake
Okeechobee, to St. Lule inlet, for the
dual purpose of affording dradiage and
naviatiod. The IT-foot fall between
the lake and the coast will be taken
care of for the present by looks; and
later the state will undertake the de.-
relopment of the hydroelectric power
to be generated along this teall.
I Money Not Available
:The development of electricityy et
this point on the canal ih of separate
Importance, and will require sOmething
like half a million dollar. -which the
state has not available at this time.
However later, when the work is un-
dertaken., it i probable it will be
financed by a bead Issue covering the
work to be done and the development
to be obtained. It in realized that this
Is one of the most aluabla water pow.
er possibilities of the state; sad that
Its development -and harnselas will
be the means of rapid upbaDding alnd
aany Ulia
t lIs at general, know) to (ho
aua nl% bl0 0 ibna e uIaJ-iEdo



Ocala.-A very Important meeting
between the representative growers
and shippers of this part of the state
and representatives of the express"
company and the various transporta-
tion lines of tho section, was held
The meeting wa called by 'the Mar-
on cont boar of u mra, ad IUMtoo
tive was to try and perfpt a plan by
which produce could e seat to the
markets without having te desM with
the comnmlesl men, who aus~e If
easier for the growers to ail their
stuff, but pockets an uduty Ifr
share of the profits.
Circulated Rumtr That CMiS Was tmj.
ing r4wey roere.%-PiM. .


Jaaekaenvfe ians to s Afer 16ev

t, hme w a withed e Importersoin,
wwntrfss .-' --t*r'st 'cnttnont -a
to JaBVlle.rhhas mean other city
an .the AuWtle o4 Ao the Udounit"d
t ure ias tehe importers W.
.and ewber ane of the states and
outrie foreign that vast continent

to the sothe of tI cloer

mseta bau of govea. of
to "rgPsonaISthn rtoan tote s
aOl t we At lac af atthe Unistea
aee on foreign od adomete-aee 00of
of the'aksoavll~ e board of tree de t s

tbeadptmunen tof er tolar w l

,Am1Jel"d w0fk p trade fora-h*. .
To dg of a the boad of govrnt
tha or Was i afte r hearing toe M.
atio the boteard a.athauing aW

speal nmtthe work of thaelt omaftt
dThis a the board oft several week.

To eviee Plans to Aveld OemmAeelon
Men and lave Moner They aThulte "No a "
Would Sot Tir-" Mr. AA 1


of the Company, thus. pnthis
unique postlon. .
"We advanced Goodyear1jt i. I'" '
other did thqirqt wheb "" 'b, ...,.
panic esa A a e ta .
rubber ose In New ph o*
per po nd to W0 **e, 7;.- "
'The N ew Tory NWOs -
small to conldera., 'WI

aon peu of0 thm bwt
"That big si y. o S.
nearly all nm the
IeteUry la kAi'
b" eot*a Oif. r

( gwgy

W presently heard a hobt asetie
,,,--- mom so the ltalbl omad Of
*, ,"t"e flotilla turned 'a ground and we
weatback to help. at htey had drven
S,, the ~eem off aV W our arrival told
S ks u to 'form up' o the Arethusa.
r .J Cruiser FR s on shipe.
"When we bad partly formed aad
were very .much bunched together,
?.' .iakidd a sne target, suddOnly out it
S ,' wmlist arrived five or sixth shells from
y : *a point not 160 yardswayW We gaed
aF t whence they came and again flve or
SaIx Ustabs of fire pierced the fog, anad
we Made out a four funneled German
Srtiaer of the Dreslaun lass.
"Those itabs were its guns going
off. We waited 15 seconds and the
shots and noise of its guns arrived
pretty well from 60 yards away. Its
next alto of shots went above us, and
I ducked as they whirred overhead
e a oovey of fast partridges.
S.' "Tom would suppoes our captain had
S .. done this iort of thing all his life. He
we fall speed ahead at onee, upon
the fArst salro, to string the bunch out
'" and thus offer less target. The corn-
'doe from the Arethusa made a als,
S "' '~. -d to us to attack with torpedoes. So
we swung round at right angles aed
charged full speed at the enemy like
an hassar attack.
Catches Debris Frem Shells.
S "Our boat got away at the start mag-
lj' snatly and led the field, so al the
I'* enemy's firing was aimed at as-for the
; neamt ten minute, whep we got so eloee
tkht rit' m their shells fell on
-. bo.T hei we altsredo r eue4e

S our cptaia by
7at payeblogieal,
SLved ua. .Aotse l tee
-w In Goad' beeping that
A&C tO WUer N ate we got near
aitoda, u, 'totr, T"e we
bulke to 4h- Arethuao. Neot
4Ib adred Its torpedo, aad of
a bl s'edrew
Wtoo tsw ame the

stwo" i sn6
,h toe9I5 bth


Britanj slo twoarou.s Prst t ht
a pason whih Is ee nation
to a point of deathleis earintio
to defeat the Germans., the gEo'ously
gallant fight that the small British
force has been making to stem the
German flood. towards M Paris has
touched this country's Imaginatin,
aroused the martial spirit and called
forth s rush to the colors. .
Hitherto the countryy. has not
seemed to realism fully tp portent of
events across the cbaaael and, as in
the South African war, It's taken a
bit of pounding of thir own forNe to
bring the people to the point of #ai.
otic anger which the situation do
manded. Now they have reached that

Stormed by Recruits..
The recruiting stations were over-
whelmed, hundreds standing outside In
waiting lines. It was reported that
50,000 have been accepted duiags the
last three days. It's a glorious upris-
ing of the whole nation, whib has
come to fully realise the necessity of
not only clearing the seas of the ene.
mies' ships, but helping the allies on
land as well.
With this condtloa prevailiUg, Lord
Kitchener will find it possible to send
a steady low of fresh man to the
front. The removal of the- rFnOh
government to Bord*eau eetV d gen-
eoral approval here, ad I s .alder"
thebologioal stop under the ctrcum.
+t Devetlon of Pe'resse.
SThe following letter, a. a4 A"
womer of title, is addtedsd -to the
'The undersigned have all got nes'
relations serving withthe colors. Mest
of them have got nar rettons who
have borne and ar bearing a part Ia
the pliant and SangdINy battle
which the ttlsh army" s n ightEiag
against heavy, odds O the porthbet
froter of Tras.,.... : ,"
"We Jmow not wiat their inato haM
ben 4r yAt may b; butif tt s teir
fortune to ds 4or .theIr mcoari.; w
shall pot show oar borrow a0 for thM
who ooa to e ea glriou Ata. A
white lend around the ar a.mlk
both our es and ur iert;- but t
will do mere; It will empesth trided
we fese i beaowI tha thtee.wbt
are earst.to na ad deeesst'-eB
5rV Ip mtow liva. t.o u '

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Ottawa, Qat-All

s-e ifoesere

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tAbu do S w I ately 4r pfoped by
the state, r a t -Utme the


Olognmtled Cab Driver Is Sellevod to
Have Caased RU n m Sank

pensasata-The Amerima Ngtlheal
bank toe largest banking INattloR
in the ety, eloqad Itdoom, lnlow
inga run oft apostor wUte
unexpectedly and caught the bauk b*
prepared to meet the domeads upon
It. After the rsn bad continued for
an hour the directors decided,to close
e 40oors, not that the cash had been
esiausted, but to protect the deposit-
ors who had confidence In the Insti-
tution and had refused to withdraw
their money.
The bank had deposits of about S11I,
600.0, a capital stock of $500,0004,nd
a surplus of over $100,000. It Was
considere ose pf the strongest, af-
est and itmanaged banks'in West
Florlda. It was organlsed about four-
teen years ugo by W. b 4 oeal ad
other promalent meo of A0b0 and$
$Me' stam k wa" tAeU4 rW
a Ad C. W. t$ nar,,who is pr
The nom e very uM ttd adt
it is undarstoodm WMa pr byltat by
a tateb drt er who t*t wk ..,
was rettd i a kon of a (0bu adM.
,diw41 a note., e oelr*<
thls r~ae rt BamaoM aad a.
e Agto, Wilb t eremeult that j
.o t,~~o a city n wttho


police force to he oaled JW
the negroe troB the btfioo halmoe
and salleies., ,i'rr ,dlR Ia- ud,
Ing. At one time Oeveral hund-edwer1
attempting to force an *Wtrane1 to w
All of the exciteaUltB5M euaq0d
by the report getting 01lrlated aao1 M
thle negroes that the lty had be
authorised by the fedMerl governw t
to give each man a. der for oer
fe amounting to .50 aad Si wtk
to ap women.

Hearing the testimony to the mUMWi
case of a white womwa on trial ftr
alleged forgery' a e a* chad*
with _tteringsa .forti ',"at len ari
the witeoss in her oaw be"alt the
jury Ia the criminal court d .1 rw d.
at Jacksonville returned with a, lerlct
of guilty, but no seataone was
nounoed by JWdge James 9R Peer.
The news of the appoiatment eft S-
aeo Judge 7. C. Godn ;

HIo l a lawy_ r a tail a 3a

hems t; tub rnin

'Ys embet .ni tW

water aen bloo woel96 -a
wardeause sm seab Im-bhr
ogs were a mmae ,' at re.
wouM cmkim n Weed qM4.
head began gstemeay*' I
%WAA daliNc.. I sitha *
satb eagdl Sowund 4r iaad
asme p them. Wb"d so'V we
At selsed wotes beame ths
woetd stream W hier A4pe a
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tht abl m_"ha a4ia4W"a11

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u6 ft itted with a igag bandl4
was 3~ s i ~by $ New sMUla*-
etn ilk*p wi WalpeaOsa dw
trlit It was so Ihw that it required
two hueas to lift It, sad It ts not
theretforlikely to hav'mbea a weep
M eatried4 t battle., e at the
MaIorlthemselves suppose it was
awoly uMsed for dipAatehag prinsits
tala In war; others that It was left
In the save of Te Koott to hit 4dateri
tek from Walkareomsaa In the NO.*
atls.. Tbh probability Is that tis is
vey inh older, sa belongd to the
Tbe.M-or U0nw, pep l. wvto foht
ta r ann oer tr A .dttltM
Egand. RIqhet W9Eea.
watage IS $964 be the wOORS
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