Title: Crystal River news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075892/00071
 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: October 23, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Crystal River (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Crystal River
Coordinates: 28.90067 x -82.593699 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1905?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 42 (Feb. 24, 1911).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075892
Volume ID: VID00071
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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S, W W I I -
Mr. i. R. King of Lecaoto,
died on lait Tuealy night in the
helpridOin04al6a. He wu taken
to O aI on last Mouday nighi
to be opted on for appendril.
sti aIu never seemed to rdly
from the operation.
Mr. King was only 26 years
of Ae, $ad hWd only been mar.
ried sine slat spring. Besides
his wife and parents, be leaves
five brothers to mourn his death
Mr. A. 8. King of our town, J.
B. King, William King and Bon-
net King of Lecanto, and'-Nick
King of Floral ity. H. was
buried at Lecanto Thurday
morning, Rev. Famak L. Price
of Istachatta, ofefating.
The New together with their
many friends extend their sin-
cerest sympathy.
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Uuhg-Mi Uver mmd *bwele TbOZ
ws&t while yeu s1eep.
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Gave Them Great Surprise-.Thought That the Commanin

Officer Killed Himself

London1 England Oct. 21---A Belgian correspondent
says: British ships bombarded villages which have beer
occupied by the Germans, and the surrounding country
The Germans were caught between two fires, wavered
and retreated. On their march to Dunkirk, they were
met by unexpected large bodies of troops which attacked
them and they fled in confusion.

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SI tbi is. sue of the Star j'wlI *-
5 be seen the adwltimei0ntIf t
ofthe Gulfo rish OysterCo. C o
pany, G. W. Eyde ietor,

g cO., J. Stevens and Jr. K. e. S
banks proprietors, of Ory l.
River, the tro large o6mpan0jea
-f that pretty lite city14 deolla
in then products.
t While the companies are keen
rival theydoa lean ou ompeti -
Stive busine., each pulling fcs, ".V'
. more and better badsines,to.gl .u,
1it products into more homes ... "'
the state and Geo gia, ad e
Beyond, and are always boot
for their home town. ,*e .8
The fish and oyster busine ss
has for more then ffty year
played a big part in the oO4 ;
mereial development of riiut ,l-
River and the fame of dheain
ty sea foods coming fr th 4 ''
place has gone aboad thka i|, ".
out the lad till the nmine an
Spoducts are well txed intlh -.
minds of those who appreial
Stood flsh and oystei, and,li7. ",
:`o water on the face of ti .,.".
earth produce finer of e .ie, /
product than thorn comprivc. .
SWe are g- to Wee, d -...-.'eX,.
.h> ati-ei h-d h a i 'lla- mad

sf dAea ,,ow, 1s du,.
teilleead death aof
'N tahe14 W. B. Kdwards.
auared itw your sact of
'" 4aede and empathy will nev-
erb forWtten. and that you
Swill alvwsy have a isared place
In :fr hearts.
L incely purs,
His Children.
"fherf and Mr. Ouarter and
NMiM Gladys Bohanson of Inver-
Se are, at 'Gulf Breeze Island
for a couple of weeks. They
will be joined next week by Mr.
and Mrs. Ourtis Bay.
Mr. J..O. Sprague came up
from Sarsota, this week for a
-.": visit to his wife and her par.
nats, Mr. and Mrs. Wright.
The instruction at the Ocala
S- Bsiness College is thorough.
he new bridge built by Mr. F.
Van Roy in the south end of
town acrom the fiver to his house
osld id,. isnot only
Useful, but is
'tor the young
Every river

-TI 0a W ~a* e vents our
out soe delight.
y l eas20kt ba
0 6lut"nlt, b twe

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All slo the valier of the Miru.- and e country ron u about over wtoh a -
and the allied fought a the' former adva ed toward Puari mud thea fnel tse t i
with the rim task of burying the dead soldiers. Boens like thode-i ts AUleluttMi-z
tM right i usem the simple crosi martin the grave of a Freeh solier, hs up, se 9 W

LONDON, Oct. 17.-Germany
will have to repay Englaind for
the expense of the war both in
territory and in money, so the
cost of the war is not considered
by Great Britain, according to
the military co pondent of the
London Times, replying to a
statement of the Frankfurter
Zeituog. The Tirs correspond-
ent declares further that England
has 1,200,000 men in the army,
and the enlistments are steadily
increasing. The Zeitung de.
flared that England could not
raise more than 000,000 men. *
"When the allies need rest
England will be ready to wage
"&al war,' declares the Tines
correspondent. "England has
yet sent only as avyoe guard
to trane." .-
Lond Zn nlmsand Oct. '17.-
The *aih aiiy *oay at d
the #awke. the aNiub opigr
iakof 6th9 oeaa d ootla00 bY
a Gernmai dbMaUine ta0pe0d b

far recorded in the war-was so.
complished by the British ligh ,
cruiser Undaunted, fighting with
the indomitable courage of a *
great lion of the sea driven to
bay. The cruiser was attacked I
by a fleet of the enemy's destroy- t
eren while on patrol duty, accord- t
ing t, the otoial anounoiement c0
oi the proes' bureau of the ad- c
miralty, which comnimed the 0
news of e victory. -
Nte ofTl Tai
May wemosethe oeltausof the
'New( to express ouar thanks i*
the'good people of Oryftal Ri
or for the sppie doeastle
ty that honored toi Wi t
presence *ant ubstiha
Jast TveIl of l
pprea our go.,
-expresT To our eys 1
Biveis on the pap ain
g p-
May God blesa sh tbtad saH.
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$1A ED Given .tducationaCl ard To

Sacksonvilli.-AUeg-ing that certain pgg
lsas in Polk county sold in 1908 by M4A
i Sw. At TW, th Filoride tate board of education .
t" M 1Mta n" T dsri l h t to.the C arleston, s. c., Mining and I0O
-i-l-t--- .d- oi company were mineralS
and 'notj .grdcultural lands, and that
Why Uncle Sam s Building a New Noah's Ark the south olin company knew at
$50000 IS AMOUNT IE D "th.ieOf the existence of the
W ASHINGTON.-Uncle Sam is building a real Noah's Ark la the city of erateM attorney general filed proceed.
Washington. True, it is never expected to make a voyage, but it will The Marking Of Crates To Indicate In$ in %h office of the United States
he located on the banks of the Potomac, not far from the water, so that with Quantity of Food Contained court for the Southern district of 01 y IAL
a little structural modification it might Was oIacussed. Florida to void the deed. nAI 3W.
be set afloat in case of necessity The bill of complaint is signed by a s l U
SThe ark will be 90 feet long and Tampa.-The meeting of citrus Thomas W. Gregory, attorney general
35 feet wide-or "beam"-as navgl- fruit growers and others interested for the United States. and by H. S.
s tors 'would say. It will be of two in the citrus industry In this city re. Phillips, United States district at. L -
stories, or decks, and built expressly ov l nto discuson of the tourney.
for the accommodation of animals, solved itself into a discussion of the torney.
for which will include monkeysdogs, citrus canker, and its eradication. The bill of complaint states that !
catwh iceh will include monkey, donea s, Then the prolBsition was made, by on or about February 9, 190i, the
horses, chickens, calves and goats. D. C. Gillett, that $10,000 be raised state of Florida, by its agent. B. F.
The affair will be In some re- before the meeting adjourned, as the Hampton, filed In the plaintiff's local
aspects very superior to Noah's ele- start of a fund of $50,000 to discover land office at Gainesville, Fla., in- r
rated craft, inasmuch as the plans and destroy the citrus canker in Flor. demnity school selection lists embrac' ruFl0 i II
brated craft, Inasmuch a nthe plans*A. A he ratite, ing lands lyng Polk county, pur. ror e pe bdom r
quire that it shall be ratproof, verminproof, fireproof and excellently ventl- ida. At the rate of $1,000 a minute, ng lands lying in Polk count,revised a e
re possible, more than $10,000 was raised, just suant to provisions of the revised S"rubIAMp l
ated and lighted. In short, t may to be as sanitary a structure as poble before adjournment. statutes as amended, under which the a
This government ark is designed for scientific purposes. It is to be built Originally, the meeting had been state of Florida was entitled to se-. b5W
i a obedience to an act of congress which became law August 13, 1912, and .called to discuss the question of mak- lect in lieu of school lands which aa:use
which require the public health service to investigate the diseases of man." g citrus fruit crates with the con- had been lost to it in place of other
The contract for ts consthe p ruction has been let or $20,862. tents as required by a regulation of agricultural lands of the United o-
If the ark were called a sanitarium for beast, and birds, such a term the United States department of agri- States. The state is alleged to have a r. bo.
would not be much amiss, inasmuch as the inmates are to be subjected there- culture by authority of the pure food obtained the land on affidavits filed spe yMedo eum flt kord
in to hospital treatment. and drugs act. No action was taken for the purpose of obtaining the land quij. Tamspea67
There is to be no vivisection on board the ark-no operations of experl- on tlls matter however, for agricultural purposes instead of YOM.wasted
mental surgery The patients will be treated as kindly and carefully as if Dry Measure is Proposed. for their mineral deposits. Wasted 1
they were human. 'Two methods of marking the crat~s On February 8, 1908, the state gs
to indicate the quantity of food con- board of education of Florida is al. -
Sd trained, the requirement of the law, leged to have deeded to the Charles- Talleyrand's VI
Here6 I a Jolt for the Old-Fashioned Farmer are in compliance with the regula- ton, S. C., Miinng and Manufa"turing One hundred years &
tons. Both require the numerical company, the same lands, and that of Vienna met for form
Tf ig old-fashioned farmer who governed his planting by the movements of count, and this is easily given,. since the officials of the government's land Nearly all the monar
the moon will receive a jolt from a bulletin just issued by the department oranges are sized and packed a spec- department were misled and deceived were asw mbled to ta
of agriculture declaring that neither the moon nor the planets have the slight- flied number to a crate. But the by false, fraudulent and untrue rep* deliberations, or were
est effect on weather conditions, and, average size must be stipulated by resentations and statements that the their moat eminent a
therefore, cannot have any effect on a's #ME the stamp or label, on the box. or lands were being acquired for agricul- Porte aloue was not
li tnting. "Plant your corn in the full T# F LA(IT else the contents given in dry meas- tural values instead of the mineral this great congress of
of the moon"-a rule regarded as lit- V o o tiN ure, i. e., in bushels, properties contained thereon. is said that (he four r
tla short of sacred in many rural com- Though the dry measure Idea was Snlce the transaction, the govern. ers-England. Austria
munities, is entirely disproved, ac- favored by a number of those present ment alleges that valuable phosphate Russia-had made a @
(, ding to the department's bulletin. as being the simplest, for the stand- deposits have been discovered on the to exclude France fro
"All weather changes depend on ard Florida crate I111 contain I 35 property, and it is averred that it is in any of their setr
1imperature differences," the bulletin bushels, it was not adopted by those the belief of the plaintiff that the ments. But la visB
,Jys. "The temperature, as we know, present, but the matter left to the in- South Carolina company acquired the without Talleyrand tl
comntitutem of itself a most Important dividual packer, as to which method property realfing at the time the ex- statesman and diplb"
weather factor. Another and equally 4 he will use. One or the other must istence of the phosphate. only insisted that-Wib
nimortant weather factor is rainfall. ,i be used, or the crate of oranges will .. mitted to take paIiW
But to obtain rain it Is necessary first to ev4porae water from the eurtee' be Ilable to confiscation by the teda0- iLORIDA INCOME TAX,9ADO) tips, b"t hie la
( the artth, 1 id this, as everyone knows,re es bet. ', 1 u thoUe .. .- 't; spirit of the W ,
"StIU otlher important weather factor 1 5 h direction and fooee of tm h R ; '0'

0 t, heatg of the sr1. B pt d priest ato phe obileto M toermeryt tam-- m. MDeel who look after thea

orty ouisl 1 Were Lost i on r the Want Of Straw BiratalO f and Culman, ofler of c tax buIene a Plorit and D s'
S and the planets can affect tonr of Chariy of tt te a r eosofarahe y -t es
DG w n o A WA t set to the earthV br M. attending With the rofse. Paniei et le by only such tiny gnnte-. Adv.i t
Is owgi nt oIn om parieon to the amount that bom'lseroen Thbtsodn it Immense throng the cornersded tone of i, riks easily uthn the mat- ? Ari
we l nd tfnrotomi p the rmaonto rthe days Itat wapes i atom the ca. llH a, Pesaol the buldw 500,000 hospital ter o reported of June contn u- do get in the open 01
d not ect the oon or the planet to r whe p strbuilding on NorthTwelfthavenue,rem ones e t Mr. MDan awille the state cl makeroo will"

i t" S they -urtns u liyeea for s aone tighe bse all o the blessing of the salt trdal come tax turns alone "Nol e. o, noise."
Sthe' do not supply heat, the one thing that causes all oar weather was laid, Right Rev. Bishop Edward fore it climbs te a higher place," said other words, do all &I
So P. Allen, of Moin t le offly wcatier.ng with Deuty Collec tor of tem0.4 to revenue age the outdoor abit.
Spriestd was from Mobile, Mand aftgomery,wards e that wtho looksunt ha been
Fo y Souls Were Lost for the Want of Stra he Birmingham and Culman, office d co b ta-eas Flod, an d Dr. Pierce'sthink
the Sbstdr of Charity of bmmetitas. woh Vlth tn the city whble on hia con- Theyr b

C some~ood stories o their p ~ wall.~tThe bohop, then tnd ow t derin that loria canot ow
b Md. e cornerstone attnd placed. With the roUs2. Iprl I led by only such tiny gmra les. Adv.
DG W. A. WATSO one of Vrgina's new rpreentative lives Knights of Columbus a an honorary large states Texs, ohe ulon
tow led by the unique name of "Jennuaing's Ordinary." This Odd campeetitlng escort the bishop proceedetone the Georgia.nd Applied Art increased
s derived from theft that n colonial days it wacustomary to erme llon are iof the building, now n under con- "The reports of June S." eontin.- "Pa. what do five h.
both lbertavern or fn an "ordinary" when pro tr n. and there the ceremonies ed Mr. MoDimll, "gave the state In. make?"

The colored is sters, after weeks of seeking renlse, often fall Iate a thct. STATE NEW NOTES.
rae curing a license for and the with the blessing of the alt du coe tax eturs ne "oe. s, noithese."
roud sread wh straw. But name of Jeonning had Ordi upory,n the ECO CATCholy water Then amounting t healt$1 exh,200 ibit, to say beth
eln when t was red too long and neglected hiast e don the yes the spot where the altar to be g of th returns from orpoations.

wo eter "got 'lon" for fear of falling the bare nd. Penseoa hermn Catch Twelve will be one of the biggest things ,,
This rattled the preacher. Ris with the moon hamb os from the Old placed was blamoued and afterwards Since that tied the amount has been
LIken0 eathmembders flrgonteOdthe bishop, choir and clergy circled considerably Increased, and I think

couteace, he hook t at tuency of colored people, and knows the building, the bishop easing the the record I h s a remarkae onthat there ill
taled so yoe good stories of their pecula walls. 'The bishop then returned to idering that Florida cannot nowors
ties. Among the most popular insttu- the cornerstone and placed mortar have r population of more than one
tons of that section of the country is upound It, after which he addressedmarkab the stat We're getting te population
theannul summer cmp-meeting, at assemblage briefly. Thecornerstone, though, also offered to connection with t increased
which religion the and watermelonare weighing about a ton and a half, was wealth."
bothliberally dispensed, with watermelons largely ofIn the majority then placed In position by the ach Interet to the pb the a
The colored sisters, aiter weeks ofath seeking reign, often fall nto atect. fishermen, covered several hundred no emet that oethird of the
trAllce when they "eel they are aved," and thisneiyards, and atento t the ullet having th to open the door
ground spread with straw, But one night the deaoon had looked upon the RECORD CATCH BY FISHERMEN. The southern health exhibit, to be *
melun when It was red too long and neglected his dtty in this respect. o wt ld Nis tevember 27 to December 6,eady
Sister "got 'bunal. !gon for fear of falling tine the bare fishermen struck thelv been s one of the biHat of dnors.
countena thane,th to the greaok his fist at the erring deacon, forlamig: ou don e they had removedof the enti ready I have assurance that there will
failed in yo' duty and now dere Is forty souls lost h- tonight for want be enough exhibits to fill both floors i

er W Stasw!" 'n c lfre 'e Pencola. Twelve thousand of the .Morocco te le," was the Z
1 "pounds o3 mullet It statement of Dr. C. Terry, health

?fIAT Is known as theodtBiled t In the ke t vemnt IS on bi dre of the seine. Th.e hat- the event." l s s.
W lthe volume preserved in the clerk's ofice of re gmI.sa curt Sinc tee, which are used only by the Teh Of ntoret to the public is the no j
,~t. ...0 every chief justice h took oath used It, wlt heeetjon Of Chase, fishermen, covered several hundred nounenemnt that oe-third of the y

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Atlpta.-I eatto rowes andf 0the

$0 of e a inf for It was nerthly

es t "t'thi 9lgritc cotton
I ,- 109(f. John M. Slaton issued a
elation askinced that a mas meetady

1169 be held at the county seat of every
oftl adve the stt for the purpose
'". *4sMato the Aeilction of cotton
.... '. '- rtage for 1915 Saturday, October t 24,
Sthe ine"s o more food crops and the
eetblishm ent of eash market for next
yeer's food crops.
.6oisse AvaHible At Once
RiW t.4p eat "deaye do nio acootpa.
t iethed toenseth t Ow the Atlentng
AMf ha to lan miCee to the cotton
S 'erount of the state on their cotpurpton
T he k alomoready oo under oandstrue.
e i ImMnala warehouse At AtOne
a i to lean mor t te Ctton, and will
S- B.th I announce ompeintf the Aant of

-"- lt wo4. Loan, will be made on
*4tb nt bings pasyble July,
ati teret wtll b

ql 4w. to The

s'- ,in wery County
h-t' Aseir agry Imioriant develop-
1";i ('" Btk1* cotton situation which
wi (ft.aspire thi weekk will be the
.- au ." i ttOge of growers, merchants
*.. bandnkers which will be. held at the
S couty soat of each county in comp.i-
f with the pruelamation Issued last
.-^' e"or : laton. It has been
S VhlyIM -that even if the prsi-
U .P ip h N04' later sold at
"- .t another big
,. : ls believed., place'
Sto the same pre-
-a 2 :., '.gre dathl year with.
S the a ad that is being ten.
i.,r. ,- -edrd the% thIs ye '
~'-'' lus-tIn Mer"'Foed Crops
QUp.'iti Uwgreieast lessons that has
taeaght by the cotto crissla this
Ye3r bbs been the one or moi' food
a, 5 If0*' jis t a&om6ana occurreace
mS* 7 *** u l.c4! Wgrowerala th stat.
do' t_ k alise enough
.-^ tt -t "*.ir tatm lu sMppby
;,, ( iiUll their stock. Ac-
veportapom anll parts of the
S L uMmr 'aft realstinsg more
the auesetty of iore food
r 4 lesl .a* a're t a
h^ *iB .. h given their
-t ley would reduce
.- coNp. Ma~gt .at *i ,-
A.' \ tM el* grae., grden

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~4dih *0% bap~ plains
bile. ~ebt'

elebAIrma. of lieo* gist.
eutboo~ *0 ree0~ 4*11 ~te
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emean a a-
tens with W-
y" iW. htoieh
contlnued io

and as* m as
amlsrable 1

Sea oste
had amo I et
me My hd onum -nUlad
at illm 14 t 1ht teveer s al
A the oit ,- two as laSesdW

Satf rda. at d ineoef yourlat.
one ilet, oear temp ad etha t* i o
do booklet% ce fae 'Ille oW Life.' .f
ennaf I So" te4 6da y *frea ta p
and pedmied botlaUe at ene.l0 A
the uwe 91@ sbettleI idfet mes bo
eir, Is tldthe seoW d nan d tpa
thi and n W UIa a well Usa.e
Why the Dance Changes.
The ailment tdihat brought the walts
death was monotony. Eaoh had one
one step, one tempo, and that In not
enough. So the dances shriveled up
and died from lack of exercise. A
few years ago the world entered upon
one of its periodical rebellions against
artificial conventions, and the people
returned to the world-old, semi-forgot-
ten recreation, dancing. The revival
of dancing was accompanied by a
clamor for variety.-Woman's Home

Duke, N. C.-"When ay bally was
two.weeks old, behind his eka turned
re atd oau ed an irritation and from
rubbain it became raw and stayed
Umoisted 11l the time. At times It
would geto bad o s to bleed. He wau
frIllfl. At the time be wu e*lht
Bmths old 1 Ias in a bad Iondit
wt* orwbetind his ear*s and oB'bli
u '. .. .. e'i .
"NKi. 46msd t6 do any 0 4

u s, on aid Ie&g kna t fiw

? t."-sid the laer.
Vot t e th erti can't be
anyt e nd w, tell
"n east, of oorse.," said Pt.
"And where does It setr'
'"Why, In the ws."
"Well, then, how does it manage to
get back in the east again by the
morningn? Tell ai that."
Pat thought bard'for a minute. Then
an Intelligent look 4awned in his eye.
"Why, of course," said he, at last,
"It just illps biak at ight."-Clevo.
land Leader.

Real. -trt ,y.
The fat plumber and the thlh car-
penter were discussing the European
"I'd like to be In the English navy."
said the plumber.
"I'd tAhe the Belgian navy for
mine," the carpenter remarked.
"Pooh," ejaculated the plumber,
"Begium has the smaleft navy la the
world.' r
"' t .' why li ke to be i It."
grinned th carter. "The spoer
the navy tbe.o a- e wouldM be
hit."'-tounigstow T-egram.

zaiine eare we efr
CATORIA. s afees adtwe semedy te

Bears the
Otfaaf and ealt e 'e t

hn Ua vImrOver
CMbi Ory tooI e .A 'ptak

Ht -When I we a P y W was once
thrW he for tell" t brath.
She-Tht cure~.. su1 ppose.

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Educational MUil6ment Against Tu-
berculoals During the Week of
member 2$ Arranled For.
By sermons, lectures, motion pic-
tures, the National Assoclatlon for the
itady and Prevention of Tuberculosei
will enllst thousands of churches,
schools and lodges of the country in
a simultaneous educational movement
against tuberculosis during the week
of November 29. The campaign is to
be known as the Fifth Annual Tuber-
oultsis Day Movement.
A speolal circular entitled: "What
Is Tubeoculoeis Day" has been pre-
pared and is being widely distributed.
The plan of Tuberculosis Day, a ex-
plained in the circular, does not nee-.
esarly ,comprehend a speal -ao
mea oa tuberculosist on November 29.
If a church, school, or lodge gives
the subject attention in any way dur-
ing that week, this will help in the
national educational movement.
Outlines for lectures or sermons on
tuberculosis and."stock" talks on this
subject will be furnished free to min-
isaters and others who can use them.
Literature for distribution in the
churches, schools, lodges, and else-
where will also be given away in
large quantities. Person wiahing
such literature, either for the prepa-
ration of sermons or talks on tuber-
culosis, or for distribution in public
meetings on Tuberculosis Day, should
get in touch with their local autl-
tuberculosis society, or if that is not
possible, with the National Associa-
tion for the Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis, 105 East Twenty-second
-street, New York City.

Cause for Doubt.
James A. Patten, the noted wheat
operator, said to a reporter in New
"Bdward Bok and ether dress pay-
chologists declare that this *ar is
going to transfer the fountainhead of
women's fashions from France to the
United States. Well, on the Finland.
on the way back home from the war
sone, I noticed a thing or two that
made me have my doubts.
"Fr eaample,%- we deseriblng to i
group of women on the prmosat
desCk .0e afiboon the way the B.
al WAl.ruied a reod4 Into Liege--a
St blow v afterward u nd
Jim iiiA.

::Patr .a fet hi ll sfthloe out
ei'.,war c oated ,.c .'

a.iwas h% an idea, leag .es, a_
there it was I got my I" i l"ftUo"
ayesO0stt Burges ln "Brg n
bridgee." "Can't we make 3Hlf
as steas amioan? I wo dered .
UHe ity'have a sigle w6k, meas-
Ing', 'Ai ty-liapproacblng-walwhcb-o
taSIn-nethe-ceer m1a-norsa pret-
ty-woman.' Another eautiful word de-
scribes 'A.man-who-cllmbiot- a-thie
limbo of blown breadtrilt-tree-to-
steal the- breadfrult-of-hlenelghbor.'
'Sulla' means 'Cange-the-ubjeet-you-
are-oniangeroua-ground.' Anpther hap-
py word expresses a amliar situation
'To-look. on-owl-eyed-whileothere-
aregettlg-glfts.' sIve we anything in
.nglista as eharmingly tactful as this?
No, our tongue is almost as crude as
pldg a-Zinglih itself, where piano is

ThIn|e lleig Equal.
"Mother," asked Tommy, "is it cor-
rect to 'ay that you *water the horse'
whet he la thirsty?"
"Yes, my dear," said bhis mother.
"Well, then," said Tommy, doflasng
up a saucer, "'mI1-oliag to aillh the
cat"-Ladies' Home Journal.

Money for Crfetmas,
Sellitg guaauted wasr-poof bql-
'ery to friend A& nghbo"is. i3s
buinae". .Wear-Proof Mills, 8100
hestnat Bt., Phladelphla,-Pa-A,dv.

The After Ces..
Lacy-Pa- t heart ne'er won W
tacy-Then how did old Palpy a
pen to marry his trained nm --

Many a mutled h as- w- dudaIwr

A Yter a a toe ia
dqorel about eo Atte r inW
.ri l .A. .. ,.

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Straighten U Don't LoW a Day's Worki Clean Your Ioe .
ULiver and Bowels With "Didson's ULiver Tone."

11gh! Calomel aMkes you siok. Take
a dose of the vile, dangerous drug to-
night and tomorrow you may lose a
day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes aneroles of the bones.
Calomel, when It come into contact
with sour bile crashes Into it, break.
Il" it up. This is when you feel that
w lwtli naes ad cramping. It yon
feel tiggsh ad "all knocked out," If
your liver is totpd and bowels constl-
pated or you have headache, dissiness,
coated tongue, if breath is bad or
stomach sour, just try a spoonful of
harmless Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee--Go to any
dreg store or dealer and get a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take
a spoonful tonight and if it doesn't
Seeking Information.
Bob Burman, record-holder in motor
car racing, tells the following story:
Recently I was talking with a wom-
an whose husband has acquired con-
siderable wealth suddenly, and who
was quite new to the social world and
Its customs. She was particularly
anxious to appear as if accustomed
to all the luxuries of life.
She began a conversation with me
on motoring.
"Have you purchased your new car
this season?" T asked.
"No, Mr. Burman, not yet," she said.
"I can't make up my mind Just which
make of car to buy. Maybe you will
helpw me."
"What is, it that you can not decide
about them?" I asked.
"Why, I ca't deopp whether I
should get a ao or a limousine
car. Tell me, d *4 lio silmell
as bad aa gaMlr boy's

,u. ueJsa .. ban.luI cood-,
-dt more tsan -*rmz .1 tltutton.
The east nltalling a*y
beads is 'LdesOble, even for s6
risah asnin aaL. Mimla. vtheaimw

we *19- MWs wBnioume u gsea
ad be W.ill hd.e o 'ot.er. The aude

oupoeters a tmt ot o lfnlae
ha grota roO ill !see s-
ai as Liszt. k aiinan, Chopin,
Tsehalkowsky, Gunk,. Stra8s and

"Does a bet seUor have to be well
Wgittsen d the Old tigy.
"NMe," replied the Grouch. "Bqt it.
ha, to be well written pp."

If a an gets a chance to praise
himself he usually makes a noise like
a megaphone.

Is it more-bid curiosity that attracts
people to auction sales?

straighten you right up and ambt
feel one and vigorous by .oner .I
want you to go back to the sto, r e d
get your money. Dodson's Liver
is destroying the sale of calo I
cause it is real liver medielin egil.
ly vegetable, therefore it canat i
rate or make you sick.
I guarantee tat one speot-l t*
Dodson's Liver Tone will put Ig,--;
sluggish liver to work ta4 ee am01"a
bowels of that sour bile and em-t
pated waste which Ia slgglag -g 1
system and making you feel mislag ..
I guarantee that a bottle of DopeagW
Liver Tone will keep your entire edi'
ily feeling fine for months. Give It | "*
your children. It it harmless; doag
gripe and they like its pleaant t
Rattlesnake Oil.
There Is a constant demand foWr'W f
tlesnake oil, so much so that r. I .:
Armstrong of Brownsville, Tex., Ji i
nimalg a living from his 74ttleia .n '
farm. He sells the oil for Olght "".
lars an ounce. It has a reputatto r fW
curing rheumatism, but some py It.
is the rubbing that dlyes away pal.

And the Label.
As an offset to the foreign wine thO
cannot be shipped into this ooaqtry,
the wine that was to be sent a~r "d
to be labeled and returned may be re-
tained.-Washington .Star.

There are lots of good people ,t
earth, and there are a lot more aboht
six feet below the crust. ,
You can sometimes do you"elt *
good turn by turning others dowai

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11iMg prp6itiou? Are we not
sleeping over our rights on this
question? There is a time limit
6 our charter and our time is
ptting very short. We simply
aust not lose our chance to get
'lghts this winter.
Lets get together. and orean.

Remans Geehey.
The stksgl featres a 000hey1
among the rleh Reaus wers mault
pUelty at dishes, thedeo tretim a
waste ok vrst at*tlI f ateria,
sad the abeol 4htogqtat f flavors
bt mesas of eatraordeair .eomtema
tafsl of atghly seoe ass oad
-sin--' .--

ties suitable for syrup. Il. each.-
AddressBox 154 Crystal River,
WANTED--Yo to know that you
eanit the "VRY BBS"T BREAD"
made-in Crystal llver,
POB sAL ,-"The Very Beet"
I""! W6aer' Bakery. Fruit
cakw a piam 7..

With a little money and a lot of [ ""i.
hustle, we can accomplish won-
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. ders. With electric lights and
some water front improvements,
R. L. PARK, Editor such as a park with a nice boule-
vard, and a general cleaning up,
nloredas. Aseond elia l matter. March we will doubtless look good 'to
.....saso. more than one capitalist, this
Wake up, get together, let's
ADVERTISING RATES. do something. Ifany are suffci-
Transient advertisement. 15 cents per emly arOUSm d to feel interested
Inch each Insertion: by the month. 10 cents etly around to feel interested,
per inch each Insertion. Special rates will and would liKe to have a public
as given advertisers wishing to contract for
advertising space by the year. Local no- meeting and talk over ways and
tice scents per line each insertion.
means, please speak to us about
Communicationsonlitvetopics, especially it and we will see what can be
of local interest, are solicited Its under done in this direction. Come
stood, however, that the publisher of the
liws will not be responmll)le for opinlsna
expressed byoorrespondents. around and let's talk it over.

Many recoveries from Lung Trou- '
Business men, attention! bles are due to Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-
Business men, attention! Honey. It sr.ngthens the Lungs,
What does Crvstal River need? checks their igh and gives relief at
Take time to think a moment. once.--Mr. d 8. Wilkins, Gates, N.
You owe it to your town. You Tar-Honey in a case given up as
owe it to your own business in- hopeless and it effected a complete The extinguishing of this light
terests. You owe it to posterity. cure." Get a hottle..of Dr. Bell's might enable the German fleet to slip
We, with our natural advanta. Pine-Tar-Hont v. If your cough is by the British fleet, which is supposed
ges, must not allow our interest dry and hacking let it trickle down to have been waiting to engage the
in our town to lag. We must I e the throat, you will surely get re- emy outside of Kiharbor.
up and doing. Lookarou lief. Only 25ce at yonr Druggist.
up and doing. Look around us. TBIC0, OLOSSY HAIR
See what other towns are doing. 10-CENT COTTON WANTED FRIE FROM DANDBUIFF
What town has been more great-
ly blessed than Crystal River? We are authorized to say that, G1is1 Try Itl Hair geta oft, fluff and
While the reports have been until January 1. 1915, cotton at b omsutfan n b
pouring in from all over the state 10 cents a pound will be accept-
of the financial embarrassment ed by Draughou's College in ex- If you care for heavy hair that gils-
f own much larger than ours, change for tuition at college or tens with beauty and is radiant with
of towns much larger than ours, ine ; has an Icomparable softness and
what has been our financial con- fr a' Home Study Course. Jno. is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.
edition? Have we not had pies- F. Draughon, founder of the Just one application doubles the
edition? Have wnot had ple on Colleges and a "boost- beauty of your hair, beildes it Imme-
ty? Have we not been able to Draughn Colleges and a boost- diately dissolves every particle of
give employment to the niny er" of the buy-a. bale movement, dandruff. You can not have nice
give employment to tne many heavy, healthy hair if you have
who have come here froui other has already shown his faith by dandruff. This destructive scurf robs
towns seeking it? his works: he has paid cash for the hair of Its lustre, Its strength and
We have not had turpentine one bale. All who have cotton its very life, and t not overcome it
We have not had turpentine produces a feverishness and itching of
and phosphate to depend upon to sell under the above proposi- the scalp; the hair roots famish,
for our resources. We have the ion, write Drauhons Practical loosen and die; then the hair als out
for our resources. We have thefast. Surely set a 25-cent bottle of
second largest crate mill in the Business College, Jackonville, knowlton's Danderine from any drus
state, wiltb LLoe1,rne- Fla., or Nashville, Tenn. sto a t ustry It.
cedar mill, with a pay roll of BIG CATTLE SHIPMENT rTin and Crime.
One handred and seventeen persons,
about $1,000 a week and our fish A trainload of beef cattle con. chiefly habitual criminals, were ban.
houses, with a pay roll of about sieting of 600 head left Kis.im- of thoe nitne ine werea Cainest .
$1,000 a week, not to speak of mee Wedesday of this week bill- twelve of whom bad been convicted of
the various smaller industries, ed to Armour & Company, of participating in unlawful societies. It
au discovered that the number of
Consequently, we have been pe- Chicago. This is the third shi. prison offenses varied in Indirect ra
culiarly blessed financially, ment made from Osceola county tlo with the price of tin. When tin
And yet we talk about hard to Armour within the past six was high and the industry according.
times. We really ought to be weeks, when the company first prperous, andatever o ail were
ashamed of ourselves- entered the local market as a
We have been informed that buyer. About 8,500 head have When Beecher "Hollered."
our sheriff, Mr. Geo. R. Carter, beenent out in these three ship. Comingas home from the morning
of Inverness stated here last ts and the catte owners' service one Sunday Dr. Beecher threw
Saturday that Crystal River isment and the cattle owners' himself on a lounge and said in a tone
gross reciepts from same approxi- of deep dejection: "I believe that was
doing more business than half a mate $75,000. The cattle sent the worst sermon I ever preached."
dozen much larger towns, com. One of his daughters protested that
bined, and he is in a positionto in the shipment this week were he had seldom heard him when be
ined, and he is in a position to furnished by Henry T. Bass, wu more energetic. "Oh, yes," was
know. Rull Base, Ackias Bass and J. R. the impatient reply, "When I haven't
We need more good men, who R anything to say I always holler."-The
We need more good men, who Donegan. In two previous ship- Outlook.
are able financially to put their ments the Carson Castle Compa-
shoulders to the wheel and help ny and Lesley and Bass partici-
us push. Are we making any pated largely. Tom Price, Ar-
effort to get them? mour's buyer, has been making

taking to induce tourists and im. stone hotel in Kissimpmee for
migration? Towns although several weeks.-Kissimmee Val-
larger than ours, that have ot FOB RENT Five cottages, about
larger than ours, that have not ley Gazette. one mile from town. Plenty of good
our advantages. They are or- wood free. Rent very reasonable.
gmnizing Boards of Trade every. SOUa AID A T01E ni0Apply to J. M. Hodges, Crystal
where, if they have not already 6a OI 0 INDIOG i River.
got them-and they are hustlii. Each "Pape' Diapepln" digets 1000 FOR SALE-Sorrel horse,8 years
S Are we, with the best farming grains food, ending all stomach old. Will work anywhere. Bargain
land in the state, the sporn- misery In fve minute. for cash. Apply at News office.
man's paradise, the prettiest .i d Time It! In five minutes all tom-
anisliiiiest town in the~ aeh dtrel will gsa No Indlgelon, WANTED--You to buy your ar-
sshiiiiiest town in the state, heartburn, sourness or belchlng of den seed fur fall planting from l.d-
wallingto sit still and fold out gas, ad, or eruotatio s oft undlestd wards store.
hand and say "times are too food, no disslae, bloatting, tfoul
breath or headache.
bard"? Pape'. Dispepein is noted for its FOB SALE-.-CEDAR BOARDS and
We need more good, progress speed in reSNlatils upset stomeah. squares, also posts in lare or small
It is the surest. qpsulchet .to--h ,em- quantities. Geo. W. Hyde, Crys-
ive men who have some capital, edy in the whole world and betdee t tal River, Fla.
but we must make some effort Sharmley. P*t aAad to sto ah
to get them. There are O btes Pos' Dep i three miles fromo al, in Marion
things we can d1, that r from any dISCStle YOU ialii in county. Good l room house. High
make our town still more fvese ma It o to hammock land. Apply at News
make our town still more at- t sr from osa 'Sp ea O y oce.
tractive to the home-seeker. sttema dseord. It' th* elck t,
SL saret sen mMt har e htomah
What has become of our electric doctor la the wortid. FOB BAL--Pint and Quart bot-


A Novelizati.n of Eugene WIBer
Famous Drama by 1ebst~rw ~bn-.

PRETTY, young wife wants flzm clothes
and a luxurious living; her busbsan
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of his honor and in the end he paQ dw o pril.
You've seen this situation yourself many taW
A big, gripping, realistic story that
the theme without gloves-a starting ptMt d
the extent to which the lust for wealt- ** gW
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Talk Public Park.

Talk Board of Trade.
Talk Electric Lights.
Pull for a Board of Trade.
We must have those Electric
Plan for a Crystal River Farm-
er's Day.
Dr. J. M. Irwin returned home
last Friday.
a. W. Hyde made a business
visit to Inverness Tuesday.
Col. N. Barco of Gainesville,
was in town this week.
Robert Brown left for his
home in Boston Monday.
Mrs. Will Wells and Miss Cora
Head spent the week-end in
Mr. Rogero of Palatka, was in
, town last Friday.
J. W. Aiken of Ocala, spent the
last week-end here professional-
0. F. Adams of Ocala, s pet the
week-end in Crystal River.
Miss Lilly Bailey of Ocala, re-
Strned home Tuesday, after a
short yilit to the family of Mr.
,R .P .. e. tr. ,

Dr, ..Besner, and Mr. P. J.
Them ut OI sal were Saturday
visit D to our town.
Mr.r G. W. Hyde made a busi-
nes trip to Oalas Monday.
B. L. Tamer of Inverness was
in ystal Tuesday.
Jim Pyles of Ocala, was in-
terviewing the trade here last
Ma*. A. H. Bellamy, Tom Allen
and Jim Allet of Inverness, were
here Tuesday.
T. 0. Cato and Mr. Vann of In-
veratesi were among our Tues-
day visitors.
We are glad to see so much
Interest taken -in the devotional
exercise of the pworth League.
Come out next Sunday at three
thirty p. m. We will only keep
you one hour.
We want a "Orystal -River
Farmer's Day" in November.
Talk it up. Boost for it.
Npw potatoes, new syrup, new
citrus frauit -fresh vegetables,
plenty of hog and -hominy, Fish
and- Oyters, and hen fruit. All
OCitrus Oounty prdst*. Who
said bard times?
The Crescent Fish & Oyster
SOomlpan, is the name of the new
firm In Crystal ilver, with Mr.
A. J. Sbeel.as manager.
Mr. Iee Allen of Leanto, was
latows Betday.
*J ., .Johas of Dndonelka,
wa &On between trainsTues.
6w *044ai t beck a plentiful

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A vigorous Stomach. perfect work-
ing Liver and regular acting Bowels
is guaranteed if you will use Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Tihe ensure
good Digestion, correct Constipation
and have an excellent tonic effect
on the whole systein-Ptrify your
blood and rid you of tll body pofsons
through the Bowels. Only 26c. at
your Druggist.

Mr. 8. Feinberg of Dunnellon,
came over to Crystal River Fri.
day afternoon to.be with his son,
M. Feinberg at his opening sale,
beginning Saturday morning.
Mr. Ed Pounds, traveling
salesman for the Bard, Hain Co.
of Gainesville, was in Crystal
visiting his customers Tuesday.
Messrs. Jae. T. Rawla and W.
J. Metcalf of Duunellon, were in
Crystal Tuesday. They came
down in the former's car.
Rev. Mr. Mathews, pastor of
the Baptist church, will have a
protracted meeting at the Bap-
tist church here uext week, be.
ginning next Monday night,
Mr. F, W. Hough of Station
B. was in town Saturday.

Mr. Ernest Turnipseed, wife
and sister and Mr. Si Deen cf
Dunnellon, were in town Son-
day, in the labor's car. 'They
are a a ly crowd Au4 ,,lwayS

was tlht ron bltaee 8Satur.
On last Saturday night Mr.
Crawford Bellamy of Inverness,
and Miss Sallie Rooks of near
Floral City, were married at the
residence of the bride's parents,
Judge Geo. W. DeMuro officiat-
ing. After the ceremony, the
the bridal couple were surprised
by a most delightful serenade,
followed by delicious r fresh.
ments. The News extends best
Masters Clinton and John
Harvey, two of W. G. Harvey's
boys gave their young friends
quite a trea t Tuesday after-
noon in the way of an oyster
roast. It was in honor of the
boy's birthdays, which come so
close together that their parents
let them both celebrate at once.
There were about 16 boys in at-
tendance, and they had plenty
of oysters and a good time.

B. B. Baum, proprietor of a
popular cafe in Ocala, left this
morning for Safety Harbor, after
a stay of a day in Clearwater.
Mr. Baum says that Ocala is the
best inland town in Florida, but
the moae prosperous town in the
state is Olearwater.-Olearwater

Your attacks of Lumbago are not
-nearly so hopeless as they seeim.
You can relieve them anlode Instats
ly b a simple application of Sloanas
pnmenta on the back and loins.
.Lombgo Jis a form of rheumatLem,
sad yd. perfectly to 8oa 's
whici. pnetrntes quickly a In

Judge Geo. W. DeMuro and
Dr. 0. A. Dame of 1Iverniess,
were in our town Saturday.
W. H. CoTlins of Homosassa,
was in town Wednesday, and
gave us the welcome ty.,ings
that the cedar mill at Hoimostitha
would start up nex monday. ',
Born to Mr. adfd,.ArBr. A. D.
Williams, a flue baby girl, on11
Wednesday morning.
WANTED-Capitalists t look,
into the marvelous advantages
of Crystal River. Now is the
chance to make your pile. In.
Boost for Crystal River "The
Sun-Kissed Oity".
and posts, small or large quantities.
Write us your wants. Geerge W. Hyde,
Crystal River, Fla.
J. H. Nance, engineer on S. &
H. I. R., and B. B. Rogers,
machinist for the same road, of
Rockwell, were hert Wednesday.
The second nines of Red Level
and Crystal River crossed bats
here last Saturday. The score
was 11 to 16 in favor of Red
Mr. H. G. Miller is building a
fish and oyster house at Miller's
Watermelons are growing wild
around Crystal River. There is
a patch out at the crate mill
which has small melons on it now.

No use to fuss and try to wear it
out. It will wear you out instead.
Take Dr. King's New Discovery,
relief follows quickly. It checks
your Cold and Soothes your Cough
away. Pleasant, Antiseptic and
Heallnn. Children like it. Get a
50o. botle of Dr. King's New Dis-
covery and keep it in the house.
Our family Cough and Cold Doo-
tor" .writes Lewis Cbiuberlasn
~iAtor, Ohio. Mosey back ,i1
,but altn

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This man caused the last
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His personal memoirs, written
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Just a hundred years ago, his amM-
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Italy, and Grest Britai--ssd a .
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'Vmau I Tm WM h m store and get a 50 ent bottle o: DoM
ow, $ 3 Ula IU| son's Liver Tone. Take a spoonf' a
if it doesn't straights you rig up
jb, M i sand make you feel fne and vigo is I
Want you t o back to the slor and
Ugh! Ca Makes you sick. I:t's your money. Dodson's Liver 'Ions
horrible I Te a doe i of the dangerous destro in the sale of calomel b .,use
drug tonight sad tomorrow you may lose it is real liver medicine; entirely .ge-
S.da' work. table, therefore it can not saliva or
Valomel Is ma= or- quicksilver make you sick.
which eaum .eorl*f the ones. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod-
Calomel, when it comes into contact son's Liver Tone will put your sl, .ish
with sour bile enrashu ito it, breaking liver to work and clean your bou of
it up. This is when you feel that awful that sour bile and constipated ist
nausea and cramping. If you are alug- which is logging your system an,' iak-
ie and. "all knocked out i t your lug you feel miserable. guaranteee t liat
lver is torpid and bowels constipated a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tor. will
or you hav headahe, dissiness, coated keep your entire family feeling Vik, for
tongue, if breath is bsd or toenach sour, months. Give It to your children., t i
usvrtr a t poonful of e Dodma's harmless; doesn't gripe and they lik, it
V OM to= t Oa .y usraSntsee pleasant taste.

One Caue for Rejelelog.
Irish Doctor-Well. I've ooked the
fayver out o' him, anyhow. Wife-
Oh. doctor, do you think there is any
hope? Doctor-S-Ball chance, I'm
afeard, madam; but you'll have the
satisfaction of knowing that he died
cured.-Detroit' Saturday Night.

Ancestral Pride of the Future.
"One of my forefathers was a signer
of the Declaration of Independence."
"That as something." replied Mrs.
Voteby Oumm. "But think of the
proud satisfaction with which my
great-great-granddaughters will point
to the fact that one of their fore
mothers was a militant suffraette."

No, Indeed.
Lawyer X.-lsn't It disgraeful to
hear a mas slining like that'ocinias
out of the barT Lawyer Y.-Very.
Our clients don't sing like that whea
Lhey leave our offices.

Flowers of the Sea.
The sea has flowers as the laud
has, but the most brilliant of the sea
flowers bloom not upon pltatts, ut
upon animal The living corals of
tropical seas present a display of
floral beauty which in richness nod
vividness of color and variety and
grace of form rivals the splendor of
s garden of flowers.

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411 MN Lost


Against Great Britain Believed To Be
Under Control-England Fears
German Invasion


There were no Important develop.
meats in the European war during the
past week. While there was a great
deal ot activity in the two theaters
of w;r no decisive victories were won
or even any definite advantage gained.
A German submarine succeeded in
sinking another British cruiser with
400 men on board. For a time the up.
rising in British South Africa against
Great Britain took on a serious aspect,
but General Botha, the British leader,
now believes he has the. situation well
in hand.
The progress of the allies against
the Germans in the north of France
along the Belgian bhoder has been
necessarily slow, but recent dispatches
from London and Paris state that ad.

vances have been made. In some
places along the great battle line,
which extends more than one hundred
and fifty miles, the allies have push.
ed the Germans across the Belgian
border. In the campaign between the
Germans and the Russians in the east
there has been much fighting, but the
reports coming from Berlin, Vienna
and from Petrograd lave been so con-
flicting that definite knowledge of the
results is impossible.
r At the present time England her-
self is proving the center of attraction.
Following the fall of Antwerp, the Ger.
man forces pushed on towards Ostend
M-' on the Belgian coast. As Ostend is
only 65 miles from Dover and 116
miles from London, England is alarm-
ed over the possibility of German in-
vasion. However, it appears that the
problem of extending his lines before
the allies to ite coast In order that
there would be no flank for the al-
( see arat hdrset n 6,aia me oat
time than f possible invasion of Eng.
The Belgians who have suffered un-
told hardships since the great armies
Sof German began pushing their way
through the little country, are now
fleeing from their native land to Hol.
land and England. For weeks the
f women and children and men who
S ere not able to fight have been driv-
Sn from place to place. Their homes
have been destroyed and thousands
of them faced starvation. From Liege

al.el to Antwerp. Here it was thought
they have surely found a safe haven
of refuge, but the powerful siege guns
of the Germans battered down the
walls of the forts and once more the
populace fled, this time to Ostend.
S Hardly had they arrived at the coast
city than they were terrorized with
f the news that the Germans were com-
I g. There was nothing for then to
I do but flee to England and Holland.
Ya'' King Albert and his Belgian army
has been lost sight of following the
fall of Antwerp and their present
whereabouts is a mystery. It has been
announced that the government of the
S,' Belgians has been moved to Havre,
,.,d.f France, where the entire royal court
/, of Belgium is now comfortably uiuar-
S tried, Recent reports state that the
Belgian queen is sharing the hardships
pell of her husband at tle head of the
army, but the dispatch falls to say
where the army is at the present time.
n Chinla there appears to have been
a lull in tile fighting brtween the Gert-
.l' mas and the Japs at Kino-C(how.
.'.. There has been little news iereived
i 'Y from this theater of war. Italy remains
neutral and a recent announcement
from Rome states that italdy will make
no hostile move unless they are com.-
.* polled to do so to- protect their country
from an enemy. Turkey is still briut-
i, ling, but has failed to declare war.
". Persistent reports that Portugal has
declared war against Germany haveI
SbeeIn received through Rome, but no
S official announcement to this effect
S '. ) w been given Out.

German Fort Pound In London
L" London.-The police have found at
Wll. lesden, a suburb to the northwest
of London, a building occupied by Ger-
m as with foundations and roof of
.- heavy concrete. They arrested twenty-
two Oferumald on the premises. The
V-. MjeIMe were being used by C. G.
,;, )"d i ab, a German music publisher, as
i*i'a.lesy. the site of this factory at
____ idA H MalMUsaida several important
i'U Md Jm anOM. The Paris prem-
i tia same s firm were blown up
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Another British Warship Sunk-
London.-Another thrust from the
German submarine service has rob-
bed the British navy of the cruiser
Hawke, and has raised the tally of
British warships sunk by the Germans
to seven. To-thls must be added the
virtual destruction of the cruiser Pe-
gasus by a Germnan warship at Zau-
sibar. *
The Hawke,, a cruiser of 7,350 tons,
under command of Capt. Hugh WiV-
llama, was sunk in the North sea, the
graveyard of six other victims of Geipg
man torpedoes.
Bad aim on, the part of the arl,
man nuer iSved the- sMRw t9f
was attacked, but she esaped.
The exaet complement aboard the
Hawke has not been announced, bqtin
ordinary times the men numbered 550.
As she was built several years ago,.,it
is probable her crew was not up to
the ful complement. According to
one report, she had only 400 aboard.
Whatever the number only 52 men
were saved, and there was not a sin.
gle commissioned officer among them.
The cruiser Amphlon, Pathfinder,
Aboukir, Cressy, Hogue, Pegasus and
Hawke and the torpedo gunboat
Speedy, make up the British list of
losses in warships in the first ten
weeks of the war. Against this the
British admiralty claims four Ger-
man cruisers, two torpedo boat de-
stroyers, one torpedo boat, three sub-
marines and eight armed commercial
Omitting the aimed merchantmen,
the aggregate warship tonnage loss to
England is much greater than that to
Horsemen Swim Swift River
From the Battle Front-Infantry and
cavalry have been doing more fight-
Ing dluting the last few days than for
several weeks,
Two thousand French cuirassiers
have distinguished themselves by a
daring feat in swimming the river Lys,
where It flows deep and swift. They
completely outwitted the Germans,
who were awaiting them on the other
side with machine guns and heavy ar-
The French horsemen made a long
detour during the night. One man
swam the river with a rope, then
dragged over a cable, which he attach-
ed to a tree. The others, holding the
rope, crossed Alngly with their horses
through the swirling Waters.
Arrived on the opposite bank, the
French drew up In line and charged
the German flank at Merville, driving
the enemy back and opening the way
for the passage over the river of a
division of allied infantry, which a1-
ter occupied Estaires.
Servian Princes 'Are Wetmded
London.-The Vouslehe Balfang of
Berlin reports that Crown Pricee Al-
exander of Servia has 'been slightly
wounded and that bhis brother, Prince
George of Servia, has been mortallyr
hurt in the fighUg agalst A ertasas.
Rusaani Prinee Killed -
Peotrrad.-Prinee 01e, am of
Grand Duke Constantine, died o .tlo
wounds received in atioan. An Melal
dispatch from PetrogrMd M Pikee
Oleg had beea wounded duslag a *a
airy engagement at the froat."

Seeking Homes
a beautiful young E
Citing In New York
movement to find
for the children m
terrible war which
While she Is or
tion in Aiurope to
ones until they ca
their new homes in
lean organization I
Mrs. H. F. Tuck
the aid of Miss Pe
to extend Its bras
State and maniel
home-planing work,
The t4, u!ptloB

IWt to autaC
out Its p~ls. There
tion agaiast the p
being paid by any
sedation. The obh
the importation of
The work of Mi
absolutely neutral.
America who is
orphan child nato
asked to state whe
English, French, (
Russian boy or girl
for such orphan an
er home will be ca
by the local bran
placing society.
Boers Rallyil
Capt Town, Sout
sult of Colonel Mai
northwest of the C
Louis Botha, prem
South Africa, and
troops of the Union
earlier than he orl
General Botha is
the head of several
panics, organized
line, which are a
ments trained by
Commandants, fl
burghers who aer
Bothba In the Soutl
rallying.to his ca
their political feel
side the agUlishJ
empire against w
arms twelve years
had a marked effect
are now fieking
Germans Repul
Parls.-A Have
from Petrograd pa
celved there from
population of the c
the banks are resi
battle Is being to
miles from Warami
The Germans i
the heights about
the town, but we
Germans Clai
Berlin.-Thbe a
German army ann
beginning a strong
Antwerp with gr
after the attack bh
and marine j iui
led 11a full lroutA
aplrisoe was one
gads. A 6040
agleo-Baelgiaa del
showO by t 8f Ie
eanUtu@ty could be
to treat "oecetala
the city.

For War Orphans
Inss Natalia Pearson,
English girl now vis-
:, has set on foot a
homes In Anierica
ade orphans by the
Is devastating Eu-
ganiaing an associa-
care for the little
m be transferted to
SAmerica, an Amer-
is being formed by
of New York, with
arson's vast wealth, 1
mche, ato eo
atless, to do rtti

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other lierso or as. road 0I LS aZ Idif the G .aaa sO
Ject was to prevent bold, depte d ,t rts to tIf contrary,
Contract labor. The battlie op d with cavalry liht,
ss Pearson will be .*i whe gi.adually developed Into
E. ach person in g9serat battle *hlkbh ladicate that the
willing to take "an French are advancing In force toward
his home will be Lille.
ether he prefers an Four German Shipe Sunk.
lerman, Belgian or Londeo.-The Britigh avy has ac.
. His ability to care counted for four more Gertaan destroy.
d provide It a prop- ers, which were engaged and sank off
ruefully investigated the Dutch coast by a British cruiser
ches of the home. and four torpedo boat destroyers .
According to au annoAcement made
Ing To Botha by the secretary of the British adni-
h Africa.-As a re ralty, the British vessel in the action
rits' rebellion in the were the light cruiser Undaunted and
ape provinces, Gen. the torpedo boat destroyers Lance,
ler of the Union of Lennon, Legion and Loyal.
commander of the rhe admiralty announces that the
a, is taking the field British lobs In the engagement off the
ginally Intended to. Dutch eoast, in 'which four German
placing himself at torpedo boat destroyers were sunk,
I strong Dutch com. was one officer and fout men wound.
on the old burgher ed. The damage to the British de.
affiliated with regi- stroyers was slight. The announce-
the Union defense meant adds:
"There are tUirty-one GernAn sur.
leld cornets and vivors, prisoners of war."
red under General The sinking ot the four warships
.h African war are makes six torpedo boat, deqtroyere
ll, Irrespective of sent to the bottom by lritish gun-
lng, to fight along- fire blDce the beginning of the war
.in defense of the and seven counting the torpedo beat
which they were in destroyer sunk by the sumqarinae -4,
ago. This fact-has The score in naval operauons, with-
ct on waverers, who out counting converted merchantmen
to General Botha's evich as the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse
and the Cap Trafalgar, now favors the
allies, which have sunk one Austrian
laed at Warsaw "and six German cruisers ald seven
is agency dispatch German torpedo bat destroyers, while
ys that word Is re. there have been uaeeniarmed. reports
I Warsaw that the of the slakilg of several Austrian doe
ity s retWining and stroyers in the Adriatic sea.
uming business. A The Germans have sunk eight Brit.
)ught about thirty Ish and one Russian eruier, whime.
Austria has lost a mubm ne by as-
ndeavored to take cident. The Russians also claim to
seven miles from have sunk two German submarines,
re repulsed. but this the' Germas deny.
m FM Route4 Ship Sail Despite Potat ,
aetti staff of the Los Angeles,u Cl.-C. White Moril
ounces that In the mer, British consul ier, made an up.
I garrison defended avalUis protest to United tates eue
it energy, but that tome offidlst against the sailing of
y German Ipfantrty the steer Manatlqn with ca o
ans, the da 'oer' which was alleged to be contra 4d
of war and I iteedt for lthe Oeif
BriiJsh a ri*rI- bie trolrt Morttn a
ie e Itd f t4e theIael be-_ uta
w of Antep wa but hiiUn B. e ni
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By British Off The Coast Of Halland.
Antl4ermnan Riots Occur
in London
London.-The official press bureau
Ied the ftllowtag announcement:
"The Britidsh troops have made good
progresed in the last four days. In
the northern area the allies have driv-
en the enemy back more than thirty
The Bordeaux correspondent of The
Times, In a dispatch, says:
"Opinion here continues satisfied
with the military position. According
to popular expression. General Joffre
is thrusting the enemy out of doors
without any unnecessary fuss.
"It Is apparent, from the official
communications, that toae enemy Is be-
ing superbly held along the Immense
front. The enemy's attempt to envelop
the allies between Lille and the sea
has failed. The Germans visibly are
preparing to retreat by fortifying a
line between Namur and Metz and a
second line with a base at Air-la-Chap.
Two important successes in the bat-
tie for Dunkirk and Calais, for the pos-
session of which the Germans are
striving, are credited to the allies in
the official communication Issued in
The French are said to have re-oc-
cupled Armentieres, an important rail-
way Junction .oa the Belgian frontier
northwest of LilSe and to have re-
pulsed an attempt of the Germans to
cross the river Yser, which flows
through that little corner of West
Flanders, which is all of Belgium that
remains 1, Belgian hands. That would
mean a leck to the German attempt
to'reach Daldirk by the coast route.
The Vrq~- also are said to have
isshqd l oflk l farthr the German
#rA -TkMh.wis advancing slag the
$@Is*&~ o~r #4bk. coast.
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MUs. T. J. Taylor.
2. Church tL. Sain. -
dernillel. Os.. ,saw
'I hb kifte a.and-
bladder tr6ublo with
dull. seing baok- ck.
achs. lonme dayr I
couldn't do my
bomework. Tbh kid-
Sty .s.ottons were
usatural and 6*sv
me no nd of annoy.
ape.. U+doctor
and tiled several
r*me*dle. but ith-
out relief ubUI I
took Doan'l Kdney
PUill. Two boxes
cured me and whant te bttr MlM.
had no sIln of kldmny ceglolBI
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where I need not lay of wirai
anddurdating the last1es 1awne t
paid out two dollars to a ado bom.aiIla
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-' at oll da move lto their
tn w a) dos ba
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S HAPTIR It-CentInued*.

."O yo little dearly" Utting the
plp.ftmo tie box, she premed its soft
datt to ar cheeks. "I'vo -Jut been
f. or a dog. Dick; and Isn't it a

Oll bePtt Ian the foor, stooped and
eildi: "Here, Dick; here. Dick!
t Wi hat well name him, won't
we.b?" -
"Hueord beyoy d words," said the
doner.' Why not BobT"
"'Ie; 'tok at hIl eyes. They're blue
JuaJILke youra, Dick, and he's so eu.n-
,lWt" ..
Wi)M beet, dowp and patted the
':M L ICm glad she likes you, old
to, steep there such a resemblance."
"YeFte letter fteI nlm, Jane," Bob
S" wao i to see the
44@ w prowL around a while
Raynolds' uet showed general en-
thuilaf -ter th. progress of his
4'0 ar eumaf venture. For an
-a bad displayed skill
I e0 The space he had
i0a 1iO wiamtf oBpriM d about
Al ifth od hiu balf-acre lot. This he
. Jd ltde- linto le rectangular
.-t fty teet deep and flt.
*' .-lrow path ran between
"',.. '! old b wltivated and
.." lit treadlag Oun the bed

Cwwriei C. .. MeaOlas C.. m
formed her husband and Dick was the
culmination of heroic efforts to supply
her with tobacco coupons.
"ia't It a dandy?" she asked, "and
ft makes perfectly lae coofft In two
"And it's a godsed. Jane." Dick an-
swered, "for now I may smoke real
tobacco. For months I've battled with
My Lady Nicotine In her vilest forms
to find brands that furnished the most
green tickets. You know my seuati
ments concerning king and princes,
but I have quashed them and paid
homage to the rulers of four thousand
years, from the first Rameses to the
last George."
"Most noble saerifce my dear Dick,
and please keep on. Look! I got a
catalogue today. For only twelve
thousand coupons I can get a piano
and I need one badly."
"Holy smoke, deliver me! Bob must
rent one."
"What do you think of the shack,
Dick?" asked Reynolds, parrying.
"Let's help Jane clear the table and
then we'll take you on a tour of in-
The Reynolds' bungalow was one of
those ingenious devices of a land com-
pany's art; pretty and alluring, but
.built to sell at a large profit. The ex-
terior was attractive It not impoelsng.
The lower half was stucco and the up-
per brown-stalaed shingles. The ex-
tending mansard root drooped low
over the veranda and gave a sanug,
equatty appearance to the whole.
Within. It boasted to -ieceptiod room
or halL The big 14ta1 *room ran the
full breadth of thehou~* and erved
as a prt-sr library dtalaning-room.
On this the Most pr.eatdou ekofts of
the btU04d k 4a bee spent.' On the
laft abatuimtha HIThe B It Id a an-

real good. you'd let me wash thip
"Well. I'd consider It."
"I Wouldn't like anything better,
Jan, but you know a newspaper aon
keops rather streauous hoars. Some-
times l;. though at midnight and
sometmes.at four la the morning. I'd
,have to make a iwim of it fI wanted
to pt across the ba at that hour. NW,'
I suess I am dopiped to the hall be&d
room In Washington square."
"And the little plNee on the corner,
Dick. Don't omit that; the plaoe
where they uncrpwn monachs, divide
Rockefeller's millions and drown all
socal ills In a flood of amber and
foam. Honest, now, itn't that what
you're thinking of ab much as the
swim scroe the bay? But, speaking
of corners, we've got one ourselves.
There's a little, fat' German two
blocks down the street who'd just love
to talk Schopenhauer with you."
"No doubt I'll meet him, Bob. I'll
need both philosophy and his mer-
chandise as a bracer for the return
"You're not going back tonight,
Dick," Jane announced. "Stay and go
with Bob In the morning. Why, you'll
miss half the fun of you don't have
one of our commuter%' breakfasts. Up
with the birds, you know. Ooffee and
rolls at five-thirty and new-laid eggs-
If there are any. That's the time
when you get the true bucolic spirit."
A note of Irony In her tone brought
Bob with a start.
"No, little rebel." lie exclaimed, "you
don't have to get up at flve-thirty ald
yo.u know it.. I could La that mnoe-
lapt -east In twoailtes ift you'd -et
"But I won't. I'd f l fine lying li
bld-Plke s6e* filth avenue beauty.
.lyt ty hashee* W-ttoring aret
-wa ryt s A-t a ooe pot. --
:. W4-l lei. w
'.- *in 1 *^!.- "

thei w emr"ln s to t boehee with
Mrs. Colins, bt these mecessitated
tiresoe Mdaes on crowded trolleys, so
she abal ond tahe and atayoed
alea* at eS with nothing but her
work, her books s e eChats with
her nehabbor* to while away the hours
ofr WK. hot Oawr.
At eight b ptt prodfaleusly at
heap, ack elar wla te set oat-
*td4 after dianqr ad battled with an
endless hopt It me~utleas When he
had ttd Ilg. _t ai he wogld
succatbi to' 4' slpior ft 6 4 a Jon
Jane Inside. Light Mdie s *ore un-
.omtortable withn .s, uAnny, they
at in te dark aad tlkedm until bed-
aUms.. /
Friends came from the etl oeeaalon-
ally, but their. visited we" t fre-
quently repeated. It. was a tremen-
dous trip fEeS meAriih 6r 4ilebhts,
where their few acquaintasnes lived.
and oneM b ae 11 ht l~e dropped
a3w7. He t egvarlyr ry Wed-
yeday. :* : .. -
Thex tried two' 6 i trips to
New York themselves, but the dis-
tance made these a hardMip rather
than a pleasure and there was the
added expAqe. Onee when they at-
tempted a Ittle dinner after a night
at a root garden they missed the last
boat and had to stay at a hotel. Bob
tried to 'eoneeal his misgivings as to
how this would affect the week's
finances, bet Jane knew. They gave
It up and stayed at home. .
So the summer passed and fall came.
Bob missed his garden. 41"rp nipped
the tomatoes that had 1een so late In
starting and this marked the last of
their outdoor activities. The monbt-
ony for both began to pall, ,but they
bid their feelings from.each other.
More and more Jane sought refuge
'in the futile companionship of the gos-
siping Mrs. Collins. They went occa.
silonally to New York for the matinees,
but more frequently to spend an after-
noon in idle wandering through the
stores, for the funds of each were
frugal. They were returning from
such a Journey one evening in late
"Come In and rest a minute," Jane in-
vited, as they reached her. bungalow.
"I know I'm tired and I guess you are."
"Going to the matinee from Staten
Island sure does one up," Mrs. Collins
aequieased and she glanced about wit)
a longing air as it she hoped her
,eaghbor might oiler something In the
why of resluitattn.
JaW iwaoma hsnded readily, but a
he'hid nothing to offrw ,shlet lia
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rettes. They cost
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more wholesome.

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moil. Return charges
pail. Sevld for nita Iog "A"
iidt price IIt ou finll eilnf.
astman Ke lk AgenrY
115 W. paval St. Jachuemvt.ito.

Department Store Manager Found No
Difficulty in Placing Nice Look-
ing but Stupid Girl /

"I am afraid." said the assistant
manager of the mammoth metropoll-
tan department store, "the young
woman who has Just inquived for a job
Isn't up to. our standard."
"r thought she seemed like a very
nalelooklps persm/' sald the- maw
aser. "o-know it pays to have good-
loo sg people back of the mount .
nave le *rv eotensdered that pol$t?"
e yL kagre w y with sat
eW etver F- '*Telap' ptrsely*

one the 11
slae boatslot

gs arindVo
oitd." h
dad sthet
"Mmnure utD

Ww soefowthe I
YOUt-,' "
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Io s", you

u S U .w r w.- vw r m- u .., arwuy
s a leow w ^w. were let th uiIp
ey -smpuiltr booe on eithertide st (he
lar door.and me at eAt aend. .la (e lit-
o tbaT lag half of the room a piaew ast
4 sb. ran from door to wall, *.a.4 Ma6*a-
a for tioe bookshelf and dewk owt tUSbuf-
pitalast tot of the other ide. This e perJla
o of It had converted lato a "com'IF,.t iae"-
ea oaut like hMSagIg place. PlNo*s of h1
Colligi ows making were scatteredtoantlfluy
id two along the window seat ad plied bhigh
at the end against the wall. 'A little
where center table ladea with books, maga-
ae for ineam and Bob's tobacco trby was in
o this reach, and, beslde It, a big morris
chair and Jane's smaller roeeker. Here
it tn a their evenings were apftt la Bob's
novelty reading aloud while Jane s*ed.o or
oil and with ocesiouals gane of cribbage and
pinochble. A -
iam to Diverleons were not plentiful and In-
deed there was little need of them.
lick la. sob's day ton the city, his le o trip
home, the dinner, his hopr with his
O little garden and Jane's dally struggle with
t milk domestic dutle left little- energy for'
night." nocturnal patame. An hour or two
4 Bob usually found them ready for the
organs little room at the back, which, though
aee of dignified nominally as a guet's ebam-
Ma yde ber, they had commandeered for iaM-P
nty of Ing purposes themselves. This o
i acl- and the kitahea, with a bath between.,
divided the space aIn back of the lo c
splied. living room. Here the builder had
austn resompenaed himself for suaB estrav
i ganee as were indulged ia In the
S float TIT room wsa of bre Olrrt i
i aght plelty.jvoeres white wal, ,* windQw
egi. aotand dr to Wth batl 1 wt4
ka fer woodwork et the 6e14pest sptie..
all in The only aceM to the aieooa 'ioy
would was the stairway ti the kitchta,
S were two rease there A 'emt eM
arosA the freaont of the host,. bet, o
S.account.f t the slo~iag roof, es* hai
rower tan the one below antW it
rougt a lower ealiUa. The other wa above
N th Ue ouoet ohaber while toa ,paW
,. avr the khaba wm, left aBluai
i for stoerohU puarpm.
gsoed f ue sa aroo. q,

b jwa n'A' l 'i
5.7 9 60bror

A' oL -, 6'-. V ""., ,

II tirea'. o ao eo k to, the
..1 .i.".
'that l&~', y' 4yi"
"Akt Rob." We%'e wriawing letsl
foe it the week. It's the *sea
sod whel teb matdna instint pro-
daohlntee the.sne 6f depeuti duty
is the eoiery. Of course thwe a r
stoir eggs to piece out with, but they
don't count." .
They weat downutairs anl Jane took
u'p her embroidery while the men
tempted fortune at atUtion pinochle
with a third hand dead.
"That's my favorite game," Bob told
Dick. "Jane and I Mnarly always play
it. We like the third hand because
It kind o' makes us think of some vis.
tot who does't come. Calle aret
pretty ecaref, aren't they, Janei"
"Ye, but we- make up In- quality
what we lack, la quantity-Dick and
Ms. Collis."
"Flattered, I'm sure," laughed Dick.
"Who is the lady?"
"A Btaten island beauty you'd just
dote on. .A sert of a Titian futurst,.
and so cultured. We'll have to have
her and the little Her Host of the cor-
ner around for dinner the bnt time
you come."
She put down her work and walked
to Bob, bestowing a good-night kiss,
"You men ian sit up as late as you
want," she said, "but nine o'clodk ig
Claderella's r for o ,. Good eight,
Iet BhtedibTf the s ag 'get )0
whae rit yeall pa
"A. rev*o, poes. W=s i"b
4011 ae you gb tsYt I Nt t, eII
mere il. ad awigr lt-".
AAd e
I- the tio the re waa aset -,
ukeg when a a rly id.ea the
Plftuouth Roe-w8 yialEtf fr 0 gg a
saae ua'ootl -st net ua a teiad dla.
Pay or one g oe the part of the
fowle. A hurried breakfast, and the

thd edt*- e

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wertt while .ier :4
her eiagtgor.'"I 4
I woo# so it 44 *
Sand go Where I
tP ir 9 tanIaUaa onieG a
Apd the mastianee I aued to g atwo
or three km Ue a week phen 1 4 JA
little let In Amsterdam avenue. I Jst
lvs (he theater Didn't you think
the show this aftereood was loely,"
"No, I din't." Jane answered t jst
latod It. That beautiful home those
servants and thee lovely gowan. As
If anyone could believe that heroine'
could be unhappy with all she' had.
And It, dpse aeem as it those things
wore going to be out of reach for-
The play, In so far as 'material en-
vironment was concerned, bad pre-
sented the very antithesis of their own
life. All the luxuries and Indulgences
that money can give were vividly por-
trayed, but the sequel proved the India.
putable maxim, "all that glitters is not
gold." Jane had an Innate longing for
a more lofty station In life than was
hers. She believed that poverty and Its
petty exactlons were her worst foes aad
that any woman, given the opportuali
ties that money bestows, had the mak.
ing of happiness within her hands. Sheb
bad no sympathy or tolerance for the
theory that wealth breeds .discontent
and woe. Mrs. Collins, on the other
hand, while not gifted with an san-
lytteal miad, had a rough and ready
senoe of perceptive. She was as feed
of good things ia life as one. but she
wa actuate'nla bar longings y .a
split of jealosy rather thaa. th.be.
S tht p best was rightfully hai.
pe he unmpatkMed with the hol gole
aW Welsgqd wh**a the wealthy herb e
apS. While he did not observe the
1-1 dlstldeUeSO between P herselfSM
JaeU 4 he r lMed their e otla
bnd t eoap-= It ad attempted
S.eaiad fteepenalbll Hty.
As tao a. e* rI **ar b
emq itlNm that the part es~a
I..o Fuay ooaenerad are ul0y deo
to Oiu ,Mn woul be generally w.
neia"M eter, ReIa wddlap the
batgrem a, *m *ergg fre awn
b wt the tbriWe, threw a ba4i
Mf asm ugM the bystandqe-b.
bato shep t ha esasIadaidt
4 WOWH ; e a tha tIl
neot wee
Io'lei f ew no

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"Did, she have any knowdg p
"Apparently ncae whatever."
Th- manager's ance brightened up.
"Sheb too nice looking a pedon to
lot go by. In that case, why don't you
employs her as a saleswoman nl our
book department?"
Natural HNIMey.
"What' is natural history?" asked
the teacher o a mall pupil.
"I gues," said the small pupil, "that
'It'a the kind where people are always
fighting and killing aeah other," ,was
the unexpected reply.

Our idea of a smart young man Is
one who succeeds in taming his wild

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A Trained Nurse Diseovered It See '" A .

No oneIsin la better position to kaow
the value of food and drink than a -
trained nurse.
Speaking of coffee, a nurse la Pa.,
writes: "I used to drink strong cof-
fee myself, and suffered greatly from
headaches and Indigestion.
"While on a visit to my brothers I ':
had a good chance to try Postum, for -
they drank It altogether la place of
coffee. After using Postum two weeks ;,
I found I waa much benefited and ,.
finay my headaches disappeared and -
also the ladigestion.
"Naturally I have lince used Postum
amess my patient*, and have noticed '',,'
S awrked benefit where coa ea. .
bees left of and Postum nsed.
.I observe a acuoles fact about /,
fPoatumI when used by mother. it
greatly bala the flow of milk la meea
fere ee. s I aI elaUed to d' ft
pm and whee tes t auses rveum ''
ld tf rebie ina getting Ae"a ;e -
to amake Postuem ropr. But
ft It prepared according :to dlgim
am package and *erved hot '-.-M
ream ito i ceritatly a dels he ,. 0 -
Nae given tby Pastum Co., t6,-, .
ert Mouse. Read "rne R .ar to
Wed ".-In Agi. m "
Pledt w se In ,two frms
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We sell Steinway, Chickering, Mathushek, and
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Write tor catalogue.

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The protracted meeting at the
Baptist church has been called
off on account of sickness.
There will be no protracted meet.
ing next week. The time will
be announced later.


NOTICE is hereby given that
the undersigned, Mrs. Mary
Williams Hyde, will apply, on
November the 9, A. D., 1914,
to the Honorable W. 8. Bullock,
Judge of the Circuit Court, by
petition in chancery, for a li-
cense to manage, take charge
of, and control her property and
become a free dealer in every re-
October 9th, 1914.
Mary Williams Hyde.

To Sell Minors Land in Court of
County Judge, Citrus County
Florida-In Re Estate of Mary
Virginia, John Hyman, Louis
Covacevich, Charlotte Eliisabeth
and Minerva Patton Williams,
Notice is hereby given; To all
whOt it may QoUo 4e that I,
WMerl y hia. ,G r
dian of Mary Virginia WItdams,
John Hyman Williams, Louis
Oavasovich Williams, Charlotte
Elizabeth Williams Minerva Pat-
ton Williams, Minors, will on
the 6th day of November, A. D.
1914, apple to the Honorable
George W. do Muro, County
Judge in and for the County and
State aforesaid at his office in
Inverness, Florida at 10 o'clock
A. M. or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, for au-
thority to sell at public or pri-
vate sale the interest of said
minors in and to the following
described real-estate situated
in this County, vis: The East
half of lots numbers 21 and SS,
in the Sylvon Glenn addition to
the town c. Crystal River, Flori-
Which application will be bas-
ed upon the petition for such
sale now on file in said Court.
Minerva Hyman Williams.

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AN O3iMi1iAfl

night watos B depth
marshal was d sv. It was
decided to def action until
Oct. 6th at whi Vme the dif-
ferent members id meet In
call session. The ir appoint-
ed Messrs SparkmdI &nd Holder
as committee of two ascertain if
business Men along Citrus Ave
would "It in paying the night
man. Bili read.
Financial statement of Tress-
tirer and clerk read.
On motion the bills were au-
thorized to be paid.
Adjournment was made sub-
ject to call of the chair.
A. 8. King, Clerk.


He who plows can produce
anything, including health and
It's the man who really counts
in farming. Furtille land is
necessary, but a master mind
must solve the problem of prod-
uction and marketing.

'M&i& I manL

Lascivious F~ in
and Behavior. -
ce. o rF I mx oF CareYA. Rivna:
That any person who is con-
victed, either of vagrancy or of
roguery, of being an idle and
dissoulte person, or of being a
common night walker, or of be-
ing either lewd, wanton or
lascivious in speech or in be.
havior, within the corporate
limits of the City of Crystal Ri-
ver, shall, on conviction be fined
not less than One ($1.00) Dollars
nor more than Fifty ($50.00)
Dollars, or shall be imprisoned
not exceeding sixty (60) days.
Introduced and placed on first
reading this the 6th day of Au-
gust, A. D., 1914.
Placed on second reading this
the 6th day of August, A. D., 1914
Placed on third reading and
passed this the 10th day of Sep.
tember, A. D., 1914.
President of Council.
Approved: N. N. SPARKMAN,
Attest: A. S. Kieo, Clerk.

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