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Title: Crystal River news
Uniform Title: Crystal River news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 51 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Crystal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crystal River Fla
Publication Date: October 30, 1914
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Crystal River (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Crystal River
Coordinates: 28.90067 x -82.593699 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1905?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 42 (Feb. 24, 1911).
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Volume ID: VID00072
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.D.EVOTE DJ INrSKlr ,OF TOWN, COUNTY AND STATB.


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Self wacelt, J. S. Guyonu
Selfkindulgang, jMu. Sps'gt*.


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b.J. E. Allen,
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BubJeos open for dlpusson.
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Y. RTTAL RIVER. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCOT 80, 1914


BLOODY MASSACRE CONTINUES


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.erlUin, Oct. T7a1,a.4te an P nd. report that siDoef 0 by
SDiyrtille, L)~r-. blleti 1the Germans of'dap Ro.
1i0n official ibporUdt ee4t. he lastr 1H D1tnas the Fretch l n the
en theater" rof 4 r nU t '*e i .A t battle line between o and
that severe bottle s ngag j wed ato ijrod Verdun have been more than 40,
Malgg the Vistols anq Riveers. are nibttig .lly s.. 000 men. The French officers,
The Germans (7.my are perlor1of ef Ruaest. according to Rtatements in these
engaging numeridaiH wipior ,' wspaperg, complain of the in.
Russian forces aud *t i is Berlin, (ot, (By lt feror quality of the new French
attracting equal at ,& with to SyTille.)5wis i ops.
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SCrystal River News, published week.
y at Crystal Rlver, lia.. requlre Iby
the At of AgIst 4, 1S.

Editor, R. L. Park, Crystal
River, Fla.
Publishers, Orystal River Pub.
lishing Co., Orystal River, Fla.
Owners, Geo. W. Hyde, O. .
Miller, Est. John Juhan, it(.
Gilman Williams, M. W. Hyde,
0. E. Allen, all of Orystal River,
Fla.
Known bondholders, mortgages,
and other security holders, bold-
ing 1 per cent, or more of total of
bonds, mortgages, or securities:
NOSE.
R. L PARK
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 2d day of Oct, 1914.
A. 8. KING.
Notary Public
My commission expires Oct. 9,
1915.
DR. J. M. IRWIN PURCHASES
DRUG STORE


WNU h t f is all

eil 1 only the
?f haut itpm Nov.
o Frebuar 90, inlo.
t .M tb tlnthe county in
M0 jbenser is issued the
Ae9afressa feeof oAe dol.
6o hunt ia as may counties
Uka a*t, a state license it
id to the hanter at a Sot%
Ssand for noa-resident hlt
M on ts reqoUr4 .
a Ud designate y
6 elb(918a swans, geOse,
Snd riet and eAs docks,
loots, mud hens, d galin-.
rWir p, bi*, suit
>ekspip andpipers,
AIL. ds wild turkey,
p h a4nd quail, and
g lo T opoMa-sono o
9lUee, sndf the
i espt oe or
*.m November 90 to

Iporns o phtasmat,
qOhisee e Wr oglish
Sad all lapored game


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Belia soldiers In the deep traches along the
of Hofstas" At the left are shown some of the big
troops la the same conflict.


SO to February 20.
The quantity of game is limit-
ed by law, to one deer to a per-
son, two turkeys, twenty quail
or twenty-five birds of any other
species in one day,-Dunuellon
Advocate.
RD SOMAOH TRouMBJ,
0U 0B DTDEMMIA

PeDOlpeln"' make Slk, suer,
Waes Stemeebs weely fuel b*e
In fkV minutes

i what yeU jut ate ios sourias o
Sstomua h or ike like a .Imp d

wbutse tilaness, a bad taste
Isot t *- t d or ya i_

-reliein a five =its.
M asi a to stomach trouble IevW
oidaste a laers Ftraset emse o


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railway from which they repulsed the Germans at the battle
Belgian field guns which checked the advance of the kaiser's


MR. HOOD TO BUILD
Mr. J. H. Hood has purchased
a square acre between the resi-
dence of Dr. Irwin and the Meth-
odist church and will build a
nice five room cottage at-once.
He will also put down anice side-
walk on both sides of the l t, be-
ginning at Dr. IrwiiPs and con-
tinuing around the corner. Later
on, he will build another house
on the corner next to the church.
This is a great improvement
for our town, and an example we
hope others will follow. Mr.
Hood has already had six appli.
nations for the house.

- Last'year at the Marion county
Fair, we noticed that many of
the best products on exhibition
were from Ctrus county. Let's
bave a Crystal River Farmer's
.Day in November, and show jqst
wiht can be raised in this se,
t1n. Then get photograph* of
tbezblibilt and epin a eo-
splaeuss plk41 Bel as talk h
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STATE NEWS OF INT
The Crystal River
especially proud of its st
columns. In these colu
readers will find the n
portant dispatches from
of the state. Here you w
what the people in the n
ing counties are doing
up with the events in (
state by reading the its
column each week.

Mr. J. J. Williams of
essa, the head of the N
Yish Company, and- chai
the boart of county comr
eras *I Ctrus county, was
nesday visitor. He w
position to smile at the
ling of partisans over t
issue.-Oeals Banner.
An auto party from
uwie, consisting of Mr.
W. L. Denham and Mr.
Q allp motored over to


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Dr. J. M. Irwin has purchased
the Crystal River Drug Store,
and took charge last Monday.
Dr. Irwin is not only a physician,
but a thoirogh pharmacist, and
having been a good deal in the
store with the former druggist,
%1 poostion to run the business
lhas heretofore been ran, in
moist satisfactory moner.


glve the bsipes fliIaper
oversight and will have
eompetept mea, in charge at all
times, the public is assured of
good set vice.

V TOUR M in OMHM)


Loek MiethI If tensigies Wi o 14
eletane Ittle bmels with "CalO
fmsae gy of Pg.'

Urothers rest easr after grivng
Calsforala lyrup OK PlU," becw la
a bw h~oprs al the el Oed-up wast.
ouW boe and fsrmestleU food -Uva
mowv out G toh bowel and ou have
a wo,& plaINfl lhld agaAn.
ik hdm easedat b eoaxned to
tae this harmless "ruait lazats."~
Mllious O mothe keep t handy be-
ease they kow ts action on t
stomasod, UvW at bowels Is promt
sad smrm
Ask you dr to for a SOsat ho
tae ci "oaflOrala Iip ofJig," which
eatalas dirsetl*ua tr bable, child
ci all ages sa fosr growp.

DUNNILLON FARMERS' DAY


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nest m- Dunnellon Advocate: It pro. ..
all p eart nt plans are carried out Dunn.
illlear ellon's Farmer's Day will be ;.
eighbor- second in lmportan'e only to the
9. Keep Marion-uamter Fair, and it will .
our own be held previous to that, on a
te news day to be chosen when the con- .
venience of the speakers invited
H. has been ascertained. It is hoped
f Bme that bo4 oongremssen Olark and
Williams Spwkok lll woept. Dr Woov
irma Sp1rkmnwli accept. DrWeav-
irmanio or has alady accepted, and with
mission.
a d. a repreentiUve from the expert.
A a W mental station at Gainesville,
as in a thegriclturl program will be
Wrang- iaablehand. With the coopW s.
he boA yen of both the boards of tMrade
and the farmusrs of Marion and ,
Gaines. Oru* 'oanti"s a iremorable 4 g
dA Mrs. i hoped for with a large row
and M rs latteaedsae. A dinner ad .
Crystal bshae.eO will .tify e uh ,set ,

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Men whb-*.W"- iheir
pennies amlftrtbgthat
FATIMA&esthem'a
chance to enjoy 2D'-real
15 cent cigarettos, at a
price ofily slhpioy'"'Ore
than they pay for 10.


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,UR" CQTTON TO REPLAC9 4Y:T%

Tempe Bwd Of Trade Start 'Movw
ment For Cotton Sagging In
Florida

Tampa.-The Tampa board of trade
is urging all of ita members and the
people of this section generally to show
their interest In the movement to re-
lieve the cotton growers and manatac-
turere of using cotton bags Instead of
jute bags to cover shipments of dia-
terial. The resolution passed by the


FEDERAL AWFOR *

. STATE RSNERIES


SM d FWWo Cad ts Is Maim Is
CiNew n tim ower
Mostly.


ABOUT $18P800 SET ASIDE
Government I[xP$rts Confer With Gov.
senor Trammell And Irish and
Game Commissioner Hodges

Tallahassee.-Dr, G. H. Moor* of the
SCIentifle department of the United
States department of commerce and
lahor of Washinxton, D. C., and Mr.
Dworhart of the United States fish bu-
ftft of Washington, were at the capi-
tW in Conference with Governor Tmm-
suell and T. R. Hodges, state she]] and
111411 Commissioner, relative to a survey
of water bottoms along the Florida


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OUTLOOK I VERY HOKFUL

Early Resumption Of Trading In The
Gouth's Cotten By British Mill
Men Is Predicted


Washington.-Financlal forces of the
federal government. aided by the
friendly counsel of prominent Ameri-
can bankers and repreventaives of
Great Britain, were turned toward re.
adJustment of the foreign exchange
market disturbed by the European
war.
For more than three hours the fed-
eral reserve board, Bir George Parish
and Basil B. Blackett, representing the
English, treasury. and some of the
best-known bankers in Now York, dis.
cussed the situation in all its aspects.
According to those present no note
of pessimism was sounded at the meet.
ing, and there was every reason to be.
lieve all the problems which loomed
so large on the financial horizon a few
months ago will be solved without
sreat diffleulty. Here are the sallent
conclusions reached by the confer.
ence:
"American bankers stand ready to
pay their obligations to England In
cash. The $1",000,000 gold pool al-
ready formed and $80,000,000 raised by
a New York syndicate to meet Now
York City's obligations probably will
be enough, however, to satisfy English
creditors.
The New York and London stock
exchanges will not be opened soon,
possibly not befo*re the beginning of
1916. A Joint committee of the two
exchanges will consider reopening be-
fore hand.
Cotton Loan Plan Discussed
The federal reserve board Is expect-
ed to hasten consideration of the pro-
lifted cotton loan fund plan, designed
in part to give bottom to the cotton
market.
The cotton exchanges In Now York,
Nsw'drleans and Liverpool protably
W111 be opened an soon as posstblo\.The
New'York exchinge-probably *fit &w-
-far-thmindh -a eamniftlan-idth tho U


board and being sent broadcast
through this territory reads:
Whereas. It has been clear from the
first that the consumption of cotton
to the only real key to the cotton sit-
uation at this time: and,
Whereas, the usint of cotton In all
forms possible in the place of other
materials will make a demand for the
Product and therefore advance the
price and reduce the amount now held
on hand-, and,
Mhereas, we feel that any help afford-
ed the cotton growers directly or In-
directly will be of benefit to the entire
country, therefore be it
Resolved, by the board of governors
of the Tampa board of trade In regular
meeting assembled, That we urge and
request that all users of heavy bags
for sacking purposes use cotton bags;
and also ask the dealers from whom
they buy products already sacked that
they also use cotton bags wherever
possible.

FIGHT ON CANKER BUCCESSFUL


(Utnt In connection with the oyster In.
du:4trY. These officials went from here
to Apalachicola, where the first survey
WrIt will be made. It was stated
that the government expects to send
tilo United States boat.Fialihawk to
Aiialachicola In November to make the
wil"Vey. It Is tile opinion of Commis-
sloner Hodges that this would be of
va.it benefit to Florida. About tell
IlLou-iand dollars -xIII be spent In the
WoriL
Mr. Hodges left for Apalachicola.
where fif, will board the launch belong-
big t,) his department, and from there
too will go to Panama City and Pen-
sacola oil official business.

MIAMI 13ANKS BUY CITY BONDS

Rejected I n. Eastern Fi nentis I Centers,
Municipal Bonds 841d At
Home


Loans On More than Ton Thousand
Bales Have Boon Arranged For
By Atlanta Sank

Atlanta.-The example set by the
Central Bank apd Trust Corporation in
lending money on cotton will very
probably be followed by other Insti.
tuitions.
A representative of another large
state bank has called on A. P. Coles,
vice president of tke Central Bank and
Trust Corporation, for Information
about the letter's loan.
This representative was so Impress-
ed with the feasibility of it that he
old he would recommend to his direc-
Wre that they put the same plan in
operation.
A Georgia bank, which Is a corre-
spondent of the Central Bank and
Trust CorporsUon, simply advertised
that fact following'the announcement
of Mr. Chandler in the Atlanta papers
that his bank would lend on cotton.
The correspondent wrote that many
farmers called on him and congratulate.
ed his bank on Its connection.
An out of the state bank was so
pleased with the plan that it sent Mr.
Coles a cheQue to be used as part of
the loan fund.
Something like $309,000 in loans has
been arranged for by the Central Bank
and Trust Corporation, which repre-
sent&: 10,600 bales of Cotton. These
loans! will be made as soon as the cot-
ton arrive@ and Is stored In the ware-
houses now under construction.


Inspectors Report That Disease Is Very
Raidly Diminishing-Reinfec.
tion Is Rare

Miami.-Prof. Berger and Mr. Wart-
man, a member of the board of con-
trol, met with the nurserymen of North
Dade for the purpose of holding a con-
sultation to regard to the local sales of
imrsqry stock. The meeting proved
to be of a general character and many
bealdis thi nurserymen were present
and 'eutWW Into the several discus-
*tons; r4iihiing the canker and the
sale of nursery stock."
The reports from the Uspse4ors were
very eneouraging, showing eqladvaive.
ly that In both North and Pou th Dade
We scourge is diminishing ispidik. It
was shown bv the reports ot the In-
pectoh that the cases of reinteption
re grow* lex and lose and that-it
in only raWy ndW that the new Inke-
tions we ftAnd. The outlook for the
HKA86 js


Dissolution of Steel Trust Sought
Philadelphia.-Henry E. Colton, spe-
cial assistant to the attorney general,
took up an entire day in the federal
district court here giving reasons why
the Vnited States Steel corporation
should be dissolved because It violates
the Sherman anti-trust law as charged
by the ioveMment.
Mr.'Colton's aftument was largely
technical. He argued that there was
sharp compietition among steei com-
panies untli they were ab,,orbed by the
big concern. The creation df the steel
corpoi4tion was a clearly thought-out
scheme latendid to moiiop6lise the
iron and steel Ude, he deslared. The
maintensaft ot-ttigb prices, was an In.
dicatim. he owl that the $401 Gorpo-
MU00 III; a 90"1121- Ing"fide in the
inqla and *It*ctually Mquopolifts.
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ULaml.-Municipal bonds In the sum
of one hundred and fifteen thousand
doilars have been bought. by the banks
of Miami, and municipal Improvements
will continue, Bond brokers in thp,
No!Ui declined to bid on the local In.
sme, on account of the European war,
tout local financial institutious came
to the rescue of the municipality and
6evot the entire issue offered.
The' bands soM Include $46,000
eftet Improvements.
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At' kk-AOWM- ot the -atty 'cound],
riameitomrafttoernad Romth report-
e4 Umt be WA so* out one thousand
topers pkdvertbb* the. bonds for 4ait,
heture the beginning of the European
war. but since hosillitles begam he has
receired no tak propositions. Some
bidk were made on a five and one-half
per cent basis, but by holding the is.
hue 4 months the sum of $6,000 has
Imen saved. he said. The bond mar-
iket, hifurther stated, be said. is now
casing up a little and a better price
may be secured on the balance of the
Uoue later.

WYS WIN CORN CLUB PRIZES

Dewitt Land, Winner Of First Prize,
Earned $25.13 Profit
On Acre


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9wory, Wmaps VW-.jr& -will, UT WMWWW .-
to keep *er 10"O"Or# ta: Obe -
a long time, it is evident Ilist It
not'do Co let O'careful 14jeCtlons Yan-
,`Ul the 11ask V
ease has been Vped'out.

STATVAIRWO NOTIES.

There to a possibility ofthoNational
Guard of Georgia using Black, Point
as a can1ping ground next year. The
officers from the Empire state of the
South who have been at Black Point
attending the ride matches halre In-
formed General. Voster that they would
like to camp here, It It Is poesIbIt.
Key West.-The United States tor-
pedo boat Mackenzie will leave on No-
vember 9, having on board the first
deck division, and will cruise along
the east coast, going an far as Jack.
sonville. The ship has been placed In
a first class condition, and preparations
are being made for fuel. water and sub-
sistence en route.' The cruise w)II no
doubt be of greg benefit to the organ-
Ization, and, it is hoped will promote
more Interest among Its membeM as
well as obtain enlistment.
Assisted by liecretary S. T. Kidder
of the chamber of commarm Miss Lu.
cia Hudson, equ t rvisor of girls'
-canning clubs 3 St.' obis, Is already
beginning plans for the, extending of
the plans and the scope of the club's
work for next year. At present Miss
Hudson will devote some Una to on-
couraging the planting of Bowers about
homes, thus aftenoing *the home de-
velopment pbs" ofjho milig club
work. Her efforts are certal.016-Mult
In adding greatly to the 4ttr"Wousse
of the city. 4 .
Florida is the most southerly state
In the chain, mW Wasotbatif the far-
liest fruits and vegetables in as ater-
ket are gFows In ft. One of-the'stmOg-
eat inducements -ftr the adtW, to lo-
cate in this state Is the diversity.,of
its productions-,' it li4 Wider *14arly
fruits and 3roastaws 1,
market cri
many tiults im iro '4 1
ta topograp6t *1 4 1101004"
very mao 1ORY401 6111M',qM L
but are. safflet"r. It V6461TO
but little -driolwnge, &=pd is& :12
the lowest 0, -A "
be classed as -bAftA*% *6
and let 0,

3sain
the pine
'Our othet
of leads a" are
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A committee consisting of Bonjamin
,Strong, Jr., A. H. Wiggla, JaWas
VoWn 'of New York, and Goveraor
Hamlin and Paul M. Warbwg of the
semys board, will hold further con-
ferences with Sir George Partsh and
Mr. Blackett about details of the re-
adJustment plan.
According to some of those at the
conference, the optimism of all pros.
out was surprising. Sir George, it
was said, did not Indicate that he had
come to demand payment of American
debts; he had no concrete plan to lay
before the Americans, but listened to
what they had to say. The American
bankers, on the other hand, made it
clear that there was every reason to
believe America could and would meet
all obligations In gold. A mouth ago
they said they were worried about
America's European debts. but as the
weeks passed Individuals appeared to
take care of millions in debt across
the water that It had been feared
would have to be met through some
pooling arrangement. Other millions,
the bankers believe, will be accessi-
ble soon.
Cotton To Pay U. L Debts
Although there was no expression
as to how much gold actually must
be paid to England, It was the opinion
of many of those present that but
HtUe more than already has been
arranged for will be necessary.
A prominent patt in all the calcu-
lations, all agreed, must be played
by cotton, and for this reason the
desirability of fluding a bottom for
the market and making orrangementj
for.roopening cotton exchanges were
discussed at length. Sir George
voiced again the opinion that English
manufacturers would buy cotton
when they know bottom had been
reached. and that competitors could
not underbuy them. Just how much
,England's buyers would take was not,
forecast, but the steadying effect
buying there will hay* on foreign
exchange was generally admitteL

mtsoovl w9men Boost Cofte
St. Joseph, Mo.-Thres hundQ
wAmbers of the Fedwatift of Wom-
on's Clubs took the Places of coaduo.
tors on St. Joseph!o street car 114".
The occasion was "Trallor Mr." and
.,60 4=WW had agreed to.6ft in
kill"" 6040ded, fit 4zes"14"be 9#4016-
= "11ildiw il
to bi U4 sw cm*r. The Wifto-,
qn WiWroqdo" by IsWoft st tio
t""" to ODUOU &O"es, 40
Ww"90 0, As"ammit
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gad Butter Furnivited soldiers

New, Yorfh*mAn InWor brand at
bud04losdWb6d as o6ft to etg`but
bnr%9'th4 -guarani" of the 'Xiew
York'104ftattle exchal"40 that it was
me quality, was ved last June
toVU' Oru$ or the'un of the Unit
ed states troilm, opwass to tosti.
IROJAY 04424" I)t the 114419ft Instituted
by State's Attorney General Parsons
to determine It a butter, egg and
chine monopoly exists in pis city.

family Of 21i'ChIldran
W"bington.-President Wilson cou.
gratulated J. E. Duckworth. a North
Carolina mountaineer, on his record as
the father of twenty-fire children and
for having voted the Democratic ticket
for sixty-five years. Mr. Duckworth,
who had never seen a president before,
was introduced to Mr. Wilson by Ren.
stor Overman.

Macon Endorsee Wade Plan
-Macon, Ga.-The beaks forming the
Macon Clearing House"apsoclattonj at
their meeting Indorsed the plan for
the organization of the county c"p-
erative. assoodations- which will be
formed In Bibb and other counties.
Each bank In the city agreed to be-
come a member of the association.

Lorimer May lfi.Arros4d
Chicago.-CaplaseW won being pre-
pared for the arrest of forMw United
States Boost" MOM Lorimer,
Charles B. Munday ad twelve Qther
officials of the IASalls Street biA and
allied 'I*stttqtIo4*,,p4Wt '"" in.
dictments were returned charida
them with looting,'Ov%ft:

More U. 6. Troope F6r China
Washington.-Thelrobabillity of in.
creasing Amorkas forns" to China
along the railway tmm Pekin to the
an, because at the *ddWftqM, of the
troops. of nations noged to the ftm
pean osaffict, to being obselftral by
the war deporhaent.

Villa's Troop Morels OP Larsdo
lAre-ft TOOL--oas -thousand "w
troops Wdyed LIS MAO" WOW ft=
Monterey. Uts" th* garrison to'
Am. Sonars
that Who, W'siat Viordes to reduce
the plaft the India" of the
Us" 11110% Pass.
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7


Mayo. Twenty-eight Lafayette
co&aty boys, members of the Boys'
Coru Uub, were contestants here at
the big agricultural ially for the prizes
offered for the best young corn grow-
orii In the county. Each boy wati pro.
.videdwitti a badge showing him to be
a. member of the Corn club, and their
exhibits. of qorn grown by them were
ou diptly at the- court house.
DeWitt Land was the winner of the
first prize of $15 essif, and a suit of
clotlies. On oue*acre of ew-n DeWitt
grew sixty-tour and threre-fourths bush-
els of corn, at a eost of $20.15. The
value of his corn was $46.28, leaving
him a clear profit of $26.13.
The winner of the second prize of
$10 cash and a hat was Clayton San-
ders, a diminutive young farmer, who
grew almost fifty-two bushels of corn
(on one acre, at a cost of $17.95, and
hin yield was valued at $39.76, leaving
Man a not profit of $20.76.

PffN*AeOLA BANK REOPENS

American National Has Been Reorgan.
lasid-Now Cashier And Board
Of Directors

Pods"OOL-The American National
baak4*v&kh',ck*" its doors eqrly In
8"bpr .0"'.rie"ned Its doorg for
bwdsloo. ilk ownittee a ottiftas had
- mim Uke qok"at Oran do"altors to
tke San 'U"s oft* owilloafts at
409WIt :a% tbi stockb9l4mttave traw
tically roorganixed the bank. placing
Jobs 0. Pace at the bod, with Moretti
gw- ab ehdOmins of the board of di.
Y*010* ; "m direetersta wIR be eom-.
at now-mon. A ftabler
h4 A=t sorktatk Ut will'be
0 llob& 81hat time. his Uderstood
ono"Off of me comw iiists 069,
04492 of reormbedoe,


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BREEDING FOR. THE FUTURE

Industrial Type of Horses WIN Ile In
Demand at the ConoluMon
of the War.

The Amerlean farmor who gooks to
take advantage of the horso -tMIUO
now being made by Krapp &M Crow
got guns should dismiss On 060,011
of supplying the armise now.110 the
field. In sM probability tAe war WM
be over bWas his firet foals, We
weaned. What be should d9 in brood
Industrial types of horses to fill the
Saps made by the present war, with
perhaps a s=H one Uwo. 0_00
type of horses *dully pteforred-AW
military use. 4
Wars may not onse. vith the, so
of the proem mastarplace 4d dev*w.
but there is MW ressm-Ap. 0*00"
that martial g1w will be-jot .*.-A*
count An XxrM for me*, -low*, 4D
come. -Lot an 1*. yssdyi*Mooftlk #*
&apply the nooft of
to satisity the. d
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Do
on looks ri
the followbil;
my and Timmy Atk!04.-
SqM Tommy- "We!
tars nearer Paris anf.
them."
"Shure." repilid Tiniwo,
lick tblm bore an'. save top
the devil of a long
Transicript.

Ono of the 'Worlds
walls has been built to pt"
River Rangoon,. Burma, fro a
its Channel.

Queen Memore of Balsoft
served In two waft.




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rer The tbs in|er trade Wet
a goatal, Battle.*y
.;..S u -tA.If Anoeia, aone on the
^. ".:ms4-.qs, aea n the west, to
k se < arf itbe togFn expbrteras, no.
dlreetor wqh s ommere and Indus-
bi. (t7 k 4 uad 4Iaele3 Mipen-
S'- tFy Co( te Jaqosalle Baord-of
,.de, wh o hwsree lw. &city lor
val n days llavtigatlp g the fI*ll.
: w"eest fthoe i as the exeon


.I.th me- e aeaou mavufacturera
b. 4i- to work up
ko... -ob .by fumishiag
4'e .: i tam IM 't the crOdli
I e tt will are sa in the Im.
8ortAae* ant -oathsatt hict.
llA to eAls proaptve customdr.oTney
Uave to ie ptn han cd often




th abowile a the value of goods m-
oIteoI Atearims a nd wflhavouth
Aetou1*eBt-a$ in aber% ligesat,

Ai b neceenatry a 1alfS tom the
hl 8te .e nted Kintbdom,
Seb-~ AMetlean mefohant, c'which
lUPRMkei 0ha RT ItodN tsnsI valONile.
It. hafd Aon s a css ed figond
ures showing the value of goods im-
P lat, Into various Central and South



-, ^ -
JPRB OU T IN ,$* 6*0
Ralkredd- Ceimmleslorere Conduct
HeaMogs at 0eata% Tern Cola
sane Prultvllte.
-.. l-ahaum.ee. Judgesehacklefterd
"a Roo -r -a. rU- ite from te.r
Ala er vaes T ns us Ue aU preame
*]. '; vees. M -U udg.
e g e bas "et ydt turned. b-lhg
.. .- Jeed vth hib wife who t critical

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L^^<- ttu Mei-hta-jf'ixtaef sI


^ iiPRT WANTED
WIld Greaty Aid
^,.aPzrein 0Ievl9ag0 Cropas
move to secure legisla
SwUl partt every county
e,.to employ a agricul-
. s~ sert for th, purpoee of mak.
soil arveya nsa analysis, and de-
the agruetttural resource* of
'1W' via. w started at the meet-
S t the governors of the Tamps
'rof Trade. George N. Benja.
. ii'~-Mht t' nluastter before the
"vW isad successfully champidb-

r Sto lkle 'Wha. 1r.
. 'sjlU .~lh ;,.by the remarkable
/, a' isa tig farmer had hid
'-q s alU tract of land near Tampa.
-rDBeM5Jat a 4bestioned him add
.eed," that by analrsi of the sao

^oowb aa th acrop t4 the

"f/ t tA yeMd-^ (6dt o laid

6 .. d UP tites over
.( listi,of .,*Art knowledge
(tmelfM' problenls. And la2e"
S is paably a great a variance
lt ati46"040 s isuW e
jAi sfarvey irdt' be of artic*
AMr. Bealaml's views woe
R, t .Ban ,aoth* ,*


N eeaate. eLst,

W a by rtaeiBiaghr
0 0ghttrh wd sd a


WAS AHEAD OF PICKPOCIUT
Wife Hid -en to It That H qer- o-
b band Could Lees Little by
Thioeves' Work.


Thinlisoagedtoealerthe

on M ^r rimooie theaalacnS
lkeQimagle. Don't dey.
Try itatAon.


SLOANS

IDUMENT
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D W ts.
Dr. EZAS.S&UlMs.



One day there was f lab for dinner,
a0d title Margie sad: "Mama.; do
you know what a sbad reminds me

"WenL" Sideo. "It emlnds as


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Carse of Wisdem.
Orafword-What do you do when a
woman akr your advstice?
Crabshanw-ld O*t firt what she
ba made up her mind to do.*-Judie.

DANDRUFF AND FAWLLIN HAIR
P. O. 1Box Waneso. W. Va-"I was
troubled with dhadrug, falling hair
and itching salp fr two or tWie
years. It was so bad at times my
eOateollar would be covered so I was
aakamed to g Ik eaM y. It Itched
ao my head was irritated an4 pimples
would Cone on my calp. My hair
came out badly; It became thin and
dry, so dry that it seemed a. though
there was no lifin It.
R edles failed to do meo any good.
About a year ago I saw the adTertislo
met of Ciutica Sboa-r ad Oittment
and eat for a ample.- After the fntr
treatment I dioovergd I wpa getting
better. purbchasied eme Outlae
oap and Ointaetbt and Motinued
Ding them until I was completly
Oued." (ied) G0. W. Kog, Jan.
I .. -. ..
Culear, r u and Q:.ttMIt sold
throMhout the world. .P of ah
Nah thra Add e
Gard -M04 .0, .t.j.i> .. L--Ad.

a. Kgims Ji1tor-No, we maot ao-
-. *hga"*iat theMboorbeU0anwho
bad alun, t a gme rewtagm ,.
ostan eating Tratpt. L

Wae.Sp ^


Brown had been saying that
pickpocket qeares was nothing m
than a lot of panicky exaggerate
and that a ma% It onty he was se
ble and moderately careful, had re
very little to tear from the light
gOred fraternity while wall
through the streets. .
"I'm not so sure," said Jones. "'
only yesterday one of those begs
tried to pick my pocket, but hap
my wife prevented him."
"Oh," said Brown, becoming in
eeted, "that was jolly smart ofI
What did she do--rab him, or m
ly scream?"
"Neither," replied Jone". "Ai
matter of fact, she wasn't with
at the time."
"Wasn't with you? What do
mean?"
"My dear chap," signed Jones, "
wait till you gt married; then
may learn what an advantage It it
have a wife who goes through i
pockets overnight."
Canvey island.
Canvey island, which Is now I
la to usurp some of the trade
the Tfiamesa y providing deep
wharves for the unloading of
world's riches, began its career I
somewhat peculiar fashion, says
London Chronicle. It provided
Jumping-off place for Danish pin
who hoarded up the stolen' wealth
Basex until the wind was favors
for a voyage home. Canvey, should
become a great entrepot, will probi
lose one of Its distinctions, that
having only one church within
borders. Another distinction Is
posieeslon of a house that has no I
ness anywhere else In England. I
Sa six-elided Dutch cottage of 1
built at the time when Impol
Dutchmen were constructing the d
which to this day protect the Isl
from slipping into the sea.
Colon of Helgoland.
Should any Helolaaders find t
way to this country during the
they will be-surprised to find a (
bination of their national colors-
groeen anad white-adorning the I
army of the National Union of Woz
rag M socletles. It Is true that
ajl4othe 6LMO meahr of thil


4 eOadee. ta *yde Park 4ayt
fterepas is we aware. The Hadl-
golades. drlve .,their ribbon irom
the natural coloring of their island
hwo-t4he green of the land thet.ed
of te rook and the whitt Of .the'
ttranL.-London Chroalele.
The Target.
"War," said Mayor Mitchell of New
York, "la all right at a distance, but
when it comes home to u we per-
ceive that it Is a savage, horrible, vile
thing,
"I was talking the other day to a
French reservist whose age had just
released him from further work. He
had been agood fighter, and Isald:
'You'll be missed, you'll certainly
be missed in this war.'
"He shrugged his shoulders.
'Well,' said he, 'when you've got
a wife and five children t bWa ng up,
it's better to be missed than hit.'"'


Art Treasures and War.
The firAt business of the next
Hague conference-If we shaume that
this bidy will ever meet again-
should be to discover some means of
protecting works of art from the rav-
ages of war.
The recuperative power of human
beings makes it comparatively easy in
the course of time to replace every-
thing else that war has destroyed.
The raw material for new armise Is
being constantly born. NOw crops
succeed the old. But when a master.
niece d.l it is dead.- .
Netleas Neo.
"Any Iews this ml0lat?"
"Nothing Importat. Only about
thirty o- forty thouead killed ye'
taray."-LMte.
Emeamlug sweet dream u e Ma
atoilto a girl as a ap -to a pent of
buyers.
,g4d b aet ar'so ,ouMitated that
they would 0 doS artn* hr m oey,
.egept work for it.. ,
S" abused eertunes t a manC
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CALOEL WHEN BILIOUST NO! STORE


ACTS LIKE DYNAMITE ON LIVER

I Guarantee "Dodsons' Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Uve*
and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had-Doesn't Make You Siokl


Stop using calomel! It makes you
sick. Do't lose a day's work. If yoq
feel lasy, stggish, bllious or constlu
pated, listen to mel
Calomel is merely or quicksilver
which causqs neorois of the bones
Calomel, when l oamse into contact
with sour bile crashed Into It, breaking
it up. This I Whe youen feel that aw-
ful nausea sad oranlmpg. If you feel
"all knocked out," if your liver is tor-
pid and bowels constipated or you
have headache, disslness, 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
drug store or dealer and get a 60-cent
bottle of Dodona's Liver Tone. Take a


Bven the study of physiognomy
won't always help us in shsing up a
man who can be crooked with a per.
"l- feetly straight taeo.
of
sea ,u nr =AB- WO- ITrr WaOT
the IN GOLD IN THI t RJFPIN a
I eontrmted alria l In U abter
athft Whlagton dhysiclan, your "Illr Ibok
the ;Ws "rititaes treatment a inent
enti rely ed me. Os alrving here came
I a down with tropical m arle-the worst form
tes, -an-d seat home fore ek. AaIn It
ptved its vatue--It io worth it weliht in
h of old here. Brdae O'*0aga, Troop I 8th
ii U.s cav aeV pai l yInes.
able Mlxlarte Wkt. i0 eat$, a drugglate or by
Id it Pare* Iso preo a fro9 1 leoewsNkl A Co.,
ably Washington. U
t of A course in ah agricultural school
its isn't absolutely necessary In sowing
the a crop of wild eats. .
like.


spoonful and If it doesn't straighten
you right up and make you feel fAe
and vigorous I want you to go back to
the store and get your money. Dod-
son's Liver Tone is destroying the'
sale of calomel because it Is real liver
medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore
it cannot salivate or make you sick. '
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put young
sfuggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and constl.
patedd waste which is clogging y0oua
system and making you feel miserable
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodsen's
Liver Tone will keep your entire fan'
Ily feeling fine for months. Give it to
your children. It is harmless; doesn't
gripe and they like Its pleasant tasth


He. Vote.


Her Vote.
"Is this where you vote?" sal a1
Ohio votress to the election oficef.
"Yes, ma'am."
"Then please cut off samples of all
the tickets and Ill take them home
and see which I like best."
Money for Christmas.
Selling guaranteed wear-proof ho1
ery to friends & neighbors. Big Xmas
business. Wear-Proof Mills, 3300
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.-Adv.
When a young man begins to at.
tend church regularly It's an easy
matter to discover the female in the
case.


'a


elf-Loading Shotgun
'. '1 OAUQ8, 5 SHOTS

^ o1 reo load this gmn. You si'mly.pul tlke
Thi mew IneoaIesat m igald
1 altmlrtpodi oC
AhoNsa: -Me tiagents besids d-L


Var~wri


Cut out Waste; Reu4 Beauty.
Wheoa ~ piinPell -I tn Paega
man he stopped to admire the look at
VPdro Minuel. "HRw is N."'ho asked
the eager, "hat yes eaSke yoar
arches and bettresse as 0 as those
of a cathedral?" "Oh, that's done to
save concrete," was the reply.
Hconomy-as the basis of beauty is
not so strange as It may seem: It
was through elimination of the super-
flous that the loveliness as well as
strength of that Panama structure
grew, and the same priclple may
be found at the root of every suces-
tul work whether of art or Industry.
-The Craftsman.
Bore people's Idea of a bargain Is
a 6-ent article marked down to 49
-that may be worth 40.,


Unwelofe. a
"Oere." sNId the wHe to be
eWIly ua pprefiattve hiboad. r
do ou Ulie my new hatT?
"Well ,,my dear," said GoMge, wIb
great eado, '"to tel you as
"otp there, Geow w e d ; 1o Y
going to talk that way about Iti don't
want to know.Y'-Stray 8torte.




Those Kind Friends.
Evelyn-What did everybody eai
when they herd of my *engage9iqix
Dorothy-They said your father's
failure couldn't have been he had a
reported. '


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CRYSTAL RIVER NEWS "W" STANDS FOR WAR SERVIAN RED CROSS NURSE g
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. "W" is for War-the Wreathes
P I E the victors win-bright weapons
R. L. PARK, Editor gleaming in long waving lines ays Mr Sylvania Woods, of Clif.on Mils
and weighted down with death-- writing of her experience with CarduL t Waft .
Entered at thePostofflce. crystal .River and Wealth and wide dominions tonic. She says further: "BefereI begAl to
rlorlda, as second cls mail matter, March wrested from the weak- Cardul, my back and head would hur so
Iss,, thought the pain would kill me. I was
S"W" is for war-the want d to of my housewor. After taking
SUBSCRIPTION $1.00PER YEAR. woe and waste, the widespread of Cardul I began to feel like a new woman.i
ADVERsuferi Ig and wanton devastation R gained 35 pounds, and now, I do alU jy houW
ransient advertisements per that follow in the wake of march- as well as run a big water milL .
inch each insertion; by the month, 10 cents ing men-the wilderness of lust I wish every suferlfg wa ould w iU
per inch each insertion. Special rates will
oe given advertisers wishing to contract for unSh --the teeming fields
er tisingsce by n toreheroar.n L unsheathed-he teeming fields
tices 5 cents per line each insertion. made wilderness-the wan and
S' wistful eyes of thile starving babes
Communications on live topics, especially ,
of local Interest, are solcited. It Is under- "W" is for war-the weary,
stood, however, that the publisher of the .
Nzws will not be responsible for opinlans wrotcherd women who work and W -
ezpressed by correspondent, wait and watch, without hope, The W o T

NINETEEN FOURTEEN and weeping-wives crucified a trial. I still use Cardul when I feel a I ie WA
TAXES upon the wings of death and and it always does me good."
TAwrapped about in the weeds of Headache, backache, side ache, a"
1wtane At rae a t n the weeds of *^' ^ tired, wor-outfeelings, etc.,|are sur sig
From the Ocala Banner-After widowlhood-weeds watered by lytrouble. Swgns that you need Cardliet the w of
all the fuss and cain that has the blood of those they loved- tonic. You cannot make a mistake in Catdr i
'1 been raised, I am proud to y W is fr war-the wounded, for your troub t has been helpi
that the people of Marion county writhing, weak i agoy-the women for more than fifty years.
will pay no more taxes than they hile the wheeling vultures Get Bottle To
paid last year. All assessments overhead watch in grim and Servian women from all walks of
have been raised 25 per cent, life have joined the Red Cross
narrowing circles waiting untll X
but the millage has been reduc- the white soul of him who died
ed in the same proportion Ev- in willing obedience to world Work and Prayer.
ery tax assessor in the state w wisdom that went wrong shall Work with all your might; but trust
up against it harder than le ev- face his maker and ask "Why?"- not in the least In your work. Pray
er was before, for he had double with all your might for the blessingI _-- ._ .___
w work to do besides the extra "W" is for war-and for the of God; but work, at the same time. ...
work to do besides the extra worship that must be given even with all diligence, with all patience,
SThworry and anxiety. with all perseverance. Pray, then, A ry
The Co. Commissioners stood in te ist woe-een wie and work. Work and pray. And still
by me to a man, and Marion those who worship wonders at again pray and work, and this all the ThinW
county never had a board that the ways of God, who permits days of your life.-oeorge Muller. amd wo1
worked harder to reducce taxas upon the earth such witness of
and at the same time provide for His wrath, the which is worse for The Prevention of Tuberculosis
schools, roads and other ex-
penseo. They fully realized the' ---- The National Association for
condition that the long drouth, TAKES 07F DANDRUFF, hlie Study and Preventiun of Tu-
and money matters in general, HA _I STOPS FALL]ING berculosis has just organized the ,
have put the farmers. Save your Hairl Get a 25 cent bottle Red Cross Seal Comnmission of
In round numbers the state of Danderlne right now-Also Florida, the object of which is
will get $5,000 and the county stops Itching scalp. to fight the Whited Plague in the
$14,000 less than they g ,t h s 'Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy ate and is centering its atten-
year, but the schools will gel hair is mute evidence of a neglected ion upon the coming sale of Red
much more. selp; of dandruff-that awful gurf. Cross Seals during December.
re. There is nothing so destructive to
uAe men. in railre a e r as dandruff. It robs the hair The seal issued by the Wo-
-IomK wpww- -were WIN |al- an Is entualy iL; Nl ASM16-c- -1" I V*f
the, should have been. *ses sad Itching of the sealp, which tied all forces centered on the m
sI till believe that the state. i not remeied causes the hair roots sale of the American Red Cross
to shrink, loosen and die-then the ... i..si
tax commission is an absolute hair falls out fast. A little Danderlne Christmas Soal in every state in
necessity, but that it will never tonlsht-now-any time--will surely blie Union.
succeed in equalieAng assessment' Gt a 25 cet bottle of Knowlton's Last year over $400,000 worth
in all the counties under the Danderine from any drug store. You )f these seals were sold in the
iisurely can have beautiful hair and lots United States for tie Anti-tuber.
plan it is now working, but I am of it if you will just try a little Dan-
sure it can be done under a dif- derine. Save your hairl Try It. culosis campaign. Ninety per
ferent system, which will finally cent of the proceeds of the sale
b' ee adopted. THANKS in Florida will bO kept in the
Alfred Ayer. I wish to express my thakks to state to be used in the the fight I ~
Why could not Citrus county the many friends who were eo against tuberculosis, ten per cent "
have done the same? good and kind to me during my being returned to National Head-
recent illness. Rest assured quarters to pay for printing, dis-
HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE that your many acts of kindness tribution and advertising.
CURED will never'be forgotten, and that Mr. F. 0. Groover, Chairman
Many recoveries from Lung Troti- my upprecition is deeper than I of the organization in speaking
bles are due to Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar- can express, of plans for the sale gaid, "We
Honey. It strengthens the Lungs, W. B. Holder, expect to have the seals on sale
checks the Cough and gives relief atI in every cty, village and hamlet
: once.--Mr. W. 8. Wilkins, Gates, N. in every city, village and hamlet ,
C. writes:"I used Dr. Bell's Pine- Hyacinth Machine to be Used in the state by December. Ev-
STar-Honey in a case given up as t i ery community, no matter how A N.OMU ISt. f F1n. W 1ite
;'i.- hopeless and It effected a complete On the RiVer small, will be given atn opportuFn. DrunS eOy Wet r.
S'. cure." Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's F.iOM m w e by W' bea DUUo"
Pine-Tar-Honey. If your cough 1a Florida gets an additional nity to join in this campaign for
dry and hacking let it trickle down $5000 to the $200,000, allotted in better health by using quantities
Al: ^ .; the throat, you will surely get re- the rivers and harbors bill for of the seals". PRETrTY, young wife Wate f-
^H ^ lief. Onlyv 25c"t at yonr Druggst. tile r"';cation of hyacinths in
10-CENT COTTON WANTED Flon ters, and Major W. B. and a luxurious vAg; hf
aWe are authorized to say that e, tegineering corpsT cannot a rd to give thema '
until January 1. 1915, cotton at propel eradicatingg boats and mRa. 1 1 Iestly. He finally satisfles her du u1i
S1) cents a pound will be accept- chie~y ,,avH been secured. -of his honor and in the end he t
1 ed by Draughon's College in ex. Built along the line of two --------.----_ ...... r p w.|!
change for tuition at college or scows separated by a slight dis- FOR SALE-Sorrel horse, 8 years YOU'Ve Seen this situations your0elf
for a Home Study Course. Jno. tance and between them a ma- old. Will work anywhere. Bargain robab -'
SF. Draughon, founder of thl! chine for cutting and elevating for cash. Apply at News ofce. prOaby. ..
Draughon Colleges and a "boost- the hyacinths. The machine WANTED--You to buy your gar. A big, gripping, realistic stoly t -
Ser" ofthe ,uy-a.bale movement, clears the streams where it works den eed for faUll planting from Ed- he e me rii' .s -
^^,K has already shown his faith by in a rapid manner and by deuos. wardsstore. -h .... l


his works: he has paid cash for citing them in great crushed FOR A --the tent to which the lust for
one bale. All who have cotton masses the hyacinths soon rot squares also posts lae or small rich-quick idea--spread its
S to sell under the above proposi- completely and cease' to propa. quantities. Geo. W. Hyde, Crys- ihl rac t
tion, write Dranhou's Practical gate. t l River, Fla. Whole Structure Of .Cha Ct. 4,
Business oNllege, Jackonville, From the Withiacoochee Riv. FARM FOR SALE.-20 acre farm
5'"^^^* Fl er comfy the report that the three miles from Ocala, In Marion '
One Dstnt report that the hysoinths have county. Gokd 6 room house. NHigh O ..
SWhat was King Bolomon renowned closed the stream. To this wa- omee.
for above pll else!" asked the elderly taor course. Maj. Lade has sentP s 1 "..
visitor, who was making a little talk |
vter, who was ald n a ttle a l men for examination and on re. WANTED-You to know that you Y mf. u. -I W.ew s
t6 the children of the Sunday school ean et the "VERY BEST BREAD"
"He was related by marriage to more ceipt of report, if it is as stated madf-in Crystal River.
people than any other man that ever the hyacinth machine will be "
Uved," promptly spoke up the fair- TAL-"T Vry
haired little girl In the front row of sent there to work-radTimes U. Weaver's Bakery. Fruit
., ion. Cakes a Specialty. -kw -

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The .ed:r mill started up
Monday.
Karl Vanui spent 'Tuesday in
Dunnellon
B. H., ing o Dunnellon, is
bacx at the laland.
Mr. T. H. Purdom of Ocala,
was intown Saturday.
MM. 0. Prest visiting, her
mother S Port Whife.
MHia fannie Guyun of Hernan,
do, is visiting relatives here.
A oold wave struck us -Tues.
day night and had everyone
shivering, but we don't mind.
Mr. MoReynolds, of the Mo-
Reynolds Fish 0o., having puar
chased the "Alhambra" a well
known boat here, has taken her
to HoMo"e$.
Mr, and Mrs. Earl Head, after
a pleasant visit to Mrs. W. 8.
Wells left for Osello Tuesday.
Mr.G. It. Priest, a prominent
farmer of Red Level, was shopp-
ing in town last Saturday.
M. Paso Priest passed thru
here Tuesday, en route to Her-,
nando.
Mr,' rd of the United Grocery
-Ompa uwru Interviewing the
OW, NOiy of li week.
L. EutohiMon of Gainoes-


b.e the next po.-.
-dJti-tu iblildahomoes to
a a st o. wiitel visit.
4 ii nI l sre hold have
tusft'ew houses in the

D'a forget that we want to
hIvtbth farmers day In Nov.
em! r. We wish every farmer
lit*i coaaty to see us about
this, within the next week.
RKitI.eadvesoemoent of the
Dartei, aurant In another col.
ui4 r. Dav_ r is making a
big eiort to give Orlatal River
a g'aId cla up-to-date iestau-
nAt& adb he Iis amsceeding ad-
mnrl hy, tad deservers your
e.art suort.
Braiybody is invited to come
oat to the dertional p ercises of
th ipwot t Lei gue next SUB.
iay at three.thirty.
j"ows 0. W. Hyde is enjoying
tb ~ijf breee at the Island for
*4 owo.
S .... to i plwling for that
3B d Trade. We will get it

0" i tell linthe
y osItal Aiver s
butesoon it will be


Mrs. 0, H. Cochran of Zolfo
Springs, died at her home last
t Wednesday, Oct. 28th, and was
buried here Friday, Rev. Mr.
Priso officiating.
0. F. Beall, J. T. Rawie and
S. W. Neville of Dunuellon,
were in town last Friday.
Editor.Butler of the Inverness
Ohroniclqe was in Crystal River
last Saturday, and made a very
pleasant call at the News office.
Mr. Charlie Willis has just
completed an awning in front of
the Drug Store, which makes
quite an improvement.
The Eiworth League will have
a social at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Hodges, on next
Friday evening.

APPLY LOAN'S FREELY FOR
LUMBAGO
Your attacks of Lumbago are not
nearly so hopeless as they seem.
You can relieve them aituost instant.
ly by a simple application of Sloan's
Liniment on the back and loins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields perfectly to Sloan's
which penetrates quickly all in
through the sore, tender muscles
limbers up the baek and makes it
feet fine. Get W bottle of Sloan's
Liniment for 5 oeats of any druggist
.and lwe It in the house-a-u*-nost
oolds, sore and swollen joints, r-eu:
matism, neUValgi*, sejauca ao like
auments. Your money back f not
satsdled be it deeo "Ive almat In-
stant reUef. .

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i- si t aeeoang to
arragemetat 7 '.6 0 o'clock at
the Methodist church and from
there they proceeded in a body to
the home of Rev. 0. 8. Edington,
ptor of the Methodist church
here. All were laden with bun-
dles packages and boxes, and
surprised the minister and his
good wife with a donation party.
When the crowd collected as
quietly as possible, they rapped
loudly on the front door and
when it was opened by the as ton-
ished pastor, they filed In to a
large table standing in a corner
and covered it with all sorts of
good things and a large box of
fruit occupied a prominent place
on the floor. They then proceed.
ed to enjoy an hour or two to-
gather.
Miss Agnes Wright favored.
the crowd with two charming
readings, Dr. J. Allen in his in.
imitable way rendered a few
short, but very entertaining se.
elections, and Mr. Frank Wilson
entertained the company with a
song entitled "Fifty Oents,"
he also gave an interesting read-
ing as did Mr. Edington. Mr.
Wright convulsed the crowd
with a short humorous seleogion.
After singing "Blest Be The
Tie That Binds, and a short pray-
er by Dr. Allen, they all bade.


*pood4 ightto hqdt and bostes,
sad pased out, lingering out-
side the door to sing "God Be
With You till We Meet Agai."

MUEN YOUR STOMACH AND
LIVEBB HEALTHY
A -f- stomahb. perftk

Dipd it a coaet C "r.B
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Mr. J. W. Smith was shopping
in town Tuesday.
WANTED-Capitalists to look
into the marvelous advantages
of Orystal River. Now is the
chance to make your pile. In-
vestigate.
Boost for Crystal River "Tie
Suni-Kissed Oity".
CIASt BOARDS I BALl-Sqiares
aid posts, small or large quatitles.
Write us year was. George W. lyde,
Crystal Rlver, l F
YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS
ATTENTION
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 oheeos
your Cold and Soothes your Cough
away. Pleasant, Antleptie and
Healing. Children like It. Get a
50o. bottle of Dr. King~ New Dis-
covery and keep it in the house.
"Our family Cough and Cold Doe-
tor" writes Lewis Chamberlain,
Manchester, (hio Money back if
not satisfied, but it nearly always
helps*.


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This man caused tid last
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His personal memoirs, written
by his secretary, Baron De
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absorbing incidents, especially in
view of the present great Euro-,
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Juat hundred ears ago, his ambl-
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blood. Franm Ilou, under his lod-
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UGHI CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK.

DON'T STAY BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED


"Dii a U's U T WMI iNs Your
SlialhLiW M WTku MiWN
& W 4 o ThihSOL,
Calomel makes you sek; you lose
day's work. Calomel is quicksilver and
it salivates; calomel Injures your liver.
If you are billous; feel sy, sluggish
and all knocked out, i yor bowels are
constipated and your hed aches or
stomach is sour, t take a poonl of
harmlem Dodson's Lwve T instead
of using sickening, salvattng ealomel.
Dodson's Liver Tone I real iver medi-
cine. You'll know it nest.omrning be.
eause you will Vake up feeling fine,
your liver will be working, your head.
ahe and dissiases Soe, your stomach
will be sweet and bowels regular. You
will feel like worklag. You'll be cheer*
fal full of emaer, vigor aad ambition.


This Is Slumber Land.
Here Is a story about the soothing
quality of Flatbush air, says the
Brooklyn Eagle. Newcomers to Flat.
bush notice first of all that they don't
seem able to get sleep enough. At
first they have an Idea that perhaps
It's the malaria, but it is only the
heavy ses air which induces slumber
A new resident nla latbush asked
some friends of his In the district If
the experience Vas a common one.
"Ob. yes," was the reply, "that Is
the case with everybody who moves
here. A certain woman who lives not
far from Eighteenth avenue started to
make three beds one morning at nine
o'clock At seven o'clock that night
she bad not yet made the third.L Thbe
beds looked so Inviting and I was so
tired.' she explained, that whenever
I came to one I lay down and slept on
I.6"


City


Your druggist or dealer sells you a
50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
under my personal guarantee that it
will clean your sluggish liver better than
nasty calomel; it won't make you sick
and you can eat anything you want
without being salivated. Your druggist
guarantees that each spoonful will start
your liver, clean your bowels and
straighten you up by morning or you
get your money back. Children gladly
take Dodson's Liver Tone because it is
pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or
cramp or make them sick.
I am selling millions of bottles of
Dodson's Liver Tone to people who have
found that this pleasant, vegetable, liver
medicine takes the place of dangerous
calomel. Buy one bottle on my sound,
reliable guarantee Ask your druggist
about me.


Yellow Journalism.
Grandpa often read aloud fvom the
newspaper for mamma as she went
about hAb work. One morning ive-
year-old Maxine brought a paper and
sat down at his feet. Grandpa noticed
that she, too, was pretending to read
aloud "A little girl ate a chicken
alive and feathers growed out all over
her back." was the startling bit of
news be heard.-From ,the House,
keeper.

Vainglorious Hen Ostrich.
W. P. Williams, a resident of Wild-
wood, complained to Chief of Police
Likins that his family has been re-
duced to a state of nervous collapse
by the Incessant cackling of a hen
ostrich which laid an egg the day be-
fore and had been making a noisy and
vainglorious exhibitr- of herself ever
since.-Los Ange'


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past.

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purest and best drugs obtainable-
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THE INVASION OF ENGLAND

Is Believed To Be The Plan Of Ger.
man Kaiser-Control Of French
Coast Necessary
For the first time since the European
war began the warships of Great Bri-
aln and France are playing an import.
ant part In the great struggle. Here-
tofore their principal duty has been
to patrol the seas, protecting their
merchantmen and guarding their
home coasts. When the great conflict
in France was shifted from the fron-


S. tier to the west coast the cruisers and
Monitors of the Allies' fleets were
Brought Into action and assisted very
largely in holding the Germans in
check.
With the control of the entire coun-
try of Belgium all the way to the coast
I' all that the Germans need now to be-
gin their campaign against England is
the command of the French coast. In
this the allies are stubbornly resisting
the Germans. In recent reports from
London it Is said the British navy
played an important part and co-oper-
ated with the land forces in repulsing
the German armies. It was during
this fighting that the entire Belgian
army, which has been lost sight of for
nearly a week, was found In France
fighting side by side with the allies.
There Is a belief in the minds of
military experts that an attempt on
the part of the Germans to attack
England would mean a speedy culmi.
nation of hostilities. Though no defi-
nite information has been given out
It is generally believed that England
Is thoroughly prepared for an aerial
attack by German Zeppelins. Search-
lights sweep the sky Incessantly dur-
Ing the nights and British airmen
stand ready day and night to launch *
their craft to do battle lain md4ir with
Sthe In leader .


warships of Great 8WM
stantly patrolling t North sea sad
especially the coast of the British
Isles it would require a superhuman
^ effort on the part of the kaiser and his
staff to land Germpan soldiers o0 Brit-
Sish soil. Should the Gerwani navy
endeavor to escort the transports car-
* trying the Invading army to England it
would precipitate a naval battle be-
tween the warships of the nations.
This the Germans have so far been
careful to avoid.
In the eastern theater of war the
fighting has been heavy at all times.
A definite Idea of the results of this
conflict now being waged by the Aus- I
tro-German armies against the Rus-
sians In East Prussia, Gallcia, and
Russian Poland is impossible because
of the conflicting reports that. are re-
ceived daily from Petrograd, Vienna
and Berlin. On the same day dis- I
patches will be received from Petro-
grad telling of the utter rout of the I
Germans in Russian Poland, the plight
of the Austrian armless in Galicia and l
the success of the Russian armies in
East Prussia, while. dispatches from
Berlin and Vienna will claim great t
victories against the Russians in the E
same battles. However, there does I
not seem to be any Important success-
es on the part of either of the armies. t

Germans Sink 13 Marchantmen 1
London.-A dispatch from Teneriffe,
Canary Islands, to The Daily Mall, re-
ports that the German cruiser Karls.-
rubhe has sunk thirteen British mer- t
chantment in the Atlantic. The news I
of the Karlshuhe's exploit according c
to the Daily Mall's Teneriffe corre- J
spondent, was brought to that port by t
the German stdamer Crefeld, which ar.
rived there with the crew of the Brit-
Ish steamer Stratbroy, Maplebraneh, k
Highland Hope, Indranl. Rio Iguasua.,
Farn, Niceto, Maria de Larrinaga, Cer- 0
vantes, Cornish City, Pruth, Conder
and Lynrowan, all of which were sunk t
by the Karlsruhe. The Cretfeld was s
accompanied Into port by the. German q
stehamers; Patagonla. Rio Negro and t
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Preparing To Invade England
Copenhagen.-Two ship yards at
Kial, the Oermania and the .Howard,
are building thirty armored lighters
capable of carrying 500 men each and
traveling at the rate of nine miles an
hour .to proceed to the river Scheldt
should events permit the landing of
Geriman troops on the coast of Eng-
land. It is asserted that three of
these lighters are completed and al.
. reedy ot their ay to the Scheldt..The
Germs are building an airship shed
Is Uehlewl etor two large Zeppellns.

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A DAY WILL COME


Allies and Germans Both Win
Washington.- After days of Inces-
sant fighting, dents at last have been
made in that. part of the battle line
which had run virtually straight north
and south from Ypres inu Belgium to
the bend In the elbow in the vicinity
of the forest of Aigue in France.
Just a short distance above its cen-
ter this line now curves like an in-
verted letter "8," the allies having
pushed back the Germans east of Ar-
mentieres in an endeavor to press on
to Lille, and the Germans having forc-
ed the allies to give ground around La-
basse, probably hoping to obtain con-
trol of Bethune, a railroad center
seven miles west of Labasse.
That ground has been won and lost
In this district is admitted in the lat-
est French official report. It seems
improbable, however, that either en-
gagment was decisive as the report
declares asions near Labasse and Ar-
mentlereg, near Arras, on the same
line a short distance south of La-
basse, oetinue with great violence.
In Act, the report says that generally
speaking the situation on this part of
the war Bfrn -uu l ,, -A-' .-
Of flfting near the coast, where
British and French naval vessels are
endeavoring to aid the allied troops
in holding back the German advance,
nothing was vouchsafed In the report.
Altkirch, in- upper Alsace, near the
Swiss frontier, has been taken by the
French at the point of the bayonet.
Since the outbreak of the war this
town has been 'the scene of much
fighting and several times has chang-
ed hands.


Another German War Loan
Berlin.-The following account of
the meeting of the Prussian diet was
given out in official quarters in Ber.
lin:
"A Prussian war loan of $375,000,000
was passed unanimously, even the So-
cialists supporting the resolution.
Money was voted for the.relief of the
province of east Prussia, which has
suffered the most during the war, and
'or other military purposes."
Other Information given out in Ber-
lin says:
"The Danish steamer Rolf, from New
York for Christiana, carrying 20,000
ons of corn, has been captured by a
British cruiser and taken into Scot-
and.
"A German hospital ship, searching
he sea for men from German torpedo-
boat destroyers sunk by the British,
ias been forced to go into an English
harbor by a British cruiser.
"A German naval officer has dis-
covered in Antwerp a letter addressed
o an English surgeon, Richard Read-
ng, a volunteer in the Belgian ma-
chine gun corps, written by his sister,
rennie, and dated Birmingham, Sep.
ember 28, In which are the following
words:
"'I would like to be a nurse; I could
ill one or two Germans.'
"The British are bombarding the
open Belgian town of Ostend.
"Reliable official reports declare
hat there is in Germany a sufficient
supply of otreals to meet amply all re-
qulrements until the next harvest, and
hat the stock of cattle is sufficient to
provide an ample supply of meat."

Britlsh Seine Oil shipl
Washington.-Great Britain's deter.
alnatlon to keep from Germany car-
toes of Illuminating 'oH which might
e made fuel for army meter trucks,
Zeppelith and MaerO pf e, Is rtponal-
ile for the eseture of American Stand-
rd Oil stsseems by the British cruls-
rs. Tbla fast was developed nla on-
erence here after the state depart.
ent bad requested 'the release of the
banker John D. RookefellDr. The Stand-
rd Oil oeem y has asked &* state
epartmeat to seeda reles e of two
sore of ts ships.


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THOUSANDS KILLED


IN GREAT BATTLE

Uis Ad l m s Fistie Aleg a i
Fro Switieuled ti The
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Russians Cross The Vistula
Petrograd.-The following official
communication was issued by the Rus-
sian general staff:
"The energetic offensive of our ar.
mies, which have crossed the Vibtula
on a large front, encounter no resist.
ance on the part of the Germans, who
continue to retreat,
"In the trenches below Ivangorod
we took large quantities of war stores
and ammunition abandoned by the re-
serve corps of the Prussian guard in
Its hasty retreat.
"The Austrian armies continue to
fight with stubbornness on the Vistula,
on the San and particularly to the
south of Prsemsyl.
"In east Prussia there is no change
in the situation."
Uprisings In Portugal
Lisbon.-The Monarchists of Portu-
gal made attempts to effect uprisings.
There were outbreaks at various
places, especially in the northern part
of Portugal, which for a time was cut
off from telegraphic communication
with Lisbon. A sharp conflict took
place at Mafra betweo 100 civilian
and Republican troop&4
a., leltan AnvJneo Allies
army, with Otewlnglish chanbl Ot4 its
extreme wing, Is showing a mirvelous
fighting spirit, despite ts longs, hard
camp agn and disappointment over the
loss of Antwerp and other cities.
In the terrific open struggle along
the frontier the Belgians, with the
French and British, have repelled
with the greatest energy, Incessant
German attacks. The German heavy
artillery poured a bombardment on
the allied positions, but the Belgians
counter-attacked and forced the in-
vaders to retire nearly five miles.
Germane Repulsed In Poland
Petrograd.-The Russian official
statement says:
"German troops which had occupied
the roads leading to Warsaw, in the
region north of the River Pilltza, have
been repulsed and are in full retreat,
leaving their wounded on the battle- ,.
field. *
"The Germans have abandoned the
positions they had fortified in advance.
"The Russian troops are energetlcal-
ly advancing along the whole front.
"The enemy Is still occupying the
eft bank of the Vistula south of the P-
litza and as far as Sandomir.
"The Russians who for eight days
had been gallantly holding the region
of Kosenlts under unfavorable condi-
tions and heavy artillery fire, achiev-
ed considerable success on October 20
and their position on the left bank of
Vistula At now secured.
"The attempts by the Austrians to
rose the River San below Prsemsy'
have been checked and the Russians
ire assuming the offensive there.
"In the region south of Prsemsyi are
found the remains of all the Austrian
corps defeated in prior fights in Gall-t
cia. Here thb Russian troops are ener.
getically checking the advance .of
numerous bodies of the enemy.
"There is no essential change in
gast Prussia. We are at present In t
Louch with the enemy on a front cov- I
ring over four hundred yersts (about
!67 miles) from the lower Bsoura tb
the slopes of the Carpathian noun-
talas.


Allies Checked, Berlin Claims
Berlfn.-Engagehents continue nar
Nleuport, Belgium, and Lille, whets
the allied fortes have been trying to
beat back the Oetrian advance. The
French for several days have been at-
taeking desperstey la the vtidoty of
LWe, but according to headqultters
bulletins all the attadke haye Webh N-
pulsed with heavy loabee to the al-
lies.
It Is annouaeed that tBe ails'bave
*dade a sted behind the river Ter in
an attempt there to eoaek the (er.
man advanOe alWegthe coast.-


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ELIGUM ARMY ARE HEROES

Several Thousand Belgians Sacrifice
Their Lives To bave The Main
Army from Capture
London.-Each day is but a repeti.
tion of the' previous day in the battles
being fought out in West Flanders,
northern France and Poland. One side
gains a little at one point, only to lose
at another.
It appears from the official German
and French reports that the Germans,
finding It impossible to advance along
the coast toward Dunkirk, owing to
the fire from the British and French
warships, took a route a little more
inland, and have succeeded in cross-
ing the Yser canal, which the Belgians
have been defending stubbornly for a
week, to the west of Dixmude.
They also have made progress to
the northeast of, and still are in pos-
session of Roulers, toward which the
allies were advancing last week. The
Germans claim to have taken 600 Brit-
181 troops in the fighting in this neigh-
borhood.
Of the gains claimed by the Ger-
mans, the French report makes no
mention, dismissing the battle with the
sentence: "There is no change to re-
port between the sea and the region
around Arras."
To add to the trials of the troops
engaged in the desperate fighting, a
short spell of fine weather has given
place to another downpour of rain
which will convert the lowlands of
Flanders into great lakes.
Of the battle on the center and left
wing the German report does not
speak. The French declare they are
maintaining their positions in the Ar-
gonne and. along the Meuse. From un-
official'sources t Isa learned the French
bave made somg advance in the moun.
tains along tl9 Alsace border.
Warshipe' Work Was Effective
Dover,-It is aUmated that the Ger-.
mans lost 4,00% ilUed and wounded In
Belgium o Odtober 21, whea their ad-
vancing line was bombarded by the
British warship., r tf
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Wion for twelve bhotrLs
The tangs of the' shps' gual etasbled
them to shell the German tftcibs-
three miles Inland. They destroyed a
German field Lattery, dispersed a Ger.
man bridging train, thich had been
assembled to force a crossing of the
Yser, blew up an ammunition colump,
killed Gen. Von Trip and all of his
stAR to the west of West Ende and
compelled the Germans to evacuate
their position before Nieupoat.
The firing was sq rapid that some
guns discharged fourteen projectiles
per minute. At the end of the day the
whole coast from Nieuport to West
Ende was completely evacuated.
3 0 Germans flain Near Wpods
Paris.-Four French batteries recent-
ly bombarded and destroyed a village
In the Argonne region and turned their
attention to the surrounding woods to
which the Germans had fled. "After the
fight 3,000 German dead were found in
the vicinity.
French Forces Advanee In Aleace
Pari.-A dispatch from Geneva to
the Excelsior says refugees from the
battlefield declare the French occupy
Thaun, the valley of MoanSter, the val-
lay of Wesseer, and all the passes there,
including the passeof Salute Marie in
Alsace.
Germans May Invade Canada
Washingtou.--4ermany's right to
and troops in Canada, It possible, and
ths secure at least a temporary foot-
hold on the American continent, was
upheld by Count Von Bernstorff, the
German ambassador. He declared that
as. anada was sending soldiers to
fight against his country It would be
no Infringement oathe Monroe doc-
rine It German should livade Canada.
Discussiag his note to the state de-
partment giving assurances that Ger-
many would attempt no oth Aineri.
can clonisattoftln event of victory,
he mwba ,eds4 aiK So ath Ama-
ea was referred There never has
been any queiti:s raised, he aid,
& to podble 'q0S ar". to
tek colonlsatlon' Ip any othqr part
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COUNTRY AWAKE TO A

Legislation Deallng With Tuv"
olf Has Been a I .
Jority of the tate ,.,

Legislation dealing with tubermas
sis has been enacted in 48 stateS a"
territories of the United 8tatte, 4.
cording to a compreheneovi balett
on this subject published by't .~lb
tional Association for the Stndy aNm
Prevention of Tuberculosis. O ".33a
the states of Arlsona, Idaho, Neovjd
Wyoming and Alaska has the sub
ject been given no legislatlvT coansi.
oration.
State tuberculosis snatotia to the
number of 42 have been estabflakM
in 33 different states. Speoel 1ws
providing for the establishment ad
local hospitals by municipalties r
counties have been passed inla 14 ates
In 34 states laws are nla force prlm v
Ing for the reporting 'and iulhai
tion of living cases of tiwbsll
In four states, New York, Ne4'i a.
say, Wisconsin and Minnesota, se
clal laws have bear enacted gl"TIs
state and local health asthoritles
er to remove and detain
persons who menace the hesltKt
their families or .assoolates. I8z
states, Illinois, Iowa, Missouari. MIMi
sota, New York and Tans, hgte ISt
which give the people the 'ptivllh M W
voting at general or speoeal dtI
on the establishment of eofty't '1W
aniopal tubereuloolis W dKS. -
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cousin and Wa-hlagtem
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iting spitting it public
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way to get tours laBd is to o dreaded th day of noculato. I iO to be poedlar, but not so much Hrses and cattle ane llal to bl6
a hip Novy for you. Don't ver -- I brought this to protection." He poisoning from stepping on ra ty slsb.
ff e letl thi akto aa ha fwor yOttobe&or- CHAPTER IV. polated to t feoent "Won't it saf- for' sp an injury apply Hatord's
ry orfn l hlm. s.t tok me quite a while eo?" Balsm of Miyrrh and t it late the
to get on to that and I'm giving you A ConfeeleOi. "Perfectly. I never could digest so- bottom of the wound. It should kill
11 l M ll the benefit of my experiencee" "Bob," called Jane, "I think Il lWt clalism nd I'm aur I couldn't digest thpoion terms. Always have a bot-
ow do you ma" up" a olalt Come on. Lt ua prepare t la your stable, becauseyo will
"Honor bright, haven't you ever "Oh, you mus't, 4aw. fitay right for the royal and hilarious debauch." find different uses for it. Adv.
played possum?" where y94 are. Do yOu al as if you Dick a@isted with the cloth and sil-
hosllif p emin g "Why, no." could eat something? I'll bring it to verwara he exclaimed, "I knew There Was Doubt.
W WM JDgUS. '"Then that makes it all the easier. you." It Telepathy. A dynamic thought D'Auber-I am a self-made man.
mel U iYou kPow-anything from a sick "But If I Wll you something are you wave on to corner below told me the Knocker-Bragging or apologizing?
t .friend to a case of cholera. Why, even going to be crbss?" le box w" a1 ty. With such hunches -Boston Evening Transcript.
a headache would answer In your case "Cross with you, honey? That's la. I could Ild thM arket and beat the
If this is the first time." possible." system at o wM MA". To prevent gangrene use Hanford'
ginem mm l"But I don't believe I could do that." "But If I've done something awfully "0r et on Woedsoday Balsam because It cleanses a d heal
"Certainly you could. Now, if you're terrible, do you think you could forgive night, Dick. To" .e&4 a it." the wound. Adv.
down with a sick headache you can't me?" "I can't. I *ot a-ftrind of yours
WBB5TME DUbNDON be expected to be taking care of house. "I don't believe you could do any- today. wh1olpart- l t A Heroine.
b hold affairs can you? What chance thinS I ooulda't forgive." "WhO** Maude-Alice never passes a mirror
has a hot dinner against a case of hys- "-uppoalig 1 had told- you a fright- "Brand." without looking Into It.
teries?" ful, black, Inacusabte ab?" "Bread? WhV o Is l?" Jack-Brave girl.
$. As.- 3"But I wouldn't know how," Jane "Why, Jane, what's on your nlnd? "Oh. youe now hin. John Brand.
SYNOPnSI. persisted. 'Fels up. I guess I ua stand It all He's the big iq i the Hudson Co- Tbr harness sores apply Hanford'a
"This little play doesn't need a re- right." iA. I '. knew you. Balsam. Adv.
Mr and Mrs. Renolds move into their hearsal. Just et into your kimono, "I hatve't got a. ick headache 6-Ato o t"i"'11oho."
nMw l a lo. eoi dear." all." "Oh, italy. I would say I do Mexican Embargo Lifted.
a5 ml oall a Ief the household "But It's such a terrible fib, and I just "That's fne. What were you do know him. That s several years There is now no embargo on the
IN s in order. S pring. Dick hate to see Bob go hungry. I love him, log. joking?" ago, though- i't collect the exportation of arms and ammunition
ras p cyr man. ic, socialist,t
ane .sim nner a nd snds the night. The Mrs. Collins. I do, really, and I just "No, it wasn't a joke at all. It was name at.tflt. 4oifW dmy name come to Mexico.
u t mortablo in their home, can't bear to deceive him this way." Just a plain lie. I went to the matHite up" .
t om lonines. "That's Just It Don't let him be dis- with Mrs. ColUlis and forgot all about "Just the usual way. When you in- an PioMht Pellet re
CHAPTER III-Continued. appointed In you because there aren't the dinner. I was afraid you might be terview a member of the system he ismgr-coated. tiny granules. Easy to take
a couple of scrambled eggs In the angry. You'll forgive me, won't you. wants to talk about everything except as candy. Adv.
"I know Juat how you feel, my dear," house. I know men and when they're Bob?" what you want to talk about. My pa-
a.fh add. "All my younger days were hungry, they're-well, not sentimental. He stooped and kissed her. "Of per is Interested in those big dams A woman's persistency is proverb-
wasted on sentiment and when I final- But if he really thinks you are III he'll course I will, dear. You know that I that are being built down in Penneyl- tal. She made a wrong start in the
ly let M heart run away with my canu- be sorry for you." think more of you than a dinner any vanias and out West. Brand, through garden of Eden. but she has been
fon I landed on Staten Island." "I'll try it then, but I know that I time. Was it Mrs. Collins who sug- his firm and the subsidiary compailes, trying to get her rights ever since.
"But I suppose we ought to be hap- will never go through with it. I'll tested the headache?" has practically got a monopoly on the
pO." Jane ventured resignedly. "We laush right in his face." "Now, don't ask questions, honey; cement part of the deal. The paper Hanford's Balsam is used to cool
he our homes and I know I have "Then don't blame me if there's a I've confessed and you said you sent me against him, but he talked burns. Adv.
the beat husband in the world." scene. I've shown you the way and It wouldn't be roess. But I'm awfully about everything from the time he
'"The' What they all say. Oh, mind has stood the test. Hurry up and get sorry about dinner." Irat grabbed the bottle till he go( his Yet a man spay not be lazy because
you. I u o t complaining about mine, Into the costume. I'll do the explain "That's all right, Jane, only-" college diploma and that's how you be tries to do things the easiest way.
bt t- W0mre times I am aggravated ing." "Only what?" came ip. He mentolied hk class at
by the smalluae of his income." Jane went into her room. There "There's Dick, you know. It's Cornell and I knew it was yours, so I
"But 'we amua't think of money, was a ring at the door. Wednesday and he hasn't missed tak- thoughtlessly asked him It he knew
Mra. Caolltas.. After all, we are out "There he is now," exclaimed her Ing pot luck with us on his night off yop."
ere (a the country with the fresh air sophisticated neighbor. "I told you, since we've been here. He's the only "You bet he did." -
thpse people In the crowded tenements "No, that Isn't Bob, Mrs. Collins. He "I know it. but I forgot all about "Why, didn't you like him?" TELLS W OMEN
in New Tork, who are so much worse has a key. Would you mind seeing him, too." "Oh, I suppose he's no worse than
off than we are, I suppose we ought to who it is?" "Well, don't mind. Get yourself the others. It's Just the breed, that's
be oonented." "It's only the postman," she called, fixed up and Ill make it all right with all. Get the knife and carve the HmwShoWsHolpeod ai
-at' dl vsry alao, Mrs. Reynolds, "You're safe ft' a while." Dick." tongue. If I get started talking about
'ist .tht.ftih ait don't chop the kin- "Is It somethln' for me?" A welcome shout outside announced Brand and bhie kind I'll lose my apple Chlu t L Ly a 6.
4t1 WOWd or puW quarters In the gan "I didn't loo. No, it's for your h fe- the arrival of the guest. Uti." Pinhala VeetaMew
,~toep 0tce that praetr the country band and fra Ith butch;'too. I think Beacon Dick and Deacon Dick, Rey. "Well, Dick, Fll own aup I was lead-
e4 ftf. ^ An MW paMrt I would there ought t6 ber faw fotbMdlag th nolds qalle him. for he was always Ing you on when I told you I didn't re- .CempOisV
JW' jMll H .wiot sendla Mle through ti malls. preakhlkg bhi wild theories and yet member him. I wanted to see what
SM Tb j4 Io 'hab 1ttIAInt mnt" wa ehA oifl about them. His very you kow. I saw Br yesterday, Ph paPt-"I an ty
ft.- f I as" J e hW -clau lagia.. meOnO e0o0d to bring a mo r of ma- rthems* thatswas the 11W time lin"
.Nit0 ta the Al4s6 .o p., It' all 4"11911 e1i40 u;srast e she lb


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I4'1 low, but Brand is i, kind ad, m -a mie g
a .,ha i' lashed his that eomes out to taten I to r wk that I had to
s rih. new a social acquaintance t 's been go to bed. A alst
5E .O .A deday bu;, regular day dormant fbr years. He's got iSmething a friend recolmmn *
41 e 5 j Oagway for the fee of the on his mind And you'll have ethilng ded Lydia Plek.
'wj "b ta b aeeto at yag" oa tours If you get mixed s him. ham's Vegetable
St M O d to the de yo le. I'd advise you to get out the It6 old. ompe01 d to me amd I tred It at A"oa
-t hles eanis .jnd waa ofeou atyd by What' (hpe Watter with yeo?" armor of boyhood principle a' virtue ald found much relief. After that F
a 1o lad blMrsbTlowuras Bob steppe to the door ad threw tt and nucase yourself within. Take it liad no pains at all ad cou do my
"h.," MV 0red Ma'Cllol tl. "Tour open. "Co Iea, I ome Ila, ad wel- from me, when the system titles at housework and bpplag the sme
10M athedg Jane. MW'V* sM.0 D albt wake ber." ." you, yu need protection." asalways For years bal psi
1 "' e v deo.? rve 'l? Wh, w t h P* happeedr" hi "h litdlord, what ebeer have you "D t.worry, old pal; I a I can V
S l W.mr ataMlg tat l kekd a'snously. tonight? You oee I do not como empty tak care of myself with Brand, I wa f wat t hs Lo r meo
tb rd atlnlnde a "Nothing' happened. NothIRg sar- handed, Herr Host," aa Dick di- always a little stronger than he at n' shrll alwayroomuand faat o.e
hite may -lnuite. There ons. It's Jat a headache. I same over plae*6 huge parcel. school, both In studies and at. Be. m's ltl Ye a at" msTtoUs
i l I maow. Not to aea what I eould doBr hear." "I do see, err Most. 'What's with- sides. I don't think he's coming pa'r- Pads eM- s,
Ve1 t imagtan what to "h's in her room" it" posely to ee me. He said he had to
itlaer. I don't Hli td t0U "Te, lying down." "Waod and drink; cheer for you and get over this way Wednesday evening Cheage of Ifs is one of the pot
1 t 1Te been to t6 theater." He pushed past her to hi wife's the miss, and three cheers for me." and would drop In. I think It'a curl. critical pderda of a woman's exlteaoe.
l'a* N l. Does1 he r' Reynolds reached for the package oelty to see how I live as much as any- Women everywhere should remember
Ufa "Why, Jane," he exclaimed. "I'm "Walt," sald Dick. "I desalre the thing." that there is no other remd known to
"No, Dot Ilp the way you ean, Mrs. s soorry. What's wrong, dearth" housewife to be in on this that she "Poor Bob! Blinded from the start. carry women Mso 0ceeeh yth
oltInita ot-thesrtbthe money for the "Nothing very bad, Bob. I Juaseort may pay due tribute to her guest The curiosity of Mr. Brand and his thiyin period a isLydia F iL s
ehetsa. Sou se, I saved it at of the o' seemed to go all to pieces today, This Is no meager token of my regard. like concerning my friend Is limited Vegetable Compnd.
"pesholt.seta and I don't want and my head Is splitting." It Is the sum total of a dollar's raid on to Inquiring Into the capacity of his If you want speelsti aAifm
W v.'"1 0." "My poor darling!" a delicatessen shop.'! bank roll. It's the bank account first write to LydIa B IPlakham M mNo
yd It, didn't you? Any 'I'll beIolng now'," called Mrs. Cel- "What' the Idea? Don't you think and humanity afterwards, and a long l e Co. (eoafn ential), ImLy ,
i I A t I spend it where line. "I do hope you'll e bettor eeon, we hav anything to eat her" way after. Don't flatter yourself that Mass. Tour letter will beeopeed
SI I fgae that's my Mrs. Rynois. I'll. run over Is the "Certainlaly, but these are dadeli" ea Brand is Interested in you aad your sOed and answered by a w-eae
a ad t Jae.'s morang. If themes anything I am do ear to every woman's heart-and $3.000 bungalow unless he thinks hea hold t N riSt ooaiumWtS
ktwe breast mueh money for before then, let me know." teue. Hero to soa Wednesday can usei you or steal the house." T m le m
W41-4oart odylod. a O ft e 1wre's "I will. Thank yoe awfully mch. night tongueo: pickled tona i, If you "All right, Deacon. Take your meaStt ee7to
g (" ad"d w, ladly e- M. Colli s." w ll, and he held up a Jar of It. "Hem on the tall of the cart and preackaway.
h er new hat. .' p out. Reynolds hurried out of the b d. we have the Invntion of oll Mr. Dill; I knowit all by heart and might ve*
ho teolaeidM ialo, al d I' room. "IL moe o FoY to the o da t, oie that has ever # ajimproved you the trouble."
iK w uld be ham d to optisn saos Mrs. Collins. I thank yob t, I a a s a. More pikatl. And tee Is cona. "Memory, Bob. not heart-you Stand |a 9ills
g esitgy .". .uar I'll pull Mrs. Repaa drdo d ased 1*t th anm bleats ataw corredts When youe have it la y# J.
(|I IF fera wvle and avoid us- He did not repeat hias i ~r' iYUm, aad firm. pad Intn3dsItg Mr Lady place asi let you place the bottb. I *-5S..amV
.lt ^ I baM d titon foyr 5 a mora3ag efcl U uiitIiA E **t 3 ofh lT hAve -oe sweet one picked out."
07 Vane w. woman jR Mrs. Cedise did eot e* -pple toe I W yl'a.daw.a a (TO BN COIN4TMUD.)
nd drdg and aever derive him. He knew that sli al buss bt she' better .w .te'l t ., ....I u "
eai f Srt.*" naighborly and a friend to his wfe*, bt a minlt Pit dUwn aad lake oR o Tea8la a Hit thT Klie. HiEtiheEK
C oltit s't that way he was Inclied at time to doubt their glovee, Has the system ~et yor osrv The poirdent's o ent op oP SSbS
&n !t Wq*i i ave ela alckets value of the ledbp. Ne.ghbber ep ?' ,"' egoslf course recals an indet 1
^.s mitalosee end I pe* so Uree wore nose too plntiful in ther ce "It would It I ive it thd eanlis.. t t .he 'IpeornSha adventm of the lat
WU'|IIM|ths deliptrt n 41ad a oli t, c .at, an ~r a our m t at qomburg, where In th -
as as Mty 6cel eafimedIa 154 I n thea ttW, Dia; Inl ha With yon right gene-s the bigs annual toureaitelt se
Ie1k tsir e 'oIs send of Osny oa atrs y. led an p Bo 40 the a match was being played between is ange
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the undersigned, Mrs. Mary
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to the Honorable W. 8. Bullock,
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fender.


AN OUtNAOs to poNi l Va.
grant, Rogees, Idle and Di.-
solute Penm d, Common Night
Walkers, Lewd, Wanton and
Lasolvious Persons in Speech
4 Behavior.
B oniAnsoaT iia OnrrT OoUN.
co TIs COr or 0CaTeAL RvrUn:
That any person who is con-
victed, either of vtgrancy or of
roguery, of being an idle and
dissoelte person, or of being a
common night walker, or of be.
ing either lewd, wanton or
lasolvious inspeech or in'be.
havior, within the corporate
limits of the City of Crystal Ri.
ver, shall, on conviction be fined
not lea 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 tbis the 10th day of Sep-
tember, A. D., 1914.
N. BAWo,
President of Council.
Approved: N. N. SPARKMAIN,
Mayor.
Attest: A. S. KING, Clerk.

SEED POTATOES
Grown on th ruhed bhills of Steuben
County, about J above Ma level.
FREE FROM DISEASE
Btrons, hardy, prdllof varieties. Give
them atrial. Send or catalogue.
WALkIt SI POTATO iBnIS
Avee, Steuken Os., N. T.


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kindly asted is lan the lt .
nea and death of our ow* as
brother, L. Kin, we wish to s
express otr sinere thanks a4d
and gratitude.
They may rest asued that A
these many aots of kindaesu and
sympathy will always be remem. L
bred by us.
Sinoerly youM. .
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. King.
and Family.
WANTED:-Pint sad quarb
Bottles. Will pay 10o dos. for
Pint and 15 dos. for Quarts.
Pioneerereantile Co.
A committee of young ladies
will sell delioioso homemade
candies Saturday afternoon, on
the streets from 4 o'elook until
it is sold out, for the benefit of
the Epworth League.
There will be a Hallow 'een
entertainment give tonight at
Boellert's Hall by the members
of the Presbyterian church.
Tonight is All Hallow eve,
be sure to try your fortune and
look out for spooks.

SHw's.ThIP4
We ofer One Iuadnr4 Dollars
Reward for any case of Catath
that cannot be cared by Hall's
Catarrh Cure.


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