Title: Crystal River news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075892/00073
 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: November 6, 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: VID00073
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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The. following is a statement of
the railway, express and tele.
g raph business of Orystal River
for the month of October. ,
How is this for hard times?
If this does'nt show that Orystal
River is the best town in this
neck of the woods, well you.will
have to show us, that is all.
Three cheers for Orystal River.
Oct. 1918..................... $1090.60
Oct. 1914.....:............ 1978.19
Increase............ $882,69
Oct. 1918............... $1598.11
Oct. 1914..................... $2187.28
Increase .............644.12
'Oct. 1913, ................ $2486. 8
S Oct 1914.......................$400.21
t 'Ite*fife ......... $158.62

Oct. 19.8..... ...............WM
Oct. 1914.......... .,. $14
.. Increase...... .......:..... .8

|.. to Briet.
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'Wll Allen hai been very.slick'
fr. thepati*ew days with fever.;
Tj, ,Bea Smith, Toy Allen., Jol

the primary election. '
Teafollowuig yotng me* "ou
here -pre visitors over at Orytau
f6tard*tniht: Toy, Alvin and
Austin Allea,J. W. Hogan, 4b
and Bryan Ba es, and Bgae
King. They rert te 4C
enjoyable time.
On Tuesday IhtlMp
Misi Rul Eih was iid wi4
digeimtlen.-' ir several hours
she was in a tery critical con.
.. dtion, until relieved by Dr.
Dame of Inverness, who was
* summoned by phone.
The largest snake that it has
been our lot to see in this payt
of the country, was killed by W.
H. Ring last Saturday whildes
route from Homosassa$. -It' a,
known as the gopher asnkeo,. a
meaured over seven feet in
length. It had justu' bA
dining on two gophers ,, *.,
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Five German Vessels Sunk Three British Warships-

Ldndon was silenttoday regard.
iqg the naval engagement off the
ChHean coast Sunday. The
American minister at Santiago,
Henry H. Fletcher, 'however,
confirms the German official and
,press reports of a German naval'
victory, in which five German
naval vessels sunk or put out of
action three British warships.
Until the British admiralty
has spoken the extent of their

losses cannot be known. Accord.
ing to German report., the Brit-
ish cruiser Monmouth was sunk,
the efuiser Good Hope put to
flight when apparently in sinking
condition, and the Glasgow
driven into a neutral port. The
German ships are said to have
been undamaged, and the loss of
life on board not to have exceed-
ed two men. If two British
cruisers'went down, it is possible

that some 1,600 men were lost.
Early reports spoke of the craiIer
Dresden as one of the German
squadron. Today's advices from
OChile mention the Bremen, but
do not speak of the Dresden.

It is impossible to determine
which one of the warships wai
engaged, while it impossible that
both wore in the action.


Operation Nt Alwa Needed In
Asm '.

' .4

The best opinion now is that
an operation is not necessary in
every case of appendicitis. Jur.,
gens says in international Text. .
book of Surgery. The dictum that 1
evefy case of appendicitis should -
be operated upon as soon as a,. ,
diagnosis is made is not to bW .',-
accepted." Treves, an eminent '^'.
English authority, eays: in a fair I
proportion of cases no surgical -A ,.
interference is called for, and in .
mania of these oases much can be '
done by diet, attention to elim- v.
nation and by placing the
patient under favorable, oondi- '
tions. Renders, a well known
authority, records unore than 90
nendicitis without operation "

Appendicitis should be prevented
by proper diet and exercise.
The diet that moknavors appen-
dicitis is fine, fresh'wtrp. bread
and cake with meaost. b
use of powdered cb.rop .
bran will aid materially in pP.
venting it. When appendjctk"
is suspected the stomach and boip
els should be promptly evacoail
ed,followed by fast from twenty.
four to thirty-six hours, followed.
by an exclusive fruit diet' -ft-
everl days. The praotlee of, '

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r** ih* dMidsal wrek of s Red Cross I
Pr1a0eA d Ameab soldiers were kils. The
the POWer.

It formerly was. A& it uas bet
sid before n Editor eai
makle a apper by hi
.coeds the help of ev
erited itien in
coeaty. Let's pull topt
boost the w ew|tod ins i
only buoU t 46 wAiour
own, .tKin~oe as
^r-' e t King.

li,', iATIS8 -
-, ~,W bo. is aiMloten with
.euaA*l*4w any form should by
MJ4.e f11p a bottle of Sloan'
,XlufBt ha nd. The antste
t fi pata or soreness in join
w' niafsel, bathe it with .Slen's
-jialmeot. Do not rub it. Sloap*
C "etrteos almost Ilmtsndtly riaftt
i.the seat of pain, 'rellvkig the hot,
"sader, twoolma feeling ad maklan
Ap part asy and ,o-fortabl. Get t
a bottle of 81oa 's LAl qnt for go
Ms of r any drq t andh itJ
the house-egaeist osids, wag
Jnroltaled B rbheastiab,
Ma, ntitir sau lik

Growe! Must Bee* CMUW
ev eitrus fruit sa4'd vetabT
tiPng geasoa wifllWoa ;tt in-
In thin 8tate anqmo;._b I
trade say that wes s
Derp should pay
tioon tibehew .arI ii*w,
knownathe Bt k 14
is row in effect. :- : ..
This law requfrM the sapper
to pak hita ue in. s ndara4
packages. .In case they are not
put in these standard packages,
he must stencil upon then t)e
net capacity, nt weight or nuoM.
erical count. The barrel has
beep n4*4'he basisof standard.
Thbe.palpf standards aire hbalf
biihs bushels of multiples of
the b~l4 divided by two. The
standardd barrel -uMit j"ave
a head diameter olif 14 inches s
bilges less i..
mnh.U* rmm4m amti

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LuA4k" 1

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*her i

Ti Toho mwnmposition was
oIbtV by a .e girlla' 8 "'f '
0Wa giboras schoar *
big as aal girls i .
young w win beyouu' :
SMan wae b efore .1a '..-0
When God Iwoke a' MAd fe
said to hims4ft "IF"oll,
I can do better tha t
tried &aiu," and the 6
Eve so much be thto
Adam that there &a- l,
women than men in $e.
ever since. Boys are .m
They are very *earingW e9 -
thing bub soap
If I could have my
the boys in the word
little rs d e

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Antwerp.-Antwerl..radually is re-
turning to normal conditions. About
150,000 of the city's 360,000 Inhabl-
tants, most of whom fled when the
Germans occupied it, have, returned
to their homes.
Bome bakeries, meat shops and
grocery stores are opening In the
poorer section of the city, and a few
old women with dog carts are offer-
nlg apples and vegetables In the once
busy markets. The German hag flies
from the tower of the cathedral of
Notre Dame, but Belgian priests are
reading mass as usual.
The streets virtually are deserted
except for the gray German automo-
biles which dash along at mad speed
carrying officers clad in smoke gray
No War Tax Levied.
No tribute has been levied on the
city as yet, except that the Germans
have demanded supplies for their
army. General von Huehne is gov.
ernor general of the military govern.
ment. Maj. Gen. von Bodenhausen,
commander of the fortress of Ant.
werp, will be Installed shortly as
civil governor.
General von Huehne has given as.
surance that Belgians will not be
forced to dig intrenchments or do
other work for the Germans if they
return to the Belgian cities. Every
consideration to being shown the Bel.
glans by the invaders, but this kind-
ness makes the Belgians susplolous,
as they believe, they say, that a trap
is being laid.
Thousands of Nativea Return.
Over twelve thousand Belgians re-
turned to Antwerp, and probably half
that number from Holland. All of
the Holland border towns are filled
with frantic Belgians, who move about
anxiously seeking relatives and are
afraid to return to their native land.
The country about Antwerp is deso-
It is estimated that about three
hundred buildings were destroyed in
Antwerp by bombs, most of these
structures being residences. The Hotel
de I'Europe and the Taverne Royale
on La Place Verte wore among 25
large buildings destroyed by fire
caused by bombs.
La Mier aqd other leading business
streets are untouched, but all the
large business houses are still closed,
despite the efforts of the Germans to
restore normal con tons.
Argentine C sout Killed.
AaUtl e were me duiur-
-'*-* g the b6mbardme d of the city.
Theophile Lemaire, Argentine con-
sul at Antwerp, was the most promi-
nent victim. He was killed In the
cellar of his home by a bomb which
came through the root and floors and
struck him.
Consul Diederlch and the American
vice-consul, Harry Sherman, both nar-
rowly escaped death during the bom-
bardment. They lived on the south
side of the city, where the shelling
occurred. The operators of a Zeppelin
dirigible balloon dropped a bomb with-
in 200 feet of Mr. Sherman's home,
and the house adjoining Mr. Dieder-
Ich's residence was completely
wrecked by a bomb.


(United Pre" Staff Correspondeot.)
St. Mihiel, France.-Fighting day
and night from deep trenches whose
wonderfully effective entanglements
of barbed wire, steel sharp-pointed
rods and sharp-pointed stakes almost
touch, the thousands of men compris-
ing the German left and the French
opposing wing seldom see each other.
Probably never before has there
been staged a battle so theatrically
set as is the present. The line of
battle runs wave-shaped for miles
through dense forests, over and around
high hills and across deep valleys
traversed with fast-running streams
of water.
The French stubbornly contest every
attempt of the Germans to advance.
Lines of trenches are extended a
foot at a time. The thousands on
each side dig themselves In like flelf
moles. They cover their every mole-
ment Even the guns are hidden and
their location cannot be ascertained
by the opposing forces, as their
smokeless powder leaves no trace.
Visible to Aviators.
And In the open country the
trenches are so constructed as to be
invisible to an aviator unless he fies@
very low. When he does fly low he
seldom returns to report. But there
anre always volunteers on both sides to
attempt It. They go out and most of
S them are killed. A few are captured
alive and they are treated with the
" consideration their daring demands.
SThe Germsas have oeecupied St
Mbel and are holding it and the ter-
n rty adjoining, although they are
still subjected to a heavy artillery
d. i Thb-~ children. however, play
SabMt the sist@" sd, the tabieMtant
ao ahet their datiee n aa ueo

corned way. They express no curi-
osity. Familiarity with danger has
In this case bred a feeling of matter
contempt for it.
Now Seek Verdun Forte.
The reports that the Germans were
making an assault In force on Tolni
and Nancy are erroneous. For the
present their chief objective Is the
smaller line of forts along the Meuse
line from Toul to Verdun. These are
Troyon, Genecourt, Les Paroches,
Camp de Romains, Lionvllle, Giron-
ville and Jury-sous-les-Cotes. The
first to fall was St. Miblel, and sev-
eral of the others are reported in dif-
ficulties. In addition, the bombard-
ment of Verdun continues, and some
of-the outer works have already been
Aviator Escapee Death.
'While passing through Vervinay I
witnessed a daring piece of work by
a French aviator. Under cover of a
fog he had swooped down on the
German trenches and had located a
number of them before he was dis-
covered. Although the German artil-
lery fairly rained shrapnel around his
fleeing plane he mounted almost
straight up and finally escaped to his
own lines.
I was able to spend on entire day
in the German trenches which have
been constructed to prevent the
French armies with headquarters at
Toul and Nancy attempting a flanking
attack. In one of the trenches the sol-
diers had organized a singing society.
The whole scene was wonderfully pil-
turesque. A thick fog hid the French
trenches 800 yards away. The ghost.
like figures of the greenish gray-clad
figures in the trenches were strangely
silhouetted In the mist Occasionally
the thunder of the guns would punctu-
ate the choruses. The singing was
remarkable, as many of the soldiers
had trained voices. Some stood at at-
tention. Others had their bands tight-
ly clasped in the attitude of prayer.
They sang, "It's the Day of the Lord"
and "My Vaterland; Beloved Vater-
land," chiefly.


Dunkirk.-I am writing this die-
patch to the sound of heavy rifle firing
in the streets of this town. A German
Taube just now-was flying above us
)bullets. n finally 4aaeared In tbe
direction of Ostend without doing or
receiving any damage.
This is the second aerial call the
Germans have paid Dunkirk today.
About nine o'clock this morning a
Taube hovered over the town for a
considerable period. The aviator paid
dearly for his temerity, for his mae
chine was badly damaged by shot and
he was forced to descend outside the
town, only to find himself and the ma-
chine immediately captured.
The Taube has been led in triumph
through the streets of the town.
Naval Guns Repulge Germans.
It now appears certain that the Ger-
mans have been shelled out of their
positions at Ostend. Small parties,
however, were reported to be in the
town itself this morning.
The bombardment by the British
and French naval guns of the Ger.
man right wing resulted in clearing the
coast from Nieuport to Ostend of the
enemy for a distance of several miles.
In the interior the Germans are re-
ported to be demoralized and the re-
ply of their artillery for once is sadly
Splendid work has been done here
by the British Red Cross detachment,
which formerly was at Ghent in
charge of Dr. Hector Mfnroe.
German Dead Cover Field.
A member of the staff has told me
that the fields in the neighborhood of
Furness and Dixmude were choked
with German dead. So desperate has
the fighting been that the Germans
left in a hurry without a thought of
burying their dead or assisting their
While he was in DIzmude a German
shell struck the house in which were
resting 27 Belgians and not one of
them escaped death.

Wolf Packs Attack Soldiers.
Rome.-A dispatch from Cettlaje
says: "A close watch at night is nee-
seary at the military camps, not only
because of the fear of the enemy, but
on account of the dread of wolves,
which, when the first snow covered
the mountain tops, began to descend
and wander in rapacious bands at-
tacking the living it they cannot find

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Read Only Germea Poets.
London.-The Berlin VeorWert san-
nounoess that a boycott is to be placed
on foreign poets. AMea the flrst
to be boycotted are WAanunlo sad
Uaeterlinck. It has I es dtiovered
that neither Is a saa d awr mrlem-
lar sMel.




Factin luidq Ww-CCrt m Trsm
Rim Nw No St wr NN Tke
Tm it iNs


Those Opposing New Court House
Threaten Injunction To Halt
Contractor's Work

Fort Myers.-In spite of efforts to
prevent the erection of the proposed
new court house by seeking an in-
junction restraining the contractor
from beginning work, the old build-
ing to be replaced with a new one
was razed to the ground during the
night by a large force of workmen
and Lee county is now without a
county office building.
The situation growing out of the In-
tention of the Board of county com-
missioners to have a new court house
erected is interesting. Attorneys C. F.
Johnson and W. F. Parry, represent-
ing citizens, left for Bartow to sue
out an injunction against the com-
missioners and the contractor, the lat-
ter just having been awarded the con-
tract calling for the erection of a
$100,000 building.
Despite the strong opposition which
developed when the talk of a new
court house was commenced, there is
comparatively little opposition now,
and when the people see the old build-
ing completely razed and the need for
a new building, there will be no oppo-
sition, the commissioners believe.


Railroad And Steamship Freight Is
Gradually Improving, Asserts
Steamship Official.

Jacksonville.-General freight traf-
fic in Florida and elsewhere has in-
creased to nearly its normal status,
according to H. C. Avery. When war
was first declared three months ago,
there was a decided slump in the
freight business that was felt by both
railroad and steamship lines. Slowly
by degrees the local freight began to
move, but foreign shipping was dead,
as no goods would be received for
foreign consignees. Since Great Brit-
ain's announcement to this country
that she would not consider cotton as
a"lpped auM4 .. there ha"
been a decided jump in cotton ship-


St. Augustine Citizens Are Donating
Liberally Toward Christmas' Ship
For Europeans.

St. Augustine.-That St Augustine
will be most creditably represented in
the gifts shipped from New York
for war-torn Europe on the Christmas
ship is made evident by the number
of articles received at the chamber
of commerce.
So many have been the responses to
the requests made here that it has
been necessary to ask the public to
leave the gifts at the chamber of
commerce only between the hours of
4 and 5 o'clock. Toys, clothing, mon-
ey and other articles are being re-
ceived in quantities and the shipment
from here will be a large one. Local
church and charitable organizations
are behind the work and are meeting
with all possible encouragement.


Gainesville Preparing For Great Event
On November 16, Celebrating
Ladlesa' Day.

GalnesvUle.--A sufficient number
of automobile owners and business
firms have agreed to enter decorated
cars and floats in the floral parade on
Ladies' day, November 19, to promise
this one ofthe great days of the fair.
Several of the invest firms in Galnes.-
ville have agreed to put in floats in
keeping with dignity of the day and
have entered heartily into the double
purpose of complimenting the ladies
and getting some valuable advertise-
meat for themselves. These mer-
chants have manifested a pardonable
pride In the city and county, and have
already secured the promise of ladies
to assist them Ini planning and decor-
ating their floats. Some novel de.
sias will be seen in the automobile
section of the parade.

More factories for Jacksonvile is
the plan which the Jeskonville board
of trade means to launch Ib an efflc-
eto mass wWiOta the itew
eamte. O tbe ret a t. Pesddent
Chares l. Mit fr a tWeest -th.
era trip this" wa kavdby om
am re t eVd I sd wek *ht


Rotarian e #r 19t Ntiuemal MeS
InH-Jaok-nvlll EAnthrtalinlg
Rotary Club.

Jacksonville.-Delegates from eight.
teen Rotary clubs mouth of the Po-
tomae sad east of the Mississippi,
with International President Frank L.
Mulholland, of Toledo, 0., in session
here for their first annual get-togeth.
er meeting, chose New Orleans for the
1915 meeting place, banqueted and
saw Jacksonville from all viewpoints
during the day, and agreed that this
city Is all right
Jacksonville, with its usual modes-
ty, voted Tampa the best city in the
south, outside the limits of Duval
county, and Tampa was awarded the
handsome $1,000 Rotary loving cup,
which was the prize to the city mak*
ing the best showing in a five-minute
Peter 0. Knight, of the Cilar city.
did the talking for Tampa, and that
he came up to the expectations of
the reputation he has for effective
speaking Is but putting It mildly.
Of course the points counted were
from a Rotary standpoint, and prob-
ably the most convincing argument
produced by Mr. Knight was the
forty-three members of the Tampa Ro-
tary club, the largest representation
from any city in the south, except
Jacksonville, which had a 98 8per
cent. attendance of her ninety-four


A majority of the bonds voted ol
in Ocala were defeated by a close
vote. The bonds calling for public
buildings, street paving and extension
of water plant were defeated. The
bonds for sewerage, calling for an
expenditure of 100,000, won by thir-
ty-five votes. Another election will
be held for bonds to enlarge the elec-
tric light plant.
Word has been received at Miami
of the appointment of H. P. Branning,
of this city, to succeed the late Judge
Bethel, judge of the circuit court.
Governor Trammell wired the an-
nouncement of the appointment. Judge
Branning was among a number of as-
pirants for the position. The appoint-
ment is to fill the unexpired term of
Judge Bethel, who last week passed
away, following a long illness.
In the o pditorium of Rollins college
the conference of the Young Men's
Christian assoclation of the Florida
colleges and universities was opened
under most ausplolous lreumstanme



E=hant mostod ft"

t =y a i npod tbuakr ImWOW
woman a buned il bP4dU
derstands how' to p aoperm Arf to
ell Ofl=9d o ,w arNweyiMYwMa
Mwada B badabmltN taMt -t
timi bot mab y BtwBaMd tahe *
tnee with an orgaIhiVnAudhi 0
tralo df trmt and wh a It bf
be syt bu a evo td asams *m
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of tinf for te i"4 a a"
damage I t*e mother W lnt

aham oandMtothM tofW, ,bo *
oamditminsnBedbeiMohaaud tohee
beauty. The Mexplahinahb tktar
that, with al th ov&id of sbt*W-
nes=4and bickews health el Afr-t
an unprepared elti^ ai WONr
pb time In whib to pmepa, w% u
waing pu in |oaflh toV th lL
Every woman at thistrnestaidi
olydI E. Pinkbam' Veetbe
poMd a most valuable tald oa
Inkigardtarofuthefem aloetal.

In many homes
nce chdledo there
arenowehildrnbe. \
eamg of the fact !
that LydlaEL. Pink-
bam's Vegetable'
Compound makes
women normal, '
healthy and strng.m
i yeuwant speelaTl advwe ilt
ydlia L. Pakham .M1M.Of (esON
eatal)LyMaass, lo lester wm
be penned, reda aai d msr- -
wemsa an held nla tduesaMs


Mutr Worka s pali, Qdi.
ad Withotthe tBisw
There's no seneImni lslna p a -ass
of mustard flour and wat
can so ea lie paln, rsimaev
tito a Itte a, wUm 3yq'
TBROLB. -r^a fc

inun usunr-U w wuu r* urw Um5 mUKU.r | -uSSmp M
tion to a large number of viit '
from the town and surrounding coun- i TEIBANt
try gathered to begin this important ro le T oa
work. HCramp, CoN
By adopting the report of the joint matise amb ans ad
committee designated to investigate theBackorJolnt,'prads e q
the proposition the board of port Bruises, Chilblain Frtde
commissioners has refused to loan the of the Chest (It ofte prvelts
city of Jacksonville the $125,000 ask- als)
At y r 5Im oA6-
ed. The matter was brought up at At ayrpdrggist'salla
the last meeting of the board and it Be surely i
was referred to the finance and TBROLB. RefaI
legal committees for investigation and you ask tfr. The M strole C j
report, Coelad, Ot. Qo.
About fifteen years ago the total
shipment of grapefruit and oranges .
from Osceola county did not exceed
30,000 boxes. So far as can be esti-
mated this year's crop will reach
300,000 boxes-an increase of 1,000
per cent in fifteen years, At this
time also a great many young groves Astronomy ve. Art.
are just coming into bearing which Professor-Has anything eerbeiel
can be counted on to make the citrus discovered on Venus?
industry of the county double its Student-No, sir, there ha ot*, IU
present value within a few years. the pictures are correct.-Judge
Owing to disturbed financial con-
ditions the customers of the Jeffer- The idea.
son County State bank, of Monticello, First Critic--That play's rawl
have been steadily withdrawing their Second Ditto-Then let's reot t.-
deposits. Therefore, in order to pro- Baltimore Amercan.
tect all creditors and depositors, D. A.
linlayson, president of the bank, no- It's difficult for some people to thai
tified Hon. W. V. Knott, comptroller, sensible thoughts.
on arriving at Monticello that it
would be best for him to take charge 0 Cb em
of the bank provided by law and hol Id U
it until he could make an investiga- R|4
tion of its affairs The comptroller
hopes that he will not be forced to
ask for a receiver, and that he can, 'WmIU
with the full and hearty co-operation Ahm-l. W
of the stockholders, creditors and de- t too
poeltors, be able to make arrange- -Sets
ments for the speedy reopening of
the bank.
The Pensacola city commission-
era, by a unanimous vote, ordered '.
fourteen police officers dropped from
the department This terminated the ANr
discussion which has been before the K m n
commssieners for the past month and
was a compromise between the com.
mlssloners, each of whom had a dif- j. W ...
ferent opinion on how the city should C.'
retrench. The commissioners also re-
duced the salaries of the chief and a
number of others who are heads of
departments. The saving by these
eages will mnast to twenty-f ye
oMr trty theWaAid dollarp for the S
year. No atlo" was ak as to
whi eof the offers will be de
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001 Fiod OCraw Ft 11 Will Se
P Unred Upea The Pa.mWa
lBy lenakrs
x: Atlanta.-A a result of a campaign
^-*'' 13 Atla-a Bhamber of Commerce
*Wrft the past moath a majority of
a" 'a-t preslat la the cotton re.
.. io, more &a three thousand in
sueWWr, hae pledged financial amd to
*.... I who edu"e their cotoa @aop
I ehaM In 1915 am d substitte frod
?1 athe other halt ThWey als1
V'apfiss to enlist the. supply mae
*7 4fat tn this campalga.
St U bbeved that this wVl wips out
the cotton surplus in ofe year and
S will make a new er of diversiftled
S farllming In the south.
While other organizations are
:', wrklpn to pledge the farmer to a
reduction of the cotton crop, this cam-
Sai& is based on the fact that 80
per cent of the cotton farmer are
Sore or less dependent on bankers or
su pply merchants for credit. This
S te- tdt to the past has been based
*. -' largely on the cotton acreage, and the
S-, rmers working under that system
are not in a position to change their
methods without the aid of the
banker or the merchant.
The new plan is a reversal of the
credit system of the cotton states,
where, heretofore, the average farm-
er, Into securing advances to make a
crop, had to show that he would plant
enough cotton to pay 4he debt. Now it
Is proposed to base credit on less cot
toe and. more food crops.
This will emancipate millions of
-'. Ate. ftr the one-crop -system,
a ,1 aieh a retarded the program of
S diervifled-rafla in the south for
hal- a entry and the new policy
f. Wirl I the south a great corn
a" d ettle regon with otton as a

8a at= t to based on the fact
SI hest records for coM pro-
gution weve ade 1 within' the past
thm years to eorgia, the CaroMnan
Aid Altema, where yields of e4W9
h, 00 bushels per sare are well an-
tbntoated. The total yield In seea
golAft tern siaC hasu mesen from
u2 0to *0411s I;
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I Guarantee "Dodon's ivUver Tone" WIN Give You the Best Uver
and Bowel Cleaning You Ever Had-Don't Lose a Day's Worki
Calomel makes you sick; you loes a under my personal guarantee that it
day's work. Calomel is quicksilver will clean your sluggish liver better
and it salivates; calomel Injures your than nasty calomel; it won't make you
liver ick and you can eat anything you
If you are blliou, feel lay, singgish want without being salivated. Your
and all knocked out, it your bowels druggist guarantees that each spoonful
are onstipated and your head aches will start your liver, clean your bowels
or stomach is sour, Just take a spoon- and straighten you up by morning or
ftl of harmless Dodson's Lver Tone you oan have your money back. Chil-
Instead of using sickening, salivating dre gladly take Dodson's Liver Tone
calomel. Dodaon's Liver Tone Is real because it is pleasant tasting and
liver.medion*e. You'll know it next doesn't grip or cramp or make them
morning because you will wake up sick.
feeling fine, your liver will be work-
Ing, your headache and dizziness gone, I am selling millions of bottles of
your stomach will be sweet and your Dodson's Liver Tone to people who
bowels regular. You will feel like have found that this pleasant, vege-
working. You'll be cheerful; full of table, liver medicine takes the place-
vigor and. ambition. of dangerous calomel. Buy one bottle
Tour druggist or dealer sells you a on my sound, reliable guarantee. Ask
60-sent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone your druggist or storekeeper about me.

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s those unfitet fe eMauumtIa. ISomarh
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UImr. aibdd sand kIadred alsmn.
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Mamma's Kiss.
This pretty child story is from the
A mother tells her little girl that be-
cause she has been naughty shewilll
not kie her for a week. Before two
days have gone by the child's lips
hunger so for her mother's kiss that
she bes her not to punish her any
The mother nsay: s 1, mr dear. I
togd oi that II qw W pot lUe you,
. NAP_' I!ftB&m-i eai .the

Nation's Chief Executlve Indorses the
Movement for Observatlon of Tu.
berculosis Day.
President Wilson expresses his ap-
proval of the fifth National Tubercu-
losis day movement during the week
of November 29, and also of the work
of the National Assoelation for the
Study and Prevention of Tuberculo-
sis In a letter to Dr. George M. Ko-
bher, president of that body. He says,
among others things:
"I know that I need not assure you
of my very profound interest in and
sympathy with the work of the Na-
tional Association for the Study and
Prevention of Tuberoulosts, and I am
delighted to know that you feel en-
couraged by the results of Its efforts.
I sincerely hope that November 29,
the day which you have designated as
Tuberculosis day, will result In awak.
ending the people of the United States
still further not only to the necessity,
but to the perfect feasibility, of ar-
reeting and preventing this terrible
A number of governors are Issuing
piroleautona on the Tuberculosis
day campaign, calling on the churches
and schools to unite during the week
of November i19 in an educational
canpagn, Mgalast tuberesloial. The
m-avuaIt'la~k fac the adnwmaa of

Mr. Perter'e Magnifying aise Dd Its
Work All Righ But its Owner
eForgot Important Thing.
Mr. Porter's judgment was vindI-
"Ah, ha." he exclaimed, triumphant-
ly, "do you remember that little mag-
nifying glass I gave a dollar for the
other day? You say It was a clear
waste of money. Well, It has more
than paid for Itself."
"I detected a counterfeit $2 bill to
which I had the presence of mind to
apply it. Those bills are so well exe-
cuted that even the experts ca) hard-
ly tell them from the genuine, but
my little magnifying glass brought
out all Its defects."
"How clever you are," said Mrs.
Porter, "to think of examining money
with a magnifying glass. Now you
can make the person who gave you
the bill take it back. Who did give
It to you, anyway?"
"By George!" he said, "I don't re-
Diplomacy is the art of concealing
our dislikes.

Peruna oil

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trs. Nell eI
Courtwe, of
PrkilA, Av
Nerwalk, Ceaht
writes: asj
as has doea-
wonders tar
my boy. lean
not palie It
"I think it '
he best me|-I
ma tll you why IS

"My son has been aStated with oa-
tarrb since he was a baby ive months
old, so that for yeas I had to watched
him all night loen and keep hi
mouth open ao he oould breathS, a
he could not breathe through his noes -
"He has always-been very delloate.
"Since he commenced taking the
Peruna I can go to bed and Bleep ae

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aWim esaA or oit was stated an-
-[ f e ly t Great Britain prob-
y w release vM Toleeo carrmtng
AaerfNB eo Appesdtalhed at Obia-
sat ne*.tbat the Italia go1-
S'- :lteady has declared a ea-
Su. :ntrtobu ht that the notlIa.
lI s thas not fcnnaly reached Englad.
As, soe as the fact isa officially com-
Maionated, the steamers destined to
Italy will be permitted to continue
t" er voyage, acorditag to the view of
Brti"- oi nali-tre. .
rtI '." N l 6vemrnment To Act
: Mdentally the British ambassador
valued that negolatitons were well
'.. under way Itwean Gt Brintain ad
,, all nstml cuntriLes ouop wherio
, by n onal governmentso wolde at a
* ^ oiiaesgee of all nrodactl clawed as
ddidelouna ontrabea4. It is intended
to put the guarantee of eac neutral
govenment behind bsentt to: in.
ase against rxorotft

u oblbas S. O.-'The eaith Gaena
lt-iteIosre al passed a llp roidinas
e tsssute t i*N,.eW wath tof
stat. heeds. the proceeds to
ad ea otts' stomnd In Wvrini

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SW :d way,

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4alp wich l aeIa,.-rw w It
eItatnIth am po ras overhead adt
bqwy' as ma hw e very rsuiela at
'aIght. The ahk left the thick Seturf
ea he had. We ued -- --.
.aid other remoad recommended by
triepds, but bothla seemed to do anay
'"This continued unUl she was thrae
mo"the old and by that time it formed
port a worst, so that her s alp never
looked lean. Nothing helped until
we used the Ctleurn Soap to bathe
bher and Cutiour Ointment to anoint
her. Tey acted like magic, learning
the salp entirely. The trouble die-
appeared. (Signed) Mr. H. L. An-.
dene, MKar. s, 1114.
Caticura Boap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free,with M.-p Skin Bk. Address poet
guard "Cuatour, Dept. I. Boeton."-Adv.
No Coneelatln oeablae.
Chart.us and Amlens may In part
mosolo us for a lost ReIms; but there
is nothing--not ,m at Constantln-
ople-that would comfort us for a lost
St. Mark's. And, supposing Italy at
war, and a bombarding fleet in the
Adriatie, what shold4 we have to ex.
pest In Venice? That little Plassetts
Is suor nded by a beItf anthology of
Ita ea arehltetaure: the Byantine
church, the Lombard ltoer, the
Gothle iDal pealpe, the Realisande
library, ea- of the wasterploeae at Its
date. And roud the We e la. the
41me of the ot" aM e d a lit-
tie water the beautIfel tower o Sfan
oleMod, ana further, ite a teoatorn.
Amd .apa a thes eU Vmea-e*-.
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shou l wIer Wtsriw-pMneg toln.
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Itteratre for the preparation of ad-
d'deas and for general swtrihution
from their tleoa anlthermualoss ,so-
edtleU or fram the oMee of the Na-
tional Assoolbtion for the Study and
Prevention ot Tuberculois, 106 Twen-
ty4aond street, New York

His School Report,
"What did they say to you?" asked
little Harry's mother, after his frgnt
visit to the *ew Sunday school.
"The teacher said she was glad to
see me there."
"And she said she hoped I would
come every Msnday."
"And was that all she said?"
"No. ahe asked me Ift our family be-
longed to that abomination." U

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Wanted Informatlen. ol
It was at the moving picture play
of "Quo Vadis,' the wonderful Illus-
tretlon of asnlent and romantle Rome.
Mrs. McCarthy watMhed the thrill-
ang scenes with awe, curiosity, and at
last lmpatinoe. Finally she asked
hir neighbor:
"e watched an' waited, and can
you tell me now whtek was lisQuo

MeNwy fr Christmas.
aliasg guaranteed w roof hes
ery to friends A neighbors. ig Xmas
bmusanes- warProof Mllos, U00o
Obeetnnt St., Philadelpbis, Pa.-AMv.
He Pallng.
"He's just d est about eaoulateo."
"Yes; a nrelar kissing bti."--Bal
moras Ameaitam.
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"That plan listens wel e
"Ah, but will It answerr"-Baltlmore ,. ...
toerlean. DU Duty
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And lots of men In this world seem mut S ue
have been born to take the place i40
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Entered at the Poeto.ee, Orystal River
riorfda. am second class mall matter. March

Transient advertisements 15 cents per
inch each insertion;hy the month, 10 cents
per inch eatchinsertion. Special rates will
o given advertisers wishing to contract for
advertising space by the year. Local no-
tices 5 cents per line each Insertion.

Communications on live topics, especially
of local interest, are solicited. It is under-
stood, however, that the publisher of the
Naws will not be responsible for opinlions
expressed by correspondents.

Peace is a theory and not a

The British suffragettes might
issue a curl paper.

But a soft answer will some-
times induce another question.

Germany ought to be thankful
that Belgium isn't a hilf a size

Some people are red h a'de..
and ,ther.s have that kind of a

What has become of the (l1
fashioned reactionary who declar-
ed that the Parcel Post and tl e
Postal banks were going to ruin

Belgium was lately reputed to
be the most densely populated
country in Europe, but times
have changed.

Still, if the vote is worth any-
thing, the mere necessity of giv-
ing one's age when registering
ought not to deter the earnest
patriot ian-or-woman-from cast-
ing a ballot.

Securing peace in Mexico
among the warring elements is
like driving pigs to market.
The feat mnay be accomplished
but it is difficult.

If the other nations keep ham-
mering away, Uncle Sam may
find himself the first naval power
of the world without building a

The Newspaper An Asset
The greatest asset any town or
community ever had is its news.
papers, yet many regard the
money spent with them as given
to charity. They do not stop to
consider the great influence they
exert in bringing people to the
state or town. They do not stop
to consider how great the work
the newspapers do for. which
they are not paid. There are
many men who w;ll sped many
dollars to have a sign board
painted that will not spend one
dollar with the newspaper. They
do not stop to think or they woulil
know that only people who pass
the sign boaid may read it while
the paper goes into the homes of
practically the entire community
carrying the ads of the enterpris-
ing merchants into the family
circle, some member of whom is
sure to read and comment on
them.-Fort Launderdale Senti-

Thousands of people keep cough-
ing because unable to get the right
remedy., Coughs are caused by In-
flammation. Take Dr. King's New
Disorvery, it penetrates the delicate
mnucous lining, raises the Phlegm
and quickly relieves the congested
membranes. Get a 60ec. bottle from
your druggist. "Dr. King's New
Discovery quickly and completely
stopped my cough" writes J. a.
. Wats, Floydale, Texas. Money
.. ek If not satisfied, but it nearly
always helps.

There are 50,016 farms in, GIrsl Try i Hair get sot, tfluffand
Florida. beautful-et a ent bttl
orida' of Danderine.
The approximate land area of
this state is 85,111,000 acres; 5, If you care for heavy hair that glis-
tens with beauty and 1s radiant with
258,000 acres are'in farms and 1, life; has an comparable softness and
800,000 acres of land in farms is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.
Just one application doubles the
are improved, beauty of your hair, besides It mlame-
The average size of the Florida diately dissolves every particle of
dandruff. You can not have nice
farm is 105 acres, heavy, healthy hair it you have
1 he farmers of this state repre- dandruff. This destructive scurf robs
sent a c investment of1A' the hair of its lustre, Its strength and
sent a capital investment of $14 ts very life, and if not overcome it
188,000. produces a feverishness and Itching of
Thel farmers of tlis state own the scalp; the hair roots famish,
The farmers of this tae own loosen and die then the hair fallsout
$4,440,000 worth of implements fast. Surely get a 25-cent bottle of
and other farm machinery. Knowlton's Danderine from any drug
.. -A.. store and Just try it.

The vale value of the domestic
animals poultry and bees on the
farms of this state is $20,591,000.
The average value of a Florida
farm is $2,868.-U.S. Census re-
rort, 1910.

Each "Pape's Dispepsin" digests 3000
grains food, ending all stomach
misery In five minutes.
Time It! In five minutes all stom-
ach distress will go. No indigestion,
heartburn, sourness or belching of
gas, acid, or eructations of undigested
food, no dissiness, bloating, foul
breath or headache.
Pape's DIapepsin is noted for its
speed In regulating upset stomachs.
It is the surest, quickest stomach rem-
edy In the whole world and besides It
is harmless. Put an end to stomach
trouble forever by getting a large
fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin
from any drug store. You realise in
five minutes how needless it is to suf-
fer from Indigestion, dyspepsla or any
stomach disorder. It's the quickest,
surest and most harmless stomach
doctor in the world.

Hallow'een Entertainment

The Hallow'enn sociable, held
at Boellert's Hall, last Friday
evening, by the ladies of the
Fresbyterian church, was the
most delightful occasion that
has taken place in our town for
a long time.
The corpwdious hall r d
a truly feiiive" appearence,
adorned with palms, jack o'lan-
terns and Japaneese lanterns,
with long tables decorated with
bouquets of handsome roses and
hybiscus, on which were spread
Hallow'een edibles for sale;
tempting pies, pumpkin, mince,
lemon and apple, doughnuts,
cakes, candy roasted peanuts,
and iced lemonade. Hallow'een
novelties transported from a dis-.
tant state found a ready sale.
Thl fishing booth enlivened by
witcie. and black cats, was the
delight of the children and even
the gr.,viw ups could not resist
trying their luck'. Contrary to
the fishing usual in our beauti-
ful river, every trial did not fail
to produce a fish worthy of re-
Another novel feature was the
exhibition of a cherry colored cat,
which caused much merriment.
A ssing box was successful-
ly it.;. 11 charge of, by two of our
attractive young ladies, and its
contents, a live turtle, awarded
to the fortunate guesser.
A ltrge number of our best
citizens graced the occasion,
and o.i could not fail to notice
the pretty girls and manly
youths in evidence.
Music added to the enjoyment,
and old time game were indulg-
ed in until a late hour.
The proceeds of the affair,
amounting to a nice sum, was
presented to Dr. W. J. Front, as
a mark of appreciation and es-.
We regret that we shall short-
ly lose from our midst, this
worthy gentleman and his estim-
able family, as he is about to
take up a new field of labor.
Mrs. E. T. Bowman.



Oh. o gUb heroes of thre
war is Albert Dougherty, chief gun-
nor of the cruiser Cressy, who fired
the shot that sent a German subma-
rins to the bottom of the North sea
after three British cruisers had been
sunk by the foe.

Praise for German Humanity.
Berlin.-In the Novre Vremya, Pe-
trograd, it printed a letter from a cap-
tured Russian officer, praising the hu-
manity practiced in the German hos-
pitals and the untiring efforts of the
Crawls Back to Death.
.Ostend.-Lieutenant Steele-Perkins
of the King's Own was lifted from
the trenches at Mona, wounded four
times. Protesting, the British sol-
dier crawled back and was mortally

"Do you use condensed milk at your
houseV' "I guess so. We order a
quart a day, and the milkman
squeezes it itto a can that holds about
a ilnt."


FOR SALE--Sorrel horse, 8 years
old. Will work anywhere. Bargain
for caah. Apply at News office.

WANTED--You to buy your gar-
den seed for fall planting from Ed-
wards store.

squares, also posts in large or small
quantitlea. Geo. W. Hyde, Crys-
tal Rives, Fla. -

FARM FOR SALE--20 acre farm
three miles from Ocala, in Marion
county. Good 6 room house. High
hammock land. Apply at News
WANTED-You to know that you
ean getthe "VERY BEST BREAD"
made--in Crystal River.
SOB RSALE--"Thre Very Best"
Sead. Weaver's Bakery. Fruit
aM a pfeelalty. .



And For Three Samers Mrs. Vi-
cent Wu U le to Attend to
AyofB Her Hoaeirk'

Pleasant Hill, N. C.-"I suffered for
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadful pains In my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on me, I
would have to give up and lit down,
until it wore off.
I was certainly In a dreadful state of
health, when I finally decided to try
Cardul. the woman's tonic, and 1 firmly

believe I would have diM 11I lI
taken it.

other prame altepS wr."
CardullIs purely ei
acting. Itslgedle t gA I
effect on the womal
Cardul makes for Ianfe rei em,
Improves the appetite, tM onesup4 e-
vOL* System, and help te t p|
sallow chueek, resh aimwn,.
Cardul hasu helped mare a ulmN
weak women, during tde pot 0yl t
It will surely do for you, wlk I*
done for them. Try CanrdllMy.
Writ o: Chattsnes MMMN ek, ad.
viory Dept.. Chtihnop, er.. Sw
ructonrar on cyur ca seani d mwen.
Trst~wet for W man, sm b Oft w= .*J4

A Novelization of Eugem Wlbwr's
Famous Drama b Websf e Dminm

SPRETTY, young wife wants Afins dl ob
and a luxurious living; her bu
cannot afford to give them to bu
estly. He finally satisfies her desires at the st
of his honor and in the end he pqay wAs p P'
You've seen this situation yourself U ~00 .
A big, gripping, realistic story that bhi""
the theme without gloves-a stud ing pietwdo
the extent to which the lust for -o mlt I""g-
rich-quick idea-spreads its poison tht% -do
whole structure of chaiacter.

Our nJext Serial

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John i. Kian, county survey.
or,,of Leseto was in town shak.
Ing hands with friends last Fri.
Mr. and Mlr. 4d Oonklin have
moved over near the orate mill.
W. W. Kin'of Dunnellon, was
a Friday visitor of last week.
The election passed off very
qtdy last eTuesday.
Bieet King of Locanto was in
town Satqrday.
A. D. Potter of Invernes, was
interviewing the trade here Fri-
Mr. and Mrs. Limbaugh, Mr.
and Mrs. Vann and Mr. and
Mrs. Beall, of lInverness motor.
ed over last Thursday.
A car load of ties were ship-
. pad by the Orystal River Lum-
ber Oo. last week.
* Mr. William Hadsock of New.
berry, is visiting his son and
daughter, Mrs. W. S. Paul and
Mr,. iAOek.
T*ee, will be reaching at the
Methodist church h re unday
mo.ialsadnighkt, by the ps-.
tor, gW, M 10. B.
Oircuitcourt convenes at In-
verpes oext Monday.
Mr. Baisliy Sharpia of 'Vedar
Keys b aug Mr. W,W. Archi.
bal usOr oP Friday Mr.

4 do, ha, been i sevhal
S days he.this week.
Mr. mas~oe Oato came over
from hasabowltika, Wednes-

L J. .Knight of Ojearwater,
wa in Isw Wednesdav.
Hallow'een Festivities at Dun-
nelloo, were attended by Oapt.
snd Mls. 0. T. Howard, Miss
Stshalsdd, Menrs. M. Fein-
i* f Mulrris Osborn, Travers
Hough, Harvey Edwards, Boy
1bopah, and Toy Aleo,
Mr. Dempsey .Mato motored
over to Ocala Wednesday even-

Miss Mary Affieck went up to
Ocala Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ourtis Hay, who
have been spending a week on
the Island, left for their home
in Inverness yesterday.
B. H. King some up from the
Island Wednesday.

Wol. Ed Davis of Orlando, was
here a day or two last week, and
west out to the golf 6d a fishing
trip, with Judge Bullock and J.
P. Philips of Oal4, Friday.
7 Logan Hough of Red Leoel,
'was In Crysal yesterday.

e..was i tra uay..

AA auto party from Inverness
rolled inte town with their ap-
petite betted up to the prop.
p pItk for the ludlous Orytal
S, vr oysters. They were Judge
r' ./e Pol. Dpme and Tom

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If you want good health, a clear uALOMEL DYNAMITES
complexion &nd freedom from Diszt-
neo, Constipation, Blousnoa, MQ lC
eadaesand Indigestion, tak AKE YOU SICK
drive out fermenting and undlrgst-
ed foods, clear the Blood and cur> ea" sis't l To" INT VW LU Tone
Constipation: Only 26c. at yulr Liver
Lo i V f t clean
gTHANKS l dose 0o
Liven up ylr slugish liver Feel
SI wish to express my apprecia- as and ehee ; yukeyour work a Dod
tion to my friend who rmn, and pleasure; be vigorous and full of ambl. medici
The election returns here elected me.to the office of Jus- camel beeaue it makes you damk and o ur
Tuesday were-very light, the twice of the Peace, in Tuesday,s you may lose a day's work. and d
regular ticket carrying, with the Calomel is mercury or quicksilver sweet
regnar ticket carrying, with the election, when I was not even whicL scan er necrois of the bone. Dods
exception of Justice of the Peace a candidate and did not know I Calomel crashes into sour bile like table,
and constable for this district. .dynamite, breaking it up. That's when saliva
n on or i irc. was beingrun until after elec. you feelthat awf nausea and cramping. Million
R. L. Park was elected Justice tion. Listen to mel If you want to enjoy Liver
and Mr. M. G. Wright was elect- the nicest, gentlest liver and .bowel now.
d stable. Respectfully,. eansi you ever experienced just take the s
ed Constable. R R. L.Park., poo l of armlees Dodo.n's Liver entirely
Mrs. Mary Wheeler left here
Thursday afternoon for Tampa New Zealpndere Fond of Tobane. Ink spots.
to undergo an operation. She New Zealanders consume morethBa These troublesome stains may be re.
was accompanied by her mother, seoen pounds of tobacco poe capital p moved by as application of equal Irsl
Mr. T. aey, and he phy parts of clilro sM and eream of tIr- fayver
Mrs. T. 8. arvey, and her phy tar melted on a late. Mix and rub oh .d

siciau Dr. G. A. Dame.
and posts, small or large quantities. Al
Write us your wants. George W. Hyde, -
Crystal River, Fla.
Charlie Willis is remodeling That's Weaver's Busine
the Miller store which is now oc-
cupied by the Pioneer Mercan-
tile Company and putting it in Carter Venie]
tip top shape. The Pioneer
Mercantile Company will mov -
the stock at Edwards store to Pratical Shoe
the brick building, when com-
pleted, and they will have one Repairer
9f the nicest stores in Crystal ,
Mr. Ben R. Leigh of Jackson-
ville, arrived yesterday to take All Work Guarante
a position with the Crystal River
Drug Co. Mr. Leigh is a druggist Prices Reasonable
and pharmacist of wide experience
and comes highly recommended. Set GCitrus Ave., Near IDru
Mr. J. H. Baxley of Lakeland, ----
has purchased the Pedicok place fw I i
at Oitronnelle consisting 0 Iof1 JN

oharehu*maday fttte~r 4t 6So,
All are avited .to ttend,
W. M. Everett, a prominent
farmer of Hed Level, was in Crys-
tal Rtiveryesterday and called at
the News office. He left us a
couple of the largest sweet pots-
toes we have seen this year, the,
two of them weighed five and a
quarter pounds.
Miss Oarrie Hoy entertained a
numder of her little friends o-i
Monday afternoon most delight
fully from four till six. T uo o -
casion was the celebration of her
thirteenth birthday, and the
dainty little hostess received
several tokeli of love from her
friends. Delicious peach ice
cream and wafers were served
during the afternoon and all left
wishing Carrie very. many more
and very happy birthdays.
A slight cough often becomes
serious. Lungs get congested, Bron-
obcal Tubes fll with mucous. Your
vtality is reduood. You need Dr.
Bells Pine-Tar-Honey. It soothes
your Irritated air p aagea, iooe4n6
mucous and makes your system
resist Cold. Lve the Baby and
Oblidren Dr, Bell's Pine-Tar- oney.
It's Ruaraneed to help ltem. Only
Is. at your Druggist.

*ateIYrly C 'Ore

The Quarterly Conference of
the Orystal River Oircuit will
convene at Bo-nosast at 2 p. m,.
Saturday Nov. 14th. Preaching
on Saturday q. p. m.., and onba.
day at 11,. m. and 7. m. m* P.
R. Bridges, P. E. will be present
and will conduct these services.
U. 8. Edi-OWo.

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*Memoirs (

I Tkhw Volmea \
This man caused the
general European war.
His personal memoirs, wri
by his secretary, Baroa
Meneval, are full of the f
absorbing incidents, especially
view of the present great Eu
pean struggle.
Jut a hundred years ago, his ai
tlons bathed the Continent In a a
blood. France alone under his I
Ship, fought Germany, Rusia, Au
Italy, and Great Britain-aid wve
Get these Memoi
ByIpeeil arangemnt with the
lishen of COLLlBRA The Natl
Weekly, we are eabled to offer a
tsed number of these three-volum
of the Memoirs of Napoleon frav
a year's subscriptloa to Collier's
this paper. Theoffe Isstictlyllmi
-to get advantage of It yeo mus

Sherlock Holmes Stories
Exclusively in Collier's
All the Medek Huim eI d e HWlg d I
1911 will be idmt i edmlmv in CU- l,.
Th last-slsm" pfmteso vof n hNeus
WM will owm vev week k Ii n atsosMeial
em.s .d. Cmers.'.
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Io shet sM imS .l hnm.
Mu ale all" &mlay diwhrde il widely

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over the stails a
carefully. la almao
will disappear at
Jury to the color.
been laundered m
treatments before
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Road to Som
e Everything we
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never enter other
some road of stud
to get joy out of bo
trees. By the har
a man learns to go
day living.



tonight. Yar druggist or dealer
you a 50 cot bottle of Dodsom's
Tone under my personal momy
guarantee that each spoonful will
your slug ish liver better than a
f nty calomel fad that it wont
you sick.
son's Liver Toe is real liver
ine. You'll know it next morning
o you will wake up feeling fine,
liver will be working; hneadahe
liiness gone; stomach will be
and bowels regular.
son's Liver Tone is entirely vege-
therefore harmless and can not
te. Give it to your children.
na of people are using Dodson's
Tone instead of dangerous calamel
Your druggist will tell you that
ile of CaloIl Is almost stopped
y hers.

One Cause for Rejoicing.
h Doctor-Well, I've knocked the
r out o' him, anyhow. Wife-
otnr don nou think there is an

ad then wash out hope? Doctor-Small chance, I'm
at all cases the Ink afeard, madam; but you'll have the
once without la- satisfaction of knowing that he died
Stalks that have cured.-Detroit Saturday Night
nay require several
they yield.-Wom-
Anoestral Pride of the Future.
"One of my forefathers was a signer
thing Better. of the Declaration of Independence."
endure patiently is "That Is something," replied Mrs.
g beautiful we could Voteby Gumm. "But think of the
wise. By the toll, proud satisfaction with which my
ly a scholar learns great-great-granddaugbters will point
oks and stones and to the fact that one of their fore.
d road of discipline mothers was a militant suffragette."
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Italy, groecI ld Bai States Are New
Expected To Be it ed lli
ThiM Nities


Grave Fears Are Felt For Safety Of
Christians in Turkey-Masseacre
Is Threatened

The war situation in Europe has de-
veloped a number of new difficulties
within the past week. Turkey has
entered into the great game and made
her introduction into hostilities by
shelling two Russian towns. The bat-
.U tJe along the Yeer between the allied
armies and the Germans has sunk into
a lull due to the fact that the sol-
diers of both opposing armies are ex-
hausted after days of constant fight-
Much concern is being felt in this
country over the entrance of Turkey
into the European war. It is gener-
ally believed by the war department
officials of this country that Turkey's
warlike attitude will ultimately mean
that Greece, Italy and the Balkan
States will be drawn into the conflict.
A very grave danger is said to be
facing the Christians in the Ottoman
empire. According to the latest re-
ports from Turkey the people are stir-
red with a hatred for the Christians
within their borders and an uprising
and massacre is greatly feared. This
will place the United States in a deli-
cate position, for there are thousands
of Americans in Turkey who must be
It is the unanimous 4blief of the al-
lied powers that Germany was the
guiding hand in the hostile move made
by Turkey. The leading newspapers
of London predict that this will mean
the complete overthrow of the Turk-
is empire and that when the war is
ended Turkey, as a government, will
be no more. Italy is expected to take
a prominent part in the subduing of
the Turks, while Greece, it is believed,
will not lose another opportunity to
crush her oldtime enemy.
In East Prussia and Russian Poland
the Germans are not faring so well in
their campaign against the Russians.
Dispatches from Berlin admit that the
German armies were forced to retire
from before Warsaw. The Russian ad-
vices say that the retrAt of th ,Oer-
m- m t 4 C tr-fttW6 &' ariot and the
Russian arms are inflicting heavy
losses upon the fleeing Germans.
The secon&tuprising In British South
Africa, which was led by General
SChristian DeWett and General Chris.
tian Frederick Beyers, promised for a
time to be more serious than the first,
but that at the present time it had
been greatly subdued. Premier Bo-
tha, the British leader In South Af-
rica, issued a proclamation call*
upon the people of the Union to as-
staist the government to suppress any
revolt that may arise against the moth-
er country.
failuree, for the ime at least, re-
sulted in the attempts of the Ger-
mans to secure command of the sea-
ports along the coast of France. In
the event that the kaiser determined
upon an assault on England, the pos-
session of the seaports along the
French coast, together with the com-
mand of the Antwerp, Ostend and the
Belgian coast, would prove invalua-
The fighting in the region of the sea
coast has been the most severe since
the Germans invaded Belgium.
Day after day the Germans have
hurled great masses of troops against
the lines of the allied armies but each
time they were repulsd. It is said
by military experts that the very safe-
ty of England depends upon the abil-
ity of the allied armies to hold the
Germans in check and defeat their ef-
forts to gain command of the sea-
When the armies of the kaiser push-
ed onward towards the coast of Bel-
gium and began fighting their way
in the direction of the French coast,
the lines of the allies were quickly
shifted. The left wing of the allied
-- armies in France was extended until
.. it reached to the sea. It was then
; that the British fleet played such an
Important part In the struggle against
the Germans. The fire was so territ-
Ie that the Germans were compelled
to Withdraw further inland.
German Bombe Kill Women
K1,- ~ London.-Two German aeroplanes
r^ dropped two bombs at Betbane,
.,.Frane, aecordin to the correspond.-
:' enats of the Dally Mail The first tailed
to explode, but the second, which fell.
mesal market women, killed nineteen
o, ti e m, and Injufared forty others. Two
,, b ombs were also dropped at Dunkirk,
mon the same day from a Tanbe a -
".' ,hineM, ,.000 feet up Ia the air, A worn-.
and child were killed and all the
w.'d ows in the nelbhbohood were
-' meshed. The women of the town
sue terllped

Allies Advancing At Year
Paris.-The following official com-
munication was issued:
"In Belgium, according to the latest
advices, there is nothing to report In
the region of Nisuport or DiLmude.
"On our left wing the enemy has di-
rected violent attacks against the
front of the British troops and on the
two banks of the La Bassee canal with-
out any success.
"There has been a recrudescence of
activity in the region of Rheims and
along the heights of the Meuse at the
south of Freenes-on-Woevre."
Paris.-The French official an.
nouncement given out in Paris says
that the forces of the enemy which
had passed the River Yeer ave been
compelled A.l witkdraw-. Al o"*
inutndhtids of the loweauo ntwy
about by the Belgian army.
The text of the communication is as
"On the extreme left Inundations
brought about the Belgian army in
the lower vallew of the River Yeer
have compelled the forces of the ene-
my which has passed this river to
withdraw. They were subjected to a
violent cannonade b ythe Belgian and
French artillery during their move-
ment of retreat.
"The Germans endeavored to deliver
very uIolent counter attacks on the
French and British army corps which
are progressing to the northeast and
to the east of Ypres. At the end of
the day our troops had, notwithstand-
ing, continued their forward move-
ment in the direction which had been
assigned them and had also taken pos-
session of various points of sfapport.
"The British troops, assailed at sev-
eral points to the north of LaBassee
by superior forces, resumed the of-
fensive with energy and reconquered
to a considerable extent the terrain
yielded to the enemy. At several oth-
er points on their line of combat the
British troops repulsed the attacks of
the Germans, inflicting on them import-
ant losses.
"On the remainder of the front there
has been no general action, only par-
tial offensive movements on our part
as well as on the part of the enemy.
We have made progress almost every-
where, notably before certain villages
between Arras and Albert, upon the
heights of the right bank of the Alsne
down stream from Solssons and here
and there along the Meuse to the north
of Verdun."
South Afrisca Rebellion Broken
London.-Col Conrad Brihs, who has
been engaged in suppressing the re-
bellion started by Lieutenant Colonel
Marits, in northwest Cape Province,
reports that the invasion of the cape
has finally been broken, according to
a Capetown dispatch to Reuter's Tele.
gram company.
Protests Against U. Paseesports
Wasblngton.-Complaint that many
rmans posing as British subjects an
r ing passports ot of Germany
from American diplomatl agents was
at the state department by lor
Cecll Spring-Rice, the British ambs.
eador. Information has resabed the
embassy that many allas have crose
ed the channel to Bngland with pase
ports obtained by mismrepr tatom.
Acting secretary of State Lansint said
the American officials in Germany
would be eanmead to axerelse Tt-i

Turkey Enters Into War
London.-The complications of the
.European war have been increased by
the entrance of Turkey into the con-
flict on the side of Germany and Aus-
tria. After the Breslau had bombard.
ed Theodosla, Russia, Turkish destroy-
ers sank the Russian gunboat Donets
in Q essa harbor, and damaged three
Russian and one French merchant-
No official declaration of war has
yet been made, but Turkey's action
seems to make it probable that the
area of the conflict may be greatly wid-
ened. The Balkans present such a net-
work of hostile infereata that Greece
and the other Balkan nations may be,
Greece, is bt iedal, will likely be
the first state now neutral to throw
her weight against the Ottoman army.
Bulgaria holds a remarkable position.
She is bound to Russia by racial ties
and to Great Britain by-Obligations
for diplomatic support in the last war.
Her interests and sentiments are vio-
lently hostile to both Turkey and
Christianse i Turkey In Danger
London.-There have been great
manifestations in Damascus, Asiatic
Turkey, in favor of a war against
Christians, and especially Great Brit.
ain, according to a dispatch to the Ex-
change Telegraph from Athens. The
massing of Bedouins along the Egyp-
tian frontier, the dispatch adds, Is be-
ing continued.
1,000 Austrians Taken Prisoner
London.-The Petrograd correspond-
ent of the Exchange Telegraph com-
pany sends the following: I
"It is officially announced that on
the east Prussian front hard fighting
continues. Persistent German attacks
have been repulsed.
"Beyond the Vistula the enemy's
rear guard has been hard pressed by
the Russians on a trout extending
from Lods to Zwichost. The Russians
captured heavy guns and several aer-
Russian Ports Bombarded
London.-The Russian gunboat Do.
notes was sunk, a part of the crew
were drowned and the others were
killed or wounded by the Turkish tor-
pedo boats which raided the fort of
Odessa, according to a message to
Lloyd's agency. The Russian steam-
er Lasaroff, Witlas and Whampos and
the Frensh steamer Portugal were
damaged by sheft li sa 4 number
of sailors killed or wounded. Shells
also were Ied on the suburbs of Odes:
sa, near a number of oil tanks, but
the tanks were undamaged. A sugar
factory, however, was bit. Some civil-
ians also were killed- or injured by
the hells.
Pitiable Pllght Of selgfla
Bruels.-walwa mesaces nearly
seven million personas In Belgium un-
leo they noeive immediate help trom
the outsMde. Brand Whitlook, Amer.-
san miistr, issrt that Iee than
two weeks' food suppIl remalasa ein t
len, while eeadltleas in country dl.
*trtts are woNe. Hss reports tro Na.
aom, Louvainl ad Lile say a in t
dimes tles are wor than L Bruasses
Nearly half the people. who have .
malned i Belgium re wandering
helplly from towa tow t eeml
belter with Mlead an d r*tlvee



Frami, l rIny M knsia Niptist
fo large L ea m lh Ti lte


In This Country For The Purchase Of
Great Quantities Of War

Washington.-Credit loans by Amer-
lcan banks to belligerent countries are
viewed as private transactions by the
Washington government and adminis-
tration officials will not Interpose
their influence against such transac.
This was learned on the highest au-
thority, after it became known that
German financiers were contemplating
establishment of a credit loan In this
country similar to the ten million
credit fund negotiated by the National
City Bank of New York and other
bankers for France.
The decision of the administration,
it was said, may lead to the pur-
chase In the United States of fifty
million dollars' worth of supplies by
Russia and an equal amount by Ger-
many. Details of the expected trans.
actions are lacking here.
High administration officials insist
that President Wilson has not changed
the view he announced at the outbreak
of the war, that the loaning of money
to belligerents would be 'inconsistent
with the true spirit of American neu-
trality." A distinctionn was drawn by,
officials, however, between the loans
referred to at that time, such as bond
issued offered for public sale, and cred-
it transactions Intended as a checking
'account against the purchase by bel-
ligerents of foodstuffs and supplies
from American firms.
The president realizes that this gov-
ernment has no legal right to oppose
loans of any character, nor is there
any obligation of international law for.
bidding them. During the Russo-Japa-
nese war loans were floated for Japan
in the United States through public
bond issues. The president is under-
stood, however, to regard that form of
loan as liable to stir up ill-feeling ant
Officials have decided to retrain frot
d:scusiang loaN s the poltio. at -
governaent AJ'trW *j

McAdgo o eids JMtbr T4 Sa9*-w
Urging Completion Of Cotton Pil
Washington. Secretary McAdoo
made public a letter he has sent to -
clearing houe..chairmen throughout
the country urging support of the
$136,000,000 eottbu loan fund. He said
the cotton situation presented a prob.
lem "of the most urgent character,"
and declared his conviction that
prompt subscription of the loan fund
wguld "be productive of immensely
beneficial results." The contemplated
acceptance of subscribers' certificates
as a basis for emergency currency is-
sues, he added, "should greatly fa-
cilitate the banks in making and tak-
ing care of their subscriptions."
More replies favorable to the loan
fund plan reached the federal reserve
board, but members of the board
pointed out that consideration by
clearing house associations and then
by individual banks might delay final
action in the matter for several days.


Railroads Are Authorized By Commis-
sion To Continue Present Rates
Washington.-Freight rates through.
out what is known as "Southeastern
territory"-that. part of the country
east of the Mississippi and south of
the Potomac and Ohio rivers-were
affected by a decision announced by
the interstate commerce commission.
Ip a decision, supplemental to that
announced several months ago, con-
cerning applications of carriers for re-
lief from the operation of The long-
and-short-haul provision of the law,
with respect to class sand commodity
rates from all sections of the South
to destinations in the South Atlantic
and Gulf states, the carriers in most
instances were authorised, under spec.-
ified restrictions, to continue exiting
class and commodity rates, which are
mainly higher to intermediate points
than to more distant ponlats.

Another Uprisieng In Haiti
Washlngto.-The battleship Kan.-
ses and the transport Hancoak with a
full regiment of marines aboard were
swiftly plowlx through southern sea
.bound for Haitian waters as anad-
ministratio step for the protection
of American lttsens ald other for-
e*lersa in tht turblulet republic,
Pora-Priso, capital of Mal,. new
held by the rebels, was the detla-
tiesof both vesls, the Kanses bay.
In beenh ordered from Vera Cm asnd
oe Bmecek tr Dealmatuea waters.

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the are.Vnc. of AJJ
Turkiah-bknd Cprtw

o,- no ,,

Mexican Authorities Make blesovefleo
of Parts of Bodies of Maximilial
and His Generals.

The heart of Gen. Tomas Mejtf '.
fragments of the bodies of r malik
Maximilian and General M .
all of whom were exeuted ta'sir
on the Cerro de la Caum s,
side the city of Queretaro, wl
imllian surrendered t0"er
forces of President Jupre, Wi* 'f
recently in a search which ae
by the constitutlonalst atntqlMS
of the library of the bose of LI
Garcia Pimentel, in Call de
No. 8.
The house of Garcia Plaetesl U
present occupied by
84n3hes. When the
authorities were gong
lbrary of this residetA,
vearr of what tey
they ss upon t the-
*U&~ *we ohroiiaf Sff~l

-f th*
rfrOQ him 6Y ar 1Wu They ly w be
to m OeM. It sad.by Is ,I'
thodtlee -Mexloanti~ald ', -.

Affinities may be all
place, but they seldom makes.
the kitchen.,

PRK--Q MAW :'^' ,
Coffee Weight o Ol A

When people relies th
effeRts of o@ee and the
health that Poetum san hbrtn
usually glad to lead their t
for the benefit of othem '"
"My mother, since her eear
hood, was an inveterate oo'e '
had been troubled with her heart r1*
number of years and complained 4'e
that 'weak all over' feeling and i .. ..
"Some time ago I was makuinga
vls)t to a distant part of the U e dlw
end took dinner with one of c td -
merchants of the place. I notI44 a
somewhat unusual flavour of th '
fee' and asked him concerning
replied that it was Postum. 'y
"I was o pleased With it that,
the meal was over, I bought a
to carry home with am, sad bdiW '
prepare some for the next eal. The
whole family were so wel pleas "
with it that we discontinued mes ,/
used Postum entirely.
"I had really been at times
anious concerning my mother's."
dieton, but we natleed that after '. .
Postum for a short time, s ltS" .'
much better than W edid ul.e T'~ *
us, and had little trouble
heart, and no sick teao ;- .
headAohes-were not as
her general oeedition a '
This continued unl she w".#

"I know Postum has
sel and the other members ihe
fly, but not la so orUed 4a
in the case my mother, a
victim 01 lon stndeai" MdI
by, PoMtu Co., ttIe Co .l
Poetm couem in two r-f O l

boilld. ISOSad t eo k -. t .

der. A tAsPgmg -igMRBes
in a cMap ot at water l

as eat per e ,-'e -,
-b at't hea* '-'-e.sia
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m --- really think it li becopming, Bobt To you were buying this place, I might you win like that. I have them mad W L D UC L
know, it is the Brat one I have h hahave saved you some momey." for me." -
for s year. I mean, a whole new one." "Then I wish so too." He arose, walked over to the bufet
know," responded Bob, "you ought Dick returned from the kitchen and, leaning an elbow against it, stood
gill" to have more of them. But what can a where he had gone with some of the looking Intently at Reynolds.
husband do when the system is against relics of the feast He saluted the -
Shim? Pretty ine looking girl, h, new comer and spoke oordially. CHAPTER VI.
Diek?" "How do you do, Mr. Brand? We -- $&LOA$
A -' V1 "Just as fine as they make them. meat dgat. Gum you're a little sur- The System at Work. --
Wouldn't she make a great queen of pried to an me out here." John Brand was the Incarnation of 40b
Mi -a^-i aNthe Reds?" "No, net at all. One can expect to twentieth century prosperity; scrapu- gIMs
W I -r'eiwnamu No, thank you," said Jane; "but I And a reporter anywhere, though you lously, almost imposligly clean; 1m-
appreciate the proffered honor." are a little way from home." maculately groomed. Physically he
o She stooped and kissed her husband. "It'l sort o' home right here for would have passed muster anywhere.
q He looked up at her. "I tell you there me, Mt. Brand, I suppose you came to He was only thirty-five years old, yet
must be something to that old proverb, discuss som business with Reynolds." he had the bulk that suggested not
i-. lmi 'J1ne feathers make fine birds,' "' he "Why, not directly. You know Bob alone avoirdupois, but substantiality
said. and I went to Cornell together and al. and maturity of mind. His keen gray TOW OA sATB MOIST BT
SJP "Something to it," answered Dick. though It's a little late, I thought we eyes, the firm, decisive lines of his WAIWO A W. L DWOLAU S Ai .
I=H Ui DNNOW N "Nine million dressmakers live on It." alght renew the acquaintance. We al- face, the poise and calm assuredness vs M
"You know, Bob," continued his ways had a pleasant sort of rivalry of movement, bespoke strength; abso-d. "ft
0 wife. "I just had to get that hat. The from geoetry to football, eh, Bob?" lute control of self and mastery of Z..~ 'iS'
old one had been twisted, and turned, "TYes Indeed. You might call It others. Inherent shrewdness was
A.C. & .i uand worn until It was almost falling to that." yelled behind a mask of genial good
ieces NOP pe." "Oh, what a memory," Isauhed fellowship and franknesa of speech. ASe
"Yes, I know it. What of It? Why Brand. "You aee," hi esoatnued, ad- He was the type that any man con-
Mr. ad Mrs. Reynolds mov Into their shouldn't you get a now one?" dressing ck, "he usually got the best ducting great enterprises would have y .
4s1. S1. a low-M1 r0 down bessne. "Well, Bob, there is another confes- of e, especially in athletics." welcomed as a colleague and feared as
a jibe, ea Sls before the househovt slon comlng and I Just won't fib to "I eas believe that," Dick responded a rival. John Brand spelled uccees. Parliamnt "Palae.
eat I orde r. p in .Dick you. I saw this In the window, and bluntly. "He is still pretty oefflicient in He had sought it, encompassed It and It Is said that the new home of
IM w end mes the thahL T. e I got reckless and lost my head, and- that repeat. We amuse ourselves with corralled It The doctrine of the sur* Australia's national parliament at the
,i e0atio inolt their horns I didn't pay the butcher. But you boxtls gloves now and then, and I vival of the Attest, he held a.cred. It federal capital city of Canberra will
with at oelt e wa is. won't be angry with me, now that you can testify to his prowess. Uf you was .his Ml sus el and his Bible. be a "palace." Provision is being
Sb b m-- r n eo sat adce mee how pretty the hat is, wil you? I gentlemen will ezouse me I will step He apotheoisead hlmelf and his kind made In the new building for aco*m-
inner~,i Bob. os n wanted It so bad had needed t, tooe, down to the corner for awhile." and actually believed the world was modating 300 members In the house of
a fm haemmin s k arrhes and I was afraid it would be gone if "Why?" inquired his host. better off for the breed. Modern representatives, and 150 in the senate.
oU 4. DBobwa ors 1oo1b I wanted till I saw you and told you "Well, coolddently, that old Dutch. methods of manipulation and chIlca- The fact that women have the vote
*t sew a oumi ar of "the system." about It" map nearly pt me out of business a*ery be looked upon, not as an impedi- in Australia, and are eligible for elec-
o expMted to call. Reynolds looked distressed. He took week agaand I have sworn revengeo" ment. but as an accelerating spur to tion to the federal parliament, has not
two or three steps across the room and "How's that?" asked Brand. progress. Failure was the only sin been overlooked. The means of ac-
CHAPTER V. turned back toward his wite. "Pinochle. Thee ais something com. he knew. cease to the chambers are to be so de-
i "No, dear, I am not going to be Ing over me now that feels like a hun- He looked quissically now at the signed that all members may be able
the Bird's lirst Plumage. cross; I am Just sorry, that's all. U I dred aces. If you want me, Bob, I'l cheap cigar his host had given him to respond to a call on three minutes'
"Jane," Reynolds called, "come in had the money you could have a mil- be in that back room wrestling with a and then around at the modest fur- notice. Public accommodation will in-
dmave us frona devastation. The red lion hats. I don't know anything in double deck, a fat Dutchman and a nlshings of the room. elude reading rooms, studies, and oor-
bl las up and Dick is skating to perdi- the world that would give me mor stein of Pilsener." "You haven't been very prosperous respondence room. So that members
Usa. pleasure than for you to have pretty Dick stopped towards the door. since you left school?" he asked. "I may obtain recreation, 14,000 square
S"'Coming now," she answered, and things, for I know how dear nloe "Bay, you had better put on your had the idea that you had money up feet of space is being devoted to bil-
apWtieId tI a charming house gown. things are to a gttl's heart. But I coat," suggested Brand, "It's cold out- there." hard and other rooms. For the of-
O(iming It looked tothem, anyway, haven't got the money, that's all. You side." Bob's cheeks burned. It seemed to ficlal reporting of the dolngs of the
ad he"r husband embraced her. remember when we were married up. The reporter turned with a smile him that Brand's address was not only parliament, about twenty rooms will
I kntw you'll excuse me, Dick," she state five years ago, we both agreed and held out his hands. "No, thank businesslike, but unnecessarily blunt. be set apart. The building is to cost
a1 -"You're sauch an old friend that that what we wanted most was a home you," he said, "I have my gloves. But he answered coolly enough: $5,000,000.
4'tf have to dress for you." and we finally got this place. Now, Good night." "No, you see, an old aunt of mine
M EDWg? What do youea call that 4d twice a month they are at the door for "Known him long?" asked Brand as took care of my education. About the RESINOL WILL SURELY
3I ktM ae stasan s of sartorial art?" the money, and ift I should miss one the door closed. time I graduated she died. I've been STOP THAT ITCHING
MW1t* # a picture, Dick. But payment we'd lose everything. I've '"Bver since Jane and I have lived working pretty hard trying to got
fitt'' be it. And It woant never told you how hard it Is for me to here. He's the one close friend we along the best I could. I've married hat blessed rellet The moment
ie iear anyof your socialist tendeon- meet that obligation. I have met It have. Almost like one of the family, and bought this little home, but it's sol Wotment touches itching skin,
e, willIt?" so far, and if it comes through all and whenever anything goes wrong hard to keep it up. pitching stop and healing begins
"" fqw e, that's crsel. There'' right well have, some part of this old he just sweeps In and clears up the The millionaire's answer to this That is why doctors and heaprlincribed it
i b4WIug I cdondone n the mO Mdter Barth. That's why I can't buy sky." statemspt was brutally sententious. That is successfully ornineteen years in even
' system and that that y o hats. I'd like to, Jane, but I can't "Tes. he seems like a jolly fellow, "Guess you can't be much of a bus s veruccessfully for nineteen years n even
UP da ,lo0 W tl@ M Of et aad I am Merry.",. but he does a lot of talking. Where's es man" he said. At least, buying the tottev er; rinest, stubgworm, rases of and
V% t =3 fd Truly r *tant now, Jane walked you wife, Reynolds* this kind of a house the way you ma, totter; ringworm, h e and-eru
11 tto her hub add S lide ad as arm "Lylag dews. She went to the the*. have isn't good buness. I heard a other torm.h the help o warm bath
., t p"-: ter this afternoon and it w Ws ii o fellow say one time that every.install- tionu. With the help of warm bathe
Stern this aftt oo ad on your homt w or little r with rsain0l soap, realol ointment re
611,ue tooiekSAWke pttn anil stores the akin or salp to perfect
-a of pn g lho as n esto wasn't heaItAL nd comfort, 4 ui5 ly., easily and
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& .. ..Bd 'm t bd s e a rain tdayt a gilk
Sft",9ea ele these V haven't UY I
5l"A^ pretty wood w ," RP.old. I t. I kpow thit Iam paing mbre for
-' caU ? "A prett. eeeente*L W this place than it's worth and that I'm
swum" walked to the right. m r ather d of some upita "pt o t- A Hone.-Itd
stood looking eut, He turned at IV screws down tighter. But it's the eys. M
length and, sa It addressing hliaelf, "And you can Mord them." tern that's wrong, Brand, not me, I a
declared: "She looked wonderful in "Right againn: want apiece of the earth to which I ov
that hat. Why can't I dress her up Bob arose and walked over the side. am entitled. I want to feel that there
those that are not half as pretty?" asked as he searched for his surplus the pavement that your stock watered
Dick crossed to his friend's side and stock of mosquito killer lan one of the cement company built. Your cement -- 15W
put his hand on his shoulder. "I drawers. will crumble up and blow away, but .e a
have told you why, if you ask me, but "Thanks, I don't mind if I do.f" this half-acre of ground will be here
you any I'm theorislg. Now, call it Bob tendered a cheap Havana which for me and for my children. Why, A A orsit
theory 'it. you want to, but here you Brand lighted with diculty. any man who is worth anything In our
asea practical demonstration of it. "Say, John," inquired the host, "what socialorder of things has this longing Bro
The system doesn't allow you to dreams ever became of Squinty Dalton Re. for the soil. Everyone knows it; you towS
your wives up unless you pay for t, member him?",, know it. That's why you bought stock oun
and ybu can't pay for it unless you're "That little quarter back" asked the Utopan Ld company. We th :
in the system. Sometimes It dreeaes the millionaire casually. trimmed. Of coume we are. We pipe Kiasd
them up for you f they're pretty, but He spoke in a bored sort of a voice and you sing, but how are we going
this particular case doesn't belong in as if the memory of the little freckled- .to hemlp it? ..., ..... abrf o
that category, Now, you back up, old faced hero of their school days was The mtilonaire laughed. "I've heard
fellow; we're better off here dipping something to be flecked away, lightly t ,our frel- d Me.nwd. hsu m to e reu
into this cold'relic of the pladerbund's as the ashes af hi iegar. There was me your fr end Me h""as made a d fnd
generosity with nothing but this bun. a time, however, when Brand's chest ohandt But o"o ,n,, lds p. bee n d e
galow to cover us than all those big had swelled with pride because of this nd to stop Reynolds' reply. "You hapS 5ol be
fellows put together. You'T got love mite of grit and muscle had honored asked me how you can help it. I'm as wi hot b fr hl
here, Bob, real love. When they im- him with comradeship. asd goieg to tell yo. You collect that mp t a
again God does slip love to them it is athletic bonors himself, It meant much you wre .s pretty good friend of mine ow AS
stamped counterfeit from start to to Brand-the friendship of thus at trschooing tWorked your he 'vart and sou D O A N '
lntish. With Jane and yr living for mea; Reynolds, the slashnla half back. out try to et me o the 'varsity OS S
each other as you do yu have got 00 who was a terror to the lines of the "eesh and the eleven't make them
per cet of all the happiness right strongest teams, and Dalton, the great. "Thre's that wonderful memory
here at home in this queutoi msk of eat quarter of his day. As he glanced ain. But never mind. One good
a house" at Retolds now, Brand aw some.- t eag B tver i nd. r SO R E E
He stopped. Renolds was smlag tag that-teclled all this. He road turn deserves another and I 'm reb
athim pp. toy a bb bowsg face; u ^ r OW par. m "for,&at purpose. I am a business Dr. Sam AM
at him. adnIn hii rt's f surprise and per-om that is cmonad
"All right, Bob; you're hlipole. If Mps disdaLt for the led and I handle thlas ftom that 48 reoe s
you can't stand a little s*ocialism, even he asked i less scornful taos: ted O BE CONTINUED.) wth pol. Askr d
when It is mixed with romace,w' h "Wy. what a de you think of (TO m CONNU D.)
let's Wash ti dishes." -. him Lttle NWeek Adia New Name. Ao
The buss f a halting automqbe Oh, I don't know; he used to be Beleving that the name of UtUle
was heard outside. Reylds topped steh a pal of yours. eeing you made Neok is too suggestive of a well. W y OT TY PO0
quickly toward the door. me think of him and I wondered f known clam, eitisens of the town of AU TNA g1
"I guea that's Brand now, Disk." you'd kept up the acqualntanoe." that name In the borough of Queens, AST MA N *E
"Then that' m ncue to vauMae" "No, I haven't seen him in years. New York, bae started a movement vas I Pus s edue
"No. you stay right where ye ar. I ds-'t ,thitk he amounted to much. to have It changed. Herman Venasks.
There he is at the door." I a ana hw w those athletUo star fall a merchant, one of the leader, la the I e so FP
"Hello, Mr. 9reaed" grated Re down when there isay real work to agitation, mid: "The principal a .
nolds. as he threw opem the doo: "'mT e de .- s we why I am urging the change of
glad to er you." Reyaor l lan d. "To don't a, am to that when I go to Manhattan
"Mr. Bran Whyr a JSIhat Hew peA -M to tSAd for that, doyra" or Brookslyn the people ask M the
ae youe, Webt" -- -. -Why, do ea It t p e of cl&ms. Thae there Is a piela
"Frt ranti let *1e have our eM Maybe sd maybe aot That de eaed Oreat Nee, beyond us, and
and hat." pands 11 t poutot iw." -. danger t ona es aelaft. that the
"Thankse; ouite a lomg way aut her W Bran W el desperately at his place Is gBater than ors. Another
isttt ,r e'iar. He a.etied that Reode had neam would be aceeptabs- to us. We
T"Ye It 4a, bt we ad Mt weih met W himm. dt ear what we a rehrimaeaed."
while after we i e ,W4 thia -Wh a' w-eter dent sye" -
1tr 411 view vr g. a f My ast"r he TM After Ath-.
fe.s". "alN- 04=. *" ,,., .. .This,. 1eweet gir graduate 1 011 Is-
areid ghiel iW*41166,4 hr1iu tec oLt a heai letter Mnt year' go ta=e6 an d V Phe
ie Msaid*.'althMah .1a aaa on e M de that heesesepe' Oie ay aftri aat. Se5mb I
s tM sisay. Waish htTAMseewa 4awa bt" nO-me a d. hiNk, Ledleset a Cea m4e .u s aL

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n suW", oDT o ab? ,wsp tj v yn
,a- da the Wedae days on mar o
dar M the ao day the sn dosneat set
ih bOwed. "Such eloquence, ma
"0 1 Mot !e or-guest, should I say?"
.* t lt the array of pickled
.. I N you wl., Diek. You cer-
tai sy aved the day. I never have
10h064"han ungrateful wife to my
SI let just terrible over it. I
s, .'k at all, but was so
Sma the tinee and got
'' late thAt I simply, forgot all
$" th' eHi dinner."
'*.,k" Dick exclaimed. "There you
SM,. th system again; the theater.
Asoir means of the robber class to
.dvewrt the miads of the people from
the real ssue."
S:T l take a little chbeee with that,"
Re P ld interpolated, "and give Dick
me s ore ber. Hope is the system's
adliest fee. .One stein and it Is dl.
mhmnd; two, and It finds a worthy
Asfgt.al: three, and It Is thwarted; tour,
i-s vaanqu ed, ad Afve, t is obllt.
.,sa lDe you should st a job tn

rsr heart" replied the prophet.
"TShe Maseah of a new creed is
Oq,,#he by the proletariat. A great
4aees t have in two household. If I
thew a bomb ene of you would eteh
S M a thik It was Candy."
as.1 s wMd her husbaAd, "getting
tekto th I lave a price of newa .
._- %elubw oed on ma today. He
e athe osa e to daun m e for
bmR. Tweatrsfa fityighK I think
t was. Yeo remember, I gave you
the meAs Moday. I'd let It run over
the l a lt, but that doesn't give
thigh to ask for it twice. I
tou et atand when he got
tIrq to throw him out.
"-,, 'l f a0dthe bill. but.of
-v. *M.'-.ilB ap
t her husebasad.
"a1ca 0, Diesb,61W tis4 .
-wl.treai," she a ld. "You
IMus 4e proved yearslf a savior
a IgIdeeteN bmra-y."
0h teveo r e the windoW seat
a4 f w hat. Then she

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