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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: January 29, 1915
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: VID00074
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'e I.Capital Iles Sa
u rd t after being abs'lt
S ,w~eek making anf..fieia
O M npectionof the drafaage
Sons in the Everglades.
ternor Trammell was asked
,t'" today, egarding the reports ,re.
c ly.published that he may be
a anldate for Congress from the
First Congressional District. In
answer to this inquiry hqestaied:
S"For several weeks pas.; a
number of citisss of the First
District have f4b time to time
depressed a d4eaithat I become
a candidate In 19160for Congress
,' from that District, ind have
sted that they wtet of the
opinion that a good majority of
the people of the District would
'4, -.: lke t46.hve' ie e fr apr nt the
i '.:-DiDshit i .ti ress.
". T'rh eresiqnu' of confi-
denoe and .,he repeated assur-
anees of a. e on, the part bf
a substaner of othe
peopliqg m ~ y g a represent the
D is thv abused me to give
sei ous thog th be matter,
qa& lI had recently aboutreAched
'" eOlelusionw, ..thep
per'timen I woOtdM oIW May
4andidacT for COnfnhe;M tmi tbe


S9ck| ille, "1M; Jait S.:-
'" l-orida State Good Road
Aiiltion desires to advance
i th.terest of Florida i every
way possible," said Secretary
Olarkson today, "and it appreal-
ciates the fact that evqey eat.-
mobile stuck ina pand or mud;
hauled out at.4dsideri le ex-
pense and greqa-digsoimfort, and
then shipped '1fit North, pre-
Tenut al least oie-hundred oth.
ers coming. With State super.
vision of maih highways thoje
conditions can be overcome with-
in the upet year or two.`
"An angle of the road situa-
tion fn Florida not, usually
brought out has been presented
by W. T. Collar, an official of
tho Atlas Portland Cement Com-
pany, who has a winter home in
DeSoto Oounty about seven
miles from Arcadia. His citrus
fruit grove will be in bearing in
about two years, Being a busi.


ness man of wide experience,
Mr. Collar has studied condi-
tions and .makes the following
sstainent conoering the expense
of marketing cropt: "The citrus
fruit zrpwer of Florida pays ap-
proxim4tely ten cents per box to
.W hi.h s fruit hauled from his
p-rove to his nearest packing
house. an average haul of five
*iles, beoanu at the fact that
th, country roads are generally
*improved, :


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W. Kinn
visitor t Ht.urday.
R. B. .Puidon of, 0 a1 wa
tranlsating business here'mre.

1. J. Pyles, accompanied
Messrs. Cook and Day of O0
wege here last Filday. '
': John .&ttlg, OQuntyru8rv-
or. was transacting timweps in
jhe west side of the .ouattW v-
,ral days last week.'
John and Bryan Barnes, who
hrove a nice bunch of beef cattle,
lo Tampa-.for-their father, re.
turned home Thaenday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
Allen, on last friday night,
fine baby boy. Don Is just. the
besthpleased fellow in the county
and he wears a, broad smile all
the time. "'
Quite a crowd of young people
from here attended the marriage
of 0. A. King and Miss Estelle
Priest last Sunday afternoon, at
Red Level. Those going were:
Misses Ruby, Violet and Susie
King and Dacie Allen, Messrs.
W. H., W. 0, and Bennett King.
Their many friends wish thW'
happy couple mnh 'happiness in
their married life. .
I TOUa CRILD sW 0&0o
VBAM OCONlWIPATBi

Lok 1otherl if tmei s te
sleatI N* lttf bowst with Cll".
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Mothers ca rest
"CaItoria S" of
a fw hours n th*
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Red-T itwo to
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Reading -* horle ja Jlay *"Fl
Mrs. m Writers.
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Misa LolaWillis. ,
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Mis1 Lois Willis. P" ... i

Reading-Hym iadwtMAj l,
--Mr. Harvey Bdva(rs.l,, J
Scripture f -manses VUI ert
8389 and aHy%-*Lve T tbo 4sel
Will Not Lek, '000-Miss s
Guess. *, I
Oomments-'(.lCOlraB me st-
Announcemnipte. ,
Song-Beautiful lr. '
League .Benedlon..
A.fOOD WOMpGONn
Mrs. W.. 'wH
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a i'ou+Kr.rsswman direct to pacing houses are ge.
Se e'las Ncoedibter has not rally improved with hard e r.
yet entered upon the service of face, the average cost isapproxi-
his new term. ,. matelv two cents per box.
S" "It seems, though," that ac- "Take the crop of 1914-1915,
- tivities hayve already commenced 8,000,000 boxes of oranges and
Sas to the ucession to Mr.Spark- grape fruit, and multiply this by
man, and that, under the above eight cents (difference in cost of
stated circumstances, the people haul) per box and this will show
of the district are entitled to conclusively that the citnr fruit
know my attitude, arid I will growers of Florida lose approxi.
therefore state that it is my in- mately $840,000 annually because
tention at a later date to become of the fact that their roads are
,a candidate for Congress from not equal to those in California.
the First Florida District. This loss would pay the interest
"Practicallt my entire life at 6per cent, on Ten Million
having been spent in the First Dollars of road bonds, which
Congressional District, and the would go a long ways towards
good people of that district hav. bringing the roads of Florida up
ing always been exceedingly to the standard of the roads of
kind and generous to me, I will California, and as the cities
most naturally esteem it a very growers of Florida are in direct
high be chosen as their competition with the growers of
representative in the halls of California, it is imperative
Congress." : that they take definite steps to
10 MON "0 OiA 'r T" change the unfavorable footing
S70 LIVE AD BOW he now occupies."
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CUliie lk Headashe, Oonstlpatlon. .
llUslouse, Sour *tomeh Bad Quartedl oDteoren D
Breath-Candy Cathartl day 11 a. mn. Preaeo
-- da night, Sandigy
No eds how bad your lver, sto. 7 p. m. The SAQ
a<&, bowels; how much your bea Lord's Supper
how miserabl you aon r s Sppe
eo-Ufmlo iadiuMeflo. biliuoosse teed at the a |e
aad bowele-oyo always *let mornirngr p
Omus c with Casoare. Tls y lamen Morning srvlo* .K
diately ot e sand regulate the stow We urgently
asob, rem the sopt fermmntn oa ofi cil member '
and toul Ss; Ua the oesss bile
from the liver ad arrr ao th coa-. obarge to be pm t
stipated waste matter and polo CO eO
from the lntestlp ad we A y h
iese t boa from xr drmrr t wo organic tdo 6 :"
keep your liver aad bowls eleals the Lard thls r
tomaca sweet d d eleawr ior
asnth They work Y the sta s to
S.. church l
The "Best in Printing' at th1e o' i T
;#A.ffice. 4e e serIew.- S
t beerilber H-R. P. Blocker. P. 0.
00 0* oth G your printing to the
toi or aOy kI twesces, and got the "Quail.
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stofoab, a wr aM mpst
and san" ur e
Ask your drngtst tfor '
tie of "4alifornia Syrp s o fPeIs
contains difstions for babies, qdlu
of all aes and for grown-up^,

Edward Walter Barringlqt,Ph.
D., Pastor. Preachlgq ,ewy
Sunday morning at 11 o'a.0 ,
and eveninga-T o'clock., P r
meeting Wedneday evei a
-7:80 o.clock andcor pr'' c
Friday evening at 7:80 V'f.
Sabbath School at 10 a.m111'
PRIll4TGt'&
Married Sunday, Jitia$ r
1915, at thithgme of te bri s.'
parents,-Red Le r*.1 0
A. King and Miss El P
daughter of Mr. andrs. J.t.
Priest.
The impressive ceremony'fm
performed by Rev. Priso in the
presence of a large number of
friends and relatives of the bride
and gaom.
,jhese popular young people
have many friends throughout
this county who..wish for them
many y"s of' happiness and
property. After congratula-
a ps re extefided the guest
*qiunvr to the dining room,
S ptuoua repast was
o ay after which
amid showers
nverness, where
t ln for Tampa
of interest on a
tour. O their
11 be at home to
Orat C stal River,
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here

ml servrS
manyfr of
ones in
sympathy..

Jacksonvie1t
for the eleven 6 Bel
yesterday's primary e. i
S'Bwearingen 1,M41; Bowdenh 1,
Johnson 1,128; oimnthal t0
mayor. "
For recorder Ackerlyw'easyU
over Price, wHile Anderion won
in the rep for'municipal j*dge,

Turt About.
"Trery huibend ought to makr his
bride a regular allowance from the
tart." said Senator Depw at a wed'
ilag reeeption 16 New York. *TtIs
Ia "it Just" hi eontfueed. "beesMi
t ol the start every bride finds fat
she must outatly made allWaOeM .
for her h.usnbki."
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CRYSTAL RIVR N CRYSTAL RIVER FLORIDA.


Carefutbl vco


Negolet of ohildren'ecolds otls laysthe
fonjdatio of serious la trouble. On
the other kMad, it itos t toon.
ally des dlicate lttle towahswith in.
t ornal stdiis or to keep the chldMa
always Indoors.
Pleaty ofbobh air In tho bedroom ud a
sod appieation ft Vick's "Vap.OBRub"
Is over the throat* and cheat at the firt
sla o trouble, will keep th little chae
b from olds without ijarin their
gmAtios. SSe,oo, or01.00.
S^ ... Sa UivwNt H a raW m M 7m




Its Unpleasant Suggestion.
"My friend, the real estate agent,
v thought he had landed a big political
agent as a tenant for a desirable prop.
erty, but, unfortunately, he scared
him of."
"How?"
"By inadvertently mentioning it had
exposures all around."

GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA
TO DARKEN HER GRAY HAIR

She Made Up a Mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur to Bring Back Color,
Gloss, Thickness.

Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound-
ed, brings back the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, streaked
or gray; also ends dandruff, Itching
scalp and stops falling hair. Years
ago the only way to get this mixture
was to make it at home, which is
mussy and troublesome. Nowadays,
by asking at any store for "Wyeth's
Bage and Sulphur Hair Remedy," you
will get a large bottle of the famous
old recipe for about 60 cents.
Don't stay gray! Try it! No one
can possibly tell that you darkened
your hair, as It does it so naturally
and evenly. You dampen a sponge or
soft brush with it and draw this
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time, by morning the gray
hair disappears, and after another ap-
plication or two, your hair becomes
beautifully dark, thick and glossy.-
Mv.
Extreme Measures.
Knicker-Is Jones on the water
wagon?
Bocker-He has gone in deeper than

That. h ai inTime

IAStitchinTimel


OeMs tevers and rm diseases are
prttY sure to overwork the kidneys and
levg them w k. In ooouvalmeneee, in
fast, at any t ime when upon Is
aroase4 by a lame, aching baek, rheu-
matic le In, headaches., dtadnem or dis-
ordered urine, the use of Doan's Kidney
Pills Is a stitch In tiea that aar avoid
serloue kldneyr 4dease.
No other mediole is so widely used, so
freelr recommended or ma geuerilr sue-
eesstuL
A Tennessee Case


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CMe D.o' s sLat Aar.9 wr% e
D OANDSVKDNZRT
FOff!UIME.U3N CO.* IBUFFAALTo. Y


0. 0. LtSWO,
ear inpecter, Olive
, at., Martin. Tonn.,
A ys: '"I was suf-
fetring from kidney
trouble in its worst
f orm and I couldn't
Sdo much work. It
w as hard for me
to stoop and the
trouble kept get-
tinsg works. Sharp
pains settled In my.
*bdomen and my
Joints got numb. I
doctored. but found
M. lule benefit until
SI ued Doaan's Kid-
m Ft Pills. They
uted ma."


NORTH SEABATTLE


WON BY BRITISH

im1 S nuadr eelsed Its Attept
Tio Rpat Attack 01 Eulisk
Cost

BATTLESHIP ILUECHER SUNK

Kaiser's Fleet Fled, Closely Chased
By British Vessels, To Sfety
Of The Mined Area

London.-An attempt by a German
cruiser squadron to repeat the recent
attack on Scarborough, the Hartle-
pools and other British coast towns
was frustrated by the British patrol.
ing squadron, and in a running fight
the German armored cruiser Blue-
cher was sunk and two German crui-
sers seriously damaged.
The British ships suffered only
slight Injury. So far as is known
only 128 of the Bluecher's crew of 885
were saved.
A battle also occurred between the
light cruisers and destroyers accom-
panying the bigger ships, but the re-
sult of that engagement has not yet
reached the admiralty.
The British were superior In ships
engaged, weight of armament and
speed, and the flight of the German
ships into the mine and submarine-
Infested* field possibly saved them
from further losses.
The Bluecher was a cruiser of 15,650
tons displacement, and although com-
missioned in 1908, was completely re-
rigged last year. She was not classed
as a battle cruiser, but was in the
next class to those formidable fight-
ers. With her were the Derfilnger, Ger-
many's latest battle cruiser, which
had just left the builders' hands and
the battle cruisers Seydlltz and Molt-
ke, the latter a sister ship of the
Goeben, formerly of the German, but
now of the Turkish fleet, which was
recently reported damaged by the
Russians in the Black sea.
The British squadron, commanded
by Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty,
who also was in command at the bat-
tle off Helgoland, last August, consist-
ed of the battle cruisers Tiger, Lion,
Princess Royal, New Zealand and In-
domitable. The first three of these
cruisers mount eight 13.5-inch guns
each, and even the New Zealand and
Indomitable carry 12-inch guns, which
ar8 -""it itha of the Derflinger,
'Tionly on.of the *ehihAt _J.W --
Tf beU'-t i-ic-in.........
Commodore Reginald Tyrwhit, who
also took part in the battle off Helgo-
land, commanded the light cruisers
and destroyers which accompanied
Vice Admiral Beatty's battle cruisers.
German Fleet Fled
The Germans were observed some
time after dawn proceeding in the di-
rection of the Blitish coast. When they
sighted the superior British fleet they
turned and made "at full speed for
home waters, and it was only after
a stern chase that the faster British
ships got within range of them. The
running battle lasted more than four
hours, the firing being plainly heard
in North Holland, where it was Judged
the fight took place north of the Isl-
and of Amel and Schlermonnik-Oog.
The Bluecher, which was slower
than the other German cruisers, fell
behind and succumbed to the heavier
guns of the Lion, which was leading
the British squadron. The other Ger-
man ships got within the mine and
submarine area, two of them in a
badly damaged condition, and it was
dangerous for the big British battle
cruisers to follow,

ROUMANIA PUZZLES GERMANY


Berlin Greatly Agitated O0
S tion Of Army In I
Kingdom

London.-Germany, it
though she has not deliv
to Roumania, has sever
quired from that country
of her mobilisation, which
bring tho matter to a hea
Land fighting in the we
been conaned largely to
gagements, which ,have b
continuous from the sea t
frontier. All arms, howei
engaged In the Argonne,
teaches have been lost
several times within two
Alaoe, where boat sides
forth desperate efforts.


SAmoriea Defnes Its
t@6. Washington.-The Uni
rvtS government Isaed a loen
S It laterpretatlon of thi
Satl of a neutral nla th
wdr, After answering lm
and spcie cabapsS
M- attention to ta4 fact that
$Wme has promptly tai
Groit 'bralm as well
Oagd ewr -fove at 1w
way ha s I aI -po9
ofthis eou this
with an euss ,c a
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DRAG NET PAILS

Drag Net Of Jasksonville Police F aled
To Get Robbers Who Looted
BIg Bank

Jacksonville.-Notwithstanding that
the city and county authorities have
worked unceaisingly, and have had the
co-operation of authorities of practical-
ly every city in Florida, as well as
the Southeast, the bold and clever
men, who robbed a big local bank of
$1,600 in cash, are still at liberty.
Both Sheriff W. H. Dowling and Po.
lice Chief Frederick C. Roach believe
the robbers did not leave the city in
their automobile. They are also In-
clined to believe they are still in
Jacksonville and are in hiding in lo-
cal quarters awaiting an opportunity
to leave by train.
The sheriff and police chief have
agreed that the only hope of captur-
ing the robbers is t6 keep up the
search here, watch the highways and
departure of all trains, and to encour-
age officers of other places to look
out for the men. In the drag net here
several suspects were arrested, but
they easily proved they had no con-
nection whatever with the robbery.
At an early hour the officers who
patrolled the main highways leading
from this city returned weary from
many hours of hard work.
The police automobile which was
chasing a car which was reported to
have gone through Baldwin at a furi-
ous rate, went to Macclenny and learn-
ed that the men in the strange car
lived in Live Oak. The Live Oak car
had been stopped in Macclenny by of-
ficers. The police car then set out
for the return trip to Jacksonville,
picking up Sheriff Dowling and his
deputies whose car became disabled
a short distance from Baldwin.
Various reports came to the police
from citizens who believed that they
had Information concerning the rob-
bers. However, in every instance, the
information was of no valIe.
It fi now believed that there were
three men in the party, two of whom
worked inside, while the third re-
mained in the car in front of the bank
in which they made their get-away.

WOMEN AID STATE FAIR

Florida, Women's Federation Take
Necessary Steps To Aslest In
Big Project

Jacksonville.-The women of Flor-
ida are vitally Interested in a state
fair to be held in Jacksonville, the

p ls of Ylorida can mfet on the
same footing most easily, and, at the
same time, have the exhibits of the
state seen by the greatest number
of people from outside Florida.
Mrs. W. S. Jennlngs, president of
the Florida State Federation of Wom-
en's Clubs, has appointed Mrs. 0.
Brownell of Live Oak, special state
fair representative of the Florida fed-
eration, to visit every woman's club
in the state and speak on the--atter
of the state fair. Mrs. Brownell will
urge the co-operation of the clubs and
of women generally throughout Flor-
ida, to make the fair a success from.
the important standpoint of woman's
work in the home and on the farm,
as well as In the various industries
of the state.
Mrs. Brownell, who herself Is most
enthusiastic over the state fair, will
leave on her mission to the clubs of
the state, and so great is her interest
and so strong her belief in the good
that will accrue to the women of Flor-
ida from the state fair, that she is
giving her time gratis for the work,
only asking that her expenses be paid,
while engaged in the work.

PLAN NEW STATION


GARlA PROPOSES


AN ARMISTICE


Now Pmniulnl r umiet if iflo
Suggests That All CibLs ly
lieu Arg


FAVORS PEACE PARLEY PLAN

Asks To Make Capital Neutral And
Arrive At Some Solution
For Government

Washington.-Col. Roque Gonsales
Garsa, temporary head of the conven-
tion government in Mexico City, in a
telegram to his agent, Enrique C.
Llorente, announced that the conven-
tion had proposed to General Gutler.
rez that the capital of Mexico be de-
clared a neutral territory and a gen-
eral armistice be agreed to in order
to conduct peace parleys.
A similar proposition, the message
said, will be made to General Car-
ransa.
His advices to the state depart-
ment indicated that the convention,
with Colonel Garza as its executive
and General Villa as Its military com-
mander-in-chief, was preparing to
evacuate the capital before the ad-
vance of Carranza forces from the
south, planning to set up a temporary
capital, probably at Torreon.
Colonel Garza's telegram said that
it was expected the convention gov-
ernment soon would control all the
northern part of the republic.
Carransa troops are reported at
Apam, within 50 miles of Mexico City.
State department dispatches said
General Villa's followers "were leav-
ing for the north," but did not explain
whether the movement was general or
merely preliminary to evacuation. Gen-
eral Villa has been named again as
commander-in-chief of the convention
forces.

BRYAN AND GLYNN

Mixed Up In Slurring Inferences Of
Graft By a Sullivan Witness
At The Hearing

New York.-William C. Beer, an
attorney for the Banco Nacional of
Santo Domingo, which has been ac-
cused of seeking to exploit public con-
tracts in the Dominican republic, was
quoted at the inquiry into the fitness
of James M. Sullivan, American min-
. eta i-tpa .x -t4
e oxpeted har what ppofts he
made in the alleged exploitation with
Secretary of State Bryan, Martin H.
Glynn, former governor of New York,
and Congressman James E. Hamill of
New Jersey.
M. E. Davis of New York, a con-
tractor, testified he had been so in.
formed by Beer. He said that at the
time he had taken Beer's statement
seriously, but when Senator-Elect
James D. Phelan, conducting the in-
quiry expressed surprise that he had
so regarded it, Davis asserted he now
believed the statement to be "silly
Srot."
"Mr. Beer," said Davis, in his tes.
tinmony, "mentioned Mr. Bryan in
these words: 'My associates who will
have to share In our profits in any
contracting work obtained at Santo
Domingo are Mr. Glynn, Mr. Hamill
and no less a personage than the sec-
retary of state.'
"I took him to mean Mr. Bryan,"
continued Mr. Davis.
"Did he say Mr. Bryan?" asked Mr.
Phelan.
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"He ddn't use the
replied Davis.

FRENCH ADVANCE


ver Mobili a. Extensive Plans To Build Biographical Battle Lines Active I
lalkan Station At Key West Take rope And Asla-G-
Definite ShaRe Placed On D0
Is said, al KIey West-Preliminary surveys are London.-Battles b
vered a note now being made to start the dredging and -the west now co
al times in- operations for the basin of a biograph- artillery engagements,
the meaning leal station. As soon as the dredge of infantry attacks. The
should soon one arrives here, the work of dredging further prognse In I
kd. out the channel will be started, and Post-aMousson, to whi
st has again as soon as the channel la completed, attach much Important
artillery e- the basin is to be constructed of suf- ed that the Grmans
been almost filest dimensions to permit a vessel heavy offensive, as the
to the Swiss the sise of the Fish Hawk turning success at olagaons, t
ver, still are around will be started. the French advance* to
where the According to the plans It will be but leading to Mets.
and retaken a short time after the dredging opera- The Germans capture
days, and in tons are started when actual work on ea in the Argonne, bt
are putting the building will begin, and by the the Freseh official rel
first of the next touring seamsc thsrb retake.,
will be situated on .Key Weat ea of
Rights the entertaining nl stitutloes, special- Diesard PIstols, Says
Cited State ly to students ot sea Nh, In the Unit- Taskage, Ala.-Ol
thy defense ed atea. Thousands of visits wll law was emphasised I
e rights and come every year to "iew the many T. Washlngtoa, the nel
te NE 6a0 Alght4, and ade from the great Msla- a pifteple to which i
elmS sps.- t "e vale to the govermeast, the Ib1s 1.a should conformI
and calltag egfetl station will afford d gprtHI. to advane. Doctor 1
the United Iy of showta l toth people 11 over thee hef speaker at tt
ma., t l k this and forelp ematrle that the anal Tuaskege segro
o nbry waters adjeent to E Wet are snw ow many colored pe
S aYteeaing with imre variety of fsh than more m a pistol Wevry
,io rights eay other waters m the weld, f per do on the. education of
r conide elat of twdish a e- s it in ulsa- Doctor Washlaton s
toas h t"ted eI* Om all at wateh are Il also Nse out of
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Gently oleanin yu tivr Mii
sluggish bowe whil
you steep.

Get a 10oent box.
Gick headache, billousneas, tla
nems, coated tongue, l tmate and tal
breath-always trace these to torpi
liver; delayed, fermenting food in the
bowels or so, May t
Poisonous matter clogged a te .
testine, Instead bf beings at a
Of the system Is re4bsorbe4 0to
blood. When this poison rH0MSe
delicate brain tissue It 6ua4s S1
gestion and that dull, thrbbling. slo'
ening headache.
Cascarets Immediately cleanse the
stomach, remove the sour, undigeted
food and foul gases, take the xesO
bile from the liver and carry out al
the constipated waste natter and
poisons in the bowels.
A Cascaret to-night will surely
straighten you out by morning. They
work while* you sleep-a 10-cent box
from your druggist means your bad
clear, stomach sweet and your liver
and bowels regular for months. Ad;r
All things may come to him who-
waits, except the missing heir.


"You
"Oh,
making
cards!"


Old-Fashioned.
said she is old-fashioned?'
hopelessly so. She la still
a collection of picture post.


Highbrows.
She-Didn't you think the people at
Mrs. Gander's reception *ere all ex-
tremely dull?
"Yes, but you know it was authors'
day."-Life.

Never Grows Up.
"It's rather discouraging to own a
runabout," said the ambitlioU motor-
1st.
"Why so?" asked the man who
travels by trolley. I
"No matter how long you keep it,
there Isn't the slightest possibility of
its ever increasing in size."

Heroic Savers of Life.
If one could behold the scope of the
work of the life-savers in &a slagle
glance he could see that thea 1,00


rassa cheeks nd uiand
checks with them 6a t A
their life statIoa as iuide .4
they had patrolled the eoast, ITr
has one of these faltht. ivim
failed to come back proagsy W t6
check of the patrol, alegts he ia
halted by a case of distress, asA e4
then his fellow patrol comes on to
meet him. scores of men give their
lives to the devouring sea to save lift
and millions of property. There aWe
now 290 stations on the sea and Ise
coasts of the United States. There a*
men in the serlee that have saved
as many as 300 lives and literally ev-
ery man in the service has- bees an
actor in one or more of its 10,000 haro
stories. In 1912 rescue service was
rendered to 1,671 vessels, carrying ,*.
800 passengers, the total value of thee
vessels and their cargoes being Mle.
000,000,000.

THREE REASONS
Each With Two Legso and Ten l gem


name Bryan," A Boston woman who is a fond mot*b
or writes an amusing article about ler
experience feeding her boys.
I ON METZ Among other things he saf
'"Three chubby, rosy-cheeked 'glky.
throughout Eu- Bob, Jack, and Dick, resectively, w e
rmans Are three of our reasons for using and
ensive recommending the food, GraWeN "
for these youngsters have bee fed on
)th n the east OrapeNuta since infancy, and often
ist largely of between meals when qther cbildre
Frewitnch onal would have been given candy,
Srech claim "I gave a package of GaPNut "
hi region of a neigbor whose .-year-old ld w-
h mltary men a weaened liUtUtle tl, Il Iham *lf
. It is predict- time. The little t lotag the rasN .
will launch a a nd cream reedily an ta h not :'
pid with stpt continued the good work, and it
Spute roads not long before a truly
wd thooad csage meanltested itself an t l -

d more trench. fao* and body. The rerults *i '*
, accordingto markable, even for Grape.WNt.
t, aortdh to "Both husband and I uwe ~a pe
rt, they w7 ev day and keep
ad have bres of t ltea i t.
Washington bo yo e d o a dare' -0at" "
edlenoe to the Many mothers Instead
lre by Booker th eldealos ate- .
ro educator, as an dcake ve A
lembes of his Gfa 'd i Wh-th
5 thee-efforts sga t p o t th US
Uaahgowblat pa sweas The mo4t#1 i
0 twentieth a- health .
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you^rm Mhim^i -5 story of vom ind. dieBtIis ties of how M g40.0 lookd tqa |me at
: .^ ,.. vent*D, '1" belReyj hStat Brad attUtde change suddenly 't timA V wonl.have made n
o aqu pf Cej6t h t ar year or from toleatlom to attek. eve it with me ofet your own volt*
a I BWhentoRS so ewf be ft-r fto ol tolerea-thlu wire you Mat Uon, but you didn't. tarty thouesa4U
| Ibe ItThng ut ouean d to U ms today. I gt It a little late at the dollars did look like an awful lot ct
uI that be ted Mot lptluo i for iAtm. r o this eafternoe; not n ttme to money to me them, but since I've been OR SIC
*Wpsta* for a minutee" tb told mee you beore di r." lxed4 up with you sand your kind, I
him. "He's ptOS M lell j "Te,.I thought 6e bad better be can eo where you've had a little bit Tim tI Ppe's DOaDepli n b
right dowa. Bob s sort of taot to also for this matt." the best of it. 'v got a pretty good all Stomie in -
.A lm tag ..t... plIeOs tonight. I thought he would be 'Wel, eIt'l oet dw to bunlates" house, and you've got a better one. o llmisery W O
A- that's what brgaht me around. aid Brd. "Toear letter asked or I've got a car a you've got two or
Hi u'aw--l99 thsug^t might be of some ell to some more money. You must think three and ia chateire My ifte doent Do some oeds you eat hit he.
Shim." I a y O$10,000 around in my vt Uk to ride In our car thi timeU of the taste ood s but work badly; feu t
The millou" raised his head pocket. What do you wuat it for eay year. She likes the Brands' limousine I bstbeap sa nd ns
Sickly and looked sWrohingly at way? I thought yoa had run your better; it 1t more comfortable thes sour. e tomah? aow I or
I Hma im m m Mad,. bank roll up ouesiderably. You haven't cool alghts; and she doesn't care to go Mrs. Dygepti, Jot this dowa l 's
"Help? Why, does he need help?" he dropped It, have you?" to the theater with me any more. The
Slp asked with some asperity. The quetionuwas put with apparent paquet used to be very fine, but the nothg is sour s d piest e*y Ti14
070W=USI W "I think he does-a Ulittle. Haven't sinurity. It would have beeoon accept. Brands' box Is better now. It's Broad never o ws nythin so s lad y qui,
you heard? Hasn't Heanint told ed to that light, but for the revdltioo this and Brand that, and m getting certainly elsetive. No dfreonsc how
Ywo ?" that Bob had lust reclved from a little tired of It I've lost a lot of badly your stomach is disorderod you
,A. iiiI i"Hemmlan?" saUpped Brand Iitably. Moad. Ina the hour that be had pon. money today, to be sure Toe thou- will get happy relief In Ae misn s,
eM A.Ct hba Henning sot to do with It? dared over Ddks natormattoa, he had and dollar more than Ive got. But but what pass you mot Is thatIt
CHA( T-R XXI. I don't know as I follow you, Young determledt carry the fight to Brand I wants little stake of my own, any* strengtlhes and regulates your stow '
m_ 1a. If there to anything on your on his ow ground. The request that way, and whatevr you told Reauoin, so so you can eat your favorite food
grand, the ImmutaIble mind, speak it out. That's my method be made In the letter was for $10,000 or what you didn't tell him doesont without fear.
That Biand, despite al appearan and I have no patience fot ridd to discount the overdraft he had drawn make any differuce to me. If you a You feel dlferent as soon as "apl
had deliberately sold nol e "There is t this on my mind, Mr. on the bank. But he was armed for a so clover that you can win $300,000 on Diapopela" comes In contose with the
was not Oertaln. But InaDick's ind Brad." he said. "Reynolds went broke bigger bat$e now and his answer took a stock that I lose forty thousand on stomach-distres just vaishes-your
thewasnodoubtaboutt e saw, today, fiat-you understand, at. He the millionaire of hie feet. In the same day and through the same stomach gets wet, no gase. o bod
orthmained an o d ltor about t. that want broke on Hoalng's tip, and Hen- "Ton thousand dollar isn't the ig. brokerage house, why you can afford ing, no oructations of undigested fol .
made It an ultersonabl conclustiveon, bat lng is your broker. Reynolds lost ure, Brand," he said truculently. "It to spare a Uttle of that winning, Go now, make the best ilatstaent
he dared not reveal his suspici to $40,000; every ceat he had In the was this afternoon, but I have heard whether you think I am entitled to it you ever made by getting a lrAfty
Bob. Dick had nevor believed the mil world, and you won two hundred thou- something that's boosted the request or not" cent case of Pap. Diapepsi%
lionmaie pemntted in his exourlons to "d. That's what's on my mind, Mr. a little. I want $60,000. You got two Reynolds' words came clear cut and store. You realize In fve mainles how
State Island merely for Sansal Brand.", hundred thousand by making me a decisive. His ultimatum did not par- needle. it is to auter from Indlg~e
beoet to either Bob or himself. He Wall, what about t" the million- crook, and you gave me forty thousand take of braggadocio, but of determina- tion. dyspepsla or bad stomach. Adv.
Sooounted for Brand's first appearance ire asked sharply. He glowered at of it. Now, partners in any shady job tion.
ea the grounds of self-.lterest and the Dick 'and thrust out his jaw me-* like ours are entitled to an even split, "Don't misunderstand me," Reynolds It's an iI Wind, Etc.
subsequent visits he attributed to In- ac gly. an that's my terms. A hundred thou- went on. "I mean what I may just to "Poor Mr. Hennypeck!" exclaimed
torest In Mrs. Reynolds. That he could "I don't know what about it," replied sand dollars minus forty thousand is this extent: It's a toss of the coin Brownson, sympathetically. "It wasn't
be so penurious as to actually scheme the reporter still quietly, but with his sixty thousand. How's my arithmetic?" with me whether I got this $60,000 or enough that his wife should own and
to get back the stipend he had meted face n Just as threatening proximity "Perfett. Almost the work of a san* whether I quit It all and go up there operate him, body and soul, Mrs. Hen.
out to Bob did not appeal to Dick, as Brand's. "Im here to find out." man," answered Brand. "But the do- for that view of the riVer that you nypeck has now Joined the suif-
either. For, whatever the amount was. Brand side-stpped the lsse. mand isn't" recommended so highly-anything; gettel."
Sthe young writer know It was but a You told Reynolds that?' he in- "Why not?" Reynolds persisted. "I anything rather than this. I've lived "Don't breathe a word," replied
stlpend to Brand. He believed that quL, did the work-took half the risk, and in this dressed up olvilisatton of yours, Smithson, "but Hennypeck is tickled
the capitalist wished to crush Rey. "I told him what you won, yes. About I am not sure that you didat Intend this false tgab-bag game, this misery, to death. His wife speaks at all the
solds and raise sueh an Insuperable his own losses I uess he was pretty that I should take it alL Anyway, I with every natural thing turned up- outdoor meetings and Is so jMwMe
barrier to his success that he would well informed." delivered the goods, didn't IT' side down, Just about as long as I when she gets home that she can't
Muecumb and become alienated from The millionaire took out his cigar "Yes, you did, but I discounted your want to. I wouldn't mind a little rest raise her voice above a whisper."-
his wife through hopeless realization case and tendered It to Dick In a gi' claim. It was I who took the chance up on the Hudson If I had company, Puck.
of hIl own unworthineml. But there gerly, matter-deffact way. The report. and handed $40,000 right out to you. I q ifI go Ill have it, and I guess you
was Mrs. Brand to consider In this declined, and Brand lighted his had no real assurance that you would can figure out what company Ill have."
itO of deduction and the millionaire cigar with a delberate movement. He go through with it I might go little "Yes, I can figure it out all right.,"
had never given sufficient evidence of puffed it slowly once or twice with further and remind you that it was I Brand answered, "and I'm simply
unloyalty to' warrant It At least, not contemplative mien, then stepped who gave you the opportunity. I was frightened half to death. Can't you
enough to arouse such thoughts In icklY up to Meade, facing hm with useful enough then, wasn't t? But now see me trembling? This is a nice lit.
Bob. a challenging look. you're broke and you are just finding tIe stage you set tonight, Reynolds. A CHI
Butyoang Made, usuallyso far se .Yo man, he*d sharply, *"I a out that I wasn't on the square. All you peed is the half lights and A LU' U BOW LS
In, had drawn a eaaory perspective he tonight in answer to. a memsagp "Right, exactly right," Reynolds ex- some low music, and you'd be a regu-
and perhaps a prhudled o for frd m olds. My busm nes withnd ehemetly. "Jst di it lar melodramatic villain. Now, you've It Is cruel to force nauseating
Dicks ontwpthiy n le de i ond- h la f ou im an me, no yoruywI out I wat broke on Casolid made your.little speech and Ill make harsh hysi Int a
ed on two thinsd.R He dopl",d m aas y t to play tb good smar. Wire and you lade $$00,000 on itthe mine. You brought me over here to- hy," n ta
S1 if e of y ea, r bu .o I' t s'am y. I bought Consolidated Wire n t to blackmailme out of $60,000. Oi .
o n.- You wantyour answer; hoei It Is. "


--t a r -he be1erW Duio aetle b le t ati oo ak se lunge ow t iotnd h it oul hii re i Melat.


.- .e p,,es s6 hear.tohs. a-- ewh drewheckrIAe s i dod blhied, o.ll ln.t- te osn O ladU -l-form of
o a .." MBIrwh ored htoe bmeet te oattck hem faula lydgsmply eSdo't reon"as liseVIMt w htthey'.
1u.0"e1:1011PteM .aI a o ry ilsom. e ty totlk.iseI adlatle ra ha to e ta as he started. Brand wah under a i Theirltner oiumle
I a*m N I li V 00,% 11111 feve ha k eth'ag I eIrad 0 when yI --t 'r tM r, I M twas no l for violence. i jed by outM om .

,. .--e slortt an.., thse.ro ou o tpe e e tm now.Ye rInferri th Roy. p re o o a ,
.* ew wtt wt ndi thet uea o i s .. .bg ... .... an 0 howeverr u Ifs. y ro rour cM oA l a da
.rmilesI s.neltde "Ne esyout out6h "I quit thatit" he .r ied. N ow o LKtbowels aeed... elban'. odet o nly tdl
ifmo What iol Kh HeIt't Reylds B hidjoboos tooriggt foreme, NOW thabt le4 a rolodon Ui TrIts, @tO


oul ie ....s ....T e the saIW rosa y outaa o won't be to Meade. it will bo e right to loaove h tan;o rthey h now ohuMb
fortunal W as 0: 1.,lw. humb.red, Mandes ta rted for his oth.Aad M to It...Y.wetInto this thingin M the -man who wi ll putJohnBrandov e antoe te it; that itno els M trails
I' ff re hello. Brand." t le Reynolds, as faith n p the arnement thatey e where. be bl. i -pt thhim there aleanthe liove. m dbw e als -a
S Ir tei l o ab u ter d, a ase a t sa.t should a you for the job. Y ou mad e q. Now, you don't thik I'm go e sto l s
r atem at ws o ik. h e. oy t gp? To dmo i aw sad id yout Ba d, t a o lh giventoday @ s u toor
out cll why, a MIPSi tM monroyuwith...y wo --, .. N., tan doe p iees aytog oo l t hma oth,_....... -.iL .o e ,eon l b t d .

"ofdacl' n og uudo rou IoM st Ule, but wl a tigBr and w a s t e W i .
...... -', : ... .... haui en rs i you-mu s trsayMake
kiait boom of Brialnd. i *hd yqu can8e, B trand lak a yhis th n yo t. th bi .h wndoh tro s do teie, anngoht mt a e .. l.ie .me from rpw
-r fi-ed mil l-aireask -ng" -Id s ,of aight lako ho at sou t n oa e w gou l t lor Youe wai n tohw, it. Yonou tok ouneis go ofim You b
mb that SI c a befr the 0 theaterand seeJame."oughtto beg playingh penny nep i ad cn give me that. Tbl mother as'to oh Cafliforea s u oaforbabiws. W w h


."s ; m revelsatn i.on... ... 6 s y .Asae asattto s ..s.yAc I. o n bteI.'
tel "-- ae& to t e-o.. "You and Brand have some bsines .such child r- ate or reasy.I I' t s e eh b i .

S, l~o-- t-sad- r a a nd to discups,'Bob, and IIlaswol the youin g ritu to n ig i hht ot m" Brand'i d mutn rbusin mes I and so help me lo o Ioe r
uidfod to pTrue the i OBomorning.fr Go.s d out h. Maow, y. H o --- I sa nd on -this. Is, II' manke l.ea,' *
ai no told m i- .ohn of "Ionen nothin o the kind, you orIl tak* you by the nap ofSeyousickafN i t, too." Mrs. Ne door (ang rily)-I wa HtHT "


& wini by ,g ehadn-o- lt amiab ug h "Heldoesn' aatl jor ed his al jo n shook dAnat, nr ou"bur ld et gan-ot
..r s wo ibl e t6,__nd thf RmWetgollabeAI rightacpunt" h'pu hise brandy. e e te y s tha, Ilh ontheyM Of AM


ha- Ih M40s'foel of WWI' %Band- nt,"_ ....oB6 de hoe.ft.. th .e ,. ;-ndlwest protagdetimeanhoBu S HO TOr, "A.LoS
',- f ,Vry 0oI to nmw.Outthea.brandy..Re un-m t n 1 p"y tred.'lllha a viN i p money l h i o i an if It
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R CRYSTAL RIVER NEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.

5R L. PARK, E1dltor
anteroed the Poetoffoe Orystal River
ftaorM.a second ase mail nmtter, March

SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR.
ADVERTISING RATSB.
ftataient advertisements I15 cents per
t ash sah Insertion; b# the month, 10 cents
per itmh mohb nsertion. Special rates will
sa gliven advertisers wishing to contract for
d vrtlsetU spece by the year. Local no-
ISes cents per line each insertion.
0 ommuninetloni on live to pic, especially
of Iol Interest, aresolicited. It Is under-
ftgoodhowever, that th publisher of the
Itso will not be responAible for oplnlsns
expressed bT correspondents.
The Charms of Crystal River
131-" Is here the wood-doves softly coo;
in l herethe winds the waters woo,
ts here the lilt of Nature's lute
The wails of grief and cares refute.
SAnd whisperings of palms and pines
Accord with heart's harmonious
chimes.
While orange and mnrtnolla blooms
Regale their with sweet perfumns.
And birds in splendid pluine.sarrayed
(Modiste has never such astayed)
Here flit and nest the tr,,e;nmong,
mAnd thrill the heart with Joyful song.
And give triste proof 'tts best in life
To hall the joys and banish strife,-"
-"Oh, yes; It is fine as everyone knows;
S]Enjoyable, qulte,--am tfar as It goes;
SBut oys that put all of these In the
shade
(Yes, even this cute little poem you've
Made)
SIs the one to be had for only the
W wishing:
The great and the glorious fun o't he
f fishing M. M.S.
ROIRIDA LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATION
0. L. Willoughby, secretary of
the State Live Stock Association
bas issued a call for the annual
meeting of the Florida State
Live Stock Association to con-
vene at Sanford, Florida on Feb.
8rd, 4th, and 5th, 1915, to be
held under the auspices of the
Seminole County Fair. He was
delayed a few weeks in calling
the meeting to permit some of
the members to be through.with
-*' the orange crop, and also to hold
the meeting at a time that will
be close to the regular session of
the Legislature of Florida.
Fn BM RgaoraruG ge
SKssimmee River valley are
anxious to assist with the recent
movement for more and better
live stocK, and are very anxious
to get organized and to help the
SAilociation work, to the mutual
advantage of all parties concern-
ed. The time allowed for ad.
vertising the meeting is quite
short, but if those interested in
the matter will take hold vigor.
ously, they can have just as good
a meeting as if it had been ad-
vertised much longer.
In a letter from the secretary,
he says:
q "We have already invited
officials from the U. S. Depart.
meant of Agriculture at Wash.
in.ton, D. C., to come and assist
with the convention, including
Prof. Geo. M. Rommel, Chief of
the Animal Husbandy Division,
Prof. B. H. Rawl, Chief of the
Dairy Division, and Dr. E. M.
Nighbert, Veterinary Inspector
in charge of cattle tick eradica-
tion work in Georgia and Florida;
also our good friend Dr. Peter
h V. Dawson, Veterinarians We


expect to have lectures and
illustrations o0 all topics that
properly belong to live stock
work, including proper methods
of breeding and feeding beef
cattle, dairy cattle and hogs and
complete description of modern
equipment such as dipping vats,
ail and the necessary machinery
for conducting beef and dairy
production. We will make
farther announcement of the
names of speakerss as fast as de-
Salt arrangement can be made.
COLDS ARE OFTEN MOST BE-
*W UgS STOP POSSIBLE COM-
PLJOATIONS
The disregard of a Cold as often
brought many a regret. The fact of
Saesing, Coughing, or a ever
should be warang enough that yoar
0y6 ne aeds Immediate attention.


Certainly Loss of Sleep is most se-
rious. It is a warning given by
Nature. It is man's duty to him-
self to assist by doing his part. Dr.
King's New Discovery is based on a
scientific analysis of Colds. 60c. at
your Druggist. Buy a bottle to-day.
FARMER RADFORD ON
WOMAN SUFFRAGE.

The home Is the greatest contri-
bution of women to the world.
and the hearthstone is her throne.
Our social structure is built
around her, and social righteous-
ness is in her charge. Her beau-
tiful life lights the skies of hope
and her refinement is the charm
of twentieth century civilization.
Her graces and her power are
the cumulative products of gen-
erations of queenly conquest, and
her crown of exalted womanhood
is jeweled with the wisdom of
saintly mothers. She has been
a great factor in the glory of our
country, and her noble achieve-
ments should not be marred or
her hallowed influence blighted
by the coarser duties of citizen-
ship. American chivalry should
never permit her to bear the bur-
dens of defending and maintain.
ing government, but should pre-
serve her unsullied from the al-
lied influences of politics, and
protect her from the weighty re-
sponsibilities of the sordid affairs
of life that will crush her ideals
and lower her standards. The
motherhood of the farm is our
inspiration, she is the guardian
of our domestic welfare and a
guide to a higher life, but direct-
ing the affairs of Fovernment is
not within woman s sphere, and
political gossip would cause her
to neglect the home, forget to
mend our clothes and burn the
biscuits.

RURAL SOCIAL CENTERS.

We need social centers where
our young people can be enter-
tained, amused and instructed un-
der the direction of cultured,
clean and competent leadership,
where aesthetic surroundings
stir the love for the beautiful,
where art charges the atmos-
and Inn'oce-M-rt- se-Rienfs l ,h
struct and brighten their lives.
Country produce taken in ex-
change for subscription at the
News office.


REALLY DOES RELIV
RHEUMATISM


Everybody 'who is afflicted with
Rheumatism in any form should by
all means keep a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment on hand. Thi, minute you
feel pain or soreness in a joint or
soreness in a joint or muscle, bathe
it with Sloan's Liniment. Do not
rub it. Sloan's pene'trntes almost
immediately right to thi seat of pain,
relieving the hot, tender. swollen
feeling and making tih part easy
and comf',rtabil. (-ot a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any
druggist and have it in the house-
against Colds, Sore and Swollen
Joints, Lunilbago. Scintica and
like ailments. Your money back
if not satisfied, but it does give al-
most instant relief. Kuy a bottle
to-day.
Orders for Tailor-made Cloth-
ing taken at the Crystal Press-
ing Club.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
To Sell Minors Land in Court of
County Judge, Citrus County
Florida-In Re Estate of Mary
Virginia, John Hyman. Louis
Covacevich, Charlotte Elizabeth
and Minerva Patton Williams,
Minors,
Notice is hereby given; To all
whom it maiy concern; that I,
Minerva Hyman Williams, Guar-
dian of Mary Virginia Williams,
John Hyman Williams, Louis Cav-
asovich Williams, Charlotte Eliza-
beth Villiams, Minerva Patton
Williams, Minors, will on the 30th
day of January, A. D. 1915, apply to
the Honorable George W. do Muro,
County Judge in and for the County
and State atoresaid at his office in
Inverness, Florida at 10 o'clock A.
M. or as soon thereafter as the mat-
ter can be heard, for authority to
sell at public or private sale the in-
tecest of said minors In and to the
following described real-estate situ-
ated in this County, viz: Lots num-
Sa7 AtonWOTrowi or Cryt
Florida.
Which application will be based
upon the petition for such sale now
on file in said Court.
MINERVA HYMAN WILLIAMS.
Guardian.


THE BEST BREAL

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City Market


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Choice Sirloin Steak
Fresh Pork Sausage
Nice Round Steak
Pork Chops
Pork Roast
Beef Roast

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Cardul, my back and head would "urts o ,
though the pain would kill me. I was hard o
to do any of my housework. After taking mee bottd I
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and It always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousne,
tired, worn-outfeelings, etc., are sure signs of woman-
ly trouble. Signs that you need Card the woman's
tonic. You cannot make a mistake In trying Cardul
for your trouble. It has been helping eak aling
women for more than fifty years.
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in town this morning in the in.-
terest of the canning and corn
club work. They informed us
that they had already secured
ST work. Weshal T havmresew eleven girls of thil place for the
work. We shall have more news
of this important work next week
FOUND-A small bird dog. T
Owner can get same by proving
property and paying for this ad.
E D4 Apply at the News office.
Mr. R. B. Kemp of Greens.-
boro, has accepted a position
Jim Pyles of Ocala, was in the devotional service of the Ep- with the Crystal River Drug Co.
town last riday. worth League Sunday afternoon Mr. Kemp comes highly reco
Mrs. J. Turner is visiting at three o'clock. mended as a capable pharmacist,
Mis Dora Moody. W. E. Allen, County Farm and is sure to give satisfaction.
Mrs. J. A. Brigance of Ocalas, Demonstrator of Lecanto, was in Dr. and Mrs. Acton of Annis-
is here on business today. town Monday, and made a pleas- ton, Alabama, who are spending
ant call at the News office. the winter at their attractive
Logao Hough of Bed Level, the winter at their attractive
a in ough of Red Levelda. Dr. Leigh the popular druggist winter home, "The Rocks,"
was in Crystal Wednesday. for the Crystal River Drug Co., made us a pleasant call last Sat-
Geo. W. Hyde left yesterday resigned his position last week urday. The doctor and his esti-
for a business trip to Tampa. and left Sunday for Jacksonville. mable wife have been spending
Our Pound Cake is delicious. Dr. Barrington went up to the winters here for. about six-
The White Star Bakery. Jacksonville, Monday where he teen years, and we are always
' W. M. Everett of Red Level met Mrs. Barrington. They ar- glad to have them with us.
was among the Saturday visitors. rived in Crystal River Tuesday. The long haired, bewhiskered
Give us a trial. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Williams individual noticed on our streets
The White Star Bakery. motored over from Ocala Mon- the past week is B. R. Johnston,
Violet King of Hall's day, bringing A. D. Williams an artist's model from New Yoi k
River visitedfriends here last who had spent the day in Ocala. City, who i spending the winter
wk. rin Florida. Mr. Johnston is an
Prof. R. L. Turner of Inver- little son, of Jacksonville have ld time prter and hatravelled
ness, was in our town on Satur- been spending several days withallover the world was in
last. Mr. Hoy's mother, Mrs. 0. E.ast summer wen te
Hoywar broke out and had the novel
*1 Toy Allen of Lecanto. was at. H- y. experience of being mistaken for
tending to business here Wed- Tommy HBoy has returned a Russian spy on several occa- i
nesday. from Waycross, much improved, gsions. He finally made his way
Mrs. Geo. W. Hyde and Miss His operation was most satis- through the Austrian Alps into
Virginia Williams spentTuesday factory and he is getting along Italy, sailing from Naples on
i helping us through a rush of job
J. T. RBawls of Dunnellon, was Rev. H. P. Blocker preached work while here. |
over last Friday and made us a excellent sermons at the Metho- Read the advertisement of the
pleasant call. dist church Sunday morning and OCty Market in this issue. If
evening to large and apprecia- Allen can't satisfy you when you
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dow tive congregations, are hungry, you need a doctor.
Allen Leeanto, a fine girl on last
nFrid i fht. irl on Mr. and Mrs. McLaren, Miss TH9 LIVER REGULATES THE
?FridayNellie Miller sad Harvey Ed. BODY A SLUGGISH LIVER
Mr. and Mr. Ilmer Vin Nes wards motored oTer to Red Lev. NEEDS CARE
of Heand, spt Sunday at el uday afternoon to tt4 eone has said that people th
.. ''... -- llshut up away from humanity, for eg
Order. y7Or new talor MIade The ladies of the Village Im. they are pesitlists and see through Can'
suit from the rys al Presing provement Society will meet at a "glass darkly." Why? Because (
Club. Full line of samples. the residence of Mrs. B. D. etal stat. Biliousnepend upoa hesl
Mr. and Mrs. R. L Williams Smith next Tuesday afternoon. Dissiness and tonastpation dis-
returned dmie Thursday 'night A full attendance is desired, appear after using Dr. Kine's New
from a ieudt to Guluovilye,.. Eighteen poundsuof sugar for Ie Pills. Me. at your Druggist.
ftIAl RmAsN 1B SBAM-kquares
Mrs. J. .. Stevens and chil. 1.00 with one dollar's worth of a ps, sm~aor lar gesquantites.
St dro left yesterday for a visit to other merchandise, for cash only writes u yer wants. Geerge W. Nyde,
: Mrs. Stolen' mother at Oxford. on Saturdays and Mondays. crystal River, In. -
Mrs. B. B. Baum atfrapleas. PAo n0n MnBCANTUJ Co. LOST-One large envelope with
ant visit to relatives here, left Capt. .. T. Sharp, master of two warranty deeds and adetract.
for het home in Ocals this morn- the IPredge Boat Florida, and Envelope addressed to J. E.
ing. F. B. Dickey, Inspector, now at Stevens, Crystal River, Florida.
SPort InTlis, wll be here in about Suitable reward for return.
Preaching at Citronelle Meth- Port lw lis, will be here d about J X. SV .
odist church next Sunday after. two weeks to commence dredg-
noon and night by H. P. Bloker, the river. BUSY LIAR "
. pastor. Mr. Knight of Odala, was with A
as a few days this week, pros- A fim Comedy 3 Acts
man, of ter Hil, was looking was satisfied with the outlook as CRYSTAL THEATRE
ta th reven. busiem here a dairy is, greatly needed herelivr Fa
S"and would be a paying business. River .
I. Theedor Espey of St. Eighteen pounds of sugar for friday January. 29
Augustine, was called hero on $1.00 with one dollar's worth of 9 -
A Mwe Utshe cUitiad Illness of other merchandise, for cash only, Fun for Children Tal
S hidath.r. en Saturdays and Mondays. Pleasure for Grown Folks T
61" him goins of fr pi s and Pleonr Mereastile o, Everybody Cordisally Invited
he won't tell you about the pies Rolls, Cakes and Plies baked O-*8M a Oilldrsm I
-"mother nd to make." daily at telm White Star Bakery TH PIST oYOUNGPSos .
4 ^ 1~ T WProh B. L. Turner apd Farm UImO fTale
Srerybody iaebinted toi"tted Demonstrator W. E. Allen were poor opn pn. peforman B a, s


rystal River Drug


Company

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to call our attention to the following specialties:
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)igars
Stationery
Perfu mes
Scissors -
Pocket Knives
Spectacles
Safety Razors
Shaving Soaps
Thermos Bottles
Fishing Tackle
Rubber Goods
Post Cards
Stock Food
vtby Foods
Toilet Soaps
Skin Soaps
Hair Tonics
Pocket Books
Nyals Remedies
Nail Brushes
Hair Brushes
Clothes Brushes
Tooth Brushes
Flash Lights
Atomizers
Kodak Films
School Supplies
Shaving Powder
Bath Powder
Face Powder
;um Powder
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Washburn.Crosby's Gold Medal
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Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand
Coffee
Morris' Cooked Calves Brains
Van Camps Pork and Beans
Columbia River Sock Eye Salmon
Oversea Brand Asparagus Tips
Libby's Hawaiian Sliced Pine-
apple
Heinz' Sweet Midget Gherkins
Heinz' Chili Sauce
Heinz' Strawberry Preserves
Snider's Tomato Catsup
Pure Guava Jellie
Georgia Belle Blackberry Jam
Persian Dates
California Seeded Raisins
Florida Paper Shell Pecans
Schumacher's Gmhani Flour
Gold Medal Buckwheat Flour
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BAD CONDITION

R ord To Hath by Lydia
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Mo e1wh Vt We have gra
fath m rseedles. I was very Ir*
regular *nd was
tired and slpy alt-
the time, would have
cold chills, and my
hands and feetwould
bloat. My stomach
bothered me, I had
pain h l side and
a bed headache m
of the time. Lydia
1 Plinham's Vege-
table Compound has
done me lots of good
aad I now feel fine. I am regular, my
stomach Is better and my pains have all
left me. You can use my name if you
like. I am proud of'what your reme-
dies have done for me."-Mrs. MARY
GAUTERW, 21 Ridge St, MontpellerVt.
An Honest Dependable Medicine
It must be admitted by every fair-
minded, intelligent person, that a medal.
cine could not live and grow in popularity
for nearly forty years, and to-day hold
a record for thousands upon thousands
of actual cures, as has Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound, without
possessing great virtue and actual
worth. Such medicines must be looked
upon and termed both standard and
dependable by every thinking person.
Ift you ave the slightest doubt
thatLydia E. Pinkham'sYVegeta-
bl Compound will help you,write
toLydIaJBPlnkhamMedlcine Co.
(confidential) Lynn, Mass,for ad.
vice. Your letterwill be opened,
read And answered by a woman,
and held In strict confidence.
Four Thousand Miles.
A thousand miles up the mighty St.
Lawrence, thousand miles along the
great lakes, a thousand miles across
the open priarie, a thousand miles over
a eea of mountains four thousand
miles where nation meets nation and
Fovcrelgnty meets sovereignty, but
never a fortress, never a' battleship,
never a gun, never a sentinel on
guard! Four thousand miles of civ-
ilizcd and Christianized international-
lsm-that is North America's greatest
achievement-James A. Macdonald.in
the American Review of Reviews.
Dangerous Undertaking.
"Jane, tell the cook she's burned
the steak."
"I'm afraid, John. She'll roast me."

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rO' i6AIN 9


FLORIDA GRAND

LODGE CONVENES

aUss hltr oFrom A Parts of State
To Attied Imprsine


MUCH INTEREST MANIFESTED

Grand Master Wilson Of Marianna
Presided j)ver The Sessions Of
Mth Annual Communication


Jacksonville.-When the session of
the Masonic grand lodge was conven-
ed in the Masonic temple all predic-
tions were verified that the attend-
ance at this, the eighty-sixth, annual
communication would be the largest
ever held in Florida, members of the
order being present from all sections
of the state.
The grand lodge wan opened by
Grand Master Cephas L. Wilson of
Marianna, all officers with one excep-
tion being present and following the
roll call the grand master delivered
the address.
Worshipful Master John Caldwell of
Jasper was detained at home on ac-
count of illness.
R. R., W. B. Y. Wilkie, D. D., grand
chaplain, delivered a most eloquent
prayer when the Most -Worshipful
Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted
Masons of Florida was opened in am-
ple form, the prayer including a
great plea for peace in the world.
The address of Grand Master Wil-
mon was referred to a committee for
distribution of subjects, the members
of the committee being Marcus En-
del. J. W. Boyd and L. Harrison.
Committees Named
The most worshipful grand master
announced 'the following committees:
Finance and Accounts-A. S. York,
Alexander Ray, E. N. Holt, A. M.
Cushman and C. H. Ketchum.
Memorials-G. Prentice Carson, C.
E. Connor, W. B. Y. Wilkie, Stafford
Caldwell and Mack Lynn.
Installation-G. H. Symmes, L. W.
Buchholz, W. C. Simmons, L. G. Car.
ter and J. F. Wilson.
Visitors-Chester Des Roches, Dan-
iel Gillis, T. W. Stone, Carry B. Fish
and T. A. Huggins.
Masonic Jurisprudence-Past Grand
Masters Samuel Pasco, Marcus Endel.
James W. Boyd, Silas B. Wright,
James Carnell, Charles W. Johnson, E.
E. Haskell, L. C. Massey, George B.
Glover and Albert W. Gilchrist.
Returns and Credentials-1. Web-
ster, 8. L. Chapman, John L. Hall, F.
I. Archibald and C. E. Rowton.
Propositions and Grievances-James
E. Calkins, Paul 8. Thomson, P. T.
Todd, A. G. Campbell, L. L. Payne,
Clement Blount and E. M. Sessoms.
Dispensations and By-Laws-Olin 8.
Wriglt A. L. Hinson, B. L. Porter, C.
W. Davis, B. E. Dyson, J. H. Rich-
bourg, UK. L. Colfins.
Unfinished Business-J. P. Wall,
chairman.
Presentation of P. 0. Jewel.
Senior Past Grand Master Samuel
Pasco presented a beautiful past grand
master's Jewel to Pkst Grand Master
George B. Glover of Monticello, appro-
priate speeches being- made. .
Past Grand Master Marcus Endel,
chairman of the committee on distri-
bution, presented the committee's re-
port on the addresses of the grand
master and grand secretary.
Amendment to the by-laws of Miami
lodge No. 223 was referred to the
committee on distribution and by-laws.
THle new digest recently published
was adopted "a the official law of this
grand lodge.
A communication was read from
District Deputy Grand Master Charles
H. Stewart of Melbourne, expressing
his regret at being unable to be press.
ent at the session of the grand lodge,
being detained at home on account of
the serious illness of his son, this be-
ing his first absence from a grand
lodge session during the past twenty
years. The grand secretary was In-
structed to communicate to Mr. Stew.
art the regret of the grand lodge at
his absence and to express the early
hope of thi recovery of his boy.
WANT IMMEDIATE REPORTS
Florida Railroad Commission Demands
All Railroad Wreeks Reported,
By Telegraph


Tallabassee.-The state railroad
commission has Issued pa order re-
quiring each of the several railroads
operating IUne In this s fte to report
by teleram immediately the occur-
rence of any w'eck, such wire report
to be followed within $e days by a
written report, gtvW all of the details
of supl b .. -
The commssloa has otretor,
der ,taulrlag tl l po f ou to sel euutam
pot at a oavenfentC to thawelty.
The e I13 lsatlaed ,5he
qso aI^t~lr a ~


URGE GOOD ROAD '
Woman Named my FleridrWomen's
Club Federation Will PreaSh
Road lmprovemeit

Jacksonville.-That the Florida
state good roads association is making
considerable progress in its campaign
of education in favor of a state high-
way department for Florida was dem-
onstrated at the meeting of the ways
and means and finance committees of
the association held at the Jackson-
villq Board of Trade.
In addition to bearing reports from
the special agent and the secretary of
the association, President Miller of
the association was authorized and re-
quested to appoint Mrs. 0. Brownell
of Live Oak as field agent of the as-
sociation with full authority to secure
new members and solicit contributions
for the carrying on of the work of the
association.
Mrs. Brownell Is chairman of the
good roads committee of the Florida
State Federation of Women's Clubs,
having been quite recently appointed
to that Important office by Mrs. W. 8.
Jennings, president. In this work in
the Interest of good roads for all
Florida, Mrs. Brownell says she is de-
termined to have all Florida for good
roads in a very short time.
Not one dollar to be collected
through the work of Mrs. Brownell
for membership fees is to be used for
the payment of salaries, it is said, but
every dollar is to be used in the gen-
eral promotion work of the associa.
tion in the interest of good roads gen.
erally and in assisting in unifying sen-
timent in favor of plans for securing
a state highway department for Flor-
ida and the construction and mainte-
nance, under state supervision, of a
state highway system.
FARM ADVISORY WORK


Bureau Will Be Pushed Hard This
Year To Obtain Agricul-
tural Results
Jacksonville.-During the present
year the adviser of the agricultural
market bureau will put into operation
plans that will mean greater success
for the bureau than was recorded last
year. Maxville, one of the prosperous
agricultural districts of Duval county,
is being put in connection with the
work being done by the bureau.
Although these activities only began
'luring February of last year, It Is felt
assured with the earlier start this
year and the results of last year's
wor-. a basis that eveagreater t
talnmlfts will be recorded by the 0i
reau this year, the splendid farmer"
day exhibit of last year to be exceed-
ed by the exhibit to be held In the
fall of 1915.
All of the schools to the county will
be visited and the co-operation of the
boys will be enlisted in the corn club
movement, the plan and conditions of
the competition to be presented to all
boys of the county whether they at-
tend school or not. In addition to the
$25 available for prices, it is believed
that there will be other donations and
contributions.
As many girls as possible are wanted
to enter the competitive canning club
work. The women in charge of this
feature in the state will give a num-
ber of demonstrations in this county.
During the year the adviser will
hold a number of important public
meetings in connection with the work
of the bureau.
CENTRAL EDITORS ORGANIZE


Editors Of Middle Part Of State Form
An Association At
Live Oak
Live Oak.-The Middle Florida
Press Association was formed here,
with R. L. Thompson, editor Perry
Herald, president; H. L. Dodd, editor
Citizen-Reporter, secretary, and E. J.
Weaver and F. E. Cecil, Mayo Free
Press; John A. Howard, editor Lake
City Index; J. E. Pound, editor Suwan-
nee Citisen; Burr L. Bixler, editor
Present Truth, Messenger; F. R. Me-
Cormack, R. L. Sweger, and W. C.
Vanhoy, Suwannee Democrat, mem-
bers.
Mayor Joe Hinely welcomed the vis-
itors in a neat address and presented
them with the liberty of the city. Af-
ter music, a permanent organisation
was formed. A magnificent banquet
was served In the evening. Meetings
will be held monthly at the cities rep-
resented by the membership. A reso-
lution endorsing the efate fair JO be
held permanently' I Jacksomlve, was
passed by the as.elattoa p Hda tele-
gram to that effect wa saet to George
Mlasea la JaIcks"aVe.
S d'PFtre M Peneseela
Pensaad.-The entire baalaess see-
tion of Peasaeola was 1bretted by
fire wis ttree bwillatgb m Ptloftx
street ware ontirey gutted. The (Ns
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MEN OF LAW AT A PREMIUM
Legal Lights Were Comrades in Mis.
fortune of Man Who Was In-
veigled into Card Game.
"One of the boys put me on to a
little game," said the dry goods drum-
mer, "and I went around to see what
it was like. There was about thirty
respectable looking people in the room,
and one of them was trying to teach
me the value of the cards when the
police broke in and made a clean
sweep of everybody. -Next morning
when arraigned at the police court I
wanted a lawyer, and there was a gen-
eral laugh In the court when his honor
replied with a smile:
"I don't know where you'll get one.
There are several in town, but all are
la the pen with your
"It was so," continued the drummeer,
"and things maht have 1 s1 hard,4
wjthag It *t e
hust stepped out va the .
Nothlag was said about It, ,etiefof
but he let us off with-'a fIe of I Ue1
and a let of fatherly advice."
The Token.
Country House Host (to arriving
guest)-H'lo, Jack! Drove over with
Miss Cladles, eh? Ripinag sleighing.
but cold going, ain't it?
Jack (cheerfully)-Oh, didn't notice
It.
Host-All right, then. Come in and
'thaw that earring out of your mus-
tache.-Judge.


It is what a woman doesn't fay thb
keeps a man guessing.

Anyway, it's none of a man's bua
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"My poof brother." said the retired
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was his liner?
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the other with a deep, brlad sh. '"
Commons peelmeas.
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mah -,
Bolter-No, .be Is a tired laekk-of
business man.

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'M1 QHCHLDREN iIN THE ICKKROO
KIERrURY ANO !AiLSM N."" M N
IFI, Kept From ltlnj Their Af.
.- .......".II'T H ib A I lD S lW A E S Hi ls Pl -
:C h-h 11 can doheih little play-
S tighten Upl Don' Lose a Day's Work Clean Ye Slggih stayIn near thm when they are
SUver and Bowels With "OodoWn s Uver TOen" sek, ad they ia Mioe rk k both of
ontraatlnt the disease themselves
h! Calomel makes you sick. Takestralghten you right up and make you an of spreading it to others of their
-M doe of the vile, dangerous drug to feel fe e and vigorou by morning I "mte- is the assert n of a writer
OMInig Il iW l night sl d tomorrow you may loq- a want you to go baok to the store and In Good Housekeeping Magaine. In
day's work. get your money. Dodson's Lver Tone view of this I think we should really
sily Anlum FoPer txeutive To sign Calomel li mercury or quicksilver Is destroylag th sae of calome be. hesitate about teaching th "visiting
Measrw p He eO .Whleh Will which causes necrosis of the bot. eause it is ral liver medicine; eAntre the sick and aff lte" form of altru-
* L-- io.W ut Veto Calomd. when it come into contact ly vegetable therefore t cannot al. Ism to 6hildre before they an of an
-.. .-... with sour bile crashes lante It, break t v or ke asic .R to be aMl to make any praetlal
=Ww-teb1g c me thea three la it up. This is when you feel tat Iguaraante that onepoonfonul of apese of it without tnvolvits
hel* ,"usa ;,wlwl T Ulitled to awual "asea and cramplang Ift yu iDodst Liver Tone will put your tie langdr t of alproportion to
afiet ig. sthesm.aoal i o o, sluggish liver to work and your y ib compensating return. W
M ad p that he eto it, oted pa t or you liver s torid and boTals of that u bile and conal wti w not dream of teachlig a child
by, pokesaten r ,l q and women onated tone. it breath Is bad or p4ted water whlh is elos n 1 you of sVen that he should rush into a
V ak oast o t-me stoao h sour, just try a spoontl of system and making yu fel aiWrable. buarnig building to empty the oon.
hta harmless Dodson's 4Pro Toa I guarantee that a bottle of oodsca's tents of hist toy bucket upon the
the i n o w labor 1adere, Here's mf guarantt-,Oo to nay Liver Tone will keep yer entire fam. flam Infinitely his most useful
p sts, seuelal*ogher stuaeata and drug st6re or dealer and set a 504nt Uy feels n for monata. Give it to serpe is to spread the alarm, to
otlm e, 'oet df them 'cestatg for bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take your children, It Is harualea; doesn't shot at the top of his voice to the
or a-gat the literacy test. Those a spoontal tqupiht and If It doesnt gripe and they like it pleaat taiste nearest growsup that he can fnd, to
ka to-the bil de"lau'th liter- run and tell the policeman, or carry
a test 'ad others ofe it restriotive Never In Doubt What to Do Next. Natural Phnoeminen. the word to the nearest fire station or
tears arena not true tests of the fit- Mary Jane, a child of five, "Just dishess can't talk, can they' firebox. Se it should be with those
ne o an tegrant; those advocat- loved" to attend the meetings of a "Haven't you ever heard of whales deadliest conflagrations which take
lug the bl argued nch restriction Wot aide church society with her spouting' toll of humanity-fever and pestilence.
w aneer to preserv, the standards mother, particularly so because It M
o of American worklngmen. meant luncheon away from home. .|| n A MA egrets"
At the conclusion of the arguments One afternoon at one of theme mot- UN HA I "I can't help regreting those tips I
Priident Wiluon said he would act on Ig the-alister was vociferously e- scattered through Europe," said the
the blil ,oon. Unless he signs or ve. plainlng the needs of the church and nA nRI 1 ATIV man who likes to travel.
togo ft by midna t Thursday It will plans. to secure aid, which seemed UAN U F ) FUIt "They weren't so much, were they?"r
booef a law without his signature. fruitless. In tdpai be exlalmed; "They may not have represented a
The prieldeat has indicated strongly, "What shall we do next?" Gt a Cnt OWle treat *um. But If I had known they
however, that he will veto the measure There was a thoughtful silent, th e Your Hi Cent er to be sum. Bandered on this ey war I
because of the literacy test. suddenly a small voice piped out: of Danderine Right Now-Also wouldn't have given up a nickel."
There Is a good deal of discussion "Let's at!"-Kansas City Star. Stope Itching Scalp.
In congressional drcles over the pos- Ameriean Indians.
albilitles of repassing the bill over the A GLASS OF SALTS WILL Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy There are about 125,000 Indians In
president veto. When President Taft END KIDNEY-BACKACHE air s mute evidence of a neglected the Dominion of Canada. In the Unit-
vetoen an tmdmraton bin because of sap; o ndru-that awful scurf. ed States the Indians number 305,000,
the terac tet the te promptly y Drugs Exlte Kidney and R There is nothing so destructive to more than of them ben in
t his veto, but few emmends Only Salts Particularly the hair as dandru. It robs ha the state of Oklahoma.
votes of the nmesary two-third was If Bladder BIothers You. thair
lateg ithe bee. BoSme schamptone l other You* of its later, its strength and its very. COL n L. It nt

It.. i.i mposlble proceed to load yor stomach with a It notremediled causes the hir root it acts on the liver better than Cal
Thpresi dn ply.al.led to order lot Of drugs- that excite th kidn to hrinkl oomn andl- -h the ml and doeo not grpq or sicken
1onspekf bring the heang who and Irritate the entire urinary t l r l" out at". A littleDt *erins prc ..-Adv.
diMe, wItheoos of the opposing Keep your kidneys cleanlike you keep tonlght-how-any taen-will utely
ItoSlle S thoe olea w most of the i our bowels lelan, by fishing the Saoe your ir. Wet Blanket Geniso
with a harmles- salts WT-ch M GMt a 25 enm bottle of Knowlton's "In wwat meter shal I write this
amYovee the body's uriaoua waste s Danduin from any store, and after light verse, my dear?"
S i atlaultes thom to their wnomaludiv til *MSm*-U a hWil "How would the gas meter do?"
BIYW F. ty. Itl. L facts"otnosthel aplias yr wl
M".- 11 3 bor o w I kIiillecmeWhat's trm beilasu you, m I
firT48, 106 .Iirnm d l i-; & au .i-,l +,I W ".li ',. |XM a d aat b hut wa wl* fll ,

thi 11 0et olsf water-you can't d41 please yo most wI 0Kuaer p1t a a Miif
awm tf0 end too much; a so ge .fra any p.a M'e tw ee eeks umse, when you ir a- etw.
iis t le saddest about aour onces of Ja Soalts; W la lot.fa downy air-ew w smiir
the take a talseMe Parii apopatl tn a m m -g wti all oe the sealp. Adv.
dy b t0lg water before breakfast each b. o s" ome persons ever min the water
-llI r su fa.r a wm days and your 'ki u0 dr. till the bow gp t .out.
h"taf "inss rI O g a I s ats iinnto One bt lita men was reding a '
't +" coy of s.fe ,, m i the iod of grapesd. .ai. lue of highly colored fictn to his
ca OlleWe a e, a 'otaie Mo om e wt, -oo, elth, and hflmy. With his peetale on his
midaattne a tk e.d oth been~ u tor geUerau.tis to clean am osem hbe roned ale g: "Owendolea
-l stimulate slged kidneyp; o- de Vere Mati s lowe kd hsq ;lld 1
lna l. th la4e the brai sp t 1 ,da e o ble eyis, a j Lord Algenon Man-
am" *es st` preaqordin longer is a source of Iritation, thu s took I r U wte s an
to um and atMng bladder weakness. M. and erhed he tIor hi In a pa-
"t' -l ad Infantry a. Jad Balte is inexpensive; anotI t slonft embrace. At that moment
6" o" laey ea t widely leure; mak a d*ightf *e st Eve minutes past twelve sounded from
SllsthMwater drink whieh every the casti befry, aad-. "
IA' th, t I Pola. and Oalola, should ake now and then to e BuIt here ht i youaliet daughter in-
elon ielyi ulsis hae taken their kidneys de ad ,tive. terposed.
p a. o 0 dlf to Petrograd. The this, aso keep up the water dtkln "-No clock ooua strike b re minutes
the esowtr-oa of ap4d O doubt you will wr pas t twelve." she aaid.
As t r a S became of your kidney troubMe a10 "Dop't critaUse unless you know.
owla- Baha'-'Adv. n Cortaly It could," replied P terta- 0 3 PER CI I
mills. "It was lve minutes slow!"
TAKUR P1 TO, MIMAW1 Brtel1 1 Tacties.
,- Offloer-How did he get into that Why They Wore Attentive.
S Ve e Of AI Vesasel That condition? A eleroa preaching in a country
'Seer. e hlt oPrfIate-He. captured a bttle chwh for the first time was delighted
i 1'5.~t*e whisky, sir. to find th conre vet alenttie r
JL.^ ^Z-Ofoer-Tes. 75l but bow did be and tola thovM' so after thp serve.
r a lewli 1alita~g 11gNo menasp to do tWat? Joe. The VTerr replied:
B thaM ltt Pthe At. riate- think he mus i "1rLo biless it sir, we was all look
11 e10 tiUt daioaed t t, Loadn l L fryol kto Sappear"
:,,a^ t. ,E NDER ENITIVE "SK S a '' 'f^
..f_- "Wel, sA*t, MWdo Spe, the pulpIt is rI
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The Crystal Pressingt .ub ... .......t .
seo IA atte. ................... Ola ors :r
". a n........................ .... T. V. Will ,
Dry Cleaning, Pressing, DyeingE CUAn -:.0.take
slupt. Pub. Instn, W.X. hett pon
FARMERS' UNION OFFIJ Comptroller .............*..............w.v. linoeu
We dry clean and press suits for 40e. Scrub suite for M80c. CA THIN RATIbl fJb.Su.ap.ort........P..ShiMslelbcda l i B IT. the t .
We repCIALSi THINK RAILROADS iClrk S Court, ........... M abry b...h.. t. hiiott aaalitl
We oo repairing and altering ARE ENTITLED TO Railroadom. leri.......Dn... Du. ysn fmucha within i t
MORE REVENUE. Chnarman XBK. Burr. ef that they ffor One Hun
The Only Exclusive White Pressing ClLb- Aut ateAttorney,. ........ .o.i. I. H AC0?I
Products of Plow and Farmer 3eAttor...... ***.** a** Tnge. alt .talo.
let us Clean'and Press your Ties. Who Lives at Home Should Rprsentatuve J. .X. e nase1 1 ore -fua- a
Be Exempt From In.- Lad Offlals. -
AdletA-Suits Cleaned and Pressed crease. ri,,f. w.r,, one.
S. y Peter Rdford iam ner.
W. E. PARK, Manager eur NationalFarma'Unio0 60a1c& oSee odI Your
The recent action of the Inter* oirun court, w.r. Warooek
state Commerce Commission in Oo.Jndige, Ge. W. Demro.
granting an increase in freight her, Geoe. a. carter.
rates in the eastern classification T"ruaer.s ".M. Towell,p to v IS
S. of territory; the application of Tax ol. A. Allen.
S" |l I 1ll T4 the roads by state and interstate Rupt. Pub. Intn.........................R.L.Turner
-- u lf Isi alin dllllt erfkO ,^A commission for an Increase in stb. o s..- w. J. moon. To
rates, and the utterances of Pres- Oo.rolletor, Geo. W. ofeld1T
n o.o n e s e n urveyor....... ................... John iR. ,n.
dent Wlso on the subject o.omm oner................Dav turner.
OM P R T ^ brihg the farmers of this nation ..................J..J.Wiiams.
face to face with the problem ef ...................o. .dwan
an increase in freight rates. It : ................... M c nul o
is the policy of the Farmers' hool Board............. .Wi Ull .
Union to meet the issues affect- ", J.K. Kely.
0= 8rnt nAl and R il f 8lnnrSec, u Ing the welfare of the farmers v.F. iak.
onlU: andl getldl De alers squarely and we will 'do so in Crystal River Offlia....
this instance. My.or, .......N. Sparkman
The transportation facilities of Marshall, T.a. Harvey. l Saho
the United States are inadequate Clerk and Trea.. A. ,KnlIg.
"O U R S I of comerc a ...i..n s .KA.Miller.s
TO U RS to effectively meet the demands Councll................W.A.S Mller.
""O U RS of commerce and particularly in. ... J.........E WA. ubanksa
the South and West additional .................................... w. .Holder Oail, florm
A R Et railway mileage is needed to ac- .................... .................N. arco.
commodate the movement of farm Justiceof the'Peace..................... Bowman AND DI IF
B ETT products. If in the wisdom of Notary Publio. A. S. King BICYCLE ANl ICULE
our Railroad Commissions an in-
I crease in freight rates is neces- A Farce Comedy, in three acts, SUPPLIES
sary to brig about an improve- will be presented here next Fri.
Long Distance Telephone Connection vice, and ran sptension of our evening, entitled "A Busy A G
mileage, then an increase should Liar." This play will be pre- .
be granted and the farmer is will- sented by Inverness talent for Work. Wlhei Rpaird ai
CRYSTAL RIVER. FLA. ing to share such proportion of the benefit of the B.Y.P.U, and Ptitdy eiblr
the increase as justly belongs to we hope it will be well patron-
him, but we have some sugges- ed.
tions to make as to the manner in ed. High Grade Bicyles and
which this increase shall be lev- Do you take the News? If not igh Grade Bicycles and
ied. sen in your name. Motorcycles
S, Rates Follow Lines of Least Re.
s instance. IN THB OIROVITOCOURT IN AND FOR
Bayview om es Co The fre ht rats of the nation In the matter of the ap tio of Mary
INCORPORATED have, been built up along lines ofiliR to"smofan
least resistance. The, merchant, Willim id t e l o .4
CBTSTAL IYsTI, CITlrS CCOUMy, FLORIDA the manufacturer, the miner, the iasmw wi T qq m iIi' .Oerde Mm, 8oplies ,
-miller, the lumberman and the. afer.e ..e...i .o.I iu, i-ccli.
cattleman have had their traffic Thls t oaCa e a rbe ad Owti t Boilet Shah 7g1
nppllationof thie "M I qWillpOsHsM& a&caCtlais Boxes Sa Ogg
bureaus thoroughly organized and aforeid for ans order and decree under the (uping, oteel or Irn Polley
We do a general real estate business, in many instances they have purt. statute, giving hersi a seto take oboim Ii St or o P y
S. sued the railroad without mercy of and manage herown estate, and to be. Belting.
We sell lots from our own subdivisions. and with the ower of organized omeafree dealer, and W appearing that
t e George W. do Mute, Ifeelai Meeter in REPAIR WORK A o fllyKIND.
We especially want to assist tonnage they ave hammered the chancery, to whom sold application wa re. -
We especially want to assistlife out of the rates and with un- ferred for the takfs of testimony and mak-
Other farmers to locate here.restrained greed they have eate ng a report thereon, has made hi report Ocala Iron W orks
the vitals out of our transpot- which Is this day filed with the court, and
tion system and since we have idaueomning on to be i h ear uon d Ocala, Florida, Phone 4
hdrairoaereport the Spelster, and the court
had railroad commissions, these being satisfied that the sad applicant. Mary -
We hav beautiful water front sites for, interests, with skill and -cunning, Wilams Hyde, posesses the capacity and ,_i
are represented at every hearing uualificatons to take chareof and mawiwe
Wintereor summer homes. in which their business is in. her own estate and prop andsrt n to bene
evolved. It is therefore ordered, adjudged and do.-
The farmer is seldom repre- creed that the report of said George W.
sented at rate hearings as his or- deMuro,as special Master, be andthesinoe SEED POTATOES
nizations have never had the hereby onfmed, nd this ort Grownon the red i teen
Sfinances to employ counsePto de-Hyde, a license authorhlas her to tke FRE FROM DISEASE
velop his' side of the case and as charge of, manage and control her property Sn, hardy, prolific variett., GIve
a result, the products of the plow and estate, and to become a free dealer In them a trial ind for catalogue.
i .As.6. A AL.AA&AAAh,&Akm bear an unequal burden of the everrespect as provdedby aw. WALKER S POTATO FA
It is further ordered, adjudged and do-
freight expense. creed that the said Mary Williams Hyde, Avo, 8teuien Co., T Y.
After she shall have published a py -of
th3b decree once each week for fournuoess-
We do not know what consti- e weeks some newspaper published in
Itutes a basis for rate making and Citrus County, lorlds, shall be, and she is
he ne heard or rane m hereby authorized to take charge of and
have never heard of anyone who control her estate, to contract and be con-
I did claim to know much about trhted with, to sue aat be sned, and to
it, but if the prosperity of the bind herself nall respects as fully as if she
i M u farm is a factor to be considered were unma ried. _
II and the railroad commission con-ary 1 s.m 1916. w
cludes that an increase in rates w.s. BUaLOCX, judge.t o-- -
is necessary, we would prefer .
that it come to us through ar-
Sticles of consumption on their
| **.' A M A *A E journey from the factory to the .. .. ....
Sour Sloga. et as prove ait rm. We would, for example.
s main as at present and the rat .
Laet iheet musc and musc books. VI- on meatberthe increase, for any O- 'l91
tTalkingM 5 lte e ud l^dl. fairer can then avoid theburden ,,ROQCRY AN" MA .K';. .
W s t Preeeg t a th r te o h g ) farm er w ho w ill not try to r eII..m
We sell Steinway, Ohickering,_Mathushek, and hi. own meat ought to be penal. .. .. -:

up, on easy terms. We sell organs flom $25 ap, and brick can much better bear
caWrite or etalogue, to d Sour. We "oUd prefer
i' I that the ite on plo as remain the We clrry Fancy aqd aFmt Grpeed -,. "' '
UTDTfETb1!NT & BATE *I g .g d "d "machinery panos and resh Masts eia, ase v
A, .jL ANS QlU Na IJSr. s ,uch articles a- the poorer farm. cfert llt^ ''
L"l"l4r Manage r ... or. canot hope to possess bear
Oc l, *-the burden ofinarass.. r .ln
,Ocal. i.a ) e increased rates thotld be
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