Title: Crystal River news
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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: February 5, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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: VID00075
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 40197650
lccn - sn 98026432

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Sroeted by the enaotae pt he.
neceuuary laws t the -nexi 1WS-
*siea of.the lAgidlatu-re,
"In no one of those forty one
states, that ate baim Ao4l s
under more or lea- "coprehen-
sive State ilghwar AwiW,. ha
the power or re pomilittr or,
authority of County Oomnmiison.
.. en, or other Ooauty authorities,
been ridged.
$ Itb ha beL am viable es.
ee, periaoe- t ,.tr perisfkt
which i.Is
fined to mtin Mode i theS41
states, has rmlted f-vooabIy.
The eugineeflug sistene which
Sbeeta given to loHtise by
coBtnetet State i highway
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Miller, plaig et..
SMrs. E. M. J .,aoiemommon-
known bpe-'a Qrmndmother
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several d.. iy ..iat p-eseot
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I hbve vTisit l anrie this
bth Nfnei emonstrators
Eight OooperatorB, thirteen
1ioys .
'Other farmers visited at their
fatme Thirty
SOirsluars and bulletins dis-
tributed Fort~
Letters wrij4a Eighteen
Rogs treated Eighteen
Hogs innOoulatea with hog
cholera amsrqi Eighteen i
Miles b team and auto 160
: W.'. Allen, Agent,
OBTUARY
SM.rv M. Bradley (nee) spey,
Bo-m in N, C., Feb Oth,
156. was mamrred to Brother
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the Mother f ftle idl-'
ran of A.om three Msrvive hAeI
a b4 i h IbAl, two son$, one
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tary Houston
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ina in Anril.


ively continue te0
dictating the citrus
this Stote.
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the yoa Live Stock Amoia-
-on, held In inford during the
poe W Mair.

TAINS
Ax interesting .ofal eves
was eldaltNe home of lMs. V.L"
cOlt oev lat Tueday evenil.t
Swheo she enterhoed in hoBerf
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seU t. had bs o
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ts w eM 'uu( to the i-
Ir,..r p amusIng ad
ial were played for
PtON then cards -woe
.. .L.. '.'out and several tables
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4 .rftgeamreebluments consisting
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lKtuly ltMppearing only
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GRANDMOTHER KNEW MAY INVESIGATE Florida "'"l oL, N'1

Coa MARd AN Arms Next M derful
M MusItr4 ITUIr llil in I11L -_ -- ', >; .^ i I '. + .
Taap.-T- e Tapap j@i will ba C ^ I. X tltln fl -Wii
an now 1 the relief ad help that the Natiomal Guard and of theS ecrerlf01kitB lnd
But the old-fast lders -austard s.tel i5k4 pry 53 by hM5f bf S
muster*~a o, nvs, t t pr. Api I Of IOWrm army. capt. IVrne L oG s, e. ,111,01 hator package of il
tar and without a.eInfatre y, d o 1dl market^oa.urr^ kX568Ar
MUSTEROLZ doestL. It Is a lean, AMS. r, CIpe tewon de wr- ldecretbhdwtha pr
white oint-- made with oil of m, s- make the lspecti,.; for the t ewonrstod*,cmtba o.
eth. ,,tG".. IWll.ES DEMANDED ,ter a. ^ C. a s f if Cf1 I S
ttlisterhe _m7 a __" W._ndot-_Y.N,. "MA D Maj. H. M.iSnow, Jr., ao a9t10g InW' .eidati,,w bis, fo ru ini,

It brigs 1 -hw s eedi Resolution From Sentiment In Thnevet h e ao m m'el
disappears. Southern Part Of State
And there s nothing like MUSTER. follows:
OLE for Sort Throat, Bronchitis, Ton. Tallahassee.-The holocaust at Marl. ate Pa r in yotl S
silitis, Croup, Stiff Neck, Asthma, Neu. West Palm Beach, Company L, BeJ
ralgis, Headache, Congestion, Pleurisy, anna will not be forgotten. The press. od Infantry, February 1I.
Rheumatism, Lurbrn o, Pains and Aches of the state was horrified dat the con- Miami, Company M, Second Intan.
of. Backor Jonts ,ra Mus editions revealed by the Investigation. ry, February 16. e d -i u,
Colds of the Chest (It often prevents Action on the part of the chief execu. Key West, Company L SON" In-
u sts, i and ars, ive Is looked for. The Miaml Herald Pe brurompany ond
At yourd In 2c and 50caa St. Petersburg, Company 0, Second
saysnneditorialey, that the stateal is-
and a special large hospital size for .Infantry, February 19.
Be sure you get the Ilme S-lature, when it convenes n April, W Tampa, Company H, Second In tan- s 7 1fUl old secret blod a flavor all itso
TEROLE. Refuse imitat -et what tryFebruarybe called upon to act. tr F ndofthea
ou ask for. The MusterolCompany, Two months have gone by since thed tatira leo i the a
Lea ho.. t fire a t in Wauchula, regimental and battalion proC0, in thespecialy built Frenr*Maerkd au4 u w.taw- v
Cicvetend, Oblo fire In a state Institution at Marianna
took the lives of eight wards of the eld otic rchapl and company 4. Snd 10 cents for 12 c sam ple amd a d Ru
state, under sad circumstances. More BSeond
Ia'dIL1IE ntahan thana nhh eps s imoenthfantot, hFe bruary 2i s, nce
grand jury fixed the blame, substan. an pan C, Second In- P und C ns *
tially on the board of managers. ",Ound a s
canta Compenmy A,11 Secod 4PoundPaaily" l OO 2
A general demand has been made fant r ary 2 o Inftry,
on the part of the people that am in.-MarChm1. yASeondInanry
Ominous Slection. quiry be made into the death of the Gainesville, Headquarters CompanyM market M ilb, New OrU eI I "
A Balti e man tells a story of boys at Marlanna by the general as and Supply Company, Second Infantry, Lt
a minister wh risin -,ao address his sembly. M c Noc o.,LC t t P l
congregatio nnoied that the sub- The state legislature, which meets Marke, Company h Second Infan


n m every storminy wind that on of the board of managers seems tallon field offcers, chaplain, A. I. 8. and 8HINGLE MILLS am the be -
blows, possible. A. P. and Company.L, First Infantry, lumber makers.
evrsestgidisoure woudes A ih tre ohFARQUaAR ENbGINES are the be 'r M
m every swelling tide of woes, LIFE ON THE KEYS March 5. ullers.mpany, First I
ere is a calm, a sure retreat- -Pensacold, Company I, First Infan- ,UARU CORNISH BOILERS Ire the beat steamers.
'TIe found beneath the mercy seat.'" Warders Of Southern Italy Small In try, March 8, PFARQUHA THRIBHER8 are the best iraln
And he couldn't imagine why the Comparn To Florida nDeFunlak Springs, Company K, First RUFs GASOLI.E ENGINES are ple
A wives of the congregation present all Key Infantry, March 9. W d ot able.
looked daggers at him.-Baltimore eys Jacksonville, band, Headquarters, I nWe d mofttl woo r r'l .
*American Company, Supply Company and Com- 1 9uI1 fon to. wt e aoportu
American. Tallahasaee.-Poets have woven un- panes A. B, D, E and F, First Infan- ave Ao. I.lEnS, so s m
No BAKING POWDER MORE dying verse, and painters have etch. try, March 12. I aine, gll. W .MC il r
WHOLESOME THAN ALUM ed upon Immortal canvas the glories State Camp Grounds, state camb
POWDERS. of southern Italy. Its romance and grounds and rifle range, March 16. Not Wanted. Prover* Didn'
POWDERSts charm have been the theme of bard St. Augustine, Company G, First In- "I have a friend who would like to Mrs. Brown was In tht.
ts charm have been the theme of bard fantry, March 27. et In touch with you." ng Nora, the fook, prep t."
Washington, D. C.-Alum baklli and subject of artist for centuries. General headquarters and state ar. "Excuse me; my own friends' 'touch' "It's an old laying," s
powders are no more harmful to a per- But with all that may be said of senal, March 18. Is about aa much as I can afford." to Nora, "that 'too aisy
son than any other baking powders. Italy and her climate, her varl-colored the roth.' Wht doyou
Such is the conclusion of the ref- -sies and opalescent waters, can their ROSIN SHIPMENTS POSSIBL ."he rep
,ar ib r t Ad AW"ti F VritlM. Wk4I-< leimiA.WlpmU'th*elltI' t j I Aot U to worry about
.as the result of experinleuteoto deter- Gulf shore? Thousands of+ wer means Isn' Note, And Will t *o oest
mine the influence of aluminum cornm- who have toured Europe until little Exportation To Holland A '
pounds on the nutrition and health of remained for them to see have return. -portat.oT Holln d WThe good ol e youu Sg
three sets of extensive experiments on over the Florida coast and Its beau- an now e pped without nterfeourrnal.
human subjects conducted independ- tiful islands, can now be shipped without taterfer
ently by members of the board and Kissed by the warm sunshine ol win. once by British vessels to Rotterdam, go 8iok headach biliosne
was in response to questions put to it ter, fanned by gentle and warm brees. thus opening up a market which has N a c
by the department of agriculture. The es in the summer time; surrounded been loed to shippers since the be bad taste or constipation
board's report was unanimous and was by water that reflect every color of ginniag at the European war. Intor- by morning.
signed by Ira Remsen, president of the opal; shaded by palmjnd myrtle, maUton that the British had concluded by mo'r-
Johns HopkJns university, Chairman: towering pine and fragrant cedar, with some arrangement whereby naval Get a 10-cent box. ''
Russell H. Crittendon, professor of the thousand and one flowering plants store can beleWelved at Rotterdam Are yo keep your bowls, liver,
physiological chemistry in Yale unt- and shrubs, these Islands, many of was contained n a telegram receive nd to h lean, p ure and freshr.
versity and director of the Sheffield them of great fertility, form a chain from Senator Fletcher. It li as fol. with Camerhts, or merely foreign a
Scientific school: John IH. Long, pro- of wonderful beauty along the Gulf lows: er
lessor of chemistry in Northwestern shore from Cedar Key to Key West. "Washington. Jan. 24, 1915.-Britlih passageway every few days with
university; Alonzo E. Taylor, protea- Some day they will be known of ambassador advises that rosin and t- Pur tlvat tersl? l t haltor 0M0 ;
sor of physiological chemistry In the and advertised from Bangor to Seattle, pentine can be shipped to Rotterdam p .-i
University of Pennsylvania, and Theo- and they will tenant summer and win- without let or hindrance. As regards Stop having a bowel wash-day. Let sad ae ted lO L -
bald Smith, professor of comparative ter huge colonies of people who will Italy, better have evidence before Cascaets thoroughly cleanse and reg. S Fatim0 C11 1
pathology in Harvard. learn much of the joy of life that shipping that rosin and turpentine des- late the stomach, remove the sour rette-the plall
hitherto lihas been undreamed of by tined for neutral consumption. and fermenting food and foul gases, T. .
Rather Mixed. them. "D. U. FLETCHER." take the excess bile from the liver mild Turlkih-bled ...
"I don't like that deal you're in." Holland Is a big buyer of both roeai and carry out of the system all the BOW nloked Uti ;t-
"Don't worry; you mon't be answer- TRAMMELL NAMES LOVE and turpentine, many cargoes in the constpated waste matter and poisons ally In this l ,o
able If it's questionable." Past going from this port to Rotter. in the bowels.
Edward C. Love Appointed To Pill dam for distribution in that oo6ntry. A Cascaret to-night will make you D' sHuefi I l W^ ** '
Don't strike a man because you Unexpired Term of Late and the fact that no shipments hive feel great by morning. They work f AN 7
think he sl a coward. He may be tour Judge Malone been made for many months should while .you sleep-never gripe, sicken
equal-and then some. cause buyers to enter the market ac- or cause any inconvenience, and cot
Tallahassee.-Governor Traiamell tively to supply their wants. It is ev. only 10 cents a box from your store.
Nuihing equals Dean's Mentholated Cough appointed Edward C. Love of Quincy Ident that stocks In that country are Millions of men and women tale a
Drops for Bronchial weakness, Fore chests, to succeed Judge Malone, deceased, depleted and there should be a good Cascaret now and then and never
and throat troubles-5c at all Druggiits. of the Second judicial circuit. Mr. demand in the Immediate future, have Headache, Biliousness, Coated
Love comes from a family of lawyers Tongue, Indigestion, Sour Stomach or
China will soon start to mint more and his legal ability is recognized. PLANT TRES FOR DEAD Consttlpation. Adv.
than $700,000,000 in silver. Ills father was state's attorney and 'a -- -
.""............. lawyer of considerable force in this Tallahaeese Women Held itemerlal Quick Work.
i state. His appointment will leave va. Service For Departed "Rome.rasn't built In a day."
S* cant the position of district attorney Member_ "That just goes to show how much
P On't G ive Up! of the Ullted States court, a- there more powerful than human agenels
i owaay diath du. to wak kidnes tIs further conjecture now as to who Tallahasse.e-T,he Tallahass We. the forces of nature are."
ar moed ehs ueo thao5 yar, sid will be appointed to fill this vacancy. men's club hdlt It anual memorial "]Xplain."
If.Aerdlug to she eus. Ovork ad The name of J. W. Kehoe of Psaaco- services at the; high si.hool with the "What it took man centurIes to
worry are the Muses. The klIneyI can't la has been mentioned as the probable pupil pautilpatlan tin the aereies. build, a little old earthquake can de. '
Irs upbad al iht kidney weake appointee to the latter positalUo. If Mr. A ittlag tribute wae pald to the sem. stroy In about forty seconds."
I fU+aaoyugl e uird Kehoo is appointed It i believed that ory of three departed club imemters,
Iro u hdo' 'take orba uri a Guyte P. MeCord will receive the ap Misses Mary. 5. Lewi s, Lila wis No man is a pestaity unless h lei
the dasr More ear sa to diet, habit, polatment as his assistant Mr. Love and Lisits Tatum. As a part of the the busbead of a too prominent a lem
ste. aId the use oft Dean's Kidney Fills will arrange to be relieved and as- prOgram for treese, ftr Bn each side wa -i
oagt to brig quik relief. sume the duties of his new poealtion of the schol t bufldlag, wer plated, S tryi.
.JA or caudge Love is 41 years old. and was for an everroin n t ad ap.'T hri bldCr M llmK a S
m ra J. wr roa rd appointed by Presdent Woodrew WlI- preolation of the Uaoelatio and work The ntaiy C 1 o
.. 5, W, Lemon t., son in May, 1m, to the much ,ought in the club of the "epeute members* be C i
O o ear s for offlee of Unted States district at. After a we their
I f ^Me aIoldn' se- torney. It made. a eost eacellest naUs- be I igw tha ware!L
t oltidown to at mI record In t i short tie.- he. ha held hung thereamo. Is the RI tiral er a-
Inkles were +trrtbly that imporsant positioR. ... it base bae. the mete'
Isw6lln i ws. aie- Judge Love was born andF4$4 to I. of thOeli sol+ 4 tes+ i n thratae v
mtI edlein' Qnlicy and Ia a brotlhe Of oDt, ISamo Oa o .. ', 'a C


gave me only aIght Love of Jaehaosville. le will eSAter u. Dwl-i as 4iKrhen $le
relief. Innally pI in.
aged Doon's Kidney Uponb hi now du4tioes once.colmam ft....
meill 64they un (14." f ~. I .
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onW obruW UU9MPIt.=*" Ift"spocst.a eni iIt Itdoesn't straighten
NO* DW00* IOoSA voS k 4 YORru '40 tAtr you feel U One85
W = rqa 6lhhl.. sut. n 1 ra ptyuto go back to
-, 'the utalof gt 9M otirmdf6o). Dod-
Wvrm"m TOO 1er 70f ~dtoling the
saee of ealowelfbemvau* se no relliver
4vi t WWht m" l~ow~l; e"tlrIV 9tetabwetherefores
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i&e ofd daIxbhen soMdier went
to wI he stood some chance of being
novoed with glory."
.': a so. 8t nowadays he merely
,et oovred with mud."

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Fort That eqsity and ab May
S*M f A 1A Ratinlag
to Mk Paurh ie.
Harrington Ererson, the well-
ktowt omicloey 6kpot and oeclecy
counsel of the navy;, id In a Wash- i.
Ington dseusnlon of ofelency in sales-
manship.
"The young salesman can make no B
grtor mltako the to think that It jotses a good toeas laae t
lquasiy and gab ar.tthe chief tetors keep the body of the patient as strong
In making sales. They are, but too as possible to o0unteet the eRest at
often, the obhef factors in losing sales. the polsoj rested by tbSgrip bMall
A talky salesman-what a borel lus An ex oratont with 0me1
"The representative of a promise laxative qualites i the saest un*
Wo m q edi, Such is Peruna,
novelty complained to me one day crL ytry Gates I8 116Prst Ave,
about his unsuccess. Lst r Al,. w lted: "I haL &
'The machine,' he said, 'has got bad oae of grip. I tried Peruna sad
wonderful points, but I can't make it eured me. I can saftely say it a
people go them.' fine medlctul.
"IKnowing the young man's weak. Mr. Geor geA AW. I N. Pfast.
m, answered: tin St.. Brasil, Ind., writes: '1 am
"'How do you expect a customer t remedy for grip, and I do mot ba
see your poit. George, when you talk ily endorse and recommend I."
him blind?'"
Alabams Man says Tetterine Cuiwe WWHY OT TRY POPHAW'1
Mogya. Ale.. August 1. INS.UK!'
i' w .. o ASTHMA MEDICINE
I received our TotterIe all 0. K. I S I A N I
have ged It Ior csema and Tatter. Rihg- Off Prair e lk tlv. elef hIn IyeT
Vorms. Olda ioreMa Ind Rlinogs a cn d c o s aaby 8 mPui eSNA
ladly recommend It cure. LMTria ul"g aL l a10I.
TtteOOne cure@ Ecsema. Tetter. Boll, WIlUAM I UF. CO., Pepe, Clew iL
ln s Worm. Dandruff, Cankered Bealp, --- --
Midson, Itchlng MPon., Chiblain@ and ev.
ry form of Bealp andm Bkin Dliase. Tot.
*vinM 6k: Tetterine Soap Se. At drug- V utr .
tso or b mall direct from The hup- I YU HAVE
Co., evannah 0l. P.. = 6WdW
ith every mail order for Tetterine we Dmb se Sem
v a box of Bhuptrne's Ice Liver PIlli Ie;h ih froarflss4ewa sI -s

Good Reason.
'Here's a new book called *Cn-.
"I suppose the author wants to be waiIemytbiiMble. l atsn.
in everybody's eye. Ti

RUB-MY-TISM LADIESell 1OOMBIIN
Wil ryutor .e morat n LAD S. a, retsn
WIfl @e yo urRhe0umatism 8 aa we make beas.il ul astem vwise or ltmras
kinds of aches and las-Neural tia, *ton. Trugh our mil order dpaneat
...... we1 ass oM wiesoo hBman har onfly," air or.
Cramps, Colle, Spral, ults, Cuts, aosem u andl ot te we matb we
Old Ss, Br, ete. AAnteeptlo 4 y o hair. Writ today for
o --- .. ..... me-- ad t erm. Agma Waw ed*-wewas
Anm y" Priceu--A1. TH8. A.LAOUYTOIO M.,,1A5.M2.
S.somehow or others it is always oaf-r
er.to take a aistatke than to own up Swm Poeatoe Suipsa ta
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CRY ST LnoNEWS ____' for FEINBERf'S PARADE saR|O
..6,.. The Peoples' Friend
PUtLIBHED EVERY FRIDAY. m h re
R. L. PARK, eBditor Pioneer Mercantile Co.
Maerd" Sthrewieste. orys ta ver A copy of the Tampa Trauism,
Ulonerl"aesoM m ---lm matter. m gotten out by the Tampa Board
*___ of Trade i on our desk,and it
^"]mI== PO=$. 0PB.inv reflects much credit on both r 'J
BUBSRIPTION s.ooPERBYEAB. he city of Tamps and its Board
AD ITI.IoG B of Trade. A
hliert r the month The fair at Sanford Is now in
i,, .. o..s.u full blast, and we bet those at-
wreby n o rnthe ar. tending re getting something 1
stutSr5uwtn o ueghtueuon. good. BSanford don t do thine A
by halves.
Slon.. .so ._.r.e. doTART iRIDAh,
will. t J.^ Tnot be1. 1 1111 |40.11.ampa N ews las t Friday, on-
epegeed by oorresmond te ined 104 pas and wa at well R ID A Y r '.I
gotten up pager.
IT IONT YOUR TOWN-ITS YOU
Syou want to live n the kind of a town The News is constant adding .-
,ikes the akindofa town you like, uew name to its list. We e Lntr
You ntednt slip your clothes in a grip this week anew one front Aurora,
And start on a long. lons hike. IlL 1 I A
You'll only find what you left behind.,
For there's nothing that's really now: Editor Mayes of the Peassola
Sa knoeat yourmelt when yo a nok Journal died on last Monday, _... _;_ ,
It isn't your town-itt you. February 1.
Be town are not made by beafraid PROMPT ACTION WILL TO m e rie om e A ll
I~Lt somebody else gets, ahead; THAT COUGH Ve.... III
When everyone works and nobody shirks THAT COUGH
You can raie a town from the dead. When 'ou first catch a Cold (often ade Q e r s l
And If while you make your personal stake indicated by a oneese or cough)a
..+,, :::::,oto,...+ ,,h t ..h-o, Id. aNOTIONS Ladies' Shoes Dress Goods
Your neighbor can make one, too, break it up at once0110. The idea
Your town will be what you want to see- "It does not matter" often leads to
It Isn't our town-it's you. serious omplsatlons. The remedy Gold Eyed Neodles, package 2c $8.60 Walkover Shoes 60.18 Yard
S u -Milton a, Gazette. which i mm IbelO nd easl pns 10c Hair Nets on this sale 6 1.-c 2.00 White (Cnvas Pump.1i 12 1.-2 Dress Gingha 8
L/STEN DAUGHTER kind demanded. Dr. King's New Pins, package le 1.76 Gngm a
Discovery soothes the lion, Shoe Laces, pair c le 8.60 Shield Brand Shoes 2.48 o Apronm Gngham at 5c
k Listen Daughter. Your Moth-loosens the phlim. You feel bet- o .8 100 Apron Giulham at 1-2o
er tells me that you and she tsr t on "t m d to r B Thred 2 for lc 4.00 c Poplint io
the very spot of my Cough" i 0one3ladies' 1c Hand2kerchiefs 6c 2.76 50 Poplin at J50
have been talking over the of many honest tetimonals. 275 25o Crepe at 170
matter of getting a hired girl to your Drugsist. Men's. 10 Pad Garters at 7c All Chldren's Shoes at Cost 75 Blue eroe 89e
do the housework. She also f80UTHERN INV ORS No olieas at -. 26 Onc e lt Ladlde' Shoe 95 .
says that she feels sure that you -- I5s Neckties at One I L 'Shoe 9 MSl n
two could get along with the The following patents were 600 Neckties at t M One Lot Men's Shoes 1.28
work all right, but that the just issued to Southern Olientse un
young fellow who is coming reported by D. SWIVT & 0o., J. B. Stetson Hats one Lot Men's Hats 1.39 61.50 L 'd(es* e uia
around here evenings will think Patent Lawyers, Washington, D. All latest shape 1.25 7
we are not swell enough if he 0., who will furnish copies of 15C Arrow Collarn at 9c 1.0o GOWN8, 1 9
knows that you and mother do any patent for ten cents apiece 8.50 and $4 Hate to be sold on ,.00 OBI ad 76
thehousework. Don'tyou worry to our reader. this sale $2.78 25c Smpede at 13 DRAWER .
about that. If he thinks such Florida. Thomas Brewer, ________ __...
stuff, he is not gocd enough for Homstead, Appratus for build-, Hasting, -Robert T. .
you. But he looks pretty good ing roads. J. G. Gardiner, Day- Dasler merchant, rved no-
- mJtTurmil .tin P rm ; Dressler, a merchant, sv no- L A
the more of you when he knows Sorting Machine. # rt0L3 I t I
that yon not only know how to Alabama. Lige Robinson, $2 damages anyone who calls ,
cook and bake and mend, but Em ire, Mining Muchine; Rog. him by his nickname "Jke." Oala, Plorlda
that you are on the job. So let's Brae 0Mloas- -il~,.10 0l "OA ,T"
put up a little game pn him Georgia. James ollnd, 70l UV AND BOWIB .
The next time he comes, receive Atlanta, Astomatic drain or re .
him in your kitchen apron. Tell lief valve: Oalude B esusee, _,, i a m ,_4she tio5f0f0,40 1,
him to amuse himself in the Atlanta, Combined seeded and m asnse s,s u ema .,Catal, -$5
finish manicuring the supper oor, Gainesville, BOokold Surplus and Profits $4 0
dishes. I won't be here, you er No edds how bad your river, stoem. State, Couny and C Detpo ty
know. He picks out my lodge Pittsburgh, Pa.-There are 80, Aso bowels; ow much your had .
nights to make. his calls. Sol 000 men on the pay roll of the atiUo, indigestion, bilious ness mJ
wont be in the parlor to embaras U. S.Steel corporaton. and sluggish bowels-you always gt
him. Then, along about tenrei with cascarets. They im [=
him. Then, along about ten iKa f orKntt NM *Ml dely clea ase nM d regulate the stom- w F ,
o'clock, ask him if he wouldn't N as, Iremovet me ar, tf, e ntiwg food r
cNoc *use quikrm *ad winke sa foul sea ; take the enoess bile -
like a bite of lunch. He'll in- and try to wear out your 5uma* trom the live and carry of the com
sist that it will be too much ti. It will wear you out I se wte matter GEO J. BLITUH, Pres. W. w. MetRAIaYn Yioe. L
Apply some glean's Liniment. Need from the Intestines and bowels. A GW
trouble, but you tell him he may not rub It in- st letit penetrate all loost box from your drueist will D. E. MoVER, V-Pres. D. StTILB, Oahlea
come along and help. Any man through the aseted par rllee keep you liver and bowels clesa;
cthe soreness and draw as iman. soach sweet and head clear for
in the world will fall for that. You go t se am t once and jte1 so i emo .l They work while y s ilsee r- r
He'll trail along after you to out and teol other saffenrteriut -
the kitchen. You'll have the Sloan's. Get a bottle of 81oian'es em -
stage all set and the proper cos- lin d have It in th .e The oneer aale
tames ready. The costumesM golsit Colds, Isoe and ilellin o o I &A
for you and one for him. Ohs anoed-but itdoes givealmotin.:t P rice
he'll put it on. If there is any. *tMt ruof.' u bottl< t T
thing a young fellow will fall ... M
far it's the kitchen apron and aD Ch ke3 T I Usu rTP- PPA
I::^L a:EF BANG UMAL (OD THINGS T
the lunch ready. Tell him to *A1Q L ; *
slice the bread and no matter 8Ud A i Asti eu ellr hi5ce STOrlol"
how he butchers' it, tell hi.m it we t It re statwh. Fresh Pork iait
fine. Ask him if he oan make m.. i s brand new.?
can, let him go to it. And you Oum is the oely store In town whioh has no old Por : ,.
praise it to the skies. Ask him :eok ot Mill fad to gatrid of at S ipeoi Sal es :
forth recipe. Tell him you'll We can it yoar fet to pertclies, be they large and BO A Rk oadt + -
keep it a secret. What would inmly a foeniae snd dainty. We have the most eleant, f "
S you lke for a wedding present? Meta'rShoes and the est, daintiest Ladies' Shoes in
Wichita, Kans..-S. T. Jocelyn, Otr. o.nty, at prie. tm will yv pocket book, a .s. Frest h Ve gentable- Bu
divorce pecor, refused to live well the shoes wiB6ftrt8o feet. ,.,I U..,.
Mrs. Ivty May Warner a divorce Our Dtytoods, Iae astry, Shirts, Collars, Ti, t o, ,+.
ieause her present husband Is ha all been e.are,'i'lee"ed. A I '
St L ouit. As to Gorle sheeloms .yowlels ea ..l .I te, Llt Iost,
SBs. i,. Mo.-SBeeoh owl Js th. 4m^ tt l M^ ta si.0 ^S +"t. .....oHr


th-as ftes1*ties 10.ato mny .-.,2;
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Th I e Quarterly Conference of
the Methodist church was held
'" I b here lastSaturday by the Presi-
ding Elder; Rev. F. R. Bridges
of Ocala. Mr. Bridges preached
an able and interesting sermon
..,- on Sunday morning.
1 NOTICE
S The Otily Sale ain Town. Tin and Eiameled Ware The regular meeting of the King's
Daughter's Circle will be heldIn
So'i Go Down. Going Cheap the new reading room Wednesday
d k Pion afternoon. Feb. 10, at three o'clock.
Brick Store-PIONER Pioneer Mercantile Co. Al members are earneetly urged to
be present.
Sr. A. A.:g we shopping Dr. R. B. Kemp of Greenibo. 'ond your printing to the
I o iowa Saturday. ro, who hae been very satidfacto- News ofce, and get the "Quali-
SLA. & Blac k, lr llM the place of Dr. B. R. Kind,"
yeasubleh etery day. l-iab dfuorn his .Taok.
mb Vill I"ies for his home to. The King's Daughter's Circle
*, OaytO Priest of OhkatU, Ay have estAlbshed a reading room for
V11 I.to' the beneath of our young men. It is
M We 0. leaigh of Newnan, something that wa greatip needed
Mr., is her o e le hee, apd we hope they will meet
Loaps Novab Of Red laol, ., is here to spend th balance with much enooragement in this
*0 a StlatLw itor. of the winter with his son, Dr. grand work.
B, T. Patterson went up to B. R. Leigh, the popular drug.-
Ooaa, tueeday morning. list for the Crystal River Drdg TAIM T OF DANlUMl F
Bev. H. P. Blocker will peach oinp-ny. --
at Lecanto Sunday, fb. ,'7. Peyton Bailey and Adolph ave yo a a 2i sent bottle
Mr. Hal Edward. buel. Dame of Ocala, motored over st*om e h oalp s
ess trip to Ocals 1 Sunday night Mr. Dame was -
a- atled here. on account of the so- Thin, brittle, colorless sad seray w
1d Pound of Gainesville, was rius ilta.b of his grandmother, hair s mute evidence of a dglted |
ma our town one day last week. Ms. Stone. T e a r a uftas to dSrouv .to
M. 0. ough b Mrs. Drew Edwards who the hair as dadruff. It obs the hair
0. Houh h d rs. Drew Edwards who h of its lustre, Its strength sad Its v
from pleasant visit to Georgla. been spending some time here lif; nttuly poducig a 11ve1 .
Oof "Bar of Gainesville, on account of the illness and it not remedied ans the hair roots
wa. with nus several days this death of her mother, Mrs. Espey, 1 I- hdkS oa"S sa I--- the M
"r tails out t. A little Dowderine
week. returned to her home in Bernan- toniat--ow--aa tnme-wul surely
,gr Chaol .e aed Goods at aM trday. ,e t IowQ at taowlton's
lowest pri~e, GO to Mrs. L. 8. Mr. lank Wilson received a Dadenu e bomsa dru9 store You
surely oa are beutifu har and lots
mack. / mesane Sunday that his father of it itytm wU tra little Dan-
erkgk ah. ati BSry w ,i as ding condition, and den, la iow 1a 1 T. 1tl
t.ger* Sotunday w Dun ft fortNew York Monday morn ----- --
.Mo Isun.d Si r Wilson expects to be Meet Me at
a6f* twero three weks. Pioneer Mercantile Co.
hal k en. 4si Big i6,000.00 Sale S"


of led level, Mbudaf. lug tqt spleadl4 flihing that w 1 s1s .a
Mr. sad Mrs. ~oter King Ormtat ivm afford. WAN B TO BUY-BOAT
t hay,"tu" 06.o ..i. "eol. 0.0. BHost6a. of Lewwi- Iwito bay mome kind of a
b ,- Teat., W. G. LGggitt, of boat heap-eaoruier, launch or
t. 9, al I of mS Dall s tax.; 0. D. Houston, of sloop. Will consider anything
M v.< YTitig hal. ]i, t Mn. Nashville, Tenn. and J.H. Sober. that will Aoat, with or without
h -Ml ier. .. er, of Jwey City, N. J,,. eune 3 to 40 feet, but price
MlleJ r. O. f -of -'of whom aren interested in must be low.e Prefer sail boat'
"' Ceder mill, arem down here with mall engine as auxiliary.
ig after their business in- What have you. Call, write or
i M'phone Jr. Johaton, News oflce
tn.t i wae "The Busy Liar" which was *
presented here by Inverness tal. Carter Venierie
take t for the benefit of the B. Y. -
.700" ecllke P. U., wau well attended by our
peoes and they realized a nice Pra'a hsio
# ti 2 BIi# eh.e lt sumi. ThA play was well
presen"' L p oited, and greatly enjoyed Rpair
Sr. T elA by all who* attended. --
J. We invite the attention of our
ie ader to the change in the ad. All Work Guaranteed
S e t rtisement of the crystal River Proes Reasonable
A 11Drug o. When you see a frm
.. p i 'ili Ao.tantly udsing printers ink, s. O Aw., nwru1 Sr. -
S i ,. .. and a In writing their adver.
"' /~J4lftW 'h s: / + me.ts, you may restasred ,,__-,_ ,, "_r
1' tbf r et the!y know they ean "dol.- Ci

i, ,, ,: ar. 0. 4 Miller was 'adly
..y 'I w se iu 'wei* libwud on both hands fmd arms are me Uly desred
'r'^qti baday morning whilewrk. wo
v r U ,g ith ,,his ,Aetolle a en.. ,
.::W:* ^^iS~rt. 0tl al e. the aaoedent was e'aued AR PUSH Ij
---..,, IIbia. Miller's holdine a mato Beside jiTnsg youth lox- I
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Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand
Coffee
Morris' Cooked Calves Brains
Van Camps Pork and Beans
Columbia River SeckEye Salmon
Overseas Brand Asparagus Tips
Libby's Hawaiian Sliced Pine.
apple
Heins' 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 Graham Flour
Gold Medal Buckwheat Flour


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Do you ever suffer from headache?
Do your eyes pain or ache?
Does the type become blurred after
reading a short while?
If you are troubled with any of the
above ib is probably become you
need eye glasees
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Bawke's Lenses and are thoroughly
prepared to it you *ith these
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CARRANZA CAUSES ALARM

Garna And Forces EItablish Tompe-
rary Capital At Cuernavaoa.
Villa FleM North


Im of a Nw Era of Pprity For
AmUrim Papl0 i Arsivd
PROGRESS SOO PridPARENT

PROGRESS SOON APPARENT


Executive Saye Now That Uncertain-
ties Are Removed, Business
Will Brighten
Washington. Another confident
prediction that the country soon wM
enter upon a new era of enterprise
and prosperity was voiced by Pres.
dent Wilson In a speech before the
convention of the American Electric
Railway association.
Speaking to business men and
through them to the world of business
generally, the president outlined what
the Democratic congress has tried to
accomplish through its trust legisla.
tion, and declared that, while a test
period would be required to determine
whether the correct remedy had been
applied, he believed the "maze of In-
terrogation points" which had checked
enterprise for twenty years had been
cleared away. With a common under-
standing regarding business reached,
he said, henceforth nobody is going
to be suspicious of any business just
because it Is big. He gave some of the
"rules of the game" which he thought
ought to be followed, heading the list
with publicity-"not doing anything
under cover."
"I have always maintained that the
only way in which men could under-
stand one another was by meeting one
another," said the president. "If I
believed all that I read In the news-
papers I would not understand any-
body. I have met many men whose
horns dropped away the moment I
was permitted to examine their char.
acter.


New Era Of Prosperity
"It seems to me that I can say with
a good deal of confidence that we are
upon the eve of a new era of enter-
prise and of prosperity. Enterprise
has been checked in this country for
almost twenty years, because men
were moving amongst a maze of Inter-
rogation points. They did not know
,whjat.wAs going to happen to them.
~"All sorts of regulations were proposed
and It was a matter of uncertainty
what sort of regulation was going to
be adopted. All sorts of charges were
made against business, as if business
were at fault, when most men knew
that the great majority of business
men were honest, Were public-spirited,
were Intending the right things, and
the many were made afraid because
the few did not do what was right."
FIGHTING IN POLAND '
Results Admit Being Repulsed In The
Carpathian invasion, But The
Battling Is Hard
London.-Again It is in the east
that the most sanguinary fighting Is
taking place-in east Prussia, in parts
of Poland and in the Carpathian range.
Most important of these engage-
ments is that in east Prussia, north of
the Masurian lakes, where the Rus-
sians were repulsed by Gen. Von Hin-
denburg's troops in the early days of
the war. Here the Russians are bat-
tling hard with the Germans in an
endeavor to pierce their way through
to Konigsberg.
Already Into east Prussia for a dis-
tance of twenty to thirty miles, the
Russians report they are fighting in
the forests to the north of GOumbin-
nen and Pillkallen on a line running
north and south some thirty miles
In length.
Petrograd says that near Borjimow,
In Poland, trenches were taken from
- the Germans by bayonet attacks and
that on the Gallcian front of the Car-
pathlans the Russians have made sat-
isfactory progress.
Cairo reports that Turkish outposts
have reached the vicinity of Tor, near
th, southern point of the Sinai penin-
0 aula, on the Gulf of Sues.'
Berlin asserts all the German war-
ships engaged In last Sunday's battle
have retarded to their base except the
Blueeher.
A royal decree has been issued eall-
ing to the colors Italy's soldiers of the
Slrt and third category, and also the
Alpine troopL.
HaeeeN Wane "fro. Nvy
Washdngton.-In a inal appeal in
the house for a aer navy, Represep-
tatUve Hooa of Alabm declared It
We hie m on vmwietin that the Unit-
ed State had secured peace with Ja-
pan only by giving suraneg of a
Speedy retirement from the .f1lip-
,ples. In going lanto the read he
S eald whea the Amerina leet. wet
at' Moad the world during the fmt',
S- elt admablstrUatic, it was allowed t
to Jam only on the asurseis

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MRS. FRANCIS B. SAYRE
The son born at the White House
to Mrs. Francle B. Sayre, daughter of
President Wilson, is the eleventh child
born In the White House. Of the ten
others six were girls and four boys,
most of them being grandchlldren of
presidents. Mr. and Mrs. Sayre were
married at the White Houe Novem-
ber 25, 1913.

KAISER'S FORCES MAKE DRiVE

GERMANS ON WESTERN FRON-
STIER MAKE FIERCE
CHARGES
British Army In Asia Claims Successes
In Marching Toward Bagdad.
Driving Turka In Caucasus


London.-The Germans, who are re-
ported from Holland to be making
preparations for a big military venture
to celebrate the emperor's birthday, al-
rea4y have made-a more determined
effort than usual against thp Prenchk
and British lines In Flanders and
*orthetaPrance. Theyl harw WUEs
ed the French to the east of Ypres
and. have made ng less than five at-
tacks on the Arst division of the Brit-
ish force on either side of La Baa-
see canal.
Both British and French official re-
ports assert that all these attacks
failed and that the Germans suffered
heavy losses,
The Germans admit their attack on
the British north of the canal was un-
successful, but say that on the south
side of the waterway their efforts
brought complete success and that the
British attempt to recapture these
trenches was repulsed with heavy
losses.
These attacks followed a heavy Brit-
ish bombardment of German positions
beyond La Bassee,. la which, accord-
ing to Boulogne reports, one big Ger.
man gun was destroyed, while the
Germans were prevented from getting
a second heavy gun into position.
The Russians are making another
effort to advance In East Prussia,
while in Poland there has been a
slackening In the fighting on both
sides for the moment. The Russians
appear to' be concentrating themselves
on their offensive north of the Lower
Vistula, while the Austro-oermans are
preparing to meet the Russian advance
thrMugh the passes of the Carpathians

ROUMANIAN WAR LOAN
England Advances $25,00000 To Bal.
kan Kingdom To Join The*
Alliee
London.-Ah agreement was sign-
ed In London for the loan of 126,000,-
000 to Roomania. The money will be
advanced by the Bank of England to
the Bank of Roumania against U1u.
manila treaaury bils. The Ilai& a
result of the visit to London of the
Roumanian Sfinance comlson. It Is
understood Roomania will use the
money for war materials. Roumania
la said to be watching closely the
concentration of the AustroGerman
force in Transylvania, whieh might
be used either aialnat her or the RuB -.
dl=4 aIvancltC *ougllh Bukowin.' -
Refpa Seqivelta Moey
Washngtoa.-genator Lodge Intro.
duced a bill to return to Theodore
Roosevelt the $40,000 Nobel peace
pris awarded him in 1 M, which he
turned over to the government as a
fund for the foadnaton for promotion
of Industrial peace. The fad was
teteft4I as a aucleus for the funds
.smp, '. ,.toe i tod its mlate-
unterpl gaMle 6of a ouS. 1
- 0fiittilet tlterget, it Is .
soulcud set be a t,.t
easowe to Waet.st the .


PRINCESS ELIZABETH
The fortunes of Roumania and Sbl-
garia will be more closely cemented
before long by the marriage of Prin-
ceas Elizabeth of Roumania and
Crown Prince Boris of Bulgaria.

MOVE TO SAVE HUNSARY
GERMANY MAKE EFFORT TO
PREVENT INVASION OF
HUNGRY


Mexico City.-Provisional Presides
Gara and his government left th4
capital for Cuernavaca, where a nel
seat of government will be etablishb
ed. The last contingents of the arm]
of evacuation are hurrying through
the streets. The army of oceupatios
lingers on the outskirts of the city,
but is expected to enter soon.
All Buslneae Houses Closed
All the commercial houses and the
banks, and even private dwellings
are barred and shuttered, although nc
disorder has attended the fleeing of
the Zapata and Villa forces.
The National palace, the federal tel.
egraph and postofflces and other gov-
ernment establishments are closed.
The Incoming Carransa forces are
commanded by General Alvarado, the
former post commander here.
Food prices have soared beyond the
reach of the needy. The supply of
food is low and unless the railway line
to Vera Cruz is opened soon It is be.
lived there will be much suffering.
The government's decision to quit
the capital came after a heated discus.
slon at the season of the convention.
It was decided President Oarsm, his
government and members of the con-
vention should proceed after midnight
to Cuernavaca. Colonel OmrN and
Gen. Ernesto Santoscoy a reported
to have departed on a special locomo.
tive..
No Fuel For Locomotives
The deputies who did not leave
were forced to proceed from the city
In automobiles, as there was no fuel
for the locomotives.
Zapata's troops are entrainig in
thirty electric trains tI XoehlmUloo
and Morellb.
There is rumor Iq-circulation that

advancing.
In a secret seesalo of the conven-
tion sospe of the deputies demanded
that General Zapata be called upon
personally to take command of hir
troops and fight the force of Car-
ransa.
However, tt was decided afterwards-
that the capital be abandoned and the
municipal council left la chare. Proe-
viously the convention voted to dis.
miss General Palafoe, milister of agri-
culture, because of- his alleged lea.
pacity In directing operations.
RENEW WAR ACTIVITIES
Struggle Along The Western War
Front Contlnuee-Soth Sides
Clelm Vietery


Fighting Continues Sanguinary In Al.
I aee Without Any Definate Deci.
sive Indications
London.-The eleventh hour stif-.
esning of the Austrian front to check
the Russian Invasion of Hungary as
the natural sequence of the occup.a-
tion of Bukowlna, seems for the press.
ent to be the event of chief military
importance. The Russians recogalge
this and all recent dapatehee from
Petrograd have mphaised the Aus-
tro-German offeasie la. th eatiam*
ern theater,
Austria Isrene have straw t heir
opponents al th

no laport)At rebafisgt RI
eda- yet.
In the western theater theft ba
been so little change that the BritlJs
newspapers prit the offdael ousnuaI.
action with scant coomeat, pretfttg
to feature Sunday's naval action. The
facts concerning tb$ eneaelm t are
not given In detal and the i italty
has added nothing to the oritgla a.
noueemenL


Wilson Honore MeKinley
President Wilson and White House
attached wore eamrnaions, the favorite
lower of the late PresMear Wlliam,
McKinley, in honor of his eaveaty-Ee6
and birthday anniverary. Many of
the present attaches were at the White
House during the McKanler adatnls-
trations.


Loadon.-Nothing has been heard
of the military venture which it was
reported the Germans were preparing
for Emperor William's birthday, un-
less their attacks on the French at
Ypres and on the British at La Bas-
see were intended as such. All of.
facial accounts agree that these at.
tacks were very severe, but beyond
this there is nothing in "common be-
tween the accounts of the allies and
the Germans concerning the fighting.
The French communication P eats
the statement that the Germans were
repulsed with heavy losses, while the
Germans say the British were unable
to recapture their former poslties.
Similar contradictory,. statements
ire made regarding the oevere fight-
ing taking-place "ear raonn mand
Perthes aO the Argoig e and in the
vicinity of St. Mihiel. In all these
cases both sides ai ct -
There has been al* a actiity
along thoe-e-ihn, est. TMe Rua.
sins there i reported to be push-
Ing their effeaive both in at Prnu-
sia ans in Petnd, north of the Lower
Vituals while the German are said
to have bhes eating their attacks
In central Polai-. 1 GOaliqa an Anus
tro4em an roatea an eln-
lIv, whl uteoelf3Lto the Rusoian


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ordIet slliag stm SE he
sourness In ly minut t 'a<

world. If what oe sOEt
stubborn luape, yet balti ro
eectato soe uadwgested.
acld; had Is d4ihy 6.i

with .le tad l ladig l
member ote I eota ile ." -
sa" comes i s t8fiatW614i 3. 4

the joy il a It
A Iro iAftwngt ae m ofl
pepln wIfWveY u afk -
worth o t -ftiretle .,:"", "
It's worth is weight M '
and women who cbal g*t
has roetlatm. ft *" *
home-.ehodM always MIA
Ino eas of ek, ou,.. peeW A'-
during the day or at f eight
quickest, surest and mt'-
stomach doctor In the world-4Ad. '*"'
An Ideal has no tUagible form If .
merely a state of mnad.

RESINOL STOPS OAPMUiW
AND LOS8 OFlP
If you are troubled wlU*i- IA '
oepeam or other sealy, Iteimar-t "- "
affection, try shampOe. with -;, .
soap and a e a traatna ce t t 8666
realbol olatma it... *
priced how ulolly 11 ,:-;.'
pe an 4l the e.tm en:W
t 1g hair m.... iov.
hMIuel MS tn n oi tlig "
blhokheads, -"d
beubolletrateatgsIr
rash, eto. UoMhl taM a
searbe4 byrit S -,

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Wiedem From Taft
"There Is little danger to the public
weal from the tyranny of a reckless
and despotic character of a pres"et
who is not sustained by the people,'
former President William H. Taft-de.
elared at Chariottesvllle, Va, nla n
address which concluded a *erf-he
has been making at the UmnMlvy of,

SUnag.e In Teomteee --
The Tennessee 1uuslatuve to^
lefinite step towaud eaodl sujiv
when the house of r ta
,adopted a resotlon protg' an
amendment to the eteq .osttl
giving votes to women. he T e emo
tIos paaed the senate by a votea4r36
S. the vote in the house was:' A4y '
?t, layr 14. The resolatinU aut
be adopted by the nt nent -
then carry in an slek* 0
people Wtere it ee.ntep
TwM,.ere, PMwiUge lBo'
*The lter ea 1 e Jla l,.
legislture pissd te antl.Ale- '

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IusoWuIof pani sad a dlct onl.
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bat l" Mea i of p am a iletolon
4that .as o oo estrb ea as s I bt ep .
Ite whll ok os e ,site. d whotoo ea.t sit" asNNW
*AnIt tn oas *ans tat tl ylt W i aalstl2 oe asW a4 w" h ?lan t ai nt omans
Ie.is.,' he w. a th e Uuo. w. o ., toa i thetreetue t jaW ha^lf:
.h'eJais ." 010 W16or tw1 of 0 1h T aeatrfteet deemaIr ea Mnwe, ,a1etles sub
Sv ys AA i ts U ol. As lwa t 6 Jweter will ut.
b.favll tW ai l;0 m4yet Am r e th, te n ae of a sap so exam of
dl t faes tra tle to a t m of tl ON s i of. m Whllng
Msa n o lae se wa f ate, .0 01 mYas.* M e ti-eeou. Wthe
"a statMe gawe son oM ewas a a ""-to" hs ee-m It -
.g.la.e tis senate .it 2 aV aleofth saw iU *6 a m Ywr, tso t0 The rth. teal. would
" ..Me~M = i_, Now. smUa has opMbtW td ilJ
I theti plW4 4 rpe ,. if the a &iui phere ho uld "wa a 4too a e world from an
fi J! gt ItaMg Utb li, Matonttel VaJ outgrowso- ooBdie e beta6.-be .
Iwfwil la own? *! my Wgrom m we"k 8Tto -itabim out. eap. Cv
break at Av e ok&.11al of light- R
t e1 s ',. lh. TanseSuzan asORlabama tatd s -wt wtsimedat to c mse thele
'd eK thoughae 2ha th. the S atrw o ua kMeiat ait I alitt*e U space In one of the back counties of Texas
tieT it b- pr othewould become ul d tmas i foraging Same is a negro doctor who enjoys an euten-
s s u ts' The which wold the rt ad g.s tive p cetle o among the M losed popu-
iinelat r to Make $lol TeThe p lr of FllorMi averagehigh on fverla tohe= lati tW woua ld0he ,
is h a ra114a t a se gie ascl for.ths which wte Mld devu all lUving creas. A white physician ccobted him on
615.1manage mente an dobe- Sr w orud be tu fits, Allfor of vegetable ilfe, would the road one day, saying:
Stid e a ek r ived" the views- to thelnaOeceurt, sad he wol b k be b th perhaps burn it to "Well. Doctor Sam, where have you
bommlly w unootddally of belligeat mistaken. Of course management 'd been?"
g6ytjrates @atthe pi b ill uWMnt4 fr something. An able writer uheri o "Been to see Bill Johnsl, sa He
t s i q ur. elan soaP*r smo k ithinsa second;n tol wasstw tn' wid Moses Jones and
Will yield Is er tposrwrte a a f conbe ed into "Be n to se Bil John,. He
"n Wit..due basi "$n i Aboad a


sk th; a &in .th n at's.seriou W td. Waee
AM etnotan ewp fthd a 'e thn com w Ist deladrl !tstiu wiethe ansnder ed thatI seri. ou. Wat d


S tiriish.Pro ea s Gim a sdtmauc tr th rtlth al. nsott goe that oBwet alare thc.tO owdangerously dOUerlty.u
tebeifllgita. 1bythe ooi n Itt serves. theo m* itt a1fs t r W ntlU r tIao quoted gu oareb. Alum was tor
it VW commuty be a part of a u t liO. Otteotb o taii t m onarch of draw d.e t," rtorteWl there dieatgum
u t u 3A g eiSt ator:t&e wkb sey lke t ato The b~ o fgo*A castrophe apl to add that Bill JobnsingtCompletely



te eeitoho llow 4*g ks gsa OlSANeake mot toteyw I 0W to o raereot
Mei -Wonda't somm-to be able to cultivat a


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he wa thea tWtoo, Ye .
rathorw P is." sad me of 0thq di
tors, "to assume r'upoualtly l
weighty and to take command over
Tetewa generals."
'*a oe year," Naieom rplued. "I
slul be oldor ed.
"We cam place you la esomand of
men ooly," aid Carmot, "for the troop
are la eed of everything ad. we cia
tunr sh you with so money to prod*
supplies "
"Give *me only meRn out^," Na'
polem answered, "and I ask for *not
A morew; I will be answerable for
the rsult"-Table Talk and Opinilon
of Napoleon Bonaparte.
The Asylum'% Advantage,
At the rphan asylum the chlldlege'
Mnr Hathaway, who had selected as '
Infant for adoption, suddenly showed
trepidation.
"Will I have to keep th baby i t
doesn't suit my hubaid' *she asked
heltatingly.
"Of course you won't have to keep
It," responded the aeeommodsat"a
matron. "You can bring the kid bak
and exchange it any time. We're not
arbitrary, like the stork."
Byplay Minatrels.
"Mister Interlocutor, can you toll
me the difference between an Irish '
soldier and a Scotch soldier when
fighting in the trenches with the al-
Hlie?"
"No, Mr. Bones, I cannot. Will you
elucidate the difference?"
"One says he is kilt with the cold
and the other says he is cold with
the kilt."
Quite Obvious.
Tramp-It Is needless to ask the
question, madam. You know what I
want.
Lady-Yes. I know whaV you want
badly, but I've only one bar of woapg
In the house, and the servint is using
it Come again some other timea-
London Tit-Bits.
Women will find it awfully monot.
onous In heaven if thq fashions pever
change there.
Wall powers ar society girls who
have been aipped in the bud.


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THE O FAIR -. .,-...,,._ ...o


*eaovflli ----A o se 111110 a1 W % t

The Crystal Pressing Gab THE COUHY PAIR l wic wa 4an dAe oldV SN1
was held on Terrace Hill, 1
"*THI CRMASB THAT WEARS LONOGST AND LOO 00 T" p urday. The members of tie emt
Petsr Radft'd pary were John Fox, Halsey
Dry Cleaning, Pretssing, Dyding Terll, John ina Jonthav
The farmer gets mere out ofm T h n Kg.
the fair than anyone else. The Saack c
We dry clean and press suitsfor 40e. Scrub it for 80. fair to a city man is an entertain4 Austin Texas.-The stringent u
We also do repairing andaltering meant; to a farmer it is education. Allison liquor law, prohibiting l
Let as take a stroll through the sipe.t of 1u into "dry"
The 01 IXdldyo Vhte p f hC b fair grounds and linger a mo- shipment of liquor into "dry"-
ment at a few of the points of territory in Texes, has been
greatest interest. We will first practically invalidated by a de-.
Let s Ole ad Press yr Ties. visit the mechanical department cislon of the court of criminal y "
d S Clened nd Prndhold communion with the appeals, which Judge Proeder. A "
WIG? suitsCl~eanedand PrOMWodworld's greatest thinkers :a old"Wiped it off the Se You r1
W- E.PR an r You are now attending a con- statute books."
W. *. PARK, Manager grus of the mental giants in me -_ b .
chanical science of an a They10 QL UI Aig!'
are addresing you in tongue' s of 180 Lbs. Stigar $1
Iron and steel and in language AM *
Smute and powerful tell an elo- l 11t1e ime
Gulf Fish and Oyster "'ess ..inven.,ve geusAre.. Sa m. T I
IM most valuable farm hands we .
C have and they perform an en-
durinn service to mankind. We IN TEan oxnmv oov0 r U wI A ND Fo
om can a help others for a brief orTUsOoUTYr.oaRIDA.
period while we live, but it takes In the matter of the appioeatlon of Mar
a master mind to tower into the w.iams Hyde to take harre of nd
realm of science and light a torch manageherown estate usad tobecome aYE,
SWholesale ann Retall Dealers of progress that will illuminate free dealer.
S Wholesale and R ail D le the pathway of civilization for Thi cause came on to be heard upon the
future eneratlons. The men who appuelton of the mid Mary WIltsme Hyde
sforesaid for an erder and deoreo under the
gave us the sickle, the binder, statute, sivinghersieoonseto take cha e
the cotton gin and hundreds of of and manageher own estate, and to be-
"O U RSother luable inventions wrk some a free dealer, and It appearing that
in every field on earth and will hanoery to whom ad appcation water n
continue their labors as lon as frreed for hetaking of tstimor anBd mak- ,
A R f time. Their bright intellects have tns a report thereon. has madl hs report
0 4 conquered deati and they will live whlih lo thin ar Mled with the oourt. and
B1:4 I I j and serve mankind on and on ridrcause cmgonheciaastbetheard CupnaidS r s 41
forever, without money and being estiseda tm tth eidappuiant, Mary
without price. They have shown wlliams Hyde, poesses the capasety and
us hew grand and noble it is to qualificatonsetotake M harge rof atndmanage G
110 o fo oe te h a berm e stateaMproperty. and to become Sdul ARGON 61M b W
Long Distance Telephone Connection work for others; th eyaler In
taught us sseens In economy and It i therefo ordered,~ dged and do. We emi i
efficiency, how to make one hour reed that te report of said Geoge W.
CRYSTAL RIVER., FLA. do the work of 'two or more; dfMuro.5pieciaMUmter. beandthe e Pr m*y Mow, -i
have lengthened' our. lives, multi- herebr grant to the .id Mary Wila 'ms
plied our opportunities and taken Hyde, a :iwm aautboisons her to mke s
tpil off the back of humanity. charge of,. mae and control her property IIIgh IC
They re the most pctical ate.dto become a free dealer In
They are the mot practical *nrrespetotuasprovidedbrylaw. Hm -
m's" the world ever produced, it is frt r ordered, adudged and d- ..
Their inventions have stood the ereedthat the .m a Wllim yrde, a w He
acid test of utility and efficiency. iers.oeao shwar wee. puliih easowof
Bev w Homeseereo"e-'- -
0YM eI WCo. Like all useful men, they do not te we asn me i* new r mu"sitedrn S ENDu i
seek publicity, yet millions of otrua oouaty.Flrt asbabe. I*a. a I M ,
-B ymie machines anf their praises from *ere *Gow i o ,
--msCORPOurAD every hastv field on earth and ito s be es. soureOrderuTor e,
TAL ITTT may plows turn the osel l 1'and herself Inatn toalm aituJolla hes Machine or Boiler-W i k, l
CBTITAL lIVR, CITB IS CI9TT, flUA muate apolauee of their marveleM were unmarried. BrasM Outin Bo soxe
achieetents. Done at Obme. OOs"Flors, rdae, a ouplina, 8 l or
--ry). w.. nToouxLno*, Beltin.
We do a general real estate business.
We do a general real te e. If you are not a subscriber for ,UPAlls WeOR ci Al tlUm
We sell lots from our own subdivisions. this paper, bring as syrup, pots.
We espeiallJ y want to asst toes, or any kind of produce, and W.Ocal Iron
take the paper.U W. O l, .......
Other farmers to locate here. rd for Tlomade loth. Ocala, id
ing taken at the Crystal Press. -" yu disl!
We have beautiful water front sites for ings Olb. YOU WILL.FID
Country produce taken in et. Choel Sirloia or
Winter or summer homes, change for subscription at the Round Steak -.. SN,'tA ,
News office. SEED P AT
N s-. e.Pork Orown on the he haMt
Order your new tailor made Roast Beeot c F s O
suitfrom the Crystal Pressing FREE FROM DIG
Olub. Full line of samples. SaowPOaf sn saFd M
S- *-- RoutPortP WALaIr k8 11A1MAtF
We will publish the Tax Collect-
A A--,-A-AkaL-A,-. aLRLALA uAl or's appointment next week. P shSasage. vIsep I e Osu 0 L, ,1 .
Sliced Ham and
SThe d Wag"n show. Biakt- Bee lUll
h 5o IThe wagen show of lons ago, i t b. "
I[very Ih AsLingk 00e of day to tae t Uaeto. OewAT
meseyr wet to the last ceat to get Ms L ,B c s
1bho lsls But what of thatT ? e | C
hos we eat 1with eye Jissded aMi S L.'
| Te wagon show or loss a He, tt 'at

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Latest sheet mule and mudse beeks. Vie- 1_ om< b .* :+ *p+t'. I C-
tor Talking Machines ad Rerds "a ay e. -
We sell teinwa, Ohickering, Mathushek, and F st lwva 1 A C Kr" O.u Lu. .. RA.
man, ohtae n,,nn a ,A a 1s.. oipie.n.s. tm 1bi sA ._ AT I MtIM ( JCIONV L J t "- ..


up, on easy terms. We sell organs from $16 up,
Write tor catalogue.


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