Title: Crystal River news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075892/00077
 Material Information
Title: Crystal River news
Uniform Title: Crystal River news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 51 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Crystal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crystal River Fla
Publication Date: March 12, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Crystal River (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Crystal River
Coordinates: 28.90067 x -82.593699 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1905?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 42 (Feb. 24, 1911).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075892
Volume ID: VID00077
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 40197650
lccn - sn 98026432

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I.iV"b' TO Till Wx OF TOWNs, COUJf. AND STE.

v > W.- M I"1 1 1

Ids fttwe Man Rut Amuck With
Automatk hot Gun
SBunswick, (~a.-Armed with
ab itatomatic shotgun, Monroe
I, 'thlipPA real estate and temn-
.-ble -dealer, ran amuck -in the
bufnieus district Saturday, killed
fiTe oitlzens, wounded thirty-two
and was himself shot dead. Of
the wounded Gunn Tolman, a
S bank collector, and Ernest Me*
Donald probably will dia. The
dead are:
: Harry F. Dunwoody, IiWneflOnt
WilliAm M. Ha ader-
R. M. Deaver, policalOtn.
L. 0. Padgett, former police.

George W. Aebell(inotorman.
Monroe Phillippe, real estate
Sand timber dealer.
S-:. l believe that Phil.
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S. eto prieM.-

.Mimpea Violet and Ruby King,
twoepepWlar young ladies from
this piae, spent several days
last week vislling friends and
and relatives at Homosassa.
, My. Ashley Spooder and fami-
ly, and R. M. Spires and family
visited 0. Horne of this place,
Sunday evening, 1hey were ac.
companies by Misses Oioft and
Van Ness of Hernando.
Miss Marioen King, one of Le.
oanto's moos popular young la-
dies, who was eiifployed as teaclf.
er in the Osello school, returned
home last Saturday. She closed
'her school at that place with an
excellent entertainment.
D. J. Allen was a visitor in
Crystal River Monday,
J. A. Wolfe, made a business
trip to Crystal last Saturdays
Rer. H. P. Blocker filled his
regular appointment at this
place Sunday afternoon and-
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OzseH Newm

The school house was crowded
last Friday night, at the exer-
cises at the elbeinor of school.
The recitations of the children
were very good, and it was a
treat to see the happy faces, of
the many bright and pretty lit.
tie ones there.
There were several pieces ren-
deied by the "gron-ups" in a
splendid manner, which were
thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Everyone wai impressed by
the splendid addresses deliv.
ered, by Mr. J. J. Brown, and
Mr. R. L: Turner, our worthy
and efficient county superinten-
dent of schools. We more than
appreciate having Mr. Turner
with us, as his trip to reach us,
included a trying trip by night
from InverQess, and return.
Quite a crowd of Homosassaites
and Crystalites attended, and'
Jong will this occasion 'be re.
membered, especially by. the
Misses Violet and Ruby King
Irate been visiting Mi L[arion
^T~nf^T~lirharfrr ecau to.

Herur do Brevitfs.

Our clever and obliging po-s
master, J.'F. Slater hasa m*ed
the post-offioe frodin its former
location on Main. street, to the
Seckenge building on Lake
street, which is much more con-
venient for all concerned, and
presents a better appeoaraIe.
I. W. Wl*nIgton, wiho 'a
been employed at Molatod. for
the past mOuth, returned home
on Saturday lat. *
. M. Vaq Nesu an family,
and Miss Pet Johnson of-.nver-
ness have gone to Osello on the
Gulf to spend a week or so, fish-
ing, and frolicking in the iriney
N. H. Boswell and family and
D. B. Kibler, of Dunnellom,
stopped over in our burg a. few
hours on their way to Invereas,
on last Saturday morning.
Basil Mayof Inveress, wea a
visitor to this city, on lastltUw
day morning. .

Amzerican Atsues Moll
heen0 warcD44.0 ov1e"
Qity Id view ot ae .4d

tie. -would be .008"h,
many adqlred to l.,g.

t;arnmore "I",rWu
were ordered by-SeoretW q
ieou, after conferew *I
identA, Wilson to rcI
medistely to Von Cr~ux.
D~onulp Messagsu tow
(Jrsastawthdtat IWV

o ting .,The specialservices hold at the or delleacies of the season, ad b TI S
a 'ws; k iedlbe Presbyterian church last Sunday besides w have time to enjoy cea't prevent an tjtk asofi At taaa.t
S4rreat the cras ring and evening were large- the oysters which are now very yboumani from cmig ca "utg
ai. h t llpps continued t d attended and were very fine. ,Stea's Lb:a1piw*- d to claret t .
0 bo oy night until toresting and instructive. M..- ,.our pi te o1 ot.. t .t I,'nlI .

Do' put o treating yBe The Asubject for thce fortningt of on Woands edlnof8A.
more nthnan alfh an a aoe tI Te. n e. 4. .--i... ""hs e "' ....
i woo.d- s had oricuee, "What is Truth,".w. s sl.

o. .r a ms hy riSk u wa AB OD* Wh i loua l o i, Baker yat He state h ad been .t o habos6 eye $old tK l'-i- 'i*
.on't h e ton. Dr abKing'lydi e d Dr.Bain i their a alt .bt b e. .
TsiCiyItsooC larkbaa..fnrd AI" Uc ap eeee
iOll quick lycIheek a aol f d o "O tall, wh h.4. hm. A g .pen, h y in a 4asevealhbinr "d-that e esl, l, -'
S Doo't put o ff' treld atino g yoUr T. oe 'a "o I ',,j1 loeD B liI nl -'o o and. The b e s Iutbhd 1 db A. 7.
O M.. IA cough. It. not otnly, j -ung -,1 n'h .li t" ])goI~ts,~ "uih y D ,,lneu idGuhm svll -

thedistrowbad ngthe .Cough or tow ringofen os thete t of "Little o S m 0 W" te *
Sme~e allments. Why risk? Y6u wbo oPe VIh cak-4b10"s igf -WL -Baker SMM state Lum bs. *aute bow thi city, ,-
o 1-,t_ O.. ... l 4 salt m en,. yur-o d s .e. .
don'g tadlng.ve Dr. King's New DIs- Things," and the Vf there was no sldbutw o
tovery win just the remedy you enjoyed by thr e people. sh buine Waosk monly .a strief& n Itaed I bod e hl ae.kn o
Child needs. Itt remade with s5o nored i. l "w e. crease a sithas wa _m, ss nidtbs d hli ifn. d.o

iI ?abottleo from your Drug- The mnaalp rogramw ws weurll" afw manner on Thursday nm h o .aiedby Mr. iBht aaeplode
ri q ti reoder ad, and proved a tret to oliw law t ..wee. fell in he debris ai, that lghts f
]fl qul TentMeetiheolnfDrB the large audience present. T r. oo was Iiesded le rIl'M
sh your Child. Cough away. o tion to .,-,,, AofDrBer .w ello is into hi subam woth o wilL, w li- e S .

long sit, will Dr Kin a ws revnial eThings," and the liture was no Blind W" ard ..ors ."t a s.
meeting under it. It's guarge canvas. les enjoyed Mbrrison will e* e te ad malli. -n. diree to the youalstArly o, ,
t bout Mar. 18th. Rev. T. dedicat te Homo et he alt air e
... Yora Evangelist of Bushnell di Ohar sunday morninoved a at that it brin i very- mo dn the debri a".1
Ten.,t Meetin thi meeting eleven o'clock March 14th. ,," et o i a guc lu IAe fire, Me h. i .
Sveiybody, and especially Dinner will be served on the t'. b B rrand whenathe e blD wu ?Sol -

^ _,ohrtstians of all denominations, grounds, and a cordial in vitatio HON, ilIOI l BO an 1 HOhilarloits whuis plseper wuIi oSiSB- '" -
Sare ignited to attend this meet. is'exteuded to everybody to be .s 1n "r t o 'A1''
tng. huy trcht God will make present on this occasion, and For Crystal River so F u eor e s I,,sing s'ldandkerein a "
C'At, 0os h twith awilL

t ,he underviees a great blessing hearBishop Morrisou will. Week Ea li ,ty teinwhtL tof nthooi9,l a i^ wlifte
About Mal River.nd vicinity. T p. er P O. c ta resh satiair obph. c s6.0 *

Order 'ioiurw nomto.^. il ^Tp L o4 B l*atrol Gthasro ti airom'nrat to Isat, ad my Ae
.h assist in this meetingo. m le tven o'clock March 14t s ingeco de.Jo-eStve preiton were "har wble;
i rbody, and especial iwll line of mple Viola.Van ,Olada Van wnt torov thl et.
lg.o that God will ake present on this cas and For ACrysta. Rive wmo o .itomAely o hr.1.
S orvices a great blessing hear 'itheopp Morrison .Wae kSIte. ae s s ra
Oo is-.tal River and -vicinity. 06 4 .. ... igf..
.. ..a, ?.. ., ,....First Grade .`J, ,-.iton ,H1 d T% aud. e, ce im i.-, en ..
om1,4,1re ,. ,e -ilOr mole Leon Boy, La-rei Gia tie. froin'rst to la d "dMao A ,'.-
"lPopositioininetheir .6.,.lull ,ine.of s m. .... Seond G ade,,- V. Stv-..xrew r h- hie, i *, y s,'1..

.WN. ..offer-n, .to give a build u y .V A f.4 .. ,. .,.rs,.,.
,,. ..to.the nti 1P 1ts la..any ki udo,'prodnee'"and,1 f

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esMeets Of Seuthern Rpti's Capi-
.ta Fear Stamntie ANI


Wilson Abandons Frisco Trip To Stay
On Job In Washington During
Grave Times

Washington. President Wilson
faces one of the most serious and
perplexing developments that has aris-
en in the Mexican situation. Mexico
City is on the verge of starvation.
General Obregon, the Carransa com-
mander, refuses to permit an Interna-
tional relief committee, comOosed of
wealthy members of the foreign col-
ony, to succor the needy.
"Mexico needs no foreign aid." the
general is reported to have said.
All merchants vo closed their
stores have been ordered to reopen un-
der threat of punishment. Three hun.
dred of them, Mexicans, have been im.
prisoned. The population Is living in
terror of another evacuation, since
Obregon has announced lie will not
prevent looting or pillaging for food
or money.
The Brazilian British, Spanish and
Italian ambassadors gave the state de-
partment pessimistic reports of the sit-
uation, which correspond to reports
already received. The foreign diplo-
mats suggested no solution.
Protest Sent Carranza
Secretary Bryan announced that he
had telegraphed American Consul 811-
liman to lay the situation earnestly
before General Carranza, so that Gen-
eral Obregon might be directed to
accept aid proffered by foreign resi-
dents. Freight service is suspended
between Mexico City and Vera Crus
and transportation facilities for relief
purposes are being withheld by Gen-
eral Obregon on the ground of mili-
tary necessity.
President Wilson was advised of all
the facts. He has studied the various
phases of the question closely. Should
General Obregon continue to retgse
outside aid, drastic measures may be
necessary in the view of foreign diplo-
mats who describe the situation/aa

since the revolutionary troubles be-

Vice President Will Act As President's
Personal Representation At
San Francisel

Washington.-Vice President Mar-.
shall will go to Ban Francisco to rep-
resent President Wilson at the formal
dedication of the Panama-Pacific expo-
sition March 20. The president still
hopes to visit the exposition later.
The vice president left for Cleve-
land, and later will go to Indianapolis
before leaving for the coast. He bad
planned a trip to Arisona, but has
abandoned this part of his Journey.
Assistant Secretary Philippi of the
state department, chairman of the gov-
ernment exposition board, also left for
San Francisco to take part In the ex-
ercises in honor of representatives of
foreign governments.
President Wilson gave up his plans
for going to the coast this month with
reluctance, but decided he was need-
ed In Washington to direct the nego-
tiations for the protection of Ameri-
can interests during the war. He had
received many invitations to speak in
a number of states on the trip to and
from San Francisco and may accept
them later.
The vice president conferred with
Secretary Bryan and Mr. Philippe.
who discussed the trip with the pres-
ident The Invitation to the vice preb-
ident to represent the president at
the exposition followed and he ac-
Secretary Daniels stated that he lan-
tended to carry out his original plan
to visit the Panama-Pacific exposition
next July, making the trip on a war-
ship via the Panama canal about July
1. There probably will be a number
of ditianguished guests In the sers-
tary's party as It has been found that
there is an available appropriation for
their entertainment contained in one
of the acts of the last congress
Oklahoma Offtlels Impesehed
Oklahoma City.-The bouse adopt
ed. 88 to-$, the report or the Iavesti-
gating committee recommendlg the
impeachment of A. P. Watson, state
corporation commissioner.. It Is the
second time within a week that the
house has voted for the Impeachment
of a state offieal, the other being l-
surance Comamlsioaer Welch. In the
Inveetlatlo. witue- s testified that
Wataee bonuwed nanoyr tm.as sa*-
her of raprd Iem with wem t he
eo mlslkia had deungta and thuA be
rs~a>OB atin4



Remarkable photograph of John D.
Rockefeller as he appeared on the
stand while testifying before the fed-
eral commission en Industrial rela-


England And France Will Attempt To
Bar All Commerce Between En.
emy And Rest Of World
London.-If the combined feets of
Great Britain and France can prevent
it, no commodities ef any kind except
those now on the svas henceforth, un-
Util the conclusion of the war, shall
reach .ar leave the shores of Ger.

ny's submarine blookad, an"d it it to
be effective forthwith.
Prenlier Asquith, reading fro a pre-
pared statement, made this sanonace.
ment in the house of commons at a
session which will 4e historic. Studi-
ously avoiding the terms "blockade"
and "contrabapd"-for these words oc-
cur nowhere la the prepared statement
-the premier-explained that the allies
considered themselves justified in at.
tempting, and would attempt, to de-
tain and take into port ships carrying
goods of presumed enemy destination,
ownership or origin."
The premier emphasized, however,
that vessels and cargoes so seized
were not necessarily liable to confis-
cation, and begged the patience of eou-



Ilrtait Cmdl endI IUtm Ib The
4al POa se la Athem To eM sus

Sultan And Turkish Government Ready
To Flee Capital Of European
Bran ch Of Empire

Paris.-A Temps dispatch from Ath-
,ens says that immediately after a
cabinet meeting, the crown prince was
summoned to the palace and held a
session under the presidency of King
Constaotine. The session deliberated
on the question whether Greece
should act in the present crisis. Par-
liament has been summoned to meet
after the council has finished its do-
Bombarding Dardanelles
LondoQ.-The allied fleet bombard-
ed ahd reduced to silence the forts of
Dardanus, Hamidleh and Tchemerllk,
on the Asiatic side of the inside Dar-
danelles. The telegraph station at Be-
sikia also was lemolished.
The bombardment was carried out
by nine ships, which advanced two
miles up the straits.
The operations in the Dardanelles
were resumed when the Triumph.
Ocean and Ailbon entered the straits
and attacked fort No. 8 and the bat-
teries at White Cliff. The fire was
-returned by the forts and also by field
guns and howitzers.
An air reconnaissance made by
naval seaplanes in the evening brought
the report that several new gun posi.
tons had been prepared by the enemy,
but that no gans were erected in them.
The seaplanes also located surface
Four of the French battleships oper.
ated off Bulair and bombarded the bat-
teries and communications.
Four of the French battleships op-
erated off Bulair and bombarded the
batteries and communications.
The operations at the entrance of
the straits already reported, bpaer r
salted In the destrueton flnetee
guns, ranging fro, to 11 Inches,
eleven gu I ilo* 6 iaces, four Nor-
94 y s tkad oaearchlights.

yre been d20116Wd -
A further report received states
that n Tue y the Caao.tis, Swift-
sure and COanwallis engaged tort No.
8. A heavy fire was opened on them
by fort No. 9, together with field bat-
teries and howitzers. Fort No. 9 was
damaged and eased ring at 5:30
o'clock In the afternoon, and,. al.
though three ships were bit, the casu.
alty was one slightly wounded.
Seaplane reconnaissance was Impos-
pible owing to the weather; the mine-
sweeping operations were continued
throughout the day. The attack prom
greases. "
The Russlan cruiser. lakold has
Joined the allied fleet off the Darda-

trial countries in the face of a step W
likely to Injure them,. WILL IGNORE NEUTRAL$
He added that in making such a step ---
the allies had done so In self-defense England Has Deelded To Ignore Rights
"We are quite prepared," he went on, Of Neutral Powers On The
"to submit to the arbitrament of neu- High Sas
trail opinion, and still more to the ver-
dict of impartial history, that In the London.-The order-in-council put.
circumstances in which we have been ting the NgSllah declaration against
placed we have been moderate; we German commerce'lnto elect, It is
have been restrained; we have ab.- statd authoritatively, will explain de-
stained from things that we were pro. tails of the admiralty's retaliatory
yoked and tempted to do, and we have plan.
adopted a policy which commends it. The exact date of the order has not
self to reason, to common sense and been decided on, but it probably will
to Justice." be published in a few days..
Every member of the house not at England has not prepared an an.
the front in khaki, or unavoidably de- swer to the American proposals re-
tained, was in his seat garding the withdrawal of the subma-.
rine blockade and the coontinusee of
Lighted Bomb In Church food movements to the German civil
New York.-The discovery of an an. population. The publication, oat the
archistic plot aiming at the as l text of the American note and Ger-
nation of Andrew Carnegie Cornelius many's reply In the London papers
Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller and has attracted wide attention.
his son, and other wealthy men, and The Bnlash view, *kieh undoubted-
the inauguration of a reign of terror ly will be embodied in the note the
and looting in New York City was Amerian government, Is that the sue-
announced by the police after they had gestion propose that England shall ir.
arrested a man as he placed two bombs tully forego th strength of her posl.
In St. Patrick's cathedral, where sev. tion due to her superior navy. ZEg-
oral hundred penous were worship. land fleel that Germany Is trying to
ing. The sensational development have the neutral states perorm da-
was the culmination of months of ties for her wbkh se. cold possibly
work by detectives. carry out had she a superior navy..
Many. Entombed In Mine CeneoraW Wvee Preesdoet Power
Hiton, W. Va.-Reseao parties Wooa SitSu.-By unanimous vote
brought out alive ten men and recov- the snte odopted, with amsedments,
erad the bodied of nine vodtima of the s suboshtto s th JoNt resolution
sxploelon whieh entombed 112 mnders passe O tler I the hbo enlarging
In the Layland miaee of the New Riv. the powW' the s sieldeot to pre-
er and Pocahontas Consolidated Coal vet ltfaingmet atof Amerian sne-
company, seven miles from Quind trat br y ia leaving ports atf the
mount rom all available soureeb, it UoIted 8 M with or sunolie
was estimate *that nearly US Men for ilU'i p rships!. Under pree-
utll I wr la ithe linel A lowd of eat Ow ei the aeutraty
amaleo relates of the toambase< tbw Onl' all la Vko or li
am seood a"" the etraemes a ie j y to u sed T- o*nl remedy
Eday .W a b ode wem a e is t Wo- b Met b tho nP*ov
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The wife of the German-American re-
servist, who had taken out his first
citizenship papers In the United
States and was arrested aa a spy
to England. Mrs. Stegler Is claim-
ed by an Atlanta policeman as his
daughter and denied as the wife of
a former Atlanta bar tender. Her
appeal to President Wilson has caus-
ed an investigation, after which she
was arrested in New York for an
alleged attack on a chauffeur.


Government Declares Britain Has
Openly Defied American Rights
On The High Sea*

Washington.-While Presldent Wil-
obh Indicated that the United States
would Inquire of Great Britain and
France as to how they propose to ear.
ry .out their announced determlnatleo
(jo obit commercial ntercour"e
hit .t....._

sea won oe y, B uiu, r
atated later, probably would be de-
ferrid until replies were received frol
Great Britain and Germany to the
American proposals looking to a ces.
station of submarine warfare on mer.
chant ships and unrestricted passage
of foodstuffs to civilian populations.
The president made clear his belief
that while the conditions of war might
have changed, no nation had a right
to change the rules of war. From this
it was inferred that the American
government would insist on a position
frequently expressed by Its officials,
that whatever might be the violations
of the customs of war as between bel-
ligerents, this could not affect the
status of Intenr.tjonal law as between
the United States and countries with
which she Is at peace.

Muscovite Successes Are Reported All
Along The Russian
London.-Except in the central Boaes
kid pass of the Carpathians, where
fierce Austrian attacks have moderate.
ed somewhat, the Russians are on the
offenaive along the whole length of
their extremely long line from the
Baltic to the Roumanian border. Ap-
parently they have definitely disposed
of the German and Austrian attempts
to outflank their two extreme wings
and are moving slowly westward. "
After retiring to the Dnlester river,
the Russians again have crossed into
Bukowina and unofficially are reported
to be back in Csernowita.

Memorial To Mrs. Wilson
A bill Incorporating the Ellen ;WU.
son Memorial Home In the District of
Columbia, the association for con-
strueting model homes on a plan urg-
od by the late Mrs. Wilson, wife of
the president, passed the senate.
Portuguese ProgMent Assailed
Representatives of the Democratic
party of Portugal at a meeting In LA-
boan under the presidency of Mancel
Montelro, ermer foreign minister,
adopted a motion characterising the
president of the republic and other
government oetals a outlaws. A
heated discussion of the political sit-
ation preceded adoption of the mo-


ham's Vegetable Clp l
rapidly and today a we lu I
cannot yton o M eforw i ,
Cannot ft mYB Iy
Would not bewithou t It theoUf
It coat tbrme Im the amo.t"-
CHa C n. f.D. WOi", B &
w, Oh, io.
Womai Preo
The one which h@be oMld.IIISi
ously guard, iser health, i t b
the one moat oftt a -L =atB
some ailment peculiar t t.o a I
fastened itself upon her. T.r Wa
fected such women may rebu1~b
E. Pinkhamts Vetae l Mia
remedy that has be or
cesuful in restore health to
If you bave the flgIhtt4
that Lydia E. tkhd' T.N
ble Compound will hIM19Whto
to Lydia E.Pinkham 6 V.
(confde tlal) L4teh .I "
vice. Your ltt
read and answerM@I
and held in attlet

Per Caita.
Dud Jones had moved S-M MTk
county to MeMi aseouaty to wo q
wealth and fame. Adfer ;$:Ma
friends inquired about
Inform=i from ni
MeMns ebounty. .
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-: -g hard,, oif .Iaa mhe o oh hu iwliOf DO WL
Sa ve will," a mle breaking rely up"n aef Ire of ewr *yea. he
amiov Ib. would sawNve N eio, o et for helip ose
SBow Mse Artu! tt t smile wolt women wo ulst that lly. *
n :ever have a y adventures. It is to pi9o What was all this to hI ?a WhyS
,.. r- -kJJ .. '' hthe pro'.e these t"things t, Beau.- shoul be bothe his heat boat a bUMSoAct r ofniltl p it
f their -earn. you lose their woman be had known but a few hours by moving
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S-"Thereis some diftmree between lss tally ack sad receptive did I a 10 box now.
re manes a adventure. Rolanceo is not )vew, that he was not afraid' of Turn the rascals out-the h ae i

!e I always supposed adventa s was the anid women, MolM aud deds. LAad out tolght asd keep them out with
ad -.As. h -1r. Ag We an MI-t 1 A*OiA f trll.con.rs, oa laud ad on wo nsomthin like the pri* 4po; Ca er
.* ....; / : :of: llbu:st:la; of f'ghtl withn gkeWnk"t Mdly to, it attached telf l Millions of Be sadl wo e takeo
'TO 9Waske ..." "-the sabers and pi tol, and all thatri mdtelyd ly. et ow and th n ad
'm ,-na.le 1 1 u ril anm1 8l9h4ctw thecatty aai sl t I Me "ot kow the alowy weM d by a la
Ia: 'il -ami d l avly*. to th lht of calling my ix -beL y sott would be doly for liver, loved bowels or amn pettOu-
Sai. .its' gL i lo o lneielag O6 the two dys At RManoon their path ak
0010. i a i tre It was brutal hard woMd separater be would never m Don't put nla another day of dIstores.
SW' w and a y ua es- I pated to her agina. He got up. Bs wolM io Let Cascarets elealse your stoaeh
yeeouru.hib.' The Lam often, Btt tg o out once hard apolegie Ad rem ove pe our, wm la food;
W.. trouahe that way" thas h bestrendeed to the very devil take the ouM bite from yoIr live
."I al; a46 pedo o uponi hw we look at he had .ua moment gMe o f i*' and carry out all the oeastlpted
a things" She totwhed the parrot cage osy dlw t tuq" Q* waste matter and poison in t he
-"'A ae .httvie. "IIra thl e met woiu h too .and Raj"ba hissed. "What We found m tiw r slp her char. -bowels. The yo wil feel gut.
S" b would sa y OS I told you that I was 7h dWil wMih bad brought Alm to A Casearet to-tht siaightel a
"a e to .a."t n 1tte11eo -u na tenloo i s ht ovatlo n l eough to uask the par hel lde wasn thrust bae Why. shap ot by morning. They we. whib
reVoiw He ma4e the apleafte lOu rmt enhe sense to introduOe yr was usatyo pu than a beutiul yo slep. A 104emt hbox tt
am to te a Thy wired' auk n at n *wrn *e* The masement In hims ee was an. ebtld! A great yr to brother any drug store mas a clar bhed.
why kir cldnt -co-me to a M.gooB. only ordiy i. w. ti o ie n enough. her came lao i i t o his rt. He did not sweet stomach and clean healthy liv '
aver y fkhbly hb e garbe is ,:. sirs ar vho a e "Don't you suppoe" she went on. disturb her, but waited until ave. that and bowel action for months. Ct .
S. .. N I ML -pM. beat andWt a to her:.a b a on@ as ths a *.alght te.pkcta. y.u presented, Standlg grave and sober hour, when ilg s and dral iove Coak ts bMecase t
S*B Th wee'vy plMt. on that ledge, the red light of the clerks stop work for no logical rason nsver gripe or sltkes. Adv.
ba .etght oi so lanito. Hd "O.l h was ot lens d torem on your face, the bird cap to whatever-tea.. She opened her eyes
am aboard last nlght with a chekk about he tMhg. I simply el g your haad-dont you suppose you and saw him watching her. He ros His source of Suppila.
r, twe"ty thmA peal and two h- thought struck him. "'Yoe used my sense of the romantic to Quickly. Heny-Bay. I've sot a new Joke tor
-o.wem I k s polite. The tp m l traveling alone?" the highest pitch? Parrot & Co.f" "I was very rude a little while .you. Omar.
we al ha B tbhit wortl d at e "With a ompaI' -. A peUallr with a wave of her hands. Will you accept my apologies Omar-Where did you dig up-a X
S.ll they ufoto hia the "henk a "*tls she thugh ewas leafhint at him. It could "On condition that you will Wver a graveyard?-ludianspolls BStar.
Aian night1 whatrU "It Is not wiss he commelnted. not beothrwls. it Made him at take your playthings and go home."
OM ga I li. plu; I h "My father was a olderr" she once sad and angry. Remaneat I He labughedengagingly. "You've Il Ltubborn Throat troubles are n*
"It isnt I aues to ttiton.t o of hate the word I again aSrm that It squarely. It was the act of a petu- I ed by Dean's. Mentholated Cogh
i ... W eme is "It iTsnt a uh esti of braver. he y wom ould not trarh a l They sat like magic-fo at all Druist.
i -"i elx / plained.e bit-ofocolor chargilng on young wom should not trael alms. ltent411hld,1."
S ehi. s ki "h o o.rld i They think every bit of tsel to gold. "It did not sound exactly like .
yohiworld. n ov-- h. 1 eey bit of colored lass, raby. o. man who had toked six months from W In That D.
b.M t Iodiu the. sttt S~of saying Bp manes. adventUrlahl So much Singapore to the -Andamana Islands. Ryon used 4o be assistant blaster __
Ch.I'uues th art l o^^ ~f S S eratinstwaddle hasM beenm written about the But there I one thing I must undr at the qMarries. On the day he dis .
m ua 1thuee early." He pulled ath berd Mt that cads and oougdrels am OW stand before this aosequalntance coattl. peat et have bee standing on
e tlhe, -b a m. taken for slahadst and D'ArtagjnnsJ ae. You said, 'Who knows what Utop of an eplon charge. We eve.
dt he by twwcnty our ye, warning gmet w me remla la ths ountry who nanner of man I amT Haver ye v recover" d s nough M for a fhmel -e
Oc.I : h not? Twenty tyuaSd umds at Tner of Taty I eP" &tiously forbid you to speak to a *ouss hrd of the Ocldent, was nQu5irg

," Tk. -e= h u" ,m *" st *A-ao,_.e. Tae'- carte. he Mit? i ra ther be ,t,.
Sy W w .t may r a g leve d e oiu d. bluot of her. -"W ea a- u st

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i tItt%. not a omtratt i ,i
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abb he. .Mr. Inn I hate
gge py way adoe sne I Wuas *i
tesen. hae traveled all over this
wtaced world CO nobdy b4 the
woman who was once may ntre.m tew.
To yess this lead must me.o
em.eth lng a always h ten g
pr a- iRg.hl W or e ledbad, or soene
sne wo be ao40e smethIag out elf
the the no W
t-oe I re the ral ad
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e Otnye e AlttiOl'MMA

stell et M ir Snasp' o bew oee
tA ordinary.a

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'fti~f~H4-^ 'i^~subs ui ^ru
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isi t t" c i' f thei
ti ooi slpialfid athe r hi r
ofes bOs pa**n tliMhere hId
hem' ..ljl-* who played tb et-
*vdfWh|ewwa cros no- woold
a I' P laiou.' boeoe. Te
li t l hMave been this isam
Wur ."tu grwn ump.
^C oo he weuld ome* and apolod
glateeoihe deir defsis. Perhaps
he had reentd her curlosty; perhaps
har uestlm had been too
bard; ad perhaS is had suddenly
*outed r getale iaterestL At aay
rate it aN a iv erence. And
that Iew .derin ,-aelwm
She returned to hereltrand opened
the book agan. Aad a s*he read her
wonder gsw. The dicton was ex-
qisite; there was style; hut now as
she read here wae lag the one
thing that lOeed W Ulfe-bleood. It did
at pujatea l the veias of them
.people. atill now she had not reoog
lUd thls fet=m a od 51 was half-way
thbin*'thebook. What had happeimd
to her glees yutosy To what M-
might aaal0gaed ih ppoelne eagle
of Tywold so clearly deoaed1
The bohk 0flbp her Sol
dreibaiy lwab.wy d the pests
op a t wsiat The low eat

her orarheted. sha we wast eoa
-eIe*. settleoehaeas -s naly
Sr5 ..e aorwU

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Hap#Il ea lm w aote
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10= 0eaw the frown asd. r aI ed
120- deh had approached ddliea1 e
zDled. BShe stirrd her tea an siWe

aboit ,hfty, untrustworthy eyet." e
sm. "The greatest ivat 1 hate ever
known eould look 1t, Peter straitbt
aa4 -ately in the ye. It's a matter
Of teay nervs, notblhin mot. (olom
body says that so and so sto a Aoot, and
we o ou believing It for years, until
someone who is not a person but an
Individual explodes It"
"I atree with you. But there is
soetin we rely upon far more tha
either eyes or ear, nstiact. it is
that attribute of the animal which
pivilhlatlon hs not yet successfully
dulled. Women rely upon that more
readily than men."
"And make mote mistakes," with a
cynicism he could not conceal.
She had no ready counter for this.
"Do you go home from Ran oon, now
that yoo have made your fortune?"
"No. I am going to BSaiapore. I
shall make my pais thereM."
Sigapore. Bla stirred uneasily. It
would be like having a gost by her
side. Sbe wanted to tell him what had
really drawn her Intret. But at
seemed to her that the moment to do
so had pse&d.
"Vultureel How I detest theml"
he pointed toward Is and bar tIon
which stood several of.these aboa.-
naee birds ad an addjWtat. solems
sad aoet. "At Lataew they were
0d headed. I do Oct reeollect eiag
on of the Sy. But I admire the
dis they loop ulas ike -r easoles.
'*-A d te j g5 a O the eye msleam s
a-s. T 1meo is ah thatee so
,k ,./ a at. eh ie." .
LAtttW by ttd the drew afrom hiM
a stch he e, a phase theft be we
ives giuIpees ito the ift of theI
asut hsha as o ook or gaide aus
ew av e a: ad thea boat wa ellita
toward the lasading at Prioe bore
they bh e awae or the leam.
ti,. to co rUbr saVI

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the ?Il Ulans wore Calvert
sa his td A eo* a .Mte t.a
.^U^A A ,Jghlt ahI *bheaoA ^.d

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mokaifl cIM VhWtins
played po n her. aa her byqiA
seeme almost gowp te#or eat ry 4
eywes tin stN, looked straiht lan
aftie ud I wondered what thoughts
they hid. Nea and nea rr I dew to
Sylvia. and I could fee her breath.
'swet as a clover 04 ia Jiune, my
wrm brw.. We wrealoe*.
IA hirs. i ,o taen e mSO
"You' wat to be k-erful o' that there
alvia," It Mld. "'o.asshe kicks wee
thOa ay cow I wer milked."--Har
Sard Lamn. ,

The asa 'who to oarrild way by
bti own enthusiasm ometll C, I*
pcts somebody els to carry im

Potatoes in 1913 yielded 8,787,384
tons In Ireland on 582,203 asM of

&ven though a woman considers a
man a bore, she always bellaes that
-he consider her interesting.
Without Overioeodlng Tihe SteoeMMish.

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The boatausiness man, espely, needs
food i the morin t that will ot TOv-
load the etomah, but give metal v -.,
or for the day. "' '
Much depends on the start man "M
gs eases day a to how he may .
sect to aeoomplsh the o cO h"ad
We at be alert wirtha bvy,ated. ,
meatndspotatoos brealaet, penairg *-
a It of vital en"rgyn tdleUc Ii L
A OMUf. dbsine fn t Ae "
combMatito tor prodatein ,ene."
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neegh to 6Btal a hilalseeas

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R. L. PARK, Editor
Entered at the Pestofce, Orystal River
Florfda, second olas mall matter, March
Transient advertisements 16 ents per
nch eamob Insertion: by the month, 10 cents
per inh each Insertion. Special rates will
e given advertisers wishting to contract for
advertistin space by the year. Local no-
tlces cent. per line each insertion.

Communications on live topics., especially
of local interest, are solicited. It Is under-
stood, however, that the publisher of the
sMws will not be responsible for opinions
expressed b oorredpondents.

Can't some one push old man
Winter out of the lap of Spring.
There is no better celery land
in the state than can be found
around Crystal River.
It is a pity that all American
people haven't sense enough to
stay out of Mexico.
Pity some of the fighting coun-
tries could not have secured the
services of the Brunswick gunner.
We don't care a hang if Mexi-
co does have to be spanked, but
we don't want to have to pay for
the spanking.
Some of the choicest celery we
have ever seen was raised this
winter by 0. B. Espey, about
one mile from Crystal River.
Will some one please ex-
plain why it is that Harry Thaw
can be tried for conspiracy? If
he is insane, he is not responsible,
and if he is sane, he should be
should be dismissed.
Life is just one darned thing
after another. The Easter hat
season approacheth.-Times-Un-
ion. Which moves us to remark
that we presume that our es-
mhm m

tried man with several daughters.
Hens do not quit scratching
because the worms are scarce.
In which respect, the Clearwa.
ter Sun notes, they show an in-
teligence superior to man, who
often relaxes his energies be-
cause business happens to be
quiet.-Miami Metroplis. We
know lots of men who could
learn a good lesson from the hen.
The recommendations which
Park Tranimell has up his sleeve
for the Legislature are all good,
and if acted upon will doubtless
be of much benefit to the state.
We-note in his latest list a
recommendation to apply game
revenue to aid of rural schools.
Also a safe guard to be thrown
around county finances by passing
a law limiting the maximum
millage to be levied for various
county purposes, and that no ex-
penditures be made in a county
in excers of the annual revenue
of the county.
Is The Wide Hat Back?

Is thp wide rimmed hat back
again? Do you remember the
broad brim of several years ago?
Every woman should read about
the early spring models given in
this issue of the Crystal River
News. "

The little I have seen of the
.world teaches me to look upon
the errors of others in sorrow, not
in anger. When I take the
history of one poor heart that
has sinned and suffered and re-
present to myself the struggles
and temptations it has passed
through, the brief pulsations of
joy, the feverish inquietude of
hope and fear, the pressure of
want, the desertion of friend, I
would fain leave the erring soul
of my fellow man with him from
vhose hand it. cime.-Long-.

Good oNds Assodation
Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 26.-
All members of the Florida
State Good Roads Association,
and all persons interested in
road improvement and the secur-
ing of a system of highways
throughout Florida, are invited
and urged to attend the annual
.meeting of the Florida State
Good Roads Association to be
held in the city of St. Peters.
burg, Florida, Wednesday and
Thursday, March 24 and 25, 1915.
All members of the Legis.
lature, all County Commissioners
County Engineers, and others
interested in Highway Improve-
ment, are especially invited to
attend the 1915 Convention of
the Florida State Good Roads
The St. Petersburg Board of
Trade and the people of that
progressive municipality -"The
Sunshine <(ity of Florida" -are
arranging an attractive program
of entertainment which will not
conflict with the business
sessions. There is much to see
and to enjoy and all who attend
arQ assured of a pleasant and
profitable meeting. The full pro-
gram will be announced later.

"Do you use condensed milk at your
house?" "I guesn so. We order a
quart a day, and the milkman
squenses it into a can that holds about
a DtaL"

$140 Reward, $10
The readers of this paper will be
sleued to learn that there s at least one
readed disease that science has been
able to cure In all Ito stages, and that Is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat-
ment. Hal's Catarrb Cure is taken In-
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system there-
by destroying the foundation of the dis-
ease, and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith In Its curative pow-
era that they offer One Hundred Doltars
for any case that It all to ou enad
tqr jit of teItimonl9 .



J. A. H. GREzN, Pastor.
Preaching service 1st anid 8rd
Sunday at 11 a. m. 'and 7 p. m.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
W. B. Holder, S. S. Supt.
Homosassa olrqit, M. L. Cur"d

H. P. BLOCKnR, Pastor.
Homosassa, 2nd. and 8rd. Sun.
Crystal River, 2nd. and 4th.,
Lecanto 1st. Sunday night.
C'tronelle 2nd. Sunday after.
Red Level 1st. Sunday morn-
Hall's School House 4th. Sun-.
day afternoon.
Presbyteri (MArd
EdwardWalter Barrington,Ph.
D., Pastor. Preaching every
Sunday morning at 14 o'clock,
and evening at 7 o'clock. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at
7:80 o.clock and choir practice
Friday evening at 7:80 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 10 a.m.


To Sell Minors Land in Court of
County Judge, Citrus ountv
Florida--In he Estate of Mary
Virginia, John Hyman, LouIis
Covacevlch, Cearlotte Elisabeth,
and Minerva Patton Williams
Notice is hereby given; To all
whom it may concern; that I,
Minerva Hyman Williams, Guar-
dian of Mary Virginia Williams,
John Hyman Williams, Louis Cav-
asovich Williams, Charlotte Eliza-
beth Williams, Minerva Patton
Williams. Minors. will on the 26th
day of March, A. D. 1915, apply to
the Honorable Georgo, W. de 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 noon thereafter as he mat.
ter can be heard, for authority to
sell at public or private sale the in-
terest of said minors in and to thte
following described real-estate situ-
ated in this County, vix:
Lot Ninety-three (98) and that
part of Lot Ninety-two (92) lying In
the Sylvan Glen addition of Crystal
River, said part of lot 92 being des-
cribed as follows; to-wit: beginning
at the north-east corner of lot 92,
running south along the eastern
margin 261-2 feet to point of beginn-
ing, thence south 117 1-2 feet, thence
west to river, thence north along
the bans of river 117 1-2, thence
east 800 feet to point of beginning.
Which application will be based
upon the petition for Iuch sale now
on file in said Court.



Office with Dr. Cross
Prepared to do all kinds of
Dental Work.

Tax Assessor's Notice
I will be at the following places, nnd time,
mentioned below for the purpose of am-
seuing all personal property and real estate
in Citrus County Fla. for the yesa 1916.
fernando, Mon.2I., A.M. toSS0A. M
Holder, Mon.3, 2 A. M. to 9 D A. M.
Dunnellon, Mon. 9, 10 A. M. 108 A. M.
01tronelle, Mon. 1., 180 P. M. to I P. M.
Red Level., Mon. u. P. M. tos P. M.
Orystal Rivqr, Tues. 3 7 A. M. to a. M.
ins =- ^ .

Osuo Wed.o 6mT W
Ieaato. Wed. f, P. M. to 1S P. M.
Inverness, Wed. M, I P. M. to & P. M.
"'Etna Thursn A. M. to 9I A. M.
Stage ond. Thurs. a10 A. x. 10 80 A. M.
New Hope. Fr. .S !kRtof 9A. M
Floral City. Frt. 10A. x. to 8l P. m.
G.eo.J. Bowell
TAx Asesor Citrus County Fla.
I will be at the places stated above for the
purpose of oolleoting State and County
taxes for the year 191,
0. E. Allen
Tax Collector Oitrus County Fla.

Wood's Productive

Seed Corns.
We offer all the best prize-win-
nag and profit-making varieties.
*The high price at which corn is
melH wula d encourage Increased
acmge ad the planting of im-
proved varledee of seed corn every-
Weood's Deriptive Catalog
gives full descriptions and Informs-
tion about all the beet and most Im-
proved varieties, telling what to
plant to make largest and most
profitable crop.
We are abso headquarters for
Millets, Sorghums,
Cow Peas, Soja Beans,
Sudan & Rhodes Grass,
and Al Se omble Seeds
Write fmo O aIg sad prices of

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Hardware Co.


Sash, Doors and Blinds
Pumps, Pipe, Valves and Fittings
and Well Material. American Field
Fenge, Galanized Corrugated

Rooting. -John Doere Steele Plw.

Wc saQ ti .I Y toU In ss

does not need to embellish its
claims with hilb-sounding ad.
jectives. The Draughon Coleges,
located in eighteen states, are- i
dorsed by MORE BANKERS
than all other business colleges in
the United States. Individual ift
struction; no entrance exanlina*
iton; 1lbsitions guaranteed. wander
reasonable conditions. Catalot
FREE. We.also teach ]I I"


Heinz Ohow Ohow Pickles
Heinz Sour Spiced Pickles
Heinz' Sweet Mixed Gherkins
Heinz' Pure Olive Oil
Heinz' Tomato Soup
Heinz' Fruit Preserves
Heinz' Spaghitti
Heinz' Tarragon Vinegar
Royal Scarlet Lemon Cling.
Peaches -
Royal Scarlet White Cherries,
Royal Scarlet Lima Beans, Cans
Royal Scarlet Asparagus Tipt
Royal Scarlet Apricots
Over Sea Honey


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Ocala, Florlda

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S Capital, $50,000.00..
S Surplus and Profits $40,000.00
State, County and City 'Depoto .


4 GEO. J. BLITH, Pres. W. H. McRAINEY, V-Pres.
D. E. McIVER, V-Pres. D. 0. STILES, Cashier
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Fresh Pork Sausage
Nice Round Ste
Pork Chops

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Beef Roast

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Be a Chane Par Imptant t

Washigtoa D. C.-"l-,B eot know
7wM bo dwe about tae rivers
bt-ae=r ute smle.bha
pe".ged It aad the oeteaes 'have
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Postmaster And City Board of Trada
Ask Burieson For Free
Aradia.-Poetmnaster Platt, the
board of trade and some other f the
peogreslve oltsee have taken up the
s I*.Ll .1" A w-
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ie.s... .ad nSrort Oe Ahs of the
a '* :Viami, S It o Ik.l.e- i
.thet ea4dl w lav eity Ad rer
ved shortly, -ei asll. a. t se o
Shas so far outgrows the aclities at.
e Id. The be eapalty was largely
M lbggeesof las year, but at this time

bt. -aim Of *owe% WOO dw dw
IW. livry, the demand for boqse woWld
d no be so g r*l ad the ones alhdr
I In woald be dufflont.

Pipe Ms purau d in PeneOeela
A- -aqepnta Had Very
War-sw aseap
Pensacola.- The launch Irma, own-
ed by J. HL Sherill, was raetleiallx
destroyed by ire off Prdl4o W hat,
while the lose oemuplat, Charile Ru-
pert, had a narrow escape from death,
being oopluled to Jump overboard,
and only the passing of the, launch
Peter BtsaUp, but after getting out Into
Ins. The Irma had started for the
oyster beds. but after getting out into
the. harbor the engine refused to
work sad Rupert was engaged In an
attempt to start the englane. The
launch drifted to a point off Perdido
wharo aud Rasert noteed that the
boat was asbtOe. ie called for help
for ten or ftee alautes, and BnaWly
the e pra tdeally covered the boat
and bh was eces1p ed to leap iato he
water. The bat was practilly de-

It. AuMig---It taes Mero veto
stal a 0 sherifs ear, bt that
Swat h aoe" to t.a.ear of Done

emath cear was.fna eaed p iney W .
list -rt u.wa ap a tree whe te
thet bad left it, Mr, Perrvo as l d
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Prominent Pensacola ankers' Trial
In Federal Court Drew Dig
Pensacola.-With Judge R. M. Call
of Jacksonville, presiding, the cases'of
W. K. Hyor, former president; W. E.
Keyser, former director: William H.
Knowlese and Thomas W. Brent, two
vice presidents at the time the First
National bank suspended, were called
in the United States court. The four
'prominent oltimea were arraigned and
-the work of selecting a turp com-
menced. Assistant District Attorney
Beall is conducting the prosecution,
Ahe district attorney having resigned,
while the our defendants an re rpre
seted by practically all of the promi-
neat attorneys of the olty. The ease
Is expected to cousue several week.
Eleven jurymen were accepted by
both the government and defense
when th0 egar. pand beoose eo
haunted and the court ordered a spe
cial veain from whih the twelfth
and last jurynan will be thosen' .
The feature ft the hiari was when
Thoma W. B3fet, vloe president of
the baik, "asked for a severance of
his case from the other defendants.
This was not objected to by the gov-
ernment or the other defendants and
was granted by the court. Another
surprise came when William 0. Fitts,
former attorney general of Alabama,
and now special assistant to the at-
torney general of the United States,
appeared in the case with Assistant
Attorney Beall. Another representa-
tive. of the department of Justice Is
William P. Hazen of Washington.
Judge Call Instructed that those Jury-
men already selected be not permitted
to separate and as a result they were
quartered at a local hotel. Prospects
are that the case will extend over sev-
eral weeks.


udsoan Maxim says the.aerial bomb
Is a moral fore. Has a tendency to
make a fellow good.

Among Those PreseMt.
"Did Blinks exhibit at the horse
"Well, he made an ass of himself."-
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Teqh Work.
Flatbush-l see that during the 23
years from 1890 to 1912, inclusive, 162.-
642 deaths were reported on American
Bensonhurst-Wonder if trying to
open the windows had anything to do
with the number?

Keep Your Looks Youthful, Deak,
lasey and Thick Witik4arden
Sage and Sulphur.
When you darken your hair with
Beae Tea and Sulphur, no one can
tell, because it's done so naturally, so
evenly. Preparing this mixture,
though, at home is mussy and trouble-
some. For 60 cents you can buy at
any drug store the ready-to-use toanic
called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Hair Remedy." You just dampen a
sponge or soft brush with it and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time. By. morn-
ing all gray hair disappears, and, after
another application or two, your hair
becomes beautifully darkened, glossy
and luxuriant. You will also dis-,
cover dandruff Is gone and hair has
stopped falling.
Gray, faded hair, though no dis-
gracee, is a sign of old age, and as we
all desire a youthful and attractive ap-
pearance, get busy at once with Wy-
eth's Bage and Sulphur and look years
younger. Adv.
empire Oie4 Much to Historic Volga,
Which Plays important Part In
Life of Nation.
nl Rusin* the rivers are large and
luggish, ow t t length
and slig h Is the tane

The Rasolan fondly s d slang
Of it as "Matuaham Volga," Or "Little
Mother Volga," In gratitude, no doubt,
br thqe tbaeosp suaply of abs, v6la
M ame, a* wet as comforts and
l rerse aWr4ed by this historic
trea, which plays so tmiportant a
Oass la' e A au tble olift af ta n

T000 i4s 6 tat-d .a od Bot
S wto tess; po twed
Iat o .t re of taim o f ree W 0
atgd or u* d down the sru, rep
v asmall portlaaopthe rihaea 3 1

There Is notbind than Jrs on the
asra of -st of us wit a forced

Ipm 'W .'
.. tm so'sems
Sa was some rem'nolaooe,
ml; hat.slnee August he dun miafed
seek a lot ob Tureoe an' BOelgias a'
Cossacks In dat story dot yo cn hard-
ly untathom It. Ah tells yo do wab
lab sttialy 'dlterated our wah sto.
ries, su.-Puok.
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"Why a hoassker?"
-0B, te :ta 5ejg pur pee of his
labor Is to sUppot his upew."
Prasie men ad flatter women, and
you will have many fair weather

There are mighty few sig posts on
the road to success.

French Market Coffee is

Southern Through

and Through

Sipped from the coffee countries throgh wrm
ams to the Southern port of New Orleansg no cold cla=
dect, injurioldy, the dele coffeebmU. Routodad md wL byou
Mr ede ally for I the Southm dclIute.
Sold to Southern mIrants for Southern tAnd t ado, rtsd. ped
and t bi i th 8dSouth SouUm Through --ua mder
outmb-cU Norb in tib 8outh. -

The Wounderful M S t

SinMI 1o0 tefor Los 1 p *a o andl boooMtW.

4 Pound P. 1

French Market Mil Nw oran
Now Or;"= CAN". C, 1UdM Prop*.



Good Reason. .
The witness for the defense had
been examined when the prosecuttag
solicitor stood up to cross-exaMtoe
and crush him.
Solicitor-Why did you hide Su-BU
van in your house on that tBaUir
Witness-I did not see $SUlval at
all on that night.
Solicitor (knowiagly)-WiUl ,
swear your wife did not hide Sulliva
on that night?
Witness (hesltatingly)-Ytoe .
olloMtor (pore kasWMug),W "
your wife swaer that a -..
Bullivae In your be t.., ,,
Witaness *ine hslltS^

The late Thomas n patr oftom o
divinity In dl Inabargh unm stm,
the son of a Dumsafrieasshire s
When he moved to
father went wt* lai
usan... says 0athe
*pbUoina preisesor Fint'u t
tetu:" "Oe of the giedtostqee ils
of as da, ac( of w" r

other, if you oea af to
miles of bdth.

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S or more dilodiou breakfast disu
than Post Toastie and yet, they're
so economical that everyone can enjoy


The Test supreme.
"You say that women haven't the
endurance of men?"
"They haven't."
"That they cannot .successfully re-
lrst unusual mental strain or physical
fatigue-that they lack nerve and pa.-
tience and endurance?"
"Do you see that little woman over
"You have never known a man who
could endure what she has endured."
"Eh! Why, wbat is oher'
"he's the @rer of the love st6riee
eubmitM to i popalsr mabaisne."-
CleNoa4 miieIa DMbe.

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m -Find It Hard to Wear the Coming
-w.- Calle- d -- .-"-- -ww'- Stylse-OMe of the New

City Called Washington Is Not Known to the Law -pi-tur_
Although the outline of the moment
W ASHINGTON.-It cannot be proved by the census oloe that anyone lives cannot be sid to be "early Victorian,"
in a city called Washington. Congress convenes there, but knows the because of the generous dimensions of
Iy not. Verily, Washington is a literal example of what a wit oece called the walest, It is yet true that from the
Boeton. "a state of mind," and only by waist down the newest outline recalls
a man or a postal gulde can its ex the quaint fashions which were nla w
Istence be proved. e when the great Queen Victoria
Time was, however, when there, was a young girL
was a City of Washington, with de. Terte is the same very short, and
Sfined limits, a charter and a city goy- ery ll s rt and-more often than
S ernment, but since the abolishing of not-the same shapeless coatee which
s'e charter in 1871 and the establish- opensla tront over a little lace or tulle
eu* mat of the territorial form of gov- chemlsette.
'' ernment nla the District It Is an actual It may be said at once that the
fact that Washingaton has no legal owns of the immediate future will be
existence, no government, so pro0pf, exceedingly attractive when worn by
S no citizens; that the city, which jut the right girl or woman, but It is
'was dreamed of in the early days as a memorial to the iret president hard to see how they can be made
of the United States, is called Washington only by geoatesy. possible for the average woman of
There are only two business transactions that concern the city as a city; thirty-five or forty.
you can buy a railroad ticket or mail a letter to or from Washlngton. Of course, It is true that our dress-
People will tell you offhand that Washington is coterminous with the makers are clever at arranging and al*
District of Colmbla. That is a reasonable qpneluslon, but it is not supported tering existing styles to suit Individual
0b any legal dafnltlonu and, moreover, there is no specific authority for the forms, but at the same time the fact
Sorign pt ,his name as applied to the federal territory. remains that a very abort, full skirt
It is udd6rstood that legislation is about to be introduced to change all can never look really well on a stout
this, fathered by one who contends that It was Intended from the very begi&- figure.
ning that the federal capital bear the name of Washington; wherefore, if The lllustratlon shows one of the
t4e, Distrlect of Coltmbia and the federal capital are synonymous, the former new picture hate made of white vel-
ter h is a corruption which has crept in and should be discarded, vet. The fat brim is double and the
trimmings consist of a quaint cockade
"Made-in-America" Flags for the Coast Guard adeofblackmoireribbon ndsable.
This model has been carried out in
dark blue mirror velvet and also in a
4g3 ADE-IN-AMERICA" flags may be substituted for the bunting that now heavy mae ofi black satin.
iV files from coast guard cutters and stations. The coast guard is ex- The important point is that the trim-
perimenting with flags of cotton material, with the possibility of substituting ming should be quite small, bvt uncom-
cotton flags for the bunting flags
haa,dn. *k .. 6..J.....* dtk. ,,ua,, A d

Scatter and life-saving services, as
fast as they wear out and are retired
from service. The cotton flags may
also replace the lgnal flags on coast
guard cutters, If the tests being made
meet with approval
The bunting flags, when wet and
frosen, conditions that are accom-
panied by strong wind, are frazzled
out OB the eads quickly, and are soona -
unervlceable. It If claimed for the
l/ o Jgta that they w weather these conditions and be nearly as good as
i li cotton ga ats abotf half as much as the b Ang 1a; a

o MaItafSa thor ia rmert; own iy me agrd. V a
are 44 eoat guard cutter Into service, and most at them thA
one otmore extra flass besides the one flying from the peak. A flag is jlyg
S dal from ehek of the 285 coast guard stations on shore, an perhaps M
many more are held in reserve. Each coast guard cutter carries at least
twenty.slx signal flags of the international code, making a tafull set.

A *s An Wariy Spring Model by "Jane," a
Post Office Inspector on a Long Honeymoon Trip ,teVlvet Ht With aDouble
"Brim and Quaint Ceardo of" *abo
and Moire ibben.
ibftiJOrW INSPCTOR L. P. SMITH walked Into the aope of Chief Moire
SInaspector Joe P. Johnston the other day a the head of. the postal seeret mon and original. Hat brimmed hate
service was perunlog the list of poat offices that had not be cboaeked up. of this order will be very popular all
In the list the cie found the though the spring and summer. They
Sl fourth-class office on a the Isld ot will t eaggeratdly large and
\WA Guam., the only federal postal states the trimming will always be of the
0i1"WINn la this Iasular ponsmeon. Iavestlga. splest desription,
tion had disclosed that no inspeetlon This is a shape which may be said
had been made of the ofee *s to he salversally becoming, and tor
1908-six years. Although It i a this reaso we ind t revived Again
small offlee-one of the very smallest and agaa.
In the chain of thousands, the law re.
quiree that the postmaster be ch eoke LAST WORD IN RIBBON STYLES
up annually.
S "It seems that we have neglected Matters of ImprtaneWhh Women
Guam,' mued Johnston. Will Do Well to Keep In
"Neglected who?" inquired Smith.
"Guam," repeated the chief. "How long will It take you to get ready the Memory.
to so there?"
"I am ready," answered Smith, figuring that he was to be dispatched Watch out for velvet ribbons. They
on an ordinary Journey., "Where is It?" are to be ed very freely this spring
"On the other wide of the worlB." said Johnston, without cracking a smile. and summer for dress trmmings.
"Better go home and pack up. You will need a trunk for this trip. You Also be on the lookout for taffets
S 1will 6v7e about twenty-five thousand miles before you get back." ribbons In narrow styles not over an
Smith, like a good reporter, did as he was told. When he returned In inlch and onehal wide with e arded
the mornatr he was saceompasaid by a pretty little woman. dges and the thin texture.
"My wife," he said, Introducing Mrs. Smith to his chief. "If you have no These will be broadly used and espe.
objections I will take h6r with me. I will pay her expenses. We never have ,"llysmart In the new colorings.
had a real honeymoon trip and this looks like a real chance." / In the mlltMery field, the vogue for
Chief Johnston gave his consent and In a few minutes the gleeful.Smlths ribbon trimalang will follow that
were on the wAF to Union station. which now exists for vegetable trim.
I-' tmis,.
S > Plaided deets will enter as well as
Uncle am Will Conserve the Thanksgiving Bird "and 'w it ects.
It is possible for hat trimmlngs to
SF the Ime, ian turkey is to play as Important a part In the Thankasgiving become a dependent upon ribbon
and Crtais feasts of the future as It has In the past, people of the tM imh this muaso.
United States must lear more about the methods of raising this great The tabd d strs style are
domestic bird, according to the eoz- Indiatod as well a brim fat n of
,orto of *o Upited States department AN O NEIribboss|
d"f ai.eulture. At the present time* A.O il I IagaIhne ad veile ribbons are also
the turkey s considered one of the I WOmitK IM / on ta PL
hardest of any of the members of the It DILUN' lV J (i bro aid of~ a o b wds vlvet rsat
poultry family to raise. *Disease kills boa andbras wigbe=
of many every year, and this fact I M~S oth, muli and silk
Is.. sA to *a th rineinal cinuise fonp 66 e l.&" It: *

frhequet ashortage of supply amd the T
; varieaion in price which is observed
, by housewtve when coanduettg their

SeTo federal brasa f an o i f -mali b a
S.. dUatr ha seat Aadrew Woenta, md o Ias semtlae aintamto, a rel
whi will em0 the whole eouatr a4 wtwa wel Iedlatde a tommugak is
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Worth model afternoon gown. Skirt
Is of blue taffeta with red flowers,
very full skirt, shirred; dark blue
satin waist and band around skirt.
Hat is Napoleonlo shape from
Worth, color of the roses n the
skirt, with caries velvet trimming.
Parasol Is of dark blue silk.

two parts, Just a little more Ia one
part than in the other. Take one cup
of flour and mix with the larger part,
then shake the plume thoroughly in
this part and rinse it nla the smaller
part. Shake well in the air to dry
and to destroy the odor of the gaso-
line. The tinsel braids and ribbons
that are so much used at present can
be cleaned or refreshed by washlag
them with a toothbrush that has been
dipped first In sads and then ia am.

A geod way to cleaaeblldrB'm q b
nets made from A ue woo-l Ir Mt>1
Ahm -n -"i ha*s ON Stab

cotume'a Triomph Made MaUiea
seleetl o Colore fs r TieM
Chearmsg mem.

drawing would bae bame stlkg
whatever olprs had bee obeea for
its deign, but develedt ina blak aad
wht ite I has aired distlaetlom. The
grateful fall of lae over the asouler


be meoe'"olus'ta g~
Mo-k's I= ohme w

themv oue asbily #Ad;g ij
adantcswithth od ss e*

Railroad Attorney-Tau
was our Flyer that killed
What makes you so 'NiO
*Rastue-He duB llUGe A
train on de road.


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ways Me. Wwin

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"ooreleo girdae saowing thrWt, g
etar etietile utm he. aMes
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A. D. Polly spent Sunday in
Barry Feinberg spent Sunday
Gnus Guynn is spending this
week in Crystal River.
A. W. Butler of Inverness, was
in our town Tuesday..
J. E. Turner and wife of Red
Level, spent Tuesday here.
W. 0. Brogden of Inverness,
was in our town Thursday.
Miss Fannie Guynn of Hernan-
do, is visiting relatives here.
Rev. H. P. Blocker of Homo-
sassa, was in town Saturday.
SBonnett King and Toy Allen
.of Lecanto, were in town Monday.
The sweet fragrance of the
orange blossom, now fills the air.
Special Wedding and Birthday
Cakes Made to order, on Short
White Star Bakery.
The Methodist prayer meeting
has been changed to Tuesday
Mr. Funston of Homosassa was
the guest of Mr. H. Hunt last
-D. E. McItes of Oeala, was
looking-sater the interest of his
*ll ii(l +W ./-.'',

,-+ bieswhe g SI 8 ,
T. p. Alien our eler deputy
sherlffEotn Inverness, Was at-
teodla; tobusiniess hbre atter.
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Mrs. J. Johnson and chill
dren of Inverness, spent Satur-
day and Sunday with Mrs. John-
son's mother, Mrs. Q. Hay. *
Mr. 6an Mrs. Wilson, who
bave been stopping at the Willis
Bouse, left for their boae in
Ohio, Tuesday.
Logan Hough and Miss Della
Beatty of Red Level, were
Tuesday visitors.
We bake fresh Bread and
Rolls every day.
White Star Bakery.
John sad Bryan Barnes of L.
canto, were among the Sunday
visitors to our town.
T. E. Williams of Red Level,
was a business visitor here Sat.
urday. -'
'Read the ad. of the Baum and
Van Roy orate mill in this pa-
Mrs. W. 0. Turner of Red Lev-
el was in -town today.
Easter Hat's on display at
Rlad the. card of Dr. W. L.
Qook ent. t His -office is
wit* r.Cross. If yonuae nad-
ju I dijtal work, oalUn him.
# ^ qTurner of M.ve",
ma l:a aat call at the News
14j li town uattrlAy.
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Mr. Shelly and wife who have
been guests of. the Dixon House
for some time left on Monday.
The sweet scented Jessamin,
the snow-white dogwood, and the
beautiful wild violet are welcome
indications thatapring is at hand.
To conform to the custom of
the other banks in the state the
bank of Crystal River will ob-
serve Thursday afternoons as
half holiday.
Preaching .service will be held
in the Church of Christ Sunday
morning March 14th at 11 A. M.
by Elder (olson of Gainesville,
Fla. '
Our Graham Bread is both
wholesome -afd Food.
White Star Bakery.
The Waddingtons, fishermen,
brought in a 85 pound jew fish,
or grouper, Tuesday morning.
Harry F. was one of the first call-
ors at the dock after the arrive.
al of the big fish.
Mrs. W. H. Mull of Pans Ill.,
who has been spending some-
time here with her sister Mrs.
kaul Boellert left for home last
Miss Dora Moody left Satur-
day for a few days visit to Jack-
N. ; Jones, of the Marion
u e. of, oals, was

' io a tfw days here this week
Mr& and Mrs. Jim Barnes of
Leo6ato have moved to Orystal
River, and are occupying part of
the Baroo building, or court
UsU1 MANI ts lieR AU 4kUIst
a4 ptls, small r large quatltles.
Write us your wraws. eorge W. Iydr
oryftal river.Ila.s
Mr. Sheridan and wife who
have been spending the winter
here, as guests of the Dixon
House, left for their. home in
New York, Monday.
Council proceedings were re-
ceived too late for publication
this week, but will be published
next week.
Miss 4nna Weisenbaker left
Wednesday for Cleveland, Ohio.
after spending the winter with
Mrs. M. H. Baum.
Mr. George Morrison left Mon-
day for Ocala to meet a party
from Detroit, Mich.,,who is look.
ing for a suitable location in Fla.
We had best make the best of
this nice cold weather we have
been having, and enjoy it all we
can, for its going to be hot an
awlul long time when it starts.
Last night a merry party of
eighteen, braved the cold winds
and set out on the Seminole for
Shell island to roast, oysters and
have a gRod time. By th time,
they reached the Island they
were all able to appreciate both
the ire and the hot roasted bi-
Rev. J. A. H. Green's sermon
hat Sunday morning from the
text taken from evelateiotas 8rd
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A. Jolly party of Oitronelle
and Orystal River folks went
per tq Shell Isnd yesterday
and enjoyed a fish fry. The out
of twn people who were in the
party were; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Rough, Mrs. Frits Hough and
little daughter, Mamie. and El.
mer Tedder of Citronelle, Gums
Guynn and Miss Fannie Guyun,
of Hernando
R H. Sanders of Dunnellon.
and J. W. Sanders of Brooks-
ville, both of whom represent
the Superior Tailoring Co., of
Jinoinnati 0., were in our town
today. Mr. R. H. Sanders will
open branch office in the store
recently vacated by M. Fein-
0. 0. Houston of Lewisburg,
Tenn., spent several days here
this week. Mr! Houston is one
of the owners of the cedar mill.
Two blind tiger caes were
tried here last week. John
Stanley and Will Stanley, both
negroes. Jno. was fined in the
Mayor's court $25,00 and costs,
and paid out, but was /taken
over to Inverness, to be tried in
the County Judge's court. .
Will Stanley, who was in reali-
ty a veritable Blind Tiger (being
blind in both eyes) plead guilty
and got six months.
Why should you worry about
making Cakes and Pies, while
we are making a specialty of
them. White Star Bakery.
A drama in 4 acts, entitled
"The Winning of atAoe."
will be presented at the Crystal
Theatre next Tuesdb'y night.
Read the advertisement of this
play in this paper.

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The fish are bightin' fine these
days and to help the ood fisher-
man f ofrystel River prove to
the world that we have the best
fishing waters in the State we
sae going to make a special Ns.
ducon an priesof our entire line
of fishing tackle.
Take a look into our show
window note the display thee.
Come into our store and let as
show you our stock.

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Coast Metrepolls Foer Irliv
Jacksonvllle.-The Philadelphia Ath-
letics, former champions of the world,.
arrived In Jacksonville on the steam-
ship Apache. A few members of the
team, Including Manager Connie
Mack, reached here on Sunday night.
and the entire club sl quartered at a
local hotel, which will be their head.
quarters during the spring training

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So Pleasant.
It wad a club dinner, and Mrs. An-
derson, a social climber,' was sated
next to Mrs Murgridge, a society
woman of prominence. Wiahing to
enuage In conversation with the social
leader, Mrs. Anderson remarked:
"I understand that you have a son
who Is studying music, Mrs. Mur-
"Yea, my son is a great musician,"
replied the social leader, rather coldly.
"He is now studying in the Paris con
"Really! How nice!" replied the so-
cial aspirant. "It must be so pleasant
to be able to sit among flowers all
day and not disturb anyone with the


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"Pape's Diapepsin" fixe *lk.
sow, gassy stomachs in
five minutes.
Time it! In five minutes all stomach
distlm wIlU go. No indigestion, heart
burn, sourness or belching of gas, acid,
or eructations of undigested food, no
dis- aa, bloatiUg or foul breatk.
Pape's D apepst Is noted for its
speed in regulating upset stomachs.
It Is the surest, quickest and most oy-
tasin digestion remedy In the whole~
world, and beside It is harmlesS.
Please for your sake get a lIWtO
fifty-cent case of Pape's "Diapepst
from any store and put your stomach
right Don't keep on being mlserable-
life is too show-you are not Wae
Vlng, so make your stay agOeeashM
Iat what you like and digest It; in-
I It without dread of rebellion In
the stomach.
Pape's Diapepain belongs In your
home anyway. Should one of the famn-
ly eat something which don't agree
with them, or In case of an attack of
Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or
stomach derangement at daytime or
during tbh night, It is handy to give
the quickest relief known. Adv.
The self-made man might sometimes
eperclse more care in selecting his
materials .


tub Musterole on Forehead
and Temples
A headache remedy without the dan-
ers of headache e medicine." Relieves
headache and that miserable feeling
from cold or congestion. And it acts'at
sce l MUSTEROLE is a clean, white
ointment made with oil of mustard. Bet.
tar than a mustard plaster and does not
blister. Used only externally and in no
way can affect stomach and heart, uas
aine internal medicines do
Best for Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
Croup, Stiff Nec, Asthma, Neuralga,
Congestion Pleurisy, Rheumatism, Lmn.
,go all ains and Aches of the Back
or Joints Sprains, Sore Muscles, Bruis-
es, Chilbls, Frosted Feet, Colds of the
Chest (it often prevents Pneumonia).
At your drggist's, in 25c and 5Oc Jar%
and a special large hospitals fs
Be Wm 'yo '" th gtM Itv o
TER(]LL- Refuse mitati what
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Those who were In the party with
Manager Mack were Tom Shibe and
wife, "Stuffy" Mclunes, Joe Buh, Jack
Berry, Shag Thompson and Bostick.
an Infielder from Denver.
Besides the Athletics, members of
the Philadelphia and Brooklyn Nation-
al League clubs arrived on the same
ship. The Philliese, after taking lunch-
eon at the hotel, proceeded to St. Pe-
tersburg on an afternoon train, at
which point they will do their prelim.
inary training. The Brooklyn, only
two regular players being In the par-
ty, went to Daytona, where the Super-
bas are to work out this season.
Although weather conditions were
far from favorable on their arrival,
Manager Mack of the Athletics, hav-
ing experienced Florida sunshine in
the past, was not la the least discour.
aged and has practically made ar-
rangements for his team to begin to
work out at Barmr' Field.
He had his club report at the ball
yard. None of them donned uniforms,
however, but spent considerable time
getting their lockers In shape, etc.
Both Manager Mack and Capt. Har-
ry Davis expressed themselves as be-
ing delighted with the condition of
Barrs' Field, which excellent park has
been put In shape by Handsome Mike
Price, who has worked hard on the
grounds for the past month.
Manager Mack looks for a most ad-
vantageous training season and be-
lieves he will have his men nla the
best shape they were ever in after
a training season, when they leave
Jacksonville. An of the older mern-
bers of the Athletics expressed the1-.
selves as delighted at being back la
Jacksonville. Connie has a likely look-
ing crowd of youngsters in his outfit,
but, of course, It Is impossible to get
a line on their work until they get In-
to action. -

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Large Number of Craft Touch Wacor
At Florida's island
City. .

Key West.-The following move-
ment of United States veasels at
the United States navy yard at Key
West tat week were:.
Arirvals: MoDouglas, Dra/'ton, Ian-
ning, Burrows, Trippe, Jenkins, Pat-
terson, Jarvis, Paulding at Cleonfgoe;
Utah, Florida, Michigan, Solace, Yank-
too at Guataatmto; Loutliana, Con-
necticut, Nebraska, New Hampshire,
New Jersey, Rhode Island. Virginia.
Vermont, Halnibal. Leonidas at Pusn-
ta Gorda; Orion at Philadelphia:
North Carolina at Alexandria; Dee-
Molaes sal Celtie at Port-u-Prince;
Petrel at Mobile; Jason at Bristol.
England; Cummings at Santiago; Pa-
ducah at Tunas de Zan; Tecumseh at
Norfolk; Castlne at I(ey West
Departures: Washington from New
York for Guantanamo; South Carolina
from Philadelphia for Guantanamo ;
Minnesota from Philadelphia tor Ouas-
tanamo; Texas from Hampton Roads
for Guantanamo; Cyclops from Hamp-
ton Roads for Guantanamo; MacDon.
onugh from Charleston for Key West;
Perkins from Charleston for Newport;
Osceola from Tunas do ZEsa for Ouan-
tanams; Kansas from Ouantanamo for
Guafcyabo; Rocket from Norfolk for
Indian Head; Tonopah E-1 and W
from Fernandina for Key West; Bea.-
bam from Key West for GOuaannamo6


Handsome Club Rooms Purnished By
Active Business Men Of

Jacksonville.-The opening of the
Business Men's club was a11 that the
dub could desire, and. proved to be,
from the start, one of the moat d&e
lightful gathering places for the bual-
ness men of the city, many of whom
were early in attendance and wer
making themselves thoroughly at home
In the handlom*e sete seve-rn onr
ow tfurnished sad fitted O- t
eleventh soar of the .Ho ,d Ntio past
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All te ro0as e a p I l It
,dilm A"A iaatnflh a'a aa&b iS AM"

Th8 solid

goldosheil initial ring gmito

Cut out the coWo= now and inl today

This wonderful introductory ofer close
April 15, 1915. Send the coupon below today
with a signaturelrom a one. pound packgeof
Arbuckles' Ariosa or Abuekles' Ground
Coffee, and 10 cents in stamps or colan.
Get one of these beautiful initial rin, with
any letter that you may desireplaced on the
heart. Its value is remarkable. It Is an ab-
solutely solid gold- bell ring (at a washed
or electro-plated ring) iand weguantese It to
give excellent wear. If it does not, it iIl be
cheerfully exchanged at once without i quese-
tion. You could not gat better gueanms
if you paid many times the prieel
Res v t deemuhe te'dm .he ma w
Thi isslle di d I s rl (se 1 Mse10. nis
Sgive the tdine ada lie eieO wl. Omei
e ltrt a *u rtins.)
pe rll, tlHat shaJawillaa lv MI sca mdrvs
iMUhll"iariund iheMceidleII t fietea6W. TIbs
dhtle e a urie a tthe dMi ae tin (shn(n,
ley) i4 Me she de thaie eat -d CllaW.

We nake this aoioundlag oer to induce
you to try oea pound of Albicukfe' Arios or
Arbuekls' Ground Cdee sew-tohaveyou
mperehit, flavor and ama, with the
you now serve. Lear why morn Aebuckles'
Ariaes sad Asuckles' Ground Caes is sold

Miss ay dther periead afte.
In over a million American mesi, every
morning, a piping hot cup of A1buekle'
starts the day. Its temptle f W aroan
makes keen the appetite. It sped oeA-
so good that it could never be ed at the
price, were it not for its tremendous sales.
T3 it today, ad get one of these valuAble
initial r for youelf or for a ome on is
yeur famiJy. Cut out the coupe now. Then
7yone pound of Arbckl' Aries wholel
bea) or Arbackles' Ground Cole, cut the
su from the package, and d It today
wt1le Ceepea and Iein stamps er eeso.

Othe wm .41 lrings you c=n g*

N ucl seme a be o ithNll shempeg- h iaW v, *U ho e eampeWillshe sepAeIeMWM
1 9 d masmue ads
Is Tb
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"Ain't No isoh Animlle."
"Why won't you engage her as
"She signed her letter of application,
'Your obedient servant.'"


And Lose Your Hair. Cutloura Pro.
vents It Trial FPree.
Cuticura Soap shampoos cleanse
and purify the scalp of dandruff while
the Ointment soothes and heals the
irritated scalp skin. Dandruff and
itohlg are hair destroyers. Get so
quatated wjth those superereamy emol-
lients for the skli and scalp.
Sample each free by mall with Book
Address posteard, Catioura, Dept. XT,
Boston. Sold everywhere-Adv.

The World's greatest misfit is ilua-
trated by the big opinions of a small

Just What He Needed.
The physician pondered the-ease for
a few minutes before he ventured an
"I think your husband needs a rest
more than anything else," be sat4 at
last. "If you could be convinced-"
"But he absolutely refuses to listen
to me, doctor."
"Well," returned the physician,
thoughtfully. "that's a step In the right

-d ie cou- bew,
wit *e s, aad I
will aM4.yesatOceSe"of
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b w thi slo. Get G et
AMuckkeh' Cale) d toa
advtae of bthis o, jut
as have. We wl mall
od f your ffieads diret
the bMsujl ring, wh M
send us the money and
satures for the Ave riags.
For doing this es will
earn IS iglatus fre. .
Wha W Send you yor
rag, we will sed a spedal
blGnk, gtvi full and der
iaruo as to what you
have to do to gt iesm I
signature fre. At the m
tdie, we will eamyo a r
lathe wide eChoie f wWo'
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Dgrnt lose ldafstwokfm t on
feel' A SluggIsh, blWes.Or cOnst
meed ante. met.
coamol ismq .' uosle

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vow etlgeted or yea
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Where Wan Wine.
As %t an cB*y Sitbf oars tean
tep. the weligt 4 Ita own pod.,
while a horse and a' man c a earry a
harden only about eqtal to their own
wegt.-lb idlsnapolls News.
But we defy any at to sit perfectly
motionless In a dimly lit parlor for
four hours" with A female of the spe-
cies twice Its owp'weight on Its tap.
all the time wearing a grin of ecstatic



0riel Tff T"el MeaM- Aor.Thlek.
aiey, Fluffy, aiutl,-4..o
Mee ItehMs Se Io

- Wshet n minutes after a
W tra deadu or esng hair
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Iaplsodr who rries a girl agalnat
-the wishtea ofer pareate nay be s
verely pushed,
Mr. Baon--le deserve to be. I
guess the. parents ouAht to know what
sort of a temper the girl has.
Neceeary Pubilelty.
Small Daughter--Mother, why does
It say "At home February 20" on Mrs.
Morgan Jones' card?
Motohe-Mrs. Jones, my dear, Is au
antisuffragist and she feels It neces-
sary to publicly announce that she is
at hope once In every year.-Pack.
Studying Up.
"What makes hah my 'tolo' and
'ooll' for 'gir and *curl' ?"
"I'm goingg to oermany and I want
to speak a language that won't be
mistaken for Mnglish."'

Leony With Love.
"Mis Baetey is not at home, sir.
Will you leave your name?" *
"Do 'you think she would take It?"

But for the breath of suspicion gos-
sip would die a natural death.

-pom f iat' down 'tstr~wsl~s
ybm Wlhs uap- ed Aw U06youfeel in*
MIR visomoe isnt )mht~pt-go Wak to
theetore and g"t Yuar moe. IDOd-
mrn', LIM Ir TosIv. 4,pMottngthe
lof "list
.1 4krunt"" .' (dnof
141er Taw *K Pat your
lulglsh ~ ampWaxoesyour
"Oy4em anMimikn toweelmisrable.
kxgarswteetatla bottled o~f Dps'
Liver Tome 'mU j~lmo e'~lfr am
0 tootee A"Snfor most OftlwIttto
prw chldun. ;lUIf o bqea~; doesn't
SHPg eA" thff Kk6'ftb Iiestatatste,

Xwnail ihn t he (it tory T"
"I did, an found be was on the
wroag taok." .

at LesN Mutt and Take talt for
Baskache or ladder Trouble-
"' Neutrailui Aids.
, Urlo aold In me eeites the kid-
aOey, they become overworked; get
uulsh, ache, "...feel 11# lumps of
W.? The urine oasomes clouds; the
bladder is-rritatea and you nay be
obftged to seek ale two ator thru
tmae 4uda nthe t, When the kid
-W. **) you m1t b4ftba *t"h
oft the body's urios waste or yoall
bt a ralk peDoos ahortly. At M&t
Yr0 fel a dull ate la the kidney
t Mis yto s61r = ekaea, sl. Ick
a dha f slbmbse* pah g8ta1eur,
IItap coated sad ,Wfeeus rhumatle
*Mins ham (-i- r la hadmAr had

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eMtlse that I wto eIth .
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boght a B maA" o
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wife 8ave It to me aomer"I
to the diltlwis MWd I M O eK

prod ad today, aoar te ma
ofe tine terth bottle, I fe a
theOro ""ed. I t em Il*
tioutey reemmead thise -I
meGleote to every em-tidm
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Marjorle-Well, I'm going to give
him to understand that I consider the
valentine he set me in the light of
ase0a8 iropesal-Judge.
.. Wse Pale Leoklng.
Cook-4'he tea I quite ehbasted,
Mistreoe-I noticed that It seemed
very weak last time,

A maI las a ood bit lik a penal.
To-make his mark, he not only has to
be sharp but he.has to be pushed.

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.apendor of their sovenir postal

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We dry clean and press suits for 40c. Scrub suite for 80c.
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in Music"

That's our Slogan. Let. us prove it

Latest sheet music and music books. Vic-
tor Talking Machines and Records '
We sell Steinway, Chickering, Mathashek, and
many other pianos and player pianos from $171.00.
up, on easy terms, We sell organs from $25 up.
Write for catalogue.

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coa et dil, i to *
a leotof ilbebb .
0, the Willis HRose arty weitets ownathe
Ostensibly for to satch ish.
With tacle and balt Stoeiend th whole day,
A. this wa their lanrmos wish;
In years, the crowd varied fhom, innney's
uBa to gray balsand soMret mlen,
One baby. one, yougsr.oaneetmlin age,
For this wae thearoIn, I wAn.

There was Oaptai sohn W. ad likewise
his frai
Madames Ieynes, and Boellert and Mull;
Who with lUighterand jollity we must llow
Kept th Prty from bine som dull.
And then there were others; amtlan and
Joha Leynes, the mate of the Anna:
The wife of the parie theitald dominle.
And we mst not $ t Mrs. alana.
For sheoat In the mlddleto halane the boat,
While across from her it baby Helen.,
Who at up so prim In her little red cost,
And kindly refrained from muohyallin.
And then little Bonnie. to equallse Weight,
For seine were so stout and so fat,
That the boat could not ran at a very great
Not over eight knots, or like that.
Now surely these lubbers .were haunting Ill
To sal with an even thirteen;
But the good Anna W. ailed sure asa duck,
With the long, and the short, fat and lean.
The first stop was made where the rocks
did abound,
And the lines were overboard thrown.
But alas, very few of the fish there were
Which elioted many a groan.
Colonel Leigh took much time to unravel
his line.
Which persisted in kinkinand knoUing,
The words thathe uttered were not very fine,
Buch as these: "0; confound snch bum
yachting I"
The preacher howled dismally, "Give me
some beat
SI'll never eateh evens minnow,
If I don't Improve on this sorry rate,
And furthermore, I want my dinner."
But Mrs. FlanM ioon hauled up a fish,
And cried, "Take him off my hook
While the other still hoping to get their
fond Wish.
STumnedale round tegllsoUoh. osickly.

When a few more were caught, the anchor
was raised,
And the word wa passed round,
"3ow for eatingl"
But when they had landed, they all
semed suite a ed,
And begsaadisusslon quite heating.
SJia istee4 boght any eo t eUmnd.,

Thb wre wa.very great error they deemsd.
Ahn thaiwImahreatdeldb-eusstlng.
*1he presaher soon evidenced that he had
In building a fire for the party,
And likewise to warm, for the air was quite
And the appetites, my, they were
Then up spake the Captain, "Go up to yon
And buy all the coffee they've got.
A man who will go off without lt e* mut:
Dr. B., hapd me quickly that pot."
The dominle fishpd out the kettle so black.
And eMagerlty punched up the fire
He agreed with the skipper tat the evident
lack.* .
Of the coffee excited their Ire.

But alansa and Leynes made haste to return
With that which soon gladdened the
And the oysters were ready with never a
And the skipper's heart surely was
The dinner was eaten with laughter and jest,
As they gathered around the old table,
And everyone's basket considered the best,
Every man eating all he was able.
The return was oon made with nothing to
mar. ,
The party' gay spirits and humor.
And If you should hear there was the least
Just charge it up told daie Humor.
Here's wishing the Willises all of the Joy,
The future ean possibly bring.
May nothing e'er happen that could them
And their wintersbeone joyousspring,
3. T. Z.

W"eePINGe 4Man
Well-everyone knows the
effect of Pine Forest on Coughs. Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey Is a remedy
which bring quick relief for
Whooping Cough, loosens the
mucous, soothes the lining of the
throat and lungs, and makes .th
coughing spells less severe. A
famnlr with growing children
shell net be without it. Keep it
hatdy'tor %l1 Coughs and Colds. Me
at your Druggist.

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The Village Ipiprovewent So-
ciety r1ll hold called meeting
next Thursday evening at the
residence of 0. A. Miller.
The ladies-of the society are
requested to bring their hus-
bands, and the members of the
city council and their wives, as
well as all citizens interested in
the town's welfare, are invited
to attend. *
Mrs. R. p. Smith, Seo'y.
Notice of Boctlon

Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of tne Board of County
Commissioners held in, the Court
house of said County on Monday,
the I et day of February, A.D., 1915,
the following resolution wak intro-
duced by Commissioner Books, and
on motion the same was adopted:
the Board of County Commissioners
of Citrus County, Florida' deemidg
it expedient and to the best interest
of the County to issue County bonds
for the purpose of funding the out-
standing indebtedness of said
County, do here adopt the follow-
Ing resolutions:
Resolved, by the Board of Com-
missioners of citrus county, Florida
that bonds of the county of citrus.
State of Florida shall be Issued to
the amount of $50,000. running for a
period of ten years, bearing interest
at the rate of five per cent per an-
nun, Said bonds to date from the
1st day of July, A.D. 1916 and bear-
Ing interest coupons as aforesaid,
and the proceeds of said bonds
shall be devoted to funding and
liquidating the outstanding indebt-
edness of citrus county, Florida.
Resolved, further, that ah elect-
ion shall be. and is hereby called to
be held on the 8rd day of April A.
D. 1915 in accordance with the law,
to ascertain the wishes of the qual-
ified voters of oitrus county, Flor-
ida and that these resolutions be
published in the several newspapers
printed in the county of oitrus. for
the full term of four weeks prior to
said election.
Resolved, further, that the Chair-
man of this BoWrdl; and las hneby


an election wvIlbe held iI Ieoor4.
anoe with the said resolution, In
the eaf. oting preocuote of the
County oin turda the 8rd day of
April, 1918, ikt which the Quetlon
shall Be submitted to "i legal
voters of the County whether such
bonds ball be issued.
By order of the Boed of C(ounty
Commissioners, Febrory 1st, 191.
J. J. WILLIAMS, Chairman.
Circuit Court.

Worth Trying.
Those who 1ive oa the mountain
have a longer day than those who live
tn the valley. 8omettmes all we need
to brighten our day Is to rise a little


Your Orders For Mill, AuppI es
Machine or Boiler Work, Iron or
Bras Cattings B6es, Shafting,
Coupliniigs, Steel or Iron Pulleys
IPatS WORK r AXt 11Mt,

Ocala Iron Works
Ocalaferida, Phone 4

Grown on the ruoieUf Stben
Oounty, about 1000 fbOV T FREE FROM DISEASE
strong. hardy, prollftc varletls. Give
them a trial. Send for catalog.
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Round Steak
Pork Chops
Roast Beef
Stew Beef
Roast Pork
Fresh Sausa ge .
Sliced Ham ad d

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' Will Give a Lot Free
Will give one building lot free, to the
first person who will before (Otober
1915 erect a house costing $1,000.00

We have beautiful water front sites for
Winter or summer homes.



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