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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: March 26, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00078
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 40197650
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TO THe INTPEaT OP TOWN, COUNTY AND STATE.


O*hTAL EIYRI, 110IDA, FRIDAY, k&B. 1, )916


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i tlJY ewm HONOR DOLL *,- *. A (UilJAY

SMOAY 6 t evening Mr. and r C Rive eo. of pa b
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Amr. M t.A *joker entertAind W"*SI K '04OW70" nse risitortdr., .T7
IM MlMWlA M .IM f .41 wvitt w solel ad M. h 1t -..... .... i ... .. Fr.y, a.. .. ngTn
i Tis i In nor of o First GradeT-obert Wolfe, -_,_!. .*oeAwt tte W q ,
-. Mb elo vaNess of rke, J. HoustonHood Lucile SparK IBVda" y At the. meti of thae V.L 8.
S blo.nman,* m. Obles Miller, Leon oy.. Mr. .A' ,
arha {vl. tS I aQ.i.. .lot of Itd Fish an LAurol GuyDan, Susie MU Allen. J.. S. Wolf.ntide hi.s ,10 1 it was uoBinpimqly aeedt
S .. S now, some. hltwek ThtGrader4wGladi Park.. buhea ;trip to Crystal li ~a p nrtiular d e .sMt wrk
and cost tasituti g wehbed Ma( grad tFoui h Grade--John Williasts,'rda. ".... -1 u dy, would' be a
Ie war ned S ad costs it certainly is ~rt spn to Virnitoi 8mrLit Ines Vivian. Mrs. 0,iM,. Alule hl K o, *"pIn ideqt qnd i t was u.
r" ( diys. ItIs thoobt that catch them with hook and line. Fifth Grade-Wilm "Patter. do wih bei mother, is. fi. deOdded i maer ,dIL
son, Ii".ODirs,10'. a 4q ii Inv aIO d.adqU'ultt
4~*o .lasd b is g se, sad n -he q l.yet for surf Shxth Grade-M arisa Vivia*u, b'.e. .I i. .r.. by GI'is.
S.- a plae d in the oiy look-up bathlqg, although Mrs. ZEnok and ,nlsrs .Pyle, Da, i adFirh .. f my th e
over night.D th e gthhou thw1 ,6 A ted the mistotitne to H ybhd of )os were interviewing the-athe c ty council, the mqor ad
ever, some ioe broke the look fall overbord .om a canoe at l King thehalth asere, thi la M Y
from out side and let him out.h Mr., .Mrs. Unis od's home Mrs. L. A. Bos -well entertain.- iss Ruby King, returned fainlyth iOryMtal vr tpery
bver possible mtoen teCa aer:Io t wo k, she fellt n wbter ed quite "ib,,mer of little folks home last week from Romosass, sto in this matter.pd ocean
be taken to apprehend brthea wal abotourtt dev but safeloat her home ofh last Monday af- where she had'been visiting her their premises and.thq bstre s
pristwho did the. jail breaking, walked ashore and never lost termoon, in honor of the fourth sistr, IMrs. Karl Harmon.; in frost of them.


astb MaQund tbhse hll mounds here, F. M. Seoktiger has opened up y innie and Teoaie Mmi;h be take po. from uqor :nd
s oone dip up Indian bones, per- a barber sIhop in heSekngrofeu&howitsk. rond ot hoes and stret
e -,ntein..efk-l nel haep. hundred sers old, and it~ build et dor to thet .nd o U id on thee A ,
esy ouS a nd d nolhlt o.ith'ioity to .know olice. A _ti. .d sBn-tt that wgonsturoled .of'
o,- ather,- -o---- of the-e rbou. the a.t and history Kilg, 0s.pp aka4y night And cost to.the peope, esa oiM all
r athe3 S inhabited thes Mr. P Mrs. MT Smith of Saturday at OhedowitkB, as such trash on tf arboe date as
o-E s st orsbouo e l or jobt parts. ot thei o res H in Hold, a*tvisttoj this ity the M0pi*t. ~.ndith; ti they t rive round for this pn.
wth Blean's Ltinment. 1o n elto peace, Biu will be done. afew brurs l sht14 safter- repor$ ths ta pose.
libsn-Judt apply the niment ..noon.
F';, the eurie. It is wonderfully Mr. Jim nHea is one of our !otBe W. T. Rlihrc !hustlng young By following these suagBtions
SSabo he a d e. E dia ws ma 1 h ad hv in the tash piled out
Si'fteaouble and draws the pald raitng some vey flh e thige, ud.4enly tqeu Ill while, at ~ening Ve-*sl ohs with early on. the morning of April
o rm ilMMitoedtlor. Mpt.i. ,.bly. w- beos,. tates schood On telst T*bitdly, and hid .is either, Mr. ,E., Spurgeoa, 2d. the weapons can cart itway
.I, -+al..nt for .o. 2 e .s"- .pigressive ad to be t)ce: home,. bat Jo.nre- of lradentown, returned hpre on that date and we shall hve
S h M opverd, and is aright agai o last Thrdy. a clean town.
S I wMedndr.fl ... Weetbrook, Mr. and Ms. N. R. Vinson ep ltall doei to
BWarueadrshep, l W, h .opI apd fatuly. peompq*id byM. w aehe, ruithecity of d.


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. ur e. Aes. .and 'tBud- a- to
t- N. R. 'Wilson formerly .
k Alter is ry ill The coaucil are tehipg up
rjft4 i 8 bhe is being at measures to enforce oe e.
4adi ;k@win of Orystal oesmry sanitary and ks.
*' Hr. me of n ver Let us all pooperte Uth the
Sope for P her a speedy sauthorftes and r*tp the e t
S.. : ... of the iqprovem t i t Ip. th
h A WIWising of LIatne' a conditions, whih these mes-.
drmAwin o*ar setq, prented pt ures will br n y b t
the tl.ThlatrelsMtTuerdly t T.-uesda .f
night by Lecinto and Orystal I" W J' CuqI.OI
SRiver talent, was well attended The fn s.t ^qqll 'ocrt, f
from here. They played .t a the Shell Fish am 1,i4, .
full, house, and every one ex, ated by Act of t. 4 stare
Pressed themselves il' having of ,1918, t e st. ben atpM
1 enjoyed the play very much. f 1om T 0AllMass8ee. 3Tl re_ is
* replete-with valuable inform.
As .i. regard n dins the Shell Fi h ia.
GO SIOaturday, lat, Mr, O,'D. dtlry of the Sfte. ,A
Shultp, a prominent citizen of with handsome .I hl Ail-.
; IvratiM; chabrterei the lanch :trstiont of oyster-fleet, spe.
; fW. .ad, wtk th0 vfAterw means of shell Ash, Sjtate, lhibit
ifM Ca. e. tpzier and other intle nesw 44i.t .
rg aen 'tmoe gulf perteinlug to the indqstry.- ,
k fish w This "At 3'
ta .^w west@ s oono eri^ght hteens
da d:the propepty ,nd money* t qt
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THREE E VESSELS MNED

Britlih Battleships Irreeistible And
Ocean And French Battleship
Bouvet Sent To Bottom
London.-The British battleships Ir-
resistible and Ocean and the French
battleship Bouvet were blown up by
floating mine while engaged with
the remainder of the allied Beet il
attacking the forts in the narrows of
the Dardanelles.
The crews of the two Britiships
were virtually all saved, having been
transferred to other ships under a hot
fire, but an internal explosion took
place on board the Bouvet, after she
had fouled the mine and most of her
crew was lost. The Bouvet sank three
minutes after she hit the mine.
The waters in which the ships were
lost had been swept of mines, but the
British admiralty asserts that the
Turks and the Germans set floating
containers of explosives adrift, and
these were carried down by the cur.
rent onto the allied ships gathered In-
side the entrance of the straits.
All the ships sunk were old ones.
The Bouvet was built nearly twenty
years ago, and the Ocean and Irre-
sistible in 1898. They were useful,
however, for the work in which they
were engaged in the Dardanelles. The
sunken British ships are being re-
placed by the battleships Queen and
Implacable, vessels of a similar type.
The damage done to the Turkish
forts by the heavy bombardment has
not been ascertained. It is stated that
operations against them are continue.
Ing. The forts attacked were those
on either side of Kephez bay and on
Kephes point outside the narrows and
those on Kalid Bahr and Chanak in
the narrows.
The Kephes forts replied strongly
when the battleships advanced up the
Dardanelles, and all the ships were
hit. It is asserted that these forts
finally were silenced and a bombard-
ment of those in the narrows was
under way when t4ie three battleships
hit ie infue. The ybwi'l' orai-
ships did not cause a cessation of the
fighting, which continued until dark-
ness intervened.
HISTORY REPEATS


Vies President Marshall Likens Pres-
ent Crisis With England To
Situation Of 1812
Ogden, Utah.-Likening the present
International situation to conditions
preceding the war of 1812, Vice Pres-
Ident Marshall made this statement
while on his way to San Francisco:
"Personally I am a very peaceable
man. I rather think now Is the time
for the entire United States to be
peaceable. We now have a situation
that has practically the same problems
that brought on the war of 1812. It
Is almost a parallel case, excepting
that war is more terrible now than
ever before. The question arises in
my mind whether we as a world have
actually progressed in the last 100
years when it comes to war, peace and
diplomacy.
"There was a time in the west when
cowboys used to tome in and shoot up
a town. It was much safer to stay at
home than to venture on the streets
and usually the man that did not want
to get into trouble took the safe side
and stayed Inside of his domicile until
the shooting was over. Of course his
action might affect the amount of
business he was doing. The situation
as to the world is Just the same, only
on a larger scale."
Believes Karlsruhe Was Sunk
London.-The secretary of the Brit-
ish admiralty announces that there is
every reason to believe that the Ger-
man cruiser Karlsruhe was sunk in
the neighborhood of the West Indies
at ,the beginning of November sad
that those of her-crew who were res-
cued reached Germany early In De-
comber In the steamer Rio Qrande,
which had been acting In concert with
the Karlsruhe.
Bridge. Dynamiter Is Held,
Bangor, Maine.-Werner Horn,
charged with illegal interstate trans-
portation of eaplosivs in connection
with his attiPt to wreck the Inter-
national r ad bridg4 at Vancebore,
will be *aen to Bostoa for trial as
a remit f the fladin of Federal Comn-
misuIdper Charles H. Reid here. The
commisaloner decided that the Indict.
meant wat wad sufficient basis for
holding the priger. The defense
motion for the release of Horn on the
greead that he was a belligerent en-
gged la an act of wa' was dealed.


UKE OLD TIMES


Look fo the nMne French MarfktCoffee andthe
of theold market that on aaem. of Fr.ch
Coffee, the womdefulold secretblendwitelavoraritaw0.
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a blend of the most famous rroadth of kjyO daf
proneM, in the specially buitrench Mare M atNw
Send 10 cent for 12 cup mand boold.
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Dt Moais Regivter and Leadir.
There's Something 8ort of Pamiliar About This Discussion.


MEXICANS SCARE AMERICANS
GHASTLY ACTS REPORTED TO
HAVE BEEN COMMITTED
BY NATIVES
State Department Receives Many
Appeals From Citizens
In Mexico


Washington.-Conditions in Mexico
City, as well as Mansanillo, are giving
officials much concern.
Apparently the reoccupation of the
capital by the Zapata forces has not
brought the expected relief, or else
Americans have tired of their Isolation
and the stagnation their businesses
have experienced, for a large number
of them with other foreigners asked
the state department through the Bra-
transportation to Vera Vrus. was
tary Bryan announced later that trains
had been requested from both the
Villa-Zapata government and the Oar.
ranks authorities.
Urgent representations werm made
during the day to General Carransa
concerning his troops at MansanilUo,
whose activities have caused foreign-
ers much apprehension. The Ameri-
can consul was instructed to keep in
close touch with 'thq commander of
the cruiser Cleveland. It is understood
the commander has discretionary pow-
ers, enabling him to take measures
for the relief of foreigners If an emer-
gency should develop.
The Swedish minister laid before the
state department disquieting dispatch.
es from the Swedish legation In Mexi-
co City. Conditions there since the re-
entry of the Zapata forces were de-
scribed as deplorable and "ghastly."
The dispatches said that the home of
Gustave Lundholm, a Swedish subject,
had been despoiled by Zapatistas and
that another Swede bad been robbed
In the street. The house of a third
Swedish subject which had been loot-
ed by the Carranza forces was entered
again and money and weapons de-
manded.


WIRE FLASHES. ,
President Sells His Cotton
President Wilson sold a bale of oct-
ton and sent the proceeds to charity
In Oklahoma. During the "buya.bale-
of cotton" movemnet the .president
bought several bales, and one now is
in storage at Bosewell, Okla. H.H.
Conway of Paris, Texas,. offered to buy
it at 10 cents a pound, and the presi-
dent accepted his offer and .directed
that the proceeds be sent to a charity
institution in Oklahoma to be select.
ed by Senators Gore and Owen.
President Weare Shamrock
President Wilson appeared at the
executive omltene St Patrick's Day
wearing a sprig of shamrock and a
green necktie.
South Careill's New Jurist
Washington.-Presideat WilsUa ave
a recese-appointment to Reremeaeta-
tive Joseph T. Johneon so Spartsaburg,
8. C.. au United State district Judge
for the wesaerM district ao South Cao.
olan l oe district wes r~pte# dur.
ing th o*uli daM as the ha ea"
,|f A New -
Two )purs after nesgngAa d
rector r the ce4ass. W $Mla *yA
rim was sweiaw ae iembfr 4-
sew -le titde ag- Mols a
oath yes adlzlatered by Cbilt
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U. S. ANGERED WITH BRISH
ENGLISH PERSISTENCE IN KEEP.
ING EMBARGO ON GERMAN
TRADE VEXATIOUS
President Wilson And Senator Hoke
Smith Confer And Agree Engsth
Method Is High-Handed


Washington.-Great Britain's order-
In-council explaining her embargo on
all commerce between Germany and
neutral countries was received with
such evident disappointment by high
officials of the United States govern-
ment that a strong protest against its
terms was considered in official quar-
ters as certain to be made soon.
Senator Hoke Smith, who saw Preg
dent Wilson, said aftewards th the
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haded and utterly Iatolerabl" '
The arrival of the British older, to-
gether with news of the flat rejection
by Great Britain and her allies of the
informal proposals of the .Uslted
StatBe for the abandonment by Ger-
many of her submarine warfare If
inland permitted foodstuffs to go to
the elvilian population of enemy coun-
tries, destroyed the hopes of President
WUion and his advisers for the early
improvement of conditions for the neu-
tral commerce of the world.
CALLS SYSTEM CRUEL
Texas Governor Denounces Southern
Farming Methods As
Inadequate
Dallas.-Fundamental changes in
land laws and the establishment of a
more liberal credit system was urged
as of primary Importance It the condi-
tion of the American tenant farmer is
to be improved, at the opening session
here of a hearing before the federal
commission on Industrial relations.
Gov. James E. Ferguson of Texas
declared that the greatest need of the
small farmer Is capital with which to
Improve uncultivated lands. He sug-
gested a system by which tenants
would be allowed twenty year, within
which to pay for farm homes.
Governor Ferguson described in.
stances of personal observations of
prtvationa suffered by tenants. Frank
P. Walsh, chairman of the onemis-
slon, asked the governor: "What
chance, ha a tenant In your county
(Bell) to become a home-owner"l'
"Not one in fifty," he replied.
Governor Ferguson criticized the
systealln southern farniag communi.
ties whGreby land tenants give small
lona mnrehants chattel mortgage on
crpMN for advances for food and sup-
plep. He asserted In many cases the
maef ant charged exorbitant profits
on these qupplee. He added:
"But the tenant cannot ohseet to
th" prineS He caAnot buy ay place
else. et has to accept or.tarve,
1idrlseen ueends Order .
Washicton.-Petmaater Oeeral
Barlsaam has s8sen9e0 a ae~eer re-
tduag the number o ratIw M all
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RETORT MUST HAVE STUNG
Effective Rebuke If Recipient Had Not
A Hide as Thick as a
Hippopotamus.
One may be excused for feeling a
little joy when the man who goes out
of his way to make a rude remark in
order to display his wit receives a re-
buke that is as courteous as it is at
the same time effective.
The retort given by a certain. learned
scientist must have been considerably
more amusing to the onlookers than it
was to the learned gentleman's att-
tagonist.
It happened at dinner that one of
the guests began to deride philelphy,
and went on rudely to express the
opinion that philosopher was lt an.
other way of spelling fool.
"What is year opinion, prefeemr'"
he asked. "Is there muekb gaW b
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"You must eat something, Waldo,"
she said, "so you will grow to be a u~nv, ii t
great, big, strong man."
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iiceinan,"-the youngster said, making
no move to attack his meal-Indlian-
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^*ao of them will submit too.bit t1 3am. It Wat' probable that I hIall
atl'er them re te a sMeone. Ths dark. a rye aga. I sall ut Therday
Weyd *lth was distiauetly an sgep. for Snlgapore." He reached Into a
t Uo to the Isse aI noe lfght pocket. L"I wonder U you would con
hare mlsed hbi wrist and jabbed he ider itt a AImpertlneceIf I 1 offered
In ha thratL H oe swer, and walked you this. old trinket?" He held out
O down the street. the manadarlsts ring.
SEa set a pace which Martha, with "What a beauty" she exclaimed.
A behr wabballnmg a found dimni to "Of urse Ill accept It. It very
j matattL. -badi e yo. I am Inordinately feud of
"Tou mnght have killed hIal"n a sch tmling. Thank you. Bow aelly
etled breathlessly. It alps over 9 y Inger"
"Toom ealt kill that kind of a man 0Chinmamen have mry leader an.
with a hatplan; you have to stamp a et" he explaIed. "0oodby. Those
"I' ,,, lh ",i C1 i ts beaht Butt I rather believe it wil M harste say. 'Good lush and pro .
... I eso m m befre Mr. Cipig 0r pAty.'"
r r afagain makes a the mistakes of I u flte N xpressedm dIea of wals to
a omaesn ecaee ashe appMear to bemet agati juietl editWiay m*Weyay
SYSOW, WW 1a Bwagtatstrie that made *oh- dfteseless." Ela'sa whl was la the farewell; and ^e lUed blhm all the
';. -- oaaW1 e a1Qade t0a h Wa bility air The alhoanl assatlo. In her better fr bhis apparent lak of satl-
it. to an --brel W0a0 theN Rthreat began to subside. "T tw mew t W L
% & SraJt"'t t sp se whaa *Iat a( the pa er g know what baopease ooby." she saild. She wioed, tor
*r, bhe W on the boat to Mandalay. H e us his hand was rough.palmed ad troea.
wl rer uii t.eaad td It plausible and affable and good look A little later hAe s'aw bi poas
She loved to s-rowl '1 tledigh tiyhe l, and the mistake was mian. I down the e He never t d Oad
etrifagteiatrestadMlllea4ndstreage eeldou-make them. I kept quiet be- looked bau.
SS a 't w J y t 1 M Me about cause the boat was ful up, and a a "Ain why." asked Martha. id do
Sinus the r itatin laoaortutlte of tale I hate sces. Men e- that -at tot the man that we eall n the
S5 a Oar* guide or attnt It was great fun. know It If I had complained he would same shlp?".
wE2 rS but It was not always we. Then have danel his aetieop, Inferred that "You're a sImpleton,. lartha." W en
owrsa were m astuatl ops which only men I was evil-anladd. Heavens, I know turned th er rong d and round on
le row e ea could useoastlly haadla. Bs would the breed NQw not a iglgle werd of he ar ager. "If I had told him, he
'- ** t m ever cafs itt bth a tod bees this to anyone. M Cr* to I fh 1 wOMld have coeletd he saliag and
CHAPFTRt VI. awkw m*'omaltew n, ba i an ea will be the last perses to speak of it." taken another boat.
the M R.N et* ruae, he had bltheiry taken "o had better put the pin- ck --
toN uthe Nuet Remst. toi he ls. n". Into hat," suggested Martha. CHAnPTEl VIL
-i-N?- WUrr iNsg o wh ., ed the. -In2-l r o -wt drill, her wide., WI bA f (otonat t IV
wd. s It he fared the world Mght white pith helt, aes presented a o to ilto the street. CenfIdenwes.
her the dly mene o his oe charming platur. The eerlse ha nce they turned Into Merchant That night Martha wrote a letter.
lir my1ag laetd iR fAhie) heart as gives thr a tr s a bit of color, and street, bot felt the tehaleson reax. Ma. During the writing of it she jumped
Sase leass p ,l pinse kidlis be eyes sparkled and ashed Ihe thb would ave liked to sit down, even at every sound; a footatap In the hall,
The week young man gt to bHi ratidrops. This morani ng had on the our.., the shutting of a door, a voice calling
kees, athen to his feet. He steadied takes Martha along merely to still her "I desplase ea," sh volunteer. In the stimt And yet, Martha was
todula By cau-tc ba the o a pret i -1 beginningg to believe that few guity of Performing only what she
Lr. t oneland he felt of It'sall right so alg as we keep to of them a worth a thought Thsconsidered tobe erbounden duty.
throat tenderly. the mim street Nld the hami whod a t oolsd a.e ... r Artur.. I do it
"e to kill-nme the Iblack- Mart but I sot like the l r tu
gasd" he relaked, of reanlg about In the native q Areg sur d tog"MaiTs How rew bIthe met .unheard of thn. He Is
/Crgg. yol ,ag te-, a m tal-. This isr' not Uk. *r'. has rld.i onthf atohan ? of w telbemoetuh dorffuo ee d


ls -tt o. at eN.es r, rtl..r tatbeleanof de r Crg1 l down to t ie b rndro. I doand h wer
t eertaghes etnf yo withoutma- hotel manag I siwee kouh ...avet can oar..th.at i rhis ber lorTh allthed. r-
Ir in t typhed ewe Al d whoig "ecasmewenavo la I TM. t. ..e-hatCrsft "h tea. oWhoe epca* he tt boat tow_ ,
b migy Ibhlt wat mhse gedas *as iloo61ngou19t fIlorbinderent.l that st all. This night. It wsIke a hand cltch atMY
pon .ywt l I osld -world is ,, on.. De1"a0, what fs the matter *U '. aI thter all she bll eoe to isre. poaW



Is. lt was.'s with everybody? no tiak the went you to be wh us. 1111memabr It ai mort ln thavt ae Seesn one In th~a
-*y p e s out- wrn a word of this eefla&ar."st a tagwho Salls nselwrpnofhiom.
Wi-W--"-hS li-e"and bask a. dally ooreoaI sa Asia. I" been afraid of Warilusto ahm of a an they'll be together fr four or flive i.,
'nerewnws tsh s bIhre our moth, d theon'"ly die Ofs t .dwo. a .ped ote.. I dn'tl"ik t
B hnai een tbh.hardeWat ab with saMa w-t I baT %nows was Wa It sh dide d forbidYou to follow'
bt b ln hi As seda caused by whiike man.! aedIt doesn'te1, do either of us ay oTem are some promises womenelie *men

looe etnos htwe a" utiny@L"that isothe a s thing I wa s do Neither of as a the ihtest d
00t14541106thgis toit 'ithAt ftr- uH ves himselS lke a g10.0109"
N' -g~H~fc g~j y *-I-Em luuimi used.; D atlebihed 11ae1 1he had ntn aa s he muit have been one In te past.
&4 issd rally We ime dhanags But be has never spokenf hishome

rhI*,** art o- 401 ONI- -i < nd11a1 pou We*o a' stHiae that Somethig 1
.rifi Mn r abet 43Awas ;end weewV ot,sdWo *baW.aIy relO-


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T R Ilah Wsw metist vlllnsoa
Tahis sea is esphead to b* c$-
Used Don t eot hia le yeu. ead.
Go o; d 'teo." .
SIriW mp atroitof them, emi-
tOgwa*sh leed mnt. "Thi% et
am* b o *
tempted to pass.
-/'1 Mewmr Ii6et d" re
ied lse, Br a ,90ilen to barn
d.angenro s'Wlou tand o asde"l
*k Heh a lwajne about He
awp jia eida that moat hut
IM'Sgma roved to with a uMtd
ablof dealer. Il stories Warrngt*a
woIa have appeared about this tim
and souda trme"- this impudet
soomrel. She nan that ahe must
"ettle tht aaifr ae m wa n


toda miiA A lmii s em%

Yl 10"t'3 patfle. c W.*
de an S aw Ulnf w thbret an
Marth Md asbher hbaittlngas a 14
be satmost tok ve r emils o
wc as air o f q7ouae.
*I shoulhe qe It tomativyt," Eisa-
dlaiad. tON s eot ohace. It was
pluk ae fwe-t, Mun who pos-
ees these two 'Ittrlbe get about
vppythlng worthbavln"
here are ean ptoan." stuadyiA the
ferrte f i i e ft
"Ia thWm reed anyth rs yous wat
Mew ad can't haIe '
Marth looed gt er ohrge tIn
dread and woader.
"Ther to the thobp," e beaasedr
"I bev5 alays wasted that. Bt there
It ha=.. Jont ,far out or aech as

Blm's eurlosity today was Meenly
ali. she wao tod a a tho nd
oestions, but the ene with whM the
man wore his new oUto uas hi
voice and eye an hqdsd, convlmed
her more then ever that the street
gP .os ek- *fght dh wey not
girhmIansoygon.f-sLd. TOtMhe
hnoe hm be |Ua( of own
aUlalt fike fif-- cI "out II


Z* e-. .,e
Th da ewBittl ARiE wa rliasend
werm l, le, its a ine e, sdedoo
mer other'seImpenetrable
aM. Ieat M lwta IMate *Is thet
Sadesabis creates e taono. and I wer-
botn, X weI w e ab" her. I be-
that It weuld be wilee Yr part
to ieet u Is n -iraaio. lavemy



warm BlseU lna ha4rt o0ot. .eek
of the tendera watchling.th paelgerN
O twthy eae aoiard. .A la tourt
party btled &out.nsmm oted among
thbe hats of lu ae aAd ehted
quatesom at their unhappy eoductor.
S oa Hosawile tndtg In the
bow. A steamner trunk. it-1be, a bed-
dwn-bg. and the Iovltable parrot
cao, epne at. his aftst Ha w
vathitng withoutrt ie or mcite
ment the stream passing up aid 4own
the agpbenV If his master cama
very al; If he did adt, he would et
off with the lugale How she would
have liked to quest on hia regard
mh BMtert Els bI ad to offer p.
cuse for ber Intereet In Warringtow.
He wsq the ioomU p)t of Arthur WI.
on. Hme had m he bis 6rtune.in
odd. He we a y Mtery. Why 1houlda0
ohe I teres"t her? Her mintd was not
h14 nor was her heart a stone, the
pted him. alwayJ wonderng what
y bek oa It all. She would be In
1111111if%1t that their paths would
wen memom Wloitn the future.
sMW ewason 1ge l abot him.
cM Is e'q(y Wa. be would
-uhewStWsh loved'bib



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rj w s I e by
state seAwom eam b4*
" hs bas b tbaiUWd a c-s~fIsa
sma yes and wishba seve bfba
m. Never have they pubUddl a
te oala r nwed a letter without the
written onuemtot the writersad V
hb the Companyr r wd th esead-
dotal ttes to ot oeutn d thr pee-
l Im, -d thehr edi o f thoMn
oftheIntheirMflewill0att14t1

W**ya I to dmhw from, tn
tha p=1os that they poses the very
knowledIr B d to your cas. Noth-
latI asked In vetoron xctt year
will, and their advice ha elplt
hold be lad to take dvantago e
Iemrosoffer of asistnci Adress
Lyf IL Plkham Medilide Co., (coo.

Uvesy woman ofght to ban
T W o It is tnoa b for
eneraI distrotbutlo, a It s to
*peuRlvt. It I ftree and only
obdalabl ely Mll. WL t for
It today. ..I
Too Relltio.
"Naval warfare In our neighborhood
is getting to be exceedingly danger-
"Did you say 'naval warfare?'" *
"Yea. A youngster playing subma-
rite torpedoed a baby carrluae-battle-
ship and spilled an infant out on the
pavement. "

FACE BATHING WITH


ESpeclally when proeed-d by Ile
toache of Cutloura Ointment to red,
rough. Itching and plngl surdase.
Nothing better for the ai sealp,
"Ifr and band than tael Wiper.
eaay emnolUllta. -Wy W look your
bet a to yo har and s"I?
ample oah free by madl with Boo
Add-. pastoard, OCulcW, pft XT,

Thee who wait tfr dead eM's
shoes are likely to a tre many stae
briples.-Albany JoirnaL <

New Treatment ir.
Crowe and Cels

R...e 14 hlasi Dtl asn A" -.

iilty of ftesh airI the bea"mm Md a.
pood plioM of VIAi "-ap.OaMt
live ovr the throat ad eht s the bt
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air nes and soothe the I mise n .
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CRYSTAL RIWRV NWS

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.

R. L. PARIC, Editor
sateials the ?uoses, Ore7l alver
aeda aseU oI am df l m tUe rO Maruh
mr..
SUBBORIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR.
ADVBRTIINGiO KATU:
Tramnes edvri.tsaM e Is iut c u
sMnh eaMh ti*rtloaby the month. 10 beu
or lasonh eeb imrulon. pelaal rtt will
Its a v long way t wi to onrystal River




feIts a long Way to go; oa.
OIts a l long way to rystal River,
To the best bass hole I uknow.r
etoodk. owoTr, Shot the Osbilther oi tbh
tUwS will not be rspnsbie for osaisnat
Then its d e old Nashndville

They Get Here, Just The Same
Its a long way to Orystal River,
Its a long way to go;
Its a long way to Crystal River,
To the best bass hole I know.
Then its good bye old Nashville
Its farewell wantery air;
Its a long, long way to Orystal
River,
But the big fish bite there.
Nashville Fisherman.


Mexico may soon be in a frame
of mind to welcome visitors.

Haste makes some people waste
a lot of other people's time.

But silence would improve
some people's conversation.

Gen. Carranua will now have his
chance to tell it to the marines.

Hatred is often the result of
knowing but one side of a person.


In the spring the young man's
fancy finds it hard to concentrate.

From its mushiness one begins
to suspect that March is in love.

e mantle of eOf WAj covers r
lot of amateur theatrical per.
formances.

The less a man thinks of his
neighbor the more he admires
himself.

In times of slack business New
York lawyers can always depend
upon Thaw.

After a lively race for a hus.
band many an heiress marries a
run-down nobleman.

About the time an actress re-
covers from one attack of matri.
mony she has another. '

Explanations are easy for the
garrulous Oarransa. He should
be required to effect reforms.

Veteran housewives should be
of valuable assistance in the po-
litical spring cleaning of Chicago.

Acts of the state Department
cannot be referred to a regular
referendum, but then there is
the ohatauqua.

Start the hoe When the weeds
start, and don't let them put in
any more time growing, than
you put in hoeing.

Wealth has its penalties. You
never hear of a poor man spend.
ing money for dyspepsia tablets.

Industry.is about to mobilize
the army of unemployed and at-
tack the intrenchments of Gen.
Dull Times. ,

It requires a bale of eottoU to.
make the smokeless powder for
one shot from a ffteen ieh bun,
but probabli the south would
prerb to sell cotton cheaper to
uake gingham aprons f pretty


ON TO MIAMI
R. J. Holly, editor of the San.
ford Herald, and also president
of the Florida Press Association
has been booming up an attend.
ance to the annual meeting of
the Association which met in
Miami last Wednesday.
We know the boys had a jolly
good time, and only wish our
subscribers had made it possible
for us to attend.
Here is a copy of the card,
which President Holley sent to
all the scribes:
MIAMI Foa MIm"
"Sanford, Florida, March 20,
1916. "Dear Brother-Next
Wednesday, March 24th, the
exodus of Florida newspaper
men starts for Miami to attend
the meeting of the Florida Press
Association. This will be a real
business session and after "80"
has sounded the good people of
Miami will entertain the "boys"
and "girls" and show them the
time of their lives. Dump your
cares in the "hell box" and
go.9"


Fraternally yours,
R. J. HOLLY,
"President Florida Press Asso-
ciation."
No U1s to Try amd Wear St Tor cold
It Will Wear To 0oat Instead
Thousands keep on suffering
Coughts and Colds through neglect
and delay. Why make yourself an
easy prey to serious ailments and
epidemics as the result of a neglect-
ed Cold? Coughs and Colds sap your
strenght anb vitality unless cheated
in the early stages. Dr. King's New
Discovery is what you need-the
first dose helps. your head clears up
you breath freely and you feel so
much better. Buy a bottle to-day
and start taking at once.

Send your printing to the
News office, and get the "Quali-
yT ind."


THE CHURCHES


J. A. H. Gionw, Pastor.
Preaching service 1st and 8rd
Sunday at 11 a. m. 'and 7 p. m.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
W. B. Holder, S. S. Supt.
hNmssG OrUN M N. L Chourh

H. P. Bocirn, Pastor.
Homosassa, 2nd. and 8rd. Sun.
days.
Crystal River, 2nd. and 4th.,
Sunday.
Lecanto 1st. Sunday night.
Citronelle 2nd. Sunday after.
noon.
Red Level 1st. Sunday morn.
ing.
Hall's Sehool Homn 4th. Sun-
day afternoon.


Edward Walter Bamar ton,Pb.
D., Pastor. Preahing every
Sunday morning t0U o'clock,
and evening at To'dlok. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at
7:80o.clock and choir practice
Friday evening at 7:80 o'clock.
Sabbath Schbool at 10 a.m.


SOUTHERN INVEMITo~8
The following patents were
jest issued to Southern Olients
reported by D. SWIFT & CO.,
Patent Lawyers, Washington, D.
0., who will furnish copies of
any patent for ten cents apiece
to our readers.
Florida.-Thos. F. Graham,
Tampa, clothes display rack.
Alabama.-Walter W. Black.
man, Birmingham, Toy motion
picture machine.
Georgia.-Chas. T. Bullock,
Wipterville, Stop mechanism fr
presses; Chas. W. McOlure, At-
lanta, Garment.

Deafness Cannot Be Cured
b? loal applications, a they cannot reach
Ith* de* portion of the ear. There Is
oyir oe way to oure deatnem. and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deaftn.s, IN
cauhd by an inflamed condition of the mu
cota tiring of the Nuatachlan Tube. When
this tube i Inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when It In
entirely clo4e. DeafnesM is the result, and
unMin the tnftammatlon can be taken out
anlid this tube restored to Its normal condi-
tieson. hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
esa out of ton are caused by Catarrh,
which Is iothiang but an inflamed condition
of the mucose surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
oeas of Deatfnas (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be oured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
uend for circular*, free.
F. J. CHPNTY o CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Iold by IDrultuis Io.
Tke Hall's Family Pills for constlpation


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
To Sell Minors Land in Court of
County Judge, Citrus ountv
Florida-In Re Estate of Mary
Virginia John Hyman, Louis
Covacevich, Charlotte Elizabeth
and Minerva Patton Williams
Minors,
Nottee Is hereby given; To all
whom it nmy 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 28th
day of March, A. D. 1915, apply tc
the Honorable George 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 soon thereafter as theo mat-
ter can be heard, for authority to
sell at public or private sale the in-
terest of said minors in and to the
following described real-estate situ.
ated in this County, vis:
Lot Ninety-three (96) and that
part of Lot Ninety-two (9n) lying in
the Sylvan Glen addition of Crystal
iver said Bart of lot 9 being des-


at the north-east corner of lot 92,
running south along the eastern
margin a24 1- feet to point of beginn-
ing, thence south 117 1-2 feet, thence
west to river, thence north along
the bank of river 117 1-2, thence
east 800 feet to point of beginning.
Which application will be based
upon the petition for such sale now
on file in said Court.
MINanvA HYMAN WILLIAMS.
Guardian.


SWood's Productive

Seed Corns.
We offer all the best prise-win-
alg sand profit-mking varieties.
The hih price at which corn is
selln soldencourage increased
acrgeae ad the plating of im-
proved vrietis of seed orn every.-
Weed's Deealptive Caatlog
vos fll descriptions and Informs-
taon bout all the best and most im-
proved varieties, telling what to
plant to make largest and most
profitable crops.
We ar also headquarters for
Millets, Sorghum,
Cow Peas Soja Beans,
Sudan & Rhodes Grass,
sad all Seasouable Seeds.
Write for Catalog and prices of
a seds required.
T.W. WOOD SONS
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GEO. J. BLITOH. Press. W. H. MoRAINEY, V-Pr.
SD. E.AIVER, V-Pres. D. 0. STILES, Oashier

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JACKSONVILLE, PLA.
does not need to embellish its
claims with high-sounding ad-
jectives. The Draubpn Colleges,
located in eighteen states, are in-
dorsed by MORE BANKERS
than all other business colleges in
the United States. Individual los
struction; no entrance exanina-
iton; positions guaranteed under
reasonable conditions. Catalog
FREE. We also teach ll7Mail
ALVIN H. JAMES,
Manager.


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EASTER SPECIALS I


But a short time remains in which to secure
your EASTER HAT. Our trade has been
very heavy up to date, for nearly everybody
has wanted that new hat for Easter, but we
still have a few especially attractive Easter
offerings left-.-so attractive, in fact, that
there will not be an "Easter Special" left in,
our store after April 4.
Even at the eleventh hour you can get some
wonderful Easter values.

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Sunday week is Easter.
OrystIa River Realty Co.
Every body pull for a clean
town.
Harry Feinburg spent Sunday.
in Dunnellon. \
Get all your old tin cana ready
to be hauled off.
One more week in which to
finish cleaning up.
Orystal River Realty Co.
W. H. Warnock of Inverness,
was in the city yesterday.
L. S. Sparkman spent a few
days in Lakeland this week.
Geo. Priest of Red Level, was
a visitor to the city, Monday.
W. H. Warner of Albin,
Mich., was the guest of Mr. M.
H. Baum this week.
Mr. B. B. Baum ofOocala, visit-
ed his brother Mr. M. H. Baum
. this week.
Complete line of Easter Dry
Goods, ,Orepes, Flaxons, Laces
and Embroideries.
at H. W. Edwards & Co.
G. J. Boswoll, Geo. W. Scho-
field and H. J. Dame of Inver-
ness, were in the city yesterday.
Judge Geo. W. DeMuro, Dr.
A. ef es~ aOd Mr.G. 1.
8i-"ton wei n brhe I frot"

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Don't wait for the health ofil.
cer to tell you to clean your
premises.
Editor Butler of the Citrus
county 0hronlele, was in town
Monday.
A fishing pirty from Crystal
went over to Shell Island Fri-
day. The party was composed
of Misses Lorna Beaglep, Annie
Lancaster, 'thelIm Hadsock and
Miss arvis; M3ssers Harry Fein.
berg, Sarvis apd Overstreet.
Hal Edwards went over to
Ocala last Sqnday.
Crystal River Realty Co.
W. M. Everett of Red Level,
was in this city Tuesday morn-
ing.
Miss.Alioe Bowman and broth-
er Hugh, of Fairmount, were in
here Sund.y and attended the
services at hJe tent.
Robert prbb, the young as-
sistant at the depot, has been
discharged from the Hospital at
Waycrosi, bnd is now visiting
his grandmother in Georgia.
His many friends here are de-
lighted tq abar of his recovery.
Don't- 0ret that Feinberg
has a line of Easter Hats.
Irs. jL Cook and little
1,. AuMived here from
to make this their
rthabee here


F J. H. M d- Mr. R Hough of Red Level
no' it ease e t"3ed p11te10d0 t'hlere on route to
byMr.J. Rodgesas-is Gainesvllle Wednesdar.
bpeein. Mrs. oren ext week. L R ough of itronelle
SCrys lver Ralty Co. was iig her sister Mrs. S.
Mrs. 'MWs. Juhas of "ls, C. HouB Saturdpy and Sunday.
spent several days this weK op .Ilaie You can ind just the
guest ot(M m. H. Baum. kind. 4l ht waist you want 1t
J. E. Brown of OielU,. was In ni a u o h
this city Sunday. Miaw1una ie Guynn who has
his sa u Logan Hough of Bed vel, Blanton, turned to her home
was among theaturday visitor. In eeado, Monday.
/The beamiid face of County The friends of Mr. Frank Wil.
Commisoner J. J. WilliamU of son will be palued to learn that
Homofwssa, was se. ON our he has been down sick since he
it'eets Friday. reached his home in New TYok.
CUA"It MAin NB SA1a His father who was very low,
.a estsONswueorlarge die
ft as a esl C' er W e died.
wretom jeNr waets. UseugsW.nuus,
iIv staer, a.- Mens aad boys Baster Hats at
M. J. B. cutler was a visitor right prices a) ..-W. E dwads,
to Duaellon, Sunday 600.
ST.B.awls of Dunellon was Mrs. Freeze, after a pleasant
ifsiiag with his riands here visit to Mrs. 8teeley, left Mon.-
riday. day for her hpme in Inverness.
G. ~.stin .,ln4 ." W, The be lal -fa n par putting
SMtie la 4(ugbhter, who have i all their se thi Wang.
bnee winter here. D. J. Turner of Red Level,
home in Oxford, was a business visitor here Mon-
A "day.
rtve*es, Im4 dimstratios oNoris flno
thl c r Mooda, "andies at Traveru Ice Gream
Ocses in JTustape Parlor tomorrow. Everybody
invited to come and sample this
nm o of deliious csndy.
w i Interno iMrs. H. B. Olarkson and young
s',tie pSatardaI. on, tBarry, of Ocala, wee the
dppe week ead gueste of Mrs. JT B.

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Dr, T. S. Henley.of Inverness,
was mingling pleasure and busi-
ness here Thursday.
Mr. Chase, wlo has been spend-
ing the winter in. Inverness the
guest of the Orange Hotel, was
a pleasant visitor here Thursday.
He and his daughter, Miss Abbie
will leave today for their home
in the North.


W. M. Giddins of Invernss,
was among the business visitors
here this week.
Fletchir Mosrison,/Supt. ofthe
Inverness Power Company, was
transacting business here Thur..
day.
Bub King of Dunnellon and
R. L. Aiderson of Ocala were in
town on business Thursday.
Just received a large shipment
of ladies shirt waists. Be sure
and see them.
"Feinbergs"
The grip has a pretty good hold
on the majority of our citizens.
Hon J. E. Stevens, J. K. Eu.
banks, Herman Miller, Q. Hay
and Jas. Freeman motored over
to Inverness Wednesday. .
Senator H. J Drane of Lake-
land, was a distinguished visitor
to-our city on Wednesday.
Mr. LaGrange Sistrunk of
Ocala, motored over to our city
Tuesday.
A. D. Potter, H. F. Sirmons
and Robert Kinsey, of Inverness,
were visitors here the latter part
of last week.
Attention is called to the
change in the advertisement of
the Crystal River Drug Compa-
ny.
EASTER Eoo HUNT
On Monday after Xaster, Apr.
5th., at 4. p. m. in Picnic Grove.

please bring, or ead some eggs.
Mrs. Douglas Smith.
Mrs. Paul Boellert.
Dr. and Mrs. Acton and son,
Herbert, after spending a pleas-
ant winter at their beautiful
winter home, "The Rock," have
returned to Oxford, Alp. They
hayp a large circle of friends
here who look forward, with a
great deal of pleasure, to their
return next winter.

Carter Venierie


Practical Shoe
Repairer


All Work Guaranteed
Prices Reasonable
ShA Giu Ave, N Dmun SMo



fresh Groceries
are uehly dermired


Besides giving you he alox-
est prices on Flour, Meat,
Lard, 1ugar, Butter, igg,
Rice, Grits, Meal, Etc., we'
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SEE OUR LADIES' HATS BEfORE YOU BUY.

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tu hyProfitableSesasiaAt IS
A Si.m h CHARTER CHANGES Onur.. The :49.00 Imams
____ sheriffs' Assoclate watealed to ora.
Mg 1 Lie rSe Tm rammdI WIIlcem dTe Te dw t ao'veaalok in the G lnlt Don't L a D s W ]Lfamsi l1
court room at the cours t by Cotiptedg Tak "Do Vse LUiver '' .

Trteel tsa ut LaanrCortaLailtIN of a d ol o-- iv a president A& uh, eftr tha r df Dvllge

tsa isa a e"ADVOCATES evUllUe IAre. The te-st e sa be
imn i ea isd he iM n* In Accordance With Plan To State utes were approve as reed, telvag om a aeFM lag Ib*upl ye w l waka 9,.,
SdIs ",t ado ~ 61h Ifr Public Statement a delegate toA theo utat, SheMrl' Aso. Cle l s UcUr 7oW gleIs l hedash ad lsimwamd gne. jew'
amnd ha hue mdsIes s aociatton wee preildad for. T1e -. whIoe causes neross oe the rels. soma wil b set d ea wo l
*Saree e. I Tallahassee.-Followinl up his an. tional assocatlon .eets thi. ear in daale lro h 55laU It a Ile me l ( o
I ye das ea happe a h nounced Intention to make public rom San sF A wrA.. rd nof thtawflneag at
Tose1tmettdnubof rn )et were: A. 0on of el that u naus a mp. e .
$1do O let hoWeI time totkng ae n uaer tha the ro- T.e T. C. th o 9 tlae. J. WP. with o aa b 0
--' *. PU.mw5lWbeb ps mendatowns which he pirates to sub- perr of a tlulbi JA f. T. C n If etyou want toe e the sWeulaes *t oti In tlhrd O
Way. Olne haDe i eluwaeo ye. mAit to the legislature, which convenes De8ote, I. Steth of Volustl, .h tiat liver and bowl eleeia yof vuISot asatir-alwe ihr14oearnd chi ld
INK PERUNA COMPANY, In Ardli, Governor Trammelt states c arter of ftrs -A. MoJrrieson o oFWra. hre odeaondJst ae 4 ti~ t tl .. .o .
-Cm that he will make recoinmeandatioU kulla, W. H. .lIde of SuwanTe, W. D. of uhraesd Dodea'e iveris Te. o tLida 0 e ateggMle tMf Doat nsl.
i`upon the following subjects: Dowldo forO 5, in It io tew du-is cte de st. y are t v* To e hlt f- d ".tly a' .-
SAuthoriz e iteoo ao Charters a JP, C. bottle of ]Debo S Linvet TOSm d e *me meW. T u ru o tei ial t o
1111 c"Wanted to Quit. the"Much of the time of ear h session J. Perry of St. Johnse D. P. Stwdy my perso mone-bk umlatw that te alode 18 8amoe
New Ro arut--Exouse me. sir. I'm of the legislature is consumed in the of Pasco, J. H. P rken of Taylor, O. that snea soofus will aleao yr r stopped estirly he a'-
rather "fed up" with this job. consideration of city charter meas- Boott Gregory of Gadaden, A. D. Stan- Is oso.*v ge* ALL THE PROOF NECESSARY
should like to give a week's notice.' ures. To relieve the legislature of ton of Madison, P. P. Tippole of cm, The returned hero wal reo ved
La0don Opinion, thit work, and in order that the upe i P. Whltehir t of Pnell as, W. P. with open arms. tSy Man Mus Have Seen et "T
pie of the towns and cities may have Spencer of H llsboro. A. T. Coleman Society Go ked to hm In swarms ve Tai He WA Oed
WONDERFUL HOW RESINOL authority to make their own charters of Sumter, L. H. Ingram of Osceola, and dro ves and mobs. io o er's natir.
ONt U elv a g slEIO and alter same, as desired locally, a H. A. Bowlee of J packso, J. L. Fore- They made a lion of him.
STOPS ITCHING AT ONCE constituonal amendment removing hand of Liberty, J. P. Galoway of' And the It was the ti or ,i the t
S- this authority from the legislature and Marion. Chief of Police J. A. Easter He made a monkey of bhiself. y o fe 5glekho h Me1
To tose whs have endured for years vesting it in the towns and cltes of St. Petersburg. where you help y arself and rt *
the Itehing torments of eczema or other should be submitted. Lee Loverinlg of the national asso- Flhest Chmnistry. ohale ad use the arm o the obab' a
such sklne ruptlon, the relief that the "There han been in recent years a elation took a prominent prt in the There is no Iner chemistry than a table. A thed feeder sr abbed a
trust use of resinol ointment and rem- great improvement in nearly all the meetings and entertained the members that by which the element of suffer s of e ad oppd ut a chair,
aol soeap ives is perfectly Incredible. counties in regard to the system of at dinner. Ing Is so compouadbd with spiritual Tha he red he ndd ef.
After all the suffer i they have keeping the public accounts, but in Sheriff Dowling of Duval was *. forces that it nbel to the world oan T* he.d ever I t MMiess
endured and all the useless treatments order that this may be perfected I elected preldent gentleness and streagth--Georg 8. counter. When he retdnaed with bi
they spent good money for, they can- recommend that a uniform system of Mesars. Smyth, aloway and Stan- Merriam. coee his os was o opled by an.
net believe anything so simple, mild public accounting In the county of: ton were elected vlyie prealdant. othe Tom7yap 11a8gr.-
and olezpensive can stop the Itching fees be established by providing for J. P. 8. Houston was rejected see- Their Rsliane. oth e me," id the tt an,
sad burninl INSTANTL"Y And otey the state comptroller and the state rotary-treasuror. "How do they feed the bor i all '.et t at i as my othe r,.
find It still more wonderful that the auditor to proscribe and enforce the Th' next meeting will be held at these armies?" .. "How do y.. ko l, '"
haprovement is permanent and that use of uniform books and blanks, and Tampa on Wednesday after the first "Oh, they always have a bit to ehrt ,demasaed the eesnpt .
realol really drives away the erup- also authorzingl them to require the Monday in March, 1916. spare to put in the horse's mouth." srly teas -
htion completely in a very short time. system prescribed to be used by every e "Benuaa I crn r ive it,'A tateP O E S ll -
Perhaps there is a pleasant surprise county official whose duty included ROTARIANS VISIT Time and the Wema -t mn.. ; .
like this in store for you. Resinol glat- the keeping of any part of the public Ptella-Do you believe In long a- .a o n yu groet It?" aiked tnhe
meat and resnol soap are sold by all accounts. Tampa Rotary Club ntertalned The gagemeta?
drFggLsts.-Adv. A Marketing Bureau Retariass Of The City Of Btl--Well, they are better tha ,By your *rgsO" was the.W epa.
Q u ite DfInt," Produce of all kinds can be pro- .." Jackson vlle long marriages I. lgf ahm sIythll I ~ t.h" ,
"What did the old skinlint leave wonderfully successful in raising good Tampa.-n4orf fvtye RtarJiP a had its Unetalrteii
behind him when he died?" crops. The serious question, how- the time fo tPeir young Ilces here, "Do you bkieve thieves 8 la I th e tuNIn thas
"Everything he had." ever, with our producers is the proper and President Heary B. Hot'waofs e cteo s -t e
marketing and successfully selling hdues to W a str .a w e
Culinary Result. what they raise. With a good mars ed bY a stain e felale. That the reI to li. "r a.-dsm t
"How was it Binks got into sumh kot where fair prices earn be procured fetinde turned out to be boreet at o a
MOM bstew?" .+ +'e-ie -fotr'U Cofpe 5dcapdama*at
"Beca se he cooked hIsl treports."a the lorida farm et o
matter and for the general good of not knoutbt h 1if whnou he was red, d..ea. .-.



It's hard eoouah to keep house if lt bureau to be directed by a eommis- latter lke tedw we -hJo? W ..a .- 1 o;',:

A rnint indto a t mre another r- trep re to oe hr theetabd t the ub meB; thy bta dldlee
ases t lo. Mrs.ec J. d Ie btev t. a Peteroburft Pres le Will Pba On of this great Sp meta llab ald severalm- ,,b uthItli, m y ..
JrementIdeyactone'nems di thdeted, proper ranament would not asly po ox sf t, esatar bot they a fS"" -' I 9 '0
asKideyPialmost vn up on April 20 to decide whheawethoernefua te ory int eh world. Quiros Vld.pag es y d .
ds of ucolerooin oren. Ite then want certaa amendments to the sef-sutann. Char land Saml Cir Compay,
sys tem prescribedtoben.ueedrbyever
eoided spey llnd rsem commissioner. ca0trl.-The Red Mn cld thel i




aw id whenevtefor Y h.en The principal change l ubpuo th osrty eBd eon h ere wiandth the -r




Mont an11e. I have had o09 arultd." ed amendment la In the term of obfeie I lon g ov*e --K &" tha
d eA DiAdsatm-.0a S of the comm ssoners. The amendment apecto of otacersy auto ride ovt T ..T VaO"4 14 1 q ,
AMarrWauIN would give eaCfh coisstoner, elected ret ared big tharbece thon tor










DOA, N 9tVC9 to. eming terms, three yearm. Helgote. The tellowint oecsa waut t .e
ion NCa..BUFMr ALO.N. Other e would be no change in thW e terms O octhA: Great sacheml D. B. Cooan veral ^ '
Sof the present commalssen, the o- t Jacksonvle_ great atr sabao
ru Its. u the propoe dth Of Office B Dando
"Whten those ha pai, is go hoot markings rst second and td cho D
hironh ymr hea, wMhen your -kidy .te voPters, Vo the arsadmeat goes fowt hsP. 0,A. Chmrab t Mt. Peters







sem I ktolplidne secretions through, will be ivthe Aa opportunity Fl tida Red Men Held Annual WigB. ,
tLie rythiOLE on there me. and Lr a Tah dW.dal-
v, made with oil of muostard. Bettern up on April 20 to decide whether they wtrt P. FOl- p o Or
"Hohappo u enghien want certain amendments to the Ch5It Iedottem .; --








aaastard plaster and dees not b. Opptt.Tda 011w. e m f. B. .
"ec nusohe think of epoan' ts r, which have been approved by the oIN1 ....


















Soe.Ns Trou&sso.:-Tu^armr Of the sla'. pr. edd Ne 00t it
S o idney Pills. They cl orsstne.erl f anhort.--The Red Men closed the b
wy n d whenever I have taken The principal change I the pposnthar O a t









ae Dots. MasA s WoA fr.. eaU o lf the ommnssoners The aenmmant Peotlo of offers, auto ride over .'... 1 .< ., *
SN'S would iven each omm soner, eote city and irbue o fo
La tO filled t oingb te thre yairs. Hei tt The fOllowint offcere qadhf"t
I ifItJdIM gO,, BkeeALO. useI There would be no change in the terms elected: Greet sacheR D. 3. C oo
of the present commissioners, the ommi .f Jterksonv.le; great r sag- -
wmnnhsU cuect of the proposed amendment bein toe, ,. H, eecher ofit. Auabout"ildb
of "ondoffice each yearB. The tiue for cow- grahtty ptoIt t"w,
WmtoG iA knssioner iotoubls .iseleo st fth hi r Do le o. r ando grea
be pronoeau amtodmonur to
Whethofsfe wom,.,Itohebgo so anformadeballott used .ICsL a ke amp City; Com pany, ." ln ,
e toe "shar, pains marking first, seond and 'third ohots, wigwamn m..A.' De; .pet gurd of
yclubh house, wherevt, tire 4f, h l1Pth
akp outc s.. Form throg, witL ue the AotnerPllai nl- urgof representavesl B, 11. .. ...the i'
mai. drawsMy out the i ."- -s ..of Tan aa, W. "auls-
thl. "y opalyid WEeT DyCsINED JU OIIP H. K. Mrwltan of J NUAL aeatIN ft
mea, nmad with. ol of mnustard,.Better Att General Refused To Aeo ivanpou P. nity a Or.
thna m.snard plasmtr ad m hde not, b .s- Oge.oiTonR ed Mo,,nolA. nua lWISo.m. 3, V. ,-
almostgivenuponT. Apr ,l,0 ortod cide wh etherthe
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Ipn was sulImpoagt. Seven or dght
ereas vowoe njrd buht oly an
eeiously.
d.e tof the airtext etdrd for the
C" e ha t onl : .ntwo reahed.her oal.
... Mliadilesaso Wee dropped at Cor*.

-" P*.ImIDn~edIU while the saeri
inv.' ason wa n t progress, and read
deant oh the city exhibited more curl-
oeity tha featkr. 'trumpets gave the
signal that all lights must be extin
S Iulabhed as soon as warning was re.
ee ad of the Zeppellu' approach.
Searchigehts were turned on the
S o ds, anti-hirerft tun opened fAre
S an sa aeroplant es ros to. attack the
Germans, but their operations were
hampered by a heavy mist .
Offlelal Report On Raid
Al official commlunsctloa regarding
the raidde lares It arvead only to
eow' hr well the delait arrange-
meatSi wVld we*a out wheo' put to
the test' The statement follows:
"Between 1:1t ant 8 o' loek this
huamp our b Seelaes mated- (ward
the dlieated of Coan.
followings the valley f c She
~o wo *eb, embtelled to return
reaching orl, ot e at Rose
iaf Pthd)m thte there at
be-u e, p S iles fom M
r othu tweo wof atCe

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neeat teahew' OG.oTmnMa t Portt
14d. M0 ~ad eb tortWes.t f tlL
-eo ea"Mr nd Ma tldr" W utty
hmli Uabolo NaOWty told tfe tolow

H h ed een 1y cautov to .eam
eR dilestMon a subjects vtaM the
leson aes ad steam thks II1 I
dt eoko of aAblttm After I
had set bore' th te" the dlor-
abulrW at as i nlag lt S I a-Ute
am pmoal what. eah plased to a
OMe wanUd to b a detor i other
preMaet anottor.'a vTtw. mother
an eldeai o er metmad t another an
entMnr a nurared, ani se os
around the claM, until I reached
Tommy.
"Tommy is a bright, handsome
ounster of sen years, and I was
apeotiag him to want-to be someone
of treat lmpertane, in the world. I
M paeled to fAnd him plainly mash
ombueseds He didn't want to tell
nmo I -amltlon. but fnaily. as." d I
he melht whisper It to me. Mueh in-
terest, I gave him permission, ad
6e trudged up to my desk. Even
there he hesitated.
"'Come, come, Tommy I said.
somewhat impatiently. 'Tell me what
it Is you want to be in life.'
"He raised himself on tljoea, and
slipped one arm about my neck is he
whispered, 'Your-your husband!' "-
The Sunday Maaasin,.

oto Ithers-
smlne carefully *yevary bottle at
CASTORIA.a safeanda smre remedy ora
Infants and children, and ee that It
Bean the

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Chludr Cry for hltue'u Otoiagbu

heked Him O69.
Young ery Prunesa had persistent
ly paid hi atteatidUa to the beautiful
girl la the next treet. ,From her
polit of View they were laout au wel
come qJrent oo0letoga are on Net.
tuae day.
ONae he ahaoau to et her alone
with imaelf at a Cthelktma party.
/ je*tWdown together :
:

gold4hell initial nng given tyo

Cut authe coponnow and mail today


T11 wonderful itiuc ley oe cloes
Apit I 1918. Selid hetoppoo belr e today
with aeaaure from ae-pt d akage of
Ashk AoVef orr Arbues Groead
.Crles, asAd'0 oents ia atamp:or cola.
Get one oa thee beautiful iaitial rinp, with
any letter thai you may-desht placed on the
beaen. it value is remarkable, It le an ab-
soluMely solid gold- al ting (not a washed
or e Moled ring) and we guaraasee it to
ngjeexdcellen wear. If it does a.t, it will bet
cheerfully asexdged at 'ce withotfa queso
doe. You utldnoget a er guarantee
i you paid may timuthe prices
New toedensmisthelo do r e vt .
This eine dogsdtoles m 1s ie10. a eis
is, 0 e he d o t' S ia We t 5. (0


We make this astounding ffer to induce
you to ry one pemad of Arbuckles' Ario or
Arbuckles' Ground Coffee ow--tohaveyo
9mapgrt it, In lavor and aroma, with the o
ys now merve. Lean why more Arbuckles'
Ariosa and Arbuckles' Ground Coff i old
thei ans etlhr fcatagid t'fie.
In over a million American homes, every
morning, a piping hot cup of Arbuckles'
tarts the day. Its tempting el t* aroma
makes keeno the appetite. It In ft d coffee-
so good that it could never be offered at the
price, were it ot for its tremendous sales.
Try it today, and get one of these valuable
initial ring for yourself or for some one in
yar family. Cut out the coupon now. Then
buy one pound of Arbuckle' Arioa (whole
hean) or Arbuck' Ground Coffee cut the
ure foma package, andnd d it oday
thte coupon and 10 in rstanps or no.


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To Club Raisn

Sead the coupon below,
wit oane slgnaire and lMb
ia stsamp or cola, and we

old-shell ridn. This will
be yepup ring. Use it to show
your friends what a rmark-
able offer this l. Get Ae
f the not yu
Arbuesk Ci ) to take
advantage of tbis offer, jut
a you hre. We will mail
eat t your friend diect
the beautiful ring, when you
send us the money and ig-
natures for the five rings.
For doing this yeu will
earn IS signatures free.
When we send you JWr
ring, we will send aspesdal
blank, giving full and dear
instructions as to what you
have to do to get these UI
ignatune free. At the same
time, we will send you our
beautiful new catalog, amow-
ing the wide choice w -
deul giftsp y M
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w t rou want lee the
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"The truth 'outi't to lie ay.
iwher" .

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do you alway Ida my head?
The Count-kAr you hot left-haad.
odf
His uaaoen-Yes. .r -,
T -Count-Then that Is so band
with which ou signal s cheekjo is It
not?-?uek.

Man'i hardcter oan iooatluen be
determined by .ottitng what depart.
meat in the newspaper he reads frst.

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Inmeder to r-wtablish the
depIstqk*pMteWres 815,000 bar
ids 1willemae been pladtielt
'"0at1 ese"" of 351T.04. 'These
S' shll die *mw comved with T
-9Mgl of onlcient *ive
SfDBM ON*STRATI W to be marketed net***on*****.
S* A14T0 has bmn expended
S 'EXQUISITE CANDY la ran of nmery of.
S. farnitore and fixtures.
,-.,mj-u*--.t.-.M+-O-.- m 3', 41.81 hSa been paid into the
Coad di, In order to appreciate how woedeifily S+ rtiesmry on lease and ii.
good tb O aMro. i owEtfesAd up to the closiu /
On lnext Saturday we will eod"ct a 'rWee otfthlis eprt l,e.oo was on
"lmmaAtttaO, and Coriay lIite yoe to VTWpt ode inthe State Treasury in
A d ssMi-andd Malple thee deoli M011 Fish Oommissioner T. R.
N ifetI"o. Hodgl hiaw oolleoted up a very
S" se&lndy for whichh We hlVe the ageh f b interestiUa n hibit on his rounds
the product of America's Master caady-naker, whiok now has a prominent
ad a WudilAtidoa tW fr bo ma y pluee in the State Captial build-
drnIi lnd i s-of much interest to
proded in America It i pactkedl n bxe so visitorsand tmch not familiar A
.. beautiful that th Ey r a ast for the~ ot with the Shell Fish industry.
soon forgotten.
..Pr..ie. t dghty ete a i or sad oe Afty CALL ON
per"ound.
'Your lneotgion fofeitoettediftod wny JLE WIS B I Gew i
A,, obll ation on your part to pur.heae.
Trav@rW' IcCream ParlYor OR JWELR
SEXQCLJEtl8VB AGNT And give him your work that
you booddone. Boys give him
5t lier -" yr our order fr that wat watch or ring Re ofA. S. Ts.
t n 1i % .. yon aim to give her.
Balance on hand Feb.4. 1916 ON06 14
4 s arantees All Jeweler, me Selbs Received from Collector Harve on 41
Crsa Pr teRBgOn s ntr5to tniglhtm&n ........ 10 80
:etal Rlverp, Plae "--
ausw .PAID OUT
T. Harvey Jan. bill................. 10
I-',,', ORA 20 9 2 r ANii D W~r L.8. S8parkaq, .supolles Jail ...... on
*T 3A5-Er WIA iaw AND 50 Pap leunmmaul ng sand sto
teDry Clae. Brog, Pressing, yeg r nt Jan ....il .. 00
S+ We dry lean and presn nuitsfor 40e. B'crb StIlt for 80e. .. is nnh o
W i-. Wa to do repariingad altering sicre w. -nns. ton
1 hOl eludive White P.m.i.gU.a 4 ... BEaT r0
Let at Vlean and Press eur Tis. ".
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ORYOBTAL-EIy FLORIbA hoae of nty on Mody',
the lstday of; ebruna A ., 15, .
m the following resolution was into.
SducedbyCommlpaioner ooWs, and
D& z T-W. K. COOKon motion the same wind ad od:
C om pany the Board of County Colnuala oper
S, WTIST of Citrus County, Elorida' demid; l
Sit expedient and to tb best tamleret
of the County to lssue County bonds H
for the .purpose of fundhlg the out. ""
SO -e with Dr. (ron, standing luadebtedaes- of s-id'
County; do heo adopt, le follow-.*"
Prepard to do all.kinds of Ing rolationi:u .:
Dental Work esoled, by the Board of Con- ll
*UR Dot r missioners of c0t1as coaut, Uo rlaly
Tr tnat beid ARE Traves Ice Cream tateof ..norids a.ub i
ARE3 the amount of WGqCO. running loba *Bt3FWI
period of too years, bearing tInk
?UOJUsa, the rate. of five P? en pr p dan Y I.L"VOU
Snu, Said. bonds to .,"e fro the Cmtm SiWA,,i I
-___l__________ _ts dayoftJuly, A.D. 191db and ber.
ST. 5. 3 Po pr r hInug I.n teret coupp.e a. af.rea--d, Rpt"t *-I
DiT hn_ anj. the proe edeof .said bonds F in"&Sh
Mtmce JI e le ft; 1dlW n "* shall be dgvptod to fais g.aod
I"cq m < eliquidatting A outstandls idbtI. R(HAi
.CRYSTAL 1 ItBi LA. lkrednesofoist ioumuty worlds d ..s.
gmuectIoagoI, oa shallbeand is embieraleidto AM
1*> 111|* be bold on tbhe. d d aof April A. P q p
.'y-^ ^ ^ D.116o tneod.no with ttoh I + F+lawB
I-i, ittsEtc., Etc. to ascsrtean m. wisbh of Ihe qu -I
S.I. siede vteofl oit cu botaty *.
S* ive FLA. Ida and .that.hoe -re.soltiot., o beF.y

dom. bo, ithe full term Of foor *v po pr iora.
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Awe"'toIL aAn"td man t "a .- to"r*bn
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