Title: Crystal River news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075892/00079
 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: April 2, 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: VID00079
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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Yesterday "after noon as Mrs.
Huater'with her tiny baby, with
Mis Bigelow from Oltronelle
staIted home from Orystal .River
thoedorse they were driving be.
c nfo unmanageable, and bolted
neui Mr. Boods house and both
ladfe. and the baby were throw.
en from the buggy. We are
glad to ay that as far as can be
acetainued no serious injury was
done to any of them Dr. *Oross
?m. summoned and looked after
heir injuries. "
The revival services at the
tent are still in progress.
Rev. H. P. Blocker, pastor of
'the Methodist church, has been
preaching some very effective,
and we believe inspired sermons.
Interest is being manifested and
the devil is getting scared, and
is putting in over time in his
elforts to head off the influence
of the meeting.
Bro. Blocker is expecting help
this evening or tomorrow. Come
S out to the services.
S Mr. C~te ll WalV s ad the Way
From Peusylvutle
SHday oflast week, J. MN.
S. tihall, arrived in Orystal
SO N .Si ,waked all the
;: ..W .4. '.: .-

fNOW 1I1
Uncle ftltr
less war oon
and in 't

by the Doe .. ..
ture, valuabst
given oc the'be
beating this dea
most effective wayof .ttmiakb
ing, the flt, according to he
bulletin, isto *adi 4tIWeed.-
lug places. The br ugigsasoi
of the fly begins early ip MIarh
and continues t'loughout the
spring and summnO months. All
dirt should be sintoved from the
premises, stables cleaned and
decaying vegetables destroyed.
The flibhas rightly been call-
ed the undertaker's traveling
salesman, and in addition to his
regular line of "typhoid bugs",
be carries a side line of tuber.
cdlosis, Asiatic Cholera and
other disease germs. Now s the
time to "swat the fly."

Ozello News
H. W. ,Edwards of Orystal
River and party was visitors
here last Sunday.
Miss Dora Moody of. crystal
River spent a couple of dayl vis.
iting her father sand .boe here.
Mr. Maron tsof. Norh Caoia


0tems were received last
publication day whieji

il %H I ougl h peot wereral
l st we* in Orytal
Siting W.er sister Mrs. R.
S.Houih. *
S.on. James Holotl of Fair.
mouat, was in our otien Wed.
nesay transacting bupness.
Elmer Tedder, a very popular.
;oung man from Orytal ,River
is spending a few days as the
pest of his sister )(rs. F. W.
Mrs. Commodore ipgh of
Orystal River, spni day
-with Mrs. ., o r Chtro.

.Lw nto B Iefts.
W. H. King was transacting
business in Invernesi Monday.
*T. B. Smith, from Ohessehow.
itska was visiting here Tuesday
of this week.

C. Y. Barnes and Prof. Hogan
were visitors in jBrnoksville,
J. W. Dpvis County orm.,
from this district, was inspecting&
the bridge at Stokes Ferry.
N. T. Hires is spending sever
days at Chessahowitska as the
guest of J. B. Smith. '
A. P. Spencer, 'tAte. Demonj
strator from Gainesville, w
looking over the farr wo'k hero
Monday. 'I

E. s burg M s. lB mith i
I E. s. br by her charming
took Iflyl, p to Whle ar Tr
'F. W. inon of ei vor,
is speyding ae *It" this h vde
ldacliy with M. 4.
Olf dme gossp W "9
to hear wedding 1 r1iag.
last Sunday buithwt failed to
A jolly crowd o< tr "t
eller" went .o labing .'
peditda. aspii Thuratay.
We'wiih thm niad lu*T

little l

wore served. M
agMited in entertaindthit*
Ma7 Wheeler, and MII

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rri tut 100m miles amon
.The most remarkable part of
it is, that Mr. 0ottahall is 64
years of age.
fle tells us thai be got along
fairly well, most of the way,
with the exception of the severe.
ly cold weather and snow. But
the last 50 miles he often went
S hungry and cold.
About 25 miles above here, he
* says that he almost starved to
death and walked the town over
in a vain effort to obtain food,
S until a merchant finally fnrnished
him with a scanty supply.
Another remarkable phase of
the case is, that the desire to
get back to Crystal River, was
the impelling force which caused
him to undertake this 1100 milb
Thirty-five years ago, Mr.
Cottehall,,with his wife, mother
A. MOap I friends ame to
.K* er by way of Cedar
was ne'l" l

., i. s with Florida,, and
to',stay. A state&

S;e~arrid ,ick a lot of or;
.M fTrwm ithe. Mann grove,
Slli be went back to Pennasyl.

Salhe 8'years .rneo he was
bhe was yeartlg to .mel
to rrstal RAver ao wheia
i ,ted, about AphIst,

au.o* eojoy the blue 'l o s d
Sani4h Mackerel, aid we will last evening reatrning Sub y W Jj1
soon have the Pompi s, the ne or ing. at or 4
is.a p %edo lton ;i ex. a-a OaRa ne to thal
Miss- P0. 0Jo 0 06ilvod C rCES ants7 d. soer p for, sweet o
scare lastan Sunday d CNew q sweet p ed
will long re _tNews poh Out
tended church i omosas, 0 tode loha- he h.d6 ou mt be
iand in her absence M.' ad Mrs AH.R. G ii ,.$ji I it Pe-bivalvde" it m-
R.J H. .']fixern pre t I bivalves It ma e j
R..J. '*er .n -their pretty Preabhing service Ist At ag .t 1BAniNB WIn? 1 bank has 1b!ep i
launch "Lareta" called to carr a nda a 1a. m. ad Al cross betw
Mr. and Mrs. M. a. Van a SundaIy 8 .ol th ad had ptt0--
and Dr. Miller to their hope o W. B. Holder, 8.n. It .tht "eue is te.SU 5
spend the evening. When 6r .f.goi dl .'r rom o, i
returned to the Van Ness i tN01 Msu6 01 -e1y oestlword, .,bivs.alve. :
they found that in the mt South .pr. il's P.ne. oe auilft, yliei ig
time Miss. Johnson had returned t.dP. Bl, Pasrering, oneng of w
from church and seeing the row valve, joined t-or
boat-there, supposed that all te. Homosasssa, 2nd. and 8rd. t elasticl Iam at *
tired, and bidding her escort iyve, a hinge. Or o
good night returned to camp, to Crystal River, 2nd. and 4tX, ho twoparts,
^ ^ .' ,' ^ diywill be appro. tw arw
find all gone, and she alone on Leunda ll. tndberved at the aPre- aso a Pnor
an Island near the Gulf. In Icanto lst. Sunday p at the res- case opens r
terror she tgok the row boat to Citronelle 2nd. Sunday f bi __oobrdhh, next Sunday. parts or valves l
go to the neighbors, only to noon' l. will Isr valves which l
And that she could not row, an ed Level 1st. dy e program. h i
a strong tide taking her in tha in '. Edward' Walter Barring-. f* whkih
wrong direction. After a half y Bal's School Woune 4th. St will scah the lBa re .Wu te V
hor or so of struggling in a day afternoon. s n f i or the BiHgh pI .
eirole, the search light of "jar. P Uredb-g (H"6 S0hool a the Pr801 a004
Wt" located her, drifting alone Edward Walter B a i P haeb oBa.i morning, Pri m
i .he blnay deep, *ightened D., 'Pastor. Preacli .. Y ; S.'
beyond control, and when all Sunday morning at 11 k,
was well again, she vowed she and evening at 7 o'6look.1 :. .Ib, --.-'.he B
would stai with the crowd. meeting 'Wedno o oh I
Friday evenln t t0 top.
e B. Sabbath ShooAt 10e.... o *Y het s'We,
If you want qulok and real r0el f .ortal .
from Rh.emnatism, do what so 3uAii W i A#.
nMaay thousand other people are W-theatelrt, or
dolng-wheaever an attack come ps dhle with l god
on, bth. the sove m.usle or Joint and eg gulrl"
Ith Sloeo's Liniment. No ne4 to a e
tub'it J a-Just apply, the U ni n ebi anlldnlin
ho the isufe. Itis w ,ODestly 'S k
detratnag. It ge r to 16at to at
4p 08 61ouble anddrawi sh pal oU "a

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way COmll A Tl.


ts mild yet saify-
lag Turkish Mead.


Food for Thought.
Wife (sarcastically)-What would
you do if I were to stay out every
night until after midnight?
Husband (calmly)-What would I
4o? Oh, in that case I'd probably
stay at home.

Rev. J. Powell Tells How He Found
New Strength to Give to
His Laborse.
Rev. J. Powell of Statesboro, Ga.,
suffered from stomach troubles so se-
riously that they affated his work.
He struggled on under the handicap
as best he could-hardly realizing,
perhaps, Just how much his sickness
was hurting him.
One day he learned of Mayr's Won.
derful Remedy. He took the fArt dose
-then decided to take the full treat.
,meat. He wrote:
"Bioeo using the aix bottles of your

me to know -bow one could have a
stomach dimseas like mine and live
and do the work I did. I just escaped
the operating table.
"Now I can eat what I please and
It doesn't hurt me night or day."
Mayr'*Wonderful Remedy gives per-
manent results for stomach, liver and
Intestinal ailments. Eat as much sad
whatever you like. No more distress
after eating, pressure of gas in the
stomach and around the heart. Get one
bottle of your druggist now and try it
on an absolute guaranteoo-if not aatils.
factory money will be returned.-Adv.
G- ood Logic.
"Ma," remonstrated Bobby, "when I
was at grandma's she used to let me
have two pieces of cake."
"Well, she ought not have done so,
Bobby," said his mother. "I think
two places of cake are too much for
little boys. The older you grow the
more wisdom you will gain."
Bobby was silenced, but only for a
"Well, ma," he said, "grandma is a
good deal older than you are."
Just because a girl calls a fellow a
muff is no Indication that she wants
him to hold her hands.
BSome people go Into a thing head
firat, while others prefer to get there
with both feet.

Senator Bryan And Other Prominent
Men Were Speakers At St.
SL Petersburg.-To prepare a bill
to create a state highway commission
and get it through the next legislature
was the avowed purpose of the con-
vention of the Florida State Good
Roads association, called here. The
bill was ina the hands of a legislative
committee, of which Judge H. B. Phil-
lips Is chairman. In tentative form it
was presented to the convention, and
agitators for the commission say that
there will be no rest or adjpurnment
till the bill has been properly wrought.
Anticipating the probability of the
creation of the commission, the Flor-
ida state university is asking for the
location of the headquarters of the en-
gineering corps at that institution.
Prof. J. R. Benton of the engineering
department was in the convention to
have the influence exerted for the
school. He offered fully equipped of-
fices, drafting and testing rooms, ex-
perimental grounds. He argued that
the location of the headquarters at the
school would give the pupils extended
opportunity to study this important
phase of engineering and also offer
them greater fields for self help.
Over $500 has been spent In pub-
licity work this year, moot of which
went toward advocating the highway
bill, according to the report of J. D.
Rooney, treasurer, from Ocala. Becre-
tary Clarkson reported 122 members
to date. Appropriate to the occasion of
some, many visitors being In the city,
Mayor J. C. Bradshaw made the open-
Ing address. F. A. Wood, representa-
tive-elect, made an address of wel-
come in behalf of Pinella county. Dr.
W. M. Stinson from Jacksonville and
formerly president of the association
responded. A big banquet, an automo-
bile parade and an address by W. A.
McRae, commissioner df agriculture in
-M Sb. I, ;v* e .,ft- of tthe
evening. Every delegate is enthusi-
astic and promises to do his part to
make the convention a success. Dele-
gates are arriving on every train and
boat now.
The convention assembled, with
President F. 0. Miller of Jacksonville
presiding. Welcoming addresses
were delivered by J. G. Bradshaw,
mayor, on behalf of the city of St.
Petersburg, and Hon. F. A. Wood, rep-
resentative from Pinellas county, on
behalf of the county.
The response In behalf of the asso-
clation was delivered by Dr. W. M.
tSinson of Jacksonville, former presi-
dent of the association.
The president's annual address was
delivered by Mr. Miller, and the re-
ports of the secretary by J. P. Clark-
son, and treasurer by J. D. Rooney,
wee submitted, and showed that the
membership has Increased about fifty
per cent over the previous year.
Hon. N. P. Bryan, United States sen-
ator from Florida, delivered an ad-
dress In the afternoon. A committee
headed by Mayor Bradshaw of St.L Pe-
tersburg was appointed to meet Sena-
tor Bryan.

St. Augustine Citizens Discuse Plans
For Changing Their Charter
This Year -


and all of Bartow toured out to n-
tar Into the spirit .o the occasion.
Those who save of -their time and
were unatring nl their efforts to estab-
lish a library and reading room to
Bartow *to wae present were Mrs.
B. F. Holland, vOeO preasdest of the as-
socIation; S. 8. Gree. Judge W. 8.
Preston and others. The opeains day
drew large numbmr out and although
the reompon Itagefwaals Ipftirmal then
were several umber of the old IW-
brary association present who assisted
Miss Coston, the librarian, in recelv-
lng. Bartow's bra. band furnished
musle, which was gastly enjoyed.
The Juvenile- department is spa
rate ftm the main reading room and
furnished to meet the needs of the
children. The smerued veranda with
its rustle fuislaings will appeal to
those who are liberty and can enjoy
daily visits to the library. The large
open fire places give it an air of com-
fort and will make it an ideal haunt
on a dreary day. There are two cloak
rooms, one on either side of the en.
trance to the right being for men and
the left for ladies.



St. Augustine.-One of the most im- at Tarp
portant meetings of the chamber of States
commerce yet held by this organlsna- the
tion was held at the chamber of com- money.
morve hall for the purpose of oonsid- tion dol
ering and discussing a change of the moulds.
city charter, which will be asked for emitted
through the next session of the Iqgis- that he
lature, which will enable 8t Augustine 1tt sta
to adopt the commission for of gov. any att
ermnent. money.
The commissioners of the chamber heo.
several months ago were authorized The a
to draft a new city charter and pre- ed any
sent It before the members when com- the ofM
plated, after which It Wll be taken up Sprinag
publiely and If generally approved reg- o -cost
ular step will then be taken to place calat$
the proposed new charter n force. This
The crnalsmsors now report that cllty o
a 4rft of the aw charter s now 4 SMT
nasy to an ltjo th general body. t.dy be
The eoMalstoasea have spent amonm w A a
moats e hard workN ab" ue a-cls
tine loabr c tois l ihebis4opuAat oeint
and they now ah that ewy i ...
of the elmber 4 tthe 4 .
tas mestlg t eaou gir *o ove tiW 1iAm
Invo na I dke s" a
1e ir*"amaa4 "a givth 00
L .. i I ", ." 9C : ++. iSL;+ ,.'.r. .
+-.,, .c .;'+ .,,- L. it+' O- :" U.

rrs'ote'At Tarpon Springs Ao'
ed Of MakinlgSpurlous
a.--d Reafroe was arrested
on "s.lngs by Deputy United
Marsals Reynolds and Pitts
charge of making counterfeit
In Reafroeo'a house the oft-
and abtt one hundred imlt.a-
lIars made of lead and several
The man Is said. to have Aed
that the moulds were his and
hsd made the bogus dollars,
ted tiat he had never made
emut to pass the stuff of as
He till be given a hearing
tata .4 that ( he had not pass-
of the mosaey is dI elieved by
e,4 4who wet to Tarpon
Io .tr statement i spt
is wee being rather ftrely dr.
is hO second arrest ta this vi.
m tw share within a month.
, a Oba, was taken Into cu.
nabot fuar wasek ago ieg
.upla.the sISqp cthrge S
sprious aaa of the alter
,"-4,-- .
,a f .ay ts .

Tis Woudrfu O

Blend is NEVER SomldN

yOU buy coffee for its flavor, it s 9wvotiq
ulonla ely due to its flavr. T '
secret blend, the genuinFrench Markt Ce
Is a combinationof many different coffes th
grown in different comtn Its flavor s

Lab r nd Weme~na Pderalone
Plan Measures To Present To
Tampa-Several measures have
been drafted by the legislative com-
mittee of the Florida State Federation
of Labor to be Introduced In the
forthcoming session of the legislature.
Among the. bills drafted are the follow-
Workmen's compensation employ-
era' liability); eight hour day law; me-
chani's lien law; team boiler Inspec-
tion law; bureau of labor stattatics:
engineerit.license law; plumbing in-
spection law; anti-coercion act; plac-
ing fire escapes on factories; licensing
of moving picture operators; limiting
hours of female employees to nine a
day; and semi-monthly pay day.
Women Prepare rBlls
The Florida State Federation of
Women's Clubs have several proposed
laws which they Intend to have intro-
duced, among which are a compulsory
education measure, the child labor law
and free text books.
A measure granting equal suffrage
to women will be presented by the
Equal Suffrage League.
The legislative committee of the
railway organizations have prepared
several bills which will be introduced,
among them being the full crew bill.
All of these measures have the en-
dorsement of the Florida State Fed-
eration of Labor. A majority of those
in the hands of the committee were
passed upon last session by Hon. Rob-
ert McNamee, attorney for the federa-
tion, and the present bills are only
redrafts of the old ones.
The workmen's compensation (or
employers' liability) Is patterened af-
ter the California law, while the
plumbing inspection law and the meas-
ure limiting the hours of female em-
ployees to nine a day, are made up
of parts taken from the laws in.oper-
ation In several other states.
To Send Delegate To Capitol
L. B. Campbell of this city, a mem-
ber of the legislative committee of the
state federation of labor, will go to
Tallahassee when the legislature
Handsome Blbilotheque Opened To
Public Ji Thriving Florida
Bartow.-lbrtow's beautiful new

mT& Wonderf Oldd Sct- d Mond

Ads for the genuine French Marki Cd u
accept the ordinary kind of coffee. The picture it
French Market on the label inumws you oa the ffas&
Accept no older.
Sead 10 cnto for 12 cup p boo
of the Sty of Fremc m k

1 Pound Cans m $ .
4 Pound Pails .- 1.00

French Market Mills, Nw Orleans Lab
New QOueens Cof-e Co, Ltd&, Prop.

tive. I About Knew What It Woe
h3 people," said A certain deacon in a village ehurch
politic than pa- bad a way of his own of deaoig "with
cases of doubtful charity. "
r you call your- One Sunday he came round *WtttheO
rented Farmer bag to a gentleman of doubtful o ll
nk of the taxes handedness. This worthy, r ft UbdI-
alary, it makes ing, no doubt, that one should 't IM-
up against the lish one's good deeds toO w htf,1"
cealed his donation In hIl olo .I-I
fist and reached for the bag, wi
PIMPLES upon the deacon, deftly witht4,tU -
it before he could reach l,. 'IE f
Come If You .stern whisper:
Cutiura Free. "Give it to 'me, rtO. 064.
come off my vest." -
Ointment are
ring the akin of If You Can' Get It '-
redness, rough- Someone la almost Ia
dandruff, drynesa n of Myrh. A Z
satisfyla *vary WitS S $!.
Nursery. a T. rigIe

rosity. Wt thuhfleo
e at Wombat'sa t for waill tper.
Is wife of using For hot reif* bI n
ford's Balsam lightly o ual .

1"Nma ___ a polleewoman. '*"
tham- s h ope It
twlu.P thoughtful s eaoivhl
i tea er strsots.e c lirea
For a kis" buk n10
er encounter a *An. RHb It on and 1W k,
preakT roughly. Adv. :
ily one. ,
as- Afraid to p11eak. "
SBacon-is your wlf0 00amntiNd i
Ing "What's the trmpT" w ri
Ing cards? .z
torturing threuast- ber
Tn's Mesthe. Ert-No, not cotttnd,'!Bo,
Il Drunixts.. times she only looks It
Paw Knows veryl
igns Wille-Paw, what Is a
Paw-A debutante *a t, -i '7
., weather."- starts in when she coa o :

For calks use Haifot M
Super. Adv.
for the rheuma. .. .
When an experleeced.. on
it here."-Boe. has spent her saving llI
t. broom and raise some M aid E


"I am a servant of t
the man who Is more
"I don't like to hear
self a servant," coan
Corntossel. "As I thi
I pay toward your a
me feel as if I were
tipping evil."

But Many More May
Neilect Them. Try
Cuticura Soap and
most effective in clea
pimples, blackheads,
aes, itching and Irriti
freelan the scalp of di
and Itehing, besides v
want of the toilet and

Boston. BSeloferywh
A Marital At
"What's the trouble
"Wombat accuses hi
dumdum biscuits."

41emed *4t .

The Except
Doctor-Did you ev
will that you couldn't b
Lawyer-Yes, but on
Doctor-And that wa
Lawyer-My wife's.

ightly outing and t
tickl quickly rel eved by
lated Cough Drops-d& at
Contrary 8
"The wind is rising.'
"That means falling
Baltimore American.

Much Ches
"I am going South 1
S"It's cheaper to get
ton Evening Transcrip



Jut Onal Try "Dodsong Liver Tone" Whben ,lui
paft$ Headaiy-ft Lose at Weet
Lirve uA your sluggish llver Fed' baeek guarantee l
ine and ehoerful; make your woh a will elen y"or
pleasure; be vSgorous hm full of am. than a dose oS
biton.. But takes no nasty, dagera it won't make eaf <..
eM calomel, because It makes you Dodo !'s Uver te
sck and ye may lose a day's work. t el m ne. Te'I t -
Calomel Is meredry o l quicksilver, lnp, beeaemi eyod.u*1
which M.oe Merols of the .bones., Ing f p ..
CaOslomel A ehe lato hour bile 1Na your Ieda% p"
draialte breaks It 'up. That's your stomaw?.l i e
wb n ftde that awful nuesa and bowels Now.u ''

uteni uwt u y su w1apt to e swye l
the dees7 gentles liver a* & w4 *-eS

pa"0ie o& D*wHs Doaies thoe
1ss -geS e .'-anlt^

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OCWAPTBSt R -Oatle-,
That Ilesh us real ldoner lna it
taest in Warrngte 414 nlotour to
her. The fact that she was aow will
0 4_ ry arthtr, without analy
S the ases tha t bhad brought her
taI deost. should ae warned
er at he wase dily afraid f the
tmager. Her glance fell neon the
*.. reli. be ti w.e It mad
dd o wear it of

a 14 64 her lale soit
, > ";. .,,-._iaA. eoant thoftht
was let the Biaeets)L She was
000ep"t that that chapter was
eleed. Cratig atht be a asetudel,"
btW. S I.. wsa no .
S A .ha, p blast fro t te( rs
:, d i R tot tho
; i .to Me
llig ;

I Ml it. IoI el tapretot hl
alas pes elesy. W ,ho

ha su, m that p eaa?"to~, ,to
em ltn i Ulw.i mq Ioa 4"

Surn a eldbe.- t
;awl0i t res i hll me myelf to
el. Iet i t of thiun that u wil
alwye piasae m Why should you
h ave S the pasera mtayok outt u
a tnuanal I was r I was a tramp."
I1 thought I explained that",
'Mot clearly."
"Wen, the I shall make myself
clear. The sgbt of you upon, that
Iakb the lights In yoTr face struck
se a the traneet mystery that
eould poaablr ooefiout me. I thought
yra were a shostg
Yea.; t asked the pwrier to Is-
i ""te ysF "to prove to mrey seewt
tI lon dtht yoweren't ghost Le
for li. he-t for. eht. color for
olor, i you ar*e the -o at eosit plrt
of the Ulm I aaa .ln hos to marry."
She oa'i the Alve that M over
him; she aaw bht eyes widens he Saw
ids batd knot to pIresure wr the
'The *a ee are g loM to arryl*
bawme b0li4ial *W a

.6 A SPIi .g .b usewof OW
tall ft O i at not"
ae w eMlts hmger.' xIea ys i
rather ae late 00 A ber 0u1te
aaing lf. Tle dloh al m h e
two 'e~ ~~te ly wi 4 wh wthwas
ia espl e the staroasrd. The
M"i f .w _U. SStt iA PA C
e othe- a t iatl to waad
'my paif **. m tet s%
hat ay im wh
wi sd thee seated somef
where be ee an d the foot
o the tableM T 6 peianally.roadsi
Med Mmru ade aomd abbed la.
eeve*ydcsa the o*et ofw what they
-had yee what they were golg to(
e,.had of what ashe. uad ad ry
nt goian wh the ether a seys

he would be beyond oratlonal
radius. he h-id to talk to the
strane ad losa ely s. but Ashe pre-
fremd to be alone with hm when sle
She began ai of old to study care
lesaly the faeei 9f the diners ed to
speculate a, to their chansoter and
occupations. Her begllgeut obsera
tion roved from the pompous captain
down to the da.k plotresque face of
the man Craig. Upon hbm her glance,
a Mixture of contempt and eurlosity,
reted* If he beh himself and
Si*d no attempt tO.i ak to her, she
was wtla to I e i a In R4
Soon the me ha a drunak, but on
the Irrawaddt boat bad bseen sober
einonh. Craio kept Me eyes directed
upon his toWt at did ad offer her,
even a tfrtfye glaee.-
He wa M not .In a'bam state of
malit. ie bd take assage the last
masent to avoid meeting aIn (he
oae w he feared. Ir teaq earm this
Ma hbd to- rekosed ams on the
toet. MaNy bellewd him dead. aad
Craig bad wished It rather than beo
eTed.. Aid the to ipet hi face to
Ie n that -mod. boarding bouse had
l|-ke te k.b w ta"of t*g tbbler.
lte sst abe=T .i
fs sy 'e^lm taojnherni

a to era i s It w Ir ta
Sad o here abe wasanahiah
55r ctaary tawmst.
"Whe Is Mt. WanlOtat
"1 dl kn ow. I hvesn't ean i
stnoe ifeutd." 31., edpped her
book petEial am weary of theee
Inambr-pamby stoeri --
Martha's eyee ad a hopeless loeeok
nla thea uahea ua : "l, what li
the ,latter?"
1 det know. Martha. 1 MIbe I
dbtoud Ilke to leeo ay temper utterty
rIm Irritable beans I do st kaow m
own Mind. I hbe the sttffy stteroome
the food, the capta. Notlag esn
to disturb hli conft Tonight we
sleep on dck, the Starbgard ld At
Ale o'lock web hav to get sp add go
Wild*' again so they as holystone
the deck. And I a always sonadat
useep at thqt Ume. Doubtlie,. I Sha
be Irriltable all day tomorrow."
"1mlnp up here n dikl But the
mPe boresthhd. I
'Thei dslee on the port Ideo." Is
AlVOhel mallcelouly. *Da wolfr.
Nobody mind ."
"I hate the B ," declared Martha
vindictively. Everything is PO OlacL
It Jut bring out the bhfUtlenes i
"PerhaPs that a what alk&e e; I am
rowing ahlftleu. When I came o
board I decided to marry Arthur, and
have don w the with the pother. Now I
at th-m0e place am when I left b one
I don't want to marry anybody. oave
you noUtied that follow Cra.ir
"What will you do If he apeakr'
"I have half a doen good ha tpiu
left," dryly.
"I hate to hear you talk like that"
lot'ss the at .. .. There
that hateful gon saali. soup, ableki
.eaOum., rte and plecaldlll. I am s
lti to ie-e on plaitelnae Od manI,
steenm. I'm tlad e hbad die enough
to order tat distilled wte~. Come;
well go down as we are to dnner, and
watch -o 'ridlaculos 9"ala and hbis
fan-berer. The panke wil at least
give uo a breath of -frh air. There
doesn't aedm te be say on deck. One
Martha followed h qr louig UW
ito the d "n461a6o0 *he waeer A
loot and uptet Where would ilh
modeudf With a lanoe of W40 she
Warlntnfll' chair *1 vaem.

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tosbarn wam

tuanne ot liprs
thsesM4we *

Woule m
at is 6toe evso

day'a traIa ction, tl
4Ptr. Th4eaaged pM
s aide Tory deiesfta
-es, very otewly:

an a Aw &&r am At o

bulk is imwthout a =a*l
pn her lino or b her eyes

-S..l6i0*6. ..- el 4 Astid.

cal, mpi lldial lie MIO St-i i.g .i

"lo*&t. s b" woo.aee .*N o .
at-~es~o a moIif&ad Wnte hoa deg osetdu Ib Wi
she hau~ am l te. 1 t that nprdale e Uy.a,
ronly apaIthmr el te .e"a WE tabr lo #!mow.
her sad bel~Itit I eret bea ~ o aI t I ehe
M*Na U "aat*a -s e had pin s i na a1s bigs s*

hM llndlm Irhek tist the lyto rea.l ft *f
harseter which had sarlred his usa' Bt rhull He btshed4hb de
he4tjbrh all tese years of strtfe ad west of to the tuffy Muttle s
and utterances ad tampatt- Ad MRad struggled wmtk f "
beaefter tai she t nhewn him Paula was a saoker.
that she ad takeh.it for |fUthdthat sooner or later be woalt s.
mot ta inheoa 9d be pale of her Ain o4 4 kM. MMe* S
fruead'hip. The d bees as de at cue aoamet ard hart ete
raditg antgslemt. and women Thp"oe alt attitude was
f.ve. or *oaee m other tra there was aster aryem er mn
PIlfea. TM The Mr i.
Aad what had the 3ut asid or doae 115*eta54 e
eset uthat look of dua Boe ylal s beelde her eas te
fees? She swung Impatieatly fu night. She Ht fft l
tal tR and began to preoeade the sorry that be b? desk. stil elatered wilu luggage evr harites. Jau be^ e ued
whilh the Lehear stewards were moB. leased ever fthe m

.indie a i as,
1 S S TM e Sbo w.,

he wiser,~ *iuupd a~GAP

asseas leasu thee als
anuar*> -.eq Me as,
^B^ J^tefM^aB tard^** lSyjS~f"^^^'?'*

s a pe ly An wd ha MalthA, ed
seto thbpsuarl hwe! ,Th, s-e
ila nt ofr te aseo a4
thetN d row oiVf th" alsiter sad
leer e tness go aees of ol tee ists
S1aen passeoler Uit had set 7et oao e
bigs. t "om the s ahpwe. Iso e i's -I

mi ipraesa"r ia ow. w to aeq
hS at seonu*tabl@ Samn Ato bd byou#
ullw ONow hat she ha bw eesim
= ait- bee( -regan to tbadbe latil tm
,e SaUb 18. who had as fM ar nmatled

- not ,yi the wmse atip Iblip
awa fe eU>l .t i ,,-,he ely
et ting tno ashes It pesibth to thre
ri trege h *e daey. I was ulote ael,
111 to ouptl this uakaown aloof young
l wwabo and ths tarinalsble man, aad
the ato wat for results. It weald
elt have amased bMs had ah known fm
iSke- latenrs s*he had already areatsd It
rma net labued. 'Her besuty and her ap.
atn ps*et s6 l weoece to her urromnd
we9 tpa we pselalrly adapted o t he
Ilht. ri5antl o dm ef her fellowe4ael
t eor. aler ow aland wase o brd aadan
generous. so high MaS dbethd that f
le; so ordId a tMg a "a affAir" ever
s is eteredher abItgth.I
r As sh1le-Cat osoee after Oerne.
a sib6 aeise dwruted laoeenatly
that t.beid he r tired braa. ahe wea not
7 going to marry Arthr; neer, never
et E this world. She did not love hlm.
aho ard tals was to be taAl be wold

she- able tth abn below; eso e ordered
l, us atawdts.b ta rm uhe sbed ;s
'Ak Me s lain down or half ana hoeer
IIBp -19 reatlese and bad begu* to
Swh faleT tha bestNtM M e
gt6 w the still elf
*X ward, where the asesrl pks fs
weld. Am he approached, Cralg die-
.oveed hiI Ban. He heeltated oply
i b. augMst; then be touched Warring.
,hai tea m.

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far befttrtoo kay* wV"nE WI
t he id
iimr amnto eble
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R. L. PARK, Edltor

atered at the Postolee. Orystal River
florida. as use* oass mall matter, March

TrMaien advertisements is cents per
ah eeb insuertion by the month. 10 cents
per inch eh inserton. Special rates will
1ien dadvertisers wishing to contract for
averUisln spaeMo by the year. Loeal no-
am1e cents per line each insertion.

tOc aunltetions on live to ie especially
olkelinterest, are solicited. I lIs under-
oowever, that the publisher of the
Swill not be responsible for oplnlns
expressed by correspondents.

it must be disconcerting to the
first robin to find the first aviator
attracting so much attention.

People who recently regarded
enforced neutrality as a handi-
cap are now beginning to see in
it a valuable asset.

Now i6 the time for Pan-Amer-
can to cease its planning and
settle down to unification.

Any woman can keep an ex-
pense account but not more than
one in a thousand can make it
tally with her cash.

If General European claims are
correct, feeding the home folks
pales before the greater problem
of feeding the prisoners.

Scientists are at work on new
explosives. The lay mind can-
not escape the impression that
the supply is already exces.-

The work of replacing the ships
that have been destroyed may

- nO l1 Ce tiOWiC muOvliug piVUIBnao
of unemployment.

Tress usually wait until they
receive certain assurances of
spring before permitting their
sap to rise, but the human sap-
head is always on the job.


For that wanderlust filing
take a vacation trip to San Fran-

The prettiest line of Ladies
shirt waists ever seen in this
city 1is on display at Feiuberge.

New Zealanders Pond of Tobacoo.
New Zealanders oonauae more thas
seven pounds of tobacco per capital pp

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The following patents were
just issued to Southern Clients
reported by D. SWIFT & CO.,
Patent Lawyers, Washington, D.
C., 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.-Ohas. T. Bullock,
Winterville, Stopmnechanism for
presses; Ohas. W. McClure, At-
linta, Gartnent.

Wood's Productive.

Seed Corns.
We offer all the beet pri e-wi-
_!g and pro*t-maid vrdtee.
Tih Ie h pr-a at wch coMn I
amse *and the phlninag of la-
pvedrtlesof seed cornevery-
Wd' fus derlptive auleafoM-
ambot l theI bMt ad mnW t Ia-
peyd 1adeUes, tolnlna what to
plat to .rgat and most
We me so he adqurts for
Mtflkti Souhumt
Cow eas, Soja Beans,
Sudadn &Rhodes Grass

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True Aim of Advwertising
Many advertisers are making
a half-way esceee of their ad-
vertleing problems.
Are they not Invariably the
ones who are advertising to get
business, rather than to bulM
They got the businse--but at
too great a cost.
The methods employed-and
not advertising Itself--re to
Their half-eoooes lsedue to
the faot that they haven't doe
veloped a thorough understand-
Ing of advertising.
They do not reoeIisO the
higher, truer ultlllty of adver-
tising In its function as a busi-
neas builder.
If you should eop Out, for
'the flrst time, on a baseball die
mond and endeavor to hit a
home run, you might aeoldent-
ally excel the men-intralning
upon your first attempt. Your
luck might enable you to do as
well or bettor than the men
who were prootlela to do the
thing solentlfloally.
But as the days went by you
might return to the diamond
and agaspin strike at the ball
without woven hittaig n
Meanwhile the men whom you
at first surpassed would, have
acquired "form," and would dou-
ble and treble your record.
So, too, with the merchant
who la advertising simply to get
The advertiser who has d-
veloped "form" -wh has gone
at the thing solentlfleally-whe
has advertleed to build buolsness
on a broad basels Instead of
merely getting business for a
day-forges nearer and nearer
to the front
The true aim of advortleisng Ie
AL atta, pa srmam m huvnra-

r'lItere-io ( the e-of tha
In advertising, ae In any other
form of ealeemanship, It is vi-
tally Important that your efforts
be directed toward a certain
class-folks most likely to be
Interooted In your product.
It Is more profitable to reach
ten such persons than a thou-
sand who are not,
Sucoeos In advertising does
not depend upon the mere num-
ber of people you reach.
That Idea, In fact, If carried
to the extreme, will result In
the undoing of any advertiser.
But success In advertising
does depend fire, upon your
ability to find a iold for your
product; and neat, upon your
ability to cultivate that field
Into Its greatest produotiveneess.
Competition tends more and
more each day toward definite,
focused, specialized effort
A small farm that has been
brought to a high state of culti-
vation will grow more market-
able produce-energy and coat
ooneldered-than a larger one
under haphazard working.
A pound of effort rightly dl-
reooted In advertleing acom-
plishee more than a ton of proe.
sure distributed over too large
a surface.

M Y. ou d 4 A ng in
e StRaimmey Ulite-D.o't be






kIt edd be the one who produces

It Ia Good Printing that can Creite-
the Desire to Buy Your (i id<.
Printing done by the NKWS I tin
Most Efficlent Comnxilty Miadh .
Hold in this County. It is an frvy'.
meant, not an expense, and Pan bIr
Dividends. Let the N KW8 itl pg ") u
Get Richer.

Crystal River News
Grystal River, Florida

Attention is ca I d to the
Easter Program of the Presby-
terian church. The choir has
prepared some beautiful an-
thems and in addition to their
usual service the rite of baptism
will be administered at the
morning hour.

Ancient Needle Factory?
The discovery of a prehistoric
needle factory at a prehistoric lake vil
lae near Glastonbury, England
roused much interest recently The
dwelling were placed on mounds of
clay railed above the level of the wa
ter. The framework of a primitive
loom was found under one mound, ant
the number of brohon bone need'o
and bone splinters dlscqvered Ir n-
other mound led the explorers to tbu
that It may have been the site of .
ancient needle factory
in ~ flA ,_uNiAl& wa*l'


Cure Sick Headache, Constipation,
oIllaunes. Sour Stomech. Bad

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does not need to embellish its
claims with high-sounding ad-
jectives. The Draughon Colleges,
located in eighteen states, are in-
dorsed by MORE BANKERS
than all other business colleges in
the United States. Individual io.,
struction; no entrance exarnina-
iton; positions guaranteed under
reasonable conditions. Catalog
FREE. We also teach lvB MaiL


But a shore time remains in which to secure
your EASTER hIAT. Our trade has been
very hav" ul, to 'late, for nearly everybody
has wanted liat new hat for Easter, but we
still have a few especially attractive Easter
offerings left-.-so ltttractive, 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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Breath-Candy Cathartic. O lrida
Ocala, PFlorida

No odds how bad your liver, stom-
ach or bowels; how much your head
aches, how milrable you are from
conastpation, Indigestion, billousness i v
and sluggish bowels-you always get tal, ,
relief with Cascaretb. They Imme- .
diately cleanse and regulate the stom- S rplu P 40 a0 0 0 -
ah, remove the sour, fermentinag food Uplus an rf S $40,000.00
and foul gases; take the excess bile *
from the liver and carry off the con- State, County and City Desp itory
stipated waste matter and poison
from the Intestines and bowels. A
10.cent box from your druggist will
keep your liver and bowels clean;
stomach sweet and head clear for
mouths. They work while you sleep. OFFICERS
Deafness Cannot Be Cured j _. R
by local applications, as they cannot rea ct
the dlnesed portion of the ear. There IL
only one way to cure deafness. Dran that I: GEO. J. BLITCH. Pres. .W. H. McRflNEY, V-Pres.
by constltutlonal remedi's., j
eausd i an Inflamed condition C thtWh D. E. McIVER, V-.Pres. D. STILES, Cashier
this tube is Inflamed you have a rumblli,. l
scund or imperfect hearing, and wlhn It I ,
entirely closed. Deafness io the re,'sult. ald "-
unlaw the Insammation can be taken it-Wv
and this tube restored to its normal condi-
tion. hearing will be destroyed fore er; tin
ese out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but an Iplfamed condition
of the mueons surfaces.
Wo will live One Hundred Dollars for any
eam of Deaf (caused by catarrh) that i Mre
eanot be ourse by Hal's Catarrh Cure.
send for circulars free.
F. J. l RNMY a CO.. Toledo. Oh o.
fllmlyPill@ tor con1tin y M a r

Bayview Homes Co.

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

We hare autM water frost situ for

wiati or sume r kme.

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

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Good Friday.
Tomorrow is election day.
Yesterday was April the one
time-did you find it out?
Crystal River Realty Co.
M. T. Smith and wife, of Hol.
der, were visitors here Tuesday.
J. J. William's of Homosassa,
visited our town Thursday.
Lagrange Sintrunk of' Ocala,
was in Crystal Rive Monday.
Ladies t You can find jUst the
kind of shirt waist you want at
Travers Huff says mny two-bit
sox are the best what. is. Tray.
ers knows.
Deputy Sheriff Allen and Mr.
Lisk of Invernesq, were here on
official business Wednesday.
Where did you get that Easter
hat? Yrom Feinberg.
Miss Nellie McQuarrie and
Miss Rena Tqrner of Inverness,
were here Tuesday in the interest
of the Girl's Canning Club.
Born to MU. and Mrs. Blanton,
a fine 9 pound boy Tuesday even-
OrysialRir Realty Co.
Alva Potte -as here Th .
dai frotn I1iU 'in Uhis t

thatir new oar. rqpo p*
berg, he hands the Afrot*w 4.
Crystal River Realty Co.
Dr. Edward Wl* D Barriag.
ton will preaothe Ble-ealsareste
sermon fbr the High School, at
the Presbyterisan church Suday.
morning, April 18th.
Harry Feinberg can sell you
the best lighting system in town.
Talk to him about it.
p. A. Olsrt, Louis Thompson,
Col. George W. MSofield and
Capt. J. W. Hawkins motored
over from laverness, Tuesday.
The parcel post was working
over time for me this weok, 100
dozen o the;hnifttest ties ever
hropt to Orstal River.
R. L. Bule, the automobile
man was her* Tuesday bringing
several passengers from Inver.

The. big sale Feinberg is going
to put on tomorrow reads like
something good. det one of the
circulars an look it over.;
Barney ,Pml, wbo bolda posi-
tiow-l t-,W A. 0..e,', with
headquart frs in 3asksonvie,,
was viitifI lives N d friends
1 id a such O asws

Robert Cribb who has been in
the hospital at Waycross for
some time, returned home Mon-
day. He seems to be recovering
rapidly from his recent oper-
That sale at Feinberg's only
lasts till Tuesday. Better hurry.
Mrs. J. W. Stevens and her
daughter Mrs. H.'M. McQuaig
of Fort McCoy, are the guests
of Hon. J. E. Stevens. Mrs.
Stevens is the mother of our
representative and Mrs, Me-
Quaig is his sister.
Harry says, if you are looking
for something classy in the
Easter Novelty line, come to see
Harry Feinberg is trying out
some of his splendid lights in
the big tent during the meeting.
They ate just about the best we
have seen. Harry is selling
these lights, &ad those wishing
the best, should see him.
If you are looking for some
real bargains in the dry goods
line go to Feinberg's.
Easter Sunday will be appro-
priately observed at the Presby.
terian church next Sunday.
Suitable' anthems and solos will
,haraotties, the musical pro-

^ R r^ tr birclt
Wil ol eir regnlat monthly
meettni, Monday April 6th, at
Mrs. R. L Park, secretary.
Did you see those aster Hats
at ]einberg'jt You better -
'teo before you boy.
Mrs. Guynn of Hernando,
speaut few days here this week,
the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Blanton, and her son Mr. Sam
0, those beautiful shirt waists
Feinberg Is displaying. They
are perfectly lovely. Go around
and take a look.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Jones and
Sam Hawkins arrived here Thurs-
day from Manatee on a com-
bined pleasure and business trip.
Travers Hough; Say! you've
on somad sure loud sox' I would
like to get me some of those.
Go to Feinberg's and he will
sell you some ,of Mr. Leigh's 2
bit sox. Ask Harry about the
R. T. btterson and Mr. Ttmlin
went. i O als. Monday in Mr.
Pattergoe ear,
Mt. 8Mft, who has been a
gues it t6 Dixaon House left
Tuesday fo ,Romuass where
he will stay a few days, before
goio back North.
Bi1ntss, wqs mighty good this

a.ek -oeatte ie~ b ands

Sheriff Carter, and ."ite
daughter, and J. H. "Kinsey of
Inverness, were in Crystal Rlver
Complete line of Easter Dry
Goods, Crepes, Flaxoos, Laces
and Embroideries.
at H. W. Edwards & Co.

B. F. Oliff a prominent farmer
from Red Level was ifi town
Mena and boys Easter Hats at
right prices at H. W. Edwads,
Clayton Priest and young son
Hubert, of Citronelle were in
this place Saturday.
I am going down to Feinberg's
and order my new suit. He
always treats me right.
D. J. Turner, of Red Level,
who is ond'oTour popular Conuty
Commissioners, was here Mon.
Don't forget that Feinberg
has a pretty line of Easter Hats.
Jovial, big hearted, Walter F.
Warnock, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, in company with Mr. Lisk,
Charley Kinsey and John Carl-
son, motored over from Inver-
ness yesterday and spent therday
out on the gulf with Capt. J. W.
Just received a large shipment
of ladies shirt waists. Be sure
and see them.
James J. Pyles, Phil Robinson
and Misu Edith Williams, of
Ocala, and Miss Doris Murray,
of Evanston, Ill., were pleasant
visitors here last Friday. Mr.
Robinson is general manager of
the Southern Phosphate & De-
velopment Comupany at Inver-
ness, and while here made this
ofice a pleasant tall.

-i -tes, sIll *e IMr quitltl.
Write m lwear wats. W. de,
rfis ftlverIt. ts.

On Monday after Easter, Apr.
5th., at 4. p. m. in Picnic Grove.
All children in town are invited,
and all the ladies who can will
please bring, or send some eggs.
Mrs. Douglas Smith.
Mrs. Paul Boellert.

Carter Venierie

Practical Shoe
Repairer -

All Work Guaranteed
Prices Reasonable

Sot& Citus Ave., Nw Oms Si

Fresh Grocenes
are muchly do6d

Besides giving you Ihe lo,.
est priec on Flouot, Meat,
Lard, Sugar, Bttr, .g.
Rise,Qri, MI l.l ie.,vwe
handle .
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We are displaying the Newest
Styles in Mens Straws at
a range of prices to
suit everybody.


"Direct Prom St. Louis by Express"

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S Not mue haa been heard from Lux.
embour sline the commencement of
the uropean war. Luxembourg, it
will be remembered, took a position
exactly opposite to that taken by Bel-
um when the German forces de-.
manded a passage through its terri-
tory. It did not oppose, but permitted
the march on the ground that the
country would not suffer and that all
7' losses would be repaid. It now ap-
M. rs that Luxembourg Is suffering and
offeringg bitterly. It is In the same
plight as Belgium and the other day
= made an appeal to the Belgian relief
S --. committee. It only shows that war is
war sad suffering is inevitable.-St.
SLouls Times -

"K Not Teiling.
There are rumors in the air."
"Not here, surely. The atmosphere
Is too close."
The Ingenutty that many a man dis.
plays In dodging creditors would make
his fortune in any other-fine of en.





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A does deaf-=utes .t in a no+
bound subway train the other nlght,
vIorously conversia along and acres
the aIsle, with geMteiulating Ar inm
Sage The roar Wt the train was
deterrent to that inturewac
At Orund Coetra.gotio a man got
a plaily overi9ded with effetive
beverage. All Wthe .w to Seventry-seeo-
gad strot he wdtehed, tfaenated, the
swift play of hands and fingers. Once
he heouted some remark. lost In. the
Sracet of the traid, and unnoticed, of
tours, by the desamutee to whom it
was addressed.
The doors were closed and the train
ready to start. from Seventy-secoad
btret; there Was a bit of silence. In-
to It the liebrflted one broke with an
appeal to the geard:
"CoaductoatlConductorl I wlct--
wish you'd ask those people not to
tIek--talk sO loud. I can't sleep a
olekl-wnlt" -New York Evening

Preferred Stock.
"Mary's godmother is an estimable
woman, but in Mary's scale of affect.
tion she ranks Inconspicuously.
"Of course I love God first of all,"
Mary said in reply to her aunt's ques-
tlon. "You have to do that-anyway
you have to say so. Then I love my
father and mother, and my sister and
brother. Then you, aunty. You
wouldn't expect to come before my.
very own family, of course."
She went on with her sequence of
affection. At last aunty lnterrdpted:
"But don't you love your god.
"Oh, yes, I love her. I love her, but
she comes at the very, very end of the
list-the last one. And In between
. In between, are quite a good
many dogs."-New York Evening

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Just for You!

Poet Tostles are made for the purpose of affording you
all the enjoyment and satisfaction that the four sides, top and
bottom of the big package can hold.

Only the inner sweetmeat of the choicest Indian corn is
used. These selected bits of corn are cooked, seasoned just
right, rolled and,toasted till they are big. crackly, golden.
browa trispe-

Post Toasties

Thme into the big. familiar, yellow carton, go .

The wax wrapper keeps out moiure, dustand taint, and
you gt these lakes just as they leave the factory ovens-
fresh, risp and delicious, ready to mere direct from the

Poet Tsties are so superior to the ordinary brand of
cora "kes" that you will be wel repaid for making th*die.
action in ame .


$do S.peqkagefor Im at ymwm n- g

Post "ts.~~c.

As soon as a sick shoemaker tos blg
to work be's ea the mend.
It takes a nervous women to. dea
otte what nerte 1rr& ylIy nt.
Thgt mantle of arity coves a. let
of amateur theatral pebrmaaces.
Morateriums Are PopuWi,
"Pa. what is a futurlet?"
"Almost anybody who owes money
thee days, son,"
ice vas. Coal.
"It's.cheaper to burn rice in a eoolle
than coal under a boiler," said Tihom.
as P. Reed, New York editor of the
Mining Press, to members of the Unl.
varsity of Washinaton chapter of Thu
Beta PI, last week. He was explain.
ln why hand labor is used more than
machinery In China.
Ever Thus.
"Do you fnd that set of books low
bought interesting?"
"Not very," confessed the man who
tries to Improve himself. "But I'd
feel better about it If the man who
comes around to collect were as good
an entertainer as the one who sold me
the books,"

Jackoenville Credit Men's Association
Enderses Seven Measures To
Jacksonville.-The Credit Men's As-
sociation of this city decided on bills
for the relief of merchants which will
be introduced In the coming Florida
legislature, and, by motion, declared
they should be introduced simultane-
ously in both houses.
Some of the proposed legislation is
drastic and as was pu(ted out by Ben.
actor L L. rFarria. d Rpresentair
P.-L. Danay. must their be a1u'
or meet violent s1 1or I thb
Seven bill were rove by .the as-
soulation, and od e set a0
,Pts of the tt .
wlereuirS3nrgthe# Ib the
legislataN -.. :
The association also voted'to Masas
the membership for whatever sum was
necessary to send representatives to
Tallahassee for assisting in the hand*
ling and expedition of the bills.
N. W. Clarke of MIlteo Appeoint To
See"oed J. mmentt .-OW,1 As
Judge Of Pirst DIbtria
Penscola.--gov. Park Trammell
sprang a surprise o1 the l14WYft and
citisns of the first'Judiloal elrdtt jn
the appointment of a judge, or at least
these who reetded It P.eatobs. Tel*
egrams reaching the oity announce
that he has select& W. W. Clarke,
an attorney of Milto, to succeed
Judge J. Eamett Wolfe, of this city,
as judge of the cireunt.
The new fudge wlB assume office on
April 1, and It Is possible that he
will move to Pensaeola, owing to the
bet th#a two-thirds of the business
ot the district orIglaatu here. When
Attorney Geaeral West and Pope
Rees.e the latter of this city, declined
the appolatment, It was the general
impression that It 'Vould go either to
Judge L. Beag or Judge muart
01111 of Deunlak, owing to the large
endo~ermeuts whi htiad been forward-
ed In their fvor. However, the gov.
ernor named Mr. Clark The latter
has beeoon an attorney at Milton for
the past several yera sand has served.
that town twice as mayor.
Ceety' Superlntlnedet Of Aladwsa
County 19 Qarryina On
Galoevlle.-Ubder direction of Dr.
J. I. KRal coe superlateodent, a
wbrlwlad camp1po of education was
coedunted in A sh.u county the pas
weoIt waI o e s op cqopqr-
tian with the rural scool co-.
isle g.o the pOso.e bei to bring
to h-pe.opte stb hand aiont ation
ia sl wI. H are dieeme of vital
tauplto e s- wam t W aNNtle aed lsa oe.
a asawds e fer
d 1 thI 4ve fpiop*mItyA

Three oim enera WIN Cempee
Me Of Plopese --rw.
*. le6 Sr$eary

and gas oeamlssiom, aM Mie shell

Aottnealf of the 'ate ,deo o"a
oommlaeLo eamgpoer ofat trees Oe
equal rank ga the emui4, eUe
which shall be a state cabinet Wower.,
Is the plan that 3. Z. Jones, state game
and fish commissioner of Florida, is
proposing for the next legislature to
oonaslder. --
As outlined by him, he proposes to
recommend the game and flsh oammp-
sioser and the shell fish commission
as two Co the aew commission, and he
prefers th edW etary of agriculture to
be thabjrd man.
q-,de"t the shell sh comr
mlslait pr ely supported, will, la
the court of tervyears, or bch a mat.
ter of time. become one of the great
upbuilders f W orida, and that the
game and fish oommissfon, if it had
money to enforce Its flsh laws, would
be of inalculable benefit to the state,
There Is no revenue from the fish
side of his) comteelionship, said Mr.
Jones, and this branch should be made
self-supporting.through licenses on all
net and seine fishing, and a tax on
boats used In the business- H de-
clared the game side of hi9 commie-
slonship last year turned into the state
treasury a large sum of money, besides
defraying its expenses, and furnishing
the money to see that the fish laws are
being obeyed.


aMous Know TIht

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V~aandRest -Cdumains mllw
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S Apppr 9Wiate Trtinet at.
"What. hall we do with this story i
of the man who bWned hhimseltf"
"Cut it Awn." ,
There's no place like hlome-ad -
some married men are glad of It.


Muscle Colds
"It isae Use andquiokto M No worL hJ
Ply. I o"a without rbb i, *
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Ta agalaat
marrying lead ejae he
wll 1s4 6 A
Miss r-WelI, 1it don't arty
hua I'll M to lead a tisle one and
that's ..

et that wil Mt always stp
deadref satd salp telat4 sad kop
the balr' thlek, ye and lstros: At
aloht, read *e hair apart and b a
Httt resiaol oitW Viaste thE s*alp
fetly, with the tap of the ager.S Re-
peat th until thb whole oalp has
bea tratel. a en t monrla sima oe
thoroughly with rendel .osa am d hot
water. Work the sreMgpseenol lather
well into the ealp. ua, with grad*
hlaly coldr watwr, the 0l6 wmt bw
ln eold. Realol oltniot aad rest104
soep Are sold by all druaisft .-A.
As Ihldsasapolis rpt att work oN
Biblical subjects undertook t@ make
a sketch of "Reboesa at the Well," but
he couldn't draw she water.


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**-BWsl TMal-tY"Uas to their
Mp to d the R a iar
e(easbrif1 d, UteMacble wa fnre.
Vi.. hm uleiag Ma bnue vti.
wit uMaoed, therl thel st st.

*Mamoias trenches,
a t9 mat of Vi tItlls dul.

.wh th oi le owere Aelymr og
S The irt lM topesma, t.e te kelled

R f. "_r TG 0.w6od.T Tworo.
Wa* Sti5ma &to t arfiebafs
rove e bu-lets
w. ple .4p orig the fenrst.

toM n. waafuoro the Carumh

..-91 91t0P s sh,,A "A trooof
a oiremttalry ot Vilrla ingaros In
en OIrOO rolle anT 40 wohndedp.

aa tatye wounided. Two perish.
STmla.VIia-.rtl'l~trhi tqret c
N-obh fel pleoeI" of the defenders,
-Ie Oimnw tCoopi are si to hiie


An eminentt phyalcInn "|
lays down these simple kules for better
1.-Drink lots of water. 2.-Eat slowly. 3.-Chew your
foodwelL 4.-Have plenty of chewing. gul on hand. Use
it shortly after ~ala and chew until the "ull" feeling
di.appear _, ._

Be sure of the Perlect Gum in the Perfect Package-made
de kept ean, sealed against all ipuitle


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The Wrigley Sp.ermen want to
i H"p you re-member these bene-
S d, longam g aide to teeth,
.-bratbg, appetite aid digestion.
So they bave done all the old

Mother Goose "stunts" to the
."tune" o the new Wrgley
jingles. Their book is 28 pages
In four colors. It's free. Sd
for your copy tfday. Addre J

Xfow a

WtoS na. On A1W60es W4 soe So pow*S MeSow
g Wilks vn ihtemta tooresm ea a i T oh- x SIu N
Sit': I lOi. ta. *'i l man.. ,"e *. trl to. Bt e *m

, ,' ^ S.?., 1: "de.4 WI WS.l. Cuga,. S\'',iO s "i "l r' to .are got the wre lat on It.
" ._Pl_ ..... -_.. Of .... < I ..I a1i. e eow=two arsof tnmselves
+ i n v n .. + he.t Nut "I u e see
at. f iin .R em. .v 1. I I It do bow" .1 a6 yt poew ante."

No ofIt the tis -timJes hu.
A. Hie e t. ,ard asi .aa. = % w ,a 1. .t of Batrhony sheh wv
A NN i b-mm Neat db toe it ofby ten mlos l
" .late pet e, -. _t

b.TI ml Indicate the amount of religion
!Vfaat we baetoW th ,asm b tyo tifmit
to'um**. .p..t ui m e has

sm.bit-w., indicatthe aVii. .

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'- THs S-mL, FIsH CoMmsSION y
er. Program [ContinUed from First Page] A
S" and his Deputies.
p i A 4 19 Ih order to re-establish the
pril 4, I 9 I 5 depleted oyster reefs, 15,X000 bar-
rels of shell have been planted
at a cost of $361.04. These
RIVER rn" Sm_ r lERIAN CHURCH ,shells are liow covered with
to be marketed next season.
$1,147.07 has been expended
N NOUNCEME NTS in the purchase of necessary of-
S Easter Servc flce furniture and fixtures.
441.81 has been paid into the
Communion Day State Treasury on lease and li-
cense fees and up to the closi(
Baccalaureate Sermon for the High School of this report $1,693.00 was on
/ deposit in the State Treusury in.
"Followf Chr*t" t* h.
Shell Fish Commissioner T. R.
ing Subects Announced Lter Hodges has collected up a very
interesting exhibit on his rounds
which now has a prominent
Sorrento, Aprl 279, 1915 place in the State Captial build-
/ at Sorrento, April 27-.29, 1915 ing and is of much interest to
visitors and those not familiar
with the Shell Fish industry.







Orders For Mill, Supplies
ine or Boiler Work, Iron or
Castings Boxes, Shafting,
lings, Steel or Iron Pulleys

1. Voluntary, selected .......................................................... Mrs. Irwin And give him your work that
you need done. Boys give himn
a. Hymn No. 888..........................................................The Congregation your order for that watch or ring No I se to Try and Wear Out Your Cold
you aim to give her. It Will Wear You Out Instead
8. Prayer ..............................................................ElderN. M. Sparkman lie Guarantees All Jewelery He Sells Thousands keep on suffering
Coughts and Colds through neglect Your
4. The Lesson, read by.............................. Elder Garrett Van An Roy Grystal River, Pla. nnd delay. Why make yourself an ah
Sasy prey to serious ailments and
6. Gloria Patri ...............................................................The Congregation epidemles as the r'n ult of a neglect- Brass
ed Cold? Coughs and Colds sap your Cou)pl
6. "Easter Day".......................................................Mrs. Irwin's Cla. fys fish& Oyster strenght anb vitality unless cheated Beltin
Iysiish I 11 ys In the early stages. Dr. King's New
7. "Little Violets Are Waking"................ ........Mrs. Van Boy's Classn Discovery Is what you need-the R
CO m fl2. first dose helps. your head clears up
8. "The Resurrection"........................................Mr. Barrington's Class yo'u breath freely and you feel so
S, much better. Buy a bottle to-day Oca
9. Announcement., read by................................... Mr. Hugh Bowman "OURS ARE BEST" and start taking at once.
*, 10. Offertory, Selected ......................................................... Mrs. Irwin Wholeale and Retail Dealer in Oc
.... a Send your printing to the -
1 Administration of the Ordnan of Baptism FISH and OYSTERS News office, aid get the "Quli.-.
S*. .-***' _- ty Kind."
l t. Anthie*, "'0 ing'TTl.ord,"...... ..The Choir "
n rSend us a trial order and be Notice of Election
S1. BaIN Solo, "Calvary,"'.............................................cDr. Barrlnston vinced, Notice is hereby given that at a e
14. Sermon meeting of tne Board of County A
SCi 6. Anthem. "Great and Marvellous Are Thy Works,"............The Choir CRYSTAL RIVER FLORIDA ho.p of said County on Monday,
:_-.- _the I st (lay of February, A.D., 1915,
the following resolution was Intro- IM
1. Hymn No. 48.................................... ............................The Congregation DR W L COOK the f ollowing ressioner Rooks, a NK
16. Hm. No Benediction TDR | |. C O IK uldtl by Commissllioner Books, andoe
1. Benediction on motion the same was adopted:
Srthe Board of County Commissioners,
1. Postlude .Mrs. Irwin DENTIST of Citrus County, Florida' deemtdg
/ ~IB& Postlude ...............................................................................Mr. s.Irwiu DENTIST it expedient and to the best Interet
of thi County to Issue County bonds
for the purpose of funding the out-
:.. Office with Dr. Cross standing Indebtedness of said
G i l if (So I Fyr Pea t do al 1nd o (, County, do here adopt the follow-
G l !F s an Oyster Ai Prepared to do all kinds of King rsolutlons:
Dental Work resolved, by the Board of Com-
inis.ioners of citrus county, Florida
*Company or
S*thait bonds of the county of citrus,
aI Cr stto of Florida shall beAssued to
sTravedrs Iece Creaml s teiamounotof6$50,W.. running for a
oN._ p,,period of ten years, hearing interest
Wholesale and RetailDealeParlrs at rate o five per cent per an
"'_. _ONBil PHONK_ t0 nun, Said bonds' to date from the
1st day of July, A.D. 1915 and bear-
O U R S OUGH Proprietor ing Interest coupons as aforesaid,
U R S T.E.HOGH, Proprietor and the proceeds of said bonds
shall be devoted to funding arid
A MI= Ice cream, liquidating the outstanding indebt-.
yl D rink. edness of citrus county, Florida.
~4 Cold Drinks, ensolved, further, that an elect-
SI v.Confectioneries, Ion shall be. and is hereby called to
1 Cigars, be held on the 8rd (lay of April A..
SD. 1915 in accordance with the law,
Long ia Telephone -A- tn Cgarettl, Etc., Etc. to ascertain the wishes of the qual-
Distance T telephone ConnectioII ified voters of citrus county, Flor-
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. Ida and that these resolutions be
CRYSTAL RIVER. FLA. published in the several newspaper
Mi aenary Work. printed in the county of citrus for
"._________..........' 'Everyinivid eurch.should be a the full term of tour weeks prior to
slonal 7 so sdesy, both for home and said election.
Srgai,work, Way7ruly do the Resolved, further, that.the Chair-
Mnrs Co eedtel-thinAp next to it. And there man df this Board be, and I nhareby
.odi 11) 6 etg Fof ardor in the instructed, to take such steps and
l n" wo A *mbut a* Verpetual increase proceeding as may be necessary Iw
I .,* oJf Da enerum Just as though aceordanoe with the law -to carryBA
OCA IFLORIDA the wiM .,l this world depended these resolutions into effect.
S.......... .. ..... __ Su;pon .(lat W th ot power and puri
i' t rdoes-The Mor an election will be beld/in accod-
t Doors and B" |n&. ance with the said resolution, in
d the several voting precincts of the
P82 ] l, PIPS, Valves and Flttlnp f (,0Whes Debarres. County on Saturday, the 8rd day of
-s. hb had"hils April, 1915, at which the question..
and Well Material. American Field a 1 the hs ha ll be smtdh to te
O, is t uk ha. mlsbocads e t was dthe regul voters of the County whether sm ch
FenMe, 5V9U ..Q4MPWI. ,W A* I sleasache fraeglar, bonds shall be Issued.
,,.gal tho phor trateder ofo te ,rd of :(oun'ty

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Stew Be .d
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