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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: May 7, 1915
Frequency: weekly
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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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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: VID00081
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chief, tiday *ve .
28, 1915. .: ".;.
.'rot. srg ,4 .he. th. ef
of ithe secod depart.'ents te
resident nmiisters of the town
Prof. Turner Supt. of the County-
schools and the citisens came out
enthusiastically..-
GRADUATES
Miss Eva Rawl Essay:..
"Night bring oAtthe Stars."
Miss Rawls work was solid, olean
cut aod praetil.. Her 'tee
was clear, distinct and firm; the
strength of ier essay was inits
naturalness, imagination bol-
ancing reaoion, logi not 'over.
done, by enthusiasm. Her es.
say showed hard honest work,
and an aim to do all thingwvell.
Min Elsie Miller's Suhetet.
"Diving.forPearls'
was of high order, as well bet
topic showed .b had opened
many a promise ik.itell that waa'
"all but empty bat the effort of
opening th6 empty, ow gave her
\S. ioeat fibbie fr f t ulti-
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not04 fi l1f, Tot thie Uni.
verdly high honor as we '
We will not try to quote his-
spleidid speech, but the seed
thought he left iat the writelS
mind was this, in substance:
A University. should not only
be a place where a young person
graduating from a smaller insti.
tuMou of learning should seqk a
higher degree, but a place to
seek and attain a deeper enligbt,
ment, encouragement ahd in.
spiration as well.
The Dean enthusiastically
showed the practice.l uliUty of
an unretelited course, a i only
in the higher, but the highest
education.
His splendid address ae ired
law, lIc and relion. *laW
S itho tailty, leic *Ithout.
u oneeeti hnicalities, religion
.. itS I oh logi lbui.k hiding
f.e Divln'w ueleourof l eiisih.
able t.t!th. .

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A. N. Russell of snpm-p
was the gue t9f Mr. ab .L.1 ,
M. Spire #'u adet ..,
Mr*W. I
*he have O biad tt. tf
fTor or five Months Jif gq^lI
returned on lasietut rA 4"

OD.D, Edwards 'paid a ,it to
Turkey Oreek and Ovdlot~tOf
Saturday and Sunday last.
SMrs. S L, Lloyd of nuverness,
wa Ibe guest of her parentC.
Mr. aind.Mrs. Baker of the West
Efid on last Sunday.
Mrs. W. k. Anderion and
.cAildr$ar left on- Wednesday last
-ftr'a month's visit to her father,
H.Y. T'ylor of Gulf Hammock.
pugh Ross of Gaiter, was a
buinew visitor here oh last



S, do' at
m*'.y t dl.a.d other peop le are
dol4-Owhenever attack comes
on, bathe tlib-ore musle or Joint
with 's LinmenIt No. need to
rid|1 -Just apply the Liniment
to the suIrace. ItIs woAdeifelUy
peiatratllg. It goeu rtht to tlhe
aof trouble ad draws the pepa
aii-Ilmmedialtr. Get a bottle
15 'lnimaatI Mo. of any
aM d have-lti the hense-
ag t Oolds, ere and Bw6ilen
Joint., Lumbago, elatulo and like.
alldi)nt. Your money back if not
atisfied, but it dose fve almost in-
stant relief.

from each other ecclesiastioally,
on the one hand, and political
graft and bossism on the other.
The first tep is cultured in-
teljgence; the second' step a
idverely drilled judgment; third
a purited conscience. True and
full edosatiod is the only means
to real 9 tre lifq. Since the
fall of Adm, the smuggle toi
human existence has been .on:
and will go on. Aud human
groups made up of individual
will continue to develop char.
acteristics, abilities and import.
ant differences of energy and of
ambitions which must have fair
pilay.
The rlibt to discover, to. in.
mVtr.to try out. nw ad. good
ranients ;to do oew. thing
Sneaw waye. and' old-thf in
*q a more dirept
qiii s ftalously
a-nit id. -- .- "
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children pt higher; yea the
hlgbest edueatic. In other
wordf t.9 are av1 w ao

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t 11 a. i,. in the chur.e Both
*eriee wel attended.
Bro, im"Oaker with twoA of
iis little..glp and Mile Helen
Park wieri'et Sunday morning
to services and took dintier with
friends, then returned with liao.
looker in time for him to fill
ljappOintment at Lecanto.
*alj fry and pienie time bms
' 0# andt last Friday through
*kI aneo of ., L. Ifougb,
ko kand 81symaker
wi t0toAlke advantage
of e in a suec6ssful
filli'fry down near Orystal )River,
retpaoed to .Mr. Hough's house
latine (e 'ptetaoou and from
there,went on toaI0glis and filled
an appotm6ient'to presohlin the
church. They report a full house
and an attentive congregation.
Mr. W. B. Hotler and family,
Mr. J. B, Wina mad family, with
Misses Julia and Bessie Olliff
enjoyed a fish fi at the Rock
last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.


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Ausr ltenwasa visitor In
*ryiW li saturday. -
L A. OGabel of Oealsa wi
Attins.ting bntaer here Mon.-
da of thl week. ..
.oh oaaJbrya, Barnes, Ti
Alien and. Bnuett King were
callers at Orrttsl Sunday even-
iug.
Messrs. BoPUnds -d Ware,
traveling Maleanen of Gaines-
ville, were busiteas.vjsitors here
Tuesday'evening. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8*Wolfe pei
Saturday and Sund'yin Oryst l
'River as the guests of 0. ".
Wolfe. "
Russell Wolfe of Lakel&aO
spent a short while here Mouady
morning with his brother, J. A4.
Wolfe.
Mrs. Losch and son, Harry, of
Fairmount, spent Sunday here.
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Y. Barnes.
Miss Nellie MoQumirie and
Miss Jeffle Davis gave another
demonstration in fancy sewing
to the girls of the tomato club
here Monday evening.,
Rev. Bloqk~ led his regular
appointment Sqnday night.
Rev. Slay and wfft'-and
Mr. and. M 1 P. L. Park attend-
ed u from crystal River.


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iniQtoar fom i h I Springs,
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urarettA Lake last nilkati 1 l
o0%tok, by a negro, John Moe*m.
,the kilis* oeurred on 4co(Hit *
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Iboohta watcb from Inspector
Polhill claiming10 o be a4teman
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IfX million him. The aegro is
"i1t large.I A possee ispoour.
ig ae cooatry for him. Mr.
Poll was a young man from
Columbia county, being highly
ejftiemed by a h6at of friends
who mourn his untimely .death.
He will be buried near his hom
at Mikesville.-TimiesUnion


The Curse and Mftm.
of Stroeit D k .1
BY B. T. oCADWBLL
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myselfeaid it sees to Mti,
I look upon a piotare tof tgh
manhood. ae "
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' Mitt Alma ^if
spending a week .biur aiot
Mrs. Jahas Bettine, .p on
Withlaemiobee river.'


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Ms. ipie, laaix tt Miss
Tooke from. r1 b Ingli, wie,
vis ting Mrs.Dl*nuo'i lather Mi.
Bertine, last aturday and st-
tended services oere that night.
Miss Julia 'Otfti has' been a-
litble indispoee om billioun-e
nes but is convtestag. '
Whileti farmers ot ed
Level weit intreited in Dr.
Babb'a disctroW,. few, of them
advocate the hog veoa. tion.
Mrs. Williams, MT Will-
iami' mother, died at ,the home
of her daughter, Mra..BosBern
.early Tgeaday mornin4s was
laid to rest by the Bdd. of her
husband in the Red 1*v04' e.
tery. :
Mrs. Lissy Laypert wh W
band is in the asilum lie -b
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CRYSTAL RIVER NEWS. CRYSTAL KIVEI
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DISASTROUS FIRE


SWEPT CANAL CITY

Ce1n Chief Amelica City If Peansm
Zeis, Swept By Flames Asi
Several Killed


LOSS IS OVER $2,000,000

Ten Dead And Hundreds Are Injured.
Beautiful Little City a Com-
plete Ruin


Colon.-More than half the city was
swept by a disastrowA fire.
Ten persons are know to be dead,
including two native policemen, and
several hundred persons have been in-
jured, while between 10,000 and 12,-
000 others, mostly negroes, have been
rendered homeless.
The loss is estimated at about two
million dollars.
The fire destroyed twenty-two city
blocks.
Many arrests have been made for
looting. The town is now under the
guard of a native police and two com-
panies of the United States coast artil-
lery, who aided in fighting the fires.
Half the population have lost all
their belongings.
The fire started in the heart of the'
city and soon was beyond control of
the native fire brigade. The city's
wooden buildings burned like tinder.
Most of the largest stores, all of them
carrying heavy stocks of merchan-
dise, were directly in the path of the
flames.
Firemen in the canal zone began dy.
namiting buildings in the path of the
flames. For a time these efforts were
fruitless, but the fire was brought
under control.
All the banks in the city were de-
stroyed and part of the railway sta-
tion was burned, All that part of the
city between Seventh street south to
past Twentieth street and on Front
street eastward beyond Bolivar street
was destroyed.

ALLIES LAND TROOPS

Report Circulated in London That
Anglo-French Troops Get Firm
Hold In Gallipoli

Leadon.-Atter serious fighting In
resistance, British troops, according
to an official statement issued, have
established themselves on the Galli-
poli peninsula and advanced a consid-
erable distance toward the narrows of
the Dardanelles, while the French
have cleared Cape Kum Kaleb, on
the Asiatic side of the straits, of
Turks.
The Turks, under German officers,
placed every obstacle in the way of
the invaders, but against the fire of
the allied fleet and the gallantry of
the army they were forced to fall
back. The British forces lost heavily
in the operation.
Six points were selected for the
landings, which commenced at day-
light of April 25. At five points they
were successful immediately, but at
the sixth, near Seddul Bahr, the troops
were unable to advance until the even-
ing. The Australians and New Zeal-
anders landed on the west coast of
the Gallipoli peninsula, directly across
the country from the strongly fortified
narrows. The other British troops dis-
embarked at the extreme end of the
peninsula, and very soon, when it
was decided to give the men a rest
and time to enable the positions to be
consolidated, they had reached Krith-
isa, on the road which runs along the
peninsula and over which they will
join their comrades from the domin-
ions and atteaki the forts guarding the
narrows in the rear,
Roosevelt Trig Witnesses
Syracuse, N. Y.-Counsel for Theo-
dore Roosevelt paced before the jury,
trying William Barnes' suit alleging
libel, testimony designed to indicate
the existence of a bi-partisan combina-
tion between Barnes, as leader of the
Republican organisation, and Charles
F. Murphy, as leader of the Democrat-
ic organization. To this end, former
State Senators Harvey D. Hinman,
Fred M. Davenport and Joshua T.
Newcombe and H. C. McMillan, a for-
mer correspondent in Albany, for a
New York newspaper, were placed on
the witness stand.

Villa Claims A Victory
El Paso, Texas.-A battle was
fought between two of Villa's brigades
and the Obregon advance guard at
Trinidad, according to an official Villa
statement reaching here. It was said
the Carransa troops were defdsted,
retreating to Ciloa. It was stated that
the enemy lost six hundred dead,
while the Villa losses were placed at
one bandred ad forty killed and
wounded. This sla the Arst battle in
several days, but it is thought that
here i111 be mech fighting in the
sear future.


DARDANELLES ATTACKED BY UND AND SEA


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SIEGE OF THE DANDANELLES

ALLIES DETERMINED TO TAKE
CONSTANTINOPLE THIS
TIME

Stiff Resistance Made By Turks In
Defense Of The Porte-Previous
Attempt Failed

London.-The march on Constanti-
nople has begun. British and French
troops, after landing on both sides of
the Dardanelles under what are de-
scribed as "excellent conditions," have
taken many prisoners and are continu-
ing their advance.
The British war office and admiral-
ty announce that "the troops landed
on Gallipoli peninsula are thorough-
ly making good their footing with the
effective help of the navy."
Paris officially announces the occu-
patiou of Kum-Kaleh, on the Asiatic
aide of thejAtal by French
1 ,46 '7 .fa frlne 'WursT-r
desperate resistance to both the land-
ing and occupation, although they"
were under the guns of French war-
ships, is indicated by the fact that
they delivered seven counter attacks
and employed heavy guns.
The number of troops on this expe-
dition, which is in command of Gen.
Sir Im Hamilton, is not known, but,
while those already ashore are mov-
ing forward and strengthening their
positions, the disembarkation from
the transports still goes on.
The Turkish official statement re-
specting the operations declares that
although hostile forces were landed at
Kum-Kaleh and advanced under the
protection of the warships, they were
driven back to the coast, several hun-
dred men being killed.

Culebra Cut Changed
Washington.-President Wilson has
signed an executive order changing
the name of Culebra cut in the Pan-
ama canal to Gaillard cut in honor of
the late Col. D. D. Galliard, who died
from disease while a member of the
isthmian canal commission.

WIRE FLASHES.

Bryan Denounces Alcohol
Secretary Bryan, urging total absti-
nence declared, in an address under
auspices of the National Abstainers'
Union in New York that the Euro-
pean war.had shown that patriotism
was no match for the appetite which
alcohol cultivates in its Victims.
Abolish Party Bosses
Party bosses should be dropped as
"obsolete institutions" and the gover-
nor of New York made the party lead-
er in the state, Jacob Gould Schur-
man, president of Cornell university
and a vice president of the constitu-
tional convention, declared in an ad-
dress before the Unconditional Repub-
lican club at Albany. Increasing the
executive power to Initiate legislation
will make him the controlling influ-
ence, he continued.
Arbitration Pact Signed
An arbitration award advancing to
some extent the pay of sixty-four
thousand locomotive engineers, fire*
men and hostlers on ninety-eight
Western railroads has been signed in
Chicago. A dissenting opinion was
filed oa behalf of the Brotherhood of
Englnemen, In which the arbitration
was branded as a failure and the
Nowlands law, under which It was ar-
ranged, an Inadequate device for set-
tlement of industrial disputes. The ar-
bitrators had been in session for some
time, and their finding lia bees
awaited with Interest by both sides.


ANOTHER CRUISER INTERNS

KRONPRINZ WILHELM NOTIFIES
WASHINGTON IT WILL STAY
AT NEWPORT NEWS

American Port Now Protects Two Ger-
man Cruisers, Prina Eltel and
Wilhelm

Newport News, Va.-The German
commerce destroyer Kronprins Wil-
helm will be interned for the war in
American waters at the request of her
commander, Lieutenant Captain Thier-
felder. Notice of his intentions was
given by the German officer to Col-
lector of Customs Hamilton in this
message.
"Herewith I have to officially In-
form you that I intern."
Commander Thierfelder later ampli-
fied verbally this message by saying
that it had been his intention to at:-
.*Hik..a -a. In, a.aa --takht llied



pes, but that the continued erous
illness of more than sixty members eo
his crew would make the dash impos-
sible before the expiration of the tiUe
time set for his departure from this
neutral haven. It was understood that
the Washington government had al-
lowed the commander until midnight,

ITALY'S ENTRANCE CERTAIN


Prince Von Buelew Said To Be Pessi.
mistic Over Outlook Concern.
Ing Hostilities

London.-The opinion is growing in
Rome that Austria and Italy are drift-
nlg inevitably toward war. A diplo-
mat- accredited to the quirinal quotes
German Ambassador von Buelow as
saying it would be Impossible for Aus-
tria to accept Italy's demands.
The position of Greece may be
cleared up after the visit which Prinee
George is paying to Paris and Lon-
don, although nothing Is likely to hap-
pen until after the general election
about to take place.

Fill Hall Of Fame Vacancies
New York.-The names of twenty-
six widely known men and women to
fill vacancies created by deaths in the
roll of one hundred electors In the hall
of fame at New York university were
announced. The twenty-six are: Pres-
ident John 0. Hlbben of Princeton uni-.
versity, Dr. Alexander Graham Bell,
Maj. Gen. George W. Goethals, George
W. Cable, WinSton Churchill, James
Whitcomb Riley, Miss Ida M. Tarbell,
Mrs. Helen Elkin 8Starrett, Supreme
Court Justices Charles E. Hughes and
William R. Day, William Howard -Taft,
Walter Hines Page, Henry Van Dyke,
Oscar 8. Straws, Senator John Sharp
Williams, Senator Morris Sheppard,
Senator Joseph 1. Ransdell, Champ
Clark, John Wanamaker, John R.
Mott, Myron T. Herrick, James Doug-
las, mining engineer, of New York;
Blbert H. Gary, Arthur J. Brown of
New York. Robert 8. Brookings of St.
Louis and Henry Watterson.

Expectatlens Prom Income Tax
Washlngton.-Complete preliminary
estimates from' all Internal revenue
collection districts received at the
treasury department Incidate that the
individual and corporation Income tax
this year will not only come up to the
general estimates of $80,000.00, but
will probably exceed that sum. This
to the most welcome bit of lnformaUtio
that has came to the ears of treasury
ofgelals In man months. If the es-
tifate Is borne out the prospectlv
htea of Panama canal bonds may be
de ays


CALOMEL SIClKENS IT S11ALATES

DON'T STAY _BILIOUS,,

I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" W
and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Ha


Calomel makes you sick; you los105
day's work. Calomel is quc
and it salivates; calomel set
liver. f
If you are bilious, f
and all knocked ou.
are constipated an ds- a ,bt
or stomach Is sour, just take a spoon-
ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone
instead of using sickening, salivating
calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone is real
liver medicine. You'll know it next
morning because you will wake up
feeling fine, your liver will be work-
ing, your headache and dizziness gone,
your stomach will be sweet and your
bowels regular. You will feel like
working. You'll be cheerful; full of
vigor and ambition.
Your druggist or dealer sells you a
50-oent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
He Owes it.
"You must pay a pretty high rent
for this studio, old man."
"My dear boy, in the bright lexicon
of art there is no such word as
'must.'"
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
Bears the
Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Had to Be Broken In.
Shortly after the Civil war a lady in
New York asked her colored cook to
get her husband to come over and
help move some furniture. She no-
ticed that the negro man had several
bad scars on his head.
"Was your husband in the war, Di.
nah ?" she asked.
"No, ma'am."
"How 4id he get all those scars on
his head?" she asked.
"Oh, dat's whar we's had words to-
gether."
"How could you, Dinah? He seems
like a nice man," said the mistress.
"Oh, he's good enoughh now, but it
took a lot of work wid de tater masher
to persuade him to be good."

County CitiOmn y. 0*.
The following sanuonemeint. ap
peared on the poster advertiulag a
county fair:
"Among the other attractive fea,
tures of the great fair there will be
highly amusing dontky races and pig
.races.
"Competition in these two races
open to citizens of the county only."

We Work Here.
Bill-According to an English NI
per, 60,000 women -in ondon were
thrown out of work by the waur.W
Jlll-And over sixty thou sa wom-
en began knitting In this country when
the war began.

IN A SHADOW
Tea Drinker Feared Paralysis.


Steady use of either tea or coffee -
often produces alarming symptoms, ]
as the poison (caffeine) contained In (
these beverages acts with more po-
tency in some persons than in others. *
"I was never a coffee drinker,"
writes an Ill. woman, "but a tea drink-
or. I was very nervous, had frequent J
spells of sick headache and heart
trouble, and was subject at times to
severe attacks of bilious colic.
"No end of sleepless nights-would
have spells at night when my right
side would get numb and tingle like a
thousand needles were pricking my Of
flesh. At times I could hardly put my
tongue out of my mouth and my right
eye and ear were affected.,
"The doctors told me to quit using Gs
teo, but I thought I could not live with.-
out it-that It was my only stay. I
had been a tea drinker for twenty-five a
years; was under the doctor's care for an
fifteen.
"About six months ago, I finally quit
tea and commenced to drink Postum.
"I have never had one spell of sick.
headaches since and only. one light
attack of bilious colic. Have quit hav-
ing those numb spells at night, sleep A
well and my heart Is getting stronger b
all the time."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek. Mich. Read "The Road to
Wellville," in pkgs.
Postum comes in two forms: M
Poetum Cereal-the original form-
must be weboOled. 15M and 5.o pack- pi

Instant Peetum-a soluble powder- -
dissolves quickly I a cup of hot vye
ter, and, with qream and sugar, makes
a deliloua beverIge Iqstantly, M"ad a

Both kinds are equally d*Iouand
e st abet the same per e M&
"TheM*re aRea "- ftr Pow t


will start j.
and straighten Y .. -1 -. ,
you can have your money back. Chl.
dren gladly take Dodson's LiverTT oe
because it is pleasant tasting ad
doesn't gripe or cramp or make fth
sick.
I am selling millions of Dottles of
Dodpon's Liver Tone to people who
have found that this pleasant, vege-
table, liver medicine takes the plane
of dangerous calomel Buy one bottle
on my sound, reliable guarantee. Ask
your druggist or storekeeper about Mae
One-Slded Definition.
"What is your idea of neutrality?"
"Neutrality," answered the diplo-
mat, "is a state of mind so disinterest-
ed and accurate as to permit no ques-
tion that the side of the controversy
represented by me is entitled to the
fullest support."



F Backache Is aWarning
Thousanda su offer kidney lls uawames-
not knowing that the bkoksche, hedaohes
and dull, nervous, dizzy, all tired coal-
tion are often due to kidney weakness
alone. Anybody who suffers ooBstastly
from backaohe shouldsuspeet theldineys.
Some irregularity of the seost e os my
give Just the needed proof. Dosa'S d-
nDy Pill have bees curing bekacbe sA
ick kidneys for over fifty yea.
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Mrs. D. James. 'a jt
212 8. Fifth St.. We
Palatka, FIe., says:
"A heavy cold d4.
ordered my kidneys
and my back got so
lame, I oouldn't
stoop to tieo my
shoes. I was hard-
ly able to do my
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that =i I staek us truth-
tal yo=g By the what is
the name of the lta..or ahther
founded?'
*TI Aandbs Coint*otl eoupsany.
D.yq thUk we ould And bim nse-
thln teooeret" ea|riy. fUap
"I shouldS'advie that. B-we
have gowo4dray. To ughtot.to

P to"M*" "
on" lae g% 4m, Arm" 6
"Tou' get your Wlsae." aid the
S ad, "while you meaMk mme.
gibe wedding?'
"w'm np tt hatMl gtg o be
ear*et 1u (ttM 'te 4ba de
aga.e other withiwi It al
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lea.r adat saf he
*u- Ftook our best, Kh.t l
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ms a .teet tre hme sIam
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' m Ngw aa.m. e Urw en
,inga sala & that b.ta. B owuld
lit WIN be If Mn. Wanagtoi selsa
to Morrow. eay that I am laidiposed.'
0-Matha evuied er. eststhutlon
stil[y. The frowp returedbetwea
BUlsna'a eye ad remaoloedtere l
she. wet dwftwataIra to join he eusal
gneraltAdhle wife. She oegad some
very e able men and women sawd
soa of her natural gayety returnMd.
At-a far table on the veranda sh aw
Cralg and Mallow to earaqst converes.
She nodded pleasantly to the olo-
nel a the head boy came to annoce
that dinner wag PWved. 4.214o.tndln
Aoety had W y tw and maul.
gaftods ghat tn ,hallt was not as.
iOy new fa the old qisler. True,
ad -otmd- him tideatial to
tbi b~~1 had not dsopllhed l a
all the y without acuiring st
dant afe4oatrleL. The Uttlt vd1 tM
ets aus turned purple, as Nna
prepoeaid they'wol, but there was
so other l adletlo of he distastefl.
tb muotant w to Bol e would
msity warm the e t general. who
doebtier wam onadet eanoM h.
They adt down. The cadooel laked.
'**in pesage e bed eaomig owa.*"
'Wa Ftr reManed e tieeestlay.
Tbe teadlom seed for asove sad
bit tl It avagos-. He wa Me fool.
abe had bla at the pd of blind
lley, ad there heb" et walt l ate,
Ws eati to let hm us ahe euld
arvy eM t pretl to Igerealm.as u
lawte h faaw s. t as eal t.L
We"Imao. n wOeh Dseowsen at10 le1
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pwsesl n. yes honesetly Imaginse a
oe ot g pce than thi wuld
wold be? The Mactriua pony Is
a wild Ittle beast, .an. ivIual If
ever thaer wa ome; but man tame
haiud. pt" to ue hi eniergem And
so i. bth kuma Indlvdhwvlay. We
of the medire taPe aaS harne am 4
mak It uAeful to the general welfare
of humanity. And wheo we eSomanter
the untamable, Ia qrdr to sateguard
our lves, we must turn it back Into
the wilderness, an outlaw. Indeed, I
aight pll Individuality pa elment,
lke are and water and air."
"But who oonqmer fl and ater
and air?" lao demanded. eUlevTg
she had him 0poketed-
"Mdloertty, through the Indltdual
of thisothat beob* Mumamty in the
bulk is mediocre. And odd as it ems
Individuality (whihk is another word
for gealp) believes It leads med.
oority. But it eanot be ade to au
deqtand tb t mediocrity ordaix the
leadership."
"Then you contend that m th hands
of the stupid -lee he, balance of
ppwer?'
S"Let us not say stupid, rather te
ulapginatlve, the practical and the
ploddag. Te ifbbrmest poners la
the world ~e wit an Idea."
"Do you eastly lsist that yoe are
mediocrer -
.~"* t kheetMly. "I sam one e
thosi tubborsa men with as. I
may asisat that ij prefer to accept
the tMest of medloerity for y own
peace ed the pea.l of ctter *
s rt a"ime StheO forget
t be ad mlUe L the maw
,edt VA b t he woa a. a'tatur
sag see s ne had met is a veiry
sMa talm he4 ad ade a blem.
ade. Qe to f m araBa swift ao

baled d fIdme to away themt iere
Mat d .
A 'ge l d1 aw 4," ab saeMW
* taoI pts
#mNtewi imIea ls


asa you whate y kooM about Mr.
"Thsl that he is et a E t &4 pe;los
fet ayeung womaa lle Veotselt; that
a detraetang'rmor follows ard upon
hi heels wbeeer he eos. I learned
Ing bout him In Rsaafg He
Sknow to the ril-r a Parrot
Co., and I do't know What ee. All
of u B ihlipboard learned hbls pWl-
on history. And not from repetable
quarters, either."
"If t had been elderly and without
physiol attractions?* la Inquired
sarcastically.
"We are dealing with human nature
mediocrity, and not with speculation
it a in the very nature of thing to
distr at that which we do not under-
tad. You say, olad without phys-
eal attrmtIon. Beauty is of all
thngP most dOrawtng We crowd about
It. we rov it, we latter It The old
ad unattractive we paseo by. I had
not seen you here tonight heard yeaou
talk, saw In a kind of rebellious en-
ehantment over y r knowledge of the
world and your dislnsglihed aquint-
e I should have gone to my grave
be ving that my suspicions were cor
I dare t that I hal mae the
same mltakes again."
JiMd you leara n-ong other thangl
what Mr. Warrtbg hady doeir'
'.Te.. A ordid 4a0r. Ordinary
peealOW hatei wn ted over
Wariangto thad toldher the truth.
At lMt, thestor ttory told by other
otoladed with his own. But what was
It Itt kept doubt In her mind Why
ahouo d sle not be ready to believe
wbet ether belieVed, what the man
hitelf bad o0ate0eedt What wa i
to bhe tat he looked like Arthur, that
be was uSty or Imaoeotf
"And his asme"r we red U
the on that aNleo w
.9Warga-A is esuaIed. IIa reef
name is Paul U .ssu ,.



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when you were abqad?"
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pon ~wo ea m tha sn eoaston. for the. Juged you according to the rflae."
solidity at hia stmrturel, the oloael Rasa leaned upon her elbow. and
A of -s lled 4altely the erlousnes of she mlled a little as ahe noted that W
his' a lL b o. He eat stiffer and the purple had gone from his noe A :.w ..
stiffer o his hair, and the velin In and that It had resumed Its accu TIII Tfl
IV .his'fa noase grew deeeP and deqper In tomed rubicundity. TOO ILLTO WU NR
'hue. He saw elearl that he would "I go on. A woman who travels
Never understand American womes. alone, who does not present letters of
He had committed an outrageous blun. Introduction, who ."
der. H., instead of dominating. had "Who attends strictly to her own at. A Weamk, NW us SuffW
been domaliated by three faultndling fairs. Go on." o to H by L-
old women; and, without bela aware Imperturbably he continued: "Who .- s d H .-
of th feet. had looked at things from seeks the acquaintance of men who do du r. P lkhm's Ve.
0?. Ii r :*SG^* the&r potit of Iew. ppt M"elaciv-. not belong, as you Americans say." -U.. ('A.... .
able Munder. He would not allow that "Not men; one man." she corrected. Mp n
i he was being swayedlew by the admIt "A trifling difference. Well It
slon of hiu unpardonable rudeness on arouses a disagreeable word, un. Kasota, MiUn.- "I AM glad fto a
board than by the Immediate know. plolon. For look, there have been ex- that Lydia L Pinkham's Vegetable
Sher hot ebMks For edge that lMsa was known to the Brit. samples. It Isn't as It yours were an Compound has doe
1 '-, *, ,'i wa at the word, agryp t lab oftal's sister, a titled lady who isolated case. There bsve been e. more for me then
r a s e the. ge.nt con Ml general, abo.w9.e all stood exceedinly high at court. samples, and these we apply to such at. anything eles, and I
; -serkow p En. dou t" r at herl.dL To hae laid herself "Miss Chetwood," he said. lowerin fairs as come under our notice." h bad the beat ph-
tP cLarret O are beod Open to the share of aIdkoretoal To his veloe for her ears only. "And It doesn't matter that you may clan here. I was aso
T l 5 ahave* received N lete, however ki nd. Bi- trmed. but with the expression be totally wrong?" 1 ^ week and nervous
Sta ->e-e ly tIottdti4 d a0the an she loved that salBled that her attention Wa., His prompt answer astolohbed ber. i that I eodd nBt d
I8'u mms* repe.te ant to ter fathlert To .aged eleewhau **N It doea not matter In the lhula 1 my d work mt tht-
So know that persons were p banglus "Tat" emm d down, It ay be explained f d withpl inr
ftteSo& sad whispers bablei her back "I am an old m I am sixty.two; Iton a word, appearansee. And I most down in my right
er in a ow er t was a detestable world. It was sad most of these dty-two I have say, to the normal mind side for
a *csasr* owl l foUly to be oest, to be kind, to be livedroughly;butam not too old to "The mediocre mnd." \\\\\ \\\\\ Io
o-a'- S v.vr a,?al on to ladividtal, to -have likes and dislkls. realize that I have made a fool of my- "To the normal and medloore mind. E. Pinkh m'sV5
gapore 'e her. Craigt rules these mght W regulated by self." appearances wo againstyou. o. table Copound, and now I feel kea
Is caSes tooiSld rA.- outsiders W.. why would he are what Interest bean to All Ea's eyes. sere please, that I did not know I terent person. I believe them l
bFUtp En tells War i ofl people said Sh did not eam whalt ."t hsb bs uid," he went on, keep was wrong, that you were a remark., nt lke da E. Plnkham's Vep-
murder bent. He'H himstretcho made her furious was the absolute Ing the key. "that I am a man of cour- able young woman. My deduction table pound for weak women sa
runk ondko tur thehen m. stupidity of their dedpotions. She had age, but I nad that I need good deal were made from whbt law as out* young gil d I would be gld I
'At Pen plant, who drove W n not been lanoret; she had been of that just now. I have been rude to sider. On the Irrawaddy you made could influence anyone to try the d2 -
blatary lmes board. WarriAtoM tils merely kindly and human;.and It they you, and without warrant, and I offer the acquaintance of a man who came cne, for I know it will do all Ad much
lea threat oMlow and C bothwlUte wanted to twist tnd misconstrue her you my humble apologies." He fum out here a uitive from twice. After more than it is claimed to do."-Mrs.
t him ov the gambp theleto Criog, actions, let them do so. bled with his cravat as If It bal sud. you made his acqualntanceou sought CLAB A F R. F. D. Na 1, Megp -
Mallow ba her not to a to him Ai On O r twice abhe saw Inwardly the denly tightened. "Will you accept?" none other, In act, repelled any ad crest Farm, KasOt Minn.
temper. At Mngapore Elsa e lls on her f- will-0o'thwisp lights of her sL But "Instantly." Ela understood the ances. This alone decided me." Women who s offer from those di-
th'sOld friend the American A resolutely she smothed the sparks. quality of courage that had stirred the "Then you were decided?" To say tressing ills peculiar to their sez should
Mallow calls and relates t ao .The coolle stopped suddenly., oloneL But ruthlessly: "I should. that this blunt expoeltion was not bit. be convinced of the ability of L a d
casansn msc aet A Con- .O aou,'f she sa d, however, like your point of view In re ter to her taste, that It did not t Plkham's Vegetable Compound to re-
truction em n to resto rea he e the cols smiled and wiped his ard to what you consider my co. like acid upon her pride, would not toretheir heth by the many genule
stleS l tten havens, polL fs gamed at thehotel duot." be true. Shb was hurt, but she did not and truthfulindtimonals we ae aw
CHAPTER XIII-GontInued. Veranda Ia bewilderment Slowly she "Is it neessogary' let the hurt befog her sense of ju. stantly publishing l the newspapers
Sgot outof the rickshaw and pd the "I belo e It would better for my ticsFrom hispoint of view the co If you have the slitet doI
*And a man may break any one of trs She had nt thi. slightstM rCl understanding0Ii t you made a full con- nel was in no faul.L *'Let me tell you Shat Lyii a E. Pilnkhsn' e Vegeta
thee laws. I consider It horribly uno election of baring see the gardens. fession." She did not mean to be re- how very wrong you were indeed." ble om dwllhel o w.teo
fair." sMore than this, it was a quarter to lentles, but hear curiosity was too "Doubtless," he hastily lntrposo A
"So it I. But if you wish to IIve in seven. She had been gone exactly an strong not to press her advantage. "you enveloped the man In a cloud of ie.( o .n,&Itt)iLynla, forad-
eac you mut ubmit. hour. Well, then, over her as elsewhere romance, rea r and answered by ae opened
"Peace at that price I have no wish "Perhaps, after all," she thought. "1 In the world there are standards by "On the contrary, I poke to him a ld In strict c o me
for. This man Mallow lives with am hopeless. They may be right; I which we judge persons who come u and sought hiscompanionship because hel trit one
the pale of law; the other man is out. ought to have a guardian. I am not der our notice." e was nothings ompaore nor l than a
side of it Yet, of the two, which would always accountable for what I do." "Agreed. Individuality is not gen-. noth." n mo r le n
you be quickest to trust t" She dressed leisurely and with cal. rally understandable." hll *I It pos.b e that you knew.
Th consul general laughed. "Now culation. She was determined to con. "By the medloore, you might have himIn fomr Voartihelael Forever
you are appealing not to my knowledge vnc everyone that she wu a bea added. That's the difficulty with di. No. But l n as so like the manat PAp R if-Pe m t
tp world but to my instInc." tul women. above suspicion above viduali'ty; It refuse- tobe harme ed home; so identical In features and CAMTER'S UTL'nm e.
pt relwhy O d rp reL. Th e spir, t within her wa h by mediocrity and w mediocrity holds build to the inan I expected to go LU E O
-b .-,-, -.i. Wrr t" ha this det rlnation. Maloe stirred Into the mediocre. l ti. bi. s Acelt

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Come on in, the water's fine.
Now if the world would only
take something for its militarism
as well as for its alcohol and
"dope" habits.
Still, the American people
generally are pleased at the
wielding of the big stick by the
President.
It is probable that the Kaiser
will not again speak so lightly
of that "contemptuous little
British army."
The Germans are making but-
ter from sunflowers. Maybe it's
true you can extract sunshine
from cucumbers.
Wouldn't it be awful if the
Colonel and Barnes were to tell
all they know about New York
politics.
Nearly every town and city in
the state is agitating a clean-up-
day. What has become of the
movement here?
Crystal River-"The Gulf Port
City." Great summer resort.
Ideal fishing, boating, bathing.
Refreshing gulf breeze all the
summer.
The address delivered at a
Hillsborough school rally by
Superintendent R. L. Turner
recently, was a gem, and plainly
the result of deep, practical and
sensible thought.
Health experts have not an-
nounced that the "chautauqua
salute" must be abandoned on
the theory that it scatters germs
.which invite remedies of the
rock and rye variery.
THE LOAFER
They say that I am worthless
and I guess, at least, I be, 'cause
kids and other people's dogs they
all shine up to me. While de.
cent men is scramblin' to nail a
dollar down I spend the best part
of my time in aimless ramblin'
roun'. I pity lots of well-dressed
folks that cooly pass me by, the
weariness that's on their lips,
the pain that's in their eye. In
winter, just a corner near to
some one else's fire; in summer-
time a patch of shade's the top
of my desire. A gun when fall
winds whistle, a pole when fishes
bite, three meals, or less if need
be, and a place to sleep at night.
To turn a little favor for a strang-
er or a pal, to get a tender smile
from a youngster or a gal, to grin
with them that's grinning, and
weep with them that weep, to
never mind my enemies and like
my friends a heap, to never hurt
a woman's heart, nor do a man a
wrong-I ask for nothing else ex.
cept--to drift and loaf along. *
IBALLTH PBOMOTEK8 HAPPINK88
Without health, genuine Joy is Im-
pouible ; without good digestion
and regular bowel movement you
cannot have health. Why neglect
keeping bowels open and risk being
sick and ailing? You don't have to.
Take one small Dr. King's New
Life pills at night, in the morning
you will have a full. free bowel


movement and feel much better.
Help your appetite and digestion.
Try one to night.


UNIQUE POEM ON LORD'S PRAYER

found on a Battlefield



A composition, Into which the unknown author uniquely fitted "The
Lord's prayer," was found on a battlefield in South Carolina during the
Civil war by a brother of Mrs. 8. B. Helmer of Kendaliville, Inn.
Through an old comrade and very dear friend a copy of the prized poin
came into the hands of Maj. John W. Russel of Denver, who loaned it ti,
The Post. Major Russel values this composition very highly, not only b,-
cause of its historic features, but also on account of its worthy and
beautiful sentiment.
The original of this poem is printed on heavy satin, and is regarded as
a literary curiosity. It bears the Interesting date of July 4, 1823.
"Thou, to the mercy-seat ftir souls doth gather,
To do our duty unto Thee............................ Our Father,
To whom all praise, all honor, should be given,
For Thou art the great God .............. Who art in Heaven
Thou, by Thy wisdom rul'st the world's whole fame.
Forever, therefore....................Hollowed be Thy Name;
Let never more delays divide us from
Thy glorious grace, butlet................Thy kingdom come,
Let Thy command opposed be by none,
But Thy good pleasure and................Thy will be done
And let our plomptness to obey be even
The very same..................O...On earth as 'tis in Heaven;
Then for our souls, 0 Lord, we also pray,
Thy would'st be pleased to..... ........... Give us thisday
The food of life, wherewith our souls are fed,
Sufficient raimnent, and........................ Our daily bread;
With every needful thing, do Thou relieve us,
And to Thy mercy, pity........................ And forgive us
All our misdeeds, for Him, whom Thou did'st please
To make an offering for....... ................Our trespasses,
And, forasmuch, 0 Lord, as we believe
That Thou wilt pardon us..... ............... As we forgive,
Let that love teach, wherewith Thou dost acquaint us,
To pardon all...................Those who trespass against us;
And though' sometimes, Thou find'st we have forgot
This love to Thee, yet help................. And lead us not
Through soul or body's want to desperation,
Nor let earth's gain drive us................Into temptation,
Let not the soul of any true believer,
Fall in the time trial....... ......... .....But deliver
Yea, save them from the malice of the devil,
And both in life and death, keep...............Us from evil;
Thus pray we, Lord. for that of Thee, from whom
This may be had.................... ..For Thine is the kingdom,
This world is of Thy work, its wondrous story
To Thee belongs..........................The power and the glory
And all Thy wondrous works have ended never.
But will remain forever and..................................Forever,
Thus, we poor creatures would confess again,
And thus would say eternally:............................. Amen."
Charleston, 8. C., J yJ, 1828.
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"M.we an, -Otis""-


An Original Gomedy

In Four Acts

Presented by Local Talent


Crystal Theater


ToNight,


April


7th


Benefit of


Base


Ball.


Glub


Admission 10 and 20 Gents


CASTE OF CHARACTERS


Dick Davis-(A Student at Hale College, Fond of Foot Ball and Girls)
Mr. Toy Allen
Byron Makepeace Thornton, (His room mate, not fond of Foot Ball and
Girls)............................................................ M r. H arvey Edwards
Otis Tewksbury (of Perkineville, Betty's Father).........Mr. Ben R. Leigh
Reginald Thomas (A Young Man of Fashion)................. Mr. J. W. Hogan
Sam Scullyum, (Tewksbury's Hired Man........................Mr. McClaren
Betty Tewksbury, (Otis' Daughter).............. ................Miss Mary Guess
Florence Follett, (Betty's City.Friend)........................Miss Nellie Miller
Bosilla Tewkgbury-(Wife of Otis, and the head of the Family)
Miss Elsie Miller
Sophonla luggles-(Florence's Maiden Aunt)..................Miss Eva Bawls
Miss Cooper-(A Guest)...................... ..... ....Miss Lola Willis


BUSINESS AT THE DOCK
Launch, Twilight, Captain
Young, Cedar Key, with J. F.
Thompson and Tom Wilson,
sailed Saturday for home port.
Capt. Charles Strandherg with
the Surprise put on last Sunday
his regular Sunmmer-Sunday .ran
to Gulf Breeze Island.- The
ladies and gents accepted the op-
portunity in the aumnber twenty-
eight of enjoying a"dip in the
delightful crystal waters off the
Island.


Sunday p. in. Capt. Jim Morgan
commanding Com. Hough's
launch, Slowdrag, with Red Hen-
sen, Engineer; D. H. McCloud,
Mate; Preston Manting, Deck.
hand invited your reporter to a
trip to the bathing. Needless to
say that our launch is properly
named-besides we had to man
the pumps 12 times the first mile,
after which the engineer dis-
covered'that the propeller shaft
had lost her packing and was
taking water at about two hogs-
heads per minute. With the as-
sistance of a pair of discarded
stockings found in the locker
the packing was soon adjusted
when the party of merry singers
went on their way rejoicing and
joined the large party of bathers
Who preceded them. The return
trip was without incident other
than Capt. Morgan ran aground
and deck-hand Manting had to
Dismantle, wade in and pull her
off. Party arrived at dock at
8:30 after a delightful afternoon.
The launch, Flounder, Capt.
Price, from Port Inglis arrived
in port at six a. m. Monday and
tied to the Geo. W. Hyde pier.
Aboard were Mrs. Peterson, Miss
Buzbee and JesseEzell,theentire
party on a shopping visit to Orys-
tal. The launch left at high tide
for the return trip.

TOAST TO LAUGHTER


Here's to laughter the sun.
shine of the soul, the happiness
of the heart, the leaven of youth,
the privilege of purity, the echo
of innocence, the treasure of the
humble, the wealth of the poor,
the bead of the cup of pleasure;
it dispels dejection, banishes
blues and mangles melancholy;
for it's the foe of woe, the de.
stroyer of depression, the enemy
of grief: it is what kings'envy
peasants, plutocrats envy the
poor, the guilty envy the inno-
cent; it's the sheen on the silver
of smiles, the ripple on the
water's delight; the glint of the
gold of gladness; without it
humor would be dumb, wit
would wither, dimples would
disappear and smiles would
shrivel, for it's a glow of a clean
conscience, the voice of a pure
soul, the birth cry of mirth, the
swan-song of sadness.-
Cyril Scott in a six-act
"Western Arizona" Friday
matinee and night,

RUMMAGE SALE
The King's Daughters will
have a big Rummage sale at the
Public Rqading Room Saturday
the 8th of May. Be sure and at-
tend. There is always some-
thing that you are apt to want
at such sales.
NOTICE
A number of Blue Lodge
Masons residing in and adjacent
to Crystal River desire to or.
ganize and institute a lodge of
the order here.
With that object in view all
Free and Accepted Masons re-
siding within the territory in-
dicated are earnestly req e ed
to communicate with the utder-
signed at the Hotel do Willis of
at his office in Tiel ermit's
Retrett.
W.O. Leigh
Vrytanl Rive 4a.
April 80th 1915


THE CHURCHES


J. A. U. GRUN, Pastoe.
Preachitg service 1sl1and 8rd
Sunday ,t 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
, Sxday School 10 a. m.
W. B. Holder, S. S. Supt.
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H. P. BLOuciR, Pastor.
Homosassa, 2nd. and 8rd. Sun.
days.
Crystal River, 2nd. and 4th.,
Sunday.
Lecanto lest. Sunday night.
Citronelle 2nd. Sunday after.
noon.
Red Level 1st. Sunday morn.
ing.
Hall's School House 4th. Sun.
day afternoon.

Edward Walter Barrington,Ph.
D., Pastor. Preaching every
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,
and evening at 7 o'clock. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at
7:80 o.clock and choir practice
Friday evening at 7:80 o'clock.
'Sabbath School at 10 a.m.

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ployee of the Ocala Telephone Delightful After
Exchange for several years.
On last Tuesday, a small pic- Por Infant
Mic, party consisting of Mr. and lratdm Trae Powder is lea
Mrs. John Morris and children,
--Mr. Morris' mother and M.a. Stck the Followiq Bra
Jeff Priest, of Red Level and Nylotis
Bob Flynn of Ocala, spent Fri- Mrs. Morris of Ocala, is spend- Mrs. Henry McOonn of Tampa, Crushed
day in the city. ing some time in Crystal River went down the River and had a Crushe
Mr. Jim Pyles of Ocala came visiting her son, Mr. John Morris. fish fry. They caught some nice Je
in on business last Friday. Bennett King, Toy Allen and fish and report a very pleasant
B. H. Sanders of Dunnellon, John and Bryan Barnes of Le. trip. Rivers
was here Sunday. canto were in the city Sunday. In police court Monday, His LaValli
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Purdom of 8. U. Martin, Dunnellon, will Honor, Mayor Sparkman, assess. Dactyli
Ocala were in town last Friday. fill the please of our poplar depot ed damages: John Ham and Eclat
agent, during his adsence for a Minnie Watkins, improper con- Cashme
Rev. H. P. Blocker motored ew days. duct, $7.25 each; Sarah Hill, MelHern
over to Inverness last Monday cursing and fighting, $6.00;. Ed Violet
ertInv hernesiff lslln re- hing service Sunday Townsend, fighting, $6.00. Wed-
Deputy Sheriff Allen re. evening at 7 o'clock at Church nesday, John Tucker, colored Japonit
presented Inverness here Mon. of Christ by Elder olson of eday, John Tiucker, colored Orint
day. Gainesville. No preaching ser- drunk, $4.80; Kid Ivy, sellingAirFlo
drunk, *4.80; Kid Ivy, selling Air-Fbi
Estes Sirmons of Inverness vice will be held at the morning liquor, $22.80. Hobson
was sight seeing here last Fri. service.
day ht sing here last F serve. W. Hb Dr. Barrington was absent the Lilac B
day and Saturday. Mr. Geo. W. Hyde has been greater part of last week in at- Ant-Si
greater part of last week in at- Anti-Sk
Karl Harmon of Homosassa, off this week on business tendance upon the Presbvtery at Nenner
was here a few hours Wednes- which took him to Ocala,orrento. The papers speak fat Euthy
day. Palatka and Jacksonville. teringly of his address on "The E
Supt. R. L Turner of Inver- Capt. Charlie Strandberg will Presbyterian Church in Florida." Talcolet
ness, was greeting his many run the Surprise to Gulfbreeze The next Presbytery comes to
friends here Wednesday and Island Sunday afternoon for the Crystal River some time in Oc-
Thursday. accommodation of all who wish tober.
T. P. Allen and R. L. Buie togo. Join the International Peace So- PCkiy He1t, nbul
were here Wednesday from In. Mr. Barco closed a deal with clety. No initiation fee or dues to
verness. Messrs Sherouso of Reddick and pay. You will meet the best people
Mrs. Minnie Miller of Tampa, rkr of Maatee l week o wch are held in Crystal River.
daughter of Mr. L. 8. Sparkan a 6000 acre tract of land near Address :-International Peace So TELE.
here w hr to r. Citronelle, and these gentlemen clety, Railway Exchange Building,
is here with her two children. will put up a large mill there in St. Louis, Missouri.
Mr. J.W. Smith, a prominent thhe ar future. When you have reached the
Ifarmer liing nesi Ball's School point in life when you want to
S house, wa trading here Satur. The Sea King returned Mon. point in life when you want to
Sday from Sarasota, with her keep posted on the news of your
w of pleasure s er, county and state subscribe for
er ew of pleasure seeker.
SM aNl the News. We will be glad to
iry Guoa, one of our put your name on our subscrip.
mawa ra

Dr liS tative Steven's sooner you become a reader of
Be sure to *tteanthe Rum sip1 g boue Monday in addi- the News the wiser you will be.
mae e the ding Rom the usual receipts of fish Our subscribers everywhere will JACKSO!
tomorrow eveningfive turtles aggregating. 175 tell you the same thing, and 'does not nee<
pounds, which went forward to what everybody says must be claims with
Everybody invited to services on of the big New York hotels, so. Subscribe today, jectives. The
at the Methodist church Sunday ,located in eagi
morning. Roy.H P. Blocker Around dozen of on. Stevens' The temporary mislaying his dored by
lmornig. f leet of fishing smacks were tied business card prevented a proper than all other
will preto his pier having run in at night notice of the visit of apt. Ed the United Sta
Geo. J. Boswell and O. V. Ed- for food and fuel. gar A. Roberts with the distan- strtiction; no
words of Inverness, were among gushed party from entralia, who onsito
the prominent business visitors TeGlf Fish & Oyster om g used r prt recently. FREE Weasonabe c
here last Saturday. pny and. John O'Brien, and visited our port recently. FREE. Weal
here lat Saturday. Boellert Company were all hur. Capt. Roberts card denotes ALVIN
Russel Wolf formerly of this trying to pack the arrivals of fish that he is the President of the
place, but now of Lakeland, was in time for the North.boupd ex- great central press. eo, of
mingling with his many friends press. Cen ralia, w hi h ee gentle.
here the first of the week. ps n accompanying him as officers
Out of town subscribers this on his luxurious.launch, Tamaha
W. E. Park is at home for a week: Lewis K. Riley, -While- of Bayport, are also officers high
few days from Reddick. sale Grocer, Jacksonville, Fla.; up in their mammoth industry.
Rev. W. H. G. Slaymake and S. E. Leigh, Commercial Tourist, The gentlemen of the party
family left for their home in Ocala, Fla.; Harly 0. Price, were taken in charge by Messrs.
Reddick, ou Monday. Port Inglis, Fla. Van Roy and Leigh and until
The many friends of Rev. H. George H. Leigh of Jackson. noon were shown the many points
P. Blocker ill be pleased to ville, brother of B. R. Leigh, of interest in our city.
learn that he has rented the druggist, came down Sunday Miss Ellen Remington Leigh U CAN G
house just vacated by Rev. .T.A. afternoon, and accepted a place of Jacksonville, arrived Sunday YOU CAN G
H. Green, and will move his with Baum & Van Roy Company p. m., after spending ten days
family here from Bomossa at the big crate mill, Monday with her brother's family tin o
next week. morning. Ocala, and was the guest of Mrs. nIl al
There will be preeahing at the Dr. J. D. Bennett, formerly Dr. Irwin at her elegant and
Methodist church here, by the of this piace but now of Safety hospitable home on Citrus Ave.
pastor, Rev. H. P. Bloeker next Harbor, is among the prominent Although her stay was neces.
maidsT moronin at 11 o'clock. visitors here this week greeting rily limited with us she never.
his many friendsand transactig theless attracted to herself by
Mn. Viaol n and Mrs. Elyton, bnsiney r san her beauty and lovely persons
of HBomogausu, were up lut Sat- ut ness. ity, quite a number of friends
urday. .Mr. and Mts. R. L. Bo ie ad who regretted that her etay was *
.uray. little boy, and Mr. and Mrs. J. too short. On Tuesday event
Mr.1, 6. Wolfe aamI e.ildre L White of Inenese, endMn. at Mrs. Irwin's a number of. W D W
sister, Mrs. 0. L. Wolfe. Peters, of Plant City, ome over to be remember by all presen
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HOUSE PASSES


PACKAGE BILL

Wei Kmn Davis Di Passed Lwor Irah
Of Lqislaftre ly OvnmWhRi
In Vets

MEASURE SENT TO GOVERNOR

Believed Executive Will Affix His
Signature To New Statute To
Make It Effective


Tallathassee.-Within less
twenty-four hours after the
adopted the bill, the House,


than
senate
under


waiver of rules, took up the senate
message shortly before noon and
rushed the Davis measure regulating
the sale of liquor, by prohibiting its
sale in less than a half pint, and In
sealed receptacle.
Governor Trammell was expected
to affix his signature to the measure
when it reaches him.
The Davis bill passed the House
temperance than to fotser it. He de-
five voting for passage and twenty-
three against the adoption.
All of the amendments offered in
the Senate were offered in the House,
but all were killed by an overwhelm-
ing vote whenever they were put up.
Opponents of the bill sought to have
clubs and hotels and hotels and cer-
tain classes excepted.
Both members of the Jacksonville
delegation in the House, especially
Mr. Harrison, fought hard to convince
the House that the proposed bill
would do more to hurt the cause of
by an almost two-to-one vote. Forty.
cared that it helped the drinking
classes and struck at the better class,
of temperance people.
Just as the bill was about to go to
a vote, Representattive Dancy an-
nounced that he would offer an amend-
ment, but Chairman Bryan, of the tem-
perance committee, who had just mov-
ed the previous quetpn,. declared he
was opposed and woitd not yield to
hear an amendment. '',
Mr. Dancy announced that he chang-
ed his vote from nay to aye to secure
reconsideration.


SWAR ON MOSQUITOES

Pablo Beach Officials Prepare To
terminate Pets At Seaside
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Pablo Beach.-Property owners at
Pablo beach who reside in Jackson-
ville and others who contemplate
spending the summer season at Pablo
Beach will be interested and delight-
ed to know of the fight against mos-
' quitoes that is now going on.
The board of public works has do-
nated a large sum of money to be
,used for the extermination of mos-
-*ultoes. Twenty barrels of mixed oils
*are being distributed on all stagnant
ponds and water holes within a radius
of three miles of Pablo Beach. The
water shed running from Third street
back to Eighth street has been drain-
ed, opening up a four-foot ditch all
the way to South Pablo run, witlfa
number of smaller ditches opening in-
to the main ditch.
It is the desire of all citizens of
Pablo Beach and of the members of
the town council to exterminate mos-
quitoes, and to assure the summer
population that they will have both a
happy and healthful season. From
present indications, Pablo Beach will
not be bothered with mosquitoes this
season.
Mayor's Salary Deducted
Jacksonville.-Mayor Van C. Swear-
Ingen has refused to accept his pay
voucher for the last thirty .days of
his services as chief executive of the
city, because of the fact that $25 has
been deducted for the three days he
was absent from the city on a visit
to Tallahassee. Mr. Swearingen ask-
ed City Auditor Frank Caesidey why
the deduction was made. "Who is my
'timekeeper?" asked the mayor. Mr.
Cassidey replied that he had nothing
to do with the matter, as he did not
make out the vouchers. He informed
Mr. Swearingen that the city recorder,
0. D. Aekerly, was the official who
made out the vouchers.

Charge Violation Of Aigrette Law
Miami.-For some reasons there are
many people n' Miami who are be-
lieved to have disrgarded the law
agaiast having in one's possession al-
grette plumes, and It was quite a sur-
prise to at least two dealers when
they were arrested on cbhaaes of bav-
ing alrette plumes ain thler session
and one for disposing. o( Oe.. It is
probable tfat no aigrette pIlumes will
'be seen o@ the street after tkhis Dep-
a tookl Jiildg Bam tel
J, Barc3 whe thoe pi IIl*-
y e a-Dtelos and a -d th.ei.l-M
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INVESTIGATE SHERIFF
Senate Names Committee To Probe
Cause Of Removal Of Two
Floreida Sherft
Tallahassee.-Both Sheriff George
Baker of West Palm Beach and Sheriff
W. B. Spencer of Hillaborough will
have a hearing and all evidence in the
removal orders of Governor Trammell
will be thoroughly digested by two
committees which were appointed by
the senate in executive session.
The removal orders were transmit-
ted to the senate and laid over until a
resolution was adopted that it was
the sense of the .senate in session that
neither of the senators representing
the districts In'whiCh Sheriffs Baker
and Spencer lived should be asked too
act on the investigation committee.
This resolution was in accordance with
sentiment expressed that the charges
against the sheriffs* and the removal
orders would be considered without
regard to senatorial courtesy.
No actiRff was taken by the senate
until these committees conclude their
investigations and report to the sen-
ate.
The committee to hear evidence and
Investigate the charges against Sher-
iffs George Baker of Palm Beach coun-
ty is as follows: Senators Stringer,
Donegan, Johnson, Middleton and Far-
ris; and for the Spencer case, Senators
Pogarty, Jones, Igou, Wells and Mc-
Eachern. Just when the committees
will meet and take up the charges
could not be learned, but It is believed
they will meet shortly and get at the
investigation.


FOUND MANY SKULLS

Great Numbers Discovered In The
Waters Of The Everglades
Recently
Tampa.-The finding of some sis
hundred skulls of Seminole Indians
in the shallowed waters of the Ever-
glades is reported by Prank Whitman
and W. C. Burgert, of this city, who
have just returned from taking pic-
tures la the Everglades country and
of the operations of the citrus canker
fighting brigades of the Florida Grow-
ers' and Shippers' League in the south-
eastern section of the state.
The discovery of the great pile of
human skulls was made at a point in
the lake where, -esae fifty-nine years
ago, a regiment of United States reg-
ulars under General Tyler fought a
battle with Seminole Indians. The In.

shot dwn. A rent of the band
wal taken prisoAets.
The "find" was made late in the aft-
ernoon as Whitman, Burgert and a
man named Forbes were looking for a
channel located near Rita island. The
drainage operations kavq lowered the
level of the lake at t is particular
point so that there are immense mud
fiats, and the party was toking theo
launch.


Build New Reads
Brooksville.-After several months
of rather impatient anticipation the
citizens of Hernkndo county are now
seeing the actual work of road build-
ing being started., Clerk of the Coun-
ty M. H. Snow returned from Talla-
hassee, where he went to turn over
$50,000 worth of road bonds for curt
rency. Upon receipt of this money,
the commissioners, who will build the
roads themselves, started this work
Immediately. It is planned to build
100 miles of hard-surfaced roads with
the $350,000 recently raised by bond-
ing. This work will be of much ben-
efit Just now to the county, as wages
will be paid vwekly, thus putting into
circulation at once several thousand
dollars.

Would Abolish Itinerant Venders
Tampa.-The Tampa Merchants' As-
sociation has had a bill drawn and
forwarded to Tallahassee for passage*
through the legislature which is in-
tended to prevent operations iA this
state of itinerant vendors. It alms to
make vendors who drop Into the state
for a few weeks or a month, pay a
license tax as heavy as that paid by
merchants who do business the year
round. It has been endorsed by mer-
chants In several of the larger cities
of the-state.
Title Men's Convention
Gainesville.-The Florida Associa-
tion of Title Men held the largest
annual convention of that bod1 here
in its history. There are several rea-
sons why this convention was largely
attended, but chief among them was
that citizens of Florida delight in visit-
ing Gainesville, which at tklls particu-
lar season is especially attractive.
Pension Sherire WIdow
Tallahassee.-In conformity with
growing sentiment over the state,
feRssaentatlve Sharon bf Oaden
eou ty has I ro4u4 a bill In-the
hboe to ditlti the widows of she$ '
lis and deputy short&- when -Oes
officers are killed *) thp perforsae.
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I8,000 I1IIS CAPTURED

German And Turkish Generals In
Command Of Moslem Feroes
Claim Cruashing Blew Delt


London.-A sensational report that
*8,000 of the allies' troops have been
driven to the sea on the Galipoll pe-
ninsutla and that 13,000 were captured
comes from Berlin. It is expected
that the operaUons against the Darda-
nelles will proceed slowly, as. the
Turks are strongly entrenched and
their wire entanglements and trench-
es will have to be shelled heavily be-
fore the troops can make any seri-
ous attempt to advance.
The left wing of the allies' landing
force on the Galilpoli peninsula, which
Gen. Liman von Sanders, the German
commander of the Turkish forces, re-
ported as holding out, has surrendered
to the Turks.
Halil Bey, former president of the
Turkish parliament, who is now In
Berlin, received a telegram from Con-
stantinople, stating that 8,000 French
and British soldiers had been driven
to the sea and that 12,000 had been
captured by the Turks as a result of
the attempt of the allies to land their
forces to attack the Dardanelles for.
tifications.
At the celebration of the sultan's
jubilee the minister of war announc-
ed the receipt of a telegram from the
commander of the fifth army corps,
Gen. Liman von Sanders Pasha, stat-
ing that the center and right wing of
the enemy had been completely de-
tested and that there was hope that
the left wing was hopelessly beaten.

WOMEN DECRY PEACE
Women's Peaoe Congress At Hague
Brings Ferth Belllgerent
Spirit


The Hague, Netherlands. The
wings of the dove of peace were ruf-
fled at a session of the International
Congress of Women. At the Instance
of Doctor Augsburg of Munich, the

ot)viv^ premet made their way
to ike'platfrm. They were welcom-
ed by the chairman, Miss Jane Ad-
dams of Chicago, with both hands,
but there was no handshaking with
the German delegates.
In moving the final resolution Mrs.
Roslka Sohwimmer, president of the
Hungarian Women's Suffrage Associa-
tion, requested that all delegates
stand oa* minute in silent prayer for
peace. Mile. Bamer of the Belgian
delegation asked permission to utter
a few words.
When this wat ranted she astound-
ed her audience with this dramatic ex-
clamation:
"I am a Belgian before everything,
and I cannot think as you do. There
can be no peace without Justice. The
war must continue until the Belgians'
wrongs have been righted. There must
be no mediation except at the Bar of
Justice."
MASSACRE REPORTED

Ambassador Norganthau Notifies
Washington Of Reports Of Re-
ligious Perseoutlone .


Washington.-Ambassador Morgan-
thou at Coastantinople, cabled the
state department that there was much
uneasiness In Turkey over the Arme-
nian situation, sad that he already
had made repeentataons to the Turk.
ish government for the protection of
Armenians. He referred to one natu-
ralised American citizen threatened.
Mr. Morgantha's message crossed
one sent to bim by the state depart*
meat instructing him to take up with
Turkey reports of outbreaks In Arm*e
ala. The report gave no details
Restricts Age Limit
Washinstoe-President Wilson took
another step in rejuvenating the dip-
lomatie service by siagins an execu-
tive order which will bar men morG.
than 38 years old.
Jane Addame Preades
The Hague-Miss Jane Addas of
Chleas was unanimously hosen
chairman of the Interational Con-
greae of Women here. Two delegates
from each of the prlteipal natms rep-
reented wee nominated members ,1
the International committee. The eon-
grea adopted solution protesting
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COULDN'T SEE THE "SPORT"
Colored Messenger Evidently Would
Never Make One of a Party
Fishing for Tuna.
At the capitol one day a California
representative was discoursing on the
sport of fishing for tuna off the Pacific
coast.
"We go out in small motor boats,"
said the representative, "and fish with
a long line baited with flying fish.
Anything less than a hundred-pound
tuna Isn't considered good sport."
Just then a colored messenger, who
had been listening, stepped up.
"'Scuse me, sub," said he, wide-
eyed,-"but did I understand yo' to say
dat yo' went flshin' to' hundred-pound
fish in a little motah boat?"
"Tee," said the congressman, with
a mile, "we go frequently."
"But," urged the darky, "aln't yo'
teared pe' mightsetc one ....



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regenerate sinner is spiritually dead.
He must be born again. Now, you
may revive a partially drowned body,
or a partially frozen body. The re-
generate soul's life often weakens
and wanes, until the flame almost
flickers out. But if there be the least
spark of life loft, It can be fanned
Into a flame; and like the apparently
dead cinder in the smithy's forge,
that spark. will touch others and
kindle a flame toat will enthuse a
church, a city or even a nation. A
revival of religion, then, must logic-
ally begin with the Church. auoh Is
the divine order.-Cbristlai Herald.

Kitohener's Comment.
A good story is going the roUnas
about what Lord Kitchaear mid the
other day after he bad Inspected some
defense works on the east eoast. It Is
short and sweet"
The war minister motred from
point to point walked over to Igound
iut never aid a word all afttqeon
until the motnebt he was leaving for
LAndon. Then be opened hit iain
mouth.
"Those trenches of yours," he a1dd,
"wouldn't keep out the SalvatlMa Ar
MY." "

Glot ams qulnt old .er..a
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HAVE PROVED THEIR METTLE
Seldlore of the Present Day Show
Bravery at Least Equal to That
of Their Forebears.


The C lht, LiU th SN Carp,
IMI F r Frli Polt, Attked
in soy waIf

CAPTAM A KCREW KLLE
Believed Sunken Vesel Was Torpe.
deed iy German Submarine,
,Claim Angle-Freneh
London.-The American oil tank
steamer Ou fight, wlch .sailed from
Port Art) T p as, April 10, for Rou-
en FraMo waa toe off the
Silly Isleids, forn to a& Central
News dispatch. The crew of the tank
steamer Gulflight haa been landed en
the Bcilly Islands, according to an-
other dispatch received by the Cen-
tral N.ews agency.
The officers are quoted as saying
that the captain of the vessel had
been killed and that two sailors lost
their lives by drowning. The crew
of. the Gulflight was take off by a
patrol boat and the tank steamer in
being towed by another vessel.
The captain of the Gulflight, ac-
cording to the same advices, died of
heart faithre as a result of shock.
Two seamen jumped overboard and
were drowned. The vessel was towed
Into Crow sound and beached.
The Gulflight was a steel vessel
built at Camden, N. J., in 1914. She
was owned by the Gulf Refining com-
pany. The vessel was 383 feet long,
61 feet beam, 80 feet deep and Qf 3,202
tons burden. Sh was. equipped with
wireless telegraphy apparatus.
JAPAN CONCEDES
Flowery Kingdom Decides Not To Be
So Harsh In DemandseOn The-
Celestial Republic

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^go ehr, but maorain after umornun. .
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ca ti ght the sname coffee you would never rest until you had tried it.
whaf tc' s- (A great many more women than live in your town are using
"M, w pvrnioj Dt Few~q Wl m J. r "Arbuctle' Coffee. In millions of homes throughout the country,
o otl L 4eUst SAnow te y. a. re a plw :Arbacklet' is considered neessary to make breakfast complete.
ankpOt, in AsA s e on the 1e iw s So rapidly has its sale increased, so popular ha it become, that
Tus ave Atao.Frmrh trep Bt yo'uebe i, kel to ge hew today atore of it ii sold than any other packaged coffee. Arbuckle
S, out oo, a fnoi1 ,t is pure coffee,-cOntains no chicory.
S....... o..ant stamp--rt Arthur (Tn.) Get I from your grocer today- either the whole bean or the found.
Coj'*tipln;-The -.left wing of I"Noltice the smiles of satiKactlen at the
Sthe enit '"was attled by the Tturk c breakfast table. Ty it. Give your fa r u .y* uh trily editfor r
several times In Aaiatio Turkey ner "I ca11 a de a s pde." ly the enjoyment of driking the mt
Gaba Twepe, and drive back in a "I deaS taoe a chane on begin so oa coee S Aeric. ..
aTrtherly ldreohon towad ,Art Baras positive 41h1s tlae of yee+. I'm Ulable He g
my morning to have to call It a enow
TFmO An oeac troop s attempted ps otiser tobaTito an advae to avold an etectIve mank sho ." 'Y a d
fire lby i-e Tuth artillery, bMt weree
drive tee to their old po tle s by Not Guilty.
the Turkish attoek "Wihi what does this me st
awlfhs opeailoni the Tuk ta ouWo box Qf elganretta ocn yocrr
t1red 0two 1a01ftike hdesab& alltie a
material and m t lefn landed by h's lo mamma. To see, I took 'emn
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All'the rules have gone smash In
the war. There's an old one In the
British army that you ought to begin
to look to retreat when ten per cent of
the men are down. In ours it is 16.
In all armies It Is either 10 or 15. Brit-
Ish regdments have stuck when 60
per cent were out. German and
French regiments have continued
charming when only a handful were
still alive or unwounded. Men have
never fought so bravely as In this war.
The Idea that humanity was getting
soft was the most ridiculous piffle that
ever emanated from a "knocker" of
the good old human race.
In the old times you fought for a
few, hOrs and the battle was over. If
you were uncertain of your courage,
you took a drink before you charged.
Now yo falht day after day; you face
the enemy In apprehension that-any
moment 6 shell may bury you alive or
eviscerate you. Hand grenades are
tossed back and forth like bouquets.
It's a war of nerves, and in this age
of nerves the highly civilized and or-
ganised man is standing what would
utterly demoralize a savage.-Freder-
ick.Palmer In Collier's Weekly.
losema? Use Tetterine.
"I have been ,troubled with Eqsema on
the face for nearly twb years, and a few
applications of 'Tetterlne and theo tof
Tetterine Soap has entirely cured me. I
cannot.say too much for It prale."
Myricks. Maia. Mrs. 8. Haskin.
. Tetterine cures Ecsema, Dandruff, Itch-
Ing Piles, Ring Worm and every form of
scalp and Ikin Diseas*. Tettermie Ue;
Tetterine Soap c. At drufglsts. or by
mall direct from The Shuptrlno Co., Sa-
vannah, Ga.
With every mail order for Tetterlawe
ive a box of Shuptrlne's 10 Liver PlUs
fee. Adv.
The Clock Was All Right.
A man went Into a clock store and
handed out the pendulum of a clock,
which he wished to leave for repairs.
The elockman asked him why be
didn't bring the whole clock.
"The clock Is all right," was the 4
ply. "It's the pendulum that won't go
As soon as I plled that out, the rfat
1at like the very dlckeM."-Judge.


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Notice of the June Examination
The regular State Uniform Ex-
amination for teachers, will
commence on Tuesday, the 8th
day of June 1915, at 8 o'clock a.
m., in the High School building
at Inverness.
All teachers who expect to
teach in Citrus county and do
not hold an unexpired Certifi-
cate, should take this examin-
ation. Teachers will be required
to supply themselves with legal-
cap paper, pens and ink.
Application blanks for this
examination can be secured at
the County Superintendent's
office. One dollar will be
charged each applicant, accoid-
ing to law, to pay expenses of
the examination.
R. L. TURNER,
Supt. Public Inst.
Col. Lewis Hamilton, 14 years
resident at The Rock, comment-
ing on the article in your issue
of 23rd, entitled "Happenings
in April," adds this interesting
data: "I was born in North
Carolina, April 8th, 1847, enlist-
ed with three brothers in Con-
federate army April 10th, 1801,
surrendered with two brothers
and General Robert Edward Lee
April 9th, 1865, other brother,
Col. Tom Hamilton in hospital
with leg off, lost three days be-
fore General Lee surrendered.
Col. Lewis Hamilton wishes it
emphasized that none of the four
brothers have been reconstruct-
ed. W. 0. LzioH

SOUTHERN INVENTORS

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.
Fla.-B. S. Burnett, Jackson-
villa, Permutation lock; J. H.
Moore, Mulberry, Flexible el-
bow; R. W. Stuckey, Orlando,
Penholder.
Ala.-S. D, Wills, Fort Payne,
Spring mounted wheel; Mike
Lutenberger, Blocton, Bottle;
A. R. Houston Ensley, Screen-
ing conveyor: Ben H. Gray,
Mobile, Wheel flange lubricatoi.
Ga.-Thomnas W. Bush, Col-
quitt, Combined car fender and
brake; Isaac F. Arnow, St.
Marys, Shovel.
AH! THE INVIGORATING WHIFF OF
THE PINE FOBESTI
How it clears the throat and head
of its mucous ailments. It is this
spirit of Newness and Vigor from
the health-giving Piney Forests
brought back by Dr. Bell's Pine-
Tar-Honey. Antiseptic and healing.
Buy a bottle to-day. All Druggists,
25c.
ELCOTBIO HITTaRS A SPRIno TONIc


Marion


Hardware Co.


OCALA, FLORIDA

Sash, Doors and Blinds
Pumpe, Pipe, Valves and Fittings
and Well Material. American Field
Fence, Galvanized Corrugated


Rooting.


John Deere Steele Plows
and Cultivators


WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS


EAT=

VELVET


ICE CREAM
MADE WHERE

"CLEANLINESS IS PARAMOUNT"

Jersey Milk and Cream Pasturized.
No Canned Milk. Come and see.
Phone Us Now
Special Designs to order for
Lodges, Picnics, Churches, Par.
ties, Weddings, Etc. Out of
town orders a specialty. Write
for Prices, Etc., and Suggestions

Marion Bottling &
Ice Cream Co.
10 W. Fort King Ave.
PHONE s25 : Ocala, Fla.
Next Door to Theu-Zachry

Crystal fish & Oyster

Company
"OURS ARE BEST"
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FISH and OYSTERS

Send us a trial order and be
convinced.


CRYSTAL RIVER


FLORIDA


DR. W. L. COOK
DENTIST

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

Wood's Seeds

Cow Peas
are one of the best and surest
of summer forage and soil
improving crop.
We have all the best
varieties:
New Era. Brabham, Iron.
Grot. WhippoorwlfU
Red Rippers. Clayp.
Blacks, Etc.
All choice recleaned stock
and of superior quality.
Write us for prices and
-Wood'. Cro Spea giv-
Ing information about Cow
Pe. Si* a orhums.
Seasonable Seeds.
T.W. WOOD SONS,
4Um, nmAM3L, Vs.


Send your printing to the
News office, and get the "Quai.-
ty Kind." .


Notice of Application For Tax Deed
Notice is hereby given that George W.
Hyde, purehaserot that part of tax oerttii-
cate number 48, dated July 8rd, 19M., em-
bracing the land hereinafter described, has
flied said certificate in my office and iuo
made application for tax deed to issit'
thireoi. Bald certificate embraces t he fol-
lowing described land in Citrus county,
Florida, to-wit:
HeNof neY of Section 12. Township Is,
outhl, Range 16,. Est, 40 acres.
Sanid land beingassessed at the ditte of tihe'
issuance of such certificate in the iianie of
Friink Helm.
Unless said certificate shall be redeenmed
according to law, tax deed will issue thereon
on the 10th d(lay of May, A. 1)., 1915.
Witness my official signature and seal this
6th day of April, A. )D., 1915.
WALTER F. W.UINOCK,
Clerk Circuit Court, Citrus County, Florldn.
((ourt Heal) 4-30-15


Fresh Groceries
are muchly desired
ALL OF MINE
ARE FRESH
Besides giving you the low-
est prices on Flour, Meat,
Lard, Sugar, Butter, Eggs,
Rice, Grits, Meal. Etc., we
handle

fresh Vegetables,
and the choicest Canned
Goods and ruits at
lowest prices

Mrs. L.S. BLACK


BAUM & VAN ROY

CRATE CO.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Orange Boxes and Tomato
Crates, Etc.
Mso Building Material.
Crystal River, Florida

CALL ON
J. E. LEWIS
YOUR JEWELER
And give him your work that
you need done. Boys give him
your order for that watch or ring
you aim to give her.
Hse uarantees 111 Jewelery He Sells
Crystal RIver. Fla.


SAY!!

What It Takes
-POR THAT-

SATISFIED FEELING


Travers' (otIt

Tra s' Ice Cream


if you purchase an article from us-Lanything from a paper
of pins, or a can of milk, to a wooden overooat-sad when
you get'it home you are dissatisfied, SEND IT BACK. we
will cheerfully refund your coin first% then ask you why,
because we want to get your viewpoint; we want to look at
the article from your side of the counter and know WHY it
does not look good to you,
we want your confidence
we want your trade
we want new customers
but we want satisfied customers, most of all.







REMEMBER OUR DISCOUNT
ON EVERY CASH PURCHASE
Ask About It.


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INCORPORATCOED
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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 have beautiful water front dita for
Winter or summer homes.


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the Stationery Line---Don't be
Absent-minded

REMEMBER

FIRST,

"Who's
Your
Printer?"

it shoeM e the e ewhe prices
THE BEST RESULTS
It is Good Printing that can Create
the Desire to Buy Your Goods.
Printina doneby the NEWS Is the
Most Effloient Commodity Made or
Hold in this County. It is an invest.
mnent, not an expense, and Pays big
Dividends. Let the NEWS Help You
Get Richer.

Crystal River News
Grystal River, Florida


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