Title: Crystal River news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075892/00082
 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: May 21, 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: VID00082
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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l taiMb the th ai o
Sp> e ..who it ai listed with'
-he. churches in our state Mil)-
4 welcome an opportunity to gIY#'
ral aand public expression tla
.. toe unaivral" delhe .prevailii
til country for she'reto .
M i t i pea of among' th
-;, i e*of the.world., ;
t oli n complete syea 1
lai imov6ment, I.
isetnor. of the Asi
4im it proper to eo-
of tOn a"

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churatea # ^rI
exerides for p-a004k
p"esi e.obeeonmo e.;, lid days
." i the"nte-Mi of promoting
pea.e, ood 'ellowsblp and
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K t our 06unty
Seho* 0s arintendent, was
QW05g Os lo last Friday.
S .v. H.I P. Blocker .held ser.
Tvice here last Sunday and a
great many attended, all very
glad to hear him speak again.
Mr, J. J. Brown has returned
from his visit to his son in Bluff
4 1..,p in, ll.. looking Very tnuch
better after having a very plea-
eant trip.
SW are glad to hear that there
S ii l omne much neoded im.
'' ovenent. made to our school
O e here. A respectable shel.
S .I for the little ones to stay in
i1; day and stdy, is a compll.
t." i the. men of the com.
*f '. ". ow does it feel, to sit
| ,- ot g f with the cold winter
w.1e^4 W~ng o4 yurW face ahd

F. M. 8eokigper has 'removed
his barber shop f'em this place
to Ft. Meade, business not being
nfoient to warrant his iemsain.
in- -.
.-rs. Johln-i.t Thoe. Bailey
t Gorgi., .we .here visit ng

visit relative there oa eday
itta J. I. olmm. o. Gaines.
"W'le the Rust of hebr sister,
ZNIS M. Van onM sevMeral
A.1I week.
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k "- 6'Vhittington
ateraftaen last.
ead cake wasi ervel
Oroft and WhitM
r which the little folk
inemlves with ga$pe*
present it the e6.
were, ile Whitt-
Sthel 8pnS Betoie
a, Mtthew and Reie
M. 8ires;, Jr.
ftr. Edgar ;t .y w

der, i a dane upoi

. Mrs.. DL. Obiotto auid child.
ren. ofi bamp's minesnear Ducn-
ellobn, were the giesto of Mr. and
Mro. A. F. Spooneto ofth city,
on last Sunday.
Dr. J. F. Miller of Invernen,
was a visitor here on lastSunday
morning. -
R. Mi4'pies and family ait.
tended chursb srvioes at Iner-
ness on lat Sunday evening.

Leeato Briefte*

0. A. Pound of Gainesville,
was a business caller here. Tues-
SMessrs. Gabel anb Alle,, from
Ocals were transacting boasiess
bere Tuesday.
Mr. A. 8. Kiag and family of
Orystal Rivr, were vistin hbere
lat Sunday.
* fri.. a. W VWl R eoipxaed
Mr. and Mnr. .1. Alien to I -.
verne"s Ttigay to have some
dental wotk done.
* Mr. I. A. ilueoset ,ysiat
River'o ,moi *te w .I i !-
inmn 41tav v 1 iV-m, '"
hen Tuees* Si'Ave'

wbo:w ItMp
hotel, rd

A nalo an Tm y fton
aed the ars $ hepe4qe
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Otnrnqnlty ih bvA
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poned on those. aItsh We have
a good Sunday School, the addi.
tion of a prayer meeting will be
a great help.
Miss iellie MoQurrie was with
no last Tuesday afternoon demon.
stratig on .the growing and
canning of tomatoes and other
vegetables. '
Mr. Newton Turner has left us
for ort Myers, his brother-inlaw
Mr. #Ialc bali taken bpodUtion
on a passenger best and moved
his family there, his run i frohm
Fort .Mer tl o X1y Wea then to
Tampa. ewton ioes as Oiler
o.the same. boat, we iop he
will do well, but should ot be
surprised at any time tNo e him
back. It is hard for the- boys to
leave Red Level.
The friend or Mio OpieDixon
will be ulad to know she is till
eomparnon to Mrs. Wall awho
is quit as Invalid. 011Oliwe
ovey you of all year iloe s ie
on toe water. ,
Miss iJs OOiWE is liei i

guest iof iiends.

with their bright llttlsw

rtheta oew iona lou at
the pnreimlear ie Bl contest
-be id n'ranae lem, on th.e
ave nIN of February 264, s now
the holder of a title tat ills his
native village, Lake PlacI4, with
justifiable pride. Mr Green is
"14ew York's Choice," having
beon awarded first place and the
$60 cash prise by the unanimous
contiet of the judge in the
Inteseholastic kinle Oontest
which wa- hel.'in arll Hall,
.Qoluimbia University on the
Evening of Thursday, rMarch
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'The news reached Lake Plkid
Viday evenings, ad soon spread
throughout -the yIllag, oasiug

tran at 7t00 P. M. Saturday for
the true demonstration of the
feellngu entertained by Lake
Placid's enthusiastic inhabi-
No conquering Caesar in Im.-
perial Rome-no successful
knight returning from conquest
and battle-no valiant warrior,
crowned with the laurel wreath
of victory, even received more
worthly or cordial reoeptiob than
did New York's choice of ortors,
(Os Green, upon his return to
Lake Plscid last Saturday even.
Amid the martial strains of
the Lake Placid Band, the enthu.
elastic cheering and songs of two
hundred high school boys and
girls, the' hundredM ofoitilps
and friends, the bang of toe
dees and the glare of edI res,
heralded the arrival of the tirai
which broeghtour her home. -.
Otis green a solhomore in
the Lake ,placld Hglak chool,
winner of e 0- Inteiolatie
C forat6nrao oteot hel4 at
lambia,, Univ ty, ab oMre
eard-0tthe doWr af the Pttnf
*mia.n an esihusiare hlgb
scin* eswd e d he.l ii. l3
pl aig bUi hIgb .. tlu

IlteaN. e eoilneet em ent ll
is th ifoweaminute
*wisti- at the pl ot p on .as
act tbo crate a{ ItW ,
ie to raslyil pped thatdeiu .
the* bw n of. Ji ha.,e
Aumait e. anciamtio da.i s ;y
bip pliant had caught fire a
*ai in danger or would be .-
romed, thus, wiping out on of -u .-
Wr sudymotawtis adsieo pa- '
por. Fortuatly t the orm wa ",
confinedto a mall $ Ireidence ia
ion 'and family. n e m ilw ..
minute. fter the alarm the do.
prtimenot was on hand with .
pod stream of water. V-. .
o.n thereafter three rpid e
extinguishers abroad, ww "" -
and speedy motor arrived upn
theo so and in a few Mnoami
threafterthe fire hlid b een ,
aiphixiated, uentailing low of se '
root by AIre and slight damage ,
to the contents by water and
chemicals. L,

mobiles containing the Board of
Eduoation- and High School
faculty. At the rear of the
came the gBih School pupils
with hors, noise maohimneof
every description an4 banners.
Tien the crowds, of adminirer.
Red 're -illumiaed the streets.
Martial music by the band,
chOeri and soap by the crown
made the parade a lively on.
Atr rtter'i Drugs tore the
poceeioa hahi, lTh. enter.


Urncl'toodo a pedet while
a spot 'light played upon our
national father. The band play-
ed "America" tribute to the
living pitcure.
The procession again halted i"
front of the happy Hour The.
water, where the band rendered
a selection. Uponarrival at the
home of Mr. Great the crowd
lifted the champion from Me
deigh and dlevating lMm upon
their shoulder, thustheo earned '
him to t ibe porch ofbinhse. r
Mr. Green a few well hoe "
word thanked the school aad -i...^
eitisma for their isterest in ts -

The crowd dipersed, feeling
that they had ia *mMll measb r
at least paid, the homag duoe U. .
We Pladdiad

larel-, Pus AasIMi .
ligbt ties, vilsti,
l. Veron, W

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Nogales, Mexico.-General 8osa
with 400 Villa troops, arrived at Es
peransa, where a small American col
only has been in battle with Yaqul
Indians. The Indians are enraged be
cause the Mexican factions have fail
ed to redeem a promise to return to
them lands in the Yaqul river valley.
Villa authorities here have been lai
formed that American owners of the
Yaqui valley lads about Bsperanm
have asked the Washington govern.
ment to order a landing party from
one of the American warships on the
Mexican coast to go to the aid of the
American colonists.
It is reported that Admiral Howard,
,onmanding the Pacific fleet, has dla.
patched the erulser New Orleans to
OGuaymas, from Mansanillo. Disturb.
ances recently reported, however,
have been at inland points, where aid
could not be sent.


King Victor Declines To Accepti Re-
Ignation Of Italian-Cabinet.
Act Approved

Rome.-News that King Victor Emp.
manuel will not accept Premier Salan-
dra's resignation and that Salsadra
and Baron Sonnino, the foreign min.
sister, will remain in power, is spread.
ing like wildfire throughout Rome and
creating an excellent impression.
All the people seem satisfied at so
quick a solution of the crisis, it being
believed that otherwise serious trou-
ble was inevitable. It'was asserted
that the populations are doteruled
that a night would not pass without
such a demonstration of violence as
would render the will of the people

Jdry Tests Thaw's Sanity
New York.-The appellate division
of the supreme court decided that it
would not interfere with the plans
to have Harry K. Thaw's mental sts,-
tus placed before a jury for deter-

In Cellar With Rate
Washington.-'"Mother" Mary Jones
continued her story of the Colorado
coal strike.before the ladustrial
nations commission. be told of he-
nlas carried away tom the strik *ld
by militiamen and r .eommeat
when she endeavora4 tfr ~ etu-. a
wasiala iheld, sh sa 1 d 't ..
dayit In a solar,- with sqwer.
"MoUther" Jaes w.read a P
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British Ferore Claim To Be Holding a
Big Army Of Teutons in Cheek
Till French Arrive

London.-The belligerents on both
the east and west fronts are engaged
in most momentous battles. The
Prench, who already have gained pos-
session of what was thought to be
Impregnable German positions north
of Arras, are reported to be continuing
their victorious advance, while the
British are asserted to be holding a
large force of Germans in their front
and repulsing all German attempts to
reach Ypres, which has proved the
graveyard of so many thousands of
men since the opposing lines were es-
tablished there last autumn.
The Germans claim to have made a
slight advance, but with the battle
ebbing and flowing that is not con-
sidered serious in military circles
here. Along toward the coast the Bel-
gian army has repulsed an attempt of
the Germans to regain the bridgehead
which King Albert's forces establish-
ed on the right bank of the Yser ca-
nal, while down in the Woevre an-
other French army is pushing its of-
fensive, and claims to have gained
possession of the whole of the forest
of LePretre, which would be a step
nearer in the allies' aim to force the
Germans to evacuate St. Mithiel.
The Austro-Germans, after their
lightning-like rush through western
Galicia, now have reached a line run-
ning due north and south to the west
of Przemysl, while the other armies,
emerging from the Carpathians, are
pressing the Russian flank. Even up
in Poland, it is asserted that the vic-
tory of the Teutonic allies in the
south has had the effect of forcing the
Russians to fall back.



Guarantee Demanded By President
That Lusitania Horror Will
Not Be Repeated

Washington.-President Wilson had
virtually decided on the first step is
the policy which the United States
government will pursue as a result
of the sinking of the British lines
Lusitania with the loss of more than
a hundred American lives. The preso
dent will act promptly. A draft of a
communication to be sent to Germany
was submitted to the cabinet and ap
proved unanimously. While no offi
clal announcement was ma4e, it was
learned that the United States would
present and insist upon an explana-
tion' of the series of incidents which
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the sinking of the Falaba causing the
death of Leon C. Thresher, an Ameri.
can citizen; the attack by German air
men on the American steamer Cush.
ing, the torpedoing of the American
steamer Gulflight and finally the d .
struction without warning of the Luast
tania with a toll of more than a thou-
sand lives. In what are described by
those familiar with the document a
firm and unmistakable terms, the
president voices the Intense feeling
of the United States over these hap-
penings, and in the name of interns-
tlonal law demands an adherence by
Germany to the established rules of
maritime warfare,


Sea Of Maxim Gorky L.eee Arm
Alexander Gorky, son of Maxim Qor-
ky, the Russian writer, was wounded
while serving with the French army,
and, as a result, his right arm has
been amputated at the American ho-
pital- at Neullly.
Two Companion Bodies Diseovered
Professor Barnard of the Yerkes
observatory at Williams Bay, Wis.,
has discovered two companion bodies
near Bellish's comet, according to an
official announcement received at the
Harvard observatory. One of the bod-
les, observed on May 12, was conspic-
uous and had a distance from the
comet of 28 seconds, and a position
angle of 286 degrees. The other body
was faint and occupied an intermedi-
ate position in the same linMe. ,
Sebastian Woman Given Freedom
Charles E. Sebastian, suspended
chief of police, who won the mayoral-
ty nomination, and Mrs. LUo Pratt
were acquitted at Los AAeples, CaL,
of the charge of atnilbri ftl to the
delinquency of ith Blrtu, Mrs
Pratt's ward and helA t tr. Sea-
tonal charges mde gatat them
were declared by the defense to be
part of a plot ainat SebaMla, .wbe
was nominated for mayor 'wtle the,
trial wqs in progress,
Uapsta LeAV Mexide Cfty
Vers Cmru d ehO say tIW'ta
pate tlws aee*s 6 e wiawu r af
Mexico wOt o a that tbep.talp be
166 left w% arritgow
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Wilson Gives First Intimation Of
What America's Policy
Will Be

Philadelphia. President Wilson
gave to a gathering of 4,000 natural-
ized Americans the first intimation of
the course the United States probably
will pursue in the situation resulting
from the loss of more than a hundred
American lives on the British liner
Lusitania. He spoke by implication,
but his hearers interpreted his re-
marks as meaning that while the
United States would remain at peace
it would seek to convince Germany of
the injustice to mankind of the trag-
"America," said the president,"must
have the consciousness that on all
Aiei it t l e s AUdL t .
S &a m ple of Am "e
must be a special example. And
it must be an example not mere.
ly of peace, because it will not fight,
but becae peace Is a healing and
elevating influence of the world; and
strife is not.


Desperate Struggles Take Place in
Western War Theater-planders
Scene Of Carnage
London.-Another big battle has
been added to tou taking place in
landems and wester allda, the
Ruslmans having taken the offensive
in eastern OGall, Bukowlna and
along the Daleste river.
According to the Russian report the
Muscovites have driven the Austrians
back along a 4alle front, capturing
many prisoners ad making a great,
haul of booty. Tie Russians also are
said to have taken energetic action
against the Germans who raided their
Baltic provinces and to have recap-
tured the town of Shavil, while in con-
tral Poland they are on the offensive
along the BSura ivoer.


Britons Attack Germans In Englleh
Cities To Avenge Lusitania
London.-The sinking of the steam.
er Lusitana ha Aroused to a violent
e .ma the emoder i g hatred and
mpoldon of Gerumans iving Ian g-
land. This anloesity baa found ex-
predslon during the lst twenty-four
hours In attack k Gtabs and their
*hopa in Lomdm m ctveapil while
tein have 116 )"aor dltfibances in
fauclestor, r fi4 da and
a few other Phaae. windows otpany
Ierman atops I-u i ,iro and
sone shops we" EBed. The pO.
prietors ,e Jhe ; raly ere
d*ven &aw by bs l
of the pesons a epte
to haT T Sre

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iWt tlt".|ef)alfith
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Among the bills signed was one
abolishing the office of municipal
judge of Plant City; an act creating
the municipality of Dunedin, Pinellas
county; and an act establishing the
municipality of Lake Worth.
Both house and senate engaged in
disposition of bills on their third read-
ing. After lengthy argument the house
,kWed_ ~q s bill regulating the
telegraph and telephone offices Ad
certain other establishments in the
The senate passed the Jones bill
creating a state library, as well as
the act relative to stock killed or in-
jured at phosphate mines; the act
to prevent payment of fraudulent
claims against counties and municipal.
cities; the act to protect hotels, inn-
keepers, lodging houses, boarding
houses and eating houses; the act re-
lating to the practice of pharmacy in
the state; the Himes hill requlrng
prompt payment for labor and mate-
rials by contractors on public works.


Talk Heard That Executive Veto Of
New Judicial District May Be

Tallahassee.-The legislature is now
confronted with its first opportunity
to override a veto of the governor
for the first time this session. The
governor sent to the senate a mes-
sage announcing his veto of a bill
which created the twelfth judicial cir-
cult and which provided for the ap'
pointment of two additional judges and
a state attorney. The proposition was
conceived by the Duval County Bar
Asoseclation to relieve a congestion of
court matters.
Because of the great volume of busi-
nesn the lawyers of that circuit say
they have found themselves handicap-
ped in their work to no small degree
and they souhgt relief through the
creation by the legislature of an ad-
ditional circuit. The act was to pro-
vide for the cutting down of the
fourth circuit to include only Duval
and Nasau counties and give that cir-
eul( an additional Judge, making in all
he Duval Oelegation is considerafi
the qestin of whether it would be
the beat course to attempt to over-
PM. the governor's veto or try to
meet the g6veruor's sugestiona by
the passOge of other il. -
Omrelatlng Library SI .
Tallabhaseee.O of so hIe isa
gasst by the hose ot areOpreOtw
tliven o iat by Mr. Grayo( f

intrv of Btyvotalweteae*

LABOR BILL, unrA,,*,*

Measure Was Lost By Close Vote T
Create State Labor StatlStie
Bureau In Florida

Tallahassee.-For the fourth time in
as many sessions of the legislature,
the measure providing for the creation
of a bureau of labor statistics has
gone down in defeat. The measure
was up for final passage in the house,
and after an hour or more spent in
discussing it it was voted down by A
vote of thirty-three to twenty-one.
Representative Martin of Hlllabor.
ough and Representative Pinney of
St. Lucie, as well as Representative
Dancy of Duval fouhgt bard for the
bill's passage. In opposition were Rep.
resentatives Harrison of Duval, Turn-
bull of Jefferson,' Lake of Seminole
and Henderson of Lee.
The measure had the endorsement
of the state federation of labor, and
it provided for the appointment of a
commissioner to gather labor statis-
tics, Inspect the sanitary condition of
factories and work shops.
For a time it appeared that the bill
might be passed in amended form. An
amendment striking out the appoint-
ment of a commission and placing the
work under the jurisdiction of the
commissioner of agriculture had been


Governor Affixes Signature To The
Measure Placing Firemen On
Pension List

Tallahassee.-Governor Trammell
attached his signature of approval to
a bill providing for a pension fund for
members of the Jacksonville fire de-
partment, and the bill appropriating
$420,000 for higher institutions of

London.-The king of Italy
fused to accept the resigNal
Signor Salandra, and the pri
whole war cabinet retain 9fa
it is confidently bo4li
shadows the plmolt,_

I lerenta oAn ie wls
MAtion, bowevs, a9O
til the o the sf the
ties when the pemiaet g.
his policy and will ee
port of the majority of S
Should the expected aM st .
materialize, the 0alliets1 10" =
better position than ev t
their big ofeure mi
Austria and Germa .-

by the resignatIo at'l
subid a lar gei's T m
people are awaiting
Italy is reported tdo to 3JU uI
diers ready for w Vlr, i i
come. There are rpot
tween Austrian ad It
the frontier. .. ..


Portuguese Republia e
Gain Control Of -''
GovernBLM .

Lisbon.-The sueases
lutionary forces ba
The new government,
presided over by JaMe
proclaimed from the
city hall, and the
received with e.th .u I .
Complete narn" tib,
FighUng in the trt
tween. the mutineersa'
troops. The bo ar
owing to a lack of iI
number of persons.
Js said to have be .l r '
Premier Dato aa
Spanish battleship
rive at Lesboa to is
and other fore

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Washington DiplematSW 64 There
Will Be No Ret b
Lusftanla He "* *

Washington.-Witheat wa roa
Ambassador Gerard -iste Oe n aw
attitude toward the 4e*0e A-meiean
note, official Wasangti '1attaChed
much significance to iUtlaW~tus in
diplomatic quarters here ftriMly to
Germany that the reply might M atain
an offer to suspe&SU attaks without
warning on meretant ships m', the
United States would repr Its itfor-
mal proposals for -unreltrltei pass-
age of foodstuffs to German oilUaas.
Well informed European diplomats
asserted that Germany most certainly
would offer to settle the questions at
issue by arbitration or diplomacy
with an agreement to ab hdon the
submarine warfare whilt the discus-
sion was in progress.
Officials-have been reticent at dis-
cussing the idea of atbitratiod or a
proposal with reference to foodstuffs,
but it is indicated that the situation
has progressed to the point where the
United States would nol be likely to
be satisfied with any conditional ac-
quiescence in the American position.
It was intimated, however, that if Ger-
many accepted the American point of
view, the natural tendency of the
United States, of its own initiative,
would be strongly to press its conten-
tion on the right to abip foodstuffs to


Italy Believed To Have Cast Die To-
Enter European Conflict -0
Side Of Allies



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a~g~s ad laughed au IMO de. No oe will be able to draw I ot w llSMIa t 9 O to wIll e.
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"me trtely oiat Mbiw trkyi it o i r l ll t is a hth ha toe yo" thbe their ily be r *d4 or. e mt ton sa aid ninw ea 1 withe
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iithoaw thtatahe lrw Vto l e M mArW to WHNt ht hrg teh pd aare te s8 u I B oblthat Wa ethate ldwiysth Ial" Tt fr TOt.

Sdas woulw.Mt h_ NBto .l tIM.l teM 4 iltovaw ph Ot WF ha kekd k u ade *r i a d Olasrit and abt. term. with your relations "r
_s l M sdt bUe e.n yM a p th-o a. yfth who wit h I t r.ty wi Ia. I Me bep ve to wundWetad "Oh, ye., but they're not on too
S g a nme bt t, l te t e Miatil t t f u ~ i af mIa be Id tnhat he bw lleO met hse mat," relatlonA with my term ." -
Dy to Nil I tie Mth Itek b. He I tluo tppod. Arthur ba I*Ltin knatItol tis arfIt :Ot' It a le a that has a terp*
.ig th itour baldMu t g d y tu It away froi e*eh. w wec rtlyu of weaInt. Poe l. Aft n," Watis -ton add.I hoIt ImortlyouWOt like to
wMllw tha I he way. m still mie. that It ole tattf bto. went hiaIe Ie Irltet to Aw ieod. from at Joibn' ting o hia rerve; you'ree the only ,S lto eIa evelit. I_
Sslpeal to Bln. H eaptfathe lablha od had a i.oa tollie ier i b l o l el l A l hver a elp- trlonestld have. Whoyld. Bunt tel you O- can't get your t .ion-
or ay oth` r of thol ailapldr To beld brid. Thp110 raeswoke pe wM plifr thdv nowi flThew. that Imupmediately I sn olan out la s, summr Why, ant you o igood
ewho put lowr and elivalry abo. e at l aothlaI Ona Blaes' l i0t o. Wit Vah twadtWfto hour iad would be eaich of him, and that w f I ghtd B th your relations?
b toe l othlr tblns. e 8he at up Itn bId, aatally wo ttor s: to deRos aapint that Itt I have o to hiundersm tha wo yes, bt tut they're not ron goo
.as tolal the loa I fawe. withla la theIrtsse lIod. At.ur hadi o I It Wld to traute b llopdng he eve heard toll 'o." lon Ug sr Ovthat aers e.
aald, hav .pa vla I thisat s pllton blt brildat e t 7 Td ov h l.h lt le ddn otm a "1 oIn a t wot to a nl t to Ms n. at it, chdArfe gra f hI Ov itelI
twrolhave wole iswayo s l ltalWl that trplaampalsttbl4 hi when ao At tuats toAitWa. from Sto. Jonappr btins has eiteae, "you'e the only "y s t
th coolbeta, whose ta It wast had ambitlo toWtI brid isoo, d t Lal Agelea whoreve fr a ewslpla friend I havn. tWhy shouldn't I tall you CAbI* ThOI awastadkra.

O rYru Other of thoell y morpler at O buld briaM,-a t ar ." *a -awoket uiAtI t plrivat oAle of lhe ewthation to baek ap right by mgo ht. Tihe original place and rilenneta m
,Kw tr. at .aut thqer work uletly for He waa Paol BIfI.(a 1 i4 Ith. MIIok eu i mngl wisI, gravely and with Pour years aeo I vowet thM Iome day of the "Swasttka" sIla are allk* ua-
whr of pstiead hivalry. and they boad bltted.Bl-Ie t of itudl14 powltene handed to him an I'd meet him on equal tersa. i may known, various theoreI having bh
before bad hired t lmoi t ngmeate- their lives by d ustro i all phy rl a e d o againstthleatam. not see you a If the glettetor of forward In werthe wors to both
ly after daover. she endes ored to als of im. There wa ronethtine "l ndt;Wr i-wo rred to let you open eledit turnhe up. yo know what to do Uons. It sa certain, however, ttstth
usn1h s1ome ltldal work on ola eta- W Inltumni i the deliberatenem of It-. It., r. Warrttoo," he a1 d. with It. I'm keen to *et started. Good. Iymbol has been known for eenstrh,.C
broiderlea, but the need la ed aomethis unfaorvable. Warroi noted the lack of cor. by, and t hank you." d la prehtoric times In rou
lsorub t" tiu s t d elovrtal tolt after Th_ e had mId sio mo h attempt etltirr, but with paivoe rret.o The A tandtlaop, and e wright by o part. of the wor ld, pl an eand i i o
stitch. 8hu went to bed and trove to to live naee as asuIle oaf e. Thy coAu a1 aOra l a recovered hli ir. and ur yeash.'" thought the onul eday of bened waiction or good luck. Talbe
fleep, but that Swlmt h-fr I not had come r New ork to the ilttl proteundes4 s come absorbed IL the iral, "1 could have told him about the ia from the 8anskrlt and nose "eal-
toi woola. olimme ate- their vn se to leao bnd the uttor o l o hia dek. But n eewy the oundrie Ip the lke of a.of put forwardkn." The our-branto bd month qu
;...,,'eee the reitaI.tten liAlus sIhoo du e of tht," diIri kbi alli truth hU 10 d I e nothing save the And Wnrriigton, a he sought the I rmmatlc Iia has beert founa li
ly. St t lr1r i WhO h tha. Ar ai r asi e ealm, unamoed ex. cafe veranda, wilhed be could have Bwo.pe, Asia and America It was
SI 'a i tatettr. r e sear lathasr ed to let you open credit turns up. you know what to do nt known first in the bronze ae, tad it
00nish some Initial work on old em.inhuniad ito'thetdeliberateness of It.-iIkMr. Warri'ngton," he said. with It. I'm keen to et stall d Good. symbol has been known for centarie. I

broldrie, but the ed insisted something unforgivable. Warringtlt noted the lack o cor p by. that da ank you." and In. Dli tlye t he h istor price times, Iona tIOUI

upon and tt r They admade h attempt t but with passive re The an ande was o ra of the wKorld, has Tba Ari,
h,,a *i tert,, p-l"ettpitgeIaak iwe sollnterestMm'1 n what told th ill truth or hise d tasb known first In the brone aA.., and i

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SCRYSTAL RIPVER NESoT he extravagantr ortheItthe.o r rn'A t' huh

RvrInwh h.owhe ,oo o o. J. lhth as pnd,
PUBLISHED EV erY FIAY.rd efree t ao 17, 191e a est l rin i ther Cesal with
Mi'lroad fro m the bank to the n met in adjourned sesion. today of Rev asd Moors J.A.H. reene, adestg oor the
i' and possibly a tt le beyond. at 10 o'clock with Chaormant Will- wer thrown toethr, nd the bro' tefd ofutfir
S R T. he contract for h the rock et lame and Coiin er Turner, venmeonhe le o e i

pr l h IsssS!S. sp lssaS S tOchurchnthpentertained with lnrle c rod .1 atte y5^5Opei.
C ut erd t iste! wPuash s Alto Tit c o t bins on who charged B w ooks Davis and Kelley present. tist churh enterta wit an o.nd rbel d. on Mon
S' dntsat s ao. M u a o m a roMr. S. J. IJ. Hilburn came before the fashionedsi caeutifulwith Japan- da- _the l ..
slo. a se ime oAso a e au90 cent s load for a short haul Board in reference to the taxes "-The lanterns, flotweris, pennants in f s t
from the quarry. Boat hauled sessed against him on the timber e P late r floWers e, antd rn l t -e

o ADV RTISINGThe aser vernes, d the matter ws di- were trown together, and the broad

brought beforeteonciblo oand 0ere they nth aOllowd mto doto? nell, dtr ao. nd the mate wl n ,wtt
h eachressebrrponde nth. i he got tohaueteeTh
mmtrsienadvertlsementsi n he got to haul t the rk ti nd screen. crand i n ereed, and liaid over for further e

,I higdpooh inser uction d. the m out h.1 ce tsd b id s on thi, w ork aanai d ov etr f r out t e r f hi on ed on and r C eaR A**ER G Can t
per Inch eoh Inserto. penratesl in g from the ca too, at least s entt s as a eto accommodate
Aer ih ort onli be b one eape the. wp naevhe to for s atio lent he very larcrowdin attend- U Y I FA
Sioven advertners wihan to otrao t forpart of it, and goet $21.00 for t h This meeting beingespeclally held e UPrer therein te

tic ..5 fo a per line he t Ire the iol. for the purpol of h conference with1 vnoue l..e
ohemunlcthiiloOf pricOe couall subject t the trustees of the several road auto- TIe guests were received atg ei t.
h hr eo fet heoc o u nthkh el eo loo wo yd o o r b y M r s M a r y W h e e l e r a n d a C TNR G t
oo ut tonrs t s is the purpose of th co mnetrene f lwiha E. i e ubecpankes oo osa drehe in ae.
stoefhoever, t tlhe doe, tha per l- m dhaking mistakes, butIt seems igTrustesbeng se r alet satindlveroper stofthhe ei

ted tod, however, t them published, It only coste $800 to 1200 a county road fund taxes or the voice. v y pm
s a nd we have been told that the mile to build roadh e in this county, comingle, district Nno. 1. Jamesm&e leo y Mr. ope 75 cents
lk ed vof h avi ng th e p roc ed a p pretty b ig o n e th is tim e in not H older, N .AT W eaverihrouahfdthe.uest..silver ofin.s o the g ues ts. T
0, O p My O Where Alt hIM? getting bids on public work Cannon. program, which consisted entirelyhe ea -. 14 e.
where such an amount of money Crystal Rivwr, district No. 2. J. of old fashioned songs and instru- b li few smeebaus.
etc., printed in or some out, grading, hardening. So t aPriest and W. B. Holder. mental solos, Helen carried out beau- hildre cts
where ele, because the News involve b e that th reouncil has onto, district No. a J. A. tifully. Twoofthe songsweresung NAYIONT
city could nocil an estimate on a that two, if not more of our Johns, P. L. Allen and J. B g. i vn costumes representing the char-
.small job of printing, amounting citizens ask much d for the privledge Smvoth. aat the comingter. Dr. Lei,h represented "Old Gulf Breee and
only to $4.50. The matter was of bidding on this work. Why Floral City, districthNo. 4. T. D. Black Joe," and with his face
brought before the council and were they not'allowed to do so? Graham and W. B. Johnson.o"t blced, a irg of eac Drcd
they our was too Inverness, district No. 5. T. H. on his nose, a snowy wig and heard,
theydoar possthinkingbly thourprice as too If the council had advertised for Raustmsey, W. H. Boaswell and H. and dressed n overalls and leaninfor sale good Jersey
high instructed th now be c lerk to bids on thief knows work ahen he take it ley of the Board a uch committee onlo, "Ma arled hickory stick, he was w is ivin three allo
write to out of town printers and to the lowest bidder, as it is us- The purpose of the m meeting was -OlBlack oe. C. Tof milk a day.NCapt.

SIf THE NEWS IS WORTHY OF SUP- 2op e for frD^tin a dN d thepfollowing resoluton as Ben Bolta nk s Ada B. W. H. Ede I.T
see if it could be done cheaper. ally done in other places, it discussed, s also the manner and litGentle pink checked gingham apro
We also offered to print the would have at leass put them means of road building and repair- with a white sunbonnet tied under CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
town lookrdinang over lat week' of nd the criticism of the n for he coming year, also the her chin and swinging over her
cial we notice that the increased l tretmentyou must o to e ofwas 7 mills andge the rat should be levieroad shoulders, and a basket of flower
r fL of te r e Bl on tSer arm, sang "Comin' Through Leave City Dock 1 p. in.
fased to have them published, It only costs $800 to $1200 a county road fund taxes for the voice.d A Ct

'the size or paper tioph&. LAW nEE. *ato of aage for tfi s d JMS Mgan. MhHoperogra was afollows:
and we have been told that they mile to build roads in this count br, coming year. redoedThe program was as fo couples 75 cen
talked of having the proceedings, out and out, surveying cutting Ater, mlls, thoroughdiscussion, Mr. Irw on- e" bin. the crowd.in.ents
etc., prtiinted in thal or out, ing, hardening. So it Bowel moved that the Chairman Solo, "Silver Threads Among the Single 40 cents
week, and here are the exact lae Improvement Soci ety will erent a committee of two meml- rold,"Miss Helen Park. Children All Gu 20 entsr
fihere else, because the News mus th lawn at the council has i bor lage of the b road and three trustees nstmentaled out onto, "HomeSweet
could not afford to take it at judiciously paid somebody only btodraw up resolutions by a maority vote of where wesith variations, Christinebl
Their price. If they ad been as much money. and Mr. the voters at the coming road sub- Solo, "Star in b the East," Paulined over Ho' a oW u I
careful over a certain contract district election and the Chrman Mto be elrel. i Bdthii t.

quarter page ads and about 26 Music and contests amusing to hooden the th day of June, 1915, in served dellclous punch and oakes.
which involved several hundred Mboth young ils Ow l Mediln e appointed Messrs. Boswell, W.B. Instrumental Solo, "uwannee S
Sof the ad in the News. features of optimist Holder and W. B. Johnson of the River," Carrie Hy.Thrw For Sale

SOlo "Old Black Joe." Dr. Bese is it don't Ice cream, cake ad lemonade made, ir
dopay, we will ask possibly th question: will treasury He has absolute faith in his d- trustees and Messrs. Davis ad byKel- Leigh.ss Mae Bradle lefI have for sale'oodJersey
Why do they advertise?" iine-heknow when he takes it y of the Board as such committee Soo, "Myeterdany Leefor Ocal, beiarrng- cow which iivingthreeallons
for certain ailments erhe ets relief, and after deliberation, they present- ton. the eriou illne. of
I[ THE NEWS IS WORTHY Or SUP- People who take Dr. Kings New ed the following resolutions: Solo. "Ben Bolt," Mis Ada B. of milk a day.
Discovery for an irritating Cold are Willis. W, H. EsPEY.
upanadthatwill them remedy towo wholpenetratefore linings Citrus county for the year 1918 was Gentle Dove."

Pyou Rsy it doesn't pay yoRT it't loaiem ask the patronage of do reommasd to the electors at the who is in the hospital. Little "
tht lookind er lke admitting of th e t eve roat, kill the terms and omg election the rate of village for are is female daughrtttr of M Dr-"Annie Lau
opyou haven't got teen the wa for Nature to act. be voted for rod sb- E dwards ofD. Smith, Mrs. Jame
issue o the Leesburg Commer- ou can't destroy a Cold by super- the general road and r nge fund rienM Ads B. Willis rs a

cialdo wust half as well in advertid- was given to Mrs. Albert Meeke, amorit of taets as was raised by one. eer1
ing and we will be that the incresed final treatment-you must go to the was 7 mills and the rate for all road MLater.-Littss Helen Park. e died at
We do not like to complain, brdes, atof the trouble. Be an o. ub-dstrcts was 5 rtherlls, and olo "Comcala' Through the Rye," morn-
Swe hae some good advertisers The tst.Get a bottle of Dr. Kin that the Botaxrd valuaof Ctiounty Co mm-rthe year ing and was buried here this

te size1 them A by the hotels and her ister-in so4-, at their motg to be held morni ng at 11 o'elook, Revl Hs atB t
Sape an we lw, Miss Kersey, who is spend or that purpose in July, flx the P. BlockMoer Mite ol an
ow listen, business meour p. We omed bedtime with her. Quite or the fun was r oaed toad News ins the Dr. host of friends ofh.
took occasion-wetocount up the ad- Onumbtheevenin present May 28th, mills, fd of the road subdisty at 4 mills.thage beefed ones in bthe crondin S

tooko' received. You want a good nmber of daty ad useful B it further resolved that we heartfelt sympathy.
vpapertising space in that paper last beginning at 8 o'clock, the Vil remainingA 5 mills, and t he trustees ntire crowd si atso

of^ the pete younB rhdet of thr several road sb-dstriot ofsia s
a paper-are we g thWhereaetting a redcton of the ml- glasswtirnold re to mu tinsong, Dixand of e the pele All W k u
Thweek, and hommerci e are the eact lafrome Improvement Society will agsn the sub-roa mmistrcts can were ited out onto e veranda
figu res: coldivtoill on the lawn at e see only be made by a majority vote of where wells covered -with moss, ti Rio i aSble
One whole page ad, 8 half pag, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Smith, a the tax payers at an election and doaken buckets suspended over
trte how paperhoul be Af the prese ton was r d r wh r them, werepresided over by Mrs.
ads, 8 two-third age yads, o4 lawn fete. such election hasvalablen oat oled to be Wheeler and Miss Eva Rawls, who
quarter page ads and about 2 Music and contests amusing of i holen the 6th day of June, 1915, in served delicious punch and oakes..
smaller ads about nece r the average both young and old, will be the several road sub-districts, and Ither hFaslretlogi hya o
the Board and Trustees onize te ew arealie d d Mthatey. sRiversg
of the ads in the News. features of the evening, some reduce in village should be -a social evening.
SNow, if your excuse is it don't Ice cream, cake and lemonade made,
pay, we will ask this question: will be forsale. Therefore be it Resolved by the Miss Mattie Bradley left
"Why do they advertise?" If The work of thi Society Board of County Commissioners yesterday for Ocala, being called
others have brains enougto get should be of interest to the the for ing named trusteesof there b the serious illness of
up an ad that will pay them, and town, as a whole, therefore the oun, n this meeting assembled,
theveraln d sudeetisntrcs ofsthem her little niece Clire Ehwards
you say it doesn't pay you, is't ladies ask the patronage of do remmemqd to the electors at the who is in the hospital. Little A* -YOU duf
that kinder like admiting that everyone. said coming election that a millage Clare is the daughter of M. Drew O WI, w
you haven't got the requisite? mor stower of mills be voted for road sub- Edwards of Hernando. Their VW *WIL,*r
district purposes. such 8 mills being many friends here hope fors or
If you say Leesburg is twice On last Tuesday afternoon a muffielent, with the increased value. frieco ereyhopfote ai.
do just half as well in advertise. "was given to Mrs. Albert Meeks, amoqnt of taems as was raised by one. r
ing and we will be satisfied, one of Crystal River's recent the A mills levied for 1913 assess.RLater.-oLittle Claire died at koeet Bee <,
We do not lie to complain, brides, at the hCme of Mrs. Ker- ment and we further recommend hospital in Ocala Thursday morn-

gem. -- ride und-a- Qg*dia57 -
mlrlqmww;e~rf acme d W od 6
need advertising to help you sell Eeven" snd it w@@ inded both th x.d ub-islte, mi v,
your goods, you pay for it-It is a beautiful od spimritual sermon. "oau$ the& ajourmed.
a commodity we have for sale- The church was beeutifully I, WISJA, i
decoated. with white lower. yin mou
*ad you get value received for Tw ta tW.
a nd two I= AA- i der & .
r if -youu"se it judiciously. .ine4 a wh e Soor osll w .eer,_ i

Six hundred ad Iff dollar, oo ppuad l uso
*t repairing Ont 46half a y mad ill be
.. of road. Whowl oudse wN Ti,..
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ropvrw_ .o* fin er.'
"Dentriek olfe" next Tues.
evening. .
Mr. F. Oniff was gatur.
day vI r to this city.
Mrs. parolines Everett of Red
Level, waes hreoanp.dylast weel,
, Dr. W.L. L ook spent. 'd y or
twoat Brooksville this week.
See Mioitabel, Tuesday night
in the District oSchool.
E.'A. Allen spent Monday at
Logan Hough of Red Level,
spent a few hours here Monday.
Tom Smith has accepted a
position it Orlando.
S. Feinberg of Dannellon, was
in this city Tuesday.
W. M. Everett of Red Level,
was a Saturday visitor toour city.
Are wp going to have a clean-
up-week, or are we? *
A.S. King and family spent
Sunday with relatives in Lecanto
m4. T. OrdweUllas trausecting
H u in Hoo6asse this week.
Dou't.rget Samant the
ggW a girl Tuesday nigh b.
W.a'.rt1 eofIng1s, wasa
:'atter 40 p

Mrs. W. Brantley has returned
from a pleasant visit to relatives at
Miss Bessie Olliffof Red Level,
4i the guest of MhM. W. B. Hol-
der for a few days,'
Mies Gladys Parrk is spendnig
a few days with Miss Lena Ioigh-
at Red Level.
Editor Butler of the Citrus
Oounty Chronible, was here Wed.
Deputy Sheriff T. P. Allin and
A. M. Lisk were business visitors
here Wednesday from Inverness.
Mrs. Logan Hough, Miss Lena
.Hough and Milss Alma Levins of
Red Level, were in the city
Miss Nellie McQuarrie, State
Demonstrator of the Gid's Cann.
ing Club, with headquarters at
Inverness, was here last Tuesday.
Take time by the foreJoelt in.
stead of the tail sand plant
Kidder's Spineless Cactus right
now without fail. -
Get your reserved seats for
the District school now, Dia-
gram at Crystal River Drug
The attention cf our readers is
called to the report of the ad-
Orued term of the County
imissioers in this paper.
ftt .-,." .. +,

-Mi. aid as, Joun Morris and
children spent .es ral days this
week at Bed Levi visiting xrs.
Morris parents Mr. nd Mrs. Jeff
Mr. and Mrs. M Olsrren, Mise-
es Nellie and Bsise Miller and
Harvey Edwards attended com-
mencement exercises at Dunn-
elloen Monday evening.
Mr. Harden of Homosassa
section came in yipterday to re.
main a permane 4 resident of
the best city of the South-West
coast section.
Dr. I. W. Barrington delivered
two Interesting ad- forceful dis-
eoumes Bunday mortigl and even-
Log. Hil subject at tb* 11 o'clock
service WAI "Davld's Dyilg
Charge to Solomon." In the even-
ing: "What we have to be Thank-
A miscellaneous shower was
given xrs. Clyde Sykes another
of our recent brides last Satur-
day afternoon. Qute a number
were present an tiany dainty
and useful presents were shower-
ed upon Mrs. 8vkes.
E. T. Bowman presented the
editor with tle largest Bermu-
da onion we 1 have seen. It
measured*l 1-9-inehes around,
sad weighed a pound and a half.
T. D. Hoy, who has been at
Sanford for the past few months
returned home Tuesday, to visit
his mothqt for a few days.
Everybody was glad to see
The Epworth League will give
a basket supper in the grove in
front of the editors house to-
night. Come and bring baskets.
A silver offering Will be taken.
Let all who cap brink an offer.

ud ing.

o'spen spent a day or two
io Tersess this week.
BearSusan sing intthe Dis.
triat Shool Tuesday night.
BobbI,1ad Sim, the m
irrepresj.,see ad' bear them
Tuesday n "
f%. *y itt^ jw$esantlag the
In 'T O k 'Jacksonvlf6,
was bre a'day or two thie.wsek.
Bednntt King and Toy Allen
of Ica-to weeI tn theoity Sun-
day. .
./Briia *y, our clever depot
agent, retkMed from a trip to
Jaoksonvih0)*st Thursday.
illiams of Red Level,
we iabsot ig business here

'. I. wll o. i jnvcres,
was gra mpuent Satardqy visi.

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Bowman and Hugh Bowman of
Fairmount, were in the city

W. H. Warnock and family,
after a pleasant stay ,here of
several days, left for Inverness
Machinists' are overhauling
the hoop-mill which in cones
queue is temporarily shut
Emancipation day was obeerv.
ed by the colored people Thurs-
day. The big crate mill shut
down so the colored contingent
might celebrate.
Epworth League devotional
services at Methodist church
Sunday afternoon t four
o'clock. Everybody invited to
attend. .
J. K. Eubanks, W. B, Holder,
Jeff Priest, Tom Channon and
Dave Turner attended the ado
journed term off the County
omonissioners last Monday.
-s Mh. Owen Gardiner and child.
ren of starke, have been sped-.
inseeveral days this wek with
Mrs, Gardinets mother, Mrs.
The weok of pladng eltriO
,lht polis i~ the ity is rapidly
pogrsssipg; sad all arte "ookiu
4orardtt the time Wthb there


e knd'pr.
seated the News force wijh a
whip from a whiporee .which was
about six feet long and a perfect
little sea-horse. Thanks Mr.
Monday. Arrived: Pilot boat
Rover; Big 4, John O'Brien,
Annie, John Bernard. Sailed:
Bessie of Inverneis, Merry
Widow, Surprise-Oapt. Chase.
Strandberg, Sr. and Cook, old
aunt Lou, for Gulf Breese Island
to spend the week.
E. S. Williams and D. T. Me-
Carty of Ft. Peiroe, who are
touring the state, 'topped over
with us the first of -the week.
They are old ouitimers of the
Baum & Van Roy Crate Com.
pany, and had the' pleasure of
being shown over this extensive

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'jectives. The Draughon CogUegJ
located in eighteen states, are
dorsed by MORE BANKERS
than all other business colleges C
the United States. Individual
struction; no entrance aa|jian
iton; positions guaranteed .unde.
reasonable condition. CVaf
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themo ears GM BOND AND HAMILONBeDw ,
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D-d' do uMA M ALL dem @ wit -h 1 U b w -"
huSmfui internd mmeicines.? Vick'sV"ap. 'lrthaiaale.-Oov., Tauinsb owlamed
O..bi Bslve, applied esternally, r---eves death warrants for the. feleoing per
by ialation as a vapor and by absorp ion M 1i $ S C0d Mm W t i St If sons, oa td of murder tohe ant
Obroogh the skin. Viek's can be ued i gr T s qp, and t dates for e Uon .as -
-oly with perfet "Idty on the youngest w.M W VM w. I, anu indelated:
fmoro* y. .5ho0m 0l ,o.00.W apd Clyde atover, negro, convicted of .
A M.Ne o aM WAd htillig the t*o Gardner brothers ia
toAU? PTu-n eumal Ptnam county. to be hangd ae IL bnant t woni
GM TII bRUGU A Herbert A. Fine, of MimSl, oonlet*
l 1f of the mrder of Mr. rawfbrt, at
TIU PnmIoni1 SALVE Public Reception Tendered Indiana L4aderdintS, during 114, date oat I Pfaira-m's Vegetsbb
StateamflaIn Qoverneroo Office. attUto s1t1W Jrune Is. E H.Ml .
Ch Oame From 'Frisee position Shelby W allas ebby Wise,
DON'7 TMITss utet E -- er1 eo onvloted of ilin Cie 0 The an tStimona letters tnat we anr eot pub .
to SN &Go.. Tallahassee.-Governor Trammell BrmIP alm Beac mustyi, I Aprl in-undrdso thim-snu.
flw i3 ime addr was the host of Vice Presidem M 11. T ate of eie aIM Plue .ahe
iui e sg1POseIMoney J shall when he was in olaal uis, b een Sld- up awaitting a declon of for the aJit 8
afad y s~afd eous, olds a public re eptUon for the vice thk a aspae OUrt which ha Just
Id eo e resident of the United States wal been ha dwn, aifirmag thefin oLo -.
sa. kde Poandhadedersin;aw aI eld In the office of the governor. aIn nofthe e wor court. Vlpo ,
ea TaM"w a whdoeome sad rouhly sans- T
la ehatitespeualir omlortWg to out pmo is Mr. Marshall Came to fill Sa n* The cane of Clyde tower is fresh a e
gagement at the auditorium in deliv- the minds of the people of the state, Money could not buy nor any kind of inU One ob 0000
Quite Likely. ering one of his famous lectures, and slnce the brutal murder occurred early SUChreCOmmndstiO ; yot may dpend U it tht an
"Children have curious ambitions. this year while the Messrs. Gardeer testimonial we Publish hnest tr- have ai tit
My youngest boy says he's going to were on a hunting trip In Putnam doubt of this write to the women whose true linames a
be a motorman when he grows up." county, with Stover as a guide and WomWen WWOt W Aame a
"He'll get over that. By the time cook. i and learn y
he's old enough to go to work he AL
won't want to do anything." RESOLUTION LOST Mu tlW O n faOUl Mil Wut : ... .
0 NJ.-* wasI w okfortwotyeanuwith orw"soqs9tll
Some men who have had no advan- Members Feel Any Expreselon From N I I had & dotoVr a ll taab &a da si6
tages of their own take advantage of Legislature Would Be oame As It, btlothing did Me y god. IwIM 0tabh po
everyone else. "Rookling The Boat" b4 b p tt I T nr & 000 in 8 1 -0hAllali
t -- e ala &t e skeleton. lmydootorww t awy forlhto
Anyway, Eve wasn't constantly nag- Tallahassee.-The legislature of h ithM h b ,m hhlas'bo Ly ,, PblnkbBo14& Vl
going poor old Adam about other Florida will not asisat in "rocking the C iind iA got = somle. In two months I rBt M ASW
women. boat" In this time of critical happen-. MR t ew oman i ad am at my uual I o
ings. A proposed concurrent resolu. V= i tO vWamn 0 and so dso n baiz- "
tion, introduced la the house by Rep- .hWAM 0 aauleo Bfti CN.-J.
resentatives Anderson of Esca ibia ,nIm Han)V~ Pwi
M el CIw U IIU Iand Dawson of Hernando, with where* __ I
ases relative to the sinking of the _*3I-3, F _ys W WamA D 'h1
NOW York Lusltania. "pad this action on the ing -n sMand .1:1019 Iba e tbe over Sfou
part of Germany," and resolving "on W n hldi
Broadway at 54th. Street account of the implc ont confidence we nO oet M A for noA e w aON A
Nea0h Si. Subwaysnd 3ri d S tedhave li Woodrow Wilson, we will eon-A ~~leI W ha one. --
Near 90th SL. Subway *a5d S Elevted force any action he may see At to A it O R.as
"'see. re^n B take in the premises," met with a
f o'Orno VICE PRESIDENT MARSHALL storm of disapproval, as some mem- Now answer this question if you can. Why should a
fra A m his appearance was the cause of plea.- "rocking the boat." be aOa continue to auer without first giving Lydia E.
s's o ure to thousands in this section, many The house of representatives made Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial? You know that
ku sew of whom had never seen or heard it known in no uncertain tones, it has saved many others-why should it fail in your. a
fie-1uhim. thTrough the emphatic utterance of
f .Cm The vice president was met at the members, thai it has "implicit confl- Fm 8 0 Lyft. Plakaalm TwaSw
SI Train on his arrival in the early after- dence in the president," and for this c M Utinh r egagf ,' r
nl i o oon, and was shown the quaintness reason did not care to be in a position Na]itel o mwe Et=
I g | mo and beauty of this old and interesting of even suggesting to him anything d Sui "u' I-'"
I $2.80 city. Returning from his drive, he in any matter relative to the trouble ""Mnad spot s
With Bath was at- the. governor's office In the now on hib shoulders and heart, OCO- '
ged up capitol and after the public reception tent that the nation will continue to i
1isO Nimes drove to the mansion for ,tea, after find bahnorable means of mlI 'at9Ap
WA which he proceeded to tle attusitorium. its neatrally witH AT n oAS uDunt
"" .Mr. Marshal was to have made his the world.
S.d 'address here March 20, but he wase test +q -..
asked by President Wilson to go at G* SN8 MANY BILLS W
that time to the San Francisco expo- ---- an ce af p )*W5;!
H. P. TIM S 0 N iton to greet formally the reprosen. Governor Affxes Signature To Nine. -o noorit t.e W, p '
Formerly With Hotel Imped a tives of foreign governments, teen New State "That ty cannot f su cmituI ""iumat Aue tw s.0t 1 m .'
A great crowd turned out to hear Laws sat umusua mental straior pl -e s i -
In'sesslon and the big auditorium fill- Tallahassee. Governor Trammell tione and enfa..ce?" -
K. r oduce Goy ed to its capacity. affixed his signature to nineteen bills .
which have been passed by the l098 -"u-wo
ATLANTA, QEORGIA ANT.DRTI CRiMNATION lature. An blt o wre rby te o Do you see tht ltte woma .
The aable Mfea- ture affecting Santa' Rosa Marion E
Measure. Passed In Senate By Author Alachua and Orange counties, in addl "Toy have never kno.w a man who
Ppomt REWPS-- We h0a b Of "Busurd Bill"-Strikes At tti to-towns of 7ort Meade, Ar adila, "o4 a re what she has endured.
Discriminating Prices Pasnmg City, Whiter Garden, Now _ShI Why, what to she?"
TSiaas, Apopkl, DSLSAn. Most of "She's the reader of the leestoflfs
EV ERY H INTallabassee .-The senate passed these Involved vi"dation Of Special bmittd to a popular magau -
lEV ERYT H IN 0 the Wells anti-discrimination bil. elections or changed the form of gov- Cleveland Plain Dealer.
m eeAutryw py e*.r g which proposes to make It impossible ernment.
to practice unfair trade methods in The chief exeUtlve also affized. his -
in touch with 2,500 stores, retu- the state of Florida algnature to the .ppropriation bill, REAL SKIN COMFORT Hi l -
The provisions include a fine of from appropriating $40,000 for the main -.....--
rants, hotel, etc., in our big city $500 to $,000 and a case of oorpo- teMaof ot'higher Institutlns of learn- aelfow Use of Cuteuva and .l M Q.
and can handle any quantity rations, revocation of their charter: 'lag; bill assne ist- rtaIl portion of Olntaft. Trial Free. ft
Any persons,firms or complies, ~- Jackpon ,.senty-,toWashingtonan
soclations or corporation, foreign or part of Washington, to Holmea oMnty. By bathing ad4 aalanti g these itr- .F' drk 3i
ou domeeic, doing business In the s&t Bill providing .for creation of pen- pa t supecreamay emolle Imlpart p
Sl of Florida, who shall be found guilty slon fund for member ofa Jak osu lle to tender, sensitive or Irritated, Itch. ai "T "'
Frilts and V ge tals of selling cheaper in one community are Jepartment, also received the gP ing skIaM u -a feling of natease sI. k,:
than said party sells the sae amte lp eeor's lgnatur@. swuart dlScult for one to realize who ClhhlS
Fr ts frn of0 tin another communltiy after da.i. s -, &Mh eiwr a" them for like purpose.
ior| I due allowance for grade, cost of tIu ASKS F0.WA$tITANT cubaf as peqaceIteoe with them. S El E l
c s e-portation from point of prodtttloa or ample each fr by malls with Book. a
Connect with us fo results. if a manuftactred artlee. from potat A rn *'Det A .emola. Address peatar, Cutora, Dept. XT
Refe ce Brd e mmera -of manufacture, shall be toudIt gitty tse V. AinthIIr Seatg. So d everywhee-Adv. n o k
Reference BradtreetCommercia ofunair disorii a i' :4ar-" '" tant "- a a m i '
Agency or any Banker ad In violation of the law, > PonB",a.
If a corporation found guilty of E' Taligtae .-s.AttSia.1 4 -V w After th* raig seasoftn closed at
jair disrimlnation, and thej.ri at 11 r eaNew Orlea m. on se a s oloa cored 'L
t hall have been revoked and they aO k tne a sf *'a00 0 A6 i eastabot asked Where thmext meet W=r
S l tempt to do business after sabh pv ant attorney Seaaune of the lwas to be held.
SCO. caion, th county t y geat increase ea ai matt o h is wat told -oToronto."
-f epoweoed to snstuR "Iotat. t "Jainrti thi t distaewu tho r'.
cono drive such coeras froT wi state he tat $at ply, g hec lu ped In a best and sttorm
The author of the bil qame fatal prptlaUon8 oeaitte .* tea d to ( ow there. When about tour.
,-.;-, .... nbilc print when ha propped tha ftoe ih ree@ to t e fuses New Orleans an aWtetal "*P nu^* ^ .a
-- "bussard" bill, which 'meae t wan baittao. M that eI, ase tahe slr bailed itlm with':
f'S SAnally passed li tohe sIasa h tha lature t to ~ 1W40'ie1 "Malo Lodaktle Rat' Loth stated
bounty take of. Aavrfg. ir legal- to milanoaseartSr fof baf te shoea, musing to htmaslf: -"iH"
,.\.- t-ssrds o state t dal ups uq I'*,- "A. we.da who knows m in T '.p.*
-" or advioahneld oa11 (Wu.l
'n) m *-Tall .Ibs *s.W C4 t la erk exrtfwr a wy s* wltb e- l e I
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wll e r the less of more
thai elow oMfieem Mes In
the ulpw g, 0 lttaeal, ad for
otber v^tiUa) ot Aute u les ighta ia
the s w MM as. The bote itnorms
Germany that the Amricar govern*
meat will I e* Qjoaa uadone either
nla diploatie grhileitat)on or other
aot W to abtl a coapllsnce with
it request. The president, after a
confsm ce twb OCuselor Robert
LaInslOa l the.tatedeartaent, made
several dllpmIge tn legal detail and
then' !eved ft-Aioe la his study.
'hlieto, nte It U. &. Note
The prInciDal points in the note are
subltantia as follows:
1. The Unites4 *ate government
calls atteUtlon to the oriea aIncidents
in the wa w rcelpaimed by Ger-
many agftmd O. rWIsh Isles, the
sinking lat the dti A lier ralab,
with the losef teja4. Thresher, an
Amrlawfii he1$ntek by German ap
me*, on t4. AmOricn site r Cuas-
Ing, the torpedolag without warning
of the Amieria etoSMer Oulfigsht,
and nltfy the torpedoiang without
warping to the LutanU with its los
of me than a thessad lives of non-
oBtaa, them more than.
one AgoAiht-ngrtias.
I. ThWots w declared to be in-
de lMMU tenatonal law.
The pointe out that it
ne- F*tgUtto do
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SfTPIIII lionutl OilRJi i n O
111 i$Iaflg1 dasked for hs ma=..
SUip e y.'OutLMrIsin i UIIUUo "Name, please," rplied the newly e ndl j
Don't Lote a Oay'sWokfi.t YoW.nte.IOrSBO&dh or Bow tels of MUM.".*W .^' .W.If1
Con0tpoed Takb 'odWo's Uver Ton -t t Finel w* a.. .-; ?8 a% w bs o am
77 ";' "What's the matter with yourT o"- bg-maiAndt.
Totr billoost Your liver o di ~i d th liver tter than dose Of claimed the oth. "Hven't yonu A Fhda C40
O t- feel la y, dy ad all na alo d t t won't m6ake known Me as George Black for the o I 1
%t6" isoated; brDtkb ad; stomach .D l14 U is eal UW river B lacI ack? How do you spell la.0 3L der'*
soar and bowels cospeated. ut dn't med a lnse Tea'l W IIWit st seal. It? Plea* write it ;iwqU will you. I r, I s.
take sal Cat caomeL It makes yeou n-beoani y l wil, V uplAj fori this o le has haw n"ds and 6 s
sih, ye may loA a day* work. b vr WIwti w orkt. er will 1 run on a y&tSa tter this 4WB A
Calomel is mercury or quiskativer U sad so mistakes a*low*&d. Ah. take tmy bed
which causes necmois tof the bones.,t MMa fuaMt. taiya4, Black. All the ail for Mr.
Caloel crashes into sour bilelike fOftia ... r i4k with A bi-t B will promptly E.
4i7It u. 0 regubek ring wIt up.t That'w.woAg; *ik wit AbiB'"ll prmrpt tlyt" bSd war.
7t fi that awful .nause and eam e shesM ,. or igor a de devr alter this.A b=w0
s o Paw says S help ime I
,U you want to enoy the aiestl gam Do is avers is eaUr* Lul-Paw wt p u. Dea's d-
tkgit liver &ad bowel cleansing you veW thtt m la sad slatmt, cred aI w
ever experleced jast take a poonful not Mvatk ive it to yr w ldet l Pa.w-A pessimist, son. to a fish who -h v*e '4
of harmless Dodson's Uver Tons. Tour *11o0s eOft9 l a bl4in'1 thinks every worm has a book In It. :'" '
droggist or dealer sells you a 4ent Lveor Team i4tead of dgerM oCat e~ s@ at AmIp91m1saaSm
bottle of Dodeu's Uver Tone ander Otl % ow. Tr draggtt will tell.yu If is world owes as a living, why D OA N' S I s
my personal money-back guarantee that thoe Mi of eoamli 18 alaUt not pull an our oats and proceed to MnmnD I I il 1.
that eaeh spoontal will clean your stopped entirely ers collect It?
"Irish" Comedianes Likely to Have
Grand Welcome at R.eeption of
the A. O. H. Rifles.

Two visitors at a burles ue show
got up between acts and went oat, ao
cording to a narrative by Jimmy Red-
dington of Milwaulee. They repaired
to the box office and asked to see the
manager of the company on a matter
of business, the request bringing him
to the window.
"We want to know," began one of
them, "who are the tellers playing the
two Irishmen?"
"Their names are Cohea and
"Do they get big money?"
The manager did not overlook this
bet and the questioning went on.
"Can they give a show outside?"
"It might be arranged. What's the
occasion ?"
"The annual reception of our so-
"What's your society?"
"The A. 0. H. Rifles. Tell them to
same their own price."

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Sot edoema, ra, r.nrgawarm Oeta orT
other tormenting skin or 4e4i4, J) T-
tlons, and clears awy pimples,
heads, redness, roughness. and dan64
rn, when other treateats have
prove only a waste of money.
for twenty yea, w M thoua s who
have bea cured y, What relas
did or It ill oo ter yot All
drup itse sell re toeap (rSa.) a
rheld ointment el to(.aher, told.
Jem's Feats..
A sthoolteacher whJo wa bor t to
be married, nd askited an old friend that
naturnlly the coming event w the
topic of lrUch of the converiatlon. The
young woman, wBhoe plans weat t
yet made public, thought It wt"-oths
pledge the little fonr-ysar4 daughter
of the house to secrecy. Acodrdilngly
4he called little Ethel to her, told her
that oon ashe aad John were to -e
married, and asked her to promise that
sbe would keep thu secret.
Little Bthel weat hbck to her play,
while her mother aAO the teacher re
umied their cuvetinUtt-.
Some ten Imunls e lWr Xthol re-
turned and whpered withOgrMt
ion, Maeas Brws, does JoA kIev
MaytMiMa about lt?-Youth's _01-
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You can have yowur Ubad say this
not only at your ntrst- bl t to-
ghber, but morning after morning.
If you should discover that every woman in yprr .ow" used,
the seapc coffee you would never rest iitil you had tried. .
M grat many more women than 1ye lf bour, town are qsiog
Arb;ls'1 Coffee. In millions o home throughout the country,
Arbtfkles it considered necessary to make breaksit :c plete6
So so S tdly tas i increased, so popular ha'r k .ecdme, that
today more oit is old than any other packaged coffee. Arbucklce.
is puoe coee,--tontai6s no chicory.

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With the orgaiUatoD ad
entrance into lesal bal sdroles A
of "The Skeeters", CrystalIr STr
now boasts three teams.
The latet entry into t lists PORT INGLIS
for ball-fan favors is comped of
the followingwellknownoitiseus:
Arthur Lewis, Captain; Buster M u
Hoy, lit Base, Earnest Hay, nd y ll e Bodat p
8ae, Oharlie Sohwindema4, 8rd Launch partde and w
Base Robert Barnes, 8. Floya People. Rats reason
Van Roy, B. F., Oscar Van Roy. en I ,- M te
L. F., Bascom King, Pitcher;hell d the (
Robert Park, Catcher; A. D. to go. Boat can be el
Williams, Jr., Umpire. $5.00. Can be found
In their initial game Thursday River, Flor
p. m., with The Eagles, after a River, Florida
very exciting game of one and
a half hours, the score stood; I,
Eagles 76; Skeeters 47.
Capt. Cook of the Oysters who D
was an interested observer of
the.game and who is considered CRYSTAL RIVEI
the local authority on bawling
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.if you purchase an atsicle from ust-pytbipgs from a paper
f pins, or a can of milk, to a wooden owve ate-and when
ou get it home yl!u are dinatisfied, SEND IT BAOK. we
rill obeerfully refund your coin first, then ask you why,
ecauee we want to get your viewpoint; we want to look at
he article from your side of the counter and kbow WHY it
oes 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.

Ask About It.


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esriopxe u UUe oiDanonU a wv A i- -- -
one week's practice each of the
teams in yesterday's contest will
score 100 runs.Hardware Co

will no doubt witness the next
effort of The Skeeters. OCALA, FLORIDA

BUSINESS AT TAE DOCK Sash, Doors and Blinds
Capt. T. P. Beck 'from near Pumps, Pipe, Valves and Fittings
Port Inglis rowed over Thursday
of last *eek, making the 10 ard Well Material. American Field
miles in three hours. He ex. Fence, Galvanized Corrugated
pected an outbound launch to
tow him home. Roofing. John Deere Steele Plows
The-big launch, Noname, of and Cultivators
Reprentative J. E. Steven's fleet, "_, -
serving Orystal Fish and Oyster WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
Co., came into port Friday heavy -
laden with fish and tied to the
Stevens pier.
Saturday-The Luchenbachof EAT= r
Gulf Fish and Oyster line, Oapt. Frsh Groceies
Gene Thompson commanding, V LTV
came into port this e. m. The V JJ V A are muchly desired
Yacht, Oroaker, loaded with .
ghtors in bulk, the largest mea.. Ltm Wu"
during 12 ft 7 in., arrived and ICE CR E A M
anchored off the cedar mill. Besides giving you the low-
Pilot boat, Rover, dropped down MADB WHERIS est prices on Flour, Meat,
stream at 4 a. m., and passed gr, Btter, ggs,
out to sea. The Beasie of Invet- "IUMNESS IS PARAMOUNT" Rice, Grits, Meal Etc.gg we
ness, arrived anchored in the bay.ice, Grit Meal. Etc., we
Sea King, under charter for an- Jersey Milk and Cream Pasturised. handle
other Inverness party bound for No Canned Milk. Come and see. ,
the gulf. The big transport, shoneh Vegetables
George W., ,yde, practically iyone US.NOW
rebuilt, has received lqq second and the choicest Canned
christening in beautiful Orystal special Designs to order for Goods and Fruits at
bay, and is having her engines Lodges, Picnics, Churches, Par- lowest prices
and propeller instated. She will ties, Weddings, Etc. Out of
*be ready for passen;gr and town orders a specialty. Write C
household goods to Gilf Breeze for Prices, Etc., and Suggestion Mrs. L S. BLACK
Island at opening of Summer
season. Marion B.ttling &
TheWaddington, Capt. Wadd. "Ie C. BAUM VANROY
ington in command, arrived IC Cem 0). & VAN R
carrying passengers. Joe Wadd. 10 W. Fort King A AT
ington and wife, Jes.. Boswell, PHOE w F Oai FUCRATE C .
wife and child, J. J. Wadding'. P DHOwe to ThowsS4a .*
,ton and Mr. Rogers, all from the Nat Do to ntuA as or
'thousand Islands off the mouth 0xa le TA omat
of. the river. The launch alo flBoxes amn To
brought in several hundred" v C teS I'
pounds of Jew fish. o np
Capt. A. Trachel from Salt AlSo Mi ateial.
River section, arrived in launch, *OUfS ARE B"SAT
Wave, and is tied to John C. ytal Rivn, Florida
O'Brien's pier. W"nilSnt Sal De ..e. ,

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writes: "Oar whole family depend .
. on Plme4Ter goBay." Mibe sop60. *IA wa trial order and be 414 i P T a
One ,Imyeour a a ly .aj a evee oTia ed. ,


Will GivC a Lot Free
Will give one building lot free, to the
first person who will before' Oto.ber
1915 erect a house costing $1000.Q00

We have beautiful water frot ite. for
Wintoeor im mer home.

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