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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: January 7, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Crystal River (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume ID: VID00083
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DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF TOWN, COUNTY AND STATE.

VQL. VIII. CRYSTAL RIVER, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1916 NO. 17.


Hint fop the Newly-Weds.
How many mothers Instruct their
daughters that they must try to love
their husband's relatives just as well
the leve their own? Very few-
and many will asert that no such in-
etrction m would be given; but some
of austhink that It ought. Iti to a safe
thing to do-for the chances are 10,-
000 to eo that no girl could ever go
so ar a that, try a faithfully as she
milht. But she can surely learn to
love her husband's family, and she
wMl add lmqenaely to his comfort by
a dolag. Their "ways" are doubtless
very different from hers. Sometimes.
they receive her with coldness and
asUplelon; but by practice and kind-
nme and loving attentions she can
usually win them. It is her mother's
part to teaeh her this patience and
kindness before she is married. The
art of being a good daughter-in-law is
a noble one, and like all other arts
It can, to a considerable extent, be
taught.-Lesele's Weekly.
What Doctor Can Beat This?
In leJs than three months a phy-
sician of Portland, Me., has treated
professionally five patients represent-
Ing five successive generations of the
same family, beginning with a cente-
narian and following in the direct line
of descent down to her great.great-
lrandson. He first attended the ol
lady, who was ninety-nine years old,
for senile gangrene resulting in her
death. During her illness he was
called on to prescribe for her daugh-
ter, aged seventy-five. Next this
daughter's son, a florist, aged fifty.
fell Ill and required attention. Fol-
lowing him, a son. a clerk of twenty-
Tseven, found himself in need of medi-
cal aid. And lately to the clerk's wife
was born a mal child, whom the doc-
tor was called upon to assist into
the world, as he had been summoned
to ease the great-great-grandmother's
exit from It barely three months be-
fore.


People oftenwohder why seaa"ring
men are so fond of taking cats with
them on a veage. This is explained
by two circumstances. Marine insur-
ance does not cover damage done to
cargo by the depredations of rates;
but ift the owner of the damaged goods
can prove that ship was sent to sea
unfurnished with a cat, he can recover
damages from the shipmaster. Again,
a ship found at sea with no living crea-
ture on board is considered a derelict,
and sla forfeited to the admiralty, the
lenders, or the king. It has often hap-
pened that, after a ship has been aban-
doned, some domestic animal-a dog,
or bird, or, most frequently, a cat-
has saved the vessel from being con-
sidered as a derelict.
Our Latin American Trade.
Exports from the United States to
Latin-American countries have in-
creased from $108,000,000 in 1900 to
$321,000,000 In 1913, a gain of 197 per
cent. Imports from them increased
171 per cent. in the same period. Ex-
ports to other parts of the world in-
ereased 67 per cent. The department
of commerce In a statement says:
'"The most rapid gains in the exports
during this period occurred in the
trade with Ar:entina and Brazil. The
value of merchandise exported to'
Argentina in 1600 was $11,500,000, and
In 1913 over $52,750,000; to Brazil; in
100, $1,500,000, and in 1913, $48,666,-.
$00. Cubas showed a marked gain.

Human Skin as a Polisher.
I had always supposed that thp
chamoel possessed the skin best adapt-
ed for polishing purposes, but recent-
ly In a leading Jeweler's shop I
learned otherwise. Nothing, it seems,
can Impart such a luster to plate as
the human skin, and all the best ar-
es are polished, quite literally, by
head-rubbed gently by the lower
arch of the hand at the base of the


GIVE "SYRBUP OF FIGB" KTC AT A
TO ONSTIPATED CHILD KITCHEN HATH CHARM

Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm
tender little Stomaci, liver CONTAINS POWERFUL APP. A
and bowels. TO HUMAN NATURAL

Look at the tongue, mother! If
coated, your little oner's stomach. liver Writer Insists That Protest o* Hes,
and bowels need cleat: ing at once. maids' Union Is Misdlie
I When peevish. cross. listless, doesn't
I sleep, eat or act naturally. or is fever- There Can Be No Bettr
Ish, stomach sour, breath bad; has Place for Courting.
sore throat, diarrhea. full of cold, give
a teaspoonful of "Calilurnia Syrup of The housemaids of Clevelad, 0,
Figs," and in a few hours all the foul, have formed a union, and they ai
constipated waste, undigested food greatlyexcitedover the quel
and sour bile gently n v a out of its .,graly e o v h he o ges t
little bowels without griping, and you "Shall we or shall we not srenst t
have a well, playful child again. Ask receive our gentlemen friends In te
your druggist for a ril-cent bottle of kitchen?"
"California Syrup of Flhs," which con- Good for the Housemaid' union-I bo
tains full directions tor babies. chil- lieve in it. Better hours, better pay,
dren of all ages and for grown-ups. better sleeping rooms-I hope the
housemaids will get all these things
Town and Gown. Why not?
In the thousand years < f its history Butaboutthis kitchen business. Pam
Oxford has never had a mayor from a moment, dear Madame President ot
the university. That -' at now, ap- the Housemaids' union. What is tU
parently, impends. The election of matter with the kitchen? Is there
I Rev. William Edward Sherwood, mai something disgraceful about it? Pray
ter of arts of Magdalen and ('bhrit tell! And if so, when did Its 4
church, is considered certain. Though graceful dishonor begin?
not born in Oxford, Mr. Sherwood was Ugly? A good, wholesome e, a
an Oxford boy, educated in the Mag- bright, cheerful kitchen? Why; to sy
dalen college school. This long-d,-- mind, it's the prettiest room In the
ferred choice of an academic mayor house, declares Winifred Black In the
originates In We antagonism which New York AmericLan. What'suniyabeSt.
used to exist between town and gown, a shining floor, and clean curtalle and
an antagonism which has long since a bright range, and rows of good cook
been outgrown in Oxford, but which is la dishes?
readily understandable from the ox- I've seen dozens of stiff Httleo iw-
perience of younger academic commu- tion rooms, with stiff little gilt chars
nities. In the old academy towns of La them, and a stiff, berosied arpet
New England the feeling used to run on the floor, and a stiff gilt mirrr e
high, because education was then the the solemn walls, that weren't. hlf
privilege of the few. As education in- so pretty as a kitchen to my eyes.
creasingly comes within the grasp of I don't see anything diagracel
the many this antagonism evaporates about a kitchen, unless it is dirty.
of itself. The probable election of Mr. Seems to me, if I could cook well
Sherwood as mayor of Exford may be enough to hold a good place, I'd be
read as an expression, a trifle belated proud of it, not ashamed, and, whie.
perhaps, that in Oxford at least these per, gentle maidens of the House.
Vldl enmgtijape, entirels past. inaids' union, I never noticed any sWs'-
.IAM to U e kitchen on the part D otaf
Roman Colns Long Hidden. man I ever met.
Discovery of Roman coins has just The average woman hastoargue
been made by a workman at Balgreg. with her hubad by day and by -ight
san Quarry, in the parish of Stoney- to keep him from making som e a-
kirk, Scotland. While the quarrymen cue to get out into the kitchen.
were removing soil from the top of Don't send your young men ao
the rock they came upon v large num- from the kitchen, gentle Hilda or-
her of coins about a foot f om the su'- sweet Eileen. Lead him right la and
face. On a further search being mad- see how mild and tamable the sight of
over a hundred bronze coins were that shiny range and those rows of
found, some of them In excellent pres- delectable spices will make him.
ervation. They represent the reigns If I had a young man who was a
of five or six Roman emperors and little slow in coming to to he poeat
empresses, and the portraits and fli- talking about the fiat I'd never
ures of men in various attitudes of the him anywhere but In my kitchen, and
chase and war are in man / cases re I'd wear a good, big, clesas se i
markably distinct Part ow an urn o: able kitchen apron, when I saw him,
baked clay was also founti with the too.
coins. It is ribbed on the inside, and Oh, yes, the tube skirts and the
probably contained the ashes of an'- elaborate hair are well enough to
clent warriors, as well as being a r<-- catch his vagrant eye, but when. yw
positor for the coins. It is believed want to really enchain himn give him
that the coins have lain where they a doughnut of your cooking, or a &d6e
wer found for a thousand years. Ar. en cakes or so with raisins in te i
tiles of antiquarian inter,,;It have al- and watch the caution and the reserve
ready been found in the district, melt from his manner like anhow la
the spring sunshine.
Had Fun With Bridegroom. Ole isn't all for moonlight pleVi
An amulnfg sequel to the marriage and moving picture shows, Hilda; he
of a young Scots Grey bandsman and Wust acts tha waly to plke an sey
a beautiful girl occurred nt long ago. is hat oleod fireally to a oolnt eet in
At the wedding which took place by cofy seat by it, and some thin go
special license, at Mt. Mars church, to eat. By this necromancy shall you
Shemeld, the bride was accompanied hold him captive, no matter what y-
only by a girl friend. The secret leak- low-haired siren tries to steal h
ed out, and the comrades of the bride- lowhaired t fro en m tries to sa
groom flocked into the church. The
band was fulflling an engagement at ,
an exhibition In the (ity, and the The unfortunate individual, ov
bridegroom had to hast.ma from the the good things of the table, yet f-
church to take his place for a perform- eted withg the gout. may now take
dance. To his amazemci.t the band- halted with the fout, may nr ow taO
master n ,.rt of grace, or there.


had taken up their instruments, gave
out a wedding march. While the
bridegroom was bravely playing his
own marriage music some people in
the stall showered confetti on him.-
London Mail.


mumb. "we keep a girl to do noth-
lag else," said my Informant, and I Thirst Strike.
relleted that I had discovered a- new Her Husband-We shall see you
Industry and a 'new definition of "angretrikin' next time, Sal.
"palm oil."-London Chronicle. His Wife-Ho, ho, not 'unger-a
thirst strike now, that's me; (dream-
lloeneed. Ily) an' then p'rags they'd forcible
A New York politician, stamp drink me-sh I-London Sketch.
I ieoInag In a neighboring city, was
eteral times Interrupted by a man Futile Regret.
who kept shouting, "Liar! Llar!" F.- '"I sometimes wish," the beautiful
Sally the politliin said: "If the gen- tar petulantly said, "that I had never
tieman at the back of the hall who is become an actress."
m an ous that the audience should "Don't fret." replied the manager,
know his name will write it on as clip who wasa becoming weary of her, "you
of .paer and hand it to the chairmMa 4 i dwiL."
Inead of bawling it at the top of his
toie he will save himself a lot of
ues ." St e istmp r keptsCom e to Crystal River
acsMd. hiu dlUt. -,


10 CENT "O0A]M=T1"
IF BILIOUS 03 002MVi

For eick Headache, Sour Stemaeh
Sluggish Liver and Boweli-They
work while you leep.


Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Idig4e-
tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head*
aches come from a torpid liver-adr
clogged bowels, which cause yew
stomach to become filled with usnd
gseted food, which sour and fermeato
like garbage in a swill barrel. That's
the. *rat step to untold misery-ladi.
sestion, -foul gases, bad breath, yelir1
skin, mental fears, everything that in
horrible and nauseating. A Casemret
tonight will give your ecnatleitd~
bowels a thorough cleansing d
straighten you out by morning. They
work while you sleep- *10iat ion '
from your 4rugsglt will kee you .1-
lag good for moan"


dlrol 'Try HMEI lt N get os%
lMM64h*e a m sent boa e .n
r Dandewrne.
If you care for heay hair-that gUB-i
tens with beauty and Is radiant with
Ule; hU an Incomparable softnena and
Is fluffy ad trou, try Dande e.
Just one applcatioo doubles. the,
beauty of your 0*hr. besides It 1me
diately dissolves every partleto .of
dandruf. YTo ean not have aee'
heavy, healthy hair If youM hba
dandreff. This destructive semtf rd
the hair of Its lustre, its strength and
its very life, and it not ov raemei '
produces a feverahneas and ftaIhg it
the sOalp; the hair roots famih,
loosen and die; then the hair Mals out
fast Surely got a 25-cent bottle of
Knowlton's Dandeuae from any drag
store and just try It,


Seating the Twinse.
Twin brothers who have been ealed
up for eervloe In a Paris regiment an
so altkse that It Is Impossible to dlitla-
gulah between them. The other day
oe of the pair was confined to bar-
racks, but, by changing his cap, with
Its regimental number, for that of his
brother, the defaelter was able tb "W
the guard with mpunilty whenever he
wished to go oRut.,:
The colonel of the regiment dhl Ws
Ilasd the feltowng order: ^T1 WW.
ew DBshoeme (evea number) vH1
wear his hair. a long as te reagt-
tiouln, consred With the utiot KW
(e.ay, will allow, and will ehavfdi
beard and mastache. The .' M .
Boahomme (odd number) will a&1w
is beat and mooatache to grow ft.'
and will have his hair regularly a* ig
deely as possible by the reg metal
barber."-Dally Mall.
Husband Besets AIImesy.
The cane of a man going into. te
supreme court and consenting to b
a separation agreement with hMi v
t* aside ao be will be o"aia, *
Wpay hWser eleMr oooure soW ,
dom that hal Ja0U1i Gi-Wig at
New ork seat asid the senmBrOd
Ipament btwee Satuel M*l:g
AetoeR goods mera ant at 1i (s$ al
street, and his wife, Mrs. Rose Pes,.It
aroemd aomo lterest
Mr. ad Mrs. Paek were ep aeo ted
1N under an agreement by wqh
Pel paid his wife $5,400 in Uen of afl
furthr alimony. Mrs. Pels r"t
S*d for dioerse, WamlilngaMtm
owits as correspondent PelON- ght
his e was settled to morm aliMBy
In viw of et' diveM case Wa ep"
seate to an eseer 'by lustWewas: dg
rich directing bia to pay $10. *
ame at W0 c sel fees

FOR CEILBRIN' C'OUGH
You cannot use anything better
for your child's cough and coldth h
Dr. King's New Discovery. It sla
reparedfrom Pine Tar mixed with
dealing and soothing balsams. It.
does not contain anything harmful
and is slightly laxative, just enough
to expel the poisons from the sys-
tem. Dr. King's New Discovery is
aotlmeptic-kills the cold germs-
raises the'pllegm-loosens the cough
and soothes the irritation. D6i't
put off treatment. ;oughl and colds
often lead to serid lung troubles.
It is also ood for adults and the
aged. Get a bottle today. .All
druggists.


;b Pa.p a P kt oothe
ale rat leat'maks ames
Seat i- I H laugahter, anr
'sftbls at o -
-nf ',. e w a iauu ia 011ide-
Uo C lledM ,e y W
little Paald is iave yougad "a
bTW nv 1 'WYu-- 5
rSeo ed a. h *
heI hut dUa h-haw. The lttl&
4 4d0t16" i a b. This ttie ,uhle
id qt f eklyh, raised ha eelp
4the *dat ittesuhds that little Paf t
*>l t daIsg of s n'sAItathee
hell. a t. heaw of the ual4te,
blast he surgeon from the Oernaaa
hee tal hdaged up Paul'k face and
b-dhu uVd Iaichlb he had *lid aloag
-the, t 1 after elightinc. Then *his
shw .teek hia home.-New Tort

Amrges With the Hen.
A VaOt little story Is told of the
rly dAs of eis Ines MUholland
"a%*e UM f heiutiful suffragette In
inorica," a" she has been called, who
w -r o serestlr during hei vitt
to Londoa. Acco.ding to the brile's
father, ft -0eaM that even as a h by
she was toey 6trona-wllled. One day
hewatWeae I despair toMrs. NI&
hoaud and announced that she hf
to*A tnI on tae top of a haystaui
*-wh-u*saod flasty refused to
=nwo u-. Mrs. Mlholland Walild
to ii what she could do n the
matters To her m6thsr's Watroatlei
46" NSiOG bmly: "There's a naw
*SM 4 uW here that won't lay her
e o, ai r oing to make her id


"'M*egi5tal Definition.
I BSm V1th who, In addltlio to b&
laug a atd tates senator, was for
May yoai- reddent of the botar
'fe ldMMws 4b Atlanta, reoelved a
vtt me. afteioon from a eorgian
"ls b .e Endorsement for a
Wr. Smlth who as
day is
a04o was =MAW
I WMt t-ladeammet of Manyoti
4 dI terM. After he' had finished
his ehplanatoea of what he wanted,
the senator obervd urbanely: "My
,dA bor. I beir not the slightest
jt alte tT, but I can't forget
to eA y hayv opposed me for the
tast sn yeosr."-Popular Magaine.

doiMh*I Aid Movemet.
TB 'urnatloel Commission fto
Pb Me th Hygens has represents
ti. tL two countries. It
*' 01(i 4 1 Be11111 0a l. n atnd
the growth a the mote*met to hate
d t. Isn the achols h1a
Wot ala ib, wermtlay t est
Mgdist l ftVitta litty teaobgh de
fteeUr~, tI wl mowmre thai $60,000,-
MWOAI y p"te the fact that
seldt2Wd dtecIl"os have bees
establishe ebe2a in the pubile
se poits h -bea of great help in
HMwl!-Mi- hsaty 1r a61th

MAWlftn PImste by Tk~t.
~ ~'I- h ateoaa' peese of a
stae filyndely was dispelled by
shoo a oi'-oatlattlag emaenat.
to "eih t.t "dew" aMred by
teO eNareMn "te shan't hanr it
thuel" "I will, too." "I'll take It
diwht" "I w'ont let youl" "You v i,
M61-46.. A&M WE lfll 0,1 ... to"


I P au tious "V- W cll, s amp followed, ).ti
The Other day I ay walk I 4a "eO Vi01ii &-uIisle followed, tihe
pson two pheebe seAts u deW e ib" WS Mion. heas
hanging rocks, both with half fteged e b'
yoag nla them, and In neither mW ;-. eadimre, "M t
were the parent Mbirds In evMl i*
They did sot giv* their secret aeay
by settng up the h*e and cry that 0W*Nt Rebuke.
Ating birds uaully set up Gr a- -aTh IsIS O!Wa ~_a of a" old Iva,
egniaga. I dafty aw thag, (V giM tilY who had44 a an In
leat .ahadoawe peahedn eas b with *
food a their backs, which tey 9a a reboaais
"odwtesmSR ^ or stay x..was p ? t W1 .
Aad the anests. both on a letv,s a *0 .. -Ia
with a oMdls mas i e of u In--1 to do so, he at
d AI gi ly t t M g Ikd and cboUe tat.
te.a 'of fuear v-rimdd. -ow d.o"10l .'w.mo =ya* *-tot
"W"p"agirg up, the yosoig&".
l inwer la. t. aet ad d- ..
he in S beadluin sh s.s
ismaa- Is'phe lvideatly swu vu FIN:*Tn*0Ta't
mailous bird, fiegh no Mbi ,' .tagW i..en
oare familiar about eour ponht and 'Arowr cold, fur your coui, for
et ldla-glma' 1iitou I Ia theItS'Sei' throat, noee atl be d,
aNtfMe Nsathlyt ..Dr. Bols Pine-Tar-Honey.
S'0 M ooth the Irritation. Pl'te-
^MpM-bldgi, thruasrelvlnml
thee who lve ea the ilp e a*
hH & lte a thtan those wv Sp i5
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CRYSTAL RIVER NEWS

PUBLISHED :VERY 'FRIDAY.

R. L. PARK, Editor

Entered at the Postofce, Crystal River
lorda, assecond classmall matter, March
1107.

SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient advertisements 1 ooent- r
inch each insertion: by the month, 10 cents
per inch each Insertion. Special rates will
ee given advertisers wishing to contract for
advertising space by the year. Local no-
tices Scents per line each insertion.

Communications on live topics, especially
of local interest, are solicited. It Is under.
stood, however, that the publisher of the
Naws will not be responsible for opinions
expressed by correspondents.

Notice To The Farmers Of Citrus
County
Because I am very much inter-
ested and concerned in the future
of Citrus County and her citizens
I make the proposition, below
stated.
In many respects, we have a
great county. The people, glen-
erally, should know more of our
advantages and opportunities.
I should like very much to see
our farms fully developed, our
soils thoroughly tested and our
possibilities realized.
It is my desire and wish that
our people--all of them-become
prosperous and happy.
The opportunity of thle town
lies in the county. The town is
built on farm profits-on what
farmers produce in excess of
their home needs.
Towns are liabilities, not
assets-consumers not producers.
Remember that every farm is
a factory.
There are thousands of those
factories from which we do feed
ourselves and all people.
The World's greatest economic
problem leads to the farm.
Cotton is a safe money crop,
therefore we can not well afford
to mirs our opportunity. After
the European war, cotton' for
several years to come, will be:
King. Farmers, try it.
For the year of 1916, I will
give in gold $10.00 to the farmer
producing the first bale of Long
Cotton and $10.00 to the farmer
producing the first bale of Short
Cotton.
Also $5.00 for the first bale, of
any kind, grown within five miles
of Inverness.
Wishing for our people in every
line of activity, great success.
I am your Co-worker,
R. L TURNER.


Hunting Licenses Required
Notice to hunters of game :-It
appears that the impression has
gone out that no hunting license
is required to hunt wild game
in the State of Florida. The re-
cent decision of the Supreme
Court has sustained the law as
it stood regarding the require-
ment of hunting licenses.
Therefore, no person is per.
mitted to hunt wild game with-
out first having obtained a license
as required by said law.
George W. de Muro.
County Judge.


Official Town Committees
9teet Committee:
R. J. Rawle, Councilran
Q. Hay and H. E. Charpla
Finance Committee:
J. H. Hood, Councilm an
0. A. Miller, Roy Thomp-
son
Health Committee:
F. Van Roy, Councilman
Dr. J. M. Irwin Health
Officer
Dr. K. Cross Assistant
Health Officer
Cemetery C)mmittee:
F. Van Roy, Councilman
Dr. J. M. Irwin
Mrs. Emma Boellort.

NOTICE
Pursuant to a resolution passed
by the Republican Congrssional
Committee of the First IDistrict
of Florida at a regular called
meeting of said Committee held
in the City of Lakeland, Florida,
December 29th, 1915, a Hopubli-
can Congressional conveirion for
the First District of Florida is
hereby called to meet in, the
Howell Theatre in the lity of
Palatka, Florida, February 9th,
1916, immediately upon thI, ad-
journment of the Republican
State Convention called to meet
at the above day and plu'e; for
the purpose of electing one dele-
gate and one alternate to the Re-
publican National Convention to
be held in the City of Chicago,
Illinois, June 7th, 1916, for the
purpose of nominating a candi-
date for President anil Vice
President and to transact such
other business as may properly
come before the convent :i.
The several Counties constitut-
ing the First Congressional Dis.
trict of Florida are entitled to
the same representation uw, that
prescribed in the call for the
State Convention, and the said
delegates shall be elected as the
County Convention called to
elect delegates to the State Con-
vention. County conventions
and precinct meetings to bt Iheld
under the same regulations as
prescribed by the Re]ublican
State Central Committo for
holding the State convention in
its call.
G. W. BEAN,
Chairman Repulican C0ongress.
ional Committee,
First District of Florida.
J. L. SKIP'LER,
Acting Secretary Republican
Congressional Committee,
First District of Florida.


COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS

Council Room, Dec 27t,, 19165.
Council met in adjourned session
with Van Roy, Willis, and Rawls
present. On motion iof Willis
Mr. Van Roy took tli chair,
Minutes of previous in i- i.g in
December were not rean.
Mr. Van Roy made sone re-
marks relative to taxatio., town
budget for 1916 and general plan
for the coming year.
A good attendance of citizens
being present the chair .-ked if


sOU .ACMO' TOKMA.OB anyone present wished I
UAKIS OR INDI GATION complaint on tax as1, 1 tP n
Eac iaop -ther matters. No up
Each "Pape's Dlapepein" digests 3000 oN
grains food, ending all stomach was filed.
miaery In five'minute. Mr. Geo. W. Schofield at to
Time It! In five minutes all stom- for T. 8. Harvey was plresten
ash diatres will go. No Indigeston, permission was given hin t(
heartburn, sourness or belchng of
ga, add. or eructations of undigested answers to resolution rk- liir
good, no dissiness, bloating, foul Mr. Harveys condi,' att
breath or headache.
Pape's Diapepaln Is noted for It official which were ;,>t a
*peed In regulating upset stomachs. meeting Dec 20th, 19115
It is the surest, quickest stomach rem- swers referring to fllig f I
edy In the whole world and besides It i wet r referri to ing ,
Is harmlesS. Put an end to atomaeb for Mr. Harvey, in res'u:n; o
trouble forever by getting a large len tha
Afty-cent cue of Pape'a Diapepsain i that Mr. Harvv n e
from any drug store. You reallse In iin accounts as Marshal ailnd
fve minutes how needless It l to. I lector Aere read to comle,,,il
fr from Indlgeetlon, dhspepsia& r any
stomah ltAorter. ie the uiskest, attorney asking that te ,"
sa al d ms w h arle stomad hb filed Ti ,il, -
rkrea kv WW* .JA
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make
it or
laint

orney
t-nd
o file
ng to
town
d at
An.
bond
n al-
short
Col.
the
ipee's
t th'ff
bond


as pr -ented requesting its ac-
ceptance.
Mr. 1lawl- made motion that
the bond be presented to Attor-
ney Hampton. Willis seconded
motion. Motion put and carried.
Discussion between council
and attorney Schofield relative
to town accounts and action of
Marshal Harvey, the attorney
alleging that the Marshal was
not short in his accounts as he
had accounted for all monies paid
into his hand and that unpaid
tax and unpaid fines could not
be charged against him as being
short in his accounts, the unpaid
amounts hcing collectaileo by
action against bondsmen.
The attorney was asked to dic-
tate a motion clearing the charges
against T. S. Harvey. The fol-
lowing was dictated by Mr.
Schofield.
The answer of the Marshal
and Tax Collectoi, T. S. Harvey


Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh that Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the sen
of smell and( completely dvtange the
whole system when entering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescriptlens
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do is ten fold to the good you
can possibly derive from them Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co Toledo, 0., contains no
mercury, and is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and murous sur-
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be e be sure you get the n-
Ine. It Is taken Internally and made in
Toledo, Ohio. by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes-
timonials free.
Sold by Druggists. Price Tic *r bottle.
Take Hal' famrly Pills or or.-Alpatl n.

INVERNESS ITEMS

INVERNESS CORRESPONDENT TN SUN-
DAY'S METROPOLIS .
Inverness. Jan. 1.-(Special)
Mr. Leland Kelly and sons Cal-
houn and James, of Griffin, Fla.,
were guests of J. K. Kelly and
family this week.
Mrs. Brot, of Hernando. was
the guest of Miss Rachel Miller
Thursday.


having beenl filed in answer to Miss Emma L. Adams, of
the resolution I iade and passed Lewisburg, Tenn., who has been
by the Council, requesting the the holiday guest of Mr. and
said Marshal and Tax Collector; Mrs. M. D. Bell, weni. up to
to appear and show any discrep- Dunnellon Thursday to visit in
ancies that minight appear in his the home of Mrs. N. H. Boswell.
accounts as Marshal and Tax before returning to her school in
Collector from August 12, 1915'Abbeville, Ga.
to this date, having been cou- Mrs. William West and son,
sidered and the Council being of Valdosta, Ga., are guests of
advised by the Mayor that cer- Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Reives, this
tain fines have heretofore beedi week.
imposed, and have not been paid Tom Cato, h h bc(n in
have been remitted. SouthFlori da for soe tie, is
And it further appearing that visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the said funds have been charged T1. C. Cato.
to the said Marshal and no cred-
it having been given for it, andour name and we will
the Council being of the opinion Send us onr name and we win
that when such credit was given put you on our mailing list and
that there wsuchld appear no short wili keep ou posted on the price
age in the awcouldts of the shid of our groceries. Our stock is
age in theal accounts of the sairo the most complete in middle
Marshal and Tax Collector froin Florida, it is all listed in our new
August 12, 1915 to this date. catalog, just outr
It was upon motion of Mr. 0. K. TLAPOT GROCERY,
Rawls that: The charges that, Ocala, Fla.
had been preferred], not, hlving'
been sustain-d, be and are here- Dress M in
by dismissed. Motion seconded ess Making
by Mr. Willis. Question being
put, all voted in favor of the Coat Suits
motion as above.
After a further discussion of
bond for Marshal and Tax Col. A
lector, Mr. Hawls made motion
that bond be accepted until such
time a surety bond could be had. S ltI
Motion was put and carried. Mr. p ta
Rawls made motion the ClerK be
authorized to pay T. S. Harvey
salary due for month of Novem -MRS. R. L. PARK
ber less the time served during
his absence from the town. Mo- DR. W. L. COOK
tion was seconded by Willis.
Carried. DENTIST
A motion was made that coun.
cil adjourn to meet Dcc 30th. Office with Dr. Cross
1915. Motion carried.
A. S. KINm. Clerk. Prepared to do all kinds of
Dental Work
To Whom it may Concern and all Others:


Annuul !h:u.!g 1'f ro'aible' MtI ;c .' of
thu Towi( o t ,'- r i 1! it r.-
poration.I f'or li' it 1911i, 'which wl V eil.
be the' fiscal )i,,ir.
Total v'almtlua i o( cn'll ld pe'rsr r,.
property o(i li-lif .f ; pe'r pw '.' ;
of fu ll ,.a ii l ., Li ..... .... .. l.. ,12 '
Total mllini- 'Ivi,id (,r htei year ..... 12 Mi
'ItII' General Fuul, .o, -''iieg Saiaries, &-.. u Millts
M arshul's r .y ..... .. 5. )0 (
C lerk's sileI ry ... .. .... ... l l
Assesor's 2 per c t ... ....... .. ... W
Treasurer's 2e p r cr t .... .. ........ iW l,
Collector's 5 p',r enl....... ......... .. 7'
Atto rney snainry ............. ........... a)
R ont C ounce il I' l V ...... .. ..... .. .'01
lublishingr M .;; it'e a:, IOrli,.. 1:.
Official book. ait i,'.1k frenii .
T o ta l. ... .............. ......... S .
Five mills is 7i w'ih with re-
ceipt* from ov.upntlpiui: ;taxe wille
pay above.
Jail constru tl 2 M ills................ ..
Road and bridl e 2 M Ili.s..... ......... :t(P
Fire Prottectlie 2 Mi ls...... ....... .
Street Light Fu tuil ', MilI .... .. '2
Municipal C ''in, I'ry j i1 ... .. .
Fines and Ft tuI', ill .i. I I a
General FP iil ... N Mori:t tiI ,
be paid fr,'. ,. tl a.
TheRoid ii lllirA warrant, frLii 1:,i
county fottr eeil. t f i b)e at.iil to I"
ltoad and tI,' '1 :
The&abW .. I ..;, ,.u .
10th day ofr I')'-weiil-r, A. [D., 1915, In open
.Council nend ori'rdc-i publlshed in the Crys-
tal River Neu s for Thirty lu. or Fo.'r
conlecutiu.t ln- *.


1 resic.


IN THE OIRCIfITIORTOFT
OITRUSt N)UNTY. IN ORA 0
WalterRay d I)A. 9
doing businesJbs Walter
John W.Howry, and other
To Globe Phosphate Mi *
turning Company. O trust Oo l,
8. A.. a corporation 'ine mtia r
laws of the State of Florida.
Itappe.aring from the return
of Oitru4 county, Florida. in i
cau1e now pending in the Oire0 '
"It rue county, Florida, commoe bq
ter Ray and I). A.Ulark.co-leses 4
business its Walter a Copipm ,
you and others, which fid ,git3 & .
purpose of reinovigieer lineoldid a
title of thr complainants thereIn to
lnuds in 'ittrut; county. Floridrb. So*
complainants are making claim el *W
that you have no ofeerIotr agitU In
county. Florida, upon whom servi
cess can he made tat wourd bihd "ld
it further appearing from an nalidvit,
In this causethit you have fnlltd and P
elected to elect oMcers or appolu
the State of Firrida for te per
months before the issuance of p
this cause, and that if you hlve any
oragents In the State of Florlda, themrv
ofsubpoenaupon whom would bind mo,
the sameure unknown to alB&ant.
Now therefore, you're hereby odlered tO
be and appear before this Honorable O unSt
on thetilthdayof December, A. 19. IN, 14
answer to a bill of complaint exhibited
against you in our said courtby Walter t
ind I). A. Clark, co-parters doing bsmme,
as Walter RayOompany,indtodO fourth er
and receive what our said court shall hae
considered in that behalf. otherwise.N l*
comp lainmnts will proceed ex parte.
It I further ordered that a copy of thte
order be published once a week for speaM
of two months in the Crystal River ew a
newspaper published in it rus countyaFiot-
sDone and ordered at Ohambers at Oebi,
Florida, this the iBrd day of October, A. U
195 W. 8. BULIA)CK,
Judge Fifth Circuit Court,
H. M. Hampton. solicitor for Complainant.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF CITRUS.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a
true copy of the original order of public.a-
tion in the foregoing cause, as the same ap-
pears on file in my office.
This the Mrd day of October, A D. I1.
WALTER F. WARIOOICK,
((0rt M eal Clerk of the Circuit 0ourt,
( 1-i-21.tin- ) Citrus county, Florida.

IN TH IP; IROCI'ITOOURT OFTIIE FIFTH
JI-DICIAI, ('ItUTIT OF FLO)RII)A,
UITttISCOUNTY. IN OIANOItHY.
To:-John W. lHowry, New York Pho-
plinte Compny, a corporation itenry A.
(Grahani, Julia A. P. Hubbell. Frederick 0.
Hubbell, Alexander S. Caldwell, Win. Pur-
ntll, Jobhn Stuart Ioonley.. H. Shaw and
his wife, Lillie P. Shnw,Jullus A. Trantudall,
John Bell I'P'yton, John C. Wells, HAAt.
.Me'iroe and Janime Monroe.
It appear'ilt from an affidavit flihd in this
court In suit this day commenced by
\Valter Rha and 1). A. (Clark, cu-partners
doing business ans Walter Ray & Company,
against yo and other, that your respective
places of residence are of a State or country
other than tht Htate of Florida. but that
their respective places of residence aren u-.
known to conmplainants, that there is no
person in the State of Florida, theservile of
subpoena upon whom would bind you, or
either of you.
Now therefore, you and each of you are
comnmnded to appear before this Honor-
able Court on Monday, the3rd day of Janu-
ary, A. D)., 1916, to answer to a bill of eom-
plaint exhibited against you in our laid-
court by Walter Ray and D. A. Olark. co-
pertners doing hbuuineqs as Walter Day A
Company, and to do further and r6lired
what our said court shall have consMered
in that behalf, otherwise the complainawt
will proceed ex part.
It is further ordered that a copy' of this
order shall be published once a week for
eight consecutive weeks In tbe Orystal
River News, a newspaper putblshed 14 s6id
county and State.
Witness the Honorable W. @. Buloo,
Judge of our said court, and W. WarneM,
Clerk, and the seal thereof, ast tM se
house In Inverness, Oltrus county, Florida,
this the lith day of Otobe A. D II
WALTER F. WARNOOK,
Clerk OCircuit Court, Citrus County, Florida.
(Court eoal)
H. M. Hampton, SqUittor for Complainant.
STATICE OF FLORI DA.
COUNTY OF CITRUS.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a
troe copy of the original order of public.
tlion In the forergoing cause, an the same
ippeareoun fi4 in mly office.
Tis the 20th day of October. A. P.. 1915.
WALTER F. WARNOCK.
Clerk Circuit Court. Citrus county. Florida.
(Court Sea) 0o-"

IN THE0IICRUITCOURTOF THE FIFTH
JUDICIALL CIRCUIT OF FIA)RIDA
CITRUS COUNTY. IN CII ANUERY.
Walter Ray and 0. A. Clark. coopartuern
doing business as Walter Ray A company
Versus Complainant
John W. Howry, and other. Dt)efendants.
To the unknown heirs of Henry F. Grhal
and the unknown heirs of Lestor Hubuell
and all persons claiming an interest In and
to the following described lands iltuatte,
lying and being liU Citrus county, Florida,
to-wit: Southoast quarter of Northeaist
quarter of Section85, .Township itN Range
Is: North halt of Northwest quarter of
Southeast quarter of Section 12, Township
19, Range 19; Northwest quarter of Section
I1, Township 19, Range 19; Southwest quar-
ter of Houtheast quarter of Section I8I,
Township 19, Range 19: Bouthwest quarter
of Northwest quarteroft section 6.Township
19, RangeV 1D; Northwest quarter of North%
west quarter of Section a, Township 1,
Range 1); Southeast quarter of Northwest
quarter of Section 9, Township XD. Range I#
iouthw!st quarter of Southeat quarter o
* eton1.Tonhp ) ane1; ot


S ection 14, whip D. Range 19; South
half of Houtheast quarter of Section f.
TownshipOiti, Range 10; Northwest quarter
Sof Northwest quarter of Section 7, .Township
It appearing from the allegations of a
sworn 1ill of complaint fied in this coureto
tils day In a suit commenced by Walter
*/' Ray and 1). A. Carkco-partner doing bi-
iness as Walter Bay & Company. againt the
unknown heirs of Henry F.Urahamaund the
unknown heirs of Lester Hubbell and the
unknown claimantst to the lands heroine
Sabliove described, that the complainants
believe that there are persons interested In
the property involved In the said sult whom
j. names anid places of residence are unknown
SS 1tocomplainants.and In said bill of com-
/ |plaint,having prayed for relief Wat the
|aid mikutown heirs of Henry r. Grahae
aid theiunknown heirs of Lester Hubheli
and all p'rbons litterested in the above
,ili. rib'd lands.
SNoow therefore, y.ound each of you are
.< inaitded toappear before this Honorable
C' art on Mbhiday, the Sth dayt ofFebryury
... I., 1 1916. to answer to a bill of complaints
Sdibit.lldnaalnt youincur sald court by
uVIIte'r ij i) and Ii. A. Clark, ,-c-parttnan
1lolig iubuness as Walter Ray A 1mp.any,
S&d d todo furtherand receive what our adm
**'urt shall have considered In that behalf
therwime. the complainants will proueMt
It is further ordered that a ecoy of this
order shallbe published once a week for
S twelve consecutive weeks In the 0ryat
I^ Hiver News.a newspaper published In
county aSlid State.
SWitness the Honorable W. 8. D0lui
NO OTHR LIK IT. lJudge of ourald court, and W. F. War
S .lerk, and the seal thereof, at the eohtr
NO OTHER AS 0000. nose in Inverness Citrus county, Frid,
Purchase the. "HW HOME" nd you wilthave tllthel th of October A
a life et at the price you pay. The sainatio el ofCerk of the Circuit OtQf
repair expense by superior workmuaship sad bet (Court ealI Citrus county. o
quality f material Iures -I fo
Sam Cos. t.. oanttoon oaito-forF.o"AS ril
mum cos, insist on havig the maw s S I TATE OF FLORIDA
WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. COUNTY oITku s.
Xnown as wworevrld~fo r suWl a .sari e g ual ,I hereby certify that the fOreocl a
Not sold under any other ase. true coy of the orta ort 4of ero
lt te oregoing cause, ath e .a
THE NEW HONE 8EWING MACHINE CO.,ORAN lE,IMA8. .u tie i ny my s t c,.
h 1his lthe Sith dayofOctobr U .IL
%% ALTER F.W WAR '
k9 11 U^C LV-go." ^
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How many times have you
written it 1916?
0ol. N. Birco of Gainesville,
has been in the city several days.
The Couity Dads were in see
siosnji Monday in Inverness.
U. E. and W. E. Allen of Le-
canto, were in the city Tuesday.
T. P. Allen of Inverness, was
a Saturday visitor.
R. 0. Hicks of Inverness, was
a visitor here last Thursday.
J. E. Brown of Halls River was
a Thursday visitor.
Lige Priest of Citronelle, was
in the city Thursday.
T. B. Cato of Homoeassa, was
in the city this morning.
B. L. Hough and sons of Red
Level, were Saturday visitors.
Mr. Dave Turner, of Red Level
was a Wednesday visitor.
Geo. W. Hyde was a Monday
visitor to Inverness.
V. I. McOlaran and Herman
Oooksey spent Monday in Ocala.
WANTED-To do your. dress
making. Coat Suits a specialty.
Ma. R. L. PA=L
Miss Sarah Feinberg of Dean-
ellon, is visiting her bro*her, M.
isunberg of this.city.
. sMt dm- H 6i1edeok eWAnt sa


0. Ol1ff and son, Ben of
Red Level were in the city Sat-
urday.
O'Clayton Priest of Citronelle,
spent a day or two here this
week. '


Messrs. ?rt"i, Ruben and
Roy Turne Red Level, were
in the city Satbday.
J.A.A G*, retusnedto Her-
nando last Friday aftecpending
a few days here.
R. T. Patterson and H. W.
Edwards spent Monday in Inver.
ness.
J.H. Hiatt has the new Bap-
tist abrch. at Homosassa well
under *ay.
Mra&J A. H. Green after a
piapant vlbit to relatives at
Uh Spria is at hnme again.
M -fA. OoCallmao of New.
e,'visitedd her sister Mrs. J.
W. *|dokerlduring the holidays.
Mrs. M. E. Smith of Jackson-
Wr"davalgtr. .

RMi. lose Smntb of Halls River
Ukl st of Mrs. J. W.
daring the holidays.
I tber si"ce Christmas
a atanly been ideal-just
like springthies
MeIsisM 0 0. Boy and Chas.
MeM0 e were visitors to Inver-
neo Monday.
Ji P llUey and Messrs. John-
S son a4 1~terson of Port Inglis,
were on business Tuesday.
nty Board of Public In-
a, were in session in In-
last Monday.
S' ^w Edwards and little
wT, havebeen the guests of
mlds i e Bradley, Mrs. Ed.
ward aunt, have returned 'to
-. l^( l ierua~w~ pe,


Messrs. Jeff and George Priest
of Red Level, were in the city
last Saturday.
John and Will Winn and D. J.
Turner of Red Level, were Sat-
urday visitors.
FOR SALE: A good almost
new steel fork saddle and a fair
second hand buggy at reasona-
ble prices. -See the Editor.
The Florida Blossoms which
were here Saturday night of last
week, took away something like
$200.00 from Crystal River.
Miss Irene Holder after spend-
ing the holidays pleasantly at
home has returned to school at
Gainesville.
J. T. Rawls of Dunnellon, was
in attendance at the meeting of
the directors of the Crystal River
Bank Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs W. G. Templeton
of Washington, D. O., were regis-
tered at the Willis House several
days this week.
FOR SALE-Sorrel horse,
about ten years old. Oheap for
cash. Apply at the News office,
or se the editor.


lOR SALE-Evinrude Row
Daot Motor, with built-in mag-
ne*, Has .fen used but little,
Enquire of M. H. Hunt.
Cols. H. J. Dame and B. G.
a o~f I'rness were over

day.
Mr. and Mrs. 7. M. Dimpier
of Inverness and Mr. and' Mrs.
Dunbar and baby of .Lakeland,
were in the city this morning.
Miss Elsie Miller who has been
spending the Xmas holidays at
home, returned to her school at
Homosassa Sunday.


The Red Level and Crysti
River school base ball teams
crossed bats here last week with
the result of 18 to 5 in favor of
the Red Level boys.
FOR SALE :- A three year old
milk cow, a two year old bull,
a seventeen months old heifer
and a heifer three months old.
They are full stock jersey, gen-
tle and in good condition. They
are priced low. Bee Sthiirr.
D. J. Turner IRedt'1 pur.
chased this I.9 i er Van
Neow of e ando, .' of
fine cattle, pimina
$35.00 ahea. It pays to ra(s1
cattle in Of t county.?
C[).W. (. Leigh OW, e-m
member of the New&staff wth

ripe tomato from his buslri few
days ago. It was very much ax.
preciated. Growing tomatoes in
January is going some. ,/
G. J. Boswell our popular tax
assessor of Inverness, was 'over
in the Red Level district several
days laft week with W. H. Bos-
well and sayeral others hunting
deer. Weu4hderstand they kill-
ed four or five.
80IA10CA'0 PIRICING PAIN
To kill the nerve pains of solatica
you can always depend on loan's
Liniment. It penetrates to the seat
of pain and brfngs ease asM oon ai it
applied. A great comfort too with
Sloan's is that no rubbing is requir-
ed. Sloan's Liniment is invaluable
for stopping muscular or nerve pain
of any kind. Try It at once If you
suffer with rheumatism, lumbago,
sore throat, pain in n chest, sprains,
brilsa etc. It is excellent for neu-
raa and headache. 6o at ll.


R. L. Buie of Inveiness, was a
business visitor to the city today.
Rev. H. P. Blocker will preach
at Red Level Sunday morning
and here Sunday evening.
The Council will meet Monday
night to approve ordinances and
transact such other business as
may come before them. All
citizens and tax payers are re-
quested to be present.
Col. and Mrs. H. J. Dame and
little daughter, Dorothy, accom-
panied by Mrs. T. S. Henley and
daughter, Miss Mary, and little
son. Tommie, of Inverness, were
registered at the Willis Rouse
Saturday.


Walter F. Warnook,


Rev.


Callahan, 0. E. Kinsey, R. L
Buie and others of Inverness, en-
joyed a fine fishing trip out to
the gulf Thursday of last week.
Capt. Willis took them down on
the Juanita.
Speaking of hog raising in
Citrus county. J. Y. Barnes of
Lec&nto bought last week from
L. B. Buie of Red Level, 60 head
of as fine hogs as one could wish
to look at. Many of them would
tVp the beam at from 800 to 400
pounds. The hogs were raised
by Mr. Buie at Red Level.
Our public spirited and en-
thusiastic State Rural School In-
spector, Prof. R. L. Turner, of
Inverness, has an interesting
communication in this issue ad-
dressed to our farmers, which
should be read and acted upon.
Prof. Turner is a friend of the
farmer, and his advice and en-
couragement should be appreciat-
ed by all.


Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bowman
entertained most delightfully at
a New Year's dinner at their
country home, Shady Lodge.
.Mr. rd Mrs. L. L..Park aA
faily Y ing tr, s 'fdr W
44 i A delicious 41
sered at 2 o'clock a e4 t
games of Rook and Crokon
were indulged in fdr som'iltne,
after which music, songs ad
readings were enjoyed, unbtithe
old year waned* and the Hew.
Year was-born, after which lIf
gaestoeeft wiablft their hest
and fairly many .happy New
Years- '



Iesnry 8, 1916,
The Annual meeting of the
Stockholders of Crystal River
Lumber Compa n will be held at
the principal offe ofe Comip-.
ny, in (Oystal Rivet, Vlorida, on
Tuesdey, the 18th day od Janna-
ry, 1916, betiweeO the hous *.
9:0 o'clock 0.m. and, G1 a
'clock p. m., f4i the el101,.
rlrectors, and fr the fmUase-
rIo of such other buat in)'
properly co W bet
ting.
Pi D. AiiP, Pret.
J. L P, ec'y.
nkie, V# .

JONES-LEIG ,
Mrs. A. W. Boyed ami6hna
the enageimeht and approahiQ
marriage of her sister, Mis Ellen
eomington Leigh, to Mr. .cole.
man Bond Jones, formerly of
Jacksonville but now of Birming.
ham, the wedding to take place
in the early spring. f
The announcement will come
as a surprise to the many friends
of the couple, who will extend
congratulations and best wishes.
-Times-Union.
The following announcement
in the Times-Union will be of
interest to Miss Leigh's friends
in Crystal River. Miss Leigh to
sister to Dr. B. R. Leigh, and
youngestof Mr, W. 0, Leigh's1
children. "


MANT! P0l E MAT KNOW
A sluggish liver can cause a per-
son an awful lot of misery. Spells
of dissiness, headache, constipation
and biliousness are lure signs that
your liver needs help Take Dr.
King's New Life Pills and see bow
they help tone up the whole system.
Pine for the stomach tLoo. Aidi di-
geation. Purifies the blood and
clears the complexion. Only So at
your druggist.

D)r. Cross Firm At Burglar
A bad bold burglar attempted
to rob the residence of Dr. Kil-
patrick Cross on Wednesday
night and met with a warm re-
ception from the doctor. He had
entered the house and became
frightened when lie heard a
noise. The doctor seized a re-
volver and a flash light and pur-
sued him, firing at him as he
cleared the fence. Dr. Cross
thought at first that he had hit
his mark, but if so, it must have
been a mere scratch, as the cul.
prit made good his escape.' The
thief had already entered the
homes of J. W. Brooker and Rev.
H. P. Blocker, and secured a
mniall amount of cash from each
place. It is a pity Dr. Cross's
shot did not bring him down. If
he makes another attempt in this
town he will in all probability get
what is coming to him.

Read The News


Tarpen a Decem er
It has been conceded for some
years that OCrytal ifter i the
fisherman's paradise for base,
trout, sheephead, bream, red fish,
mullet etc., but the beautiful
crystal waters have of late be-
come the favorite feeding ground
of the famous silver king, to cap.
ture one of which our wealthy
northern brothers and sisters
spend every spring thousands of
dollars, the large majomaty of
them getting not even a strike.
The southern peninsular coast has
heretofore been the section se-
lected by lovers of tarpon fishing.
Nestled away at the headwaters
of the stream of the same name,
fanned by the balmy breeses of
the Mexio gulf only seven miles
distant, Crystal River will in the
future take her proper place
among the fishing resorts as the
winter tarpon town. Evidence:
On the 29th and 80th of Dec. Mr.
T. N. Burkett of Lincoln, Neb., a
regular winter resident, landed
three of the fascinating fighters
from the river in (the Stratner-
the Rock) section, the largest of
the giant fish weighing 161 lbs.
A local colored fisherman troll.
ing for market fish also landed a
tarpon.
Lovers of fishing and hunting
should come to Orystal River.


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of Pratts Famous Animal Remedies for
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A valuable 1hoi.let given to purchases of > .ese
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