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Title: The Florida index
Uniform Title: Florida index (Lake City, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Index
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jno. M. Caldwell
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1913
Publication Date: 1899-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 16, 1899)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1918?
General Note: Publisher: T.J. Appleyard, <1903>; Index Print Co., <1916>.
General Note: Editor: T.J. Appleyard, <1909>; A.B. Cargile <1916>.
General Note: Local editor: Alice T. Appleyard, <1903>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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BARBER SHOP VETERINARY SURGEON

BLANCHE BARBER SHOP II. P. SHORT
R. L. MONTAGUEI, Prop. Veterinary Surgeon
Sanitary Shop, First-class Work, Prompt Office at Bandlin Livery Stable
Service, White Barbers Office Telephone No. 94
Residence Phone No. 120
HOTEL BLANCHE BLOCK LAKE CITY. FLA.

MEATS AND VEGETARI.ES BICYCLES

FARMERS ATTENTION! JAMES T. FLOWERS
,, ,,Dealer In
Bring your eggs, chickens, butter, Dealer In
vegetables and produce to Dixie Bicycles, Motor-cycles and Supplies
Market where you can get the high-. Repair Work Done on Short Notice
est market price. ._.-
TOM ROBINSON, Prop.-Phone 146-J Just received a fine line juvenile Bicycles
/ -

GROCERIES JEWELERS

Get the three leading grades of Flour A NICE LINE
GOLD MEDAL, PILLSBURY Of Jewelry, Watches
AND OCCIDENT Clock s aLd Silverware.
The World's Best! Watch repairing a spe-
J. M. COBIA \cialty.
Phone 34-J Lake City L. C. LOVlEr, Rawls Bldg.

TAILORS MILLINERY

I have just received a beautiful Y W M
line of If You Want to Save Money
Spring Samples and also be pleased, you sliould
Order yvur uit now inspect our beautiful line of
Ode jyu uitow NEW SPRING MILLINERY
M. J. WALDEN FASHIONABLE
Rawis BuildingTAILOR At Vanity Fair


Interesting services are sched-
uled at the opera house for Sun-
day afternoon and evening, when
McIlvaine, Bible scholar and
lecturer, will speak: Topic for
3p. m. being "The Rich Man
In Hell, the Thief in Paradise
Lazarus in Abraham's Bosom,"
and at 7:30 the subject will be
"the Day of Judgement."
In order that the people of all or
no denominational connection or
ias might feel free to assemble
and hear vital Bible topics dis-
cussed by an able speaker, the
opera house was secured for
this occasion as affording a com-
mon or neutral ground.
Mr. McIlvaine is a well known
business man of the Florida Me-
tropolis and agrees with state-
ment that appeared in the "Wall
Street Journal" that what the
country needed was not more
legislation so much as obedience










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M.L.M V.AINE


' to the existing ;law, and an ol
fashioned religious revival of tbh
individual faith in God and th4
Bible., McIlvaine's lectures are
S said to be a masterful defence of
the Bible as the Irspired Revel
S action of God toHis creature man
He is reported to be an interest
ing and forceful speaker holding
the attention of his audience tc
every word spoken and appeals
tone authority other than the
Bible to support his arguments
These lectures have arouse<
much interest andfavorable corn
meant throughout the state. The:
are under the auspices of the In
ternational Bible Students As
sociation and are not for the pur
pose of building up any sect oi
denomination but for the promul
nation of -hristian knowledge
and to combat "higher criticism.
As with all religious service
]held under the auspices of thi
Association, no admissioncharg
af any kind, no collections, an<
all are welcome.

Local Items
Dr. Copelaud Gibson and briGd
arrived Tuesday night and arn
located at the home of Mrs. L. F
Frink.
The Index is one day late in it;
appearance this week due to th4
extra work which the publication
of the tax sale caused.


The Rt. Rev. E. G' Weed S. T
IO Bishop, of Florida, wil
;; preach in St. James Church on
Sunday next, June 8th, at 11 a
vo. 'and 7:30 p. m. To these and
alL pther services in this church
the public is cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bates are in
Ne'w Orleans where they will at
tead the graduation exercises al
Tulane University, their soi
Harry Bates being a member o:
the graduating class. Dr. Harry
Bate wia locate in Houston, Tex
: as daer graduation having accep
"-,- o a position in the Southertn
Vhcific hospital there


Master's Sale
By virtue of a Decree of Foreclosure of
Mortgage, in Circuit Court, Columbia coun-
ty, Florida, entered on May 12, 1913, fn case
of State Exchange Bank. a corporation, vs.
B D. Jorion, I, the undersigned, Special
Master, will offer for sale and sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash, in front of
the court house dloor in Lake ,01ty, Florida,
between the legal hours of sale on Monday,
July 7, 1913, that certain personal property
mentioned in said decree and situated in
Co umbia county, Florida, described as fol-
lows, to-wlt.:
Ten head of Jersey Cows on College Farm
near Lake City, Florida, and eighteen
grown Jersey cows and five Jersey ,nelfers.
all dehorntd, and hot marked, together
with the natural increase of said cattle, the
cattle now being on what is known as the
College Farm, all in Columbia county,
Florida-or so many of same as shall be neo-
essary to satisfy said decree.
Purchaser to pay for titles. This June
3rd, 19138. GUY GILLEl,
R. T. BOOZER, Solicitor for Complainant.
47-5t

GUARANTEED ECZEMA REMEDY
The constant itching, burning, red-
ness, rash and disagreeable effects of
eczema, tetter, salt rheum,itch, piles
and irritating skin eruptions can be
readily cured and the skin made
clear and smooth with Dr. Hobson's
Eczema Ointment. Mr. JC. Eve-
land, of Bath, Ill., says: "I had ecz-
ema twenty-five years and tried
everything. All failed. When I
found Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint-
ment I found a cure." This oint-
ment is the formulae of a physical
and has been in use for years-not an
experiment. That is why we guaran-
tee it. All druggist or by mail.
Price 50c Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
Philadelphia and St. Louis.



No. 666
This is a prescription preparedeepecially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c

Our First Iron Output.
A small iron pot. capable of contain-
ing about one quart, was the first out-
put of the iron industry in America.
This humble utensil was cast at a
foundry on the Saugus river, near
Lynn, before 1650.


For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard general strengthening toflie,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
and sure Appetizer., For adults and children. 50c.
Adv


JOY OF THE SOUL.
Joy is a prize unbought and is
freest, purest in its flow when it
comes unsought. No getting into
heaven as a place will compass it.
You must have it in you, as the
music of a well ordered soul, the
fire of a holy purpose, the welling
up out of the central depths of
eternal springs that hide their waters
there.-H. Bushnell.


To Cure a Cold in One Day
tthjtgTAXATVE BIROMO Quinine. It stops the
'ou .4 11,d Headache and works off the Cold.
jngK.tsta refund money if it fails to cure.


McILVAINE

LECTURES

JT OPERA HOUSE THIS SUNDAY

A.L. McIlvaine, of Jacksonville, Will Lecture
on the Bible Afternoon and Evening


WHERE IS THE ECONOMY?
(EdItorial)
With one hand in the taxpayer's
pocket, Editor Dodd wields his
mighty pen with the other to talk
economy". Listen to this: "If
the water and light plant can be
operated by the city on a two-
mill tax, why sell it to a syndicate
corporation and tax the property
owners with an eight mill tax for
similar service now being receiv-
ed. *Where is the economy?
Tae free service being furnished
ithe city under municipal owner-
ship, would cost the taxpayers
under private ownership an in-
crease tax of six mills. Figure
it out for yourself-the difference
in the saving to the taxpayers
under municipal ownership is
greater than the interest
amounts to on the entire original
bond issue."
In the first place the light and
water plant is not being operated
on a two-mill tax because, much
more than the revenue derived
from the two-mill tax is used in
operating" the plant. Where
is the free service being furnish-
ed the city? IfIthe city is getting
anything free what becomes of
all the money collected for taxes?
How can any man assume to fig-
ure out what the present service
would cost under private owner-
ship? Would it not depend on
the franchise which the city
granted? "Figure it out for
yourself" says the economy-edit
or. Sure, without any figures as
a basis on which to work the tax
payer can figure it out for him
self and get just about as near
the facts as does editor Dodd.
The Tennis Season
Unusual interest in lawn tennis
is noted this year, due partly tc
Sthe arrival of two Australian
cracks who are two compete for
the Davis cup.
The game of tennis has hac
vicissitudes. At first it was
mostly a society affair. Ordinary
"pikers"used to jeer at it as th<
"dude game," as a sport devoic
of .dramatic interest or technical
skill. It appeared principally
useful in helping the gilded
youth of both sexes to display
graceful motions and curves tc
advantage before galleries o:
genteel spectators.
- When society found out thai
' well played tennis is very lik(
sawing wood, only far more so
, they kicked it out of the blue book
, as they had previously dropped
; bicycle riding.
! The game can be played on s(
' inexpensive a basis that even th(
most unkempt suburb or village(
is likely to have its courts, if i1


has wide-awake young people
who prefer athletic combat to thE
enervating hammock.
Tennis is really a most dem-
ocratic game. Baseball is sc
commercialized, so costly and
elaborate, that most men after
leaving school do their playing
from the grand stand. Golf at
best requires 30 or 40 acres o1
land and a force of care takers.
. Tennis calls merely for a back
yard of moderate size. While a
good court may cost a hundred
or two dollars, yet hosts of young
people are playing on a basis of
only a few dollars annually for
rackets, balls, nets and marking
tape. Others save the last item
by painting the ground with
whitewashing lines.
And you dop't have to run ovel
a whole town to find your 18 com-.
petitors, but you can play when-
ever your neighbor's boy or girl
g-ets an hour out of school. A
sport so easily available is worth
encouraging for the health and
good cheer that it brings. Every
town should have its public ten-
-n .-, on.ni r -t. -li'nviIt n R1 n n


Chamber of Commerce
The chamber of commerce
held its regular monthly meet-
ing Tuesday night and transact-
ed considerable business. In
the contest between the reds
and blues for new members the
reds were declared winners,they
having obtained 43 new members
while the blues got 27. The
chamber decided to inaugurate
an advertising campaign for
Columbia County ana a publicity
committee of five was appointed
to devise the ,campaign. A. B.
Small, H. L. Dodd, J. W. Layne.
G. O. Palmer and F. E. Lautz
were appointed on that commit-
tee.
It was decided to hold a get-
together banquet as soon as the
organization obtains a member-
ship of 100, there now being 70
members. A prize of a $5.00 hat
was offered to the member who
would obtain the most new mem-
bers before the next meeting.
The promotion of the Irish pota-'
to industry was discussed and it
was decided to leave this matter
to the publicity committee.

Florida's Congressional District
? FIRST DISTRICT
Lee, DeSoto, Manatee, Polk
Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco,
Hernando, Citrus, Sumter ,Lake,
i Seminole.
SECOND DISTRICT
Baker, Hamilton, Columbia,
- Suwannee, Bradford, Alachua,
Marion, Levy, Lafayette, Taylor,
- Madison, Jefferson. .
THIRD DISTRICT
Leon, Gadsen, Wakulla, Liber-
ty, Franklin, Calhoun, Jackson,
Holmes, Washington, Walton,
Santa Rosa, Escambia, Bay.
FOURTH, DISTRICT
SDade, Palm Beach, St., Lucie,
SOsceola, Brevard, Orange, Volus-
ia, Putman, St. Johns, Clay, Du-
val, Nassau, Monroe
Hoosier Cabinet Club
SSelwyn Chalker,,the house fur-
nisher,has an ad in this issue
e which should be of' interest to
Every housekeeper in Columbia
I county. He has the agency for
the famous Hoosier Kitchen Cab-
Sinet and by special arrangement
is able to place 15 of the cabinets
r in fifteen homes through the club
o plan, the weekly dues being $1.00.
f Read the details in the ad on
page 2 and then call at Chalker's
furniture store to see the display
t of handsome and attractive cab-
e inets.
Gibson.Thompson
, :
A quiet wedding was solemn-
ized Friday at 0"30 p. m. in the
First Presbyterian church, when
o Rev. French joined in the bonds
e of holy matrimony James Cope-
land Gibson, M. D., of Lake City,
e and Miss Jessie Adelaide Thom-
pson of Ontario, Can.
e The ceremony was witnessed


e by a few intimate friends, after
' which Dr. and Mrs. Gibson left
for a tour of the south.
Times-Union June 1st.


7 BUYER'S GUIDE I


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Master's Sale
By virtue of a Decree of Forclosure of
Mortgage, in Circuit Court for Columbia
county, F.o.-lda, enLei ed on the 12th day of
May, 1913, in case of A. J. P. Julian vs. J. ,
Epps Callaway, et al., 1, the undersigned
Specinl Mast e", will offer for sale Rnd sell at
public outcry to the highest and best bidder
for cash. In front of the Court Hou.-e door
In Lake City, Columbia county. Florida. be-
tween:thele]al hours of bale. on Monday,
July 7, 1913 the same being a legal snit-dsy.
rhe following described real e-tate, -ti l,,e
In said county and state, t s,-wiL:
Lrt l'l.and2' In Centri l D-)visi,,n lr ,"-ke
City, F;orlda, and ki ,i. n a i i tv'C llawl ay
linnie place, contaiini g t .v. n t .. -. Inor- or
less; ilso been In l ot 10, 4 central )Divllou
ot bLik" (Aty. Jlldlii. at a point on Mai.6ri
str,-t r loll feFt sQ uth fromi nort-li est (' or-
ri-r ,-t' r ?tlftf l,)i Jo mnd iu'i thence south 111%
feet; thence east 105 tfe- (; thence north i'14
feet; deK'ne w\'st lo0 fpot to noint of begin-
ning ; ali> north h l f Of li.Cnc'ac l Di'is-
:)In or Lake (1ty Florida, contutlning one-
half acre, more lir less. or so inuch orf smne
its hall be necessary to zallsfy said decree.
Purchaser t, pay for titles.
W. H. WILSON.
R. T. BOOZER. Special Master.
Solicitor for C'-nimplalnant
Lake City, Fitrldn, June 3, 191'.
47-5t .


The Light From the Earth.
Many different conjectures as to just
what color light we reflect to our neigh-
boring planets have been made from
time to time. and the common conset-
sus of opinion seems to be that what-
ever color it does throw aIs determined
by the vegetation on the surface; It
is not the highest form of plants that
always produce the greatest effects.
Some of the most striking scenes on
the earth owe their characteristic fea-
tures to mosses and lichens-for in-
stance. the famous crimsonn cliffs" of
Greenland, which, extend for mfiles"
northward froimf Cape York mld deri'e
their glorious color from 'the growth of
red lichens that cover their faces. On
the same principle it is thought that
the earth's broad expanse of forest and
prairie land causes our planet to reflect
a considerable quantity of green light.
which at the time of the new moon
spreads a greenish light over that part
of the lunar surface which is only il-
luminated from the earth. Chicago
Tribune.
Before the Camera,
How very few people really know
how to sit for a photograph! Every
face has its weak points, and these, un-
fortunately, have a way of cropping up
in a picture and ruining the effect. Of
course a photograph should be abso-
lutely lifelike, but- at the same time
one naturally prefers to look one's best.
Scarcely one face in a hundred has fea-
tures perfect enough to promise a satis-
factory photograph in profile, for this
pose brings any little defect into tlhe
foreground. Fore full face picture a
sitter must possess fine eyes above all
things. If they are good the pose will
be a success even if the other features
are lacking in comeliness. If one has
any pronounced defects to hide the
three-quarter face is really the happi-
est way to be photographed. This po-
sition enhances the charms of the bean-
tiful and tones down the irregularities
of the plain face.-London Answers.
Mexico's Finest Statue.
One of the chief works of art in the
City of Mexico is the bronze eques-
trian statue of Charles IV. It is call-
ed "The Iron Horse" or "The Little
Horse." It stands in the Plaza de la
Reforma. Visible from many direc,
tions, it serves for a landmark to vis-
itors unacquainted with- the south-
western part of the city. It was, ac-
cording to Perry's "Mexico," the first
important bronze statue made in
America. Humboldt declared it the
second finest equestrian statue in the
world, the first being, in his opinion,
that of Marcus Aurelius at Rome. It
has ever been popular with the Mexi-
cans, It has occupied several sites in
the city, and its several removals have
caused it to be dubbed "El Cabillito
de Troya" (the little Trojan horse).-
New Orleans Ilicayune.


Clear Air.
In Mexico the air is said to be clearer
than anywhere else in the world. At
any rate. it is the only country where
a view extending to 200 miles can be
obtained. -By climbing to the top of the
Sierra mountains the lonely peak of
Mount Sparta can be seen. It would
take four hours for an express train to


Coupled Them.
'overness-And whom did the god-
dess Aurora marry? 'Pupil-Borealls!
-London Punch.


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THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY


COUNTY SOLONS
MET TUESpDAY


ROUTINE BUSINESS TRANSACTED

Board May Decide to Build New Bridge Across
Suwannee River at White Springs

Lake City Jpne 3rd, 1913.
The Board of County Commis-
sioners met this day in regular
session members present R. W.
jTurner, chairman, T. H. Owens,
Wm. Kinard, M. T Farnell and
S. S. Keen, Minutes of the last
meeting read and approved.
The following accou^lb were or-
dered paid from funds to-wit;
GENERAL FUND.


145 00
S41 50
30 00
4 00
50 (,0


VOLUME XVI, NO. 47 LAKE CITY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1913 $1.00 A YEAR


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J. C. Roberts Sal. Chief Pol. $ 75 0C
H. A. Revels, Police duty.... 60 0C
L. W itt Police duty .......... 60 OC
W. Shackelford Police dutv.. 60 0C
C. J. Ryan Plumb. Inspector 25 OC
S. Edwards work on st. and
wagon .................... 26 00
0. Bradley same..... ...... 35 00
Ladies Cemetery Assn. ... 15 00
G. O. Addieks to bill $100 00&
flash light 2 50 10265')
R. Mathis feeding prisoners 5 20
Lake CityW & L plant, to
water& light................ 191 94
Jas. E. Young Sup. Mar. Apr.
M ay' .......... ............. 14 50
Mr. Eisaman painting Fount. 9 00
Hy. Davis 7 days work on Prk. 7 00
A. J. Childs Childs Extg.Bot.
and postage...... ......... *2 2
Chas. Hass refilling broom 15
H. R. Green to 3-5 of $367.14 as
comin. for ass. the city's taxes
for 1912 ................. ... 220 28
Upon motion it was agreed
that the Mayor and Chief of Poli-
ce be given a copy of the Sanit-
ary Ordinance and for them to
;see that atl persons be compelled
to make cor section with sewers.
Upon motion by Brown second
by Cathey it was agreed to hold
meeting open until Wednesday
une 4th.
F. L. PORTER, City CI rk.
Easley-Haile Wedding
The attractiveresidence of Mr.
George'R. Haile of Lake City was
the scene of a beautiful wedding
Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock
when his beautiful daughter,
Miss Marguerite Ulmer Haile
was united in holy matrimony to
Mr. Clyde DeWitt Easley of Lit-
tle Rock, Ark.
TIbe house was elaborately dec
',);.d with t lant.ii .< s of palnm s
and ferns, intermined with cut
fl,)wer,, carnations lending their
fragrance and beauty to the
scene.,
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her father and was at-
tended by her sister, Miss Esth-
er Haile, as maid of honor and
her imatron of honor was Mrs.
Henry Peters of Jacksonville.
The bride was stunning in a
traveling suit of tan, with gloves
and other accessories to match.
Her chic hat was trimmed with
cerise plumes.
The maid and matron of hon-'
or were charmingly gowned in
white marquisette trimmed with
white chiffon and Irish lace. Their
flowers were pink.
The bridegroom was attended
by Mr. Princeton of Valdosta,
Ga., as best man.
The ceremony was impressive-
ly performed by Rev. Spencer
pastor of the Presbyterian
church of Lake City. The wed-
dingwasattended by many of the
friends of these young people.
Many were interested to learn
that the best man was the one
who first introduced the bride


and bridegroom. Immediately
after the ceremony aninformal
reception was held.
Mrs. Haile was gowned in
white voile with drapery of blue.
Miss Beulah Barr of Jacksonville
was gowned in blue chiffon trim-
med with clusters of pink rose-
buds.
The happy couple left on the
evening train for Valdosta and
Atlanta enroute' to their future
home in Little Rock.
The bride has hosts of friends
throughout the state who will be
interested to learn of her wed-
ding and who ,will regret to
know that her future home will
not be in Florida. The many
friends of this popular couple
will extend best wishes for their
future happiness and prosperity
-Times-Union.


ferredgto their next regular MEETING OF
meeting.
It was moved and seconded SCHOOL BOARD
that the Board of County Corn
missioners of Columbia County ---
meet with the Board of County NEW SCHOOLS TO BE BUILT
Commissioners of Hamilton Cou- ---
nty at White Springs to consider Bills Allowed and Other Business Transacted
the proposition of building a new by the Board
bridge across the Suwannee
River at White Springs, Florida. The School Boar of Cuia
O~nTe yue tn .F~o a.The School Board of Columbia
o n T u e s d a y J u n e 1 0 t h A D 1 9 1 3 C me i n r e g ularas e s so nb i n
The petition of citizens from County met in regular session in
Dist. No. 8 requesting that Josh Lake City, Florida, on Monday
and Bill Hadden wiho were placed June 2nd, 1913. Members pres-
on the pauper list for the sum of ent Dr. S. L. Berry, Chairman;.
$3.00 per month be raised to $6.00 N. B. Raulerson, and W. W. Tol-
each per month. N. B. Ruerson, and W. W. Tol.
The three disinterested free bert. The minutes of the last
holders heretofore appointed to meeting were read and approved.
mark and view out the proposed The Board received a petition,
change in the public road signed by several of the patrons
known as the Mosley Ferry beg- of the Mt. Taber school. Said
r, dS ~ ooftile MtTbr school. Said
inning on the dividing line of Co-
lumbia and Suwannee counties petition asking the school board
and run east along section line t- give them an appropriation for
dividing Sec. 2and 11, and 12, a new school building, the same
6 and 7 and 5 and 8 to where the to be located near the old school
old road crosses the section line site of Mt. Taber. The Board de-
dividing 5 and 8 made their re- cided to take this matter under
port, which report was by the cide to take this matter under
board accepted and the commit- advisement and see if a more cen-
tee discharged and the said tral location could not be had; if
change is hereby ordered opened so, said consolidated school at Mt.
and declared a public road of Taber will be removed to thissite.
Columbia County Floi ida.
There being no further business W. N. Cone appeared before the
before the board the board ad. Board and asked for the consoli-
journed to meet again on Mon- dation of his school and Santiago.
day June the 9th 1913. The Board decided that-if a suit-
R. W. TURNER able site could be obtained, said
CHAIRMAN
W. KINARD schools would be consolidated.
S. S. KEEN Mr. H. L. Avant. supervisor of
T. H. OWENS the Midway school, asked for : n
M. T. FARNELL appropriation to paint his school
Attest: J. L. MARKHAM house, the zame was granted by
Ex Officio Clerk the oard.
Fire Destroys Garage Julius Lee was before the
The garage occupied by John board and asked for ana ppronria-
A. Bri'iee on Horlllnando :to t t' o A. 1 maiirntain a scllool near" tire-
was pfctically destroyed by fire Lake City Junction, the Board


CITY COUNCIL

MET MONDAY

BOND ORDINANCE INTRODUCED

Time for Payment of City Taxes Extended 60
Days-Bills Allowed

Council met inregular session,
those present were Pres. Plym-
ton, Councilmen Dowling, Riviere
Anderson, Brown and Cathey.
The minutes of the previous ses-
sion were read also special meet-
ing of May 21st. and were approv-
ed.The special committee, Cathey
Dowling and Anderson made the
following report on the B. Y. P.U.
encampment:
Your select committee beg to re-
part that they have purchased a
strip of- land from Dr. Chalker
known as the old Baya place,
same being 45 ft. wide and 400 ft,
long, making Baya Ave. 60 f $
wide running E. from Marion .
to Division St. Consideration f1
s.ime $300.00 A ith a verbal agree-
ment that same was not t' be ,
paid unless the state B .Y. PX U
was located permanently east of
Columbia Colleg on the'
sit3 now proposed. Your
committee took this action be-
cause ityvas necessary for the lo-
cation of the B. Y. P. U. at~his
place. Upon motion of Brown
second by Dowling the report
was accepted. The matter of
whether it would be advisable to
include $15000.00 in the- coming
bo.d issue to build a city hall and
fire station w,-.s before Je ,..:_ 44
cil for action. Upon motion of
Brown second by Dowling that
report of the: special committee
be accepted (Dowling, Brown and
Anderson) Dr. Anderson filing
minority report. Upon the roll
call the vote was Yeas, Dowling,
Riviere, Brown, Pres. Plympton
Nays, Anderson Cathey.
Therefore the report was ac-
cepted and the $15000.00 includ-
,ed in the bond issue for ,the peo-
ple to vote upon. Dr. Chalker
asked permission to repair dwel-
ling near Elks Club. Upon mot-
ion of Dowling second by Cathey
same was referred to Fire and
Safety Committee with the pow-
er to act. Dr. Chalker asked re-
duction of taxes on the property
now occupied by A. P. Rivers,
Upon motion of Brown seconded
by Dowling it was agreed tore-
duce the taxes from $1800 to
$1000. T. D. Sparks asked a re-
duction of taxes on a place near
city limits same was referred to
finance committee. The follow-
ing resolution was made by
Brown second by Cathey: Where-


as it appears from a statement of
the City Tax Collector thatthe
time (for the payment of taxes
for the year 1912 has expired,
Therefore, be it resolved that the
City Tax Collector be notified by
the clerk of this council to certify
to the City Attorney for collec-
tion any and all taxes remaining
upon the tax roll for the year 1912
on the 28th day of July 1913. Up-
on motion it was agreed that the
chicken ordinance be postponed
until next meeting. Ordinance-
(Bonding) was presented and
read in full for the first time.
Upon motion it was agreed that
the ordinance be postponed un-
til Thursday night for its passage
The following bills were order-
ed paid:


53 paupers ................... .$
J L Markham elk sal & ice bk
Joe Brow n ........... ... ......
Sou Dell Tel Co. telephone....
D Tompkins, registration.....
I J Brown, repair at court hou
0 D Barnard & Co, books, etc.
L C Lovier, keeping clock....
L C W & L Plant, wa & light.
W M Dowling, collact'g tixes
J R Lites. treas. fee... .......
ROAD AND BRIDGE
Persons Brothers, lines .......
RA Y Roberts, work on wagn
R V Nicholson, lumber.......
J M Sikos, feed...............
J R Lites, Lowe's payroll.....
J R Lites, Lowe's payroll.....
W R English, payroll .....
E D Dundoway. ditching....
P O Keen. lItrm.l er ....... .....
P 0 Keen. lumber .
P 0 Keen,, lumber ............
R H Thomas. ditching ......
p'rnie Sutggs. ditching .......
R H Thnmias, ditching ......
U W. Waldror, ditching......
Thomas Hatis..... .. ...
H Rr'tiomas, lunmbr ". .
C c ol tools.... ...
'e''ry T' "h'na=.. r ,, 1 wwori" .
Leslie LDm Co, lumber.......
M E Powell, fped bill ........
JT Jones, hauling ...... ...
Z S Stafford, removing log....
J R Lites, payroll .......... .
I D Dunnaway. hauling lum.
J R Lites, payroll ............
R J Henson, overseer........
J W Perry, feed'g co convicts


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25
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46
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2 25
7 56
22 44
92 85
44 25
31 .5
34 23
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8 90
18 .;
28 61
13 5
13 15
33 12
10 03
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5 2
35 59

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3 56
15 00
57 00
77 50


agreed to make him appropria-
tion for a trial school at this place.
Warrants were issued on the
County School Fund from numb-
er 118 tol39 inclusive for purposes
as follows;
Teachers sal. per ree. book.$ 985 00
J. R. Lires, int on war. No.


about midnight Tuesday night
and seven automobiles were con-
su med by the flames The o. igin
of the fire is unknown and when
the department arrived it was
burning fiercely so that there
was no chance to save the con-
tents of the building. Six,of the
machines in the building belong-'
ed to Briere while the seventh
was owned by D. E. MLartin, it
having been left there foir repairs
Tuesday. The department laid
three lines of hcsa and handled
the fire in an excellent manner.
At one time it appeared that the
Edwards Hotel would catch fire
as the heat was intense and kept
the fire fighters at a distance. Mr
Briere had some insurance but
estimates his loss to be $2500.
Card of Thanks
With sincere feeling of kind-
ness and gratefulness, I wish to
exterd my deepest gratitude to
those whose tender words and
loving hands; rendered such un-
tiring devotion and comfort to
my wife during her recent trials
and tribulations of sickness and
death.
R. W. Farnell.
The Methodist Church
The pastor, Rev. R. V. Atkis-
son will preach at 11 o'clock on a
present day subject in which all
are interested and 7: 30 p.m. he
will speak on Japan. Sunday
school 9:45 a. m. R. T. B(o r
superintendent. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m.
All are cordially invited.
Prof. J. R. Geiger who has
been connected with Columbia


5167-6155 and 6156......... 162 00
J. R. Lites Commission.... 85(35
J. W. Bnrns stamps exp... 360
Dr. S.L. Berry ser. on Board 4 00
N. B.Raulersonser Bd.&mi. 5 40
W. W. Tolbert ser Brd.& mi. 6 00,
J. W. Burns, Supt's salary 125 00
Total issue, .............. $ 1,324 35
Cash in hand Tres. $10,395 00
Cash on after paying expen-
se of meeting............$ 9070 6&
Balance, $10,395.00 $10,395 00
Jesse Lowe, Jan. sub No 2 30 00
Robbins-Drew Fur. Co.rent
of chairs,' Sub No.,2..... 50)
J. T. Jones, hauling No.2... 20 00
Thp Educational supply Co.
Certificates, Snb 2... ... 15 00
J. H. FulksExp. Sub 2..... 1 15
H. J. Thominas work on well
Sub. No. 3................ 1 75


FINE AND FORFEITURE
7 Jurors. ..... ............... .. 7 00
5 witnesses, for the state..... 7 00
L M Anderson, lunacy fee.... 2 00
I W Chandler, same. ....... 2 00
W J Roebuck, same .......... ,1 00
W J Edwards, justice cost ... 3 95
W H Brown, constable cost... 48 73J
W M Ives, judge's cost ....... 6 94
J W Perry, sher cost, fed bill 73 10
GENERAL FUND
S S Keen, corn fee ............ 17 80
T H Owens, same............. 12 00
W M Kinard, same ....,..... 11 00
M T Farnell, same............ 11 20
R W Turner, same.'......... 9 20
The treasurer filed the follow-
ing tax collector's report;:
Acct license 1913..,....$28 00
Acct taxes.............. 592 50
Total of general .... ...... 593 50
Acct polls, 1912......$ 75 00,
Acet taxes........... 1312 50
Totalof school ...........1387 50
Public roads ................. 942 50
Bridge...... ........ ..... .... 93 75
R R Bonds.................... 93 75
Total ..................... lOS 76
SSD No. 1............$ 4 60
S S D No. 2............ 360 84
S S D :No.3.74,
SS D No. 34............ 74
SS p 4. - .
S S D No.5............ 8 46
S S D No. 7............ 83
SSD No. 3............ 10 18
SS DNo. 9............ 2 46
S SD No. 10......... 3 52
Total..................... 391 50
Grand Total............. $3499 58
Pension applications of 'Mrs.
L. R. Brady and Mrs. Sarah E.
Collins examined and approved.
Fire Arms Bond of T. L. Guerry
examined and approved. Notary
SPublic bond of C. W. Cone exam-
ined and approved.
Petition of citizens request-
ing that Mrs. James Tompkins
be p a(ed on the pauper list was
ordered tiled and same was re


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Total Issue................ 71 00
Cash in Suib. Dist, Funds
.... *........ .$1611 71
Calsh on hand after
payingexp. of meet....... 1540 31

Balance,............$1611 71. $1611 71
No other, business before the
Board, it adjourned to meet again
on Tuesday June 17th. This
special meeting being for the
purposeof making appropriations
and appointing teachers to the
school for the ensuing year.
J W. BURNS,
SECY. and SUPT.,
Postmaster To Be Appointed
Word was received from Wash-
ington Tuesday to the effect that
the office of postmaster in Lake


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College for several years has and a new official was, likelyto b
decided to begin the practice of selected withirn a few days,
law in Lake City having recently Those who are candidates for the
n ad e 'o te by K~ office are busily engaged in pul-
been admitted to the bar by ex- i t political wires and the
,a miatdn t'W-iasse.Prof ing the political wires and the
amination atTailihassee. Prof. successful one will probably be
Geiger arrived Tuesday to pro. known by the tine this appears
pare to open an office in th city. in print.


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You have knife and
linen drawers, pan
racks, bread and
meat board-rolling
pin rack, handy uten-
sil hboks-a clock-
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crystal glass coffee,
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jars with patent-air-
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bread and cake
drawer--big dish and
su p p I y cupboard--
pot and kettle cup-
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FACI OPUS HOOSIERS, OO0

CLUB OPENS MONDAYy, MORNING


SAf last the Hoosiers are here! For months we've been trying to get permissi n to organize this Hoosier
Club. Women all over town have been waiting patiently.
Our opportunity has arrived. Next week you and a few other women who come early can own a Hoosier
Kitchen Cabinet on payment of $1.00. You can have it delivered at once to use and enjoy, just by joining our
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Club. Only $1.00 is the membership fee-weekly dues are $1.00. Membership fee
and weekly dues both apply to the price of your cabinet-there are no other payments-you pay not a penny ex-
tra by joining. Furthermore, this club is under the direct supervision of The Hoosier Manufacturing Company
which fixed the standard low price of Hoosier Cabinets the world over-a low price made possible by low cost
of manufacture from enormous sales.
Seize your great chance to own a Hoosier upon terms so easy that you never know how you paid for it.
Memberships are limited. Many will be disappointed as last year. Be early and those who wait will call you
lucky. The Hoosier Company could allow us enough Hoosier cabinets to supply


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Tired feet, backache, weariness and old-time discouragement
become a thing of the past the moment a Hoosier comes into your
kitchen. It stops the miles of useless steps that old-fashioned kitchen
arrangements require-it stops the weary walking back and forth be-
tween pantry and cupboard and kitchen table getting things out and
putting them away again. Instead of standing and walking all day
doing your work, you sit down and reach the things you want. No
more aching feet and broken backs.
THE HOURS YOU SAVE in time give you a chance to do the things you
want to do, keep you rested--enable you to be contented and happy. Think how
quickly these few Hoosiers will be taken, and come in Monday Morning Early and
enroll yourself on our club list. You know in your heart.how 'you hate the eternal
drudgery part of kitchen work. Banish it forever. Nowl
You can have your cabinet by pight-make its acquaintance when you are
getting dinner-know at once the comfort of having everything you use in cooking
within reach of your arm-the joy of perfect order.
Let other things wait Monday morning. Come early. See for yourself.
Benefit by an early selection. Make up your mind now to be a Hoosier Member.


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As the announcement of the opening of the Hoosier Club is the
signal for membership applications to pour in, a prompt visit to our
store is your only insurance against disappointment,
Is it not folly to go without the Hoosier when you can get it
on payment of $1.00 and pay for it at the rate of 14 cents a day? Why
delay? Can you hesitate? Ownership means cooking made easy, and
hours saved for rest and recreation.
It means a pleasant kitchen, orderly and peaceful, and the
constant satisfaction of comfortable and convenientworking conditions
Made of handsome, sturdy oak, finished perfectly by skilled mas-
ter cabinet makers, the Hoosier is a piece of furniture that ornaments
your home. It stands far above all otherkitchen furnitureof any name.
It is working miracles now in a half million homes, saving
'steps, health and strength for half abhillidn homes.


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We have parties in New York State and other States wanting to buy

The same FERTILIZER we have been selling
them in FLORIDA for the past four years

Why Is This ?

Because they find ORANGES and GRAPE FRUIT, TOMA-
TOES, POTATOES, and other VEGETABLES and SMALL
FRUITS give increased and improved yields with less labor by
using

V.-C. Fertilizers

Isn't that a very practical answer?


Address
To L. C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER COMPANY


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each insertion, cash in ad-
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rying a regular account.
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Notions Granite Talcum
Post Cards Crockery Jewelry
Stationery Glassware Magazines
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FOR SALE-Five second-hand bug-
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FREE-A trial package of Conkey's
Laying Tonic and 50c Poultry Book
if you bring this ad to A. R. Wise
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WANTED-Capable, efficient, hon-
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place as butler or general helper
about store or house. Can give
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Egw and 0
Attend the Big Convention in
JACKSONVILLE
And stop at the New
H OTEL WISBLE
Forsyth and Main Sts.
In the heart of the business, shopping and
amusement district. Comfortable-Con-
venient-Reasonable. Rate's $1.00 per day
and up. A trial will convince you.


Rose Creek Items
Mrs. F. E. Shipp and children,
Misses Lillian and Kathryn and
Master Claude, have returned
from Cullhonhee N. C.where they
have resided the past two years,
arid will make their home with
Mrs. Shipps father, G. C. Mattox.
Miss Kittie Henry who has
been visiting relatives and friends
in Lake City for two weeks past,
has returned h ome.
Quite a number from Bethel
Sunday School attended the Sun-
day School Rally at Siloam Sun-
day,
Miss Essie Robarts, of Route 2
visited Mrs. Marvin Mattox a few
days ago.
Miss Lillian Shipp visited her
cousin, Miss Mabel Henry, in
town, on Tuesday last.
G- C. Mattox has purchased a
cream separator and is doing a
lively dairy business.
Mr. C. M. Ray is putting down
a deep well for G. C- Mattox.
Mr. Ethan Lamb and sister,
Miss Lousie visited Miss- Shipp
last Sunday P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Henry
and little son, W. T. Jr. leave
next Saturday for Summerville
Ga. where they will visit Mr.
Henry's parents,
Dr. Rob Lamb of Reddick is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
Lamb.
Miss Lucy Simpson, one of
the popular High School teach-
er's of your burg, is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Henry.
We are sorry to learn that
Mrs. Sallie Mattox is suffering
with erysipelas in her face.
We have had several nice show-
ers, which gladdened the hearts
of thefarmers. The young crops
look flourishing.
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You may think the ,ame thing, It would take a good, sound,
logical argument to convince you that all typewriters do not have the
same efficiency and that a stenographer cannot secure the same results
on every machine.
We are ready to make that argument and to show you by actual
demonstration that

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0, Good Luck Doings
Cotton chopping started this
week when those that, didn't
plant their cotton real early and
had to wait through the dry
spell. Corn is small for the time
of year but is green and our far-
mers will soon be laying it by.
Mrs. A. L. Huchingson return-
ed last week from a few days
visit with her father at Tay-
lor, Fla.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tresca
a fine boy a few days ago.
A fine boy arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hunter a
few days ago to make its future
home.
J. C. Roberts Lake City Chief
spent a couple of days resting
from his duties with his brother
Young Roberts.
Miss Beatrice Parker left a
few days ago for Miami to visit
relatives and to take treatment
for the White Swelling, she has
been suffering with for quite
awhile.
Mrs. James Tompkins made a
business trip to Lake City Mon-
day.
H. F. Barwick of Siloam visited
his son C. W. Barwick Saturday
night.
Mrs. H. F. Barwick spent a
few days recently in the eastern
part of the County visiting her
son, William Barwick.
Ed Wood and wife of Siloam
visited the family of C. P. Mont-,
ague recently.
Ray Wood and wife visited rel-
atives near Siloam recently.
Rev. Joe Bass failed to fill his
appointment at Mt. Carmel Sun-
day as he was called away on
other business.
E. Nims made a business trip
to Lake City Saturday.
Mrs. Cora Tresca leaves Sun-
day for her home in Jacksonville
after spending sometime with
her father.
Sammie.


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by Lake City Testimony


Don't take our word for it.
Don't depend on a stranger's state-
ment.
Read Lake City endorsement.
Read the statements of Lake City
citizens.
And decide for yourself.
Here's one case of it:
A. P. Rivers, 509 Hernando St.,
Lake City, Fla., says: "I am confi-
dent that Doan's Kidney Pills are a
remedy of merit and worthy of en-
dorsement. My kidneys did not
act as they should. Soon after I be-
gan taking Doan's Kidney Pills,,I
found relief." ..
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Notice
To the Columbia County Tomato
Club Members:
Miss Harris, from the Florida
State College for Women will as-
sist Miss Myra Herlong in con-
ducting a two days' school for
the purpose of instructing the
members of the canning club in
canning vegetables and fruits
and making preserves, pickles,
jellies, etc.
The school will be conducted
in the yard of Mr. Nettles on
Mrs. L. D. M. Thompson's place
in Lake City, Friday, June 6th,
and Saturday, June 7th. Bring
any |vegetables and fruits you
may wish to can or preserve.


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found at

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PLYMPTON AND DODD ON THE WARPATH
At a meeting of the city coun-
cil May 19th it was decided to
ask the local papers for bids on
city printing. On May 23rd the
following notice was received by
the Index:
Lake City, Fla. May 23, 1913.
Florida Index,
City.
Gentlemen:-
I beg to inform you that the
competitive bids of both the Cit-
izen-Reporter and Index for the
publishing of the audit' and the
regular city printing for one
year, will be received on Monday
June 2, 1919. I am,
Yours truly,
SF. L. Porter, City Clerk.
In accordance with this action
the Index prepared a bid and
handed it to the city clerk just
as the meeting opened Monday
night. Shortly before adjourn-
ment one of the councilmen ask-
ed if the bids were to be acted
on at this meeting whereat ex-
councilman Dodd, who was pre-
sent, arose and stated to the
council that he had not submitted
a bid because he had a contract
for city printing which does not
expire until September, it hav-
ing been renewed by the old
council "by mutual consent."
President Plympton then took a
hand and stated that the matter
was entirely out of order, that
bids were not to be opened and
that Dodd was right in his con-
tention. The editor of the Index
then asked consent to talk and
stated that he and the city clerk
had searched the records and
had been unable to find any
printing contract which was now
in effect and he thought that the
bids should be opened since the
council had requested them in
regular meeting. President
Plympton took issue, with him
and contradicted him Iin several
statements.
The Index representative then
stated that there appeared to 4.a
a frame-up to keep the Index bid
from being opened. This brought
Dodd and Plympton to their feet
and both of them denounced the
statement as a lie and then pro-
ceeded to call the Index editor
every vile name that they could
utter. : .
It was a disgraceful scene and
the dignity of the council was en-
tirely forgotten by the angry
president and his nman Friday in
their desire to give .,ent to their
spleen. The editor of the Index
realized that he was not in a
class with Dodd and Plympton in
the art of using language unbe-
coming of a gentleman, therefore
he let them have their inning.
The chief-of-police was present
and for a time it looked like his
services would be required.
Members of the council and sev-
eral spectators afterwards ex-
pressed themselves as indignant,
over the action of the political
twins, and rightly so.
We dislike to burden our read-
ers with details of our own trou-
bles but the near-tragedy enac-
ted in the council rooms Monday


Published every Friday, at Lake Ctiy, Fla,
Southwest corner of Court House Square.


Entered in the Lake City, Florida, postoffilce
as second class matter.


Telephone, Number 42.


INDEX PUBLISHING COMPANY
PUBLISHERS
F. E. LAUTZ. EDITOR


Subscription price: 41.00 a year, payable
strictly in advance.


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12%c. per inch each insertion. Single inser-
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by correspondents.


HE MAN who earns $10 a week
and saves $1 a week is really
better off than he who eartis $20
and spends $20.
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Get the saving habit if you ever ex-
pect to get. ahead. This bank will
help you. Bring us your surplus-
that part of your salary over and
above your necessary expenses-we'll
pay you 4 per cent. interest and
you'll be protected against loss.
Why not open a Savings Account
here today?


THE

Columbia County

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LAKE CITY, FLA., FRIDAY. JUNE 6TH, 1918


West Duval street is still the
very worst street in town. The
city is supposed to have about
$6000 in its road fund and this
money could be used to good ad-
vantage on West Duval.
Why not use a little m oney on
the streets instead of putting it
all into the water and light plant.


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In our last issue we stated that
the taxpayers are paying a three
mill water and light tax when it
really is only two mills.
We were quoting a city official
but it alters the case little as we
still assert that the pity is spend-
ing an exorbitant amount of mon-
ey to maintain its water and
light plant.
AND PROBABLY OTHERS
GainesvilleSun: It improbable(
That Congressman Frank Clark
will have several opponents in
next year's primary, should he
again be candidate. Among those
mentioned as probable candidates
are Senator Calkins of Fernand'
ina and Senator Fred Cone of
Lake City.
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"The Lake City Reporte'r is urg-
ing J. B. Johnson, of Live Oak,
who represents Suwannee Coun-
ty in the State Senate, to run for
Congress in Frank Clark's new
district. If I lived in that dis-
trict and had to choose between
Johnson and Frank Clark, I'd
take off my coat for Clark.
Frank Clark is ten times a brain-
ier man than Johnson and two
times a better democrat. I am
inclined to think Johnson's name
mentioned in this connection is
nothing short of a joke. Suwan-
nee County it is true elected him
'to the State Senate, but Suwan-
nee County often does some queer
things along democratic lines.
Frank Clark is admitted to be
bright and eloquent and his
greatest trouble has been his re-
fusal to remain closely to demo-
cratic principles. If the line up
should be between Clark and
Johnson-"me for Clark."
-Chas. E. Jones in Dixie.
How natural that an editor who
is considered a joke should per-
p,1trate a joke of this kind. In
doing so however, he ig'probably
following the direction of "his
master's voice."


To give you and every user of OUR
ice you want-you must help.


ICE the serv-


early handled and we are alsc
sure that two or three people
are a trifle too anxious about hav
ing their own hand in the man
agement of the city.
SWe do not believe that th(
"Adams interests" were behind
the move to change the city char-
ter but that matter is settled
now. We refute the: statelieni
that the Index is "the Ailalns.
newspaper." That is an infam
ouslie. So far as we know Mr
_Frank Adanms is tending to his
own private business inJackson.
viTleand is giving Lake City aind
its affairs very little attention.
THE FACTS OF THE CASE
In our issue of May 28 we
charged/ ex-eouncilman Dodd
with resorting to unfair and un.
derhanded methods in obtaining
a contract to print the revised city
ordinances. In the last issue of
the Citizen Reporter he does his
Usual stunt of calling the editor
of the Index a liar and publishes
what purports to be a report of
the finance committee covering
the matter.
We not only reiterate our for-
mer charge but we also charge
that Dodd has contracted with
the city at an exhorbitant pri ce,
thereby "stinging" thetaxpayers
of the city.
Here are the facts in the case:
Dodd as chairman of the com-
mittee wrote to several out-of-
town printers for bids. He re-
ceived and opened them alone.
He put in his own bid and it is
natural to assume that he did
that after opening the other bids
since he did not allow other mem-
bers of the committee to be pres-
ent. He wrote out the report
and signed it. The other mem-
bers of the committee had noth-
ing to do with the whole transac-
tion. The bids from out-of-town
printers as quoted by Dodd are
all $2.00 per page.I His own bid
is $1.85 per page. Dodd refused
to allow the Index to bid but had
we made a bid it would have been
i
less than $1.85 per page.
We do not'care a continental
about not getting the printing
contract. But we do object to
having our competitor say who
shall bid on city work and what
price the city shall pay.


If you are to be away from home when our driver is
due at your house be sure to leave the coupon or
the change where your servant can get it promptly.
Then you'll not miss getting your own ice and you
won't be preventing others from getting their's at,
the usual times.


We ask your co-operation for good service
other way you can give it.,


night has received much
ity already and we feel it
sary to give our version
matter;


public-
neces-
of the,


"ADAMS"


What magic to the
What consternation and


name!
fear it


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arouses in the hearts of Lake Cit-
yans whenever it is mentioned in
connection with city affairs! 'Tis
as the call of "goblins" to the
small child.
"The Adams interests" and
"the Adams newspaper" are the
ever-ready weapons with which
the politicians who are now in-
trenched in control of city affairs
fight to keep their strangle hold
on the city government.- Those
who yell "Adams"' the loudest
are the: very ones whose stew-
ardship of city affairs is 'in need
of scrutiny and investigation.
We are opposed to allowing
"the Adams interests" or any
other "interests" to gain control
of the city government or of the
municipal light and water plant.
But we are not sure that the gov-
ernment and the light plant are
properly controlled now. We
are quite sure that "some of the
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How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F, J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
WVe, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him' perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
.. ., Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken ,internally,.
acting directly upon the blood and mu.
cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle, Sold
by all Druggists., .
1 '.&ce 1H:1'w Family Pills for constipation.


Mrs. N. H. Cox and two sons of
Gainesville were the guests of
their aunt, Mrs. Kate Crowley
Friday night, enroute to Atlanta
where they will make their future
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"stinging" the city on this con-
tract but in accepting it while a
city official he is violating a spec-
ific criminal law and is legally
liable to a severe penalty.
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Accumulation of sediment or
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.New or old plumbing made per-
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nt due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together
ertising, will be sold at public auction on the 7th day
rt House, County of Columbia, State of Florida.


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2 Sw4 except 53 acres in a sq
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7 Ew of ne ... .....................
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6 NwY 4of nw4...................
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4 W of swY4 of neY/ and sY2 of
nwY4 and neY4 of swY and
w of nw% of se for 1911..
Sfo n1 .... ...
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3 Nw ...........................
SM of swY4................... ..
W>2 of nwY4 and nwi4 of swl4
and s2 of swY4 .............
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5 e 12.05, n 33 i,5 chains, w 12.05
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P. M. Moore...............
Abram Womac...........
Frank L Butler...........
JehnJ. Parnell...........
Dorcas Bell................
R F Johnson..............
G. P. Stewart.............
Robert Day................
Edward Wllson..........
Ed D Gaskins ............
Mrs. T W Fielding .......
W A Justus.................
G W Matthews.......... .
E Coast Lumber Co......
Idova Acosta..............
Frances M Cross..........
Joseph Turner............
David Brady..............
Zett Baker.................
Frances M Cross..........
John V Sharp. ...........
Merlah Marty ........ ....
N D Dicks .................
A W Jackson..............
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Eliza Collins ..............
Framces M. Cross ........
Unknown..................
Carolina Barrett .........
Carolina Barrett ..........


Perch Pond T a
The Mt. Pleasant Sunday C
BseOolwill give a picnic at Mt. Notice is hereby given thai
a be necessary to pay the amour
Pleasant church on the second with cost of such sale and adv
of July, A. D., 1913. at the Cour
Saturday in July. Everybody in
surrounding communities are in-
vited to attend. DzsKrPTION OF LAND
SJ,,.L..Flemming and family of
Olustee visited Mrs. Flemming's
father G. W. Heton last week. Lot No. ....... .............
E/ of N W% of SE% and
-. -, .PChambers who has been NE tof E, ...............
.. .f. .. 4% padres off N side of NE
attending school at Madison for of sEY .....................
Nt,% of W 4.................
the past month returned home SEYof SE ...................
SEyof Sk and SW of
last Saturday. sBE.........;. :
8W% of ME .
W C. Jernigan and family of NEl ............. .............
N of N W%"/4 .......... ........
Welborn were the guest of his N| of SEY ....................
N of se .. ..................
mother, Mrs. E. Jernigan and Ey2 of sw% of swV and bey4
of swV ..........................
family last Sunday.. swY otLo6..................
S Ye4 of nw% ...................
G. W. Helton and W. I. Carver Nev of ne,....................
1w/ of sw ...................
were business visitors to Lake 4 acres in sw corner of se' of
sw% ..........................
City last Tuesday. 14e04 or feS ...................
ity last Tus y. 7 acres off e side of nel of
bliss M attie Tuten of South ne...........................
N e of sp/4 ....................
Fla. is visitingher aunt Mrs. John swY of nw 4...................
Sei4 of ne4 ....................
OlO S8, EY2of nwi ....................
...... .wg of nw and w% of sw%
Miss Lizzie Chambers visited in and new oi sw.............
Begin where lana line inter-
Lake City last week returning sects R. R. right of way.
Stand run e 70 yds. n 70 yds.
home Saturday. w 70 yds to right of way,
to beginning in sw corner
Sam:Hunt and family visited of swof nw. .............
Wy2 of eY2 and eY2 of nw .....
Mrs. Hu-nt's mother, Mrs. Mary se ofne ....................
4 acres on e side of R. R. in
'Carver last Sunday. neY of sw.Y...............
Sw% of ne4. except 6 acres..
Horace Carver and family have sw% of ne and s/, of nwy4
except : Acre in nw corner
moved to H. R. Bir'leys. and ne of sw4 and nwY
Of se%/4 ...... ...........i ....
Burt and M1organ Chambers Ai of w of neY and neVof
nwY, as lies n of White
attended services at the Episco- Springs road ...... ........-
SY of sw and sy2 of se ....
pal church last Sunday afternoon Ase o one ......................
NY2 of sen ..... ...............
and after preaching they made a Ne ...... .... ..........
EY2 of nw 1/4 and swVi of nwi
call at the home of Mr. John andncofswY ............
Sw 4 of swY ....................
Bouses. Some attraction there wy of eYandeYofnwY and
nw1/ of nwH except 10
Suppose boys. acres in nw corner and swa
of nw% and wY/ of sw% and
We have be having some nice Lne of sw...................
1/ ofne4/ and see of nwY4
rains and crops have come out and s ofse ..............
16 acres off n side of ne ofi
wonderfully and are looking fine sw/ ........................ .
Sw of nw(4 and wY%2 of swV!4
at present. except' turpentine privi-
'leg e ...........................
NeY ofnw and nw0of sw
Ellisville Echoes sel4 of sw l41 ....................
SVi S Se of se% ................. ...
June 2 1913. 10.14 acres in se corner of se4
Sof swY ........................
We had a nice rain to-day. The Begin at so corner o sen of
neae and run n along range
r ladly line to A C L Ry right of
refreshing showers Wasway, sgalong right of way
welcomed by the farmers. The to s boundary 'of said 16th
e to beginning ... ..........
n i. ner of seY -,of
corn crop was beginning to curl and run n 5 chains, e
up and the gardens were parch- 10.84chains.;s 5 chains, w
10.84 chains ..................
g1. Nw)Iwof sefandei of se..
ile / W/2 of se/4 and ne/4 of se!,
Ellisville school closed last Fri- ex,.eptone acre ..............
1 f, f nw ..................... ..
', N' of sw .'.'.'.'...... .......:
"81- 2 O.~ of nwi and sw%4/..........
W ilbur Richardson. a popular s% .............................
yong merchant of High Springs se of ............. : ..
IN w / o f sw Y .. .... .......
waa visiting in our midst yester-sw of s,.........
o, EY/2 Of Se% le~ss20 acres eoff W
a y, side ........ .. ... ...... .....
ndj, f( 15 acres in liecorner of ne4
Rev. Geo. W iggins filled his ap- s of n e w ....................

po'mtwent at the Adventist E of sw and w/ o se4...
chNrch yesterday. fon s:........

There were services also at the E of sw
Baptist chu rch. Nw of Si/i and sa of sw.
A~ aW b ofU1 U w o n w 4..... i..........- ....

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cone of sofsw an s of s1ess
Lake City spent Saturday arid S^ofse :;:..........:
S un d ay in ou r n eig h b o rh ood Ne o w ...... ...........*.
visiting relatives and friends and bk 7,, 1, od 2 I
atUtencfg preaching at Phillippi. coumbia tyB .city ii.
Messrs. Carnette and Hurstof ne.co ...l...ia .. it.. l
Tampa were in our midst to-day. nwi ex s
Mr. Carnette tuned pianos for E. s e corner of ne of nw% .,
W. Farnell and Giles E. Martin. os o. r
M iss E va F a rn ell en tertain ed s ofseu ......................
/ her young friends last Thursday wofnw IdWof sw..


evening and delightfuit refresh- N except 10 acres off e
sid e .... .............. :. '
ments of cake and cream were ,2fsw w....................
4 of SW/ .. . e.
( served. s of Se 4......................
"A 2W O f se 4 ..................... .
Miss Durley McElroy of Tren- N of ne ................. ..
N:12,of ne lIess 10 acres off e

tobn Fla. spent the week-end with sf ............. ..... d .........
S Se oOf ne4 except 1*0 acres
her sister, Mrs. Need Farnell. off e side and e of nwi4
iand sw Of nw4and swY
Miss McElroy was enroute home of nel .......................
N e 4 of ne1 ..................
Irom, oTanl, .assee......4"..:.....

Ichtucknee Springs Nw% of nw .............. ..
W2p s of seI/4 I-ss 3 acres off w
June 2 1918 side of sw, of s ...........
t% of nwy and n2 of sw...
Mr. A. C. Coone of Columbia sw2 of nw..................
s a i o h Saturday. 12 acres in se corner of sey4
S a visitor here saturday. s ........................
Mr. J. A. Porter of near Col- sWfneof nw 4 and n"
) else Of nw .........
ambia was here, Sunday-"don't Nw onof .................
ay.S of sw of nw4...........
know why. W/oftEand se4 of nwi4
There was a dance given at Mr. anse O sw ...............
J u ti e N ey of sw 4.. ...... I.... .... ...
Justice Friday night and was en- sw of ney and se 4of nw4
.1 "u '^ n and so of ne of nw4......
joyed very much by all. nwd ofnffsw and of sw.
Mr. ,: P.J.oyce seems to be a wandnwY of se4.............
constant visitor of Mrs. and Mrs. w of ne and iii.i.nw *'os'de. 1
v , & ,T 1 c m Se!4of se.
Se 4Of sw .....................
A. Hazel's of Thompson's s% of swY :::...:......:...
Snt. It seems strange he never 1 cre in ne oifney...........i
I,,.-, .U I 18N/ acres off n side of ney of
1 'islt there until Miss Grace nw .......... .
Nw% of nw% ..................
W ia ms come uut to spend a Se of nw ...................
Sw ,e'Oks E. of sey .... ......
Sw of nw ..................
a Ruby Barrs has her wof Loti ..................
Kl? *' N of lot 2 or. nw of ne :
iile again. Guess why. '9of le2o
wee# S 2u s w of ne ...................
Si^me lr--&v C. C. has returned NwY r of sw ..................
S. ofl- '*e 8e4fwiandi np 4 of se/4 ....
n TincSehOf".e of wt, ,Ann swt/w of se%
*ap1Snwi of nPI/ and reI ofnwV4
Teqre's to b" big picnic and( w% of nw 4..................
ta ce at Ichtuckee Springs the N oflot ..................... .
41h .f J u lyeverybody invited to NOei orn :.... .............
a-S ae t' I i ing wel l tiled baskets i a 1 4an o nw of..............
11,0P Tr- t g in b thing. t Eo frnw Vand5 acres off e
.'.a I- t ')e prepared o(to i n<. .,i I of sw! of nW ... .


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Frances M Cross ..........
Dan Mills,r.............
FrancesM Cross..........
Jack Martin ..............
Frances M Cross..........
Frances M Cross.........
H R Thomas ..............
R J & B F Oamp Lum Co.
Frances M Cross..........
Frances M Cross..........
R J&B F Camp Lum Co.
H R Tnomas ..............
Frances MCross..........
Frances M Cross..........
Frances M Cross..........
Frances M Cross ..........
R J & B F'Oamp Lum Co.
Frances M Cross..........
Frances M Cross..........
Frances M Cross.........
Zett Baker.................
Frances M Oross.........
Frances M Cross..........
Frances M Cross..........
Frances M Cross...........
R J az B F Camp Ltim Oo.
Frances M. Cross .........
Frances M Cross..........
Frances M Cross..........
R J & B F Camp Lum Co.
Frances M Cross..........
R J & B F Camp Lum Co.
Frances M Cross..........
Frances M Cross.........
R J & B F Camp Lum Co,
Frances M Cross..........


Frances M Cross..........
Unknown .................
Unknown...................
Unknown. .... .............
Frances M Cross..........
Frances M Cross..........
David Haddock............
8 Dobson ................
RJ& BF Camp Lum Co.
R J & B F Camp Lum Co.
Edward Jones.............
John Harrison............
R J & B F Camp Lum Co.


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D G Rivers ...............
G R Gibson ...............
D G Rlvers..................
H. P. Plummer........
O S Moore .................
Mrs. M E Rivers..........
il Bryan...... ..........



Nettle Tresca. ............
J A Carpenter.............
Unknown..................

Bettle Edwards ..........
Delia Flemmlng........
Sprig Flemming..........
SprigFlemming..........


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560 G D Eygabroad...........

280 G D Eygabroad...........
120 G W Price............ .....
40 E H Holland ........;......
640 GD Evyganbroud.... ..,...
29 Matilda Puchy...........
180 G D Eygabroad.... .
1' Isaiah Mayo.............
1 Alonza Davis.......... ...
1-1; A BDudley.'.............
2 George Robinson.........
1Y, Unlknown.:............. ...
2 A C Scott..................
2 A C Scott ... ....... :.......
.CO Peter Robinson ..........
i75 Isaac Mobley.. ............
,80 R H Chapman..............
5 Jerry Watkins .... r.) .....
1 Porter Hit-nderson ........
1.48 Eliza Brown..............
Y George Hamilton........
14 Daniel Rayns ..............
% Peter Jones ... ............

2 Fred Robinson ... .........
1 Heirs of Est Robt Jones
14 Simon and Rosa Wilson..


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Foster Brooks. Sr.........
J II Boden ................
G A W Cohami ers'... .
Heirs of Est s .enin.
HHeirs of Est \V in M <- C'n-3
RobertI Day ..............
James Tompkin .'.......
J B MeCullough ..........
Heirs tl Mart ha Klitrell
J B McCollouoh ...........
D P Mct',..llough..f .....
Henry Jerkins ............
P B Burnett ............
L B Mc'ullough........
J E Scott .. ........'....
A u yu -Lus G riffin..'.......- .
Johnl h temn.im...........
yusan f le nmiin.r ........
Sam Tunsll .. ...............
MartL A Brooks ...........
Edandr Bynum ............
B S Long&. Co.............
B Long & Co.............
Frank/t'unSill..............
Paul Tunsil...` .............
Ellen Gainey.....-.......
William Williams.. .......

B S Long-& Co ............
Hattie White ..............
Raymond Harvey ........
A F Hooper................
W M Franklin ............
Guy Chastain...............
Heirs estJ, E" Henry ....
Heirs est of Wm Lyons ..
Wm Franklin.... ........
Joseph Benton...........
Richard Banks ...........
May Sumpter ..... .......
J J Bynum ...............
Richard Banks ...........
William Banks ......... .r.
Frank Tunsll ..............
Heirs Est Wm H Lyons.
Unknown .................


B H Johnson ..............
J J Bynum ................
J F Coleman ..............
J HAlford.... ............
Elvin Madison ............
J H Alford .................
W H Counlce ..............
Robert Pinckney..........
Charlotte Griffin..........
W H Osteen ..............
Alex Alexander ...........
Est of Sam Srowl ........
Julius Lee......... .....
NC McMilllen..........
N C McMillen .............
R G Perrin ................
Est ofW A Lord...'.......
Heirs est L-I Flemmilng.
G W Matthews.............
D L Hollingsworth .......
Jack Sumpter .............
N C. McMillen.............
Solomon Davis ...........
Heirs Est Tush Jones..,.
John P Collins ............
Jack Sumpter ... .......
Unknown ...................
Jack Sumpter .............. .
J H Alford..................
A E Summers .............
Est of S D Smoke ..........
Charles Dbuberley .........
Charltes Douberley ........
S D Smoke...................
W D Dubose................
Fannie Paulk .............
Rufus Fisher..............
Josh Lang .................
H R Thomas................


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2 Mattle Holton..... ........
Y Mattle Holton ............
1 Evallna Brown ...........

520 G D Eygaboard ...... ...
420 G D Eygabroad............
40 George Curry......,.......

240 George W Price...........
140 George 'W Price...........
40 Joseph Shade .............
80 J O Green ..................
82 Steven Redding ..........
95 Geo R Cooper.............

110 Geo R Cooper .............
40 Geo Dicks .. ............. ...
20 Geo Dicks .................
90 Alice Ellison.............
40 Geo Dicks..................
37% James Morehead .........
40 Ge o Dicks .................
2 00 E L Odome .................
40 B k Ellis .............. ..
22Y James Morehead .........
80 ; James Morehead ........
-40 G M Snelgrove............
107 Gilroy Rimes .............
; 80 GM Snelgrove............
80 Percy Tompkins.. .....
40 Olivia Mays................
40 Gilroy Rimes ..............
40 WT Baltiwanger...... ..
78 B S Snelgrove ...... ......


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DESCRIPTION OF LAND a NAME OF OWNR
NAX OF OWE M Q


Begin 60 ft w from ne cor of
lot 100 and run s 105 ft w 45
ftn 105 fte 45ftto begln'ig J H and S A Spier ........ 1805
Nw% of lot 102 .............. 14 Mariah Alexander ... ... 8 81
Lot in se cor of blk 22 71% ft
eandwby118ftnands.... .20 J C Cain .................... 667
% acre in a sq In se cor of blk
130) and Lots 131 and 132 ..... 2% G W Price ............., :. W1 15

Western Division of Lake City
Begin 118 ft e from sw cor of
bik 310 and run n 211% ft e
102 ft a 210 ft w 105 to beg'n W H Colson..... ......... 15 27
W 2 of lot 314 ................... T H M artin........ ....... 14 37
Lot 315 ................ ........... %2 Frank Marsaall: ......... 18 81
Nw oflot I.................... J A Fisher .................... 21 33
Part of wY of lot 3 and frac
of lot 4 ........................ 38 0 8 M oore .. ........... 14 66
SY of lot 16 ................. Y2 Mary C Spencer ......... 601

Central Division of Lake City
Begin 84 ft s from ne cor of
Slot 19 and run s 37%2 ft w 105
ft n 37 ft e 105 ft to beg'ng Mrs Lulu Futch .......... 5730
Lot 23 .............. ........... Y M rs Lulu Futch .......... 24 06
Lot 32 .......................... 1 Heirs est Mrs C V Taylor 97 80

Eastern Division of Lake City
Begin 245 ft s from ne cor of
nw4 of nw and run w 276
ft s82 fte 276 ft n 82 ft to
beginning ................... 32 38 17e Y Alex Grant ................ 3 31
Begin at se cor of lot of Ma-
lissa Sanders and run w 70
yds s 70 yds e 70 yds n 70 yds
to beginning................ 33, 3s 17e 1 Nina Johnson..... ..,..... 7 21
Lot 10 blk A Bendhetm addi-
tion........................... 33 3s 17e Bertha Jones ............. 1 30
Begin 8 chains s from ne cor
ofswy of nw4 and run w
10 chains s 3 chains e 10
chains n 3 chain to beg'ng 33' 3s 17e 3 J M Goodbread............. 331
Begin 15 chains s from ne cor
of sw% of nw4 and run w 10
chains s 4Y% chains e10 chns
n 42 chains to beginning.. 33 3s 17e 4% J J Harris!................ 3 87
Begin at nw cor of se% of nw
1 and run s 20 chains e 6.36
chains n 20 chains w 6.36
chains to beginning........ 33 8s 17e .123 T D Sparks................ 15 56
% acre off a side of bik 234 ... L J Diggs .................. 7 71
Nei/ of lot 256 ............... J sher........... J A F s .. .... 3 23
Wyt of lot 259.......... ....... Scott A Edwards......... 6 02
Sw% of lot 265 ................ Vi WC Barkley............. 11 58

Southern Division of Lake City
7% acres in nw cor of ne of
sw ....... ........ In c ........ 33 3s 17e 714 T D Sparks.. .............. 8 53
Lot 18blk C subdiv of blk 302 J A Fisher ................. 1 80
Lot 8 blk l sub-div of blk 302 F A Farwell ............... 1 30
Lot 43,blk F subdiv ofblk 302 S Dobson ........I.......... 910
Lot 72 blk I subdiv of blk 302 S Dobson... .... 1 87
Lot 70 blk J subdtvOf hbk 302 S Dobson ............ 1 87
Lot 51 blk L subdiv of bik 302 J LGardner............ 1 80
Blk 307.......................... 2 Ashley M marshall .......... 11 57
Blk 310 ...... .......... ...... 23 Silvia Hart ................ 8 80
Lot 21 blk C iubdiv bik 302.. S A Edwards ....... ..... 1 58

; Fort White, Florida
BIkT ................. ......... 2 M artin Fulger ............ 2 11
Lot7 ........... .. ............ 1 Mrs Fannie Bynum ....... 1 84
Lot 10 ... ..,. ............ ... 1 Delia W illiam s ............ 1 00
Nw%4 of lot 31 ............ % H PNewman... ......... 11 58
W ofsne ofo 54 ........... Columbia Lodge K o P35 17 15
S oftswY4Oflt I6" t .......... WCNiblack ...... ....... 1 85
Lot 68 ....... ...... I Y1 FtWhite Ginning Co ... 602
LoL 9- .... ..........| 1 J H M athews ............. 1 47
Lot 128 ... .......... ......... 1 G o, P re ley ............ 1 (K


W. M. DOWLING,
Tax Collector, Columbia County, Florida


'(Continued from page 5.)


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King Beda, the pure bred Guern-
sey bull which heads the Guernsey
herd of the Delaware Agricultural
college, has attracted a great deal
of attention. He Is a half brother
of one of the most noted bulls of
the breed in the United State& As
his portrait shows, he is .an excel-
lent individual. This bull has but
two daughters in .milk. and these
have been officiall* tested for a
year, beginning at two and a half
years old. They have averaged 11,-
000 pounds of milk and over 630
pounds of butter each.


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swU and wA of se/ and ne- 4
of 60% and n 2 of s8"Y of se% 34
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sY% and nw v ................ 35
Nw of swi and e/ of swY4
Sand w of se ............... 85
.Ne% ant e% of nwI ......... 2
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N8w% of nwy ....... ........... 2
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*nw%4 of ne% .................. 83
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Ne4 of nw4 less 12 acres off
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Nw4 of nwY ................... 9
,SeY4 of ne .................... 9
-8e4 of ne for 1911 ............ 9
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8E% as lies west of River.... 11
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.N% of nw% and'all of nw% of \
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All of sw% of sw% as lies s
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and all of n% of n of se%
and aw of seY as lies n of
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:Sw% of nw% .................. 22
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Ww4 of sw of sw4 ......... 27
A ll.............................. 28
AK% anid nwy4 and sw of
8wY4nd ex/2 of sw% ....... 29,'
Se of n w4 and w/ of ne%
and nw% and seY and w7
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N% of ne/ .................... 31
E% and nwY4 and sw% of
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aE% of nwi oi nw. .. ........ 84
SNo of nw%................... 35
S.. :is of neY4 of sw of ne1 .... a5
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Swy4 of s-w'4 of Sw" ........... 85
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Inw 01 s.0 L 1 nee% ......... 6
WV o4f sw i ,6f ,1r 4............: 6
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sNw1..vu nle of swY and S3/.
of sk-1 ".> ac1^o ()"nw1^.....; 7 7
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anld loe,1 of qnw, of hwL ... 8
e"o of sw,, ans Sw- 01 meti 9
"* W -S j Of se,:, Of 3s V.7 ........ 9
Nw.% oftsw. of iwI ..W........ 13
S.{ w ,. of nlel : of Se ...... .. 11
Wi W of nt14 anu nw,4 of sek 1l.
Sel- o ,f S04 of ne' 1 .......... 15
2* orf;nwtiw of swl. ........ 16
N ~wy14'ot iie1 OfSW !4............ 17
New% ot ne 14 of SwN4 .......... 17
N,/ of sw% of nw ............ 17
NwY of t--w ot TO W so ........ 17
o, t'/ Oof eot ne1ro.......,:..... 17
,ot1O bik 4 town of Jefferson 17
Lot 7 bik 2 town of Jefflerson 17
.Lot 7 blk 12 town of Jefferson 17
tLot 1 blk 11 town of Jefferson 17
Lot 8 blk 25 town of Jefferson 17
-Cot 1 b Ik 10 town of Jefferson 17
got 9 blk 4 town of Jefferson 17
.Lot 44bik 13 town of Jefferson 17
-S,' of ne of se% ............ 18
Kwfw/ of nw% of nw4 .......... 20
FZ of nwY of ne1/ ............ 22
Nw of se ................... 22
N/ of nw4 of nw of nwY.. 24
N_ of ne of nel of swx .... 24
W} of blk A In Lulu ........ 26
1Lot 10 and 11 bik 7 in Lulu... 26
Lots 1 and 2 bik 2 in Lulu.... /,26
Lot 9 blk 7 in Lulu...i... .... 26
thot 1 in blk 8 in Lulu ........ 26
J~egin where n line of R R ,
right of way crosses line
dividing ne of sey from
nw of se and run n 90
yds se 290 yds, f 90 yds to
right of way nw along right
of way to beginning ........ 27
aw of nw4 and, na of sw1^. 8


P L John....................
J L M artin.................
P L John....................
P L John..... ......... ...
Elsie McNish..............
J L Mathew.s..............
P L John...................
J L Mathews ..............
J M Goodbread............
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W H Downing....... ....
Minnie L Downing.......
L W Robinson............
Minnie L Downing.......
Minnie L.Downing.......
W H Downing............
Minnie Downing. ........
W M Davidson............
Hoshea Brown............
W M Davldson............

W M Davidson ............
W MDavidson............
W M Davidson............
Unknown .................
W M Davidson.... ....
Silas Bradley....... ......


W M Davidson ..........
Soliman Wright.. .......
W M Davidson...........
W M Davidson...........
D M Davidson ......... ..
East Coast Lumber Co ..
G D Eygabroad ........
G D Eygabroad ... ......
G D Eygabroad ..........
G D Eygabroad ... .......
G D Eygabroad ..........
G D Eygabroad .........
G D Eygabroad .........
G D Eygabroad .... i.....

G D Eygaproad .........
Rev. E Keetter.H........
G D Eygabroad ..........
G D Eygabroad ...........

G D Eygaoroad .........
G D Eygabroad ..........
G D Eygabroad ...'.....
G F McKhaun ............
G D Eygabroad ........
G D Eygabroad ... ......
Bridgett M Harmon.....
Harry R Spicer ...........
Abraham Eisaman ......
Elvin C Wilson...........
Robert Lamb .............
G D Eygabroad .........
G D Eygabroad ..........


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Photo by Delawa re Agricultural college.


cerned. We believe in feeding her in
such a manner that It will put her in
proper shape for calving. .If milk fe-
ver follows the simple cure, the air
treatment, may be applied. Every
good dairyman should provide himself
with the necessary instruments for in-
flating the udder with air. These In-
struments are easily procured, but a
bicycle pump. milking tube and a short
piece of rubber hose will serve the
purpose.
Great chre should be taken to have
the tube that is inserted into the teat
thoroughly sterilized. Boiling is one
of the best ways. 'Qare should be thiken
uuot to touch it with the fingers or have
it come in contact with anything be-
fore inserting. Furthermore, the teat
ItSelf and the end should be thoroughly
washed with a disinfectant, using one
part of corrosive sublimate to a thou-
sand parts of water, whidh is a very
effective antiseptic. Great care should
be used in handling the corrosive sub-
limate because it is a deadly poison.
An 8 to 10 per cent solution of carbolic
acid is also a good antiseptic. If the
operator is careful in thoroughly ster-
ilizingthe instruments and the end of
the teat before inserting the instru-
ments there is no danger of infecting,
the udder, and furthermore the air
treatment is practically an absolute cure
for milk fever.

Pasture For Hogs.
nRape is surely x one of the most sat-
isfactory early pastures for hogs and
should be used far more than it is. At
the Kansas experiment station rape
has returned a value of $12 per acre in
combination with proper grain rations.
It is very low in crude fiber, which
makes it especially adapted to ,the di-
gestive system of the hog. Careful-
analyses. made at the Ohio station
show that in proportion to the total
dry matter in the plant it contains a
higher per cent of protein than* clover.
isoy\ bean hay or even alfalfa. An acre
of rape will pasture fifteen to twenty
hogs for two or three months. It is a
cool weather plant, belonging to the
cabbage family, and may be seeded
early in the spring. It produces a
rank growth of large succulent leaves.
growing twenty to thirty inches in
height. It does best on rich heavily
manured soils and can be used to great
advantage in feed lots which have been
Used through the- winter season.




GOOD ROAD MAXIMS. "

'Maintenance, maintenance an4 0
r maintenance. Your road will go0
to pieces without it. '
If the estimate is too low, then
Don't bid on the job. Keep away
and save,your money.
The improvement. of a road
enlarges the opportunity of
Those engaged in any kind of
business contiguous to it. *
Better roads should be the slo-
pgan in every community. 0
e Get busy with your legislature
Sfor better road laws.
Every state should have a well *
* organized road association. _


520 G > Egynorad .........
;>60 G D Eygabroad ..........

610 G D Eygabroad ....;....
,', Jobnh1and Julia A nIderetgio
t0 Ca'rJe E McKav.. .......
10 Ludwing Hanmerle......
S 15 Theophil Wolf ..:.......
15 Frank L Wuske...........
80 John EniIll .......
10 Geo W W right .........,.
10 Mrs. J L Klo s ......
10 Charle J Krnulier.'....,
20 ,-Virll L, T,,wner.......
80 'W G Lee. ... ..........
10 Samuel Cottrell..........
20 C Hemerick .............
i10o Mary A iFuimer ........
10 RT Fulnier ................
20 Max Wotler .............
10 oIsaac T Evans..........
20 Geo S Buady.,..........
J J Taranttna................
Abraham Eisaman.......
A rs. Lydia Mesloh .
Riney klatt ...........
Harry Fraumiflelder.....
Wm C Aaron .............
Carrie E McKay..........
B F Christian.............
10 Mrs Lydia Msloh........
10 Luke Romanelli ..........
20 W C Aaron...............
40 Harry Franenfelder.....
5 C B Palmer ...............
5 B F Christian.............
1I2 Curtis Waldrcn ..........
.1 W G Lee...................
Unknown..................
.11 N W Horn... ..............
.11 William Watkins ........




5 W G Lee. .................
12o Drew Lumber Co .........


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40 acres less than two miles from Lake
City, no improvements, $12.50 per acre.

80 acres unimproved land one and one half
miles from Lake City. Faces niain highway
and is fine location for poultry or truck farm.
Price $10.00 per acre. ,

40 acres unimproved land located 7 miles
southeast of Lake City, on main road. Price
$8.00 per acre.

240 acres unimproved land with good tim-
ber on it and encumbered with two year tur-
pentine lease. Located 7 miles southeast of
Lake City in a good farming section and the soil
is of the best. Price $7.50 per acre.

Columbia county lands are rising in value
and the prices quoted on these tracts are ex-
, ceptionally low.

For further particulars, write or call.









Karstedt Realty




Company


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jo t 38 .......... ... ...........
Cots 41, 42 h-nd 43............
.Lot 22 and w% of lot 23 In sw%
of ne ........................ 29 3s 17e
Lot 67 and 68 and wY of lot
69 and w% of lot 70....... .. 29 3s 17e
Ulegin 255 yds e from sw cor-
nOer of nwY of sw4 and :run
n 52 yds. e55 yds, s 352 yds.
w55yds to beginning....... 28' 3s 17e


1 Sallie White ..............
1 Sallie White...... ........
3 Sallie White.... ..... ....
1Y3 B W Thompson'...........
2% B W Thompson ..........


4 Sarah Jackson .......... .,


4 53
3 23
8 80
2 15
2 42


4 43


C ot 70 ........... .......... ...
3S of W2 of lot 75..............
-egin a t ne cor of blik 79 iand
run S 315 fu, w 210 ft, n 315 ft,
e 210 ft to beginning ........
Wwe of an acre lot lying n of
of land of T N Melton In
blk 79.............. .... .. ... -
of oYf n2 and swn of an acre
ot lying n of land of T N
Melton in bik 79 ............
Cot 3and4 In blk B .........
Slk F ....... ... .......... ..
.ey of sw of ne ........... 80
WY, of e2 of swY of ne4 less
S acres off s end ............ 30
]Got 2 blk B Thompson sur.
oaf nw/4 of nw4. .............. 29,

Northern
ast a7 ft e and w by 210 ft n
zand s in se cor of lot 8 blk D
A.lL of lot 18 blk D e except a
o0t in se corner 47 ft e and
w by 210 tt n and s ..........
JWAts 12 and 13 in blk e....S....
Msats Tom Page sur ofswY of
4s ........................... 28
W oz Tom Page sur of swY
otswY .............. i.......... 28
XaotgTom Page sur of sw%
ofsw % ....................... 28
Iet .19 Tom Page sUr of sw/
ot:swY4.... ..... .... .......... 28
*e" of lot 6 aya survey.... 28
1% Of lot 62 :.. ........
% of nw and sy2 of lot 64..
Nw% of lot 72. ......
Begin at nw cor of lot 81 and
run s 42 ft, e 95 ft, f 42 ft w
95 ft to beginning........
JE% of lot 88 except a lot 35
kt e and w by 75 ft n and s ith


3 O H Porter ................
% John A Abrams .........

1 Bell & Powell............

4 Geo Lowe .................


8 80
3 28

6 92

383

6 92
1 u0
8 80
3 28
3 53
1 30



8 29

11 06
8 80
9 11
14 66
9 10
9 10
4 93
42 19
11 58
33 85

18 05


4
8


Jas Alex Aaron.. ........
Unknown "..
C H Porter ..............
C;H Porter ................


8s 17e
3s 17e
38s 17e

n Division


7 J W Taylor ...............
.17 Drew Lumber Co....,....

of Lake City

.28 J W Preston ..............

1 J W Spears................
William Smith ...........
Unknown..................
.87 Alex Jones ...............
1 Alex Alexander... .......


3s 17e
88a 17e
3s 17e
3s 17e
3s 17e


1%
%
%

V4


GW Parker '.............
Albert Holland..........
C D Powell......... ......
B W Thompson ...........
Mrs F E Suarborough.....


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1-11 B J and D J Jons ... ....

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PREVENTION AND


CURE OF MILK FEVER


If a cow is in good physical condi-
tion and flesh it is well not to feed
very much it any grain, but give a lib.
eral amount of succulent feed, such as
silage and alfalfa and all the good hay,
preferably of the legume class. that
Ihe will consume without waste. If
there are no succulent feeds we be-
lieve it well to feed about one pound of
ollmeal daily together with some other
feed like bran or ,ground oats. We
suggest the oilmeal because of its,,
tendency to keep the bowels of the ani-
mal in good condition, but the succu-
lent feed will do that If It is obtainable.
says Hoard's Dairyman.
The time has come when we need
pay but little attention to the feeding
of the cow so far as milk fever is con-

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-We make picture frames to
order. Boozer Art Studio.


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Worth Dexter of Live Oak was
visiting in the city Tuesday.
Miss Lillian Shipp of Route 3
is visiting Miss Mary Roberts.
Mrs. J. A. Mitchel, of Macon
is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. R.
Peterson.


There's a world of satisfac-
tion in buying Uneeda Biscuit
because you know you will
get what you want-soda
crackers that are oven-fresh,
crisp, clean, appetizing and
nourishing.

Uneeda Biscuit are always uniform
in quality-they are always alike
in crispness, in flavor-they are
soda c r a c k e r s you can depend'
upon. And all because Uneeda'
Biscuit are uncommon soda crack-
ers packed in an uncommon way.


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If you are in the habit of paying your bills with ready
money out of your pocket, you give the impression
that you belong to the class of people who live from
hand to mouth. Your check would be just as accepta-
ble, and you would gain the additional advantage of
having a receipt for the money paid. Open a check-
ingaccount with this bank.



The State Exchange Bank

of LAKE CITY, FLORIDA


Mrs.
arrived
Mrs. F.


George Rich of Daytona
Tuesday for a visit with
L. Porter.


"Good board with room $2.00
per week, Mrs. J. A. Medlin, 242
Griffith street, Pablo Beach,
Fla.
Misses Ethel Means and Leta
Houston of Ft. White are spend-
ing the week with Mrs. T. J.
Robinson.
Seats are free and no collection
at the opera house Sunday 3 p. m.
McIlvaine's Bible lecture.
"Where are the Dead?"
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Groover
of Thomasville, Ga., are visiting
with their daughter, Mrs. F. A.
Crowder. .
-For Sale. ,Fine driving
horse, harness and rubber-tired
buggy. Apply to F.-E. Lautz at
the Index Office.


Five cents everywhere
moisture-proof package.


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CLEARANCE SALE

id-Summer 'Millinerry


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--Get Highlo electric lamps at
Lake City Bargain House.
Miss Anna Crowder of Hend-
ersonville, N. C., is visiting her
brother, F. A. Crowder and fam-
ily. .
Miss Annie Simpson entertain-
ed her music- class Tuesday by
taking them to White Springs
for a day's outing.
-The old hat made new by
"Rexall Hat Cleaner." Wise
Drug Co.
Miss Mary Skipworth has re-
turned to her home in White
Springs after a visit with! Mr. and
Mrs. G. 0. Palmer.
I Miss RIuth Yeager' returned to
her home in Louisville, Ky.,
iThursday after an extended visit
with her sister, Mrs M. A.
Wood.
Mrs. J. A. Townsend spent
several days in Madison this week
having been called there by the
sudden death of her niece, Grace
McIntyre.
-Stay at home this summer
use Rexall Sarsaparilla Tonic
and be healthy and happy. Wise
Drug Co. (Rexall Store)
.Lyman Helvenston and family
have moved into their attractive
new bungalo which has just been
built on their lot opposite the
court house.
The following ladies own Hoos-
ier Kitchen Cabinets in Lake
City, Mrs. T. P. Jordan, Mrs. W.
M. Ives, Mrs. J. W. Layne and
Mrs. R. J. Boughen, ask them
what they think of them, then
order yours. $1.00 down and $1.00
per week. See ad on page 2.
SELWYN CHALKER.
F. H. McDonald, who has been
local agent for the Southern Ex-
press Company for about two
years has been transferred to
Bradentown and will be succeed-.
ed in the local office by C. J.
Schenck of Madison. -Mr. Mc-
Donald has made many friendsin
Lake City during his stay who


New lot of goods just received will be
offered at this Sale at low prices. Many
bargains in Notions, Laces and Em-
broideries.


COLUMBIA PHARMACY
' PURE DRUGS,
FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
and GOOD CIGARS.
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Where are
lecture Sunday
Opera House.
no collections.
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the dead? Free
3 p. m. at the
Seats free and


SALE BEGINS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11th
SALE C L 0 S E S SA TURDA Y, JUNE 14th


"The rich man in hell, the thief
in Paradise, Lazarus in Abraham's
bosom" free lecture Sunday 6
p. m. at the opera house.
Ray Niblackl< returned Tues-
day from New Orleans where he
has been a student in the medi-
cal department of Tulane Uni-
versity. ,': .
:--Al calls for. Drs. Julian.
Chlalker, Rivers Chandler and
Short, Veterinary, will reach
them at onceif left at Wise Drug
Co. ': '
Regular monthly meeting of
the Ladies Cemetery Association
will be held at 4 p. m., Wednes-
day June, 11. All members are
requested to be present.
L. S. Jackson, formerly man-
ager of the Columbia Motor Co.,
but now connected with a Jack-
sonville automobile company,
was transacting business in the
city Wednesday.
-Mrs. A. G.,Rouse, formerly
manager of the Suwannee
Springs hotel has ,rented the
Taylor house. and is having it
cleaned and renovated for the
purpose of opening a boarding
house.
Mrs. L. L. Nickolsen returned
from Jacksonville Monday where
she has spent several weeks.
Mr. Nickolsen has been in a hos-
pital there for some time but is
out now and again able to attend
to his duties with the Cudahy
Packing Co.
-The Uniform School-book
Law goes into effect July 1st,
and there will be a complete
change in the books. We have
the agencies for the complete
lines, and have an ample supply
for all the schools of the county.
All old books which have been
used in the schools will be ex-
changeable for a like grade.
Wise Drug Co.


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-Picture frames made to or-
der. Boozer Art Studio.
W. B. Cathey transacted busi-
, in Jasper Tuesday.
-Boost home Industries
..,' -smoke the Lopez Blunt cigar.
,J. H. Griffin left Saturday for
a visit in Thomas'ville, Ga.-
S Rev. 0. T. Mattox left for Live
Oak Friday where ehe will con-
< : duct, evangelistic meetings.
Prof. G. M. Rodwell of Colum-
bia Collige left last week for his
home inWarrenton,S. C.
Mrs.J. T. Morris and daughter
have returned home from a visit
with relatives in Valdosta.
Mrs. J. E. Garner of Jacksonville
spent last week in the city as
the guest of Mrs. A. B. Hagan.
-We have a supply of the fa-
mous "Dodge" HOG-CHOLERA
REMEDY and will take pleasure
in explaining its uses. Wise
Drug Co.
The following reports of attend-
ance at Sunday schools have been
handed in. Baptist, H. W. Mark-
ham, Supt., Enrollment 178, At-
tendance, 131, Percentage, 74.
Presbyterian, I. S. Jones, Supt.,
Enrollment, 98f Attendance 64,
Percentage 65.


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:: City, where "you can,


in Lake


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Bascom H. Palmer arrived
home from Tulane University,
New Orleans, Monday where he
has just completed his third year
in the medical department.
-Don't forget the name and
place-Harrington's restaurant,
for a good dinner. Short orders
served at all times. Try them
and you'll come again. Opposite
Columbia County Bank.
Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Wood,
Mrs. Lambert, Mrs. A. R. Wise,
Miss Ruth Yeager, of Louisville,
Ky., and Mr. S. T. Chalker at-
tended a picnic in White Springs
Tuesday which was given by
Miss Annie Simpson to her Sun-
day school class.
Leave your pocketbook home
but hear Mcllvaine's free Bible
lectures next Sunday at the
opera house 3 p. m. "Where
are the dead?" 7:30 "The Day of
Judgment."


Try a P-W-L Blunt Cigar
You'll like them. There isn't
one man in fifty who finds fault
with them; so they must be pret-
ty good.
When 49 1Mex
out of fifty say a cigar is good,...
then there's a poor chance for
you to get left when you buy it.
P. W. LOPEZ CIGAR CO.
LAKE CITY, FLA.


3are ( ream
(With Peroxide)

Free from grease---Heal-
ing---Antiseptic. Clears


will regret to see him leave.


the skin of blemishes,
making it soft and beauti-
ful. Relieves sunburn
and tan.




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Don't take something just as good"

SFOR SALE BY

LAKE CITY BARGA IN HOUSE


ATTEND THE BIG 5ALE!

I am selling out my entire stock of goods regardless of cost!
I will positively retire from business soon. The greatest CUT-
PRICE SALE ever inaugurated in Lake City. I mean business.
I am going to sell.


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The pastors of churches in Lake
City are requested to bring or send
their announcements and church
news to this office not later than
Wednesday noon each week.
EPISCOPAL.
ST. JAMES.
Sunday:-Morning prayer and ser-
mon, 11:00 a. m.; evening prayer and
address, 7:00 p. m.; Sunday School:
first and third Sunday, 9:45 a. m.;
second and fourth Sunday, 3:30 p. m.
Holy Communion: First Sunday in
month, 11:00 a. m.; third Sunday in
month, 7:30 a. m.; every Saints' day,
10:00 a. m.
BAPTIST.
Rev. Martin A. Wood, Pastor. Ser-
vices every Sunday at 11 a. m., anj
7:45p m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Evening prayer every Wednesday at
7:45 p. m. Woman's Missionary So-
ciety, Monday after 1st and 3rd Sun-
, days, at 4 p. m.I
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Location: Southwest Corner City Cemetery
Hours for Worship: Bible study
and Communion at 10 to 12 o'clock
every Lord's day.
Preaching, first Lord's day in each
month at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:00
o'clock p. m.
Prayer meeting every Thursday
night at the usual hour.
A cordial invitation extended to
all to attend all the services
BY THE CHURCH.
Sunday Services at the Presby-
terian Church.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Preach-
ing at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Prayer
service Wednesday 7:45 p. m. All are
invited. Services one hour.
REV. A. E. SPENOER, Pastor.
Methodist Churcn Directory.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Preaching, 11 a. m.
7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30
p. m. Rev. R. V. ATKISSON Pastor.

ADVENT CHURCH.
H. E. Pancost, Pastor. Services
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. Sunday school 10 a. m. Prayer
meeting Tuesday evening at 7:00. e
Ladies Aid and Missionary Society
meets Monday after the 1st Sunday
of each month, 3:30 p. m.


SECRET SOCIETY MEETINGS
S7:3oP. M. In Winter-8:oo P. M. in Summer.
MASONIC.
Blue Lodge No. 27-Second and fourth
N wednesday s.
Providence Chapter No. 20-Third Friday
ORDER OF ELKS.
SLake City Lodge No. 898--Every Thursday
," ODD FELLOWS.
DeSoto Lodge No. 17-Every Friday
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Lake City Lodge No. 54 Every Monday.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Olive Camp No. 15-First and thira
Wednesday.





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gIiM"Will practice in all courts


ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Bacon Building,
Over Young's Drug Store,
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA
VW'Practices in all State Courts.

A.B. & C. C. SM1ALL0
Attorneys-at-Law.
General practice, State and Federal
courts. Conveyancing and collec-
tions.
Office over Wise Drug Store.

j B. HODGES.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
LAKE CITY, FLA.
Practices in the courts of the State.
Prompt attention to all business.


Cures 01d Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $L00.


w B, RUSH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN
Specialist Chronic Diseases
Office in Exchange Bank Building
LAKE CITY, FLA.


DAVIS 1 001

PURE PAI'N


is made exclusively of bhilh priced,
pure materials, and for this reason,
it covers more surface with greater
density-a better finish and last long-
er than other paints-TRY IT!
For Sale by The DeSoto Drug Co.


er pr-.


Wanted-Propetty to sell or rent.
List your property with us. Kar-
stedt Realty Co., Vinzant Bldg.


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I have been in
insures you of
me. My per-
President


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Whiskey House

A WORD TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS:
Every one knows my reputation for honest business policies, as
business in Jacksonville for 25 years, and my established reputation
the highest quality at the lowest price when you buy whiskey from
sonal guarantee goes with every order. CHAS. BLUM,

Orders Shipped Same Day Received
Prices, Express Prepaid


there is any way to prevent
necessitates extra labor at
when labor is at a premium
lines of farm work. This
ways planted an acre or two.
ing on the number of hogs he
sweet corn. This he began


it, as It
a time
in other
man al-
depend-
kept. in
to feed.


4 Qts. 1 6 Qts. 12 Qts.


stalk and all. when the grain began to
set. When this was all gone he usu-
ally had some early corn ripening.
Early in the summer a small patch of
oats furnished succulent feed until
the oats crop was ready to harvest,
and by that time sorghum was ready
to fill in the gap between the oats
and sweet corn.
The late spring of 1912, with its cold
rains and clammy soil, was not condu-
cive to even sprouting of corn and
Kafir; hence the sweet corn crop on
my farm was cut short, and I did not
have much sweet corn with which to
supplement my pasture during the dry
season. 1 had. however, a good sized
patch of angels intended for winter
feeding, and I used these instead. It
seems strange that farmers, as a rule,
do not seem to realize the value of
these roots as stock feed. For six or
seven years I have raised them for
hogs. poultry and cows. and each sea-
son finds me wishing I had planted
more. The main objection to them is
the amount of work required in raising
the crop. but they are such heavy
yielders a small plot produces a large
amount of rich feed.


SC) ORN


4 Qts. Qts. IX Qts.
Black & Blue $ 300 4.50 8.00 Harvest Corn
Pure N. C. Style White 3.00 4.50 8.00 Old Reserve


GIN
4 Qts. C Qts. 1 Qtb.


3 GaL
Keg.
4.90
2.75
475
4.80
7inn


AGENTS FOR-Pabst Blue Ribbon and
Beer and Arion New York Bottled Beer.


Export
Write


Bottled Beer, Jung
for prices.


Milking Capacity of Sows.
The difference in fthe milking capaci-
ty of different sows is as wide as in
cows. as would readily` be recognized
If sows were in the habit of being
milked as cows are. When the milk-
ing is done in an experimental way the
difference becomes manifest. Accord-
ing to the Wisconsin experiment sta-
tion, the average milk yield from ma-
ture sows ranges from 4.1 pounds to
5.8 pounds daily, hut in experiments
made with four sows the highest yield
made in one day was 8.7 pounds, while
the lowest was 1.2 pounds. These fig-
ures indicate how wide may be the
difference in the milk yield of different
sows. The number of pounds of milk
given, however, does not afford a fair
Idea of the work the sow actually does,
for the milk is about twice as rich as
that of the ordinary cow. In the ex-
periments refereed to the average com-
position of nine samples of sows' milk
was: Water. 80.35 per cent; fat, 8.24
per cent; solids not fat, 11.41 per cent.

"Ihey Don't Speak Now.
Gladys #just twenty-twon This is
my birthday. Mabelle. Guess how old
I am? Mabelle-Ob. I'll guess twen-
ty-six. Gladys-Not very good. You
are just four years out of the way.
Mabelle-Well. dearie, I wanted to be
sure and be on the safe side.-Maga-
zine of Fun.

Considerate.
Mrs. Dove--Henry. I think you are
positively cruel. Here I've tried so
hard to cook you a nice dinner and you
haven't had a word to say to me about
it. Mr. Dove-Darling. I love you too
much for that. If I said what I thought
you'd never speak to me again.


WRITE FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE A.ND PRICE:


PROFESSIONAL CARDS

R, T. BOOZER,
ATTORNEY-AT-L AkW,


P. O. S. OF A.
Washington Camp No. 5--Second
court Tuesdays


and


LAKE CITY,


FLORIDA


H. WILSON.


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At night when the children gather around
the sitting-room table studying their lessons for
the next day, the telephone often rings. A little
neighbor a mile down the road wants help from
his school-mates. Children as well as grown-ups
get pleasure and profit from the farm telephone.
Do you know how little this service costs and how
valuable it is ?
See the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or
write for our free booklet. A postal will do.


4


MOST CHILDREN HAVE WORMS
Many mothers think their child-
ren suffering from indigestion, head-
ache, nervousness, weakness, cos-
tiveness, when they are victims of
that most common of all children's
ailetents-fworms. Peevish, ill-temp-
ered. fretful children, who toss and
grind their teeth, with bad breath
and colicky pains have all the symp-
toms of having worms, and should be
given ,Kickapoo Worm Killer, a
pleasant candy lozenge, which expel
worms, regulates the bowels tones
up the system, and makes children
well and happy. Kickapoo Worm
Killer is guaranteed. All druggist
or by mail. Price 25c. Kickapoo
Indian Medicine Co, Philadelphia
and St. Louis.


134 S. PRYOR STREET


ATLANTA, GA.


SH.NRY,


A.


ATTORNEY -AT- LAW,


FLORIDA


LAKE CITY,


ff"'Will practice in all the Courts,


DR. E. RIVIERE
DENTIST
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA
(Over Wise's Drug Store)


Phone 150-J


Lake City, Fla.


ADAM5 AND DAVIS STREET
ROOMS 75 CENTS;
WITH PRIVATE BATH.51B PER PERSON.
JAGICK8501NVILLE,fLA.


ROOTS AS HOG FEED.
An Abundance of Green Feed Cheapens
Pork Production. f
If you are not fortunate enough to
own a patch of several acres fenced
with good woven wire you may still
plan to furnish your hogs an abun-
dance of cut feed and roots during the
season of short grain supply, writes a
Kansas hog raiser in the American Ag-
riculturist. At this time you have a
number of pigs, if the sows were bred
for spring farrow, and in no other way
can you hasten their growth so cheap-
ly and satisfactorily as by providing
plenty of succulent feed during the
first six months of their growth. Rape,
green oats, rye, alfalfa and clover are
among the first available for cutting
and feeding green. Sorghum does not
grow readily until settled warm weath-
er: hence, although it is very valuable
later on, it will not do to depend on
early in the season.
One of my neighbors who always
made good in the hog business kept
his hogs in a dry lot This plan, how-
ever, is not to be recommended if


25 Years Reputation Behind this Mail Order


STRAIGHT k AMWHISKIES
BOTTLED IN BOND
4 Qts. 8 Qts. 12 Qts. 4 Qts. 9 Qts. 12 Qts.
Indian Bill,100 proof $ 3.00 5.75 8.50 Overholt $ 5.00 9.00 12.00
Blum's Monogram 4.00 7.75 11.00 Clark's Pure Rye 5.00 9 00 12.00
Moncrief Springs 4.00 7.75 11.00 Green River 5.00 950 13.00
Spring Hill Bourbon 5.00 9.00 12.00 Old JOrdan 5.50 10.00 13.50


WHIBSKIE:S


4 Qts. 12 Qts.
$ 5.00 12.00
5.00 12.00
6.00 16 00
6.00 15.00
7.00 16.50
8.00 22.00


$ 2.50 350 700 Lewis "S"
2.75 4.00 8.00 I.W. Haper

3.00 4.50 9.00 Mt. Vernon
3.20 4.60 9.00 Black Label
4.00 5.75 11.00 Four Roses
4.00 5.50 11.00 Special Perfection


Cabinet
Sheidan Club

Baker's XXXX
Blum's Sylvan Glen
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Sir Robt Burnett,Dry Gin 4.00 5 50 11.00 Clarat 1.00
Sir Fot, Burnett, Tom Gin 4.00 5.50 11.00 Tokay 1.75
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Guardian's Notice
Notice is bereby given that the under-
signed will apply to the Honorable W. M.
Lives, County Judge of Columbia County,
Florida, on the 28th day of June. 1913, at ten
o'clock, a. m., foran order to sell at private
sale. In accordance with the prayer of the
petition of the undersigned, now on file In
the office of said County Judge, the undivid-
ed Interests of Cora Lek, Johnson, l,ovie
Victoria Johnson and Clifford E. Johnson
in and to the following described lands in
Columbia county, Florida. to-wit: East %
of NW/4 and west Y of NE; Sec. 34, Tp. 1,
North of Range 17. East.
GmORGIA JOHNSON,
As guardian of the estate of Cora L ee, Lovie
Victoria nnd Clifford E. Johnson.
A. P. RIvaKKs. Attorney for Petitioner.
45-June 27


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If you are suffering with an old run-
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A GUARANTEE

Every Article of Merit That is
Sold These Days is Guaran-
teed-No Guarantee Oft-
en Means PoorQual-
ity.

There is very little excuse for any
person to claim that he has been
"stung" on a purchase. Fifty years
ago the buyer had to look out, but to-
day it is unusual to find a merchant
who will not return the money for
any article that has proved unsatis-
factory.
An excellent example of this kind
of fair dealing is shown by the clean-
cut guarantee that A. R. Wsse Drug
Co. give on Dodson's Liver Tone.
These people tell us that any per-
son who pays 50c for a bottle of Dod-
son's Liver Tone and does not find it
a gentle and most pleasant liver ton-
ic, harmless, but a sure reliever of
constipation and perfect substitute
for calomel, can get his money back
just as quick as they can get it out
of the money drawer.
Dodson's Livei Tone has practi-
cally taken the place of calomel. It
is absolutely harmless, sure in its ac-
tion and causes no restriction ot hab-
it or diet. No wonder the drug peo-
ple are glad to guarantee it, while
other remedies that imitate the
claims of Dodson's Liver Tone are
not guaranteed at all. Adv


LEGAL NOTICES

MASTER'S SALE
In Circuit Court, Columbia County, Florida
L. D. Young. as Admx
Vs >D Foreclosure
W. E. Denard, et al.
Pursuant to a decree of this Honorable
Court of date ot April 22. 1913. In the above
stated cause, I. the undersigned, will sell for
CASH to the highest bidder, at public out-
cry at the front door of the Court House in
Lake City, Florida, on Monday, June 2, 1913,
ttringtho legal hours for sale, to satisfy
Bald decree so much as shall be necessary of
the following described property:
The NEV4 of SKY of Section 8, and NW4
of 3W 4 of Section 34. except one acre sold
to Shiloh Lodge No. 77. In the NW corner
of NE% of Section 88, ALL In Tp 2, 8. R. 16
East. Purchaser rto pay for title.I-
42-5t J. B HODGES, Special Master
it. T. Boozer, Solicitor for Complainant


BOARD OF HEALTH
GIVES GOOD ADVICE

The State Board of Health al.-
ways solicitous for health con-
ditions in Florida is giving some
good advice for summer use.
The dangers of the warm sea-
son affect the digestive system
and the alimentary canal more
generally than the respitory or
the circulatory system, although
pneumonia is not an infrequent
summer disease. For this rea-
son everybody should be espec-
ially careful with regard to the
diet, both as to eating and drink-
ing.
The first and fundamental rule
is, be clean, keep clean, inside
and outside. A bath every day
is a necessity just as much as
the daily breakfast. An all-over
bath in the morning and a sponge
bath at night are none too much.
The increase of the visible pers-
piration leaves unpleasant excre-
tions on th- skin, which becomes
unhealthful if not removed fre-
quently and thoroughly. Mas-
sage the skin; keep it lively and
glowing.
The average person should
drink more in the summer than
in the winter, to supplement na-
ture's efforts to wash the body
through the pores of the skin.
What should be the summer
drink?.
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Water, ice water if you want
it and don't drink it to excess.
Most of the soda fountain bever-
ages are palatable and harmless,
but with the average person any
drink that contains a flavor of
sweetening is a thirst-producer
rather than a quencher, so after
all, water, just plain, clean, cold
water is about the best of all
summer drinks.
The great and only danger
from ice water is its excessive
use. To persons who are over-
heated or who work in high tem-
peratures, ice water is seriously
dangerous. It produces conges-
tion, better known as cramps in
the stomach. Acting on the ner-
vous system, it has a tendency
to >ring about paralysis. Men
working before the furnaces in
rolling mills or as stokers in the
holds of steamships, soon learn
the danger of ice water, although
some lose their lives in learning.
Excesses of all kinds should be
avoided. It goes therefore with-
out saying that over-indulgence
in alcoholic drinks should be
shunned in summer or winter.
This is not advised from the tem-
perance viewpoint, but from
that of the best physical welfare.
Don't drink malt beverages to
excess. In moderation they


may not be harmful; they may be
beneficial under certain condi-
tions and for certain individuals.
Be careful in eating. Don't
gormandize. Too much is worse
than none at all, especially in
summer. Eat ripe fruit, but be-
sure it is not over-ripe. Eat veg-
atables well cooked: Remem-
ber that a meat diet is heating.
It is like the fuel under the boil-
er that keeps steam up for work-
ing. But there are other kinds
of fuel. Meat is especially harm-
ful when it is cooked with a
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A WOMAN'S WORK
sometimes reduces her strength to the
depths of weakness--her devotion to
household cares prevents sufficient
rest and recreation. Thousands of
women in this condition find Scott's
Emulsion exactly wha t they need; it
is predigested body-food so medically
perfected that every drop yields direct
returns in strengthening the organs
and tissues and in making healthy,
life-sustaining blood. Scott's Emulsion
is devoid of alcohol or any harmful
drugs, and overcomes. tiredness and
nervousness in a marvelous way.


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LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the City Tax
Roll for the year 1912, has been turned over
to the undersigned for collection, and that
all persons are hereby nodiled that the city
taxes for said year, 1912. are now due and
payable, and that the collection of all such
taxes remaining due and unpaid to the City
of Lake City. Florida. after three (8) months
next after the publication of this notice
shall be collected as required by the Chart-
er of said city.
Dated. at the City of Lake City, Florida,
on this the 28th day of February., A. D.. 1913.
2-t28-Sm T.E. ADAMS,
City Tax Collector for City of Lake City, Fla.


Notice of Application te Sell Land
ot Minor
Notice Is hereby given that after the pub-
lication of this notice for thirty days, the
undersigned as guardian for Katie May
Nance. a minor, will apply to Judge W. M.
Lives, County Judge of Columbia County,
Florida, at his office at Lake City, Florida,
for an order authorizing ne to sell the un-
divided Interest of the said minor In and
to that lot of land in Laike City, Florida,
described as follows: Beginning at NW
corner of Lot 48, Central Division of Lake
City, and run East 129 feet; South 99 feet:
West 129 feet; North 99 feet to point of be-
ginning. Lake City, Florida. May 15. 1913.
A. J. P. JULIAN,
4t-4t Guardian.


souls that meat is a necessity,
but it is really surprising how
well a strong, healthy person can
exist and work hard with no
meat at all, or with very little,
taken at only one meal a day and
that the dinner or heaviest meal.


Over the Bar; because it's a good, square drink that gives
you all you want and nothing you don't want.
On the Club Sideboard; because it appeals to epicurean
taste.
For the Family Medicine Chest; because it's pure, ripe
and reliable.


Most of us eat too much meat, a
good deal more than we need.
When meat is fried, it retains
a large proportion of the fat in
the form of grease. It is not
wholesome. In large quantities
it imposes a heavy burden on
the digestive !organs. Florida
people as a rule eat too much fat
with their food. They would be
better without it.
Better cooking would save a
good deal of suffering and proba-
bly a good many lives. It would
make many men more efficient,
more productive laborers, wheth-
er they work their brain or their I
muscle. Cooking is an art, but
is; too often made a drudgery.
In warm weather dris light.
Don't wear heavy clothing. Don't
follow the dictates of fashion
when they prescribe garments
unsuited to the climate and the
prevailing temperatures. Heat
has killed more than cold.
Don't hurry. Start a little
sooner and you won't have to run.
Be moderate in every way and
living won't be nearly so burd-
ensome as excesses and careless-
nesses make it.


Try Zemo; Skin Troubles Vanish

Buy a. 25c bottle today and prove it
Glory! A remedy for skin tortures
that makes everybody smile and say
%.Hooray!" If you have that terri-
ble fiery, unreachable itching, scorch-
ing, raw eczema, prickly heat. rash,
tetter, irritated or inflamed skin,
blotches, pimples or blackheads, you
will marvel at the results of ZEMO.-
ZEMO is a clean, anti-septic solu-
tion, not a grease or ointment. Itch-
ing vanishes at the first application.
This is absolutely guaranteed or
money refunded. Use it on the baby
too, it gives immediate relief in all
skin tortutires. Dandruff and scalp
itching vanish.
"Suffered 23 years with eczema.
Finally tried ZEMO. It cured me
sound and well., That was 15 months
ago. Zemo is a Wlessing," Mrs. S.
Eason, Hope, Ark.
ZEMO is sold in 25c sealed bottles
and guaranteed In Lake City by the
Florida Drug Co. Adv-6


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CAFE IN CONNECTION
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.00 AND UP
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH
Hfot ainn Cold Runining Water and Tele-
phone in looms. Elevator Service.
Cor. Bay and Hogan Sts., one block from
Post Office, Street cars fro Union Station
and all steamers pass the door.


Meteorological Observations
taken by W. B. Knight co-operative
observer of the Weather Bureau of
the U. S. Department of Agriculture
during the week ending June 1st,
1913, at Lake Cityv, Fla.
Temperature 5
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