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Title: The Florida index
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Publisher: Jno. M. Caldwell
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1913
Publication Date: 1899-
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4 THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY

VOLUME XVII, NO. 3 LAKE CITY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 113 : $1.00 A YEAR


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COMMUNICATION
Jacksonville, Fla., July '-8, 1913


TRIBBLE WINS FIRST CASE
Lewis Tribble, who has recent-
ly taken up study of law and
lhas been reading in the office of
Attorney Roy Geiger, won his
wo
first case in the mayor's court
Wednesday afternoon. Five boys,
all members of prominent famil-
ies, were haled i to c qurt for
having been caught in a friendly
little game of matching nickles.
All the boys except one pleaded
guilty and their attorney, in a
neat little speech "threw them
on the mercy of the court". The
mayor gave the boys a gentle
curtain lecture and let them off
with a promise that they would
never do it again.
Birch Sanders, chauffeur for
John J. Paul ot Watertown,
pleaded guilty to the charge, of
exceeding-the automobile speed
limit at the same session of the.
mayor's court and was tined five
dollars which he paid. +

DEATH OF MISS ELLA COLSON
After an illness of about a
month's duration Mliss Ella Col-.
son passed away about noon
Nronday at the home of Mr. \V.
Langston, where she made her
home. Malaria and complications
were given as the cause of her
death. She was born in Georgia,"
but had lived in Lake City for a
.number of years and was 55
years of age. She \vwa a mem-
ber of the Methodist church and
the funeral services were con-
ducted by the pastor, Rev. R. V.,
Atkisson. Miss Colson leas
manyto mou.rn her loss, inrlud-
deABAE i.-...siter,- -Mr A^^ttlft CL
SShutI of RA -atna ; t."o V rotli,:'.
H. W. Colson of Atlanta, and
Jos. D. Colsotof Florida and the
following cousins, W. H. Colson
and J. W. Colson of Lake City
and Mrs. W. H. English of Ft.
White. The funeral services
were held Tuesday morning and
the remains were interred in
Oaklawn cemetery.

METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. R. V. Atkisson, the pas-
tor, will preach next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock on, "The
Religion Demanded by the Na-
ture of Things" and at 7:45 p. m.
he will speak on "What is the
Meaning of 'Be Ye Perfect'.""
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., R.
T. Boozer, Supt. Mid-week
prayermeeting Wednesday 7 45
p. m. The. subjects to be dis-
cussed Sunday,re of great 'im-
portance. Be sure and attend
the services: '

BAPTIST CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY


Regular Sunday School hour
at 9:45 a. m, The pastor will
preach at eleven o'clock on Rev.
20-22. Consummation-Ttle City
of God." The last sermon in the
series on the Book of Revelation.
Rev. C. M. Brittain, of Colum
bia College will preach at the
evening hour. He is well known
Sand beloved here, and all will be
r glad to hear him. A cordial in-
vitation to all.

SCARDOFTHANKS:
4 "
I desire to express my heart-
. felt appreciation to the many
friends who so kindly waited up
on and cared for my sister, Miss


$79,000 BOND ISSUE

PROPOSED BY COUNCIL

SPECIAL ELECTION AUGUST 26
Voters Will Decide Important Question
-Summary of the Ordinance as Passed
By the Council July 7th


Editor Florida Index,
Lake City, Fla.
SIR:-From reports that have
recently come to me, I am satis-
fied that a great injustice has
been done to David L. Dicks, who
wak transferred from a position
of clerk in this office to the posi-
tion of assistant postmaster in
the Lake City post office, and in
order that the public may under-
stand the real reason for this
transfer, I wish to explain that
some little time ago Wm. T. Ken-
nedy made application for trans-
fer from the position of assistant
postmaster at Lake City, to that
of clerk in this office. At that
time I had no vacancy to which I
could assign Mr. Kennedy for
the reason, that the only vacancy
I had had been promised to a
young man by the naa.e of Elliot,
who was at that time a clerk in
the Cincinnati office. Mr. Rau-
lerson, the postmaster at Lake
City, took this matter up with
me and urged that I arrange for
a transfer, if possible, for Mr.
Kennedy, and that I recommend
in exchange for Mr. Kennedy, a
young man from this office,
.A, hom he would appoint assistant
postmaster at Lake Aity. I had
here two men that I was willing
to recommend for the position,
one being Mr. Tippin, who had
been assistant postmaster at
Pensacola, a railway mail clerk
and a post office inspector. I
suggested it to Mr. Tippin, and
he stated that he would not ac-
cept the transfer, preferring to
remain in Jacksonville. H. awiss
gettlng,.'i,'oO Ihere and Ile COIICid,
only get $1,100 in Lake C*#
which was his principal reason.
The other man that I felt was
thoroughly competent to do the
work, was Mr. Dicks. He A
born on a farm in Columbia coun-
ty, six miles north of Lake City,
had served as a clerk in the
(Continued on last page.)

IR.F. D.:NO. 8 '
Quite a crowd attended servic-
es at Consolidated school Sun-
day. 'Brother Iver gave us a
good talk in the morning and
afternoon. Wehopehe will comer
again soon as we are: always
anxious to hear him. There will
be church at the same place .the
second Sunday in August.
Everybody cordially, invited to
attend.
Consolidated school opened utp
with good attendance there being
forty-five or fifty pupils with
Miss essie Parnell as teacher.
Mr| Lillie Davis and her
daughter, Miss Rosa of .South
FloridM are visiting her brother
J. M. Milton. :
B, L. Davis and H, R. Thomas
made a business trip to Lulu
Friday and St.turday.


Misses Virginia Mturray and
. Lizzie Hurst visited Misses Ettie
Sand lie Bullard Sundaye
M ses Mamie Allbritton and
SKat ay visited Misses Ida-and
- Luomilton Sunday,."
,L i and Mrs. B. H. Thomas
visit d Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Beal
SUnday.
I M r. and Mrs. W. M. Durrance
Visited Mr. and Mrs. JohnThom-
Sas Sunday. ,
- Fodder pulling is the fashion
t now and the hot weather makes
e it ,very disagreeable. Crops in
y this section are very good but
- if it continues to rain the cotton is
t going to shed its fruit.
I- Mr Albert Murray of Lake
- Cityewas visiting iere Sunday.-
We an guess what the attraction
is. LITTLE JOE.


At a meeting of the city coun-
cil July 7th a bonding ordinance
calling for the issuance of bonds
tofhe extent of $79,000 was pass-
ed. It was practically the same
ordinance which the council pass-
ed a few weeks before, except
that the amounts of the different
issues were smaller and which
the mayor vetoed after making a
number of suggestions relative
to changes which he thought ad-
visable. The framers of the or-
dinance did not see fit to make
any changes, except to reduce
the amount of bonts and the seq-
ond ordinance was passed' un-
animously by the council.
In substance the Vovisions of,
the ordinance are as follows: The
bonds ar-e to be of the denomina-
ion of $1000, bear interest at the
,ate of 5 per cent per anjvm,
payable semi-annually -and ex-
tqnd for a teim of Uiu' ears
beiv due October 1,,W 3.
The total issu'is to be for the
Oto .4f $79,000 and is to be -used
f the following purposes:
$'4g,200 is ,to be used for the
?u rpbse of taking up that amount
of 8' pet- cent validated script,
representing I money borrowed
in.ng'the eaers 1906 and 1907.
.3, 0()0 'is to be used for t h e p )ur-
pose T.r waihg off part of thekin-
l11i-f t a 'a6e City
V~l^^^ '1"eti~t plad'.
$2040is to be used for the p.pr-
pose of paying off the present
out standing indebtedness of the
ity of Lake City.
$9,800 is to be used for the pur-
pose of buying a lot and erecting
thereupon a suitable city hall.
The members of the board of
bond trustees are required to
give bond all of which shall be
conditioned for the faithful per
formance and discharge of the
duties devolving upon them under
the provisions of the ordinance,
said bonds to be fixed by ordi-
nance and approved by the city
council.
A special election has been call-
ed by the mayor to be held on
the 26th of August, for the pur-
pose of voting for or against the
approval of .the issuance of the
bonds. Qualified electors are
those who own taxable property
in the city and who paid taxes
thereont d u ring tho^ proceeding
year, who were qualified to vote
at the city general election next
preceding such election. A list
of' the qualified voters will be
published before the election.
The ordinance is very long and
verbose but the foregoing sum-
.mary covers the important
points. '

'STATE INSURANCE' AGENCY
Nick and Gordon Brown of this
ciare preparing tofit upasuite
of ]ce rooms from where they
Swii conductthe state agency of
the Empire Life Insurance Corn-


pany, of Atlanta. This prosper-
ous,company has now been in
operation for thirteen years and
the recent insurance reports in-


TRUCK GROWERS'OF

COUNTY ORGANIZED

MET AT COURT HOUSE SATURDAY
Association Plans to Help Trucking In-
dustry By System of Co-operation
Among Growers-Officers Elected

Several weeks ago ex-sheriff
W. N. Cone published a call for a
meeting of all farmers and truck
growers who were interested in
the idea of having a county or-
ganization.
The meeting was set for Sat-
urday July 26, at 11 a. m. in the
county court holise aritl about
thirty farmers and truck grow-
ers attended the first meeting.
After a number of short talks by
some of the enthusiastic ones
who were present an organiza-
tion was effected and the follow-
ing officers were elected; W. N.
Cone, president; John L. Roberts,
secretary-treasurer; T. J. Sum-
merall assistant-treasure; Jeffe
Brown shipping and sellingclerk;
IM. S. Knight, L. W.A. Rivers
and B. J. Patchin, committee on
constitution and by laws.
About 25 signed the member-
ship blanks and a great many
more are expected td6 join. 'The
planting, of a large create of
Irish potatoes next spring is one
of the important questions to be
handled by this organization and
there is sure to be good results
from the efforts in this line.
Prof. P. H, Rolfs of the state
agricultural department at Gain-
esvillo was present and made an
interesting address. L. An-

G; S. F. dW R.
holds the same position with the
Seaboard, were present and
pledged the co-operation of their
roads in any effort to promote
the truck growing industry in
this locality. lThe organization
was narmed, The Co'umbia Coun-
ty Trucking and Marketing As-
sociation and the next meeting
will be held August 9.

LOPEZ CIGAR FACTORY MOVED
The P. W. Lopez Cigar Com-
pany of this city have moved
their factory to the third floor
of the Wilson Brothers building
where they will have plenty of
room to expand their rapidly
growing business. r Holding
strictly to the business principle
of manufacturing nothing but
the best, the output of the local
factory has met' with great favor
The Blunt cigar is now being
shipped into four different states
and fully ninety per cent of the
cigars smoked in Lake City are
manufactured .'y the local dom-
pany.

FREE DELIVERY OF MAIL TODAY


The free delivery of mail goes
into effect today in Lake City,.
Erle B Allen and John H. Cone
are the carriers and'W. J. Roe-
buck is 'appointed substitute
clerk in the postoffice. ,
The service will be especially
appreciatedbythoseliving in the
outskirts of the city and the in-
auguration of ,free delivery is
another indication of the steady
and Substantial progress being
made in Lake City.
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Miss Lulu Hquse is visiting her
sister Mrs. E. S. Folks in Green
ville, this week.
Hon. F, P. Cone will return to
day from a visit with his brothel
I"-' T% t-

ETTEL DRINKS WATER.
WHILEN N KARLSB/AD


ENJOYS LIFE AT FAMOUS RESORT
European Hotel Methods Meet With His
Condemnation-Continues Story of His
STravels ,
S, Karlsbad, July 11, 1912.
Editor Index:-
I was at the point of throwing up
my job and going home to tell you to
come over yourself and do your own
torresponditg, ,when your welcome
check ,for five hundred dollars arriv-
'ed. for'which I thank you and which
I suspect will keep us going a few
weeks longer., Well, we are enjoy-
ing life at the world's most famous
watering place. There are at pres-
** ent 30,000 cure guests at Karlsbad
but hotel r'adesmen say that busi-
ness is dull this season on accodut of
the Bulgariaatroubles which keeps
many of the usual visitors from the
Balkans and from Turkey away. We
congratulate' ourselves on having
found the one honest doctor aoiong
three hundred; after thorough ex-
amination hne refrained from throw-
ing the customary scare into us and
while restricting" the diet, allowed
us beer and wine for supper and a
few lasses of brandy before going to
bed; long live Dr. Karl Nagl! The
Seventeen springs gus:inig up in
S various sections of Karlsbad are
Each of different temperature and
onain distinct medical properties.
We have to drink one pint: Kalser-
brunnen .15 degrees, theta walk fifteen
minutes and drink one pinit f Franz
Josef Guelle, 145 degrees and anotlier
one of the same kind after another
fifteen minutes walk, and wind up
fifteen minutes later with one pint of
Schloss Guelle, 149 degrees hot,
quite the worst of all to drink and
have to walk another thirty or forty
five minutes before being allowed to
e.at breakfast. A curious habit not
........... jnet wih elsewhxjzri a tha1-4-o buys-
AIlI'a olT o" -U&R e. at, the ia ker's and
Stakes them alona to the care and be-
teen the hours of seven to ten a. m.
Syou see thousands of people hustling
along-with a pink paperbag, happy
to be through with the water drink-
ing and hurrying to get some of the
best coffee ever brewed. About fif-
teen miles from here is Joachims
Thai, so far the only spoton earth
where Radium is found. Before the
French chemist. Prof. buried iscover-
ed this life giving something, people
and physicians were puzzled over
the exceptional curative powers of
thle waters of Karlsbad and they call-
'ed the then unknown "The Brunnen1
4_ Geist" (spirit of the springs). All
the springs of Karlsbad have their
origin in the region of Joachims
'bThai and contains Helium and Rad-
ium. Coming back afternoons from
unaccustomed and exhausting walk-
, ing excursions of five to seven hours
duration in the beautiful mountains
surrounding Karlsbad, the tired feel-
ing vanishesr almost instantly after
after drinking another two pints of
these radiumized waters. The na-
tives of Karlsbad are very pleasant
People and are heart and soul in
their one aimi in life-to get your
e anoney. roT!iey toare brought down
: the art of robbing to a complete sys-


-teem from which' there is no way of
, escaping; arriving at the hotelor one
of the many pretty Villas which are
in reality small hotels containing
fifteen to thirty rooms, you have to
fill out a blank and to Answer truth-
fully or to be threatened with impris-
onment giving the following infor-
mation: your name, occupation
where from and how long you intend
to stay; this blank is forwarded by
the landlord to the police station
and you are assessed a Kurtax and
a music tax in,, the mostarbitrary
way; for instance, omin from Amer
jica, being a hotelier, theyinfer tha
* you have got the dough and you ar(
placed in the highest class; the;
soaked us fifty Kronen butto be can
did I don't grudge thatpartfor ou
of the funds thus collected the mu
icipatity provides the elegant Col

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Ella Colson, during her late sick-
ness.
.H HW. Colson, Atlanta, Ga


i dicate that it is one of the most
stable' and conservative institu-
tions of its kind in the oSouth.
'All of the Florida, business will
Sbe conducted through the local
- office and Lake City is to be con'
gratulated on being thus repre,
. sented.


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A FOUR SPUD CROPS A YEAR.
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Others to Imitate.
General practice, State and Federal From Spain comes the report of a
courts. Conveyancing and collec- ^
etourts. Conveyaucing and co~llec-Spaniiard who grew four crops of po-
tions. ,
tn ^tatoes on., the same land in twelve
Office over Wise Drug Store. months. The potatoes were grown un-
der ordinary conditions, and the
J B. HODGES. ground was fertilized with horse ma-
nure1.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAV. First crop, Scotch seed potatoes,
planted Aug. 2*2 and dug Nov. 6. 1911,
LAKE CITY, FLA' ir size. firm and good quality; sec-
Practices in the courts of the State.o end crop,Scotchseedpotatoes, planted
PtomDt attention to all business. Nov. 9, 1911, and dug Feb. 19, 1912,
4 fair size and very good quality; third
Crop. Scotch seed potatoes, planted
W B. RUS.l, M.D. Feb. 21 and dug May 19, 1912, large
Size and much better than those of
PHYSICIAN preceding crops; fourth crop, Spanish
Specialist Chronic Diseases seed potatoes, planted May 22 anddug
Aug. 19, 1912, poor yield' and potatoes.
Office in Exchange Bank Building small.
LAKE CITY,,FLA. The grower attributes the poor quail-
: ty of. the last crop to inferior seed, lack
of water for irrigation aad to several
A J. HENR very hot winds that prevailed in July;
ANbut. a-s in other years, the crop of this
ATTORNEY-AT- LAW, same period has been a good one, the
K ,Y, FLOtRIDA low yield of 1912 does not detract from
-LAKE CITY, ,- FLOBJDA o
F IAthe feasibility of the plan.-Rural New
g "Will practice in all the Courts. Yorker.

it. E. IVM ERE FOES OF THE ROSEBUD.
PENTIST Get After the Fly/and the Slug if You
LA TTY FLORIDA Want to Save Your Flowers&
LAKE CIT1', FLORIDAthe green fly, colonies of
(Over 1ise's Druw Store) which conregate on the young grv(wth
\ ro of the rose,:. slies and stck the juices
Di. J. P. BURNS of the plant. and other tinset pests we
D.spr.Iy the bushes \with th-hpo, dust
PHYSICIAN AND S'URuEON Ifter wPrti-i them so the dust will
-adhere. We have alsp f li:i fresh
Phone 150-J L.ake City, Fla. white iohelleoNre du-ted (In the bushlies
a very good remedy.. Aslltr nn be
.fl.:Ined ]y l nnlr-hing the ,.*,,er ,f ;n lik
'You cannot make a mistake in paint- ing powder cn fill of still hole.- i dINl
ihg .\ourprooerty, if you use using the a in thle snme m:aner .n>
n a salt or peliler -hilker
PL The rose slug. ,1 light green wo,',m
that e:ats. the leaves. may v)e control-
.led h y plyi. 11 0" wh .l oil sOl ), olne-
S. ... -' [I_ half I,, n1 1 li--'1 in U ou nllon-
a ll jl '^ ~ M of w nter rlt e i ,e 1)"' bu ~-lnrd sInTifl
SH b1 1 beetle tlmt vats" ." -l
.U 11 l" ;1(] greatly df~nln~-Zes tile roses.
ir I hest l o l* trolled b.%y l.1,4 Iic-kin 0 or
1J ,, kncking offon sleet in ti enrly
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^rUC Y CT CETThe "Calves must be
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N LAKE ITY stronh and fed. ski n m i I k
i LAKE CITY strong and thrifty if g
Their milk has to be cl
--- of it. With it they nee
Bas Its Share of the Proof That take the place of the
Kidney Sufferers Seek gone. Corn is a good s
help also. Ground flaxs
is fine, but it costs 1t
Backache? Kidneys weak? days. For cheapness a
Distressed with urinary ills? and oats crushed togetb
Want a reliable kidney remedy? nnrsl round a
Don't bave to look far. -Ume" what corn coarsely ground a
Lake City people recommend. Every hard to beat.-'Iowa Ho
street in Lake City 'has its cases.
Here's one Lake City man's exper- Hand or Power
ece*. Hand spraying is r
Let: James T. Hunt of Marion St than power spraying. ,
than power spraying.r
tell it. -uchIn different.ca e
, ^4a Mr. Hwnt: I have no hesita- h n different
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ney Pills, for I consider them a val- and other essentials,
able kidney remedy: pendi on the appara
S-I o-ave taken Dean's Kidney Pills pump should have caI
er. a lame and aching back and other tain high pressure, and
*"Ieymptoms of kidney coniplaint. throw a fine spray. Th
eV have always actedas represent-ae the same for every
ied and given me relief."
Mr. Hunt i.s only one of many Lake .ng.-Farm Progress.
City people who have gratefully en-
.-rried Doan"s Kidney Pills. If your Handy Trench
b. ,sek aches-if your kidneys bother To a sort piece of
.ou, don't simrply.ask for a kidney securely tack on the cl
-stmedy-ask distinctly- for Doan's. shil
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given a chance.
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id something to
cream that is
ubstitute. Oats
seed in the milk
too much these
and results corn
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MI eteorological Observatious
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observer of the Weather Bureau of
the U. S. Departmentt of Agriculture
during the week ending July 27th
1913, at Lake City, Fla.
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TiA L. C. Smith &,Pros.6 ba-earing on Twrd e s
rtyeewsriter
Somehow, the impression has gained ground that there s' M.u"
difference between the various makes of typewriters on the mnL,.
,You mair think the same thing, it would take a good,' s,0-.,7,
logical argument to convince you that all typewriters Lon.t hve c-
same efficiency and that a stenographer cannot secure the same resu ts
on every machine. '
We are ready to make that argument and to show you by actual
demonstration that
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The L C. Smith & Bros Typewriter
will do more work, better work, with less fatigue to the stenographer.
than any writing machine ever made.
How is this possible ?
-Here are a few reasons:
1. It is ball bearing throughout-others are not.
'2. All operations are controlled from the keyboard.
3. It is the lightest touch machine made.
4. It does not "smut" the carbon.
5. The ribbon reverses automatically.
6. The type is so protected that it is not battered
by collision.
7. One motion of the hand returns the carriage and
operates the line space.
8. It has an inbuilt biller and tabulator.
9. No trouble to write on paper as small as a post-
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10. It is built for service.


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SCHURCHandLODGE

DIRECTORY


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. in.; Sunday School:
first and third Sunday, 1:-15 a. mn.;
second and fourth Sunday. 3:30 p. m.
Holy Communion: First Sunday in
month, 11:00 a. in.; third Sunday in
month, 7:30 a. im.; every Saints' day,
10:00 a. m.
BAPTIST.
Rev. Martin A. Wood. Pastor. Sert -
vices every Sunday at 11 a. m., an..
7:45p m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. in..
Evening prayer every Wednesday at
7:45 p. m. Woman's Missionary So-
ciety, Monday after Isltand 3.d Sun-
days, a.t 4 p. ,n.
CHURCH OF CHIST.
Location: Southwest Corner City Cemetery
Hours for Worship: Bible study
and Communloa at lu 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.1n.
Prayer meeting every Thursday
night at the usual hour.
A cordial invitation extended to
all to attend all the services
BY THE CHURCH.
Sunday Bervices at the Presby-
terian C trch.
suaiday School, 9:45 a. n. Preach-
ing at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. min, Prayer
prvise Wednesday 7:45 p. m. All are
avited. Services one hour.
REv. A. E. SPENCEr, Pastor.
Methodist Churcu Directory.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. ni.
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.
min. Sunday school 10 a. m. Prayer
meeting Tuesday evening at 7:00.
Ladies Aid and Missionary Society
meets Monday after the 1st Sunday
of each month, 3:30 p. mn.
SECRET SOCIETY MEETINGS
7:30 P. M. in Winter-8:oo P. M. In Summer.
.... -* ,', M A SON IC. .
Blue Lodge No. 27-Second and fourth
ednesdays. ,
Providence Chnapter o.E;2--Third Friday
ORDER OF ELKS.,
Lake City Lodge No. 83--Every Thursday
S' ODDFELLOWS.,
MeSoto Lodge No. 17-Every Friday
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Lake City Lodge No. 54 Every Monday.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
SOlive Camp No. 15--I''irst and third
Wwl nesday s.
P. o. s.OF A.
Washington Camp No. 5-Second and,
Court Tuesdays

Notice of Application for Tax
Deed Under Section 8 ot Chap-
ter 4,888, Laws ofFlorida..
Notice is hereby given thatt J. P. &
J. C. Milling purchaser of Tax Cer-
tificate No. 16. dated the 7tth day of
July, A. D., 19ll. has filed said cer-
.tificate in my office, and has made
application for tax deed to issue: io
accordance with law. Said certificate
embraces the following described
property situated in Columbla coun-
ty, Florida, to-wit:, As to the north,
west quarter of south-west quarter,
section twenty, township two, soutti
range sixteen east. The said land be-
ing assessed at the date of the issu-


dance of such certificate in the name
of R. J. & B. F. Camp Lumber Com-
pany. Unless said certificate shal
be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will issue tereon on the 25th
day of Augus, A. D, 1913.
Witness my official signature a.nd
seal this the .23rd day of July, A. D.
1918. L. MARKHAM,
Clerk Circuit Court.





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14 W. Forsyth Street
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


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Death of Mr. J. S. Salter
Mr. Jesse Sheppard Salter
died at his 'old home at Helena on
Wednesday night at 11.30, hav-
ing arrived only a couple of
hours, before on the Cannon Ball
train. He had come to visit his
relatives and see if the trip would
be beneficial to his health, which
was bad and has been for several
years. He was very weak and
the trip was too much for him in
his enfeebled condition; he reach-
ed home completely exhausted.
Mr. Salter was accompanied by
his family, and also by his broth-
er, Mr. DeWitt Salter, who met
them in Atlanta, on their way
from Niceville,- Fla., where Mr.
Salter had been resting from his
work on a vacation. His home
was in Lake City, Fla., having
lived there since he left Sparten-
burg. Before going to Sparten-
burg he spent about five
years in Athens, Ga., where he
located upon leaving Newberry,
and where he married Miss Hel-
len Nichols, who survives
him with two little sons, Shep-
pard and J. Z., his oldest child,
an only daughter," having died
about two years ago at the age of
about three years. His surviv-
ing sisters are Miss Elizabeth
Salter, of this city; Mrs. Authur
Kibler, of Helena; Mrs. E. C.
Witt, of Newberry, and Miss
Minnie Salter, of this city., His
brothers\ are: Messrs. Otwey
Salter, of this city; DeWitt Sal-
ter, of Atlanita; LeRoy Salter, of
this city, and Clarence Salter, of
Chattanooga, all of whom were
present for the funeral.
Mr Salter was 34 years old.
He was a son of the late J. Z. and
S. E. Salter, of Helena,, and the
grandson of the late John Shep-
pard, of Helena. The .deceased
inherited the pronounced and
marked respectability and quiet.
demeanor of his parents and was
a good man. His father arnd
mother left him a good name
w h ich he has handed down to hi s
children. *-*
The funeral service will be con-
ducted at the old home on Friday
morning at 9.30 o'clock, by Rev
J. E. Carlisle; interment in Rose
mont cemetery.-Athens Ga.,
Bannmer.

A Tale With a Moral
A Western farmer wondering
why so many of the ,Flor ida, far-
"mers were so poor, paused by the
roadside one day anad reasoned it
out. "The average Florida far-
.mer gets up early wiih the alarm
clock or a Conneticut clock, but-
tons his Chicage suspenders to
his Detroit ove'raills, puts

pair of cowhide boots made in
Cleveland, washes an a Pittsburg
basin, uses Cini, inati soap and
dries on a cotton towel made in
New Hampshive,%sits down to a
Grand Rapids tale, eats break-
fast food from Battle Creek, hot
biscuits made from Minnesota
flour, Kansas City bacon and Ind-
iana grits fried in Omahla lard.,
on a St. Louis stove, buys Irisk
potatoes grown ia Michigan, and
canned fruits put up in California
seasoned .with Rhode Island
spices, fills his pipe with Kentu
cky tobacco., puts on his hal
made in Philadelphia, harnesses
his Missouri mrle fed on Iowa
corn, with New York harness
? and plows his farm covered
with a Massachussetts mortgage(
' with an Indiana plow. At nigh
l ie crawlsunder a New Jerse5
Blanket, and is kept awake by
SFlorida dog,.the only home pro
duct on the place, and wonder,
r why he keeps so poor.-Sarasotu
s Sun.


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C. She returned to her .home
in Greenville Saturday afternoon.
Herman Dortch and cousins,
Misses Mary and Ellen Baker of
'.St. Augustine were visiting in
the city Saturday.,
Mrs. H. J. Markham spent
Sunday with her daughter, Mrs.
S. L.Jones.
SW. M. Tyre spent Saturday in
the city.
Francis Counce left Friday for
a visit in Ft. White.
C. F. Carrol and wife were vis-
iting in the city Saturday.
D B. Penland made atrip to
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HOW IT WAS KILLED
The Tribune publishes statis-
tics to prove that the merchants
over there have. killed the mail
order business to the northern
cities. How did they do it,
neighbors? We are all interest-
ed in knowing.-St. Petersburg
Times.
The answer is easy. The press
of the city has been conducting
for months a campaign in favor
of -buying at home-educating
people of this city to the fact
that they could buy at home as
cheaply and as advantageously
as they could away from home.
The Retail Merchants' Associa-
tion has also' been conducting a
systematic campaign along these
lines and has done much toward
"keeping the money at home."
But. doubtless of more effect
than any other contributing
cause, the local, merchants have
begun to awaken to the necessity
of doing something on their own
account to induce people to trade
in Tampa. Many of them have
been advertising their goods ini
such a way as to impress the lo-
cal buying public with the fact
that they can get the goods here
and get them just as reasonably,
as by sending to other cities, via
the mail order plan.
You cannot expect people to
trade with you unless you keep
them posted on what you have to
sell. The mail order houses
have practically unlimited funds
for advertising and they put
their circulars and their catalogs
into every home, systematically
seeking the trade of our citizens.
The local merchant has to do,
something to offset this persist-
ent canvassing and the only way
he can do it is by advertising 'in
the local papers. The local buyer
is in nine cases out of ten, a read-
er of th6 local 1)[per, and the ad-
vertisements therein always re-
ceive his attention.
The mail order competitors
must be fought with their own
weapons and Tampa merchants
are realizing this fact. Their in-
vestment in advertising space
has had more to do than any
other one agency in reducing so
materially the sum of money
sent out,of this city to mail order
houses in the big cities. The lo-
cal buyer has found out, through
this advertising, that he can buy
at home to advantage, hence he
has tossed the mail order catalog
!
into the garbage can and is' now
reading the advertisements in
his home paper. to ascertain
where he can find the things he
needs and what he will have to
pay for them. w
There is n0 other Way to effect-


ively fight the mail-order giant
and other towns in Florida will
find it to their interest to follow
Tampa's example.-Tampa Trib-
une.
The selection of E. W. Irvine
for postmaster seems to meet
with general approval since every
bodybelieves that he is perfect-
ly qualified to read- souvenir post
cards and sort mail order cata-
logues. E. W. 's friends have al-
ready'nicknamed him "Eph Hig-
gins.
The liberal use of money will
often obtain a municipal office'
and a "vindication" for a man
who does not deserve them but
getting a postoffice from the
national administration is not so
easy.
"Waiting for the mail carrier"
will now become one of the
ready excuses for the man who
hates to start work.
One cent postage will be a
thing of the past after free mail


A Lake City bachelor asks
"what has become of the old-
fashioned woman who wore ONE
petticoat?" He must have 'been
visiting in Jacksonville.
Taxes are getting higher even
though we have a perfect city
government and a money-making
water and light plant. .

MRS. CAROLINA LONG
(Contributed)
After several weeks illness
Mrs. Carolina Long died at her
home in White Springs, Fla., July
20th, at 7 p.m. All was done
fcr sister Long that loving hands
and skilled physicians could do;
but the sheaf was fully ripe and
it pleased God to take her home.
Sister Long was in her seventy
seventh year. She was a faithful
wife, a loving patient mother and
and a devoted Christian; being a
meinber of the Baptist church
for manlyears. Weep not child-
ren, your loss is her eternal gain.
Safe in the arms of Jesus will
her spirit rest till he comes.
Sister Long leaves behind a
daughter, five sons and several
grand-children and great grand-
children. The daughter Mrs,
Elizabeth Cone, is the wife of ex-
Sheriff W. N. Cone, a devoted
wife, mother and christian. Jo-
seph H Lqong ex-tax collector oj
Hamilton county now resides at
Taveres, Lake Co. Fla. Wm. G.
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Long also resides at Taveres and
has been tax collector for nearly
twenty years. John A. Long is a
railroad man -and has done con-
struction work in Florida, Cuba,
and South America. Robert F.
Long spent the early part of his
life on the farm caring for his
parents, but is now operating a
turpentine plant in West Florida.
Charles ;Ernest Long, remain-
ed single, and v with his parents
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ifi White Springs. The unceas-
ing care and comfort hlie render-
ed them is the strongest point of
integrity- He also won distinc-
tion as a salesman and store man-,
ager. ;', ,
Each of the sons are members
of the Masonic Fratenity, and all
but two have made public pro-
fession and are devoted chris,
tians. It is our prayer that these
two may publicly profess the
faith that they have so long
cherished.
Mother and father waits just
over the Way to welcome them.
The funeral was conducted at
the residence in the presence oi
relatives and a number of symn-
pathising friends. The proces-
sion was led by Elder D. O. Riv-
ers to Oak Grove Baptist church
where after a short burial ser-
vice sister Long was laid besides


her husband. The floral wreaths
were gorgeous and betokened
the appreciation of friends.

NEWS OF ROUTE 4
Editor Index:
I Iam handing you a few more
items from route 4 this week.
Mrs. Winnie S. Stra-ngeof Ga.'
is visiting for a whileat the home
of A. P. Smith.
Misses Addie and Beedie Lee
of Newberry are visiting at the
home of E. N. Richards for a
while.
C. W. Chastain and bride have

returned to their home in Albany
Ga., after a short visit with their
parents, J. R. Chastain and wife-.
E. H. Roberts and wife of
route 3 spent Sunday with A. P.
Smith and family,
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Smith re-
cently held a family reunion and
had all of their children present.,
Others attending were R. S,
Hyer and Guy Markham aid
all report a nice time.


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LIABILITIES:
Capital Stock.......... $ 50,000 00
Surplus and Profits..... 36,457 99
Reserved for Taxes..... 1,302 29
Dividends Unpaid..... 332 00
Bills Payable........... i0,000 00
Deposits ........... 215,649 18
Total ................. $313,741 46


RESOURCES:
R:o acS:
Loans.... ...............$229,955
Bonds and Stocks ..... 12,600
Banking House and
Fixtures.. ....... 17,000
Other Real Estate...... 7,269
Other Resources.. ... 1,018
C ash .............. ....... 45,898


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LAKE DITY, FLA., FRIDAY. AUG. IST, 1913


THE BONDING ORDINAN E


The city council has passed an
ordinance calling for the issuance
of bonds to the:amount of $79,000
and a special)eiection for the pur-
pose of allowing the voters to
decide whether or not the bonds
shall be issued has been set for
the 26th of August. A sum-
mary of the ordinance is given in
this issue on another page.
As a straight business proposi-
tion the city of Lake >City should
have issued bonds several years
ago of sufficient amount to re-
deem the pilesent 8 per cent, in-
terest' bearing script which is
out-standing. The proposed or-
dinance provides for that and
more. It also provides for $9,800
in bonds to be used for the pur-
pose of buying a lot and building
a city hall. The amount is too
small, in the opinion of a number
of citizens, but it was made so be-
cause the total amount for which
the city could bond, is limited.
Lake City needs a city hall
and property will never become
cheaper., To wait until the "town
is better able financiallyv" is pro-
ibably to wait until doomsday.
But there is an objection to the,
ordinance-in fact several of
them.
The voters should have been
given the privilege of voting sep-
arately on each clause. The sug-
gestion was made to the council
but the framers of the ordinance
ware obstinate and seemed de-
terminedtohave it as it is. We
do not' understand why they re-
fused 'to change it unless there is
some hidden reason. It may be
that 'certain influential .citizens
want the ordinance to be defeat-.
ed and feel that this kind, of an
ordinance is sure to suffer de1-
feat. Some 'of the city officials,
who hold the city script are said
to. be against the ordinance.
Perhaps-they arO responsible
for what has been placed before
the voters.
There is no good reason why
the voters should not have an or-
dinance placed beforethem which
is suitable in every respect to all
voters. Allowing them to, vote
on each clause separately would
overcome the worst objection and
such an ordinance would be sure
to receive the required nu mber
:of votes in favor bof bonds for
redeeming out standing 8 -per
cent script which is the most
important part.
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W. D. Booth of Columbus, Ga.,
who has been spending the past
two weeks with his uncle, W. P.
Bethea. leaves this week for a
visit at Wbrthington, Springs.
Mrs. J. C. Counce was visited
last week by her sisters,, Mes-
dames Frazee and Thomas.
Brooks Charles and family are
visiting with W. H. Marlkham and
family. .
'Bob Waldronand brideare vis-
iting with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs.,F. P. Waldron. ,
Mrs. L. B. Perry spent Friday
and Saturday of last week with


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There is only one way to cure deafness,
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LOCAL MATTERS j|
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-Boost home 'industries
-smoke the Lopez Blunt cigar.
A Mrs. W. F',Yocum of Dade
City is the guest of Mis. J- .W.
Hensley for ten days.
Henry Wilby returned to Lake-
land, Monday, after a week's visit
with his mother, Mrs. G. H.
Wilby
J. S. Malpas went tol St. Aun
gustine Monday, to spend a, two
weeks vacation with his family
who are spending the summer
there.
Miss Rosa Evans of route 2,
was the guest of Miss Alta Nib.
lack, for the week-end, on her
return from a week's visit with
friends in Jacksonville.
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Rush will
leave on August 1st for New
York city where Mrs. Rush will
visit their daughter, Mrs. W. P.
Hanson, while Dr. Rush takes a
post graduate course in catarrh-
al troubles. ,
Mr. J. M. Shelton of the.Coast
Line, and his daughter, Miss Idel
left on Monday morning for
Gainesville,,< where they will be
joined by Mrs. Dillie Turby, and
go on to Daytona B6ach, for a two
weeks vacation.,


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That's sure.
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CIGAR SMOKERS!
We want your attention for a mo-
ment. Have you ever ,smoked a
P-W-L Blunt Cigar? If you. have
not, don"'tbe fooled any longer.
Try one; you'll like it. It .will
cost you only five cents to enjoy
its fragrance. A better Cigar for
the money was never made.
P. W. LOPEZ CIGAR CO.
( LAKE CITY, FLA.
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Leonard Nance passed through
the city Tuesday night ebnroute to
Tampa.
H. W. Markham returned Wed-
nesday from a business trip to
Ocala.
Chastain Fokes of Montezuma,
Ga., is visiting his cousin, Willie
Canova.
SMrs. Geo. Kinard of the Bethel
neighborhood visited in the city
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrsv W. R. Canova
were visitors it White Springs
for the week-end.


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FARM'MAC'HINERY
Farm Machinery, Paints &'Oils.


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See me when in the market for Hardwar-t.


Mrs. C. Gilbert
Tuesday night from
visit in Clearwater.


returned
a short


Mrs. A. H. Helvenston is
ing in Live Oak with her
B. W. and Roy flelvenston.


visit
sons,


Misses Thelma
Florence Canova of
visiting Mrs. W. R.
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John Gilbert ca
Panama City Tuesd
with his mother, M:


Griffin -and
'Starke are
Canova.
me up from
ay for a visit
rs. 0. Gilbert


H: B. and S. B. Brannon went
to Williston Sunday, having bedn
called there by the death of a
sister.
Miss Eulalie Edwards return-
ed Saturday from a visit of ten
days with Miss Lilla Keeler in
Jacksonville.
Mrs. W. W. Moore left Wed-
nesday for Whibham. Ga., where
she will visit her nephew, Walter
Quinn, for a week. i


J. C Bates spent Wednesday
in Glen St. Mary.
SDr. Copeland Gibson was a vis.
itor in Jacksonville last week.
Hon. Frank Adams of Jackson-
ville was a visitor in the city
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jones are
the happy parents of a little
daughter, born last Friday night.
Col. Max Brown of Macclenny-
was the guest of his' sisters,
Misses Ruth and Qrrie Brown,
Sunday.
Misses Sybil and Donnic Tay-
lor of Ocala were the guests of
their aunt, Mrs. Eugene Addicks
Tuesday-
Mrs. T. E. Adams and little
son left Friday for Trenton
where they will visit relatives
for a month. .
Dr. P. H.'Rolfs of the Univer-
sity of Florida was shaking
hands with htlis old friends in this
city, Saturday.
Misses Bessie and Ruby Chan-
cy left Saturday for a two weeks
visit with relatives and friends
in Fernandina.
The whist club was pleasantly
entertained on Thursday after-
noon by Mrs. G. IH. Malpbas on
South Marion St.
Harvey Ray,. who has a posi-
tion near Valdosta, Georgia,
spent the week-end with his
parents, Mr., and Mrs. C: M.
Ray: '
Little Miss Eloise Robinson
returned Monday from Jackson-
ville where she has been visiting
with her grandmother, Mrs. A.
McManus, for a month.
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Mrs. G. H. Wilby enter-
tained her sister, Mrs. J. T.
Whitlow, also Miss Belle Whit-
low and Eugenia Puerroux of
Augusta, Ga., for the greater
part of last week,
Misses Florence and Dorothea
Willard left Tuesday for Paris,
Indiana where they will ,visit
'with relatives until after Christ-
mas. They will be joined by
their, mother later.
Lieut. Wm. Miller of the 23rd
U. S. Infantry, is the guiest'of his
brother, A. S. Miller till the sev-
enth, when he will return to his
regiment stationed near the bor-
der of Mexico, in Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Addicks
and little son will leave Sunday
for Cedar Keys where they will
jniov an outing of a week as the


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Robinson is enter-
sister, Mrs. D. S.
her niece Miss Lee
Jacksonville- ,


Mrs. T J.
training her
Robei.ts and
Robinson of


Emmett Anderson and moth-
el,, Mrs. L. M. Anderson, returnI-
ed Sunday from a visit of sever-
al weeks in Ne% Tork, Wash-
ington and other points.
Miss Annie Stein is making an
extended visit with relatives in
Baltimore where/she went re-
cently to attend the wedding of
a cousin.
E. A. Hickson, former resident
of this city who is now engaged
in truck farming at Micanopy,
spent several days in' the city
this week.
,Mesdames, J. W. Layne and
Mattie Jennings will leave next
Tuesday for Hendersonville, N.
C:, where they will spend the
balance of the summer.
Judge and Mrs. B. H, Palmer
accompanied by their son, Bas-
corm Palmer left today (Friday)
for Asheville, N. C, where they
will sojourn until the middle of
September.
Mr. and Mrs.' Edgar Mobley
and little daughter left, Wednes-
day. for Daytona Beach where
they Will spend two weeks before
taking up their new home' in
Sanford. Their many Lake City
friends regret to lose them and
they are followed by a host of
good wishes.
The fourteen months old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Powell, who reside four miles
south of town on route three, died
early Tuesday morning after a
short illness. The funeral servi-
ces were held Wednesday from
Bethlehem church and the re:
mains were laid to rest in the
church cemetery.
Frederick Welker o' Pittsburg
Pa., spent several days in town'
this week inspecting some land
which he bought near Jefferson.
This is, Mr. Welker's second vis-
it to Lake City and he is so well
pleased with this part of the
a,n,t,a that, he. aontnmnrate. lanlat-


with ,'us and Watch them grow.
In just a little while, you will
have a good, substantial bank
account.
One dollar will open a savings
account here-we'll pay 4'per
cent i terest on y our money,
too.,
SDon't, wait, until tomorrow or
next week-start the account
TODAY.


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NOTICE OF A PICNICo ATMT. TABOB,
There will be a picnic at MtTabor
School House on Saturday 11, 1918-'
everybody invitedtpocome and bring-
a well filled basket. Several speak-
ers will be present and interesting
talks will be made along education.
allines. The speaking will be in the
morning and lin the afternoon. There
will be a meeting of patrons of the
school. All natrna of ,th APh,,n,


Frank Young left Wednesday
afternoon for Pablo BIeach.-
Miss Maude Mosely left Fri'
day for Hendersonville, N. C.,
where she will visit for several
weeks. :
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Miss Nannie Gilbert returned
Wednesday from-Atapulgus, Ga.
'here she has Ibeen the guest of
er sister, Mrs. Voyett, for sev-
eral weeks.
Notice to City Tax Payers
By -order of the city council
11 unpaid taxes for the year 1912
Will be passed to the city Attor-
ney for collection after the 28th
day of July 1913. If you have not
paid please do so within said time
and save interest and Attorneys


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Notice of Application for Tax
Deed Under Section 8 ot Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that N. E.
Williams and J. C. Summers, pur-
chaser of Tax Certificate No. 53 dat-
ed, the 7th, day of July A. D. 1911,
has filed said certificate in my office
and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property situated in Co-
lumbia County, Florida, to-wit; E1
of NW4 except four acres in SE cor-
ner. sec. 31Tp 6 South Range 16 East.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certifi-
cate in the nam6 of Alex Alexander.
'UnIess said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue- thereon on the 18th day of
August A. D. 1918.
Witness my official signature and
, al this the "16th, day qf July A. D.
1913 I J. L. MARKHAM,
[Seal] Clerk Circuit Court,
Columbia County, Florida.
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Master's Sale.
Under and by virtue of a final decree of
foreclosure of mortgage, made and entered
by the Honorable M. F, Horne, Judge of
the Tird Judicial Circuit Court of Florida,
lu and for Columbia county: in Chancery
sitting, dated Julyv 1st. 1913.1in a certain
matter therein pending wherein J. F. Tol-
bert is complainant and Thomas'Snowden
Is defendant for the sum of One Hundred
and Thirty -four andf40-100 Dollars, ($134.40);
Fifty Dollars Solicitor's |fees, and the cost
of said suit, with legal interest thereon to
dateof sale, I will on the fourth day of Au-
gust. 1913, during the legal hours of sale. In
front of the court house door in Lake City,
Florida, sell at public auction to the high-
est andtbest bidder for CASH, the following
real estate and personal property lying and
being situated in Columbia county. Florida
and more particularly described as follows,
tO-wit:
The $% of NW% of NEV of Sec.
8, Tp. 7, 1. of R,. 17 East, containing 20 acres
more or less: also, SW of NEY of Sec. 8,
Tp. 7, S. of 17East, containing forty acres
more or less. Also.,.one bay horse about
twelve years old, named Charlie, or so
much thereof as shall be required to satisfy
said degree and cost. Purchaser to pay for
title. W.H. WILSON.
Special Master.
R. W. FARNELL ,ollciftor fo complai-
nant. 51-5t


S S Keene,-Jr ...............Se4 of se% 21
6 ..............W of sw i4of swi4 ................. 22
R L Caldwell .............. Se of sw i .......................... 31
East C Lumber CompanyA II...... .............................. 36
A ll ....................... : ........... 1
G D Eygabroad ............A ll.............. ........... ........ 2
G D Eygabroad............EY of neV4 id nwY4 and 3.... .
Chas Schelver ............. \V 2 of ne/ ....... ................... 3-
R L Caldwell....'.......... Wi/2 of sAv and 4 acres off w side
of ne4 of sw/4 and 8 acres off w
side ol se'ot sw% ................ 5
Marion Moor?. ............NY of neV and ne4 ot nw% ...... 6
Marion Moore.............. zswA4 of ne4 and nw1/ of ake ...... 6
Mrs. W 1i Caldwell .... ..Na of nw4 of nw%................. 6
L W Rivers................. SY2 of nw% of nw% and i15 acres off
Sn side ci sw% of nw% and se4
of nwl and ne of swi4... ....... 6
E C Lumber Co...........S2 of ne4 and s%.................. 8
Emily Keen .. ............. N and nYof sY2 & s%/ ot se% ... 9
Reid Robson................Nw of sw, ........ 16
L F Harrington ...........Ne of ne 4 ......... ....... 16
J 0 Waldron .............. Eh of se of sws aYd wo of ses
and sY2 of ne4 o se8 anu se Of
S, se% ... ..... ............ ........... 17
J J Backus.............. ... E/2 o, Ie4 and nw1* of hie% except
1 acre to school and sw% of ne%
except 10 acres off s side .......... 18-
E C Lumber Co ............N% and 10 acres in a square in nw
cor of sw% of sw% and se% of
sw4 and sw/4 of se .............. 26
Willie P Griffin .......... NY of L 7 in nYo of ne of nel/.... 83
John J Paul ........... ...Lo 2 in s2 of ne% of ne%.. ... 83
A B Dudley ................ Lot 1 and ny, of 1i 6 in nwY of ne(/ .383
E C Lumber Co....... .... Lots 3 & 4 b c A and lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 7,16, 20. 21, 22, 23, 24, E C Lum.
Co. Sub div of n% and 10 acres
on e side of neY of seY ............ 34
Marie L Paul ..............Lot' E C Lum Uo Sub otf nl/, ..... 34
J J PL .....................Lots 10,11, E C Laum Sub of N1 ... 84
R H Paul ..................Lots 12,18, 19 E C Lum sub N%.... 84
A G Paul .......... ........ All of nw4 ot nw1/4 as lies n of 8
A L Ry right of way except blk.
D, N, 1, J and K and Lots 6, 8, 13
and 15, E CL Co Subdiv of n% &
lot 8 in se4 of nw .............. 34
Tritle & Withe ...... ...Y2 acre in sw cor of sw of ne &
S* 2 acres in no cor of neY of sw%
and n/ of se 4 ex 5 acres off sw
cor & less 10 ucres off e bide of
ny1 of se% .............. ....... 34
AG Withee................Lot 14 E C L (Co utubiv of 18..... 34
Mary McKhann....... ... .All of sw4 of nwY as lies so 01 G S
& F Ry and nw of sw ex 1 acr
In sw cor and sw% of sw4 ex 6
acres off w side 4. 4
JR Rodgers ............... Begin at nw cor of swlof 'sei/
run e 840 ft, s 317 ft, w534 ft s 15 chs,
w 306 ft, n 19.81 chns ;o beginning 34
T J. Evans...... ... ......Se%/ of.nw 4 ........................ 85
Ktomeo Alexander........Nw%, ot nw% ana tll sw% of tw
lying n oi 8.A L Ry except, 2
iiacres ............................ ... 835
J Walter Roberson...... ;W1/2 of 1e % of sw of nw% s5
E A McColskey ........... S/ of nD ot nw and ey of se/
of nL W .... .......... .... ......... 36
W L Warren........... ...N of n, ex K rlgitofway.. 2
J C C Robarts .............. 8 /2 of n /4 and sel4 ................. 19
S am F oster .................,w % of n v 4......................... 3o
Arch Anderson ........... Ne4 of nw ............. ........ 80
H B Morgan...............47 acres off w side of \w% of nw .. 84
J E Toney ................... Sw ex 10 acres ie ne corner ...... 84
E C Lumber (o... .........E/2 of nw and sw% of ne. & se4 12
Matthew Bailey .......... s% of ne and seY and e of nw% 35
........... Sw 4 of nw% ....... ............. ... 86
B R H unter... ........ 5%...... N ........................... 16
M M Wynn, Ag' .......... 8w4 of nw% except 1-6 ," side.. 21
J L M artin.......... ...... Of sw i 4.......................... 95
LC Wilson ............... .Begin at nw cor of nwi4 o nw.4. &
Srun s 83.25 c, e 12.05& n 83.25 c,. W
12.05 c to beginning............. 29
g .... .. .... ..... 2
S& E Sigwalt............... S% of nw and w/ of awi/of sey 33
J J B unch .................. N e 4 ................... .. ............ 4
J S Niulack ..............E/ of nwY and swY% of nw ....... 6
Mrs. E F.Niblack.........SwY4..,. I... ,
CM rs. E F W ack ..........Sw ................................... 6
C B M artinb;:............... S of se64............... ......... 6
..... *....... .Ne and e an e of nw4................' 7
W M Davidson .. ......... N2 of nwY4 and all of nwi4 of ne4
Sand se4 of nw4 as lies w of riv'r 14
D C Gray .................. .. .. .......... 19

On motion M. T. Farniell seconded by S. S. Keen
that all lands (unimproved) in^Tp). 1 and 2 n and
land2d south, range lS, that is assessed at less
than $1.50 per acre be raised to that price and
Slanud assessed at higher value remain at what
it tJas been assessed. Motion carried,


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M H Chambers....... ....sy, of swy and wY of sw 0 ot sey 25
H M Chambers............ E of se4 of ne4 and e% of nw
of seY and ne4 of se4.......... 25
L MI Chambers ............Ne /4 of ne/4 and w% of se1% of nE-Y4
and sw of ne% and se4 of nwi4
and w2 of nw4 of se4 and ne%
of sw 4 .......... ................... 25
R O Connell ...............SY of se ......................... 26
Mary U Carver ............ 214 acres off s side of n of se .
and s 2 of se % ...................... 86
Mary U Carver ........... N, of 1ie4............................ 1I
W Carver ..... ...........8 of ne and nw and n1% of
sw% and se4 of sw% and se... 1
W c Rivers ................Sw/ of sw/4.... .. ....... ......... 1
S ........ ...E of sw and s of se ......... 2
A M Green............ ....Sw4 of se .................... ..... 11
.1 W W ilson...... .........s o sey ......... ................ 13
J W Ostpen... ........... Sw /of nwf I ......... ............... 23
Buale&Mathis.............E q of se1 ........ ................. 23
S .......... W of swY and ne% of swi ....... 24
:J M L ndrum ..... :.... ..... .... .... .... .. 13
W M Terry ..... .......... w N w 4 .................................. 13
George Kirby ........N.... N of seY ............... ........... 18
M J K irby .... ............ S of se ........... .... ....... 13
W M Terry ....... ........WY2 of se1/......... ............... 14
FJ Parter .. ....... N of ne adw oe........Ne of 28
W J Hugoins..............EY of nw4 ....................... .. 23
W J Huggins...... ...... ,W of nwt .......................... 28
J F Her .............. .. Nwy4 of nwy ........................ 23
JB stewart.......... ..... SY of s% of se .. ................... 23
W R Wheeler ............. E of n4 and nei of se% ........ 24
V M Williams......... ... W ofne4 and e: of sw and ,
w% of se4 and seY of se4........ 24
J B Stewart............... NY of ne4 ....... .................. 24
J I Carter ................. Lot 573 and part of lot 574 and part
of lot 575 on Ga. line.............. ..
J C Joyner ............... Lot 1, 2 and 3 .................... 10
...... .... L ots 1, 2. 3,and 4..... ... ....... .. 11
E Coast Lumber Co.. ....Lots 1,2, 3and 4...... .............. 32
J M Carter... .............. NW/4of nw............. ..... ....... 22
J C Joliner .................. NwI/4 of nwy ................... ...... 2.4
Mrs P G BroWn ..........Lot 8 ............ .... ... ..... 25
M H Brown.... ........... S% of Lot 5 or swA, of seI a'.d ei.
of se/4 ............. .......... 10
Adams Bros. ............. Se of se4.... ................ ..... 17
C F Cone ... ...............W I of sw ....... ........... 17
.. ..... .Nwi of sea4 and se% of sei ....... 18
J C Havtrd.................. E/ of nw; ........ ..............- 21
East Coast Lumber Co...Nw pf se4 and se4 f s ........ 30
Robt E Parnell.......: ... ,Nw}/, and w% of sw4 and nei4 of
sw .......... .. .............. ...... /32
J E Parr.eli .......l.Nw% of nwI ...................... '33
McD Langford .. ........ Nw4of r.ef I S eV of neY4 of nwoi 85
G A Langi.,rd ............. WY 2 of L nw4 aud sw of
x nw% except two ucres in sw cor
S and ,.,V of nwY .... 85
J A Mole .......2........ of and seo ofei an.Hdne
of ~* of f .............. .......... ....... 11
SJames E Young Co .... IF1 of f 1w ........................... 13
B F Brinson .............. V 1/2 of n w ........................ 18
Ellis Henry............... N of nwI 4 and nw/w 4of sw4. ..... 14
A R.Moore ................ 8w. of nwy and wlof se..... .. 14C
Elizabeth Hardin ..... e........ ........................ 18
J A Carpenter ..... 4....... S of nei4 and se% of nwi & se 21
C D Pow ell ,.......... .....N e% ................. ......... ....... 23
J E\Young Co. ......... Nwy4................ ................. 23
Frank Adams ............. N/a of swi and Nw% of se4 and 2
esY4- of sw4 ......................... 23
Estate SP Buie ............S of seii .7.......................... 27
JrE Young Co,..,...........WY of neY and nD of nwI/4 ........ 81
Frank Adams ............Nw4 of ne4 of IInw ...... ...... 35
WT Turner.. ;.........Sw% of nw ....... ?.............
B F Brinson ............... E% of neV4 and sw of 2e4. ..... 2
Estate of ararh J-Jenkins .t yof n ........................... 6
EstateofS P Buie...*...... SY of se .......... ................. 6
C W Barwick ..............- Y.2 of 11n- .......... ... ........ 7
Estate a P Bule :........... s' of noi a Od w of dsei... ....... 7
B uie & M this .... .. N .. ............N t .......... ....... .. .. 9
H E Rhoden. ....; ...... t of nw ; ....... I ... ... ........ 19
Bute: & Mathls ..............Nw % i of n^t and ne, of nw4...,. 10
J J G riffin ..................s ,s2 -t n \% 1 .. .................. 12
W B Wesson .... .........Swi4 of -. and b., of rnw4 and
w..of se ............. .......... 15
LG Hunter........... .:.. NYof nw ...................... ... 15
Donald Torupklns ........ N of swY4........................... 1.5
P J V Huchingson........ E of.................................. 17
Donald Tompkins ........ W Yof ae% and eY of nw ...4...... 21
GE Hunter................. W% of nw4 ...................-..... 21
J W Wilson................ SeY of se ........................... 21
LDEvans............... See/ of ne4 and wy of ne 4 and
neY4 of sey and w% of se4 of se 4 27
W P Summers ............S1/ of n11 and se4 ...........3...... 35
SJ Chastain............... Nei/4 of sw4 and se4 except 18
acres off a side .................... 36
W H Sheely................E of nw% and ne% of sw, ..... 2
GP Reddlch ................ NwV ofsw4 .. .... ... ............ 2
C D Perkins .......... ....Nof se1. ......... ................ 9
J D Williams .... .... ...N and n% of sw and w% of swy+
o swV and wy2of se%............ 26
Futch &e Sheffield ....... Sw and w of e ............ 28
Futch & Sheffield........ NY and ny% of swi4.and nx/ of nuw
of sen / and e of se4 ............. 8U
S J Edwards............:.. W% of sw /4 -l se% and e% of se /4 .2
Estate W H F RoDerts...NeY4 of ne/4.................. ....... 7
Estate W H F Roberts...Ne and n1/2 of nwy & n%'of se4 8
S J Edwards..... .........NwY and si/2 ................. ....... 9
D H Herltng........ .... :N ofnw% .......................... 10
W F White'.... ........... b% of sw and seY ............... 14
T W G etzen ........... .... A ,l ............ ................... .... 15
W M Crouch...... ......... SO of sei............. .............. 18
J Swails.................. NwY of swY ana ey of sw% k a s 23
,MD Bryan ................Ne/4 andn% of se% and begin at
ne oor of sel ofse4 &run w35 c,s
11 45 c, e 35c, w 11 45 to beginning' 26-
T W Getzen ........... ..... N of ne4 and n :of s% of ,ne4
Sle~ss6 acres off w enA and ne of
nwV4 and nw of cwy4 ............ 18
E Paik .............. ......N. of ............... .......... .. 6
Mrs. RG Strange ......... SwA of nw and w2 of sw% and
neo of sw. ...................... 10
W W McCormick.........sw$ of ne4 ana nw of sew and
s .of nw4 and n% of 8sw1 ...... 15
J L Koono................. .N% of nw4\.... ..................... 15
L B Daaberiey.........."... S of sw% ........................... 23
TO Cason. :......'..........NeV of ne4........................... 24
T C Cason..................S/ of se4 ............................ 24
LB Dauberley ........... .N of nw4 ........................;. 26.
Jas. Crews......i4..........Lots 566 and567 on Gra. Line ..... ...
J C Joyner..... ............ Lot 568on Ga. line ......:.......".... ..
D H Register, ............. Lot 569 on Ga.:line ................ ..
Frank Burnet............. Lots 570. 571, on Ga. line..............
Frarik Burner ............. Lot 572 on Ga. line................. ..
J W Lang Dale.. .......... Lots 595, 596, 597, 598, 599, 600 on Ga.
lin e ... .................... .....
Frank Burnett............Lots 1. 2,8 and 4 ..... : ... ........... i7
Frank Burnet...../... .... Ne ....... ............ ...........,.. 18
D H Khowls...............twi.i of se% .......................... 47
J C Joiner.......,.......... E of sw ......................... 7
JC Jolner.^.... ......... ....Nfcof nw ........ ;.... ... .......,.. 18
Unknown ......... .-...... Nwi4 ofswi4........... ..... .... .... 18
_C W Cone ................... W 2 of sw%.. ......................
JJC Joiner .................. Se of sw1y and nw4 of se!...... 28
C W Cone ....... .........E. of sew ........................... 29
D N Cone, Jr.......,.......Sw4 6f sw%.......................... a1
JF Stewart. .............. Sw% of ne% & nwr4 & n of sw^ 823
.RAKnowls .............. Sw% of ne and s of nw%
of sw .4 .......................... 3


J C Joyner.................Nw% of ne% and n of .w% and
ne of se4......................... 383
J C Joyner.... ...... .....W of nw4 and nw of sw4..... 84
George Johnson......... .E of nw4 and wy of ne/4....... 84
SW Gore .................. E- ofnwY and w ofseY... .... 85
Est G W, Waldron, et alEY of sw ....... .................... 2
Kebecca S Bryan._........N.. e 4...... ............... ............ 56
D N Cone ..........I........ W V of sac.... ...................... 5
............ ...... / of n ei .......................... 6
GW Waldron.et al........ Ne/ of nw% .......v.............. .... 11
J CJoyner................. Wy ofnew and nw and n of
sw4% and wvi4 pf se4 and w of
e} of se 4 ..... ... ....... ............... 17
G W W aldron .............Lotv167. ...... ........................ 19
W M Durrance............E% of ne%&A nw4 of ne 4 of saY4
and sw4 of ne4 and nwY of se4
S/ except 8 acres off n side and sk
of nwi4,and w%/ of nw%.......... 28
W R Bullard .............. N/2 of sw% and se4 of sw% and 8
acres off s side of nw4 of se
and swi4 of se .................. 28
Joyner & Jones ...........Se of ne4 and w% of ne ........ 29
W M Spradly... .......... Sw4 of aw% and wV2 of swI4 and
se4 of sw% and wi/ of se......... 21
Joshua H Lang... ........ Sw/-of ne% and nw4of se% and
se4 of se4 ......................... 30
Chas Rauls ................Nw4 of Swl/ & w1. of swI of sw 82
Francis M Cross ..........E% of ne 4 and w/2 of nw4 of
SV and s of se4 ................. 1
P O Keene.................Ne% ofnei ............................ 4
Francis M Cross *.......... Nw of sw' and e of sw4 and
W w>2 of se4 and ne% of seV....... 5
E C Lumber Co............ SwY4 of sw% and se4 of seV ....... 5
M S & R J Knight.........Nei and n-1 of sw4 and nI of
nw% of se% and neY of se.. .. 21


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Notice of Application for Tax
Deed Under Section 8 of Chal)p-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice isf hereby given that W. S.
Tyre, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 107. dated the 3rd day of July,
A. D., 1911, has filed said certificate
in my offices and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated in Columbia county,
Florida, to-wit: SW4 of NWY4 sec.
27. Tp. 4, Range 18. 40 acres. The
said land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of M. I. and J.W. Hatcher.
Unless said certificate shall b6e re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 5th day of
August, A. D., 1913.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 3rd day of, July, A. D.,
1913 J. L. MARKHAM,
[Seal] Clerk Circuit Court,
Columbia County, Florida


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Notice of Application for Tax
Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888 Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that N. E.
Williams and J. C. Summers pur-
chaser of Tax Certificate No. 101
dated the 7th day of July A. D. 1911
has filed said certificate in my office
and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property situated in
Columbia County, Florida. to-wit:
50 acres off North, side of North
Half ofSEY sec, 7TP6.South Range
17East. The said land being Passes-,
sed.at the date of the insurance of
such certificate in the nameof'John
Golden. Unless said certificate shall
be redeemined according to law, tax
deed will issue thereon on the 18th
day of August A. D. 1913.
Witness mny official signature and
seal this the 16th day of July A, D.
1913. J L. Markham,
(Seal) Clerk Circuit Court,
1-5t Columbia County, Florida.


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Revision of Tax Assessment for 1913

Lake City, Florida, July 7th, 1913.

The Board of County Commissioners in and for Columbia county,
Florida, met this day for the purpose of revising and equalizing the tax
assessment for the year A. D.. 1913, and for the purpose of transacting such
other business as may legally come before them.
B. W. Turner, chairman. T. H. Owens, W. M. Kinard, M. T. Farnell
and S. S. Keen being present, the following revision and equalization of
Assessment Roll was ordered by the boaid, and other business transacted,
to-wit.


LEGAL NOTICES


ADAMS AND oAVIS STREETS
ROOMS75 CENTS
WITH PRIVATE BATH,$100 PlR PERSON.
JACKSONVILLt, FLA.


Malaria or Chills & Feve
Prescription No. 666 is prepared especially:
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER
Five or six doses will break any case, ant
if taken then as a tonic .the Fever wdill no
return. It acts on the liver better thai
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25








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instead of leftover meat, although it
affords one an easy way of using up
the odds and ends left from the pre-
ceding day's meals.
Some recipes for excellent hashes
are given here:
Appetizing Baked Hash.
Baked Hash.-Take one and a quar
ter pounds of shoulder or neck of mut-
ton, lean as you can get it. Cover
with boiling water and cook until ten-
der. Remove the bones and gristle
and chop the meat very fine. Add
three boiled and creamed potatoes, a
tablespoonful of butter., half a tea-
spoonful of salt, pepper to taste, a
tablespoonful of parsley minced very
fine and a few drops of onion juice.
Mix all together and turn into a balr-
ing dish. Pour over the mixture a
tablespoonful of milk, add fine bread-
crumbs mixed with melted butter and
bake .a nice brown about twenty min-.
utes. Serve from the same dish.
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brown in a little fat pork or bacon
drippings. Drain from the fat and
into same pan put two tablespoonfuls
qf flour to two of fat and ruib smooth.
Then add a cup of rich milk or cream.
Salt and pepper to taste and stir until
It boils up: then add the meat and
cook long enough to heat thoroughly.
Pour over toasted slices of bread.
Hashed Beef In Casserole.-To a
pound of cold beef allow a tablespoon-
ful of butter, two tablespoonfuls of
flour, half a pint of stock, a good sized
tomato and a small onion. Heat the
butter nla the casserole. Chop and fry
the onion in the butter. Next add the
flour, fry it a little and moisten with
the gravy. 'Peel and cut up the to-
mato and add it to the stew. Season
all with pepper and salt and simmer
for fifteen minutes. Strain. place the
slices of meat in the pot. add the
gravy and simmer all for twenty min-
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Warbles on Cattle.
One of the very harmful insect pests
grubs in the Lncks of- cattle are a
source of irritation. a ud" the piunctures
which they produce seriouslJy reduce
the value of infested hides for leather
products. The flesh around the wound
is sometimes so changed by the inliam-
miation set up by the grubs that it is
unfit for sale and must be discarded.
-This causes substantial loss, especially
as the more valuable cuts are most fre-
quently affected. Every farmer should
make a thorough and systematic at-
tempt to exterminate this pest. This
may be accomplished by the destruc-
tion of all grubs during the early
spring months. The grubs when ripe
may be ,extracted by squeezing the
warbles between the thumbs. All ex-
tracted rubs should be destroyed.

He Is, sufficiently learned that knows
how to do well and has power enough
to refrain from evil.-Cicero.


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Suffered Eczema 50 Years-Now Well
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awful burning, itching, smartinge,
skin-disease known as "tetter"-an-
other name for Eczema. Seems good
to realize, also. that DR. HOBSON'S
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which has troubled me for over fifty
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is worth more than it costs., J. W. Harris a well-
known farmer living near Choccolocco, Ala.,

writes:


"I had occasion to call our doctor not two
hours after my telephone was connected with
our exchange. My mother, who is very old,
fell down the door steps and brokeher arm, and
I called the doctor. He was at my house before
I could have gone to his residence, as he has an
automobile.
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PERSONAL PRO PERTY
Value Raised to


Value Raised to
H F Tyre.............. 400 650.
State Exc Bank.......28,100 35,250
Virgil Waitma.n..... 140 -200
JE White.....'...... 140 200
John Williams......... 100 150
Thos Zimmerman..... 40 100
Upon motion it was ordered by the
board that the following taxes -be
levied upon th6value of all personal
property and real estate in Columbia
county, Florida, for state, county
and school purposes for the year
1913, and it is further ordered that
the tax assessor shall assess and the
tax collector collect the assessment
so levied for sub school district and
50 per cent of all occupation tax as
provided by law. ,


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8 A Adams............$ 900
John Aarons........... 240
Maggie Banks......... 20
J NBedenbaugh...... 150
T J arlisle ........... 40
Ed Duncan........... 30
Henry Ellis........... 40
John Ellerson ......... 80
EC Lum Co ........108,580
WR English........... 160
Peter Graham. ....... 120
A S Goodbread........ 1880
8 W Keree..........M... 260
Dasher Le wis .... .... 86
JT Jones .... No. 10... 1600'
GG Legrone, Jr. ..... 100
JH Owens............ 100
John J Paul....... .... 1075
Jasper Rimes ......... 80
John DRooinson...... 80
S R Rimes ............ 150
Gilroy Rimes, ......... 150
R T Robinson.. ...... 80
Homer Roberson ...... 120
W J Roebuck.......... 160
Lewis Shade .......... 140
SW H Sheely ......... 860
3 J Swaits ............ 280
Owon J Tyre ..., .... 840
L W Tyre... .......... 400
TD IT Tvy'r ...


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The vote stood as follows: Aves,
T. H.Owen W.M. Kinard, 51%. T.
Parnell, R. W. Turner. -Nays, S. S.
Keen.
There being no further business the
board adjourned until the first Mon-
day, 4th day of,August, 1913, for the
purpose of hearing complaints.
Signed,
R. W. TURNER,
WM KIlARD,
S S KEEN.
T. H. OWEN'S.
Ltteft: N. Y. FARNELL.
I TL. MA-.KITAM. Ex off'ioCler'k


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for pulling out the tongue. In thel,
second tier of the tower is shown the
room where the robber Baron Kunz
Von Gelling had been prisoner
chained by hand and feet for four
years; when finally the day of his
execution arrived, he begged as a
last favor to be allowed to ride his
'horse about the court yard before dy-
ing-the request granted, he rode
around several times then suddenly
spurring his charge, went with a)tre-
mendous leap over the rampart and
moat and riding away called back,
"Thurenberger don't hang one lest
they have got him," the imprint of
the horse's hoofs are still plainly to
be seen on the rampart and the
Thurenbergers are chaffed about the
affair to this very day. Yours truly,
JOHN W. ETTEL.

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White Springs office, as assistant
postmaster at Perry, Fla., per-
forming his duties at both places
very acceptably, but had howev-
er, taken the civil service exam-
ination for appointment as a
clerk in the post office at Jack-
sonville. He passed the examin-
ation very creditably, and I ap-
pointed him substitute clerk, and
later a regular clerk. On account
of his experience and ability, I
used him in practically every de-
partment of this office, and in
this way he became familiar with
post office work in general, for
which reason I recommended
him to the postmaster at Lake
City for appointment in place of
Mr. Kennedy, whose transfer
had been arranged for to the Cin-
cinnati office. I wish to say,
right here that I experienced a
good bit of difficulty in persuad-
ing Mr. Dicks to go to Lake City,
for two reasons: His surround-
ings here were ,very congenial,
and his prospects of, getting
$1,200 within a year were better
in the Jacksonville office than
they would be in the Lake City
office. The highest salary he
could receive as assistant post
master at Lake City Wds only
$1,100, under'conditions as they
existed then, and as I believe
they exist at the present time.
It took some little time to perfect
arrangements for Mr. Dicks'
transfer to Lake City, and before
they were completed, I, received
a letter from Mr. Raulerson sta-
ting that he had made other and
satisfactory arrangements for an
assistant' postmaster. I under-
stood that the young man he took
into the,office was Mr. T. H.
Hoover. ,1He took hiin in, he and
Mr. Hoover both knowing that
Mr. Hoover's appoint.mnent, as as-
sistant postmaster was based en-

service examination. Tr. Hoo-
ver took the examination and
failed. He therefore could not
be n amed as assistant postmas-
ter. Mr. Raulerson then wrote
me to send Mr. Dicks, to him, but
Mr. Dicks in the meantime had
changed his mind, and did not
want torgo to Lake City. I knew
from reliable sources that the
Lake City office was very badly
in need of a man familiar with
postal work, and I therefore urg-
ed Mr. Dicks to go, telling him,
that if he would go up there and
help the postmaster and the peo-
ple of Lake City, I would arrange
for his transfer back to the Jack-
sonville office as soon as matters
were straightened +ut there.
Now I have written the above
because I have been reliably in-


formed that ,a number of persons
in Lake City are under the im-
pression that Mr. Dicks sought,
this appointment, and that
through me or my influence, he
'got the appointment over others
who were entitled to it. I there-
fore write this letter in justice to
Mr. Dicks, and in order that the,
people may understand that so
far as I.ampersonally concerned,,
I had no interest in the matter
whatever. So far as Mr. Dicks
is concerned, he really made a
sacrifice to go to Lake- City, for
he had the expense of moving,
etc.
I wish to add in this connec-
tion, that the transfer of a man
from this office, as assistant
postmaster at Lake City was at
the earnTest/ request of the post-.
master at Lake City.
Respectfully yours,
D. T. GEROW,
Postmaster.


onnadus and other fine build-
ingscontaining the different springs,
pays the girls who fill your drink-
ing cups (although you must tip
them also) keeps the streets imma-
culately clean, and sidewalks in
town and the miles and miles of
promenade walks in the wooded
mountains are kept swept so that a
scrap of paper or a wilted leaf ot
flower is never seen anywhere. The
given time of your intended stay au-
tomatically forms a contract with
yourlandibrd and if y u have ffIled
out blank saying that you expect to
atay three weeks, three weeks he
he has got you and he has the legal
right to charge you for three weeks
even should you be dissatisfied with
the house or service or be compelled
to leave after twenty four hours.
Wouldn't I like to see the Honorable
Lake City council pass a similar
ordinance! And the rates! tA fair
room *without private bath and no
board costs from three dollars per
day up and you don't even get soap
or matches and they are stingy with
towels and only change the bed
linen once a week." Everybody wants
tips, tip them twice and then tip
them again antd even if you w tnt to
use the necessary stations de sante
, there is an old woman there who
opens the door for you and demands
anickle, Yours truly,
JOHN W. ETTEL.

Karlsbad, June 1913.


I have just rece
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R. E. Dicks was in the city sev-
eral days last week.
. H. C. and W. H. Markham were
in the city last week.
R,. S. Hyers has several bear-
ing grape fruit trees in his or-
chard this year. Mr. Hye rs has
a beautiful orchard started that
will soon furnish him an abun-
dance of fruit.
Elders Peacock. and Whiticar
conducted services at Ebenezer
Thursday and Friday and had
baptism Friday afternoon.
A. L. Markham had the misfor-
tune to lose one of his best mules
Monday night.
The little daughter of Henry
Knight died Wednesday of last
week and was buried Thursday
afternoon at Ebenezer. Services
were conducted by -.Elders Pea-
cock and Whiticar of Jacksonville.
Messrs. J. R. Emmitt and G.
F. Dicks are entertaining their,
sisterfrom Lake Butler.
R. N..and D. B. Penlarid and
J. 0. Green were in the city
Tuesday.,
iMrs. I.L. Berry and children
are spending the week with her
sister, Mrs. J. W. Roberts and
othor j rolk tj t ... I,- I
R. E. Roberts and wife spent
Sunday"in 'Evergreen. '
The Penticostal meeting held
at Rose Creek school house i Sat-
urday p. m. was well attended.
J. R., Chastain'made abusiriness
trip to Lake City Monday.
Herman Dortch attended
church at Watertown Sunday
morning.
Misses Vera Chastain and Ni-
na CLastain, and Miss Rosalie
Dortch were the guests of Miss
Richards Sunday.
Miss Gertrude Barras has ar-
rived from Loraine, Ohio and will
make her home with her father,
Alfred Barras.,
John Belotto made a business
tpip to town Tuesday.
Misses Vera and Nina Chastain
Mary Baker, Bedie Lee and
Messrs Herman Dortch and W.
N. Chastain attended.the evening
services at the Watertown Bap-
tist church Sunday.
Arthur Williams spent Sun-
day in Lake City.
Guy Markham attended Sun-
day school at Bethlehem Sunday
Guy is becoming a regular caller
at Bethlehem these days-some
attraction we suppose.,
Mrs. J. W. Roberts spent Sun-
day with J. R. Chastain and fam-
ily,
H. M. Chastain spent the veak
with his parents, H. T. Chastain
and family. '
Heavy, and frequent showers
are inconveniencing the fodder


pullers no little,
Regards to all,
S-I. DOLITTLE.
t

Miss EsteIle Mobley is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Texas, Hodges,
Ln Tallahas-ee, fqr several weeks.


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Dealer in
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Editor Index:-
In newspapers we occasionally see
exaggerated pictures of over-gtout
military ,officers; in our compart-
Sment on the train going from Frank-
fort to Thuremberg we Lad for com,-
pipy a Bavarian major. a little over
# lve feet tall and so stout that he had
difficulty in getting through the,
door; the poor fellow had an annoy-
ing cougl but was otherwise a very
pleasant co nliPanion. As the train
stopped for ten minutes at Wurzburg
we felt in duty bound to sample the
genuine MWurzburger, w which is served
in big glasses right at the coaches
and we found it 0. K. The modern
section of Thureuberg is built enitire-
ly apart trom the old one; the latter
is untouched by any innovations and
i * the an client building gs With .lJjLX._
S traordinary steep rools, their hand
painted fronts arid their quaint
S names, the narrow winding streets,
S the moats and ramparts, give one a
vivid idea of how our forefathers
lived and defended themselves
against enemies in medieval times.'
Thanks to the direction of a kind na-
tive, we had supper in theBratwurst
Herzle (Little Sausage Heart); the
little house'had been built in 1462 for
Sa sausage factory oaw a small scale
and is still used as such and well
patronized by the knowing citizens;
the guest room is about 32x12 feet
containing but two tables seating
eight persons each. Oh, but the gen-
%ine sausages made fresh every day
and grilled on an open fire and
served on tin plates with such
saurkraut and such rye bread and
suchbeer! We could not resist the
temptation to repeat the ,treat by
making a dinner of them the follow-
ig day and I assure you that we each
hadt more than one order; tothink of
Armour's fake sausages, makes us
weep. We visited the old castle
built at the time of Emperor Freder-
itrk Ist, and which took from 1152 to
1,1& to fluish; in the courtyard is the
Deep yell 608 feet deep hewn by hand
Silirough solid rcek'byprisoners, who,
-,working incessantly, took 82 years to
dek lit. .The tower contains a com-
pleteassortment of the original in-
strumeits of torture used by tne
holy inqpisition and the 'most horri-
Wia-among them is the'* Iron Virgin."
S An ovep-lite size hollow form of a.
woman ipte which the delinquent
.was fastened; the two doors on the
front containing sharp iron prongs
Sgix Inches, long were then closed
Slowly and two prongs entered the
eyes and'iei4ht pierced the chest; the
corpse was then unfastened and
-dro.ged through a trap into a 'nia-
"'-ihe here it was cut to pieces and
the remains wefe carried away by a
Swift flowing underground river.
STherb are many other harmless itn-
stru nets such a ? a kitd of doubl
ladle with long sharp points used foi
tearing out, a woman's breast and
|,igh iron booths v ich worr tiilie
w ith rm ,tent u l,-ad s ,r ti m e s bjt ongs
l~uo were placed n. tih,mt ud tong+


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