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THEMING LEADER!
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Entered as second class matter atj
the post office at Tarpon Springs, Fla.
Published daily except F u «tfav bv 1
THE LEADER PU^ ISHING y C O. i
MILTON TID-V Editor
H. L. Associate Editor
4<ad Advertising Manager ]
r Tarpon Springs, Fla. 1
, Phone 77 f
Member The Associated Press. ]
\ The Associated Press is exclusively ,
\ywatitled to the use for republication of ,
news dispatches credited to it or ‘
otherwise credited in this paper, '
r ■'«« the local news published (
and u-~ - (
nerein. . “ k
SUBSCRIPTION RATES *
Effective on and after January 1,1919-,
One j t
, Six months ,co .
’ Three months ••• • • 1
Less than three months, 25 c n t s |
' each two weeks, to be paid, to car
rier boys.
Canadian and foreign postage, |
$3.10 per year additional.
If -you have trouble getting The
Leader, phone or write the Circulation
Manager and the matter will he regu
lated immediately.
In ordering a change of address,
please give the old as well as the new
addrss. I
advertising RATES
By the month, every publication
day, JO cents per ineh.
Less than month, at least 3 times
a week, 12% cents per inch.
Single insertion or two insertions,
J 6 cents per inch.
Six columns to page—l 3 picas wide
and 19% inch long columns.
Can use mats up to 3 columns wide
and 10 inches deep.
. Goes into 95 per cent of the homes
\ at Tarpon Springs.
\ Local Advertising 15 cents a line
\ per issue on first page and 10 cents
\ oer line on all other pages.
\ Want Advertising. Classified, one
Vent a word per issue, minimum rate
16 cents; cash to accompany copy.
\Special Notices. For obituary no
bles, (lards of thanks, resolutions, and
of entertainments where any
BSH! S "charges are made for admission or>
otherwise, the charge will be regular
tocal advertising rates of 15 cents a
line on first page and 10 cents a line
•m all other pages.
Palmolive Specials
3 Bars 25c
12 Bars 97c
Octagon, Export, Lenox, Palm Beach, Polo or Woscot soap, or
Grandma’s, Gold Dust, Octagon, Pearline, Rub-no-more, or Star
Naptha powder
5c Each--10 for 47c
Mother's, National, Purity or Atlas Oats—
13c, 2 for 25c; 6 for 70c
Chase & Sanborn Seal Brand Coffee
Snow’s Hobby Flour Ballard’s Self-Rising Flour
POTATO CHIPS
Le France Laundry Tablets Mason and Ideal Fruit Jars
French Market Coffee and Package Rice
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Loomis’ Bcisket Store
“The Profit-Sharing Store”
Phone 66 Tarpon Springs, Fla.
T. B. GUTHRIE MEAD WOOD
PROPRIETORS OF
CITY GARAGE
Do any kill'd of work that any antomohile needs
NONE BUT THE BEST WORKMEN.
Wfc CHARGE FOR WHAT WE DO.
MITCHELL TUBES : FISK TIRES.
GAS, AIR, AUTO ACCESSORIES.
Open every hour of the year. We do it Right
CITY GA RA G E
112 PINELLAS AVE. PHONE 168
TARPON SPRINGS, FLA.
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LOCAL AND PERSONAI
I Our stock of galvanized ware is very
complete at this time and the prices
are righWGoorley-Logan Hardware
.Company,
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Mr, and Mrs. Louis Hope came over
irom Tampa today to attend the fu
neral of Capt. S. E. Hope.
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J. W. Cherbonneaus, Mrs. E. H. Eu
banks, Misses Pearl and Frances Eu
banks were in the city today in the in
terest of the Salvation Army drive.
From here they went to Clearwater
where they will hold a rally tonight,
and Monday night they will be in
Oldsmar for the same purpose. Mr.
Cherbonneaux speaks encouragingly
of the work and thinks there will be
no trouble In raising the fjuota. 1
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Sheriff Whitehurst was in the city
attending tU official business.
Invitations will be out in a few days
to the marriage of Miss Jennie Gray
Edwards to Mr. Harry Oscar Sheldon,
the wedding to take place at the Meth
odist church in Elfers, Wednesday ev
ening, June 18, at 8 o’clock. Both are
very popular young people and the
i coining event is of interest to a host
’ of friends.
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The Arthur L. Johnson clothing
store is offering big values in men’s
clothing. Mohair and palm beach suits
that formerly sold for $18.50 and $25
are being sold at the low price of
$14.95.
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The City garage has an attractive
ad in this issue. Both Messrs. Guth
rie and Wood are experts in their line
and when the car goes wrong, pay
them a visit.
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Deputy Shell Fish Commissioner
, Williams was in the city today from
. St. Petersburg.
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I Any one wishing to help in this mat
r ter may leave their subscriptions eith
> er with Mrs. Milton Tiddy, chairman
of the ladies’ committee, or H. L.
| Whitney, chairman of the men’s com
mittee.
THE EVENj
Here is a complete *ssA l°J !
all sizes fruit jars and hesj,.
prices this month put tin
| reach of all experienced
! who are accumtomed to musing best
quality jars. We also hav« f ru i< Jar
caps, light and heavy Jar rubbers, and
everythin gelse you will nee« f or p re _
serving time. 1-pt- Mason i’mrs, sl.is ;
1-qt. Mason jars, $1.25; 1-ffpt W'-" 1 ’ j
glass top, $1.35; 1-qt, Ideal- (
$1.45. Noblit Hardware C<*Bf
The Florida pinto is comipfljfon the I
market now, and is one off thfe
uavored peaches grown.
Mrs. H. L. Whitney retu ; f rom
Tampa last evening.
Daniel has accepted a po
-1 sitiott ’with the Park Phaitnacy and
I will begin his engagement at once.
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J. D. Burgess and wife left on last
night’s train for points in Connecti-
I C ut and Other States. They will re
turn in October.
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F. E. Chidester, president of the
board of trade, left today for Indian
apolis, via Tampa. He will be away
about a week.
AC. Jb At.
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The body of David Lawler, who died
at Sutherland, was brought to this
city and shipped to Green Valley, 111.,
this morning.
,V. M. At
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R. D. Gray has purchased from G.
A. Louden a residence on Court street.
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Men’s work shirts for 75 cents at
G. W .Fernald’s Son. It.
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Don’t fail to see the U. S. S. Florida
jin the window of G. W. Fernald’s Son.
Chase & Sanborn’s teas and coffees.
It.
At. AC. Jt
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Mr. C. Johnson, of Seven Springs,
was in town yesterday.
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Mr. G. M. Morris, a former resident
of Tarpon Springs, arrived in the city
last night from Leesburg to visit Mi.
i M. N. Hill and other friends. Mr.
Morris is now making his home in
Jacksonville.
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Mr. M. N. Hill was a Tampa visitor
> Tuesday.
£ £ * * ki
Mrs. Ada Fernald is spewing sev
eral weeks in Apalachicola with
| friends. I
Let every man, woman anj| child in
town write to some friend and invite
jthem to the mammoth Fourth of July
I celebration that is to be held here.
FOR SALE—Solid oak china closet;
Early English finish. Mrs. T. J.
McAcy, 117 Parken Street, Tarpon
Springs, Fla.
The Fourth of July celebration
tops the pot in this fine old burg just
now. In order to make it the success
that it should be all will have to root
to beat the band.
DON’T FORGET THAT THIS
CITY WILL CELEBRATE
The committee of the whole appoint
ed to pull off a Fourth of July celebra
tion here, met Thursday night. Ev
erything is in splendid working order,
and there is no doubt that the matter
will be a success in every way.
A FINE TOMATO GARDEN
Last evening The Leader man was
introduced to one of the finest toma
to gardens that it has ever been his
good fortune to see. This garden is
in the rear of the local express office
and is the property and pride of Agent
W. C. Epps. It consists of about
twenty plants which stand from four
to six feet high, bearing from 12 to
24 of the finest tomatoes each that
have ever been raised anywhere.
There are several immatur«#tomatocs
there that will easily tip the scales at
one pound each, and the flavor of the
fruit is far ahead of any on the mar
ket. We can talk this way because
these tomatoes are not for sale. Mr.
Epps has staked the plants so that
they are kept off the ground; and the
wisdom of this plan is shown by the
fact that he has one plant that was
not staked but left to grow as it
wjpuld. On this plant there is not even
a sign of a tomato, though it was of
the same seed and had the same class
of fertilizer and care of the others
with the exception noted above. Sure
ly this is a tomato country.
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Some fellow stuck a sign up in this
o ce worded like ,this: “NO HUR
RY, DON’T WORRY.” Pretty good
advice for the other fellow, but we
wonder how many can pull that stunt.
A booster remarked on the street
the other day that changes in business
firms usually means that a town is
getting ready for a boom. If there is
anything in that, Tarpon Springs
ought to rival Jacksonville in the way
of population within the next year or
so. Nearly everything in town has
'changed ownership.
ING LEADER-
LODGE DIRECTORY
Tarpon Lodge, No. 112, F. & A. M.—
Meets second and fourth Thursday
nights. Ed Pierce, W. M.; Webster
Little, secretary.
Electa Chapter, No. 18, O. E. S.—
Alice Hope, W. M.; Martha Gibble,
Meets every second Monday night.,
secretary.
Tarpon Springs Lodge, No. 34, I. O.
O. F.—Meets every Friday night.
W. G. Adderly, N. G.; Willis Cas
taing, secretary.
Pine and Oak Camp, No. 191, W. 0. W.
—Meets every 2nd Tuesday night
W. H. Gourley, C. C.; J. M. Young,
clerk.
Live Oak Camp, No. 16023, Modern
Woodmen Meets first Monday
night. H. C. Clayton, consul; H. M.
Grammer, clerk.
United Brotherhood Carpenters, No.
1458—Meets every second Wednes
day night. F. S. Davis, president;
J. I. Blake, secretary.
MICKIE SAYS
/'"this w aiiin"svuff few. th *"1
PAPER MNt SO 6ASN AS W LOOKS,!
\LLTtLL Th \NORLO'. NUH GOV'T* J
KNOW HOW T SPELL *N COMPOSE
M GIT TER FACTS T’GETHER Vt <
NA GOTTA UOOK'h NOT WRITE
ANYTHING THAT’LL MAKE POLKS 1
SORE V» NA GOTTA POT AUL (
PEP INTA COMMON ENER’OAN /
TV-MNGS.’AT At NT GOT ANN PEp\
tN 'EN\, SO THEN'LL MAKE INTER
ESTIN’ readin’-’n then after
NOO’VE RON ALL ONER TOWN
\ AFTER NEWS 'N WRITTEN COL-
I SUMS OP STUFF, FOLKS'LL THROW
Whe paper oown 'n ban." there
V ain't nothin' in TH* PAPgßt l^/
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money, Talfs&hnd Talks Loud TOO
wejime- So We Can Talk
Because we buy for cash and
<can make prices to suit you
to
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We have studied ways and means of
GETTING TRADE
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We will tell you what we have found to be
THE BEST WAY
is this
Give The People What They Want
At the Lowest Possible Price
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We handle as comptete a line of Staple
and Fancy Groceries as can be found
in the state. We call for and deliver
AGENTS FOR
Queen Rose Self Rising Flour
Aristos Guaranteed Flour and Stone’s Cakes
JUKES-REGISTER COMPANY
Wharton’s Old Stand Next to Post Office Phone 64
$ 14.95
Men’s MOHAIR and PALM BEACH
Suits —in Men’s and Young Men’s
Suits—Blue, Grey, Green and fine
pin Stripes etc. —These suits Sold at
$18.50 to $25.00. Now is the
chance to Select a fine Summer Suit
at less than cost.
HURRY—HURRY—HURRY
and get your size
Arthur L. Johnson
120 TARPON AVENUE
TARPON SPRINGS, FLA.
NOTICE
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I wish to announce to my friends
and the public generally that I have
purchased an interest in the Pinellas
garage and will be glad to see them
any time when in need of work. We
propose to render the best of service.
6-5-3 t. THOS. B. GUTHRIE.
Papers printing advice and lectures
to boys and girls are wasting their
space. Boys don’t read the papers
at all and girls read only the society
reports. Those few who may read
the Solomonic admonitions of the
press, pa yno attention to them. —
Punta Gorda Herald.
The Herald might add to this that
the wise old guys that spill long lec
tures to the boys and girls, when they
get them cornered, are also wasting
tjme. While they are being lectured
and advised, all the children think
about is how soon can they get away.
—Ocala Star.
And when some fathers buy a book
for their boy they get something like
the history or biography of some fos
sil, Blackstone commentaries, or other
like stuff, instead of giving them on*
of Zane Grey’s stories or Empey’s
“Over the Top.” Then they wonder
why the boy wants to stay out at
night, and cannot be interested in the
church or the Sunday school. As we
have said before, the boy is a far bet
ter judge than the man. Let him have
what true nature craves and deserves.
In a little while the father may dO'
well to follow in the tracks of the
son.

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