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 Material Information
Title: The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title: Citizen reporter
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.L. Dodd
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042460
oclc - 33283557
notis - AKN0324
lccn - sn 95047172
System ID: UF00065510:00001
 Related Items
Preceded by: Columbia County citizen and Florida tobacco plant
Preceded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1885)
Succeeded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1919)

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I happiness of individuals, of families, COUNCIL PROC INGS. .
of neighbors by an evil tongue? What '\ .
are but triflle are swollen into im- The Council met in regular. session
portance by repetition, and thus dif- Monday-evening. '. -'
'ficulties which a single word might The minutes of the previous meet. '
have explained and healed, increase ing were rdad and approved. '
in magnitude and at last become in- Upon motion of Mr.'Jones thefol- :
curatle. low-ing. resolution was adopted: :
The tongue will be evil while the -'Be it resolved"by the -City Cuncil{-.:
heart is wrong, for out of the abund- of Lake City, that the acts-of, the-- .
ance of the heart the mouth speaketh. Mayor in accepting .less than the ,
The best remedy for an evil tongue is amolpt of license prescribed- fort-ravr- .-
a.new heart, but as even the best of iling shows be and'te ..same .aree
us are sanctified in part, we must hereby ratified ."
adopt such a remedy as will meet the Upon motion of.Mr- .fl o' the
evil from whatever source it may prol riety of the preseqittytoer'dinance'.
come; and this is the remedy: take relating to the amodtA.-t liens prep r .e
heed what ye hear. We must "refuse scribed for travelling shws .ow-s -.sre. -
to listen to what the evil tongue says. fer-red to the city attOrme for. his I *...
Listening to slander is so nearly- re- opinion. -. ;.-. ~
lated to slander itself that if we give '"A communication. ftm-the6..tief of. '
place to the one we are likely to be the fire department ws received ,
infected with the other. The listener Upon motion-of MtV. ayne'the6nmat-, :
is partaker with the speaker; there- tef pertaining totthl ete of'the ite" ..
forp, at all times, now and ever, take department was refer -.-to: the,- com,
heed what you hear-don't hear every- mittee on public safety' ndf d;i-tltits ".
thing; and don't repeat everything committee to report Atthenextregfu- .' .
you hear.--Bartow Record. lar meeting of thecounipo *o. -, : '
.. --- The question of-opehing ,p wa-s,.
Obituary. street across the east side of blok ''
emory of C. L. Green, wh No. 23 ii the northwestern divisia ::
,.. mory of C J. L. reen, who ._,a. X I, ,;::.-:
di Jtember. ,11 1910. .' the city was again taken up; -
M~essrs. W H.- W~nidKfl,_ann 01. -
-on, Dear Brother! Yw have .- Messs W._H W1sdi ,andA,
hav. been missed so by your loved 'Colepreentedto the CotiaciH s "'
ones. I often sit and think of yvpr petit sipn edby a. numb-of .'
dear fa ceas I sr it last, while I la citizens requestig that t-. stet -be,
ea t l, opened. '
,-,,TIt bed of paif.stricken with fev % erP. : ..-. -,
ayse f. But Dear Brother will rise Messrs.., F.. R. Bea andD
"on that morning when-.the pearly gates ack apeared in 0beh
will opeh to 'admit poor brother into plantc Coast Lne anrobe dt.
the Savior's arms. Then we shall peig .of this are..- ,. ..
IrreOWt ith'hap n ess and .great Upon l motin or'the
pleas Tat meeting bur dear soh and CoU.uf declined to
brothi. who, has g o14 n cene n. ... +e:. te
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4-. ,l .Wigwam'of the Great Incoho- strictions, our doors are to admit per-
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9,. .'M. To the People of the United the principles we strive to inculcate,
ea of America, Greetings,: and who ar sincerely willing to aid
N, ''- hbalf.of the 600,000 members in furthering.,the cause we represent.
..#r fraterbal". brotherhood, and in We believe in God, the' Great Spirit,
bai.of, thJb PROVED ORDER but we have no oath, practice or cere-
WFV ARIED MENI .we. cordially'-greet mony. that conflicts with any man's
P. W' 'id .n0iii."ur mighty millions in religious faith or belief.
t 0 i.to loved ones and to Our Efforts-To scatter sunshine
WePtr .Wejpiny.ou in scattering and make others happy are not- re-I
pis e and food cheer. We join stricted to th-se connected with our
bringing' .peace on earth and Order. Our charitable efforts are as
ll to the alerts and homes of broad as .God's Iov.e'.. We, therefore,
.. 'p.eod., ask the good, people of the United
S'istory.--The Improved Order States to join with us, and let us join
Merin is a purely fraternal, his- with you, in the noble work of char'ty
'ik,` patriotic and charitable organ- and good deeds during the coming Hol-
ton ..It finds its origin in those iday Season." Wherever aTribe of
evWuationasry an4 patriotic societies our Order minay be found, yo.u need not
wan4ii'The Sons of Liberty, The St'. i hesitate to seek out its Chiefs and-
A fnsIna 'Soclety, of, Wihich it is the join actively with them in campaign
oirnoegically connected successor. of kindly -deeds and good cheer.
'Ptiiiariy h.iitory, therefore, is likewise To Our-a.mbers.-We sWggest that
.e rlhistory ofthegov.e nmentof each ern Trie and Council in
y.. .' the slatipn of the United
r .Is one in whh advance- Statei od people to join
eiggrIt on ofsterling worth with y i 1 plendid work of
td endept upon ocial position bringing smiles' of Joy to parts in
e np68fsiontf -wealth. It is a gloom, 'pnd in making. the children,
....hwhferrthe artisan.the pro-, happy d ri d-this bWay season. "
10W`4' -'tl. norchant, the Proclamaion.--T- r before, ohb'lhalf,!
ad"the scholar, met on .oft:thr membership and in the name of
j_4 W .on tertnps of- abso- the -IMPIB OVED ORDE-R OF ED
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P.1etchijpgs, faithful .the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
` -d h4itly followed, wi.1 .PEACE, GOOD W0yLL, HAPPINESS,
1 ae. rm, ber in he dd.-u, nded P!OSPERJTY. for the.
++b^agie eIfLI AY..SBEASON of 1911-1912. '.
^ehu*Jab +d, .In Fredm, 'FrAdship'and Charity.
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TONGUE Of THE SLANDERk."
"Take no heed of what you hear"
as slanderous reports and insinua-
tions. There is a vast amount of de;
famation in the world. Perhaps we
have all suffered more or less by it,
hence one would think we might obe
prepared to estimtnate it' at'its real
value. But notwithstanding our own
experience in regard to its evils, how
prone are we to listen to what -'evil
tongues may say of 'our neighbors.
Though jealous enough of our own-
reputation, we seem to have little
concern for.that of others'. We should
remember Wiat we have no more-right
to hear Ikhat evil tongues may say
than evil tongues.have to say what
tiey ought not. We coud not give
the tongue of slander more pointed
and .uccessful rebuke than to refuse
to Hfisten to it. "
.If w were watchful of'our ea&'s
others would be ccjistrajned to bridle
their tongues. If alr-'mend were deaf
and blind there would "be -noslander,
because there would Jbe none to hear
dr read it, and the unruly member
would of necessity be kept in order.
But gow there are hearers and had-"
eAs, and hence the tongue and -pen
m.st, be.gagsded, Idle" dft.. are
ofteff the.cause of ineptinra le r is-
Ctief. .
I "Ag xTnaane rather b*t h ;en
Ahdiiriches. ^ut th~^u~'' o an-
der may rob us.-4p a&nd
leave qs ,or "in ha..
has been mpe of0 nd

We have just installed. a"
leSi.-St-ul'fountain in our- '0Wtd -
hIde by thes. ied O i d
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and with- better -, drifi".'ti
fore.0 We solicit yo' patrol
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CITIZEN"


LAKE CITY, FLA., FRIDAY. JANUARY 19. 1912.


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W. B. RUSHM. MD.
PHYSICIAN
SPECIALIST. CHRONIC DISEASES
Office: Exchange Bank Building
Lake City, Florida


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Closing the
CS mmo
Summer Cottage

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A. 13. U9 I U. C. SMALL
A. & C. C. SMALL
Attorneys-At-Law
Gconcial Practice. State and Federal Courts
Couveyaiicing and Collections.
Oltice over Wises Drng'Store '7-r-10

Dr. Roy e. Chalker,

PHYSICIAN ANb SURGEON
OFFICE: CHALKER"'S"RESIDENCE.

DR. R. D. JORDAN
VETtRNARIAN
Phone 19-J


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olves a Deep Mystery.
"I t to thank you from.the bot-
tom o heart," wrote C. B. Rader,
of Le irg, W. Va., "for the won-
derful ble benefit I got from Elec-
trie B rs, in curing me of both a
severe e of stomach trouble and of
rheun m, from which I had been
an al ]t helpless sufferer for ten
years. t suited my case as though
made jast for me." For dyspepsia,
indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the
system of kidney poisons that cause
rheumatism, Electric Bitters has' no
equal. ,Try them. Every bottle is
g iaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c at A.
R. WIS L & CO.'S.

S Needed It.
As I on as Adam awoke and saw
Eve he veoined the word "trouble."--
ChicagT 'Record-Herald.


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over whether I have left the matches
loose on the replace mantel or not,
or whether I emptied the pint bottle
of ink that will drip over the books
if it freezes and breaks. I can't quite
1 tell whether I remembered to empty
all the flower vases, either, and then
Henry left a box full of cigars on the
writing table.
"When we reach the city we are so
exhausted from weariness and wrath
aDd nervousness that we aren't on
speaking terms. Oh, it wears off and
\ne get back to normal eventually-
and anyhow, after you've done it over


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PRESBYTERIAN.
Rev. John David Keith, pastor.
Preaching 11 a. m. ard 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
I. S. Jones, Superintendent; Fred
H. Young, Assistant Superintendent.
Junior C. E. Society, Sunday 3:30


C.


O. RIVERS,


Attorney-at-Law
Office over State Exchange Bank,
Lake City, Florida


"Any one would think," remarked
the woman who had just got back to
town, "thai after a person of ordinary
intelligence had gone through the ag-
ony of closing up a summer cottage
every year for years and 'years she
would be capable of doing it with her
haind, tid,-d behind her bac k and blind-
ers on Her e.ves, but it isn't su. There
is sciething i ,boi the l.,,' .vw days
of staying in :-;v. place that is dis.
tracting, blit the c(ouintrty is the worst
of all. Aft1r getting every last thing
done you alwjyf. need a fu'l day to
do the other things youi hadn't thought'
about.
"1 always allow for that. Henry
. never can see why, if he calculates
that we can leave Thursday, i always
explain to him that we will leave Fri-
day.
'With everything. done!' bhe roars
at me in protest. 'Why.do you think
we want to stiCaK around here with
nothing to do and everything packed
and the fireplace cleaned out so we
can't have a fire and the rooms full
of porch furniture? It's ridiculous!'
'We will leave Friday, Henry.' I


,p. m. Mrs. T. C. Sinquefield,
ident.
Ladies' Aid Society, First
days 3&:30 p. m. Mrs. L. f.
man, President.
Prayer meeting Thursday,
p. m.
Men's Brotherhood, Sunday,
p. m.
Pews free. Services short.


Pres-

Mon-
Fore-

7:30

3:30

You


rod over again for years and years
you naturally get used to it!"

New York custom house inspectors
have developed a lively interest in
the question of whether or not the
baggage of passengers on Atlantic
steamers is "cargo." If it is the four
hundred and fifty inspectors will re-
ceive extra compensation for night
duty, and the steamship companies
will have to pay it. The new law un-
,der which this question comes up was-
passed last February. The inspectors
want to know why, if baggage is not
cargo, the steamship companies
charge express rates for excess bag-
gage. The night docking of steamers
has made the lives of inspectors so
strenuous that since it began two of
them, it is asserted, have died of
overwork.

Reports of the county assessors
show that Keontucklrv sseses 148R688


h taeD in Roaring Fire


may not result from the work of fire-
bugs. but often severe burns are caused
that make a quidk need for Bucklen's
Arnica Salve the quickest, surest cure
for burns, wounds, bruises, boils,
sores, .it subdues inflammation. It
kills pkin. It soothes and heals.
Drives off skin eruptions, ulcers or
piles. 'Only 26e at A. R.. WISE &
CO.'S.

Smiles.
A man's smile at best is a grin ideal-
ized, but''a wornan's smile includes ev-
ery shade of emotion of which she is
capable.--Florida Times-Union.
SFoley Kidney Pills
always give satisfaction because they
always do the work. J. T. Shelnut,
Bremen,. Ga., says: "I have used
'Foley Kidney Pills with great satis-
faction dnd fund i morerelief from
their use than from any other kidney
mdicine, and 1've .tried almost all
kinds. IVcan cheerfiUllynrecommend
them to al sufferers for kidney and
bladder t uble." A. R. Wise & Co.


will be heartily welcome.
BAPTIST CHURCH.


Martin A. Wood, pastor':
Bible school 9:45 a. m. and
mons at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Prayer meeting at 7:45 p.
Wednesday, with Bible study


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FLORIDA 11-25-'10


LAKE CITY,


teacher training.


Woman's Missionary Society, Mon- D W
day after ist and 3rd Sundays, 4 p. m. ,DR. J. *. *NrANCE
Psa. 122:1-1 was glad when they Physician and Surgeon
said unto me, Let us go into the Office: Lake City Pharmacy
house of the Lord. office phone, 98-J Residence 6-3J
METHODIST CHURCH. LAKE CITY FLA.
E. J. Gates, pastor. Services every 1-20-11 '
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. ; Sun-
day school 9,:45., R. T. Boozer, Supt.'' .* h E ",* *=.D o n
Prayer-meetings Wednesday evening. rENTISTI
You are cordially invited to all ser- Up-stairs over Young's Drug Store
vices. -


tell him soothingly. Z1 L I 1 L to a'ZOUOQ
.dogs, or more than 1,000 to a, county.
"Then everybody works like mad, Of course, the census is, not: com*
S Thursday morning Henry always plete; some dogs were away on bus.i-
comes in dragging off his work gloves ness or were keeping out of sight
and sits down with a thump, when the census was taken. But,
'Well,' he says, 'I've finished up out- even at the figure given, it will be
side. I've covered the flower beds with agreed that Kentucky is wasting a
a;- mulch of leaves and burlapped the
a mulch of leaves and burlapped the great deal of money on its dogs. Even
honeysuckle vines and spaded up te the greatest dpg lover will not pre-
garden. I'fe put away the hose and
laid a board ovr the chimney-' tend that the 143,688 dogs ,are worth
,laid a board ,over the c hlmneY- ',*
"'Go right up-and take it of!' I in usefulness and pleasure what they
tell him, severely, 'How doyou sup- cost. And, to cats, the economic
Ipose we're going to cook lunch and waste will be particularly horrible.
dinner and breakfast, and lunch again
with the chimney stopped up?' There ought not to be any trouble
"hHenryhas forgotten all about the in arranging peace between Turkey
fact that we still have to eat, so he and Italy. All tha the former has. to.
S sheepishlY clitiber~s up. on the roof adItl.Alhathfoerast.
sheepily c bers up on the ro do is to give up everything that Italy
and throws, the board down. It gets
S s" t "ip f r- ingl' 6y the cook an i wants and to take whatever Italy
plit kindli t chooses to give. Immediately he
hour late a6id there never is another tely she
i- that @1 !llexactly :ft so the next sea- agrees to these conditions the war
s son ye flad i.chipmunks and mire and will be over. --The situation is quite
other wild 'creaitures sociably room- cAemple.
ing in the -cottage when we 'et there., "
and are irritably di et bt The Citizen-Reporter has prangal
.. -te ,,ocal field. For reslift
,. re has disposed of thec,1hi 5,ey board, place your advertisements in the, pa-
'why we can't take the evening train per: that reachesthe people. Our job
tonight. Your trunks are all'packed-' printing department is equipped with
S All but the curtains and soft- pil- an upto-date outfit whic enables us
:,,an -up o-date outfit which" enables us
S 1iws and the candlestick and most of p t.
'my clothes,' 1 remind him. 'By thele all orders .promply.
w ay, have yogu rapped those dishes trial order will convince you_ that we
fOr packing in the ba-rrel?', are. in' a position to 'give perfect satis-
-"That keeps him occupied for some faction.
time;' Then, too, he finds a'punch bowl
that we borrowed" from the Perkinsons Saves Two Lives.
anid forget to return, so he has to walk 'N either my sister nor myself
S-two miles .with.kthat. Then he has to ight e living to-da if it had not
SI tend to Utfie- man, who comes to set h i if 1 t, had n
a;: ,ou(shru e andthe tell h about been forDr. King's New Discovery;,"
out shrubs and, thien I` ell h1m' about', '
: ,, ... ,writes ,A. D. "McDonald, of Fayette-
S two places in the roof that leak and he wrte A D McDona, of Fayette-
has to get asphalt, and mess: around ville, N. C., R. F. D. No. 8, "for
and fix them; Usually '!e still grum- we both had frightful coughs that no
bles at slipper'-tiine about the foolish other remedy 'could help. We were
ness of ou0 remaining over till next told my sister had consumption. She
: daybut I'm so busy fixing the cajed was very weak and had night sweats,
f 'ft f tt slip back to town folding but your wonderful medicine com-
s/: wy curtainss and putting,'away pletely cured us both. It's the best I
lamps that I d0t mind him. ,,sor
h the morning 1 ask Hn ry brisk-, ',ever used or heard of. For sore
v "I the morning I a~sk H~ury brisk- ,
S ly lf'he h'as' remembered to take off lnhgs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage, la-
th.e:window screens and take down the grippe, asthma, hay- fever, croup,
Sporch scr(,ens, 'bring in' the:spade and whooping cough-all bronchial trou-
the rake andnail up the broken place 1iles--it's supreme. Trialbottle free.
In ll e fence, That makes him jump 500 and $1.00. Guaranteed by A. R.
.o hastily and cry out: 'By George! If I \vfE & CO.
b- hadn'tt nearly forgot that!' !
S; "Then when he tries to turn Off the ,
iv: water and drainn the pipes .he' breaks Con hine Agfinit the Genius,.
S a valve or somethling'and he has to When a true genius appears in the
make a special tripto the village for w orld, you ny know him by this.
help while the cook and I pile rugs 9s;r tbit t'1e dunce:; are all in confed-
-, and bricks on the leaky places arid gpt i u :,y rn,.is thin.- Swift.
soaked and catch awful colds..
."U usually, just as we are locking up ""1'- ..... ---"-
the house Iirefiemember that I haven't ...
,, emptied the .tank:-of the kitchen stove,
and: that reminds Henry that he has : ;m a- E O O
c'' completely neglected to empy the hot R_ ,4" O O
Water boiler. He comes dragging in a
watering can, two flower pots and a For IVery Living Thing on the Farm
Parpet better which have been left h phrey eerary Seifes.
outside. Humphre,' 'eterinary Specils.
'-However, we finally lock -the last 500 Page Book free, on the Treatment and
Door and start. Half way to the launch Care of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs,
I]ask him if\ he-put out the next door logs and Poultry, also Stable Chart to
neighbor's cat, which had wandered, hang up, mailed free.
fi that morning. Henry is peevish by
now and'demands to know if I thiak LIST OFPSPECIF'IOS.
-he has nothing to do but play nurse
maid to a cat, so we drop the suit- A. A. For FEVERS, MilI PFeet, Lun Feter.
: dases and go back and unlock the s PrAINS, Lamene, fheumatl~m.
C, O.l Foratn SOR ThoCpotc Distempe1r--
place, raise ail the window curtains D. D. For WORM8 Bota, Grb1 M m
and search for the animal. Sometimes D Fo O ,
we find her and sometimes we don't, COLIC, Bell niar.
F. F. For OOLIO, Bellyache, Diarrhea.
and if we don't I am haunted, all in- G P e MISCARRIAGE.
ter by the fear that he has died a lin- I. o KIDNEY and Bladder .iorder.
gering death. ,. I Fiop< ,IanDISEASBS.MMne -r.ptons..


CHURCH OF CHRIS'
Bible reading and Commui
Lord's day from 106 to 1P "a. m.;
preaching first Lord's Day in edch
month.
SECOND ADVENT CHRISTIAN
CHURCH.
Sunday.school in the morning at 10
o'clock every Sunday. Prayer meet-
ing Tuesday evenings at 7:30.
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL.
Rev. W. T. Cavill, Rector; Sunday
services: Holy communion 7:30 a.
m.; Litany, ante-communiorand ser-
mon,. 11 a. m.; -Sunday school 3 p. m.;
,Evening prayer and address, ,7:30


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OLESON-GULLECKSON.

S. Mr. J. Marius Oleson, of this city,
and Miss Olga GalHeckson, of Savan-
nah, were united in marriage on Tues-
day night in Jacksonville,
I Mr. Olesory is, the handsome and
'popular: president of the- Lake City
Truck Co., who by his hospitality and
good omradeship has *made legions of
' @fiemd here.,
' His marriage was quite a surprise
S to every one who knew him here, as
noone had thought of his soon become
I- ng a benedict.
'"The pretty, attractive and accom
-ishe /;woman, daughter of C. E.,Gulleckson
president iof the' Savan' ah Canning
S Company and large stockholder ii
-, the Consolidated Naval Stores Co.
;T Directly, .following the ceremony
p "they left on the fast East Coast traii
for Palm.Beach, where teeywill spen<
.attend the Key West c eieC itI the completion of the East Coast Ove
the-Sea Rail road. They will als
Visit Havana before their return 1
; ..Lgke/City.
'A.ITheywill make their home, weal
i. informedd at the old Thompson home


CANDIDATE FOR

SHEF R: I"F" F^




OF COLUMBIA COUNTY

Subject to Action of Dem6cratic Prim'aries'


promptness. A." R. Wise & Co.

Foor Sale.


To the Democratic' Voters of Columbia
County, Florida: ,
I hereby announce mysell a candidate for.
re-election to the office of Clerk of theCircult
Court of Columbia county, Florida, subject
to the Democratic primaries, to- be held in
this county on the 3 th of April and 28th .of
May this year, and respectfullysolticit the
support of the Democrats of th- county. I
have discharged the duties of the office
during my present term with my besftabil-
ity, and believe that my administration of
the office has been a succtssft4l one, and sat-
isfactory to a large majority o(f the good
people of the county. I shall appreciate your
support, and if you see lit to re-elect me to
another term I shall again exert my best
abilities in the discharge of the duties of the
office, always being faithful to my charge.
Respectfully, WNJ..ROEBU K.


The'. Citizen-Reporter -joins their
S, friends,' both in Lake City, and in
S" wSavannah, in wshming them a long and
happy, life. "

7 ; Woodmen Circle Officers.
:" / Woodmen Circle, Palm- Grove No.
21 At 3 p. m. January 3rd, the new
S. officers of the Circle for the year 1912
S ,: were installed as follows: Guardian,
Estelle Cobia; past guardian, Mabel
", ,.Douglas; adisl, Sallie Colson; clerk,
: .Jula Dicks; banker, Mercy Phillips;
.-* attendant, Marguerite Fabian; man-
S' agers, Lois Jones, Carrie Colson; inner
SDsentinel Daisy Wise; outer sentinel,
,.,. Emmae Chancy; physicians Dr. J. L.
; ;,y Niblack" and Dr., L. M. Anderson.
After the instaHllation .refreshments
.: ", were served. -

.... ..... Notice.

,-.: The Board of County Commissioners
., in and. for Columbia county, Florida,
.",. -will receive bids for the hire of the
county convicts for the ensuing year
S:; -.att their next regular meeting, Feb-
S ruary 6th, i912. All bids will be ad-,
S : dressed, to the Clerk of the Circuit
SCourt and marked "Bids f6r hire Co-
S. lumbia county convicts."' Successful
,-bidder will be required to enter into a
Sgood and sufficient bond to be fixed by,
,'said Board. Witness my hand and
: official seal, this 8th day of January,
A. D. 1912. W. J. ROEBUCK,
: Clerk Circuit Court.

S-Your Best Assurance.
SYour best assurance against taking
d old is Humphreys' "Seventy-seven.
SKeep it ever handy and use as a pre-
S ventive.
The quick application of "Seventy-
seven" decides the duration of a cold.
-Taken early breaks it up promptly.
If the cold is neglected it takes longer.
To obtain the best results keep a
vial handy. All dealers sell "Sev-
enty-seven." 25c or mailed.
Humphreys' Hormeo., Medicine Co.,
^ corner William and Ann streets, New


is a reliable family medicine. Give
it to your children, and take it your-
self *hen you feel a cold coming on.
It cheeks and ,cures coughs and colds
and croup and prevents bronchitis and
,pneumonia. A. R. Wise & Co.

We are headquarters for Paints,
Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes, etc.
Nineteen years experience in this
line. Any information gladly given
any time. Young's Drug Store.



Vagcinateo Yourself
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with the proper IDEA of main-
taining your Novelty, Racket *
or Bargain Store. Don't go
elsewhere first, as we carry so
many things that others carry
and hundreds of articles that
Other Stores do not carry. So
come to 'us first and SAVE
TIME and MONEY.

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For rRe representative.
1,hereby announce myself a candidate for
Representative in the next legislature, gub-
Ject to the Democratic: primary, and respect-
"ully solicit the votes of the whole people.
pd L. W.A. RIVERS.
To the Democratic Voters of Columbia
County: ,
Without aiy special solicitation from any
one I announce that I shall qualify for nom-
ination by the coming Democratic primary
for Member of the House of Represeniitatives
in the legislature ot 1913. -I respectfully re-
quest an opportunity to discuss-my acts and
Spurposes in the .legislature of 1911. after
*i-;-h, T -;l -il.&-d11 r abide bv b our decis-


which I W)JJ CGeer1 uUM YL&
J. Bryan to Speak at Jasper, ion: ia IBowN.
Honorable Williamr Jennings Bryan To the Voters of Columbia CountV;
of Nebraska, three times the candi- At the solicitation of my friends I hereby
date u of 'the .Deiocratic party for, announce myself as a candidate for Member
date of the Democratic party or of the House of Representatives, subject to
President of the United States, will the'action of the Democratic primaries. I
e n .u .c solicit the support ot all.voter.s.
speak at Jasper, -Fla., next Tuesday pa W.J. feAOLE.
night at T7:30 o'clock. '
Mnr, Bryan is beyond doubt the' .4 .
^,^.,t~tWf tt-day^ t be i^ iS
peopt- ..-C~sri ua anunty. should o th-o_ ratic VoLer of lambia
'take ada'taeo _.ti9'poruiy to' County-.
ake advantage of this'opportunity t roI beg to announce that I am a candidate
go hear him .for the office of Clerk Circuit Court for Col-
G O HEAR umbia county. Florida, subject to the action
"GO HEAR HIM. .of the Democratic primary, and earnestly
solicit your support. I was born and raised
S~ in Columbia county, and know the needs of
.D o not, allw your i b the people of the county in this office, and
Do not allow your kidney and blad- should I be elected I will give all my time
der trouble to develop beyond the to the office and perform the duties accur-
a ofdiine Take oatel and with dispatch, and will be on duty
reacd of medicine. Take Foley Kid- at all times to attend to the business of the
h g u people. I hope'tabe able, to see all of you in
ney Pills. They give quick resultsperson before the primary,. Again soliciting
and stop irregularities with surprising your support, I am, Yours repectfuly
... ^ JL. MARKHAM.


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One 6-room residence, 315 South
Marion street. Electric lights, bath
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Piggott, Ark., Jan. 19, 1909.
'"'Ship one gross Mendenhall's Chill
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have been selling your Chill Tonic for
fifteen years. on a guarantee and it
gives universal satisfaction. It is
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THE CITIZEN-REPORTR


ANNOUNCEMENTS.

For Sheriff.,
To the Voters of Columbia County:
At the solicitation of many fri.ii- I 1-
hereby announce myself as a candidatL lhi
the office ot Sheriff of Columbia *** 1 tt'.
Florida, subject to the action of the tnily
Democratic primary call. I solicit thb ti v,
support amid votes of all.
ESSE T. ,TON: i..

To the Voters of Columbia County:
I hereby announce my candidacy lor v l--
ilf of Columbia County, subject to th .rt"-1 n
of the Democratic primaries. I n.oliii, the
active support of every voter in the .,**mNy,
and if elected, pledge myself to cond,>ct the
affairs of Sheriff to the best of my ai-i!iPi.
J. W. PEI,|IV.
To the Democratic Voters of ('Col;hiia
County: i
I beg to announce that Iam acandlttc
for re-election to the office of Sheiff ot
Columbia county, Florida. My whole aim
has been to make as cheap a sheril( as I
could and to discharge my official diities.
And if the voters of Columbia county ;see nfit.
to continue me In office I will fill thb same
to the best of my ability, and I earnestly
solicit the support'of every Democrat of the
county. Soliciting your support, I ani,
Yours very truly,
W.E. DEE N RD.
To the Voters of Columbia County:
I h-ci'e,-6y announce myself a candidate for
the office of Sheriff of Columbia county,
subject to the action or the Democratic
primary. I solicit the support of 'all voters,
and should you see tit to, elect me I will
creditably conduct the-affairs of Sheriff to
the best of my knowledge. J. SaHIjNT.

For County Judge.
I announce my candidacy for re-election,
sui biect to the Democratic primary. Apprec4-
atinig the honor of long service-it elected, I
will be as faithful as in the past.
W. M. sVE ,-
To the Democratic Voters of (-Columbi
County:
Ihereby announce my candidacy lor- tlhe
office of County Judge, subject to the action
of the ensuing primaries. If nominated and
elected it shall be my purpose to conduct
the affairs of the office with fairness and Im-
partiality. I earnestly solicit your-support.
pd Respectfully, A. P. RIVERS.


I Baptist Philatheans. I
The Philathea class of the First
Baptist church cordially invites the
young ladies of the city to join their
class, which meets each Sur day morn-
ing at 9:30 o'clock. Come and with
Your efforts help us to make the Sun-
day school a.great factor in religion.
Without a good live Sunday school
the church as a whole cannot have the
strength and influence it would with
it. As we enter the new year we
enter it with the hope of doing some-
thing worth while for the Master,
something which will mean much in
our lives and the lives of those with
whom we come in contact.
Again we welcome every young lady
of this denomination, or any others
who do not attend any Sunday school,
to come and join us in the work.
Sincerely,
CLEO DALE LATIMER,
Philathea Press Reporter.

Coburn's Greater Minstrels.
The latest music, Songs, rig-time
numbers, dances and laughing hits in
the big show Saturday, January 20,
at the Plympton Opera House. En-
tirely new people, costumes, scenery,
novelties and features, the cleanest
comedy, newest jokes, brightest fun-
makers t) be found in minstrelsy.
The company is too well known to re-
quire endorsement. Mr. Charley
'Gano, principal comedian with-the
big show this year, is undoubtedly
the best comedian ever seen with this
attraction and in spite ofold favorites
is establishing a reputation through-
out the Southern states as one of the
best black-face men in minstrelsy.
, This is Gano's first trip south with
any company-he is excruciatingly
i funny, clever and refined irn his wit-
f tiCism, and is easily the favorite with
-the big" show in spite of the fact that
all the comIedians work hard and arc
8 exceptionally good this year. This ih
Sthe best show Manager Coburn ha|
- had.



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i::; TO' OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS: '
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SmAfter mature deliberation we have decided tht it is ,

:.-., best, both for ourselves, our customers, and our friends, that we .., .
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Close up our credit business, and from now on sell only for cash. ,

., 'We feel, that the' time has com"e when the, old credit system' ,*,,..., .,"
-> has served out its useful es, Bans aare springing up all over .the '
S. country where the people can borrow money and buy what goods
' 1 .-.^ '' *, -.. ',- !- *\- *! '''' '*. *' ., '.. ';. '
,-.-*".* .they need at a less cost, than under the Ibld plan. Therefore, we
"-'"' ::"d' -have decided to sell only for dash from now on, as stated above.

.' .. We appreciate your patronage, both time and cash,'and solicit "
.: your continuation of same' u der the new plan.
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decided not to handle,.ShoesClothing and Hats, and in order to
,close out ,what we have on hand, we will sell for the next thirty
Says at cost and below, all we have.., -We are .going to move thepe .-:
S" goods, and we want our frierids to be benefited while we are d r "
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doing it*
', Again thanking you for your patronage, and hoping that you.
will have a prosperous future, we remain,
Yours truly,
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||ITIZEN-REPORTER

J). ROONEY ADDRESSES CHAMBER
| i Of-COMMERCE.

A _n last Wednesday evening, in the
paors of the Hotel Blanche, Mr. J. |
Di ooney, assistant industrial agent
l0 he Seaboard Air Line, addressed
t Chamber of Commerce and citi-
ze, on how to build up our commu-
ni
I. Rooney's talk was principally
up agricultural and industrial lines,
an ave an outline of the work that
the' aboard Air Line. is doing toward
the agricultural development of Flor-'
ida." He said that they were prepared
to Ive the labor problem for any
com unity of this kind by bringing
good white emigrants from Europe,
prin pally German peasants.
T strongest point he made was
the itory of his visit to the Chicago
land' ohw a few weeks ago, when he
told I oPw hundreds and hundreds of
people: came to the Florida-booths and
sought literature descriptive ,of this
State. He told how negligent we were
in hot having a, gobd booklet adver-
tising the advantages of- this city and
cety, find he urged the Chamber of
Commerce to take action on that mat-
ter.
He -apoke on the subject of drain-
age. The National Drainage Congress
meets in New Orleans, April 10th to
18th, +!en an effort' will be made to -
so organize the people of the South
that tn*y can bring enough influence
upon co;igress, to induce them to give
Federal a-d toward draining the swamp
ankd low lands 4of the South. I:t is ex-
pected thht Lake City will send dele-
'gates to this congress.
He promised to aid Lake City in "
bringing industries to the town, one
of the things mentioned being a cot-
ton mill., He said many other things
to show the willingness of his road to p
promote 'the agricultural and indus- I
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T E "IT EN-R ORTE system that plunders the common,
welfare for the aggrandizement of'
HERBERT L. DODD, EDITOR AND PROP'R special interests. The Democratic
Entered In Lake COtty Post Office assecond- party has won the country's confidence.,,
classmatter. because of the good faith and the
sober wisdom with which it has set
,FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1912.
Fout to remedy this evil.
The tariff is the pivotal issue of
A SOUTHFRNER FOR THE PRFSIDENCY the forthcoming presidential cam-
paign, the basic issue on which De-
For the first time in many decades mocracy rests its hope of success.
o h s tm i m The South has ever been the, leading
a national Democratic convention is to o ,
be held in the South; and, unless exponent of tariff reform. Decades
n s a a ago it proclaimed this doctrine in
present omens are awry, a southern w. m t n o have
.- which Americans the nation over have
Democrat will be named for the pres- b
idency. A politicalwag hasremarked come to believe; and so the convic-
A- ,- ,, .,,tions and the purpose that dominate
that money talks-especially when it's the country on the eve of the 1912
Democratic, intimnating that Balti- campaign ar p e e othe in
more was awarded the convention over rign a peculiarly southern
its competitors'of the west and east their origin and development .
because of its certified check for a Under such conditions, nothing
hundred thousand dollars. The fact could be more opportune or logical
Showen e the Mause n icity .wr than the Democratic candidacy of a
however, the' Maryland city was man representative of'southern things.
chosen chiefly because its locationpre a r sive o oh tis.
rented certain arty advanta es that Such a candidate would be acceptable
er nte to b fund deite in 'te to the country at large. His election
wenort to b e Mod issi e n sipp would clear away the last traces of
north or beyond the Mississippi. 1
n iik t a sectionalism and would cement anew
In like manner, the candidacy of a
southern .Democrat (and bY that we the unity of the nation. Not simply
southern -Democrat (and by -that we
Mean a man wh will be broadly rep- as e matter of justice to the south but
mean a/man who will be broadly re~I:,-- *,, 41
etative o f the south's best thought chiefly in the interests of the party
iresetative of the souths best thought \ 4 r \
$. as a whole, the national convention
and tradition) would. prove eminently ,
Should do well to choose the Demo-
desirable from a national point of .
ie. cratic standard bearer with these ideas
i W. an d. 1 and these ends in view.- Atlanta
A generation ago a presidential Joural .
!.-jn)didate would have been hampered
by 'his southern birth or residence. PRIMARY, DATES APRIL 30tli AND
In those days this section dweit a)art MAY 28th
from the '.omon interests of the
tiation'sn.hksehold. 'In commerce and The State Executive Committe,
politics, the, South lived largely unto was in session in Jacksonville last
itself and even in its unswerving sup- Tuesday. There was considerable
port, of the' Democratic party it was wrangling over: the dates for the
prompted by local rather than by coming primaries, and as to whether
national considerations. Chairman W. H. Price of Marianna
-But happily that era is dead and should continue in that office. The,
forgotten on both .sides of what was chairman was continued in that.posi-
pnce thd-Union's dividing lin. No tion,-and the primaries were set ,for
quarter of the continent is today play- April 380th and May 28, Which is
iga ritore intimate or vital part in somewhat earlier than usual.
Amek'rican ,thought and endeavor than It was also decided to have .printed
is the South. Her fields supply the on the ballots'. the names of eandi-
nation With a large part of j'ts cloth- dates for the Deinmocratic nomination
ing and food. HerF factories ship their for the presidency, allow the voters
products into every state of the six to thus express their choice, arid
and forty and# her trade follows .tihe Florida's delegation td the convention
> flag. into distant lands., at Baltimore, which will also be
SIn a political as well as an econom- chosen at the primaries, will thus go
:ic sense, the South, is thoroughly and instructed as to the desires of the
S broadly American. She is the very Democratic voters of this state.
; leader of progressive thought in the The attempt to oust Price from
i9 |,|h at national issue of the day. the chairmanship was defeated when
T R r The b party stands "con- the.motion was laid on the table, the
B damned by the people largely because vote Juog 29 to .0Afor _Abli
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plans for the new, theatre. This is
something that Lake City has: needed
for some time past, and )t is with ex-
treme 'pleasure that,'we note' this
progressive movement 'on the part of
Mr. Plympton. ... .
There is a reason why you gee so
many Weber & Columbus. wagons---
they are the best made for the, pfice.
Two, car oads just fece 'ved by the".
James.E. Young- Co. ,, I--f01a
FOR SALE. --iOne fine brood sow.
Apply. to my residence next door to
Mr. Arehie Bouie.. MRS, 13. B H.
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The Plympton buildings now occu-
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lank, will soon be tornaway, and in
heir stead a handsome three story
nodernitheatre will be built. The
building will be large, enough to stage
ny company now traveling. The
tage will be onwthe ground floor, and
igh class moving pictures will be
un throughout the summer. This
ew play house will be managed by
Frank E. Thoinmpson, who has quite


fORMAYOR.

To the Voters of Laked City:
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for the office of Mayor, subject
to the action of city primary.
My Platform.-New union depot;


protection of railway crossings and
better service; better water and light
system and rates; finances placed on
solid bas'.s; manufactories brought to
town; a Quare deal -mas..r-A


in this line, and in-
all high class shows


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LOCAL PARAGRAPHS

POLUMBIA PHARMACy.
Pure Drugs.
Fancy Toilet Articles.
Good Cigart

-S. H. Hinely, of Live Oak, was in
the city Thursday.


W. W, Harris, of Ocala,
Wednesday in the city.


spent


Paul P. Brinson, of\ Gainesville,
was in the city Monday.
B. W. Partridge) Jr., of Monticello,
I was in the city Monday.

't. E. Dickinson, of Gainesville,
was in the city Tuesday,
, ,Thomas ,H. Bond, of Tallahagsee,i
S spent Monday in the city.
W G'. Cates, of White Springs,


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PENNANTS-College, High School
,and Local. LAKE CITY BARGAIN
HOUSE. 12-29-1m
If it's your back hurts, it's your'
kidneys. Take Buchu and Palmetto,
50c and $1.00. Sold at Columbia
Pharmacy, the Penslar store. li-10-tf
WANTED.-Two or three table
boarders." Fare excellent; terms rea-
sonable. Mrs. J. A. Medlin, St.
Johns St., 2nd block west o Marion.
Mr: C. E., Lewis left Tuesday for
Attapulgus, Ga., tq spend a few days
with his wife and /relatives. Wh-ile
there he will ,take in a big hunting,
tripL '
The Athletic Association of Colum-
bia College ,is at present rehearsing an
up-to-date. college play, to be pre-
sented to the people of Lake City early
in February. .


as in the city Wednesday. '
The Jalies E. Young C. have just-
Mrt. and Mrs. Frank Ward_ Smith, re edge quality of galvan-
Qu y, were hereWednesay. zed corrugated roofing, also ridge-
0. N. Croft, of White Springs, roll guttering and valley tin. Quality
'gistered at the Blanche Tuesday. and prices' guaranteed. 11-10-tf

Springs, (was- in the city Wedn .-best, and most, attractive I4e 0
r Rqnges, HIeaters and Cook ,Stovesi
PENNANTS-College, High School e Heaters and Cook tove
and Local. LAKE CITY BARGAIN the citv, and the prices are as a
OU.... 12, 9 ,1,n tractive as the stoves. Call and si
_OUSE 1-. m them. 11-10-fft


S, Charles Notile, of Live Oak, is vis,
. iting in the city, the guest of Muatin
SO'Neal. .


H.' W. Stephendon and J. H. Key,
Sof White. Springs, spent Wednesday
S: in the city.
Miss Margaret Haile returned home
the past week from a short visit to
S6uth Florida.
Crockery, Glassware, Candy, Music
and Lard Cans, at LAKE CITY BAR-
SGAIN HOUSE. 12-29-1m
.'Mr. and Mrs. McQuiddy, of Newton,
Kansas, are visiting ,the latter's sis-
ter, Mrs. J. D. Crabb.
:Mr. 'Dan Buie returned to Hernando
first of the week, after a short visit
in the city with relatives.
Mrs. Lyman Helvenston and baby
returned Monday night from a short
'visit to' Tampa with relatives.
Pepslar Dioxide Cold Cream--a gqod
skin food-25c. Sold at Columbia
Pharmacy, the Penslar store. 11-10-tf
a .* "
S Penslar Snow-Flower for sluggish
liver. 50o per bottle. Sold at Co-
lumbia Pharmacy, the' Pensala store.
11-10-tf
Messrs. I. J. McCall, John R.
'Sandlin, 'loyd Blackwell and H. C.
Caldwell, of Jasper, were here Wed-
nesday on business.
S-FOR SALE.-200 acres of land in
western part of Lake City, known as
the Moody tract. Apply to FIRST
NATIONAL BANK.
The Current Topic Club will meet
at the Collge parlors Saturday after-
noon at 3 o'clock. All members are
urged to be present.
Fines and pound fees were paid into
the city treasury for the quarter end-
ing, December 31st, 1911, to the
amount of, $514.95.
Mrs. 0. R. Flournoy and Mrs.
Dunn, of Ft. Valley, Ga., stopped,
over in the city Tuesday, visiting
friends, enroute to Jacksonville.
The Citizen-Reporter office is kept
right up-to-date in material, station-
1 ery and high class workmanship. The


The announcement of W. Thompsc
appears it this" issue for, mayor. H
announces with good platform, at
if elected will endeavor to fulfill eve]
promise for a /better and more pro
perous town.
Manager Allen, of' the, Columb
base ball team, is at present in corr
spondence with Mercer, Tech. and tl
University, of Gecrgia, regarding
.series ,of games to be played wii
these schools.
The Daughters of the Confederac
will entertain the Veterans and the
families in 'the parlors of Columb
College to-night (Friday night),,
honor of. Robert E. Lee, from 7:30
10 o'clock. A nice program will I
presented. /
Columbia county, certainly has
large list of candidates for sheriff
The latest outspoken aspirant for hoi
ors is R. H. Haddon. His announce(
ment has not been received, though
we understand he has the candida
"hand-shake" down to a fine point
Those who have so far announced fc
sheriff are: "'Messrs. R. H. Shackl
ford, J. W. Perry, Jesse r. Jones, .
S. Hunt and W. E. Dennard.
Mrs. Sam-Moodie, formerly Mi,
Mary Walker, of this city, died at h<
home at Lake Butler, on the 17t]
from the effects of a burn. Intermer
'vas at this place on Thursday morn
ing. The remains were shipped hei
over the G. S. & F., directly follow
ing which the services weie conduct
at the cemetery, Rtv. J. D. Keil
officiating. To the bereaved fami.
we tender our heartfelt sympathy.
In another column of this: week'
issue of the Reporter will be seen th
announcement of A. P. Rivers for th
office of county jddge., Mr. Rivei
has just been admitted to practice la
in this State, having recently passe
a very creditable examination befo
the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. H
is a Columbia county boy, having
been born and raised on a farm aboi
four miles north of this city., He
well qualified for the duties of the o
flce to which he aspires, and will proN


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a ry, baritone; Harb, base. '
S Dr. H. W. Tribble, Pastor ,$art
n- A. Wood and wife, Mrks. T.: H. Ower
e- Mrs. A. R. Wise, Rev. Jesse Johnso
h Rev. F. A. Bone, Dr. Roy Chalk
te and Norman Robinson. are expedtii
to attend the Baptist State Conventi
e- as delegates from the First Bapti
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J Church. The Convention will be he
at QOcala, January 23d to 25th. r


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Presenting a Gorgeous, Sceni
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Songs, Singers, Comedians
CHARLEY GANO
California's Noted Burnt Cork
First Appearance iq Florid
Never before such a blw and


S.T.-C. SHFFTTrD, Pres.
REPORT OF THJ


The First Nationa
LAKE CITY
Dec. 5, '11. Condensed- from Report


Depositors

Like to feel that in bringing their business to a bank they
are helping to build it up; in other words they are giving
something for what they 'receive. We want you to feel
that way toward us.

1We Arre rCJrowing -
G row Wvith Us
We want your account;$ want to make ourselves useful to
you in anything pertaining to finance-and we can handle to
our mutual satisfaction.

THE STftT. EXGHCfNI E BfINK
OF LAKE CITY, FLA..
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H. B. Phillips, of Tallahassee wa
in the city Sunday.
H. P. Newman, of Bartow,- wva
in the city Sunday.
W. R. Tharin, of White Springs.
spent Sunday in the. city.
L. M. Mizell, of Live Oak, iegjs-
tered at the Blanche Sunday.
Miss Florence Willard left Wednes-
day night to visit friends in Live, Oak.
FOR RENT.-Six-room furnished
cottage. Apply ati RILEY'S EMPO-
RIUM. 149|tf.
The B. Y. P. U. will give aisocial
at the home of Mrs: Wickenheimer
this evening. ,
We save you at least 25 per cent.
by using the Davis Paints. -Young's
Drug Store.
Mr. W. B. Cathey left Tuesday for
Ocala, Lakeland, ,DeLand, and other
point south, on business.
Nunnallys candies are always
fresh by express. No better "ilade.'
Young's IDrug Store, agents.
'BEST-O-LAC lays Japalac and
other similar Varnishes in. the, shade.
Gearanteed by Young's Drug Store.
Miss Sue Simpson, of Palatka, is
visiting in the city, the guest of Miss-
Mellvine Birch, of Columbia College.
FOR SALE.-Medium weight, dark
silk, mix suit of clothes; sizel36;r
cheap. See Wm. THOMPSON &CO.
1-l~it-pd
Mrs. Lucille Williams, of Atlanta,
arrived in the city Wednescdy, and
will be the guest of Mrs. F. F. Bar-
din for several weeks.
Miss AloiAe Noble, of Okolodgee,'
Wis., is visiting her brother, Chas.
E. Noble, at Columbia CollkEe. She
will spend several weeks in he' city.
Mr. -and Mrs.. F. M. Jackson, of
Birrhingham, who were the guests of
their relatives, Dr. and Mrs. Hark-
ness, for a short time, left o4 Friday
for points on the East Coast. -
Pastor Wood at the Baptis' church
is' giving "a series of sermon 6n the
gospel of Luke' on Sunday r'ornings
,this month. Next Sunday night the
,subject will be: "Dead or Klive?"
Come and hear! Welcome t all. .
The Davis Paints are ackn ledge.4
_3LeyiOrv one of thpir eo "r
of being a good pa)nt. We Etayhey a
in better. -Demonstration, and tea
,t- .from time to time assures us in mal
ee ing this statement. Young's Dri
Store, agents. ,
Mr. *I. S. Jones, the popular repr
tentative of the R. V. Covington Co
of Jacksonville, who recently unde
nd *
y went a surgical operation, we are gli
, to note, is able to be up and out
the street again. We wish' him
speedy recovery. ,
i The basket ball team of Columb
h college left to-day for JacKsonville
play two games-one to-night with t
SJacksonville Y. M. C. A. team, a'
one to-morrow night with the~Duv
High School. The team will retu
cy home Sunday morning .
ar The Columbia College quartet w
in leave Wednesday morning to sing f
t the State Baptist Convention, whi
Meets at Ocala on Wednesday, 23
inst. The quartet is composed of Su


UNION
White Sanitfry 'Sh
None but best bar]
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Best workmen em'l
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Pressing Club ii
played. Prompt
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Mrs. J. E. Bates, of Tallahassee,
is, visiting in the city..
Born to M,. and Mrs. W.,E. Miller,
on la.t Sunday, a fine girl.


Mrs. L. M. Ariderson spent, several
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days in Jacksonville this week.
Mr. Jack 'Cone, of'Ben ton, spent'
several days in town this week.


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Rorn to Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Hunt,
Saturday, January 6th, a fine girl.
Mr. E. G. PeF Whit
was in town Fri s-
ness.


Mr., Gardner
have tak6n rooms at
Hagan's: .
Mr. D. W. Purvis, of DOcala,; "pent s
several days in the. city this week t!
with relatives and friends"' b
^Ly Nobles_ and Miss Hyler, of
Lre .Atlanta, Ga., are vi
stR.,guests of Mrs. F. F. Bardin.


lIrs. John 'Hagen and chfildrenii, 'f
Valdosta, are visiting in the city,'
guests of Mrs. A. BHagen.
Hon. J. B.,/Hodges attended the u
meting of the State Democratic Ex-' j
ecutive Cormmittee in Jacksonville last s
'Tuesday. ,
Mr., J. M. Sikes, a prosperous mer- j
chant of Fort White, was in town '1
Tuesday looking after his business I
interests.
:"".Mrs. Laura9 A." Dodd, of Norfolk, -
Va., is visiting in the city, the guest
of her sops, M.essrs. Herbert and Ar- !
thur Dodd. -
SMr. Ike" J. Brown, announces" this
week for the legislature. He served
the county very creditably in'the last
\session, and solicits the support of all t
-voters fqr re'ele'ction.
When you buy an Eastman Kodak',
anrd Eastman Supplies,' you know
what you are buying. The word
"EASTMAN" is the standard of ,the
world., Young's Drug Store, agents. ,
Mr.' L. W. A. Rivers announces i
this week for the legislature. He has i
served the county well as a legislator, .
and if -lected to a seat in the next (
session, Columbia county would be i
safely represented.
Mr. W. J. Roebuck announces his '
candidacy 'in this weeks issue for re-,/
election to the office of Clerk of the l
Circuit Conrt.' He has "given satis- ,
factory service to the public so .far as
we are in ra position to know, and
goes before the public on his past
record, soliciting the support of all.
Mr. J~. L. Markham announces in
this issue his candidacy for the office
of Clerk of the Circuit Court.' Mr.
-Markham is well qualified to fill the t
office of Clerk. He has been city tax
collectbr for the. past few years and
given the tQwn good service, and
should he be elected to the office of
clerk, the county affairs would be
promptly attended to..
Just prior to the regular sermons
next Sunday the pastor of the Pres-
byterian church will give five-minute
talks as follows: "Why. observe the
birthday of Robert E. Lee?" at- the'
morning hour, and 'A/Young 'Men's
Christian Association for Lake City?'
at the evening hour." Sermons on


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RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts ... .$173,379.76
Overdrafts .............. 192.46
U. S. Bonds .......... 37,500.00
'Premium................ 1,68.75
Stocks and Bonds....... 44,228.80
Banking House and Real
Estate......;...... \29,584.18
Furniture and Fixtures.. 6,074.45
Due from Banks ........55.470.25


Total................$347,498.65
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Facial flassage and Scalp Treatment.

MARIE FREEMAN, Room 22 First National Bank, Building

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-PLANS FOR HOLDING COTTON

President Barrett Issues Statement G DS K NO
Showing the Impregnable Position fW1lBUR NESB1T IlI
of the Farmers of the South. .... .... ....

President C. S. Barrett of the Farm-
ers' union, who attended the national
convention of that organization at 'C Messiah's Reign Will However
Shawnee, Okla., and the Cotton Grow-. eI R eign Will, wever,
ers' congress at Montgomery, has is- Be Introduced by a Great
sued a statement in which he states Time of Trouble.
the impregnable position of the south. f .Te of Trouble.
ern farmers, and urges them to stand
shoulder to shoulder to win the fight r
for fair prices during the opening sea- :::. Address to International Bible
son. Mr. Barrett also brands as ab- .'":"T I StudentsConvention.
solutely without foundation the re- -'...'.:'. Cm SC
ports of a bumper crop, and declares OM HA,
the world will pay a legitimate figure .. Mt. Lake Park.
for the staple if farmers, in co-opera- [Md., Sept. 10th.-
tion with business men of the south, Pastor Russell was
will conduct the proper sort of cam- E ST the principal
paign. His statement follows: speaker today be-
To the Cotton Growers of ,the ....Y fore the Inlterna
Southern States: The recent conven- tional Bible Stu
tion of the Southern Cotton Growers dents Association
at-Montgomery, Ala., has satisfied me Conventi m which
that the south, as a unit, has at last o f-.-- has I enc in session
waked to the need of co-operating and re re ha
of making a vigorous fight for insur- o a h
ing a fair, price for its main staple, bee add s
cottoR, I do not remember to have 7 PASTIOR ?UJSSELL en ad' Bible
attended a more enthusiastic gath- many abe Bible
ering, a more representative one, or Russell took for his text.l Isaiah ii tor
one more patronized by prominent, I Russell took for his text Isaiah ii, 2-
hard-headed business men. Commis- but included in his discourse the re-
sioners of agriculture of the southern mainder of the chapter.
states, and men in close -touch with He declared tht in the symbolic
every class of farmer, were present. language of the Bible, the Mountain
The consensus of opinion was that of the Lord's House means the King-
cottonr should be held for 15 cents. dom of the Lord. ruled over by Mes-
This was in line with the verdict of I've beefl here in Chicago on a visit fer siah' and His lIou- '. the Church. The
the national convention of the Farm- a w e; promise of the lext. that some day
'Most eve where I've went they've had Messiah will reign over all the king-
ers' union at Shawnee, which decided tsome seen y d Messiah will reiln ove. all the king-
ers' union at Shawnee, which decided some nusic in some style;- doms of earth, the speaker believes
hat cotton should not be sold at We've tul in shows where people sung, doms of earth, the speaker believes
rices prevailing, and should be held an' e in swell caffays !will soon he realized. It is for this
and financed for a high' figure. At ere all th time a feller eats & bunch Kingdom that God's people have for
o' fldiners plays- years been praying, "Thy Kingdom
Shawnee more 'than a thousand tele- But there* .one song that seems to me years been laylog n oThy Kingdom
grams were received from various soundjbetter 'in th' rest, come, Thy will be done on earth, as
parts of the south, declaring that the It's, "T'ral fer Clinton, 0-ma-haw, an' it is done in heaven."
organization would work toward the. Denvo an' th' west!" None of the kingdoms of this world
end of holding the staple, and help- heard. o long-haired fiddler play-I are Messiah's kingdoms, declared Pas-
ing needy farmers, until the market never nowed that strings tor Russell. None of them bear the
reached a correct price. Could eve give out sounds that made earmarks of Messiah's Kingdom, out
reached yaoerr T ou f like you sawthings i lined in the Bible. They are the king-
,At Montgomieryy Hon. Thomas Heir- heerd pi ner pounders claw their way do oin f this world, ruled by the
lin, congressman from Alabama; E. 'alon fth' keys doms of this world, ruled by the
*J. Watson. common isner of agricul- An' make oou think o' shooting' scrapes. Prince of this world, "who now work-
turefromo hard blooms an' bees; eti il the hearts of the children of
one to supervise But thker a iece o' music tat I'd jest disobedience." Nevertheless, Messiah's,
4ul M aifda. It's ".All -board fer Clinton, an' fer Kingdom will be inaugurated; Satan's
.: eas swill defeat the got a kind through ignorance and supersti-
rt got a fer music, I would have you
Lrteme to bear cotton, and will in- undle and: tion will be brought to an end. Satan
ire a just level throughout the sell- pat my ot right smart to Alexander's will be bound for' a thousand years.
Ingseason. ,' .' Rag e Band; while Messiah's Kingdom, equally ,in-
Now e timefothe riendof fr Dixie; an' I've sung Visible, will dominatetthe world. chase
etim .orte friend of some my days-
er to prove his f endship Jest sort off-hand singin', but 1 got ing away ignorance and superstition
,s 9iTT U! Cotton is lhe best ''ro afiyways. and" filling the Whole world' with the
l I [. ^ --a or's one tI-at ^- --i., 1 ....
merchant cane and I rs:=.'i te., Clinton, Oma-ha., an' The Kingdom Israellitish.
eve" w accept it 'as sch g eet!" T e speaker declared that the Bible,

therwisebe bi trown i the market I've beer diwn to th 'dee-po' every day, everywhere shows that Messiah' Sin-
hew hrtoown out ft the market mot, ere o' late- visible Kingdom will be ,represented
i;s to the first ier stI dooft ake a raise right soon. I'll amongst mankind by princely charac'-
I- I~s-tothe 'first interest'of't the ljavet go by freight. ters of the Jewish race, who willbe
.isines.- men of the soutfr whether But the s? sort o' comfort, when that ters of the Jewish race. who will be
bankers r erants to ol th f e ns e out resurrected ,to human perfection for
farmers in this movement for their man' whole blame' dee-po echo this very 'work. 'Instead of Abraham, 1
farmers in. this movement, for their' ba s drawed-om shout. Isaacand Jacob and theAProphets be-
rtglits. E:ven one-fourth of a cent off I-fel like applaudin' hen he gitsaac and Jacob and th Prophets be-
the just price for cotton means a it Is chest- i ng any longer the Fathers, they will
loss of millions visited :upol every Ttat: -a-ain fer cin-ton, O-may- be the children-the flrst'born children
trade channel It resolves 4selfsim- ha n' Denver, an' th' west!" of Messiah, in the full perfection of
ply' into a question of letting th human nature. The Church, the Bride
world know, by our actions, that we E THE PEOPLE; of Christ, is not, declared the Pastor,
|sre going to market and not sacrifice g oi -- Scripturally known as children of Mes-
our cotton. If the business man and tWe( the smartest people on slah. In perfect accord is the text,
the banker fails in his duty If the earth. I ",One is your Father, even God;" and
public man fails In his often-repeated We tips to hat boys. again, "The God and Father of our
protestations of loyalty~to the farmer, We v~ tips to bellboys. Lord Jesus Christ who hath begotten
they will all 'suffer in similar degree. We iv tips to porters and door- us" (I Peter 1, 3).
With regard to cotton, we stand or men-. Crawling Into the Rocks, '
fall together. An unjust price for the .We theater tickets of scalpers. Discoursing on other features of the
armer means lack of prosperity for .We b baseball tickets of scalpers, chapter, Pastor Russell called atten-
he merchant, the banker, the busi- We h .' to straps in street cars. tion to the fact that the words declare
a ss man-whether in the city or We crige before hotel clerks, a judgment of the nations. In the
country. A just price means pros We are snubbed by ticket sellers. time of, trouble which will then over-
etity for aHll in same proportion. We bossed by our servants, throw Society, financial, political, so-
The mills of New England, after a We :itr unbecoming things' be-' cial and religious, the nations will be


season, of curtailment, are resuming cause ie one says the style fas so chastened by war that thereafter
operations. Does this look like there, chbaage 'iTheir swords -will be converted into
.is an absence 6f demand for cotton? We to bores at banquets. plowshares and their spears into prUn-
, It is incumbent upon us- not to sell We 'B-w politicians to say for ing hooks', and the study of war will
our birthright, not. to yield the re- whomW shall vote. be at an end. Pastor Russell surmised
sults of the year's toil at the behest We &e. the smartest people on that this great time of trouble will,
pf market manipulators. earth. result from anarchism, which he be-
-You are in better shape than ever .SA AT AGAIN, AND SAY IT lives will invade the armies of the
to make this fight -a winning oneYou SLOWr world and turn them against the very
have no- excuse for falling In it. You powers which organized and armed
have grown hogs, corn and other food them
stulffs- his past season. You are less AMr Iplomatic Statema Allwere cautioned to avoid, so far
in debt, less, under the domination Mr. bug," says the biographer, a$ possible, having any sympathy with
of the mortgage, than. at any period Iq find s unidentified statement- of the anarchistic spirit, in harmony with
4 southernn history. Yoa whipped yours g some of your-notes: "The God's Message to His people "Wait
t4e, gamblers before when you were matter one which deserves the upon Mesalth the Lord In other
head over ears in ,debt hIf you don-t thought! consideration of every pub- ye upon Me,attemh the Lord." n other
do it now, almost debtree, you de- lic-spit citizen, and which cannot resent rngs; ter submit and
serve. little sympathy from yourself be6 spec cally decided without the leave-the entire matter in God's hands.
o' the world. prayerful contemplation which char- ae thet a id hPastor,
As evrn torythefarmeand acter the elberatons of the ls attention to the idolatry of wealth
business man of the south are pre- fathers o the outry.' Will ou tell l an told-and indicates that
pared tb battle side by side. The con- me what the question was, so that silver and goldand indicated s that
@frenee at Montgomery proved that. may inset the. quotation in its proper Inthe greattime of troublewth which
;My present, purpose in this hour Is O, t?" smiles the eminent man. Messiah's reign of righteousness will
t6 press upon all southern elements "That s ust a nice little speech be inaugurated-"Hle must reign until
the necessity .of. keeping the pledges .That w just a nice little speech I le hath put all enemies under His
ot co-operation given at Montgomery, wrote o and lerned by hertso feeth" p the shakings of the great
aand of representing to all southern- cor my noat it whenever I as asked ofe-trouble mshaking people grill be
ets the prime duty and self-interst for my inionthere on theinperplexity, ubandwill crawlntollthe
of participating in a movement that referend m or the recall, or any other in perplreity. and will crawl into the
ofmeans the wpatingare of the soumentth, with public q estion. It sounded good, and caves and dens of the earth, and the
mean the ward to business of r lthe south, with-ion read us as well, and f were inter- clefts of the rocks. Pastor
otregardto business location. uoted Revelation-vI, 15-17. He In-
CHARLES BARRETT rupted i@ a speech a reply like that qted Revelation 15-17. He n-
nion City GaRLES.BARRET would convince the audience that I terpreted the den- and caves and rocks
n ity, was mighty conscientious." to signify political and social fast-
nesses-Insurance and Combines. He
SInsistent Debtdeclared that many are already in fear
When a married man does his duty The kwho borrow trhl and are hiding themselves as described
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in thik! Scripture, althc %gh' the great


The End Will Be Glorious.
In the end it will be seen that the
Divine permission of the reign of sin
and death In the earth, instead of be-
ing a blot upon Divine character and a
demonstration of Divine unwisdom
and incompetency, will reveal the
great Creator to His subjects. his chil-
dren, as nothing e!se could have done.
The speaker closed with an exhorta-
tion "that his hearers remember the
words of Jesus, "Watch ye. that ye
may be accounted worthy to escape
all these things coming upon the world.
and to stand before the Son of Man."


In the northern part of India sheep
are put to a use unthought of in Euro-
pean countries. The mountain paths
among the foothills of the Himalayas,
are so precipitous that the sheep, more
sure footed than larger beasts, are
preferred as burden carriers. The
load for each sheep is from sixteen
pounds to twenty pounds. The sheep
are driven from village to village,
with the wool still growing and in
each town the farmer shears as mupch
wool as he can sell there and loads
the sheep with the grain he receives
in exchange After his flock has been
sheared he turns it homeward, each
sheep having on its back a small bag
containing the purchased grain.


The telephone, girl has appeared
now in several notable cases as a
heroine, saving life by sticking to her
post in face of pressing personal dan-
ger. As. no member of the commu-
nity is more continually, and persist-
ently vituperated than the telephone
operator, this heroism in time of peril
ought to be gratefully remembered to
her credit. She may not always serve
a busy and impatient business world
on the dot, but when the call for vol-
unteers comes she is- there on the job


Polite letter writing hmay be, as ls
alleged, a lost art, despite the 10,109,-
250,000 postage stamps turned out by
the government last year, for many
of them were used to carry such'im-
polite requests as "'Please remit."

-The comic opera queen who is suing '
for diyorce evidently 'has come, to "the
conclusion that. married life is not a
cq ppera. It seems that she found
sp-Mp1s sour notes that broke up the
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Easy.
Assistant--Here's An article on hOW
New York will look in 1950. ,What
an wetfse.to illustrate it?
Editor-Get that file of. magazines .-,
)Ver* there 'for 1850, and cut out the
picture of' how New York was to look


.CURIOUS BITS
OF HISTORY


WHEN


WASHiNGTON
ANGRY.


WAS


By A. W. MACY.


In 1791 Gen. Arthur St. Clair
was sent with a little army of
2,000 men to break the power of'
the Miami Indian confederacy.
His camp was surprised by -a
force of Indians under Little
Turtle. After three hourr' des-
perate fighting St.'- Ctair was
completelyF defeated, losing more
than half his men. When news
of the disaster reached Presi-
dent Washington his usually
calm and ber`gnant spirit gave
way to wrath. "Here," he .ex-
claimed in a tempest of indigna-
tion, "on this very spot I took
leave of him. 'You have-your -
instructions,' I said, 'from the
secretary of war.- I will add, but
one, word--,Beware of a sur-
prise; you know how the In-
dians fight us.' And yet, to suf.
fer that army to be cut to
pieces, hacked butchered, toma-
hawked, by a surprise-the very
thing I guarded him against! 0
God, 0 God! he's Worse than a
murderer! How can he -nswer
to his country! The blood of
the slain is upon, him-the curse
of widows and orphans-the
curse of heaven." Then seating
himself upon the sofa he was.
silent for a time; after which
he rose and said to the man.
who had brought the message:
"This must not go beyond this
room. General St. Clair shall
have justice. looked hastily
through the dispatches, saw- the
whole disaster but not the par.
ticulars. -I will receive- him
without displeasure. I will hear
him without prejudice. He shall
have full justice."


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and all- these shall ser" a-nd discharge
the duties of. said respective of-
fices until their successnrshaJl. be, electA,
and qualified.
The foregoing articles of incorporation
shall constitute the charter of the Columbia.
County Bank according tathe lawrs.of the.,
State of Florida, under which its byda48>
shall be made, its business .conducted, anwl
its affairs managed.
In witness whereof,we have hereunto set
our siands this lIth day of January., 191..
F. P. CONE. .
R. If. CHAPMAN.'
R. E. CHALKER.
",H. P. CASON
D. L. ROBERTS.
LYv MAN H ELVENSTON
W. N. CONE.
M. P, MOYER.
J. M. SIXES.
State of Florida 'I
Columbia County (
' On this day personally appeared before me
F. P. Cone, H. P. Cason, W. N. Cone. R. H.
Chapman. R. E. Cbalker, Lyman'Helvpaston
and D. L. Roberts, to me we ll Xaw as ,
seven of the parties named and'su lacrt&d
as subscribers to the aoove articles.ofin-
corporation, eacr of ,which severally and
separately acknOWledged to me tatthey
signed and executed, the same for, the pur-
pose therein expressed and set forth. \
Witness my haid and seal this the llth\
day of January, 1912.
ESSIE HELVENSTON.
[SEAL]-- Notary Public, State 6t Florida.
My commission expires Dec, 7, 1914.
State of Florida "
Columbia County
Before me personally came M. P. Moyer
and J. M. Sikes, to metwell known as two of
the parties named ad subscribed, as sunb-
scribers to the above articles of incorpora-
tion and each forwhimself, severally and sep-
arately acknowledged to me that they signed
and executed the same fer the pugppse
therein expressed and set forth.
Witness my hand and seal this lth day-'
of January, 01?; ,
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The way of the transgressor is bd. ,
it the way of one against whom;he
aingresses is harder. '
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one co the individual de-s< rilbei in anl wlwho
.executed tbe foregoing[ Proposed Charter,
Ani each Oid betorte m-.epar,:il't IV ac'knowl-
edge tiat he tx' cute'l th"'.l w s.in Il.. ne ul 's:'
and Illrpii- thelr ein exrspr'-,Iled.
' Witne,- m v hand and ,-Alicial .:il thi' tOle
24th l.ty C. C. SMAlL.
-{ E.\1.I Notarv Publlic. Statrte t Flori.l.
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NOTICE Of INCORPORATE( t

Ntic'e is herelby given that te under gi -
ed \ill. on the 6th dayof FXruarvy D.
IrI.' apply to the Governor of Florijdior
LA t:ers Patent on the following piro ed
charter incorporating the Lake City GtilAe
Co'm pany. ( ,. ..|-1-
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C('ounty of' ',luml ia \
.UBet-,'1 m,. ,t Notary Publi.- in and for the
SLat,.wt I'hlori(a at Larpe. personally ap-
peai-rd A A Witthie. J J Pauli. A G Paul and
R H Paul, ea:th known to me to be one ot the
intli' itl.-isdeecribed in and who executed
thliv for.going P-roi-posed Cliarter, and each
rid before me separately acknowledge that
he executed the same for the uses, and pur-
"pos. therein expressed.
Witness mv hand and il, ial Se-al this the
23rd day ot December. A D 1911,
M U. WILDER.
[SNl l.i Notry, Publ.ic.
IM \ II .miTIi--ii-po ef:pire. .T, une I4. 1913.
Ptlri-int t -'T.mer .Atte, ', fl r lucdrporators
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legal Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the TaxRoll
ol the-city of Lake City, Florida. for.191.,
is now in my hands for cople.tton, and all
city taxes for said year 19U1 l6 now ,due,. and,
by virtue of Section Flfty-eight of the re-
vised Charter ot the city of Lake CLty, Flor-
ida, approved June u2nd, 1911, all tax on ream
estate becomes delinquent, three months.
from date of publication of this notice,.
J. L MARKHAM.
City Tax Collector..


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Notice of Application to S o tU LAdof Minor.,
NOTICE is hereby given tlatou thel.t1_.
'day ot January, 1912, I will, as guardian
of and for America Allison. make application
to the Hon. W. M. Ives, Judge of the County ,
Judge's Court? this office In the courthouse.
at Lake City, Columbia county. Florida,.for
an order to sell the interest of sajd minor in
the following described land, lying and be-
ing In Columbia.county, Flouidk, to-wit:
The northeast quarter of the southeast
quarter, less four acres off the west side.
and the southeast quarter, and the SEM of-
the SW1, les" s acres off the westsildein.
Section rive; also, the NWv4 of the NEM, and
the NEL. of the NWK. leso 8 acres off the
west side, anti the south halt oI the NWM. in
Section eight; all in Tp. 3, R. 17, S. and E.,.
except &) acres soldki to H. D. Carmon, de-
; cribed as follows: Begin 4 ehains E.of.th
S\V. corner of the SE.3 of tthe.SWa and
ana. run E. 19 chains. N.. 40 chainp, W. S3
chains. S. E. 00chains, S. 20 chalho,'to point
ofbeginning: and astrip three cha te
off the weat- side of the W of the SE, in
said Section five. cons.tAnIng-3W acres,. lu
which sae minor owns ; one-tWelfth undi-
vided interest as helr-a ,-law of A. G. Carj
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Kentucky Carol Rye ...........---- "-
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X Y Z Rye, bottled in bond .... .. ...- ., :
SouLhern StatesR Hye. httl'ed in b)n .....
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Mill Cpeek Rye-............ ............ .
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PROPOSED CHARTER


Notice is hereby given that F. I'oiN. I
P. Moyer, J. M. Sikes. H. P. Caon. W.N.
Cane, R. H. Chapman, R. E. Chalker. Lvman
1Helvenston and D. L. Roberts, acting under
,-and by virtue ot the laws of the
S tea of Florida, h.erera a .ociatv
themselves together a- a'"i hndv 1politic
and corporate, tor rthe ptrlpo-e ;ind under
conditions specified in trie tollowiinp artich.,
of incorporation, and will apply to the Go\ -
e'nor of the State ot Florida, for letter-;
patent lor said corporation upon the expira-
tion o0,- be time pr-,criiled b\ law for awt-
verLisingt,.notice and cha-rt.r.
""" ARTICLE I.
e and Place of ,Busines..
i ename ol the -,ipworation


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We, the undersigned, hereby as-,o
ourselves together for the purpose a
coming body politic nnd corporate. u
andtby virtue of the laWvs ot the Sta
Floricia, with and under the tollowin
iclesot uIncorporation and Proposed Ch


The name of the Corporation shall 1
Lake City Garage Company Is prl
oiticc and placeof business shall be i
Cityv of Lake City, Columbia County, FI
..but it shall have such other offlcerl
agencies and places of business as shat
fixed by the Board of Direcors.
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The general nature of the business to
transacted by this CorporationRis- to mI
facture, buy. .sell, ren. exza a
pair. store and care bill


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!and every description; to manatae f,.
sell and deai in automobile ob' r-
cycle and motorboat accesso ffea;, ,-
ucts and carts of every kind ht r; to
manufacture, buy, sell and deatI. s and
gasoline engines, electric mot i' and
'dynamoes. and electrical su daes .d ap-
pliances; to buy, 6wn and, selastocd!ecur-
ties, or obligations of/other CorporiJionsk to
s an
hold. buy. convey, sell and mpr.age Any
and all property necessary or aired to
accomplish the purposes set fort to have,
agencies and employ agents at sh pieces
as may be, in the opinion pf the per omff-
cers of the Corporation, necessary or expe-
dient, and to do all pther things incident
to, necessary or advisable for ; ie suc-
cessful transactions and conduct o t he bus-
.iness of the Corporatio-.,,
'., -4- "
The capital stock of this Corporati n shall
be Five Thousand ($5000) Dollars to brdivided
Into fifty, (50) shares of the par valteof One
Hundred ($100) Dollars each. All of said
capital stock shall be fully paid .in and iS-
sued or used for or in the.purchase )f prop-
erty, labor or services .at a just vlitation
thereof to be fixed by the Board ( Direc-
tors. .

Said Corporation shall exist fo ninety-
nine (99) years from the date ot LeC0t rs Pat-
ent thereby issued.
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The'largest amount of indebt| ness or
,liability to which said Corporatlo* can, at
any time, subject itself is $10,000.
S-- "
The business of said Corporation -1hall be
conducted'by a President, Vice Etesident,
Secretary, Treasurer, and Board &f Direc-
tor.: The latter not less than tree or
more than five in number. One person may
be both Secretary and Treasurer and may
be designated asManager, or an yotter mem-
ber or any other officer may be.. dignated
as Manager. The annual meeug of the'
stockholders shall be in the CQyf Lake
City. Florida, on the second Tuesd&y in Jan-
uary of each year, beginning on tf second
TL'uesday in January. 1913. Until ttnt annual
meeting the Corporation's business shall be'
conducted by J W Layne, President; J W
Ettel, Vice President; J C Sheffield, Treas-
urerand Manager; G 0 Palmer,,;Acretary;
J W Eftell, H L Dodd. A UG. Wjle, J A
Leslie and G 0 Palmer. Dir ass. The
names and residences ot the Inaorporators
and the amount of capital stock subscribed
byleach are as follows:
J W Layne......ILake City, Florta..-6 shares
J C Sheffield .... "' 6 "
J W Ettel........ 6
W'R Peterson.. 5 "
A B Small...... -
G 0 Palmer ..... 2 -
H L Dodd --.---:- -2 '2
F H Young ...... -
M L Plympton .. *_ '
J A Leslie ....... I share
J H Sandlih..... ** i *
A GWithie..--...-Watertown 5 shares
A G Paul ........ 5 "
RH Paul .-....... ** 3 "
J J Paul.......... ** .. 2 "
In witness whereof the parties.bave here-
unto set their hands this the 24th .4ay of De-
cember, A. D. 1911. *. *
J. I' 'Li
J.:C.
JOHN r
W. R. PERSC
A B. SMALL t
G. 0. PALMER' *
H. L. DODD
F.I YO UNG
M. L: PLYMPTON.
J. A. LESLIE
J. H SANDLIN
R. II. PAUL
J. J. PAUL
A. G:. PAUL
A. G. WITHIE


Section 1. The general nature of the bus-
iness to be transacted by the corporation
shall be to conduct geanralbankingbusi-
ness under the laws ot the State ot Floridaq,
andit do and perform all acts and thing,-
Incident to and exercise ll ,owetrs
given to said corpor-ation' tinder -.aId lawNs
not inconsistent therewith.
ARTICLE III. L
i Capital Stock. ,
S'Section 1. The capital stockof the corpor-
ation shall be fifty thousand dollars
($50,t(O O);, divided into five hundred shares
of the par value of $100.00 each. ,
Section 2. Thesubscrtiptions to the capital
stock shall be paid in fui .in cash on terms
and in amounts as. provided by the laws of
the State of Florida., and no certificate shall
be issued for any), share or sharesof stock in
said corporation which are not so paid fo.
ARTICLE IV.
,Commencement and, Termination of the
Corporation. .
Section I. The corporation shall com-
mence busin-ss wlien duly authorized under
and hby virtue of the laws of the State of
Florida, "and shall exist for the term-,of
ninety-nine years thereafter, unless sooner'
dissolved according to the'law. '
ARTICLE V.
Section 1. The business of the corporation
shall be conducted by a board of nine di-
irectorg, who shall be' elected by the stock,
holders each year at,/ethe regular annual
meeting oflthe stockholders of said corpor-
ation, which said! meeting shall be held on
tohe second Tuesday in January of each year;
provided, however, that F.d, oCneoM. PO
Moyer, H. P. Cason, J. M. Sikes. W. N. Cone,
R. i. Chapman, R. E. ChAlker, 'Lyman Hel-
venston and D. L. Roberts shall constitute
the first board of directors until the first
regular annualemeeting otthe stockholders
to be' held on the second Tues-
day in January,- 1913; provided, "how
eer. that should aany- acancy occur
o the board -of" directors tby the rea-
so nof resignation, death or by the failure
o4, any of The directors to qualify, or inabil-
ity to ser'e either during the firstt year or
thereafter, the directors so qualifying shall
have tihe right to fill' Vacancies in the said
board of directors out of the stockholders
qualifying under the laws, to be such direc-
tors until the next annual meeting of the
stockholders. \
Section 2. The officers of the corporation
shall be a president, first vice president,
second vice president, and cashier, and suph
other officers as the board of directors may
determine upon, and all such officers shall
be elected by the board of directors in ac-
cordance with the by-laws not inconsistent
with the laws of the State of Florida..
Section. The board of directors shall
make stl6ch rules- and by-laws as shall be
necessary to regulate and conduct the busi-
.ness of the corporation and-shall elect, or.
appoint, as the by-laws may prescribe all
necessary sub-officers and agents.
ARTICLE VI.
Limit of Indebtedness.,
Section 1. "The highest amount -of in-
debtelolness or liability to which the corpor-
ation shall at any time subject itself shall
be as limfinited and defined by section 2712 of
the General Statutes of the State of Florida.
V ARTICLE VII.
Section,l. The names and .residences of
the subscribing incorporators with the num-
ber of shares of stock each are as follows:
F P Cone. Lake City Fla., 125 shares.
H P Cason. 75 "
W N Cone, 26
R H Chapman, 35 .
R E Chalker. 40 "
D L Roberts.. o .40
Y man Hel enston, Lake City, Fla., 10shares
iP Mover. Ft. White; Fla., 75 t,
.1 M Sike1, 75 "


Inthe Circuit Court of Floi- Third Judi- .
cial CircuLt, in and for C 11bia.Cuntv.
In Chancery. '
rW M Davidson, Complainant"
., ,. vs + -0tei~aa 'BU1.
D M'Davidson et al, Def'nd'ls \ -
Guggenheimek.& Co.' I -
(a corporation) I '
SComplainant ,Ctrossf jiU..
VS ..' i ; :"
WM Davidsonet al. J
S ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
It appearing by affidavit of the attu '
for complainant In the.crossjllt ile4heca .
thatC R Edmundson, one of the djefendants -
named therein, has-been absent from the
State of Florida for more thbn. sixty dayp
next precedingthe application for this order
of publication, and that there is no-persoai
in the State ot, Florida, the, sereice.upOa,
whom Of a 'subpoena. would bind said di-
tfendant; that said defendant Is over the age ;
of twenty-one years. and that his- present
address is Paijama, Panama; .
It is therefore ordered that the said de-..
fendant do appear to the cross bill fled
herein on or before the 4th day of March,
1912, at the court house at Lake City; PFlor-
ida, and further that copy hereof be mated .,
to said defendant at Panama, Panmar, am ,
a copy be posted at the court house door ac- ,
cord-ing to law, and that same be published
once a week for' eight consecutive weekJ .
the,Citizen-Reporter, a newspaper published : .--
weekly at' LakeCity. iu Columia county,
Witness the HonorableIra J. Carter. Judge
of said court, and my handf as Clerk-and the.
seal thereof, at Lake Oity,,Florlda, this De-
cecnber 29, 191. .,.


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S T E ADAMS, Deputy Clerk.
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Cross-Bill Notice.
In the Circuit'"ourt of Florida, Third Jildi-
cialCircuit, ia and for Columbia County.
In Chancery.i .
W M Davidson,-Complainant
Vs( .... Original Bill.
D M Davidson et al, Def'nd'ts \
Guggenheimerv &Co.. ..
(a corporation) '' *
Complainants Cross ill.
vs
W M Davidsoni etal.
/ 6RDER OF PUBLICATION.
It appearing by affidavit of the attorney
for Guggenheimer & Co., complainantinthe
cross bill filed herein. (Defendant In the
original ,bll) that( the defendants, DM '
Davldson; Jr., Fannie Clark and J- W lhr-k,
her husband, are residentsof a State other -
than the State ot Florida, and that the saild'
defendant, D M Davidson, Jr., Is8- a reslden
of Waycross, Ware county, Georgia; an
that the said defendants, Pannie ark' and.
J W Clark, her husband, are residents of
Clarkton, Bladen County, North Carotlta,
andthat each '.of the said defendants.-ae-
over the age of twenty-one years and that
there is no person in the State of Flerida,
the service upon whom of a subpoena would
bind said defendant&-or any. of them iVt' Is
therefore ordered that. the said defendants,
and each of them do appear to the cross bill
filed hereinl at the cut house at Late Cityr-
Florida, on or before Monday, the 5th day of
February, 1912..,
It is further ordered that this order be
published once a week for four consecUtive
weeks in the Citizen Reporter, a "W r
published weekly at Lake City, In Colmba
county, Florida, and that- a copy thereof be -
mailed to each of said defendants at their
respective addresses, and be posted at the
court house door at Lake Clty, Florlda14,- ac*
cording to law.
Witness the Honorable-Fra J. Carter, JIttdge
of said Court, and my hand as Clerk and the
seal thereof, this Decembehrs l.1911.


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FIRE INSURANCE. LIFE INSURANCE.



OWENS, BEAT & CO.,

LAKE CITY, FLA.

Why not place your fire insurance with us' ? Quit worrying! ()ur
Mr. Owens devotes his entire time to this business, so that you will
get an early and satisfactory settlement in case your property burns I


CITY PROPERTY. .\MS I


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ARTICLE VIII.
Names of Officers.
. The names of the officers who
Iuct the business of the corpora-
e first elein of officers shall
Ks, toi-wit.:
f.Prcsident. .


State of Florida, -
County of Columbia ) "
Before me, a Notary Public in and for the


THE 'CITIZEN-REPORTER.,


0 ablhished 1874


J W Lavne
J C She Me W
W R Peter .
J W Ettel.
AG WVit bi|
R H Paul
A G Paul
A B Small
G O0 Palm,
H L Dodd.
J A Leslic-
J H Sandld.I
F f Youn
M L Plvm n in


Notice of Application for Letters


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720-2-4-6 W. Bay


Jackson v'ilIle ,Fia,


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ISH FOLK


Prevents Worry and Fear.


CHUN'.S OF WISDOM.

' Many a man could hide his light
der a thimble.


Established 1874



FOR. STATE ATTORNEY,

Lake City, Fla., Dec. 12th, 1911.
To the Democratic Voters of the Third
Judicial Circuit of Florida:
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for State Attorney for the Third
Judicial Circuit of Florida, subject to
the Democratic primaries to be held
in the several counties composing said
Circuit in 1912, and solicit the sup-
port of the Democratic voters of the
Circuit.
If elected, it shall be my purpose
to discharge the duties of the office to
the best of my ability.
Respectfully,
J. B. HODGES.

THE DANGER OF LAGRIPPE


NatlnOI S Greatest
Were Born
M .. e in the Country


By REV. MADISON C. PETERS


JV' I IJ I L I I t -- i* :l

FJolPey Kidney Pils 'r
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS,,
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE, .
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the J
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of the '
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A positiVee boon "to :
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY..,
PEOPLE and for WOMlNN. ;
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
6. A Davis, 627 Washing-ton' q4.,;C'oiiiersvi!le '
Ind., i. in his 85Lh yoer. Ilio v r!., us: "I have
late suffered ukh 1Nm Luy ilno and blad-
der Iha,1severe'bai k .Kes a d uiy kid -.y action
was too- treli-vi c aIt. rao- m to 1. ,,e:,.i h sleep '
at night, ani in i y II '-r there na ec-ns!;tant
paiu. I tro-k Fl".'.v I, Pii ll-, or ,1n time,
and am no, ,i'ee (.,C I '-!l t,' ihlh n a 1.1. "iaE in able to
be up a1,.i around Fo'ev liduoy I'l.'.:, hav e f
highes-t recommendatLIu. "


ang"Offl-wom .- -.. -I.-


T THE LAST MOMENT it was
Necessary to postpone the visit to
relatives in a distant city. Anyn
thing short of a full explanation would-'
cause worry and fear. What could be done?

The Long Distance Bell Teleph6ne solved
the problem. A personal talk cleared up the sii,
nation, dispelled worry and completed p ap for 4
Visit at a later date. i

In every day, personal affairs the Long Dis-
tance Bell Telephone can save you worry, inco, p
venience and loss of time. Why not try it?

^^^ E^ the way, have.ovu a Bel2 4 e11 T ^

SOUTH P'RNl BELL TEitEPHONI
A Awn PwT i "wTiB A 'OdU h lIM ATK


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E CVZEN-F PORTER



|FOR STATE ATTORNEY
dHY HE FAILED.

I tdid not know how to adver- To the Voters of the Third Judicial
t ise, District of Florida:
H did not keep up with the I hereby announce that I am a can-
ii didate for the office of State Attorney
H t ried to do everything him- for this judicial circuit, subject to
S self.- V the action of the Democratic primaries
He ried to save by hiring next ear
.. e oPdp. nd It is my purpose to acquaint every
;e f,,e-othelb.....e- .40
-id vord could not voter in the circuit with whatever
e, itndei. upoFI .ii
0 | e locked upon system as use- qualifications I may possess for the
es .....' teu office to which I aspire and to place
e tried "his proe, by before every voter all the evidence
'r chee-:sa-ing economy. 4 bearing upon the question of my fit-
He3: i not have the ability to ness for that office.
*'ault ply Hirsse!lf n ot!,-:rs. Thp purpose of this announcement
He did not think it worth is to give the voters notice that I will
91- while ip look after little things. be a candidate and ask them not to
He rined his capacity .for make up their minds concerning their
larger fi .ngs by burying himself e p
-choice until I have presented my
i in detail. ^ 1
S He ne.v learned that it is the claims. I solicit the support of every
K ,: iiv 'r-, ttha,, it is t e e m -
Siber.al iicy that wins in busi- voter and promise that, if elected, I
Pole, ci that wins in b si
i ess b:uilIaing, will discharge the duties of the office
His t-r* success made him promptly and impartially without fear
over-cofie t, and he got a or favor. Respectfully,
i"swvelled head." H. STAFFORD CALDWELL.
SHe thought he could save the *
money whichic h his competitors Tt
$. 0Old Soldier Tortured.""
4 .kp .-nt for advo nrtis ng. .
e .Wa.: always running his "For years I suffered unspeakable
business'down. With him times-* torture from indigestion, constipation
S were ;iard and money tight; i and liver trouble," wrote A. K.
businc.s only just "so-so." Smitp, a war veteran at Erie, Pa.,
SHe :.was pessimistic, and all "but Dr. King's New Life Pills fixed
Shis :nIployes caught the conta- me all right. They're simply great."
6ngo 4. .akng the whole atmos- Try them for any stomach, liver or
phereo' ohis" establis~hrnentde,"
Sphereof his establishment de- kidney trouble. Only 25c at A., R.
Spare' !i ng. '
SHe nut men e the head ofde-e WISE&CO.'S.'
Spartmrnnts or in posts of re-
sponsibillity who lacked execu- e Explarnation.
Stive ability and the qualities of A "Barker is -supported in affluence
Sleae1shhip. ... and luxury by his children." "Yes. 1
Ha could pFa', but could not Iheart [h, had a family of daughters."-
i execute,, and he did not !',no/H H.1i.*-,.'s Bazar.
1 w ian::, i latur'e well enough to .
sL rround .niriself with efficient / Foley's Honey and Tar Compound "Cures in
lietitenaits. / Every Case."
He did not think it worth AEeyCs.
wHe dd not tpahink it worth Mr. James McCaffery, manager of
while tb comrpaire kis business
wh e ofsmore s uccessfu the Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Neb., ree-
'^with tiiat of his wore successful e 1
w a, s commends Foley's Honey and Tar Com-
S competitors, or to study their A
methods .-Shears. 0 pound, because it cures in every ca-e.
"I have used it myself and I have
I, VVV^b.%' N% r-.S ^.* .commended it to many others who
__ have since told me of its great cura-
tivr'e power in diseases of the throat
aandI lungs.I For all coughs and colds
.-it i so edily effective. A. R. Wise
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REQEN TLY delivered the onalion at the dedication of tlhe
monument lo General Thlomas Hamner, at Georgetown, Ohio.
He- died in Monterey, Mec.dco, December 1, 18-16, after pr.r-


ticipating in the operations on Monterey, where he led ]is
-^',' regiment from 04hio, which was the first to plant the Stars
S. and Stripes in cap htu ring Monterey.
,This ec6 ^cutry village of about one thousand people is re-
r, "markable for the great mien it has given the state and nation
Of soldiers alone it furnished the Union army four generals,
including U. S. Grant, W -est-Point graduates, and nine gen-
erals and field oihcers of volunteers, among whom were General A. V.
Kautz and General McGrorierty, -i-n, most of these men were citizens of


is its fatal tendency to pneumonia.
To cpre your lagrippe coughs take
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
R. E. Fisher,- Washington, Kas.,
says: "''I was-troubled with a severe,
attack of lagrippe that threatened
pneumonia. A friend advised Foleyis
Honey and Tar Compound -and I got"
relief after taking the first few,doses.
I took three bottles and my. lagrippe
was cured." Get the genuine in the
yellow package. A. R. Wise & Co.-


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Georg town when the war broke onl. .
From Brown county I went to Adnm-s county, and in the backwoods
of, that county--"much of it Iv,'y from all railroads-there lived among
other notables 'the ancestors of \'hie]a1w Eeid, Sinnot, the father of Mrs.
Charles P. 'Taift of Cincinnati, \vhilc the spot where the late John A.
Cockerill, the great journalist. \;, .oin is pointed out to the passerby.
In my travels, about, ,peak '1e" and there, everywhere in the small
towns IT find, born, .reared -and f-t"en still living the nation's foremost
men. 'diurn to hany enic-lopeiat of Ainerican 1biograplhyv and find that the
mighty men wholi have made ;d lifted the nation to greatness were
country *boys. Of twenty-seven, pres1,idents of, the United States, all, with
the exceptin.oQf Roosevelt an.1 Tift, were from the country. Call the roll
of the 4.81.-'.i u.tors and congressmen, and. with possibly one or'two excep-
tions, All who are" ever lear, of were not only bornin the country but
began 4ife,: in their shirt sleeves. Go into any city or town ,]irn-mhot
- the land ilInd prfr-i,-a]ly all the men who have done things witlh ,iil,-
began life without a dollar., These men made their own changes Th',y
% -never despaired, 'ever whimpered, hti lhey were up ad doing.
-A "happy'-hit" may sometimes be made bya bold
venture,;:NbutW.i( the long run. the safest road is the ,
higla'ay of.steady industry. God gives you enough /
h ,Wen, qh 0i9 youi 0Opportunity. A wise ma. will "
make mete opportunities: than he find-. IPossess your
soul in i:i npet Your thi in ill come if you deserve
it.- Don't "say you have been unfortunate when you .l
re just: 4fo.olith. Bad luck is :.-1,ad pluck. Good -:. ,* r
good luck.. No man ver lost his luJ "-'


Advertising Novelty-In Berlin. '
The Luft Verkerseh-Gesellsehaft of
S"Berlin has recently inaugurated .a i
: strYking advertising novelty. One of
Sthi( large dirigible balloons of this'
," icrpa.-ny lpFieover thei city every 'clar
evI'ening. Magic lanter'ns"-plared' on
,1 eaca side of the car project advertise -
Sments onto a sheet of white canvas
-famgned on the ,envelope of the bal-':
loon. These advertisements can eas-
ily be read from the ground .below.
The atthtion on f the, people on the
"streets "Is attracted- by, the noise of
the''engine and by eliectrip lights
-turned on in bthe' car between each
Sadvertisenment. 'This formn of publicity
: is being patronized by many of the
` important firms of. Berlin, and of Ger-
Smpny. and -the, cost per night is 100
marks ($23.80). 'For this sum each
SJadvertisew.ont iS projected 30 times
Sinto each side of the balloon for. a
Speffod .of. 15 1seconds:.--Cohsular Re-r
ports


S00ittars (ir -no -5 th6--
exzema germs. are,^BI^ B
outer skin or epidermis, the
inner skin. Hence, a penetrating
liquid is reqniwll. nnt, an put.ward
salve thai clogs the pores.
We, recommend to all seonI=
patients the standard prescription Oi1
of Whiniergren ;- compounded ed ij
liquid form k nown as AD. D. Do. Pro--
seription. A trial bottle of this D. D.
D. Prescription, 'at only 253 ents, will
instantly relieve the itch. We have
sold andd reeommenied" t!,is' remedy
for year?, ndl kh6ow: eof wondwfful
ieurea from its UaR. We resemasd'
it to onipio,:i. .. ;


Som of thle most miserable discon-
tented grumblers are richly endowed
with tilje good things of this life.


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BTt, ABOUT ENGL!

Sir Charles Wyndham.
a doctor befo'te going ,on


practiced as
the stage.


Charles Durham, Lovington, Ill.,
has succeeded in finding a positive
cure for bed wetting. "My little
boy wet the bed every night clear
through on the floor. I tried several
kinds of kidney medicine, and I was
in the drug store looking for some-
thing different to help him when I
heard of Foley Kidney Pills. After
he had taken them two days we could
see a change and -when he had taken
two-thirds of a bottle he was cured.
That is about six weeks ago and he
has not wet in bed since." A. R.
Wise & Co.


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SSir '?dward Clarke's greatest hob-
biesi are boating and piano playing.


Vio','ts have been the favorite flow-
ers of the ex-Empress Eugenle. since
r-esiding in England.

,Stamp collecting is one of the pas-
times of Alfred Austin, the poet
laureate. ,'


NG (,iVES YO-tI AD-
,ES and. WORKMlAN-
tOLONGS THE WEAR
IENT.


OUR T. i L0R
VACN C'ED STYP :
SHIP THAT PI
OF THE GARf


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OUR PRICE.i!


Sir Edward Grey, the, secretary
state for foreign affairs, enjoys,
recl-use life in a Surrey cottage.


of
a


Columbia Presstl Club and Steam Laundry
I i ow have ll c charge( of the above
and will send t ba.-ket e\wry Tuesday
1il]ght to -Ocal'. ,indiy pi ;.e 33-J.
Al o w\ \\i I n thle nr*--.-.ing club in l
a tirst-class-- t !,iner. Let i, ; have i

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For Sale by A. R. WISE & CO.


Lord Charles Beresford collects ai-,.ll
programs as a hobby, especially favor
inIg those painted by lidy ai tist.-

Mme. ,Patti possesses an old doll
called Henriette, which was given to
her when sh) was seven years old tor
singing nicely.

Hall Caine makes a practice ot visit-
iug every place he intends to describe
in a novel. When engaged on a storyv
he writes on an average 1,5.h.1 words s a
'day.. ,

Leslie N Parker, the dramarist. was
born in France, his father vw-as nn
American, his mother an Envlich 1ioim-
an, his flrdt language'was Italian and
he was educated in Germany.


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S"" What Advertising Doos,
1We all-know Athat advertising cre-
Sates desire, causing readers to Wish
, ; for gn advertised thing
Adertising. also,: creates .coice.
SOfteiltimes before' the article is need-
";"ed peol.e Inkia'ik::"I" 1 ever o0vn such
,an s,Iuch a thing it, will he of, the so
and, o make."
'AdvertisiNg- .bani;es .earlier crib-oce
,y this' mpieais an uhbbo ought article
wins an"opiniion more favorable thari
the opiinidit 'f w,,at is already' p,
ssed. The owere has become favor
.ahl t'to-,a,change :. .. '
-rhese -lental attitudes form the
Sr.td to_ a sale. .It; may he "soon; it
T:mNy .be-.o6ng erfeit is -used, btit the
roaUj ,s mapped out and oine time it
\ l t"bring the b'i.)-r to the.seller

S' New .Yorlu cr--n', know what to do -
with the" statUti.: of Diana, .n, the
tower of-" Madison "s* ., re Garden- .
which, Is so to be. torrf down. Why
niot.eendt her to Newrporr,?

Ah, eastern..2,ni is suing" for the&
,.-$12 he spn" on :a ,., whoq t'ri a
:him down. -; Why d,, t,".he make a
" good job '0f It, id send" in a bill for
e the: time h ..p"'a?


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A mule seldom kicks witbouti caiu-e,
but a maq is different.

.TA 1-miny an honest dollar acquires a
taint through association. .

Si-, men are so small that a five-
cent eigaj, looks big to them.
Fo'.--iei the sorrows of yesterday and
go after the joys of today,

The crop of fools isn't go- ei n"ed b
the, lawv of supply and demand.

SWe always respect the o:!-niubns of"
a man who keo..., them to himself.


CI**LDRi.N CRY
iFE^jieitiv an,< t'rr noQ LI -'
psr1t nreai.n when the:
aigd nt rms. ^
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CRE AA lVEM31FUG
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Soi :'y al' l Druggists .


", A telplone gir.h .in ',,rtuga gave
j: w-a niug of a-- royalist attack and
Quelled a revolt,- 'roving herself. a
- sist-celass information operator,

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A vain .woman would rati- liear
htr., complexion praised than !,hr vOr
ies, S e.


WHY SALVES FAIL
TO C"Rei