The Citizen=reporter
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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: March 1, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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 by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042460
oclc - 33283557
notis - AKN0324
lccn - sn 95047172
System ID: UF00065510:00012
 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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lI his face at sight of her, brought the
; soft color to her cheeks. She was surprised not to Me you
' A Reconsidered Decision l little "
'r uneasily-and drew her ;
of his. said nothing:, but shaded RaAi. RAKING

By Nellie Cmey f ihaore.pnaYSlsrtl.eaai. .' i "Will you sit out here?"she eyes from the sun with one .small .

is cool, and pleasant." and gazed idly at a climbing ,
at the other end of the veranda. I' RfrI4 POWDER
.. lie bowed a smiling assent
. ........ *.MuNu.r ,f IIepda&eo&vr into the empty choir neat to had not asked her to go, and a :

"You did not expect of silly pride forbade her to let ltl'v z

THERE was no doubt in Dorothy's ally.queried She, studying the girl's know meant that to come no one here else," Bainbridge had. Makes the food more delicious and wholesomeOMtftaMMMMIM.MVtaM.
that the had made a wise de- was pretty-very i

clot, That is. according to a pecuniary tall, slim girl, with regular after. a pause "to tell you" il l .
and ) I thought perhaps he
view of the thing and the smil- expressive gray ey s. I f I .
"I knew were here and on slowly, "that you would not
lag approval of a host of poor relations you I
he went on. "}Iay I tell -so much. But I heard-some FLORIDA PENSION LAW. To American
whose proclivities for advice, heretofore you I diplomacy is due tI e
were in ill proportion to the size want to ask you-to tell j'ou told me, that you would be at the Under the above heading the Pa- resift for preventing Count Vo.i
I love with Eggerton. That U the rea- 'I
you, and to ask to
of their purse. you Waldersee's
If latka Advertiser makes a suggestionthat proposed military pic

- And though inwardly rebellious, the Dorothy you will.flushed and turned girl's heart began to beat, and will strike a tender spot in the nic. ,
idea of sacrificing herself on the altarof
sort of desolation sweeping of surprise swept the latest re- hearts of those who sympathize with When
Mammon seemed to her as intemtiof you want a physic that U
p u it was odd. But money could do his words. from her face. the men who are. powerless to help mild and gentle easy to take and

anything! All the pinching little economies "I would rather you would in the man's tone, in themselves. The Advertiser says: pleasant in effect use Chamberlain's

that they had been compelled to say such things" she earnestness of his manner, forced It is to be hoped that the Florida Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 '
sincerity her and she half
ously, moving from him. upon .
practice for years would vanish like away legislature which will convene in cents. free.
Samples Every box
"But I
mow under a noonday sun. and some April will wipe out the present so- -4
smiling and trying to look into the die was cast, and there was guaranteed. For sale by G. W.
; sense of independence be established.But "It is first gcing back now. She caught her called pension law and pass a sensible Price. ,{
there is the my opportunity
no getting over bitter
and the wave of tenderness act in its stead. We have a
I did
not feel that I had
fact that other thoughts,and,perhaps, a A Chicago man has been convicted ;
fore. But now, I am in a fair overwhelmed her for a minute high sounding statute that is simply :;
other hopes, had been crushed into the I for stealing 187,000 gallons of city
crushed down.
to- a mockery. There are but few old
background. water. Kentuckians will think that
1All that U and lie paused for one moment drew a deep breath. There I Confederate soldiers now, but some
: past gone; though"Dorothy he ought to be sent to an asylum.,
told herself with a'.stanch at her face, now turned to a pause. Presently she spoke. of them are poor and needy and not

state.of propriety, "and I mustn't allow frightened, and with an said one determined asked me to go to the hop," able to earn a living. Yet to get the WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY.
to let him know
myself to think too much about it.". pathetic. benefit of our munificent pension There's no rest for those, tireless
"I knew
: "You must not, must now. you were
She passed her hand, a little wearily : deed" she choked back you a little with her, and I thought law they are required to make proof little workers-Dr. King's New Life
through the brown hair that waved
:1 "It has all been a mistake you didn't care about me." that their inability to provide for Pills. Millions are always busy curing -
but from her face, and leaned one elbow -
meditatively on the window sill, mistake" she went on heart was throbbing painfully themselves is the direct result of in- torpid liver, jaundice biliousness -

thbkUag of the future she had laid out face pale with suppressed went on, unsteadily: : "And now juries or- disease contracted in the fever and ague. They banish

for:herself;and living over, in a hun- She was staring past him, \ I am going to marry Rome one service. Very few old soldiers after sick headache, drive out malaria.
at the wide I don't see the use of talking any I Never gripe or weaken. Small
dred ways,the past green garden, thirty-six years are able to make the
about it. taste nice, work wonders. ,
'Then the thought of Harry,and look- liant with a thousand proofs required. A law should be them. 25c all Try .
not druggist
soms, while, with hands cold suppose Bainbridge re-
-iof gloomily for an instant at the diamond -
coldly, reaching for his hat. passed only requiring the necessary
bling, she took the from
that sparkled on her finger,drewit ring ." proof of actual service, and that the Australia has one of the largest -
off slowly,and with laid and reaching toward him sud
a sigh it on
the glistening thing on his careless tone made her heart soldier Is now unable to make a sup- wheat crops in her history; in fact,
htr lap. No, it had not been an engagement
ua.cUy-but- He looked at her in a dazed She could not let him go like port. If the state really means to they say the Australians have wheatto

There was all the difference in the way, the happy light dying .' pension these old and honorable and throw at the birds this year. McKinley -

world DOW.. Had he not, only the night face as his fingers closed my! deserving veterans, let it make the prosperity seems to.be seeing -
turned back. other countries to benefit.
before, after all that had passed between over the trinket. I I conditions that the soldiers can ,
them entirely ignored her and "Why Dorothy what's the we be friends? meet them. Any soldier can easily --
carried Adelaide Hunt, a bright;dashing Won't you Keep it?" gazed at her fixedly: for a mo '. establish the fact of his service. If TORTURED.

.:; branette, to the swellrst hop of the A look of keen and an ominous cloud gathered he Is unable, from old age or disease, "I suffered such pain from. corns I

season while she remained at home? crossed his feat urea as he his brow. to earn his living, let the generosityof could hardly walk," writes H. Rob -c
I think not." the state be offered on conditionsthat
That was alL But it wa enough. So "I would rather not," she he can meet." inson, Hillsborough, Ills., "but Buck-,
1 of
that when CoL Eggerton' a* usual heroice tremulous in spite of glimmer disappointment passed len's Arnica Salve completely cured

called around, and as usual, proposed 1 "You see"-twisting the I the girl's face. The editor of the Fordville, Ky., them." Acts like magic on sprains,

she promised,in desperation,a final an i sash-"I am going to marry : joti mean" she asked, locking Miscellaneous, writes as a postscriptto (I bruises: cuts, sores, scalds, burns, _

I.eron the morrow: else, and-" hands tightly over each other, a business letter: "I was cured of boils, ulcers. Perfect healer of skin -.

So that answer-of acceptance-was -Dorothy!" a look of hurt surprise appeared kidney trouble by taking Foley's I diseases and piles. Cure guaranteed '

written and signed with a scrawl, and lie had risen and was face, "that we are to be stran' 1 Kidney Cure." Take nothing else. by all druggists, 25c. I
laid the against the banister rail ? I G. W. Price. i I --- -
on table
library to be posted \\ "
mean," he answered, slowly, in a i "When a man has a million, says
la one Cay everything Lad been could look her directly in.the
in which It the Prohibition is lookingfor Millionaire Arthur Belt of
pain with party
mingled London --
ewlredIt did not seem possible, j et \\here she, too, could see him. pa-
"that it will be everything, or- a strenuous candidate next time "he is in a position to tell one to
U she sat by the low vine-screened n in- grown very pale, and with a dealers."I ;I any
dow,a soft wind lazily lifting the loot throb of pain than any he I shall always love you, and what's the matter with Aunt Carrie. g > to the devil." Yes, but it would {

hair on her forehead, each event rote known, waited in silence for pretend to a friendship which also be well to have a good deal of .
not feel." G. W. Price, the druggist will refund avoirdupois too.Pneumonia .
ijp in lurid distinctness before her something but she did not,and 'f

mind. on, never: taking his eyes from ,paused for an instant and looked your money if you are not sat -
Then into the girl's eyes "It is billed after Chamberlain's Can be Prevented. -
a brilliant red flamed over the "I came here bask you using

girl's face, and faded off suddenly, .s:1 wife, feeling and believing i than he said, calmly", "to be an Stomach and Liver Tablets. They This disease always results from a ,.-

tall, athletic young man came (quick would give me the rht to a in hypocrite.his voice cure disorders of the stomach, biliousness cold or an attack of the grip and .
awed her
_up the walk. As Harry llaihbrid-e love you-alwajt. Was 1 \\ silence.! The sun find begun to constipation and headache may be prevented by the timely use
i Uepped on the low veranda,she left hi r continued, his brt-ath comil; I
and of Price 2; cents. Sample free. of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. _
great patches gold fell on
-neat ly the "indoand gate him her dry, "after all that lias pasted .
man's face That remedy was extensively used
baud now white and deter-
with ?
; a friendliness that ill-be- us-to hope
o -a face that brooked Rockefeller has given $250,000 of La
the i
tokcatd say inward agitation. The girl looked up for an I no com- during epidemics Grippe _

,. The shining regard that broke over the stern gleam that shot j more to Brown univarsity. But the during tne past three years and not 4

companion's eyes caused her I he came close to her and, people will soon hand it back to him. a single case has ever been reported ;,""-

-- -------- -- Suddenly the thing that -, pressed his lips to her white that did not recover or that resulted '>;"
I done away. before I i For the weakness and prostration In pneumonia, which shows it to be a ,,_-
rose, gigantic,
A with a thousand nameless I shot a quick glance into his following grippe there is nothing so certain preventive of that dangerous -:{

Baby'sBirth almost faltered !; and the warm color died her face prompt and effective as One Minute disease. Chamberlain's Cough .;
; only a strong
Cough Cure. This preparation is Remedy has gained a world wide ,ti
propriety withheld her, and a
for its of colds and '_
is for the last time." he said reputation cures
t memory of the night before and highly endorsed as an unfailing rem grip. For sale by Geo. W. Price. rI

strengthen her resolution.: ", was gone. edy for all throat and lung troubles -- -.-- -

<';. "Could you not easily were tears in the girl's eye and its early use prevents consum pUncle Sam has ordered four additional f
., white lids quivered, and her lips tion. It was made to cure quickly
self with Miss Hunt? You I recruiting stations in Kentmlrv. .f
Broken down by the 'to- A. R. Wise.
'" admire her very much. 'I of"her emotions, she turned and ------J.-----. and it has u__ been_ __ decider__u____ tnplace __ ";
I -
with some bitterness anu 1 '
4 hardened. The girl's heart into the room, to be alone Even while confined in jail Mrs. II' tfiem all in the mountain se:' *,

I her misery. tion. Thus does evidence continue, '"3
its I Nation to keep 'up strenu-
ing protest, manages
I a sort of desperation she threw' a Lease to multiply that there is hope for 1-
surely.An ousness enough to make Mrs.
Kentucky yet i
expression, half of I j| toward the table. look like Mexican money.Scrofula. __ __ _c T
came into face letter! It had not been posted! ;
Bainbridge's LA GRIPPE QUICKLY nE[ .

caught the strange ngbt in I breath. came in quick; sharp "In the winter of 1893 and 1S99 I t

is but he made no answer, and, .. "
much like the blossom-
very the moment that followed she was taken down with a severe attack '
v lag of flower. and of the girl's indifferent shrug I
.perfection depends entirely of annoyance crossed her face.A everything and did not hesi of what is called la grippe," says P.' '5

.' L. Hewett, a prominent druggist of ;I
!opon the care bestowed upon breath of wind, heavy :

its parent Expectant mothers fragrance of summer, next instant she was* back on This root of many evilsTumor. WinfielJ, Ill. "The only medicine I .'VJ

r "It, should have the tenderest care. ribbons of her soft gown, veranda, a deeper color in her .. abscesses, cutaneous eruptions, used was two bottles of Chamber- 1

They and should spared should all worry turned 'to him, her eyes and a radiant light in her dyspepsia, readiness to catch cold and inability lain's Cough Remedy. It broke cp:1.
anxiety. They eat -"
-plenty of good nourishing food sudden emotion. to ret rid..of It easily, catarrh, and the cold and stopped the coughinglike '.:

u4 take gentle uercises. This "You took her to the bop cast one sweeping glance at the other ailments including the consumptive: I magic and I have never since ;i

.. "I go long way toward preserv- not?" figure. Bainbridge was al- tendencyIs been troubled with grippe." Cham- ,J5
me their health "It the merest at the gate, and not SO feet ,
and their beauty was by removed bj.Hood's Sarsaparilla so berlain's CoughRemedy can always Q

tt well as that of the little one to answered with a gesture that coming directly toward him, Completely that a. radical and permanent be depended upon to brake up .a severe 1

:f.. jBe> But to be absolutely sure to indicate: "What else was I and smiling, Adelaide Hunt. core is effected. cold and ward off any threatened a

*.a short and painless labor they There was silence for a !" Dorothy's voice was clear This statement Is proved by thousands attack of pneumonia. It is *\

;.. / should use he looked up suddenly, and firm, and there was a new thrill of voluntary testimonial SILUVEMOOT, pleasant to take, too, which make
it. it the desirable and of the .
; Wawarsing. N'-Y.. writes: "When our most one ",
Mother'sFriend j -;- -- turned a little coldly, and daughter was two years old, she broke out most popular preparations in use fur <:"
back these ailments. For sale by G. W. .= ,
inquiringly. ,
Constipation all over her faceand head with scrofula
Price. =
\ have \
forgotten something. sores. Nothing we did for her seemed to ------ ....
"jt.., .'Y, ...; Headache, BiUo paused for a second, then, under do bar any Rood and we had become almost A St. Paul preacher suggests that :|
of her
I potent spell voice retraced
discouraged when we thought we .
all the officials in Kansas, state, : -
Heartburn and followed
S laH piae U.months of r>sta. steps her into the would try Hood'-SaraaparWa. The first ::.|
*" TU U county and municipal, be impeached =
: simple liniment,which
e'b bottle helped her and when she had taken
a: ; applied externally. It gives Indigestion went and removed from oUce. That
straight to the table
up f
I ,
-.M4 iorU the muscle and. j six the sores were .U healed and her face
> Ia all of the indicated by a' the would certainly be practical ,
TJTt K ? discomforts of preg- Indicate that your \ gesture blue was smooth. She has never shown any a more

Zx? E" *vkica b woBMn Bcceiury.used to When think is out, of order. nelope-l.fiag there,'while the sign of the scrofula returningNfod'a ." remedy for the conditions In that ?|

.x0t_--"e's wbteyer.print Is uted then Is no best medicine'to j color stole- into- her cheek I state, whichever way you look at. it.
!- Saraaparllla
4 -Get :.tUrt Friend at the drug the .liver and cure
+++. l twkouto.ATLANTA.. placed oae band .
these ills, is found tremulously oa cleanses the system of ail humors inherited
and the lifted YOU are feeling tired and
*401U1D REGULATOR arm, eyes to hU or acquired and makes rlcn healthy blood. WHEN
'l'- s Y- UA. full of meaning .... sorts you will find Hood's

;:',t. traser.w was......Mbn Bit*b S..m.. Hood's 1 might tear it up,you bow" _eoa's r'ltts care aw nt.; 1N-.lrrlladllJ'" Sartapanlla will do you wonderful -,
I I. lJ wNriio M .....wa1 $-I"s saes. : :
J 25 cents. Sold by all medicine good. Be tare to GET HOOD'S.

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a aHM I Ito I I enter..the field in com petiticn with gars-stirred up the Republicans -- st .
foreign ship owner !updel"these conl I I openly charging; them with haVIng'intended ,[

j l I ditions. and that our grow ing foreign j, !to... the first to kill. the i

Y :I trade is menaced by the fact that* we Nicaragua" 'Canal bill, saying, of them

IfsEasy! art.at the' mercy"of. our""iiV.il., rfn,I and their tactu: -These men are i I
b kicker and cofftd{ about I
reaching the foreign markets. I willing to : I
Under present conditions, according DvKngEdttardVIf.anJ are kneelflng f

! i iI to the argumfnts-of those;? wh, : ta his every shim. They da not

I are advocating the bar, a foreign believe the UnilcJ States has any

war between either of the two lending ri.rhts unle,;i.Great Britain says *">. \

ITo Take nations of Curopo would, saiLIle I ktio:v that the Canal bill wa-s u ei \: : I

part of the cost of that war upon ['sin ''to influence the electba of )1-)1- The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has'beea"*" ; i
the of freight,- -rose:*-" Khley, the Rep-aWicani knowing all
/II higher rates in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of .
,gave, etc.,,0% tbCth :l'.l1J.uJ. *incase the time that their ins .:io.ts *" c-e ,4' "
and has been made -
under his f
: ;:
mic girls per.
pale, 'an j of war between the Unitid : to defeat it ia the Senate." -
sonal supervision since its ; i iI
need a fatty fOd"enri h | J States and other..maritime nation : All the extravagance: of tile Republican infancy l'_ .
.. I any .- 0-. Allow no one to decei re you in this % i '
. :1 their blood, give color to I ,'we would beat a'grcafdNalvantage Congress.. is not connected All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but J t i :
I for lack of.transort::, r>'j.\- with bij _,:;ji0irlatwrialthoJgh
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the
health !
I I||,their cheeks and restore.theirhealth I iliary cruisers, etc whiclithe shfj th ey mak the must fu.- and are' Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment of i.j,. ':' t

; ,and strength. It b | | sabsidy law would 'pr f1d.:!.:>7ffhe -* naturally: heard the most of. D r ng 1

:. i '< measure: has received the MT>- the debate on the General Deficiency
f I t\\ safe to say that they nearly j jf port of the recent industrial conventions bill, it was shown that sinecures:: were What is CASTORIA i v;j

all reject fat with their food. jj : hell la the'South'and the lead ;, thick as peas ia a pod It was shown Il

ing manufacturers. of the country that cimmittee clerk, the moment Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare ; 1

tare urging Tt;a 3oTtion':"*'rrifj>p-; they do any real work, use their puil gorse, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. n..; i

wever, hy the members of |;: wi.h members to get extra pay there- contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio-_ ,= i

( .. IO t congress' from the South and a very :I for, and that they hare been succeeding ,. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys \Vonnj'''r ;.1

. EMu strong fight is Le'.ng-made against it. ; in getting much money in and allays Fererialmess. It cures DiarrhO3a and Wind .: !

OFl I There are some very strong points the shape of gratuities simply because Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation t ?J

COD LIVER OIL fo r, ae well as against the measure, nobody made it hii business to and Flatulency. assimilates the Food, regulates the t. !

I WOlf HYPOPHOSPH/T i ES FUIII'SOLU and these have been forcibly presented .1 oppose these petty raids on the rubHe Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural atee,. ,JjM ; i

in the discussion of tIC bill. ,,,; fund. The clerk of one committee The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. 'A ] .' I

: is exactly what they require; |I It was thn measure that caused tte'!, claimed, and will get il.COJ ex- !| '1

j it not only gives them the inv : breeze at the recent maritime -'era for reading proof of testimony GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSfjBears 'J
gress at Brunswick, Governor Can- :|: taken by his committee; clerks of -:-
: portant element (cod-liver oil) $ dler being bitterly opposed to the ,i I the Pension Bureau, detailed to help the Signature of ,,1

in a palatable and easily di-fl I measure, while the delegates to that ,, the Pension committees of Congress, I
.., : convention endorsed it. are presented with *.'OO each in addition :
gested form.but also the hypo- *
: Whether the ship subsidy bill be- to their regular salaries, and'clerks .
$ phosphites which are so valuable ; !c mes a law or not, no one who has I'I who have copied a few pages T

in nervous disorders thatusually I i! given a moment's thought to the from the Congressional record, in' S "
ubject will deny that "A'11erica'siI i i i regular office hours, are given from
accompany anaemia jj created need at present are the !!1! 300 to *' ,OJO each for extra work

I SCOTTS EMULSION is a I I I isthmian tana' and a splendid merchant :" A little dialogue between Repre enI -,i The Kind You Have Always Bollght ti=:

food that is marine. i iI I i tative Cannon, Chairman of the
| fatty more easily j j
:: House Committee on Appropriation, In Use For Over 30 Years. .
t I digested than any other form \ j .. who reported the bill, and Representative .
I A FIREMAN'S CLOSE ('ALT j' THC CtllTODH tOrn.r..TT_ MUKH......u., new TOOK CfTT. -
: | of fat A certain amount of:j "I stick to my engine, althoughI:: Loud, of Cal., &how how care- I j --- -' -- -- __..'-_ _-_-_.-_,-u _-. -._., _. -. _ -.-_.--_ .. __ !
I I i i' lessly the items scrutinized .
are be-
; | flesh is necessary for health. every Joint ached and every nerve 1 1I

You it in this was racked with pain," writes C. \V. j i'f ore they are presented to the House.Mr. I ___ _n.. u __ __ _____ _.. __
can get I .
I ;: way. I 'Bellamy, a locomotive ilreman. of Loud: "Who is William L. '

t _, A We have known per- I Burlington, Iowa. "I 'was weak and I!: Stiles, who is to receive an appropri-j, BUIE'S SAW MILL i
i'1'gluon as a for the
to paltv-uithout any appetite antJail messenger Com1 1
i sons gain a pound a |
run down. As I was about to give 1 mittee on Accounts" Mr. Cannon: .
f: A day while taking. up, I got a bottle of Electric Bitters ,i i "Well, if God doesn't know him any Four Miles West of Lake City. .
and, after taking it, I felt as well as ,,
-: Joe.and$100,all druggists.SCOTT I better than I do, he is lost." "S ]
It has I
I did in life. Weak sick : First-class
4b ever my Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any pait;:
: & Chemists
New York.. ..s ly, run-down people always gain new i I recently become known that a man I of the City on short notice. Address ...
iee EEeeC eeee <* life, strength and vigor from their has for a long time been drawing I
I u them. Satisfaction : S. P. BUIE I LAKE
.e. Try guar CITY FLA
as clerk of of the ,
I important ,
"' j anteed by all druggist, Price M |I f'I "
" WHAT IS THE SHIP SUBSIDY? cents, committees of the Senate For- b--
sign Relations-:.vho did not even I
Following is a very good answer to I i! ,
the above question, clipped from art i WASHINGTON LETTER. j!I' come to Washington during the session it I !
of Congress, to mike a bluT t f I Lake BoUling.Gompang
exchange: '
From our regular correspondent. '
doing the work which
i was:: performed |
The ship subsidy bill is a measure I' Credit will be due to Democrats in
by two assistants.of .
f s introduced in Congress for the alleged II I
Congress for whatener reduction ii
: "promotion of our commerce | Another method of extravagance, !' ,
: : I war taxes the country gets. The j!;i which flourished under this administration 'I '
_: jo the foreign trade of the :
Republicans fully intended to kill the'! It
with tI
Fa', United States and e t
: : Mf to provide bill in conference, but when they 'I TS: --DE\ \- "
, : iary cruisers, auxn-j enormous expenses piled up by some .
; ? ; found out that all of the Democratsin of the departmental burea'ls. For
t -- men for" Government use when necessary the House, and enough RepubliIcans instance, when Congress provided for Cool Drinks '
' ? The bill has been discussed Fruits, Vege -
to make a maority, were determined -the
1' for several years and was framed at Bureau of Animal Ind is rof "
t r. the instance of to head off that scheme, i the Derailment of Agriculture, it
;: twenty-five leading I
the leaders at once ordered that ai I bles, Tobaccos, Cigars"Nuts
r. p-ovided for one Chief, at
: business men, ship builders and navigation : i 83,000 a
,i : agents who have come t.Jgeth-1 j compromise be patched up in confer1ence year, one clirk: at $1,500, and twenty ( -t; .
between the House and Senate :
E er from time to time M discuss the i inspectors at $10 a day. The expenses Raisins, Apples!
:.- matter and reach bills. That compromise will not, es of that b ireaa d-mng the last tiral *- ;,
a solution suitable course, in any sense, be a Democratc shown by the official figures : Isuuuip \Y'
-'- to them. measure, put it will make some re-i( hags grown to neatly a million .j7 Ir And .Fine Candies. 1
w The bill provides an appropriation, ; dollars, za follows: Salaries I duction in taxes that would
not 8769,329 61,
not exceeding $9,000,000 I traveling expenses $22-1 MAXUFACTCKERS AXD BOTTLERS OF .
annum, -
have bce.i made, if the Democrats 647.85, miscellaneous il0l,63-1.-18. 3
,_', to be spent h encouraging the building hid been less aggressive. (!. Senator Tillman may have opened I!! Soda Water, Sarsaparilla, Strawberry, Ginger Ae)

of American ih'ips, the sum to be Senator Morgan, in the minority I the way for many Southern veterans I! Seltzer Cider, Etc.
spent upon tonnage and mileage of the Mexican war to get on the
prc-rated according to the following. report of the Committee on Foreign pension rolls, when be succeeded in Geo J Davis, Manager
I'f Relations on the resolution declarh.g i g getting bill pensioning Thomas,
::- scale: .
1 that the ratification of the, Hay- Mexican veteran, which had passed .- -- ;
{ Under la knot,per ton p<..r. 111 miles 15 cts. Pauncefote the Senate, through the House, by ret"3tt t t"Yst"T-Y"Y3Yt3t2r3Y3y.y"t" T3t3Y3"3t"r"Y ,
,', 14 treaty is not a condition <: t3T3r2r.: !:>YY3yy..t: : 3f N"I
;: lo .. .. .. .. .. .. r5 'I swearing that not another private
17.. .. .. .. .. precedent to the construction of the pension bill should !
'' through the
:!.II" go
'. 1:1.'II.: :: :: ... :: '. :1.1" Nicaragua Canal, and that the United Senate until it was passed. It is1! 0 d !
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V i SI .. .. .. 3.8 3.5"M States should proceed with that claimed that its passage is practical- I Thee
f m'h's; i lya repeal of the law, barring -
It will be seen f tblht work regardless of the Clayton-Bul- Mexican veterans who Offers to both sexes a good education ;
the swift agieement, which was adverselyreported sympathizedwith Florida'Agricultural' along: the lines of
.. passenger ships get larger i the Confederate cruse from the \
subsidy fees than the slower freight by a party vote, makes the pension rolls. Mod rn Though and I Activity. .
vessels and positive charge that Mr. MiKialey i i --- --- --
,. this is one of the objections --
which have been raised to the caused the resolution to be adversely I You Know What You are Taking Scientific, Literary. Military and ]
J measure. This reported. Concerning the influence : When you take Grove's, Tasteless Departments. ;
objection is m : complete outfit of Ex
College. apparatus.
ete of Mr. McKinley the ncpuhlian Chill Tonic because the
howevel with formula L ,
by the statement of t '1 1t penses reduced to a minimum.
: members of the.committee, plainly printed on every bottle show Short-hand, Bookkeeping

framers of the bill audj Telegraphy
that the expenses I ing that it is simply iron and quinine ',
o( the swifter his right to say what is expedient for j, in a tasteless taught FREE.
ships are larger and fotm. No cure no '
that them.tu .tlo, Senator;,.DIoFgan-<< ; I 50 cents. pay Send for a ;Catalogue to -
: owing to the mails, they have !
I to leave.ports on schedule time: re-1 'Tsaias L .. ; madesjri the.. -*' 'If II \V. }. YOeUAI, Pres. f.,
t I !Ulttee, and his ()I McKiniey's the National Anti-Cigarette Fla.
l c tfardless of whether they haye their j t, ) Luke City. !
views as to the e\peu4ncy cf action League can lessen: the uss: of nasty t
VS, cargoes or not. A table of expenses ;
.,, of the \ario-u. class.-s of ships >h )w' were stated as grounds of oojection'i !'of paper the cigarettes it will deserve well!I ?J.>.. .3.;).:;;.;.E.:;;.:.9 '.. ::1'
i to the resolutions. country.
: From this view
that the fee which would come fr j .
f i the Government mof the duty of the Senate; I whilly"; -- = t
covers little -- --
just a i ; -
.I ?- more than the cost of the coal which i dissent. Many Republican Sena- ,' $<*********** s P 0 0 OQ+CiC ; .
are often
;:, is used in the bhip's furnaces. !I tars who have claimed to be for the ; than result of indigestIOn
anything else.
t The advocates of the measure .Nicaragua Canal are now under subpicion. : are usually irritable, nervous, cranky Nine ,
"-: 1- "claim that foreign nations, who are The claim that action on individuals who make trouble for all HERBINE .

I t .- our rivals on the seas, pay bounties any legislation,'relatingto the Nicaragua those Dyspepticide around them. Dr. Loyal Ford's Tenths .
: to their and Canal while the Hay-Paunce- makes the stomach
If j ships that the cost of' right and restores health and di
hap. -
'i' I. r:. ship-building U less in foreign countries ( fote treaty is pending would be d is- ; ness in the household. of '

than in America, owing to the I courtnous to,England, is a very pliu- Pure Juices from Natural Roots.CEGULATEStheliver.StornachandBowels. l
; high price of material, better ible bluff, but still a bluff./ It has It u not surprising that Mr. McKinley all'the 1 1r

etc. Liven in this country. wageil'l been successfully used, to prevent I should be afraid to act upon ; I !f

claim that, in view of these. actionat this session of Congress.The the Cuban question alone; he knows" ,
V k- our merchant marine cannot be built I Panama Canal lobby is trying that it is full of political dynamite. People I Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood. J

up without dil in the shape of subsidies i 4 to do the rest. Its latest and most I -- '- Suffer

'f- from the Government. They important recruit is a member of the lIJfiKJlla8n"ll! Biliousness, Constipation, J

l ,, say that ship-builders are unwilling Cabinet Washington ot Cokmbii, teeklng, to why transfer is now Co in:1 I Ilom CASTOR For Infants I from a .Weak Stomach and impaired Digestion. : J


UMORS, boils, pimples and all ual ia's the[interest Un.teJ in States the Panama government.cato The Kind You Have Always Children.Bought DiseasedLiver _+AUG.EB Every Bottle BDaraiiteei! ta f Eire= Satisfaction.OTrrE "

II eruptions are due to.impure blood, It It nut surprising that 1'::'; ,Mr lea : .: aj A T.T.DOSE-
x Iand by' purifying the' blood TutU shucl, a be, in cin'.Ut; CI erning Bears thaSignature Price, CO .- ]

Sarsaparilla-? they are CURE!p. this canal busincaj.: .aeiatorJor: cf ,Prepared by'JAMES F, BALLARD.St Louis. M r


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The Florida AgriculturalEXPERIMENT i plants and causes the iitrogen which these little helpers, '' secure

[ Ti from the air to IH comerteil into ,nitrates and in this fun a

STATION. stored up in the soil.

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>i yourself into Aside from its chemical f.i'tiolllime when applied to still

.. bronchltls.pneumonia, and consumption. -- LIME AND ITS RELATION TO AGRICULTURE clay soils renders them more friable, easier to cultivate, and

hotter abl) to s,ipply,) ) moisture: heat, and air to the plants.

I Bandaging -I\- Its Use improves the texture of sandy foils making them

and bundling II. 1C. if 1 Lr.I 11.It nora compact and 1-etter capable of retaining moiotur. foul

your throat i fertilizer. It :'nay l be stated here, however, that sandy 501.:1
will do no i !ia.-.U'or Im.un for rvuturlcK tbatl.In' when aj-jihrd to the s<>il. brings about I
a marked transformation in it and 'inTi-aws its crop jirotiurin rapacity will not tear very heavy applications\ of lime as will the heavy
good.You. pet this important material dues put rnriir tlll'rl'l'onttWIl trout
the tanner It Ursrn.'ev 'rb.t.m.... ho\\'p\er, a decided clay soils.
must give tl'ud'nl't..ward.. a inure Central use ot lime liv therroJ'lTow"u .
I ot HnriiU. and this N
your throat and Ip i taken lit answer Kume ot the many inrthixl quvstnni.su WHAT SOILS NEED LIME.
lungs rest and e arrrmitlngronveriiiulime
allow the cough i and Its use as a fertilizer.FOIIMS I From the foregoing statements it would seem that most Foils

wounds to heal. I will respond favorably to an application of lime. If a soil

decidedly acid or sour lime be applied with '
There is nothIng i may a great degr "

so bad for jf IX WHICH 1.11)1..\Y HE USED. of :1""UrlUC"th.t: lienetit will fo1l11Jt application to heavy

cough as cough- I clay soils will uiially prove advantageous The use of limes:
Quick link (C; 0) i is obtain d i by burning native lints"tote
ing. Stop it by poor sandy foils requires caution. When added to such soil-!
or oyster shells. It combinas \\ ith water \vith avidity, crumbles -
usingAYQT3 it raiders the little plant food in them available and tend to
down to fine powder and forms what i is known as slaked
their rapid exhaustion. It is best in such cages to add liberalsupplies
lime. During this process it increases about one-third in
of potash and phosphoric acid, and rotate the crop ,
weight and about three times \olume..
Using cow i>eas or velvet !beans to supply the nitrogen and or
Air slaked linn? differs from fresh slaked lime in that it
ganic matter.
contains large amount of calcium carbonate. In deciding

Iti.II' the condition in which to purchase! lime, it is well to consider WHEX TO APPLY LIME.

1 that one hundred pound.- of quick lime are equivalent to about In general it may l be said that during the fall i ii the prop r

one hundred and forty pounds of slaked lime, and'one hundred I time for making the application. If the land i i" sour, the application -

Even the cough of early may be made just previous tnpkintit.g. The same
and :'event1Htuuts! of ai.:' rlaked! l lime.
consumption is cured. Floats is applies if only a small amount i is to I touted.HOW .
] .ck lie
finely ground phosphate r< and may used to
And, later on, when the
disease is firmly fixed, advantage on lands rich in organic! matter. l:.*idl's furnishing TO APPLY.

you can bring rest and lime it also slowly furni-hi s phosphoric acid. If the soila\ in
I In (1t''tlutek lime is to he used, it may he placed in small
comfort in every case. I need of lime other forms are better for supplying; the want. '
piles at convenient intervals and of
a gallon water poured oneach
A 25 cent bottle will Wood as-hes contain from thirty to fifty per cent of lime
cure new coughs and pile. These: should then be covered with earth to protect
colds ; the 50 cent size is and may be u>eil with good effect. Cypress afhc'SmlY/ be had the lime from the air. The following day the lime should i be

better for settled coughs for nothing in many places in the state. They contain about spread as evenly as possible on the l:1T11lnnd immediately incorporated -

of bronchitis and weak fifty per cent of lime and otl:'-half per cent. of potash and in the soil with a harrow. If lumps of unslaked lime

lungs; the one doll size may lie used to advantage. 0 remain, the land should fie harrowed a second time after a

is chronic more cases economical and con-for Calcium sulphate or gysum is found in deposits in many few It days.ii important that the lime be thoroughly mixed with the

sumption. It's the size parts of the CIIUlltf)'. Much of the lime in acid phosphate i is 54)11u>tl it should never lie sipplied and turned under.

you should keep on hand. in this fonn. After screening the slaked lime it may be applied! to advantage -

"AU families ought to be on the Marl is earthy matter which contains partly d.-cumpobed! with a grain drill or a lime spreader if these implements
watch fur audden attacks of croup at hand.
,raeateiutt bom in tile land should keep
Cberrj Pectoral constantly on had deposits since the co t of its transportation is quit. high. It is HOW MUCH TO APPLY.
to provide against an emerge
Eee.ll.iaab.JMIAU Q.-WnLlIP Holland,Mich.., not uncommon for a marl to contain buthfotash and phos- This depends largely on the character of the soil and tha

phoric acid in addition to lime. crops to lie craw. It is considered letter practice to KSU

t small quantities and apply annually than to make heavy applications. -

Ii01 I.DIECTS.. Many, however-apply front two to five tons p-,r
acre at intervals of from five to
Lime enters into the composition of all plants and is undoubtedly ten year
Half a ton i is a fair quantity for an acre of land possessing a I
as much a plant "f6"l d'as? potash, phosphoric acid or moderate degree of fertility. (r

; MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. nitrogen. A plant will not grOin the absence o'f lime, but i
this substance is HO widely distributed in nature: that practically -
The number of men employed on ,
British railways is nearly 400.000. j all land contain* sufficient lime to supply the needs of the All plants are not an'ecfcnl alike by lime, Most of them are
I i benefited to a greater or less extcnt,! Relatively to its population. Hartford ,. plants that may be grown on it.
Conn., la the richest I The benefit derived follum of 'lime is due
application more
union. lowing is a list of the more common plants grown in Florida
The coat of carrying a pair of shoes I I I to its chemical and physical action 0:1 the soil than to merely arranged in the order in which they are In-nefited by lime:

from New York to London by English an increase of lime available a* plant food. Lettuce, bet-tor, sugar-cane, celery, onions, par-nips, cabbage, i

b steamers and railways combined is Without going into detail the following the chief chemi- cantaloupes, tobacco, egg-plants. pepper pea, fruits, corn and
less than the cost of transit by rail cott ln.
cal changes brought about tho of lime I.
from Lfrerpotl to London.At through agency: :
Al'oi't the only plant grown in the State which is injured by
present the greatest distance over Lime sulphate i> has the p4)\\'e'r to break up certain compounds liiivt :is the watermelon. This applies only opera a moderate

'Which electrical power is being transmitted containing potash in an unavailable cOI di!inn. It also I quantity is used: as its &iul Mime other legumes, corn, and
by wire is t>3 miles, being carried
frog a waterfall at Itedlunls Cal., aids iu the fcnnatoon: of double pilicat'-s! of potassium and I cotton sire injured by !iirge quantities of Hue. It may )be said

to the city of Los Angeles to run a aluminum in which .:rnfl! t, j p' .tt..h though available, i is prevented in this connection that it i is )better to avoid the tic of lime ont
street railway, to light the city and l'uil1hidl! are to be planted in potatoes since its Use would
from i 'seiilg! taut of the soil.\ It promotes rapid decomposition -
, to furnish power for several municipal favor the development of the potato scab fungus.
i:, undertakings. The plant was set up I of the oi' anic: matter in tl:" soil and causes its nitrogen !

in 1897. It has a capacity of 400 horsepower to ci.mertitl into nitrates. This is the form in which DOES IT PAY TO LIME? .

The and 33,000 rolls. I nitrogen is !lest assimilated 1 Ly plants.I "I In most cases the answer is in the affirmative. A vast i

at Brussels cotters and of the in great France glove I i If the-e. is anXcI'S of s-iluUe phosphoric acid in the soil, amount of exlr intentitt fun has been conducted in order to answer -
1 eve I1 its tend is to combine ith of iron and alumi- I this in fact
bights wages than the cutters of th e I ncy compounds qti"stioi: : nearly every Experiment Station
most fashionable tailors in London and I num and become unavailable. The presence of lime presents : has done more or leas work along this line, and it has )been conclusively -
'Xtw York. So difficult is this art oft i' this, and is even Iwlieved to lie able to dtrompose any iron or demonstrated that lime judiciously applied is an iflicient -

cutting gloves that most of the principal j aluminum phosphates, which are in the soil, so hat the phos- means for producing large crops at a good margin of profit. -
cutters are known to the trade i i phoric acid natty bQ utilized as plant f< od.\ I It costs UllilUt the same to plant, cultivate! and hurvcft a
by name and by fame: and the pt'culiar'kninl !i Thus it apix-ars that lime, by its peculiar chemical projier- I given area without regard to the: size of the crop and if this:
which they use in the businessare ties, is capable of rendering available all three of the plant I can lie dor bled by the :addition a few laurels of lime to the '

down to highlyprized from generation that they to are handed foods which lH:1III' in the i'oil in an inert form, : acre, the relative profit lu-conies very much greater. Besides,

u heirlooms. generation ]I Another important function lime is to correct the acidity : the: lime will manifest a
d Some rough t-iron girders in a'I (If soils which are rich in orga ,.:.r matter. Such soils are fre- i I wish to repeat that the habit of liming may beco.ve ;

I building in Chicago had to be cut during : i! quently I wi sour that c,'j'tain'p: -its will not grow on them, yet !i perniriouwhen( ; pra-tic d! air.-ly for tlie purp,seof wresting
repairs to make room for a, steel they produce abundant crops I1Lt'c\I\ application <.f lime. A : from the soil its locked up plant food, but when practiced witha
j column, and it was decided to use elect j moderate amount of lime also prcatly facilitates the growth ofof careful system of rotation and fertilizing, it yields a profitable -
Weity instead of the old method nitrifying organisms which cxi.it on the roots of leguminous i return.
tatting. The girders to be cnt vrc
t Its i in number and 14 inches deep. with i:i, -- .: '"': -!
a one-inch web. To accomplish the
, work it was necessary to melt about I .
} :-1 holes in the girders, and the actual oe q 9
1 time spent in cutting all was three : I II

'i: add Tree one-half planting hours.in the streets U, to be I j && II I

m Baltimore. The munIc-
ipal board of estimates has determined r I
I to abandon the absurd charge of 25

IT. ,"\for the privilege of planting trees Ii .3+' ei ,
the Public streets, and to encour- i
i liCe trees Ue. improvement by growing the
back presenting them free of cost to 'i
desiring a tree before their I II t
- Lome, platting them and keeping them I
trunmed and in '\+
crked successfully in Boston. !i 4

\lillIam ?ahlo? Astor's Pall Mall HiJR
magazine is in the market It has Ii:
straight excellently edited by Sir Do'uglaa Will i ii

tons with and Lord Frederick namil- ,
splendid pictures, exquisite I
P imn
of process work and first-
rate1iterature. but so far it has not 'I
beep I ,
possible to
build up a shilling
monthly;[ magazine in England on the I i

F'.. 'tIm>..1 a1L United'-aa the States.first-class ToR.magazines%g. in R3T ( YOOCY tII Mwi S ,

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4 Established 1874. THE CITIZENREPORTER.This 5


Hme I .dd dd'd r 1 d dry .1 d4 d dN.
Carter's Bakery is the place .

to buy nice, fresh bread, cakes, pies, ( \ <) { ,
I etc. Baked daily.A OUR SPRING GOODS i iI

Longfellow evening will be given }
Reserved for ; I
by the Tau Sigma Delta Society of
the Agricultural College Saturday # Are coming In and ate a charming ,

.niss I H. RILEY evening, Marchand, at 8 p. m.. in # lot. Everything necessary for those ''. I "-
I who wish to develop their own Ideas
I Chapel Hall. An elaborate programhas ,
who wishto I at home or hare It done in our tore !
: been arranged and all I II ? A
r Leading Milliner. '| spend an evening of enjoyment I Customers are respectfully Inriud \
I to call and inspect Stock. ,;
should not fail to attend. Everybody -

is cordially Invited. I P

Spring the Agricultural term of normal College departmentof begins : MRS. T. N. MILTON P

I next Monlay. Miss Norma Pepper Monroe Block. Marion St. #
-I-- cor.e"dd
i of Punta Gcrda will assist in in- ,

I struction. She is a most admirable d1d .d dd d'd'd .d d1 d1.1.1.1 a

j teacher. She assisted Prof. Waugh

I in the summer normal several years

Tuesday, March FifthWe I t I ago at Umatilla and he think. very r>- "

highly of her. intending to avail

I I themselves of the normal department ATDOLLAR THE IIZ'c
take pleasure In announcing to the Tasty Dressers of this had better enter promptly. ,
community that a clenullc measurer representing the item I
of EDWARD };. STBACSS .It co.. America' ,most popular There will be no normal at the col-
Taylor'. Chicago, U. S. A., will bold a sales day atone Iol re- I BAZAARYou
lege next summer.

He will be here Tuesday, Mar. 5th. The date has been changed for the J\
will find the MOST GOODS for the same
play, Damon and Pythias, and it will II money or the :same goods tor less money.
There will be a display of all Spring Styles In full width )
lengths cut trom the bolt tbu giving you a better opportunity he presented at Herdsrson's opera- ,
-elngl1ow the good wlliiook hen msse up. It you I March. : The Best Gen s. Sl-oes y
do not 'ub to order now you ae nevertheless welcom to house next Thursday night,
Inspect what Is the proper thing for the comiig reason. The proceeds will be for the benefit' The Bt>st Ladies' Shoes '

of the widows' and orphans' fund of For only The Best Youths' ShOfil i

The low Prices For Reallu Good Tailoring Will Astonish You the lodge. Those who will partici- One The Best Mis!>!.'!!' Shay

well drilled in Dollar The Best Mecs lIa.i .))) i/bFlad "\
pate in the play are Vou wUi +
The Beet Ladies Skirts \ y
their several roles and will not fail i /
The Best Melts Pants '
to please the most critical audience. /
JflS. E. YOUNG e' Costly and beautiful costumes have ne price Th Best Boys Suits
bhy The Best LaCH CurtalU:4J
\ been ordered for the occasion. The
ifor The Best Bed Spret. .
oOase }fatTdwQtt8, rdonssion Is very reasonable, within

the reach of all. And the same with all otheroods for Less than a Dollar. '
I J\ ;
Very Trvly
I Mr. S. C. Starr, formerly of Columbia .J

S. C., but who has resided in H. F. RI E.
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this city for the past six months and, LAKE CITY. FLA. J
-'; \' Local News Notes. Miss Sallie Edge, one of the popular \ is well known to many of our people
teachers of the county, spent las. ...u.
merchandise frV
has opened up a general d7 V / V f.r
Monday in the city,guest of relatives'I, store in one of the store-rooms

kind atYoung's and friends. -- ----- --
Garden seed of all cheap I recently vacated by Porter &; Glover. I
'' drug store. Mrs. Frank hey, nee Miss Matte Mr Marr is a merchant of long experience To Care a Cold la One Day Notice.

. Jordan, arrived in the city Mondayon will succeed in pleasing The town registration opens March1st
Mr. C. E. Long, of White Springs, and Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabi -
spent Sunday in the city. a visit to her parents, Mr. ami :I the most exacting customers. He i lets. All druggists refund the moneyIf and clones March 30th, 1901. I

almostat Mrs. R. Jordan. I has already received a large stockof it falls to cure. E. W. Grove'ssignature W. M. IVES, Clerk.
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and ---
Seed peas, beans corn '1 Mrs. A. Y. Hampton and her IterI staple and fancy groceries, drY-I| is on each box. 25c. Stops the Cough and Works off the

cost at Young's drug store. Miss Nannie Flint, spect Saturdayand I goods, hay and grain and will I thanks Cold.
I I The country owes a vote of
Judge W. M. Ives spent Wednesday Sunday in Live Oak, visiting: it as occasion demands. He buys iu Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
i Senator for having publicly -
I to Morgan
la Live Oak on legal business.Mr. : friends and relatives. !! car load lots and is able to dispense cure a cold in one day No cure, no
: exposed the subserviency of Republican .
B. Bare of Elko, S. C., is in Miss Nannie Flint, who has been goods at rock-bottom prices.A -Senators to the British ; pay. --

thet guest of Mrs. Lembrick._ visiting in the city, guest of her sister i I' very beautiful monument was I I government in dealing with NiCdragua I CaH.I _
Mrs. A. Y. Hampton, left Wednesday : I' I Last call for rf
delinquent taxes
of Wm. T. Canal
(4pt (;.)V Cone, of White Springs, dedicated to the memory legislation. j
for her home at Albany, Ca. .
ifliitotJthecitjMr k5ednelday. 1 Strange at the cemetery Sunday 1898 and 1899.:

,wy We carry a large and well-selected I I afternoon at 3 o'clock by the Wood- Persons who cannot take ordinary W. J. EDWARDS, Tax Collector.

J. M. Wilson left last Friday stock of drugs and chemicals of all men of the World. The monumenti pills find it ,a pleasure, to take DeWitt's -- -
Ga. visit relativeb. i I STATE or OHIO CITY or TOLEDO, i
for ,
Waycros, tok and Little Early Risers. They "*
kinds-anything you want see i is five feet high and was made to LCC AS COtSTY i

CoL B. H. Palmer wag in Gainesville advertised call at Young's drug store I' represent a tree stump. A scroll, are the best little liver pills ever senior Frank partner J. Cheney of tae mike firm oath ot 1'.that J_ Cheney he is the&
for it. is I made. A. R. Wise. Co.. business In the 01 Tolcil ,
the first of the week on legal bearing the inscription, represented doing city .. >
-- ---- county and state aforesaid, and that .l..JBrm
bushes. The mercury took a sudden tumble as being suspended from one of repOrts, there will pay the sum ot ONE: HCMIKLEI
According to press i DOLLARS for each and case ot catarrh
CoL N. H. Harrison visited Jack- Saturday night, registering as low as ;, the limbs by a rope. The ceremony are some pretty warm antiAmericans 1 that cannot be cured uv every the u.uf Hall
degrees. This wa Woodmen dedicated the Catarrh Cure PBASK J.CHESLY; ,
this week on twenty-seven by which the :
wnillle and Savannah
|I in Cuba.J. Sworn to before me and subscr.bed m my
business. about the coldest weather we have monument was very impressive and presence, this 6th day ot December. A.D.
had this winter. I appropriate. Rev. R. F. Rogers deI W. Bryan.of Lowder, 111., writes 154.-.- A. W. GLKASOS.t .
Fresh fancy and stick candy Home can Millions of people are familiar I I livered a eulogy on the life of the de- "My little boy 1\ai very low with J SIAU. J Notary Public
always be found at pnemonia. Unknown.to the doctor --
with DeWitt's Little Early liters, 1 ceased at the conclusion of the ceremonies Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken: internally
Rakery. we gave him; !t'otev's Honey- and Tar. directly on the blast and mucou'tkuriaceaoi
I an.1.actll
and those who use them find them citing many incidences which 'I, The result was magical and puzzled ; uesvslem. twndloriesiiinoniali -
Paints,oils, glass, putty and varnishes to be famous little liver pills. Never !! protcd the sturdy and honorable the doctor, as It immediately stopped -I tree. "'.'Cutest & Co.. Toledo
in at Young's R Wise.Mr. and he Sold by druggists.Toe.
any quantity Gripe. A. character of our late marshal. the racking cough quickly Hall Family Pills are the best.
drug store. Walter Penninuton returnedto recovered.! .

),Ir. A. J, Moseley Is having anoth- the city Monday from Live Oak, While firing the national salute at I, We have a clubbing rate of 80 cents Stockholders' Meeting. !

her story added to the 1L" of his where he has been engaged foi the the college Friday morning; one of
Commoner Bryan'snew
with the
Cadet Frank Appel,
residence. several months by the Singer the artillerymen, pAX\
past paper; that is, you can get the
was very seriously hurt by the pre- Lake CUv. Fla.. Feb. :!II. 1WI.
llrt E. D. Hayman spent several Sewing Machine Co. Cmzpt-REPOBTER and the Commoner Public notice is hereby given that the

dayi of hit week: in Jacksonville I Dr. Smith, of Arcadia, assistant mature discharge of a canon. He for IL80 per annum, cash in ad tenth annual meeting Land of& Timber the stockholdersot
II was standing near the mouth of the the Lake City Company
vWtlng relatives. state health officer, is In the city vance. will be held at the otHce of the President In
I canon and ramming the charge home Lake City. Fla..on Monday night March 4.
Mfa. C. A. Finley will leave this this week giving hU personal attention I IW1. at Bo'cUxk. to transact such business
when the powder became ignited There is always danger in using as may come before the meeting. By oder
D. C. to to the several reported cases
morning Washington, ,
I ot
exploded, throwing the ramrod several counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Ha-
J A sits E. YOCSJ,President
TUUner. small-pox in this vicinity.
hundred yards. Fortunately the zel Salve. The original is a safe J.D. CALLAW,Secretary.

\ 'Mae Dillon, a charming Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Uradley were i young man was not directly in front i and certain cnre for piles. It is a -- -- --

young lady of Thomaaville, Ga., In the city this week on their bridal of the canon and escaped being soothing and healing cure for sores ... ... .... ..... ...... ..... ...... ...... ...... .... .
is visiting Miss Ethel Mobley. tour, guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. I struck by the missile. He was close and all skin diseases. A. R. Wise.

Johnson. They left Tuesday for I enough, however, to be struck by the -- -- A LOT OF BRICK
Mr,L. Y. of Talla-
Scarborough, The Fifty-sixth Congress pnt
their future home at Madison."I.
flash of powder with full force and
buse, spent,t few days inv the city : through many disreputable jobs, but FOR SALE BY t,
this week, guest of his parents.Mr. W. Harper" Whiskey is a per was badly burned and temporarily thanks to the alertness: of the Democrats

feet distillation. It strengthens you I blinded for several days. Dr. Appel the most disreputable job, the S. B. THOMPSON. 1
Jack old Lake ,
Brantley, an cold and disease. reports that he is doing nicely and
and helps resist II ship subsidy teal, was headed off. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
City boy, but coy a resident of Macon Try it. It is better than the doctor. I| that his eyes are not seriously In .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..." .r .r v rt

Ga., spent sunday the city. The kind your grand-father used :1 jured. lIe thinks that Frank will en Minister Conger is coming home,

CoL E H. Palmer left Friday for Sold by R. W. Cox. I j tirely recover in a short time and it is stated at his Oft reqnest, but OTIS R. PARKER,

Wafhington D. C., to attend the inauguration Porter.Glover have moved their :I that all traces of the burn will dis. there is more than a suspicion thatit

of President McKinley. immense stock of gro-prie.,11r'gooll:; I 1 appear. is because he did too much kicking Attorney At Law.

1\ I i the administration paid I
MUsSlms, Mrs. Larkin and Mrs. and furniture into their large and I "Hazel Adam or "Driven From because LAKE CITY, : FLORIDA.
heed to the adaice of the Chi-
; titan,of White Springe, were in the commodious new brick building. This | Home," a very thrilling and laughable Minister to the United States .
Thursday, guests of Mrs. Lem- store is a great addition to the many I comedy-drama will presented TAE. J. U NIBLACK.."
I than to his, about matters in China.
brick, large and handsome business house at the opera house to-night by LakeCity -- PIiYSICIAN AND SURGEON

, Miss Bertha Murphy, of Pensaco- of the city. amateurs. Each member of the NIGHT WAS HER TERROR."I Buiduce Phoi 10. U.

li,-arrived Hey Chas. M. Caldwell of S. C., company has been selected for his or i j
la the city last week to would cough nearly all nightlong Headquarters at Wises Drugstore. All
take l course In stenography at theCOlie is conducting a protracted meetingat | her* peculiar fitness for the charac- '!. ," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, .: messages promptly left attended here will to.be
chun'h11 are cor- and each hn an .
:e.ors. the Hapti-t ten to portrayed of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly -
> SurJnylooming l for histrionic : LAKE CITY, FLORIDA.
i dally invited. Subject. i enviable reputation
Moncrief, who has been the I' get any bleep : had consumption
> at 'I o'clock, Dui) of Parents ability Several very amusing and -
KoeUofher If I walked block I
daughter, Mrs- C. A. 'so bad that a

> Pal'BleJ- tki., hat I returned j1 -i < to" her home' in. .:30, Unpardonable to Children: ; Sin.Sunday evening, duced.entertaining Among specialties those who will be will intro-ap- 'I would i i blood, but cough, when frightfully all other mediciaesi and spit LOR3 V(R OF f FRESH M3( l lWin

leans this wilt be Miss Sweetie Perry in of Dr.
even tl bottles
Mr.Frank Roberts<< pear i failed, three
) '> Mn. JolwBchley;: Heine, of Savan ing for Austin, Texas, where he will "coon" ,songs, dances, etc. Miss!I King's New Discovery wholly cured find aU they rw'ut -eat

) ."ah,arrived In the city last Friday, enter the employ of the Wizard Oil J Sweetie has heretofore always!i me and I gained M pounds. It's absolutely the Shop of

> Mil*the guest of her sister, Mrs. He i< a pleased Lake City audiences and wet guaranteed to cure coughs,
Co. traveling agent. all
V'.M.Cone. as I colds, la grippe, bronchitis and Colson & Rivers
bright, energetic joung man, will have no doubt her specialties' alonev throat and lung troubles. Trial bottle .

(, Reports show a greatly increased make the company a valuaole representative ill afford a rare treat. Last, but : free it all druggists. I Mark.corner llar.un: aidHamilton

'v death rate from throat and lung aiid we wish him IiUCCCS"1Jf 1 not least, we will mention Mr. J. F. II I I I K. Young'streets.k l>re(, ppositeJ.

:_-troublet, due ta the prevalence of ''Canova, who has always furnishedi WANTED Reliable man for I

troop, pneumonia and grippe. Wes I plenty of fun in the character of a Manager of Branch Office we wish to BEfit MUTTON, KID AND PORK

;.. visetheu of One Minute Cough "darkey," he will be seen to-night open in this vicinity. If your recordI will be tound here. Meats
-t1ln his specialty of songs and I I is O. K. 'an-oppOrtuftrty-Kil: Kindly utlUered in any part ot
: ba11 of 'bi& difficulties. It is |Iin own give pood reference wit writing.'THE the ct>y We deliver late
the dance The performance will be in tbe"etening tor next
oalJ htnuluB of the A.T.MOESIS WHOLESALE HousE
remedy'that gives This lignAtur* U on every box genuine j
mornings be
v 11IIIed1ate I for the benefit of tne city fire
r: ; ruultoi. Children like It. Laxative Brcmo-Quimne Tablets given Cl.'iCCnunr.OWo. ,
4 ; -a._ Wise. the mokdj thai *.. ehl 1. one <.*i : department. Illustrated catalogue' 4 cts stamp*. LET US FILL YOUR ORDERS

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6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established ,184

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l O TOltlA. VOTICKIb hereby given fat thirty davs I. Notice 01 Di
Ordinance No. 114.Be l> from tills date 1 will on ix-half of for Yo f.f
B.ats the IrjKidYouHa AlwisBoughtAn siati, .>t Florida is-ue .t Tax Un d III R I. IX TUB Til iKIl _
ECZEMA'S1JOH it ordained l.y the Major and tiealcv totter tullimiug des rlt.. I Aldermen of the town of Lake Pity.met. ,: B':g50r #+-#. : H'i air" in.ncstsule of X\\>4 of N"i', 'Jounty. In wad tae
: W', and "J1air<" In northutit corner olSV
IS TORTURE I Florida: !. III NW'4 :-.t'e. .7Tp. S S K 1. t: 16 acres Is ('HANI EaT 8lTrIJG
I a divoneIK and ,.a;'. ot SK'; 1r..6 aires off west" Hide ., :
unlawful Oh111I'rl'.ldwr
F. it shall l-e
Eczema 19'caused by an acid humpr in .. andl'idirt-s off north Hide. ol SF;'t ofF; 4 Sarah Murray. Com pit 'iVH }
in with the for cattle, sheep goats, horse*. L.lli-l' Hi- '.\ IU It >1-. tO gO tl" Sri a* 1'p a.s K 17 t. 41 a< rtv Embraced inn BIU
the blood coming contact any 1 for
chinch' an I hi ir hun prt'ach. A real 'rtitii".ttf. No t!.',and y kin and producing great redness and inflammation mules and asses, or any one ot :.u.-l!. U'itnrinv hand ai.il.ejl IM kite day of .
.. little pustular eruptions form ;onil Wit : ii 'jhltobi nil'tngtu sut<- 1"'I.rUoifI'.>! M, M. Xartrough It appearing it} i!
; animals, to roam or run at lar:'l' ., cause that the ..l.! 't,' CjJwl ,
j".," and discharge a tma, sticky fluid, which! lint to aaci nil > ii ,1 I' t n. order SEAL) J 1' H". i.i.t ares'iicnt (.: tP.,ndant' : Ss!
dries and scales off; sometimes the skin is upon any of the public strtvts oi to keep |'".n'r i : tin i.inuiv. that his re-Jd..nf" Unkli"1Ir1lU4a stateot :
hard, dry and fi:>nied. Eczema in any highways within thrcurpurate limit- -- .- ==:- -= = -- i- per perD whom in t&poenaon > Lat e tile

form it a torment: g, stubborn disease. of the town of Lake Citj 1'Uil.tl.l. Notice for P"flic.ujn.l.crartI S ;tt. "Uidbin5helJSanUJabeMurra It Iii tbe *, '
and the itching aid burning at times are that the.aid GateMiS'
hec. 11. It shall he the duty of th. I'nt <>t the Intinoi drt.-n.iant ,
almost cnt:ear b! ; the acid burning is hereby n'q..j ti, It
.. Laiitt'Ilk! >' liaint.iiiI' } Ia. ten X I'JUIV aPl-ear tad,
bump scents to ooze out and set the stir marshal any policeman{ ; of a.ii KadelDyspepsa >ml.lalntnlli..n n filed on thi'
"'.IU' is n t'r."v git 'ulbat Uc Mitur of [I day in March \ D itui 11I
on fire Sr1vwashes nor other external town, to take up anoll'online. in s tnt 1..ike cat>, Ha bas died "..tlce..t his IBtl'u-1|I the 4th dav <.f said month Ute
applications d3 ary real_good, for cs secure place, and all cattle 'Mil I.> :n Ii..' Hnal louiioiu. 1..1 insuporli U M any
long as the pusca remains in the bloc 111..101.10 under an a< lot 14.ngrss. ( .1H racy in i-efanlt thereof a decree' proSrrf!?
Wuhaandany .1--* _' IKU>> tLalW pr'Kil will i.: rna '< beion. be entered Ue
hccp, Suatshurscs, : against wld GabelbS?
it will keep tj2 slut irritated. ; Curo :'.e Clerk oi the t In nit uurt at l.ak r'"'9. provided by law -_
or one of fuel annual, that niax_ : )la mi :Ma.i J3. IWI .u: L'. .".t'u'r. -. Witnesii tbe incurable
BAD Fa.11 or TETTER. .. .. Map..
ti.tk City Kli :->r the vw, r. Judice ".4.I; "ourt
"For three yir 1 j he round roaming or running at lug NCI3 TII:I S ;; 17 KII' ounb. (',<-.k. nl the:'iIloO.K.seal ot yt
had Tcltt-r < > t., upon( any of such public streets othighway Digests what you eat. < oamrihr. I..!. .u'irW aine.rtoprotr' Vie court b..u". III [.err City, said
,. ''_ .
bands, : ... '
winch c-uwj o 141 -leijin-cil Inici i \+ :: k> 11 11tb. } ol1J.nmtJtor /itUU _
them to swell 'w as provided in Section I. artificially digests the food and aids I.r, A Ii lirnwn GMI W I'l iri and Ja. U: -'- i M i'
their natural -L,' P.t of this ordinance and -immedi.ttelthereafter \ Nature in strengthening and 'recou- 16ung' allot i L.'kilU Kia SEAr.I. C11titOtpla....
of tbe time thefts..->! W. I,. HuMS-liS. "Ii..ll'r. I -,- ClrCilt....;.
wu IC the form r fin.. give'notice 0: the takin: structing the exhausted:: digestive or .
nine cores, my \'-,n- y R- gans. It Isthe latest discovereddigest-
rill muchdiariLifoi., a ud cJuaitig F,.JS up and contorting of any .:L-h anima! ant j and tonic. No other preparationcan

doctors saw the Tittrr.r :4 r or animals,y piling; three wnttei approach It m efficiency. It losiantly -

bad progrer ti I.u*>f.t or printed notices, giving a descr}- relieves: and permanently cures SAY 2 .
lo be cured ai d me}
! could d> uatrtsg; fur lion of such animal or animals, at Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, ,
me HM.kcjly ttrcr I Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
t f bottles of b. S,dud three separate and cuospicuous puby| Headache, Gastralgia.Crampsand

This wan completely was filic-n cured.years 1"-'''<; '' -10'. :I lie places in said town, for the pencil all other results of imperfect digestion.Price .
ago,and I have utter' of five days. Immediately after thi: Me.and$1. Large sire contains mtimps
since seen any SIKH of my eld trouble.''-MRS.t i small SIZe Book all about dyspepsiamalleclf: Oo You !
,B. JACKSON 1414 McGee St.. Kansas CUj. Mo. :i, expiration of the live days notice a, Prepared ty E. C WITTA CO..Chicago, UseStationery
S. S. S. neutralizes this acid poison hereinbefore provided the marshal r-
Cools the blowl and restores it to a healthy, I' of said town shall offer for sale, an i{ :
natural state, and the rough, unhealthy i sell at public outcry, before th EI I. WILSON.. ?
skin becomes soft, smooth and clear.Sffa I ,
4& cures Tetter Ery- court house door in said to\'n., to the, ,

i ST sipelas Psoriasis, Salt j highest bidder, for cash, any and all II I
& Rheum and I
all skin i
such:: animals so taken up and con- I j '
B diseases due to a poisoned I I
condition of the i'finedand, within three days from t

blood. Send for our book and write us : said sale, turn over to the treasurer ,! ., : If you do-and every Merchant does-
about your case. Our physicians have of said the from '!I II I
town proceeds:: the, \\p can sate orders.
jou money on
made these diseases a life study, and jour
help you by their advice; we make cano I sale of such animal or animals, and I I i iI I .- There is a difference in ob Printing.

charge for this sen-ice. All correspondence take the treasurer's receipt there j I Neat and artistically printed Stationery -,

I is conducted in strictest confidence.THE i, for provided that the marshal shall is an advertisement for .1 man's business .
be allowed and of
i paid the sum twen- i I commands attention and shows ..

|tj'-five cents for his services in tJ.k"1 that the merchant i il progressive and up- ?

i; ing up and confining any of such:: to-date as a business! man.

|! Attention! I j!i mall; the sum of 10 cents pertday, : tNDER[ l1IEIL:1.:3itv i On the other hand, "botch" printing A

In consequence of the numerous i j i each; fur the care and feeding any : is a great dealorse than no printing

requests received thc follow intj his I1 I|I and all cattle, horses, mules and ass-1! b.. i at all. '

is issued by the State Superintendentof 11| es during the time they may be con- I A blurred, smeared up job is a reflection '
Collins :anol Caskets all Styles and
Public Instruction for the benefit'
j fined and the of 1U
j sum cents
per I. I'rires. Orders Promptly Filled. I i on a man's business, and in this
of those interested: j day, each, for the care and feeding I I i age of good workmen, iirstcla.ss muchin-
List of texts (with pjMishers ar 11 of and all and
I any sheep goats during cry and artistic type, there is no reason
price*) which questions for '
upon examination I the time they may be confined, to bi \\ hy merchant should not get the best.
of June 4th, 1901, will be
.; paid by the treasurer of said town

baaed: I: upon the order of the town council

Orthography-Heed's Word Lesson, I i of said town: Provided further, that I\
21 cents, Maynard Merrill & Co. N.
; I the owner or owners of any such animals ]

Y. : : su advertised, shall have tbe ,, t .St THC t

P.eading-\ny standard reader will right, at any time before the sale ol t GONORRHOEAGLEET '

-, t answer.CompositionSwinton's. the same as hereinbefore provided ea W6 G n DomeWe Wor

JJ e w to redeem the same from the marshal CURE r I
F School, 32 cents; American Book ('0., I ,
by payin the cost of taking up, '' SAFE SURE:
Atlanta or New York. caring for and feeding any such animals '; CURE YOURSELF '' ,
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard I i.i ... 'have had
as hereinbefore provided. +v \ r cr .c..rsoa.+-- -- r. i years experience in the
cents; American Book Co. Sec. III. This ordinance shall p.' \ (tOO.ATIMHKWISTS. : business and think we know what good
" go Acac ecilia. Co. Lte.
I ... ........ I,
English Grammar : work
Metcalf's CO is and
into effect the first of flay after its 5 just how to execute it. Our
cents; American Book Company. passage and approval of the same by -- office is well equipped with new and

U. S. History-Field's Grammar the Mayor of said town. For: sale I'i (Jeorjje\V_ Price I II artistic type and firstclass presses and
School SI.00 Sec. 1That all ordinances and I
; Americcan Book Co. i; we are prepared to turn out the
parts of ordinances, in'contlict with I very
Florida History-Greene's, 11.25; the provisions of this ordinance be, i best class of printing with neatness and
Williams, Wilkins & Co., Baltimore; I and the same are hereby repealed. :a/tYiYYJ/J.d.tbdnLtt tYWtInY+IrJnLitbtitbiYtYtrt dispatch.i

or Fairbanks, n.'.), H. & W. B. Drew Passed by council F'eb.18tl1 1W1! j I> 5 Three Papers Week I We are not unknown to the people of
J. E HENRY President
Co. Jacksonville.
I It i Lake
Attest: W. MI. IVES: Clerk. "*" i- 6t City ; \\ehaveservedthem well -
Geography-RedwaV'l Natural AdS Approved Feb. 18tb 1901 '. I in the past and are now better
; 1
: ii prepared _-::
vanced.: '1.:.j: American Book Co.PhysiologySteele's 1 CONE, Mayor. 1"1 j fORABOUTT- E e than e\ertogi\e them value received :

Hygienic, II.: PRICE OF ONE. t ;..
---- I for their money in the future. We
American Book (' :
0. Recent:: experiments show that all This solicit a share of the
Civil Gover nraent.Townsend' :% pjptr and the Atlanta r patronage of the J

Shorter Course, 72 cents; American i i' classes of foods may be Twic / 'Week journal far & ': public and guarantee to turn out the ." .

B,.ok Co. digested by a preparation called lit 1:1 j 6t 6t best printing and lit the most artistic '1I

Al <<:bra-White's School, $1.00: i i dol Dyspepsia Cure, which absu ut : I it50i Ii FF i and up-to-date styles. .

American Book Co. ly digests what you eat. As it is the : l I
Physical only combination of all natural Here & '--
Geography--lloj a the ,1,2 you get the news of 1\1
New, $1.:!;; Eldredge & Bro., PhilaIddphia. !! digestants ever devised the demand ;, !: the world and all your local tf I ,?.

;: for it has become enormous. It ha- I news while it is fresh, paying I
Theory and Practke-Arnold'l I never failed to cure the worst cases 4 very little more than onepaj.er fI.
Waymarks for Teachers of indigestion and it always gives instant -S .
Branson'- !
( I costs.; Either is V
I relief. A. R. I 4'I paper \!
, Edition) 1.00, Southern School Boot'! i' Wise. well worth
$1.00 but t
I -- - '! by special fit
: Dspository, Atlanta, and "neport ,lj I The photographs of the heart ny I 4 arrangement we are enabled Prices th6 LOW6Sti

the Committee of Twelve on lluralf now making Ly European astron to put in both of them, 6f

>.::hools'," 2) cents per copy, less if I raers show 30,000,01gstars.( It would | giving( three papers a week ( ;<

ordered in large quantities, Irwin [I I IS.itp.ird he ton bad if any of them g./t left b>- I for this low price. You cannot tf

; Secretary, Winona'ii.. not being out to have their picture: equal this anywhere else, Letter
All examinees will he tested c: |taken. ''I ami thi- combination 13 the 'i Bill and Note Heads, _

iota \\'. marka and Report uTaeUe. _- j!12 best premium for those who Statements '*

t Tar.TO-D It Y take Foley's Honey and, :| want a great paper and a tT Envelops,

-- ---- positivelyprevents pneuiuoai.1 4 home paper. Take these and I Tags Cards
After when or other otrrtons: results from I
exposure or you feel..j1|
cold coming on, take Foley's lTon e', ((cohJ... It may be too late tomorrow. you will keep up with the r t 1

ud Tar It never fails to cureani't! I'I'nll j' (:. _W. Price, drusgjist. IJ times. f'. Programs, Posters,

\ prevent pneumonia or consumption Besides general news, the I
if taken time. If Mrs. Nation's antipathy fur to- T\\!r"---\\'L'k Journal has Y Visiting, and Business Cards. ;I
I Ii
Haco also keel s she much agricultural -
| up may make] -I' matter
some cigar store Indian wonder and other articles of special E 'i Ball Programs,

twsrat' I what t'ell has happt n.d some of the,M'' interest to farmers. It has i i t-

., S ( fine mornings. I : regular contributions by Sam i Wedding Invitations, r.
T 1o ___ I ,
| Jones, Mrs. \\ II. Felton, t

c4 bfl Na now TO UUK: THE ( Iiii'. j John Temple Graves, lion : I i Pamphlets, Tie Checks, __

I : Remain juietly at home add( take C. II. Jordan and other diswliters. F ,
P Punch-out
( t Chamberlain's 1 Tickets Etc. Etc.
II !
I Cough llemedy as directed a tillguishcd ,
PiQ4s t c'i' Can 6e F :
and a
3- quick recovery is Mire .'Ito Call at this office and leave your : .
a S o follow. That for ,
I. grownwithout remedy counteracts subscriptions both papers. You
any tendency of the grip, to result in rjl can get' a sample copy of either' caper : :
1. t
I r.J here ca application. '
Pneumonia, which is really the only f
t 1.t PotasO 1. 1 serious dangei. Among the ten ot 4r r.J ..If"fI'IIII'II"'II''f" f'' .

1 I thousands: who have used it for t here I fiook4Uorka
J Supply : grip| not one case Ins ever born .. ,. $pedaltPttompt'
ported that did '
enough Potash not recover. 1:'or l
I Fr" sale by Geo. W. Price. ,

I ;, and your j, on .....,... I

e profits will be' fount Von Waldersee explains I Attention Given
that his '
proposed man hunt b, '
was ,
large; vithoutPotash merely a 'bluff' to facilitate I to Moil[ Orders.
solutions. Pa> petytrocar,0,0HOYES. at dmodel.aketcb,
Then he bas made the (\M phou tir fra*repwtM rolpottbilitr Ba k lion t
ycir too.ta.aU.S.sadFoee>aaPawu.rbTtWvStrrt '
d iuble mistake of explaining his rEli FliMt term ever offered tn inveatnr+;*.(
iW All biuixM euBO idvico.
h ,]
"scrubby. (Vmr I
__ Mulenus chirm.
III ( Our book, telling about cooiposiftn of trt '_ Tla rmd STTC. A. SNOW & The Reporter
r C0.
a iXZ adapted for all crops, are tree to.!11."tj-. : : S | Job Office;i
s IA Nassau$t., Kcw Ym[, s 9 U.S.Patent Ofix, JIASHIKETOK, D. C.*.
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CHURCHES. System. .I fjI"i'I ,

-F. Puton, par- r 1\\ DON'T STAND-' '- \i
" l1 'raoDIsT-Rev.p.reuhingevery Sunday at 11 The Great Through Car Line From Florida. i \
'i. m:and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school I I _ON YOUR_ HEAD__- ,
it 9:30; a. m. Epworth League 4:00 : 5*II
n;every Sunday. Prayer meet- To The Atlantic Coa..t Line, via Charleston, Richmond and -- I
{fag Wednesday evening at 7:45.ADVBfTSmices The East Washington.
I\ND #
The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and II \I III ___ a 11n+!
:. every Sunday 11 ,; Via All hail. Washington. i! III i( KICK \ S ti
school 101 1 1a II'I
and 8 p. m. Sunday
.a.m. I ITo d \ J \ !
meeting Tuesday ;: .
.- m. Prayer 1 The Southern Railway Jessup, Atlanta, Chattanooga t;; II
.evenings 8 0 dock. I I The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.The fT the poor Printing you have 1 --I ,"
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West Il! Im i
: t | The Southern Uy via Savannah, Columbia and Ashville. I when You can get the
Curtis Grubb, rect u just as easily as Our prices area
Epyeopt.L-rec. J The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery. j jTo i poor. IIII IIII'I
or.. Preaching end, 3rd and 4th I reasonably consistent with up-to-date -
Sundays in each month at 11 a. m. 'I I first-class work. We are prompt. il
school at Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New i i t
and 7:45 PSunday I East,1 Avoid further trouble and annoyance {
The i York, Philadelphia and Boston. I i Trial Order. II'II II'IIby e.
930 a. m. I sending us a I
I Via Savannah and Merchants ,
i & Miners Transportation f@11I
'.ti i Ma Steamship j j Company for Baltimore. I hlllIII
J. C. Timms
_. pBES3YTERIAN-Rev. >: I
pastor teaching every Sunday|' ToWEYWEST1 THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE. +;III III'IL
at-U'a-in. and 8 p. m. Sunday. Via Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. H. L. DODO. PROPRIETOR. II
School 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting !I HAVANA. J. i: I i II Iii

every Tuesday afternoon at 11;i I' ,' M 't tl>tl'.tf- ftr.fG110 J"S I, !\;; !': ill ille
o'clock. ToKovaScotia'l
l Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship $iHeI ll l l $jJ'I"'li

'rupTiST-Cnurch has no pastor. Ser- i & Prince Island.EdLine j j for Halifax, Hawkesberry and Charlottestown.wards .

\1:c:.irregularly.. Sunday school
'!h30 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursday wjntcr.Tourists Tickets will be on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern. Pialnos JACIBSIAMPSELL,
at 7:43. Ladies Help- Western States to all Florida Inserts via Plant System. during the season .
evenings 1'JUMtwl limited to return until May Slst,with stop-over privileges la Florida. :- .
lag Band meet every Monday evening Addresses l'artle in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally "
at 3 o'clock. supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter. O
rgar Established In 1O7B.
'- ., For Information as to Rates. Sleeping Car Reservations, etc.call on or write to
::c Ty', OFFICIALS. 1 F. M. JOI.LY. Division Passenger Agent. '
i Iffi W.Bay Sir. Astor Block. Jacksonville. Fla. Kimball Hinze.
\V. n. DEN'HAU.Gen'l SuiM-rtnteudent B. If. iVntt tx, Pass. Traffic Mgr.. Whitney ,
MAYOR.-F. P. 'Cone, Savannah. Ga. Savannah.Ga. ,

:," CtEHK & TREASURER.li'. J/ left. ---- - -- -. Mil-_THE BIQQEST VALUE ON EARTH.........*otO*.. #
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ASSESSOR.H'. W. Phillips. I All kinds of Small Instruments and Trimmin .. Easy Terms. Low Pjici-s.
Send for Free Catalogues and full information.
l'OJ.lX.'TOR.11'. J. Edward I


.-/ E. Henry, president; L c li i!! iTED I ... -

S.L. Berry, M.L. PlymploH, O. R. '_ I DIRECT LiNE.--

J\irler, J. B. Jnman, J. E. Young. TRAIWS ...QUICK TIME \

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Lv Jack.onville. ... 141', 1311a LvJa'ksonville... ... .r l6 al ? 40 BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
; > COUNTY JUDGE-ir. 31. Ires.SOEEIFP tAr .........!IIU2iJai; ten _. rLJalllwln.... ..' ii uasin, p NEW YORK l
r -IK. AT. uncock. Ar Everett._.....__ __._ ,11'! L. pi .,1 p 11:111' -\'aldo.u-_-.... '. .....1I1iiaIIlJ p1 ,
l't.iKK-J: M. Searlwough.TBEASUKEB I' \ ...._... ...j' 31 Pjil5Up! 11 4ia "' Gainesville-.. ....... ... .1.5611 .. ..plrSavauuab. + CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE,
: Turner. ArFalr1ax.... .. ...- :swp 2 ula __. "Cet.r hey.-- _.. .... o 33",....... 1, i
-/ L. Ar Denmark... ._.... : S46F :! :.l a....... ilnr llnng.- ... 1 lop .._
ASSESSOR J. B. Brown.ftjLLBCTOB Ar Columbia ...... ..-.-i 3111.4 36a-------- ()eala------------------------ 1 25p1220a! ATLANTA,
-C. Jones Ar Camden------------I ? :L1 6 U a Wildwood...___ ___ .. .... 2 lap, llJa.1" .
JI. L. \ Ar So Pines....._...._... lu S: 1 lu 12 al .- Leesburg-----------: S:1IISlO... BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS,
SCPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION- Ar Ralt'ljIb.; .._. .... !I:! 25 a 11 :.i a .. { Tavares.1-.----I S _I 20 a
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.AtwL : Ar Portsmouth........-- 7Wai 5 Sop ......I Orlan COci1'yriunfl IoNERS-R. T. Boozer .Ar Ricbmuud va.m 4 S.: a :i3JI","-",- Winter Park.---- .... .. .1' S :!p I
; "--- CITY
Smith Geo. Ar Wa btngton.m__-...' III.;a. II Su p---- !. ::Dade Clty.__. ...... ..- .; :s 22 p :s ub a IT. LOUIS, KANSAS ,
". ,eAairmall; Frank Ar Baltimore------------It- ) (54a11 Sip "..ti Plant (.11y_.... ...... ... .__. 41 pI 03.Ar a
..4. 81l1itA1on, T. W. Getzen and A. 1dt'lpbla..l: Sups ::56a-J: Tampa--------. .....1 .... .1 I Skp. ft (0 a And all Points East and Welt
P.Bllmpla. Ar New York-...._......! 31131" 1:1: a...... i -

BOUD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION-IF. T. j *('()nneetiiID made at Fernandina
Henry, chairman; S. L. Berry and i with Cumberland Route steamers CJ NO OTHER LINESERVICE AFF6R'

J. E. 1Vee.g leaving Fernandina 1:20 p. m. daily j.; LIKE THIS. I.I .

.". 1. WEST Dl\ do-N.O. i-----: ; xct'Pt Sunday, arriving Brunsw.ick t i

tO LTRT ALE DAR. Lv Jacksonville.---- .....--__.I -13ap_,!_II 03a i I p. ------ THE MEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, r

Third'judiilaf Circuit of Florida rLake Live City---------------____._.__....__ ._--. hI!l1 00 P l"ll,11 :lu'a.,U P ;: tLcave Fernandina for Jhckson. Via favtBUh sad Charlotte, N. C.
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Madl'lOn.n. 111 5i pl 1 as llIe 7:40 and 2-11) m.
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Judge John ,F.-:White,- Live. Oak, .. Monticello_.._..._......_..._ 12 to a+ :s 13 p I. a. _. p. THE. UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, -.
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F14 .'h' : Tbomu.\i.lle.m..n. 11ua .1 ;
Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
.Sta '. L. E. Robinson, Monlgomt'ry.n__ Sill a'--- Arrivals at Jacksonville from north
Attorney,: 1 1JSper. st. Louis_..._........___ .. 14-1 a.{ ;
Fla.t : ; & east, No. 2'; at 9:10 3.. m.; No: 31 at
} Tallab"-4ee..n. _. ...... :3 r THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, j
":' @uinc'_..-__,._...-........-'' ____n -I 2-4.L! :IO pi m From the west, No 2, iZiRicer
SPRING 1'iJULJasper .. unction_.. .m..-_. .n'" 5 1a; l' n. m., No, -I, If.o a. m. From the south L Via J.,up. '

Hamilton county, 4th Tues- :Pen J.toblle.acola_.._..._ .m_.-...... .."-_at \11J No -H, at 9:30 a. m., No. 66, at 3:55 .
; day in January. New.. Orleans-.M.--_. ; .-.I_ 1 4U a 1'. m. ., ,
UeOakSuwanee county, 2nd Tues ---- =. Via Jtsup.VtatibuUd t I
day In .
May. i, 44 solid vestibuled train between Jacksonville and New York, including !-
Colombia 4th No. ,
Lake ,
City In, county II I mail, baggage and express cars, day coaches, dining cars and Thgwtb Trains, Pullman Drawing Room [
Majo Tuesday, Lafayette May. county, 2nd- Tues I through Pullman sleepers between Tampa and New York, Atlanta and I 1111e.pIng Can, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining. Car*.
daJ in June. Nashville. Nos. 31 and 44 carry Pullman buffet sleeping cars: between Jack-
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.' Perry,.,Taylor"county, Is Tuesday sonville and Tampa. J)Ii Tferouft PMlloian Sleeping Can between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, 0.,
,1uAprU. I I No. Wi, solid vestibuled train, consisting of day coaches, mail, baggage '1i vU hevWe, N.C., and KnoxvlUe, through "THE LAND OP THE SKY."
-: Madison, Madison county, 2nd Tuesday i and express cars between Jacksonville and Washington and Pullman
between Jacksonville and New York.
in sleeper j I I'I '
i April. i Nos. 3 andI, Pullman buffet sleeper Jacksonville and St. Louis via nro ab Trains >U Southern Railway are now Operated I
.At.1.1 1'0 !.u.x.'. i I'I' Monticello, Thomasville and Montgomery. la CoBDKtlon with the Plant System from Jacksonville. j ji I {

Jasper; Hamilton county, 4th Tuesday !1 i I' Steamers for Key West an 1 ITixaTi .- t1.'i makes connection at Port i .

in August i 1 Tampa with steamer- leaving I\ln.la.'t. Thursdays and Saturdays. 'I i SUMMER EXCiUSIQH( TICKETS at Very low Rites 01 Sale Jtiaal ta Sept: 3D,1900 i
',Live Oak,Suwanee county, 2nd Tuesday i Xos. 2 and 1, sleeper bjtweea New Orleans and Jacksonville. ,
J.-i In November. E. ST. JOHN, V. IL l'UtE, B. S: ALLEN, !II FM vales,MbtdalM Utonutlon,call OB or tddnu '
Xlak% City,' Columbia county, 4th I 1st V.-P. & G. :'1. Oen'l Sap't: Gen. Pass. Agent. W. T. COSBT, T. P. A., !
Tuesday In November. I Portsmouth, Va. til West Bay Street,JtoksonTUlt.ru. .

''.Mayo, Lafayette county, 2nd Tues- : A. O. MACDONELL, Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. !{ .. It. CBl?, W. A. Tt1JUt, I. H. HARDWICK, O

day ia December. f tt&t Ittwftr, Gco.P....Igt. AMI.Gen.Fast.Agt.,
,Perry,,Taylor- county, 1st Tuesday inOctober,3 \ WakUt iD.O. Washington C.. Atlanta Ga. ,

.1I ko11. Madison county, 2nd Tuesday I


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'= ,<,,," :.!... ...- I SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE OCT.I, 1900. \ SUPREME
.:;: t'f' .::aI'lL. ........ !! Subject to change without public notice.

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: Dille QdclC STA'l1O 8. Quick I DixieFlyerlel 1o'1)'I'rI i ARBITERSMEN'S
.... ; i"l55"'tl 11 :>> '" i, ...... .... '.. ... .... Ar .. lei p IU 4 lua Ii,
I I 1 16 a fit 12 3 I' 111 .... ... ... .UnaliIla. .: ...:............ : 41; I' 111 2 52 a III
{ 1 37 1111 1 .A p ut .. .. .. ....\"irnna ... ............ ... ..2 -.11' 111 .2 31 a 111 of all that is Correct in
15.111. III I''H-IOIIJIl Ar... .......Cnlele......... .... ....Lv "+i I' 1\1 21;) a m
3ta II IMam 2 0$ 111'1 .... ......({) ('.:... ........... .Ar 2 03 p in 2158IUI Stylish Dressing for
2 311 a 111 2 5'1 pill...... ........ hbllrn.. ...... ...........I I\u I' m 1 31 11 m Fine 4
I I 3 1011 111 3 :s) p 111'r.... .. ....TWon............... .LV 1': Ai p Iii 100 a III315a
111 3 :III n m Lv.'I ifton. .... ... ........ 12351' 111 12 IDIt m HATS, LADIES, GIRLS, MEN, BOYS
: 3 41i 8 111 4 ffi 11 111 .. ".. .. .. ....rark5..... .... .. ... .... 12 03 l' III 12 9.1! a nl and CHILDREN. -
I, 367 16 III .. ... ..i Si a na 12 11 a 111 SUITS,
a 1\1 p
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II -lOa 111 5 UII'; 111'r... ... ... .1'ukbista .... ...... ..Lv 11101' rat 11 3.'iJt 111
I 40 505 I'm IN. ....\"u1<:0'-1a ..............Ar Ii 10 a 111 11 35 P m31alll OVERCOATS, The Largest Stock and
1-1 i 11 111 6 {Milt III .. ..... .... .Ja lllr..... ..... ..... .... 10 U.S a Iii 10311' m
/ I 01 8 III f i i6 't 111 .. . ." 'hi Ie Sprlllg'i... ..... .... .... 11:2 a 1\1 10 00 p m1'62111111I UNDERWEAR Variety.
Y \ Y -j'JIIII1 Ar.........Lake lily........ .. ... .1.1 9 (4i a in 9-tOplll O
K5011111 9 lp IU and
BALKE'S ... 7.Oa m 805p ntROtain ,
7 !10a m S:3i 111
II :it II 1'1 .. .. .--.SampsouCity---------------- 737am 752pm FURNISHINGS.LADIES' and
D L) Ii III 9 -tit III \r.... ... 6 225. m 8.fop IU always

ILriv; OAK ha1NESVILt.r:. n.dl5AIII \. -_- theLOWEST .

'7 Yn 111ll Lv--------I vl.e \... .... ..... b 511 a ui :5) inx Ttiltr-H&te SUITS, SKIRTS,
.. l.it\r\ 7 -IOa'lI1 \17 55p mS
(JOa m II 351' III tv. :I/III'-on Waists Uaderakirti, Uader-
.... ..... 00 ,
5.'ia 111 9301' III I.\r.... .. .. fiaiIlL'\'ilh. .1.v 645 a III :) m wear, Hosiery, Jackets,

*HJSKEY Kotrru OUXU SC11EI ll1.FS. Capes, Fine Neckwear aid A

Via Macon, Col G Ih'. N C .t 8t I. R) Ili e..nt R R and connections. FtrslahIits.

) gR e.j Lv. ... .... Lake ............ 6201& 111 -7WIIO- lied Children's
''TED BY ACE.l 9o.ia 4 15 pm"III' 941'11111 II II II: \.. .. .. .. .. .Moron.... ...... .. ..Lv 11 a5 I' LU 11O a DI735(111I Boy* ,
r Y 7 25 ltm \t.. .. .....Atlanta. .. ........, 8.Jpln 75081UIma1l1 SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS, 1
& 1 iii in Ar. .. .. ...( ......... .. 255p In' 30.allllOam
mid Modal at Atlanta Exposition. G 65.11111I l .\ .. .. ...... : llVIlle............ 19101tll1 9301'111 IDtflEBWa tad FURNISHINGS.
12-1' PI 7 !Iia \11'r... .. ... ....Ht l.ou'I. ..... ... .I.v 8 "-11 m 81611 m .

the=best and 70iaiii ..... ..t'illl.illatl1.... ...-:.:.l.v1100pin 1100alu C. U. n. J SMMWH tqT HAIL Hkr OTDESi purest ffillll1 915pn1 J ((I Ii 111 \\\r.... .. .......Lhioagn; .. .. .. ......1.v ,00.. PI ............
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;Whisk1.y sold s SAVANNAH GA.
When no time shown train ilo not flop ,
"tea South Tra us Nos 3 8n,14 the "IHxic Fiver" have through steeper between St I. nls. Mo..
., anti Jacksonville.. viaVaUloitn.aiiJ through |.arh>r sleeping car an t roach between
"*". Macon and lUlatka. oj cn for the reception of passengers in Union Depot. Macon

S 4 &CO.TI.U.S.A.Proprietors,I 9:00 orcnmed'unlil WI .t1I 111.CMECKLET.ii'lremaiiMiiiVaf that time.SHw" )iiriiioiiVpotoii return until C. A D.7:30 FISH iti.ak@CStyli a 111., and can. be. B. H.' Levy & Bro. ,

{ Ila..r fwd .in win I Vie President II*REV"o I IILU.

a.cwdttW C. B.Cell'Ttnnn Pal''i Agents .cot;.Ga. V P A Jacksonville: Fla,.

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8 ,'" THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1814';
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coughs l m il il8 Rushlike R. R.t[VVORMS !
)LEYJS Honey and Tar cures ?! la 4 ;*T B ci.Qsy

and colds, hoarseness and croup, Run* through cars to Pen.acola.j! For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. (

Mobile anl .New Orlean. to fllTminuham. | SOLD BY ALL on.Tr&GisJAMES :: : T$.

bronchitis and h grippe. \JV evea I Xa hvihe and St. Louis to j PrepaNd byr..., F. BALLARD St. Lou!
">"'>* '* S
J\JWWV V > i VirW
and Loui iile! Cincinnati and Evan :
Pleurisy, pneumonia coco .X\\ > the worst = e.
ri rile anti to Chicago without :eavinn C
S\& > case's, are al- --
sumption are prevented
train. For rate, schedules ar.
by Fole/s Honey and ways relieved and byFoley's sleeping-car reservations write to or P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR- -- -- -

Honey nil on

Tar. Asthma and ./ fcyX'Ta and in the early l>. II llui'ictxs. Fia.; Pass. &t. $? BUILDER

consurap- / \/ stages it cures them. 2Ai West Hay Street, ;.'--; -:--

X / The Proof that if has done these things Jacksonville l"a.
tin, *y ...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA...
v js on file with your druggist. We guarantee
O C. L. STO E. G. P. A.,
it to do all these things. Lou iii1e. Ky. A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES.
Note. There is notiing"jist as good"1 or"jost the same"asFotey's
Haney and Tr,although there are substitutes on vtuch
;.. O dealers mate man pf jit. ,
Notice --
i, BANNER SALVE cures piles. It.s guaranteed. I.hereby girea hat this date I willja liohait ut he,tateoFlirlla. ;
/. : .time las deed to F. M Doajixsstor Storm Tornado and GijcioneDEST InsuranG
the toll*>*iti2 de rribed land to-wit:
4 Sold by Geo. W. Priced The s>E H of SB'* and S', of.SE Y of Section -
3t Tp 4 S. R is Ka. .J1I acres:and S"
U of X w'i and X W 'sOfSlti qr and E..o; AMERICAN AND FOREIGN IXSL .AX'E --J
SW qr Section 33. Tp 4 S. R t1l Ea-,t. 161.acre. > ; COMPASIC3 P.EI'P.ESEtiTED""" .}j
embraced in certificate Nos.JT6 and:3i ; ,
i Witness tar hand and seat Dec.Sist. A. D. !i iJI
: 3T f Nit t "ter 2 : i&oo. Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in businJI
; I T.tl i I | Sly it. SCABBOBOKUH Oitct: Uj-stairs Vinzant Block. .A
FiFr'B: j:; Jl" SEAL--, Clerk Circuit(ours i I I'

-- Chalker & Small Agts
It comes like a thief both: day and night. ao>i steals away your borne or business. I. I; ,
<: t You. cannot fiord to run the risk without Insurance Protection. I Re rcR -
sect the very Beat Insurance Companies and will take pleasure in E; J. D. CALLAWAY, I I
Insuring your property. Prompt adjustment Paymentof
ail Los-x-s guaranteed. 1 make no cbare tor Ant Ji'
ing policy as usually charged by other agents. '+ e I :OKE .

I l Office:105 Hersaido S:., near Baptist Clurci- REAL ESTATE AXDIXSL'UAXCE
t. AtSEXT -
T. R. HODGES.x=- PHONE.NO. 34. S $20
: : Lake City. Fla. .
;Jl'7 1SJji.E 1 lE131 1.1'131'4; > 131i1"i,<:1 lEl''''!4.. ,.. -!

Teachers and Prospective Teachers
; A Bona=Fide Salary. :

> Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Ry.AND !! $I2 Weekly. i j i I,I irill find t ity Cevi College.w Classes :at the Late '

; M<*n and women to appoint agent and j jt
--AND-- i represent u.Jifcie to travel otterj I j i
: ical work.'tck1r: salary and !iexjiensev I
tll Western and Atlantic R'y 1! jiii'i-ant permanent positions, rapid i: -
advancement and increase of waarst I
\ rite at once. Adares15CTLEK ,.
"Battlefields Line"To A \LGER.d1 I except railroad fare for one term.
Iky.L tSEW IIA ns.('oss.Ii. I Send for circular tot

Chattanooga. Sl.ht"lIle. LouUTillr. Cincinnati Chicago St. Louis Memphis and alpuint l ., I
M rst. for rates and schedules, write.t<> i i i W. F. YOGUM, Lake City, Fla.i .
C. E. IfaR.us.G. P A.. Atlanta.Oa. T. 31 DOYLE F. P.Jaiksonville, Fia.SUMMER I i .
1 DENTIST, :I Ii j i

i Oilioe upstairs in the rear of Pri 1 I Store. 1.4Et'rM.l"i i j jI -

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> ; Jasper Ha. I I Lake City.*!a. ; BUT BEST ,

o HEATThe O RODERSON & SA1AL.L. ; ( Well Fed

O thermometer will goon te climbing to the Summer JTTOK.VE1TS .IT L.-l U:
heat mark. You
will soon be wtfbing you could O
contrive to get along without that awlilly hot'range.- j LAKE CITY AND JASPER, FLA.O 'I husbands m-aTcthe:

RYeanA Will do a general practice in State and I I j best husbands.and s<
p Federal courts. C'ollectium and conveyam
BLUE FLAME> \' zant Ing. Block Lake City office: ulstw-lvr.second Ioor'I their food can best -

% > be prepared on the ,
Blue Flame makes an ideal beat for conklng-quick,
convenient and economical We have stove you want .
It costs but little and is a labor dev
treat saving ice.
O All 1U's-1Ir1th or without cooking utensil.O ... O T. R. HODGES New 7V

O Attorney, at Law and So- ,

() O O': -licilor NOTARY in Chancery.PUBLIC.' ;

S']>eclal attention given t<>Commercial collections -
Try You >) and execution ot Deeds. Esnterprise REQUIRES LESS FUEL
Mortgages and all other Legal .
. O papers. Otttc: 1l/5 Her-
{: O an can J near nando Baptist street Churrb.PHoJoE 'I : THAN ANY OTHER STOVE :

,; W O No.3L
"Iron Afford
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;' % King" I I ItYou'll > T. B, OLI ER.I' For twenty years the premier stove of the South,

ATTORNY-AT-LAW. made from Southern material by Southern work

o IV I I O'I'> LIKE crr FLJI. men, and giving ideal satisfaction in over 200,000

O : COMMERCIAL A SPECIALTY.COLLECTIONS 1 homes. Retains beat and bakes better than any

Have Better Meals and the Cook a Better O '' Office: Marion street np stairs over Mrs. other stove. Sold under guarantee. If your dealercan
O Temper.I T.A. Perry..building formerly occcpied by
>. Boozer &Callawar. not show you the New Enterprise, write for
carry the most comple line of Practice in all State Courts
Queens- I prompt attention -
O ware and Tin-ware In the city. Just what you want- .<, i to all Unsmet. Mortgages and Deeds. either of our seventeen department Catalogs, and
prices the lowest considering quality ot goods. drawn and acknowledgementn taken.
4 4 MASTER IS CRAM EBY FOHO prices, showing everything used in the kitchen,

o Till-Roolillg and jant-98) COUJMB1A. COt TY. dining room, laundry, or dairy. A little postags "

raSpe6ialth.p .i I --. stamp will save you many dollars. . .

t r-- J. D. STREETY.t .---,- xJ: S. SWACKARJ) .

finest line or Tailoring Good's ever .
''I 1 sbow-n in town. tveryPatt-rniscjrre< IIAIIIW&CTUaue..

---u \ouwillhate l hel..ctjon. I).)nut BodifficultT.end vonrordrrawa in making\- 1! i :,.StDynRugu,TJntrtluteJa "
/r orwaltMdav-a pair of 1'autbu. aid Grates. :;
/ -ffi call and see my tine ot Curia 12aU- ,'Oll'M'1..cllun ....ay.a..o..at..trweu.e!g .:
and ba\'l'Go..ds made up';aaio ...IUTA11 DUt...MChloa S
day. I'ertect tit Guaranteed.Clothes ,
,Crockery,Glassware i,
< ", v Dued, Cleaned and Prejs:< ArtaidHdidiyGacdtA'
CoP.eer no;"'uit.t Icaaed J
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