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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 8, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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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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WASHINGTON LETTER. I wise the cadets from West Poi rt and i i bfrittered' away. I commend t.) the dead give-away, showing his disappointment To Cure a Cold in GJS Day
From Annapolis, who had not participated j!{[ tyrants here the plunder they will because the whole looting Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
o ar regnlar correspondentWiSHKGTON in an inaugural araJe,.bines ( rant's get. Tor mjself. stand true to my programme could not be carried lets. All druggists ref jnd the money
D. C., March 4th. second, before, and the regular ,. conception of duty and I condemn I! if it fails to cure. E. W. Gove's
. Vet the second inauguration of troops from every military post in ,. the infamy they are perpetrating." '! out.The Senate Cuban investigationcost I signature is on each box. 25c.
.Mr.McKinley was certainly carried reach. In addition to these, seven i j Mr. Hull, of Iowa, Chairman of the : about $15,000, and amounted to I '
I Mark is his
Twain putting popular.
1 \ tirop-lj on an imperial scale. As in warships were brought near encih House Military Committee was nothing. The report of the Committee
ity to a severe test by talking sol
F ( ancient Borne, the people are amused to have their entire crews in the pa- jeered by the Democrats when he says further investigation is
i. j with gorgeous pageants while they rade. All of this cost a heap of I I acknowledged his connection with a unnecessary, because the frauds are i l much.

..:.. :arc}losing their most precious poa-money, to which must be added the'1!, Philippine land and lumber company. now being bandied by the Cuban Persons who carmot take ordinary
: MttloE-liberty.. It was fitting, per- jO,000, which:: the use of the pension courts. It is understood that several pills find it a pleasure to take De-
; lap i%that a man who had just been office for the inaugural ball, cost the i I I True to his declared intention of prominent Republicans felt very Witt's Little Early Risers. Theyare
i jiven by a subservient partisan mar government. Like the legislation of', putting the Senate on record, Sena- much relieved when the report was the best little liver pills ever
, J.ritvc Congress more autocratic the Fiftysinth Congress, now happily -I tor Morgan offered his Mcaragua announced, owing to their knowledge made. A. R. Wise.. .
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-pored than was ever possessed b> dead, the second inauguration of Canal resolution, providing for acquiring I that any real investigation ----
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l >:' IBJ American President, and more Mr. McKinley was conducted, regard-I the right of way as an amendment i I would make things very unpleasant The strawberry is a lowly pmt,
but would believe it after
;than many! kings are allowed to ex'erdseabonld less of expense, and the dear people to the Sundry Civil Appropriation I to them. you never
::% be given -an imperial must pay the bills for both. I bill. It was killed, as he ex- I Democrats have no reason to complain pricing a box of the early ones.

1. -' MMpjratlon. It was also in ksepnf Some wag started a story that the pected it to be. The vote was 3t to when the work of the Fifty-I There is always danger in wing
.with the public extravagance two Colorado performing bears that 16 to sustain the chair's ruling that I sixth Congress, which ended just be- counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Ha-
\ .Wch! has grown to such stupendous were carried in the inaugural paradeby the amendment was not in order. before noon to-day, is studied. Be- zel Salve. The original U a safe
': "aealrnde under his first administra- a fool-election better, were captured Thus ended the disreputable though ing the minority party they could and certain cure for piles. It is a
; ; Hou,as to stagger and frighten the by Teddy during his recent successful fight to prevent Nicaragua not prevent extravagant appropri- soothing and healing cure for sores
!. t"Menative- element of the country, I hunting trip, and all along the line, Canal legislation, which is over ation, but they did prevent the put- and all skin diseases.. A. R. Wise.
or '.' ..>tat more public money should be was constantly heard: "Here comes whelmingly favored bv the people of'I ting through the most extravagant It's getting about- time for- Poet
; *! pon: hit second inauguration Teddy's bears." Mr. Roosevelt is this country, and which the Republicans ': single piece of legislation proposed Laureate Markham to throw a poem
I r; ;%thin was ever spent upon the inau- said to have been made quite angry I pretend to favor to the extent! the Ship Subsidy bill-just as theyI on "The Woman with the Hatchet.:'
f! Jratlon'*o any other President. by the story and especially by the of having had a bill passed by the I I compelled the Republicans to aban- .\.. --
h : : inauguration continued public reference to House tne J. W. Bryan,of Lowder, Ill., writes
; t-f11H public. 'will be and I I 1 i during war taxes, both of which were "My little boy was low with
treasury never I Every Democrat in the House tion. Senator Morgan cannot bej i i substantial victories for the minori- very
F t)1I.OW1Iw but that It is an enormous four Republicans, Loud, of Cal.; blamed for having asked to be re- '!Ity.I pnemonia. Uaknown to the doctorwe
him and Tar.
Foley's Honey
-;, 1tll11D10nc can sie. Four companies McCall, of Maso.; Mann, of Illinois, lieved of the duties of Chairman of I!I I The gave result was magical and puzzledthe
,; ". iii.ft I tdcan troops were; brought and Driscoll, of New York, voted the Committee on inter-ocean canals I I' Reports show a greatly increased I doctor, as it immediately stopped -
r J > way to Washington to march against the Army Appropriation bill, and he never spoke truer words than death rate from throat and lung t the racking cough and be quickly
,??J4theImperial parade, samples of which was railroaded through the when he said: "The Republicans I I troubles, due to the prevalence of: recovered." .
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:dental wb jects, ail it were; like- House, because of the Senate amend not friends of this canal aud they croup, pneumonia and grippe. We If the cotton seed oil meu combinethe
i Mr. ? Caar of know it."' advise the use of One Minute Cough
ment, making McKinley, hull thing is gone.
'j the Philippines, and Mr. Cooper, of Mr. McKinley didn't like the Hoar I Cure in all of these difficulties. It is
4+ Wisconsin, Chairman of the Com- amendment to the Philippine amend-. the only harmless remedy that givesI NIGHT WAS HEn TERROR
I immediate results. Children like it.
mittee on Insular Affairs, declined to ment to the Army Appropriationbill A. R. Wise.Sampson'e. "I would cough nearly all nightlong
which heads off much contemplated -
vote at all. Democrats made themost ,"writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate,
of their small opportunity to I I looting by preventing: the idea is that the man of Alexandria, Ind., Wand could hardly -
condemn the Philippine legislation.Mr. I granting of,long-time franchises and "behind the gun" should in time of I II get any sleep. I had consumption
I LLs DeArmond, of Mo., said of theRepublican the disposal of public lands in the peace eat his dinner at the second I I so bad that if I walke a block I
policy: "They shrink I I islands, but he did not dare to veto I table. I I.I would cough frightfully and spit
'&*to I pM liter, and the bill on account of the amendment -I _
cure for aa hour
discussion
from even I
|blood, but, when all other medicines.
,' tfekl headachi, Jaundice, or two, and rush blindly along the,, as that would have been a I 1{II. failed, three $1 bottles of Dr.
tlon,etc. They are hi- I I LL New
-to path of imperialism; they spit upon !I King's Discovery wholly cured
& prevent a cold or break op a United. I ,.me and I gained 58 pounds. It'b' ab
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r= ( Purely vegetable, they States; by trades, bargains, and,connivance ........ d lb1iIII y. BollIi 1 This lfintuT lice every box cf the genuine colds, la grippe, bronchitis' and all
taigas-J CoIldKa or delicate women. the rights of ten ,million I s \ Laxative Broico-QuinJne Tab: tI I throat and lun,! troubles. Trial bot-
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mained a subject of .Victoria tip to terious murder in the '1end roin'dis- ..
THE BRITISH BULK. his death. I IKipling's trict.

famous stwj'. "The Man ', "Une1le.... a yours man vvho belonged -

Who Vt'uuMi: IV Kin?." is fouuiud on I to an excel'tnt: family of this

Ear a Knack of Getting Into fact. An t'x..n sonant. Coupr.. who I"eil.v called! al hen!>|uartrrs and astonished

Lands. had con.u to grief in his profrsMO'i, ] everjlindy by declaring be Lctlcnniniitteif i
Power in Other
obtained the powers of a monarch in : the crime. A little qUI'S'tioning d l

r Knfrit-tnn.! This is a wild end ('al4'l j thowrd that his sto-y could

Y- I gerons eoi.utry at the back of Aghacistan. :- not | os.;il.bc. tr:;;-. aid finally: readmitted
CotabU IMUBCM of tack RelU la: I M cuii-
; : ,;t re was :Ivi.-ig. > 14
north of Imlin &I: !, as a
<, Stiultarx Co..tr1eDa.potio |!I !. taking
osity was highly exeiUd. am .
rule, it is certain death for any 1'u- ,
Comtrel Excrclicd by lelf- i i him to onhil1e I tried to draw from .
who u found there. The II [
ropean
Had Kims. I:I Kafris are one of the cruelest and 'II him the reason that had pn.mptcil The Kind You Hare Always Bought, and which has been fj

.I mod turbulent racv on earth. Yc-t such an extraordinary;< and dangerous in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of .

Not only does England govern many tI,:. man, who went there: without fol- j piece of foil}. He told me "it bhJstt'ril'al and has been made under his per :<
peoples on her own account, but Englishmen I' tears that he had brooded
'I' lowers 01" money, was ac'nally installed | sonal supervision since its infancy
seem to have the faculty of and found a strange
about these
iiigiatinting themselves with till as king for a short time. HP excitement in 1nk. Allow no one to deceive yon hi this _:

other nations and practically running !; was master of the Kafri language and i< ing and relieve'pleasurable that he was the man who All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but ?"
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and to himself
manners. managed pet
them. The most conspicuous of these aeepted as a fort of godVhie J had done the deed. That grew uton| Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

liritons just now u Sir Uobert Hart, \ h? was kinhe did the thingthoroughly ', him until I suppose, it became next Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
who controls the customs service of door to an hallucination. At any rate
China. IIi name and the story of and A'ofl'rnel1'ell: also! i! he could give no other explanation.Of .

I.isrise, and achievements have been surrounded himself with money course, such a man sh ud have What is CASTOR l
horses and scrxan's. His reign. which dan-
in the newspapers so much recentlythat been placed under restraint as a
i while it lasted, for
it is all familiar to the public, i: was popr.br gained I gerous monomaniac, but the police Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare. .f
i him the reunnce of the people, for
Lays the New York Press. In his petition 1: they believed him to be a genuine have no facilities for handling cases gorse, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It :.
Sir Robert has nothing to do of this kind and the family were averse
deity awl worshiped at a teuipUhe I contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotiy _
with England, he has contrived 1 fee
yet to :sending him to an njlum.
. Its is its It destroys
had erected: to himself. He tablUhed substance. age guarantee. Worms
to do a good,turn to his native land him frequently on the streets. Some
many times. One time when Russia : the brginniK of a great horse i few false confessions are made for thedeliberate and allays Fereri.slmess. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind ri
trade with .\t hani"tanhirh has i II Ii the Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand
wanted to advance China a loan and purpose of misleading
thus get China In her power Sir Robrt I tlouri.bf'dI'r since, and the eoun authorities!. again, they are sometimes Flatulency. It assimilates the Food; regulates the

checkmated the game of "Adam- try certainly prospered under his rule. made II; prisoners solely to secure Stomach and Bowels, giving, healthy and natural sleep
He held the throne for .
zad the Bear That Walka Life a only a year, I II a transfer to anotner city. It The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
rival chief aroused faction
a a against
Man. I is a brand of crankiness that might
I him and had him murdered.
Corea the peninsular country that j well interest a specialist.' '
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juts out of China, has been managed I Ii |; i [
fair years by MeLeavy Crown, who CURIOUS TYPE OF CRANK
G. W. Price, the druggist, will refund -
holds immense power in the land. He i Bears the Signature of
is private Briton like Sir Robert | The Oa. Who Cunfe.it. Crime H e. your money if you are not satisfied -

Hart, and has the customs, finances, Never Committed Annoy. after using Chamberlain's

irovtrnment and practically the nation -i! tile 1'ullce. I Stomach and Liver Tablets. They ,

in his hands. He rescued thecountry cure disorders of the stomach, biliousness
from bankruptcy, showed the i I "The most curious type of crank constipation and headache. '

how to reform the In the world, in my humble opinion" | #
ling army, swept Price 25 cents. Samples free.
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away official swindlers and leeches and I said an old police officer according to ] I I

made a happy and prosperous nationof the New Orleans! Timis-Ucmocrat, "isi I I The federal authorities have suppressed The Kind You Me

a country that had been in a bad I' the .fellow The: Julsidt who makes public a fake Las no confe9sion. idea- i,| four newspapers in Luzon. :i Always Bought

state. It seems to be against the law to tell .'.
hew tLat sort cf ocr ||
frcquiti thing
For a case of despotic wielded In
power Use For Over 30 Years.
> rs. Whenever" we Lave a murder j the truth in our new possessions
l>y a Briton there is an instance nearer _.
:' m>sttrj tie authcritics arc absolutely! - THC CtHTAUH COMMIT, Tt $U.nAt.7.Lr7, KCV tOBK CRC.BUIE'S .
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of ago, ruled a large part I i IJl'rsor.sho assert ro itl\elJ that'i I r mild and gentle, easy to take and :
Morocco and was by a long way 'I 'J
thy have ct-niiuitted tIe crime, and t j pleasant in effect use Chamberlain's !,
the most useful ruler the country everI I i .
: >ad. He was a Scotchman, and hada I j those Ftcries are geerat.j self-evi- ] Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 '. .m -----1

knowledge of the Moors and! the ) dent fabrications. As c rue: the confession | cents. Samples free. Every box !I

Arabic language that was unequaled crank writes a Utter and now i ii i| guaranteed. For sale bv G.V.. !: SAW
i and caain-ucications: are tolaus| [ ,
Price.
by gay man who ever lived-except, I :

perhaps, the traveler Burton. 'I ible would and circumstantial be thrown cr.inpletely that the police off- I !j! Four Miles West of Lake City. J.

,, He.was originally a mining expert The most unfavorable sign that
the track were it not for the fact I II i i i First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed order and
and he opened and worked some tin now menaces the future of Democracy to delivered to any
that they are always on their guard of the City on short notice. Address : ,
mines in the back country for the I is the growing disposition of the
W
kind
at just that of false leads. It ii'

close benefit friend of the of the sultan.monarch He,became who made a I very strange, and there teems to be New York Sun to desert the Repub- S. P. BLUE, LAKE CITY FLA!:

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motive an' insane
absolutely no beyond -
hi:%i practically a ruling viceroy, who I Illcaus.I ;
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passion meddling. -
did the work and took the credit, leaving I I ,
the crank will present him- WORKING 21 HOURS A DAY. -
the sultan to amuse himself without i
the anxiety of governing. self in person and insist upon being There's no rest for those tireless 'Lae Gitg
icckeJ but his first few words Bottling
t up
Finlayson remodeled the army, reformed little workers-Dr. King's New Life
I will 'usually betray him, and unless
the revenues, and soon Morocco Pills. Millions
are always busy cur-
he is violent! heis quietly escorted -
J began to flourish. He did whatno t j to the door. A.vcty singular incident ing torpid liver, jaundice, bilious- '' dompanij
sultan had ever been able to do -r
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r lept the wild tribes of the interiorin of that kind took place seven or eight ness, fever and ague. They banish -_ : t t t .

something order. i I years ago in connection with a mys- sick headache, drive out malaria. i.
approaching I Never gripe or' weaken. Small, t1+015t5TiaUtT3
Piracy and robbery he weeded out j 1) i taste nice, work wonders. Try --DEALER IX- J
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i to a large' extent, but it was impossi-I I them. 25c at all druggist I

4 Lie to stop them Altogether. He paid !\ The editor'of the Fordville, By., -- -- --- --, ._- I
t off the Miscellaneous, writes Cool Drinks Fruits Vegefc
national debt of 10000.000 and as a postscript i China is said to be trying to
:, increased the nation's revenues from '! to a business letter: "I was cured of } nego-
- $750.000 to 2500000. j:,kidney trouble, by, taking .Foley's | tiate a 400,000,000 loan in this coun-

to He lived the life of an Arab chief,'!I Kidney Cure." Take_ nothing else. i try, which may account for this coun -- bles, Tobaccos; Cigars
[ G. W. PrIce. .
i iI try's disposition to call a halt the "
but kept to the Christian religion. lie \1 I on I '
p' was obUgtd. however to conform to '1 The wholesale whiskey men filled looters. ;
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Nuts Raisins Apples
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ceremonies of Mohammedanism Mrs. Nation' paper with their acK i!
I far he too tactful SAYS UK WAS TORTURED.
was to excite preju- This is in the nature of helpful information -

dice. The nation at large really i I, to "smashed" retailers.I \ "I suffered such pain from corns I And Fine Candies.

tllOu hl.a him an Arab by birth. He I __._._ _______ I could har.lly walk," writes II. Robinson r
was always traveling about the country J: For the mess and II MANUFACTURERS AXD BOTTLERS OF
prostration
i weak
Hilbborough, Ills., abut Buck-
.. with his suite, turning up unexpectedly lIe held the chief post of nothing so II len'd Arnica Salve completely cured Water, nparilla, Strawberry, Cinger

'.. justice and was feared and esteemedas I I i!' prompt and effective as One Minute I Ii them." Acts like magic on sprains, Seltzer Cider, Etc. _

Cough Cure. This preparation is I II bruises, cut, sores, scalds, burns,
native
no subject When 'I I .
ever was.
1 Geo J Davis Manager;
j boils, ulcers. Perfect healer of skin ,
highly endorsed j
some of his unruly subjects raided I as an unfailing rem- diseases and .

,. Spanish territory and nearly caused edy tor all throat and lung troublesand all druggists piles. 25c.i Cure. guaranteed > _ __ __ '__ __ _____ n __ __ __ _=-- __ __
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, a war, he pulled his adopted nation I its early use prevents consump i I .r<..ffa''aat...--....,22TVt-v',.,.<2Xt.T._..'.z.2.,'....,."_tt...,-...,..,*,._. -;0 E.e._.,e..,.......,... .."..,
throitqh the fix and paUl a Email in- tion. It was made to cure quickly.A. I :
.1. R. Wise.j She may forego cockfighting, but
demrlty. Once every year he visited Cuba insist 'ft t I' g LiL
I I II i seems disposed to on her
his native town of Aberdeen
for '
it itf week. Morocco misses him sorely a, j I It is really pathetic to see the cor.- j I right to pull off a revolution occas- The

. stzi now that he is gone, and the coun1n"s J I cern manifested by Senator Hanna II ionally without waiting for the con- Offers to both sexes a good edu-

prosperity is not what it was. I over the extravagance of the river sent fo Uncle Sam. ; FloridaAgricuItural cation along the lines of

i HP died of fever caught in the Tetuan and harbor bill.Pneumonia. I

'_ 1 I 1 swamps, and his funeral was honoredever I \'ou Know What You are Taking I' Mod rn Though and Activitu.

t more than a sultan's. Moroccodid Can; be Prevented. I When you take Grove's Tasteless = = Scientific Literary Military and

not know he was the son of a This disease always results from a Chill Tonic because the formula is Industrial Departments. Most

Scotch tailor, but so he was, and' a cold or an attack of the grip and plainly printed on every bottle showing College. complete outfit of apparatus. Ex-
great man into the bargain. Hen re- that it is simply iron and quinine penses reduced to a minimum.
J } may be prevented by the timely use in a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Short-hand, Telegraphy. Bookkeeping

|lof Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 50 cents. : tauht FRKH.

NOihiUI8 That; remedy was extensively used -- :1 I Send for a New Catalogue to
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., I i j during the epidemics of La Grippe I I "The Private Life of King Edward" fHHilL II I \V. K. YO2UM, Pres.
- Fi !' is on the market in book form .
I Tastes CioodI during tne past three years and not I I Lake City, Fla.

a single case has ever been reported !1 I but we suspect it is fiction, as a true ,, ,, J....,.
I "1 And eating Is simply perfunctory-done ,' that did not recover or that resulted .!: history of the private life of the fj

i because it must be. in pneumonia, which shows it to be a''I Prince of Wales could not be sold ..."'.;. ".>4s.:..<. .":. .;; >1"".<\..i'. :; l:;. .J" ,i'J7.t ...

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Remedy has gained a world wide country or England.
If eating sparingly, leaving ranch of the reputation for its cures of colds and I' --- : -}{} #sr Calc#; :"M>G CnGCi "3zf.i 'fxiERBNE .-

i Usht meal provided, would cure dyspepsia, grip. For sale by Ceo. W. Trice.I 'I FAMILY JARS l .
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few would suffer from It long. I --- :
1 i The national board rf are more often the result of indigestion Nine
t' The only way to core dyspepsia which Is I educators t, than an'thinelse.. I = ;
/ Dyspeptics
t difficult digestion Is by giving vigor and have termed the advocates of ortho- i are usually irritable, nervous, cranky

jUt tone to the stomach and the whole digestive epic spelling the' "propagandists of I individuals who make trouble for all : t Tenths

r system. It is therefore cured positively : laziness., Now they ought to be goo i I those around them. Dr. Loyal Ford's ;' ;:JO' ''
and absolutely by Hood's Sarsapa- -- ---- -'-- I Dyspepticide makes the stomach i lof
rilla. I A FIRE L\N'S CLOSE CALL. 1' right and restores health and happiness Pure Jukes from Natural Roots.

The testimonial ol Frank Fay, 108 N, t! "I stuck to my engine, although in the household. all the

Street, South Boston, Mass., voluntarily every joint ached and .
every nerve i1{EGUIJ.YES the liver tasehand I Bowels '
given like thousands of others, should lead was racked with Senator Morgan, who is not ad- .:
pain, writes C. W.
to a trial" ot this peculiar medicine.Ml !I Bellamy, a locomotive fireman, of. dicted to the practice of making j PeopleSuffer Cleanses the System: Purifies the Blood! ,& r
niece, he writes '
"was a great sufferer empty charges, says that Mr. Mc-
from dyspepsia for six years. She tried pale Burlington, without, Iowa. "I was weak and Kinley is directly responsible for the Malaria! \
many medicines in vain. She had no appetite any appetite and:all URES EUiDusne3< Constipation! ,<
failure
run down. As I of
was about to give Congress to provide for
tt and was troubled with sour stomach I a.bottle.of i from u Weak Stomach and Impaired DlgestlD '
up got Electric Bitters: the construction of the Nicaragua aDiseased. ;
4 and headaches. After taking two bottles and, after taking it, I felt as well as I Canal.AMERICA'S. ,

,. of Eood's}arsaparilla she was well." ly I ever, run-down did in my life.'! Weak, sick- Every Bctib twmti ta 6e! Satisfaction
pcopl: always --- -
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_' Hood's Sarsaparilla life, strength and::,vigor from their Greatest -'AL GrE BOT'rLE, o .s.Tz.: A.LX.DOS .
use. TrI them. Satisfaction Medicine la Liver. Price, GO Cents. -
to'ClUe guaranteed -
promises and
keeps the promise. it
Accept no substitute for it by all'druggists.'.. .. Price. 50 nneqnalled curative possesses I
and
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lit looked awfully uninteresting till I I I ,
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'aw this fide of the tent" .'Peel were silent.
I I There was a sudden burst of ccn-
smiled
and made
room for him.
I' II versatioa when the game cane to an
| "I wonder I inquired, "heth-er}0:1 end. I ki--

i,really think that I believe all your
head pretty speeches? Come nowo tell Children "They will be making up another .
.. hair is me."' : i I set," said.: "Won't you join them?" _=

He took a quick step to the opening
I Dwi't I say them as if I mean
a markedBut them?" He tossed his cap into a cor "We have three children. Before the I; of the tent. Then he turntd.I .

man. | rise and stretched himself lazi'.y. : birth cf the last one my wife used four hot- 1 I "For God's sake Eve," he implored,

the big i "Ohk dear me, jes! You have an'admirable ties of MOTHER'S FRIEND. If you had the : "tell me that it isn't your real self thatis NatureBabies

'''3f' with poor, helpless : pictures of our children, you could see at !I speaking this evening. If you knew ,

bald spot ( woman. I t
I w -? Is not the I other day, do you know." 'is healthiest,prettiest and derstood" I Ii

kind of a mark most He pulled his mustache du'!>iouh! t I J fines! [- ookingofibemall. understand." I saidquietly."Haven't i I and children need
I My wife thinks Mother'sFriend you down in the bottom cf ,
men like. thought"I fhou'd so."be He sat+.looked E.'d if "(!..- won.an : is the greatest your heart just one little bit of loge i proper food, rarely; ever medi t :

Too many men in '. me with a smile. lIe is big, even ODuper.when and grandest in the V for dear me?"? When I love you EO much-my II I cine. If they do not thrive
remedy = ,
their twenties are he is sitting."Only J
"ODey one?" world for expect- I tried to say "\o," but I couldn't. | on their food something is t
,
I j
bald. This is absurd ant mothers. I clenched my hands fiercely and bit

and all unnecessary. "Of one. Written by a Ken- my lips to keep from crying out aloud. Ii j j I wrong. They need a little 1
course you that to all cf II
say tuck jAttorneyatLaw. 1 Oh, he should never never know! Aft to their ,
Healthy hair shows I. them. It is part of the '\\a)'."' He few i help get digestive I
er a seconds, that seemed an i
man's strength. To I considered folded his the hands matter.across his knee and ,:I the others came to the tent. age j i machinery working properly. i I

build up the hair from Would you like me to record a sot.ems m THEB'S "Ah. Miss Eve" said the colonel. "I j
knew that you were hiding here, but Iwouldn't
"
the roots, to prevent I affirmation upon the subject?" he I

and tocure inquired.More of the prevents nine-tenths of the dsuffering another disturb Mr. Robert)OU Let Charmers ne intro-, the i S 1t
'way! lUally, Mr. I I SCOUr !
FRIEND cousin "
of
A Chalmers you are excellent." He re- incident to child- our big friend here. I rose 1 V.

baldness garded me carefully and grew rather birth. The coming mother's mechanically. "He is co>irg to settle f
grave. .. disposition and. temper remain unruffled down here with his wife and Why, COD LIVER OIL

"I am afraid," he remarked at throughout the ordeal,because this relaxIng ; what ia the matter, my dear?" I WmarPOPHOSPMTESerttME&SODAgenerally

length, "I have dens something to cis: penetrating: liniment relieves the "I-I-fel faint" I said, feebly. l'
usual distress. A good-natured mother dropped back in a chair and everythinggrew I
please jou.: I looked at him innocei.'*- r !
usetfIQOIt I ly. It hurt me to meet his eyes, but is pretty sure to have good-natured child. misty. Sone one ran for water, will correct this .'

I I did not flinch. The patient is kept in a strong, healthy think, and the two Robert Chalmers I'I'I difficulty. I I I ;
"The weak of condition, which the child also inherits. lifted m_, chair and all into the open

.always restores f nounced. "is his spot\anity.man He, con I it pro-HS, Mother's Friend takes a wife through the air.I. If you will! put from onei i{

all! bU crisis quickly and almost painlessly. II lOOn recovered. Then they liftedme
of
Z
color doings iDtt'r"t-pl..as or fourth to half !
faded
to or gray dKp.tasing others" :: assists in her rapid recovery, and wards back again into the tent, out ofthe a teaspoonful

hair. Notice that "To his particular friends," he carreeled. off the dangers that so often follow de- : cooling breeze. They insisted upon I in baby's bottle three or four 1 1

word Andit :: "very. carrying me, though I knew I could !'
"always. ;: have walked. Then I times a day you will soon see 1 I Ia
began
Sold laughing
"
.\m I honored bj inclusion in that i|i by druggists for$I a bottle.
dandruff. I
cures oatesrorj ?" Yesterday the question :i!| THE BRAOFIELD REGULATOR COy and talking, and they went off one by marked improvement. For |
till Bob
one only ISub-Nos left.
abottk. AU 4naatL would have appeared needless. TO-!!:! j ATLANTA, OA. my I
i j He; sat down on a chair some distancefrom i I larger children, from half to j
it teemed absurd. j
bead for
our free illustrated book
written
My business eyrie me out unonr I|! me, and looked out through the !
ttnogen a great deal. I would "It is a matter which requires two tiprcuJy for eipmant mothera.. ,! a teaspoonful, according to ::
opening: and didn't speak. j
tetuJly feel ashamed every time I II
to settle. So far !
1 would take oft my hat my hair persons as I am con | thought of se>rral tings to age dissolved in their milk I
say ,
vu 10 thin and the bald spots cl"rnt'dIll.' paused and glanced ii II fl
shoved to plainly. 1 began the DM : j but they diuu't seem the right ones I
swiftly at m? "I'sibly you noutsay i j if desire will
of your Hair Vigor lees than three J So I waited a few minutes for him to you so very I Ii
tnoeths ago. Today 1 nod 1 have uto it was oaly put of the 'vvaj' if I I I perhaps he really hail cared a little. j I
a bald of hair as 1 ever had. | begin but he didn't. He looked so show its nourish-
finished thi'rntencc? !I' "I do not undtrstand," he said 'I i soon great i
I ten" everybody what I need, and | hurt that I felt I couldn't wait '
they ny Mt must be ttuJieil: the tennis carefu'lj' "Surely jon don't mean- can't j any
0&0.Y o ydrrtal jou I longer., ing power. if the mother's
Dec.11 Iied1 He rose hastily to find a wandering i!i mean-that you have merely been prej j |
,atlas.Chicago,IIIr | "It is awkward I remarked, feebly I
.. ball. I | tending to be milk does not nourish the |
was glad to wed him throw iso t !i a i good friends with me? | "that you and cousin have the

teal W**ha wUeh*. a.book. will ou Mod'l'h.tr.Salt. opal and U\lg':r. It' was a litte consolation ,:, "Of course not," I said, lightly. '!same name." your :: baby, she needs the emulI I
m art. II JIMa do roe obtain all ttatoacfiu to hurt his aDty: "We're excellent: friends, I hope. But j ji l li
rOIl up ctd from the ue of "You .. I i i friendship has cer .: in limits." The "It is not unusual with cousins," he sion. | {It will show an effectat f
Vurof, write the Doctor about 1 arl'-Irnpo>ilu.e-this ere n- I j'I !+ ;f I answered, indifferently. '
AMntfi M ing," he nigh before he ha.aeld/ hand i
remarked with hi ever
usual
I my
DL J. C. ATKB goodhumor "No but=' both
I looked mother
o. at him once
I I I so in the we'' ap- upon
Lowell,Man, 1 when he had returned. tightly dusk, and when
"I am because i j. parted he tried to-he almost-Oh, pealingly. and child.
sorry -do you know f j| "I don't see way it matters""People i
j I well, I'll! tell the '
truth. He
kissed
I
was thinking that I am myself for j me. j \
I might mistake for the and ,
i "Is it one Sac. |i.oo aU druggists.
once? j I absolutely impossible forf *.
other. SCOTT& BOWNETChtmbti,New York
.... I
"You f friendship to growl1e touched
are not a bit like yourself, he my i "Ye Do you mean-has "
-- contradicted. |I hand and I drew it sharply away. I At least-Do you know anyone"Yoo. ourcousin'lI ------ ------ -
)
"Really! Am I such a simple 'adl C "It depends upon persons and ei r- wifer

A Good Way with Women I that )'OU have learned all about meia .,: cunutauces, of course," I replied cold- ( "Of course! One of the jolliest lit-
a few :;, Iy t
days' acquaintance? I
asked, :"Do j I tie women in the world. He is deYotedt FINDS BOOK OF MORMON.
cornfu'.ly."I you mean, he said, sternly ( her."
didn't mean that, of "that jou have no thought for me be-1 i
course he i i I
t "People think
might that IlHaoU Farmer HaLes the Clan
T WAS sitting alone in the tent said.slo"ly. "\o doubt tht'rtare more j ond mere friendship? If so, you are were-" you That

J watching the other play tennis.At charms to discover impossible as it .': the most heartless' I drew myself "Ere!" He DDS IP: be OrlgUalManaierlpt..

tost I be seems" I bowed up sti>9y.
to
professed watchingthem. mockingly. "But one 1 "Were married I mean."
AI a matter of fact I was day infers from the known to the un "Really" I said frigidly "you carry> 1:| He stared at me for a moment tie Interest has been created at Carbondale .

dreaming. The drt&ms-I may as well known: the 'way' too far Mr.Chalmers. There I he jumped np. It 111., over a discovery mate by
was a
good
coafeu it-were about Bob Chalmers I "Supposing there is a 'known' to infer is a"point at which it becomes an in- thing that I was sitting right at the Marshal Penrod who lives on a farm

\'i sad myself. He had paid me marked I I from." I suggested. He looked at j! suit. ,side of the tent. near Rongola. Kicently Penrod

attention during the fortnight that he me in astonishment. "Insult! He stood up and'towered 1 When he had spoiled grubbed a back oak Mump out of a )potato i

. 'had been staying lathe neighborhood. "Do jou mean to say that after our { over me. "Insult! That I love you. |! (ern:hod my blouse he demanded my hat and field close to his residence and '
. Some'oae roused i That I-oh, I am a fool to tell you!" II i 1 an ex1 found a acne about a foot long and :
me by slogging a pleasant fortnight-I raised my eye plau.it ion. Po I explained. I
expected
|I "Foolishness I said, meaningly "is : ; eight inches in diameter. The :
hill into the peculiar
tfjiU When I had thrownU brows."Of course I speak only for : that be would be dreadfully but
i,i pardonable. Some things are not De- cross shape of the rtone. offish resembled
out and settled down again I noticed myself. I j es he wasn't. He just his a
put arm aroundme
I l ceit is
one of them: He looked down
': that a couple of men,were talking onthe "I concede the pleasant said and a pocketbook. attracted his attention I

bench just outside. One voice was I i I with a smile that was not intended to at me for a moment. Then he smiled ; As 1 said he has a good with and. upon close examination he found
,f dear old CoL Warden's. The other belonged '.I look genuine. I 1 a wintry smile. t me.-Madame. way carved on its face in the Hn;!lls'i; c'nguage -

: .to a stranger-the gentleman "Do you mean that we haven't shown "Deceit," he agreed, "is one of them. i, I the following:! won's: "'i.! : ;

, 1Iho..M staying with him, I supposed> .i I most of our real selves? That we bate I do not think shall ever be deceived Aa Amiable Eaaml.... stone contains the n:sr:!iii aiurii It.
I'I ,, by a woman again." of .Moroni (plorutrrl-'ll'h fa il: '
(
"Just Matthew Arnold'a freedom from
fancy Bob Chalmers coming, just played a play? : aus-
down I He looked so angry that it seemed when it I The ravages of tine 1st! .in>jnil c
: here1. said the stranger "I':' "You know we Aave"Isaid withy an : I levity came to the ordinary
1 thonldu't have thought there was a n j I air of frankness. "It has been great 1 1I l i>I, to me that perhaps, after all, he had happenings of life has been the sub- made but tittle liej.-lu! ::\ rn the ln .'
really fallen in love with me a little: jest of anecdotes. As tvhool and upon closer e\j 'iiat'ti: l.e fru I
thing at Faraway to attract him." 'lto fun. I really have enjoyed it immen many a ex:
'I I |'i It was wrong, wicked inexcusable but amin he amiable the stone was. hol.on ::r.:: a i r !F itientirelv : :
uaHed contentedly. Be had seemed ly. But I am not such a practical';i ; r was especially p e- '
'I I was glad glad glad! I must find thrrucli it .u.: at i.< th en ,
4nd-something. actor as you. and I am getting a little I I out. hap too much BO. Once he had a class
1 : I resolved. of red ct-dar; p' i s had I..': n .':'\, ,. :
0hl"! said the cokJAel, "I do a.t tired of pretending." He drew his girls to examine and gave them all ,
,
"Tell t'pon removing one o' tf f i':its'-fM-i
k breath me honestly, I demanded "if good marks. A fello1inspt'ct.of noticed
, o.. If ne likes a country life sharply. It occurred to me iin' at : sheets ,
"- iter you you can drop pretense for once-" I it, and objected thatfcome of thee of rarchmfnt'mrt f: rt:< <' \

"I = 'You have no right to speak: to girfe must have been more deter than taining writing in hifrcgljnhics thht
shouldn't
think it was least could not be art .
his line. He's i.f like that," he interrupted furiously. others. "Perhaps that is so," said Ar- ciphtred.Gold
a regular -
society
"knows all the best people." CASTOR "Have I not? Hate you not known j sold, "but what could I do? You we, 1'rudacllon.
.
,. perfectly well,all that they are all such nice !"- Australia and
"Does he? 1 thoul hardly have I!! For Infanta and Children along you would i I very girls California have each
; thought-er--" I never, never be anything more to me Golden Daysv. averaged a production of $4S.O
.t- *WU, yon ate his wifeHis wife! I The: Kind You Have Always Bought ': than.' a friend" ?" ------- -- -----i"- I imuni worth of gold A year, and the Ir.:,\-
I 1 think, he said, "that production $65,000,000has
are ,
TU j you
tent seemed to whirl round I NEWS comes from those'
i Illlt the conclusion of the sentence me. i I, Bears the A // the-" He stopped abruptly. "I don't I GOOD take Hood's iiarsapurilla for I'| also been the same. Each country

also the'reply. When I recovered the; i,! Signature '/ like to. say hard things to a woman," i scrofula, dyspepsia and rheumatism i also has almost exactly the same numa -
her of
mines.
he
stated, after an internal. Then we
visitor
WM speaking again."A UcportsagreetliatHOOD'S CURES i I '
niece of Lord Hertngton" heM'i
I,I
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"Awfully pretty woman. Th* !!I
belle Of her season. lie carried her
off'I'
from I
i a regular
crowd of fellows, somehow -
"
or otJIer Quite a love match."

"He always had a good way with I

*omfll."remarked the colonel, with a


;" Uagh hew-Be ,had- a "way" with one woman I j I: -"EN NIN99 50 CENTS

; :: "A
jolly good fellow" declared the 1'
.tfigtr,
j emphatically. "I can under-
!
and anyone "
;, liking him. i '
,;:. I heard them walk away and Join -

. C 1; ,1I1h. Babel of merry voice Some '

1 ; ':** tame Into the tent and asked me FOR WOME N
;; atahe-one
in the next game,, but I
11 *o d a headache. The excuse was ENt S

:;. trace iv. btlduhe I think but I wasn'' sure about yo

or an.ythiDg. "How
ollld it hire been 10 cruel" 1 kept

.t.i W tbmking to mjKlf. He had seemedItwaSparUsup

) ;, 1xedof? frank and bin .11"opeD. with '
1 women. 'AN INFAlliBLE REMEDY
: decided
"f' *go home and avoid mt't'tl -

'" lot before m n"*1 Ill could had recovered a little.

carry OUt reso-
tioa, my
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heard
:; WI quick step upon the

'rattl ptt1l. I set my lips and made .


: f c ti:tMtothes I5 tUed.t"satistaction.'W61uti-, of He thinking should that not For FEMALE DISORDERS

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dgi .ftU ecatao tho2 ral'd.t.trr- C .i L-RY GOOD5. CLOTHLVG.HOSIERY .
aairae..i is ; thr+ 3.t +sv1 lr ipSJIi..t. zSerest .
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E ;. yf ft* attrt..ru4 tzpsutacici a SHiTS, NOTIONS.DRESS .

, ce-Prta4rsi Cr'-nt'1t is L"s 'IU} 1 CALL fOr-an--PSC1.1ARY- E1.E- Tk Le.t rta1L s.e ac t&tic f. .TiJ GOODS, CAPES r J

:'.. tsirlluastn.to the !tra i*a *eB iessiri rr;+. dzaaherasdcde f cr tf ".
? bea-atx btclii1zb'i J tt
I S CLO4J5 AND JACKETSE
A I '.
1"i. Late C.tr :
..tJ b tt'2lotr41itl ezijteaire c.f lit tLv 141 -I"' :: pie -

.. iYytit116tic "x 4..at. Wth i T t'1ibf' Lake Fa7ialtse 1 t ,1. il."J'te ire :tij 1""" Lrrty itf """".,.. .., .. ''''"".. .. ,..." ..,. !
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are cong. ridaUe for IrerJtj tilt titcxtiTt tff&saojutieii 3p3iG ntydtc -J'fast rear ocr city forerfiiiett ii I LJIX

< g s tbe zcaj.,r te t
;+ aJIIQIBf e ki rtet tf Pr trotdetst3.I (f one rear f rira tin dare, C ,-- tzrirated raze t'1ea.tiT atiy ..j.ttt I

IwturalL bittuig c.fB.. T. iS.+utr. )LL PJ h.i.UUf In.n uutil: r a- j
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ties tf iu i rttc-iit &&ce.Ta E. INMAN & COMPANY i
iW :\.J. PI J an, rxt tU dar
THEKRflARV.5f vie tie idea I
foe tfae tn irlCtics.f such 1 piASr oiF&e
wwk raruifed of.r c.a jw re aurttzuectio :; '
"ti at miht ftjj aFrtr Ch 3.t f.w-t tI 1dfira
: PHONE XO.
oc 0 XE.XR $
DEFLT
tie fact +
.4r tilt the fate tu fcet A lr. co mit1ee. tat 45 case i-ire

<.tU'ndsed.c4, for tie hfSelia; isf A.J. P J r.li.uu elected chairrota inn triei befasz iaa "'..ritf tie .o""' ", ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,. '

,. isccst Ur.t: ash that ..LCS a- _-
tU'.idpal J. caryu ', T:.T; Boozer secretary. aa2 IL 0' : '!!!
,.' is* ,,- bl' -
to flcWk ; bra i3 tics
for !
> MCeMal'J ererf alba to take ,L Wjttfto treaosrer. T&e f aO&tcade -

.- that Uu-rett is the u'slit vtick lit I ibf' an ior'-JIrlmuy clt'ctlTM.D4 ki teem alert tsasdtfray ezsagh: toQ .;o:.'c-!)<.)'..;..,,,.....)<. .. J1
fmirxiatace '.ie2i1 -
:. [;., Tie pr f*.iti* s stilt ads cosom "IC LLL I'I'Z1JIf.UT. C'T Weatjirtxtat tare a iar:-rr '

j.'f lroaib tie dwOt of fake Gtl .1. I.unease CLES rOS' TS GO\'DDD'1';.D'D, ,;a&3 better said pxk force salar.afidcor Carriage Maker and Undertaker 4 : I

Imi ffc a.gs+ssitil sg t4 tIv'\ ;nth (
tee. citiztato per
Every L A ytist J}r 1< r
*.a penceal latei&t is the ad-: major rttrin-s fluQucU per c) arrr U- rasw_ U-J
t at the etmrt- ate. is Lake Chit,:3! Ft.z< it 1rti_ Tri mIsar ,- .2r-:
ear.. Tie*; nlarici Save beta .r- te9ert 1 .. ..,
taiAinraUM of paid
1 poWk affairs. for Itt :Fla-, oa Friday Marct litlu lYJt ,
TESIST HTJJSE w,1
foes IS THE 3 n
; GV. le ie oatcf.tW: > coPe.x4l, leatis a
> a* ectweaslcal iDrr {aiatrre from e"dGck L te, to 4 e'ciack, jt. ;

.a.id.uJ .U rant r.ect.easfljauger. <..., for tic DOfiJtaatios cf a major,f3tall midst-.. Tie recital of these

It titrtiyrt tebuaift cow r a dirk {a&2jtrt-acur, a" Karsial- h.ct111 fite aa idea ef the great i

reprtraUtiredtizes. to folio ak f, tax atiir, a -caikxtor,_aaJj vaiime of work Cesasitr ef as ef -

the slt.to course they JAlrMe1 lest I ir aLternes: U tic_rood for at tie. dent. u4 i .iJbU\b,: !!naw._ ]
year, tbr&u aside ei..d.t. coatestknHiiat ;general mTlnlcijaai t1tctioa.. fort ,:3 Id Stops the Ce.g-a *+ai- W-*.ks off the ly 1

tt ? eat bet check or lspedo tar B, '.be held oa tie scoad 'tiC i- :.. CoU. _\ tV 1
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f' i"ro=rees 6f Oiir city-and, eitieotregard day I* Airilneit, a. tt* law &- Laxatire Enaofiiiaise Tablets.ctreacold
<
ta former diririoe y !
of testi- .idn. .
iioaedar X
t ) cur BO ,
_ watt, deride fIG tbe men who, is:: %. .ski y'-;>,- .-Ja '"1An r-T aj. Price 25 eestt' +

tbtiropiaioa !! *, ..
-usU bet serve tie elector
; acurdieg u t}S:! Notice.i ..

.wnt'd teuu IIf the people. .lhdlf tardisaaces.f: aidtc!irhall be t'1 .$i Tfce ton regietratiea4prixatfazc4: ..

the matter ditJP.OUkl1 i| caMe to vote U said primary cleft .. < >
lt aad
ck is March *
j = 30t ISWLf 1
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and arrived ,
at Such.a decision f tioa.- _' I .
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a it U tMtaiaed at.the poly ;joritl of all the rotes cast, for that We bare-a cljyjicj- ---rate ef:0cent$ < Burls U04..i.!. tar sale sa: > .:.;eta: ikr Gesr-sl h--.z .
The e !ce* of mayor aDd aldemaa oSct 4 a tz.ecixtls 33:s< (
or which be Ifa. ca!>iidatt. ith. tie CaoiBoner. Mr. Bryan .:dItoorJf c )I.. S1ii7iiS 3&i Gnw : W .'
fifeourve, call for creator care andCMwideratica bail be drdareJ the
ioc:! ee of eaidprimarr
new paper; that i.., 1" can jet tie

f 3 aakiiia selection. ; provided, bowercr,. the I'I'fIZDr Osrtand the Com non- 0 HAKHTOSFISHED,
for they should be men of veil iraovaprobity i I 113-117
three tattdidat-s rtcrieriaf the big!-!'er' for tL&d per ana JZQ, cash ia ad- C:"> f'.Li '

and eer.a! capable of feS tact for alders nBi" \ '
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.? .=.':= ''i. 'I ,, CITIZEN-REPORTER. .
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;Established, I8 .
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Tax Notice. .

We will be at the following placeson

the days mentioned, for the pur- tOUR SPRING GOODS

pose of receiving tax returns for 1901 %\ asl

is 'Space Reserved. for apd for receiving taxes of 1900 as fol-
.
lows: Sistrunk's school house,March # Are coming in and are a charming ,.

runs H. RILEYz 11th; Blount's Ferry, 12th; Benton, t lot Everything necessary for: those l -

13th; Suwan Shoals, 14th; Bell's who wish to develop their own lieu -' 'IQ

.-t. Mill, l.>tl1. at borne or have it done In our store: : :

Leading Milliner.JUS. A. B. BROWN, Assessor.' Customers are respectfully invitedto

C. JoNEs, Collector. call and inspect Stock.MRS. .

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Council Proceedings.

s Council Chamber, Lake City, Fla., ,. T. N. MILTON :
March Uhl90l.Council tc'I.

met.' Present, Aid. Berry, Monroe Block. Marion St. d
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Parker, Plympton and Rogers.* : c. rrawnT I

Aid. Rogers was called to ureside. "" ''''' ,,,.......... ......., """ .

The minutes of the last two meet .-

to!, ings were read and approved.The .

''!' following accounts were ap- r.e

...<.. .'. proved and ordered paid: Geo.Kirby,
\ -:,:',; :" : :r _'.-... 88 work on street; L. McGujre, 11.25, ATDOLLAR.Ti-I E.. --

l" 11J. -. work on street; J. W.. Jones, 13.25,

police; W. H. Kempton, 11.10, feed of BAZAARYou

.. ': prisoners; Electric & Water Co.,
February, '2O' ,09; Electric & Water

Co., telephone in February, II. will find the MOST GOODS for the same
: The account of Dr. Hamilton was money or the Same Goods for less money.The .

': : referred to committee consisting of
Best Genu' Shoes
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sa : Aid. and Parker.'
: r Berry
-. x Shoos
.., The Best Ladies'
.. On motion of Aid. Plympton the I
The Best Youths' Shoes
; :; ",. For only
outstanding committees were granted One The Best Misses' Shoes .

tjj'i' further time. Dollar The Best Men.8 Hats ', .,
The fine of W. L. Oaks was reduced +
Fi swill The Best Ladles !\klrts.::\ 7 V
to 35; and on motion of Aid. Parker For The Best Mens Punts
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? m J: reduced to $5 and charged to mar-
The
price
The Best BOY8. Suits
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L. YOUNGt
bh .
y tte.o o The Best Lace Curtnin
r :; shal.On
i .. Caod motion council adjourned.
8 Farr ) Th Best Bed Sprend -
Nardwore
Attest: W. M. IVES lerk.

1j And the same with all other Goods for Less than a Dollar.
01 s, ., The Lake City Land,and Timber Co. Very Trvly. d
Iii
The stock holders of the Lake City

Land & Timber Co., met Monday, H. F. URIE.OW1'o'ER. 5;
LAKE CITY. FLA. .
Local News Notes. The play "Hazel Adams" was pre- March 4th, at the office of Mr. Jas. ,
sented at the opera house last Friday 7
; E. Young The following were elected -<.I9
night by amateurs toa large audience directors for the ensuing yean
2 =*1' Garden seed'orill kinds cheap at The presentation
was good. Messrs. Jas. E. Young,Jno. F. White,

'::1.\: ;'yYoqnj's. drug store.Springisalready. Don't wait ,for an opportunity! J. D. Callaway.T. W. Getzen, D. W. Tax Sale.Notice
ft' s cj; here if we are Grasp it as it comes by. The famous Brown., J. A. Cranford and J.'C. Get- City Delinquent .

i ':t<>judge by the shop windows. Gentry Animal. .Show is here today zen. The following officers were U hereby liven that the following described lands will be sold at public auctioi
the Monday tie 1st day ot April 1901. in front of the court house to satisfy taxes ot
., i:..". jSeed. peas, beans and corn almost. and we bare the opportunity todayof I elected on the board of directors: on law in the town of Lake City Columbia county or so much thereof as will be necessary
:1"itt.; cost at Young's drug'store. seeing the cleanest novelty in the J. E. Young, president;Jno.F. White, to sale pay and the advertising.amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same together with cost of such

of entertainment J. D. .y-- ---- -- -- --
and Callaway secretary
i-- Fresh fancy and stick candy can way canvass vice-president; -I
alnJl be, found at Carter's Home.partid the best of its kind on the road. : ; T. W. Getzen-treasurer. ; DESCRIPTION. TAXES .t COSTS.

b".&>lLui. .-- I The Daughters of the Confederacy This company owns twenty thous- Bush, Mrs. T.__....._. Lot No. 56 n e division acres) -

n' -}Ir.' : of Jacksonville was and the Sons of Veterans, in memorial and acres of valuable timber and taxes and costs.._.. .... .. .... ... .. ..... _.. 3 (H)
association have Corn phosphate lands in Columbia .and Brown, Carrie .. _...... % acre in block D n division,
through
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i 1i the city the first of the week one in bounded n F. C. & P. R. R. e by
1 C. A. Finley of Sons of Veterans Alachua counties, principally I
;Diis! i ex- John Coleman, s by Wiison & Bro.
'h,1 tended an iuvitation" lIon Frank Alachua. The Atlantic Lumber Co. I i and Robert Campbell, w by S. H. .

J"'r"'Paln ,fih, glass, putty' and' varnikbEs Adams to speak on Memorial Day, have sold their railway to the Seaboard Hadley. Taxes and costi. ._. ._... ... ........ ._..__.> 303
<: r i many-. quantity at Young's"dam April 26. Mr. Adams has won' fame Air Line and the latter com- Green, R W., _. "__'_' Lots Nos. 34 and 35 n w division.. -

;; store. and renown as a finished orator and is the line of road R. U. Lovier, Agt Taxes and costs .?. .. on ... __.. ;.. ......... ... _._ 255
extending
'a the selection was an appropriate one. pany Gauldin, A., biers of Part of Lot No. 26 central division'begianiog '!
Carter's Home Bakery Is the place from Favettevllle, a point on the J. W. Perry, Agt_. at a point 65 ft s of then
.:. to bay nice, fresh bread, cakes,. pies, Quite an interesting meeting'of Suwanee river, to Starke. This road .e corner, thence w 90 ft, thence,
y Jo<.etc; #laked daily. the county commissioners was held will be completed within the next B 40 ft, thence w 120 ft, thence s! -
i -Vr, '..., at the court house Monday afternoonto 'traverses the 10ii ft, thence e 210 ft, thence u'!
; : \;Marriage may be a lottery,' but ninety days, and as it
; ; consider the advisability of erect- I 145 ft to beginning. Taxes and!

;*matrimonial agency ads go through .ing a new court house. The matter property of the Lake City Land & costs.---------------- ... ....j..,_... ........ ._ Ifl 205tSO
;, ..:the mails'just the same. was discussed at lenght but no definite Timber Co., will have the effect of Hunter, Mrs. L. L-___._. Lot No. 54 central division. Taxes; .

i action was taken. The matter greatly developing and increasing its and costs ,_....... ..... ........_......... on' .. ..:....:....... .... ': tt
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"; The proceedings of the county was deferred until next meeting value. Also personal tax of J. H. Hunter* ... ........... .. 463
s -,=; commissioners and school board will I when it will be decided upon: Hutchingson, ('. J. .__. Lot. No. 29 n w. division (see E.;

,. 'appear- in our next issue. ,Millions of people are famil'ar: 1 Brown). Taxes and costs ..... ... ...... ._....-....... '
K Lake City will be represented at M. J Part of Lot No. 43! central division.
with DeWitt's Little Early Risers lye, Mrs. ,..... ... : ,
fit would seem, that all the volun- :
I- the Grand Lodge which meets in I beginning at a point 99 ft s of then
5 feet predictions for March weather Ocala on the 13th. The following and those who use them find themto w corner, runs s 46 ft, thence el
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"f wen Intended to go by contraries. members, Chas.. K. Weller, Deputy be famous little liver pills. Never 105 It, thence n 46 ft, thence w lft)
Gripe. A, R. Wise. j' ft to point of beginning. Taxes
JMrtandMr j Grand Chancellor; Past Chancellors ,
: V.V., Long, accom- N. H. Cox and A. Y. Hampton grand and costs...... ........ ._. ... ....;. .: ._... .... __ l225j .
Xymiea by Miss Sophia C. Martin, representatives; and Past Chancel- Mr. E.. W. Ashley. who has been Jerry, A. S.... ..... .......... fe% of Lot No. 112 n division. Taxes -,
;;..tisftea. St. Augustine Sunday and lors, F.. H. Young. J. O. Harris. A. J. engaged in business here for the past and costs.. .. ..... ..'__ 2 2.1
xnd7y- P. Julian and T. 11. Hodges will at- year, has disposed of his interests Jeffery's, E. S. Part of Lot No. 10 central division
.. beginning at a point 16.> ft s of .
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<: tend.
and will leave the first of next week '-
: best fruits and the 36 ft thencee
fheeq green n w cornerruns s ,
;lax J groceries, candy and nuts, are The entertainment given at the for Lake Park, Ga. :Mr. Ashley is an 105 ft, n 36 ft, thence w lID ft, to I

'1014 at Aihl!'. old stand. 'Phone I college last Saturday evening by the energetic, straightforward businessman beginning. Taxes and costs ... .. .j j Ii i ......... .-.. 1320
and has made many warm Lotier, Mrs. I'. H.,_...._ Lots No. 54 and 55 n w division I
ri .- Ret: delivery Tau Sigma Delta Society of young A. H. Lovier, Agt. .Taxes and costs .1 I.. .... .....:. ...- 84580-'>
The occasion evening friends here who will regret exceed
b op todate oyster parlor is' heSICosluctedatAshley's -. women. was .an Hoodie, Mrs.Itoxie.-.. ; s wjj of Lot No.44centraidi'cisionTaxes :
The membersof
with Longfellow. ingly his departure and wish him suc- I and costs _, ...._. I ... ... -... '
) old stand the society were very becomingly cess in whatever business be may embark 1 PerryJ. \V.---------- : sU of Lot No.36 central divisions I .:.. :::.:::._;_: 1 HT

I 1Op: r(serted,, In every fashion attired in Puritan costume. Hiawatha in the future. : }* -Ij" .. I.: ................- 4:10I
and the Courtship of Miles Stan-
, "kno.i. to the culinary art. s e corner of Lot No. 19 central .
dish were read and the reading fol- of division 42 ft and 117 ft I .
Like bad dollars all counterfeits n s by e I "
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. Contractor 1:. L. Snowden reports lowed in pantomime. The music was I DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are and w. Taxes and costs. ... ...... ........... .--.:.. 4409
, -tap14 progress on the clay road 'from furnished by the society. This of evenIng Perry, Retta,.._... ....... .: Part of Lot No. 16 central division I I
the best the The original quicklycures
Y $ , :i aa4 will be' completed in the nearfstnre many pleasant eyenings the collegehas piles, sores and all skin dis- 80 ft, thence s 105 ft, thence e 81 II
f = ; ., afforded the community., eases. A. R. Wise. guardinUnknown. ft, thence n 105 ft; to point of be I
--- ginning. Taxes and costs. _. _. ...... .. .. .___. 403
,IIrJH-Ivey left Saturday even- Damon and Pythias. j Mr. T. R. Hodges left the city this Frac Lot No. 285 e division.'Taxesand I

'lsgfor Washington, Baltimore and The play, Damon and Pythias, was morning for South Florida to attend costs.... .._..__ _........... ._. .. ...... ..._._.__ 1 CO
Y court in the Fifth' Judicial circuit.Mr. Unknown...... ......___. ....... In block No. 323: s division, Lot s i
?? rVto attend the presidential presented at the operahouse last No; 1, 3 and 6. Taxes and costs .-.. ... -- ...._...:.. 280.A
tion and to purchase spring night to a large audience. The cast Hodges will join the party, which Unknown. .. ............... n>j of block D n e division ((2 acres: : .
Mummer stock for the Surprise was as follows: Damon A. J. P. Julian plays Damon and Pythias at Gainesville Taxes and costs ..'._.. _,. ....__ ._. ......._ 10
: ; Pythias, J. O. ; Dionysiua, on the 12th, be-being a member Unknown.'._ ...._ ..... wof Lot No. 121 n e division. .
:a' F. H. Young; Philistius, C. K.Weller; oftheparty. Taxes and costs..."......."...,... ...._...... ...... .._.. ................ ,187
ft a1 lorry to report the illness Procles _
Damocles EL R. Henderson; ,
of our efficient Chief .oft N. H. Cox; Lucullus, J. M. Price; A dog or pony is not given to tricksof W. J. EDWARDS, Cm TAX COLLECT ,I

: ? sA_: 2. Futch. Mr. J. AV.oM Hermion, Miss Minnie OJom; Calan- its own accord. When we see an
Miss Annie. Belle Howe; Arria, -r-
4 the
has
'| temporarily assumed the Miss Casbie Flint; Damon's son, Leo animal do an act we know that somebody WANTED Reliable man for r\R. J. L..NIBLACK,

ggWUUesof! the :once and is Julian. has patiently worked with it Manager of Branch Office we wish to PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON .

y discharging its duties. We haven't space to describe the for weeks and months. There can be :. open in this vicinity. If your recordis Residence Phone II- 41
'+ play in detail, but we can say of each O. K. here is an opportunity. Kind-
tamndatIon
for the new EpUr in it no fake about an animal performance reference when writing. Headquarters at Wisra Drugstore. All
who good
and every one participated I ly'give messages lett here win be
will be laid next week. that they acted their parts with the they can either do their tricks THE A.T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE promptly attended to.:

; is being placed .on, the grace of prpfessionals. It is the con I or they cannot, so it stands to reason ClNCINNATTI, OHIO. LAKE L'ITFLORID...
=.The rectory will be_a twoS i census of opinion that no play has j that in the Gentry Show we have not Illustrated catalogue 4 cts stamps. I
y$ residence ever excelled it in this city. only one of the cleverest' programs
containing nine Dr. Julian Damon, was especially the road that is
as but the
s2 ; only one on
l *i>lll be situated on the fine. His part was a difficult one l I j entlrety' ree from guile.
.
lOVR( Of FRE3H[ MEATS( 1
r |WopertT on South Marlon.. and required a rare gift of histrionic. O TIS. R. PARKER, i

a W. Hutson and A. B. talent to impersonate perfectly.Mr Ii STATE OP OHIO,Cm TOLEDO, tq
r, J. O. Harris as Pythias, the fast LUCAS COOSTT. f. Will find all they m uire
_Fha e"parcha ed the oyster friend, and F. II. Young, as Diony- Frank J.Cheney makes oath that he ia the Attorney At Law. at the Shop ofColson
and greta monarch presentedtheir senior partner of the firm of F.J. Cheney i;
Qs and fancy sius, the crafty ,
grocery Co..doing business in the-city of Toledo
Q of btr.E'W.Ashley/ The new roles exceptionally well. county and state aforesaid and that said LAKE CITY, FLORIDA. & Rivers
.,. -a firm will pay the sum of OilS HCBDBIDDOUGHS
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? bid the building thor- e ---- -- -- for each and every case of catarrh
O va'ted For Collector.To that cannot be cured bY the use of Hall'sCatarrh Mar Vet corner Marion and
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and have tired Hamilton street
i up Cure FIUJlIt j. CHIHT. opposite
the Voter of Lake City 1.Eo store. .
before and subscribed in mpresence Young
to me
pointed parlor candidate for Sworn
oyster ,
I hereby announce myself a :
this tth day of December, A.D.
flrom the rest of the utore City Tax Collector.subject to the.. Democratic CLUS. iaad. BEEF MUTTON KID AND
W A. PORK
- lace primary. -'- A.W.GUABOX.j A LQT OF BRICK ..
cnrtains, Eyerything ..' _, _, _. T ...,. j SIAL. f Notary Public. will be found here: Meats
place. has an appearance 'For. S5C5S0r. Halls Catarrh Cure U'taken internallyand FOR SALE BY delivered in any part of
Mich U the blood and mucous the city. We deliver late
calculated to acts directly on
To the Voters of Lake City: Send for testimonials in the evening for next
+ _to We wish I announce myself a candidate for surface of the system. S. :B. THOMPSON. nse .
the young hereby Tax Assessor, subject to the action of ,free. F.J.CHISET A eo..Toledo,a mornings
City
Sold by druggists.TV. US FILL YOUR' RSTHE '
LET
the Democratic
primary.UOBCAC A 'wwxJ. Uall's PamUr Fill are the best I


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.0lished 181:
I The total value of tbs wheat Nfrom tblab =-
Ordinance No. 114. I crop i .

Forewarned Be it ordained by the Mayor and |, last year was $?23)15OOO, an increaseof State Shealep of to'by', t'flat:. L. s;: (

Aldermen of the town of Lake CiEy,1|I $4,000,000 over the previous year. Kodol Wit w": and W4 acrep/1o on that behaafr tII
Forearmed Florida: : -- ----- sW is at NW"] tiecwe:ex Deed to a l:.
j LA GRIPPE QUICKLY CURED and NE' of SE li' rtbed laaGIr.f'
d {
1 The liability to disease is greatly Sec. I. That it shall be unlawful | and III aerie off nort,. of NW at J', '
i "la tbe winter of H3: and 13)31 est
lessened when the Mood is in good condition for any cattle, sheep. goats, horses, i See 2STpSSR17E..4t 7 E..16Ic1s ear! :
and the circulation healthy and ;i: mules and asses, or any one of such : was taken down with severe attack Dyspepsia Cure certificates Witness my No.band 3<5 and and 1fM.at. ;-

vigorous. For then all refuse matter.; animal, to roam or run at large !i of what is called la grippe," says F February[SEAL] lixtl M. AI. Scar aie4t.

is- promptly-- earned out of the system; :' upon any of the public streets or L. Hewett, a prominent druggist of Digests what you eat.It r''II.III'::
otherwise it would rapidly accumulate I WinDeld, III. The only medicine I 'il(
highways within the corporate1 limits : artificially digests the food and aids _:0 -f.: .;
fermentation would take place, the ed bottles of Chamber-
two
of the town of Lake City, Florida.Ui was Astute In strengthening and recon- Notice for i
blood become and the constitution Pub
polluted i :; lain's Cough Remedy. It broke upthe structing the exhausted digestive or- lcatioL
| Sec. II. It shall be the duty of the
so weakened that a simple i cold and stopped the coughinglike la the latest discovered digest- Department of the InteliA'I
malady night result seriously. j 1i marshal or any policeman of said : | | magic and I have never since antand tonic. No other preparation 1 1 Notice Land Office.Is hereby G
t. A healthy, active! circulation means i town, to take up and confine, in some ; been troubled with grippe." Cham- can approach it in efficiency. It instantly Lake City. "'la..JJas given filed notice that theknTli of S5i

good digestion and strong, healthy I| secure place, any and all cattle, i| berlain'a Cough Remedy can always relieves and permanently cures tion to make final townsite prOOf linSI IIiIIt
< nenes. 'I I be depended ujMi'i to brake up a severe Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, of b Is claim: under an act of oligre iIf..
sheep, goats, horses, mules and asses, :* 1S G. that said root will be
:' As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. S.I I' cold and ward oftany threatened Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, the Clerk of the l1rcult Court&t IIIadt
i has no equal It is the safest and best': or any one of such animals, that maybe : attack of pneumonia. It is Side Headache Gastralg'a' .Crampsand 'la.. 00 March3.1:01viz: f.P.t_
f remedy for old people and children !, found roaming or running
t ". because it contains no minerals but LJ upon 1 any of such public streets or | the mo.-t desirable and one of the We.and Q. Large s UcontalDi: (times lie name the following witnesso,,
i. most pouring preparations in use for small size.Book all about dyspep6laIISiiedfret the facts in
required such
i highways as provided in Section I, cases tie
made exclusively of roots and herbs. 1 these ailments. For sale by G.V.. Prepared ty E. C DeWITT CO.. Cbtcago. Ken A. B. Urown.Geo. W.Price iIIlloLl'.1
; No other remedy so thoroughly and of this ordinance, and immediately Price. Young. allot Lake City. Fla. ..,
I 1- effectually cleanses the blood of im- thereafter give notice of the taking ----- ,--- I w.O. IoBUIlO"p ,
purities. Attlie j A Chicago man has been convicted -- .
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up and confining of any such animalor i
same time it builds ,. for stealing 197,000 gallons of city
animals three written
by posting
SSS op the weak and debilitated I! |1! water. Kentuckians will think that
printed noticed, giving ,
or a descrip-i
I and renovates he ought to be sent to an asylum. i !
the entire syst I of such animal or animals, at --- i

r' tern. It cures permanently manner 'I three separate and conspicuous pub- j i CASTOR..A.> : SAYDo

I Of blood and skin troubles.; lie places In said town, for the period j', ..... the the Kind you Hare *3rsBaigM:!

Mr. X. E. Kelly, of Urbana, O}writes: I)i of five days. Immediately after the Blgw1lll 111 '
"I had ECNr:,* on my heads and ce for | : I
fire yean. U would break out in little i{ expiration of the five days notice, as ot You UseStationery !
: white pustules erusti would form end { hereinbefore
the
I drop off,leaving tbe skin red and ln1ilUIl- provided, marshal -- -- -
ed. The doctor did me no good. I usad i of said town shall offer for sale, and
I aU the mecUoated soap and calve without [I. A. AVILSON. ?
I \ benefit. 8. 8. 8. cured me, and my akin I i sell at public outcry, before the
ia aa clear and smooth aa any one's." .
court house door in said town, to the I I
Mrs. Henry Siegfried, of Cape May If.
3..says that twenty-one bottle of 8. B. 8.. i highest bidder, for cash, any and all ....f
cured her of Ctnoero! the breast. Doo-
tors and friend thought her case hope- such animals so taken up and confined .
10... I '
, and, within three days from ;
Biohard '1'. Gardner Florence, 8. O., I
uttered for yean with Boils. Two bottles said sale, turn creels the treasurer II Ii I If do-and Merchant does- : 1
of 8.8. 8. put bu blood in good you every
I con of said town the proceeds from the I II i
dition and the Boils disappeared. ,
we can sate you money on jour orders.
k Send for our free book, and write sale of such animal or animals, and I 9c1i I II I There is a difference in ol Printing. .1,
our physicians about your case. take the treasurer's receipt there-I r I Neat and
artistically printed Stationery
Medical advice free. for; provided that the marshal shall I
, s' THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. I is an advertisement for a man's business -
J ... ATLANTA GA. be allowed and paid the sum of twen "'
cqmmaads attention and shows
ty-five cents for his services in tak
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that the merchant is progressive and ;
tf.f.. ing up and confining any of such animals up- :
i to-date as a business man. "
Teachers' Attention ,:
; the sum of 10 cents per day, I
t1NDR1It71K1llt'clthns On the other hand, "botch" printing -
i In consequence of the numerous each, for the care and feeding of any
is a great deal worse than
i f requests received, the following list and all cattle horses, mules and asses La.k =1t'V', la.. ut all. no printing ;i;)
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is Issued by the State Superintendent 1; during the time they may be confined
and Caskets all Styles and A blurred, smeared up job iS'a reflection -
of Public Instruction
I for the benefit and the sum of 10 cents per S
r : of those interested: I day, each for the care and feeding Prices. Orders Promptly Filled. on a man's business, and in this

: I List of texts (with publishers and of any and all sheep and goats daring age of good workmen, firstclass much in- __

, prices) upon which questions for examination I the time they may be confined/to be I ery and artistic type, there is no reason .'

i / of June 4th, 1901, will be paid by the treasurer of said town I II ', why merchants should not get the liest.

1 based: upon the order of the town council II; 1i

i Orthography-Reed's Word Lesson, of said town: Provided further, that :

25 cents; Maynard, Merrill & Co., 1\. the owner or owners of any each animals !

f' Y. so advertised, shall have the .

Reading-Any standard reader will right, at any tide before the sale of ONORRHOEAGLEET

: answer. I j I the same as hereinbefore provided, iI WG Can Do The Wor

Composition win t o n's New to redeem the same from the marshal r e. CURE
r School, 32 cents American ('
; Book 0., by paying the cost of taking up'i f .I
SAFE SURE
Atlanta or New York. caring for and
feeding any such ant- I CURE YOURSELF
, Arithmelic-Milne's Standard, 65 mal as hereinbefore l ..
provided. e.Gw ryq.g .T.els W.iOie We have had years experience in the

I l cents; American Book Co. I Sec. III. This ordinance shall go'' I -i-1.00,aT DllUGGlaft..... I business and think we know what good ,,,

I t English Grammar-Metcalf'a, 60 ;; i into effect the first of May after itsj =.::. work is, and just how to execute it. Our _
! cents; American Book Company. 1 passage and approval of the same by II office is well :
equipped with and
new
the Mayor of said town.
I U. S. lIilltory-Field'ii GrammarSchool For sale by George W. Price. artistic
Sec. IV. That all ordinances and I type and firstclass presses and
i $1.00; Americcan Book Co. : parts of ordinances in conflict wit hj-r! we are prepared to turn out the'ery -
; : Florida History-Greene's, $1.23; : i the provisions of this ordinance band e' best class of printing with neatness and
; Williams, Wilkins & Co., Baltimore; Ir I the tame are hereby repealed. 1hY dnY*iY YJi*JiIYiYi1>riL1YJ JJ y ,eYY.t dispatch.We .

i or Fairbanks, 81.25, H. & W. B. Drew I Passed by council Feb. 18th 1901,
Jacksonville. j i J. E HENRY, President. I I Three Papers Week F are not unknown to the people of
\\t I Attest: W. M. IVES, Clerk. 1 Lake City ; we have served them well
Geography-Redway's Natural A d-i Approved Feb. 18th, 1901 F.
in the and better
past are
now
t vanced, 81.25: American Book Co.PhysiologySteele's I CONE, Mayor. 1"1 i FOR ABOUT TOE F than ever to give them value prepared received -

i I American Book Co. Hygienic, $1.; j ilr3 I PRICE OF ONE. E: for their money in the future. We

j a Civil Cover nment-Townsend's Recent experiments show that al i :: This paper and the Atlanta E solicit a share of the patronage of the

!t .... Shorter Course, 72 cents; America 4 i' classes of foods may be completely j Twice>Week Journal for Ei public and guarantee to turn out the
; digested by a preparation called Ko-i I Ifi
, Book Co. best printing and in the most artistic
I Algebra-White's School, $1.0J 1.1. .j: dol Dyspepsia Cure, which absolute i i ilo50i i and up-to-date stales.

; .... American Book Co. I j J ly digests what you eat. As it is the ,

Physical Geography--Houstoun'lI i j'i only combination of all the natural I II Here you get the news of :

3few, $125; Eldredge & Bro., Phila- i j I! digestants ever devised the demandfor : the world and all your local f ,

delphia. '. it has become enormous. It has news while it is fresh, paying i- 'f
Theory and Practice-Arnold'sWaymarka 'never failed to cure the worst casea little
than
very more t
for Teachers Branson', :i! of indigestion and it always gives instant one
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:: relief. 4. R. Wise. paper costs. Either paper is it
Edition) $1.00, Southern School Book i' I well worth t
$1.00 but
by -
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Jellositorytlallta, and "Report of i Prices tOhG lOW6St!
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the Committee of Twelve Rural': The year 19()) was one of the best arrangement we are enabled F !
on
the American fumes ever had. '! :! to put in both of thorn, 1- :
Schools. 25 cents per copy, less if i,i ---- j ;; giving three papers a week E !

.- ordered in large quantities, Irwin : TODAY take Foley's Honey an j I for this low price. You cant
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Shepard, Secretary, Winona, Wis. Tar. It positively prevents |neu-i i not equal this anywhere else, iII II
All examinees will be tested on1Iwth moats or other serious results from I r.y and this combination is the F Letter Bill and Note Heads,.
Was marks and colds. It be too late i
Report of may 4e best
Ttt'che. W. Price, druggist.Notwithstanding tomorrow'j'G. premium for those who F I Statements Envelops
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I want a great paper and a 1 .
----i I 4I home paper. Take these and t Tags, Cards
; the West Point
After
exposure or when feel i
a
you will .
; you keep with the II
cold coming on, take Foley's Honey I! cadets gave their word of honor not up "
aid Tar. It never fails to cure and !I to participate ia any more I ; times. i Programs, Posters,
: \ illlrerl.'nt pneumonia or consumpt thinks hazings'l Besides general news, the i I
ion if taken time.Choice congress of it best to | Twice-a-R'eek Journal has E. Visiting, and Business Cards, f
N some sort incentive for"keeping !
; | t 4 much agricultural matter !

their wordhencthe "expulsion" :i ot and other articles of special EI Ball Programs, ...

Vegetables penalty. I I : interest to farmers. -It has F
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regular contributions I Wedding Invitations -
HOW TO CURE THE GRIP. I 4a by Sam E ,

; ,always bring high prices.| Remain quietly at home and takChamberlain's a John Jones,Temple Mrs. W.Graves H. Felton Hon., :e Pamphlets, Tie Checks, .
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Cough ,
Remedy directed
; : To raise them successfully ;j and a quick recovery is as sure 1 C. H. Jordan writers.and other distinguished t E Punch-out Tickets Etc. Etc.

I .' II to follow. That remedy counteracts''! I lE i

I a fertilizer con i I' any tendency of the grip to result iPneumonia : -Ia ar2 subscriptions Call at this for office both and paper leave your You E f I '1

which is really the on1 can a .
get ample copy of either pa- : .
J ; taining at least 8 % ';serious danger. Among the tens ofI I 3 per here en application f ,,

t -" thousands who have used it for the 8 !I' !I''' H .!I' .''.''''MMS

1 ; Potash should be used.l i grip ported not that one case did not has ever recover.been For re lfiook4Uork $
a peciaIt
I :- i sale by Geo. \\'. Price. :
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! all subjects relating to Now a Buddhist priest says the Japanese

crop raising. They are' discovered, America exactly PATENTS Prompt Attention Givento :1

; sent free.GERMAN. .,.. -"Q 1,000 years before Columbus did. I
Moil Orders. :
KALI WORKS Eu Columbus seems to have beentbe l tse.,uproeved.. OA..IlL ........w. etell, .
.rp ( ">o>tniiWntitilUT. Book-So
93 Nassau Street only one. who had, sense enough 10 0I>c&ia U.a.ui FomiFatuttudTnd. ?
New York. to'stake his claim. IHS. 1'...... terse "w ...... te t aveste Iluk,,,"V.0 1
tr URn uwnu or ts TIAU riACTid.f
r 10,000 O.u.er PATENTS PfiOCUKO THROUGH MM. (
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, -. 11 Via All Kail j The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and |j j Ills II I fINDiU !
ADVENT-Services eyery Sunday J Washington. I i))) ,, iil:1II ;
,. a. m. Sunday school 10 I KICK :
U'.dpra rer meeting Tuesday -- i \I. JJJ -- f ,, !
a. 8 clock. The Southern Railway via Jessup, Atlanta, Chattanooga II .I l
'evenings o I To The West}! The Louisville & Nashville Montgomery.: I I I ""il;: :8 T the poor Printing you have been .

EPISCOPAL Rev. Curtis Grubb, rector. The Southern It', via Savannah, Columbia and Ashville.' ,I it j 11)) : using when You can get the Best III II.
} Preaching 2nd, 3rd and 4th The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery. I just as easily as poor. Our prices a-e .ylle
I.' .Sundays in each month at 11 a. m. I I 1 reasonably consistent with up-to-date I (;! :}
and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school at TO P* } Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New I: )l first ': 930 a. m. The taSt I York Philadelphia and Boston. I 'il Avoid further trouble and annoyances !!
'.!!t Via Steam shi f Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation by sending us a Trial Order. t I
po J I
pusBYTEUA.'J-Rer. J. C. Timms, Company for Baltimore. t [, rll''

: .pastor Preaching every Sunday ToWEY WEST ---- I THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE. f IIILjIi
J I; !ib
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday and III
; }\ Via Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. i : H. L. DODD PROPRIETOR. Sff
'
i. School 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting HAVANA. J I!
,. :Tuesday afternoon at 1 ?(
f 'every .
p o'clock. To Nova Scotia,! 'I aa !lM 3 =M f "j ,t>'foyt': .!:t.J;wsA.B.CAMPBELL- #
Cape Breton, 1 Via Boston and Canada and
rsap Atlantic Plant
\ & Prince Steamship W.N 1IEI Ql& s. ".i:
'riss--Church has no pastor. Series EdLine j for Hal.Jax, Ilawkesberr and Cbarlottestown. !
wards Island j ,_
held irregularly. Sunday school i l -

i 930 a. m. Prayer meeting Thurs- Western Winter Tourists Tickets will be on bale throughout the Northern. Eastern '
and! Southern States to all rlorlda Itesortt via Pianos ,
I Plant
the
\ System
Help-ing 19W-[gut limited to return daring season
until ,
May 31st with liberal ,
stop-over privileges In rlortda.
Band meet every Addreu.es of JACKSONUIL-UE. PLA.
parties in the Nort3.lieot to the undersigned will be liberally ,,
o'clock. supplied with information
3
ing at and handsome advertising matter. : "OLD RELIABLE."
Organs'
>> r- For Information as to Rates, I II
Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., call on or write to Eatabllshed In 1878.
CITY OFFICIALS. I r. M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent I
138 W.Day Str. Actor Block Jacksonville. .
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I <|' 'MiYOR.-J' P. Cone, I i VV. n. DExnAH.Savannah.Cen'l Superintendent Ga. B. W. WKK&S.Pass. Traffic Mgr.. I Kimball Whitney Hinze.
"I' Savannah,Ga.
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,, CLEEK: &&TEEASUKEB.ir. it..Ivei. : IHii ,*THE BIGGEST VALUE ON EARTH. _.*-*

: ,AssESSOR.-w. W. Phillips. \I I All kinds of Small Instruments and

#. ; ro .F..cTon.-1Y. J. Edwards i V TiBULED Send for Free Catalogues Trimmings.and full information.Easy Terms. Low Prices.

.e; l1.1BSJ1AL-lVo T. Strange. ,I SEABOARD AIRLINE

: .,JuIEN.-J.: E.llenrg,president; !)
SA. I.MITE! ... ..
s ;! S. L. Berry, M.L. Plympton, o. R. } DIRECT LINE.: -

; \ Porter, J. E. Illman, J. E. Young, i .
't.fitiR RAINS'
: JL F. Jiogen. RAILWAY ; ...QUICKTIME \

I DOU'BlE DAILY SERVIC SOUTHERN x20 \j

COUNTY OFFICERS. I
'i ,- l NORTH 4 kxST. -4L.: 66. .-j ':M- f jSOTTUERX DIVISION. a I 9t WASHINGTON,

Y i COCSTT JUDGE-W. if. /1'e8.SHE1UJ'rIV. ,, tAr Lv Jacksonville..l.. w ai j l' 4a p.7, a a Lv Jacksonville! .a 1 .... e 10 al! 7 40 p BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA
'. if.Hancock.XEBK k'ernanhna.----- -data 916|)|.. Ar Baldwin.. ..... . : t i Ar Everett._.... .. .. '10 W pl 9 ------ HEW YORK
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( -if. if. Scarborough. l ArSavannah.-_.......' I Slpll50pmia Waldo---------------------Gainesville........... .... .11 13aw!,...:35__p. + ,
.: : .'J'iUStUR-J. L. Turner. Ar Fairfax...._......... 3Wp, :2 Ulii .:.....1< "Cedar Key......... .'h. ..liWp. Snip;;:!...._. CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE,
;, Ar Denmark............., .
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'{ .,AS5SSOR-A. B. Brown. Ar 346p iii* .I!i ilver5 p gin g.. _u. .1.' ..... 1 I0p ...... '
Columbia.------ ,, 5 I'! __. '
' .'. "('CIJ.EC'1'OK-C. Jone Ar Camden............ .73.ii64la 1-14{ Ma ... ; .. < iila..m..i.; ...... lap' JiOa ATLANTA, :
:} lildwood-----. .... ..... )
; SCPT PUBLIC L'1STRtTCTION-Il. L. l, Ar ArSo Raleigh Pines.........?.................i''lOSTj-''K ::Iall: 50 lid: a.: .. .... ;i "- I.ee.iburgTavares._._....._.-....-....,....... Y 5/lJp pl Sala 13Ja BIRHIIIGHAy, MEMPHIS,

Anxt. Ar Portsmouth......... 7 wai: 530p.. ."I. .Orlaado... ........ .. j ..--.I_..!' 3 5 :IW 21pf D 7 4SOa:ma CHATTANOOGA 1ST. i
COMMISSIONERS T. Booz- Ar Richmond __ ,
.OCCSTT Va 4 5iai :35 p..winter; Park .1 .__ RAILWAY I.
t :: .chairman; Frank Smith, Gen.A. Ar Ar Washington.... -,...,._._ g 4.; a' II 30 p......._ i .Dade City.....-.. .... ., i lUfl C p S lie'h a LOUIS, KANSAS CITY,
Baltimore IOWa .... .
-- ', II 3p.- "Plant .... ....,
Crty 403a
SmUhnon T. W. Getzen and A. ,4Wp
- Ar Philadelphia...... [:: au : sea ....... ?
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rY.llUfltpA.. Ar New Vort..._._._..I 3 tap. fl"a,__'_.', Tampa -.1 i uo p bCOaWESTDIV.&N.O. I And all Points East and WelL
S ,. BoAi PUBLIC INSTRUCTION'. T. I I I -
k' Heart, chairman; S. L. Berry and 'Connection! made at Fernandinawith

Y i J.L'. Wite.f Cumberland Route steamers CJ NO OfHXR LINE AFFORDS t)
', : i leaving Fernandina 1:20 p. m. daily I' SERVICE LIKE THIS. i
r1. ; :' 3. L i i except Sunday, arriving Bfun .wick
; Ir 'COURT CALENDAR.TElyd'Jndidal I. 13 p. m.tLeave. t
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1 Lv Jacksonville .__ .__...;_I l' aI 1'111)-03-:- THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS
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fe"y' Ar Lake City................... 913 P II III a.I ,
': ; Circuit of Florida- "LUeOakMadison __.._-...._...__.IJWp'11SOp' Fernandina for Jackson Via SsvtiBAb and Charlotte, N. C. :
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i F Judge,John.F., White, Live Oak, ,".. ...___ .IO St p 1 4/::v ;; vllle .:-10 a. m. and 2:40 p. m. I
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Monticello. I: to 1I. l
.'i { FlI./ Thomasvtlle_....___._...... 1 111 THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, t Co
xsate'i: Attorney, L. E. Robinson, I I.:Montgomery-' 8 10 al.p... Arrivals at Jacksonville from north I Via SAVtauh and Charlotte, N. C. .
'= wSPRING St. Louis ._ 7 !
Ja pelj Fla: ... "Tallahassee.-.. toua, jjjfeast! 1 a 27 at 9:10 a. ta.; Nof 31 at
> TERM. Quincy-.-,.!....__,4 PI3.5 j p. m. From the west, No. 2,7:25 ( THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, i

-\. 'uper,Hamilton. county, 4th Tuesday "River l'.nMaColii--Junction_.._...._._.."....._... ---------S- ii p. o. m., No, 4, 850; a. m. From the south" I Via J *up. .
\ In ... 3&Z II Xo.4-1, at 9:30 a. m., No. 66, at 3: '
January
MObue..I. __. THE CINCINNATI ;,
DAY
1 ., Llw Oak,Suwanee county, 2nd Tuesday 140 a p. m. EXPRESS,

in May. Via Jeinp. .
lilt City, Columbia county, 4th No. 44, solid vestibuled train between Jacksonville and New York, including

Tuesday in May. mail baggage and express cars, day coaches, dining cars and Through Vutlbuled Trains Pullman Drawing Room
( I IMayo, Lafayette county, 2nd Tuesday through Pullman"le per:; between Tampa and New York, Atlanta andI L Eleepia= Cart Through Coupes Elegant Dining Car*.
in Jane. Nashville. nd 41 carry 1'ullcian buffet sleeping cars hetween Jack
b Ferry,;Taylor county, Is Tuesday I sonville and Tamp ,
[ ,1U: April i No. Mi, solid vestibuled train, consisting of day coaches, mail, baggage Ttroujh Pullman Sleeping Cart between Jacksonville and Cladanati 0.,
', .? Ua4ion, Madison county 2nd Tue i. : and express cars between Jacksonville and Washington and Pullman :; via Ashevllle N.C.. and Knoxville, through "THE LAND OP THE SKi"
day In April t sleeper between Jacksonville and New York.
,% Nos. and '4, Pullman buffet sleeper Jacksonville and St. Louisa Through Train via Southern Railway an BOW Operated
a ? j FALL TERM. i! Monticello, Thomasville and Montgomery. la Connection
: with the Plant System from JaeksonvWe.i .
t..: V.U ier, HamUton' county, 4th Tues.i Steamers for Key Wet and Havan-t-No. 27 makes connection at Port :
t r 411 bt AUU8t. I Tampa with steatncrn icav.iig \oi.lays. Thursdays and Saturdays. j i I
1 yLi Oik,Suwanee county 2nd Tuesday Nos. 2 and 1. Leper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. I SUMMER EXCtiBSIOH TICKETS It Very lot Rites on Sill 1m 1 tl Sjl 30,1 -

; in November. I E. ST. JOHN. V.. K. M'UKE, B. S. ALLEN i
) f'like City: Columbia county, 4th I 1st V.-P. & G. .'J. Gen'i Sup't Gen. Pass. Agent j i trot t.t.a..Led.la tail information,call on or address
j. T>sesdaylnnovember.X110 Purbm'uth, 'a. W. T. C03BY.T. P..L,
Lafayette county, 2nd Tues- I A. O. IACDON'ELL Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla til blast Bay Street,jMbaavUI,IT*. '
.' [:i day in December If. cots W. A. Teas 8. H. HAWWICI.

:: !Taylor county, 1st Tuesday In--1! _. .__ ?X$3101fi4uj'r. Qia.Fui.Agt.. Aut.C,.. flu.Agt.
.;;: \\. j WiAtagtoa,Do 0. Wutlajton.D. 0. Atlanta Ga.
Jladieoa, Madison county 2nd ,Tue 3GEORGIA! SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY :.. I

J I to;la October. J -

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'. 'i- io LOCAL TIl1E; TABLE.SCIIDULE .

. ; ,!'-." EFFECTIVE OCT, I, 1900. I. 4 SUPREME_. .

.. : .! Subject to change tt ithout public notice. _

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I 1)1x16 QI iclt STATIONS. Q lIck I xie : MBITERS

T M'Iyer l'itep ___ tt-II Flyer K
t II 651) IU 11 201l1IJ Lv...... .... .II\\r 41" s) III 410. m .
f t 16 a ro, 13: 11' 111 .... ... ... Uadilla.. ... ........ ..... 2I 1' nt 2 52 a 111
1 37 Q III I 20.( I' III I. ... .. .. .... .kun:\ ... ...... ...... ..... 2 2-i I' III 2 31 a m
1 Ma III J I:I-IOI'111 -\r..ConII'Ie..L\; : '1041' w L 1i a m KEN'S of all that is Correct in
1 a III 2 \kil' Ct ... .. 0111' m 2 15 s nt
for
2 3d a m 2 50 p nt 1.v... .......Avbbarn..I. 1 w) I.m 1 35 am Fine Stylish Dressing
": 10" III 330 p ant \r.... ..'J'ifon.. ........ .... .... 12 a; pIli 100 a tot
,t 315. tII 3 311 u m .... ...... .. ( ),[.... ..... ........Ar I. 3i.1. 11.1 12 5v a m HATS, LADIES, GIRLS, MEN, BOYS
3411 a III .05&111I ........Sparks.! ... ......... .... 1'2 .I, III 12 ,32 a m
I 3 5- A III ; Id I' III ... .... Ilrartpiue .:..... ...... ...' 11 of Ii ant I. 11 a JU SUITS, and CHILDREN. '
4 ....DIII o.'iplII At.\'ald.rta.... ... .... ....J.11' 10a w 11 35p III
A III 5 00 p ant .. ....\'al.a to .... A1Ul0alll 1135pmi1 OVERCOATS, The Largest Stock and
-:1: ; MS IanXh 3 31 a III 6 tee 1'11I Lv.......... J a.ar.. .... ..... ......... I-; Ii m 1 031..
& .. .. .... :12 mm UNDERWEAR
6 01 a JI1 R 3d I' III .. .11 bite jI.ritlg'l. : 9 Ii 10031'
: a .".)a IU ...joIl'1II Ar..Lake 11\ ........ .. .1.' 9taea 1:1: 940p II Variety.
'5t'" i I.u.-iJ III j 2'IHII Lv.. ... Lske t1tv..... ..... ... ..\r"l\50alll. 9'.upm and
ALICE'Sz I j f10a UI II 20')1111I .. .. ..alupsG:: [! city.. . .. .. .. ... 75th UI 8 Oti p DJ BEST QUALITIES,
S04ant ii "..-.1.' .. .. ..... .1lamptun.. ..... ... .. ... 731a.m '7521'111 FURNISHINGS.
I 9 13 a m 9 4i_I' III'r..... ......Palatka .... ....... ... ..Lv 62ii a in 8 40p II I --- and always
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OAK OAISESYII.LE FLA. I LADIES' the

045 a m 7 au p m Lv.. ... ..Lake City..... ........Ar.Ar 8 50 a m I a 20 p m8oo.lu
\ 8351) in (Lv..........S.impson 1'ityAr ..... ..... \| 'l40a in ,I 7 65 p m Tailtr-Kads SUITS, SKIRTS \
.- 8 55 a m 9:101\ m ....... .... (iamesville. ...........Lv 645a m I 7 00 a in Waists, Underskirts, Under LOWEST
wear, Hosiery, Jackets,
WHISKEY NORTH BOUND :SCHEDULES.Ma CaiM, Fite Neckwear aid

Mayo C of QKf, N C A St L By, III Cent R R and connections. Furofehlngs.Boys' '

, IIO..4am I.v..l.a'-e' City........ ....ArMaron 6 20 am 700 |> K Sapp .
MED BY ACE. 4151' m 410att 114111'tll: Ar.... .... .. ... ...._ ....,.. .. LvjAtlinta 1135pm 1120am750aw and [ ins, \ \
'7351' m 7:5 a m At.. .. .. .. .... ..... .......Lv 8 30 p in SUITS OVERCOATS, HATS CAPS
W4 Medal 1 00amfi 1 no in Ar....._. -..-Chattanooga...........LvNashville 2 55 p m S 05 a m ,
at Atlanta Exposition. 40 a in724pm 6 55 p p m Ar... .. ...... ......... ....LvSt 9 10 p m 9 30 I' m UNDERWEAR aid FURNISHINGS.
7'6a in Ar.... .. .-- ..- Louis. ........._..Lv 8 44 p m 8 16 & m -
'J>08t and 0"it Ar.--. .Cim-iuatti.... ..,.../.l.vlll 00 p ml1/ 00 am C. 0. 0..*k itliBrlYieje ...l.txsmlniM. 'stare
4 111 :
purest 915pm 05(1 Ul 11 ( >a m '|l.\r ... .......Chicago: ...... ......Lvl700 pm..:......... ,.r. I. IIAIOiDEU. $pecw care.

Whiskey sold SAVANNAH GA. ',
Whew no time Is shown trains do not stop. ,
%,South. Tra'nlll\OI. 3 and 4 the"Dixie Flyer" have through: sleeper between St Louis. Mo
and Jacksonville. Fla. viaValdosta. and through parlor sleeping UnionaDepot between -
and Pjlatka. for the reception of paaseagere in Maeon
] 4 4 CO,Proprietors 9:30 P Macon u[. and remains m Ya open<'Q1l Union Depot on return until '7:30 a m. and can be B. H. &
Bro.
I' > TIU. oecnoied until tl1attlwe. Levy
s. A. \VUAHMCHKCllBVSHAW D. Fish.
Vice President Agent Late City *11.C. .

B. nHnnE! IIiBiy Buns
aactsdk.0 Otstrlbt4 !
V A Jackmvitle ?Ia.
; Otoll" r.ss Agent rl: \I.GI. .
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8 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established ISJ{:

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DRIFTING WARD Bright's disease, i 1 l Lo i is'iIIe giii1e 1I R. R. i! \IV ORMSI VJ. l -F.g'


diabetes, gravel or other Uuns through cars to Pen.-acola, 'For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. G
l serious kidney or bladder :a.'D'GGEST8.:
Mobile and sew Orleans, to Birmingham S02:0 ;BY A2:0X.
disease is what thousandsare
aIJAMES F. BALLARD St
doing who do not Nashville and St. Louis, to.' ;Prepared Dy.--

know it. You may be one of them. Louisville. Cincinnati and Evansville .::. :"
Are you neglecting that backache and to Chicago without leaving ---yam
V. t tired-out feeling, dizziness or other schedules andsleepingcar ,.. f:
of kidney disorder ? the ; train. For rates,
symptom -
write to or P. J. BECKS -
symptoms of -kidney disease are reservations -
y
many and peculiars-baffling even to call onfi. :

i-_ doctors. i CoNTRAcTORBUILDER, 1
: \ Here is a simple and sure test II. HOPKINS, Fia. Pa ". Ast.ilki i

which anyone may try : West: Bay Street, I ,
Set aside a bottle of urine for twelve hours.If Jacksonville! Fla.C. i -
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a sediment or settling occuis it is a sure. ...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA. .
sign of kidney disease. L. STONE, G..P. .\., I
Foley's Kidney Cure is absolutely A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES. 1i:
You run no risk. See Louisville, lyy.Notice !,
guaranteed.
AWAY FCR THIS KIND OF
CAU. ON ME ZEFORE SCHDIfiC wt>rL,3c.
:. tint you get Foley's, tte guaranteedcure. j :
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; BANNER SALVE heals all hurts but Cupid's wounds. Ii hereby given that (:!O) thirty days from
: .' this date I will on behalt ot the state ok
Florida issue tax deed to f. M. Douglass tor Fire Storm Tornado? and Cyclone Insurants ]
the following described lands to-wit: ,
Sold by Ceo. W. Price. The sE H of NK H and N>,<,of SE H of Section '
f f 3r.Tp4SK W East 13) acres:and SW of BEST AMERICAN: AND FOHEION INSURANCE
W of NW H and XW M of SW qr and E Vi
I, SVf or Section Tp4S. R IS East. IfO acres COMPANIES P.EI'IF.51tiTTD"-'"O
embraced in certificates Not.376 and 377. ,

.! 1II 1\\ '" .G ," > < s>'&T:>t$ 'rt t"t1etN;;; b" I i9oa Witness m? nand and seal. Dec.21-st A. D. |: Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in bu. A &.
f I J !OS.M. SCARBOROUGH. .I II Office: Cp-staif Vinzant Clock. -

fljtaaasiraaFire! Fire! Fire! I t I I .SEAU-'\1 Clerk Circuit Court.O II Ifl I Chalker & Small Agts:

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It comes like a thief,both daY and night and steal away your borne or business .- i ,
t;; You cannot afford to run the risk without Insurance Protection. I Represent i
; the very Best Insurance Companies and will take pleasure in. [;JJ. D.CAlLAWAY, I It II
: Insuring your property. Prompt adjustment and Payment I
make no chare tor writing :
ot all Losses guaranteed. I
I 'I policy as usually charged by other-"agcnfi. =; f I'I'OKEr I .
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HEAL EST.\TE AND
Office:105 Hernando St., neat Baptist Church. : i IX)1IUXL'lGEXT $20 .j
T. R. HODGES.PHONE NO. 34. I= II
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Iii Fla.
"" ;: 6"W'" .E ..,, .>.."J.e. ;; 1" .E.Wl'1.;; ."J..<:. ..eJJ.G; J>J....1:'; I Lake City
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:' TeachersandProspectiveTeachers .1

; A Bona-Fide Salary. I .

} $12 Weekly.Men I trill find Review Classes at the Lake '+
& St. Louis Ry. '
Nashville, Ghauanoooa, and women to appoint agents and I II I ity College. .

-AND- I represent us. some to traxel otherstor I.
local work tti weekly salary and
: Old established house, i iple1sant $20 COVERS ALL EXPENSES '
i t expenses. ,
: Western and Atlantic R'y permanent positions, rapid ,
ot
advancement and increase wages.
I Write at once. Address. I
"Battefields line" BUTLER & ALGEE. except railroad flrefor one term. _.
Send tor circulars to
d7 Dept. (; NEW II SVEe.t'OSS.
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Chattanooga.. Nashville,Loui>tile, Cincinnati Chicago. St. Louis Memphis. and all I' Ip
W. F. YOGUM Lake Gity Ra.
points West For rates and schedules write to .
!I.f I. j DR. E. RIVIERE, '.
C.F-....".0.P.A..Atlanta,Oa. T.M. DortE.F. P.Jacksonville,Fla.
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: DENTIST,

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----- -- -- -- Office upstairs in the rear of ri:;
ft 3lore. Ltsal'i're.Ft.

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f a i SUMMER HEAT !1 I' ..ROOERSON E ROBEBSOX.. Ja-sper. Fla. '>I&A. a Lake SMALL.S3ULI.tfty Flj. 'Ir. I; e Well Fed NOT BUT PRICE HIGHEST BESTREQUIRES ; t, },



>eA The thermometer will boon be climbing to the Summer .1 TTOIM f:1 S AT LAW.l :
heat mark. You will soon lie winding you could
O contrive to get along without that awfully but range. O I LAKE CITY AND JASPER, FLA. husbands make the d

You can. I Will do a general: practice In State an. I best husbands, and -

F p TRY> A BLIJE FbAME.I' .\ % i iI Federal. Block Lake courtCollections city uBli'e dla.ailyr.Second and conveyancing. Umr \mzaut their food can best I

O I O be prepared on the ,
I Blue Flame makes an ideal heat for cooking--quick. II
convenient and economical. We have Stove you want .
! r It costs but little and h a ;neat laborsaving del ice. : ues
0 All sUes .w ita or without cooking utensils. C i T.R.HODCESAttorney NewEsnterprise

=.1 .' $ C I I, tit l.axv and Solicitor '

a, ': % 4y 1 in Chancery. .
, -NOTARY PUBLIC.- -'
f :: attention Commercial Ci'
Special given to I
: r I i I i lections and execution ol Deeds. LESS FUEL
0 Try You Oa I Mortgages: and all other LeKal
r.; faper-v nanJu OikeiuiIler-street. THAN ANY OTHER STOVE

9 an can near, -'- it l'iHrl"
PhOsg:o.31.

: "Iron Afford. f

i For twenty years tha premier stove of the South,
I % King" ItYou'll % T. OLIVER.,
I Made from Southern material by Southern work-
ATTORNY-AT-LAW.
g I Ii I LAKE CITY FLA. men, and giving ideal satisfaction in over 200,000

COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONSA homes. Retains heat and bakes better than any
SPECIALTY.
g Office: Marlon street up stairs over Mrs.T. other stove. Sold under guarantee. If your dealer
i % Have Better Meals, and the Gook a Better Temper. Boozer.A. Perry&Callaway.Practice building. formerly occupied b) can not show you the New Enterprise, write for

I carry tbe most comple line of Crockery. Queens- in all State Courts,prompt atten either of our seventeen department Catalogs, and
ware and Tin-ware in tbe city. Just what you want-. % lion to all Businex. Mortgages and Deeds
,. pi ices the lowest considering quality ot goods. O drawn and acknowledgements MASTER IS CHAHCEET taken. FOE prices i showing everything used in: the kitchen=

; janl-98) COLUMBIA COUSTI Ii dining room, laundry, or dairy. A little postage

i .. o TiiMWmo and Guttering a Specialty. ----- stamp will save you many dollars. . .


: J---. J. D. STREETY. ---. 1 J. S, SWACKARD


g_ i MERCHANT TAILOR. : PHILLIPS MFG.& BoTTORFF'

The finest line of Tailoring Goods ever ., __ M..U'&CTIIUU o.
shown in town Every Pattei n is correct .tea =
I You will have no difficulty in making a Stoves,Range,TIaar,Kuttis
1 selection. Do not send}'ourord..r..away '
Grates.imrvtrrtm .
-a' ted
I or wait 10 days for a pair ot Pants-but ,
I call and see my line of Goods make->our ,.OMM.MTAIl asoae.us
selection and have Goods made up save' aaa DULIU Ml
,,'.-.---- I day. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. i -- ChiaaCrockeryGlasswareToy.,.

1 Clothes Dyed, Gleaned and Pre?sd Art and Holiday Coeds.Y .

'I College rtoy>Suits Cleaned
r '1 and Pressed 75 cents each. NASHVILLE, TEXH.
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