The Citizen=reporter
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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 15, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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w TEE UIB CITY REPORTER, Eatab. 18741 (Consolidated .
CJLDMIi C008TY CITEES, EaUb.: 1888 jAug.24,1900 LAKE CITY, FLA., FRIDAY, MARCH 15. 1901. Vol. XXVII No. 18



i' From our regular correspondentWashington .

\\t' March 11, 1901.
F; Senator Ilanna's project for making -

the Senate a one-man body, by I I

QUE5T the loption of Reed rules, has been I I

postponed but by no means aban '

doned. The kicking '
was so vigorous -

at even the mention of the project j i '
You may recoil from him with horror that it was apparent to Mr. i j I f+ ., : .:
but you cannot tvi J.r young rind the vigori'U.4, su well in theM kept in extra session all summer I w r _
r <> and the feeble, are his lie
piey. with
of f
; certainty success in the
makes ;
no distinetion. lie is nil imweluuue -
guest illll1WY Itonus to-tluy. end if the attempt wire made to put j
lie t'lItt'J'IIthe ratal: ** of the king with the project through at this time. iSo

impudence uii'i mukts himself til homeju it was decided to let it go over to ;
I the aLoHle IIf the hUIIIIIt' No home ,
r ,
the regular session and to spend the i!
U too grand fur him to enter 1111l1IloJ.l'l0
cf inode&t that he will puss U by. I recess in pulling wires to make vo-1 i
Of course, you do not care to entertain ters for it. The adjournment of the ;> At this season the housekeeper must look

-t-- this guest. You eat:+y s':.nt the extra session of the Senate was hurried specially after the baking powder.As .
door in Ins fare and bar every window
t f'i i ill your hmi*>, but he will enter on the to prevent the growth of senti- !j she cannot make good cake with bad
u ings of the air, by night + well: its by ment in'favor of a reorganization of ;j eggs,
I t day. leaving
track.The. best thing for you to do whet deprived) a number of Senators of | and dainty with inferior baking powder.

f he ISUVK' you a visit is to treat him some of.the patronage they now conj I j Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for the
: 'I hr. Treat him properly and promptly troL .

L and he can have no tenor for you. Althoygh the published news from I' preparation of the finest food. It imparts that
9 Trent him lightly and wiih delay,::11111
be will faMeu those lean lingers of hUde Cuba indicates much kicking against ; peculiar lightness, sweetness and flavor noticed in

; > p down upon| some vital organ and the conditions laid down by Congress j the finest cake
'f then you are uudoue..c for the withdrawal of American at.thoiity .- biscuit doughnuts, crusts, etc.,

e -_-: deiH Uiiu> is It a uncovers dnadful evrry disease.weak Itstrikes spot in members I of the administration which expert bakers say is unobtainable by the ,

your last). Weak lungs may mean claim to have :;,'cretDf irma- i;I use of any other leavening agent. .
bosumpllon. A slight derangement of the kidneys may mean liriglil's tion which causes them to expect an |
Di eue.. Heart Trouble followed by Heart Failure. Every vuluemble early acceptance of the conditions i
te ff-achl'\lby (rip. ,
point Quinine U too slow to cope with Grip. Don't use it. Discard it at once.' by the Cubans. i i The Cook""Royal outlining Baler: over and boo Pastry most made There from are cheap alum,bikinf but powder,
they are exceedingly -
( The b ue of Grip a Life or Death, or worse than Death. A once strong man the rumored intention of the ad-, practical and valuable cooking receipts faamlul health. Their
. with all the life and energy sapped out of him u a pitiful thim_. De. th is ministration to send more troops to card free with to every patroo.full address Send astrmgentaudcauterizinggwlitieapostal .
your add a dangerous clement to food.
) better than such au exiotence.JOHNSOX't Cuba is .
denied in j
) TOXIC WILL CURE GRIP. It will cure every ollicial
:> .uu wrery woman and every child thai will take It. It In a Superb Grip Cure, driving circles. '
tfen IrtttOf grip poison fl'OlilIhesYlitel II does tie work quickly aniledi-rtlvi-ly. Hartsit Other seekers after official .. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
once. loan hour U enter the Mood and begins to neutralize the Grip 101011; within plumsare I
,. a day U places the victim beyond the point ot danger,and before the cud of the week attest the return perlect health.
.. The woo lake the Tonie and depend Solely upon It are safe. Those who do not do HO the greed of ex-Senators who are i ing that the Navy Department is I II I Alal ami's new
':: place their live*In jeopardy. Ji is a wonderlul medicine and li Ito times belter than I governor seems to
- Quinine,doing In single day that which the slow and uncertain Quinine can not do In going after all the desirable places now preparing a uniform regulationbook I think the veto was,made to use.
. ten days Hat altgeppabouleofthlsTonicalwayaonbaud.. and lauding them too. Ex-Senator I "showing all uniforms and permitting I -- ,
You need it
may any moment, and when
JOB. over rough roads for 25 miles in met II. Carter's: appointment as Commis- officers promoted from th ; A Good Couth Hediclne for Children.
lithe price were 1100.00. none should consider thi too high when compared with the
"I have
fOOd data. The price U SO cents, and this amount U returned to every buyer who Is not ioncr of the St. Louis Exposition ranks to wear certain insignia and no hesitancy in recommending .
pleased. with theTVnte.BOTTLK ills been officially announced uniform not now worn them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,"
j BUY.A OP Joasso.Ny: CHILL AND FEVER TONIC TOD.\.Y. and by but
three other ex-Senators-Lindsay! which are permitted for other com says F. P. Moran, a well known and

., A. B. GIRARDEAU Thurston and McBride, are under mistoned officers." All Of which popular baker, of Petersburg, V'a.

stood to have been promised places shows how thoroughly: impregnated "We have given it to our children;

i :, SAVANNAH GA. on the same commission. with Sampsonian snobbishness our when troubled with bad coughs, also

:, Torn Carter's appointment, which Navy Department has become and whooping cough, and it has always

' carries $,';,000 a year for three years, I the necessity for Congressional given perfect satisfaction. It was

iV TIME TO BE SCARED.Theblll I majority of the Republicans in the .vith not very much work to do, was t action to restore American methods recommended to me by a druggist as.

fy,< next: congress will support his bill his reward for having, at the request I ;and destroy the illusion in many the best cough medicine for children
": ; of Mr. Babcock, of Wisconsin of Jr. I naval as it contained: no opium or other
f r but he probably underestimates the McKinley, talked the River I officers minds that a course at
to repeal the tariff on all power of the trusts over the average and Harbor bill to death ip his last I' Annapolis makes them better than harmful drug." Sold by Geo. \V.

forms of Iron and steel except a few Republican politician. Senatorial hours. Senators are recalling -! the |IIe"P!lc who put up the money for Price.

highly finished products is only one The Babcock bill is on the same the statement of Senatirt1 that. course.

I of many evidences that the shrewdest line as the anti-trust bill which John Manna, regarded at the time as a I:, Senator Morgan, who told some STRIKES A RICH FIND.

Republican leaders perceive that Sherman offered ten years ago. It bluff! that unless the Ship Subsidy I j'o.ll '| plain an.1 bitter truths about British "I was troubled for several year
with chronic
indigestion and
protection Is losing ground and thatit provided that the tariff should betaken ; was passed, the River and liari:! i influence having been used to make nervous
behooves their to retreat off of article the manufacture bill should debility writes F. J. Green, of Lancaster
party any iM>r not. Republican opposition to the Nicaragua

'" from the championship of high tariff and sale of which was controlled A .t'. ,-:oUDittee of the Senate : I Iomuiittfc Canal, in his speech advocatinghis N. If., "No remedy helped

: duties.. by a trust or combine. And ; Military Affaire, hay resolution, declaring the Clay ton- me until I began using Electric Hit

> Mr. Babcock is one of the recog- that is the best anti-trust bill ever ore appointed to investigate, dur-1 Uulwer treaty abrogated, says he hasi ters, which did me more good than

sized leaders of his party. He has yet presented.-Jolrnal. ing the Congressional recess, under I i 'received personal assurances from a all have the alo medicines I ever used. They .
kept wife in excellent
for six years been chairman of its the Pettigrew resolution, adopted by sufficient number of Senators, to my
congressional campaign committee To Cure a Cold In One Day the Senate, the charge that Lieut. : ]make him certain that his resolutionwill health for years. She says Electric

.. and is prominent in the ways and Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab I.. Vol. II. O. S. Hciatand, was interested i[ be adopted at the regular session Bitters are just splendid for female
troubles; that they are a grand tonic
oeani lets. All refund the I
committee. druggists moneyif in a scheme: to c.a nee the hemp! of Congress, and that the Nicaragua -
The reason he gives for it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's Canal bill and invigorator for weak, run down -
introduc- upply of the Phillj>i>mu.s through official !; ] will be passed whether -
,. ing1 hia free metal bill is creditable signature is on each box. 25c. favoritism.Chcther the In. !I 'er the administration changes its atI women. No other medicine can take
:to hk its place in our family," Try them. .
patriotism as well as his political The Chicago man who was arrestedfor vesti=ation is to be a whitewashing I i titude towards the project not. Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed

.. "I judgment. He says: sneezing happened to be sneezingin affair or is to get at the real facts, j For the-weakness: and- -prostrationi by (;eo. W. Price and Watt & Son.Don't .
have .
introduced this bill because another man's store. is not yet apparent. If it be the latter j ---- ---- ,
believe i i following grippe there is nothing.oIJrOmpt
that such a measure is there are reasons fat the belief wait until your property is
" and effective as One Minute
fcewary lu order to protect the Persons who cannot take ordinary that a sE'nsationalllting scheme oflarjje burned but take out fire protectionin
: Cough CureThis preparation is
'" consumer from the exactions ot great pills find it a pleasure to take De- proportioniil be uncovered. advance. Call on .1'. R. Hodges:
.), :tjWi whIch are rapidly absorbing Witt's Little Early Risers. Theyare The administration hangs on to the i I i highly endorsed as an unfailing remedy who represents nine of the belt com
for all throat and lung troubles
:enUre iron and steel business. the best little liver pills ever reciprocity treaty v.ith France, notwithstanding !I and its early use prevents consumption panies. Mice opposite Baptist
i The
: duties provided by the Dingley made. A. R. Wise. x the determined opposition i It was made to cure quickly. church. 'Puone 34.

' act were undoubtedly necessary a in the Senate, that caused it and j! A. K. Wise. ,
( number' After searching thirty for a
of years ago when the iron years all the other reciprocity treaties ne- I! For all pulmonary troubles BalI Remarkable Cures of Rheumatism
sad lost husband atlast
a Chicago woman
.} < Steel business was an infant in- ..liatcd under the Dingley tariff lard's Horehound Syrup taken in the From the Vindicator Rutherfordton -
: : succeeded in locating man who I
: : ustry. .It has now grown to enor1vpm law, to be left unratified, and an ,early stages, proves a certain and N. C.: "The editor of the Vine
'. answered the description. But he I
.,; "; Proportions,and is probably the proved'an alibi. agreement has been signed by Secretary i|j.sure specific. It is equally effectivein dicator has had occasion to test the

'; moeteitenzive In manufacturing busi- Hay and the French Ambassador croup and whooping cough, and if efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain Iliim

'' the. country.: We are advised You Know What You are Taking extending the time in which the j used in season prevents the further j twice with the most remarkable re-
i; that
*: the biggest consolidation yet When take Grove's Tasteless treaty with France may be ratified I! 'development of consumption. Price salts in each case. First, with rheumatism
you t 125 and 50 cents. Sold Gel W.
; gf'Lmptcd i Is DOW about to be effect- Chill Tonic because the formula is to Sept. 24,1902. Price. by in the shoulder from whichhe

I .: the steel business, and from allis plainly printed on every bottle showing In an answer to the Senate resolution suffered excruciating pain for ten

P .t'idClI: tba*. can be gathered it I that it is simply iron and quininein Secretary Long admits that i i Are you tick? If so, investigatethe days which was relieved with tri

,: f lift seems Clear tI at the protection ftf.Dinjlev 50 a tasteless form. No cure no pay. commissioned officers in the navy, merits of Herbinc. It is a concentrated = applications of Pain Balm, rubbing

_r. i eded by the act is no longer i cents. promoted from the rank's, are not allowed I medicine, the dose is { the parts. afflicted and realizing Instant -

i' '! acteaez7. We carry a large and well-selected to wear the same uniforms small, yet it quickly produces the benefit and entire relief in avery
Babcock is' confident that a stock of drugs and chemicals of all worn by officers of the same grade most gratifying results digestion short time. Second, in rheu-

; kinds' -anything you want and see graduated from Annapolis, but denies i improves the lips and cheeks lose matism in thigh joint almost prostrating

I advertised call at Young's drug store that the discrimination is made I their pallor the eye becomes: bright him with severe pain which
): { and the step elastic. Price, 50 cents. was relieve
i for it. because one fficer went thrcugh. he by two applications,
onight I Sold by Geo. \V. Price.
I r show Naval Academy and the otherdidn't, rj j j! rubbing with the liniment on .retiring -

.r .:. 'If loot liver is ont of order, cansing a greatly increased but he failed to give any other pta.us-1! Gomez denies that interview in j!! at night, and getting up free
3 death rate from throat and lung He further i from pain." For vale Geo.
;'- fees, Sick Headache, Heart- ible reason therefor. admits i j which he is made to favor continued : by XV.

:: : ,1 X19 Constipation tab dose off trouble, due to the prevalence pf the justice of the complaint of': occupation of .Cuba by Americans. Price. !

: a croup pneumonia and grippe. We those discriminated against by slat The denial was hardly }..... ....' .
w advise the of One Minute Cough necessary. It is to be hoped.Teddy-did not
..rf's Pills use i ie8lJf | Gomez is as anxious to get into .the try
Cure in all of these difficulties. It is -- -- -- -- -- meal tub as any of them. to "hog" the inauguration exercises,

rio,'iil1g;and the only harmless remedy that gives like he did the San Juan hill skirts
...0 tomorrow your di- immediate results. Children like it. ;, There is always danger in using ish.
Organs will be regulated and A. R: Wise. 1 counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
g 1:9iIl be bright, active and ready --- Salve. The is safe C. .
-...> kind original a teTOR2: ..
II1J of kThia haI deal has doubtless ThU signature la OD every box of the naia*
"' Mr. Carnegie's late {
L experience of others and certain cure for piles. It is a Bor.th. llis Cord tall 11111 k.
..JOUft. HOOD'S PILLS:are given a great impetus to the Laxative BromoQuioine Tablet* I soothing and healing cure for sores t3fanatar.
Uu remedy that JMK II.eeN ta ... day and all skin
,wi medicine dealers. 25 cta pipe organ and book industries. "' diseases.- 'A. R. Wise. I _

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.bz. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 18,4'

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1 The Republican majority in Congress -
the J,,, --....
put a Philippine crown on ceJ

l Abroad head of Mr.! McKinley. but its value
t' t
to the looters was :greatly dirmr.i-heei
I is sometimes good for the health, \ with .
th" Hoar 'c
I but it isn't half so sure and safe and f
it costs a thousand times more than the granting of fr.inchi'C aul t e

DR. THAGHER'S disposition: -: -.. of public l.t'ui- -

LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP \vouKi\"o !11IJI\I : n.TIII're'"twre"t .\\'.
,. for tiioc! tm.11-
I which cures you right at your home .
I of all diseases .of the Liver. Blood little workerDr.. iing's, MLLi ':\

._ and Kidneys. Your Backache, Tills. Millions are always busy curing -

.'Constipation, Sleeplessness, Dizziness, Rheumatism, Loss of Appetite, Bill- torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

iousness, Sick Headache. Bright's Disease,,Diabetes or Dyspepsia can be fever and ague.: They \i.tlisa i in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
I relieved and cured by this old reliable'remedy. To feel right and have your
system in perfect condition means erything. Try a bottle today.My sick headaihr. drive out nul.irki. and has been made under his per.

wife has been troubled with liver complaint, costivenesi and sick bl'8dache. Dr. Never tripe or weaken: Sai.ill. # #,4-#. sonal supervision since its infancy
Thacber'a Liver and Blood Syrup tx ing highly recommended to her,she bought a buttle and taste lure, work!: wonderTr.., Allow no one deceive you in this
, at once began to improve. gratefully recommend this remedy toa II. them. 2V at Gel \\". Price ana at
A.A.GooD\\IN. Greenville,Texas ; Watts d: Son. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but

1- Toar U.rfS prereS".lMu! .hu(Unr Dr). or ThacBert he na get Liver them aDd Blood If he Syrup"0"',"and head Dr. ThKhir-j... ---- Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of .
,... or M fauiU for a buttU>-Bot TrjM. UrBteUt I.i.
IIa a pack ('hina'con-ent to being deM!>.nle.l Infants and Children-Experience against EiperuaeaJ
Write ouffconsultstion Dept explaining symptoms,and receive free confidential advke.Z .
t THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY, Chattanooga. Tenn.f of territory by Russia may not have

j been entirely \oluntary, I ut the .
f' .. -, Czar will stand pat on it ami see -
1 what: the otiur tuners will try to do
about it.When. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare.
I IIe' I Gov. Dietrich, of Nebraska, ha: and Soothing SyrupiT. It is Pleasant. It
f A VALUABLE REPUTATION. -- '- goric, Drops
I ., been exprts'sing! the opinion that children have earache, saturate contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
lie Oaa.a- I.C'-r Twe.t7 Y..rad Teddy will make the Senate do II.I isi- a piece of cotton with Ihl- substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
Bad Made a Same for ness. It might-be well for : IVe- l.ird's Snow Liniment, and plate it and allays Feverbimess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind

_@taiaelt. trich to inform himself ns to the i in the car. It will stall the pain Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand

': a-nount of authority tie Vice-1'resi- j quickly i'rtceiandUcents. Sold Flatulency. assimilates the Food, regulates the
"A business matter' took me out t dent ha- in the Senate Chamber; by (;cu. \V. I'rice. and
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy natural sleep.
west last fall," said the will-known attorney : then he wouUu't evpre such opin- -- -
The Children's Panacea Friend.
who was in a reminiscent mood, j ions. The cojntry outs much to the -

relates tjie Detroit Free Press, "and Democrats of the defunct F.fty sixth

I took advantage of the opportunity I Children often inherit feeble digei- i Congress, but they should receive GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

tu make a trip into the mountains for a i tive (lower and colic of a more or i, especial thanks for having prevented -

week's as'a hunting. I hired an old man less severe character results, \\hen I i] the majority putting through the Bears the Signature of
tj act guide and do the cooking
food is taken which is at all dillicult !'
ship subsidy job and fur having coui-
and I enjoyed myself to the utmost. I
i The mountains were full of big game, to digest. White's Cream Vcrmi-j I pelled the majority to reduce war

but the state had lately passed a law I fuiie! acts as a general and pCl llln- ,;I taxes. -

- prohibiting the killing of d Headache often results from disordered -
vas particularly: aggravating, as we Geo. \V. I'rice. I' a
were continually running across hcm. -- condition of the stomach and ,

:owe I am a respecter of the law.-unless Yes I'epublicj, especially those I constipation of the bowels.I .\ dos

I am retained on the other Eidlnn.1 :'- I tinged with aristocratic imperialism or two t-'hamberlain'b; Stomach The KM You Have Always Bought
found it hart refrain s
I work to has "
are ungrateful.! pro- and Liver Tablets will correct these .
from Itt the deer that 'nt-
: shorting prtit I muted Admiral (Vr.vera, whose fleet disorders and cure the head Iche.II .
ed themselves as if thrj knew that they In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .
i was destroyed by Hchlev,' lut thisI :Sold by (!eo.V.. I'rice.X.i.ith.tanding .
were free from danger. Hut along to- II CENTAUR co....... TT MUIIIU CTBCCT sew.OB. CITV.
ward the last meat out and I government hall done nothing for : '- :-
our ran : the extraor.iiI : = ':c.'s. ; : "-:: .. ..
tol.l the ol.l mau that nevoiiJ have :tSchley, except to try to belittle his I
nary efforts of the administration to i'u
ta have fresh meat even if we had acLievemcnts.

to l.i:11l: deer, lie agreed with me. and I .- i get the Senate: to ratify them, all of __.__. '. __ __

it vvasa't ttu minutes JaUr that a deer | Mrs. C. E. VanDeusen, of Kilbourn, [ the reciprocity treaties negotiated ,

sprang' up ahead of us. 'wasn't pre-1)i \' ., was afllicted with btouiach: : under the Dingley tariff law lapped| : |: BUIE'S SAW MILL1Four

pared for him. but the guide was and [ trouble and constipation for a long with the end of the Fifty-aixth Con-
he made a clean miss, much to his ,lisi{ gress. ,
i gust. That was the last deer that we time. She says, "I have tried many i MilesVest of Lake City.
saw, and w. returned without having preparations but none have dune me A HORUIBLE OUTmn .\K '!
broken the law. nut no sooner had we the good that Chamberlain's Stomach "1M large sores on my little daughter's ]First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part

I arrived at the point where we had I and Liver Tablets have." The e head developed into a caSe of of the City oa short notice. Address

started from than the-old man was ar- TabktJ are for sale at Goo. \V. I .
scald head' writes C' D. Isbill of S.:J P. BUiE: LAKE CITY FLA
rested for killing a deer, and I took it ,
Price's Price 25
drug store. cents. Morganton, Tenn., but Uucklen's Arnica ,
upon nijself to defend him. as I knew -, _. _. -
free.Reublican --- --- ---- --
Salve completely cured her.
t him to be innocent. I took the stand |I ;
-- I It's a guaranteed cure for Eczema,
in his behalf and thinking it || ; with
a pull are now ,
bet to make a dean breasf of the matter looking longingly toward the lootingof r'i' Tetter, Salt Rheum, Pimples, Sores, La_ 3 Gitg: Bottling
I admitted that he had shot at Ulcers and Piles. Only i"cents at a ril.
a deer but missed him. Then I-putthe. the Philippines, which they think I Ceo.V.. Price and Watts & Son. 1
w.ll be shared in by )Ir. McKinlcy's _
I .old
man on the stand to corroborate .
my testimony. I i carpet-bag officials' to be appointedunder I I We note in the Washington )lapel's. } ,. dompanij.
'You the autocratic Congress that Jim 'orbett participated in a X
admit having shot at the authority If i iOiSL57
deer?' said I, when the old man took has conferred upon him. i "sacred concert" at one of the Washington F7 1 s1
the stand. I'I't theatres Vonder -DEALER IX-
t --- | Sunday night. \ 1Rw75
"Thet's what!' he answered. I J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, 111., writes"My when Jim got 'converted:" ii-,:..

., tied.'And:. .jou missed- him?' I contin- little boy was very low with I' No one knows the unbearable torj Cool Drinks, Fruits, Vegetables -

I "No, siree!"'he shouted. 'I killed pnemania. Unknown to- the doctor I ture one lergoes iron piles unless

him,,.1.,'get'!' we gave him Fuley's Honey and Tar. they are so aHlicted. Talle.- IluckJ c z
I :The result was magical and puzzled :: Tobaccos, Cigars,
"That took the wind out of my sails the doctor, as it immediately stop| J eye Pile Ointment is a quic'c, safe i

_ I. and I collar ed. the result being that ped the racking cough and he quickly I and painless cure. P ice, 5J cents in
the old man was fined }25. recovered." bottles. Tubes, 75: cents. Sold by Nuts, Raisins, Apples,
"After t.he trial I took him aside -- i Oo. W. Vice.

, M. and asked him what he meant by II I Admiral Dewey has written an interesting -.- ---.- ---- \ I

swearing to a lie and convicting him- !i. letter to the cadets at An- The proper e.iitiph for the Fifty- And Fine Candies.
self napolls telling them what they must i sixth Congress: i"The most extravagant -
See hyar," he answered, 'rye bin 'i i M.\MAXITACTTEEHS BOTTLER3 OF
be to be good officers of the navy, body that ever existed.
Ijin' fer 20 about havin4 __
years never but he did not say a word about o- h nda"ater" Sars>apiirilla Strawberry, Cinder Ae
missed a deer thet I shot at, an.' ye cial FAMILY J.\11.; j Seltzer Cider Etc.
advantages. That isn't
don't think the
thet I would
, ruin my reputation !
are more often the result of indiges-
fer $25 do ye?" only difference between Dewey alit tion than anything eNe. Dyspeptics i Geo J Davis, Manager
j Sampson, either. are usually irritable nervous, cranky I
A Hoitrai oa Parade. !I .
i ------ individuals who make trouble for all -
"What wasit MyrtilIa did that wasso An Honest Medicine for La Grippe. those around thejn. Dr. Loyal Ford's .j rt .frTcT. Y:2t.cCta' < ="-TAT=;?RF; #

i dreadful r' I Geo. \\'. Waitt of South Dyspepticide makes the stomach : M7' ; t
Gardiner r
"Why, our club ,
literary met at her right and restores health and happiness t e # e zt
house, and she wanted to show her Me., says: "I have had the worst i in the household. :

new hat so she wore.it.-Puck., I't:cough, cold, chills and grip and have : ti t The .
\Vhere lie Drrir- -Ike- Line.j I I IC3 1 taken lots of trash of no account but Senator Tillman politely informed i i1 Offers to both sexes a good edu-

: -l'ht dOJt'1 prrfera&achaser I j profit to the vendor. Chamberlain's Senator Ilanna that he handled the Florida 'cationalongthlline"of

afther dhrioking whuhkey I I Cough Remedy is the only thing that truth carelessly and didn't know i Modern ThGught and I\ttivitu.

'. I 'as.sjdy-ADII"thing but me wolfsi I I has done any good vvhatev'er. I have what he was talking about, in a lit : =AgrJculturttcientific.
: Judge. used one bottle of it and the chills. tle spat they had in the closing hoursof Literan' :vlititary and
t Industrial })eparillll'nt-. Most
Congress. t
I cold and grip have all left me. I : .
-- 4 leoee complete outfit of apparatus Exb
I e_ __ 4i congratulate the manufacturers of penses reduced tll a minimum.
----- Couldn't help
getting a cold ,
I an honest medicine." For sale l>y nevercures Short'hand, Telegraph\ Bookkeeping -

Era I. Geo. W. Trice.__ I of li.illard's it; but carrying Horehound home Syrup a bottle, and I: Send for, taught a New Fx1t.Catalogu; to

1. ,i cI S There is-a- I II using it as directed, will cure the I.
: crowing suspicion that worst kind of cough or cold. Price, I ,Yo F'. YO L'\I, Pr B.

Dry;n olst, scaly"teeter, all ec 'the conditions imposed upon Cuba ,''I 25 and 50 cents.: Sold by. Geo. W. II Lake ity. 1-1a.' I .

!, lecaa or salt rheum pimples and other cu- were intended to continue American Price.iOeo.. ,

t either taneoua inherited eraptKuu, or proceed acquired fa-om through humors de. i occupation oe acce t\..,;of uy the the island Cubans., and not to I h...<1 l' '1'"I-I: I'1 N I'J.3J.1c: J. .':: 1:<.'I>H34' 1 l'>;r1'. '"I'l.O.i'.3 1'.l. 1Y:;"

fectlv digestion aud assionlation. S. Hacker -o .r-_ -- ----_ .,
treat R -- :
F Son
', To these eruptloas with drying The editor of the Fordville, Ky., :I -
Medlchws la dangerous. Miscellaneous, writes a* a postscript'' ;.';';' '' G>.< < oeii>e&oe9* MAAi

I ; i The thing to do is to help the system to to a business letter: "I was cured of i I J

tae&atge the humors, and to acre:,then kidney trouble b\r taking Foluy's A Nine HEIBiNE.I I
j I ;the dJggjtiTe and aasimllatiTa muctluns Kidney Cur ." Take nothing eUe. =
' G. \\ Price.
1 .against thohr retmm. ,
( BO d's Sarsaparilla cen be '! Tenths
rued upon to do that, according to thous- i i Senator Morgan made a last appeal r : i '

" <' ands et voluntary testimonials. i i to tie Senate to pass Nicaragua: of Pure from Natural Roots.j3
It e! ee4s radical and permanent cures Ca tat legislation but the .
,I :;- I
t "I,was troubled with eczema tor some order to the all the .

i time,'bat have had MO regain of the disease it inain.. The Hay-Pauncefote'contrary made i II II' r--f\jJ"TES' the titer {\tomachand{ Bowels, .
t slaw taking Hood's I
{ HISJM, Fraaki, ilia. BarsapAfUa.if ; J. U. treaty has now lapsed by limitation, I| PeopleSuffer Deanses the Sem, Purifies the Blacd! J

J "I was troubled witb-pimples on my race I and if the iJea that we must get the I :
I land back and consent of Great Britain continues M.ttitFAC REEs OF ,tlRE
chafed skill 'Qil my body. a Malaria, Cllmusness{!{ ConstIpation{ { !
it Hood's Sarsaparilla cured me of both to control this government another Iy

tmatlleL" Miss ALVIH WewEg, Cox 212. treaty must be negotiated before Doors SasH Blinds Mouldings from a Weak Stomach an Impaired Digestion.Diseased ] !

.Aigetla Wla.'HootPs. Congress acts.HUMORS. ,
-AND- i Every Bcttle! Guaranteed
to Site! SatisfsptloBPrice ,
t Building Material. .A't.GrE .
I BOTTLE. w gn? o LDC>SS. :
ii pelti7ely uneqnslej-Uia miedlcine (or beats, iJznpfcs tnj tH : Liver .".Cents.
aU Minors'. !arc due to impure blood I CHA
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.... _Booa'.I'W.a.n:: elegtkwtlo-.. Uood'and by purifying the broil with LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. I \_ Prepared by JAMES f. &\LIAEtfl St Louis Mo
._. 4 ? .L Sarsaparilla they
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r [ mV "Well; then, r.et Saturday tcl)lut ants or what yer like only don't let
RA :him to the test, acct unless le p'eHf us get cod! in our armpit!"

himself a'hero and a nan, under such A Wile Says : In support of which the older man (GettingThin

desperate cireumFlances I khall br again! swore but the victorious one
i A persis- 'sadly dUappointcd. Now stop ucr'rjinij said nothing. Only the pistol contin-

,;$ tent cough is and go and read the war retr. "1Fie ban four chi1dren. With the firs ued to frown threateningly.

r.' at first a to uncle. lIe's dying for it, 1 Lno." three I suffered almost unbearable pains from Two more minutes that seemed like

friend, for it her And before Mary had time to sic 12 to 14 hour, and had to be placed under -hours to the captured men i,3tstd bj. j
; gives warning had demand an explanation she the i&Oueacc cf chloroform. I used three and the older burglar caoiaieuted to
" room. bottles of Mother's Friend before swear more loud:}. The younger man
of the approach Jack \\ llebJie.J our
t F of put in an apparthu Id earner which also began to indignantly assert his is all right if are too fat
a ance on the following Saturday ard rights to humane treatment, and matters you ;

,' deadly enemy. +ivpi a little coaching from the two /Is a strong, fat and were just becoming strained; when and all wrong, if too thin already.
j Heed made <|iiite a rst.d i irnpms='"" in healthy boy, doing + !
, dinner, when he discussed housework I folioed Fat enough for habit i is
.. A1_ lil& the warning juili'ury my uptowithintwehotus + : your ,

. before it is !Irectness.At tactics with. keen interest! not ccr- i appeared upon the E ene. healthy; a little more, or less, is

too late, be- of birth and sufacJbutakwhard!- It was the first time Jack had taken .
half past 11. after a game of billiards r no great harm. Too fat consult
; fore your { '" an active part in a burglary case and i ,
and om-sMeil
: lungs become the subject of cavalry remouru.argument the OP '; pains. This liniment he was considerab'y! nonplussed to find a doctor; too thin, persistentlythin

t Inflamed two: men retired, and an hour later is the grand- I i two bard-featured villains straining no matter what take
,-1, / their arms to the ceiling at sight ofa I cause,
before the: house was dark andIlent.. I remedy ever ; ,
the Mary, are jcu awake?" I made. common domestic poker. But he Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
concluded it must be the usual thing i j .
doctor says, "Consumption. "Uather!" came in a sltej-j voice. v* > among such gentry, and his face regained Oil. %

." When the danger "I thought: jou were never coming" Mother'sFriend ? If.;. some of its color as he took There of
I II' Uncle's been reading and only l I are many causes get
signal appears, help the cord from his dressing-gown and

nature with turned but his he's light out a few" minutes < iR j i ;requested one of the men to hold down ting too thin; they all come
ago snoring now.
I' j I his hands to be bound which he did
The under these two heads
two girls shivered siinu'tanoiisly with a grateful A : over-
y will d.J for woman what It did for the I glance. curtain cord
fr and in every
sjinj-athy. Midnight
served for the other, and the two soon work and underdigestion.Stop .
1 I", Minnesota mother who writes the above IttI I
enterprises are wont to try the stood side by side, trussed like cock-
: strongest nerves. Mary turned on the I! let. Not to use it during pregnancy is a I erels. over-work, if you can;

RIi.l'r gas. I mistake to be paid for in pain and suffering. iMotber' { "Now, then, guv'nor. tell the bloke but whether
4 'Why, Beat," she exeiahutd.:! ".,"C1: | i > Friend equips the patient with a : behind the sofy to shift that plat t. 'I ; you can or not,

look just like a man! Whirr I"id"eU. I| strong body and ding intellect, which in i I1 don't like it!" exclaimed one. take Scott's Emulsion of Cod
} PQ Of 1 get those old clothe? And. oh! jour I' "Pistol? I
|turn What ?
face is so dirty and smurigj !" are imparted to the child. It retain | pistol I Liver Oil, to balance yourselfwith
: ,the muscles! and allows them to expand. It i I Jack looked round in the direction
Don't until Beatrice laughed, in spite of lur indicated, and work. You can't live
; delay your relieves morning sickness! and nervousness. staggered back as he I' your

lungs are sore and nerves. |b all encountered the frowning muzzle. The I it but
your I she asVfd- puts the organs concerned in perfect on -true- byit, you
t : "Shall I do? j idea suddenly occurred to him that '
cold settled down deep :
condition for the fioalhour.so that the actual ,
1 "Do? You're simply this was another burglar in hiding, and i can. There's a limit, however;
In your chest. Kill the ) labor is short and ; |
for me cotr- practically painless. Dani
then. i i be had
"Oood-by. Listen outflanked
i | as the '!
enemy before the deadly ing back; and if ycu hear me ruan'rf'j|j, !get of rising or hard breasts is altogether colonel would probably have called it. I' you'll pay for it.

: blow kills you. Cure open the door and lEt n-e in." 1 I avoided, and recovery is merely a matter of i 1 But as he moved, the p'stol: field steadi i i Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver

your cough today. In obedierce to which comir.ard afewdays. i|i (fast)* in its place, and at last he maI I

One dose brings relief.A Mary, as soon as her coi.sin had left I Druggists sell Mother'Friend fur$1 a bottk. | nruvered round and discovered a slight j Oil is the readiest: cure for

few doses make the the room locked the doer, tl:rcw her I The BradfleU Regulator Co.,Atlanta Ga.l form dressed in ragged men's clothes, "can't. eat," unless it comes of

cure complete. self upon the bed and la.igbed and I Send for our free illustrated book.a and propped up with cushions: and I!
nNe IIuI: J5c.Iw MwrilurrcoU: cried intcrmittect'v: until she fell chairs. your doing no work-you can'tlong

fetefe lomtlul tutor.aUcr lids cawa: J1.M ire moat asltep from sheer e\hai-sticn. I I "\o s, young 'un, put up that gun. ':.1.1It's be well and strong, withoutsome

The amateur burglar gingerly smile as the th1 ; lt how the papers all over. Why. look here! ,Great l' sort of
the"1 twit onaider rented your; Cherry for colds Pectoral and picked her way do\Tr. tair?. and silently I would! make such a *-iticu of the I peon! It's Beatrice! And she's activity.

cough and all throat affections.. turned the key of the library door affair. No; Beatrice dcc.utd that it fainted!" t, The genuine has

z Ian ued beau It for tim SO all.)ears" and iteemiahr }\'eling'hnay toward n coaifovtaVt should not be. Atd so Jack slept ont I "Fainted?" echoed the two trussed i| j jmen this take picture no other.on It,

: 1>.1:.LrJlJEYt. couch she threw Lereeh ufon it an iiiirocfcious of the opportunities for j in chorus. "Fainted? Fainted? I jc i If
'I' have 1
1 not
I you
1 Coo.tt,1888. Union, 'i.Y.
waited, listening; the brathi? (>f h>r I distinction that awaiteo him downstairs |c 'Ere, gu wr, let us ;Dose to kirk ourselves j |tried it, send for

TO.hietar... Hut complaint Doetoe.If vhatever. own heart and to the awful s-il.nee !I I I I II I II andc'l1 go qu:> ." 1 free sample, Its a1j

and ioira lira brat urdlcal advice you that pervaded the hcuso. Imaginationran ,I I In the meantme, the enterprising 1 "A smart capture, Jack. and a bold j I greoabie taste will'
e... cu Mtublr ncslfe.write the doctor wild and played her awful pr.iiil.r. young !lady with the smudgy face and I venture surprise you.
',, '-If.) 101111111 receive a prompt ro- your part, said the colonel : j .
ply..itlw>et_*. Addreu Fearful animals crept s-tca'.Iliilv: : | rajrg- ii clothes had sci/ci'.au old dueling "You ought to have been SCOTT BOWNE
a soldier.
>>a..J.c.ATEtt. Lowell.Han.s .
through the gloom, and ominous : r''cl and intrenched herself in my boy. There's a career waiting t 409 Chemists Pearl ooc,> ,

5 A noises came from every coiner. A I the rear or the sofa from which the you in the army!" i, New Street, '
tap-tap from the direction oi the win I could obtain an uninterrupted view of "Yes." said Jack "but-" | York.

't: --- t-- --_- dow sounded'most painfully realistic, I the prci..cdings within the room. .vicious tug at his coat tail stopped {I Ii j. 50c. and $1.OOPal1 druggists.
and a law murmuring was Tie nothing :'I There she propped herself up with i i.i him, and at that moment the colonel i -- .,
; # more than the whisperings of hidden ', one arm extending over the back of II I Ii was called away. j i

:'ti 2 human beinga. i the sofa, pointing unloaded :'' I
an pistol "If
i HANDS you mention
F UP my disgraceful NO ONE KNOWS
part THEM ALL.
Beatrice shook herself and in ..nd
remembered : a menacing manner there she i iI [I i in the affair" said Beat, "I'll
D00 0 e'4uWHAT I her errand. Partly to hep: her i meant to fight and die, as the had iyour cowardice the expos I
1,I on spot.Unc> Rot Mora Tfc*. Oav-riltk of U. EBB
cousin and partly for her'own heard her uncle tell of brave in
amuse men would
j have
fit if
a he
I 1 i knew I had been llik Words Ar. 11..* fcr
a pity Jack is not a j meat she had planned to ma [ uerndo I{ the tieitlc, for it was a desperate i;masquerading I in boj's clothes!" I I Amy WrIUr.

",. sighed Mary, laying as a burglar to arouse the nnconfeicusJack : matter now, and it was scarcely real- I!I "But what on earth were you doing I 1
'r and to test his courage. In the uablc that such a terrible plight could! !! with that pistol?" i I
down a paper containing a list of the I II The growth of the English language
light cf day it was splendid ever have in 'I
a originated a harmless
project litJ
} Uittt recipients of the V. C. "Dad is J "Oh, never mind. Perhaps I was is so enormous that it would be practically
with countless expertu.iiiies for l.airr.- tie joke. I re-I
to awfully gone on soldiers just now." hearsing a play, and the burglars impossible for the most learned
less fu!!. But here, in the dark and A man crept stealthily into the! I
She glanced toward a dainty writing tend |t an inconvenient time. The : man to be acquainted with every
silent library, at one o'clock in the i room through the half-open window
I I of the
table where the photograph of a rest comedy went fairly well, word. Intelligent persons, even those
morning, it was cruelly unromantic. and cast the light of his lantern in all 1
o handsome curly-headed young barrister I I though, only the poker was a little engaged in the learned professions,
Creak, creak! This time directions.
it Then
was no a sign that abe 11
upon '
occupied a prominent place undignified. But the audience appear do not make use of more than from
fancy, for the library window was was right, another long-legged villain
i tower was expressed in every one of ; I to be vvrll siiUfied. and the colonel in 6,000 to 8,000 words all told, although
those ing forced and through the followed, and the two conferred in !i particu.ar is there
clear-cut features-the power to open i delighted with the hero are properly belonging to our
_. tletre a way through the world. blinds came the occasional( flash: of a mufl'cd tones. Then they carefully] jUo jour best for those poor 'illainsht'll language over 200,000. The famous

t.. But,CaL Warwick could think of lantern. In a moment Beatrice was shut the window closed the shutters i i\\ ) ou defend them, for they did writer or authority of to-day, whether -

i loiiinj but soldiers, and his daughter on the alert. Of a sudden it dawnedupou la the gas and pounced upon the safe. !i let their parts most bl'autifullJ'ow I he uses words to express nice
;, : Mary,' elandestinely carried on I her that instead cf a tir.ii>rci,s 'J hat t;:is Cent's" opportunity. i;o to Mary. She's dying to scold you!" shades of meaning or as technical

her love affairs, and concocted all mock burglar ttr i:afortuaate Jakj 1 "Hands up! \-Chicago Iferald.Dentistry. I tools of thought in his own department -
'. j j have to tUit with cf If an electric wire had been connect- I II. his
aorta of impossible plans to transform might a gang I. S I must have at command a
: ,' | hardened criminal and taiTObab! pi) with th? automatic figures, ando a of
: her civilian lover into something like : c I vocabulary from 30,000 to 40,000
i man for the colonel. She earn went result of such an t-r.i-our.t-T v.ouM button had been pressed the upper for Sb* p. words, the latter being the maximums

s ta the length of at tl upset arrangements that Mary v:ould! limbs could not have responded more A shepherd of New South Wales hr I acquired by any man now living.
1 inquiring war
r }once if lawyers, 'as well; doctors* in future thank her to leave her af- : prompty than did the hands of those tried dentistry for sheep with great There is a large number of words
< lad elergymen, were not attached to fairs alone. So the little joke had developed two desperate burglars. Scared and success. He had a valuable rain which which until recently have escaped tl'e

: the headquarters staff of the in into a huge trage )". and Jack i' baffled as they were they staggered found great difficulty in masticating attention of lexicographers. In thr -
army < round on their heels, to discover tiess' its food owing to the loss '
Somk Africa, and must not be saciilici-d. Even in the e of feet b. text of the "Kucyclop.edia Kritat'iiif
being disappointed ,
ed ii that, hour of danger she could not rtpr source of that sudden command, and Artificial teeth were inserted "which there are toOj 1(1 words which I.
religiously set to work to
Inculcate : encountered the owning muzzle of a enabled the animal to masticate its never been formally entered urn' >'c .
some martial ardor in her
tow !i pistol. It was encii'jh. The )'ou4a es I fodder. fined in any dictionary. In tlir r, -
I/1'.J'tqutitiug him to take her '' man groaned and the older one said there 7t fill > \,
,tury Dictionary are w.
to *U the military functions in I Giving Aid to SwU P..r.
Yet not something beneath his breath. II I In some found in no other an? it hIS I > .
t the unconscious Jack would CASTOR Swiss vineyards
;, be i hero. I i! Hive minutes passtd, and not a word I wh',.harvest was left last nearly the said that there is not toc'-'v! ,-
t For Infants and Children. was s-pokeu. Two pairs cf hands still' month to man living who is Mrfiriortlr: :Xm t
Why don't you help me, Beat I jthe poor of the neighborhood. ,
At moved aloft and two pairs of cowed I, to write one aveiage i ;:"" > t t
: ';J: W'tt'B cried' who plaintively appealing to ea The Kind You Have Always Bought : eyes fearfully watched the muzzle of -- ; -- I pages of this dictionary To -
; gracefully
'*l reclining on the pistol. But it never moved. The BEST should bo some idea of the trtmr- d"! '> T' i
t'HE aim
: '_ ottoman your
was devouring the A .
Bears the
aim the vl{ 'ir
/ was deadly of the language AV i i
whenbuying medicine.
: tontwti of GetHOOIl'1I
the latest I
lUIle'': "Your affair is novel all from Signature of ( '*"Urry up. guv'nor!" at last groanedthe Sarsajinrllla and lave the under the letter .\ i-.ive inn .,,' -i

; M tl)ou'te no troubles in the settled world younger man. "I;ing for the se rcbest medicine MONEY CAN BUY. J 50( years rfom 7,010 t.i i ear vM:y. f

i '" w pat that >""
wretched -------
book and
i ;, away .
a 1.,'t"Wp 1 me think of Jack!"
;. \\wry, jou're a nuisance!" ex-
o ,ftllBt4; the calm-minded
young lady,
: "siting her book with a slam. "And

| > 'a UJwk}f Why don't you think of

i 'swaetbiag! : else' for a few days? If IIi iT1TAATioNiil

j-ma hill to much about Geoffrey,

f4osld' pine myself into a conva-
5s\;_. lIt iome!"

i ;: J'J.oat you don't have to. You're

: ,:n gedi and, besides, your dad isn't
i!;:x'ad olllOldiera."

(.'".1..:b gys Beltriee"burat out laughing
;;'" her charming cousin assumed a

'." l1fted Pout "Yy dear girl," she
y patronizingly, and Ignoring theJnean

ioti'; "ancle' only a silly old man, Cure

TRcdhe" 'doeu', one-half te
'l.nllOf (:
;{"' y1wai about to espouse his h I

,-,i.'a4 even sacrifice her Jack in

.: ki 1 e-. when her,cousin stopped

for eing a hero, why Jack
be th.",.. well aa anyone if he UARANTEEDf.

: Mad he Ihall .,
v : xarthiaeaa.. be; for all your unJW -

-3 "" r Wnd.''HoW'Beat-how'l't Yon' he'll
say coming
?:l .uty aver Sunday?" 15
.-t';. worried dad Into aWng
tad \
.. cowented-just to keep

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r ':Y [ :. A Case to Dissolve. I! Commissioners' Proceedings. !! !!. rFIRST!!! !!! !!!!!!!!!! !

: ThegtizenReporter.infBOOT I An attachment was tried here here Clerk's 'Office, Lake City, Fla., ;:

before Judge Jno. F. White this week; |! March 4th, 1901. I m OPENING I

,- EDITOR AID PROPEIETOB. i i R. J. and B. E. Camp, plaintiffs, and | Board met. Present: R- T. Boozer -,

8 _.A. E.'JOJD.Assistant Editor. W. II. Mullen. defendant. The jury I chairman. W. Getzen, A. F. j' ::: Of up-to-date Ladres Neck Wear for the Season **

r Official Newspaper of Columbia County and i found for the plaintiff and assessed I Humph and G. A. Smithson. H _
; ,; the Town of-Lake City, Florida. ] /W
their damages at the sum of$207 w ithj The following accounts were approved ; MMMH Consisting of Ficures in Wash -1

ate" Omce-South ot Friday Courthouse at Lake Square.City, Fla. interest from Feb 16-1931, at legal]! and paid: MM Blonde and Liberty Silk. :-

rate. Messrs. Robison & Small and j 41 county paupers $IIG'jO'J. .
Ad ertiaing Rates Furnished upon Application. the1p'alntiffand I W. Perry, rent of armory 10 Iii i i .:t:
A. J. Henry were attorneys for /N The daintiest creations to lie Ima mej. The new SHIKT WAIST COLU8.* 8
L. ('.,W. & L. Co., water at jail 7 00 : i.l1 beautiful '
attireand Y
out tor ladles LIUKKTY SILK "
Idlest thin TIKSi
the !
Entered in Lake City postomce a: second Messrs: B. II. Palmer and J
i 2!3 33 .
class matter. J. L. Turner, trea fees all of which will be shown with pleasure to any lady calling.NI "
F. P. Cone for the defendant. ': Ii. XV.: B. Drew Co., records 3 00 Sa

Subscription $1.00 Per Year. Attention- 1! L. .\. Moore, road com. 1 j. W | = New Spring Millinery Arriving |
A. U. Wise, medicine for pns. 1 3) I :
I I The public desiring good a:tertainmeet J. I:. Chastain, road com. oW'Thus. MMKH -- MRS.. L. T. FUNK -. f
; : FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1901 '' Fielder, repairing Oinsteebritl'e M/4 .
, ,. i' in the shape of list class music l i..: ..; ; ; a..v ;! ve.; ;v.it %;.;;;;;:
...... :
: Z1ZZZs.a..Y.ZTHE i
both instrumental and vocal, will find j I' J as. E. Young, blankets and ._ di...1..1. sags

Gen. Benjamin Harrison, ex-presi 1 it at the college chapel on the night t ti supplies for clerk's office 3 ,} -- =

dent of the U. S., died at 4:4.1 o'clock j i of the Itith inst. ,O. R. Parker, justice, witness .r;!: g rfSgf ; GZ.oK g; Q .
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27 79
i and jury fees tV .e: e-I::;
at his home in IndIanapolis| Ind., j I The Senior class has engaged the j!, 10 fcu. ,
[ R. J. Stewart, constable cost ,
t Wednesday afternoon, of pneumonia. i services of the Chicago Glee Club, a |I''J..i L. Owens, repairing bridge '

i most excellent organization, for this : at Cone's jCO'; il'i1 .

Yy', The British government refuses to 'i lecenin;. I A. J. P. Julian, attention on FLIGHT OF TIME

ratify the Hay-Pauncefote treaty, I Tickets on sale at Wise's Popular prisoners at jail 00 m |
I t. T. Boozer attending ,
1 expense
which means another stumbling-block I Drug store; 50c general admission; I I com. convention 1000 .

in the way of the accomplishment of I 75c reserved seats. The proceeds R. T. Boozer, inspecting Santa- y;,

the Nicaragua canal project. will go to the payment of last year's. fee bridge and 50 miles tray. 8 00 if 1 f.'fliJ
fee.'. 00 Leaves procession of struggling humanity .
"Year Book." [: T. Boozer, Com. 'g
Absence of expectation of office I -------- W. N. Cone, sheriff fees and behind. But it doesn't leave >,

: accounted for the absence of enthusiasm Death of Dr. J. Hedgcock.. cost bill 1H CO i/i! us Iiehir.J. We have too much at stake ,..
W. M. Ives, county judge, jury
'. at Mr. McKlnley'a second in The whole community was saddened and witness fees IS yl tIiJ to allow that. We're right up with <',

e auguration. It is difficult to arouse Monday evening by the announce- J. W. Hawkins, sheriff cost 0 9j @ the times in every respect. ',

enthusiasm among those who already ; ment of the death of Dr. J. F. Hedge- L. I:. Knight, building* Santa- 50 tliJ: why we're pretty nearly the whop ?

occupy places at the public trough cock of congestion of the lungs, at A.fee I"'. Rumph bridge com fee 262 4 40 W show in o ir line of business. :
: that they expect to retain. the age of 26 years. Death came at G. A. Smithson, 3 10 .i
, 1;.' IT. W. bridgeduty 11 fit)
about 4:30 Monday evening after an I Getzen,
"Little Billy" Chandler was given I, illness of about twenty-four hours. i i M. M. Scarborough, clerks fees IS 98 I @ ro
4 a loving cup by the Naval Committee W. N. Cone, burial of pauper 5 00
; ; upon his retirement from the I. His death was a shock to all .and a T. P. Chastain, supplies for jail -1-10 I m Dry Goods and Clothing.
1 a terrible one to his family, who did Work on clay road 252 8ti
i Senate, and borne "niggers" gate I
: I not entertain the slightest thought C. Jones, tax collector, filed treas- w
: him a cane and there were doubtless
: that his illness would terminate fat- urer's receipts as follows: @
other who would have given him a
ally. Previous to his sudden illness I County tax, proper, 22395
caning! had they followed their natural I j Fine and forfeiture 81 43 I .
he had always enjoyed remarkably
ii! f. inclinations. Bonds lit 87

ii food health.Dr. School -I'5:1H $ M. L. & I
;.j| At the meeting of the committee Hedgecock moved to this city License 254 501 I Plympton Co.

; ', in Jacksonville, on the 5th of this I from Georgia about five years ago Lake City sub-school" 20 7481 97 i iWinfield iJiJ -'if

1 f month, to arrange for a State Fair, and took up the practice of medicine Suwanee 3 321!I

f it was determined to hold the fair between here. He was a young nan of excellent Ordered that the bill of J. W. Hawkins

! the 15th'of Nov. qualities, was recognized! as a '
and the 15th sheriff of Suwanee county, in
of Dec.; 1901: A provisional board of physician of rare attainments, and the case State vs. Dave Turner, be House.S
't directors drew to himself a large circle of
.was appointed to servepending refused payment because of con-
friends and succeeded in building upa
r thincorporation- of the Fair structive mileage and services were

Association.. 'The place of holding lucritive practice. charged therein and bill of same, ; .
fiV Funeral services were conducteas 'I :
has been determined
yet State rs. Jams Scott and in said
s upOn but Jacksonville is making gigantic the house Tuesday morning at 10 bill one'dollar charged, for. Guard :\ MEN ARE DOUBTLESS IN A E

,efforts to secure the prize.. a. m. and the interment was at the 'I was refused payment and remainder I -
> City cemetery at 11, Rev.. C. Tims
.k The Union Depot. officiating. I of bill paid. QUANDARY OVER THE WEATHER F
The deceased leaves a devoted wtfe Bill of Jas. E. Young paid, except

Wm. Clieckley Shaw, yice-presi. to mourn untimely deal h. To the i I for two pair handcuffs bought by the I : 1-"
y dent of the G. S. & F. has bereaved we tender our heartfelt !
lly., as sheriff. ."" "" "" ..,."" "" "" """"" ""' '''.'''''''',.

sured the Railroad Commissionersthat sympathies. ---- I Notary Public bond of R. Wilson j
negotiations with the S. A. L. Negro Desperado Killed. examined and approved. We don't make it: if we did we would prob x ,."
| ably be sorely tempted to give you "natur- r '. .
and Plant System are progressingsatisfactorily : Ordered ice about seven days in the week for '"
Policemen C. F. Eaton and J. B. that the petition of R. E. jar' :rt
that I r quite a spelL While anticipatiug a cool _
and the'union de I
I Dowling and- Sheriff W. N. Cone Roberts, et al to view and mark out j wave. it won't hurt however rogue you a j

pot for this city will be a surety, and, went out to Blackjack Wednesday of.i public road from the Combs place r handy list for quick reference. r ..",

at his request, the Commission has I .'| near J. M. and north t f '
last week in search of a negro crimi Perry's running i iI ALL IN

deferred action until the 22nd of this I nal whom they had reason to believe :I to Black Creek road be granted and I Need of new Shoe. Slippers or footwear of ,

month. As the public remembers, was in hiding there. :, the following free holders appointedto I any kind and who are nut in -
the matter was to have been taken I I.
The negro was wanted in Do han, view and mark out said road: J. I
the first of this month but the FAVOR OF ,
up Ga., for the murder of a policemanin H. Sheppard, Henry Chastain, R. E.
railroads desired more time in which Roberts. I Paying high prices for goods of inferior *
1893. The man under suspicion, quality style or lit, should get
to investigate and weigh the ques known 1 Ordered that Dave. : ,
by the name of John Bell, tallied Patterson be

tion. exactly with the description sent placed on pauper list at $' .OO I THAT NOTION _'

The railroads have all along showna lout from the Georgia town and the The question of building court j On themselves hlch will bring them here: j
commendable disposition to accedeto r for a purchase at our store u always money r
I detectives who have been workingi house was deferred until next regu- I sa\ed. Let everybody
the modest of the citizens f
request i i on the case were determined to capture lar meeting for final action. '
of Lake City, and, while no definite I I SAY "AYE I "
| him dead or alive. They came : Ordered that rods Jones be placf
has been made it is the j When asked
agreement to come here as we
tacit upon Bell Thursday evening and '! on pauper lit at $2.03 per month. .1 r guarantee the best Shoe values on =
understanding that the railroads when he resisted arrest by attempt I Ordered that Robt. Sims: be placed f the market for the least money I
will have
: a large, appointed
ing to shoot them he was felled by a I on pauper list at $2 00 per month. I *
brick union depot erected on the DRY GOODS
I gun-shot from one of the posse and There being no further businessthe ,
site of the old Parker House, to cost died shortly afterwards. The negro'sreal board adjourned to their next I UNDERWEAR, /. NECKWEAR, I
not less than 600000. Rumor has it I regular meeting.Attest .
name was Tom Craddock and # HOSIERY, SHIRTS, NOTIONS, :
that the plans have already been determined : M. M. SCARBOROUGH, .
during the past eight years he has DRESS GOODS, CAPES ff -
upon and that the work Ex-officio Clerk. j n
gone under the assumed of
will begin the first of April. names CLOAKS AND JACKETS
John Washington and John Bell. Millions of people are familiar :

; School Board Proceedings.- Undertaker II. A. Wilson sent out with De\Vitt's Little Early Risers, ."... "" "" "" ....... ..."" "' '''"' '' ,"'',,'' ,'' .,...,,,,,.

, .- The School Board of Columbia fir the corpse Friday and it and those who use them find them IXI '
brought to town that afternoon and to be famous little liver pills. Never I "'E CAN SUIT YOU
county met regular session in Lake Gripe. A. R. Wise. "

City on March 5th, 1901. Members embalmed. --- -- --- I .

, present: W. T. Henry, chairman; Mr. Wilson left Saturday morning f Card of Thanks. I J.1 E. INMAN & COMPANY j .

! J. E. Wise and Dr. S. L. :Berry. for Dothan, Ga., with the corpse to I take this means of expressing my I jJ:

i The minutes of the last meeting have it identified. Many change most grateful thanks to the people

have, of course, been wrought in the of Lake I
were read and approved. City and Watertown and a '
Warrants were issued from No. appearance of the negro after the number of the employees of the S A.I .
t 2147 to 2 00 inclusive, for purposes, I lapse of nearly eight years and some L. Ry. for their sympathy and generous "" "" "" "" "" "' ... "" "... '""" .......... -*."" %,-% '''
'F as follows: I difficulty was experienced in e tablishing I donations for my relief in my :.--- - --.
Teachers' salaries $1377.50', ; his identity. Mr. Wilson reI I recent misfortune.- !

A. B. Vance' printing school ports that the people of Dothan u G. D. FLLUING.n' I
hesitatingly pronounced the negro I _
warrants 181 00 i. the right one and he secured affidavits ,
. Jas.E. Young,expense of Lake from responsible men there to I Stops Cough an J Works off the"
I i Maker
;t = City sub-district No. 2 5 33 1 that effect. The negro bore the i Cold. I. Carriage and Undertaker
wounds that Craddock was describecl'I Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets !
i- Jas..E. Young, furnish schools 6 GO 1' as having and this is the strongest I cure a cold in one day No cure, no i Coffins and Caskets always on hand at reasonable pncesPrompt A'*
! Int.on borrowed fund one mo 491 90 11 evidence that he is the right ma pay. Price 25 cents. ii O tended attention to.to CALI Day or Night Telegraphic order- prom>tl-> atO w ,,
!t.< Mem. bd. per diem and mileage 9 80 A reward of t500.UO'a offered, f nor i: j I FINEST HEARSE! IX THE CITY.
the capture of Craddock dead Tickled to Death '
I Supt'e.. Salary 50 00 or ; Two-Step. (
1 I Harry Ganus, janitor for Lake alive and we hope the parties making For a copy of the famous Three'' 1 I
the will |
: City school house 12 00, which they capture are entitled.secure that to Coon, Rag Time, Two-Step, entitledj I : 1-:

J. L. Turner,treas. com. 31 50 ---- j "Tickled to Death," send ten cents 0 tJ_ It.
I '-. Paints, oils, glass, putty and varnishes + In H.I I $ '
J. L. Turner treasurer, turned in j postage or currency toY.. J "I

cancelled school warrants to the in any quantity at Young j I WRENN, Passenger Traffic Manager, i I Ii

1 amount of $1574.94.Received drug store. i! Savannah. Ga. !It
--- -
from Lake City subdtrict isLike bad dollars all counterfeits of i .i'
t STATE or on m.Crrr or TOLEDO i I
No. 2, $20.97; Winfield sub-dis- DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are LCCAS Cocsrr.: jll .
trict No. 1; $7.48; Suwanee Valley i worthless. The original Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the : I
I quickly senior partner ot the firm ot F. J. Cheney & I
sub-district No. 4, 13.32. cures piles, sores and all skindis- I Co.. doing business m the city of Toledo O o Ij
1 county and state aforesaid and that said' '
Board eases. A.1t. Wise.I .
adjourned to meet first Tuesday flrm will pay the sum ut OAK Hosuan>
--- UOIXAHS t r each :
in April, 1901. I every ca.se ot catarrh 0
that cannot be cured bv
the Ube of Ha11'i'e
T. H. OWENS, Secretary.We represent nine of the best Fi I Catarrh Cure PRANK J. enemy. -
I Insurance Companies doing business I Sworn to before me and subscribed in mrI
have a clubbing rate of 80 cents in the United States, and will take I presence, this 6th day ot December, A.li -
Buggies and Wagons for sale and
Built to
with the Commoner, Mr. Bryan's pleasure in J -*- i A. W. GLEASOS.I a specialty. All work Order. Ct'nf'ral Pepair-
insuring your property.I I SIAU Carriage material for sale- also 1
that I f Notary Public.Kail's agent for Marble Monuments and Grave
ew is Stolles.
paper you can get the also write accident insurance for O

J'rIZEN.REPoxTEa and the Commoner The Fidelity and Casualty. T. R, and acts Catarrh directly on Cure the is blood taken and internally mucou W4. FISHER
for $1.80 annum cash surfaces of Ue system. Send for ,
per in ad.ance. testimoni
office : 113-117
Hod.ges- ., opposite- Baptist ali free P. J. fa E.NET&Co.,Toledo,O. LAKE Cm, FLA. "
church. 'Pbone- ". Sold by druggf.ts.75c.
I Hall Family PiUs are the be.t

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: ." Established 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 5

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'* c r>e'' "All local accounts against E. W. ;

Ashley must be presented to Cot T. .
I B. Oliver for settlement.Fine m .

-- J I display of new duck hats, both g Watchmaker,
This Space Reserved for I ill sailor and walking shapes for ladies F @
and children at Mrs. L. T. Funk's Graduate Optician-Scientific.
ft Jeweler I fitting of Sp-',tacles. Musical ti 1
f Jw Miss Maud Hair and Miss Carrie Goods. Ebgrarlng: a Specialty ;
0 :::: J1ISS H. RILEY (Cave of Elko, S C., are visiting in
the city, .guests of Mrs. M. E. Lem- and Optician. li

Leading Milliner. ,_ A lady was knocked down by a "I\ That Is our business-and we are fiyttg mr best to please .:
negro bicycle rider last Friday. The WI you and give you the best seal WI
negro was fined $10-$100 wouldn't be y/4r Everything we do we warrant c'auQe done better :.x,
amiss. anywhere. \IJItJi
Everything we sell we guarantee and protect you in your W
Mr.V.. M. Hancock is having some f1iJ purchase in every way-in Prices and In Quality.
improvements made to his dwelling.Mr. i/j
= ., I. J. Brown has the work in
charge.! tIiJW 'ROBT. T. RADFORD. m?
f ij
Mrs. J. M. Wilson: who has been
r visiting relatives and friends at her m oo
old home in Georgia, returned last
New Stock W. B. Corsets Friday.
Mrs. S. A. Math, who has been r>-
f spending the pabt few months visit I
ing in South Carolina, returned home

>' several days ago. This Space Belongs to j

Mr. B. E. Raulerson Is making pre
parations to build a fine residence on

.... the property adjoining the residenceof
Style I 1151ength model Style I 7A t t'orm" model Mr.W. M. Hancock.

mer made ot 101- Mrs. Funk has
nattite;" handaomelv trimmed top ported Jean trimming at top with recently remodeledand
and bottom with dainty lace and ribbon. uj painted the interior of her-mil.

lace.and. ,baby. +. uiuc Price 11 vbon. $1.00 .C.b.*:nook. .clasp.. Price $I.00 linery her new store stock and of goods.is daily receiving Cheapest Place in the County to

Mr. It C. Waters, representing
Waters & Co., commission merchantsof Buy Goods.

Atlanta, was in town several daysof
r>- this week on business.Mr. \.
i P. B. Summers has purchasedthe Nothing Over One Dollar
property of Joe Brown, on East ,
i m JflS. L YOUNG j Duval street, and intends making improvements I" BUT THE MOST FOR THAT DOLLAR.

blry tte. I in the near future.
'ocfc FUrri: \ Col. B. H. Palmer returned home'

{ Hatdwore { Saturday from Washington D. C., c Nuf Sed,
: where he went to be present at the
!I inauguration of President McKinley. YOURS TO PLEASE, .

i j We are glad to report that Frank

I ,o --.--:.-.-.........,,""........................................"....................... "".......... j I; college Appel who on the was 22nd badly ult.wounded l>y- the at discharge the- LAKE -CITY. FLA. H. F. URIE.

of a is able to 'be
I Ii ( upI
.1 GI .. .J I again and is improving nicely. ' OUR SPRING GOODS
i i Mrs. I:. A. Wheeler and family, I

Are coming In and are a charming y c j who have resided in this city for the

lot. I (I ) I past several years, moved last Saturday City Delinquent Tax Sale.Notice
to Americu-s, Ga., and will .
First Opening '
I ; !.o i, make that city their future home. U hereby !given that the following described lands will be sold at public auctionon
: .. the 1st Monday the 1st day ol April Uul. in front of the court house to satisfy taxes of
i Mr. Pettus K. Wilson, representing lltyx. in the town of Lake City Columbia county.or ut much thereof as will be neeewary
r: Friday and Saturday, y- I the musical firm of Carter & Dar- sale to pay and the advertising.amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same together with cost of .nca

j ough, has opened up a stack of pianos i ii "
MARCH 1t : | and organs in the Monroe Block: I
and where he will be pleased to meet all ,

29th 30th ; parties interested in this class oft Bush Mrs. T..................... Lot No. 54 a e division acres)

; t| goods. taxes and costs .... ... .. .. on'.. .._ .... ._.... ....... .... 1809
I The K. of P. theatrical with I Brown, Carrie. .. .......... t.4 acre In block D n division,
i ; MRS. T. N. MILTON ; I the .bounded n F. C. & P. It R. e by
of Mr. and
exception Biggs
John Coleman, a by Wilson & Bro.
1 ;Monroe.- _Block. Marion St. a, .. soe I Misses Lassie Flint and Mattie Vin- .and Robert Campbell, w by S. H. .

; : zant, returned to the city Thursday Hadley. Taxes and costs ..._ _.. ... ..__. ..,3 (Ii'I
I; .. ................".................................................... .................... ,. evening. They report a very pleasant I Green, R. M., ?.... ,?... Lots Nos. 34 and 35 n w division.

J-;(' j .trip though on account_of the R. II. Lovier, Agt Taxes and coats "" ...._ __.. .... .. ........... 2 65
o .t n inclement weather the nnancesdidn't Gauldin, A., hiers of Part of Lot No. 2tt central divisionJ.

Local News Notes. Just received a new line- of baby f II, pan out as expected. I W. Perry, Agt... .. beginning at a pofnt 65 ft a of then .
e corner, thence w 90 ft, thence .
| Mr. W. Preston Sandlin of .
caps at Mrs. L. T. Funk's.Seed Jasper, s 40 ft, thence 120 ft, thence s
1| and Miss Mamie Brooks, of this city Iffi ft thence 210 ft thence I
peas beans and corn almost i' I e n
Mr. Horne Hair was in the city ; were married at Jasper Thursday of 145 ft to beginning. Taxes and -

Saturday., at cost at Young's drug store. I I last week. The bride is the accomplished costs....... ....... .... .... .__... ...._ .. ......_ .._.. .....?..,._ 16 20
'! Mr.:L-T. Bird of Live Oak was in BORN-To Mr. and Mrs. I'. T. Had- I daughter of our esteemed Hunter, Mrs. L. L.........Lot No. 54 central division. Taxes
ford, a fine baby girl. Wednesday. townsman, Mr. Adolph. Brooks, and 1 and costs... .... ..._................_....... !._ 7 15
the city Sunday.Dr. I I the groom is a successful and prominent I Also personal tax of J. H. Hunter ? ..=:::'= 4 63

.C.C. Wilson, of Ft. White, was Fresh fancy and stick candy can business man of Jasper. The I. Hutchingson, C J. ..,... Lot No. 2!) n w division (see E.

In the city Monday. always be found at Carter's Home I I CITIZEN-REPORTER extends congra- Brown). Taxes and costs. _........... ._ .._... .__,_,_ 5 8U
Bakery. I I tulations. I. Ives, Mrs. M. J. .......... .. Part of Lot No. 48 central division,
Garden seed of all kinds cheap at j beginning at a point 99 ft s of the
Rev. M M: Wambolt was in the We have opened up a Branch i
o' lonnj'i drug store. n w corner, -runs B 40 ft, thence e
city Saturday enrout to his chargeat I I House in Lake City, on Mari. i I 105 ft, thence n 46 ft, thence w 105
Carter's' Home Bakery is the placeto Ft. White. on street, and can show the ft to point of beginning. Taxes

bay nice, fresh bread, cakes, pies, The fad of the -ason, the "1' iO i I most Handsome Pianos and |I and costs ....... ........_ ............. ._........,.. ....... ?__-. ._ 12 P.j
: etc. Baked dally.Mrs. hat '* all Mrj. Funk'smillinery I Organs ever displayed. Jerry, A. S. .. .............. ,.. e>4' of Lot No. 112 n divUion. Taxes "!
style at j : and costs.. _...... .. .: .. ._. .' ..... ..,.,.:..._. 2 2a ,
d .John Dial Madison Is visit- store.Beautiful ;i CARTER & DOROUGH.i i.Jeffery's, E. s....... ._ .... Part of Lot No. 10 central division
=; ht In the city, the guest other par- display newest designs of i I j The Surprise Store has this week beginning at a point 185* ft s of
3I tDtI, SIr.and AIrs. F. \Voltz. flowers at the reliable millinery Storeof the n w corner,runs s 36 ft, thence
received from the northern markets 105 ft 36 ft thence
( 'I e n w 105 ft, to
Mrs. Mrs. Funk's.
Dun't forget-the Grand Millinery I an entirely new stock of drygoods, beginning. Taxes and cOlit .....,......_ ..... ......__ 13 26
t Opening at Mra. T. N. Milton's, Friday Miss Olivia Ivey, of White Springs, including everything that is kept in Lovier, Mrs. R. H.,........ Lots No. 54 and 55 n w division

;;, and Saturday, March 29th and spent several days in the city this an up-to-date btore. Their large se- A. H. Lovier Agt. Taxes and costs......... -.. ._..:;.. ....... .._._....____ 8 45a
;' 1 week, the guest of Miss Grace Turner. lection of spring and summer goods Moodie, Mrs. Roxie. wH of Lot No.44 central division

It-- r- cannot fail to meet your favor. The Taxes and costs. .. .._.... '''_..... ...... ....._ 5 #0s' .
;, _'.MlJordanreturned home Sat- small remnant of goods saved from Perry, J. W., ............ .... s of Lot No.56 central division ._.._........_ 1 87
3.k4ayfrom! New York where he We are glad to report that "Mar the fire has been btored away on a si .. 4.'i" .. ... ....._..__ 4 50
I ?: iopurcibase'hii went shal A. E. Futch has recovered from I separate shelf and is being sold at a s e corner of Lot No. 19 central.
spring and bummer his late illness and is able to attend sacrifice. Call and inspect their division 42 ft nand s by 117 ft e '

t a < stock.t the duties of his otlice. I new tock and see the great bar and w. Taxes and costs...__..._.1 .......... .,,_... 44 09
i -* ". fir Horace Burton, who has been Mrs. T. N.lilton'lI is the most gains they are offering. Money Perry Retta,_..... .._..... Part of Lot No. 16 central division.I.!
saved is made and the Surprise
) la Bout money J. W. Perry, guardin beginning at the n e corner runs w j
.Florida for some time, is I Dopular place to buy your Easter Store can save you money. t 80 ft, thence s 105 ft, thence e 80;
;I EJ Visiting the city, the guest of his : hat. First Spring Opening Friday i ft, thence n 10; ft, to point of be-':
3 -sother::>, I and Saturday, March iUth and 30th. I We have in the past month closed I ginning. Taxes and costs.. ?:;.. ,_ ._ ......._.... 4 08
s'i ;*: Prof. and Mrs. II. Harold Hume I I contracts for foreign advertisementsto UnknownFrac. ...... ?. Lot No. 285 e division. Taxes'
: r'J'H-I n1 returned home Sat- the amount of 23UUU inches of i o and costs.- .1 l
..... ._ ..1"1 COIn
't.IrdaJ from New York where he went entertained the members last of the Faculty I[ space, which averages a little over II Unknown................._._... block No. 325 a dfv s'fL; !! -
Uw purchase spring and summer block of the F. A. C. on home Friday i three columns of new business per No. 1,3 and 6. Taxes and :.__. ......_.. 2 88
'! |- >w the Surprise Store. evening at their hospitable on I week for the ensuing twelve months. o Unknown. ..... ... .........._....I n3' of block One division cOlh.I}
; South! Marion street. The ('ITlrE.'.REPOHTF-.R is about: as 1 Taxes and costs __. 1. 1ft
"J .- sl! ttur Ro P. Rogers. of State Mr. H. :M. Connell left last Tuesday .. well advertised abroad as at home Unknown. ,_..._...........1 w'i of -Lot No. 121 n"e"'division. --" --

" :'. on'ic! ,i returned home Sunday morning for Ocala, in company with 0,! and is us.idered by advertisers as Taxes and costs. ............ ,.. .._...................... .._........,..... 1 87
of the best local ,
i done papers
bUr'om) a tour of inspection the Damon and Pythias Theatrical for I through which to reach the people. I W. J. EDWARDS, CITY TAX COIXECTO.
1)h where he will remain j
Nest Company
Florida. Tne above number of inches does not j
fi r'" XrL'e. A. a week visiting friends. ;I i include the amount of new contracts
'lnley returned home I Miss Edith Radford, a charming ; recently made with local merchants. !
night from I! WANTED I Reliable man for .
.* Washington, D. ; in':' We are proud of the increased new .
Tex. is
'-where young lady of Houston, Manager of Branch Office we wish to
i _trs she bas been, for the past the city.the guest of her uncle, Mr. I I IR. business. Our every effort is towards I open in this vicinity. If your recordis AND SURGEON
y i .'.eeks ,iaiting her son. T. Radford. Miss Radford will i i continuing: improve the ClTIZENI O. K. here is an opportunity. Kindly B..idana Fbon Ha- 41.
1 >Gse Ulie spend several weeks in the city. I I REIIIKTEK as a newspaper, so that tits t give good reference when writing.Headquarters at WISB'B Drugstore AllTHEA.T.MORRISWHOLESALEHOCSE
Miller, who has been I circulation will be increased and j messages left eltna.be

f Dd1l1r,school at DeFuniak, ar- The ladies are cordially invited to ; that the advertising will also in-j ClNCINNATTI, OHIO. prompt
tt4 lttl city Monday and will atthe attend our Spring Opening of fine ; crease. i'Illustrated catalogue 4 cts stamps. LAKE CITY, FLORIDA.

1 normal at the Colleg i millinery Friday and Saturday, i i The K. of P. theatrical troup, consisting i
JLa.ra ; March 29th and 30th. Mrs. T. N. : of Messrs. A. J. P- Julian,* J. ;' --
.Brittona former stu- Milton, Monroe Block, Lake City. O. Harris F." H. Y Z'. K. Weller,
} the I oum;,
-frooa, t,Sfldy;JUboarIDe Statedollege Saturday, came over and Mrs. T. A. Perry, accompanied by 1 I, H. 1:Price. IIend Q.rson B. ,Staten N. H. Cox, Biggs, J. ,Marvin and- i,, OTIS R. PARKER, LOVERS( Of FRESH H MEATS(

In this city, the guest her brother, EJ. S. Rogers, left Tues Misses Minnie Odom, Annie Belle I
>, -"rs.01. 0.: Will
'1' -. Huris. day morning for Jackson, Tenn., Rowe, Cassie Flint, and Master Leo Attorney At Law. at llSbop require
,.. .the ladies of where she will spend some time visiting Mrs.
Lake City and vl- Julian, accompanied by Weller I II I
unity are invited to attend Mrs. T. her sister, Mist Emma Rogers. I and Mrs. Julian, left Tuesday morn-1 i LAKE CITY, FLORIDA. Colson & Riversi
yllton's for Gainesville and Ocala where
spring showing of fine Best Grade PIANOS and OR-
.tutbta nd o fiey presented the play, Damon and Marion and
lUillinery novelties nU:03'street. |i ---z--- ---- corner .
.J, 4 Saturday March GANS at our store on I Pythias on the 13th and 14th, re- Hamilton streets, oppositeJ.
29th and Lowest Prices. spectively. Miss Mattie Vinzant E. Yoang's store. .
CARTER & Do OUGH. i accompanied them and was musician
0 4 of our readers is calledadvertisement ;1 for the play. At both places they a A LOT OF BRICK BEEF, MUTTON, KID AND PORKwill
attrictire of Mr. J. E. Waugh, who is drummingfor were greeted with good audiences,
be found here. MeaUdelivered
T Q.adford in this issue of the Smith & Turner, candy manufacturers though the inclemency of the weather i FOR SALE BY la any part of
Bob is a of Jacksonville, was in the kept many away. The play was tbe city. We deliver late
*4tr ufellow to deal with city last week and while hete was the well received and the participants S. B. THOMPSON.in tbe evening use for next

anything lathe jewehy guest of his brother, I'rfC.. V. were-paid many flattering compli
UU to see him. Waugh. ments. LET US FILL YOUR ORDERS !!,

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''OTICE ill hereby given
Ordinance No. 114. I Some of the Washington hotel andboardin.r I l' from this date 1 will 08 that bf "

Be it ordained by the Mayor and } house keepers charged their b"ai..y"ta'.i 01 tulh Klun.la: tullowtugdescttbtdLi loJouea Tax .',

Aldermen of the town of Lake City, j inauguration guest imperial prices, Kudol wit: 1J4 acr-.ln, west side of I i ty N i
'CATARRU W'J ar Florida: | on no better ground than that it was h\V'4 l S\\"'sue< "iTp. Sin West!!.._ i
I and JfKt, ot NE', U d
an imperial inaugnration.rnlJrc's acre oil ..
Sec. I. That it shall be unlawful' and Hi acrrs oil north tide of t

Catarrh has become such a common I' for any cattle, sheep goats, horse, I! Pilulo;\ are a guaranteedcure Cure .Sec- !A Tp'JtesNV:S R IT..!s'.K:.ana uarrri.irtiiii "*.of. Jim.SEIJ EIDIlncifi1!

disease that a person entirely free from : mules and asses, or any one of such ', Malaria Dyspepsia WiMLN-mi ban.'and seal ttistii1".... '
for all formof Ague.ChilU
seldom F'ebn.tr.1'u1 M si
this disgusting complaint is met I bcarbw WLAI
I animals to roam at large I II ,
or run
With. It is customary to speak of Catarrhas I and Fever, S. amp Feer, Malarial J rti"llt'Jt:
pothhig more serious than a bad cold, upon any of the public streets or I I Te-.ir. HilwulYver, Jaundice Digests what you eat.
a simple iiiflauimation of the nose and I highways within the corporate limits liliou.neifelM breath and a artificially digests the food and aids --
throat. It is, in fact, a complicated and of the town of Lake CityI"lorhl.I. j : Nature in strengthening and reconstructing Notice Publication.
.:. very dapgerou disease; if not at first, it ,j j'very i tired, lUtUfeelni". The}' cure the exhausted digestive or .
I Sec II. It shall be the duty of the ;i r..1 artment
soon becomes so. j\ : i! Rheumatism and the lassitude fol- gans. It is the latestdiscoTereddigest- Lend onlc '. mi| :" ..iIe of the I'Ia Intofc
The Hood ik quickly contamiuated ly I marshal or any policeman of said : toning blood poison produced from 1 I ant and tonic. No other preparation Noise ia hrreuv sebA-;
i, the foul secretions,and the poison throu h'I town, to take up and confine, in some II i iI Kn Quinine. i can approach It in efficiency. It instantly Lake ('it*" l-'la u a.-,glen tiled notice tbat ttelfi of i! iL,.?
I: .the general ciicuUliou is carried to all j j.I secure place, any and all cattle, ii i malayal nuNoninsj relieves and permanently cures .tiun to wake rival lnunske proof ta.S.
Acid Iron. Ho not .f hls clam und..r.I
parts of the system. Nor"cnk. or Heartburn, actofCongn....
;: Indigestion, ;
i i Dyspepsia 3S 14 that said
mules and i iinwl will be
sheep, goathorses, asses t
.. Salves, washes and sprays are i.nsalis- ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely''I Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, the. lerlc: ol me i ir'uiU'ourat ijbS{ ?
I' factory and disappointing,because they do or any one of such animals, that may : tJ.-tc1css. Price, .>lc per box. Dr. Sick:> Headache, Gastralgia.Crarapsand .. ..a.... on March .3, Ituivs: P.P.'ser.S

".. not does.reach It cleanses the seat the of the blood trouble of the S.poison S. P. be found roaming or running at large | C. C. Moore Co., Xo. 310 North Main all other results of imperfect dj estloD. or Si-c-.MTi.JS t Lake: City. IM7K rli. 'or XW&Si,
of such streets or I PriceSOc.andL Large sizecontains! times tit names ibt
public Oo.V.
upon any Street. St. Louis, :Mo. loilowingEitnestesfalq
and eliminates from the sj stem all catar- small size.Book all about dyspepsia mailednc t'u fart smijfag .
rhal secretions and thus cures thoroughly highways, as provided in Section I, j! 1'rice, druggist [tnar-'OMyr] Prepared ty E. C. DeWlTTA CO.Cblcago In'. A. II. lIruu-n.I..o. w, Price Iii indhi T
and pennaututly the wont cases. of this ordinance, and immediately j --- Young allufLaki'.City, Fla. iU
,' t I The color line is not a Southern i
)Jr. T. A. Williams II Itaduie dry,goods merchant 1 thereafter give notice of the taking : : .
,S Co,writes "For monopoly. Some Pennsylvania troopst -- -
of spartai hurg : yeah and confining of suh animal 1tlIiSOI"1
up any
I had a severe rate ui i
tact t "nigger" policeman:
: > lynch a
all i
nasal Catarrh with written
lor animals, by posting II
the ,ttisagrt-eatle effects in \Va hington v\h clubbed one of I I AY2
disease which ,belong and which to that I or printed notices, giving a descrip-j their comrades. |$ !
mate life painful and i tion of such animal or animate, at i|
uneuduraLle. I used I three separate and conspicuous pub-] O.A.sTon'iA.I I!

heading mediciaei pUvsiclauj preMtiUd aud by j! lie places in said town, for the period i| Bsarethe the kind You Hate Always| ] BfillgM -

of sug friends, by but numbers oiiliout I of five days. Immediately after the Signature #-11--- :' i

getting taenUztatotaktS any btlltr. S I. II?/ f". I'j expiration of the five days notice, as I i Gf %, Do You Us.eStationery

8 It Cad the dewed .. ,'. hereinbefore provided, the marshal j
effect and cure) jue q
after taking eighteen w I of said town shall offer for sale, and !I II. A. 'VII SON.h ?
Lottlei luiuyupioianS. S S,Li the only medicine .
now iit use Ibal will effect a penuaueut cure i sellat public outcry, before the |!
of CiUrrh." i court house door in said town, to the ; i

i highest bidder, for cash, any and all | -=.:.....:. =- ..d' ir
such animals so taken up and confined 'i I .. t.:;
S"SSi5theontypuretyyeg- ..r-I I .
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I and, within three days from -.'... i. .;!)

said sale, turn over to the treasurer !II ..,.-..... -,'...-' 1- --.... I i If you'do-and every Merchant doe*- .;.1 ,
If you have Catanh don't wait until it I of said town the proceeds from the j! I j orders. ,
we can save on our
lOU money }
but begin iil
becomes deep-seated and chronic,
I at once the use of S. S. S., and send sale of such animal or animals, and : r : f There ii a.tlifferencc. in oh Printing. ,

for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases take the treasurer's: receipt there- II I ," '"......1--........- .-...f..;__ '- J "4 Neat and artistically printed Stationery -r:[
and write our physicians about your case. for provided that the marshal shallbe ; -- '
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( ....... ,- ':1O .. "':'. an iulverlihement for a mans business _,.
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-THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, CA. allowed and paid the sum of twen 1 :;, ;';" ':!: JJ ? I commands .ttttntion and shows ..:...

-a-- -.y z -. ty-five cents for his services in taking -1 i that the merchant' i> progressite and up- ,...
I up and confining any of such atii- to-date as a business man.

? Teachers' Attention mals; the sum of 10 cents per day. i:[ tND) I H 1 1 1liEICothnc On the other hand, ''botch'printing .1. -

Inconsequence of the numerou I each, for the care and feedingof any j is a great deal worse than no printingat nfJ
requests received the following list I and all cattle, horses, mules and ass- | L l= =it'V, rll.. all. '

is issued by the State Superintendentof I es during the time they be confined !i 4
may nn.l Caskets all Stv lei and A blurred, smeared tip job is a refection ',f
Public Instruction for the benefit I and the sum of 10 cents per | Pi ices. Orders Promptly! Fillod.GLEET on a mnn'b business, and in tlijs i

of those interested: day, each, for the care and feeding 1 1i j jj I age of good workmen, fir tclas muchin"t

List of texts (with publishers and j of any and all sheep and goats during I i cry and artistic type, there is no reason .

2 prices) upon which questions for examination ;I the time they may be confined, to bo -- ". y "hy merchants should! not get tile hest.I '
of June 4th, 1901, will be '
paid by the treasurer of said town 1
based: upon the order of the town council j. \c

.Orthography-Reed's Word Lesson, of said town: Provided further, that r
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25 cents; Maynard, Merrill & Co., N.. the owner or owners of any such ani- i .

y. Imals so advertised, shall hare the 4 .

Reading-Any standard reader willI j I right, at any time before the sale of ti GONORRHOEA- I ;I

answer. I the same as hereinbefore provided, : t I I iW6 Can Do Tlie Wor i

I .Composition-Sw into n's New to redeem the same from the marshal CURE'I''' j

School, 32 cents; American Book Co., I by paying: the cost of taking up, SAFE SURE AI

Atlanta or New York. caring for and feeding any such animals ,l" CURE YOURSELF F'I I

<. Arithmetic-Milne's Standard, *,f5 I' as hereinbefore provided.Sec. \,\ ..c..cua r-,-ut...... .,/ We have had years experience in the

, cents; American Book: Co. III. This ordinance shall g .. '.> _St.OO..T.r.a.w o.rwa.TSU u''8ilt business and think we know what good >.

English Grammar Metcalf's, to into effect the first of May after its 1, .. S work is, and just how to execute it. Our
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cents American Book and of the "' office is well
; Company. passage approval same by equipped with new and ,.
7 U. S. History-Field's GrammarSchool the Mayor of said town. For sale by George W. Price. artistic type and fiAtclass and '
Sec. IV. That all ordinances and presses ,;.
$1.00; Americcan Book Co. we arc prepared to'turn out the
parts of ordinances in conflict with :j very
Florida History-Greene's, $1.25: the provisions of this ordinance be, '! I I best class of printing with neatness and %
3 Williams, Wilkins & Co., Baltimore; and the same are hereby repealed tliWlYti$ dispatch. _
'or,Fairbanks, $1.25, II. & W. B. Drew II, J.Passed E HENRY by council, President.I"eb.18th 1001, I Three Papers a Week : We fire not unknown to the people of

4 Co., Jacksonville. I Attest: W. M. IVFS, Clerk. ot fI i Lake City ; .we have served them well =
Geography-Redvvay's Natural Ad Approved Feb. kith, 1'tOl, 11'. I in the pat anal are now better prepared :
vanced, 81.25: American Book Co. I! 'ONE, Mayor. i I FOR ABOUT Tt1E f fl than ever to give them value receivedfor
Physiology-Steele'a Hygienic $1. -- -- I PRICE Of ONE. .
ij i iI F their money in the future.. We ;;
American Book Co. j Recent experiments show tbat all l
Civil GovernmentTownsend'Shorter | Ths paper and the Atlanta a share of the patronage of the
s clashes of food
Course, 72 cents; American !f bv way be complete | Twice/a-Week Journal for : public and guarantee to turn out the
digested a preparation called Ko-1
f ] r best and in the
printing most artistic
'BooK Co. !
dol Dyspepsia Cure, which absolute- i Ii f j
; .. Argebra-White's School, $1.00': i $1.50 i and up-to-date styles. :JJ
; ly digest what you eat. As it is flu ff <'1l
; American Book Co. :, ;
. nattrall!I ff
Physical GeographyHoustoun'sXew i] only combination of all the Hero you get the news of ft : A

$1.25; Eldredge & Bro., Phila- I digestants ever devised the demand I the world and all your local

deJphia. I for it has become enormous. It hasjnever j news while it is fresh, paying :
Theory and Practice failed to cure the worst cases ffr
i i of indigestion and it always gives instant 9il very little more than one
I .Waymarks for Teachers (Branson's relief. costs. Either is frf
I A. I: Wise. paper paper
Edition) $1.00, Southern School Book I .' --_ I' well worth $1.00, but by fS
1 t1 Depository, :Vtlanta, and "Report of I The Senate is entitled to thanks II j cia arrangement are spe"I Sf fit Pri66S th6 LOW6St !

ilt the Committee of Twelve on Burn I for one thing. It refused to allow II i I ;i abled to put in both of thorn, i!

Schouls." 25 cents per copy, less If Sampson to be promoted, although giving three papers a week I I! '

- t t ordered in large quantities Irwin I the whole influence of the adminu-:1i: for this low price. You can- :I

t Shepard, Secretary, Winona, Wis. I tration was brought to bear to try to: '! not equal this anywhere else, I
, I All examinees will be tested on I bring about that act of injustice. %, and this combination is the :! Letter, Bill and Note Heads

both Way marks and Report of I ----, j: best premium for those who | : Statements .

I Twelve.: TO-DAY take Foley's Honey and, !' a want n great paper and a a : Envelops,
\ ,Tar. It positively ,
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, -- : prevents pneumonia home Take these and '
; paper. Cards
After exposure or when you feel a or other serious results from i iiii 1-1'
t cold coming on, take Foley's Honey colds. It may be too late tomorrow.; i'! : you will keep up with the
, I and Tar. It never fails to cure and G. W. Price, druggist. j i times. \-I Programs Posters,
! t will prevent pneumonia or consump .; Besides general news, the .
:;i lion if taken time. ,: Senator Tillman's pitchfork hand i j .. Twice-u-\\'eek Journal has If Visiting, and Business Cards, -
{ I I j appears to be still in working order niuoh agricultural matter fr -
I I --- a ff Ball Programs
i and other articles of special ,
C? Two hundred bushels of potatoes j| NIGHT WAS lIEn TERROR. i ii : interest to farmers. It has

remove eighty pounds i "I would cough nearly all night i :2 regular contributions by Sam IF Wedding Invitations, _
I = of'; ctua I"Potash from the I long, writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, : :i Jones, Sirs. W. II. Felton, tpranpUypn
i 't- of Alexandria, Ind, "and could hard- i! :l John Temple Graves, Hon. t Pamphlets, Tie Checks,

s 3&. soil. Unless tho quantity ; ly get any sleep. I had consumptun j jj ; C. II. Jordan and other distinguished f Punch-out :
so bad that if I walked j I Tickets, Etc. Etc.
t < :Sv is returned to the soil, i!'would a block I writers. f 1
frightfully and
:?*| the following crop evilt 1 I I j blood, but, when all other medicinisfailed i 3 subscriptions for both papers. your You f E I -

t """ **.*' .materially decrease.K three fl.10 bottles of Dr.Kng's ; can get a sample copy of either paE :-
here /
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per application.
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New Discovery wholly cured i tos I'
e have books telling ahoatCOffiposaioo ;: me and I gained 5J pounds." It'I 0'ARINM'Pit'PTT''N''NT ''''''''l'l''l'IM:

u,4 '- feruluera, use for varioui and value ttofi.of| :I|, absolutely guaranteed to cure I : 3ookrtijJJork a Speciallyprompt

.".. .. .lI3''<'2 .' They are seat free. j Coughs, Colds, La Crippe, Bronchi-X
{ -: ; GERMAN KALI WORKS;, i tis and all Throat and J.ung1'roubles.
.f.... 93 Nassau St, Price SOc and s&l.GU Trial bottle .
New York. i: free at Geo. W. Price and at Watts Attention Given ,

-!1! & Son
to Mail Orders. i
'i Now Chaffee is to be given a chance >cuiOBIOFEE. model.
or photo ferine report on pateoUbiliiT. fiuok'to -o: I
to ruin his reputation in the Phili 1'FILL OUtio u.a ud Fonigt ISteauud Tnde-iia ; ;.
Fairest term. ever offered to iiTelton.
,I AU basses eoubOeiiUii. boaad rive ];wthfml,
O.a.S TO III.A.. r- Mgdti '
Bean the _/J The fad Yea liars Always BcggM wStoC.A.SNOW&COJOpdU. Reporter Job Office:

8pt1llt ,? PATENT LAWYERS,
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Established 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 7

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METHODiST-Kev. F. Pitton, pas Jr
; tor. Preaching every Sunday at 11 [ The (Great Through Car Line From Florida. DON T STAND'- 111 i

.- a. m. and 7:45 Pm- Sunday school .
I "- at 9:30 a. m. Kpworth League 4:00 CONNECTIONS : III ft J ON ,YOUR HEAD _
Sunday. Prayer I'I'III
meetIng -
m. every
p. To } The Atlantic ('ast Line via Charleston --
e Wednesday evening at i.JJ.AD"ESTScrvlces The East { Richmond and '
Washington. .
The Southern Hallway, yia Savannah Columbia and. rr'ill 1\ fiND ;I I "
every Sunday 11 Via All wI J J. Wa hington. ,
'( a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 10 I KIGK r =

'evenings a. m. Prayer 8 o'clock.EPISCOPALIev.rCura meeting. Tuesday I '1',) The Southcrn Railway--via Jl'oSUP, Atlanta, Chattanooga I I, \.-=J

West I The I.oniH'ille &Xa hville via Montgomery. I the
The The i\\ AT poor Printing you have been
> s Southern ): ) via Savannah, Columbia and Ashville. L IJ\, when You can get the Host ,
.: ruand rect-I The Mobile & Ohio IL R. via Montgomery. II I'I just as easily as poor. Our prices are I
Sundays in each month at 11 Ireasonahly\ consistent with up-to-date '
t and .:-1.) p. m. Sunday school at To, EastVia Savannah and Ocean Steamship| Company for New I rl j'\ flrst-claxs work. We are prompt. 'I
j30:: a. m. The York, Philadelphia and Ho"ton. I i t;,. Avoid furthentrouble and annoyance '
Via ] Via SaianuahanJ Avrckint3& Miners Transportation I ,I I .*} by sending us a Trial Order. 1
t Steamship.
PEESSB' TERL.N-Ilev. J. C. Timms, Company for Baltimore. I. ; !!
\'. pastor. Preaching every Sundayat To WEY WEST --- -- li:1:1: lil'I'lil'I'I
11 a. ni. and 8: I). in. Sunday JOB OFFICE.
r ?rn.dw\ } Via Peninsula and Occidental H. L. ,
School 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting lIA ANA. I Steamship Co. 111t4 DODO PROPRItTOR. I 18
r. every Tuesday afternoon at 1
:- o'clock. To Nova Scotia, 1 rpl' .,r1'jS.T t'Z t..Tst_ r&t !'"Ze1 Cape Breton, | Via Boston and Canada Atlantic and 3< ----- --- ----. ._ .oI'J
Plant -
BAPTIST-Church has no pastor. Ser- & Prince Island.Edwards -} Line for Halifax, Hawkesberry and Charlottestown.Steamship 1r11 hI.:f'WeWIl1: JFI2lS1"10X #'I
tfces held irregularly.; Sunday school

:' 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Thurs- [ frthrnristsT'fket.s'lIU' 110'un sale throughout the
\VefWrnan.j Northern. Eastern,
day evenings at 7:45. Ladies Helping 1\lUll-1cJllimlted Vtner alll'luridol ll'MJrts'Ia Want System during the season Pianos JAcBs cAMPBELLA
return until May ;Slat: with liberal .
: Band meet every Monday eyen- dre 8 ot stop-over privileges In florid .
parurs In the
1'A North sent to the
undersigned will be
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at 3 o'clock.CITY supp all information liberally
: ing and handsome
... advertising matter. I
For information as to Rates, Sleeping Car rga n s B
t Reservations, etc.. call on or write to i Established In 1878.
p. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent :
131: \\'. nay Str. Astor lllock Jacksonville.
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1.'" MAYol-f' /'. Cone, I W>JL DE.MIAU.Savannah Gen'l Superintendent Ga. .B. \WUEMI.. Pass. Traffic Mgr., I I; Kimball Whitney Hinze.

a CLERK &; TREASURER ir. .'/. /IT*. Savannah,(Ia.sEAuoARDiiR ......... ,
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!. ASSESSOR.COLLECTOK.H' J. R/lu'ltrtlll I All kinds of Small Instruments Trimming. Easy Terras. Low Prices.
';. i1fl1 VffiTIDUlt[) [i Send for Free Catalogues and full information.

.-J. E. henry,president; I -- w m] '1I E[} i -- -- _. .

S. L. Kerry, '1. L. J'tyrajrton, O. li. I "

Jto-ter: / E. lit man, J. E. Young, ; 1 DIRECT LIN'I.SOUTHER'J .;;

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COUNTY: JUDGE IF. J/ /re*. 1 Lv Jacksonville.. .-.. ./ 2'Ja! 1011' : 30a Jacksonville- : .-r'D' ;11-.J p ; BALTIMORE
.SnBOTP-IP- J/ Hancock.4XEBK i i tAr Kernamlma... .. ,Ill ana! 9 isi, .... i Ar lialdnin._.. ... __ 9 44 19 PHILADELPHIA,
i AT Everett __.. ....._ aj HSftp
-J/ J/ Scarborough I I ... | 131 I..rill: tr iL'' lIaI' ".. Waldo. _........__... l115aIIIs., : ;}I NEW YORK,
ArrSavannxah.--- .- pII50I"Il-t'4' tainrsvlllr.------ : _... ll Mpl... .. .
TKEABCEEK-/ L. Turner. I -- 3.-If'l, jola i -vuar ..... .: __ CINCINNATI
; Key 81
; Ar Denmark.......... p ,
\SSESSOR-A. /f. lll'u'n. Ar Columhia-------------5 i I 3 .4C. 'IM' .3. M::16 al!, _..._._.-. !l .'Silver. Sining.- _-_ : .. h... 110p.". _"_". .
('oU.n'TOR-C. Jones. Ar cawden...____._ _,_I II 7 3.ip tp< 6 H a',' ; .. 1\ildx'--------------------------I s f'll-: )a' ATLANTA
BtPT., PUBLIC STnUCTIos-ll. L. '| ArSo Pines --....-......''lOJiplu it:a m... .. :- 13 pJJ a', ,
1 Ar KalelRh _n........ __ .i* a a u 511 a1 ..- Lee.Lurg....._ :! 5Jp 3 30 a BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS
I I "Tavares __.._...__ ,
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!!' Ar PurLsuioutb___...' 7 no al! 5 sop ..-. .1 "Orlando_... ...__._.... ___ __. : Il' 4 Ya a'', f
SSIONERS-F., 7. Ii< tz'ereha'irMan Ar Richmond Va.--'.-'-' 4 Siaj,, 3aip. -""- \ Park ..__..... _.- .' 5uupVinter 532p .7Ua_. .__ i. RAILWAY I CHATTANOOGA, \
; Frank Smith, Ge,). Ar \Yachingtua----a\ {;aI113<11Ii..i! : Dads ('ity. ____ .__. -...-. .iJSn I
Ar Baltimore. .. _....' ..... -- 3U8aj aT. LOUIS KANSAS CITY
A. Smithson, T. W. Uetzeit mid A.f u ID (K a 11 :3.'i -- "Plant Clty.1: ...__., 418 4 tea ,
Ar Yhiladr1hia.1'; 9uPY) 58 i1Ar m.-_ Tampa_. ._.__. ...'..._. p I
Humph. -New York____.....__. I. 3 tap! 6 laa.----. .. I =-_ ___,- -- .1|Soup r. Lit a And all Points East and W.... -
Henry t hair man; S. 1.. lierry and i *('onneetion made at Fernandinawith I

J.-& Wi.e. i Cumberland Haute steamers (-1 WO OTHER LINESERVICE AFFOBDS
leaving: Fernandina l::'U p. m. daily t)

WEST DlV. d X.o, 3. L except Sunday, arriving Brunswick LIKE THIS. t
COURT CALENDAR. -_ a p. m. r
Lv Jacksonville ....__ I __
/ y 05 THE
? : ArLake City....._____,.........-. !73111'l1311111Ua' a. ;; NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, fVU f
Third Judicial Circuit of Florida- ( .-. Live Oak__.._...__.-_.__--._. 1JN1 t' 11 Ef.t p tLeave Fernandina for Jacksoneno SavMuh and Charlotu; N. C. .
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-:. Judge. John' F. White, Live Oak, .... __.:::::::__:::::-:__e._.IS S S|, J S? :! vlllc 7W a. m. and 14 p. m. l'

., Fla. Tbumasville_ ___ ___ __.' no a'.__ I I THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, <
'State's'Attorney, L. E. Robinson, __..............I 8 10ai. .. -_ t
Jasper, Fla. "St... Louis___..__........__.. .-|! 7 Mai,.-.- Arrivals. at Jacksonville from north VU Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. :
Tallahassee ... .... -------t l uua 3 3.'op- & east, No. 27 at 9:10 a. m.: No: 31 at
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SPRING TERM. 1 ll -.-..--._..___._. n._... -ztv 3:.-){, p. m. From the west, No. 2, 7:23 THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED
14 uinc3un ____._ .. .... ....... L tI
I -- p No 4
Jasper,Hamilton county, 4th Tuesday l'.n..acola.m__ .. --... I" i) m., S)0 a. m. From the south I VU letup. \
in January. Mublle:1: to a No 44, at 9:3 a. m., No. 00, at 3:55 \.
Live Oak,!tuwanee county, 2nd Tuesday New Orleans--------------------------I- \ 7 4oa p. m."Montgomery THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS, ;

in May. Via Jesup.
Lake City, Columbia county 4th No. 44, solid vestibuled train letwcen Jacksonville and New York, including
Tuesday in May !H mail, baggage and express cars, day coaches, dining cars and i t
Through Ve tlbuled Trains
Mayo, Lafayette county, 2nd. TuesJ: J through Pullman sleepers between Tampa and New York, Atlanta and Sle plni Carl. Through Coaches., Pullman Drawlai Room i I i E
.day in June. J Jfashviile. Nos. 31 and 41 carry Pullman buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonville Elegant Dining Cut.

Perry, Taylor county, Is Tuesday and Tampa. .
jn April I j I No. Gil, solid testihuled train, consisting of day coaches, mail, baggage !i I Through Pullman Steeping Cara between Jacksonville and dncltjutl. On
ilidison, Madison county, 2nd Tues-i ;and express cars between Jacksonville and Washington and Pullman :: vU AshevUle, N.C., and Knoxvllle, through "THE LAND OP THB 'k\. -
day ia priL. #j sleeper between Jacksonville and New York. i
Nos. .t and 4, Pullman buffet sleeper Jacksonville and St. Louis via' I.
i Through Train vU Southern
FALL TERM. j Monticello, Thoinasvillc and Railway are now Operated
Jasper, Hamilton county 4th Tue sSteamers' for Key West and Montgomery.HavanaNo.. 27 make, connection at Port ,j la Connection with the Plant System from JackI .VW.. I I

day in August I! Tampa with steamers lcanmt: Mon Jay-*. Thursdays and Saturdays.
the Oak,Suwanee county, 2nd Tuesday i'i No;;. 2 and 1, sl.-cp.-r h.-to'C'i NVw Orleans and Jacksonville. |I SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS tl Very Ln Ribs 01 Sill Ju 11fl SipL 30,1800

in November. : E. ST. JOHN, V. IL M'tJKi., B. S. ALLEN, !
Lake City, Columbia county 4t h'1st V.-1'. & G. M. Tuesday in November. :J I I Portsmouth, Va. W. T. COSBY. P, A.,
: 'Mayo, Lafayette county, 2nd Tuesday A. O. MACDONELL, bistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fl a' til WM!Ety ltit./MtMBvUIi,IU. i
v in December. j' I. U. GULP W. A. TUSK, .. H. 8ABDWICX,
ferry,Taylor county, 1st Tuesday in I| Tramo Manager Gen.!'....Agt., lut.G a. r....Aft. I
October; :j i.i i SOUTHERN WuMofton D.0. WulilBgtoa,D.0. ,finks Ok.
Madison, Madison county 2nd Tue sGEORGIA!' & FLORIDA RAIL'VAY. : : ,

day 1\1 October. 'i __ n_ __ __ __ _______ L_I

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Itaie Q\cr\ STATIONS. (pick I 1)ixieFlyer .BITERSMEN'S

tilep step Flyer
11 55p III 11 31a III r.v...... .... la"II.=. .. .. .. ........Ar.. lap nt .a lOa IIII
l 16UII\ 12 5 i p Iii ........ .Unsllilll\... ........... .... 2 .IS IIIII 2Malll
"1 J 131ft III 1 :dl p III"i".n..' ... ...... ....... ... 'S 2III 231 a III
: I :A a III .1-101'111 Ar..... ....(-ordele......... .... ....l.\. ')4 IIIII 2 15 a15latu m MEN'S all that is Curicd iu
:! ll'ltI1 I.v..I .1 2 :1Ia III 2 5lp: III ....:. ......A..hbllrn. .. .......... ...... I :::t111II 13., a III3Oa Fine Stylish! D.ossiiig for
III 3 :SO II III .... .. ....: '![ ........ .... ....Lv h2 i.? 111II 1 00 a mI
LZRADIt I 315a III :SSUl'III Lv.......... 1ildn.... ..... ........ 12351'11I J5ia: III HATS LADIES GIRLS. MEN &OYS
I I 3 4fa III 4 mi, I.l ...... .. ... :l'arL.... .... .. .. .... 12 ir! p III 1': 2'a ,
J- :3 57 a III 4 I0 I' III ........ ... .Ileartpiue. ...... ...... ... 11 ill a III I. 11 a nt SUITS and CHiLDRE
J .; .j .jtl II 11\ 5 OS II III A r... .. ... .1'ddnsta. .... ... .......Lv:i III 10.1 III 11 3i P III ,
'. I .. -Wa III :i Iii I' III I.v... ......, al..IIIl...............Ar Jl to 1III 1l 3.'i 1'11I OVERCOATS 1 The
aUUAaitBALKE'S 3 31alll 6. iI'lII ....... .. .J a lwr..... ..... .... ...... 10 ,1J1II IOUplll Largest Stack and
I 6 01 a III ti 3IJ p III ... ....While Sprin...s.... ..... ...... !) ::3 a 1110 031) m.1'21lalll UNDERWEAR
: .'7 O'JIIIII ......... I'iii........ .. ... .I. 9 (oIlllll 9-IIJIIJIl Variety
.' ... .... .
B -& ) a III 72'1' III l.itv.\r !' 30 a III \I:1I1I11I and
I 7 .ill a III IS :a II III ... .... .Samt'srr.: city.. . .. .. 7 iiI u a III II 05 II BEST QUALITIES
8 Ul a III II ::7I': ...... ..... .ll t iltuu. ..... ............ 7 37 1l111 7 52 p915ant ni FURNISHINGS.UDIESL ,
945pto Ar..1;atatk:1 .... .... .. ....I.v 625ain B40p III % and always -

i uAlal:al 1LLE. "'U.'I \
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14'E- theLOWEST
6"5 a III t :'al I' III ..... .. .. .I.uke l;: I\ .. .... .......ArIS 50 a III I9 :''0 I' msuo ?,
'I am 8351'111 II.v......... : OIJ.'jly.-\ 7..Ualll I 755pllJII Tallsr-Hade SUITS, SKIRTS, .
'\ 5u III 930 I' III ..... .1.llInl"l\.llIe..l. 11454 III 700 a>> m Waists, Underskirts, Under*
.... wear, Haslery, Jackets, ,
m WHISKEY OITU HOUSH t3ClIEDULES. Capes, Fine Neckwear and A ,
.. : ; "Via Maron, C of G Kv. N C &M L Ry, III Cent U nand connecUons.AVhere Farei6hings. ,

I 9 u'a 1\1 DItlll III I.v... .... ... J.IIke (: )............. 6 20 a III 7 lOp -j
; ..- FJENED' BY AC E. 15p III .a lOa n: Ar... .... ..._..Alacou.... ...... ...Lv 1l nip III ll ? n Boys' and Children's Supp'ies,
., ,, 7 35p III 'iia m At. .. .. .. ....plants .. ... .......1.\ 8 :!IP n1 7 '-! a IU j :
try 6 Medal 100 II III 11"111'1 Ar...........('J'atlan.JO'a..l.v 2 5lplll: 31'> alll SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS, .}:
at Atlanta Exposition. +' <6< "Oam 100\11I A r.. . ......!\ashctllr."........ ... J. .JJ 0 1'11I J : .PUt UNDERWEAR and FUR ISHINGS.
I ... .. ..... ... .
7 24.. m 7 IIi a III Ar..I !oui .Lv 844 P m II Iii a III ;1

the best and purest 4 '' III 0.III .\r. ..... ... .l.inl' .... ......1.Y 11 (lOp IU OOa m Crt 0 Shipments.stfc hileje (I eMniifliaj before 1
I, 9 vup 15 II III 11 m a III I Ar_.. ..........(.Il1l'a o. ..... ......t 7 00 I' m (III..... .. ... ,.,1.... MAIL OHDEf.ag<(!11 special care. :.
.. .RrcVhiskey sold -- .

I no time is shown trains do not stop. SAVANNAH, GA. 'J
:' S the South. -Tra us Xw.3 and 4 the "Dixie Fiver" have through sleeper between St Louis Mo.and .
r Jacksonville. )viaVal.losta.. and through parlor sleeping; car anl coaeh between -
LtgE 1. Maeon'mul Palatka. U\en for the reception of passengers in Union Depot. Ma on
_< i CO.,Proprietors 9:30 P ni. and remains in Vaoon Union iepot return until -"fi 4 ooIV a IU. and can be

..., l1.U.S.A. 1 occnuied HILUAM: : eECliUY.ISHAV until that: t lUe. *_'* D.o'ISI'* B. H. Levy & Bro. W

II 0IIt bead oBSce will be \'icePesident Agent Lake City, ila,
,_, c. Tl. 1uooes. *II IBJ KlTDKV liB 3.
: ........- aCaaCited A'-"-" '. OeuM fllss Agent i: ICOn.G a. V A Jacksonville, s'la.
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Do got COUCHSo.lid a fob FOley'S ASTHM Honey. and Il Louisville -THE HA$---i l 11 I' I WORMS' VERfi1iFUCE'. WHITE'S: CREAM Be.tl

Tar it guaranteed togiveeendao Qcatg
r Cold,o doles.are os ,
: -- Folay's proalptrelief la all caeeaHoneandTart.c l'cn Led aU Worm ngrsiedie (
oU..tlun. DODotdtssnleauM Runthrough: cars to Iafe and I" thl.itholhermeclicl..o" Mobile aul i l'rJl'a s, SOLD BY ALL :n.'V'GGrS'T'3't3e

reo L.aaraateedi eo.&aIu..op'-. yea that relicL haa bilo4 to gist'd njin ham, Na-hvilie and St. Louis, to i Prepared by. 41#, Jt.ME5 f. BALLARD, tt'a i

1! Lou >o'illtindnllati anil Kvans

CONSUMPTION. LA GRIPPE. 1, dUe anti'to ('licis<* without Icavin;; ; --=-
FOley's Honey end Ifionhavol 4the(1rtl -
Tar dues DOt hold oat 7oa pruhr bIs Dyed a re train. For ratc, bt.'helucs and
\ hoer iA advwc+4batdatyatosir ltabtemedicineliteFOLd.e dry hin""'car reservations write to or P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR ------ ,=r
ley'S Honey and Ta ?JI;!
relief In the very worst to heat your lungs and call on
re.end I.ear17 op the rucking eoual I { $P BUILDER
to duct.CIUlloBAJ iacideutcltothia diaCROUP. |I H. II. HOPKI.VS, Fial I':1ss.lgt. n __ ,
j 2lW West Hay Street, .
of infant. Dr.J PNEUMONIA.di a $i.Jtop, of Acd I Jacksonville, Fla. \ ...LAKE CITY FLORIDA. .. ,
ehUdtia dia tearl7 newMicb.,ca7a "I hay i C. L. STOXE, G. P. A., \
creep, overt OD. o icd Foley's Honey i A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES.
be.. laaoeeate could and Tar in three very I Louisville, Ky. j .-
vbesnKVedha4FO erecase.. f Pneumtoy's I SC.VD/KO WHY FOR THIS KIND
Money and Ta na the peat mOUth.wtaiee :,
themla ood reaalt&
Notice mil-- _
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I h hcrcliy pivcn that (Jin thirty days from i
R is a Healing Wonder. this date 1 will MI -hait <>l the slateott
lurlda. issue Us deed tel r'. M. I>i>URlalur I Fire Storm i Tornado and Guciooe
the follow g de.scnhed Unds. to-\ a: iiisll'
Sold by Geo. W. Price.r :Sec-tion32.'p9S.K ;

SVV qr :5t'cUou3l. Tp l s. R 18 East tt:)acres
r. embraced in certificates Xos. STti and :377. .,,j
Witness uiv hand and seal, lcc. 21st, A.
i!-.iJI feigra tet"tl'Jt 1(JtCotJf0t'"t"T..r"T.T t?T Tr-tt.'rGT tG1Gt.tc.tG1 (t;'[ at;cjrjrtT.t'tf\' lituu. D'I Best Insurance at rca.-=onabl.rate.': .-. i3ieejv,' adju-tmcni- iil.boakt .
i M. M. SCABBOBOBI.H. I i :: L'lrstairs in \'tlant 1,1(1:. J
Fire! Fire! Fire! a I 1I 1-\SEAL.J-\ Clerk Circuit court. I I

_,_ I Chalker .& Small Agts
It comes like a thief both day and night. and steals awav your home or U!> | I II ,
You cannot afford to run the risk without Insurance Protection. 1Rq. loess'l I
sent the very Debt Insurance Companies and will take pleasure iu J. D. CALLA\VAY I II
Jpsurlpgyour propertr. Prompt adjustment PaymentofaUL.Okt.ek -
guaranteed. 1 make no chare I.r writ { I I ".
ing policy as uually charged by other agents. f I e r.noKEiiKKAL .
Office 105 Eernando St., near Baptist Church 1',11 ArEDI: I
! II :, INSCIL\N'I.1iENT I $2O <
T. R. HODGES. -- *rPHONE NO. 34. Is
Lake Pia.
O =T: ww"",,, ,o rte''o'.m"s City

I vTeaclicrs Frosncctive; Teachers
A Bona=Fide Salary. :

,. Nashville; Chattanooga & St. Louis flu.AND $12 Weekly.and am-ntxand I i :. ? .trill; find City nevleTT'ulicge-Classes at. the Lake
Men women toapixiint ,
t' represent us. some to travel:others .
forlmalnork. *1-; \\I'.kl.alan' andexpenses. I
Western and old established house 5SO COVERS ALL EXPENSES
[ Atlantic.R'y pleasant permanent j illons., rapid ,1 yeaccp
.ulianivnii-nt and inrreo.se ot wayes.
f I Write at urn ,'. Address.
"Battefields. Line"To 1Il''l'UIIJaI:. : railroad fare tor one ITKI
d7 IW-j.l K. NEwllAVfc*. Cos*. Send taf circular t...
& f

t Chattanooga. N.i.bviII.., uis\ilk', (Cincinnati ('bh tgo. St. Ix.uU, Memphis and all .
points West for ratesaud schedules write tJ .W. P. VOGUM, Lake Gitu, t ea.i .
C. K. UAKMAN, G. P. A., Atlanta Ga. T. M. Don E. K. p. A., Jack,.m\iHe, Ha. i i

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O f.. )0: KOKKKSIlS. I A. II. Sit lt.t PRICE
SUMMER IIKATThe I Ja"ix'c. Fla. I 1 Lake ('II)'. Fla.O i| BUT BEST 1!;

t : ROUERSON: fc SITTOKXKKi i e Well Fedhusbands

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-i- thermometer will Koon climbing to the Summer .
O .
.11' 1.-1 \II'\
f heat mark. You will ooh he nulling you could
i f O contrive You can.to get along without that antully hot rane.
O Will do a tneratlracHe in Stair and husbands and
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f"t-tlt"ralt'oun. Ciiit>ctioi j TRY A j BLUE FLAME.. ;> i iIII:. lake City office: dl SeoonJ.Li'J.IH.llr VinzantHlotk i their food can best .1

!i be prepared en the _-
f lllue Flame makes an ideal heat for calking quick.convenient I-
and economical We hare stove you want /\
} It ciwubut little and is a great lalior saving device. II
i All sizeswith or without cookint; utensils. Of I T. R. HODQES \ -

r rI O I Attorney tit Ixv nod S5o- 1-New r

I ) licitor in Chancery.


I SIN'ritl aUcnti m gir.'It toCninmerrial col-
Try leelioiis and'et talon ot tired I
Vou Dl.a'tyage; s HI''. lit othir l.e :al II I Ip.ii LESS FUEL
''rr.s. inure: lib Her- | Stovc- THANANYOTHER..eVE'For
1 4 an v 't can O I nantr ia-list! i"ot.liuicb. 'i ineur ] .

1'111: Xu IL I
"Iron .
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I Afford ,, ;
I Q King" It p IT.I B, OLIVER) j twenty years the premier stove of the South,

U I O I ATTORNY-AT-L4W. made from Southern material by Southern work-

!I I O I LAKE CITY, FLA. men, and giving ideal satisfaction in over 200,000
O I A SI'JoCUJ.1'I I hi D6S. Retains heat and bakes better than any

; You'll .Have Better Meals, and the Gook a Better Temper. O T.Oillce.A. l'errry'Marion".imil-iin.street lot up laer'.j stairs occupied over Mr hIJ'Klz..r .\,' i other stove. Sold under guarantee. If your dealer
St.'ail.tv.av.Practice can not- show you the New Enterprise, write for
I carry the most cpmple line of Crockery Oueens- in all State Courts. prompt alien- <
ware and Tin-ware in the CII}'. Just "uat you want- lionto all llUsine. M"rti.i);<-s ,:ud 11\".. 'I'j either of our seventeen department Catalogs, and
; prices the Iuwes3 considering quality ol good drawn and acl..o.h'd"II1&I" taken. Q
; O MiSTSS IB CHASCEUY TCI prices, showing everything used in the kitchen,

i 4 Tin-Roolino and Guttering jani-cs) COLUMBIA COII&TY. dining room, laundry, or dairy. A littla postage
a Specialty. j jJ.
I -,! stamp will save you many dollars. .
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;\ The Hnesllini: <.!l T.nl.n nuI.MM| ever CO.Mf .
shottiiiut.mil. .;.'"r1',6th tnisciiri'it.d ."'ACTU.r..OPStaves
II \.. "il lia\- .
: uo III ; ult1.1 iiukin-
Ran TiBwara Huteliicd
srlcrtii-n j ,
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seleclii/n allllla\1 iO O UM VHOUUl
I odmade up sahu- .
r day. IV'tiiiiuujraiUeed. 1--Tt,1r t"D RITAII DIA'&M !
S, II I China,Crockery,ClaswareTwyt,
I Clothes Dijed, Gleaned and Prcf&A ''r Art and Hsliday tiafffl9.l .

c. .. ,
.II/e :: \"suits ii ,10< .1 >
, flail ders --- / I and i're.s vJl 75 >rent-a-u. ISJt | 1 = V NASHVILLE, TEKK

r aGtoru Work GnarLtnccd.i :
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I 1 PLANT FRUIT( i G tat Illustrated Catalogue t't'I

-TeUa'd I

OFI T What to Plant and How to Grow and Mar- i .
FOR PR kit the Gifeat jf

? Money Making FruIts of the South... 6-

.Hlgh-Grado... TreeS i'eaalea, Pears: PluRl'i, Persimmons, t;:? /
g ICntTreestnpes, Fgy,:-albllllla aad other .
Orange.ua ydru9 Tnfobi !>i ,cU, Ornamtnlal I -
a Low Priers Trees, R.-.es and crerjthmSfot tile Ci: I
ewes, urohard or gorilca. Address ,j

-CATALOGUE FREE... The Griff ing Bros. Co., I I F

Karaerics aud Test atPOISONA NURSERIES, |

S) Maoelcnny, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. | I
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