The Citizen=reporter
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00065510/00015
 Material Information
Title: The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title: Citizen reporter
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.L. Dodd
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042460
oclc - 33283557
notis - AKN0324
lccn - sn 95047172
System ID: UF00065510:00015
 Related Items
Preceded by: Columbia County citizen and Florida tobacco plant
Preceded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1885)
Succeeded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1919)

Full Text
{;::..,..,..'.-, 'A<. '.:..<" ,._ --.''Cvl-* E--
::. :!



s. .. '., .

'I ,


u .


_. ._
----- -- -- -

TIS IIK CITY REPORTER CITIZEH,,Estab.E Ub. 1888 18741(j Aug.ConsolidatedCOLUHIiCOUm 34,1900 LAKE CITY, FLA.. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1901. Vol. XXVII No. 19

-- -. ..
-_ &_",-,--", -", -", -", -"" -", -", .--", -"", -",, -,,,--,- - - & & & &._-& --_ -" -
'''''- -- --
=- ta.F '. IMMA4A


:Fresh Fancy and Our Peliveryman


Family Groceries, Will Call


Tea, Coffee and Every Day and

Canned Goods. Take Your Order.j '



We are Doing Business upon the Fundamental Principles of Giving Full

Value, Honest Goods and Honest Prices.

Mr '

AVe handle Groceries and Food Stud's: oi all kinds: and hare a stock of well aborted goods. We keep nothing below a standard

.. grade-and up to the highest. AVe buy from headquarters in Cal'atIlots] and under Contract Prices---thereby enabling n*

to sell as cheap as any competitor, either Wholesale] or Retail. We give you the BEVT goods at as Low Price as you usually

," pay for a second grade; then why not have the Uvst: when it .rusts no more, gives better satisfaction and and goes further?

,. -


: -- --'

I Is usually]) accompanied by a falling ()11' in valueshich] is not the case in this instance--we guarantee Quality and prices againstall

i comp'titnl'Pitying less than we ask, is getting Quantity at the expense of QUALITY.

I. Farlllers or Merchants De irillg to Buy Goods in Unbroken Quantities will do Well to

J' See me Before Placing their Ol'der-as lam in a Position '.to Save You Money.

--- _...: -
'! '-- --- -


- -
,;' < -

( .



'i POUTER & ''''

-..-.._..._..._... .. _..._..._...._..._u..... Jti ... _..._..._..._...11I... _J..JUJ.... _-_JlJ......

..- ,
--- -
: ---
--- -- ---
--- --- ---- --- --
A Good Couth nedicine for Children. "Little Billy" Chandler ii rich Uu For the weakness and prostration I Pauper List. i For all pulmonary troubles Bal-

t UI bare: no hesitancy in recommending : before his seat in the S.-not> liatl got following; grippe there is nothing so : The following constitutes the lard's Horehound Syrup taken in the

' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," cold he had another! pla-e at the prompt and effective as One Minute county paupers and the amounts allowed I early stages, proves a certain and

nj f. P. Moran, a well known anJ public trough-hea.1 of the Spanisj: I Cough Cure. This preparation is ex li, monthly: sure specific. It is equally effectivein

popular baker, of Petersburg, Ta.I I War Claims Commission- paying the .1 highly endorsed as an unfailing remedy -i Arnica Griffin, ".50; Mary Ann I croup and whooping cough, and if
' "We hate given it to our children j I I for all throat and troublesand used in season prevents the further
same salary. i iI lung Feagle, l.oO;; Amelia Feagle, $1.50: j, of Price
then troubled with bad coughs, aU. ---- I its early use prevents consump- development consumption.
I, Hallan Critty, $1.50 Mary redden, i ."
1 ; 2T and >0 cents. Sold by Geo. W.
tion. It made
tboopinj cough; and it has alwayst"en To Cure a Cold in One Day was to cure quickly. Jeroison '
; .I A. R., Wise., $2.00; Judy $ .OO; Arthur I Price.
perfect Take Laxative lironio Tab-
satisfaction. It was I I Quinine 2.00
Williams, 82.00 Clairacy Lang
recommended to me by a drugght as I lets. All druggists/ refund the money I II ; ; Democrats will make a mistake if
Papa Zimmerman has a kick coming Fannie Watts, $2.00; Mary
the best cough medicine for children | if it fails to cure. l-:. W. Grove's RaShlot'1 they do not keep up agitation againsta
to him. In baying the Duke of !;$2.00; J. R. Purchback, $
** it contained t I signature is on each box. '-';c. cloture rule for the Senate. It illIIanna'li
' no opium or otherUrmfuTdrug. :Manchester, and his debts, for a''i Trueluck, 8'3.00Villiam Smith.$ ;
----- ----- -
intention have cloture
." Std I a
Price. by Geo. \Y. 0 Boss Platt seems to have found I son-in-law, he did not ligure a suit I Dave Patterson, $2.00; Rhoda i rule adopted by the Senate, if he

more than his match u hen he attempted j for breach of promise of marriageI $2.00; Robt. Simms, J2.00; Mary Can does not become alarmed at public

While Kitchener and Botha were |i to hay that Secretary Root I I j the latter. non, $2.00; M. A. Moyer, $3.00;Samuel I, opposition. Agitation is required to
1 Rotating DeWet succeeded in 1:should not choot an Assistant:ccn- I ----- -- ---- Fackler, 83.00; Mrs. Altgood, $3.00:1 I demonstrate
public opposition.
rr- i
treating into his own country, where tarp of War. {E Arejou sick? If Investigate i Harry Jones and wife, $3.00; Susan I I _

. '. the English aJmlt he I ------ .. I the merits of Herbiue. It is a concentrated -: Baker, $3.00; D. B. Caldwell, $3.00 i'Remarkable Cures of Rheumatism.
can stay a*
" naihe wisher, of the Persons who cannot take ordinary medicine, the dose is. Mary':'. Prescott, $3.00; Dura Good, ;'I From the Vindicator, Kutherfonl- -
regardless )I| pills find it a pleasuie to take De- I small, jet it quickly produces the 83.00 Ida Turner ;
face tent against him. i $3.00; W. II. Daus, ; ton, N. C.: "The editor of the Vindicator -
._ : ____ : Witt'tf Little Early Risers. Theyare I, most gratifying results, digestion I,3.00: ; Jack Ned, 3.00; Eliza Francis, I I has had occasion to test the
STRIKES the best little liver pills ever improves, the lips and cheeks lose John $3.00 Mar- 1
A RICH FIND. :i $3.00; Mrs. Smith ; I efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain Halm
"I*u troubled for made. A. R. Wise. I their pallor, the eye becomes bright| tin Hancock $3.00V.. I:. Taylor,
several years j i l I and the step elastic. Price, "iOcents. !: I twice with the most remarkable results
1Iilll chronic indigestion and nervous England is trying hard to get the Sold by Geo. W. Price. t$3.00;. Mrs. J. C. Clements, $4.00; : in each case. Fir-t, with rheumatism -

NHty- writes F. J. Green, of Lancaster \I I' other powers to help her take those ----- !I Mrs. Martha Clements, $4.00; Eliza-I in the shoulder from which

,N H., "No remedy helped !! Chinese chestnuts! away from Russia. Give me a salary or give me I beth Kite, $4.00; Mary Walker, $4.00; he suffered excruciating pain for ten
;; **Until I began using Electric Bit-| -- -.- death" is the motto that is being' William Melton, $100. i I days, which was relieved with two
w J 4 shleh did me than !t You Know What You mere Taking Mr. The following are those strickenoff : applications of Pain Balm, rubbing;
more good tired at :NkKinley by every Republican _
afflicted and List
tae ; realizing
all the medicines I '[ When you 'take Grove'o Tasteless by the board of county commissioners parts
- ever used. They who lust his seat in cither in t benefit and entire relief in avery
b'eal o f I Chill Tonic because the formula isi
kept my wife in excellent branch of Congress. He has already at their last: meeting: short time. Second, in rheumatism -
h i i plainly printed on bottle !!ohuwing -
T. lath for yearn She says Electric i 1! that it is simply every iron and quinine given a number of them salaries. Mary Wright, Mary Price, S. J. in thigh .joint, almost .prostrating -

; 'niners are just splendid for female i i in a tasteless form. Xo cure no pay. ;Vinzant, I. D. Thornton. him with severe pain, which,
I was relieved by two application
t'i' :\ tables. ; that they are a grand toni: I I GO cents. There is always danger in using Attest: M. SCARBOROUGH, rubbing with the liniment on retiring

; InYigorator for weak, run down |I mig-h ke- ; counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel j Ex-officio Clerk of Board of County at night, and getting up frr
; tomes No other medicine can takeurfamily" Teddy a humorous hit Commissioners. from pain." Forale by Geo.V..
a < lt,place In Salve. The original is a safe
Try them. 'ifhe would write "The Blunders I Price.
.- : and certain cure for piles. It is a'' --- ---
; satisfaction 1 -----
t 1j'ieoQ., Price and Watts guaranteed& Son. 'i!i Made During the First Week. soothing and healing cure for sores An Honest nedicine for La Grippe. Senator Morgan didn't get action
l' and all akin diseases. A. R. Wise
S t T.4ose who -- j[ Geo. W. \Vaitt, of South Gardiner, from the Senate by his plain talc
; ;
h a say office-seeking i Me., says: "I have bad the worst about how Nicaragua Canal legislation -
if. same of chance Tom Carter talked himself into a
wt If Itls may be right j; Headache 1 cough, cold, chills and grip and have was hung up by Republicans,
Jr' we are inclined to the bed $T,000 a year job-U. S.Commissionerfor II .
r that the liver Is taken lots of trash of no account but under British orders, but he has set
that Is often a warning
the cards the St. Louis Exposition-when
"1 &1. were "stacked"'or I torpid or inactive More serious profit to the vendor. Chamberlain's the people of this country, who ar.i
of ex-Senators. troubles may follow. For a prompt, he obliged Mr. McKinley by talkingthe I I
is that almost in favor of the
UetdocLc and all Cough Remedy the only thing unanimously
efficient cure of Harbor bill death in
River and to
: ,-ieprtathow a I Lver troubles, toko I lias done any good whatever. I have I construction of the Nicaragua Canal,
_Zeats greatly increased the Senate. I i used one bottle of it and the chills, i to thinking, and there will be some
rate from I
throat sPIlls
bold 7 due and lung ; !HOeJtI :iI cold and grip have all left me. I result of that thinking during the
to i
1} I.f cconp, the Prevalence of I While they rouse the liver, restore congratulate the manufacturers of next session of Congress, or the people -
Pneumonia and grippe. We of the Uvn-s, will know
full, regular action 'LL why.
,:... e the use of One Minute CoughSISSsr4Sw' I they dj not gripe or pain do not I an honest medicine. For sale by I
'}( tIS all of I Irritate or Inflame the internal organs Geo. W. Price.Alabama's C.a.BTOR.A.Btuathe .
the ia but have a positive tonic t!feet.I .5c.
1h1 Yrt urn t
I t 8IcItI
at all druggists or by mail of This signature Is on every box of the eaulna I
'a !.. Children like It. C.L hood &Co.,Lowell Mass. Laxative Bromo*Quinine fatieuUM I new governor seem to I BIp&an r
'-be.' I remedy that cure a cold tm .as day i think the veto was glade to use. I If _

""''-,. .

.. :1" ,.' ...-..-'
.!. .-'-:-. :. .,. -. -- ".


.... \r. 1.




__ -
--- -
.u -- --- ------- -- -

t-; THEUNWELCOME I his doinj si was creditable as an 1-1.- ,

-- 1 i dication of his belief that a man J ,

f should not (!ralY a pub'ic salary without -

-. fi
performing any
It i-? also crcd'tabfe: to Mr. 1! )->t th t ,1-

GUE5T h refused to b: 6Liif -d ny Stnat a>

I'.ittandDrt';,w aid lttst .ttd wp-.n

: having Cjl.' Sin'd.hi* jt r.in; i irier.lI

( for A--ista'.i:: Se Lrd'f., t-

You may recoil from him with horror 1Var.Them.
but you cannot evade him. The i'a growing upk'ioi the

t young and the vigorous, as well as the t'icrcisa cioic lumcction bvtwt-iH The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which hag

I : old and the feeble, are his prey. He the i ppTMtun if Mime of the bi ; in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature___
IIF makes distinction. He u an unwelcome or
i no
, !
cates operjjiag in several ines and has been made
'I k guest in many homes to-day. ;yet under Ida per.:
: I t.: lie enters the palace of the king with : 0: Cabaii industry again tic witl- c2Mr- knead supervision since its infi .

! + /li impudence and makes himself home draoral of American au.bority from Allow no ono to deceive you j bg |
e. 1 in the abode of the humble. No home the island ai' I the re.jtirt that th : All Counterfeits, Imitations and ill. : '
is too grand for him to enter and none "Just.ao-good"8le1Qi i
Calais are guin tl/ icfu-e to c, m- Experiments that trifle with and endanger
ei BO modest that he will pass it by. health
i F Of course, you do not care to enter p'y w.th: the conditions impo ."d ly Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment .*

; '- tain this guest. You may slam the tot gceso for American willidranai,
, door in his face and bar window
every invea i igati'
a 'i .hlt if a class
:" in your house, but he will enter on the What is CASTORIACastoria
: : wings of the air, by night as well as by i were made, it would be found iba.
! :. ; day, leaving despair and death in his the.E: .syndicates were u<.n!f money
i* harmless substitute -
l track. t ) ill uenc: the Cubans, just as Castor Oft, pay
I f The best thing for you to do when for those syndicate brought boric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant ft :
he pays you a visit is to treat him agents contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other
t i ifiu to hear Mr. t1.:Kinky JTararffe
right. Treat him properly and prompt once upon
substance. Its is its It
I s. 1 ly, and he can have no terror for you. I f..r the purpose of pruadin:; him tt) age guarantee. destroys Woran
I tt i Treat him lightly and with delay,and tike no steps toward carryirg out and allays Feveri-Jiness. It cures Diarrhoea and \tfin4
he will fasten those lean fingers of his Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constinatiffl. :
1 of ( that our au :
and the pledge 'onfires;
I deep down upon some vital organ and
i j Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates -
then are undone. tlionty should Le withdrawn as soona e".Stomach
h i you It strikes I and Bowels, giving healthy and natural :
: Grip is a dreadful disease. the Cubans were in a position togovern deqk
3- : deep. It uncovers every weak spot in I! themsrl.is. Fu lic sentiment The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

.' your body. Weak lungs may meanConsumption.
" A slight derangement of the kidneys may mean right's was set strongly in favor of CENU8NE
Disease. Heart Trouble is followed by Heart Failure. Every vulnerable keeping our plei ge that Mr. McK'n- CASTORIA ALWAYS
!I .
point.. is reached by Grip. .ey would not be temuaded. If theC
I *- Quinine is too slow to cope with Grip. Don't use it. Discard it at once. bans refuse to till the conditions Sears the Signature of
The issue of Grip is Life or Death, or worse than Death. A once strong man
with all the life and energy sapped out of him is a pitiful thing. Death is American Authority will continue .

better than such an existence. i.ntil Congress sees fit to change the
'. CURE GRIP. [t will cure I
conditions which it do
might not at
every woman and every child that will take It. It la a Superb Grip Cure, driving
every trace of grip poison from the system. It doe Its work quickly and enecilvely. Haou all.
atouce. la an hour It enters the blood and begin to neutralize the Grip Poison; within _
Uy It place the victim beyond the point of danger,and before the end of the week ruddy ,
Cheeks attest the retain to perfect health. (V.ildn't help getting a coM never
1 Those who take the Tonic and depend solely upon It are safe. Those who do not do soplMe
their live Jeopardy. It U a wonderful medicine, and la iUO times better thin cures it: but earn ins home a liottle The Kind You Have
Quinine days,,11 doing at a16 In a tingle,day that which the Blow and uncertain Quinine can not du intern of lUHard's Horehound Syrup, anal Always Bon t I. '

Keep a bottle of this Tonic always on band. Yon may need it any moment, and when using: it as directed, will cure the
.. ;TOO want it yon want it badly. Men have driven over rough roads for:25 miles to get It, worst kind of couh or co'd. Price, In Use
-If the price were tlOU.au none Hbould consider this too high when compared with the For Over 30 Years.
good it does. The price U 50 cento, and this amount is returned to every buyer who IB not 2": ando rents. Sold hv Ceo. \\ .
pleated with the Tonic.fct'Y : I Price.Senator. THE ccMT u>t CO PHV. TT lumnur,STB err. new YORK CtTY '
: :

Tillman I politely informed
Senator Hanna that he handled the -- -
truth carelessly and didn't know |

SAVANNAH GA. : what he was talking about, in a lit-I BUiE'S SAW

:' of tie Congress.spat they had in the closing hours MiLL2Four 1

WASHINGTON LETTER. stances, be had from the Democrats, : j I MilesVest of Lake City j
t 1! i Children often inherit feeble
} tD ratify a treaty that gives EnglandI diges-
From our regular correspondent.r 1 I even as much say in the construction 1 live power and colic of a more or : First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to graces and delivered to aujf&j
: of the 'its '
( short
1 Washington, March 18, lOOt 1 of the Nicaragua Canal as was given less severe character results, when ':' on noticed res!!

Secretary Hay was given an impossible 'by the rejected Hay-1'auncefote food is taken which is at all difficult S. P. BU8E, LAKE CITY FLU

task when he Was told by tr atv. That's why .'.!r. Hay's task ", to digejt. White's 'ream Veroii1 I ,
Mr [I.KiDley to negotiate a new i fuse acts 'I --- -- -- ---- -- -- .
= i is an impossible one. as a general and penman ,. ---

; treaty with England to take the j' When one is rewarded for having i ent tonic. Price, 25 cents. Sold by

place of the rejected treaty that will turned one's Geo. W. Price. i iI lh
i political coat, the size BoUIin
: represent the views of two-thirds of : of the reward is apt to be regarded t '- __ ___ B itg :

i the. enate. What the Senators I i I Yes, Republics, especially: those
||I would agree to would not be agreed as the valve put upon the services of tinted with aristocratic imperial-
: the
turncoat by the other side.
t to by the British' Ambassador. In I that theory Hon. Upon I I ism, are ungrateful. Spain has pro : ..Gompang.jDEALER :
Irvine who
I Dungan,
i fact; Senators who ought to know j moted Admiral Ccrvera, whose fleet
was sent to Congress few
II bare declared that if the treaty just years ago was destroyed by Scble-, I lut this citusESr "
by the Democrats of the thirteenth FRUITS IX- _
j "
1 rejected by England, were to be accepted I Ohio district j government has done nothing for ..
and who
turned his
! just as it was, by Secretary''. the political Schley, except to try to belittle his .
coat '
during last
! Hal:and the British Ambassador campaign achievements. '
and Cool
Drinks Fruits Yt
and took the stump for McKinley _. ,
f -- -- -- -
again sent to the Senate, it would
must be,very small. Senator Headache often results from a dia-
fail ratification
until It hail
amended.' Many Senators are thoroughly Hanna has just had Mr. Dungan appointed i ordered condition of the stomach and bles, Tobaccos, Cib

satisfied that England has to a. tl:!Ull clerkship in the l; constipation of tl e bowels. A dose

been tricky in its efforts to head off Treasury Department .' or two of Chamberlain's StomachI Nuts, Raisins, Apr4
the construction of the Nicaragua some of the good things that and Liver Tablets will correct: they .*-'
are said of a man after he is dead .lisvnlers tnJ cure the headache 3-T

of Canal them by do this not government hesitate ,to and some :,| were said of him and to him when he :i I :-ollllJy (ko. tip Price. I, And Fine Candies. _;J

express I I:' was alive, this world would be a I! -- -- ----- 1 --7;
the belief that the administration Republican with ,
much more satisfactory place to :' a pull are now \xn"t."tT.RER5XD BOTTLERS OF
has been a party to some of the !1: looking longingly toward the looting Soda Water,
remarked a philosophic and I I Sarsaparilla, Strawberry, Ginger A i
trickery. Whether in the face of--:1; somewhat: lor the Philippines, which they think Seltzer -f
cynical Senator who had Cider Etc.
this knowledge of Senatorial sentiment will be shared in by Mr. ', _
;:i: been fcKinley'scarpethag"offidals
; discussing the praise bestowed
Secretary Hay will try to car !:|, upon the late Hon. Benj. Harrison, II to be appointed J Davis, Manager*:

ry out his orders as to the negotia (I, under the autocratic authority ('00I -
I by prominent members of'his I ,

but tion it of seems the new treaty, is not known, I'j, who had for years lost no opportunity party !I trgss ba-conferred- ---upon him.- .1: I ..to;, rata' 11 ,.,,0 ;"":?','tT: :.t,!ntat3 a:4'c rk"!."Tr. "t:",,r_ 'rEfG 2 3.i .".;.'., .-"- .
absolutely certain that !
to sneer at him. It does seem ;: A HORRIBLE OUTBREAK I I i

will any fail treaty in the acceptable Senate, if to negotiated England':I I I, that the death of a man of proms : "Of large sores on my little daughi !I i ; ; ,# I #

r: Even if the administration ;'I nence serves to bring out striking ]i i ter's: head developed into a case of :!. The

could control .I'r I. bits of hypocrisy in other men of scald head" writes C. D. Isbill Offers education
the votes of.all the I j of to both *>\e<-a good

r Senators, which it cannot Republican, it would'!I prominence. Why, is one of those II Morganton, Teun., but Bucklen's ArJ J: Florida along the: lines of

|, mysterious things which no one ia nice Salve completely .
I cured her.It's
be six :
votes short of
I two-thirds d Modern and Activity
anIk I Thought
; ever able to account for in j I a guaranteed
any bat- cure for Eczema
it be set down j =AgriculturalCollege.
may as that tho'
.. :
. t six votes e j I isfactory way. It is known to all the 'Tetter, Salt Rheum, Pimples Sores, ; Scientific. Literan :.iilitary anJ
Ik cannot, under any cir.:um- world that while he was president' Ulcer and Piles. Only i> cents at '4 Industrial Dopartir.i-nts.;. Most

iMMMHIMM- HM HMiMHHBHMMnV. I and since, Mr. Harrison was hated I Geo. W. Price and Watts & Son. :- complete outfit o." a!.;lar.1 u.-. Ei-
--- pease reduced to a
I heartily by nearly every prominent No one knows the unbearable torture i Short-hand, Telegraphy. Bookkejepinjr -
The i j member of his party, for I taught FREI
Stimulusof i one or one undergoes from piles unless :
another reason but since \ !bend for a New to
| his death Catalogue
| they are so afflicted. Tabler'a Buckeye j i

Pure Blood \!I I each these men other have in been trying to outdo I| Pile Ointment is a quick, safean i.. I I I I \V. P. YOvSUM' Pres.
saying j jI
extravagant ; painless cure. Price, .">0 cents in :,I J- Lake City Fla.
That Is what words of praise of him. __ _
is required by every organ !I I I The public bottles Tube\ 75 cents. Sold bv 1
of the body, for the is very forgetful, but it isn't I I (:eo. W. Price.
proper performance of
quite so J t.l';: .' .
Itt : 4E.t'I ja; .ltl-.'''.' ..'.;.'I.a -
functions. forgetful as the talk of these men I' :l61 J.
1 It perfects all the vital processes. I i indicates them to believe. FAMILY JARS j -- -- _: .-. .
It prevents biliousness dyspepsia,conatl- The friends I I are more often the result of \ -
of indices -
Mr. + '
patton, kidney; complaint, rheumatism, caI Assistant : Meiklejohn, late I' tion than anything else. Dyspeptics (I | C ( staid"sCri C u{ frr3 .> oOOOC.... tz'k !

tarrhnervousnessweaknessfaintnesspimpies Secretary of War, and are usually irritable, nervous, cranky i <
; blotches and all cutaneous eruptions. I present candidate for the United.States individuals who wake trouble for all i J Nine=

' f It la assured by taking Hocd's Sarsaparilla Senate, before the Nebraska i I those around them. Dr. Loyal Ford's | : HERBNEG :\
I Dyspepticide makes the
which acts directly and peculiarly on legislature, are saying publicly that i right and restores health and stomach ; Tenthsof

the blood. : he retired from the War Department ness in the household. hapni- i j ); = .z= "Z........., YL. """"
This statement la proved by thousand i voluntarily while -.----- .
t in private I ; (
of unsolicited testimonials. i they are saying unprintable things The editor of the Fordville, Ky., ; Pure Juices from Natural l Roots. I
P W. P. Kseroa Woodstock, Ala.. writes: ; about Root Miscellaneous, writes as a postscript I Il
a Secretary for ( all
pushing the
When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla to a business letter: "I was cured of' <
my blood was Impure and I had not been i i Meiklejohn out, which they fear willi kidney trouble by taking Foley's '' J i fGULATES the Lher Stomaciiand BoweJ7! J
feeling well for queer whatever chances he had for I Kidney Cure." Take nothiug else
some time. I was bothered i j I < PeopleSuffer n
(i. W. '
election Price. Purifies the Bl Qua '
r very much with that tired feeling. When j to the Senate. Secretary I < System,
., I had taken the medicine a few days I Hoot was doubtless actuated I i '> ,,
bei| largely It is to be
Teddy did
Ian to feel better, and after by selfishness in not try URES Malaria i aHiDusnsss!
I 'taking two I getting an assistant | to hog" the inauguration f Constipation,
/Jbottlea I exercises, j
I tired feeling felt was like gone another and I p could JrsoQ.do That my :' secretary work of that who office would-during perform the the'I'! like he did the: San.Juan hill skirm- II! from a 3 fteakSteniffi and Impaired DigestloaEvery j

r: work." past ish. (.

six months Meiklejohn has been :, ----I DiseasedLiver. Battle Gainflieeil is 6fcs! Satisfaction.OTTEiH .,
1rood's Sarsaparilla
away from Washington ; boils AR.GE : S&LA.XjZjZ20S:
practically HUMORS, pimples and all
? rids the blood (Il1CJl lt1J us-and all other all of the time, bat hal are due to impure blood, Price GO Cents.
hmm and ill Joreign matters' regularly I and by purifying the bljotlvith :!

drawn his Dil.1.1rl-but even if he was llue>,l'a Sarsaparilla they are CURED. I Prepared by JAMES F. BALURD, SL Louis Mo.Z43t. .

.' ... :a


,....'::"dtt-o.. ._-.,.-" "..t.l:: _.'_'" = ,. ". "''., ;. .,... .,.... 'JI'\ i'-... .,... ..-.'T'd' =. : > .R> ", 4 ,.<. ., ,'or.'!'-"" "-. ,, .; .'... '_ ..;,.'",, 4''t_ ------ > .,



r, r -.

Established 1874. -.. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 3

-- -- .
I fleeted the grin. -

Uti" r "1\ ell," said the agent, "it's my luck 'bYOI'IJAN I a p:efzd. Wren tJey t:ia" to feed

Lots of to-daj, and the next day it may be his. J an* took a shot at a bs gr gia *hop- Qhsumatism1

I Or I might git skinned if I tried you Uwhirl I pct th..y woutil in'ts h'm from: sis

peoplehave for some of them gover'nur.t ISU.fEA DWCATEMUSiCAL inches t > a foot cats on side or the
thin bonds. I lI -h'r. Joe allowed tha- they would

hair. Per "What was your spcckilation. In good condition she is sweet and lovable, learn to csleu'ate the rariaticu: after

Tubbs?" inquired the stock tender and sings life's syng on a joyful harmonious awhile, but they pot roorer an' joorer. Nobody knows all about it;
theirparents string. Out of order or there is
haps .who unstrung
was evidently anxious to avoid a discordance S t> all there was to i. we had to
unhappiness. Just there
delicate subject."Turkeys is one key note to all m laic so there is one keynote take them bark ta the Platte to getthe and nothing, now known, will ,

had thin i .. + ," replied the old man. "1 to health. A woman might! as well try crick straightened cut wh'ca' they

t calculated on a corner in the poultry i to f/! without wings as to feel well and look did in a few days. But whi ue lock always cure it.

haps; perty |, market an' slumped bj reason of a well while the organs that make her a woman them to the plains tga'n we had the

HAIR their defishunsy of tall timlier. It looked are weak or diseased. She must be healthy I same o'd! trouble. an', to make a long

have thin I mighty well, though, for quite awhile Inside or she can't be healthy outside.; Thereare story shot we kep' driiin' them buck Doctors try Scott's Emul- .
children women ..
"It was this way. Me au' Joe Hil thousands of suffering silently all an' forth an' bark an' fo th until
hair. But this does over the country. Mistaken modesty urges I sion of Cod Liver Oil
I I Hard had made a stale out in t'a'ifortl >r silence. While there is nothing more there wasn't any more to drive. when

not make it necessaryfor nia freightin an' v.e ilu-idstl that vvt admirable than a modest woman, health is 1 -What got away with them?" asked

'them to have thin would see a little! of the bright side of of the first hiportance. Every other con- the stage agent. they think it is caused by imperfect -

life, in pursooance of vvhiih Ohjlctl' s'deration should give way before it. Brad- ; "11 e et 'em, you derned fool," replied -

'hair.1 : headed for St. I.c.Lt'We arribtcI d 1 1 field's Female Regulator is a medicine foi I the old man.-Chicago Daily digestion of food.

One | there on sktflnol time mere or lets an" women's ills. It is : Utcord.W I
thing fr. good there fur wasn't anjihin' in the Lurg too thesafestandquick-est way to curs leu- I: Itk Some iBcipeeled Addition. ...1" I You can do the same.
us. Our Llo..da in
: tciuli-
corrhea. falling! of r I I Few ApoloKl* to tli.
you to assimilate '
sal of riih-
) quantity I
Aatl1or.I It
or not be caused
ness without any 1'HI"trt'c's.l WelKv headache may may

y : high an' nevtr conic down to rut backache and I
uponHair All the "Give Mr. Lord Clones thy hand, the failure
una't' struck a hard eric a of eralweaknes-You 11i by of stomach and
.ill be :, child; commanded her mother, sternly
dials au' thenwua a slrii.k- ( astoi shed
IgOr' in at the result, especiallyifyoaiave- h1I -and place a beat for him by the
; :; ge our a !>etsbythett..ltftl;- wrrhat t; tire." bowels to do their work. If
would have had a ,1..pr'Hill ini ,! I ,
flooence been expprment- I! Janice pulled one of the chairs nearer -
i i
on bank it is
makes the hair healthy mid stand it, though.of KII I told;:1ant'.W you \HI r- ing, with other so- j II to the chimney breast and then re- you will cure it; if not

and vigorous ; makes | had rat-It a stake. called are remedies.We net asking. 1'L she turned had to been her quilting working frame when,the at which inter- I j you will do no harm.

it thick and I "Well, I says to Joe: 'It aiii't no it.. ;you to try an uncertainty. I ruption
grow came.
| in spendiu our wealth all in l3rad'ield'si2gulatorhasm3de : The
one p'.accLet's j to cure a diseaseis
"Didst hear way,
long. It cures dandruff me? demanded Mrs.
give Omaha I.
I a touch of the MH:nv' Meredith.

I also.It side of pro l'er' lJ.' So we bunt ,,1: :.I. hapoythotsandsof Janice turned and to stop its cause, and help
Omaha and in women. What it faced the three
hoe. .l\-
I : r.l.t'e u."
always restores has done for others bravely, though her voice trembled a
busted. Not
plum LII.tc!. \ :,11 unj.t the
body back to its habit
hair it can do for Mule as she replied I get
color to you. :
gray stand. We had ..
I Loin $: .t t u ,, : Utvvecn -
Sold in drug stores "I will not shake his hand."
all the dark, rich colorof I ,- u.that It v.asa !itli-t\-r t: ..L Uaue ', for $1 a bottle. "Yoicks! litre's a kettle of fish!" J of health.

early life. There is rcprfMiit.d lhi'C' A Ire illustrated ejaculated the commissary. "What'swrongV"
amount of our invtstn.ent. It book ,il \Vhen
1 < .uit.about "sent I Scott's Emulsion of
need of ..
no longer I. this WI:1.' a sti'u bait in*wr.Ido y ft
old before : the bridal charr.'ier of the Lest ho'I Ij t r "Janice, do as thou art told, or go '.
t Cod Liver Oil
your looking mE snDnUD: to thy room," ordered her mother. does that it
i in the I
j place eatiu our a:ii: :,-r. \\ hidlwas ,
your time. RCdUTORCO.Atlanta. The girl opened her lips as if about
l- roast turkey. I it! .. n.tiiiotr the
I Ga. to protest, but courage failed her, and |I cures; when it don't; it don'tcure.
of the
$1.00.tattle. All druggist. | name hotel, :lli' I cc n't ate tl-at ;,
it r : she hurriedly left the parlor and, fljI I
cuts with I
any :
.It a remedy for restoring color I aid gra vc.i: men anywaj. ing to her chamber, she threw herot'lf |I It never does harm
a believe Hair \\t':1'> eatiti IOL-I : t'r-
to It* lair 1 Ayer'o on her bed and
; Vicar bu HO eqiuL It Las iOlwa,1II key an' there ain' ial?,iy can Itn:,,: not a straggler in llu bunch: her wept out her setiae of The genuine hast
area ma uerfect satinfjiuuu lu i to i.d\. wrong on pillow. >
I me eat roast li rl..v 1 i :.M K' .
tfllQ n,.to.A.)f.STEEL, < tell jou. II..i\lcci! 1lIiIilb u tie .-}- "1'rdd'ell, what do you thinkI'asut ? "Doggone it," she sobbed, "I'm no this picture on it, take t

Aq.18WII.- Iismnwad3ixrtT.T.Welt joke in Iii:!rre Ian v tar fi,r ji:>t c.PVr i \ there bugs on the road? I[ going to be the first, American girl to T1 no other.

i I in me some. Rut thtn it \\3t u o!; reckon there was. It was a gratshoper mart} an English lord. I don't care : If you have not

a lb. Doctor. ; lot different an' that lurk tasTuI
Its will md TOO a book on The i I'e didu't have uothin; of it way hoar turkey fatted up was a r so does dadda, and now' it's up to his its
Out tint sample, agreeable
Btf Md bralp tree. upon requr.tIl
I fM do But obum all the btutftujot bones, an' when we had got to tai it 'sin to snakes. Fourteen pounds! lordship to get me, but, odsbodikins, I ,! taste will
tiptoed Iran the ut e of the 1 Why, there wasn't one of them turks vow I'll not set the pegs for posterity surpriseyou.
| Vigor nit UK VutUir about It.DS.J.C.ATFR. p'int Joe stretched back ski. Ktliu'i I .
.uu- i lout all the IIc'ldhrl'as in his hit! that wouldn't babe tipped the heal in this un-Americanizing business, si> !
Lowtll.!case.How which wasn't te o uiiuh. lie ray'->: '\\ hvi at 25:! in a wiek, an' the bell turk athe n' there," and Janice chuckling softly to I SCOTT & BOWN: '
i can't one that I strapped the blanketsan herself, stifled her sobs once more in r Chemists I
we get turkey like that on tl.r I Ii ,
i i Pacific coast?' the cookiu outfit onto-I wou'dn't i the pillow 'I 409 Pearl St., N.. Y:

-- -- i| "That gi me the id >e. When a man ,' want to tell you what they did weigh. ',i i Moore's Pilules So:? md $too ; all druggists.
has idecs "No trouble about night herdin. are a guaranteed _
it don't take a stick of giant i
to blast them out in chunks that kin As soon as it .wns sundown! they would cure for all forms of Malaria, Ague, I NATIONS UAvr WA1CIU.. 1J.

.r be handled. I run my fork ketrlrssU. commrnst loukin' around for a placeto i i Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever, Map -

the Old Man's through my ha'r, which wuz longer roost, an' then they would fly u larial Fever Bilious Fever, Jaundice Vail 1.- lIl E.ro... TftMul.

than what it is now, au' I saysYt:,\' into the trees, an' we could rest easy ; Biliousness, fetid breath and a ;i! l:> for n... .<

.. Rosy Prospect Faded. not buy turkeys here drive them out until the next e\ornin. We took theI :tired, listless feeling. They cure I} Strife.

to the coast an* reeoopt-rate our that- I, old oterjand trail along the Platte out : Rheumatism and the lassitude fol- :
i ,.\ of
source amazement to continental
tered finances?' to Fort Laramie, au not a hitch in t
I arrangements. We could how Le : lowing blood poison produced from I I| politicians u the facility with whici
"Joe fell in with my scheme :u' that folks in California see t malarial poisoning. No Quinine. !>; lireat Britain obtains the money ta
'! evenin we went out to the market an* was join' to flock Xo Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not' I I on the South African
"fl PECULATION I. aU right for ,i invratigated.1e was in luck for tl'e round us with their dust when we got ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely] I| carry Even campaign.
J them aa can we their way out.a' market there. We could are ourselves: in carriages tasteless.. Price, 50c per box. D r' i' our critics acknowledge
: was glutted with n"
turkevs >
that in
finer the stage right along," with plug hats an' spiketailcoats C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main: i|j no ether country could the
rethey was goin' bfggin at 75 cents
j marked the old bull whacker. "I've |. a an' blooded stock. Hah Dojou Street, St. Louis. Mo. Geo.V. ; many millions all1'athtoted have been

Vnown men hu got rich by cpeckilalion. head. 1 Jiggered that they \\outllwll know what that would ha\e : Price, druggist. [mar-'Ul-ly rj] i!i l' obtained so readily.
oa the coast for a dollar a pound easj' This is all the wonderful
I I more to
I seen liill here put a niout h'" brought us? It's easy. 1'uttin it at
an' that
''agc* on the double 0 cncet an' bit' they would l average 14 pounds the moderate estimate of a dollar a As Li Hunjj f'hang has been known i I them when they remember that in the

three numbers runnin' in immrdiatt-ly in weight takiu them all through. So pound, au' alloy in' the average of 25:: for years as a tool of lu"ia it is not i| sense they understand it England has
we jest put that whole $!UCuJ iu the no
warehesttvfallbackupon. Theex-
latutkent inve&tmenti, an' he was birds an' started pounds to the bird. thl're1' were surprising that Russia is being fa- I'
i out. is
r''her than this here Kockj'feller for 1 with a clean! profit of $1-4 75 on t'veryOOt' : cored by him as much as possible. ''|I planation simple enough. England
, I "They was drive i being the richest in the
enough It'l' world
easy : country
,three days after. You never seen.*stfflootnt of them or allowin' for jossblelosses is for the other {towers to head I
there ain't a more tractable car .!u.-i ie her credit stands high, and she U able
a man aa Bill was. But '* I by death or misadventure, sayiiui.t Russia, but nothing short of a threat I i
j' bird on two legs than the turV.is.. .' to use for.-e is to raise vast turns at, a moment'. no-
lar'iI'mctinwrned I want a sure thing : o on the outfit. It was a golihtri.i'.I likely to do it. |
,.iik If it had been h> u uo-.v i WlI;.'tit -- -- lice says the London Daily News.
.a rope hitched to it in case of au bhanie that we had to slip up
nit breakia, I used to be bx >rtiveUe i never have under,<.t.k it, Inn turkevs im tl.tM.-al." J. \V. nrpn, of Lowder, [ll., writes 'i! Thecsseisdilterrntinh'rancewherethey

the is all right. I jest put a hell on the .ly little boy wa low with 7 | have something like 70,000,000
rest of you, but I hit the The oil nnn legate to smoke his I' very
in the | worth of gold and J;50,000,000 worth of
one out tit started ;
ground aa hard it jarred all my baik an pipe in stolid silence, and the stock- i pnemonia. Unknown to the doe tor[ .
him right an* the rest :..1.lil'I siher ready for war time. The Austro-
vu-ut j
teeth We, on the rosiest prospect that go tt'nderinl..ed at the strife agent. The we gave him Foley's Honey and Tar, ,I I
Hungarian bank
tier delooded a hard workin' son oftuilan' ,I along after him. It wuz as pretty a silence continued for half an hour, The result was magical and puzzled ['OiietiHa clout JC30.-
) sight to see them turkeys on the road the doctor It 000,100 for a like puri'Ofc. while Cer-
as ;
him immediately
think that life was"taiaf and was then broken by the stock- stopped -
as ever seen in life. Twelve the many clings to the old-fi..hiont-d system
te. U- one grand hunl.gurdynUtl you jour tender remarking that it byes about racking cough and he quickly
t4 thousand five hundred of them an'CASTORIA recovered." I of maintaining actual wet cite et.
tan an' tobacker hence for- time for him to feed them horses. 1
'- wed I containing COUOOUO. at the ft>rltt">
-. IB for e\ermore. "Yes," nsiimed the old man, plat id- The color line is not a Southern i of Spaudau. It is also estimated that

What war that?" inquired the stockUhdcr I "We slipped up on it, an' it was monopoly. Some Pennsylvania troops ||I Uu".st has reac'v_ at least flCO.COJ.a'.

i "I never knowed you to have this way: You s.'t't' had had lots tried KinanciaKv.. J:urope i ia prepared fi.r
*&* I to lynch a "nigger" policeman ]
*l eWes*] enough to buy you a noo" soot of cottonwood tre-s all along the Washington wh clubbed one of |>I the day that 1>rs. initic pru>hits ray

"iti1 Wt lone speckilate. I For Infants and Children. I'latte. but when we started to cross their comrades. I I is drawing nigh- -Ihe nay uCrn wild:

I'TC V'noncd him for clobt on to ;' the plains to Green river we noticed __ war shall inn riot thronphoiii tlieciM-

him U Sean, off an' on, but I never L.nowul.J The Kind You Have Always{ Bought that the turkeys; got bothered at --* ;i i ernhlDi ph're. 'herein :>t :n.. t J' 133-

., uj more Of a sport than jie iarglil roosting time. They kep' twUtin'their TTHE BEST sl.wuU be your aim : oao.owalillt for the tine wbiu Hear

lath now fie wouldn't' play solitaire Bears the ku necks around lot'kin' fer someplace I, when buying uutlicine. Get \\ clout's: shut!: gather, aUld in a ::iea.t

teat! ,himstlf m stake navy beans on Signature ofae to roost all night long, au' the Iood' SarsapurilU and hate the| :, war it is toU
retail of the game." said the stacnt next tIaiODlt', of them had necks like best medicine MONEY CAN BU Y.be stem.A .
.ko I
according to his monthly

tostom, mu paying off the company's -- ----- ,-- -- .

., tlLpI )'ea i with a pack of cards.

Ill this a-way," said the old man.
"1 1 don't'..
a gineral thing take any ,
r -!oat into my confidence respect in1

,' M Snanrial operation I
nor jit the

lfortions of my bank roll. 1 don't | TMIONI
\P'ad u slick u 1 might, mebbe, becuz

tmbarrasa me when I fried my
UvfeUj\ to
keep the grease spots off'n
*J panties, an' it wouldn't go well
-*:' the
negligee language'I've
II- got
,I" lie to make my team git down into

1*Jokes, but don't you forget that I

..., I+'e rot enough to buy this outfit put
i / i1*! I ia brine
for winter uge It ain
I }* 6iJ stock! Mt, <"Wn' fancy-j"

I all, little old gov er'meat bonds.
f tk
I \ ; y 1ft a wad that get too heavy
t t I -1a tit Jje! wound I buy a bond or two an' I PARgthA.

I -' .to, lit i aJard lip with to the slouch.rest When of the annum bundle.s

1 toBd flsMeial: basis appearances

St S"1 for Mtkin' with lie
yu ducks that'li steered

krbodr will tumble to tbeir state

n' atUtootion all the time an' hu to
.U road
l elo'ea tQ make a bluiT. Xo.M ,
"; rt
-i tap
takin' no Dances is ,

... TId,wby. l told you right' at the

.- ;:' ,.R:maalti'-t,.flee war Wyk you k that Sam goin'"I?"*'a to n't do takin'with, your any. A PERFECT BLOOD PURIPIER.58h s'

*' grinned
r W > uneasily
.. looked
at the stage agent who re- ........

.. -


:, AIj.
.. )Establish !

t- ...-.

V.II4lfIt.iiiiiiiiiii. i1 A ., -
i OUR GREATEST NEED. I 1.1u..nI..u .>.
its f
i in appropriations
t been generous ... .
The l .QitizenReporter. to this institution as it should -of moment
is matter great
.. ==-- have been. We hope that the legis- that will be decided on the first day i !

E. I DODD, -r TOITOB HO PiOPilETOS.i. :j i lature which meets in April will be of April-a matter that affects every Ladres e S
t A:H. DODD,Assistant Editor.' moved by a different spirit than that person in this county and in which' up-to-date '

Official Newspaper of Columbia County and which has controlled former assem- common interest should be mani- $ Consisting of Ficures in Wash
the Town of Lake City Florida. !: blies. No false ideas of economy fested; fur on that day the county t
and in the matter of their de <' Blonde and Liberty Silk.
should prevail render
Published every Friday at Lake City. Fll.: commissioners must WN
Office-South ot Courthouse.Square. making appropriations: for the fur- new court ..1 -
whether a
= cision as to .4 daintie"I..n'ah.n, to he imagine I. The n.H1RT WAI3TCOU c
AbenlJiug Rates Furnished upon Application therance of our educational interests house should he constructed.At > 1'.. The the latest thihK out tor ladies atlin- and U-autilU UBKKTY SILK] g
the legislature should realize last meeting of the hoard iN all of which will be shown with pleasure tn an lads .illing. :
Entered In Lake City postofflce a<. second JB
class matter. that stint will have the effect of retarding was made to controvertthe It:1
=- both an 4 New Spring Millinery Arriving
our progress as a state, statement of the CITIZEN i,

Subscription $1.00 Per Year.FRIDAY I mentally and materially, but that REPORTER that the largest tax pay "US. L. T. FUNK_- C(,

-- the for the of the
will way
liberality open men
moat prominent
MATtCH 22, 1901 ers SininOHIimaHIiniHIHiHHIIiniiTHE :!'.
of Florida to
\ I\young men and women [ county are in favor of bonding to :wa
\ ... .- -- .- -'- -. !: attain that skill.knowledgeand ability ,, erect a large and adequate court

AGRICULTURAL COL-I their natural endowments: have- house. Now we had sufficient reason .rk gK; gp.ge;..._...;fSf..g.I2.Rr
\ THE STATE Education is the 'S.cJ' .. .. .._. =. -= _. _"' -. "
I made possible. statement. : -
- broad ,9i
LEQE AND ITS NEEDS. for making that
I :'
I \ i I bed-rock of civilization and when our Three successive grand juries, composed : m'by '
I It care of this interest becomes lax we of representative men, have ,. .

4 t 4\\ has Nearly its institution every state of learning in the Union which I Ila I I.j but gression.invite mental Education and then moral, of all retro-our recommended modious court the house erection and all of a of com-our FLIGHT OF TIM r

which 'I
and expense
Us on
pride i I II
far the most
interests, by
public talked on
for Its On it : citizens to whom we haye I :
1 is spared Improvement .rWI M'
for our meu-
I as provides
important the movement- :
money is freely spent and energy and : the subject favor
careful thought Is bestowed. These I I tal and moral development-and and prosperity. The j: and we have talked with many. We ;' Leaves a PTOc.s"i in of struggling humanity 1l
I institutions are known as colleges I progress I do not believe there is an Intelligent iJiJ behind But it doesn't leave r
: legislature, therefore, cannot, without who honestly \ ",,;
: and universities. The Pyerian I j refuse j citizen in the county ? us hehind. We have too much at stake a
springs to which the rising geaera- i committing a grievous for need :, believes that a better court house Is WI to allow that. We're right up with
make provision every I
I| to
tions of the state-the future men so ;: not a public necessity. *n' the time in every respect. That's
drink of those purl- | of the State Agricultural College, i The reasons are patent but we will b
and women-go to 1 I be strengthened I iliJ why we're pretty nearly the whole x
refreshment to : that its work may 1! state them for the benefit of those i ,
log waters give I broadened and that it can reach show in o.ir line of h iiness.k '
and tliJ
mind, vigor to thought and strength of excellence it ,, who have not given the matter care.
to intellect. j that high standard ful thought. The court house H ani W1

The institution of learning is one !I should attain. I old frame building, small, unsightlywith "
i thousand dollars will not
of the mighty factors of state. I A FEW accommodations crude,

Leipsic and Halle of Germany, Antwerp I' suffice.the satisfaction We believe of we every have intelligent shownto 1; cramped and insufficient. It con- i m? Dry Goods and Clothing. .,'

of Austria, St. Petersburg University i tains seven small rooms-two of them

of Russia. Paris Universityof I citizen that MANY thousandswill : | very small The assessor, collectorand ; iiJi

France, Oxford and Cambridge of !I be required. By following up treasurer have their offices hud i Ii .

England, are great factors in shat-'I 1 the custom that ha obtained in the.past .' I died in one, the county judge, sheriff iWJtiJ
little, insignificant .ID.
of appropriating
ing and controling the I ;and school superintendent each have

these countries. In our own countrythe Ii in sum to meet the college the demands, which, ;!i one, then there is the little court M. L. Piympton & Co? -. .
can way for I
universities of all the states are I' I room with no accommodations .
the mighty lifting and conserving | the legislature will be guilty of the ," the jury, and the most important of- @ Opposite Court House ;

1 powers. 1 utmost folly.To fice, that of the clerk, has inadequate : iJi; 1 II

The agricultural colleges of the !] show what folly such a proceed- 'quarters-valuable records being ex- n. jI

\ states are the agencies at work that I ing would he it would not be amiss to j I'posed to imminent danger of destruction :. :..3 ..;.: : 8 '-. ."'"t:. ; ;
I of the needs of the t I 'J.S'p'pOP'3'P'_ Ip .p.p.p.>-' p
enumerate some
are conserving our material energies by lire. Citizens of Columbia I
the foundation for I college that we have not yet touched !
and laying I behold your temple of justice
barracks in which the I
a more vigorous statehood and a upon. Arejou bati'aiied with it, are you .,.d'"oo'''Aat.OOO o'''00'-..1oo0O/
greater development of state re- i boys dwell should be enlarged to pro proud of such a possession? I I 'fI i iI

sources.It vide for an increased attendance and When we say the records are in J iI
is with pride that we point to I I their environment should be improved -' danger of destruction it is no idle ( MEN ARE DOUBTLESS IN A Ji i iI

the State Agricultural College of : and beautified. It matters' talk. Three times have they been I I I i

Florida-an excellent institution, but I much what the surroundings of the ;I destroyed titles are in constantly the past and in as litigation a result (: OVER THE WEATHER I

at present very much ia need of state student are in his college life. If : which has cost those involved them- 'I I QUANDARY #

aid. It is injier behalf that we shall i they are pleasant and comfortable andsof dollars. > J' I
of this influence on : Some wiseacre recently. made the ( .u'J
the reflex ,
now attempt to interest the peopleof i I power the ideals of remark that the new building wa i. '.1000 0 o.d"4'''6tso 01401.1000.,' t #
the mind will enlarge
fair Florida. wanted for the beautification of Lake ,
We will endeavor to fully ac- I the btudent and incite him to greater City Of course such an idea is ri- We don make it: it wr did .we would.. prob:3"; i&
effort. As a rule parents prefer diculous, but we do not deny that the f ably be sorely tempted to give you naturf. .
quaint the public with the immediate j al" ice. about seven necessities of the Florida Agri- :: to send their boys and girls to the I II I question has an esthetic side. Ira- f quite a spell. While anticipating a cool f if:
the God-given principle wa\'e. it won't hurt. however to give you a i :.
by A
cultural College and we shall agitate i I schools where art and nature have that pelled teaches us to admire the beautiful f handy list tor quick reltrmce. f < : lfa

the question until the people of the : been combined to make the surroundings it is proper that we strive for I ALL IN { 1f )

state realize the importance of more I beautiful and inviting. 'those things that afford pleasure to .
We believe that if our legislatorscould the eye as well as administer to Need of new Sh liberally endowing this institution. comfort. A any kind an A w bo are not in 1
\ our physical
From to the institutionhas see the great disadvantagesunder
year year Now we are able to erect that -
grown'until now the equipment which the institution has been building. The county is practically # FAVOR OF fm

t in buildings and apparati are insuf :| laboring because of inadequate out of debt and the cost would in no I' Paying\ high prices for goods of inferior J Y
ficient. !| buildings that they would say with j way be a burden. \ quality. style or lit. should get I'\
We that the inane and maudlin -
The earnest and progressive boardof j one accord that a large and commodious dissent of a few chronic grumb-i 5 THAT NOTION I r

trustees is determined, as: far as 'I new building must be erected, i! hers will not dissuade our commission-! 1 On themselves which will bring them here: j

_ possible, to have the demands of the j I that the old ones must be enlargedand ers from submitting the question to j f i tor saved.a purchase Let everybodySAY at our store is always money f it a
the surroundings improved and the people for their decision. .
institution met; but beyond pie- \ \
't scribed limits they cannot-go unlessthe 1: beautified.In "AYE" tA '.

state rallies to their aid. \' making the needs of the college: Bible Meetings at Baptist Church. \ When asked to come here. as weguarantee "A

Soon the state legislature will con- ,: plain to our readers we do not intend Eld. E. II.Carswell,of Augusta,Ga., i \A the market the for best the Shoe least values money on Aj

vene and will be called upon to make''': that they should conceive the idea ,; began a series of bible meetings at .. 1

appropriations to meet the demands i' that we have placed the Agricultural the Baptist church Wednesday night I DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, j

of our several institutions of learning -j College second in comparison with !! which will continue indefinitely. \ J UNDERWEAR, /. NECKWEAR, {

I and it will be well for that body the other institutions of learning of j These meetings should interest the NOTIONS r
to have a clear understanding of the : the state. No, that institution ;; whole public. There will be old !'I

needs of the State Agricultural ColJ J\ stands at the head and more is the 'I fashioned Bible preaching of God { DRESS GOODS, CAPES {

lejre. 1 I II I reproach to this great, populous and I, and soul-stirring music. By the use I j J CLOAKS AND JACKETS j

What may be the needs of the 1 1 prosperous: commonwealth that she I of a piano and new song books it is j! ...
."1"oOa .,,,,,,"',,,"',,,,,,, ,,.,,,.
others we cannot say but we can has permitted the parsimony of her i: hoped that the entire congregation j i f 1S 1I

I speak of those of the Agricultural I It representatives to hold back the mav be induced to take part in the :I 'WE CAN SUIT YOU I

t College. i means of fostering those interests :. worship.The i
t : At present the greatest need of the which should be the objects of her first sermons will draw the : ,

i s_ college is: adequate buildings. The special care. This policy of-economy :, line between the saved and the lost, :: i J. E INMAN & COMPANY ,

1 }11 old main building does not meet the : some not too wise legislator may showing who are Christians and how ,

f. flit demands because the institution has have termed it-has had the effectof they know themselves to be such. !

I outgrown its capacity. The class : forcing parents, who desired bet I'! A wide range of scriptural and prac- : : PHONE NO. 4.EAIt DEPOT. g

\ \ rooms are inadequate. The library ter accommodations for their sons'; tical subjects will be taken and the ...'..
i I does not begin to meet the demands i it and daughters, to patronize colleges whole series must be heard for right !

of thgastitutlon- biological in other states. Untold thousands: appreciation and highest profit. !1! s

i department has far outgrown its I II have thus been expended by the citizens : Day services from 10 to 11 a. m.; : .r:!

I present quarters. All of these deIII I of the state that a wise and I Ii [ night services, 7:3& ; I

partments are within the present i i economical administration of affairs I j Mr. Carswell had a glorious and :

main building. would have saved to them. j I j h fruitful meeting here years ago and I Carriage Maker and Undertaker

II Now the imoeiative demand is: for But we believe that things have can have a better one this time by : g

a new building, one at least as large ;! changed and we are confidently lookIng !I God's blessing and the help of the rpmns and Caskets always on hand at reasonable prices+. Prompt I

as the present old structure, in which :; forward to a brighter day. We I. good people of Lake City, who kno.v : O tented attention to CALLS Day or N'ght Telegraphic orders promptly at-
I how to do the handsome thing. toFINEST It
'" t. there can be class room, accommodations do not believe, the legislature will I IIKARSE IX THE CITY.

accommodations for an adequate '' refuse the appropriation that will be II e
I Our Patrons and the Public.
I library and for the rapidly developing asked, in fact we do not see how thatit
; We have this closed !
'department of hiolo y. can.Alabama's. day out our t
Slowly, yet surely,the collection of ,. plumbing, electric wiring and supply :
i' and department to I. W. Johnson & Co .
of flora
rare costly specimens I Ii
and fauna has grown until it is now new governor seem to !i phoneS, who will in the future con- :
I think: the veto was made to use.
'duct a general business in these
ti of great worth and a suitable nlace i !
j1 should be provided where It can be I line", carrying a full stock of supplies ,

housed with safety and be available I.STATE or OBIO.CITY TOLEDO, t*. |i of all kinds. In making thU
; LC('As CuBst ( change we are merely following ;

't: ; for class demonstrations. Frank Cheney makes oath that he is the precedents
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney j set by other companies i1'"onr
l i' Then, too, the chemical and physi Co., doing business in the city of IVilcdo line believing that it will he of ; :
t ti (laboratory. should be enlarged.. county and mate aforesaid and that !said: advantage to our customers, both in O J
firm will the sum of ONI HI-.NUKU
pay i'
The rooms now used are inadequate DoLLARS tor each and every case ot catarrh tilling their wants in jobbing work a
: that cannot be cured bY the use ot Hail; more speedily and in better service -
to meet the demands of these two, i
Catarrh Cure 'K.\ K j. CuENkv from
; our Company, in in .
being i'
\ departments.If i I Sworn to before me aud subscribed in nn -- 7
presence this 6th day ot December. A. H a better position now to devote our 'i .
l t the legislature would, as it ; 18 jd.i t entire time to the efficiency and improvement Busies! : and Wagons for sale and Built to Order. General Repair-
:, L r- should, even appropriate sufficient -*- A.W.CLEASON.xEA6 of a sl cialty. All work guaranteed. Carriage material for sale also 1
our plant. Thanking agent for Marble Monuments and Grave Stones.
funds to erect l'u blic.
a building Notary
equally as i i \ f for f4 :
you past patronage, soliciting -
large as the, present main .building, j I :
t Hall's Catarrh'Cn re is taken Internally r your favors for our successors in J. A- FISHER
the institution would be more nearly i ana acts directly 011 the blond aad mucous. these ,
departments who feel
equipped for doing better and more. !surfaces of the lIy tt"1D. Send tor U summitaKtree. we sure 113-117 HAMILTON: SIR. LAKE CITY, Fu.
buccesafutwork. [ F:...CHISEt a(\...Toledo, will satisfactorily fill your wants in :
sold by drug gist4c.. any work entrusted to them. '
In the past the le'gitlature' has not; f HlTs Famil) l'tIi :&ret1l.best LAKK CITY ELECTRIC 'SiV.. Co.MM.
-::; I "

t. Y


", :.' '-4I! .-<,- -.. ...4,..... : F'n ii;"" --,.-,-- ,-,--- -" .,--. ,' ""iI,9'<'- '- -"" ., < ." '!: -- b;",,.!;
'T.' '. ,, .- : :'r. ....... ;! :J ._ ". \ .
fi' '.

Z Established 1874.. THE

::'. ', r e eSpring I Ii i,

Opening II I KEEP IN GOOD HEALTH by using

Wednesday and Thursday, Mar. 2fth & 28th !, DR. THACHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP .

Your Druggist sells it. 25 and 50
Special display of Pattern Hats, Novelties vJ I cents.
children's lh ad- II
near inited.and Fancy Goods. You and your triends are cordially I

I -
nlss H. RILEY j>. i I We regret to learn that MrR.. i, .
Like bad dollars all counterfeits f Rev. Daugberty who
> ; Jordon is on the sick list. oDe'itt's conducted a

Leading Milliner. : Mr. J G. Lewis is spending the worthless. Witch Hazel Salve are I series of meetings here, was in the
The original city this week
quickly enroute
1 Hampton
: week in
city with
: I family. cures piles, sores and all skin dis where he will conduct a meeting.Fine .
| Mrs. W. J. Edwards was among the eases. A. R. Wise. ., -----

: visitors to Jacksonville :Monday. l Clerk of Court M. M. Scarborough display of new duck hats, both
in sailor and walking shapes for ladies
Mr. Q. 15. Staten made a short business I has this week recorded fourteenU. and children at Mrs. L. T. Funk's

lisitto Valdosta Monday even- S. land patents issued during the --- ---

!Jin* I administrations of presidents ranging Don't wait until your property i ill

| "7" Mixture-the from Pierce to McKinley. The burned but take out tire proteclio i
greatest blood
New Stock W. B. Corsets j 1 purifier of the 20th century. Young's three, oldest were issued in 18ol-4-5. in advance. Call on T. R. Hodges.

|! Drugstore. I Mr. Jas. Cobia and Miss Estelle who represents nine of the belt com

I Strange were united in panics. Office opposite Baptist
Mr. U. L. Biggs returned home marriage at
I church.
the residence of the bride's 'Phone 31.
Saturday from a few days visit with parents,
I friends in Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Strange of Stops the Cough end Works off the

Payne, Wednesday J.I .,
evening, Rev. Cold.
Pigfeet Mackeral
Style I 115 New Summer* Medium model Style I "701 IS Form"an Erect model | in bulk, Butter and ,Cheese Codfish at, Pickle Kear-I C. Tims, officiating.. We extendcongratulations. Laxative: Bromo-Quinlne Tabletscure

made ot ImBaUstehandsomely & Hutson's a cold in one day No cure, no
trimmed top ported Jean say -phone 20.
and bottom with dainty lace and.baby. blue. JbJl.OO} | e.h.S book clasp. $I Mayor Cone has a force workmen i'' Mrs. G. H.
boa . . Price .O,o on the street, filling in the holes and Borger received the sad Result of Primary.
announcement of the sudden deathof ,
i otherwise repairing the street and their The municipal primary was held*
aged mother at her home in '
| sidewalks.We last
Friday and the election
Alexandria, Va., Wednesday. We was
handle only leading brands quiet throughout. As there was
r>- inFancy extend our sympathies to them in very
Groceries. Prompt attentionto their sad bereavement. little opposition no unwonted excite-
all orders. ment was engendered and the
Kearsey & Hutson. contest
It is
; Phone 20. with sadness that we chronicle was a friendly one.
JflS. L YOUNG the death of Nina, the little
bhy ... Nor is the time to cleanse two F. P. Cone, for mayor; W. M. Ives,
: and five
your year months old
u I girl of Mr. for clerk and
I treasurer A. E.
COOdS flO\\: system of impurities "f* Mix. and Mrs. II. A. Duncan ; Futch
Harrdwatfe, fU :1 tore does it Monday for marshal, and the four candidatesfor
thoroughly. Young'sDrugstore. night at 9 o'clock, of croup. The interment alderman had
no opposition.
was on Tuesday at the fam- There was no opposition for

atlltttttil.r.eOUR i Mrs. J. S. Haines, of Savannah, ily burying ground in Hamilton coun offices except those of tax collector any

I who has been visiting her sister, ty. The bereaved family has our and assessor. All the nominees

......... .. ......... .... ...... ... ......"" "'''''''.... '''''... Mrs. \V. E. Cone, returned home heartfelt sympathies. men of signal capacity and the city are
; I
J Thursday njornrn -' --
I : I will prosper under their managementand
4 1- Real Estate Transfers. control, for of course they will
SPRING GOODS Mr. C. \ Hildreth and sister Mrs.
I be elected on the 9th of next month.
Council, of Live Oak, spent several Mesdames Julia T. Perry and Hen ,
Are coming In and are a charming % I THE VOTE.
lob- a v days in town this week, guests of Dr.r' Canova have purchased theold Following is the vote

t v f I*. I,'. Fink and family. ( Niblack place, 17 acres, consideration :
First Spring Opening, tQAftriiwrr 'j: 1,500. For Mayor. :
i 1 a Order your Hams Diamond "C"
Mr. H. It. Dirty has purchased F. P. CONE. 130

i Friday and Saturday -' = f brand Sunlight, fresh Sausage breakfast tn bacon presercelinand from ': ]Henrietta:from Mesdames Julia T. Perry and For Clerk and Treasurer.W. .

J v. ; Canova a lot on Camp
i Kearsey it Hutson, phone 30.Mrs. M. IVES. 128
# MARCH | street, 113 by 240 feet, in the southern

29th and 30th i .1'. X. Milton's is the most 'I division of the town, consideration For larshal.A. .

4 uopular place to buy your Raster 1 i,1 $i5.00. E. FUTCH. 145
\ hat.. First Spring Opening Friday i! Mr. O. P. Dowling has bought of .
f ,I and Saturday, March 29th and 30th. II For Tax Assessor.W. .
MRS. T. N. MILTONMonroe j'I j J :Mr. W. F. Dowling a half acre in lot

# Block. Marion St. i i We carry a large and well-selected j j 12, N.-W. div. of town, consideration. H. WILSON. W

# stock of drugs and chemicals, of allj', .1.00. W. W. PHILLIPS. 80

; ll""""r 1 .. x.11...."I 4....'v1 w kinds-anything you want and see !!; Mr. W. S. Futch has sold his house For Tax Collector.W. .
110111'1'3 ,: advertised call at Younff's Drue1 and: lot on South Marion street to

-- ----- i store. i" Mr. C. Gilbert of Branford, who, J. EDWARDS. 124

Local News Notes. Beautiful display newest designs of'j'| To produce a thorough alterative :'; \with- his family, will move to this city W. A. JULIAN. 41
I in the]
flowers at the reliable millinery store i'effect' the blood, kidney and liver ;; near future For Aldermen.
of Mrs. Sirs. Funk's. I
Go to Kearsev & Hutson for your ';i ,must be thoroughly treated. "7" I Best Grade PIANOS J. E. 1NMAN. 141
Mr. Gillingham, who is here advertising I Mixture acts on all. Young's Drug. and ORGANS
, .. fUCIandl., the Quaker Remedies, is store. I at our store on Ration R. J. HINSON. 136
Garden teed of all kinds cheap at in street. Lowest Prices.
succeeding drawing pretty large GUY GILLEN. 128
Young's drug store. crowds. I Following are officers selected forj i CARTER ft DOROUGH.

. Just received F. A. (/'. commencement ball: U. O. i -- _. W. F. WATTS. 118
,' a new line of baby Mr:. Jacob Ellis
accompanied by Palmer, president R. W. LeBaron Paints, oils, glass
caps at Mrs., 1. T., Funk's. her ; putty and varnishes
left Tnes-
Seed vice-president; Edgar Mobley, secre- in any quantity at Young'sIrug
peas, beans and corn almost day for Tampa to visit her daughter, i tary; B. If. Waugh, treasurer. i d store.
at cost at Young's drug store. Mrs. Milton. j
Mr.- T. J. Ferguson and her sister BRICK
,Col B. H. Palmer went to Gaines- Miss Solomon, of Helena, Ark., who j i' Millions of people are familiar
tflle Tuesday on legal business. Iras been visiting relatives in this Miss Minnie Odom, left Monday with DeWitt's Little Early Risers FOR SALE BV
for their
nighl home in
Dr. D. Y. Cone and Jack Cone, of city-left Monday to make a tour of Miss Alabama. and those who use them .find them S. B.
: Odom has had charge of the THOMPSON.
,Benton, were in the city Thursday. the East Coast. to be famous little liver pills. Never
( musical department at the high Gripe. A. R. Wise.
k.Atty.. Rhelnaart, of Jacksonville, Mr. V. L. Hopnou) of Monticell, j school since the opening of the term _

t *u in town Saturday on legal busi- has been in the city for the past: >: in October and has made many i I -

-Leas Frttti,, I II I I the week near and future.expects to locate here in .i friends during her sojourn among us. [j\ V Od'10101'l0(} Od00 rI0 '10dO1 100(1110( b0 10 'I b bO '1l1IOO( 19 171 Yi1 1011 b10t100 .

. fancy and stick Y
. candy can Cadet L. W. &
Morgan received ;
'rays J be'found at Carter's Home Attorneys F. P. Cone, A. C. Small Watchmaker
t Bakery.Bon. I the sad intelligence of the death of 1 ffi
B. H. Palmer, A. J. Henry and M. his father and ,
Monday left that day I Wt
, .John D. Callaway spent sec M. Scarborough attended court Graduate Optician-Scientific m
aLive j fyr his home near Vala. The death Jeweler I

ttalday business.The in. Jacksonville this weekon Oak this week. ,i t was the result of a saw mill accident. 'I II i Stungotpectactes.Goods. l>uguvinuS\Il"clalty Musical

Mrs. Funk has recently remodeledand j j We are sorry for the young man and !II JTO l and Optician.
, fad of the season, the '-18ti3: painted the interior of her millinery I hope that he may see his way clear I II j '

bV"all style, at Mrs. Funk's store and is daily receiving j'I to return to the college to finish his YJ

: LUUnerystore.Dir!. her new stock of goods. I J! course and win his diploma as he had I j W0 That you Is and our give business-and you the best we senice.Everything are doing. our best to please ,,:.

I.:M. Scarborough, of Talla- The ladies are cordially invited t o ,' hoped to do this session :' IJI h70 we do we warrant cannot' be done better .\UJ.h
,* .
atei' is visiting In the city, guest attend our Spring Opening of fin<' an"'b.re. \UI
; 'ef his parents millinery Friday and Saturday : Most any man can start a business W0j Everything we sell "e guarantee and protect you in your 'flJ;
' March but it isn't everyone who make $ __ purchase in every ay-in Prices and In Quality.
f. Carter's Home 29th and 30th. Mrs. T. 1'.1 j|! can 1
Bakery is the'place Milton, Monroe Block, Lake City. it a success. The CITIZEN-REPORT-
t o buy
'toss_Baked, fresh daily.bread, cakes, pies, O. H. Rogers, the hustling messenger EK is one of the most substantial X. -ROBT. T. RADFORD. W

for the Southern (!' local newspapers in the State. It is i I..: "fIiJ
1. z., Judge W. Express '
.. .III\ralft. 1__' M.". .Ives .left.. Thursday between .Lirl .inville and Atlanta. the ONLY paper established in this *
-- .
. ---F" vatKsonvuie attend city within the twelve S!
to past
: years -
: in the
Tailed was city a few days this
States court. that has been able to continue business _

;'': Mi iJoale.Turner, who has been week. under the same management ? .

,I I!siUnf filends in Monticello, re' All the ladies of Lake City and vicinity : successfully-there isn't any danger :

nrned home- Thursday. are invited to attend Mrs. T. | of its ever changing hands on account \

: I Oa iccaunt. of the absence of a N.pattern Milton's hats spring and millinery showing novelties of line, ; of ill health, or for lack of f This Space Belongs to

,4wrcum** athe City council held no Friday and Saturday, March 29th and] business. We are here to stay and \
: tine last.Monday night. 30th.- labor to the best interests of Lake

: Duo't City and Columbia county's present / THE DOLLAR BAZAARThe
'! :,'" fore-et the Grand Millinery The eminent actor, Joe Jefferson, "
; ;e lln I and future welfare. The ('ITIZE. -
{at Mrs. T. N. Milton's, Fri- : is booked at the Park Opera House ,
1IId enjoys a good circulation
',_aDth,.rY Saturday. March 29th and in Jacksonville, Friday, April 6, in'
I; 'Rip Van Winkle," and a large party j and their business men would find it to Cheapest Place in the County to
aLd j personal interest to patronize'the
: |
I e. J. :
Ely of West- from Lake City will be in atten- '
.it1a, Mme.. advertising columns of this I
1 pa- Goods.
are visiting in the city, dance. Mr. Jefferson has reached a't ( Buy
'j.tbtCDeiitaol per more generously, however
;..,-,;........,. Mr and alts. F.L Chapi ripe old age and this will doubtless be are not complaining. we J

' 'f. his last appearance before the pubi'lie i I ____ __ __
, i4'Bayman in Florida. '1 5f Nothing Over One
"tllltr= nee Miss Mae A SUPERB GRIPPE CURE. Dollar,

,1iI1eind,ltft this morning for Gainer j I I i I represent nine of the best Fire ,Ii Johnson's Tonic is a superb grippe:- BUT THE MOST FOR THAT DOLLAR.
z' Ocala : cure. Drives out every trace of Grip
to visit i
frItaa. andJil Insurance Companies doing business
., Poison from the system. Does it
"" in the United States and will take } ;quick. Within an hour it enters the c I
.r. t blood and to neutralize Nuf Sed
1direll ; begins the ef- ,
f ; S-1 who has beenyBtiS pleasure in insuring your property i facts of the poison. Within a day it ;
three of meetings for I also write accident insurance for : places a grip victim beyond the point t YOURS TO PLEASE,
weeks at the Baptist I of danger. Within a week ruddy
b lClude4 his work last Sun The Fidelity and Casualty. T. R, cheeks attest return of perfect t|I

;, '"V1Iij1lL Eht.and left Monday: for Xorth Hodges, office opposite "Baptist I health.Johnson's Price Chill 50c and if it cures.Fever Ask Tonic.for I LAKE CITY. FLA. Fl F. U fIC Ir _

... church. 'Phone 34.
: Take nothing el! e. 1901rnar22-ly .
- c; ". -
't .6Tr iI .

1" .T .... -_ ....... . .< .-. -", ."; <
: ... : : : _



6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 187i

1 r- .
-- -
-- --- -- -

rolulal Ordinance No. 114. | WORKING HOURS A DAY. !i iThere's City Delinquent Tax Sale.

'Be it ordained the and nd rest for those tirelesslittle j ,
by Mayor j, Life Notice i.hereby given that time loll..wll1 1I."Crillcd land.. a III I,. sold at Daldkn
Aldermen of the town of Lake City, workers-Dr. King's New I'| o the .,..UI.n.l:1tbl..' Let lIa"I .\.rtt NJI b front ff the court, house toaatlF- E
Millions'are fjketitv. oinmbia ('cunntl, or .0 much tl! 1",1
Pills. ) always busy curing its.' ill till' town of tcflt DeW
Florida: the am-.u..t duttor tax.b(r, iu set olraei-. the sun t.,: ttirOTCXEE. With
THE OFFSPRING torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness ', pay ad\erUMng. .eo+qt
I I Sec. 1. That it hall be unlawful .ale and .
-- -- ---- -
OF HEREDITARY for any cattle, sheep goats, horses, fever and ague. They banish : DESCRIPTIONLot TAXEs- ---;...:

1 BLOOD'TJlltJT. mules and tee, or any one of such sick headache, drive out malaria. -__ -. ._ A
j ![ Never gripe or weaken. Small, Bush Mrs. T. .. -Nuil'r! n e division < 1 animal; to roam or run at large work wonders-. Try ,
Scrofula is but modified form of Blood taste nice taxes and cotsBrown.
a ,
of the public streets or (;to.1'. Price and at '
upou any them. at
Poison and Consumption. The parent < 'arriei 1. acre in M:>ck It n division
who is tainted by Miler will see in the j highways within the corporate limits. \Watts & Son. ( rounded n 1,'. ( '. & I' iL It e t.} "l

child the same disease /-> of the town of Lake City, Florida. i ibe i I John UuleuMii.: hv \\"uJnl. ira .
i At the beginning the Chinese Robert ( amhell S ::.
and w by II.
i manifesting itlelf in ; I, ?. U. It shall he the duty of the [ '
the form of swollen : ). !1 trouble it was stated that 11 r. \It- : Hall ley. Tnxe.-. and costs

glands of the neck and marshal any policeman of said :Kinley was prepared to go to any 'i! Green, P. M., ..... .... Lute :\d s. ::1 and ''.; n w division. I_

throat, catarrh, weak <'. ,: i tom' town, to take up and confine, in some to American -1! R. II. Loner, AutG.iuldin Taxes an I c.'->ts .. t
eyes, offensive sores r .. secure place, any and all cattle, :> lengths necessary preserve A., biers of I'art of Lot !\o.6 central du'i..im -. L

and abscesses aud oftentimes sheep, goats, horses, mules and asses, I i'. trade rights, but we haven'theard .\C.1'rrry, .\3 t hegianinjr at a i KM nt (It ft S of tin -
white swell-. ..J of his doing; anything to top .| n c corner, thence 9i) ft, th:ncr t x.
( ing-sure signs of t or any one of such animals, that maybe j> Russia's absorption of the province si') ft, then;: w 12J ft, the," .> -_$'

.J Scrofula. There may\rsfsr/M//11 ,- "'LVV r found roaming or running at large ;! of Manchuria, with which we have a ; It-i ft. lhpn'-e c 21:) ft. thence n '.10:
t benoerternaUiffnsfcT/',*; \ upon any of such public streets or ; 14.5 ft to h{',innjn';. Taxes andost

I alongtimeforthedisea.ede\'elopsslowl, j'j't '!j highways, as provided in Section I, ; large and growing trade except to ,I,1,; ... K ":!
t in some cases, but the pcison is in the 1 'issue a very mild diplomatic note expressing Hunter, Mrs. L. Ii j Lot No.: 51 central division. Tares -: )
of this ordinance and immeili.ttclythereafter
blood and will break : ,
the first favor-
I out at the opinion that it was real i and r 'stii
( able opportunity. S.S.S. cun j this wasting -' give notice of the taking ; 1 1I j AjHrsanal! t.i.of .I. II. Hunter _. l

destructive disease by fir,purifying j I up and confining of any such animal; naughty for any of the powers to Hutchinjsai, (* J. Lot N.. .*,) 1W ,livirioa (>rc K: .
and building the blood aud make secret deals with China without .
up stimulating written i ilro-.vn Taxe and cost
or animals, by posting 1 three ;
1 i and invigorating the whole system. i'i'or notices consulting the other powers. 1 i Ive, :Mrs. M. J. i I'art of Lot No. 4" central divisu.n "f1
giving a de.cription
J.10(." L.,1I51'ablcSquare: .Nashvillc.Teno, printed He'll have to take on a little more i bfginnhi1.! at aiint 9!> ft sot the
aaji TCII year ago oijr daughter fell aud cut of such animal or animals, at ;
I her forehead. Fru&t this wouud the ((lauds on I !, ginger if we are to hold on to our |I'I I j n w..rrlt'r. ran s 4 the aide of berfacelvcaneawolienandburst d. three separate and conspicuous pub- j ltf; ft, thence 4J! ft, them v Iii,; .i!!
Some of the be*! doctor* here hug tlscwhcrc I t Chinese trade, which was made the '
lie in said for the ft t', twist of begi.ininTax --
Attended her without any benefit. We decided places ton, periodof : < at]
to try S. 8. Sad a few bottle cured her CDtirels""SS i! live days. Immediately after the ( principal excuse for acquiring the j! I and costs 1S'I
Philippines. It will be really too I Jerry, .\. S. .._.... .. i c4 of Lot N+,. 1 It n divii!)!}. TE- l
makes and expiration of the'five days notice, as I te.s
new pure I bad if have to lose our Chinese I and costs fl-
I blood to nourish and hereinbefore provided, the marshal ] we Jeffery's, llLovier s.-.art! of f.'j.u.. rentral Iii i.sion ,

Strengthen the body I I of said town shall offer for sale, and trade and keep the Philippines too. I: : beginning at a puts, 18'.. ft ". of '. iI
I I and is a poSitive and sell before the ------ I : the n w coiner runs s 3<5 ft, tht-nc.- ;
at public outcry, :
safe cure for Scrofula. We have opened up a Branch I e l')5 ft. n 'M ft, thence w li>5 it, U+ ,:;
1 I i It all forms court house door in said town, to the :
overcomes of blood poison, House in Lake City, on Marl beginning. Taxesan.i costs'ijot jt d
i I- whether inherited or acquired, and no I I I !highest bidder, for cash, any and all street, and can show the I'' Mrs. R. II. -; No. ."'4 awl .;,> n w dh binn *$:
I on :
remedy so thoroughly and effectively
i I I such animals so taken up and conned 1 A. II. Lovier. Agt. TJ xe and o M ts Iiootlie
: cleanses the blood. If you have any most Handsome Pianos and Raxie of Lot Xo.44 central dh j..j'I n' -" .
blood trouble, or your child has inherited 'fi and, within three days from :\[ Mr IS w | ,-
Organs ever displayed. I Tares and oust i'II
some blood taint, take S. S. S. and 1 said sale, turn over to the treasurer ". -
get CARTER & UOROUmfTI Perry, J.V... s1- of Lot No.,. central diet.im; II
the blood in good condition and prevent ;:of said town the proceeds from the Ii I II I 11'I" ,"> It

: the disease doing further damage. '|i sale of such animal or animals, and iI j 1 '- !Ue corner of Lot Xo. I!. rintr.i1! -. -:
Send for our free book and write
our When children have earache, saturate -
physicians about your case. We make no |i j hake I the treasurer's receipt there- __ ,li\ision 42ft u and ,; by 11: f' --
whatever for : a piece of cotton with Balj j and w. T.ixesand costs It,
charge advice. :for; provided that the marshal shall
I' j lard's Snow Liniment and place it I'(>rr}, P.etta,. i'art of Lot No. IIi central division ,_ .
SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA GA. be allowed and paid the sum of tln'ni j ( .
J. \\ beginning at tlie a e :
'I in the ear. It will stop the pain Perry, guaruin corner r'inu '
I ty-flve cents for his services in tak-j I i Si it. thence Iw ft, thenc.-- KI :

I i, ing up and confining any of such ani- !!j'quickly.by Ceo. W.Price Price., i" and ..>n cents. Sold I j 1 ftt. thence n 105 ft, to point of bei -.,Jii s
Teachers' Attention I ; ginniiiif. Taxes and costs .
1 i .. HI.
mall; the sum of 10 cents per day, ,
Unknown ......... ... i Frac Lot No. iSl e division. Taxes
Inconsequence of the numerous j each, for the care and feeding any Tickled to Death Two-step. i! n' 1 and costs

I requests received, the following list! ;and all cattle, horse, mules and asses j For 'copy of the famous Throe I I Unknown ... .... ... In block N" :,..;", sdivisio.i. \.;>tj 1

I! is issued by the State Superintendent : i: during the time they may he confined j
!, of Public Instruction for the benefit I i anti the sum of 10 cents; per I "Tickled to Death," send ten cents i!j Unknown. .. ...:........ in'e of block D ne division ('_acres'
j Taxes and costsMV' .
\ __
; of those interested: i i day, each, for the care and feeding in postage or currency to1'. 13. : .
of No. 121
Unknown. .. Lot ne division _
; List of texts (with publishers and :j.' of any and all sheep and goats during I WKEXX, Passenger Tratlic Manager, i: _______ __ j I Taxes and cost ,_ U
4 prices) which questions for examination -j the time be confined Savannah (ia.
upon they may to be ,_ i i it W. J. KWVARI,*. CITY T x-Cc i.E"f-
of June 4th, 1901, will be paid by the treasurer of said town ;: -- -
Mrs. C. VanDeusen of Kilbourn -
; based '
: upon the order of the lotto council j

Orthography Reed's Word Lesson, I( of said town: Provided further, that 1 i i Wis., was afflicted with stomach !, VOTICK hereby: given that thirty daysiMromthis the I Some o! the Washington botdaei
date 1 nil on
l 25 cents; Maynard, Merrill 4 Co., N'i Ii the owner or owners of any each animals ; trouble and constipation for a long i i, state of Florida issue a Tax heed to K. I.. ,, boarding house keepers charged tb&inauguration
i time. She "I have tried shealey to the lolloping described lauds to-
says, many
Y. ; advertised hall hate the'rig1lt guests imperial pricevi
so I wit: IJ", acre in west side ot X\V't of N
:' Reading-Any standard reader will at any time before the ale of i ij preparations but none have done me '_ W't and ::'t acres in northwest corner of I i i i on no better rro.md than that it n
the SW 4 (>tKW>4.Sei. S7T|> r. :b R 17 i: 18 aCTCsand :
1 answer. the same as hereinbefore provided, | good that C'hamberlain'o Stomach S"E'1 ot SE'4: less 0 acres u5 west side :;jan imperial inauguration.I .
. New j' '' and Liver Tablets have." These ,and in acres off north side oi !'tc4..t ,.t.:,'. i ii |
i : ComposiUon-Swlnton's to redeem the same from the marshal ] i Sec ::I'l'p 5 H K 17 in acre. Embraced in i:
: School, 32 cents; American Book ('0., I by paying the cost of taking up, Tablets are for sale at (co. W. ,: ce'rtilicatesNoy.and :*.*,'. ..t June 6th. tstw. !,
: ; Price's Price i"i Witness my hand and scar this Mb day ofFebruarv. 1 i
. drug store. cents.
Atlanta New York. .
or I caring for and feeding any such animals -' IMil M, M. ScarboroughI i.
E i1bYry L YtY1btLYL..ytY itYyYHi8u6iiil
Samples free. 'r-\LI r'I r'l'J1r:
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard as hereinbefore provided. ;, t

cents; American Book Co. i. Sec. III. This ordinance shall goj ----- i Notice for Publication. Three Papers a \M11
English Grammar Metcalf's CO, into effect the first of May after its 1 \Vehave a clubbing rate of SO cents I 1 : II \
of the
with the Commoner. Mr. Department Interior j
and of the i Bryan'si
passage approval same by I I
cents American Book Land Office. Gainesville. Fla.. Feb. P. mi |
; Company. 'I i the Mayor of said town. i i paper; that is, you can get the !I Notice is hereby given that the Mayor of ; FOR ABOUT THE I II
U. S. History-FleWs Grammar i Sec. 1\". That all I
a ordinances and
,; CIHZEX-REPORTEU and the Commoner j Lake City. Fla. has tiled notice of his mien- ,
School, $1.00; Americcan Book Co. parts of ordinances in conflict with j lion to make final uunsite proof in sui port : PRICE OF ONE. I
the of this for $1.80 per annum, cash in ad- :j ot his dam bnderau act .Cungrrss.,. ut >l.iT fI
provisions ordinance be i
Florida History-Greene'a, $1.2.;; I | 3i iwni. that said I'ro..t wil!\lwf macit- tel ,rl! f This and the Athsb
. ,: and the same are hereby repealed. ,: vance. the Clerk ot the t ircnit rourt LakeCity. I paper \
] Williams, Wilkins & Co., Baltimore; I!I Passed by council Feb. IStli HW1, i 1 Fla.. on March ?J. MIl. via: F. I'; <'one. JI.iv-1, Twice..a'Weck Journal for j
1 cr'Fairbanks, $1.2<:, H.V.. B- Drew J. E HENRY, President. Senator Morgan made last or in Lake! city Fla. for th.K\\'i 1\v 'Ir.I i I
a ,
ap- It 17 R I
I jSec-JSTpJS.
Co., Jacksonville. Attest: W. M. IVES, Clerk. !j I peal to the Senate to : He names UK' tolhm'me n itnevM.> :prove j: i
Nicaragua i$1&501 I
I |
graphy'"Redwa"8' : Natural Advanced Approved Feb. 18th, 1 W1, F. P. J pass :, the factsleqaired in -.uc'ha.....' vi' v,', M. ,
. "a I CONE, Mayor. ![[ Canal legislation bJt the adminis- I\esA. B Hrown.Ceo W Prm and Jaa. K. !
$l. is American Book Co. 'i j i|: j Young, alli.f Lake ra\ Fla. j of |I
-- I i tration's order to the contrary made i I W. G KOBI>SON, Keijistf i'. j, : Here you get the news

American PhysiologySteele's Book Co. Hygienic, $1.; i;! Recent experiments show that all ''it' in tain. The Hay-Pauncefote ]!I 11 the world and all your local j I Iot

Civil Cover nment-.Townsend's I] classes of foods may he (completely treaty ha, r.oalapsed by limitation, new while it is fresh, paying j I

Shorter Course, 72 cents; American j i digested by a preparation called Ko1i ;i I and if the idea that we must get the | very little more than one ,e

; Hook Co. I Ii i I dol Dyspepsia Cure, which absolute1 :! consent of Great Britain continues a | paper costs. Either paper

;. Algebra-White's School, $1.00: 1' digests what you eat. As it is the : to control this government another 1 well worth $1.00, but bygp .
American Book Co. i only combination of all the natural t I II I treaty mutt he negotiated before t .i, | vial arrangement we are enI i

Physical Geography--Houstoun's I j digestants ever devised the demand 1 I Congress acts. f1 THE' : abled to put in both of thom!,

: New, tl.23 Eldredge & Bro. Phila- ___ l''\ I three a week I
, ; for it has become enormous. It has s' ''OONORRHOcR.jf giving papers
; '
delphla I never failed to cure the worst cases : OASTOR.A.IEearl 'I' i i I | for this low price. YoujaI > e

Theory and Practice-Arnold's i I of indigestion and it always gives in-1 I L the> 0 the Krai! Yon Km Always BoagtitI : f : GLEET l I not equal this anywhere else,

\\'aymarks for Teachers (Branson'Edition s, |, slant relief. A. R. 1St'. j I Signature L1 CURE f ;I 4 and this combination is the I

) $LOO, Southern School Book ----- 1! *t I SAFE SURE !, | best premium for those who
The is
Senate entitled
; to thanks, II CURE: YOURSELF ::1' I I
;, Depoitorytlanta, and "Report of !: for one thing. It refused to allow l I'I I t I j :| want a great paper ands a.

the Committee of Twelve on Rural I Sampson to he promoted, although,,1:! WANTED Reliable man for 1'p 1 l :' home paper. Take these >ana I
Schools." 25 cents less if Manager of Branch Office It i ? with the
per copy I the whole influence of the adminis- we wish to you will keep up t
ordered in large quantities, Irwin tration open in this vicinity. If your record ,,, .: I, | times.
was brought to bear to try to < is O. K. here is f
Shepard, Secretary, Winona, Wis. : an opportunity. Kindly For eale '. I Besides general news, the E
All bring about that act of injustice. i if give good reference when writing. by George \\ I'riceXprompUypww.d.ORHOFEB. .
examinees will be
tested on ._- -- : THE.\. 1'. MORRIS\CHOLESALEIIOCS I Twice-a-Week Journal has +f

i F both Waymarks and Report of f !\, TODAY take Foley's Honey and I :j, ('JX(1\NATTI, OHIO. L'f | much agricultural m titf' |

Twelve. !| Tar. It positively prevents pneumonia i: Illustrated catalogue cts stamps. !4 and other articles of special {

I or other serious results from | interest to fanners. It has l
After exposure or when you feel a colds. It may be too late tomorrow 'I j "
I cold coming on, take Foley's Honeyand G. W. Price, druggist. .|i OTI R. 1'AHKEl. I 2 regular contributions l by SMI ]

Tar It never fails to cure and ; I 1 Jones Mrs. 11'. H, Felton, f

will prevent pneumonia or consump-1} Senator Tillman's pitchfork hand Brad model,tkeul, | John Temple Graves, Hon. i

tion if taken time. ', appears to be still in working order.| ,,;! Attorney. At Law. V or CoObcaia photo foe U.s.free aDd report ForeigmP OB patentability.>lu.dTrade-Mub.IIuok"UOD" I | C. H. Jordan and other 4i -1 1II

--- FUE.UfiJ?Forest terse ever offered to m .no'"-! tinguished writers. I Ij
I '' LAwnaa or *, T1AK8' FKJLOTICE.

cc '!i NIGHT WAS IIEU TCRIIOR.J I' LAKHCITY, FL mD.\. 8|1 All.20.000......PATENTS. ouunde.uai PROCURED. THROUGH.THEM. I Call at this office and lei T?* f

, J "I would cough nearly all I .... .er.iLLhe Aludermta ehuitu. BwmdtfMo) F'llIIfut i .9 subscriptions for hath .
I night
Fruit" !i i long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, hR-. I. :.I LACK. wr c. A. SNOW &: CO. | can here get a sample copy of :
p \ 8 -i per en application.
E i j! of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardI I .. PHYSU'IAX PATENT (LAWYERS' I ;Ii
i ly get any sleep. I had AnSUPGEUN jOppU.S.) Patent Office,' > consumption' Bejidsrcs Phone !/... 41. -
so bad that if I walked a block I[ Headquarters at WISEH Drugstore1I -I ,-
To raise i i would mevsagcs; left b..re'iU be -
fruit cough
I frightfully and
good spit I promptly atta-ud,-d to. WILSOS.O.fhns
r I j, blood, but, when all other medicines LAKE CITY II. A. .
you must have P failed, three I.(0 bottles of Dr. Kodol'Dyspepsa
tsh.1 --
I :' -
King's New Discovery wholly cured', __ u ,

tt Fertilizers containing I absolutely me and I gained 5J pounds" Ic's: a; l LOVERS OF f f FRESH[

atjcast 8 guaranteed to cure j MEATS[ I IWill ; Cure
ft ; to 10% ofPotash Coughs, Colds, La Grippe, Bronchi i t

( i tis and all Throat and LungTrouble.'. find all they requireat Y

! will give best :,; Price ;50c and J1.00. Trial bottles: the Shop ot Digests what you eat.

free at Geo. W. Price and at Watts: Colson & Rivers It artificially digests the food and aids
j results on fruits of all ... Son. xutura in strengthening and recon-

, structing the exhausted
I Market digestive or-
orner Marion
i g Lilid1Crite j I Hamilton streets and gans. It Is the latest discovereddigest-
Now Chaffee is !ito opposite
to be
given a chance '
J. J; Young s store. ant and tonic. No other preparation :>
; I ruin his reputation in the Philip i can approach it in efficiency. It In- -

:t for our pamphlets, which shout pines. BEEF, MUTTON, KID flND PORK stantly relieves and permanently cures

1.: I. i-i, every farmers library I -- -- ---- -- Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, UNDE !lr IER
w 111 be found here. Meats Flatulence Sour ,Stomach ;
Tl cy armst f OASTOR.A.Beuathe delivered ta any part of Sick Headache Nausea
I A1w3'/S &itt,hJ: the city We deliver late all ,Gastralgia.Crampsand La =Cit' ', r: 1010.
CIJUI.K.W'VORK' m the evening for next other results of imperfect digestion.
1 mornings use
# Pric850c.an
Noss, Sr-. Ne. LargesizecontatosZmtaes StJIeatJJPrices.
Q3 II YorL If U LET small size.Book aboutdyspepswmaUedfrec and Caskets all
e'.l.- ... Prepared ty E. C.DeWITT CO.C lcallo. Orders Promptly Fill -


< n'


--: :-. '- :: : ',_ _J .. _'_....' -_ -''''.'' i iir I -; :- ...- ,- ':"; T M.l.., --<' ''< ", <-,,;' ,;', "" J"r. '' j ''' '-, <' ,.'. ', -;. = :
t\ -p--a



t Established 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. ,

.,.,. 7
"" ,
M T ir: TroTc.T: t
, .MeT r.MeTo .t "TWM

CHURCHES. pant*! System.The IT; -a-3 3'Tt1 Yg'1'a'TY=In"'Wl"--"'"3s

r II
,-1ItTBODIST-n> f. F. Piiton, pastor Il Ii
-;. Preaching every Sunday at 11 Great Through Car Line From Florida. DON'T STANDS I
a. m. and 7:45 p. in. Sunday school

/ at 9:30 a. m- porth League 4:00 CONNECTIONS: : III lli _ON YOUR HEAD_ fJ ;

n. m.Wednesday every Sunday.evening Prayer at .-I.j.meeting The To East 1 1 The Atlantic Coa-.t Line, via Charleston, Richmond and 'I G---' '. 'I r

.} Wa>bington. .
ire ADVENT-Services -every Sunday 11 Vii All fnii. J I The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and I! \I -/ I I
y IC :
'!}t:'- a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 10 Washington.-_ I I1II l I K'Gd' -- --- I :
a, m. Prayer meeting Tuesday III,
evenings 8 o'clock. To 1 The Southern Railway via Jess-up, Atlanta, Chattanooga I i
r West 1 The Louisfille.\ Nashville Montgomery. I ;, .
The The IIII Ili\\\\ aT the poor Printing you have been
-Rev. Curtis Grubb, rect- j Southern Ir.r'ia Savannah )
EPISCOPAL Columbia and Ashville. ..
\! when You
or. Preaching 2nd, 3rd and 4th ) The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.To I '/II, just as ea"ilyas can Our get the Best t3I I I11'1 ,
in each month at 11 :II / poor. prices are
Sundays a. m. I and 7:45 p. mSunday school at 1 Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for Xew first-class work. We up-to-date ''S 'I
, East I are prompt.
9:30a.m. The I York \\il\f
Philadelphia and Hoston. I Avoid further! trouble and annoyance '
Via steamship J'j I Via Savannah and Merchants & .Miners Transportation{ a* by sending us a Trial Order. 1'1
I .
I'RESDYTERLRev.. J. C. Timms, Company for Baltimore. I'I VI

S pastor. Preaching every Sunday ToWEY WEST --- i !II: & ':
., at U a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday and Via ItI THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE.
Schoo1930a.m.. Prayer meeting HAVANA. ]I Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. : (; H. L. DODO PROPRIETOR 1':1 I
every Tuesday afternoon at l' i! II !
To Nova Scotia 111 Mi.t.JII I
o'clock. ) i Y 33aTz't 1.atSZ l'mL r.. aR t 2 d';M0M'.M.
hltrH2 LgL
? '"
Cape Breton
( Via Boston
and Canada
Atlantic and :
Plant "
pn rzs.r-Church has no pastor. Serif Jr wards Prince Fd- I Line for Ualifax' "awkesTjerry and Charlottestown.Steamship :1 1 I Hi' 13I "W01sW 1.W" I "No J&land. !
_es held irregularly. Sunday school
9-.30 a. m. Prayer meeting Thurs- I
!nr.hToUrhU.Tlciet :. '. fay evenings at 7:4.j. Ladies Help- Western laWHMUl limited and VthernSute8tt>all Florida on*salerta via throuKhout Plant System the Northern.during tae Eastern season lariO S A. B. CAMPBELL,
is lag Band meet every Monday evenIng Addrelo..es return 01 until May 31st, with liberal stop-over privilege,,in rlorlda. ,
t parties! in the North, sent to the JACKSONVILLE>t.A."OLD .
: at 3 o'clock. ul'l'lIcdtn all information and handsome advertising matter.undersigned will be liberally

1I CITY OFFICIALS. I For Information r.as M.to JOLLY.Rates,Division Sleeping Passenger Car Reservations, etc.,call on or write to I Organs B' Established RELIABLE In 1878.,"

I Agent. :
1'* W,Bay Str. Astor block,Jacksonville. .
4:. ..MAYOR.-/ Cone, ,I \ n. DE "JI.UI Savannah,Genl Superintendent Ga. D. W. Wngss;: Pass. Traffic Mgr., :1 Kimball Whitnev. Hinze.

.: CLERK i TREASURER.'. JJ. ItV',. I Savanna b.Ga. ...... -- -
'}'SSESSOR.-W. W. Phillips I '- -- I I aar.. THE BIGGEST VALUE ON EARTH -
Cot Lu &-IF. J. EdwardaJURSHAU1F. VffTiBU1Eb All kinds of Small Instruments and Trimmings Easy Terms. Low Prices.
Send for Free Catalogues and full
T. Strange.
i ALDEKHEX.-J. E. Henry, president; .. liMiTED ;! --- -- --- --- ---------. -

&L Kerry, M.1..l'fJlnptQII, O. J?. ,I .. .- -_,

Tarter, J. E. Inman, J. E. Young, DIRECT LINE...

1:. r. Roym. I ThAINSItAiLWAYs ...Q TIMI

CWXTT JUDGE Jr. M. It'eIl. Lv Jacksonville... .... lJ '. p I -. I ,
: 7-I. aLvj
; a i 7 ai rti'i e- -9 : i i
tAr ..,.... ? 19
SHEBBT-W. if. Jlaucoct.CLERK I Frrnanilioa .1tltJa.Uffill..'.... I ArlUldwin 9-1lal a' : 4U p BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
Ar Everett _____ is
:-if. M. Scarborough.'i'uAsuseaJ. ..\rSavann3.h..h.' ..m..._ .I.t':i sipn lEiI',1U aouii DJ p !471p;.3. "" Waldo-------------: :: '. .. 111ialUtip' p !.I NEB YORK,

L. Turner. I Ar Fairfax. ._.h..._ .1! 3iunota ... (iaiaesville"Cedar Key::::':::::::.' '::'.:' 63p'! :: :: I} CINCINNATI
ASSFJiSOIl-.A. B. Brown. Ar Ar (Ut-nmark,.ulumhia.--..___.... ...;| 5 Si.'l+>p p1,;, 4.ula 36 a,.._... .. .". SilvrrSprtgg( ._. ....I!i 1 .. _: :I I : ; LOUISVILLE, f
? kala----------------------
IWJJCTOR-C.( Jonts.SCFT. Ar C IJ pll a II -
amden------------ 733i. 6 .
PUBUC INSTRUCTION/. L.AtanL ArSo Pines--.-___-. ,|w 37i> 10 41 lia a, ..-.. ". tYildwa-----------------------, *, Up 1 Sa !I, ATLANTA,
Lrrtiburg.------- .. _...
Ar Raleigh _... ... !'Iw aa 11 5ua ... 1 J.l J5iu 33Ua BIRMINGHAM
Ar Hortsmouth-_.--.-.....- .. Tavarrs.--------_. .---- a, HI, f 1 a MEMPHIS,
f juua: S Sop---- .1. "Orlando-----------. .!....... t
COCXTYGOMIOSSIONEHS-/?. T. /1-)(:: Ar Richmond \ a..n.j.| 4 5>a, 5 351>(' .. -- awn 7a CHATTANOOGA
"' chairman Frank Smith Ar Washington__ .. __ II 45ai oaupl'000. Winter ParkS : R A'I I L W A Y (
; Oeo. -- _____ ... _...
"DadeCity s'ui'a
Ar Haltimore... .... ... -.0..1:1| !p i
...._ ST.
A.SmUkton, T. W. Getzen and A.R Ar 1'lIilalel"hii".n.I; UP', 2S a ...... ; ""Plant City .._.._._.---- ......'I' 4Wp 4U5a I .
I i Tumpa---------- ._._ .... _
Bll11IpA. Ar Ncw1'ur--= .: StHp, 6 3a,,. : 6lV: a !,
= 00" And all Points
Henry, chairman S. L. Berry ami I I *(\inneetion made at Fernandina I
= Jt Lr. 1Pise.z I i i with Cumberland Route steamers L
Ii leaving Fernandina 1:20 p. m. daily I CJ NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t)
i WEST DI\ d :O, M I L except :Sunday, arriving Brunswick SERVICE LIKE THIS. I
COURT CALENDAR. -_ 5 p. in.tLeave.
x I l Lv Jacksonville..... ___.I 7 30 pi 8 05 ___ .
u. a THE
Ar Lake Clty.u..__.._.____.__. Up'II UfaIJUlpll --- NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, f
Third Judicial Circuit'of i'lorida-I\ Lire Oak.___.______.______ Fernandina for
itfpuj Jacksonville
._... .. __ VU Savaanah and Charlotte N. C. .
Judge, John F. White, Live Oak, i i MadisonWonticello _.._ 10 51 1 ,
---- p p 74U
___ | a. m. and :!:40 m.
Fla. _.____.:_.__,,1: 10 a! 3 lip p.
44 Thomacville.----- icoa','.._._.. THE UNITED STATES FAIT'MAIL, 'i
State's Attorney, L. E. Robinson, obtgom..ry--------- 8 10 ... ..
Jasper; Fla.- ._.........__ 7.u all; ... .. Arrivals. atJackonvillefrom north Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. r
"Tallahax re._....._..._......?.i ICUa' :l3.'i p' 6 east, N o. 27 at 9:10 a. m.; No: 31 at I
SPRING TERM. 44 quincy -._..-__..___-i. ._ SJi) 3jl; p. m. From the west, No. 2 i L I THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA
44 KirK Junction___._._....___-I I _._---4,- i: p a LIMITED I
No tiO
Jasper;Hamilton county, 4th Tues- Pensacola---------------------- ain! ;' i) m. a. in. From the south I VU Jcsup.
.day in January, II' .44 Mobile--..- .-.-. <&a No 44, at 9:30 a. m., No. ti'.i, at 3:55 t
Lilt Oak,Suwanee county, 2nd Tues- New_ s------------------I-, .___13 -W a..! p. m. : THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS, I
day in May.
Jake City, Columbia county, 4th'' No. 44, solid vestibuled train between Jacksonville and New York, in- Via Jeiup. 's

Tuesday in May. i I'I 'eluding mail, ba gage and express cars, day coaches, dining cars and ,j
Mao LafayettE county, 2nd Tuesday -' through Pullman sleepers between Tampa and New York, Atlanta and I Through Veatlbuled Train, Pullman Drawing Room
In June. I.I Nashville. No 31 and 44 carry Pullman bullet sleeping cars I between Jacksonville Sleeping Can, Through Coache Elegant Dining Car,
Perry, Taylor county, Is Tuesday j I and Tampa. !

in April j I No. lifi i, solid vestibuled train, consisting of day coaches, mail, baggage I Through Pullman Sleeping Cara between Jacksonville aad Clatla ., 0.,
Madison, Madison county, 2nd Tuesday : ;and express cars between Jacksonville and Washington and 'PJiiman.sleeper vIA Asnevllle. N.C., and Knoxville through "THE LAND OP TtlS"sltr."
, in April 'I s between Jacksonville and New York. I
. Nos. 3 andl, Pullman buffet sleeper Jacksonville and I
i FALL TERM. I! Jonticellu'laomaiviileand[ ilontgomery. Louis via Through Trains via Southern Railway are mow Operated -

.? Jasper.day in, Hamilton county, 4th Tues- :i]I' Steamers for Key West and liavauaNo.. :! .makes connection at Port la Connection with the Plant System from Jaeluonvllle. t
Tampa; with steamers leaving 11II1jdj'I. Thursdays and Saturdays. ;
"I-._ure Oak in November.,Suwanee county, 2nd Tuesday -' Nos. 2 and 1, slt-opor it tWeet New Orleans and Jacksonville. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS it Very Loi Rates DI Sill Jui ti Sept. 30,1800 *
? La..e. City, Columbia county, 4th lit V.-P. & G. M. Jen'l Htip't Gen. Pass. Agent.I I ling rake,whedalei and Information, Mil on or address
.;-Tuesday in November. ': Portsmouth, Va. W. T. (ASHY,T. p.4., I.I

day!Lafayette in December..county 2nd Tues-- A. O. MAcDONELL, Assistant (;en. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. i i Ill Rut Btj Itml,JMkMartJU,H*.
P 1 I| I. U. GULP. W. A. TUBE:, B. H. 1">
"" XAlfWICX,
Taylor county, lit Tuesday i i I TAfflo'
-- -- I UtMger, I
: October. Geo.Pall.ALL, tail OiL Pale.lp..

Madiaon d Madison county, 2nd Tuesd nGEORCIA! SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. ==- WalWtctOll,D.C. WuUnfton,D.C. AUaaaa,Q. j

'in October.- --- --- I
; ----
1F = -- ------- -


I 1900. lUPREME.
Subject to change without public notice. \b .

: i =
( 3 L = 4
I )1XIe tic STA1Iv S. QUick I nixie

1 : _Flyer _slep_ _Step Flyer I
" ? P 11 ijj I' III 11 21) a 111 I.v...... ....\lucon.. ... ... ... ....Ar .4 b p III 4 1tI a III
c ? t 116111" 12tp III .... .... ...Una..ill. .. .... .. .. .... .... 243p III 252a 111 I
& : ,\. 1 37 nut 1 2t) I' III ... .. ........'Ie011a: .. .. ... .. ....... :! 25 I} ill 2 3t am ,
i :J 1 ;'jJa 111 J'.1-101) 111 Ar..lor.lt'Il.t.v .,) 1' III 215a m MEN'S of all that is Correct iuSulish
. Ij. 153a III 2 tI.'Il'll Lv.bniek..... ... ..... ....Ar. 2 OSlm 2 Jda III I
I 38 a III 2 LO pili.. .... .. ....Atibb'trn ...... ...... .. .... 1-10 I' m 1 3j a m Fine Dicssiiig for
t."j ... 3 ilia 111 3 30 II III Ar. ... .. .... fifton.....:.. ..... ....l.v .2 :i p w 1 OOa 111
315a m :ialp III Lv.... ...... .'J Htoll.... ..... ........Ar/12 3.p III 125.ia III Ii HATS LADIES
J # 3 -IHa 111 4 o.ip III .. .... .... .. .:parks.... .... .. ... .... O': V 111 1'l 2'a m GIRLS. MEN BOYS
357 a 111 4 16 p 111 ... ... .. ... lIt'urtl'me. ...... ..... .... 11 Sill m 12 It a lit I'' SUITS and
4Ilia tit 50.p ut Ar.. ... ....\thQ,ta..L\ ,11 IOn III llJ5p ,
: ";. 4 40t1ll fOl)1II LY... .. ....Vailo'ts ........... ...ArI110:1m 11ssplS3iam ; III I OVERCOATS
a is wAi1K 6Aipst .. ... .Jasler..... .. .... ... 10 ( a 111 lU3 tp m The Largest Stock:: and
$ j: I 6 01 a m 6 :!6 I' tit ..........White ='l'rill'S... .. .. .. ... .. J ;;: a 111 10 031'.D1 UNDERWEAR
; .g:!)a m -"joop m .........[. : City..ix HoHa III 940p III' \ Variety.
t ; (6 i4.iam 721p 111 1.\.I.a"ICitv.\r. 1I50a, 921'1) 111jiOam and
_BALKE'S3JVE : S2iI)1II ... ,.,... ..!'anwo on City. .. .. ... ... 7511lim SffillmIIlIa \ BEST QUALITIES
III II :" 1"1 ...... ..... .I1Ilul'toll. .. ... .... .. ... 7J7 am 752P D1 FURNISHINGS.LADIES' ,
1 915am 945pm .Ar..Putatkx .. .. .... .. .. .. .1.\ 89am 840pi t \
-- and always
; the
1 6 4i a m j 1U I'III .. . ...Jo8..1.. t.it ... ..... 8 50a III :'Op mI
/ OOa m I 8 35p III II.v. ......... :!" .on C ... ..... { 7II!a III I 17 55 p DIII Tailor-Made SUITS, SKIRTS
1 5511 tit 9 :l' a tit ... .. ... Camrcville. ..... ......J.v' 64.. a III 00 a nNUR'fI Waists, Underskirts, Under LOWEST
ki WHISKEY : wear, Hosiery, Jackets
Y Ol1SU) CllEDGLE8. _
Capes, Fine Neckwear and
Via Macon C of G n.X C t 8t L fly, III Cent R r. and connections. Faraishiss.n .

<' ( O.rINED \I till Ii 111 II 4+'I' 111 Iv... ... ... Lake ............ 6 2) a m 7 (tOp ,
BY ACE.best 4 13p m 4 10a 1& Ar.... .... .....Dtucon... ..........LIt lip 1U 11 2a Boys' and Children's Supples,
-- 13.)1' tit 1 :5 n m \t. .. ......Atlanta .. ... .. ....Lv 8:11) I' D1 7 5/ a II> -
GoW.1edaJ at Adanta ExpositIon.iIt. 1 (10 a III 1 nOI 111 Ar..Chattanooga....... .. ..Lv 2 MP m S o.'is IIIG SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS, -
fOa IU 65.)11 m IAr..N hnll".I.v! !IIOp 111 830 p UI UNDERWEAR and FURNISHINGS.(
tho 7 2-i1 m 7 hut 111 jAr. .. .. ... J..t Lo\ll .. ..... .. .Lv 8.14 I' m IJ 16a IU -

and purest i ffi pnt ': Ili a III 'in'inalli.... .. .. .... t.v llllUDtu OU Ii IU C 0 D ShipneiiU.rth irMleSe of tiamlning Mart
15 r' III I II 0'1 It m I.\r..t('IIII'II.. .... .. ... .. Lv 1 W" m 111.. ..... .. . wno. MAIL ORDEfla Q'.ea lpeciaf care,
> Ye Whiskey sold -'- --

Where 110 tune is shown Jroinl ,10 not Iop. SAVANNAH GA.
J& ,
the South. Trans No.3 and 4 the"Dixie: 'I\'t'r" have :ronjrh slt't'per.between St Louis. Dfo
and Jackson\. o'la. "Ia VaMos:". and through h parlor sleeJlIl>; .car an9 coach bet1"'n -
P l Macon and Vlatka. Olsen for the reception of 'I3S"f'age m Cnion lt'pot.! Mat on
.: $ co., Proprietors, 9:30: p 1Il.lu.l remains w Deacon 1'IIiOIlIt'l' t on rt'III'n until 7:30 a ni. and can beIK'CDl.ied
'''':\Cd'1CdilhlAfl' .u. s. A. until that tlmp.VJLUAX B. H. Levy & Bro. W
....- \ ('HEenEY 8IAW C. D. FUll:. -
II.., Lead o15a. will lie Vice I'residellt Agent Lake ('itJ,1<'a.
..>+wsrt attxadltsai dlritmt 4 C. D. TIRODE'!. U\uy Rracs.
-j.. Oel1'J Pass Agent, !' icon,Ca. t P A Jacksonville, Fls
.' ,

b__ .._ \__-.., .."" '.... 7 __-,,-' --- -

'- -'- '" _"-_, .- .
; ':" : -'.,' --, .--. ':" .: -



t -8 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER: Established j.! .

...... ,. .--

F r; .x- DRIFT1NG_ : i l LOel i i iili iiI'le & i iI at in Law sock Wo-1 I'" LAKE ATTORlVY-cirr. Ft, .ar.y..
Chancery j '
WARD Bright's disease, I ,i j COlIMEnCIAL ( ('LLEC110SS
diabetes, gravel or other nuns through cars I I
serious kidney or bladder NOTARY PUBLIC.-- II I Office: Marion street _
disease is what thousandsare I Mobile anJ New T. AiHrrryVJiBildinj.. formeriflJS
who do : mingham, Nashville : attention givon to Commercial col Poorer k Callas a\ ....
doing not
and eiPiution: ot ijecJ Practice in all :-; .
know it/You may be one of them. I Louisville, Cincinnati ; ;; and all other Lc ;al i Ion tii ali unsin-tatrCout2spr", Mortgages...LIZ
Are you neglecting that backache, villc and to ('hip avo .aloer". tiller. : luher-. i urawn and ad.n"-ledgeltle li yre
t tired-out feeling, dizziness or other nand" .errt.near I
| train. Fur rates, : !Illt.t t hUrch i JUSTS3QCHiC3JCOLOMBIA :
symptom of kidney disorder ? The PIIONF .J.u. Jan 1-115)
symptoms of kidney disease are slcep'ing-oar re= .. !i CCDEOrBl

,I many and peculiar-baffling even to call 0.1 ... 'J.....,.. ---.r--- '---- "
doctors. & :: )
\ :
\ Here: is a sjmpje and. sure test n. II lloivixs, Fia. : fcREA5 }
: ,- _
I which any one may try : : 20J West I ? rr-:> ik c.;\ 1
i \t U :; .r j"ri f r.
Set aside a bottle of urine for twelve hours. 1! : :. \ ; PUCE
: If a sediment or settling occurs it is a surer ........... } :. .t :.l' 0311'". E."t- ,
; sign of kidney disease. .v-.A.-"""' ''''''''''''''
i C. L. STOXF., G. P..1.,
| I
j! rV Foley's Kidney Cure is absolutely : Loui ;rille, Ky. HJ YeE1'B N ItQ 11' Yr'ers"r amg' 'Nq i H
' guaranteed. You run no risk. See ::.=- ,
i 30'j":; =a= =-rGC..zs:: : s.
i\ \ that you get Foley's, the guaranteedcure. -- i .lb .--'-" .J r. t. '
I Notice I ; _" "'n.v -..-"..__.............. :Af' :-,_....qty."""'"..
i ': Is, hereby given that Mi I! - -- .-" -- -. --.-!" -
BANNER SALVE heals all harts but Cupid's wounds. --- --- -- -
:. this date I will on behali
I lorlda. Issue tax deed to :
:: the The following SE !i of described NK 54 and N I storm' Torino and Gijcione IllSllrallc tl'
j Sold by Geo. W. Price. ]' tion3JTp4S.n lit Ea t.l' | ,
M of NW M and X W H of j
I I .' ', s W qr Section 33.Tp 4 S. It,t ( BEST AMKP.ICAX AND FOREIGN TXS115AXCE
embraced in certificates"
i I Witness mv band and : : COMPANIES nEPm'oi\nD -
I l9tt9. ,
! r,. p. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR- -.- iSEAU Zd. M.' Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in bcj
! :- \ Office: Up-stairs in VInzant Block. _
i :
:. i _rn. BUILDER. I i iI ,1
" ---- -- : .. & Small Agts$,

., \....I !; 660. S. H GK ,
.. i


<-. i 10

: { Nashville, Ghauanoooa & St. Louis RE]. !, v! : Teachers and Prospective Teachers -- ;:-

: --AND-
: : will find Ce.iowClasses at the Lake

: .t Western and Atlantic R'y : .,.. "". ,:>c_ i I City College.
; "Battefields Line" I: $20 COVERS PILL EXPENSESexcept
! .

i To Chattanooga. Nashville, Louistlllc, Cincinnattl, Chicago. St. l..ouiM..mpbis and all Doors Sash t aliens ii : railroad fare. for one urm
Send for circulars
,- points West. For rate and hchedulrs write to to

e r C. E. HABMAK,O. P. A..Atlanta Ga. T. M. DOTLB. 1-'. r. A., Jacksonville, Flai I i I --AND- I I!
IY. F. VOCUA1, Lake City, Fla.
Building j jHAJLiESTOfl
I i ij --

j ; ,Pla.'T.I

- - g *> i%;i I i LARGEST I II .
marl: Send lor
I :
O t
: PRICE ,,
The thermometer will&ron lie climbing to the Summer Ci I Well Fed '
heat mark. You will soon bo wishing TOU couldcontrive Ii.i. PP.Oti ,
Yourau.to get along without that awfully hot range. > P.CAL
; : '-- '
' O :; j
husbands make the ,
; TRY 4 BLUE FLAME., O I!i Lake City, li 1a.G I best husband, and
I ;
Blue Flame makes an Ideal beat for cooking-quick. J I Ii their food can best
O convenient and economical. We have stove you want I Ii i
It costs but little and is a Kreat labor saving de'i.-e. i i A Bona=Fide 'II i be prepared on the
O All.sizes-w or without c.xikmg utensil

O: |!' $12 Weekly. |I
: Men and women to NewEnterprise
> present us some
I for local work ?1->,,,- i
Old '
exjienscs \
pleasant permanent _
O : lJO I advancvmint Write at onci'ldrc and I I Im'Llm

I. .: p dT Di-pL t:_ NEW I LESS_ FUEL_
King"r ; I

.: v Q I

\ %! t $ e> I I OrtifPiipsi-iir'i.i the (' ; I Fer twenty years the premier stove of tha South,
IYou'll I > ;;tOh'. J.\"r; ('ar. I'n made from Southern material by Southern work'

L > I 1- II men, and giving ideal satisfaction i in over 200,000

4: Have Better Meals, and the Gook a Better Temper. OO t L. F. HOBEBSOK Javier Fla. I I! A. I! hames. Retains heat and bakes batter than any

1. I carry the most com pie line of Crockery Queens- RODERSON & other stove. Sold under guarantee. If your dear!

ware prices and the Tin-ware lowesj considering in the city quality Just what ot goods jou want- Q .I lTT01i.Y I S- can not show you the New Enterprise, write for {

:. O LAKE CITY AND J \ either of our seventeen department Catalogs, and

i Tin-Rooiiiifl and Guttering a Specialty.J. > I Ft"ralc.urt.Will do a general... Collections prices, showing everything used in the kitchen,

gr O zantBloct ing. Lake City ufilcc; ti[ = dining room, laundry, or dairy. A little postage

r--_ J. D. STREETY. > ,1 ---- stamp will save you many dollars. . .

: g '
i;;: jJ.; 8, {


MFG. CO.uuivracrviitm.
i'- The finest line of ,
I shown in town, Every er
I You will hare no Stoves Tinwart iraatebrrosscas..o..ca.
]I selection. Do not send ) ,Ranges, ,
i f'i -s or wait 1:1 days for a fair ud Grates.
!! call and we my line ui (; [ .. WHOLCUUMO
s .y= dx a i selection and haicJo<>ds .
/ M
I '
I! day. Pertect Fit {
I j1: China,Crockery,Glasswait.Tqt,
,I !i Clothes!! Dyed, Cleaned \ ;:: Art and Holiday Gooda
t. hall ders. 4 .
> ti : College IArtsSuits< j! -
} : and Ilessed 75 ,' I NASHVIlLE, TEXt(

: ;>' tSatistactor, Work .
; UE N. MARION ST. rn : "

r Lake: City,

- t" -


:, ,. -. .
,," .ri7' ZW k' ei THE mUFFING BROS.- CO.'S 9$

: = PLANT FRUIT I Cescflptiva and Illustrate CatiJoaeTells i !

i I II
.y FIT Wliat to Plaat au J How to Grow sad Mar t I .
PRO kct the Great 1 nE4KS
FOR (,- lv r ? _
-Money Making Frulti 41' the South.. ? > +i r.
Peaches. f3 ti-; T- s ; d.ky
Hlyh-Orado Trees Plums Persimmons, ft. !
fiatTreeCraues, Pifs, Satsnmi and other 6Oraatfes ( 1
on Citro Tufoliata block: Orn & i
Low Prices mental Tires, Roves and e.rythinf'OI' tbe fr ij
grate, orchard or garden. Address : j

I ...CATALOGUE FREE... The Grilling Bros. Co., i !

3 Ntrurie ud Test Grounds at .. POONA NURSERIES, |

i Maccicoajr, Fla. JacksoovUIe Fla. |

a 9ri ZZ l4t4uAR'Qt3 '> f/JO.BWMWWMWflJMUM+ *. n

.... -

'''''"' -- -,- J.
w me