The Citizen=reporter
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00065510/00016
 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 29, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042460
oclc - 33283557
notis - AKN0324
lccn - sn 95047172
System ID: UF00065510:00016
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Preceded by: Columbia County citizen and Florida tobacco plant
Preceded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1885)
Succeeded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1919)

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UK QTY REPOBTER, Estib. 18741 Consolidated
l COLII1rB000IIH'fYCITIZEgEataD.lssB: j A j.24,1900 LAKE CITY,. FLA., FRIDAY MARCH 29 1901. Vol. XXVII No. 20

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Arrangements for Decoration Day. I
On April nth the Veterans, Sons

of Veterans and Daughters of the ..

Confederacy, together with all citi-

zens of Columbia county, who desireto

QUEST participate, will meet at the courthouse My Lady'sBreakfast when thehatbread

in Lake City at 10 o'clock a.

m., and there form a line of march !I II ,'

proceeding to the cemetery for the i| hot roll *ormuffin

I purpose of decorating the graves of '| is

r You may recoil from him with hor- the Confederate heroes who fell in

ror, but you cannot evade him. The defense of their country during the Royal
.11 young and the vigorous, as well as the civil ,
r old and the feeble, are his prey. Be war. Bakin*
makes DO distinction. He is an un- lion. Frank Adams will deliver the j is Well Served Powder

welcome guest in many homes to-day. memorial address. After the exercises ,

He enters the palace of the king with a bountiful reuast will be ]I risen.
Impudence ana makes himself at home f
r in the abede of the humble. No home spread in the park adjoining the I

Is too grand for him to enter and none cemetery to which all are cordially I Stale bread for breakfast is barbarous
R so modest that he will pass it by. invited. It i* hoped that every vet ;

4 Of course, you do not care to entertain eran, with his family, will make an hot yeast-risen rolls are dyspeptic.
this guest. You may slam the
k door in his face and bar every window effort to be present upon this occas

.in your house, but he will enter on the ion.The I
wings of the air, by night as well as by following committies have "
day, leaving despair and death in his been ROYAL
r track.The. appointed to solicit baskets of

best thing for you to do when food from their respective neighbor-t

he pays you a visit is to treat him I hoods: | BAKING POWDER

s light. Treat him properly and promptI I Bcnton-D, N. Cone J. J. Knowles j
he have noterror
Treat him lightly can and with delay,you.and Miss Julia Cone. ,' adds anti-dyspeptic qualities to the '

he will fasten those lean fingers his Falls-Jno. A. Mule, T. J. Summerall. -

deep down upon some vital organ and I food and makes'delicious hot-bread,

1 then you are undone. Corinth Mrs. II. S. .
Knight \ S. j hot biscuit rolls
: Grip is a dreadful disease. strikes i muffins or griddle
Joodbrcad M.
P. Smith.
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deep. It uncovers weak in
every spot
your body. Weak lungs may mean !I Suwanee Shoals-T. J. Sistrunk i. cakes whose fragrance and beautytempt

Vnnso ptaon. A slight derangement of the kidneys may mean right's Mrs. Jno. V. Brown.WinfieldL. ,

Duease. Heart Trouble ia followed by Heart.Failure. Every vulnerable I \\'. Rivers, Mrs. the laggard morning appetite,
> point is reached by Grip. D.I
Quinine is too slow to cope with Grip. Don't use It. Discard it at once. G. Rivers. and whose wholesome and nutritive

The lue of Grip Is Life or Death, or worse than Death. A once strong man Brown-L. F. Walker, Mrs. T. B. j
:with all the life and energy sapped out of him is a pitiful thine. Death U Walker. ,I IWelborn qualities afford the highest sustenance ,

thin such existence.JOHNSOX'S .
better an -\\'. B. Brinkley, V. F. for both brain and
TONIC WILL CURE GRIP. It will cure every I body.
ma every woman and every child that will take it. It 111 a Superb Grip Cure, driving Wadsworth, Mrs. J. E. Wise. I j
tnrj traeeotgrtp poison from the lystera. It doer work quickly andettrctlvely. It arts I
No. 5-11. E.
.tone*, la an hour It enters tile blood and begin. to neutralize the Grip I'ojson; within Braddock, D. J. Rivers ,J
a day U place the victim beyond the point!danger,and befoieHhe of the week ruddyMuni "
attest the return to perfect health. i Jno. W. Tompkins: Sr., Mrs. Jno. j, The Royal Baker and Pastry There are cheap baking pow-

Thou who take the Tonic and depend solely upon It are safe. Those who do not do so ,i W. Toinpkins. Cook"-containing over 800 ders, made from alum but theyare
..bee their! live lu jeopardy it U a wonderful medicine and U ICO times better than most practical and valuable exceedingly harmful to .
QUID 1M,doing In a tingle day that which the slow and uncertain Quinine can not do iu I CulunbiaCity-Mike Summers, J. \ cooking receipts-free to health.
lea days.hat ail i i M. Chcstain, W. T. Henry, Mrs. D. Their astringent aud
KMP bottle oftllla1'onlcalway.on hand. Yon may need it any moment, and when : every patron. Send postal cauterizing qualities add a
"YM not It you want it badly. Men have driven over rough roads for 2i miles to eel ti.Ifthepdoeweree100.00 P. Summers. ] ard with your full address. dangerous element to food.
none khould consider thu too high when OOlUplU'l'llnth the
nod It duet. The price U 50 cents, and this amount U returned to every buyer who is not R>ie Crcek-Gej. C. Mattox W.I j jM.
; .peered with Uw Toole. Hunter, Mrs. E. J. Mattox. '
t Huutsvilie Mrs. W. W. O'Cain _

A. B. GIRARDEAU MasonJ.. Feagle J. A.I i -
Taylor, Mrs. R. W. Turner. !i I .
: The Florida golf link couples many Couldn't help getting a cold never
Ft. White-Geo. B. Ellis T. W. | I
SAVANNAH GA. : a match, while the teeing green, cures it; but carrying home a bottleof
Getzen, T. F. Cook Mrs. J. R
-- Lites.t with its velvety sheen tells many a Ballard's Horehound Syrup, and
Mikesville-Jonathan Weeks
story of many a catch. using it as directed will cure the
Should Plant
Pecans. ; A bill before the Massachusetts Means, Mrs. li. II. Bates. worst kind of cough: or cold. Price,

,1 The Pecan tree not only bears one ,' legislature proposes to legalize the Jit. Tabor-A. P. Rumph G No one knows the unbearable tor- 25 and 50 cents. Sold by Geo. W.

of the most delicious nuts but it is playing of golf on Sunday. Sho-i'd Price, Mrs. S. W. Lamb. A.I. ture one undergoes from piles unless Price. s

: oDe {If the most hardy trees that the measure become a law the next Lulu-Danl. Hancock, Mrs. C. they are so afllicted. Tabler's Buck-
More than a Robert J.
year ago
: (ron in the' South, and mak spas step would be an act to permit the Douglass. W.1[ eye Pile Ointment is a quick, safe Black was elected Mayor of MtKeea-

'?'foe a shade tree as the Elm or Ma- Bostonians to have their doughnutsand Payne-Mrs. E, II. Roberts; M. and painless cure. Price, 50 cents in port, Pa., by a majority of one vote.

pit ud no family ought to be without beans warm on the Sabbath. Smith. i I bottles, Tubes, 75 cents. Sold by
The election
was contested and the
a few trees. It would pay the --- Lake City-Mrs. E. L. Greer, Mrs. Geo. \V. Price. 0
"toin Headache often results from a disordered I I contest has been going on ever since,
authorities to do as the French L. D. M. Thompson, Mrs. Guy Gillen,
.t condition of the stomach and I The making of flour from sweet having cost up to this time some
iathoritis dr, plant nut bearing Mr3.'L. I''. I'rink.1.. Scarborough: |
1 constipation of the Lowds. A dose I i potatoes is a new industry that has $10,000, which will have to be paid by
trees oo the tide walks and get a Jr., Arthur II. Dodd, F. II. Young,
or two of Chamberlain's Stomach recently been established in New the contestant unless he finally wins
teieuue therefrom. A town that D. L. Geer.
: :would and Liver Tablets will correct these I Jersey. A company with a capital his case. ,
this year put out a thousand The various committees will please
; disorders and cure the headache. I of $1,000,000 has been chartered in ---
trees on the.s.dtwalks at comparatively -. Fold by Geo. W. Price. organize without delay and proceedto that stat to make flour from the i J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, Ill., write

: small cost would, in ten Jean, ---- solicit baskets in order that a report "1y little boy was very low with
potatoes. A large mill will be established
pt an annual return of at least Edwin A. Abbey, who has been may be sent to our camp by I' pnemonia. Unknown to the doctor

: : CM fraad each year there would be commissioned by King Edward to April 9th. This will not necessarily I at Vineland. It will be !j we gave him Foley's Honey and Tar.
' close their work but it is essential the first of its kind in the country.
\ The result
; was magical and
increase until the income would paint a picture of the coronationscene puzzledthe
! reach that a report be made to this camp Should it prove successful, a new doctor, as It immediately stopped -
from three to five thousand is an American. lIe was bornin I
by that time of progress made. These
line of industry will be opened up the racking cough and he quickly
, dollars annually., Enough to pay all Philadelphia in 18u2, and receivedhis committees will also extend to every recovered."
for the South.
No section of
! taxesf:aa ordinary size town. artistic: training in that city. family in their neighborhood an
f The earnest invitation to be present at the country can grow more bushelsof
trees do well planted in cot- We have a clubbing rate SOcents
The administration favors fixing the decoration.All sweet potatoes to the acre than
11; toa and corn fields, and farmers can within our county, who were South Atlantic with the Commoner Mr. Bryan'snew
, t iV ealtiute the lands" in crops of corn the Chinese Indemnity at a lump members of the Federal army, are ,I states.-- paper; that is, you can get the
3\ sari sum, of say 2tW,000,000, and dividingit also cordially invited to be
cotton until the trees get tot present. Reports show a greatly increased CITIZEN-REPORTER and the Commoner -

, j .be1rl*, a* after they commence into eight parts, of which the Respectfully, death rate from throat and lung for $1.80 per annum, cash in ad _

elrn2 a farmer United States would receive one. JOS. QUIXCESS, C. A. FiNLEY,
j with ten to twenty troubles, due to the prevalence of vance.
:: -Cl'et Usa That would make our Chinese indem- Act. Adjt. Commander, J.
small fortune in his PeII' croup, pneumonia and grippe. We
r :'Ecottol" aDd corn- The tree Is hardy ers agree to the lump sum being divided -. Cure in all of these difficulties. It is There's no rest for those tireless
\ a bd into eight equal parts?
little workers-Dr. King's New Life
Jttnd the
cold weather any- the only harmless remedy that gives
'' '?!South of Maryland. At Pine- Are you sick? If so, investigate. Disfigured Skin immediate results. Children like it. Pills. Millions are always busy curing -

;; Wj"Xortn A. R. Wise.A I torpid liver, jaundice, bilious-
Carolina, there is a corn1 the merits of Herbine. It is a con-

1 : Vaj that makes a specialty ot grows i centrated medicine, the dose is wasted muscles and decaying bones. I bill has been introduced in the ness, fever and ague. They banish

'i s l III the! the > ; trees for sale, and we small, yet it quicKly produces the What havoc! j Texas Legislature to prohibit rail sick headache drive out malaria,
I cerise town authorities and all Scrofula, let alone, is capable of all that I Never gripe or weaken. Small!
.-t : t eaderaof our to most gratifying result, digestion and more. I, road companies from removing the taste nice, work wonders. Try
paper, write.the
the and cheeks lose
IlIICbluGrape improves lips | offices, shops, etc., from th.m. tic at Geo. W. Price and at
S Pecan Company' their pallor, the eye becomes bright It is commonly marked by bunches In any county I II I Watts
blUIr & Son.
-;? ., N,;(J., for circulars. and the step elastic. Price. .V)cents. the neck, InQamiuaiiona In the eyes dyspepsia I I where they have been located for the

Sold by Ceo. W. Price.A catarrh, and general debl ty. past ten years, or from their location '
3.j IMoaest nedlclaC' for The foreign ministers in Pekin are
Grippe. It is always radically and permanentlycured 1 j Iin any county which has aided suchI ,
f'c: W now engaged in endeavoring to "size
.Wait of South Gardiner, Brooklyn chemist announces byllood's Sarsaparilla. railroad companies by a donation of '

-,:' a$.kr.-Ity&: "1' hare had the worst that typhoid germs are being distributed -I was a sufferer from scrofula from I 1 I} its bonds, except by consent of the China's pile" When that has been

It f1tCoIdchUlundgrip; and have in that city by means of blocksof birth. My eyes were so affected that I was i Legislature. The measure provides done.they will know precisely how

:'_ I k.taktllo.! oftrash of no account but ice containing them. The ice he almost blind for days at a time. My neck for injunctions to prevent ouch rem much indemnity to demand.Headache.
: t the'endor. harvested from streams began to swell so that I could not breath
Chamberlain's says val. _
Medicines failed to do n
freely. me any good
ft Ebmedy U the containing the germs. Since freez
only thing that until I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. !
anl rood whatever. I have ing does not kill them; every person Today I have excellent health." Miss %rn Moore's Pilules are a guaranteed ,

d botUeof it and the chills who uses the ice runs the risk of .-becoming tit McGciBK, Silver Creek, Ky. cure for all forms of Malaria, Ague,
I r
la that the U
Often liver
COld a
and (rip hue all left me. I infected. "I was troubled with ,scrofula and earn, j Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever, Ma- torpid or inactive. More serious

ir.COIrratulate tbe manufacturers oi near losing my eyesight. For four month 11 i I larial Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaundice troubles may follow. for a prom

c -," a>t bnest medicine." A HORRIBLE OUTBREAK I could not see to do anything. After tak Biliousness, fetid breath and a efficient cure of Headache
For sale by I liver troubles, tactHood's
",',,-0'$. Peke.Cabaa "or large sores on my little daugh ing two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I 11 tired, listless feeling. They curd

fi'ilte -... ter's head developed into a case oi could see to walk around the house sn II I Rheumatism and the lassitude fobree e Pilla

:- burden, heavier Isbill of when I had taken eight bottles I could 1
grows scald head" writes C. D. lowing blood poison produced from
: further While they rouse the liver, restore
j It as well as I ever could. Sum A. HUB malarial
:- goes. Morganton Tenn., but Bucklen's Arnica poisoning. No Quinine. fill, regular action of the bowels; ,
:: lItO!'!, Withers, N. C. No Arsenic Acids Iron.
-= Salve completely cured her. or Do not they do not gripe or pain do not
NEWS ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely irritate or inflame the internal organs
ROOD come from those It'sI guaranteed cure for Eczema, Hood's Sarsaparilla I tasteless. Price, 50c per box. Dr. but have a positive tonic fleet. 25c.

; take 110011' Sarsaparilla for Tetter, Salt Rheum Pimples Sores, C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North :Mam at all druggists or by mail of
f dJipepaia and rheumatism Ulcers and Piles. Only at expels all humors cores all eruption,and I Street, St. Louis" MOo Geo. W. C.L Hood A Co,Lowell, Haw

;" 'I &N000'S CURES Oeo. W. Price and Watts &; Son. I builds up the whole system. v s Price, druggist [mar-'OMyr] i
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wiirsg t?, uy 1 from >cryu..::, J'iil is* fra1

DR. THiCHEfl'S DYER lID BLOOD SYRUP Tsar J c:,. 6* Iftc5'6t. Wll 'rtS
that tic :.tr.W thea j" '.
t1%t CA mot five I''t 1 \1..
the v4 rs..ah a mDtdy. It tsrrtr fYoa'cait: tt a betss
a; ir-2S =:rf' :kcal: :!%:; I.t at M-iii o&e*
tacit tD tract Jj) t.t.e fyttml aId kttp it m perfect oKji2>4. and '
The Kind Too lIat'e.InTi Boogfct 1ihi has
Iia3y liA..e pitied w. Haft pons' !i I a YNk .is the DttrcJ1 Frta Prey bea:

13..:1i1e ti ixizfj trwiie fcr m seers I t-z.3 cssslag \1IJ ":.'- a-atLe-d AUrw.t"'I1- It' in u.-e for over SO jean hi borne the natzre fan4Lu
nz d_ t.ariI &X4 I zi ed tea Frisyss d yg;: Zs.ezt OS-- I 5-.* lLwi; ; ire 'lilL.:1 bn zoade under ltd per.
dcae ircI8 wtcs I zraa art 3 ea kae CU:1.r : hose ... .
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... I win _""T w_i taw u.t 3 at4 fr any .te r/'ci .tiC _; tie tiii : .
asa Lan- __. Ins issss 'iII7', raa MyY.a p'ff All Counterfeits, Imitations and **Jut-a -d"areb .
II.. otat d W 6 lases_ a .f'trpc seas ti wi a faff, (.jd lif1" if .
Ira ----117'- +..rvr M.. -,' 1-, : zai :tttL3tr t" .1t Experiments that trifle with and fcndin:er the hta&i tf jIna.uts.and
Write per CaPsa.latiO3; Luepanoezta&l ny : gIy ,ar.Di -
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_h __ __ ;i s?. :. Les-rh.rev ..tta the rti' Cat6ria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pue.fi:

,f asa.:r-r tu.aai iLlLI,1I i3 gone, Drops and Soothing Syrup It Is Pie-eat.';;:

Blr .. Parade. ;;,non 1J,:-2j.;s at i:DOS p..a.;. wntain3 neither Opium, Morphine nor other S&recdg -

suit' Myriia. 2:_ tit w .eso .i I - -- fcobstanee. Iu age is its guarantee. It destroysfona

I A Good Couch :1c.fise for Cblllre: and allays Fererbimtos. It cores Diarrbo and Wig '

&cr Ltersnr e.cb eel at her I -I have in recosz Eat- C relieves Troubles Con tla1 :
tie .SBt* J& d.v'1.1' BO hesitancy '. lie. It Teething cares :.
K tse '::t- ;:."Pick. 1,: CLayberiain-s Cgh P.medy. and Flatulency. It. aMimitUes the Food, regulate that'

ike-Lice. 1 says F. P. M&na- well known 4A Stomach and Bowels, gi ring bealthj and natural tfcej.
zit Drtrr .
of Peters ft'"a.. The Hie Hotter1 Fri 4.
I yopLlar baker: ;; Children's Panacea-
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: .l cLi.i.es' i "We have given it to oJr children /

-\zI1 l ctt E.<: .c. .- then treated with baj co+ab:, ...1-.. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS;

.;- I zfoopisg W>Jgh. and it has aJaysperfect

given satisfaction It wasrecosszesded Bears the Signature of

expo-sre or _ten yon fee a ; toTae by a fir;i ji,.ttse ae

on. take Foey"';; Hone. oest c&= h medicine for caildreas
ft never falls to core ..ac: a it contained DO opium: or '. LheTLarfrl
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that r.r jfc,ifT-1 :a the kinds 011 2 i). E. : -:
Parker sat icar.ty; i HEIsos. ti bee
f araUbcitj! thisn1.d" a w car l-
lotiic _n. ..* or UeK rt lie OS cay irf If the expertise-: u.ns ocfas pedktad -
Viv' tCicCtnl brcrfa' ;.Uvil} be cJ:- tint we caa case gold eetj
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RULES i HoUiii C-UIP1XT, |salt water, there coa't oe gtaatif j
BY BoX LJ:3.s'.oiu-t, P'...! r.= :
Tit.r AIl.-Lrra 3.-I: room -aowg the sa..ore froa Vaair' [

from the home ce of ths Great Optical Ho,se. or one j i arosrd ta Caiifc-n.. '.ii

his practical Opticians and will remain at the store of his

"C'l'nt D:\orce Notice. I For the wearer--'.. rrostrati

WATTS & SON, DRUGGISTS.His i_ TIll:'':: Jii-ii! CircEii CYxrtOf. : Fke da. foDoiia grippt trre i i- nothing
( ..a1S u.,,," : 13 CkascraT. !
... [romp: and efect.Tc o>One llisite
t, Engagement is for 3 Days only. ::: .zc a 1
, Ddl 41L IT-Tor e.Jta "oob CUre TB.oreparatka l
. .? April ! HA t\<.. txisiJ* to fey tte
anar jli
i icmity a rare opportunity of ha-vin: their
r 'lisi; "' ; E. T. BMawr.utr m c 'S3dIo -edy fer all throat ara tang trot,
:... .om) 3iII nit m e cetitJrt sc>:.:slat aaditsem"u.
; 1"A ac cr-scenic: .1 i St dtffttiiit->3eaiac
: :- :1LI ,- .-v... tv Cuel 2: ._t her IL It was n.a:c i,_, cure flaidIJ.
:1 one of the DOit renowned and "ojcce""fJ.lU as rehaoie .iiture scat :cre b Su tr9on m adStetc A. R. tV ie.
J tans in thr C b. Mr. Ha a Ice: hi- ail the modern appli tLc x.a. tot a e3Dfoca1 IllV5 .
: for the scientlSc adjaitiseat: of slaves to the eye There w ...l,. b. I .J.:en44l a:l4 tJa:t.a4 deicr.da.t --- -
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no Optician in the U. b. who enjoys the confidence of the peo is tiereforr: ..rier rd l1ui ceita ream arai.- Padereuai hz? avct LIS only **
! more than Mrs HawkccHis lial1cb a familiar wtri Ju.ana s-cut be asa itv b thereby: re3.re3 It seeris no matter: : sweetly i r-
l" .! hout tectija of coru>try inhabited by over twenty-fi ajijear ttc fcJi ..f Cul t fled wa lie 3ra tag o: iia c. fcwi. aad Lit sing or tow weii we {>'<*:-:e fearffi:
of people. Mr. Hakrs has prouab'y adjusted glasses to c.", ,.;;nkr be [r' bird wfe east: week iv.t'll't ies in this life sal:
use :
I eyes of more people ot national and international fame than ,Jrixl .t weeks I4aue' to tl.I3rh
11 } otter Optician Imng. This firm was tabtlsbed in l':ll ; day os J=tx, m tit l'rruv: RD'VIirE&. iaf along just the, -
a iit" piper i-.bii>e.d m,aiiimr coonIM .
EYE STRAIN l.ca. tisi aid UL t:s 1..QT
hna A. D ialisiL.
JL SI 5.ct33oaw3.LCkrt
often the cause of headache dizziness, nervousness and dim-
Orcr.l >crt.
s of .bi ll. This can be cured in many cases by the correct SUt'>t Fl.niL: _.
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. ::' of remains his C'rystalized but leases, to the eye. Call early he posi icmbia! M.cleats it :..:ubur i 3 he has other -
engagements;; for cucrt for via cosatr, io tercbv cerurr
dates. that the a *'.-... ant ioregterz is a tr 1;e ctprot w._. a. -. ', :-egzire
I. \ Caution.-I would caution the public against wring specta an-i i-t of red onc&n: !inter ci pKaaoa oar 1:1Colson ;- -: s
UI inT vet
from peddles going from house to house with a lot of specta N ltnesa Li3J and seal Liset dir: of
representing them to be Hawkes' gelling the same: grade Yircb. bw 3i.it scAKduB reE: & Rivers.
1 goods. H3.kes'J- :ctacIn are NEVER peddled. Many of SLSL. Ciert Circtit C an.
inferior glasses that flood the d!
country are positively ia'jari- V:skit, ;.an.:7 iari sa.1Uami
-> to the eye. :+ .:. ..as.ZIe
For all j E. Yosni --t "'
I Frjai -PrtSiJnt'4 U. S-, Orvtcr CktcUaJ.Eiccotie .
MuLswaYASHIXGTOX lard's Horthound Sjrap. taken in the PORi
'j I, \ Dec. 2. is&l: early stages, prove* a certaia and ,
1 A. K. HAKES ESQ.-Xly Dear Sir: I find your Cry=talucd sure specific. It U equally retire waif be L iili; :a.- Keats
wel! jited to for shall itL'Terru .11. v_. put et
my eye.; jar-seein And I
: enjoy in ,
creep and srhoopin" cocsh and if the C7tr \\.1. .iiCT Use
!1. oa nn -houtiog trips Yours very truly, used in "ea-on precepts the farther i'f aa lie ezrting lor ECU

GEOVEB"CLEVELAND.. development of coo -jiaption. Price. t2urn2Lg i-t 2

Tie Great Wa.-r'.or.... Sttitimta.A. j and >> cent Sold bf Gtj. W...: LET US FILL Yf tl-R ORDERS'

A. K. HAWKES-Dcar Sir: When I require the use cf Price. .
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,; ;; s I wear your "ant=topic Chry-talized Lease, In respect ,
., brilliancy and clearness of vi=ion, they are superior to acy The Anglo-i ason, with a slight

, =scs I hate ever.used. Ilespectfully FITZHTGH LEE., Con'l Gen to Cuba. sprinkling of Xoraan blood ha?ging : Gco. S. Hacker <&< Soy

a f about takes thing that does not
Oat of Our Grea: st Siilftaata.ME. .
belong to him. The Briton calls it
A. K. H.\WKES-Dear Sin 'The Pantiscopic glares
yon the work of
me sometime since have given excellent satisfaction.: civilization. We call it

have: tested them by Use, and must say they are unsurpassed in "benevolent as imi13tion.-
and brilliancy by any that I have ever worn

Respectfully. ""henhilJr D have earache
saturate : -
rt Es-Gov. of Ga., and U. S. Senator. a piece of cotton with Bal-
lard': Sao liniment a -
place it
A. K. HAW KES RECEIVED GOLD MEDAL in the ear. It will toy the pain

Highest Award DiDloma oi Honor quickly. Price, 23 and Zl cents. Sold d .

i For SuperiorLIen"Grinding ;and Excellency iu OH miccfactcre of ?[*c- by Geo. W. Price. -- ,
lade and Ef e t1aveS. solJ IB orrr a.** cities and towns the t:. S. -- =- --, -'

ESTABLISHED 1870. Some distinguished gentleman said 3diNrFirrrnE OFDoo
that it requires mental :
CAITIo .-Tiest FuMMit Glasses great -
are.helm fUJkJ.

Wait' For Hawkes amino jour eyK.get glasses till! sccarea*aecusci; pair oadlB..t. this to refers remain to the politics garbage Doubtless man D rn, SasiiBiinils, MOfflI!1

C1Iry..u.1iud Leases,the most brilliant spectacle lenses in existeDce ,
only. *
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Still being busied at the kitchen stole -t

until the remainder of her family Lad her a higher weed of approbation than

; co-attdi eaten. Uet\oen Derocda and her j was usually accorded to a newcomer in '
father a noisy: and \'ornl'iousClun an exclusive coterie, she wouc hate Pity

brood inter'ened-t'i-bt or ten of opened her serene gray eyes wide in ,
them. Derouda taskeptbusy attending smiling incredulity. All the girls had ,

to their need She ami hermoth-- admirers. Almost all the girls had lov

\ Look at your tongue.Is er "did" for the rest. TVev! ate r.s f ers. liut-not one of them had such a and
lover Eldred! Wier.Onemonthpassedtwothree.
it coated ? their portion whatever wax left .\i:d as ....

'. Then you have a bad neither tabor and rl'nIllNI srnecert'of eonij-'ainmg tteir! et'uns-1 j Every woman loves to think of the always there were the same tributes! And

y ttst in your mouth every t of ilo..esJicitj- Rut time when .a soft little body all her : always there was the same direct per BeautyThe
now UerotuU! ipause.
will nestle in her I
own bosom
morning. Your appetite .! in her task of pouring out the : the ydning which lies fully In I gsaUfymg deference. Theaters dinners,

Is, poor and food distresses numerous cups of milk. !I the heart of every good woman But j I flowers! bonbons, gloves, afternoon
You have "Father! It's visits, riots and drives! Alua\s the
you. good nt'J tt'P j yet there is a block cloud hovering most beautiful thing in
frequent headaches and alias HornIat! is it?" !I about the prjtt/ picture in her mind I: same low, intimate tones, jiiigerin?

f often dizzy. Your The tidings came out in a rush. "If which fJls her with terrorThe haud-prensure, the magnetic alurej :! I the world is the baby, all .
stomach are is weak and jou will go to New York for a visit: dread of childbirth takes away muchof i, ment of impassioned eyes! Ike suddenly -
the check will follow jcur letter of the joy of motherhoodAnd yet it it seen.ed-it was time to go dimples and joy. The most
acceptarce -
. your bowels are always I'herc!" need not be so. For :sometime there i II i home. Time to go back to the dull .it- I

i' constipated.There's Dtronda was the healthiest girl in i has been recommended upon the market,wellknownand tie town, to the room our the depot, pitiful thing is that same baby,
by physicians, :
an old and reliable town, but for the moment ; ahn.ment to the horde of clamorous chi'.rta n. I
" felt calledMeier's thin and in pain. And the
cure: positively weak She Kit down the Eldred! Nier was the la-t to leave the '

pitcher. The children clamored. un ; friend '' Pullman. llis uorsJupingexi-suc toured I mother does not know that a
heeded. :| the beauty of the th}', expectant face. ,
"0!" she gasped "I '! 1 His hand held hers in a close and tender little fat makes all the differ.
. must tell mother which makes childbirth as simple and
!" easy as nature intended it It is a :I j i ;clasp. He btnt his head. He spoke in a I

Then she was gone, and the over strengthening, penetrating liniment, tone that ttfrilled her. ence.
worked man with the kindly face : which the skin readily absorbs. It i: "You know-jou must know that I
1 ? waited on the children himself. i i gives the muscles elasticity and vigor I love jou! You know,could Uiave uij Dimples and joy have gone,

Those that followed were exciting i| prevents sore breasts, morning s.ck- |I way, would never let you go!" and left hollows and fear the
ness and the loss of the girlish figure.An Then ;
the train lie
dajs The little, strangling, lute began to move.
intelligent; mother in Butler Pa. 'I
rooms over the depot were the sceneof says: "V.era I tonccii Mother's l'rielllDain,1 ; I was gone. fat, that was comfort and
many confabulations, much scheming w ouM obtain 9 bottles I bad
manj' glorious hope., innumerable to Get pay Mother'$:\per bottle Friend for it.at" the drug ',I Five years later there was a tremendous color and curve-all but pity

Pht pleasant prophecies 'Hor.dn, as the store $1 fer bottle. ru"sh of travel westward. Thee- I
children called her, was going awaj-- THE SKADFlUD RECLUTOR CO., !'bt3 ki town of Wviroit vvjs one cf and love-is gone.

f' away into some vast and nty',tic' f.sirj- Atlanta, Ga. those caught in the vortex of impetuous The little
i fat
land, which Write for free i neikers. one gets no
their vivid ima?inat ns cur Illustrated book,Cefore pleasure Although three
I ;: ,Don't take a cathartic merged in the triple tcatssj of Yule 1bb9 b linen." were' many health seeker too. bcuuJ from her food. There is some-

dose and then stop. Bet- tide Heaven and the l\>irh cf Julv. for the oacitg] serenity of Colorado or

;: ter take a laxative dose Hut one day order was horn cf con () the guldtii! glory! of Cahfur&ia.!: .\ thing wrong;it is either her.food

1 each night, just enough to CUhion-soLrirty of. Ly'-terical antici is t 4.LL4L. r splrndui: Min,inrt-'ax nay -.vauingwht I

I cause one good free movement pation. That was the day Deror.ila's a snorting train disgorged' its ILVIIUI'S i I or food-mill. She has had no
trunk stood labeled and eonUd on the depot platform. .\
the day following.You on tve vcucif
feel better the :e platform-tie day J) ronda's self. nervous and! haggard of ::*!'fet. lIIan'l fat for weeks; is living on what

freshly and becomingly garbed, stood an clderlv wcn.au to alight
next day. Your hc; had stored in that
very plump
beside it. Tl.e day that :bent liert- scant show of patience he hurried her

-. appetite returns your ram and Irs. stream and all the into the ttaitirug-rcc.m. I little body of hers; and that is
dyspepsia is cured, your numerous OIlIA' lertrnn. listened : "1 tell you I've got to leave you for

headaches pass away for the vfcM'e cf the train at tIll'I I beautiful gowns, wanew to bu'er awhile,'* he desisted testily. "I've a gone. She is starving for fat;

your tongue clears up, depot cigl.t miles ve.-t: hupif around sweet it was, too. To be sure, she had} < letter to present to one of the eastern it is death, be quick !
your liver acts well, and her with growing D.r-itfLll'nt *s the : known what it way to liav officials of the hoad. llis private car is
your bowels no longer 1.!:\c!. column of frccke cane down besiege her for dances and young bang mfn 1 : due here now. I'll be back as soon sa I Scott's Emulsion of Cod

give you trouble. like the guide of those f.eeirsr hen her word. Hut in one case those upon who i can." lUt'dk&s of bier whimpered bjections Liver Oil is the fat she can
I'bsraoh \ he hurried
nmlrlurg around her in an i bad given her trihul' i off. A
vvereclumsj and |
Prb.1!'cents: AD druggists. adoring farewell which was ,ilctriner.tal i roiip-h: .har.ded country bojs. The men I j! tiful young woman most. charmlingiy take; it will save her.

? i"l ban taken Ayers Tills for 35MM to her finery if flatttring to-1( to whom her later environment. irtroI j' gowned attracted the observation of The genuine has this picture on
,and I counider them the beat her sensibility. :I, duce her pos Bade.' On pill does me more eoodthu Then the iron beast was upon them I -room. She noticed the woman sit you have not tried it. send
half a box of other luud air of breeding, of culture, of distinction for free sample, its agreeable
bn seer tried." A few passengers alighted Tome express | which can be neither bought nor I ting alone, and evidently in d'is4resi f taste will surprise you
airs hi,TALBOT, packages were handed off i hesethe 1 I "Can I be of service?" the inquired, SCOTT & BOWNE.
And she
J JWch30.11911. Arrington,KaDS.J acquired. found the melody of i Chemists
agent mechanically receiver1.! Then pausing. I
trained voices: at the opera sweetfrthan i i ,, 409 Pearl St.. N. Y.
Derouda's foot was en the first step of the triple note of the meadow |I The traveler, in apparel too elabo- SOC. and $1.00
the Pullman. The I'ngiul'rr8S1look. lark-the scent of hothouse roses more i rate and jou thful for her 3 ears, looked all druggists.
ing back to see that the agent's pretty delicious than the perfume ofild I up into the gentle face of the speaker.
daughter got on safety teeter, hepu'Ut'! !! I clover. I Her wrinkled cheeks were chalky under
the throttle. The brakeman Mocd ir- i|| And so, too, she discovered entrance their rouge, and her false curls and your wife." "Mr. Wier," khe explainedto

Ymftt going to take a long vacation. resolute The conductor loitered: along! i j: went.jn the homage of Eldred \\ier. I bonnet were awry. her han wme husband "is an old

log win travel Some o'er day.all creation deferring the.signal to start Ucaii'c I I I :Not that in his ease there was the po s-1 I' "No," she shrilled heedless of hear acquaintance of mine. But it U meet
8 Some day. the departure of Deronda for the vas I i t sibility of comparison. She had never ers. "\0 one can help me. I brought it and part. Cood-by." She swept the

Ttaogh old Japan you'll Idly roam was public property all along the line, !I j I been touched by the attentions of her I on myself. Me, worth half a million, travelers with a graceful bo*. "We
IIIdt down old FuJI.Yama'i dome. and the men who had known her since :'. former acquaintances. There had not i! to go and marry that young whipper really must go 1\0", Will dear, the
P A> cebha home she short dresses and I
wore them !
.Some day. i I been one who attracted her.henshe snapper, that leaves me here like a baleof :arriageiswaiting"CbicagoTribune.The .
; welcome when their train went bv' came east she was quite ht.'artbole goods! Not even a drink of water" f
r- Tw tin.(o to Egypt see the SphlnX were interested in this joungbird- i I and fancy free. But missiles-the The young woman brought her a Progressive Shah.

Too wm climb Some the day.Pyramids. mettlnka, flight of hers from the overflowing j; gentlest of missile*-well directed, diJi glass of water set straight the disordered The present shall Is 40 years of age.

Born day: family nest. ;j their deadly and delicious work. Perhaps hair and bonnet, and fanned the :.I Since his accession to power he Las
Sail op the vast mysterious Nile A tentative whistle quivered in the |I founded
these would not have been a o agitated old face, talking pleasantly a number of elementary
: ,Jot Shoot kodak at the tetlv crocodile air. !I promptly effective, even if hurled by the while. : schools all over Persia. He has put
everything the while. I
,,' Some day. "Good-by, Deronda! Have a good Dan Cupid's unerring band, had Deron-i i "I am. here." she said, "to meet my an end to the vicious system of farming
time!" Derond'a father gave her a hard l da realized that she was the bright particular husband. lie is one of the directors of the taxes and made the collection
To Italfl classic Some snores day. you'll hie. lKueeze.ofthehand. There wast he peckof I star of the seaau. Iladanjoueto'.d r the road. There-hi? special has just of the revenue a state affair He has '11'

let XiplcT,Bay and refuse to dU a kiss between these two who loved +I her that her piquant.golden-brown: come in! Ill' is coming this vvaj." She reorganized the postal system on the
Some day.' each bcautj, her unconscious air of aloof- I rose eagerly. "There is soaie one witiiejhim. same basis, and in time lack of rail-
_, Aloof the tourlat'i usual groove other so dearly. : Efts, her of ." She ways in the country will be
repose, begotten prait took a >t.-p forward. \\.1- reme-
And the
: Entranced, with dreamful eyes, you'll train was speeding east I -
move', ward. I liCe and placid daily duty, had won for 1 come, \\'il: !" as the s-tatelj! man vvfcj died.

IM tU Pompeii and climb Vesoov, I Ah, that was a marvelous world intoi ; ,4_ | had hastened1 her side bent snl
Some day I kissed her.
i i which Deronda 'uett-a word where Remarkable Cures of Rheumatism: .
TWO 4t old BOOM, and the Holy Land. j one wore 'dainty clothes from 'dawn i "If wasn't for this scrap par'. t STRIKES A RICH FIND.
the Vindicator Uutherford-
From ,
Some I
Pick -- day. i till dawn! A world whtre the chief F.1dredbt' rt'sfnfullil ws" rl 1 r "I was troubled for several year
llMUi OIIllIdIa'l coral strand, ton, N l'.i "The editor of the Vindicator I
short by a sharp raeamticn. \\ i j.
Some day. I, function of the women was to charm : has had occasion to test the tl'I with chronic indigestion and nervous
"Ptort the Islands of the ocean. i that of the men to serve with the mo:t asdea'b Kid redV;n staret' u! Dtr li":1' "
eftcacy of Chamberlain's Pain Balm debility, writes F. J. Green, of Lan-
WtUuught to stay your locomotion I I Leijhton. She looktil fu.i. Lice: "J ti! .
And the meld of admiration -
", oermr you may take the notion uquisitecourtl'sy. j t%-Ice \\'ithth.most remarkable results caster, X. II., "\o remedy helped
shriveled: od creature on !I.t '-.1- ?-
1' Bom day.Ak she received when her western i in each case Fir-t, with rheumatism : J'.lId" me until I began usinjj Electric Hitters
jlhill was whj he had rexr :
dresses had been discarded for in the s.houl.ler from whichhe
,truitlat brother, you will An. I sufered e cruVi.itiiisj! pain for ten i had never code! '1'11s: waw'/; !=Li lutu which did me more good tliari
Twrt done this Some day days. wttich was relieved with two : fancied her heart was broken: until "a all the medicines I ever used.rrl ey
only In
your I
Some day Ii I' applications Pain Balm, rubbing; better man drew nigh!'' have also kept my wife in excellent

Sot wbes Uf Journeyg over,and i the part altli..tl"\l and realizing i a"Mr.. Wier!" The gliwmering smile health for j ears. She says Electric
y Jotdan'a stormy banks you Itane!. CASTORIA stant benefit anti entire relief in a
!in her radiant! eyes maddened him. "I Bitters
Yoybe lo"l'" the Promised Land. I short time. Second, in rte are just bileiulid for female
very euLave
la..:. Someday. I For Infants and Children. I I ml ism ii thigh joint, almost prosi been making the acquaintance of I troubles; that they arc a grand tonic
"Millie.i' _
Kind You Have Always BoughtBears i I tratinghim with severe pain, which -- I and invigorator for weak, run down
jibe I relieved two applicatiorubbing j i .
: j' I was by ir- I your LIOIlll pae allll o ir j women. No other medicine can take -
+ TTT T4fr i with the liniment oa net KEEP ) (
'fr ; the Ag 1 ing at night, and getting up free and di
PRAIRIE I QUEEN | [ Signature of from p in."Ibr sale by Ceo.V.. healthy condition by taking Hood's I Only Mo. Satisfaction guaranteed

,ti..It t..ttttttttttttt+ i. I'rie t'. Sarsaparilla ani IOU will be WELL, I by Geo.V.. Price and Watts d. Son.

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cried the agent's hearty voice.
;. ***. he had carried the mail bags I I .. 0
V from tie depot he had 0
waited until
the1roolltellt. were distributed. That I &

'u lot s long time. It never was in I J.

;ealoe And Bright the sacks had
lot \1 of sufficient weight to tax I

: .ia Taal SUollr ilouMeri. But out of their i -- A: ERRCS

'. ,"I sous had comp surprise for him, 0 p
U opportunity for Deronda. i ,

.;".j t oele T Ones an DoDaId.(uru.A check lt', .a?"letter from !, 0

while, at Christmas aII I
, tiJ4 I letter
. inclosing a check ar-
tired from Donald Bertram, of New .
; "turi, brother who found his

'; ,petty fen. nlarJ u station master of the I
: l4cut o oRSThEYOUR
Nebraska town quite in-
;- ;: .r MnnU with the need of a WILL

--Feat:" e M4 of increasing tfcch Inclosure family with hailed gratis the-

s >' ? h4 elation.

,.. w>*looked at him from her opposite

!.t.c .t the table where she presided .
f Jlother in true western fashion
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The Citheu WASHINGTON LETTER. are trying to placate all the hostile" i'HHim2lUU ilnt!!!;!UUU

-Reporter. elements within the republican par-

Krmo our regular correspondent ty. They threw a sop to the Anti-

A. E. DODD,Aoutut.Editor. The republican syndicate, which 1 known that Lieut. Gov. Caldwell, I Tne eon ring nin 1

Official Newspaper of Colombia County and had made extensive and expensive I who is counsel for the State Liquor

; the Towa of Late Qty.Florida. preparations to loot the Philippines, Dealer's Association, would not be \'

under land and timber concessions and then to prevent ) NHN
Published, evny Friday at Lake City. Fla. public I renominated, OF MRS. LYDIA T. FUNK'S
Office-South ot Courthouse Square.AdwriiifgLI. are making things warm for i! any disgruntlement among the liquor I. MMMH =

r .*Fnaiited Application. the administration and demandingthat i iraeri, promised Caldwell that he'': S

yo -r- promise made to them be kept. I : Will take place Friday and Saturday,_
Enteredln, laiceCtty ap- MM
postcfflce.av ttecoad
"% s class matter. There is one obstacle-the Hoar I =

f amendment which was added to the 1 made sure that Senator Foraker's ; | Mar. 29th & 30th. =

Subscription $1.00 Per Year Phillipine amendment to the Army I friends will do no kicking by prom- i! ..

t "--j bill. Although that amendment sing him that his candidacy for reelection -i JJj The public are Cordially invited to Attend No Cards.mi&xmQ&x E

r.fritDAY, MARCH 29, 1901 specifically prohibits the grantingof should be endorsed by the i i $ .& .-

A, .- '- those concessions, the representatives state convention. Still, with all !iI .*&*.;...;ZiWrtMsUZXiuTK. .... > .

of the looting syndicates are i I that they seem to be afraid that the i 1
':NEIDs OF THE CouN rY. -- _
3 demanding that it be ignored, and Democrats will carry the state. >, --

some of them are claiming that Secretary I a:2o.r; c? ;! ;<. g; .!g; ;;z. z.g
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Columbia county will never attainto Root favor meetin their demands The Florida Press Association, I .?b t:::;;" (S;. :::;;' ; '

that degree of prosperity which .. which held its annual session at Mi- j I Ii'I

her natural advantages have madepossible i| ami, adjourned last Friday. The I II
i The traditional bull in a China- THE FLIGHT OF J
until her people consent to I I Florida Press Association Bulletin, TIME- I
shop did not create more consternation -
I the erection of an adequate court than Babcock, : edited by members of the association
!i house, large enough to accommodatethe was a grand success. The association Leaves of -
of Wisconsin, is creating among the a processua straggling: hu- f.WJ
1 J officials and the court, and furnished Pensacola
will meet at next
trust bound republican bosses by inanity behin.l. Out it doesn't leave y
1 with fireproof vaults that will talking up the merits of his anti year where it is the intention to issuer i/i1 us heh-ind. We have too much at stake ,.t

: insure the safety of the public trust bill, which he introduced another composite paper. It was 'fIi to allow that. We're right up with -I

f records; and until they become so the close of the last Congress, and solved that it was the sense of re-I I tli the times in every respect. That's -

convinced of the importance of good which he will re-introduce. It will association that an excursion to Buf- tfJ why we're pretty nearly the hole i
roads that they shall vote for theiri
construction. be remembered that the bill, as introduced falo should be taken some time in .:".. show in our line of business.
i for of September, and the president and WI i
provided a repeal
i We think that if 1i4
'; any one will taketbe the duty on all manufactured steel secretary were instructed to make $ Goods and
pain to inquire into the matter Dry Clothing.
that will and Iron, its avowed -purpose beingto i arrangements for it, and the invita
they unhesitatingly favor I tion of the Pan-American Exposition
prevent the big steel trust making I
the erection of
: bouse. We want a it substantial distinctly understood court our people pay extortionate pricesfor i Company for the association to visit 0 M. L. Plympton & I
its products. Mr. Babcock, who'I the exposition was accepted. +
that the ,
agitation for a new I __ __ ,
., court house did not originate in the is now in Washington, bas received I'' Stops the Cough and Works off the '
so much encouragement of supportfor cull Opposite Court House.
city. The agitation was not localized 'I Cold.
his bill, that he has announced i
but came from section of
every Laxative Tablets
Bromo-Quinine '
; the county. The new building is not his intention to broaden it, so as to cure a cold in one day No cure, no I II I II '"'J, ;Ji=F ::J.pZ:. : ;' :?=J ;P ?;j ?S; 'p. ;pp i"
hit two more trusts-tin plate and I!I ,:
: wanted, as has ignorantly been remarked pay. Price 25 cents. i --
f for the "beautification of plate glass-by adding clauses r e- ,I -- - -- -- -

. Lake City." Of course it would Dealing the tariff on plate glass andtin Coming.Famous, I ."",................ "........... "",...".....,,"'...,," "' '
A. K. Hawkes
the Atlanta
plate. He has also served notice
: adorn our county, and our fity, for I ; .
ta Optician, direct from the home
the bound
trust th
J that matter, but who is fool -Ion republicans
: to base upon this his only reason for I the bill shall not be ,pigeonholed inI office of this great Optical Honse, or : MEN ARE DOUBTLESS IN A l

; objection. I committee, and upon republicans in one of his practical Opticians, will

general, that if they do not join him remain at the store of his agent
Then there is the of
f roads. The greatest tax the peoplenow in curbing the trusts, they will see a Watts & Son, for three days only, beginning = QUANDARY OVER THE WEATHER

have to is to their patty put in power that will. It is April'8th.. This will give the I
pay sandy

road-beds. Would they not better certain that the democrats will sup-I I:i citizens rare opportunity of Lake City of and having vicinity their a ."........"'6"" "' "'......"".....,....'""" fi1.1'44ti-,:
the bill in the CongressI
enjoy paying a lesser tax and at the port next I i I. eyesight tested FREE by one of the )
same time be afforded the pleasure and if Mr. Babcock can get as many I most renowned as well as reliable I We don't make it: i: we did we would probably -

. and comfort of traveling on smooth, republican votes as he thinks be can; I Opticians in tne Unsted States. "j al' ice be sorely about seven tempted days to give in the you week natnr-for .f i ._

! hard roads? We believe all the power of the trusts cannot I Mr. Hawkes has all the modern appliances quite a spelL While anticipating a cool f -

; and that the great bulk of they the people would ,, prevent its passage by the House.I;i, of Spectacles for the and cientiffc Eye-Glasses adjustment to the # handy wave.it listfor won'LIlurt.quick reference.however to gin you a fALL j .._,._.-.

i of the cuatp desire improved road ''I Senator Burrows has dressed up j| eye. There is no Optician in the I IN .
1 ways. the bugaboo of a reduction in the j' United States who enjoys the confidence J
of the Need of new Shoes, Slippers or footwear of -
:Congressional representation of I people more than Mr.
t Two
great questions confront the I any kind and who are not in
Hawkes. -
f : those states which have disfranchised name is a familiar, I -
people of Columbia county: Shall | word throughout a section of the P
illiterate voters, and is coddling FAVOR OF j
i we erect a court house commensurate country inhabited by over twenty-
j : with the needs of the county, it as earnestly as though it five millions of people. Mr. Hawkes high prices for goods of inferior *
quality style or fit should
,, and shall the public highways be improved were a bran new baby and he were has probably fitted glasses to the I etOn ,
: its daddy. He has also discoveredand eyes of more people of national and THAT HOTIONFaying
?- We
hope the peopwill'talk le international fame than any other *
! these announced a veritable mare's Optician His j themselves which will
questions,over among living. wonderful success bring them here: j
. nest-that Congress has is due to his of tor a purchase at our store is always money ,
themselves and we are sure that they authority to superior grade saved. Let everybody
make glasses, and to the confidence the I -
will decide in the affirmative. We a new Congressional apportionment t
people have in his ability as a practical ; SAY "AYE"Risen -
at time.J. .
i invite discussion and gladly offer our any Optician. This firm was established ,

columns for that purpose. Pierpont Morgan had a long in 1370, nearly thirty years # asked to come here. as we ;
guarantee the best Shoe
private conference values on
Senator ago. the
market for the least
i Director True Visits Hanna in Washington a day or two Call early as be will positively remain money K-
Experiment but three days, as he has other
ago. It was given out that the DRY GOODS I
Station. conference engagements for later dates. Ca t CLOTHING,
was in regard to a new annexto TION:-These famous UNDERWEAR *
I A. C. True of Washington, director glasses are never NECKWEAR,
the big steel trust, to control all peddled.-.
i of the office of experiment stations, i i i! vessels engaged in carrying iron ore ----- : HOSIERY, SHIRTS, NOTIONS, ,
United States Department of Agri- FAMILY JARS DRESS *
'. i on the great lakes, Mr. Hanna being GOODS, CAPES
culture;was in the city last week on are more often the result of indigestion CLOAKS .
heavily interested AND
I in that traffic. It JACKETS _
his than
periodical visit to the Experiment anything else. Dyspepticsare
is also highly probable that Mr. Morgan usually irritable, nervous ..... .. ... ,
Station. cranky I "." .. .."'''', "'....." .
I issued a few orders for the ad individuals who make trouble for all ''''."" "
"The Lake "
City Station, said Mr. those around
them. Dr.
ministration Loyal Ford
to follow in
True, "is working smoothly, and Is with his dealing Dyspepticide makes the stomach +, WE CAN SUIT YOU PI!
trusts and
t doing effective work. Just now It is other interests, right and restores health and happiness

1 I I giving: attention such foods to cattle as the foods velvet, particularly -, man prefering to contribution wbvn to give he gave those, rather his orders big than to campaign the directly in the--household.Notice. :I 1 J. E, INMAN & COMPANY f.

bean Baker
bean and
cassava which
to Mr. McKinley. Every member of the Methodist .
I may be economically grown in Flori Through the efforts of a.rival concern church is earnestly requested to PHONE NO.4. t
da. The 7 NEAR .
experiments are conductedon a scandal that was hushed up I at church j 3 DEPOT.be ,

two lines. The foods are studiedas by has the become War Department a year ago March 31st, as next a matter Sunday of great morning importance .1 4I ." ''''''''.....,,''' .....,,'''''''''''',.....,,'''...... :'
flesh producers public. The Drugs I ,
records being kept to our progress is to be
Seabury Gun and Ammunition at-I'
Company --
as the cattle tended to. ----
I are fed, and they are which was given free use of I ---- -- -- ,..
also studied from the point of view government machinery in the Frank FEED PISTON, Pastor. .

of their digestive and assimilative fort Arsenal, to enable it to fill it* I bo 0 bdbdbCb0 70 bGt ?01 1000 GOlb' b b0 o i00 Otb0 b0 0 6

I qualities. Valuable work is contracts with this government, and Attention Farmers 1 m

I done in the investigations of being the liveries while it was months behind in its de The best place to buy hoes, plows, Lfl. Watchmaker ;jm
it dropped United States rakes
and all kinds of tools is at ,
1 white fly, destructive to oranges, and work and accepted two contracts for Wright's, as you have the
1 the remedies for the pest." similar work from the government of stock of hardware in Lake City largest to m Jeweler I Graduate Optician-ScienLBcutuuK
I "I find the agricultural Colombia, using the machinery be select from. c.uod spettacUs. Musical ,
people longing to this government tQmake @ Eugraviug a Spicialty
Florida more hopeful and generally them. When ---- and
Secretary Root's
at Optician.
j a materially improved condition tention was called to the matter he LCCAS COrs ry. f""
as compared with what I found on j tasked the contractors to make an Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the
; explanation, which they did senior partner of the firm of !'. J. Cheney & ;:,,,.. That,.
my last visit to, the state severa ing that the by say Co.. doing business In the city of Toledo UJJ our blsiness-and Tif? we are doing our bet to please jf
Colombian county and you give you the best!service.
contracts state > UI
I. years ago. The :farming and fruit I were profitable and that they needed firm will pay tile aforesaid sum of OSH and tbat Haws!>ai
f growing intesests of the state are the money, or words to that effect that DOLLAHS fur each and every case ot catarrh. .:". toywb"re.U' ..
cannot be cured
t And Secretary Hoot by the use ot Hall s \ E'eTliTrh'Jgie e11 we guarantee and in
undergoing rapid development and accepted that Catarrb Cure FKASK J. Cans protect you your III
as a satisfactory explanation. Sworn to before me and 'ffi1. every way-in Prices and in Quality.
expansion, and this But subscribed in my tli'WBT.
. expansion, owing I the end is not yet. The rival company presence, this 6th day ot December, A.U. .
to the great diversity of the is
soil and threatening a suit in *
, court, and -
products of Florida is moving on numerous in any event the matter will be 3}SIAL. f i A. WCLSSeoa.d Notary Public. ,- T. RADFORD.

I. lines. This leads to the suggestion from in Congress. |' Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken ,' : !
Governor internally
Udell of '
York and
who acts
that the state might has directly on the blood and mucous I !
very jumped into notoriety by his !i surface of the system Send tor u
casting timonial.
w ell jdo .., I'!'
something to encourage thework ( off Boss Platt's collar, is being free. F CHENEY &Co., Toledo,a j
of the experiment station I groomed, according to insideWash i i Sold Hall bv druggists Tac. I'I
by i Family Pills are the best I
liberal appropriations to the Agricultural ington gossip, as New York's anti- j I -- I: M );;.;
p Teddy candidate for the Republican i
College. The station is I represent nine of i
supported the best F

: fund,, but by the on $15,000 account from of the the Hatch great spoken Senator of Fairbanks as the administration continues in to 19 can-(be!. in Insurance the United Companies States and doing will busing ire"t 11 Tanto stones .

O MDnum Dbl .
'- diversity of' crops and soils in Florida, I I jdidate tion but the man the pleasure'in insuring your ; .

2 the fund is not sufficient to carryon and will really get wishes nominated. to see if nominated there is I I I I also write accident Insurance proper f'.s' '

the work as it deserves. In otherwords the slightest chance of doing so I I The Fidelity and Casualty. T. R, Georgia Vermont '

there Are.so many importantproblems without splitting the party, is Mar Hodges, office opposite Baptist and Italian Harble.Lugand _

relating to agriculture and. cus na's A. Haana. Of course it is Han- church. 'Phone 34. Granite Monuments, Headstones.'bbl.... '
cue now to Statuary Also Steel and
Wrought Iron ;
poopooh F .
talk nces.
horticulture any : Parties
in Florida needing Marble ,
that the his being their interest to work will and it to-
a write for
candidate us
but all the designs and prices. All Work Guar.ntaed
amount of money goer little way same he intends to get that nomination To Cure a Cold in One Day .
only as compared with the same if he can. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Marble \

amount instates where,the productsare The Ilanna- IeKinley crowd realze lets. All druggists refund the Company,
that money
COD fined to a few they have no cinch la the state if it fails to VMUDOSTM. GEORGIA. lymarf '
cure. E.
ilt:1pIe-croplt. ia W. Grove's ,
., campaign Ohio .
Nbgt. this year_so .
,they signature is
un each bos. :25c .'<.I t.f"

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. Established 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 5

Mr. J. A. Orme of Macon, who was .i I You Know Whit You are Taking
; r;.. e I
( formerly manager of the Parker When you take Grove's Tasteless A LOT OF BRICKFOR
r House, ia visiting in the city. .I Chill Tonic because the formula is

r : Spring Opening j Like bad dollars all counterfeits ofl I! plainly printed on every bottle showing SALE BY .

DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are I III I that it is simply iron and quinine
worthless. The original quickly I in a tasteless form. No cure no pay.
: Wednesday and Thursday Mar. 2Tth & 28th II I
. cures piles, sores and all skin dis- 50 cents. b.... ..... ..... .... ..... "T; ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ......
J\ eases. A. R. Wise.
. Special: display of Pattern Hats.Novelties children's Header : I I r
i \A wear and Fancy Goods You and your trtends are cordially tJ I Persons who cannot take ordinary I
r J invited. I I. %. .
pills find it a pleasure to take De- I ,

-c -HISS H. R1LEY I Witt's Little Early Risers. Theyare t tAre
\ :
the best little liver pills ever i I OUR SPRING GOODS
: Leading Milliner. made. A. R. Wise.
V coming in and are a charming / plot
Don't wait until your property is f -', t

I:!:! JLJL3LiIJL.1Local burned but take out fire protectionin # First Spring Opening, r ? I

advance. Call on T. R. Hodges
T- who represents nine of the best com- :

News Notes. I I.tr. .I. Prettiest, best and cheapest line panies. Office opposite Baptist 1 Friday and Saturday, I T t ,, -

. of wash dress; goods; at A. B. Brown's church. 'Phone 34. #
,I MftRGH .
:' Surprise Store. Mr. Joe Quincess is having a one I t
'I'cO to Kearsev & Hutson for your I I 29th and 30th :
I It Carter's Home Bakery is the place story 2ox60 foot brick building erect

,fancy candy. I to buy nice, fresh bread, cakes, pies, ed alongside the building occupied by I #
; ,Frank Appel b spending the week etc. Baked daily. W. M. Pennington'b bar, on corner MRS. T. N. MILTONMonroe I
Jacksonville. railroad and Marion Mr P. I
; in I Beautiful display newt:it designs of streets.; ,
all kinds cheap at J. Becks has the contract. Block. Marion St.
: Garden seed of : flowers at the reliable millinery store I cerrn.r*

;., Young's drug store. of Mrs. Mrs. Funk's. We would respectfully call the at-
from 10 at A. B. Beautiful tention of the members of the school
: Window shades up line of pants; and shirts,
_. __'_ _'_ h __
Brown's Surprise Store. shoes, hats, very cheap at A. B. board to the fact that the city pub-
J received new line of baby Brown's Surprise Store. lic school building needs painting and -' () ).<)!( ).< )!( (\..<) >t( ( ().( )!< )".
r Just a &*& a.: ....a:.: .JIk&. a'M
caps at Mrs. L. T. Funk's. Pigfeet, Mackeral, Codfish, Picklein needs it badly. It would pay to have MM
I this building neatly painted at once.
Seed peas, beans and corn almost bulk, Butter and Cheese at Hear-

t at cost at Young's drug store. sey & Hutson's-phone 20. Mr. Winfield Smith who has beenin .

Everything new and up-to-date atA I Despite the bad weather, the peach the employ of the grocery firm of s4 t4.

Brown's Surprise Store. and pear trees around town show Brown & Co., of this city, for some
still the order signs of an abundant yield. time past, severed his connectionwith I r-l RESERVED FOR IiI
{ Improvements are the firm this week to accept a

of the day-and there are more to Mr. M. Stein left Monday for New position with M. Stein at High I Lott W. Johnson & Bro.
follow. I York to purchase his new stock of Springs. Y

i Fresh fancy and stick candy can spring and summer goods. Our genial friend, P.. T. Radford, i Et

'. ,always be found 'at Carter's Home I ill Fine sailor display and walking of new shapes duck hats for ladies, both has been "wrastling" with a full r PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT. f aYA4 1M

Bakery. and children at Mrs. L. T. Funk's grown attack of the grip for the

Paints, oils glass, putty and varnishes April is the last month in which I past few days, but we are glad to : r HM

in any quantity at Young'sdrugstore. note that "Bobbie" proved the win- f
the cows and horses will be, permitted -
to roam within the city limits. I ner, and is again stationed at his\\ tl
! Mixture-the greatest blood of business.Mr. v
7" place Pf, ,lw t'Qtrar er w '
I There are no dull times at \. B.
; 'purifier of the 20th century. Young's I i Brown's Surprise Store, low cash! I! C. W. Nelson, of St.Louis, Mo., )+<)+() )+()+()+().()+<)+< <) () ).()+().<}.<).< <)+< <> >+(>+<)

; Drugstore. prices are better Quaker medicines.; representing the Ballard Snow Liniment .

Nice calicoes and lawns, the fie I Co., who, by the is a
trade now 4c, at A. B. Brown's Sur- Don't forget the Grand Millinery pleasant gentleman to way meet up with very, ..........................
at Mrs. T. N.
Opening Milton's, Fri-
prUe Store. either in business or for a social chat, .
day and Saturday, March 29th and .
"The fad of the season, the "1800\ :30th. was a pleasant caller at the CITIZF M. STEIN :

hat," all styles, at Mrs. Funk's Order your Hams Diamond "C"brand REPORTER office last Saturday. His ,
millinery store. I II company believes strongly in the ) S LEFT FOR NEW YORK, MONDAY EVENING TO BUY
I fresh Sausage in preservelinand .
M. Connell returned home of ink and is
Mr.H. I use printers' liberally j
I Sunlight breakfast bacon, from SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. i
from Ocala last Saturday, where he advertising its medicines in this pa- ,
Kearsey & Hutaon, phone 20.
ku been visiting relatives and per. j I Will.know you the Prettiest Colors Best Quality and Lowest Prices on
,friends Mrs. T. N. Milton's: is the most good ever brought to Lake City. call and look over our!stock we have .
The Military Ball at the Armory j everything you can call for-Prices the Lowest
, The iprlng terms of the circuit popular. First place Spring to buy Opening your Friday Ea..terhat. tonight under the auspices of Mr.
s Ladies and Mens S
Dress Goods Clothing.
courts are no. opening and in 'the and Saturday, March 2Uth and 30th. Baya Harrison, bids fair to be a i

lear future we will have our usual Mr. Frank Chase, the gentlemanly a grand success. The music for the WE HAVE THE NICEST LOT OF .
of the Cable Piano Co., of occasion will be furnished by the I
We handle only leading brands in Jacksonville, was in the city this Philharmonic Sextette. Mr. O. M.j. : White Law 40-in wide 2 c $ up-:
Groceries. attentionto
Fancy ,
Prompt ,
week transacting business for his Kinnison will act in the capacity of
all orders. Kearney & Hutaon. floor manager, with Col. M. M. Scar- To busy to write 'ad'-call: and see Goods and get Trices. .

Phone 20. inn.All the ladies of Lake City and vicinity -j borough, Jr., leading in the grand .r------.M. STEIN.. _. ms :
Now it the time to cleanse
your march. j
t are invited to attend Mrs. 1'

system does of impurities.it. thoroughly."7"Young's Mixture N. Milton'a hats spring and millinery showing novelties of fine, Mr. S. M. Grubbs, overseer four for Mr. i. .iseeseeesos.sss.......

S. P. Buie's farm, about miles
Drugstore. Friday and :Saturday, March 2Jth and
south of this city, was in the city -. '- n. -
The dwelling house of Mr. J. W. I
JOth.We this week and paid this office a pleasant -
f Lane,now in the course of erection, carry a large and wellselectedstock
call. lIe is just finishing plant
onDuvalstreet of drugs and chemicals of all
is rearing
ing a large crop of cotton. He I I
I completion.The kinds-anything you want and see
: claims to have made the best record
attempt is being made to make advertised call at Young's Drug- I II
known with a cotton planter, having
New Stock W. B. Corsets
the store. ;
commencement of the Florida planted ten acres in nine hours; and I
Agricultural Misses Florence and Bettie Shep- I
College better this year eighteen minutes. ,,
than ever before. pard, two charming young ladies of .
fakirs" have been -
The "street putting
"Jtn.Funk has recently remodeled Sandersville Ga., are spending a I
and painted the Interior of h>r inilImery short season In the city visiting relatives : in full time in the city! this I
store and is dally receiving I week, and the unwary pedestrians II
;t leer new stock of goods.Mr.'S. ._ I I have fallen victims to that old familiar I
!I Men ,
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes New Medium Is an "Erect
P."Buie is having another ladies' and childrens'. Slippers, red, j cry_''we are not going to sell I\I Style 115 length summer model Style I 70 Korm"made ot model Im-

he story brick building erected adJoWag black and tan. Pretty, good "and a single article, but just simply going I llatUte-handsome trimmed top Jean trimming at top with
,tit one occupied by Bule Brown's Surprise to give 'em away"-like chaff before I and bottom with dainty % lace inch S and.book ribbon.c1a. 1:-
blue rb-
B. ; lace and $1.00ported
A. baby $1.00 p.
;: .lIroI.. on Borth. Marion. cheap at a "summer shower." The "other bon. , .Prlce I . . Price
r Store. j jTo I
; A number of our people have been alterative I fellow" now smiles gently to him- '
,, complaining" of their wells cavpg in effect,produce the blood a kidney and liver I..1 self as he fingers the nimble dollar- i I i

> 'dace< the recent rains, thereby ren must be thoroughly treated. "7" it was ever thus. i I I
> 1ng the water unfit for use.
o Mixture acts on all. Young's Drug- The majority of our farmers are j
f Cterk of Court M. M. Scarborough which
store. now busy planting their crops, I! .
Thursday_for Jacksonville to at Miss Vv'avie Skaggs, who has been of course gives our little city the
:: the JflS. L YOUNG
$ convention of County Clerks during the past : of having "taken a day
1 ;_ .Wc\ \b [session in that whiting in this city appearance I thy t'e.
city. \
month, guest of the Misses Vinzant, I off." The only thing occuring this i GOOd \ :

:, ;tr'W.B. Johnson, of Blackville, returned to Jacksonville last Friday week to break the monotony was the I S, Hardware, rrurThis

.&C..Ii spending a few weeks in the I evening. "free performance" given on the

"arty 011 a hunting and fishing vaca I has in the last "trick"bicycle
'tion.n. I Mr. Dave Raulerson streets Wednesday by a I
Mathis.; rider-and to his; -
; fine dwelling say gyrations I
of erection a
!af\i\ Woln leaves Sunday after- course and acrobatic feats pleased the ,.
Ilernamlo st.
,too"for Jacksonville house on his lot on I spectators, wont half express it.
to accept a :Messrs. Hodges & Cribbs being the ,
toSfa with thg Cable Piano Co., of \ contractors.Mra. The city was thrown in a state of .

v City u traveling salesman. F. Watts, of 507 N. Hernando I I commotion by the alarm of fire at
;, met Lee returned home having extensive about 1 o'clock last! Monday evening.The .

,:' \c SUrday from High Spring where street Improvements, has been made on her dwelling I II fire company immediately responded Space Belongs to
: hu. been In : !
: the employ of M. hichaddsagieatdeal to the ap- with all the implements
"wafer the past month or two. I of same. necessary to fight the flames.; The ;,
.J, : Understand that a number of Millions of people are familiar fire was in a little unoccupied dwell- THE DOLLAR BAZAAR

I! 'i-Iton Lots our sister towns will with DeWitt's Little Early Risers, ing west of Marion street, near the .

' 4 :*1nttendance'at the Military Ball them find themto G. S. &: F. track. The firemen worked

r.tobe given l at the Armory tonight. and be those famous who little use liver pills. Never manfully, using fifteen hundred feet I c The Place in the to
f Wise. i I of hose to reach the fire, but the Cheapest County
There R
fa. A.
always danger in using: flames. had reached such headway
: ::; COOntictfeigsfDeWitt's Witch IL 1- I The ladies are cordially invited to' that the building was totally de- ;, Buy Goods.

, ', &1f The original ill a safe attend our Spring Opening of fine stroyed. It was the property off i jI .
4 UdCtrtah Friday and Saturday, Messrs. J. D. Callaway and R. W.
, t ig10pfiusgandbealin for pile8. It is a March 29th and 30th. Mrs. T. N. I Adams.; Loss covered by insurance.Secure .
I c
<"lt aU skin diseases cure A. R.for Wi sores se.I Milton, Monroe Block, Lake City. _-_ .". -- -I h: Nothing Over One Dollar,

---'= The Lake City Fish and Oyster Co., I I t BUT THE MOST FOR THAT DOLLAR.

: which has recently opened up at the the services of .

city market is handling 110th salt and Piano Turner I .
our expert
= \Can
give snore Rtdis- c
would appreciate -
, fresh water fish and Nuf Sed,
Prof J.
_, faction on'a Piano trade the patronage of all citizens.Mr. and llepiiirer, I

, ai j Gt Clark, while he is .in YOURS TO PLEASE,
any. other Music Joseph Finely, one of Madi- t
\ U All his work
.. Highest grade son's gallant young gentlemen, was LaKe City.
, H. F. URI E.
J. w NSt prices. "rusticating" in the city last Monday gua/antet'd bv us. LAKE CITY FLA.T" .

, 'C.TIR & DOROUQII. among his; old friends. Come I CARTER & DOKOUGH.ttrilKOK .

f-3 again "Joey," we are always glad to BI-OTK. J.

see you. .

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I I I II Rates on Plant System nileage: Tickets Choice Vegetables i <$ $M<>$MMMMfH$2

in Florida Reduced. i
Poison oak ; : I "
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 2i ii, ]001.1 I .
high prices.To
I Plant System reduced price ofi i i always

I, Poison ivy ) J the mileage 25th tickets instant good to $25.00.in) Florida Mileage oa i: raise them success- Go $20 t.I t.

are the best known '
among tickets may, therefore, now be par- .
of the many dangerouswild fully a fertilizer containing -
plants and shrubs. chased of the Plant System agents ,
I I Teachers and ProsDective Teachers \ \:
To touch or handle them I/l $ good in states of Florida, Alabama, a
least 8
quic produ cs siVellinj iff@ :i
c Georgia, South Carolina and over the i will find Revi.'wC lx.vs at tU- LjkiCitvColkgt -
r andinflammationwithin- : .
I tense itching and burning I If Atlantic Coast Line' U. 1-'. & P., and Potash should be used. I: W O '

f of the skin. The eruption ; Pennsylvania Railroad between '
. soon disappears, the sufferer I i Quantico and Washington, at $;;';.0.1. j i $20
hopes forever; but =--- i method of Our books furnish useful information on ..
and convenient .
I A cheap except railroad !*re for mtrm
almost the little blisters and
as r.oonS
all subjects relating to f-'eud fur circular'.toO
\ pustules appeared the poison had reached traveling. The interchange fea- J f O
the blood, fend will break out at regular tures of Plant System mileage booksfill crop rating. They a-e ,
free.GERMAN. W. r. YOGWtLake City fla. -
i I intervals and each time in a more aggravated : a long-felt want. ct sent r ;
form. This poison will loiter in the ,
: system for years, and every atom of it Mileage books in the hands of pa- 1 KALI WORKS >G Yr, -f.

i. must be forced out of the blood before you I sengers, contracts of which do not 93 Nassau Street, 0

t can expect a perfect, permanent cure. admit of their use in Florida, will lie I .9 New \orlc. 1/p' !> f

Antidote honored by conductors Florida regardless i -. -- -
: of such restriction, upon : =
:I SSSNalurets (I presentation. I City Delinquent Tax Sale.

i poisons I See ticket agents or write.B. 1 XtrtifM"i-ttvln}.' em1 that the OilQAing tiCMr.lK-t' lafiK\! Ii" "llJ. at PIIbUc '
itm the MMinida the Ui aol Aril 1.1111.: ,,' trout III the 'oun buuw. to saust
is the for Poison Oa' Poison W. \C1t> SN. I II jI : } Iutt c
only -i WJi in tintoivnif Laki. c'oluuibit IOU'Itr. "t' o much II not aswinbe
j i Ivy, and all noxious plants. It is cornposedexclusively Passenger Traffic Manager, Plant J -- to pay the amou i! lue loi '.a.\i i.trr.iiiirlupiuiu. the ":lU! to.! -they with east lit
of root sand herbs. Now I I Iis I sale anti advert u&g. .
Ii : Savannah Oa.I Now Cliaffee i. be i\'en chanceto .
System, :: a t---------------- .- -- --
+ the time to get the poison out of your --
''I system, as delay makes your condition !!I Recent- experiments: show'that all ri'tvi. t-:, it.|UUat iU:1 ui the Philip- I OWNELDISCI I : TAXES tCDSis,
;- worse. Don't and experiment soaps-they longer never cure.withsalveswashes I'! classes of foods may be completely pinrSyspepsia' I3ash;Slrs.P. ._ .. Lot No. >11-; division(4 acres
ta\esanci -OSL
''I I (Ga Mr.) Cal&H Light Marshall Co, wa bookkeeper poisoned of with the Atlanta Poison 1 digested by a preparation callcdl\o'l 'Bro.fn, (';trl' ., __ ._.. '4 acre in lilCk"; I) n ilivinufounded : ,
Oak. He took Sul;>titer Arsenic and various I dol Dyspepsia 'lire, which n 1' C. toe P TL I:. e K
: other drugs, aa4 applied externally numerous j Ily digests what }on eat. As it U the John VIel ran ti by Wiison & P.ro
f lotions aud salves with no benefit. At limes the Kudol
swelling and inflammation was .o severe he was 'i only combination of, all the niUiraljdigestants and llobcr: Campbell by S. 11.
: almost Blind. For eight )ears thep.oiwn would fla'llev. T.ut(. >.indcusfa
break out every season His yondttiunWasmuch ; ever devised the demand { 1 Green, R. M, ... .... I' LotXo'. 3-i and :L> n W division
improved after tak.mz one bottle e.f S. s. S,and
a few bottles cleared his Wood of the poison,and. |> for it pas become enormous. It hasnever I! B. H. Lociertit taxes .me costs .. '
i all evidences of the disease disappeared failed to cure the worst rasf, ; Cure GanMin, A., Lies of Part of Lot Xo. :?i central di:i>um

: People are often poisoned without of indigestion and it always gives iu- J.V.. Perry, .\t... iKiaiiui:.! knowing when or how. Explain your case I start relief. _A. 11._ _\Vise. I t n i- corner thence w 93 ft. ;then:..
fully 'to our physicians, and they will I Digests what you eat. '. I t :. 4':) ft, tlItnct10 liO ft, th -;a.-.- -
cheerfully give such information and ad- Let us lea the rople of Peiisacol : 11Ti ft, iheiKe 210ft. thence ni
: vice as you require, without charge, and not to,break juaw from i:s until a :i iI : It artificially digests the food and aids i tl!:; fc t<, bc.innins. Taxe. and'
; we will send at the same time an interesting Nature in strengthening and reconstructing -
I ter the newspaper boys have their j! the exhausted I IWiiLot -; HJ
book on Blood and Skin Diseases.t j digestive ors Hunter, Mrs. 71 L' .*, .'to.' ..4 central division. Taxe- -
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AtLANTA GA. j next annual meeting, for then tlu 'i sans. It is the latest discovered digest- -

t e ;J I: next coniH,site newspaper v\nl be .|; ant and tonic. it No other preparationcan )' and AJJ costs personal tax. of' J. II. Huntei i$
_. approach in It Instantly !
efficiency. !
1 printed, and its dateline should indicate relieves and permanently curesDyspepsia lIutdlingool, t'. J.Ltt.. Ju. 2J nv division Itt KI :.

: }(\ the Arizona Legislature !jmeI"yo that it was not necessary to ,. Indigestion, Heartburn ---1 I Itroa'i. TaxeanJ costs iii
; \ : ago one of the members, in the I leave the State for a place uf -\luhl-I: Flatulence. Sour Stomach, Nausea, Ire,. Mrs.Jf.. ,.. .. _.. I Part of Lot Nil. 4> central ih* i=it,.! "
I j begirjihi1/ a point !/') ft s of the
Sick Headache i
course of a speech, made use of the : cation. Probiblv the people over Gastral(7iaCranjpsand( 1 ,
all Other results of ii W ce-rnc., run 4'i ft, tuenco e
: word "nigger. The colored Janitor I I j.I there have rerovcreil froui their PrlcoSOc.and$1. imperfect digestion. 'i ilL It, thence n 4'i ft, thence v. lUi
Large size contains Vfr times
: pf the capitol heard the speech, and hashish-dream of ai.nexation. U.J.C. smallsi&e. t e .i I ft tc point of beginning, Taxtt- .

became very indignant at the "insultta I.I. Prepared ty E. C OeWITT CO..Cbieago :II I I' and cots ._, l-I-t.

the. race," so he posted off and I -- -- Jerry A. S. ? ....--...- ...!j e1- of Lol No. 112 n division. Ta\- '
i j *-s anJ roots "
: wrote a letter to a, newspaper in I I I NIGHT WAS 11E[ Tinnoii. I 1h'bi.J "'
II. A. WILSON. Jeflerv's, II S., .. I'art of Lot No. 10 central
:, which he took the member to task.1 I "I would cough nearly all night I i t'I f Iiic;innin; at a point IIi._. ft s of

Now, the Legislature did not"like the I( long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate.of ,tI I the n,vr cot ner,run.3j ft, them 'I
I! i e 105 fr.: n :io ft, thence vv lift ft, to
of censured
idea being by its negro Alexandria, Ind, 'and could hard-
: .. .
I Taxes and
= ., I beginning. costs .. ,
janitor sot called him up, read hima .ly get any sleep. I had consumption i ::; ? J (. Loner, Mrs. R. .11.,. ._. ;Lots No. 55 and 55 n w division .

lecture, and fired, him out of his I so bad that if I walked a block I it ra E5 : ... A. II. Lovier. _Agt. I I Taxes and costs ... _... I
job woulJ cough frightfully and 1 HI K rurB $- t I Moodie, Mrs. Ito xie. 's w'4 of Lot Xo.44central division
spit I .... : _..1.......": ....."J :: I rf
Taxes and
blood, but, when all other medicines ?,.,-.H-_ __..O-..'.. I : costs .-
We have a clubbing rate of 80 cents! I i Perry J. W.,..?._ __. n. slj of Lot Xo.5o central division ._. I Q
.. .. .. ..
failed : ) f
three fl.U bottler of Dr. "I 1"r'2"j- +. .
r r. : _._ ;
: with the Commoner, Mr. Bryan'lIlnew .
I J living's New Discovery wholly cured '>'br I. & '" 'i I s e corner of Lot Xo. 19 central! :11
that is the i ( ** .z t. '
paper; you can get division:! ft.n and 117 ft
i me and I gained 5S pounds. It'sj t.H..2 : ___.l' J... I s by i
CiriZENjiEPORTER and the Common-i -.... and w. Taxes and costs Uit'
j absolutely .guaranteed t ,...s.t.. ,,.o'Ei"I. I
>i cure ..
----- ', .. :,. :' :- Perry, .. .. Part of Xo. .
er for$1.80 per annum cash in'advancev -- ; : i Helta_._.. Lot 1C central division
Coughs, Colds, La Grippe, Bronchitis C, > J. \\ ferry, guarding: beginning the n e corner runs vvbO ;' .;,'.
I|I and all Throat and Lung Trouble. I. ft, thence SIlL; ft, thence e SO1: V

Price 50c and *1.00. Trial bottles ft, thence n 1(1;; ft, to point of be .:.
Tickled to Death Two-Step. I free at Geo. W. Price and at Watts .tNDER[ l! 7ffiiIla. ginning. Taxes and costs n' "'n ._._ l !
For a copy of the famous Three 1 Unknown.. _.__ ... J.o',-aC Lot Xo. 2>5 e division. Taxes I':
= & Son. ,
Coon, Rag Time, Two-Step, entitled L =c=i 4:v, ::: .. i and costs' '' JK'f:
-- ICulh | -
Unknown ___._ ......J In block No. i1's division. Lots, -
"Tickled to Death," send ten cents An educational qualiiication fur q anti Caskets all StIles and r' 1 Xo. 1, :J and <>. Taxes and costs -. i

in postage or currency toV.. B. the elective franchise has been Piires. Unlcis i l"nkllow'.1. __ ._. n'_. of block D n e division (t acres .
WRENN; Passenger Traffic Manager, J adopted by the Legislature of Wash Pronu.tlr! Filkd.1OONORRHOEkk. i i ifiir Taxes and cost .. n __ 111

Savannah, Ga. ington. The new election law pro- -- -- -- L'nknovi.- w'_ of Lot Xo. 121 ne division.

; I vides that no one shall hereafter be __ I Taxes_add_wets.C _. __ _.= =.)1C-

9 Mrs.. C. E. VanDeusen, of Kilbourn admitted to the suffrage who cannot \ EDWARDS., CITY TAX COLLECTO.

.J \Vis., was afflicted with stomach"; read and write the English lan uae. .

trouble and constipation for a long :i I The Legislature has al=o adopted a !

time. She says, "I have tried many \i i resolution favoring the election of i] c v9.t1c3c !s

preparations but none have done me I j United States senators by direct | S-,

the good that Chamberlain's Stomach vote of the people. 1 MOT HIGHEST
i '
and Liver I PRICE
Tablets ha\'e. These
Tablets are for sale at Geo. W. O-A.S T C3 U X.A.. I Well Fedhusbands
Price's Bear, the Kind You Hasa Alrlars + CURE tti
drug store. Price, 25 cents. tire Bought : '
Bam pies free. ji { Big oftttre t' CURE SAFE YOURSELF SURE

----- i I ITIIE ,, ,tcN..c..ccecu.us..a.ecw tI. make the _
Carnegie is giving away bUJ LT but husbands, and s ,
i money as skilfully as he made it. I I "
, \ -- I their food can best -
, TODAY take Foley's Honey and For -ak try George. Price .. be prepared on the t

Tar. It other positively serious prevents results pneuluoniaor from- :' l Louisville X Nasiwille U. P. .

I rolds. It may be too late tomorrow. I New'SEnterprise'

G. W. Price druggist: j j: Runs through cars to Pen-acol.i. '

, { Mobile and Aew Orleans, to Birmingham l
The foreign ministers in Pekin are i 1I ; Nashville and St. LJUIS to i .

I now engaged in endeavoring to -size : Louisville, Cincinnati anti Lvan, !
I China's pile When ville and t.) Chicago without lea. in.. .
has h
been train For rates Pl'OIDptly F9CVed,011110)FEE. Send model.ketcb, LESS FUEL
done : d ur pMoto"r. "'I'OnOIl
I they will know J'Sko&btl" Bwk"Hoe.
precisely how sleeping-car reservations to 01,1&11111.8.aDd
write tll hr I Foreljai Ps.entaaadTtado-] ark "
t s u-uch indemnity to demand. i call tin i i in. ,Fsrrst teem. ever offe.ed w in..ton; THAN ANY OTHER STOVE
... _
; I OASTOnXA.. i ii II. HOPKIXS, Fia. Pass. At. ...m.. ....u Mudonte wnnuenu.l tb'II. Sand adr.co h.Lltft.I",
j -WWe-tBayStTeet w 1"C. \ NIJU.! "
i .' Bear the lllB Kind sal Hare Atoays Bought Jack..u1\ : ; A. SNOW & CO. i
illt', Fh.
I : For
, Jlguaturo f PATENT twenty years the premier stove of the South,
#-.f-# C. L. STONE, G. P. .\. LAWYERS. J
: ,; ft I,1 Louisville, Ky. 'I, :a Opp U.S.Patent Gftlce, WASHINGTON, D. C. M'ide from Southern material by Southern: work-

1 .. 'u r.ien, and giving idsal satisfaction in over 200,000
---- -
i ------ --- h mes. Retains, teat ail bakes better than any

other stove. Sold alder paarantee. If your dealer

i can not show you the Hsw Enterprise, write for

either of our sevs&ieen Catalogs and
f =sr.. -s-1 Q department ,

I prices,. showing everything used in the kitchen,

f dining room, laundry, or dairy. A little postage

,i stamp will save you rainy dollars .

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.. Ls&a e1' PHI1U.1)S & BUTTOBFF J 1 1a

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j iThs =- CO. .J

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.J:."7 CHURCHES. / plant. 5ystem. :lp1 > Tr.rfitsi"I rZ'xY rZ'sl< !'. 'Is>>"N'1=T'yT ..tJFYaZ T I' aJ4

_#:4 IrA 8 I '
'-. Uev. F. Pixton
*"- tor. Preaching every Sunday at 11 The Great Through Car Line. From Florida. I DON'T STANDI I ).

m. and 7-1; p. in. Sunday school :
... a. tpwortb League 4:00 ; ON YOUR HEAD''
at 9:30 a. m. CONNECTIONS : :
-"- n. m. every SUUlla}. Prayer meeting To 1 The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston Uichmond and
r Wednesday evening atAppServices 7-&;). The E a st I Washington. IIII t

The Southern : \ AND !II ,rI' I ,
: Sunday 11 ViaAllIlail. J I Railway, yia Savannah, Columbia and rJ .
.. Washington. ': III ti -=-
a. m. and 8 p. m. SundaYaichoolIO I'
t' meeting Tuesday ------ 'id \1\ J) ---" -Y - -- -
<. a. 8 o'clock.EpISOOPALRev. The Southern Railway via Jessup, Atlanta, Chattanooga I =%
evening il'il'I
I To The West}I The Louisville & Nashville Montgomery.: I i ( It !\T the poor Printing you have beenIlit" II
f. Curtis Grubb, rect ( The Southern li'y: via Savannah, Columbia and Ashville. !Mill I)/} using when You can get the Best
:- or. preaching end, 3rd and 4th J The Mobile & Ohio l:. IL via Montgomery.To '!III!' J/ just as easily" as poor. Our prices are !

::. Sundays in each month at 11 a. m. r reasonably consistent with up-to-date
;*,.. and .:45 p. m. Sunday school at East Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New I'I'J i firbt-class work. We are prompt. ; I
O The } York Avoid further trouble and
I. .8:30 a. mi -' } Philadelphia and Boston. / annoyance III
: Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation by sending us a Trial Order.
.! I'JESBYTElUAHe'. J. C. Timms, Via Steamship. J JTo Company for Baltimore. i 'I 1IIIfli

; pastor.. Preaching every Sunday WEY WEST) II THE REPpRTER JOB OFFICE. Ii IiII I
t at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday and S Via Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. : H. L. DODD, PROPRIETOR. ,III IIII,:
School 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting HAVANA. }
1. every Tuesday afternoon at 1 II t Ii
f o'clock. To Nova Scotia,! s _a ? _ms's_ .aT 1Z-_-_ --

,< &Cape Prince Breton, 1 Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship ., >>W= .a>J Zv T. 3 TaT1.AZ wZ + Z IrY T> r:1
8.ll"1'IS'1'-Church has no pastor. Ser- Island.Edwards -J f Line for Halifax, Hawkesberry and Charlottestown.

vleaheld irregularly. Sunday school

$:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Thurs- Western Wlnt Tourists Tickets will be 00 sale throughout the Northern. Eastern, A. B.
day evenings at 7:45. Ladies Help- lllW-lWlllmlted and Southern to States to all Florilia Resorts via Plant System during the season Pianos CAMPBELL ,
return until May 3M, with ,
Band meet every Monday even- Addresses stop-over privileges 10 rlorlda. .
lug of.
partle'i io the North,
sent to the
I ? at 3 o'clock. IUPP 1 led with alllnformaUon and handsome undersigned will be liberally "
lug advertising matter O "OLD RELIABLE.
r ge n s
f: tor Information as to Rates,Sleeping Car Reservations, etc.,call on or write to EatabU.hed In 1878
CITY OFFICIALS. r. M.JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent
ii w.Bay Str. Astor Block, Jacksonville. Fla.

.-).IAYoa.-.F..P., Cone, W. n. DRSD41i1 Savannah.Oa.,-Gent Superintendent B. W. WRENN, Pa.'ill.' Tra1llc Savannah Mgr.,.Ga. Kimball Whitney Hinze.


t' 'Assf.SSOR.U' iF./fttftfjw. u. ___ I All kinds of Small Instruments and Trimmings. Easy Terras. Low Prices
I V toLL, roL-A'. J. Edwards I I Send for Free Catalogues and full information.

:} }[.1BSB.u..--H' T. Strange. 44.VTIBUtb SEABOARD AIRLINE H-- -. .
-- -
ALDEEMEN.--J. E. Henry, president; .. ', : .
S.I. Berry, 3f. Ilymplon, O. T.. DIRECT LINE.-" ..-

Parker, J. E. Inman, J. E. Young,
R. F. Bogen. '-' TRAINS RAILWAY| / i ...QUICK TIM j

U 66. 36
". -.I I tiOT1 llER DIVISION.7. _I 31 : WASHINGTON,
COUNTY JCDGE:W. M. Ives. (\ Lv Jacksonville.-! "' 10 JD 317 4; P 730 a' LvJacksun\ille._ .-1-. .. -.'-9 10-a17-Up! BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
' SHEHIFPV. Hancock. 'i I tCLKBK Ar tAr Everett Fernandina.I1__... SO lla]> ....... { ArHaldKin........ .... ''. 1)44 alllsp ,' A.- NEW
U16I.IUOJISIp : .. '... YORK
--- Waldo--------------- ..
-if. Af. Scarborough. i Ar Savannas.__._..... 1 1 31 .. .1I1 10lop : ,
: .t pill aUpil, iia Gainesville.. . ... .. ...
'l'IWSUREK-J.1. Turner. Ar Fairtax...............' III/p'' :s ua .-.... "Cedar Key-------------- -.. ..- .lIlItipl..' 13.; | ,.I CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, '
A. B. Brown. Ar 1)rninark----- .' 3 -Ill Pi :! r.J a 1 ..... "Silver Spring.. ... I .- -. I 111 pl'_'..-'.-_ 'i
ASSESSOR- Ar Columbia_.__.-.-.... 5 "I PM, m a. i Ocala--------------------- ..-..--... 'II
; (XLUCTOB-C.: JOM Ar Camden------------------- 7 3.1 pi' 6 41 a--------- \ .__.___.......i I..._... 8l3p isJ |> iiaaVildwood :Ilia: ATLANTA, .
StP?. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION-11. L. 1 I Ar 37 p \III::a---------I fxe.burg--------------I ._ .
i. J5'p
Ar lIo1.1elRb..m_ 1. ial1iiUA: .--. 1 "Tavares...._. ..__ __.. ...-...". : 4Sa ,
AtanttpOCHTY Ar Portsmouth ....::_. 7 Mia' 5.> i ... .__ -_- S:1p
up --m. "Orlando. ..._ ....! ...... 5 UtI 7 so a CHATTANOOGA I IaT.
COMMISSIONERS-R. T. RoOZ : Ar Richmond ..--___-4 !5.a 5 :I.;p'---- Winter Park ... ... .' 5 : .. RAILWAY I ,
erchairman; Frank Smith, Ceo. i. Ar Ar 1vahingtun.----Baltimore .. .-lu 1I-wall&;a'IIIOlli.X; ...... "liade City._____-_.00.... ..---- :l2p Up .n.:J06a4a- LOUIS, KANSAS CITY,
A.'Smithton, T. W.; Getzen and A. i Ar ---....-...-.-.-.. Plant CitY..m..h..m. 4Wp >aSCO
Philadelphia :! rod "
l-j.Wpj Tjmpa___..__......... ....
I I .. p--------- .j| 50Up a
Bumph. }I I"i. Ar New York .! ;a W p, 6 t.i: I And all Paints East and W.sL
I Ii
chairman S. L. i made at Fernandinal
Htryt t ; Berry "T'I ,
J.E..\Wise. i' with Cumberland Route steamers CJ NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t)
leaving Fernandina I:.O p. m. dailt SERVICE LIKE THIS.
i WEST Dl\ k N.oL I I except" Sunday, arriving i
COURT' CALENDAR. '> 1). m.
r 1 Lv Jacksonville .......__I 7 :.11'111 I H a I --- THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS f fVU :
Ar Lake City........__....____ VUpliiua'LneOak : [
Third Judicial Circuit of FloridaJudge i ___._._......_...,.iiiuup.n sap tI cafe Fernandina for Jackson- Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. [
,John F. White, Live Oak, :< N Madison--------------------_. w11a, 10p'tulle .;-10 a. m. and 2:40 p. m. '
Fla. ;i iSlate's { .tThuma.villr.r.Monticello-------------------.........,;I?1lua 1"a,31.p,.... .-. THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL,
: Attorney, L. F. Robinson, :\ I..l1tgomt'ry.-.m..u ... Via
sISal. -- Arrivals atJacksontillefrom north Savannah and Charlotte N. C. .
"SL LoinsTallahassee.....___......___ .;. r
: .Jasper, Fla... .. .____..............: Sala--zE, + & east, No. ,1-- at 11:10 a. mNo: 31 a& I.I
SPRING TERM. i! .. QulnCY____._____.._....____.. .m' 4 ;p p ;'3::,11 p. m. From the west, N o. :), .:;':a- I THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA .LIMITED, /
:: Hirer unction--------a\ P \) m., Not, SM; 0 a. m. From the bouth i I l- Via Jeiup.
Jasper, Hamilton 4th Tues PenwDiubilecola.'u ;
.. p 1'\0 U 9:30 .
at No. W5
I+ lba a. m., at 3:'''I
""diy Live: Oak in January. 2nd !.i New Orleans.______.-..-_----i., ._...I 7 4tI a p. m. ;! THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,
,Suwanee county, Tuesday -
--- n !I
in Via Jesup.
May. i I I |'I
::lake City, Columbia county, 4th No. 44, solid vestibuled train between Jacksonville and New York, including ,
Tuesday in May i i. mail baggage and express cars, day coaches, dining cars andthrough Through Vestlbulad Trains, Pullman Drawing R.oem ?
Mayo, Lafayette county, 2nd Tues Pullman"le'llers between Tampa and New York, Atlanta and Sleeplnc Cars. Through Coaches Elegant Dining Car.
day in June. Nashville. Nos. 31 and 44 carry Pullman buffet sleeping cars between Jack (

: Perry, Taylor county, Is Tuesday I I sonville and Tampa.
; in April I No. tili< solid vestibuled train, consisting of day coaches, mail, baggage Through Pullman Sleeplnz Cars between Jacksonville and Clncuiutt. 0.,
-i I andexprz via Ashevllle N.C., and Knoxville, through THE LAND OP TItS SKY."
Madison, Madison county, 2nd Tuesday !. s cars between Jacksonville and Washington and Pullman
.ID ApriL I sleeper between Jacksonville and New York. I

I Nos. 3 andI, Pullman buffet sleeper Jacksonville and St. Louis via Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated
TERM. Monticello, Thomasvillc and Montgomery. I la Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville. I
. Japer,-Hamilton county. 4th Tues Steamers Key West and Hat ana-No. 27 makes connection at Port. II

r Live day Oak in August Suwanee county, 2nd Tuesday I.i Tampa Nos.with 2 and steamers 1. sleeper leaving b.-twvcn Mondays New Orleans Thursdays and Jacksonville.and Saturdays. I f SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS at Very In Ratu Ofl Sail Jsm 1 ti Sapl 30,1 BOO ''

in November. E. ST. JOHN, V. K. M'UKE, IL S. ALLEN, .
Like City, Columbia county, 4th lat .-P. & G. M. ( cn'1 Sup't Gen. I'ass. Agent. I forttUi.MbedBlMtadl&torauUon.caUoBoraddieM ;
Tuesday in November. I Portsmouth, Va. '. W. T. COSBY, T. P. .&.,

_ Mayo, Lafayette county, 2nd Tuesday A. O. AfAcDO ELL, sibtant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.I UJ WHt Bay IliMt,jMkMQTUU,Ila '
.. in December. I. I.IL Cl1LP. W. A. TURK. .. H. HAIDWICK j
retry,Taylor county, 1st Tuesday in j -- Trtfflo Utuger. Gen.Pua.!gt, !Jat.0...,....Ajt, I I
October, II Waahingtoa,D.O. Wuhtagtoa.D.0. Atlanta,0.
Madison, Madison county, 2nd Tuesday -I' GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. l.

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3 7a III 41111' III .. ... ".. ..lieartline .. ". .... 11 51 II III 1211& 111 SUITS, and CHILDREN.
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y s- I 4 -10 IIII S ffi I' 11Lv". .. ....\.111.:0-.1\ ... ............Ar It 10 II III 1tJ.) P tit OVERCOATS, l The Largest Stock and
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:? ". 7Wpm .........[. > t:ilv........ ...I\ 91tiam 940pm Variety.
64,19II j ""I p 11I". .... lake City..... .. .. .At ,!l50 II III 9 2I p III and
: BAUKE'8JVEOAK I 7 50a 111 II ti' III .. .. .. .Suwi'-mtOity.--- .. ... 1 ill IIII 8Oh P nt BEST QUALITIES, .
18 04 am 1r, I'1'I .. .. .. .. -.llany.tun.. .... ...... ...... 7 3: a m 15pm FURNISHINGS.
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WHISKEY nOUS SCl1EDU1. Capes, Fine Neckwear and

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'IOnINED. BY ACE. i 4 13p III 4 10u II: \r. .. .. . .Macon.... .... ......1.\ 11 5.p 111 11 'Oa mi Boys' and Children's Supp'ies, _
.14. I I 7 35p m 7 2': 11 111 At.. .. .. ...Atlanta .... ....Lv 8 30p In 7 50a DI SUITS OVERCOATS HATS, CAPS,
'. dd bold .100l&m Ar..Xhallanoll ........... 2551'111 305a to640a1n
lUdal I at Atlanta Exposition j 65.)1'111 11101:11I Ar. .. .. .......Kashvllh: ..:... I.v !IIOI'm 9:01))1\ UNDERWEAR aid FURNISHINGS. :
J { 7 2-1 pili" !Il II tit \r.. .. . ., LI.ouis. ...... .Lv 80111) ni 816 a tnI -

i ae=best and purest : .. Rip 111 j Ilia III Ar .... .. 'incillatl1.: .. .. ... .. 00 p m 00 a m C. U. n U. Shipments.th arhnicgt! bf eumining belor '
I ![ 15p m I tt Iga 11\ Ar.---.. .... .. C.lllraj'o..1.v 700". m III...... .... ,lfllft. MAIL 08CE8|'wel special care._
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j t I AVlierc no time shown! trains Ito not flop. SAVANNAH, GA.
;: .'l' to the South. I I1. Tra'ns Xo3 and 4 the"Dine Flv r" have through sleeper between St Louis. MoaiiUJack.soiiufle.Fla.viaValdobX '
',., ... I and through parlor sleepins car an 1 coachtween be .
tor the reception of passengers in Union Depot. Maco
Maeon and Palatka. "
{ R t8AW! i CO..Proprietors, 9:30 pii7amlremamsiiiVaco.irnion.open: >eiKton return until 7:::0 a m. and can be B. H. &
7F. ClNaNNAn.! u. s. A. oocnuieil\ THECKLEV until that time.YILUAM SHAW C. D. FISH Levy "

...i b oat Dead office will be Vice President Agent Lake City, Fla.HA .
.. .......ICCn4ISc4 di.irlbutw (!. B. RHODES. gay BUSKS.F .
f.t.1 Gt'II'll'ass Agent, Si icon,Ga. P A Jacksonville, Fla.

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'i'i.. 8 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER _Established &t
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'I ; 1 I Proclamation for Town Election. I I a *>w *K** ** ,.y" r'I

r election .for municipal officers ,' "

I :, D'RIFTJ: N'Q 'I for An the town of Lake City, Florida, j ji Nine= HE BBNE I

WARD Bright's disease, i is ordered to be held on Tuesday, the j.r (
r diabetes, gravel or other I'19th day of April, 19J1 for a mayor. II!, I Tenths : II
serious kidney bladder
I an .
disease is what thousands I a marshal, :t clerk and treasurer j
;:,., are doing who do not assessor of taxes, a collector of tax- I of Pure Juices from: Natural
t know-it. You may be one of them. i es, each to hold one year and four I J Rood
.t Are you neglecting that backache, | aldermen. each to lull two years. | all the
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.',' tired-out symptom feeling of kidney! dizziness disorder or? other The :1 J. W. Jones, O. R. Parker ar.d f*. !J | _lEG DLHES i i9liror, 'tnT.ach a d Btrt

r, symptoms of kidney disease are i,i iFackler, are appointed inspectors, PeopleSuffer LI ailsHs1hfiSYt mPurifiestheB !
many and peculiar-baffling even to i, and John Vinzant, cle:k of election. alT.

doctors. Fla., March 2,;, 1901. : .
Lake ('sty, HLs Marrr'l "' ""' "
Here is a staple and sure test J Q, OJ t,, COlSl! to
which any one may try : !''AttestV.. \1. IVES, 1". P. CONE, | :. ; :; : attt.!

t i .'. If Set a sediment aside a bottle or settling ol Urine occurs lor twelve it is a hours.sure i I i [SEAL] 'hrk. Mayor.i i iI from a U he k i lash ail! I!li ared! Ci Est_

!. ;?:' sign Foley's of kidney Kidney disease.Cure is absolutely I The tears of the bkies merely in- i| DiseasedLiver Fis-jf Boii3! G&vs&si t fi {jiB SiS!isft."ics.!

;' 5, guaranteed. You run no risk. See :'dicate the coming of the miles but I ';!if2CGL LG'r'i yo =. ALLDp
1 i// that you get Foley's, the guaranteedcure. 1: when Florida weeps it weeps all over. '; Pr c'. : iH' .us.. >;Z 1
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1 ', BANNER SALVE heals all hurts but Cupid's wounds. 1: A SUPERB GRIPPE CURE. I II frcp.red; by JAMES f. 8AUARD.rh Lech,lf4 j
!' Johnon's'l'unic b a t-uperli grippe I "'AActi'. > :rPr.rrt i. ir"h : ti 1 t x.,, .p ?s+SO eWwftfi r OOoyJ'. ;- \
i' cure. Drives out every trace of Grip II I --
; Sold by Ceo. W. Price. I Poison from the s.y+tern. Does it :, Sold by Geo. W. Price -----
j quick. Within an hour it enters the I II I
--- I blood and begins to neutralize the effects -
i, of the poison. Within a day it j --, .- -

: 'SAW MILL. places a grip victim beyond the point !j 'r.r'l"r T<_t TtT_ _.t,;_"._,!iTt"_ _T,>_.?_>T.T.:_'_,TT_,T}T ,t.T.1.!<'tT..T T.y.'TT t;; ..
, I of danger. Within a week ruddy I .
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,: cheeks attest return -perfectl r!,
" Four Miles West of Lake City. health. Price 50c if it cures. Ask forohnson's : I !
J Chill and Fevtr Tonic. ;I
,'j First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part Take nothing else. 19.Umar22-ly I i
1, of the City on short notice. Address I II i :J i

! S. P. BUIE LAKE CITY FLA. I WANTED Reliable man for E College.'i i iI I
: : Manager ot Branch Office we wish to \
I open in this icinity. If your recordis I: =
O. K. here is an opportunity.. Kind;
i P.. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR ly give good reference when writing.TilEA.T.Molnus1VIIOLESAL' ;HOCSECIXCI.VNATTI :. ;:I l I

OHIO. J JI 1 1
f i AMID BUILDER. Illustrated catalogue 4 cts stamp Short-lMnd, Telewraphy, Bixil.tcpin II.
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I, I oF I i I Send ftra New tatalognetft I

i I I ;ri ; \V. !*. YUL'UM.FreaLuUe I
=, ItKAL ESTATE Axe s = = i i
I I Lake City. Rla. ,I II I r. 4.,..' l' ''''''4f4'1'.&:> ''.j.1' .fl' ntI* I>.:;;' ,'''I. fi1Vm

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TIa I.. 1'AKKKIi.Attorney ,
:i :: "- .. ........ .-._._ 1I000i Qu;tntuy. -- !Joot in Vualtfy. I Q I II ATiLfl ;;- :

;- ; For 20 Years Has Led all! Worm Remediese *Wl1 _.._., I, = At Law. :
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;j' BOLD: sy- -IjT. on.UGGrXST5. < IR I WV'1'1 '

Prepared by--.mss. JAMES P. BALLARD St. Louis.*. i I LAKECITV, FLORIDA :

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Nashville GlEtanoooa & St. Louis R1. -I I Residence Phone No. 41. I IIlleadiluarl..rs I
at \\ists Drul(!>tore. AU; !
lurs..t5e" kit here will IN ,
-AXO- I I promptly attendad to. iI |

Western and Atlantic R'y i!f I I LAKE CITY, FLORIDA. 'I II

"Battefields Line"To I I A Bona=Fide Salary. i

Chattanooga Nashville Louisville Cincinnati Chicago. St. Louis, Memphis and all I! $12 Weekly. ;
points West. For rates and schedules write to '

C. F- BARMAN G.P.A.,Atlanta.Ga.. T. M. DoYLE,F. P. A., Jackoncilte Fla. Men represent and women u,. some to appoint to traxel agents others and '[I Lal e itg ]oUlinr
for local worli: *1:i weekly salary and '
expenses. Old established huuspleasant '
" permanent positions, rapid

Fire Storm Tornado advanciment Write at, onoe,and Address.liCTLKK increase. of wage :. | S I CompaniJ. ,
I and Gijclone Insorance.BEST & ALGER. i -
_, J7 DepLE. NEw 1fA\'ES. Co.NS. '
t; ,, GnCISL57
4. Best Insurance at reasonable rates. i Cool Drinks Fruits
Speedy adjustments. Old in business DENTIST, ; Vega
: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. I
OHice upstairs in the rear of Pi ice's urn f:
tort'. I.A"E ('ITV.l'l A bles Tobaccos Cigars i
I : Chalker & Small Agts. i ,
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. 1If ... I L. E ROBERSOS. I I A. B. SlIiLU L. Nuts, Raisins, Apples,
Jasper Fla. I Lake City. Fla. ;
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I I . . . RODURSON & SMALL. L And Fine Candies. "fi.-

,I Co ; Federal Will do courts.a general Collections practice and in conveyanc State and Soda Water, Sarsaparilla, Strawberry, Ginger i*
msinnntd Carets always on band at reasonable price Prompt ing. Lake City office: Second Boor \'in- Seltzer Cider, Etc.
1 tended to. VALLS Day or NgbtTrlegrapbic, orders promptly at- zant Block dlsuu-lrr.
: CSeo. J. Davis
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I Im g<$ _
y at Law and So- .
licitor in O
Chancery. i


Special attention given to Commercial col ''I
lections and l'xt'culionIt Deeds thermometer -illlIoon be rbmbineto to the Sum
Mortgages and all other Legal mer heat mark. You will soon be wishing you could
rapers. office: 105 Her- I contrive\oucan.to get along without that awfully act range.
" nando street.
near Uaptist Church. p
PilOSE Na si. :
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Ii: T. B, OLIVER, O Blue Flame makes an idf al heat for cooling-quick .
convenient and
We hare Store you want
g I p It costs but, little and is a great labor saving device 'i
i i, ATTORNY-AT-LAW. All sizes with or without cooking I1ten ils.
Buggies and LAKE CITr FLA.
: Wagons for sale and ISuilt to Order. General Ketair- ,
a slncialtyAil work I
guaranteed. Carriage material for sale. COLLECTIONS !
i agent tor Marble Monuments and Grave Stones. O SPECIALTY. I i! O
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O- J.A.. FISHER: O 10-\.Ot A.lce: Marion street, ap stairs over Mrs. I ii I i O 'I
: ; Perty building formerly'occupied: bv ;
113-11 .
;,; HAMILTON: Srn.: LAKE CITY FLA.O Boozer iCallaway.Practice
; in all State Courts, Try VoU '
prompt atten
O I tion to all Bu inel. Mortgages and Used |.
it drawn and acknowledgements taken. Q -- '.
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I tJ 1! janlCOLOMBIA
-i COHSTt. "Iron
\ 08'6eG a=11' Qi7/'ht W;aY ilt5 G 4.l ifYi/W$aSO1YY 1r" : V'fY' .1 iI I I _.v' Afford_ ( .

;i g THE GRIPPING BROS.VUVYI'Y CO.'S+!'Y/ I1 J. S : I King I Ito ..;

\\r I PLANT IT Descriptive and Ill4stratu'titalogu g ,, SWACKARD, :: ,

:'f :' g -Tells- g MERCHANT TI\ILOR. I e! I i I --:

PRO fiT What to Plant and How to Grow and Mar g The finest line of Tailoring Goods ever :
rOR ket tile Great shown in town Every Pattern is correct
:N ) -Money Making Fruits of the Sourt.. Ci selection.You will have Do not no send difficulty\ouror.Irr in making:away a You'll) Have Belter Meals, and the Ccok a Better Temper. :"
t1lth.rade t Peaches Pears Plums, Persimmons or wait W days tor a pair ot P4nt-but I f
i > Trees, NntTrwsGraues, ,}'iFsSatsa.uanduthu tf; call and see my line of UootK.make your O I carry the most romple line of Crockery. Qnerns- 0
Orange. ou Citrus Tnfoliat Mock, era; selection and have Hoods made up same ware and Tin-ware in the city. Just what want '
' it Low Prices, mmtol, orchard Trees, ROSH and eiFryihiutf far the e. day. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. I O prices the low es>3 considering quality ot goods.TioRooiloo you.
or e-irden. Address Ce I \

' I .CATALOGUE FREE... The Griffing Bros. Co., I Clothes and College Died Pressed Bops, Gleaned 75 Suits cents Cleaned and each.Pressed i'I aofl i Gouerlno a SD6Gi ItU.r i

I Nurseries and Test Grounds at POMONA
Satisfactory! WorK Gunratneed. : ; J. D.
Macelcnny Fla. STREETY.
Jacksonville -
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\ 1 Lake City; Kla. I 3<$>$> . .1

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