The Citizen=reporter
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Title: The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title: Citizen reporter
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.L. Dodd
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 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: UF00065510:00021
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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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,. I THEINWELCONE Lee, of Va., a son of Gen. U. E. Lee, Treasurers Report. I -

from whose house
at Arlington, the II
i I f quarterly report of J. L.
iI| relics were taken at the opening of I
I I Turner County Treasurer, for 1901
[ the Civil War. While. it was action
:I: that should have voluntarily been Jan. 7 Bal on hand.1 23280

; taken years ago, by some president, 8 Amt returned -

GUEST )Ir. McKinley is entitled to credit S. Board 600 00

for taking it, even at this late day, "' 8 Received 1i9-l11
Feb. 4 Scrip can... 544 98 .
and to more credit for the manly let- "
4 Fine & For t. 206 93
I i' .' TI ter to Senator Daniel, in which he I Mar. 5 Rec'd of C. Jones

,, You may recoil from him with horI I t I announced his intention to do so. taxes 1900.tiS 45
ror, but you cannot evade him. The All the administration influence I a Scrip can.. 1,127 97

a ). ? young old and and the the feeble vigorous, are his as well prey. the Re I I,I I will be used to get Minister E. H. Apr... 1 1 Received Amt forward. 677 4 28 20 C 93! VOllBlili

' makes no distinction. He la an un- I Conger, nominated for Governor by 1 Scrip can. 80t5 94

; welcome guest In many homes to-day. the Iowa republicans. Not becauseit
:. He enters the palace of the king with loves Conger" over-well or desiresto $2,686 84 2,686 84 ;.
f impudence and makes himself at home 1901 SCHOOL FUND
y him
'. in the abode of the humble. No home see honored hut because itdoesn't Jan. 7 Bal on hand 1,375 93

is too grand for him to enter and noue I wish him to return to China Feb. 2 Received1,350 82 Her ::

N, so modest that he will pass It by. I as United States Minister, nor to tell 5 Scrip can... 2,24886

FI Of course, you do not care to entertain )I i him that he cannot. In other words, 5 Amt borrowed 1,082 40

this guest. You 'may slam the for purely selfish reasons, the admin- I 21 Rec'd W. H. If at last she tires of the fault finding
door in his face and bar every window Reynolds 1t>-a4 80 j of a dyspeptic husband and leaves him*
: in your house, but he will enter on the istration wishes Mr. Conger nominated .Mar 5 R'd C. Jones | The worst of the dyspeptic is that hf

wings of the air, by night as well as by I for Governor of Iowa. He dis I taxes 1900. .. 48317 does not realize his own meanness lln

lay, leaving despair and death in his pleased the administration several I 5 Scrip can..... 1.574 94 world is entirely out of perspecthe.
track. times I 6 R'd J.B.Whit- Dyspepsia and other diseases of'the
\ during
The best thing for you to do when negotiations in field tax sales :29 01 stomach and organs of digestion and
lie pays you a visit is to treat him |I Pekin, and he has displeased it again J Apr 1 R'd taxes 1901 1,338 97 nutrition are perfectly and permanently

'", light. Treat him properly and promptly i, by his published interviews since he / .. 2 Scrip can. 1,56170; cured by the use of Dr. Tierce's Golden
and he can have no terror for you. I reached the United States, but hisi 1 u> Bal on hand 1,379 (H) Medical Discovery. It cures the worst
J Treat him lightly and with delay,and forms of the disease. It cures when all
he will fasten those lean fingers his i i standing with the powerful missionary I .. G.7C510 6il.10 other medicines have failed to benefit.

j deep down upon some vital organ and J element in this country is such !1 2 Bal ..... ..:, 1.37960 Accept no substitute for Dr. Pierces

p then you are undone. that the administration is afraid to MONO FUND Golden Medical Discovery. Titer: is no

Grip is a dreadful disease. strikes I i kick out of the diplomatic service. I Jan. 7 Bal on hand 420 63 other medicine for the stomach, blool
.< deep. It uncovers every weak spot in and lungs, which can show so wide a.t I
Feb. 4 R'd.-.. .. 49633 eo
.. Secretary announced
Weak I Hay nefore
.. your body. lungs may mean I 4 cash'd wonderful a record of cures. It always
-:( umptioe. A alight derangement of the kidneys may mean right'd he left Washington hat he had secured -I liar .*> Coupons R'd taxes 1900 162 87 18750 helps. It almost always cures.I .

.less.' Heart Trouble is followed by Heart Failure. Every vulnerable !I a sufficiently definite statement 5 Coupons cash'd 3 00 can say lo YOU, one bottle of your'GulfcuMedical

paint.inched by Grip. of Senatorial views to inform him I Apr 1 Received.... 467 43 Dibcovm-' has cured me sound and t,,
Quinine is too Blow to cope with Grip. Don't use it Discard it at once. well, after suiKting tw lung years with
j; jusf what sort of a Isthmian CaI 1 County Proper 4 28 stomach diteate.*writes Mr. W. H. Braowell. i.fMctdenville
:'\fti|MH of Grip is Life or Death or worse than Death. A once btrong man I new Bal hand Gaston Co, North Carolina. "My
',vttk all the life and energy gapped. out of him Is a pitiful thing. Death is I I nal treaty with England, would be on 1,352 47 health u, worth all the world to me. I will

ttKr than such an existence. ,1 sure to receive the support of two- 1,547 25 1,54725; praise you as long as I live." -
{ "JOLl SON'S TOXIC WILL CURE GRIP. It will cure every '. 1 Bal on hand 1,3.i241 i Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
3 WI ..., WOIII&A and every child that will take it. U Is a Snperb Grip Cure, driving I i thirds of the Senators. Senators Adviser, in paper binding, is sent free ou
..,...aicrppoUonfroiatbesyilera. 1&does Its work quickly effectively.. It acts ,, Mho ought to know something about FINE AND FORFEITUREs receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to
A.. ,ta_ Ian boot It eaten the blood and begin to neutralize the Grip 1'oUon; within pay
sky it paces the victim beyond the point ot danger,and before the end of the week ruddy the views of their colleagues on tnnI 4 Received... 278 r.. expense of mailing only, or if clothbound -
:; u.ss attest the Ntm: to irfeet health 4 Borrowed Co. volume is desired send 31 stamps.Addres .
H Mho lake theToatesnd uepeud ink I/ upon It are fcafe. 1 hose who do not do so I I I subject, think that this announce. Proper t Ji: 9; Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V.
ifaiiMr lira la Jeopardy. Ills a wonderful medicine, and U 100 time. better than '1 ment is like many others made in the I "
? QtIIIIe.doInl I III a single day thai which the slow and. unoet twin Quinine can .not do in f' I Scrip can. .. 4C3 50 -
..*-mttataU. diplomatic world-misleading with- Mar 5 Received. 13.; dO
,-( If 8 IloUluf thll'!' always 011 hand. You may need U any moment and whenMVMttt i I 5 Scrip can.. 83 43; I 1 School supplies| amounting totwcnty -
out being untrue. One of them said
TOO want It badly lien have driven over rough roads for 1b miles to eel it.twcraliaLaa.BOBC :
:* 1f \ -houl4CQQlilderUl too high when compared With the 1!1'Any Senator could have told Mr.Hiy I Apr 1 Received :i"! 2 Cl freight car loads in bulk have
'pad.e4 Tb*prtc U 50 cents ana this amount is returned to every buyer who Iii nut ".. 1 S .. 173 20 I been ordered for the schools of the
offhand '
Mewd wItIIlbe1'U1l1e. just what sort of a trey ,1 I hand 12156
',.' Jt:1: ABOTaoP JOHNSON* CHILL AND FEVER TONIC TO-DAY. ty would be sure of ratification by I ._ __ Philippine islands. For the sake of

'. the Senlte-the amended 87371 X7371 decency it is to be hoped the text
A. .B. GIRARDEAU Hay- 1 mi on hand 12! .ti books American
1 Pauncefote treaty'was one sort, but on history will be
carefully censored so as to leave out
that didn't suit and unless
E England, Jan. 7. Balance 2,0338 I
SAVANNAH GA. all reference to the establishment of
there is
._ ( some craw-fishing in England 8 Returned by

---.-- --- --- I it is very doubtful that any School Board OdOOO the republic.

W WASHINGTON LETTER. I lal : treaty that will suit two-thirds of Feb. 5 Received. 2,8-862
convention to the Platt
accept FOUGHT
5 Scrip can.. 3,416 84 FOR HIS LIFE.
amendment. It will soon be apparent | Senate will suit England. The 5 Bor'd S. fund 1,08240 "My father and sister both died of
}fttr ( larcomllpon ,nl.t1 ; radical point of difference is that .' 20 R'd
O.R.Parker '
their worth '
promise was
Consumption, writes J. T. Weather-
< Washington, April :29, 1 1.f1r.J I more than Mr. two-thirds of the Senate believe in fines collected 8 00 I.I
any of
'' wax, Wyandotte, Mich., "and I
McKinley's recordbreakingiitideniial If the movement that has been American control .of the canal, W.H.Reynolds int. S. fund.. 1,034 80 I was saved from the same frightful
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free excursion left I started in Washington to make the ngland'doesn't.. Mar.. 2 Hire convicts 4."i 17 I fate only by Dr. King's New Discov.i -

t1h1qt01" today on Ua little jaunt Daughters of the American Revolution 5 R'd taxes 1900 1,23. C!) !i cry. An attack of Pneumonia left ,
kit tOM1..\iilea: The special train Sciatic Rheumatism Cured Alter. 3 R'dO.RParker 100
the machine thatis
an auxiliary to I an obstinate cough and very severe
i iir.all Scrip can 2,913,1
9f seven Pullman Fourteen Years of
cars each Suffering.
booming Senator Fairbanks of In 6 R'd O.R.Parker 300 I lung trouble, which an excellent doctor -
tlc hltl
+ t e most elegant of its diana, for the republican presidential "I have been afflicted with sciatic 7 R'd tax sales 6238 ; could not help, but a few months'
bsi. The trip will cost thousands ofWw nomination in 1004 is successful, rheumatism for fourteen years," I 9 R'd O.RParker 100 lose of this wonderful medicine made .'

: ,but It is doubtful whether amt the D. R. will have says Josh Edgar of Germantown 28 R'd sub-school I
A. ,
probably a me as as ever and I gained much
,. of it rill funds......... ... .... 4782 :
, '" come out of the pock- split on its hands and will certainly .' Ca!. "I was able to be around but 29 R'd W.W.Tol- I in weight." Infallible for Coughs, '

dlle7one ot the thirty-eight pas.Ie.n suffer in the esteem of those who ar'e constantly suffered. I tried everything bert, fines._. 1000 Colds and all Throat and Lung trou

:* ...'j Secretary Cortelyou was on principle opposed to the participa I could hear of and at last was 30 J.L. Roberts ble. Trial bottles free. Guaranteed

i -I:' !fb17 alive to the advertising Hon in partisan politics of such orI. I told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, Apr. 1 sub-school G. W. Pratt f'nd, 8300 I, bottles 50 cents 'and $1.00 !sold by Geo.
the trip, when he ar- ganizations. This movement, which j which I did and'was immediately re- sub-schoolf'nd 5960 W. Price.

", that more than one-fourth of I. is understood to have been started I lieved and in a short time cured, and 1 R'd taxes 1900 2,84036 -. --
x rer3_should be newspaper with the knowledge of Mrs. Fairbanks i, I am happy to say it has not since reI I Scrip can..... 2,54684 Senator Platt assures us tbat the .
3 -v 4 to, took care that there I turned. Why not use this liniment i 1 Bal on hand _. 3,20315 Cubans will accept his amendment if
General of the D.
President I
**M be | and get well It is for sale by G. W. :
i irtists 12,0101912,01619RECAPITULATION force them
among them. Also, is I we to so. This is re-
A. p., and wife of the Senator, to !; Price, Druggist.
[ ti.food photographer should 1> assuring.
ea have the D. A. H. National Board
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.hats...' well as telegraph in ; Failing to secure the of Apr. 1 Amt per acct -.
iftr1ton..There unofficially request every chapter I passage current ._ ... 3,208 15 : "Our little girl was unconscious 't
kt are nine ladies to the country to use the influence of i their subsidy bill, the five great shipyards "' 1 School f'nd on hand 1,379 i I from strangulation during sudden

.McKInley company, aOlle1Uitj'1" its members with fathers, sons, husbands of this country are going intoa 1 Bond" 1,3.32Ii and terrible attack of I
r n hand I 1 Fine & forfiture 12156 croup.
to look after combine. So the
country yetbe
and friends, to secure support .
''I:!, 1 sub-sch6ol 35452 quickly secured a bottle of One )Iin1Jiute ,
and" that of the rest of for the Fairbanks' boom. It was be- sorry that it didn't shell out in the
I 3,20815 3,2\18 Cough Cure, giving her three !
,- wish to keep the movement i first place. ;
t' cause they I doses. The was mastered and
'etllb I J. L. TURNER, Treasurer.:
t i 1I\I rto.ft ** Cuban Coin secret that the National Hoardof 1 our little darling speedily recovered"I
i NO LOSS OF TIME. '--' -
Ir "KlthRashington hugging the 1 the D. A. R. recently decided that WHOOPING COUGH. so writes A. L. Spafford, Chester,
)4t rJr. I I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, i Mich. A. R. Wise.
McKinley's promp't01PP0hat the press should be rigidly excluded, A womau-who has had experiencewith t
Cemmissioqers I' and Diarrhoea Remedy for
reciprocity to ne- not only from the Board meetings, I years, and would rather be out of this disease, tells how to pr eThe I. family of the late "Chris"

treaty with but from future National Congresses coffee and sugar than it. I sold five vent any dangerous consequencesfrom Magee, of Philadelphia; has had a ;
"ownCuba I
WCotiat had a govern I of the organization. That decision bottles of it yesterday to threshers it. She says: Our'three doctor's, bill for $190,000 presented to '
with, meant some- provoked such adverse criticism\ that i dren took whooping cough last summer it. What would the leech have
a that could no farther and
5 lli; >le. j go they
it, tnleJli the Senateat the Board has since announced that are at work again this morning. onr baby boy being: only threemonths I charged had he saved his patient?
better |
than it did the it had been temporarily abandoned.It old, and owing to our
I Is H. R. PHELPS Oklahoma.
: 1'-a of Plymouth, 1
reciprocity treaties has from its organization been i them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, "I have been suffering from Dys-
T j As will be by the above the
.ty the present adminisr. plain that the D. A. R. had nothing I threshers were seen able to keep on withi they lost none of their plumpness pepsia for the past twenty years and

*"aal negotiation of' to do with partisan politics, but the i their work without losing a single and came out in much better health have been unable after. trying all ,

tasty world be meaningless j same claim has been made for organizations .: day's time. You should keep a bot1 than not other use this children remedy..whose Our parentsdid oldest preparations and physicians to get !
J tbe K0ffiie 1 tie of this in home.
sent the Cubans !I Remedy your r' any relief. After taking one bottle
Is of men, which are constantly little girl would call lustily for cough
I For sale by G. W. Price, Druggist.
humor and that between JESSIEPlNKEY of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I found
; was dabbling in partisanship. i __ __ _, syrup whoops.- relief I
+ alit was intended to do. Nothing but praise is heard of the It is difficult to imagine where the HALL, Springville, Ala. and am now in better health j
J their side promised to This Remedy is for sale by G. W. than I have been for twenty }ears. '
to action of Mr. McKinley, taken in response I!I Standard Oil company would put all Price
Druggist. .
-. ". bit get the constitution- cannot praise .Kodol.. Dpspt: ,ia. J
to a written request of Sena : of its money if it didn't declare a ," Cure too highly." Thus writes Mr".. '

s --r=:=, -- tor Daniel, of Va., in ordering that :I $_ ,OIlOOOO) dividend every few weeks. Perhaps those New England Tagalsare 1C. O. Roberts, North Creek,. Ark. ;

1'i1u1ea are a guarantee the Washington relics, which have : holding out in the hope that !I A. P. Wise.. ._ i!
I1formiof exhibition in i If people only knew what we know
Malaria, Ague, for some years been on Aguinaldo will retract that manifes
Fever Swamp Fever the National Museum, be restored to i; about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, it would I General Joe Wheeler declares' that

Y Pntr.8ilioue Fever, ,Jaun.eaa Ma-. [their proper owner, Gen. G.V.. ". ;,: be used, in nearly every household, as to. I'j his only dissipation is work. Pretty

fetid there few people who do not suffer lively for a man of 67.
,,4 ... breath and a are Mr. F. D. Arnold, Arnold, la., j

w and.fceUn the:. lassitude They cure fop : IT SAVED HIS LEG. from a feeling ol fullness after writes: He was troubled with kidney I', LOOK! A STITCH IN TIME I
eating, belching, flatulence, sour
Poison produced of LaGrange, Ga. disease about three years. Had I to Saves nine. Tonic !
from P. A. Danforth, Hughes' (taste
nf, :No Quinine I suffered for six months with a frightful : ;i stomach or water-brash, caused by get up several times during the night I pleasant), taken in early Spring and I

.dude or. Iron. Do not running sore on his leg; but writes I indigestion or dyspepsia. A preparation but three bottles of Foley' Kidney I Fall prevents chills, dengue and ma .

_or; teeth. Bntlrely that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly I such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, Cure effected a complete cure, he 1 lariat fevers. Acts on the liver, tones
-Co e, 6A: per box. Dr cured it in five days. For Ulcers, which, with no aid from the stomach, up the system. Better than calamel ;
;; No. 310 North Main Wounds, Piles, its the best salve in I feels better than he ever did a nd'I and quinine. Contains no arsenic. '

Lou1ti.,.: 110. Geo. W. the world. Cure guaranteed. will digest your food, certainly' can't recommends it to his friends. G. W I Guaranteed, try it. At irruejrists.Me .
> t..; jmar.'ul.lyr J 23c. Sold by Gf'\). \V. Price. help but do you good. A. R. Wise. Price. and $1 bottles. apr3'01
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Expertsent I j j Dr. Parkhur.it, would do well to o k j From Monday' to Saturday-at. every

t make a better showing for his efforts I turn in the kitchen work-a Wickiess!

\ 1a Chicago company, which owns 40- in New York before he tackles the
Blue Flame Oil' Stove will bbor
: ._ GOO acres of land near Pen acola, I nigger problem. save ,

1.1 u furnish information concerning 1 Teddy can be counted upon to Indorse J time and expense-and keep the cook

\ the growing and manufacturing oft the appointment of a Rough 1''J'' 'I comfortable. No bulky fuel to
I prepare
+ t cassava. The company desires, I ;Hider to be governor of one of the sI
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r ,t among other things, to grow cassava provinces of Luzon. I ,t T or carry, no waiting for the fire to come;

k } and establish a starch factory, if the I i It is a hopeful sign that a amber !III, .: (; !t r up or die down; a fraction of the expense'

!i i i information should warrant such a 1:! ,of gentlemen should be, not only willing it t e of the ordinary stove. A

I course. I but anxious to become the nest
l J Relative to the subject the Times- democratic presidential candidate. ,

f 1. Union & Citizen says: There has I
Perhaps the railroads regard the
been really only two years' growth I j! WicllessBLUE
free excur-
: cost of the presidential
: of cassava raised in Florida for1!
II I i eion as the purchase of another nail
starch making purposes on a commercial j
i' for the coffin of the Nicaragua canal FLAME
i scale; previous crops hadbeen
1 j project.
a' I grown only in an experimentalway. }
There I 1 Teddy made a little play against ,
are two factories in t 0-

h lusia County, one at DeLand, one at i j the McKinley free show by making :, Oil StoveI __
the Boston
i his ,
Lake Helen; and one at Lake Marv. i appearance
o : home market club. His smile was '
e Those at DeLand and Lake Maryhave
{ 11 manufactured and shipped"t i j' there all right, but his cowboy outfit boil, bake, broil or fry better than a

starch of a high quality, which has : was not. coal stove. It is safe and cleanly-cannot as
'I been taken at satisfactory prices by I So great is the love between General -, "

-1-] j Northern dealers The one at Lake I wood and the memberiofjbat'' become greasy, can not emit any

iJ Helen It of comparatively recent establiihment -! Cuban committee that they went odor. Made in several sizes, from one J 't -

' 'l I 1 ii and has handled chiefly I i from Havana to Washington by different ,
burner to five. If dealer does not E
: returned in the your
the Dade countjtstarcb plant, coon- j routes, and
.. ; tie, but is in gded shape and prepared 1 : same manner. have them, write to nearest agency of '- ? -

; to work up the growing crop of cassava : If the 'ubans are wise they will

.j l nest fall in a business-like way. i' not build high hopes on the removal STANDARD OIL COMPANY. 1 tIt

The results thus far achieved arc ,of the tariff on sugar and tobacco

t encouraging, considering the fact: because McKinley's talk to them ,

j I that cassava is a plant hitherto about' negotiating a reciprocity i!! ----. -
tirely unknown to modern manufacturing after the independent Cuban I I- -
must he pretty hard on John 1) There iat i ti-ast om >_'.insolation I'h.' -"t
t processes either in this or any government. i is established. i itif queeoof Hka
\f other country. While contributing Rockefeller to think of that 300,000 j in the refusal of Pre-iden Diaz to i- pa> tin.oh. n ., ausband's drij,4

1 t f.. to commerce one of the most delicate y; Miss Mamie Smith, Middlesboro, 1 barrels of oil gushing out of Texas |meet President MiKuieit: will a ath, it i1- i<" mated to ama :

and dainty dessert known to KV-, writes: "My little sister had:'soil, and to remember that if he goes fii\ tnt lion: i istellaine.0A.STOHXA.
'make impossible for the paragraphers -
the tables of the highest houbehollsof the croup very bad. I gave herti j into that state a sheriff will grab -.
P several doses of t'oley's Honey and i ]him. : to login:* that what the governor
the land-tapioca-and a farinewhich relieved. ,
Tar and she instantly
was 1 of Xorth Carolina said l
;; might well be called the flour I It saved her life." G. \\'. Price. I You are much more liable to disease ; to the govcrnor Bears the h

r of South America and the West In --- when liver and bowels do :':, of South Parr Una" joke.SHUDDERS Signature 11+#

_. _. dies, yet it has been subject chiefly Memphis is making great prepara-I not act properly.your DeWitt's Little ----- cf- .' att.kAv (
tions for the entertainment of the I ; --
t to the manipulations of the ignorantpeons ; ,
the of
Confederate month Early Riser; remove cause : VT HIS PAST. ,
of Cuba and Brazil-manipulations veterans next disease. A. II Wise. I II I I "I recall now with horror," i
I as crude as the agriculture ;and possibly urges do every so to one come of them and who partake can I __ 1', Mail 'arrier Burnett Mann, of Lc- LOVERS OE f FRESH[ M MC ill
1 t! plows with a forked stick. I The war is practically over in the ,; vanna, O '-my three years of suffering '
of her
t t Our Florida people have taken! -hospitality.- --- Tran-vaal, but Irish potatoes in Jo- from Kidney trouble. I was ; \ m ftnti all they require

,Hf hold of this valuable plant, which is Piles are not only most painful !, bannesburg. .are.bringing ?!", a. peck. '':: hardly! ever free from dull aches or : ..t th. Shop of

It' to South America what corn U to but alga very dangerous, aii the in-i, -- 1 acute pains in my back. To stoop or
Xorth America in The least in and most in Colson & Riven
t ; a characteristicAmerican quantity ,
-I flamed nodules are very apt to take: lift mail sacks made tiic groan. I ,
f. t way, and have subjected it t on malignant action and cancer of 'quality describes DeWitt's Little j j felt tired, worn out about ready to'i Market corner Marioa u4
( at a bound to the culture of steel and I the rectum is produced. They should i! Early Risers, the famous pills for .i Hamilton streets opposite
| give up, when I began to u=e Electric
be cured. TA UP"'S RUCKKYE1 I, J. b Y'ung'store.
the rasp of iron. It is quite possible constipation, and liver complaints. I
n Bitters but six bottles
PILK OINTMENT will cure the most completely! t

,' that our vigorous trituration with obstinate cases. Price, 00 cents in I'i'A.R.Wise.And __._ _. __ cured me and made me feel like a '! BEEF, MUTTON, KID AND\ Pffi
t metal rollers driven by steam will not bottles.. Tubes, 75 cents. now Italy is claiming a largei new man. They're unrivaled to j .
obtain as great a quantity of those I Price. will I. tounfl here. Mea
i indemnity from China-probably on regulate Stomach, Liver, Kidneys delivered in any part .t
soft, delicious grains which con ti- j the < mVe deliver bit
i The founder of a new medical 1: the ground that she need the money. and Bowels. Perfect satisfaction :, in the evening for nut
f tute tapioca as is evolved by the (
I gentle school has been fined in Kansas City. -.----.-- guaranteed bj (:w. "\-. Price. Only mornings use
(' heating of the placid barbariansalorur The basis of his teaching was "sug- : When the liver fails to secrete': ;50( cents. LET US FILL TOUR'ORDFi
the Amazon. But of starchwe II
He his I bile, the blood becomes loaded with
;! bate secured the highest gestion. suggested that patients j J Ji I
percentage' send him money, and the pos- bilious properties, the digestion becomes -
falling only a little below ,

f 'the absolute starch content obtainedin tal authorities got-him.- --- i I stipated.impaired HERRIN'E and ,the has bowels a direct con- .""' ..., .... r>-<;1r>11

I the laboratory processes, becausethe THE GREAT SCOURGE I j '
I action the liver and
on excretory
I r extraction of starch requires the of modern times is consumption. 1 c
!| :gans, and a few llo.esViii cure any
reduction of the tubers by steel grat- Many and discoveries from Tom st
cures Moumo1L1r :
t' i I case of biliousness.:: Price. ;j:> cents. n s
F is era to an impalpable powder. time to time are published but Fo.Il'Y's J:JO. W. Price.
In short, therefore the chief obstacle Honey and Tar does truthfully ;
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claim to cure all cases in the early
t encountered thus far in Florida stages and always affords comfort I It has been a week since Oberliti Georgia Vermont and Italian flarble.

has been, Lot on the manufacturing and relief in the very worst cases, i M..Carter has offered a theory of his i

11 side, but on the agricultural; not Take no ssubtitutes. G. W. Price i innocence. That last blow from Sol Granite MonumentHeautom ->. Tablet-. Statuary Al=o Steel andS
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Wrought Iron FenceParuc-. ,,ork will End tits I
in the reduction of the root, but in -- nettling Marble
-i I licitor General Richards seems tr tnc r interest to write us for .1,oen and prii1 All Work Geuutttl >
the aiding of it. Our farmers, hat e J. Pierpont Morgan, observes the have been of the solar plexus varieu. t}

i ; hitherto not had marked success iu ,Washington Star, is rapidly a])- .--- : Valdosta Marble Company I

j preserving through the winter thecanes preaching that degree of eminencewhich Cyclists should always carry a bit- .

.which constitute the seed; and compels a man to deny something i I tie of BALLAUD'S "SXOW LI\Iment. \r VALDOSTA GEORGIA. IFaar'l

the result has been with most plantations I- every time he reaches a place I! in case of accident, if applied iIi

an Imperfect stand and alight where there is telegraph communication. immediately j it will subdue the pain.

vield. Doubtless their brethren I! prevent swelling and discoloration,

j of Louisiana, with their experience -- -- ; and quickly heal the'wounds. Price,
Children who are weak, fretful or 1
in wintering sugarcane, could i't and 50 cents, G. W. Prig e.i .
have given them valuable pointers. troublesome should be given a fewdoseil j I -----

But Florida farmers have FUGE.of WHITE'S They will CREAM then VERMIn become- i i!! A Fall River, Mass., special says Ii yl 1

failed to come uu to the mark whenfummoned strong, healthy and active, have I' negotiations are in progress for the Superiority
t by the dollar which ware e rosy cheeks, bright eyes, will be happy purchase of all the cotton milk in

all after. We are pleased to'' and laughing all the day long : the country, for the purpose com J _
Price, 25 cents. G. W. Price.
learn from private sources that the -- ; bining them in one gigantic company. II -' i

extensive cassava plantation at'DeLt'on : It would be just as well to abandon'the .t! Thomas Maple, Birkbeck, Ill., .!t Is the distinctive characteristic of ourMen's '!

i i i, perfect Springs stand,now few presents plants missing an almost In out of custom every of president making, of an the I... Unitedstates. L. D. I kidney writes:trouble"I had and aery mv, back bad case pained of i,i 'I'!!'I' Women's, Boys'and Children'sSPRING I

rows a mile in length, despite the uncommon When a man becomes presi- i me so I could not straighten up. The { : :

s I backward weather this : dent he can usually afford to worryI \i doctor's treatment did me no good.'Ii; and SUMMERCLOTHING !
npring. This seems to indicate"a along without the L. L. D.
't append- i Saw Foley's Kidney Cure advertised --
r marked success in wintering the see d I 1
1' p age. and took one bottle which cured me 'i j' : ?
canes. (
t t Rheumatism is conceded to have I and I have not been affected since if; it r'I ;

T' Don't despair because you have a Its origin in a, poisoned condition o : I gladly recommer.d this remed).'' !( h = :
weak constitution. The 'I G, W. Prices ,
vitalizing the blood
and to be most successfullY I
: principle tit HERBINE will assured ] heated I I 1f; NO STOCK in the SOUTH ;
St 1 strengthen In of HERK1NE y the by liver HERBINE. which acts Mr. Lipton is going to spend anoth- I 'I J VARI.:
every drop upon kidneys and other equals ours in QUANTITY QUALITY
there is life. There is a stim-, blood purifying di-i er half million or so in the vain effort -_ 9
organs thereby } or general FINISH, J'
ulatrhg, regenerating 'u the to take back II \ excellence of STYLE and ;
power, vesting system of the offending : to England that ] 4
equaled inthe_ whole of medical agents. Price .TO (! I 1- tn EQUAL QUALITY a
cents. G. W. ;yacht :uI which we brought over !I II I S" !
preparations. Price, 50 cent s. Price. I
Geo. W. Price. ;i ------- I| nearly fifty years ago and have kept j i I I II Our Prices Always Lead.talks' !

i I Minister Conger has : ever since. 0I .'; -. j
announced \
It must be admitted I
that April has I \ "t-
i that the administration was entirely Tail( r-nade Suits, st
failed to behave like a perfect lady. Biliousness is a condition charge -
pleased with his I WaLts. Skirrs, Underskirts, \
: course in China, hut ;
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-- I by a disturbance of the digestive \
the administration I Corset, Neckwear, Under. fie
1 If you are sick all over, and don't i haven't said tto organs. The stomach is debilitated \ "
f know just what ails you, it's ten ;j! word, publicly, on the subject. the liver torpid, the bowels \ wear in especially exclusiveselections :
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s'r one your kidneys are out of order. I :.: -- | constipated. There is a loathing of \ el
Dr. Ford's ... I lr .
Poley's Loyal Dyspepticide .. J -cn.l' -
Kidney will bring food in the '-
you pains bowels, dizziness,
health and energy. G. W, Price. is the new and perfect cure for indigestion I coated tongue and vomiting, first of l' & MAIL ORDERS ; I ..

OLD SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE. { heartburn, ,dyspepsia sick-headache, constipation, and all, ; the undigested or partly digested j! s'l'.::ate ': C' n'ill a'tention, aaJ shipments C.O.D. t.'VI'
r jJ I food and then of bile. Chamberlain's wit i p'ivi-cji of cximinnj: before
ills from payinz.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran', the stomach poor digestion. It makes Stomach and Liver (! Corr Spd lilcr.ce mVltcl.'. -,-...'
right. U. W. Price. Tablets allay the .
of Westchester Ind. i .
: "M y disturbances - -.- -.
of the -
stomach and -" -"'-"'-
r wife was sick a long time in spite o'f cre !' j

: ., wholly good doctor's cured by Dr.treatment King's,New but Liu w fie'!' -Dr. W. H., Ives, Jr. ate tone a up healthy the liver appetite.to a healthy They action also 118.! H. Bro'J

Pills health.,which" worked wonders for her and regulate the bowels. Try them Levy ,:

Tbeyalwavsdo.- Tn them. I! PHYSICIAN AND SURCEO1.I : and you are certain to. be much .
Only 25c at Ceo.V. Prfce'i Drug pleased with the
result. For bale
-4 Store. I'L.5KE CITY, FL.'. PHONE 118. j JG. I'rh'O. by J i S.\Y A\X\. GEOHUL\.

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E.s+iished 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTEfi.: 3

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tal of blxty-eight Hepresentatives. I
f I tIn evenness of sthecute time under

the above, Putnam county is ditions peculiarly favorable for ''on-I

given two members in orJer to get ing exact factors for all the problems

sixty-eight IleprecentatiTcs. tho jgh" it ia (.ought to ohe. F\ery trip is observed consumptIOn

schoolgirl she is nineteen inhabitants, short o. by electrical expert': the indiu-- i
Many a tion is estimated the
the number power measured, '
required to-catitle her to is the dreadful
by no
the means,
is said to two members.If Mate of the metal the Jhertnometrieal |

be lazy and the and barometrical re'iditionno- disease it is thought to be-
abtl"e'en: adopted as the ted. ne. sell' as the Lumii'ity and fog at :

shiftlesshen apportionment the tjllow.ng coin the different elevations along the line, !' in the beginning.

,' she tied would gain; one member eacl : Every woman loves to think of the and when 1.000 trips hale betn made i| It be
Alachua time wren a soft little body all her the data thus I'atht'rpdiI! becoutidI > can always stoppedin -
(! esn'e deserve Duval, }};;:a'Dhia, Hlllsbo- -
1.I own will nestle in her bosom fully i ered, with aiew of rl'1! the The
I formulating beginning. troubleis
the least bit! of it. Jackson Leon and Marion, and sauf/irg: the yearning which lies in '
Y suit to be applied in such directions
She can't study,easily the followiu\ may
lo yt acre is a black cloud
'e one member hovering I
faDs asleep, is nervous : llra.lfonl, Like, about the pretty picture in her mind i be opened up. ; you don't believe it ; you'on't

tod tired all the time. Orange, St. John: Santa P !'a and whi:h fJ's her with terror. The j I i i

\'otJ h.I dread of childbirth: takes much QUELK rote[) ACUUiMany "UL.Vn \\ believe ittill you are 1
away ,
r And what can you ex- t I _.____ :
01 the ,
joy motherhood. And
? Her brain is being Council Proceedings need te yet forced to. Then it is danger-
pect not so. For sometime there deadly poisons are blue in eol-
I" fed pith impure blood 1 I has been upon the market,well-known such bluestone
touncilCharabtr, Like Mity. Fla.. and recommended |lor, as or the deadly ous.

; and'her whole system is May 2nd, 19u1. l.a.mer.t calledMOlher's by physicians a 1 nightshade flower. The color stands in Don't be afraid ; but attend
our slang for everything miserable and
; pilfering from poisoning. Council met in special MMsio:!. President
depressing. i i to it do it
: wonder you your-
Such girls are presiding: present Ald- Friend
Sunlight is a bundle of of light '
;! t hilly helped and greatly .icrmeu HenbOii. Rogers, Pluupton, vehicle -red, orange, yellow, green rays, blue indigo self and at home.
r t changed by taking I Watts and Inman. easy as nature childbirth intended as it.simple It Is and a and violet all mixed together j i Take Scott's Emulsion of

The clerk reported that .Merman strengthening I| The mixture of all colors is white

CJuy mien has filed his oath of office. which the skin psnetraJjg readily absorbs.liniment It : light, the absence of fell colors is utter Cod Liver Oil, and }live care

J llrsSlnaPftrllift On motion cf Aid. Plyrapton bids gives the elasticity and vigor, I darkness.Keaeh : fully every way.

: for removi prevents sore breasts morning sickness kind of light has its own special I
DeSotoete hyacinth* from Lake and the loss of the girlish figure. i Uses. The red rays of light nuke I This 'is sound doctrine, :k
opened and read. An .
mothcT in Butler Pa. the leaves
of the trees to
Aid. Plymttoitmoved says: "Were I toneed Mother's Friendag.tin ; grow.and whatever think or
you may
that the committee ,I \.ouldobuui bottles if I had :, hasten all rutting and decay. Moreover i i

aptMiintcd removing hvacinths to pay$3 per bottle fur it." if you cut off the red rays plants be told : and, if heeded, willsave

be authorized to remove them, store.Gcttother'!$1 per bottle., Friend at the drug will grow with golden brown leaves life.

.;"? Hundreds thousands which was adopted. THE BRAI flU) REGULATOR CO., instead of green. I _I

cf schoolgirls have taken Council proceedMl to investigatethe Atlanta, Ga. Blue light has a curious I effect on free If you sample have its not agreeable triea ft, taste send will for +

: charges against Pulicecian J P.DoUing Write for SCOTTY
; i&ciurfn2thepastSOyears.fi Ujt>y is riurn." die; they languish, and remain & BOWNE, Chemists. r<
for arresting L. S. Mil'er, yet 409 Pearl Street New York.
; Many of these girls now alive. The blue makes them tleep. SOc. and $1.00; all druggists.
April iJ.
& have homes of their own. witnout >uilii-ient cause; The effect is exactly that of moonlightand -.

member what After a full investigationAid.. starlight, when all plants taJ.etht'ir
It." Uogen made the f.illowng: motion: natural rest. ifa1Jonekro"swly the G-rman.
; cored them and now .
That Policeman D.).vling IK Under red continue to the
: fully e\- glass nearly all plants light Chinese they
they give the same medi- ollt'ratecl from all blame, which wa I grow four times as quickly as under ; have not taken the p'ibhc int> th -ii.

cfaetotheirown children. unanimously adopted.On white liifht. grow m four times their t| confidence. .

'..; You can afford to trust a motion council adjourned. 4 usual height, and throw cut a fine di'-I'! -.
that has been piay of green leates. Tins 19 (': ---
Sarsaparilla AttestV M. IVES, Clerk.
half --- proof that the re.T rays of sunlight j 1 SUCCESS WORTH KNOWING.
tested for a ----- -- --
century. cause the green I hares to pro>\\. : 4 -\cu" success in the:;outh
(Utfcttk.If jJI arzjts>rs. Card of Thanks pfll"t"IIuhe >
TRAVELS A MILE A MINUTE. :. Tonic a ft-at remedy tor
:I your bowels are const!- Stops the Cough ;n i tit orks off the '
pned take Ayer's Pills. You [Editor ( 1TIzEN-iF1'uaTsltj| I wish; -- : chilli! and all malarial fevers. Ill t-

'; ett't have good health unless through the column of your paper Slut Speed iUBeked by a Trolley CoU tcr than calomel and quinine. Contains -

}rave daily action of the tf sincerely thank 'those who kindly I Laxative I5romo-Quinino Tablets no ;.cnic. Guaranteed, try it.
.;; you Bcutku.OH j so Car la be Slow-Going CIIr I .\ druggists. :.10cMasters 1lrottler'I aprl3'OI: ,
f' bowls. administered: to the wants and .f Pblladclpkla. cure a cold in one d.iXo cure, no
: box of iriilacaredmy I i
hrpepen- JU*.C A W 01., comforts of my dear wife in her last I II II pay. Price 25 cents. < 1
is i+a 13,1.x.. IathN.Y. ,
illness and to express our heartf In whatever other Sale.!
respects Philadel-i
_, ..Ihe DoctOh Being the only free show of it?
,- Jr fill k*>. eonipUnu whatever appreciation of their sympathy and phia may be slow the has a trolley car I |\irtue of a final ':c ree of foreclosure
lItiillln Uu bta mddual kdvle oaiy |kind on the road, the McKinley exhibition J t o* ,
; ; inortiianr. tendered by the Judge otttte
,;' ..JOIII!, tcaeln,Write Ut. awtor condolence in our leri' ltement. which sweeps through the city in the i igray i Curuit (Court m and "tor Columbia:
/IIeb' Iw will Ktttn t prompt n- May Uod's blessings rest them.S. hours of dawn and which. taken j is drawing big. The comb : J <>uit>', f-'londa. in Chancery sittiac. on

ic,;; ih.wttkwitewt, a..IC..YKR.Addrw.Lowtll.Mm.itappcrttoament upon day bi' daU swifter than anythingelse ; 'nation of a president, four members; [I lutualiHui.7 In the rase ot the National .
1' Ili'iK. u anil Loan Association, ot
.. .. _. _.. of its kind or class in the world. of the cabinet, and the mc:.t palatial[ I I New York. a rorimraium.! againstV \.
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iII'-..' It starts from the heart of the city just I'! special train ever seen calculated :'Xibiark.. Leslie Xil'iiaifc, and Ludie XiMa'',
k Atlanta, (;a., Nov. 7,1>! 7.Dr. I I .Aril!. on.Vowrf
-- after the I
newspapers are out of press |! to attract crowds.
-. -- C. .1. Moffett -Dear ?ir: I cannot i, and tears away through the ulent !j nj, June 3rd./.. 19fJ1.

p la the Legislature. too strongly recommcud your streets in a northerly and westerly direction "J had a running sore on my breast i: <(luring the legal hours ot, sale, at the noel

'Tbe constitution of Florida,article \ TF.I TJJXA (Teething P.\Mler.) to up and down hill and along !I for over a year," says Henry 1:. Rlcbj iiunlic'louse door auction ill to Lake the( Hy.highest'Florida bidder, sell tor at

.S1fl. eftipe3* bay?: : mothers as one of the best medicines ,alleys with ol'l'hional stops to throw !j ;ards: of Willsey vhle! N. Y.. 'and tried'I I I fab. the loll ,,"m:' real estate, described
/ out bundles until 27 minutes later it I II I i I said mortgage as all those certain lots or
**The legislature hat shall obtain for their debilitatedand a remedies but
meet they can great many rot no :j, parcels I.mdnll"; n on the map or plat
,lift.: 1887and those that shall meettterften7earii sickly infants. I have used i it1 I rests on the northern summit of Chestnut relief until- used Banner Salve, I i I I ..llhe,town* ot Lake;; t. itv. Florida as Lots
1 >| ti's and is9
hill 14 miles This U containing one a'r.
?; away. at After using one-lulf box. I water r-
I tach, [ ,
: Dunn.a toltoi.s North hv
: han with l.ut
thereafter the
ap-. very sitUfactory ;, the merage rate of 35 miles an hour.in- i fectl cured I cann.>t rt'cOlJml'nd.it .: I'hpKtioa; th? representation in the last summ"r with my child, ardi eluding at leaf one stop everythree- j I too highly." (J.V.. Price. Louis ra'.lH't Soalil liUIU1> otV.. A,
Slbl"c1; by lands or
i whole! of while have heretofore lost childor fourths of mile the estate of Emily
Seute the 'number Sena- i we a a says New York -- iiarnett in the k.t,trrn Kiten-: "ii ot the
;" doted from Sun. I i Std town: or a-, much thereof a.- is m'<'e- -
tMMttO thirtf-two mem- two teething under > <
othert I Under ait execution issued by the t-K'ri of to tully aid
sari satibty decree.
, L \1+Gx: ant at the same time shall also remedies, our present child, that hasi :. Sometimes on its route it has run a in.ile I the Circuit Court ot Columbir county Ha., ,' 1'urclia.ses pay for titles.
Joli\a '
against Sims I have 1' vied and
f ipportion the taken TEETHIXA is fine in try minutes and it has mdethe I will sell at the upon o PARKER.
I representation, in the a healthy public outcry at trout ot 11I liecial Mastsr in Chancery
;i! distance in 25 minutes court house in Lake CitPI.. .. '
including the I & to tac IKMiZEK&. GILUS Solicitors
EM*of Representatives, t whole I boy. I am, very respectfully, I which |. nubest: bidder tor rash on)Mouila,June 3IWI. ,i tor ComljlI
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the t'Jule time
stops just st : between the lawful ,
j t i 1II!representation not to exiodMtjeisht ;; A. P. BKOW.V., D. 11 of the steam express trains for praet;. mg land !situate and being hours:n said:the Comm toll -- _

[ members." '\Hrolhcr' of U. S. Senator and EvCov. ('althe! same distance between the bu county l .-\ul: Ode at TO ol land clei i
-"rlllt'd a>om-ai lot in section ::I', tonn
;:Tkc ame section has also provide 11: Joseph: E. Uro n.l i I aiic places, though on neither the : ship.1, t:., in town ot Lake1 Geo. 5. HacKer icn
t ____ ('iI\, 1'la.. bounded north ..
: tot each county bhall have leacii'! ncr the Vin--\haiiia railways bv > A. L. railroad
one right of way. cat bv land ot J, .'. A >-
I.::Etstestntatire in the House and no : The cost of taaintain'.ng: a fir .. d'o-tGe trains make auituj.s.. Sum'I'til1es. :I 1 }!ell, south by land ot J. O, E\uns. and e-t| ;
, class hotel on wheel daring a periodof : ; as on market day. there are ill'I bv land of estate vl \\. :M. Duke: orsouiuihthereot
Uwatfihall have mare than three as will be necessary to satisfyaui -
ten uptitins when sleep! trunis get onthe execution witb cofcts. Purchaser lor '
1- lttpreentatires.'TWiprovisionof. several weeks, anJ covering a disItance topav
( lines of_ metuls. and: Ctt.\ioralaanother title. W X. CON >>
If of more than! ten ousind Sheriff Columbia Kla, 1
: the constitution t'ountv.
trol'ecar' behind fine
| get ., .
!' l.akefity.lo'la. May lot
I l :i-inndatorynponthe, legislature tlike o ; miles, carrying about fifty persons, and dee'u'tisr it the right of wai '
-, ._ 4 A. fi''r ,
I", the apportionment, and yet i cannot be much, if any, less than a i 1!, promptly but de>lilethe oeca-.iona': !'I =!

,there baa been no apportionment )'eu'li salary of the I'residellt--tI,' delays: for two year-. in all renditions 1 --nu-

: 'rise 1 SK! ,although legislatures 030. It will hardly be claimed anywhere weather, facing rain or nio\\, with

; jib,e met since the new apportion that Mr. McKinley pay this career nn--lianica it !has incidents Made on ai'xer-e an average to its 35 .|: Luuisiille g Rus1iiB1e} R. .

. iem ihculd but the question is, who does ,
hate been I
; made. out ef 23 : and
trips on t n e only once Runs
through cars to I'en.-acola,
"l-Mathe! present session of the ------ Las it been Imisrer than 45 minutes Mobile and yew Orleans, to Biri -
-; fcpfctnre a bill has beer introduced covering tie distap.-e. On that occasion ,i I I miaghatn, Nashville and St. Louis, to MAxcF.irrrr>ats OF' r

Vfct&eBoose the wreck nf a hay wagon was on Louisville, Cincinnati and Kvans-
, providing for the
: ; :ftWanent of representation reap-instate CASTORIAFor I the road and fur tli. the Eagle Flight ville and to Chicago without leant r I DOOrS SUS ij B1IfS Mu111'lis!' "
train. For
: tint hod' trolley was not reyonibe.Prow : rates, schedules ami .
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Infants and Children. 1 tleiu'l tins this car carries s !sleeping-car reservations write to or .- AMBuilding )- -
I !bepopulatiosof call I
the b>in' the for distribution [ on
.;.0.stiIId the number of members The Kind You Have Always Bought it IUH.M lie tl.cu:lit to be a jour R. H. HOPKINS, Fia. Pass..tgt. Material.

:*f the Rouse cannot exceed sixty- na'i-to:: enterprise in 1'hilade'phia! but !,I it W West Bay Street,

l '.ttt><4the ratio of apportionment : Bears the frkH this ;i- not he rase It is an experiment | Jacksonville Fla. HflRliHSTOfi, S. C. i

tt.IJd be _'l inhabitants : Signature btht' Union Traction fcnipany late,t f.L.STON'EG. P. .\., LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH.
to each ,
f., neaher.! the maintenance of high speed and the Louisville, Ky. mart:, Send tor Tru s i\ rut

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I -.cearalnr to this rttio the followbtauetiei -

would be entitled to
< each: Alachin, Tu-
f 6 ,
s r..lllbl
HUUbor '
Jack'Marl i
:. ; and n-aeren counties 11 I Iftkw

rt.eatJ-one L&
fo11o'wtn[ '
: counties are en-

i"-totwomembers each: ColumHamilton I
i, i--Gad
: Jefferson, .

kovlouroe;, l"olk, Putnam and 'I

" }, ,,:: !\tmbernae counties with eigh- I qHAIRRSIUWFLLGRAY

i'U: following! counties
are en-
:' r ledtoont i L
member each: Baker, i
, ; r. t[r4. Brnaid I
i Calhoun, Citrus, [
. "'Pdt.'DeSto I
; Franklin, nero '
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-- + liulmes Lafayette, Lake, '
.! tIbiri'lIallatee' I
Nassau, Or-
.' : eeola, Pasco, St. Johns ||

:SQQlttrt Taylor, Volu-1

and Waihmg--

,- aentZlnne
counties with
':"" members,
making a to-

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It,! \I ': Recruiting Officers in the City. -' --A handsome----- ,building- -----for-a gymnasium --f }Ir. W. J. Baxter ot North Brook.i. I II I You KnowR'hatY

c f 1 L F ji f The Clt1Zeu-Re orter. Sergeant F. J. McCormack, of L to cost $10,000, will add greatly ': C.. says he buffered with piles for When yici take Grove': ,

Har- to the beauty of our little city, and fifteen years. He tried many reties Chill Tonic because -
First artillery, Fort
'= : battery,
will make the college campus appear -, 4; with no results uatil he used plainly printed on
i E. L. DODD, EDITOR ISO PROPRIETOR.A. rancas, Fla., arrived in the city last every
better advantage. This; ';'itYs Witch Hazel Halve and i log that it ib
. i ; .H. DODD,Aautant Editor. 'I Tuesday from Jacksonville,and U! re- j to much > simply iroay
( = infantry much is assured, but just think ofj! that quickly cured him. A. I:. >n a tasteless form. X0 cto1
icruiting for the cavalry,
Official Newspaper of Columbia County and : bow South Marion street will loom Wise. .jO cents. |
tile Town of Lake City. Florida. 'I| and artillery. fie will remain here : -
if a handsome new college main --
up -
of -
until Tuesday. Eight young men
f Published every Friday at Lake City Fla. !i building is erected, which now seems: I represent nine of the best Fire I, :\OTlCE TO OEU'Qt_ ,
the writing,
this to present .
Office-South ot Courthouse up .
square. I .I evident While these improvement Insurance Companies doing businessin j I am now malting
I IcCor'-
have enlisted. Sergeant : .
: of the college are necessary for it to : the United Mates and will take: i J delinquent tax payerTfe ..
Aiiertiiing Rates Furnished upon Application. j' Mack is at the Edwardi House, and i !
I' onlre ach the full measure of its usefulness ; pleasure] in insuring your property.I tion. All parties that
: those desiring to enlist can call I II I Will
t Entered in Lake City postofflce a. second ; outsiders will indulge us the local ', also write accident insurance for forward and pay their
I' class matter. !,I him there and receive full inforuiaItion tutU,.
; I II I ; pride we take in them. not only i The Fidelity and Casualty. T. I:. Pith of Ma\ will be '
a* to terms of enlUtment, remuneration -
as auxiliaries in the educational deVelopment Hodges, office opposite Rdpti-t the list without cost. C.
Subscription "1.00 Per Year. etc., '
of the state, tut as adorn- church. 'Phone :34 aprl! ('ountJT4ZC
1. :i Applicants for first enlistment
;+ mentsof beautiful and thriving _
.; I{ must be between the ages of 19 and \: our
FRIDAY, MAY 3. 1901. 13.j character and | city. .... wwe.................. ...w.-

II" [ year. of good -- !:.,a..ia.. ..t a..I.............a.._........a&.O. a_'.a&._.' .. ;_" ,
fclli : habit, able-bodied, free from disease ; ..,. ,

i: OUR COLLEGE (iYMVASIUiI. t and must be abie to speaK, read (j ......1it

and write the English language. Xo
under the of H will PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPER. Ready For Easters
1 The joint resolution introduced l>y person!: age years

Senator Carson appropriating 92,;;00 j I be enlisted or reenl ;ted, and minors ', One bad feature of metol la that it is ....... ,

I to equip the Agricultural Collegei between the age of 13 and 21 years prone to poison the skin. \->tr Ka :..rw 3-it., .n-i.< P''r.3n. i...h."r, ,.r'mrUya!!,
MM UUorilv The h h
I < anl.u .I'l'll-i > i.lir" m I.: ;
: gymnasium, and authorizing the m ust not be enlisted without the Some photographers prophesy that NrI han gyre I rrsrutrd .&".iF' MJUllfnwt,
I I written cosset of father, only sur- is HHIt
board of trustees to accept the do the coming developer :

nation of$10,000 offered by Henry M. riving parent, or legally appointed Uydroquicone should never be used t.:..: SPRING AND SUMMER HATS

i Flagler, which Senate by g uardian. alone and too much should not be add- .. .J
a past the
Tniitier; v uh a e .ntjil t .1- .t all iimi> u; tirs' cla.<;&
ed' to metoLPj ,,. ... .,., , iilllBay
h unanimous vote, has received the I artillery ... a''alt'ur plrj-in' uu'i > < r !prompt aUeJ lox
? 'ro-soda is an excellent developerfor ...
7f of the House there
hearty approval -
The pay proper of enlisted men serving plates that have been properly ex- MRS. L. T. FU fiI K
] being only six dissenting votes. I posed. From them it will produce soft :,
In Porto Rico, Cuba, the Philippine -
; The readiness with which the legis rich negatives of fine printing quality II>I

lature has! taken action in accepting I islands, Hawaii, and in the territory ;i Probably: the cheapest developer on i: .Y........... ."....".....
of Alaska, is increased 20 I ."i'... H. U t H... .. t e.:.. u,
L Ir. Flagler's proposition is ample! per the market says the Philadelphia j a.......".... 4M&.a.a., ... .. .,

: : evidence of the spirit in which tile !j centum over and above the rates of Press, is rodinal, which is a fairly good ,

"t people regard his generosity. Mr.Flagler I! pay proper as given above. i! developer. It is used in one solution i

'j l feel assured that the and can be worked on developing paper !
may : Policeman Exonerated. as well as plates. j jI <::1' g; .gr2.Q' :t? '!<.:g; :2'
: 7.
?: .
,I.f people of the entire state of Floridafully 1 ..fh.S '-: "= .t
The city council, at their special i ij Eikonogen is a good developer which | tM.
his munificent gift j I'
appreciate !
1 I meeting Thursday afternoon.. called : U considerably used nowadays, more |

THE PROPER SPIRIT. to investigate the charges preferred frequently in t'Ombillationith hdro- THE FLIGHT OF TIME
quinone than alone. It is a rather mild :
by the S. A. L. R. R., alleging that i: j] 1
developer giving negatives of extreme jr.
1 I I| J Policeman J. B. Dowling had entered and with blue-black tint. I' & i
When we make predictions! as to( } softness Leaves a proces-ioa of nnigjln! humanity
;g -
[ one of their cars and arrested a pas-1 i iI | One of the most of the newer *? ;
the future development of Lake City popular I behind.: But it doesn't leave '
1 senger without authority and without is amidol which is in
we do so from a sense of deep con 1 developers vogut'both
j *fl us behind. We have too much at stake
.t j' cause or provocation, after hearing: for plates and developing: paper.
) t. viction-not in a mood of idle flat i, \both sides of the case, exonerated i On the latter it gives good tones, but @ to allow that. We're right up! with

i tery.'e have many things to sin1 I] 1 the policeman. Attorney L. Harrison |[ they are blue-black instead of pure tfJ the times in every rcs|>cct. That S

tain IM in these prognostications hut; i I appeared for the railroad and 1\ & we're the
black. t.f.d why pretty nearly whole
presented of testimonials :
above all is the spirit daily exhibited |i; !from persons who array were on the train ,Ii Nowadays metol is seldom, used show in oar line of business.

I by our citizen. in speech and action |i i ;at the time, /giving the side of thewitnesses alone. The usual method is combine

evincing their faith in the fu i i 1 1 man arresteu. Several: it with hydroquinone. flydroquincce

ture of the city and pride of its pro.grt' :. residents of the city, were called and j* a rather harsh developer, whose Dry Goods and Clothing.

t :s. The btranger within our I clearly established the fact that the great specialty is the giving of density
had done his
nothing rather than detail so that it is *
? gates meets no grumblers. Our citizens i- [ ,duty, and that the conduct of the avery

t are jovial, hearty, wholesouled I j jznd man arrested:; not only repreben-1 i' good points blend it makes for metol good., whose weak I g M. L. Plympton & Co. |

hospitable, and are ever ready | :sible but descended to absolute black- ,
5' I I guardism. In exonerating; the p<>- 'The original developer was pyro. I{ ; ,
r to acquaint the sojourner within our j! !iceman the council did perfectly which means a developer in which the I j IJ1J Opposite Court House. !

borders of things past, present and I right. We cannot expect to have agent was pyrogallic! acid. This is a | /

hoped for. He is made to feel thatour j an orderly town unless the officers good developer, but stains the banes !' "" :<5' .8: : S ';;:;': '
people extend to him and his a'II' are upheld in the discharge; of their aLd sometimes the negatives as well I j i 8.jjj' 1. ; 1p P'::;7 ,p..:';;;:; ;;:;;p;;;:

hearty welcome to locate within our duty. The old school photographers all use ;,
Those of the who
midst and enjoy the times passengers may pyro, which is usually used in two so- !'
prosperous j
pass through our city in future. who' J
y. that we ourselves are enjoying. This ', need such a check, are put on notice i lutioEs, and claim that the negative .""''' ''' '" ''''''' ''''''' ....,,....,,''''''''''

t lJ: the tight spirit, and in lieu of j I that while the train is in this city II i can be kept in more perfect control I ,
f J I they must conduct themselves in c.,1 with it Ulan with any other developer. !
greater activity in the line of public i ;,
t1 t j proper manner and respect the laws : MEN ARE DOUBTLESS IN A :
improvements, we believe that this |i of decency. The simple fact that MUSIC AND DRAMA. ,

has had much to do with the large I they are passengers on a train does i '

number of accessions to ourpopulation -'| not give them license to descend tol i Rudyard Kipling has dramatized his : QUANDARY OVER THE WEATHERS :

1 during the past few year 'I the level of the poltroon and the ]long story: "The Light That Failed," I(

blackguard nor exempt them from I : j and the play has been acquired by i': ,
1 Keep up this spirit, talk for the -
ij I punishments prescribed by law. :r (Charles llaw trey. the English actor. '| .,,....,....." . .
t town, and make those about you fee: j i --- I """""""'..".. ..."" ,,
| Jenny land's letters to a woman ,
1 i Memorial
that you cherish a pride in its Day. i
past : friend living in Italy from 1345 to 1S74 :a don t melee It If w. did we would pros
and present, and will readily lenc' Lat Friday, memorial day. opened will soon be published! by an Italian ai"ably beurely about .tempted 10 give you "naturj ,

"i i yujr aid to its future uphuilJing.'t bright and balmy, making an un- 'i !firm. The letters, it is reported number f quite ice.a spell even While dav.anticipating ID tltt: w<
broken succession of fair days ererbince over 100 and give the prima Ionna' I j jf i j wave. il I:.W.I't hurt. however to KIn' vuu a
f bandy t fur quick rt.rt'nct'
HYACINTHS TO BE REMOVED. the institution of the custom of f outspoken and unconventional opinions ,
1 decorating the graves of our fallen i about tbe music and many of the musicians ALL IN ;

heroes of her time. I j I .
l The committee which was aPlwtni t-1 Xl'td of new Shoe,, !'hl'per'i. or r.'lw'ar ot I
The line of march formed promptly! !| Sad Yacca the talented any kind and who
i cd by thc council formulate / Japanese are not in
to plan at the ,
appointed hour 11.30: .
a. in. J actress who was heard in New York last j
and ascertain the cost of removiri : according to 4)
program. ,, winterand subsequently appeared with j FAVOR OF I
the hyacinths! from lake DeSoto I At the cemetery Commander C. A. j I
'I much success in Paris, baa Paying high
t Finley of the Jesse J. Finley I, been con- priers for K"oo.1" of inferior ;
has been authorized to begin the of camp.[ misioned with her hu"balld, Kawakami. 'laalit.tyle or nt..hould getS
+ sons veterans, opened the'ceremo- > I
work of ridding: the lake of the pests. nies with a few appropriate remark, : by the empress of Japan to make a i THAT nOTION I

The work will be under the dire i: i and extended a hearty welcome tu : careful study of the stage of European | ,

supervision of one of the committee.Iuch the large concourse gathered on the countries and select a number of plays ,j On for tbt.'mselves a purchase which at nurture will brinK I" alas tbem UW.h'bert" _A_

credit is due Alderman ML. : grounds, estimated at 1500.; Ilev. P.I t I suitable for translation in her lan- and. Let rcrrviudy :
Pixton then invoked the I
blessings ot': guage. Theempre sdesire-todoaway
fir Plympton for bringing the matterto Almighty God. SAY
4 w.ith the ten-hour Japanese plats and "AYE"
a focus. It was he who took the: After the prayer the president and 1 give them a more reasonable length. j When a.iked t", come bere. a. we II
initiative and asked for the appointment members of Stonewall chapter bestowed guarantee the best shoe \alII. 011 VI
pt of the special committee and the crosses of honor upon| j j Geo. C. llkkock, !'orrisYi :.. : the market tor the least money I

; ; such veterans as!: had properly filed says: "Foley's Kidney Cure has beer :
t at the special meeting- the cou aprlication for them in all ': S I
i'' cil i, thirty- ; tested and found to be all you claim DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Thursday afternoon two.
moved thai i I .
: for it. I have ken it to father I UNDERWEAR: NECKWEAR
they be authorized to proceed with Mayor F. P. Cone, in his usual my j ,

} the work of clearing the lake. felicitous style, introduced the ora-i and it H the only thing that rte r HOSIERY, SHIRTS, NOTIONS.
i tor of the day, Senator Frank Adam"of i helped him." G. \V. Price. ;
F' There will be general rejoici;' Hamilton.: The address was a gran i DRESS GOODS, CAPES d

among all our citizens: who have of oratory, and found a responsive I! ------ ---' CLOAKS A\U JACKETS

I ) interest in making our city attra c' echo in every heart when the pa- Union Picnic. ,

live and i ul roving those gifts of' southern triotibia, loyalty oldier and was valor depicted of the i in j There will he a union Sunday I ."....."".........,,"" ,................,"' ........". ..

nature which alone can accompli!: glowing: language. S 'school picnic at White Springs Saturday r f

t' this end. It will not be long before :j' At the conclusion of the address May 11. Every one is invited \VE CAN SUIT YOU" r rs

,. f we can enjoy the exquisite pleasureof the graves were covered with 1'' to and take V
go basket.
a The fare
wealth of flowers. Never before 1 has'there
rowing a skiff over the placid bos- been will be, round trip, children. 13: d
E in this city such a tinhe cents: > J. E. INMAN & COMPANY I
ow of lake DeSoto and derive1 t'i floral exhibit. After the usual three 'others., 2' cents. The cars will be a .

j benefits of this most healthful and volleys were tired by the cadets, and the station before train time and
ll exercise. C. .L. I. respectively, those present t
exhilerating We will
venture i better
the were invited to repair to the park to go early. I'HOXK NO. 4. NEAR DEPOT.m &I
that within a few partake of a bountiful -- -- -.- Ijl
months the whole lake margin will bu, One of the notable features repast. of the Try the new for ,,,,,,,,....,"...."....,,"'" ,,,...."....,........
1 covered with boathouses.The day was the visit of the old veterans S costive-
lake will to General J. 4. Fiuley. General I| nesChamberlain's Stomach and
not only be the resort Finley is in his 89th year, and owls jj;' Liver Tablets. Every bos guaran- |

of those who enjoy rowing but 1[' to the weight of years could not a I-; 1 j teed. Price, 2.a cent For sate by-:

I its scenic beauty will appeal to the tend the exercises, but greatly enjoyed Geo. \\ Price l j !:V:"

t 1 esthetic tastes. Resplendent in ti ie'' the visit of the veterans. I II j ----- !ITo Watchmaker f

refulgence of the sun and dimpling1n I ,
t STATE OF Onto, CITY or TOLEDO, i produce a thorough alterative I
s the caress of every breeze, it will : LUCAS Cot-NTv. b>I t

.J 14 present a much more pleasing appearance I senior Frank J. Cheney the makes oath that be is the effect, the blood, kidney and liver :' vfil Jeweler, ftttingot Graduate Spe.Optician.t* Ie!!. Scientifc HUM?* iA
partner ot F. J.
Cheney & must be
r than Co.,doing business thoroughly treated. "7'" @ t.wWc Eura\llJ: a specialty
the wide waste of in the city ot Toledo, i
a Vt
Mixture !
I county and state aforesaid and tbat said acts on all. Young's Drug !
s: matted ve?ttatioa which now encumbers firm will pay the sum ot OME Ht"NUUfD' i store. and Optician.
it. : IXILLAHS for each and every case ot catarrh '!
:. that cannot be cured by the Use of Hall'b I t
Catarrh Cure FRASK J. CH SN*T.
h If the Cubans wise will'not '' Sworn to before me and subscribed in my I t/C. That is our bnsiness-and we are doing our best to please St
'' are they presence this 6th day of December ?\.V. ". 'fl! you and give you the best sen'ice. ?
build high hopes on the removalof f-' r: @ Everything we do we warrant cannot oe done betttf $

M the tariff on sugar and tobacco: i {s-**!- ., A. W.Notary CLEASOW Public t I II Iv j LOT OF BRICKFOB ;IlL''" Everything anywhere.we sell we ittyourI
guarantee and
I protect you
; because of McKinley's talk to them'' I.Jrcba.se in Price, I
,i Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally I SALE BV I t/iJ e"ery'oiYln and in yuahtyROBT.
about and acts directly on the blood '
t negotiating a reciprocity and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for tesUmoni- : @
treaty after the independent Cuban alas tree. }'.J. ('BEn.Y.t Co.Toledo O.f f B. THOMPSON. RADFORD. I
government it established Sold by drumjtsLs.73c.I : ; -- .
x Hall'sPamilv Pills :
t y I I are the best may:

.. ':'1':'... 'J.t.' V:. lf''.'';.... .iI.-"x-" '4 ".\j w:' \ i ':Vi: :- ."'".

S -5-- _



Established 1874.

fIt =

-- ':; I Elegant line of pants as cheap-as I jI -- ';" ,

r>-. I good goods can be sold, at A. B. :

! -: Most Complete Stock of Brown's Surprise Store. I .1 r.
i: Mr. K. S. Futch contemplates ) J. D. i.
I Crabb
i !
Spring: and Summer flillinery ; erecting a large bathing pool at thee:' Says j'J

spring on his pace, near Alligator .. ,. .
-,:- Of ; lake. i / Tbe IJest is grubd enough for :autbudv any rt'B y k
, in i
any City, now Jon \ txKjys lirotfcrr. a:111Ilt a man wlot'l..h..o t:A
,: Mr. ./. D.
:> Display at J Crabb has rented one of vW
Mr. J. Evans' residences he calls for
on West 8 whisky, IS WHISKY, c
MISS H. RILEY ( Orange street, and Mrs. Crabb and
!; ,, ': children arrived; in the city Thursday sia. and not Preoriaor \t'inciuaat spirits colored P.
with burnt sugar and flat'ored with juu'.
Leading Milliner. to make this city their future : prone 4

I.W.I home. | may3-lm A Word to the Wise is Sufficient. ( -
{ The city police have been quite |

busy during the past week running I "Y- "f7.. Za' r -'fl ? ' l the cows. The ordinance prohibit- > t,.<):l>.<>.<>.<)4..4).<>40'.
-- log the cows to roam at large on the
streets went into effect the first of1! .," .

:1 I I i the month, and the authorities are I I

,i I determined that it shall be enforced. 'I II In I tC

Parma:, PARASOLS Parasols I .\ alarm of fire was turned in at : NEW SPRING HATS' '

11 o'clock Tuesday morning to which :

the fire company, after some recon. "' I .

: noitering, responded. The fire was j The Easter display has by no means t I
i! at the residence of Mr. W. H. Perkins -: f exhausted the deslgneror milliners ( r ;Ty "j s,
i skill. Beautiful models )
are here to
IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.Chi1drens2c i 110 E. cambia street, and ; f take the place of those sold and keep f'...
j the stock: complete. The dL plav ut
( originated in the kitchen. The! f serviceablewalking hats is partirui r y ...
.; flames were quickly extinguished larly interesting t L
to i: with buckets of water. No damage.

$.1. ,0.Ladies I The advertisement of the new grocery ,\ MRS. T. N. MTONf ,,

firm of X. B. Long & ('0. appears !
,oc to $5.00.JflS. elsewhere in this issue. We Monroe Block. Marion St. r f I :

., extend to these gentlemen a hearty ; ,
( O p-1e +r
welcome, and bespeak for them a1: I Iv. yYI
-.. 7 i j business. ., " "
. prosperous They are put : ;
ting in a well selected stock of groj j .

:: ; ceries and general merchandise in < +<>+<)+(Y O+U+U+O'O+( +
@ j ) 4) ()!<) O () c OO O..O ()+<)+4w \
t.. .lJ'lry E. YOUNG :,. the Monroe block, and are ready toi; :'rabY.i fMYeia:3sEsia1'fss' iC.: .} ,? O4Y'i.aY &;: .

;: GOOd \'tot'e. : fill all orders for their patrons.It N '
sa "'ot'n will be the of v
Hat'dwat'e, { duty the county
j jLocal commissioners at their next meeting C? 1

to appoint. a representative- of this i

county on the advisory board of the I, !1 RESERVED FOR 1.
\ state fair. A meeting of the advisory i ,
News Notes. ;, *'.OO shoes from $1.00 to $1.50,shoes board will be held at Jacksonville |1 Lott W. Johnson & Bro. j

{,,< ; for .;je, ..je shoes for ilk, at .\. B.I i May 24, at which time definite I i |
". Brown's Surprise Store. steps will be taken toward securing ; -

: i!Garden seed of all kinds cheap at I I adequate representation and exhibits 1'1 PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT. fc>| ,

J Young'i drug store' |j Sunday ;I from all the counties of the state. 14x.4 :_

.1 Kf bargains in shoes at A. 11. CBrown's ., and will return to the city in j Hutson has a fresh line of butter, 1:,
!_ Surprise Store. I !several: weeks with his family. cheese, onions, Irish potatoes breaky< ,
t. Seed peas, beans and corn almost: We carry a large and well-selected fast strips, fat mackerel, sausage, i j r;' 7A.

;c at cost at Young's drug store. i stock of drugs and chemical of all';I pickles tapioca, bakers' cocoa and gj .
r. chocolates, dried peaches, apricots. *k w ww w
Co to Hutson's for fresh cheese, I kinc1s-.anything you want and bee j ww ww
; 'advertised call at Young's Drug- evaporated apples grapes, nuts, '*ssohredJed -
,butter,onions and Irish
potatoes. I -tore. : wheat biscuits and all kinds
'-. Mr. J. G. Lewis is spending the: Attention ourreaders is directed of fancy candy and crackers. Give Q.Ga..J| $ .G G Qeg .o...$

>i'leek in the city with his family. J j to the him jour trade when in need of .
j display "ad. of1 r. .1. 1). : AT STEI 'S .
t ,
: Hatson carries a full line of fancy [ Trabb in another column of thi-. ;something good to eat. ,
cruken.,'candles and dried fruit. i t i-.ue. Mr. Crabb handles only the Senator Dimmick, and Mr. Lee of '

: Com pound every Saturday at J best line of goods, and will treat you I Hamilton and Mr. Armstrong of Su- : Special Sale for 30 Days : :

", "Hart'i new mill in Lake City, Fla. ; right. wanee, members of the house, met in We will reduce priers on everything. We a nice line ot 4t
The prettiest line of fans and[ The rectory of the Episcopal| the city Wednesday and proceeded Lace
Em'oroidenj '
and Silk-V.'ftite Goods Readu .
r beltsat' to the college, where
A. B. Brown's SurprieStore. I, church was disposed of latweektc they were acquainted ,
1'c 'I JUfa Ir. Helvenston of Sumterville, Fla., with the affairs of that in- '! to Wear, and all kinds Latest Style Trimmings. .

;; *Josie Harris is spending a few lfcyi \ho at an early date will move his stitution.. The committee, of course, G We call special attention of the Ladis to our PATENT LEAT"ER SUP 9 ,
|' gave out nothing for publication, but PERS. We call special attention ot the Gentlemen to our CLOTHING: Ae >
with. relatives and friends in I I'Mison. family to Lake City and make it his l
I we believe, after a thorough investi- will sell you at AC1VAL COST We Io not expect to handle ClotbJ
I future home. ,I -ration of the needs of the college, I. ing in future. We will al.. REDUCE OCR SHOE STOCK and in order to Q i

." Paints, oils, glass, putty and car j j Mr. J.. .'. Wynne, formerly of At- t I that) they will in their report favor I Ii do so will SELL AT COs T. \\'e have the Latest Newest and liest Line A

tisbM In any quantity at Young' j'!ants, Ga., and a member of the firm 1 1I I i the trustees.appropriations. asked for by the I. Hens Shirts and Ladies Waists 9

.dreg'tore. j I lf :\. llf Long & ('o., grocer, is arranging I.
"7" Mixture-the to move his family to thicity j I( To Cure a Cold in One Day Ware Prepared to Faye }ou Money on Ladies and Children Trimmed Hatvmar '
greatest blood t | I
f pari6er oL the nth century. Young's i i where they expect to make Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tab- I: F---- 1 M. STEIN. -_----\ Wft
.slbSitore.. | their future home. I Ii I i iets. All druggists refund the money

=''. : Mr,Will Cowan, an accomplished1 i Skin affection will readily disappear if] it fails to cure. 1W.. Grove's j..o..ea.o..g..8S. ..... .

s nixolojist of Daytona, is installed at i by using lk\\' tt"i Witch Mare signature' is on each box. :;c. .,

; nbb'. bar. ![ J Salve. Look out for counterfeit. ( tt1. 0+<>+l)+0+0.()r l)+()+()+0+()..()+().O+l).()+()+().()+ +(,+l)+()!()'),w. .
The best j If you get PeWitt'syou will get good 4 111 & c.i..t.. y1.u\ili&: & ', ,
BOX and that
stockings '"
I results. It U the quick and positive ,
: sort peer sold for IOc, at A. B&ora' A cm t.1 of inquiry about :
cure for piles. A. I:. Wise. '
r', ,Surprise Store. I I Mr. 1L C. Lamb of Mt. Tabor has ; < Pianos will reveal mUl'h I What do You Eat? t. :[

1' \l1si i Nettie Yeoman, of Tifton. : that is int rlting.. 'e ,

Califi)lr.and Mn.iting E.in G. Flo\\'ers.the city, guest of ';purchased, in the a south-western half acre lot, portion with cottage of-I sell the hiA'llt'-t 1'lllt.Sat ti i Did You Ever Stop to Think of That? ;tj. '" ,:

J : the city, from \rr. John Vinzant. most 1'l'sumhJe figII Do you know that the markets are flooded with adulter- ,r .
)[110 a G. M :lIed goods ot all kinds ,
McCormack is spending: He intends to improve the and that you are liable to eat :'
pioperty, thins c.
the res. : you would not like it you are not careful about
< week with relatives and friends: and will bring hU family to the city : what you buy _:I.,y.
"IaJiChonville and Cedar L:1KTE1: &; DtWL'GlI, To be sure ot getting all She Purest and Best Groceries .
Keys. (when the improvements are made. < 'IIONR02 81.\'K. I we buy only brands that are guaranteed to be pure. We fity
\ buy them from reputable houses and 'II' CUD assure our
Prof. 1\,L. Burger who has been j I, The firm of the Lugand Marble t \ customers* that every article bought ot us shall be pure ,'.
! .s the lick list is I "-- -- fe and holesome ;: '
able to be up and I <'umpany of Valdosta, Ga., has disi ? Free delivery of goods foal! parts of the city 3'1A
tttrnd to hit duties at the college. i! solved partnership, E. P. Lugand retiring Notice :i"y.

'". Rtf..1. Tims will leave on the i and C' B. 1'eeple succeeding Is hereby ;icon that I will place J AND GENTS GOODS, FURNISHINGS.Monroe NOTIONS HATS.. SHOES, :1

'. l1'L to attend the 'I j The firm's name will hereafter be the in the hauls of my attorney for collection I 1
mI 1'reshyterian lien ', Valdost-i Marble Company, and will all notes and accounts past N. B.
Assembly at Little Rock, \rk. due, not paid by bt of June, 1001. : Y c Block LONG & CO. t-Y
coutinue the business of the old firm. I ::II! Lakel'itvtla.. ,, '>
Jrtem Sow fa the time to cleanse your ;i Mr. O. A[. Scarborough and .' Iij'|1 Positively no exception)[. I:. 'RIGHT.t A Dealers in General ."." ere h a _Ai see J"'A>1
i of "
.impurities. '
Mixl.M111111 :
l? noiil It thoroughly. 7"Young's '! Sallie 0, Edge of Mason were united I ii>ii W va>i W WW\ J-; WW WWWWW( V5u rV !>if

.t'.-UIlIrttore.. In the hOly bonds of matrimony ai !M -
: I that place Wednesday. Miss Edgf I -
: : w. Haley resided in and 3I PIANOS. .
master o has this city, ha : P.
1"CoIoneiir.T' portatioq of the S. A. L.., spentthe many friends here. We wish the | .
J'.ln city, the guest of happy couple long life and pro per. ; IV c can sell you one f JUST ARRIVED AT_ -,
I ,,, L Harrison. ity. (' the best Oil moderate wi .
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an election today f'I; Miss Edith Iadford, the chare m- !i tel'IUS."T(' also cxI I ( THE DOLLAR BAZAAR

,,i''I 1 ttuee meA to me as trustees of th :,i i ing and accomplished niece of our J! l'hallgc oM Pianos "<

; e Crtl.ub-achool district for tile:, popular citizen, "Kob" Had ford, left,1, and Organs.
;;,. kit' two ensuing years.O'Qt1Inn i' last: Saturday for a visit to relatives ; < Carter &; 1)UfOlhll.aosROe A nice line Summer FootAYear J ;

r;" !t-a.. ,,of Augusta Ga. I in West Florida and Georgia. )Iis"l, < at.oc.eK. for MenVomen and Cfiiidreii.
;: -- s vtslt *' week In the Kadford will return to Lake City in :, < ( : !
t of 1Ir, and city, i time for the commencement exer- : -, The best Shoes for a Dollar in the State-call and see them. ,
: Mrs- KfclTu Also Summer Hats for \
,\ EiervbodT and prices are so Low *\
: +foj for Archer. rises.i Attention Farmers : you simply can't help from buving J

:2 Doa'twittuntll- : I This is the time of the year for a j The best place to buy hoes, plows, i!|

but your property is general cleaning up and the liberal rakes and all kinds of tools is at j) "finnor ld Straioht Front Corsets

id' take. out fire protection j use of lime, both as whitewash:: an Wright's, as you have the largest _
lIe.- Call on T. I:. Hodges.isera 'stock of hardware in Lake City to I j
: : reesents nIne I a disinfectant. \Ve are glad to note 'I'select from. I liest make' for Comfort and u... Misses. Cor..etal..o on band. *1 i'
-' : :' Gt!ice of the best co nl ,, that whitewashing on an extenshe : \ II I loA If 'edon says you money wtdon te\iect tit.rll you gOOd. I I
opposite Bapti..t -
't- Pllone 31. scale is in progress in some portions i| 1f

E' x 'itt's of the city, and we hope that othersfollow ,( Nothing Over
: IJtUe 'r t "ar. y
I'tltoteat Early n search will suit. We must pre pat t td.in FRESH OCALA LIMEs f oepepLEP'
pirtl of the boels n time for the hot months, and a J\
{ / Jl toputltie9 speedily with i iH ;, lime bill now will save a doctor's bill J', IN ANY QfAXTITV, FOR SALE LYn '
-ort. later with all its disagreeable co -
1tIr Y" They are famous for' I comitants. See that your home at I'' S. B. THOMPSON. LAKE CITY. FLA. H. F. URIE.
to J
take I
t fIIk, "1L 13. never neat, clean and attractive and th 1 ,
'.' Wise, the air breathe Is wholesome. ,
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if dumped into the ricer like a shove ORDINANCE NO. Us-

i. : i SfJR .... b4 ('). 'f:1:I of coal into a bucket. Oh, it's bound '! ; -
the M.i
tJ ii" l'I. lie itordaintd by >or arc
\ ii: U 1f lII I tell
to come you. ;! Aldernun of the town of lube! City :
; I Th<>n hero's another big uphl'a'althat j ..,.
I +a/Ma n rww.
\ II,: ULCU threatens this city. Hy the timt I j Florida: i'--'I '
m the nest mayoralty campaign contra I I j St:c. 1. It flail} re unlawful for CASTO Rli

i. Sores and Ulcsr :1 \er Laconic chronic: around the people of this city are po any.Ia"Il.. wltaoat: auth I'JI.,'. II

. rl i unless the Uoo.1 u s.i JKX-T comli'son :< in? to be treated to a sensation such I break, tap} remove, di-tur'j ir injure II
.- sluggish, vieaV. end uua'Mc !o throw t..t efore. tell! I.
had They
\ ; the pigs tl-t nerunuiate iu it. Thj as they never H any way any irater-n-ai 1 ut For Infants
to"what vice and '
1 1m' ; system must be r!!wJ of the unheaHlj see extent corruption what hydrant or otnsr .ipj>li.iis,;,' <-r hture. \- Childr'UAstDRI ,
and- ,
has been practiced
matter through!11"$,atvl great dan!!of of water .vi TiCs \vtcv'
part any
. ti1 t to life would follow: should it !heal L Ufore do you get ort here I'm sorry. '
within said = The Kind
town. You
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I the blood haslL-tlInadc pure and bodily Diva
iI and all is Ipnritirs ci in taed from thes"s- 81:". i That it thili be ;>.,'Iw: :::

tem. S.S.Sj.bejj.ir the cure l>y first clean: BATHE IN THE BREAKERS. for any person, without aatlioi-tt.: y .
. ing and iuvigordt'iig! the Mood, building to cut. break, .mo\e or r'i.uri i. ,---- -' - 4 Always Bought
L' up the general Leahh and removing fro:ii Two Yonng Men ,
i al Atlantic City .. ..'.. '
I the any tr:} any oft :e teie.: :_ : < A\cgeiabJePrcparatioaforAssimilating[ -
system J. ,
A GOKSr/UST DRAm Take Plunge in Icy .
all morbid phone <>.'cleotric ligl.t v, re-, :" ".-' ihcrooJandliegulaUng -
effctcnlaller.Up6JI THE StSJEtf. Waters o* Wager, insulator! *, lamp.car'.on: : :;la. "I< ( Lhs SDmachs: : :: +Ottit5f :Bears rile
, f. When this Ins le occomp'ishcd the discharge I ;
r Two young men astonished the other: iixture erected or mut.uni : I .
i gradually: : cw es, and the sore 01 .
ulcer Le.ls. It is the ten-teucy of these old I f trailers on the board walk at Atlantic i i aa part of ar.y tce.rsl.a.! ; : Uj -;. I e. i

indolent sore tj: glow worse and worse, :i j I City, :\. J., the other afternoon by ap- I j phone, or dictrio H! htin<.< v.i'ii.iitliin -.-_ Signature

r and eventually to destroy the bones. Local j I i i pea ring in bathing robes and deliberately j j I v\ the corporal.limit, if fi: I Promotes;$csionn.eerfw'r.cssandRest.ContainsneiUet! -
applications, while gcotlung and to some I i I I plunging into the icy breakers! j 1 I l '
of I (
extent alleviate pain.cannot reach the seat j!: They did not do it once, but several I| "tc 'itj.j I of
of the trouble. S. S.S.does and no matte I: times, and there was snow on the I l I I Sec. ;3. Any person violating: ai.'of ,..' Opium.Morphine nor rirteral. i

how apparently hopeless your condition, I. ground and the temperature was below I I the: proUionof this ordin.inrt I :NOT NAHC

even though yuur coc lililtion Las brokcac j the freezing point. The youths I hall be )'uni-hel II down, it will bring relief when nothing
else can. It supplies the rich, pure blood | tiara .n bert J. Edmunds and Harry ceeilin: the lllIl of $:jU1)1!*. or inij "OJIJr9NllZPITCBER .,
necessary to heal the sore and nourish lownsend. They" took their plunge on I prionmcnt nt cxcrcding hH
:i- the debilitated di-cased: body. j a wager of $50 with Robert and Harry :
fi j inonth* at the di-ervlitin of th:' \l.:.' :
Mr.J. B Talbert Lock Ilex J4S.U inona. Miss, I Leslie who come from me'hmond.'a.. I j ji
1 says: "Six years ago' my leg Irom the kure to I 'fhe told weather and the or. j 'I
,11 the foot was one solid sore. Several physician frigid i IJ.1nJ'J n
treated sue and I made two tnps to Hot Fpnngs water to them were things of terror, I l'assetl by Cnuncil April 1.1,1'.tUAttest ; J
o but foond no itlief. 1 w3siudu< S.S.. but to Edmunds and Townsend two : \V. M. ICES, !'lark.S. .
; and it made acamptetecure. 1 have been a per.I .
fectly well man everllD.e- hard young nun they were as old I L. HFRRV, Pr"i. Pro Tern. :

is the only purely vegetable friends. They entered the water near I} Aprrm'l'd \p-ii l-t, !!'.)!. i US
blood purifier Young's pier, in the center of the Apcrfecf: Remedy for onstip.tit
SSS city 1- P. ( <:::r., Mat or.
.1 -contain? no plunged beneath the breakers, came lion, Sour Slomich.Diairhoea, -
poisonous minerals to I
'- -. -- \'ormsCon\'utsID! Sfe\'CrIsh-
out and raced in their
"l drippngrobes: :
I digestion and I F
.I I add to, rather than relieve jour suffer. along the strand to the opposite side C6' ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. 0 r 0 ver

I I ings. If your flesh dues not heal readily of the pier, and took;: another dip then A'" _.,-- I II Il
!r when scratched,bruised or cut, your blood donned their cloaks and hurried rap- Tac Simile Signature of
J is in bad condition,and any ordinary sore idiy to the residence of Town eud. i 'r11
is apt to become chronic. whichas a half block dUtani. The\' it .J1 l I Thirty YearsTHEXCimuR
Send for i 1i NEW YORK.
1 our free book and write out were in the water six minutes or : I I
physicians about your case. We make no longer. Several hundred people wit- i
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charge for this service.
't THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO- ATLANTA. GA. iiessed the performance. To raise good fruit

Aluminum. .1' .you must: have Potash. i CASTO RIA

j II The use of aluminum is growing,arid I EXACT COPVOF WRAPPEB.

j I its price ia decreasing. With the Fertilizers .. .
ex- "
r FEARS WOE FOR NEW YORK. '! containingat .
i IT i caption of iron, /ine and lead, it is COHMNV. sea..tta taTr.v
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.. Ii I I now aid to be the cheapest m.talon least 8 b of
Man Predicts tb City Will Cava la to 10/0
the market. 'Twenty theorIJ's I
i, From the \\elgkt of Skyse tears ago
a.eu.r. I \\ output has about the tons and Potash will best : :
its price was about $'!O.OGU a ton. I give

: There was nothing about him to Sow the priee is less than $700 a ton,

.t indicate the cran!... lie was neatly but I tons.and the output is reckoned at JU)0. I results on fruits of all! %ix .

not fashionably dressedand his good- '
r natured countenance was of the corpulent kinds.
Patching Cp Two Naval Relics
I order. He glanced reflective Two of the
most teoerable relics of
f 1 ly out of the rear window of \Vrue for our uhic'il.. mJ! '
8.the French the pamphlet < j
navj- dispatch boats
Third avenue cable car at the tall: Inconstant and Papia-have beenbought U ia every farmers libr.lryThey i I $ 20 I.F. I.
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;i buildings along Park row and Broadway b> the repubiit- Ecuador and are sent free. _

and for a moment looked se are now being patched up to be sent I
rious, says the Xew York Mail and' to their destination. GERMAN KALI'ORK !

L l Express. I'i -' I 5-: Nassau St., New VotL.Application Teasliers Prospective!> T ,..rs

H "Too much weight," he said to a j -- .
fellow beside him, nod CA73TR3.d.: I will and Rex \\'fi ..ses at the Lake
1h8 Kind Yca Hare AIrrala" for C i.y rollre. V'
ding hit head in the direction of the I Bears" BmiIIlSignat1lll : i Administration.

buildings. "Too much weight entire #+-# I SIX_ week, utter the lir t puliluatnn 0
C of DOtlt' I wil ajK to ll-,n. \\'. 1 520 COVERS fill (
i ly. People don't seem to realize h'es COUnty Judge.. for'" tirr-.uI i adtuiniac.-
that the I lion on therstatt> of W t'.Cullins deceas ai .
r portion city Apr. 1st IW'I U.11.t'ruso... except railroad fare tor one term.send .
is only a crust of rock, with water tor circulars toG
k1; 1. of great depth beneath it. They II. A. WILSON.Collin v

If keep putting up building after build I tv.. F. YOGUM, Lake dm, flat $

: ing of great height and weight, ace .. -..-,::.- ,
it some day there's going to be the .::,"., -'h' .;-..,.='...--h'.....:"" """""" .
--------- KudolDyspeps

i 1 whole greatestcatastrophe blooming lower of part the ages.of The the _,:I I "'-'-i-,:"".""'.."-..;'...:.'.-,.,,. ..-....r......2'l'y....'_'-'GI-7...J"rh" -"' l: O6 4CO v CA :r a i0C00 i t 6 0 i4

': city, or a good portion of it, will cave ;.i "J.,:;,..".....:;.---r.<.!.....-... :.\-r..t-..'.'....?.,:;...!_::. 001 II.I ., .
C in under the enormous strain put upon !. :'''--- ('f'W !
it by these skyscrapers, and the l i-- -i-if' I'.: a ;
loss of life and property will be .in. t-\
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lit calculable. Digests what .
: you fs rtrjrfc.n.a'U* *ai-s* ag> iaa
I "Just think of the weight that crust : .,' ._ /..,.. '- _._. .. artificially digests the food and aid I j
'it has to sustain. Millions of tons ol I I Nature in strengthening and recoL" I
Ti J&5 t-
iron arriving here be i 1 i4
to Covete"F
every year structing the exhausted digestive 01 I Not
f I
Iti used for girders and rafters. Millions gans.; It is the latest discovereddigesl- E ES'U'ul OS fJ.Jt,

of tons of brick and mortar arc f f nNDER'l! IEIr.I. I I I ant and tonic. Ko) other preparationcan !I : GaYEirirET :..; ZOK. /:/ TilE KITCSFV. HEALTHFUL=..iLS.i I

used in constructing the buildings i i approach It in efficiency. It Instantly i i I DAIVTIL srjfrro EASC "A HEART :TO KZETITS FAT, ."'

to say nothing of marble, granite and .!: =it.r. la.; rclieKsand permanently cine. Write krCziticzze ./ (OJ dJf-raiicBSit-:.1'j"U of:he br.t;roJ sfilom IT .a? fHlli 1
Other1 kinds of stone, and all I Dyspepsia, Iodige tioa, Heartburn -
pile Flatulence I dnlsry, tutS, for a nodal luLzy, aeie Lie troiib lil/1li;.
that frail and Caskets! SlUes Stomach, Nausea :
upon crust of rock, which I and C'
must give way some day under the I 1'iires.' Orders Promi,tit Filit'tl. all Sick other Headache results, Gastralgia.Crampsaml of imperfect digestion.Price I I .N"'T: !::.:' :. ;i.rATT"I1- ;,
p strain. -
-=---:::=--=-=--= : 300.and$1. Large size contains 2K time t 'It. v1411.aI5L
t "Then there's the bridge, too. It I small size.Book aU shout d pspepsla mttiledife.
+ can't last forever. Some day it is g) Prepared ty: E. C.De WITT'4 CO..Cb'cags' ::! .

t: ing to break down under the ndi i I I ,- -.- f t t'V 5ff" l kA5i

+ 4, lional strain put upon it by the trot i. V5i d 9 ; i #
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#tk Icy and steam. Imagine cars now the running at UBrooklyn. I. !i r =:r"' ';J i'..... ''i-!;':i; p.. .co." .11:1:of l4mperuuZnC'
scene r' I. oS r
4 p !: ;..r.' .rfdom {!ztJ ltTr2
rush hour I i' t !
some night-trollEY car ;
t > i ; It ;
THE .1 LVj: 1 : .tt' [ fil
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on both sides laden with people, tit : ... ...
promenade crowded and trucks in a I f IGONORRHOSA'I)1l t. frffi' ... .. ;Ore t 4". ", '>i.: '.. .... i lake Glae! t hg la.-set oMs Queen.
f /
t -' I V .. GLEETCURE II ;! (;1.; =--
steady stream. ji.
I Suddenly one of the III I ,; ,
prcnpuyproegredussotax. "modelsketc4 e .
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cables gives way. The other, unable! +i+ or photo 5.r free report 01 telltswht1. Booklln,.:* '* oi< "" :-

to stand the strata alone, also parts.nnd ., i CArE SURE i toOetanu.s.andForegnPatentaandTrade-Mark FHE& Fairest terms area offered to inTentor.....".ft. frtl: :':=: -jItt.D5-\' AN nD BY

fi{ f peoples ff |jg jflpckg areBean .-_C., 7 '/ t.a..rrs CURE YOURSELF CW..ft .t r"ir0, t I.1?",AIrL rAnK' J.000..LAW.PATENTS.ouoo EE3
OASiTtpR: ;' Ft'' SI.CO.r c..uQosts. I, I :: : :;':":.,;'::,j', rf '/f''r'l fltfHiU.! J U IiU i i I I IIJ J.U
: ar.C Cfarcat t. Cf. lrp Ww C. A. SNOW 'Ff; -.J' ,: .
the / ire Kind Yon Hare AlWK BOfijMBiguton l q Sr / I & COJ .. :' r.''' ... :o- /
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cf TII-- l For ale l.y George. Price. Sss; Opp. U.S.Patwt Office: WASHINGTOn, D. c..1 \ \ '.;.> is."iT -_---- ,...... -
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I "National Steel Rargosare tlia Xcver uad a tOTe to bake as
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best made.
e\cnl7. an.l qoictly."
n. :.i. Piict, .lOe,AlL NasWae.
iki "Abacdanrc of hot water j:!r.ays
; "In Eertr
furnished. l 30 years Lonseiceplngi
i fl r'f 1 w.R.:CJU.'fG!JR,, CTBtts 'Oc.k Lad a stove *> pleasing."

After Rsv.J. R Eawis,NaiWH-
I E i : one year's hard. service, ..
'Tyi/ Tn i in perfect toaclition."Net .-' ,,1 "I am snre there is bone superior.

111 ,l F.ts:no OtPIUN ;;C:; OL. ltSh.. 1... 'Y J. T.AHEAX"'. ScperinteBt

e-lidf tie fo_i required Water Ii/orb. N2t vtr.

as formerly." LMATPOS : "The National, the best range
I ViKSETEa-T (- lV1nsTY. in tise."
Fy kman,U-
Have never seen one I would C J.CUSTEB

exchange it fo!'." "Takes leS3 wood and less time.*

B. F. 3T2ATTO- NaanciTh T.J. DODDCmk



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-,:nENERAL I Garnishment Notice. I'I Notice of Change of Partnership.I .

= CHURCHES. Plant In County Judge's court Columbia county i ) G. HARDI.V has withdrawn from the
( ystem. Florida. firm of J. E. Inman Co. J. K. In ,
Jk s 4 j man and J. G. Lewis continue tbe partnerzahip -
I J. U. Holmes. John D. i < and a.tMime all liabilities ,
paspreaching The Hater. W. 1'. Bowen { apr-4t J. E. INMAN & (.>. ;
Great Through Car Line From Flnttida.CONNECTIONS I I and K. C. Korabeck I .
.x r m. and 'lIi p. m. Sunday school I!I partners under the Hrm .Vv.um.psit and ,
y name ot H a k e r & iarnisbment '
Jpworth.League 4:00 i I
'ff 1930 a. B. : : !, flolmes Company. | Damages '1'.19.00 : 'I.) whom it may concern .j
.;t.. to. Sunday. Prayer meet- To i I L Notice is hereby that thirty
) The Atlantic Coast Line given : '
via Charleston Richmond !| 'F
..... Jglyedneaday evening at .:UiMevT I The East and i' |j days after date hereof I. tbe undersigned '.
! \Vasbin- '
E. W.
, "'... i ; on. Ashley. will apply to tbe Judge ot tbe 3rd Judicial : '

t .Services every Sunday 11 ;I Via All I'al. ,L" f j The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and I '1|\)others E. W.whom ASHLEY it defendant and You all I!j Circuit for my e'ourt letters ot ot Florida discharge, pursuant as assignee to law otI .
Washington. may concern: are !
i a.1I. and 8 p. m. Sunday school I hereby notified that a writ a Garnishment I I Ambrose H. Hart. sv.'II. THOMPSON.l .
meeting Tuesday -- --- bas issued, in tbe above entitled .suit and l j Lake City. Fla.. Apr. .th. 1\<111. Assignee.Notice .
.. &, 11Praler I The Southern I that in tbe hand ot O. 1:.
8 0 clock. } Rait.vay via Jessup, Atlanta, Chattanooga your property: :
"i'j "ereDlnjrs. To West The Louisville *' Nashville Montgomery.: Parker and Kear.sey J: Hut oll. has been I'I. .
garnished and tbat unless bc-
The you appear
*, TPttCOPAL-Hev. Curtis Crubb, rectTPreaching j I j The Southern !t'y'ia Savannah, Columbia and Ashville.|11 i fore said court oa or before the fltn day ol I t Sherilfs Sale. >
'&: 2nd, 3rd and 4th I: j The Mobile & Ohio R. P. via Montgomery. 1 1"I May. judgement by default will be entered '
month 11 I against you. I I : ANl Wi' VIlITUUK OK A 1'1'I
$ ,Sunday in each a. nl. BAKER HOLMES CoiIPAWV.BY 'LIIEC II
I writol xeculidii issued
J& m. Sunday school at To Via Savannah and Ocean BOOZER & GliXEN. Plaintiff out
and p. Steamship Company for New i; l
1: Eat Their mar. loi I tin Uicui'; C.iurt of the Third Judicial ,!
,:J) am.' The t. York, Philadelphia and Boston. I Tirciil' <>f Kl..ri
t. Via Steimoriin. !f Via Savannah ana Merchants & Miners Transportation ..1 i!I County, in favor of John \'. Uronii airlu
r j>>usBYTEBIA -P.ef. J. C. Timms, J Company for Baltimore. ;::iinst S. $. Keene i :'UVP levied HM>II
< : uii.l nil offer for sale and sell to the highest -
pastor. Preaching every Sunday I>i j, To 1V E1 WEST ) -- I I Divorce Notice. bidder( !
& at U a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday and Via Peninsula and Occidental ;: IIIIIIM-. in the town ol Lake {'it\'. Koridu.liitweeu .
5; .school 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting I I'trery. I t I HAVANA J i iTo Steamship Co. i i MI i In Third Judicial Circuit Court of Florida. the hours nl IloY'ovk! a. u.. and
"Tuesday afternoon at li I I I Columbia county: In Chancery. 2 o'clock p, n1. in.the lira
ockC 'i Nova Scotia, \ !I I Solomie Smith i I'
-1: Cape Breton, I l Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship j;' Joshua vs.Smith }- Bill for Divorce. ; Momlnii, Jane 3nl, ./. D., 1001 <.
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RAfflSTi-Eia. E. R. Carswell, pastor j I .Cwards fwand"fr Halifax Ha kesberry and Charlottestown. .\lIll1e lullotring .It''rihe.lll1lh1s h'iuh allll f
HAVINU been made to the
' 6. Smkes every Lord's day. Sunday I{! IT affidavit of K. T. Boozer one appear ct council ;j I U-inp iuate in slid Columbia'l'olllll}', ,!I
>:30a.in. Prayer meeting I i I. Winter Tourists 'tor in above to-\\it N\VJJ of the #
i'J *school Tickets will be on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern complainant. entitled suit tbat |11-1"1101" : XWJi and I.
. & 'l'hundayevenings at 7:4-5. Ladies Western and utbern State to all Florida Kesorts via Plant System, the the residence of the defendant Josbua + ihehKh .if Ihe. SWHCt' '6. K. S. }j
during i
"' Band meet every Monday ;I! tIOIHWI limited to return until May SUit with liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.season ;Smith is unknown to complainant and her ., ot lh<; NKj; .".'...'(:. 27 1 I'. .-.. I'. 17 "". and
j -ifi. 'Belpinff I i i supplied *ddres..el ot ?' and the No advertL the undersigned will be liberally !;i ;solicitors; that there is no person in said |I I.1-:. 120 a-i'e". 1:,, of S\\ }. SeiTf... 2 KSKJ. .: d.
evening at 3 o'clock. w itn all Inturmation i State the service ot a subpoena whom
ss handsome upon i .
ii: matter. ; .
;would bind defendant and that said detend- 117 I't and K 40 IC'fI' :KJand X'iol S>, y! .
i i FOr Information as to Rates Sleeping Car i ant Is over the age of twenty-one year It mid SV't ol SKJi Sej 9 '1'1' :J R 17 S and ;
CITY OFFICIALS. j i r. M. JOI.LV. Division Reservations etc., call on or write to |; j is therefore ordered tbat said defendant K 0:0 acics. l. lsNo 57 :.ua :,8 |>pint of '
; Passenger Agent. Joshua Smith be and be is hereby required I i bRiuniogat the Noillint'st corner of Lot
1W W.
Hay Str. Astor Block, Jacksonville. Ha. to to the bill of herein .
; XV. a DENHAM. appear complaint I 1.i, ttuus Aa4.i -III ("1'1. .lIlh llloi fl'tt't.,t
:}DTOL-F. Cone, :i savannah.Gen'l Superintendent Ua. B. w. WHEN*. Pass. Traffic Mgr.. | ]filed, on the and day of June. looi: and that'i I 'iu ("cl. with I'.i fret, WI'st Y1i) feetiti11 ;
'this order be published once each week tor I
Savannah.Ga. I(
S- egg 4 TU. tRER.W. M. 11'8. eight consecutive weeks prior to said .hl 1rt III begwuiugli' 1)iviyion hike
; 3rd day ot June in the CITIZEN KepOKTbK, I| t'J", 7u acres, Lot 311 S". XW Iivisin
\a3ILRSRALA.1i:. Pnk h. a newspaper published in said county. i I 1 i.:iie City J 4 of an acre l/ot 47 \\\' Di-
: ASSESSORH'. Willlo"). Witness my band and seal this -JSth day :; vi:io"i Luke Ci! y <'nu aero. Lot 62 fra<:ln.u
VESTIBUltQ larch A. D.. 1KOL !:i i.\\V fl livisioiiof Like Pity % of an acre.
'' ".--'K.-lf.J. Edwards i 1 ISEAU[ ) )I. M. SCABBOitcntcn. '
'> \ : SEABOARD AIRLINE I/iiOS lig! Northern i>i\'bi iiin of lake ( 'j"
"t .jODEBiffiS.-TCXy SWe, II*. /'. S ,, State of Florida. Ii Clerk Circuit Court i '/. <>f alend..nt* ,i'rl'. As the property of the )). -

i 1Pdtt1' J1. 1" Hampton, O. Jf.\\ I i.MITEb! ; Columbia county (bb ,| S. S. Kc'IICor hO tt'ul'h thereof
M. M. il! lx the
I. Scarborough clerk ot circuit i iI | K* iieces arv to sutNfiiction
; farter, J. E. Inman, J!. J. 11inloiRogers. I court tor said county do hereby certity I! sii.Icxcciitiim in II.L lUll of ,:!,CWJH 11111
.TRAINS '! tbat the above and foregoing Is a true copy I i :.11 O..-t'. '1'i runs<."?II.
:. !l-F.: RAilWAY '[ ot tbe original order ol publication on hie I'urfh.iM to pay for title.
I and of record in my office.
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DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEi 1X Witness my band and seal this 28th day of w. x. ( COM
t COUNTY OFFICERS. I March 1WI. M. M. SCARBOROUGH.IMEAL :I Hid ill'Columbia Countv." 1''lorids.
'. -. ] Clerk Circuit Court :i I Lake em'. Kla., May 2, lOolaga
g"1i- & EAST"
4i) : 66. t I
i I 38 SYl"fIIERDID '
:tt'JUOOE-W. M. II'es. S ON'I __, 4 : 1 I

"1' A: COHC. I.v Jacksonville.. ...JIO SOaj 7 45 p" 13oaL\"JarkoOn\.ilIL...... | -' II I" .
SHEm'r-IV.: / ', Ar Fernandina.11 aia 9 us., ..._--. I Ar Haldw tn...... 9 910a'740p-HaU:5p I t!"'N'ct f..t,?:t>, :! .. 5"tt t<; IiFTa ?;oT!?T..t.tP"i"TcTi: !$
Ui1"Y. Scarborough.JEKASCREB Ar Everett------------j (SI.'IIIU'I', !
: -/ L. r.A3SBSOB ;. .\rSavannah' : ...... ...1 i 1 31 p II nOb U 1131p 45a j .Waldu(iainesville..''........ 11 11561 uailUX'ip,!._ 1S1"'N:Z YZ 1s:"Z Y.i'"I'!J ha'i l'E.1 n : T ICY Z>1'l31 43 YrY91 1 1 I ,

-.1. A Broivn.j Ar } ;urtax..1 i3iHpOla, ...... i-Cedar Key.......... .;. 113.Pj.! ....". I i.I 1rr.I'ili\m. ;;:
Ar .._. -
Denmark : \ .__.... I
,1:111 p i M a : .... .
;: 1)U.rL"I'OR-'C. JOlles. ; .\ Columbia.-----.... 5M p1! 4 36a ...._. .i ': SllcerSpring-I.o.'ala.,.| 1 I 10 f p'P p'm.r 11 tJ$1
: IiCP! PUBUC INSTRUCTION II. !\1 Ar Camden------------- ? Sap; II laa..... '. I ."Wlidwood. .i!. 13pll:1la| )a IIII II DON'T STAND... !
ArSo Pines--------------- il
10 :r; p 10 .___...... I ;
'". Owens. Ar Raleigh ..-... ...._. ;ii 3a 11 win. ..-.. Leesburg j 2&ipl330a:
for!nOmonssIONFRS-R. T. Biloz- j jAr Portsmouth .-.-....-.t 711I1a.3511p.: -.Tnares..1.s Orlando--------------! .i : sip) 1 :fun IIII ON YOUR HEAD II: }
rrtkairman; frank Smith, Gel Ar Richmond \'a.1| i 5oa' 535p ....--l- Winter a-------------------:-i53ip Wpi7JUa,!,. I : :: -- --= -

": A.SmMiwi, T. 11,. lftzen and A. ];, Ar Ar'.Yahington.I Baltimore- .. ... .j 10 8 1a-11Sip.I5a; V 5p.... ... I! -"Bade Plant City _. SSJp, :3U6a :I tr" .
: f.Btanph. Ar Phllad.ellhia.m... rJiWpi J56a ..... City..... : 4 IIIP'I( 4 0 i a i .11
.0 Tampa ... .... falAJa
/ .-Io1iJ.PtmLIO I.VSTKCCTION T. Ar-New-York'- .. ......_..I(II 31up 6 13 a, .. 1fiND\ r II

i henry, ehjiirman; S. L. Jlerry ants 1 1 : *Xo (18 leaves Jacksonville daily ilt.. ill III KICK 1 =- .:;: .

t, J. H..W t.. 4:2 p.m. arrives Fernandina 5:50 p.m. -___ dY I ;

,", '- Connection made at Fernandir.'t 1'1
-- with Cumberland ,' ii 't1'r the poorPrinting! you have been i
: Route \
; COURT CALENDAR. WEST l.l\.t o, 3. 'I I
; ,I __I I-_ leaving Fernandina 1'W p.m. daily i I/ ;ill\), using when You can get the Best !
Lv .___ ._. : ,11 t.! just easilyaw Our II "
F' :i Jacksonville .000. 730p 90' a 1 except Sunday, arriving Brunswick 'I as poor. prices are
inurd Judicial Circuit of Florida Ar Lake City.-(9, 13 pll, KfaI.IUIp ; reasonably consistent with i
..._ .,._.. .):U0 p.m. up-to-date .1 I
: ;.Judtj;John F. White, Live Oak, i iI Live Oak-- -- -- --- 'II nil p All
{ lirtcla8'Ol it.Ve I II,
i I >Madi'iOnm..mn._...._.. 10.>i Klip tLeave Fernandina for Jacksonville : are prompt.
).. fIa.- .". Xionlirello..._.. ''''.....'.'_. is 10 al 3 IJ p : 2:40 a.m. and _:40 l II Avoid further! trouble and annoyance '
> .SQU'i L. E. Robinson ) ...... p.m. 1.1 / \ III'
Attorney, Thomasville 100 .. ::11!! by sending us a Trial Order. VIII
Jasper, Fla. .' :: Montgomery...__..__.::::::' s lu 3./ .. Arrivals at Jacksonville from the '
_;z St' Louis................._. .. ? H |/: : North and Fast No.'i at 6:30 a.m. III ili
"Tallahassee__...._ ......' 3 p' .. .,. IIi
SPRTNQ TERM. : 'm. i uoa : i i i Non at (t: >0 p.m.\o :3T at ,:..) p.m. I.
: 9 .. i :?;W.p i THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE.
;; Jasper, Hamilton county, 4th Tues "It iere7uncton.-..... ........!......_ 5 UpIt From the West :\02 at 7:25 p.m. No i H. L. DODD, ili II

:;. lay In January. I: .. Pen+acola__.._.._._.._._.___. .. 20 p 4 at 10:15 a.m. From the South No 44'' 11i PROPRIETOR. ,} IS :
I- Mobile.... ...m...1./.1': .JSffiia at 8:00 a.m. Na (!G at 3:55 !1!
.f' ,IoVe Oak,Suwanee county, 2nd Tuesday p. m. III
New ur ...r-_ --I
leaas.----------- I
74Ua ; .t rr .
j ; In May. i! ,- __- ._ LyT ) .dLL 2r3- Ci M fTci1. 3 4o23 TaT.2.tatoT.toZ.1' ue't"

:" like City, .Columbia counts, 4th' QI Z N'le: ..!.0w: 1 i" l.T f YZ' sa.. fi TZ,)IZ' J15 ZSZ:>4 ..ap T>XIF+7Eti
::' Tuesday in May, Train No. 44 the Fla and Metropolitan Limited vestibuled train between

'!lajo,' Lafayette county, 2nd Tuesday : Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington including drawing -

in June. I I room, dining and observaman buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonville IPt-anos A. B. CAMPBELL

f, errj4.-Taylor county, Is Tuesday I and Tarn pa. : ,

\- -InAprlL j No. (W Fla and Atlanta I'al-t Mail solid vestibule train, consisting of day I I JACKSONVILLE-.

t.;\ .Jaduon, Madison county, 2nd Tues- :j I coaches, mail, baggage and expres cars between Jacksonville and Washington "OLD RELIABLE"

';' day In and Pullman sleepers betwe Jacksonville and New York. 0"f .
April.FALL TERM. !! Steamers for Key West and Havari.a, Leave Port Tampa SundayshTue- : established In 1878. ;

;: day In, Hamilton county, 4th TuesIN j, days Nos and 2 and Thursdays 1, sleeper 11:00 between p. m. New Orleans and Jacksonville. : Kimball Whitney Hinze.

) .- AUlUst. i Full information at City Ticket office 3t. W. Bay street. Telephone :?iO.< ,
..' Oak,Suwanee 2nd TuesI '
:; county, -
I fMMi..... THE BIGGEST "'" .- '
.- in VALUE ON ;
day November. -
I \ I.:' M'BEK. R. E. L BUNCH
:; lake City. Columbia county, 4th (len'l Sup't Gen. Pass. Agent. All kinds of Small Instruments and Trimmin-is. Easy Terms. Low Prices.

K., Tuesday in November. i Portsmouth, Ya, Send for Free Catalogues and full information. .

\iit iIo, Lafayette county, 2nd Tuesj A. O. MACDONELL, Assistant Gen., Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. I
In December.
t .rwjt Taylor county, 1st Tuesday in I'I .. .,.... -- i
j October, i DIRECT LINE...

wdisoa, Madison 'county, 2nd Tues- 'I GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. ; '
;_ | day la October. .. ;
121 : WASHINGTON, 'l'lt
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J:-- / Subject to change }\'ithout.Iublic notice. !I CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, f. .,

f -3-' t 2 :4Ixte i ATLANTA, '
f QIic;;; STA11( X8. Quick I lixieFlyer
\ >e w I 1r4t1'. J rtep._ Flyer I BIRHINQHAM, MEMPHIS, .

'ITsfpl; :!i'a III II.v. . ,Mal'"i'!' . . .. .. .Ar 4 13p III- 4 1a III1161111I CHATTANOOGA, 1 J
; 11 2ftl'III . . lill .,. .. . ., . '' 48I'iu5'.aut: I I I iI
: I 37 a 1'1 : "' ) p III . . .1iroia .. . .. .. :2 2i p III :2 :11 Ii ml i ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY,
, :la In l l.t III ''Ar. . . or.1a.lc.......... .. .L v. = .14p iii 2la III
1 5:1 a III : ( I' m I.v..1 ... .. .. .... .Ar :2 4-i 11 m 2 75 1& III I And all Points East and WasLG ,

L'i's r 3 30 a hI I 2 1'.11' III .. . . kghburn. . .. . ... .I, 1 :fo I' nl I aJ Ii In
3 toa III Jlp III lr. . .Tifton---- . .I.v II sp III 1 Wa III I r t
:1133 III 3f4ip 'II . ..... .' .... ; i I n ij 5F.a in i NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS
j, J-&i.R IIItoill III .. .. . .!'parks.... .... . ....+ (rY II: in 1'2 :r-' a m I :) SERVICE LIKE THIS. t) .r
3 Cl7 :UII 4 UJa' III . . Ht'artpillt' .. . 1l :.1 Ii III 1,1: a In
1 4 .wain :'tILil' m ..r. .. \'alol":1. .. . .LvllI 10a III 11 asp IU I .
: TMDL YARK -IId II III i fki I' In l.v. . .. ..ult.o'-t.l. .. ..... .. Ar'' I1 10 a 111 11 J.1: P iii534a I THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS E
too 1 III 6111p In . ... .!a . .... I? ua III 1034 III I ,
f .] 6 0111 m I 6 3111' III ---\V hlle i'pring,. . ... .. :i2 a III t? 03 p m6Aa Via Savannah ud Charlotte, N. C. ;:

III .7111p rut .. .. .. C.\ ... .. LvI J15'a in 040p In'Ot.illll
': BALKE'S 7 2I I' ro 1.\ .. .I.lkI'Clh. In ,
. 7 50 m Rffil'ln +
7 50 a III K Si I' III .SalllJoOII City I
. I II (4 a 'II 3 w PI". . Hampton . ... 7 37 : iii :7 5>:i Ip' : Via Savaniub ud Charlotte, N. C.

!' 9131; III 94 ip III Ar.- .I'alatka.I .. . h'- 6.Su m 040p In j
OAK OAIXt.WIL1.. !'LA.'I -
: I Via Jeiup.

4a rut 7 : )1' rut \ .Lake li.\ .....Ar50 a III ft :.h) p rut
., 4 .4. : 0) : in I 8 :;i p in 11\: : ...... .Sa.I: I.l' OIl.ity.. .Ar 7 40 : rut n p :: THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS, .
K !Siam.I 9 30 II III . . /unrsville. .. .... .l.v o 45 in I Via
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Via Cot fi Itv. X 0 ."\; St; L Icy, 111 On't: R R and connections._ __ I Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room f !

v'>?fTEHED : 1.v Iakel"ily..... ... .Ar6"lOulII .lIOrn: Sleeping Cars Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Car*.
tki 8 4t11' l4i '
BY ACE. 19 a III
I I/ 4 -rlll 4 10: :!( u: .\r. : : : :: Ja("on----------- I.v It nip III 11:0:1 nii ,

L :i 72.: ia 111 At. . :\tlautu. . .Lv 8:1111101 7Alalll Tbreutti Pullman Cars :
7 aip III Sleeping between Jacksonville and Clncliaati. 0.,
!W Sold Medal lat Atlanta Exposition. 111)4111 1 rut r". .. .. .( Laitan44ora.-l.v :? M" III 3 tlis II' via Asheville '.
ap :
1 N.C. and Knoxville
..:... 9 30
i 1; 13111 G 53 p Iii .\r. . ...!\ \a"h\'lll 1.UIOpm p.m :
"' i 'f.I m Ar----- LIllIi". ..LSUllm 816am11' I .
.Hjke III -
;. best and purest: !I 4 Zr III' IJ i It rutr .. .(.ilrinalll.: . .t. W P In lit 00 II rut9l : Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated f

Rye Whiskey sold -)'p I' m1 j ttllra III "r . .. ..Chicago- .. . -.Lv 1001' .III_ _... .. .......,.; :. la Connection with the Flint. System from JacksoavUI .

Y-:1 & the South. I \CheIM uo time is alma n trains c10 not floll. \ SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS at Very Ui Ritis oa Sale Jui 1to SipL 30,19CO''
Tra us \oc. 3 and 4 the "i-'iAic Fl)'er" Lave through w. 'i"w between St ) -. )-n- t, _
amlJacksonvilie.1 Fla. via Yalilos:.... and through:: parlor sleeping oar an i coach be- I
EALkR i CO. twin Maeon and I'alaika. open fur the reception of paseager in Uura; Depot. Mac m lor ra U i I Miedul and InformiUon, all oa or addtea
Proprietors,'I .'. until 70 and b W.I.C08BT.T.F.A.,
0:30 w. and remains in oJ ..I "I'liion )1'1.0)1 on reliKji: am. can e i I' ,
.' IaNAT1. u. s. A. oocuniod'nutil that I mt'. 111 WNt Day drat,jMkMBTtll.Tl*.

,... wa1M. I I WlLLIArfCHKlK LET SHAW ?. D. Jo'.H. : I. K. GULP, W. A. TUSK I. E. KAU riCX,
*M feud oSc will be, Lake ( .
.... ** a.ii.rt Vice President. Agent 1-'Ia TnCKt& |ir, G.n.Pass.All. ......0....r....Igt, I
cct(41Ud dUtributJn 1, I n HUIIY I'aJl s.l I
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.. \' 1* Tuot-en WuUnfUm,D. 0. Wutlngtoa,D. 0. AUuta.O..
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S THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1874\

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.. 4 -i t' Notice of an Election. : $ H>e ) 'WHV . 'V '(=30 WiJoX .
.I .i I rpIlE School Hoard of olumnia county or. 1 5 S 'i
t. 1 dered an section to be held Ma)
I t. oII: COUCHS. ASTHMA. I mi.' in Lake itv Sub.Di.trlot No. i tor.
.1: l Dot anlect a Cough Foley'S Honey and u: electing three Trustees fur 3rll'j Nine= hLRDNLat
,'. e('old,tudalar..rs e! Tar Lgm r-ni.iei!to givtz bistrict. and to vote a special school di
:e.dana&c Fole,'. vtotiPtrelieftn&UeeaecI tax of two mills to be leued and I
I I t4Of.y end TOtts. Uahma. Donot class : ;annually for tbeezclusne U.eot.pu\Jllc isub-UiUrict me !. Tenths ..
thiswithothermedicnenr..Contiin.noopiateo schools within the Lake ity .
1Mual Iafe aDd lure No !. This election; s-hahlw held and conj:j _
t that hu failed to QtaeF ducted the manner prescribed by law tor | : from -
; Pure juices Natural
hlll&lllllteed. ivuelict. :, holding general elections } Roots.fc V
of election to he held on
i inspectors I 4
I r CONSUMPTION. LA CRIPPI. I i May 3rd 1\111, consul ot John Viuzant. S, --
. FOle's Honey end UJOllllateha4theGrt !lhacklerand Frank IKFerro. whose dutii all the !;'mATfS1 8tiY Cry 'Tr }{ B
; Tar does DoC 1w4 cut roe probc.bl need r :i shall be the same as of similar officers in1 ; els

: t,.. \ false hopes blltclaim.in advaucsi to Ii : li..b\emedclaelikeFo.ley-a Honey and Ta gt"n..ral..I..U"n.apri; County T. II OWENS..r'y School lioard. |:i [ People !sCnfSl; vystltl, P nfestneoct! tl;

' r. relief In the very WOntt to heal your I...... co

:e/:1,1: 1 t to""eat.and cure.In..rly .incidentaltotld.d;up 11I0 mixing lIIItIi The administration would .seem to 'i Suffer 1 J tirS ,r/ls+sfi a., ,1..1.1.' :':.; ;, "I.t-..-;SS, CU1stipatiall! ,
J E. CROUP. PNEUMONIA. i'I' hate quite enough! no its; handwith from a tJ ht. .:......:(\ St'i1ir1=!_Ctla: 1thl::! \:1i Diorsi!'ce. .

1- auund of infa.t. Dr.J. C. Bishop, ot AgI4 out attempting to name Mr. 11cKialey' ; ;

; cbildren. oatzy dia ono go.r17 o uox used]Foley's Itch.,cnyaI Hone b.voCroup. 1 V !luccessor.I' I it Diseased ( lilts jl a.hle 7f Gias5cc3! Is C!:.i Satsfaclioa.CVnts. :: .

base innocents could and Tilr 11&bno err S ::._ tcr15 :Tsv3':T'TrA: : : :, .. EsLA.IaLDOS: :$
a, be.n .,edb dFo .evctecases oJf Pneumley's 1 I: 1
'. f Honey and Ta nill tho past month with A SUPERB GRIPPE CURE. '11 Liver. .J' : :;O :
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: ea giveathemla sadtn.nlta- j i Johnson's Tonic is a superb grippe\
t Free L-y JAXLS F. BAUA"J), Lcxi.Kjtt ,
: cure. Drives out every trace of (lrti ?- I
BANNER SALVE is a Healing Wender.I j I Poison from the s.ystira. Does 11 <:" :"i / "': % Jt!;< 9"' ):'">&tt{.
II 'quick. Within an hour it enters UK ----.... -- L
I I!j'blood and begins to neutralise the (ei- -I
Sold by Geo. W. Price. Sod! by Geo. W. Price.
!i fects of the poison. Within a day i.I i. I
: Iii !I places a grip victim beyond the point ;
'!'of week rlHk' .
danger. a "'" -="'
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-i t !f Ti MILL I|I cheeks attest return of Ask perfect fill ; ..t"1'c-tr_ _.gTa !.Y,!r: f:1::,! :":_r t.t,-"_.T"_,!..>t''' r-U!= t
k BUIE'S SAW health. Price fiOc if it cures. ..
"I.fohnson's, Chill and I'cvtr Tonui ---- ----- ---- I

i Take nothing e-. l.MlraariMy: I' I _I I I .
I Four Miles \Vest of Lake City. The '
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First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part WANTED llehaWe man for 1 f.j Offers to hot h 'xe. a g.)(){1 glue
t.: of :ne City or. shot: notice. Address : Manager of Branch Office vve wish t< the linesuf t
j. open in this vicinity. If Jour recor- I
r : S. P. BUI, LAKE CITY, FLA. is O. K. here i is an opportunity. Kimi- I Modern Thought and flctitit U. \ 4n
1 reference when .
ly J give good writingi A riculturallllliihi.I
-. -- THE A.T. MORRIS \\'lIor.F\f.F.IjI'S i- : = L Li ierarv.. iiiitarJ and
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t. I'lVCINNMTF, ()lIII). J'lllu.tra: eartII'nts. Most :
1 P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR Illustrated catalogue cts ftamp. :. Colleg r>, complete Ollilit of aljlarat.u! ES ,
r3 \;
E reduced .
I verses o a ml lWUIIt ,
t rnf BUILDER hort-Iand. Telc:rraphy. 1lorkceepin .
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i J. D. CALLAVVAY i I Send fur a X\\ I'at t; to .
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1 ...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... BROKER I \v. P. YO l' res.
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t t. FAY 20 Years Has Led ail 3 ftra Reme iet. 1FV I I, :

1 f SOLD :aT XZjXj afc: UGg=STS. ?( ; LAKE CITY FLORIDA. i' i I .. .J' .
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,1 i Sold by Geo. W. Price. i: hit J. L. XIBLACK. I fh itlifrIJJ/ ffri/l/uSJ


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Headquarters at WI..E'S All

"t Nashville, GHatwnoooa <&< St. Louis Rij messages promptly left attt-udv-il here Drugstore.ill to.I .l>e :j I : : :

I LAKE CITY. FLORIDA. :' :. ,,; if, '<"tt;:'!: 'Y' "?. \
-AND- PrOmiUrFille'd trV: un .w _
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Western and Atlantic R. R.
i iA Bona=Fide Salary. ;

I(:! "Battlefields Line"i ; $12 Weekly. i -:

Through sleepers to Chattanooga Na-luille and St. Louis. connecting in Men and women to appoint agents! and {.
I-rli union depots for Louisville, Cincinnatti, Chicago Memphis 1!, for represent local workt1 us. some; weekly to travel salary ottu-ra an.JexptDses. ] : Lake diiif Botthrl3
and all points W cst and North-west. Old established bouse \\1 1\
pleasant rermanent rapid
C.HABJIAS:>1.G. P. A.Atlanta,Ga. T. M. DoYLE F. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. advancement and increase of wages j I I : ..
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Fire Storm Tornado and Cyclone insurance. '.- ---- I! I I i v...':: !::';);sYsi
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-I Y COMPANIES nEPRESEXTED" DENTIST, 'I d !,Il IIU:5'|; : ,;,"%. .:;..;,; Cool' Drinks, Fruits Vegetables -

Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. i i Office upstairs in he rear of Pius's 11m _.I S-J"
it Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. Store. LAKE ('n\.rIA \ .... .', ,,' :"A.....
I I \ I ;:/C?;;;-'''' > Tobaccos: Cigars,

Chalker & Small y ;). ,,t .": JTr'. .: --iltl. >
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i Jasper Fla. i Lake City. Fla. j jRODERSON ). \\ .l.- ...,-5j, .. h Nuts, Raisins, Apples,
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& S/nMO-L. $ :( I '
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\ And Fine Candies.
ATTORNEYS dl LA\V.\\ \ --a-. : i '
Carriage Maker and Undertaker I Will do a general practice in State and
I Federal courts. Collections and conveyanc- Soda. Water, Sarsaparilla Strawberry (inner Ae
l % ing. Lake City office Second floor Vm-
I. taut Block dl t9Hrr. Seltzer Cider Etc.
Coffins and Caskets! always on hand at reasonable prices. Prompt
f attention to.to CALLS Day or Night Telegraphic orders promptly attended I r j Geo. J. Davis, Manager. \.

FINEST HF.ARSE IN THE CITY. Q I T.R.HODCESI I I _____._________ ,_ ,__ _-__ -=- _= .

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t- % Attorney at Law and So- g
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Oa Special attention given to Commercial rol' I f.

lections Mortgages and and execution all other ot Legal Dccdi. The thermometer w illh.... >H> climbing. th.- summer t ; papers OfflieHfiHer- I i brat mark. You will ..wt11w .Ubln* t..e L..I.I.Ilontrlrr
i nando street. togrt.loug without that amtullt b',l r4nij. it11 >
is \ near Baptist Cburrb. .; can
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y i ATTORNY AT LAW, All II lusts but. little and, .a en'II.. 1.1... .,lBr ... .. ,
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f Buggies and Wagons for sale and Unlit to Order. Ceueral Repaira I COMMERCIAL (OLLXTtONsA ,!! _ specialty All work guaranteed. Carnage material for sale also SPECIALTY. j! -
agent for Marole Monuments anil;,ra\i stones. I 1)
Office: Marion street up stain over Mri. '
: J. A. FTST-TKR i T. A. Perry building tormrrly occupied b: r
Boozer 4CallawaT.Practice -tom
i 113-117 HAMILTONSin.. 1 in all state Courts prompt atten Try i
Lion to all HuNlne! Mortgage and Herd -
drawn and adno\\Jt'II.m..nh taken :


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Dyed. Cleaned and
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4i Grilling Co., alW I .01100 1"1-,...$.... a.8t'"" .It- t-an.a.... ASatl ) i Sju* !

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