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 31, 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: UF00065510:00025
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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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She had never.been more bwitclij-I j i

F An End to All ing or. coquettish their courtship .! eyes had not altered perhaps, but herr

.e, '*$* .-. Things I than she was during that evening face was older and that expressioa

|fs" I;fij CUM emu In the blood In what Far more plainly than the man him1;'r out of place cn it: There was

" :poses Inflammation of the mucous memkbnns self she realized that she had a !t I even a sadness to him in behoMmr;

T17HEX though it might be only a rh'al-I I the change that time had wrought in
they parted he had fallen and she put forth all her forces to her. The woman whose hail
It" a Itl* therefore Impossible to care it by Yf at her feet and kissed the hemof memory
I annihilate her. Beautiful doubtless? thrilled him ."
'' so was gene. He 1.::
, application her dress. How
"fecal riJiculous n Sem- Jack would never have been capturedby J thought about her so much, and now
ft n II positively.dangerous to neglect It. onstration appeared to him
.to-day, woman vho was not good look; she did not exist. It was pathetic,
111a1i11 a always affects the stomach andES and yet he dreaded to
f meet her
again. ing. And a woman of the world also? and what still!
1 was more painful --
jtnajtitLe general health and Is likely She ,had treated him head I
Jack hated schoolgirls! "Neverthe this wreck of Nora Jernynham cculd

i v to fctetoptota consumption. considered at the time. --Eng less," mused Mrs. Maxwell, contemplating not join with him in mourning it->
$ ,I}1&U radically and permanently cured by lished, abe had amused herself with'him OLD PEOPLEHave
her reflection complacently: in her. lIe wept alone.
J.tJloo4'l Saruparllla which removes the and then given him his

.. ian*elamse the blood of scrofulous and She was a married woman ana he conge.had a charm of their own when they one of the mirrors of the gaming "You are not glad to see me!" she
\ rooms, "I think I to be
== in other Imparities and give. vigor and seen a boy., are not weak and feeble but hale and ought capable said.

Wthj..bolu7stem. lie recalled hearty,enjoying the sports and pleasures of holding my own against the lady, He was not; he was sorry. His very

.Ji1,1'11 voluntary testimonial of R. Lotto farewell.. A youthful every Incident of the of youth though they cannot participate I. really do!" soul vas, full of regret of sympatH.But .

CiUtania Janctlon, Iowa, U one of thous- have been but-he passion it'may in them. The whole secret of a sturdy The wrong horse came in again, and I he coital not tell her so. end he
o; ,could not dispute old age is this : Keep the stomach and again, undeterred by ill fortune, the I l listened for ten minutes courteously
". equally good. It reads: "I bad it even now-it was a passion that left of and
organs digestion nutrition in drew
per- a ticket from the bowl. her
,,10 distressing provocations, her
I wl isturh In tbe bead three years lost my its mark. | feet order. The young nian who does .
A. the lifted
her head she felt her disheartening Then
pleasantries. he
:4ippettbr ,and could not sleep. My bead There had been a conservatory I not think of his stomach will be made to husband beside her ,
give a galvanic rose.
t.me4 DI and I felt bad all over.. I wat opening out of the rooms she occu- think of it as he grows old. It is the"weak"
I stomach,incapable of start. The next instant, following I She would not make a conquest of
; tsemraged. began taking Hood's Sar- pied. It was in the that supplying '
conservatory the the direction of his she knew him again, she knew it he
;, aiuDla and now have a good appetite he bad made himself the most ab- adequate nutrition for the body gaze perfectly; "'"
f which causes the weakness and feebleness the woman: I had escaped from her chariot wheel
ep weD,1II4 have lymptoua ol's surd-there, and for a moment at the of old age. "Plain" she meditated; "evidently for all time.

",, :!II-r, piano, at which she had seated herself Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery fallen off! Now, I wonder if she has "Then I suppose this U the last time

indifferently, and where he had I cures diseases of the stomach and other charm of.manner to make him will "
enough be
1l .r Sarsaparilteto you likely to see me? she said,
i ,. knelt to her like a lover in "The Lon- organs of digestion and nutrition. It lose sight of that, or if I dare ventureon sb&kin2' hands in good-by.

I _l ptnmiseg to rare and keeps tbs prom!.. :. don Journal" She had strolled I makes the "weak" stomach strong, and a heroic course?" "I suppose so," he answered. But
so enables the to be
body nourishedand
- along fully
sniffing at the flowers
;,Ataept. DO lubstUIlte. cruel saying strengthened by the food' which is "My darling, don't you think we've ] to himself he said that the last time
things to him in her and
: .. new eaten.I played this idiotic game long he had ever seen her had been nine _

i: ; { Nor bit: recorded that Mr Carne- her careless voice,like and he had followed I suffered for six years with constipation and enough?" said Jack in a strained yeas ago.
a whipped dog, indigestion during which time I employed voice. "Let us go into the terrace." Mrs. Maxwell looked
:: fie Kt aside.any of that ilOo.'X>,w> pleading to be readmitted to favor.A several physician, but they could not reach up inquiringly
my case,*writes Mr. G. Popple*ell, of Eureka So he could not even trust hiqiself as he returned to her.
Jtt Scotch universities for the of fern that she had
'study3adlmprovement spray dropped Spring Carroll Co.. Ark.I felt that in the "
there same room with her, couldn'the "Amuse yourself, dearest? she said,
' of the Scotch had been captured by him passionately was no help for me could not retain food on my ? It
was too bad it .
stomach; had vertigo end trculd fall helpless to ; really, was innocently."I
K _:bigtbaU. but such 'a -she had touched it in their I the floor.' Two
thing might )can ago I coloml'lICftllakiDg humiliating."You shall be amused to-morrow," replied -
4' Doctor riercc's
last moments together. She Golden Medical Discovery and
.;late given his benefaction a morefarreachiag I little 'Pclle! .' and improved from the start go, dearest," replied Mrs. Maxwell "when I can laugh at

:: influence. her shoulders'with a eneer, and his After taking twelve bottles of the*Discowry' 1 Maxwell, sweetly. "I know you hate m rself! To-night, somehow,* I can-
filled her was able to do light work and .
eyes at craelty. bave been improving
to be here
1 ever siuce. I am now in good health and I am much too infatuated not.
.: :.- | NO LOSS OP TIME. "What do you suppose there was ina for one' of my age- .
1'icr .
boy like to hold a like << MediClDcs.-
you woman
.Jacld; Chamberlain's Colic, and smoke your cigar in peace and the content.-Black and White.
Dr. Pierce's
me? she had asked. Common, Sense Medical
"' Cbokri and fresh air, and come back for me when10u'
#. ,Diarrhoea Remedy for It_was4he harshest thing she could Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on I WAY STATIONS.
:jars,*and would. rather be out of 1 have said, and he'rememoered that at receipt of :zt'one-cent stamps to pay e finished it. shall be perfectly -
safe and I
coffee and than it. I expense of mailing only. Address Dr. mean to 'break the
sugar sold five that he had broken'down
altogether. "
I R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y.. bank! Italian railways,pay one dollar per
'f',bottle of it yesterday to threshers : Good heavens, how: preposterous he Jack departed obediently, and out kilo for packages stolen on the way.

l-lDatcould. go'no farther, and they had been-how. wrongly he had goneto -' r of the tail of her aye his wife watched Fatalities by railroad accidents in

I'arc at work again this morning.- I work always being pathetic and The Taurhnitz novel dropped to the other woman take note of it. the United States last year numbered

fgpB.R PHELPs, Plymouth, Oklahoma. reproachful! j Mrs. Maxwell's lap "Now,"will she follow him or not?" 4,109, an increase of 557 over 1899.

;.Ai.Ul..be 'seen' by the, above thetbreshere "found However Lalm, it for was his over.wounds He had in not sixmonths" I "What are you thinking about, dar- she asked herself. "Not just yet, I A western passenger agent says

fjf able to keep on with ling?" she asked< -: suppose-it would be too marked. that his experience has shown that
their ,work without losing a single as she had prophesied but Patienza!" Friday is_ the'best day in the week
#" in nine years. fee had married and forgotten ,"I was thinking how charming you
;" aj's time. You should keep .a but- It was ten minutes later when Mrs. for railway passenger travel and
look in that frock, dear, he an-
her existence entirely until it my
fl'tlsofthU Remedy in your home. Jernygham sauntered from Wednesday the worst.
If. For was recalled to him the of awered. He preserved the habit of
sale bJ.G.. W. Price, Druggist. oy sight
his wife. : her place at the table out throughthe Up to the present time a total of
-, making graceful speechea
her in the visitors'list.Xow :
". name glass door and Mrs. Maxwell 318.61 miles of railroad tracks have
said he for-
It bachelor
maybe something of a reversal the recollections rushed backat Cynical
clasped her.hands in her lap with-sud- been either elevated or depressed
i..of the old adage but it begins to'bolt tim,-and while he laughed at his got who she was' -that it was the den nervousness. After all it was a within the city limits of Chicago,

like those New York former self as a fool, he was conscious force of habit. ,
heroic 339
course. Had she been rash aud eliminating grade crossings, at an

f i Are going.to fall out yet and. let Tam- of a strange tremor' ,at the prospectof "There was a nasty black wrinkle, foolhardy? There was moonlight outside approximate estimated cost of $17-

J ':minffet its- due. seeing her'once more-. between your eyebrows Jack, and and the Lapping of waves. Fatal 135,000.,
f* He loved his wife sincerely. Twelve you were tugging your mustache as
adjuncts to such a matter! In the The Pittsburgh Dispatch notes that

tit 'Moore'* Pilules are a guaranteed months ago he cculd have contemplated you always do when you're put out. moonlight too the creature's appearance 3,153 locomotives were built in the
I do look charming ia this frock. I
I"| lII't'fof. all forms of Malaria, Ague, meeting Mrs. Jernyngham would, .be softened and refined. United States last year of which 505

i- :Chiles and Fever, Swamp Fever, Ma- without misg \.in?. But he had been admit." it but you weren't thinkingso. She had made a mistake, perhapsshe were sent abroad. It is of interest

,,;J4rW.,Fever Bilious Fever Jaun- married IS months. The time had had placed him in temptation she that British railroads bought more
not lessened his love but it had naturally "Nellie, come here. Do you remember -
Biliousness, fetid breath and a would have avoided. Should she join of the engines exported than the
r tlre ,,Jlstle a feelin::., They cure dispelled the romance. After soon after we were you him-rescue him while there was still roads of any other country.

|t!::RhtumaUslD and the lassitude folilomg all, to be "in love" with a woman i ia is asked me a question. You asked another me time? Xo! She would not, she would There is much complaint in Italy

'; : blood poison produced from greater safeguard against ethers if I had ever cared"deeply for stand her chance. Moonlight or no regarding a new railway arrangement

1.-alir1all.poLionlng., No Quinine. than to "iote her. lie was bound to girl than yourself. moonlight, she would risk it. by which station masters receive a

='f X9 Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not acknowledge to l.inEef! that he was "1 remember," said Nellie. "Yes? Two francs more-and the devil take certain sum with which to engage'asmany

:...cute stomach or teeth. Entirely ', frightened at the thought of seeing "I told. you what an infernal idiot I I the hindmost! station employes as they deem
ftbteleuJ Price 50c box. Dr.LpfCCMooreCo.No.310 made of myself a married .
per I Mrs. Jerujngham again. He hadf sa had once over advisable. The result is insufficient

| North Main 11& matter cf fat avoided the Casino woman. I asked you, too, never
Itil Street, St. Louis, Mo. Ueo. \\ because it I They came face to face .he had help, overwork and accident.
I !K.,. since he knew she was in D'eppe.: to use a certain scent re-

,,?droggigt.. [aar-'Ul-lyr] lie put down his paper'an- looked minded me of her. You know all I planned it -and her slight gesture MUNICIPAL MATTERS.
of surprise was perfect. "Mr. Maxwell
f-Tb duke across at Nellie reading a Tauchnitz that?" I.I
Cornwall thanks Pres- j you? Is it possible?"
she and how "I know I know on!
Rent novel. How pretty was ; ; go
McKinley for sending '-hiitt i "How do do Mrs. Chicago has 70,000 miles of telephone
trustful! What would she say could "Well, she1 here, that's all and- you Jernyngham.
ti line cruiser, the Brooklyn, to Australia she diiine his present mood? Sinless confound it -l'm rather sorry.. 1He was going to say he was wire.
to take 'I pleased to meet her but decided The new year marked the one hundred -
*; part in the commonwealth as it was, it would cut her to the "Oh!" Raid Nellie. And then there ,
and fourth birthday of the city
not to.
:',. | celebrations.
heart Bah. he was fool. Why was a pause between them. She was I

1 --- should that make him afraid to venture the one to break it."Itit's i "I did not know you were in Dieppe. of Baltimore.
hate been I Have been Kansas City, Mo., claims to have established -
( suffering from D s- -out of doors! He was not fond quite all over, Jack? Shecouldn't you here long? \

', ,Kpsla for the past twenty years and of her still-of course he was not. she daren't attempt to-? I "I have been here, with my wife, 50 new factories in 1900.Philadt''phia' .

bave been unable i about a month" he answ ered. >> coroner held '?,679
: :.., after trying all You're married->'ou would simply
"With wife? !" She inquests during 1900, an increase of 120
f WeparatioDs and physicians to get hate to bow and pass on. Besides, by I
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. gave a faint smile-a smile he remem- over the previous year.
4 aDr ttliej.. she well shedidn't
JVffer taking little your own account was-
one .
15 of I i bered very well. "So you are marriedam The town of files Flora, WU., has
KoaolDypep.iaCureI care for you any more. Why j
'r: .u4 am now in better found healthfor reMf "Something) New Under should lOll mind seeing her?" j I to congratulate you?" just been sold under foreclosure of

than the Sun." ; "Thank ," he said "you mortgage for the sum of $2,500.
i i hate been "I don't know he muttered, irk you ; are.- ery
.t;, I !ci'lOt praIse Kodol DWP'ia All darters nave tried to curd CATAHRH bv resoilltl'l"I'd rather not. that's all. kind. Your husband is-" I In Vermont 129 towns are without a

i .Iretaehighly." Thus write Mrs drugs the u>:e In lit paste powders torm.acid Their ja."h.lnbalt'r powders dry and op Anyhow: let's talk of something else !; "He's dead; so don't inquire about free library, and 97 of that number

w ; ., Roberts' North. Creek, Ark. the mucu-.us membrands causing them to We are leaving Dieppe, the end of the I his health. You were always making have practical no public library.
,Wls crack op-n and bleed. Tbe powerful acid"u.d blunders of that sort." She laughed. :
In tbe inhalers have entirely eaten week; as a matter of fact, I dare liayI ---- .
? .I away tb rome
': ,Another college student has been har aimed to cure, while pastes and nl'ft'f I long ago, didn't I? You see, I haven't
+ed ointments cannot reach tbe disease. Anal d Mrs. Maxwell, however, was not sat j
;- 2 5 Plagiarizing an oratIon, and erlenced practitioner wbo b. s for isfied. For one thing, she wanted to :\ changed. Well well, well, and so HUMPHREYS'YETERINARYSPECIFICS
tlie tranBest thing about it is many years made a close studt and specialty | you're married? I told you you'd I
i--' the ot'tLe treatment ot CATARRH bas at last remain longer in Dieppe than theybad ,
fact that it was from one of perfected a treatment which *ben aitbtul- at first proposed, and for another, marry-you didn't believe me then!" '
ly uses, nut only relieve at once but permanently 'i "Ah, but you were right."
: Jallpeecbf$. 4 I'I'J. curei CATARRH, by removing tbe she objected on principle to her husband I! A.A.I FEVERS. Congestions. Inlarnmai -
ji i "Of course I Shan't tluuo. Lunc Feter. Milk'Fer.B .
: -- nuw.,.topplog tbe discharge, and curing of | was right. we l
all inllammaUun. It is the only remedy being nervous a rencontre| sit down? or won't wife let' B.tf;PRAUt I, Lameness, Injuries.cuus .
roUGHT FOR HIS LIFE. known to.science tbat actually reaches tbe with any woman in the wideoid., .!1 your (KkeuiBstUm.f. .

j=,-:aj father and sister both diet of amlcted part Thiswonderfsl remedy it. world."Come. you? I say, are you henpecked? You : ettarn. ('.t sons Distemper THROAT, Qul"'f, EpUoo'ie."OEMS. .
"sA LFb'LES the ceARASTD crARae A '
known ar 'j used to be the sort of boy who'd be \
.r rfption," writes J. T. Weather- (,'['RK."and 1..hOld at the extremely for a walk." she said, "and j5 l &18, Grab.
Dollar each package containing henpecked. Perhap. you've improved
??Mf Wyandotte, Mich.I "and I low price internal ot One lad external medicine sufficient don't be such a stupid boy. One would' since those days... E.E.COICH4, Cold.. Influenza.. InlUme
mr full month' treatmeut and everytnliie think were in love with her cuatof Luuu. rieuroPoeuumaU.KP.jrOLIC.
yved you now,,
from j i
k the same frightlul necessary to Us perfect u'e.KLFFLKS"U She leaned forward, and fixed here Bellyache, \UndBlown.ecus .
.t!Sli by the CATARUH to hear you talk. You'll make mar }Durrben Dtoellery.
Dr. only perfect
King's New DiscovA eye. on in just the manner he
G.ti. Preteal.lll CARRIAGE.N .
eras crer made and is now recogntdedt jealous! And she made a mirthless
: .attack of Pneumonia lef tbe only safe and positive cure for that an- pretense at a laugh which would have used to find so irresistible. Somehow i .i K1D.\EV&BLADDER DISORDERS.
obstinate, noytnK and disgusting disease. It cures all it seemed lesa I
}. cough and Very ileveret inflammation quickly and permanently: and deceived no living soul but a husband distracting now The 1.1. )SKI\ DISEASES, disuse Ernpllua.

1dUble, which an excellent doc 11,131..0 wonderfully quick to relieve HAY "Get ready, I'm going to ;, -' ttUbSSllcen., 4>reue. Farcy.J. .
put on my K.j B%D (()>DITIO\ Staring COM.crtts .
rwtfTkBot f help but a few months'.rE. i: CATARRH and cnu when in neglected the BEAD.j olten leads to hat-and if you'reery good you sits}} ...... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... I ludigoiiuB eiouiaeh bunien.ue.e .
wonderful medicine ma come and watch me lose all our At druggist or sour prepaid oa receipt or urtce.
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i well U ever and I gained muc!'' if you use it at once. It is noonlmary remed money 't A card of inquiry about Humphrey. Hedlciu Ca, Cor. WiuLun John
4w4ht" Infallible \. but a complete treatment which i- poiin the Casino. i, Su.haw York. VtrmamT luroti.SaT Jo'au.
for Coughs I lively' guaranteed to core CATAIIIIB many Pianos will reveal much
? a"Throat and troup if used according to directions -
:KrJ1 bottles free. GuaranteeAOcents d torn which or stage accompany aarh package. Dan' IT SAVED HIS LEG. I that is interesting. We NERVOUS DEBILITY,

delay but send tor it at once and write tull P. A. Danforth of Ga.
and 11.00 sold Geo. LaGrange, VITAL WEAKXESiand
by condition. and sell the
j Price. particulars as to your you suffered highest grades
; for sis months with
a fright
will receive special advice from tbe discoverer Prostration from Over-
$, of this wonderful remedy regarding ful runnin sore on his lea: but writes at most reasonable figures work or other causes.
without cost to beyond tbe <
your case that BucklenU Arnica S11vevholly
: _:"... .. .'SNUFFLES1'tbeGuar Humphreys' Homeopathic Specific
%& regular price cured it in fife day For ,
Ulcers 28 4O the
n8 anted Catarrh Cure. No. in use over years, only
; !ti lira tllod flg lien blsllS receipt"in tbe United Wounds Piles, its the best salve' in CARTER & DOROUOU.MOSPOS successful remedy.

-.. > States ore Canadason of One Dollar. the world. Cure guaranteed. Only BLOCK I $1 per viA or ipcUl packat with powder, or$$
"-- Address Dept. EH. EDWIN Ii. GILES&: COM- 23c. Sold Geo. 8al4 b>DrasiUU,w Matp.ia.s r.aeipt.per.*
Market Philadelphia.: by W. Price. .-w ..... .. .
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2 THE Om2 -REPORTRR Established 1i

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Notice of Examition.All .. .. The machinists of the country
\have demonstrated that the only 1i
applicants that expect to take PIANOS. .
is to aLfor it- -
Your Children =B' d.f the examination in June 1IOI. in Columbia way to get a

n'a'a mea .ud county, are requested to meetat ----- I W v ran K-ll ,
If they have bad blood. }? "" *,.*waUin .. 'I ---- jon _
1ng Me s.demand rictt.red the Peabodv school building I I .. ...... .... ...... ...... .. ...... ,.. ...... .A... ......II the l h >t o111
blood You needii I* afnlittogti ool'Jjtai
Lake City: at 8 "o'clock m June 4th 'p

1901.\ They will be required upayi A LQT OF BRICK tt'rin.. AVe aJ80tl:
DR. THACHER'SLIVEItMLBLOOD $1 examination fee and must supply | change old Pian

themselves with fools-cap ir legal- FOS SALE BY r j ,
cap paper pens and ink. and Organs. .:

SYRUP T. U.OWENS, Sec.. & Supt. S. B. Tnoi IPsoN. \. ( :Il'h'l' & IjuCt1U
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to bat the been UtU the folk standard either for home it1 Mrs. Potter Palmer of Chicago, ....... .T .f ......TV..V.."..
remedy of the Doited States for for I .
be of streets I
wants to inspector
Dearly lftlrean. ItbalUu blood for young ud old and (Ire* new lift and vigor Contains .. .-- '- --, --- '-- ---- ---
DOULiIIi Manful aDd Ie very plllUlUl'so take. fOil must 1.r11Jr Tbacber II remedy to find how her ward. Most women to havean .. .
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for the Liter tin "'
it will do BUT a bottle DOW and Its good tod fcidoen great ","'> "'Qo.-q" "' '''' :
P DllICh good oivao and that menu perfect blood and good health can baseared by the eaUrt ambition to act as street sweep-1 I' i..........--................... ....1> ...... """"
"WI lad spent all ba -J ?, could for me for medicine before I commenced taUnc j ers, to judge from the length of their {_ : :
Liver aDd Blood brrup' When 1 met my old friends the street that saw me last lummer :
the your, art wbaa bad done me io much good. Ttey all tell..they had lout all bope. gf mj eras skirts. I fl\ \
| gaming well. lIeU ITen body that Thacber't Live lJZZ1B aDd Blood.A.'iN Brrnp JOlLStION cored.Abberill.me .Ten-. j Rheumatism + TO STRETCH DOLLflR li

Tour or dpi Dragtfit orb>eaa ku get Dr tb.,Thubtr1..... II b.Unr won't and Mid Blood u&c tlJrIl for.a liquid put, in is conceded condition to have of .r. ': IS TQJQKE IT GO flS,PAAflSPQWe I Lt. ,4i,. t} !'
.p w Me for a bottle-JUt Try Tear BraccM Fin* origin a poisoned I
Write oar Cramlation Dept.explaining Jour lymptoni aDd renews free,confidential adrlc the blood, and to be most successfully ,j have a plan ot ooi ..mi for doing this. It teto nte'fr
MEDICINE COMPANY Cbittanoot.Ten*. > tor it (
THACHER ir.e Larzett i u".itleU lP Our uld co.stoBensiej
which acts
tieated HERBINE
by Ai roe co)tat and stat mb U.'e incite Tva totrjuau .f f
I upon the liver kidneys and.other I prove it to Ti>or!ati Jactiou ." fj f
blood purifying organs ,thereby divesting .

the system of the offendingagents. Stock of SPRING GOODS
Price, 50 cents. G. W. : The Largest

COuncii.ProceeJJngs.. j Boni Castellane has recovered from Price. lt
i I in every Benartri nt w-> bare ever had are nowo.Iralri
# Council Chamber, Lake City, Fla., his appendicitis and resumed his position -- D.-ess Goods la iu.4e and .Vovelty Fabrics With Trlsa
4 Another Stanford university pro- loMatcb. Halts Parasol Neck*rear. Cmbroaieraaad in
4 May 20. 1001.Council as tb% vermiform appendix of ,, Lathe. and Ueul-FurubbJies! : tor :Or-ring-.114&ameec jlS
of his
fessor has talked himself out
President Parker the Gould family. i'
met. ,
i --- chair. Mrs. Stanford is ,still deter- AeJt, Douglas Shoes II|
t Inman
presiding; present, Aid. ,
Don't wait until your property is mined to do the thinking for that In- *l
Plympton and Watts. A That means hole lot tobuyers.t Shoes. It meanstijf
burned but take out fire protection stitution. ,j we can supply TOG watt shoes of a kind and quality aaa;j
The minutes of last two meetings cannot be our )a.s d in any,,'ay, boccus,OB a sizj fi
in advance. Call on T. R. Hodges. I J means that it k the bey combination of material UdAi' ( .
were read and approved. who represents nine of the best com- The least in quantity and most in Itor that can b- pat ict it. To be exclusive anent tar f
The following bills were approved these shoes meats leader IB trade of all knds-Thu
panies. Office opposite Baptist quality describes DeWitt's Little I ash
and ordered paid: Rad Douglass, church. 'Pnone 34. Early Risers the famous pills for
J. E. I Inman &
guard $4.00: John Adams, 25c; Geo. constipation, and liver coml'laints'l fi if Near Phone DepoLAG No.4. Co;

Kirby, 83.75, work; W. H. Kempton. One cannot help wondering wherein A. R. Wise.Those I. ... .. ... ... ... ... .
_. . "''''''' '''''"w
11.00, feeding prisoners. thunder the new Filipino leader, .......... "............... ........... ......' ....' ....... '..,..,
Ordinance No. 118, relating to removal Gen. Angeles, acquired his name. I West Point cadets express ....
of decayed buildings was read surprise at the severity of their pun-
Mr.W. J. Baxter ot North Brook
and put upon its passage. The ordinance ishment. They evidently thoughtthe K IAWKESThe
N. C., says he suffered with piles for ;
was read three times and the demand for better discipline wasa
fifteen j ears. He tried many remedies
vote taken. Ayes, President Parker with no results until he used joke. Famous Atlanta Optician.COLD :

\ld. Inman Plympton and Watts, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve and BBffiBBHB]

aye 4; nay 0. The President declaredthe that quickly cured him. A. R. "Our little girl was unconscious

ordinance passed. and it was certified Wise. I from strangulation during sudden
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to the mayor. i and terrible attack of croup. I I II '
After all it was asking rather too
1 Ordinance No. 117. relating to speed quickly secured a bottle of One Miu- r -- ;
much for a boat bearing the name of I
of trains was read and amended. On ute Cough Cure giving her three I
Shamrock to behave well with an ;
doses. The mastered and
motion of AId Plympton was read croup was '
English king on board. t our little darling speedily recovered' j f
and put upon its passage. Being II so writes A. L. Spafford, Chester, jS $

read three.times. the vote was taken. Mr. F. D. Arnold, Arnold, la., ( Mich. A. R. Wise. 'I.r + .
Aye, President Parker, AM. Inman, writes: He was troubled with kidney I Ii i

Plymptoa and Watts, aye 4; nay (I. disease about three years. Had to I As he left. New Yort Dr. Parki -

The president declared the ordinance get up several times during the night i 1 hurst exclaimed "Lord have mercy I

passed and it was certified to the but three bottles of Foley's Kidney I on the town." The doctor is inclined
Cure effected
a complete cure, I
mayor. feels better than he ever did and to take his absence too seriously..

Valuation, Lot :66, owned by J. recommends it to his friends. G, W

Leslie reduced to $100 and the A.I Price.It I ..... '
Piles are not only most painful, ..- MEDALHighest i

sonal tax of Henry Gamble for 1900 must be admitted that this May but also very' dangerous, as the inflamed : Award Diploma of Honor Of.

was relieved. has not been the charming, mild man- nodules are very apt to takeon ESTABLISHED I87O. I

Aid. Plympton reported tbat the used know. malignant action and cancer of Tbese Famous Glasses for Sale by
nered that
creature we to
the Is
committee had collected and for- rectum produced. They shouldbe
cuje Eyesight Testof Free
warded hundred dollars
one twen i Children who are weak, fretful or PII ; X1'MF.Tfill cure the most ,

ty-five dollars worth of supplies to troublesome should be given a few obstinate<< coses. Price, 30. cents in 1 I CaIlt1eHawkt'glasses are never reddled. Be sore tbat"Bawkft"isstaapedatfta

the relief of Jacksonville.On doses of WHITE'S CREAM YERMI- bottles. Tubes, 75'' cents. G. W. mayim _,*

motion of Aid. Watts the street FUGE. They will then become Price.; .

committee was authorized to have strong! healthy and active, have
rosy cheeks bright eyes will be lap- James R. Keene- says there is a rz R
the trees on Marion street and public .
and all the
py laughing day 1oJ\g.; wide difference between
square whitewashed.On Price, 2.; cents. G. W. Price. speculation I
and gambling. Specuhition,'* heavers ,
motion the marshal was ordered -
to have the blankets in jail The northern and soutbiern Presbyterians .. "is based on knowledge, or it -z TomDstones Monummu.J

washed.On seem about \o decide OQ ought to be." According to this

motion council adjourned. different routes to the her-eat ier. theory, then, a .man is only a game
-'-' -- bler when he loses.WHOOPING. ,
1.. Attest: W M. IVES, Clerk.I Don't despair because you have a c Georgia, Vermont and Italian Harble
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weak constitution. The vitalizing
represent nine oi the best Fire COUGH. Granite Monuments Headstones.Tablets. Statuary. Also Steel tat _
principle of HERBINE will assuredly \VrougbtlronFences. Parties needing Marble ..'orlnriU fled a w -
Insurance Companies doing business A woman who has had their interest to write us for designs and prices All Wart Gatnttut =" t
F in the United States and will take strengthen it. In every drop of HER with this disease, tells experience J t
BINE there is life. There is a stimulating -
pleasure in insuring your property. ( vent Vadosta
any dangerous Marble
I also write accident insurance for regenerating power un- CompanyVAUDOSTA.
The Fidelity and Casualty. T. K, equaled in the whole range of medi- it. She says: Our three children C
cal preparations. Price, 50 cents. GEORGIA.
Hodges, office opposite Baptist whooping cough last sum-

E church. 'Phone 34. I Geo. W.-Price._. -.. -- mer, our baby boy being only three t I..? JL JL J y JL i
months old, and owing to our giving t
McLauren and Tillman
really owe
I It would have been the irony of I them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, i "
# fate indeed for King Edward to have I itto a long-suffering public to swallow they lost none of their plumpness _1.I:2 ,
= --
E each othei this time. and came out in much better health 1! I -
met, death on the Shamrock. than other children
; whose j
\ ,I I If you' are sick a-I vt'r. and don't did not use this remedy. Our parents oldest I i: "

;, Cyclists: should always carry a, bottle little girl would call lustily'for coup
know just what ails it's ten to
j 4: I of BALLAIUVS SNOW L1NI-I you syrup between whoops.-JESSSE' :1 Superiority
one your kidneys are out of order.Foley' PINKEY HALL, Springville AU.
l' I} ,
went,. in,case of accident if applied Cure will ,
!! Kidney bring you This Remedy is for sale by G. TV.
; immediately, it will subdue the pain, hetltland energy. G. W. Price. Price Druggist.

f' prevent swelling and discoloration, .. ,
Some Chicago professor is going to Ef
and quickly heal the wo.unds.; Price- create a sensation some day by talk- The people os the country may he l Is the distinctive characteristic of our

23,and, 50 cents, G. W. :p.\c\ ing on education. excused for losing interest in the I Men's, Women's, Boys' and Children'!

America cup when it turns out, after I
The publishers of an nglUh maga-! : OLD SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE.M all, to be merely a New York #
y-icht i
zjv\e bad to omit a section of a serial ; M. Austin, a civil war veteran, club affair. :J SPRING and SUMMjGLQTHING

story by Ar. Hall Vine on the ground of We tcbester, Ind., writes: ".My
- 1\
that,it was: "immoral" vii was sick a long time in spite of
---- good doctor's treatment, but was I :
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured Alter'' wholly cured by Dr. King's New Life Saves nine. Hughes' Tonic (tate t :

fourteen Years. ot uiterin. PilL, which worked wonders for her pleasant), taken in early Spring and __
health." They always do. Try them. Fall prevents chills, dengue and malarial -; i \
I "( luve been afflicted with sciatic: Only 25c at Geo. W. Price's Drug fevers. Acts: on the liver tones i I t NO STOCK In the SOUTH

:rheumatism for fourteen years,"!, Store. up the system. Better than calameli j

says Josh Edgar, of Germantown, i -- .---- -- and quinine. Contains no arsenic. : equals ours In QUANTITY, QUALITY, YARD

' Cal. "I was able to be around but ( The Hill boom would probably feel 50c Guaranteed and f 1 bottles., try it. At dru Riilb. \ or general exc He.se of STYLE and FlWSH, "Ien
l robust if it could snake off aprlTOl v
i more the EQUAL QUALITY
constantly suffered. I tried every I i I
Hon. Jim Ham Lewis.
thing I could hear of and at last was Republicans in the I I Oilr Prices
middle northern Always Lead. f
' told to try Chamberlain's: Pain Balm, I You are much more liable to disease states are coming out strong for I. JIJ .-.. ;
which I did and was immediately relieved }I I 1) -
and in a short time cured, and when your liver and bowels do reciprocity. Gradually tie theory I .. Ladles' 1 u ((fr.Hade Suits,

j am happy to say'it has not since re- not act properly. DeWitt's Little of high: protective tariff is being dissipated -.! I J Waists, Skirts, Underskirts,

i Why not use this linimentand Early Risers remove the cause of in this country. i : Corsets, Neckwear UnJer.I .
get well?, It is for sale by G. W. disease. A. R Wise. -- I
I wear, in especially exclusive
Price, Druggist.
Biliousness is a condition characterized ,selections .
---- The Presbyterian general assembly .
If this discussion over rag-time at Philadelphia 'employed much of by a disturbance of the diges- I -__ -I -

1' music keeps up the public will have j its time discussing "burni lg ques- tive organs. The stomach is debili- MAli ORDERS

just caUse for considering the cure tions." tated, the liver torpid, the bowels ;i
solicited. Careful n' \
as bad as the disease. constipated. There is a loathing of with pmSege: of attention, shipments COD

Thomas Maple, Birkbeck III., food, pains in the bowels, dizziness, Correspondence invited.examining- before JyittSOOSiS'S I

When the liver fails to secrete writes: "I had a very bad case of coated tongue and vomiting first of : > -- ) "

bile, the blood becomes loaded with kidney trouble and my back painedme the undigested or partly digestedfood : 5'>'i' sXXSCCCCCCS is 5s is sis.ci -

bilious the digestion be- and then of bile. Chamberlain's r
"I properties so I could straighten up. The
Stomach and Liver Tablets
allay the
comes impaired and the bowels con- doctor's treatment did no good.
me disturbances of the stomach and B.H.Levy&BroSAVANNAH .
stipated. HERBIXE has a direct Saw Foley's Kidney Cure advertised a healthy appetite. They create "

' action on the liver and excretory organs and took one bottle which cured me tone UD the liver to a healthy .

and a few doses will cure any ,and I have not been affected since.I and regulate the bowels. Try them I ; r GEORGIA.f
case of biliousness. Price, 50 cents. gladly recommend this remedy." and you are certain .to be much .

'G\.W, Price. I G.. W. Price pleased with the result. For,sale by I -
A G. W Price.



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J.l;:k-:A .WR-R :T THEISE" i I I I iLaTH'INa' .. CLOTHINi!

l i The Racket Store is making Spe- A BIG DRIVE IX CLOTIXG FOR
rhl Bargains in Summer_ Goods. Are \ ,
'One, 'Lot Checked and Stripped Worsted
'*" ,you interested in securing' special bargains $9 suits ..fo7' ".

? If so call at the Racket Store.
tW One Lot of Brown 'Checked Cashmere

., We are"selling, l 4 + ,.., $11 suits for $8 ,

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One Lot ,of Steel Gray Worsted
i umm e r- Suits from 1. o. $12 stilts for $9.

;f. $ One Lot of Black and Blue Serge and Worsted

'I' Ladies Dress Goods, such Organdies,- from $6.50 to $12 per suit

M Jflwns, ,Percales, Etc., 4 l-2c lip; Summer A large jissoytmeiit of Summer Coats aud Vests, in Server,
Sicillian, Alpacas) Brilliantine and Florentine. ,
EL Hats going far below value=don't ........ --- ; -

;. ; fail to see th m. Shoes! Shoes! .Shoes! 100 Suits Boys ..Clothing .

at that Summer
prices defy competition. -
$5.00 Suits For $3.75 t $2.50 Suits For$1.90 .
i>)+" '. shoes, dress shoes, work' shoes, '$3.oosSuits For $2.25 i 750 Suits For soc
shoes' that, will suit you. Call at the 500 pair Ladies, l Misses and Childrens Oxford, Ties S
.. .
Ji' Will lie closed out at the low,figure of Qn, r)O 'and 7T) cents per pair.
j; Racket Store and get prices before
-t' '
going elsewhere. 'Don't forget the old .
,-ft, .reliable.. price cutter. .. '+ + Biggest Line Straw 1 Felt Hats .


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Pimiture! Furniture! ,'" :

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rz Porter & Glover .
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Have now the Lai-gest and Best Assortment. of'

"URNITZTR.EEc i' t New Bar and ... / ;
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.>'t.e !THEIR'STOCK'. INCLUDES. 1) Barrel, House. 4For j

"=Bed Room Suits, Odd Dressers, .' :, .' .,, :{
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Wash Stands and Bed Steads. ; .. 5. < .;. -:
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t Book Cases, China Closets, .(".. =
.T : Wardrobes and Sideboards, )t J\: _
r:; Combination Ladies Book Case and Writing '
r.Desks' as well as Ladies'Writing Desks '

;$":. That are Beauties and. will please the ln ies.. N w n l' Biises.

|;l.A.. great variety of ROCKERS of Wicker, Rattan, Oak and i.
: ;,Mahogany, including Dining and Reception Room Chaiis. ,
Center Tables for the parlor,Safes and Tables for the kitchen, ,
:' Bed Springs, Mattresses Folding Cots, ...
.r'.. Iron and Brass Bedsteads. -
Pool Room .

:! iNe
lead the procession in our Grocery line, and our cusItomers 4 and Lunch
are assured that they will get the best ,in the mar- Counter. ,'.- _.
ket.Ve have everything that mankind eats. Ii "
'' Phone 65. North Marion Street. .
and delicaeies.ro .
: All the staples

ro|y]f and, Grain by the' Car Loads. -. ., ..., ... :;;.,
;!; Stuffs. -"- -
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r.., 4 THE CITIZEN-'REPORTER' EstablisIje 4

' .'.* AmtTaxesI I i ItllDESCRIPTION ,.
and, I
: S' T N' Costs I
Notice la hereby given that the following described lands will 'be laId at I ," .- -I <

pu bUe autfon on the fint Monday, the bt day of July, A. D., 1901, at the Winnie Johnson ____ 10 acres aft south side of.. I
I r Courthuuseln the town of Lake City, in the County of Columbia, State of ne'4'of seji and 10 acre'of .

Florida, or 80 xApch thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due foe 'off north side of sets 28'6 IGe16e 2046f 175 :
___ _. :f
taxes herein set ,opposite the'same.. together; with the cost of such sale sell u --' -
and.advertMn .Mrs T W Watson.---- aji and'of} nj2 of'SW-4 : .
; -. >. and n1., of ,nw?4 of &: e!. : '; .' -----
and e': of seL-.---- --. ). i 16 14 a) _. -

: \ Amt Taxes Samuel Tolen- --_- --- *'.. ti-f HWJ. of wl4 and 1 I. I

NAVE OF.OWNER DESCRIPTION. ,and acreS otf south side of :Were the :'
f S 'T H A Costs l el4'of sw!. and 10 Piggracre& !
of 1 .
oouthside .
off !
,; }.'r i cis Hicks________ sw14 f ne14_______:.-- _--- 1-e-.w; ) 1 !; I.: 1)0" .
'to Cukno..n.n sel4 of '{._..---- .__--_--__ :! 2s 15e 186 _._ l----m---------se '- .: =: :t1. 5s: 16r 1).11 1-1001 -
Mrs. T W Watson a
J W Taylor___ _________ n!: of sw}" and nws af se.l:; Samual Tolen.________ _.__-36 5s 16e a: 101! '
! and -I acre jn .ow cor of ofr'' iandnI of i j' Work'
MrsTW Watson.___. n'j, nej _
ne34 of seL- on n._ -_-11 48 15e 1 4 .4 .2 nli of uwts-----------_. I65 $( -1311" ,
Arch=Green.________ of ) 4s lie 322 I -
wlf Samnal TolenC.Samual n_"- i,1,_ of"njof nets and sji! 1 : ,
William Brice.ne,4 n -is 15e 16r) 3,80! I of n', of nw a and e!: I I _
: Unknown------.-_ ___ ne3s: of -18 lye 1: '2Ij : of and _., __ t ,
CEParnell__ ___. ____ of 4a n'j 82 -- t r !?
e3' .J 15c 3 74
f and
Tolen_______ ::A; of seas of nets se14 t _
Drew Lumber Co. nw.l" kle 40 1'0:1: a 1
of nel4 and w 12 of ne4 j

I -InknowD.u Drew Lumber CO________ II sb!! of of l 4., 15e 15e I 811 8U 2 1 &ix i 20 and acres nw 4__and___ -_s}* less, 1| 5,' 63 16 117 5078 Killed in Infanr.nof

[ 'C N Hi1dreth___. sell oC nwti-----------------j- 5d 15e L' (I 2 491C I
i l
--- .: 6a I6e :
Mrs T W Watson.. ___. of nej.iof ne'j. 5
-- VI i
N Hi1Jreth_:__.____. w!_ of 1 53 lye 141 -liCulroown. \ side: of R 1
Julia 31 Weave._____. one acre on south
...._..____.__. I
P & \ railroad in southwest
of 58 lJe () :
II -II.i corn r'of sees ot .1.1Y
CN.Httdreth---- ___ :! 511 15t' ;J. t 5 8-1 se'' .: .. 5 6a lee .J Ellanet .1 ..
______ 4. ,
: 50 -
CN Hlldreth a Ije 560 IOOCN .
.. 161 OT
Heirs of Jesse Coleman ____ _. 13 610 18e .
Hildretl1. .________ n-; of : 511 15e 81 .181UlllroowD. 4.--- Was the Dispensarti
__.. & + 380
Snowden Andrews_. nwi... ___ ---_. I We16e ---1. .' ]
._._:_______. sa of nel4.---------- 'j 511 15e 81. 218e'T u '
-+- & r 1 Hi
B.ldt e th______.__. ..w'4' ___._ :____--_-____.- ::;.i) Elvin MaJi o.. _. n.._ aw 4 of nwL4 -- -- -- --.19 -' When Brought ,
_____ .__. } Unknown------------_ 10 acres: off east side of ea < r, .. !
s}: of n.l_! andsl -21i 5s 15e 1128 .. .. tin1s --' U 97 -,
Jas B Stuart_____ ..._. of 2ti 5s 15e 8t) oflJwl.t.-- :U
t the
nS 18LE SenatelX -
ne.li------- 16r 31'
___ .
Arch Bell..:.______ ei* se4begin 'toIS.
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Dampleru __ nel" of __. _----_---- :26 5f 15e 44 19eN
:Mrs Atka Shealey_____ at'northwest cornel ;
Htldretw3 of elf'and nw4 and swt4of
; **Dof and east 25 J
8W.1.4 and C.l_ of sw34 ::16. 511 15e 44( 7 20 swJ4 run ,
"Cnknown_._____._,__.- owy of w?.i..o.------ 58 lye 1 29 chains 25 south chains 20, to chains.west point .tJ\\, w bile we are nrftere
Heirs of T W Fielding n! of seta-----------------1 fif 15e IO:! 218 : : .
I Unknown. _._.__ .-- e ---.- -__ -___-- -.___n. 2 6 a 15e il: ( of begintnj. ._ -. 34 6s- i6e .. i H .*>ted in. the above j|
_.,____________ IOtfl,3&6andn :iof 1111611 lae 392 HOCnlrno"D .. Marian McLendon ,_.. 10 acres in southeast corner 1520m '" ;
6 16e H
of se.'iof sw'4.wji 3.J ing enough to !
-$ J D Langd3.1,agt wife e3, of lot 5.3 on Georgia line 2n 16e 20I 20 1 :- ---- express
.. of -
N C McMillonMalache of nel4 and w, sef4 ,
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SS Mohley s!, of n&4 and of ew34 .
a2 si-ntinients
J-) and set of nwand e"Of : ou the I su.b
and seJ4' _------ n } '" l 8.i._____ _-_ ___ -- 3 ;is Ifie16e J I') :3_ -,
.wl.&ofnwl 20 Hie 34' 1346 still will
----------n we endeavor fi
SS.MobleYn__ .__ ___.nw'4ofne'4andne'4ofnwS4r- tr.l6e 80 ll2 Davis------. a-* of se4 less 20 acres 08 .1 .
___ ___ ... south side. -----------s 274
Unknown_ ---,-- lot L '_" _M., 3 2n 16e 52-11 129 I give you anMtvjeet insight mhit
J T Baird._____ --____ lot 2 16e IJ 03 NC McMillon... _._ ___ laloif. north side of nel4 ole .
___ nwt4-- ------------t HieW 13'- 144 of far morejjortaiico. 'tali
T Baird_ lot 211 We 80 2IVParnell 2.
n-.r'- Dawkina. _.. ___ ___ Hie fcT V Lsw4sof
___ __ _ Sl 2ste 1' l73 Augustus >iof 8wK U 7a
--------------------------9 LA Colson ___ ._ __ 4 113 Oretlliitnotijl6lEs1
Unknown .___ ___ ___ S.I_ : ) 23 itie 2( 129 sty q'1. : .
; R F Sheppard--_____ _. of .land nwJ4 oT; sw1e -I 'IJ jll 16e 121 3 H a'
Unknownse'4 2s We 129Lnknown LA Colaon_____ ____ __ j' of of i I1lh.'rl' ts Olt alone, bet tw3.sof ]
___________ ne? :: ., . .>. ne4 and' ]1 {I.. _
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of and se'4 at
and 8W neL4 4 of seli less 3b LA Colson._....__ ______ nw3y; and seL4 of f1 IIJUhhc lll'bfand.ocet! .
nwI..n. ___ ______-__ t xs 16e '. ale: 732 is closely connected .
acresolf ne'4 of-w1. 2s 16e 362 90
: : 12 TyoucJu'tare
Sam Broxy .. ... 814.se.'j '_ 7:1 16e' 1&1 )11
J R Wailer--------, 11,1_ and 14 in block --- --- ---- --- --- t >;
-inwl of swt4_ ;-L 2t 16e q 6.1 J S Beaty---------- of seta------------------ :!: 1s Ilktl1 181 health 1 ani

C T Abbot-. . lot ;v in blk 261n w!.. of- sw14- 2:! 16e 1 16 F J Sa.rer _... e} __.. .__ _n_ ___ ---r :!3.11 16e 3'411 7 10 ltllnu..... '4
____ n'4 7s :-s c tlf
JT Steaaman of 16e -145'plile
nwl-i---- ----------3 iju.
\V R White_ n __ lots 3 and 7 in blk 2.) ill w La n '
of sw34._____._ -- -- :!:I16e 159 Geo W McKinny__. ___ s13 of 2 jf 16exi; 3 12 is taken striving tOh&J
Florida Finance CoNat'l w>; of up
Jas prevatt.nnIotlinblkUinWofsW4 22! 2s 16e "
Jas Prevatt'_____ -lots 13 aDd 15 in.blk n in I ', (and supply the want oto!||
w3 ofsw''J-) :!:i16e 1 .
Jas Prevatt___.____.__ lot 1 in block 29In w'swty :t.'o; lfie 136 'se 2. is tt5eWe 400 933 t'u tomel.8 and our space! It
J R W; ._,______. 10 in blk 13 in wli of swjt' 216e 97 B'k. Jacksonville '!a' of se----------------!t} 7s 81 281 limited :
JT Baird- .__._. ._____. nw!:{ of nets---------------- 2; 2t 16e 1 292a J S BeatySC __n ___ n>s ; f still we will deTOtE7s

_____ ____ __ __ '. !;______.__ .._.___ 26 16e .129 nw -; 16e 120332L4 4 10 a few moments fndeaVo.1u.'i
__ __ SteadmanSC .. sw> ,
W -iVhitnet-- seliofseJ--n-----n----- ;23 2s lfie 233 4 1
i ----'I
J T Baird---------------se' of sw'4---------_ 28 2:3 16e 19, nw : } 2, to give you an insight'L, ,
Lewis Spalding____ _-.. net of se3a--_. '1 2s the 1 9. Steadman... .____ ne't :?'P "s 16e :: 8'33 .

Julian Brown____.__-n-n!. of ne34: of nw3Q---.- .___ I 3s 16e 20 1 05 Charles E Smith.. .,. lot ...- _'\ _- 1 the business methods fefojil]
Charles E Smith______;lot 1----------------------- ft i /s 16e 243
Mary Bottles_____._. .. 1 acre in 8W corner of -nwL '
of ne.1:( __.. __. 2 3a 16e 1 1W J H Ruff------------- n?, of lot 2-----------------'35 1s '16e 4t 113 ed by a first-class 1 grorerr
-- --n--
Caroline-Barrott-.swt4of ne 4'-----------. 310 ltie 196 Unknown.. .__:. __ n_ slj of lot and nj-i of lot!
: store one of which elailt
Unknown---------------sea of -I 3s ISe I three. 36 is 16e 8C 279 we
4.-.n.---------- 18
H P Plumeru: n3S ohe}. ._.______ ---- 311 16e 246Vm F W Monroe_________, lot 570 on Georgia line-i I '2ni17 385 7 27 to represent We l Ii

\ Hainesn:.u_____ s.! ofswsof neH.n.___. U 3Il 16e 126 J D Langsdale_.. ____. lot 571 on Georgia line 2nlie12.31; T 72 CMrf
Sprig Wilson-----------I acres in 8W corner of sw34 Saunders Lewis;; __. lots No. 595. 59 ;, 59';, 51 ;I .. stock every article. of&pa!&
of sw .l------------__ 21 3s 16e 4 109 i 599 and 600, .on Georgialine t -

.. I Thomas llaileynel------------------------. r3 3f the 1 52i ._--_ ___ _____.. ___ 2nIie156; 824 able nature that is mdeman4
'f D Sealey-____. se3y of sw3------------------ 3s 16e 111 D N Cone_____________. ow .& of ".________ ____-_. 19 IniZeIsllTe 4C 144. ,
Thomas Furgerson____ e.'i of nwj and l' all d that we can P""cit-t.<
ngand 4
Heirs of B J Roberti.. Ii acres..lying south of F C &: i" .
P railroad in nel" of sera 25 3. 16e 17 2 05 acres off north side of: handle .
with -
R L ColiOn_______.___ all of 81f ofne34lfingnorth nwl4 of se4___.._ ._n___ 253. 9 CI\ satisfactory! ,
Heirs off- V RJCeene. se>i of sw}-i and nwfi of
of F C 4 P railroad-------38 lfie 53 -I 89 suits to our. customers .aMi'
A Leer &; Son-------- swL.i of SW, .3s 16e 40 1 78 se'j' less thirteen acres \

John McKise__________ ae3y of nwt:& .3s 16e 1 78 off north. side oi'stf of I ourst'hes."r e buyourgiceries 1
______ se 1y.--- 8 18 17e17e 14i 6 app .e
Rachael Turner 16 acres oft ----- --------
of 8W ;. 311 16e 16 1.56 Heirs of W R Keene__ nef4"of ne}. --;----...-.--- 17 b *( 125 in such a manner! -

Thomas Bowers__ se3sof nw34 3s 16e 1 .8 Unknown ________00__:s ft of lot 8. ---- >------ -- .. 18 bIle 35 125
Enoch Nardlow--f 8wl4' ; ::1s ltie 3 40 Unknown.._u._.__.___ ne a of nw?;;'_ __ ___ ..___.__ 21 Is 17e 4C 1 20n we.receive shipments eiei. |]

Jeknown ..._______. _. ne3s of lIe.r" : 3Il 16e 3 10 CF McKhaun_______n % ;mm__.___ -__ _...- Z; Is 17e 570 few often h6Oi
days as
BJ Bryan_______..__ ___ as:
Ftf3 Jl Ur J 4 Harris sw1 of neJ 3s 16e 5 42 sw34of seta- -.n- .-r-l 30 .328C .
eirJo 1)0 tiarriinwi'ofne3s .4s 16e 129 BJ Bryan--------- nwbof nell un-------. .. 31 Is 17e 410 three times a week-.wma
A BueL.n__ --- sw3a of .' .ID lfie '1.8 Unknown__. __..;____ _.-. e>| of nelj and swat of ne1. -
!BB: 'hompsonassigneesof nw4. -Is lIe 80 208I'A and n1.; of se ,4 and swj-" gives our customers the y
Bute------ nw.lof De!.. 4f 16e 40 1 :20k of se';and se'i of sw>|._ 31 is 17e 2S 371
\ ____--n---______ ,; ', li 16e 15 Unknown_ _____ ______ nw3sof nw '4.- -- --- ----- 31 is 17e 4 420 efit. not only]. of thenets lowefprices ':
k John Milier.-...-__-__- aw3of ne34 4816e 15 Unknown ___ n_.__ __ n. of 6W>4.. --/_--- -.. 31 Is I7e 40SO 120
; ; f W G DTonge______._. ei of dw3; C F McKbaun A_.._H !"*U?t 4 of ne>4'* and. DWY4; 01 possible but ochasing fpur

oi nw _'_ -Is 16e 60 238 swl: ----- 33 Is 17e 300 [
-- ---n fresh >a
: Henry Jerkfns.. ________ e3 of leJ& UnknownVT ._.'-n_ !ne- ofVwi"I]] __ .._ "-_ h lie 181 : groceriea .
: side.---------------------j- 4s 16e 253. Green__ _.. _.n_ seLSof setoo.---' -_-._-_n. 33 the time which is an iitself. tern 11;

D J Gore___..n. ______ s}: of se34 WT Greenl,.:____. nw,.( of > --.--. ) 34 i s 17e 6i 211 -
of '- 4i 16e 100 : 73 Unknown ___.___ _. __. aelofset'___ __ u_ _. ._... ..-34 Is 17e 40 134 At your request(

Unknown ____--._-.- w ; of nw'- .J.i 16e 80 209 Unknown. "_,,.n. __ .. of ne. -- _-- ___ _n ls lIe 4C 213
C F ._. _._ take order ffiorthing
j Heirs; Hattie Smples nS3! of i --- ls lfie 1' a 85 ne.4andne-&ufse.4---- s 17e 20G -110. your every .
31r Rhoda Ne>ti---- :a3w of 51;" .. -Is Hie1'1)0 Ben F Smith_. ___.____ ne34andfLofnw's__-------8 2s 17e '24T8 390 and 2!e
S 'l SandlSetIen.s of nW 4s tie 3121iarrison Unknown.: -- _____._ ___- nil: of se_4.__..---__-...-_.--. 8 .s lie 181 your groceries
Wadkin\J" .. e. of 8w3 48 16e .160 -1113 Unknown..,.__ _.___n. nW ;' .-- ----. -- -. .- -. _-.11 2s I7e 16 312 delivered} at your door |'
f Unknown_,--n-u.-- 8W.-- of ne- 4s the 4{ 2 90 CF McKhaun h._ n.'| of nel4 and sw!4 of ne' 4'
i Martha Brookssway of seas 4s 16e 1 and \v!:; of sel4. ___._ 1i 2s 17e 160 -I 37 time to put on your dinneryou

: Mra J H Twyman. u. eLs of seas ThomasJefferson.__ __ nef4'ofsel4l.... ------r 7-- 30 2s lie 4( 213
side -- -- Unknown .__n__.,____ sW4 of sera--- n_ .__ :. 20 210 17e 40 125 get ".h..J iifc.jis
j f C_ F McKhaun..::___ ne-4 and > of
swt4 of nw4 ) -18 16e 133 -135 ne 4 swKi and i to be had in the city aud..
J M Marrow. trustee.. w3_! of se's ; i nw'| of 8*)$ and nj of t
side of ee ti 16e 1 298 'C14 --------------------1 211 17e 320 473 it is not only neat
put up
William Jackson----.s!; of se!;.. 4s tOe U-I 244 Gallic North______. *>s of nw54 and awls of'sw 4sw'4 2"2s 17eI7e 120 4 -
Sam Tolen.h.._._._. e.l of e3___ 411 16e 1 385lrsT Callie F Norrh.n___.. of se's and ne1!' olse t 3t fresh and clean, but you g..t

) W uieldiug.r__ block No. 3:1: '4nef4'ofsw. ---- --_ --__ 2-1 2s 80 3 1'
IIe3a --------------1 5s ijr( 12-13 CF McKhaun. ... '__ : '4__ __ ___ h__.31 2s 17e 120 16 ounces for every 1)ODUd--
.Unknown __ block No. 77 Columbia City Julia Evans.__ n_____ n 4of nes----- 2s lie 181
-u"muu nett----------- ._n.l 5816e 1 243 C F McKhaun. .___h. ft... : :::: .:::::: :: !you order. Didou em-

II L Nilkerson__ .._.__ lot 6In blk 75 Columbia City CF McKhaun. ____. all except! e.l_ of nw.!:f_ 2s 17e 1201 1598 think that? W'e 1
to of
> nel4 -- -- -__ __ _______ 1 511 16e 121_. 97 CF McKhaun .. all..._ .._ ----. -----___ 3:" _s 17e17e 640 ,825 stop .
Jonas Wilkins______._. nWi of se'"uu.-- __---. 12 5s 16e 2r-: i CF McKhaun_ ___ : all except wji of nel4__ _n: 3 3s "56056u 749 it is not a bad itlea to be'all
Heirs of J M Mason_ nwi of sets and n.l_ of ne33of I C McKhaun.: n_ ___ except sli of 3s lie 857
1 ?. -h-u.---n..u. 13 fs 16e ; 67 Unknown. _ __. ._ se4 of nw'4..K- swLy------7 3s 17e 4C48G 125 now; and you will l bprised .in> :

Wm H Lyons__. _.. ..s!: of se.I- _________ __.____. 13 5t 16e 2.r.JJackPinkoey I Unknown ..._ __ nw'4ofof nw!14... 3s 17e 4: 125
-- __nn. ne."of ne'l--- __ -- _-_ to !l16e 1 Pap Unknown. .n_.. ._ ne>4 and w"., and w at the' amountsavings ofyODf;

CN Hlldreth... __ __- ue.I----- --- -. - - --. Ss 16e 160 312 : of seas and se?i'of seii_*_ 13 3s 17e 857 tUDe.
(' N Hildreth----------l : : 58 16e 320 594I8reat .J T Baird-_ ... ,..-- nwb4--- _-- 1. 3s 17e : in a month's .
-- ------ ---" --- - 160 -19
McDuttie:: : nof nel1andnt2 of sw34 i UnknownJames ___. __ n's of neJ4 of se'4- ,- tlwif 3s 20 .120 We invite to weigh eevery -

nets -- nn -_ --.__-___. 21 )11 l11e 101 2 i3 BackerS ___n. of nets and wf of seHJ \ 3s 120 450 you
May Sumpter--- n.w!: of nwi----------------'l s Ilk 312 B Thorn piOnas..ignee Qe'4 of >4 less 10 acres net I article purchased J.

Sam Logan.--. "_ --yeisof nwl"lesfl0acres oft off west side and s1.of ., '. .
east side__:-_ n __ __ on ')1 53 16e 30 1 .5 I nW 4____ n __ o '.-a 3s lie 11 211 us; is the, propositionone & fael4 '<
# Sallie Sum Ater--------10 acres otJ.e .side of be 3s of J B Yarn____ _./.. of -i--o'------'h.u.)1 ::1s tie 120 -
nwi--- n__--_ -___.-__; 21 5s 16e 1( 95 Wille Wade__.__ _____ acres s in southwest cornerof ?, It i is now up to .Vl1.4

1 'm H !s of nei -. -__ _. __._- 24 5s 16e jt 213U.J 1 swij of Vera'---------- 36 3s He 5 1 28Ce are ever ready alldTill. :
Lyon---------n- 'of nw.I".n 511 16e & 31 Rena Grant.h___ __ e,; 3f sw4 of nw;. _r 3s 17e 20l 97 J

; Worth __ -- _- .__ -- - ----"..n.2 5816e 100 380 Angeline Patterson.. '? acre in southeast corner log to serve you to the bf""t 1
Henry Baily___ __ nel.of nel-i Iess 6 acres oft of sw!;j of sw?", 105 feet I L"
south side. ..-- -_----._.._ 25. 5s 16e 34 24.1 north and south by 210 of our ability. Give us >|j

Worth & Walker u__ nw14 .n..n.n n -_. ___ .._ 5s Pie 1' 312 feet east and west, >
-- Calvin Sum pter----_.. 20 acres off west side ofw}: bounded north by Dorson

of nw'4-- -- --. !i Johnson _?:_, .________ 28 3s'Ue 323
20 acres off east side of e3. Heirs: of Thomas Stead '4a re..inn'i.of !!;.--..__ -- 28 3s lie l! 262 Yours for future orders., "
Unknown __..__.._.. ,
of ne---- .- .- n-- n 2t! 511 16e 44 2 361'illiam n. begin at a point 25 feet west i4 '
Bank: _..__.. n.l. o! ne .& less 10 acres oft e of, southeast corner of rl"r. P. SHEPPAR0S.I -
.... 1 slde- n --oO.8 58 16e W 3 42 lot 18 Baya survey thenc i

Sam Tolen .. .. ..__ 10 acres off east side of sw34 east' along/ railrod rig t. ;:
of 2 5i 16e 206 of way 111 feet thence Q" P. handle the Celebr1t

+' x Joseph. Bynum____ .. sway of ne3--------------28 5. 16e 39 2 43din north 663 feet, thence 4-X" Butter and ('
T 'Y Watson: ._ awry 1t1e 2 2 43s Creamery 11(1
;-r' .pi I Ic Continued: on Pages 9 and 101
A word to the wise i* sufficient.
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GIRL' IS SOLD TO INDIANS. f i James.IL Keene says there is a '
How To
wide difference: between speculationand
A *tr-ve B.... !
eR Wealea tm Salt gambling. '"Speculation.;' hean'r"
"" V ,. to Recover
HeiF&tlier'a "is i b.t..ed on kmi'vleO*, of it
,- back of your : a ..ra. ._ '* 'GainFlesh
ought to Le. this
i r.-.Heavy pressure -' According ti> .

ur head? And are The carious, romance of a 'white' i theory, then, a man is only a mans! i

y sometimes faint and girl's life'among Blackfeet Indians for ciEvery bier when he loses Persons have been known to
i 16 .
'? Is your tonguepl suit years brought has just by Alice come Burke out through a I A gain a pound a day by taking
against Mississippi pertinen'- "
newspaper In
Bad taste In '
? Thomas Huhson. a rich cattle-rancher Iv asks ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL- -
: "What has beconse of the
'war mouth? And does ; of eastern Oregon. Mothers of the Confederacy Alas!i SiON. It is strange, but it often

pour food distress you ? Alice Burke seeks to recover a: ranch
woman in the country ( Many have gone tu their : happens.
A*you nervous and irIrjiible I which once belonged to her father:and ought to know aboutft10lher's I exceeding
< ? Do you often is now valued at $22,000. Burke and great reward while those who linger I 'Somehow the ounce produces

fkre the : blues? And Husson started to cross the plains the'flesh are content, as they were tthe pound; it seems to start the -

I are you troubled about I from Kansas to Oregon. Burke was detained mendba( ring the conflict, to remain ii thckground e digestive machinery going prop- '

and placed his girl, then two i i : never ceasing howerer, t
thing p (; years old, with Mr. H Slion.I Those wonder ulio.how do know about it I 1 i to devote what is left of life M the erly, so that the patient is able
T yosr ttvcf laO i I chief Husson for sold 12 the child to a Blackfeet without it. It they has ever robbed got child-along I j I task of {keeping green the graves anil i to digest and absorb his ordinaryt

..:.. wrong- arrived In ponies and when Burke birth of its. terrors for many a | I the memories of the departed heroes; food, which he could not do be-
Oregon him that Alice
?*But iher is a cure. had died. Six years ago Burke died girlish youngrii figure it and has saved preserved her much'her I I of the South.-Peniacola News. fore, and that is the way the gain ,

.*t'is.i the old reliable and the Hus&ons have been carrying suffering. It is an external liniment f, is made. "
v.l1".; "on his ranch. Alice meanwhile and can lea with it therefore, I II Tie: Valdosta Southern road has
grew I A certain amount of flesh is
......, 9 .up among the tribe in Idaho and when absolutely no danger of upsetting completed its line to Madron, Fla., z-
white the system as drugs taken internally I for health if have
people remarked -
on her fine hair and its first train was run to that necessary ; you -i
the Indian said she was a half-breed, are,apt to do. It is to be I I not got it can get it by
whose father rubbed icto the abdomen to soften place Saturday afternoon. The road you
s was dead. She
gained and strengthen the muscles whichare was completed to Hanson
the love'of Fla., some _
the son of Chief
FleehiDg.ho to bear the strain.
This means 1
\\ was time ago and. trains have been run
sent to Carlisle. much less paia. It also '
While there Alice took lessons of sickness and all preventsmorning of the ning to that place for a year or more. takingCOJt'S _to

the. Indian agent's wife and kept potce.ith other disco: forts of pregnancy. i Several weeks ago, PresUent J. ,11. I' ( !!
Iv.E \ him in his studies. Finally the A druggist of Macon, Ga., says: I! \V ilkinnoQ, who is the principal own
revelation of her "I have sold a large quantity
white blood came er of the road, decided to finish the
4 when she was an applicant for a place Mother's Friend and have never j work of You will find it lust as useful in summer :
known an instance where it has I construction anl since that
in a big tribal ceremony. Then )'oilllg failed : 45 in winter, and if you are thriving upca ,
to produce the good results time his had. a large force of hands:: I "
Husson appeared and told her story claimed for it." It don't stop because the weather u warm.5oc. .
but offered her ( .busily at work. The road is only] I j .
only $100 for her
father'sproperty A

'''M. prominent lady of Lam- 4 about .and$i.oo,all druegisU.
She thirty miles long, bat it Is one |
refused and investigated bertan. Ark writes
: "With
my SCOTT BOW NE,Chemists, New York. :
tThey" act directly on and is now suing for the first six children 1 was in labor i {|of the best built short lines in the !, .

f Ac'liver. They cureOIIIIipationbiUousness recovery-of the land.' When she gets it .[I troir.24to Mother's 30 hours. After using I I[country and has been completed, I 1 Snis ('hica. .> professor i i" R'ointo 1.,

i she is to marry John Fleet wing. Friend, my seventh was I I practically, by one man. I .
LI born in hours." create a sensation .:
4 : some dsy by talking -
dtff headache, nausea, i ..
A soldier at Spandau tent ba Get Diu!let r'e Friend at the drug I on clue ltioi.SIIUDDEILS.
I isd. dyspepsia. Take aie'dose ktuie >31.fN11.r Lutae.THE Ij THE HOnE
frightening a sentry, approached him j GOLD CURL -- -- --
each night. i Bii\Lf ItlO RCCIUTOR: CO.. I
:, .tt' lthly, creeping on all fours.' He VT HIS PAST.
jftr 60 years years they jumped suddenly, and the AlUfcU, f 1. '"I recall "' I II
up sentry wens t,.tvu ire 91uar.-lh>akt'4BEFOR2KiBTt j now with Jiorror> says
I \ Ingenious Tivatinsnt
vc been the Standard shot him dead.ine'ounces. 1 U LO&5. I I. byh.ch I Mail Carrier Burnett Mann of Le-

i My Pills.bwaBeai. ', \ of sugar is the extra j Drunkard in are being Cured daily vanm:: O "my three )ears of, suffering -
t allowed in the British Spite of Themselves.
AllIInaJsts Russian
army; > The duke of Cornwall thanks 1'resilent from Kidney trouble. I
byt taLsa Arer'l Pllto was
reguj soldiers get two gallons of beer Ger-
Mr for ttonthi. They hard ; j : McKinley fur rending "his" i hardly ever free from dull aches or
. IJM IM amt severe heada.&e,tuui man. seven ounces of butter, and i I NO NOXIOUS .1
.1..... walk from t.o to four Spanish three pound* of salt fish. j line cruiser, the t5ro->Lyn! to Australia Ok THE NEKVES-A PLEASANT acute pains:: in uiy back. To stoop or U
.IvMwit etttuijf tired or out to take part Li the \'oilitnon-I AND lift mail sacks made a
., steal, BMthliij 1 have not Experiment are being carried cut ,, POSITIVE CUBE FOR THE me groan. I ;,:

'' |;".-'abIeGcIotlll'" .. LEo WUWOIlIi WilY yeare.'y :. .** in the ,Austrian army with a new i! wealth celebrations. I LIQVOR HABIT. I felt tired, worn out,. about ready to r

'y IIqUt- .lem.1WI. portable oven for Add and tranSl10rtIHlrpQes. FLORENCE--- S. C. Nov.- I It is now generally known and understood give up, when I began to use Electric .

;. The oven at present in tr-e 26,1'JtiO that Drunkenness a dlSt'a..ano1 not weakness. Bitters, but six bottles .
Wt. tho; D'..... j I was first advised by our family I A body tilled with poison and nerves completely '
g is a very unwieldy and heavy article, completely shattered by cured '
. and
iJII."uJ-J taint Whatever periodical ur coy me made me feel like anew -5.
idnetytmreeeir arid has to Le transported in .m-tious. I i l physician in Charleston to use Tee- j slant use ot intoxicating liquors regale '
SJNNIh I, *.wna. the doctor an antidote capable of man.1 They're unrivaled to : :1
neutralizing and
.',. "" j. r..1rIII itoelTiap .. The new oven, however, may be carried I 1 I thin \\ith our baby \I hen she was 1 eradicating this poison, and de<-tro> tbe :
lag regulate: Stomach
.;JIJ.AddnIu.:-_ Na i.4nBo,IMw'dI. ,matt.7s intact upon a (cart and if necessary.can .but aerv young infant, as a preventive I craving torintosicantc sufferers may DOW 'and : Liver, Kidneys ---j
cure themselves at borne without Bowels. Perfect
publicity satisfaction
be utilized for baking of colic and r-
puriKiics to warm and sweeten or loss of time from business by this wonderful '"
w Bile on'the..march the stomach. Later it was useful -HO1tEGOLDCpL' "'w'hich has been guaranteed by Geo. W.Price. Only
ig teething troubles, and its effect p ..of close study 50 cents. ."J
Miss Mamie Smith and treatment of inebriates.
Middlesboro, has been found The faith tul _
to be benefi
so very use according to directions of this wonderful -- -
KV-, writes: "My little sister had cial and Those
so free from the dangersr discovery positively guaranteed 'to Chicago university professors "

the croup .very bad. I dace her are consequent upon the use ofdrugsand care hard the a drinker.most obstinate Our records ca.l',no show marry tbe bow : must lie awake' at nights trying 1 J; I
marvelous .
several doses of Foley's Honey and soothing syrups, that we iramsformauon of thousands of : think of new
Ito subjects by which .J
= Tar and she was instantly relieved. hate came to regard it, after use Drnndards into sober industrious and up-I I I
=-IB DUO AND HIS DOGS. It saved her life." G. W. Price. with three children, as one of the necessities nght men. |i they can gain notoriety. Xow one ".

s-IM I I when there is a new baby in DKK.S WIVES cure cure your your FATHERS HC5BASDS.! This!! ( of them declares that college bred

Mr tev Tkm waa HfMlf I. Nor ii it recorded that Mr the house and until the teething troubles is in no sense a nostrum hll.II1U.l' 'HIL.I girls:: do not make good wives and .

| si tali Wltk .l Theme gig set aside any of ,that $ ,carne-j I in are over, and *e take pleasure I and this prepared disease only that and it is is so tbGr.>ughlv; solubleand : that society women are paracites. "y

1ti =Lt..ruta. palls. for Scotch universities for the study'' recommending it to our friend in* pleasant to the taste, so that it can be I j But then, culture was never popular
stead of the horrid stuff that so many given in a cup of tea or coffee without the j! in
and improvement of the Scotch :'I people use toVeep their babies quiet. knowledge or tbe person taking it. Tho 'i Chicago. :.
. ,, the duke of Manchester sands of Drunkards. have cured"themselves '--
galled j ::<
high-ball, but such a thing ,might ,. umvELLM.. AVER, : with this priceless II I
bfJliUnd he left behind remedy and as m3.0Vmore Stops the Cough and Works oil the .;
two ter- : (Mgr. Daily Times and Weekly I have been cured and made temperate : .
have his benefaction
CM|Oat h to take withjfHJ m24-31 Times-Messenger. t j by having tbe CUKE"administered bv i
far-reaching influence. i loving friends and relatives without their "
the New York Times. i-I I -
They I j ledge incoueeor tea.and believe to>- Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet '_
+ii4 steed with large labels, -ont I I Another college student has been i | day tbat they discontinued drinking ot their I r
wtre their names, and that of Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspepticlde I f I accused of plagiarizing an oration. own free wiL Do HOT WAIT. Do not be deluded cure a cold in one day No cure, nom ;
by and misleading "i Price 25
| *wr? But Complications arose is the new and'perfect' cure for Intl 1But the strangest thing about it is I i III'ov..ol4.'nL' Drive out the disease at once pay. cents.

'the duke and the man from gestion, dyspepsia, constipation: j I the fact that it was from one of t i i and> sold tor at all the slate extremely: The "HOME low GOLD price ot CVKK Cue The way his countrymen are di'si -

be'bought the dog some heartburn, sick-headache, and I1 I}i Bryan's speeches. \Dollar,thus placing: within reach of everybody posed to treat his gift of $10oo.lII
1 1(0,tad u a result the noble4 ills from poor digestion. It makes :.....__ : a treatment more enectual than oth- I

> to leav the doge behind., the stomach right. O. \V. Price. ,f I Geo. CHickock, Curtiss, \:is'o.i !erscostingfrgjafAtotou package., Full directions: )I I to Scotch universities is enough, to _

WMOB he did not them says: "Foley's Kidney Cure has been J b slcmilledyphv when requested Wit lid make Uncle Andy a hot Scotchman.:
Burning the veldt in South Africa I out extra charge bent prepaid: any part I '
b, ui4 a friend of the 'tested and found be all of the -- f'
dogs' to you claim world on receipt Of One Dollar. AJdress "I had
orfper'wae that ne had( not to compel the Barr farmer, to surrender I for it. 1 have given it to my father ] Dept E 4. EDWIN B. GILES&: COM- a running sort on my breast 3

thct Mr. Kelly, of Boston.p would be like etUajr prairie j j and it is the only, thing that ever !i PANY.All correspondence? iandS K Market strictly SU confidential.Philadelphia.l !:' for over a year," says Henry R. llicb- --.a:

p I friend of mine, sold the ter- fires in the ,West ,to drive settlers j j helped him. (L \V. Price. !: ards: of \VilL>ey ville. N. Y., 'and tried .

-, the duke hut yea,Manchester from house and home, Can that: be' :great many remedies, but got mii :

to Py 11.500 for the pair, Kitchener's idea of ":i\ilized war-j j Application for Permit. | Application for Permit.} i I After relief until I used Banner: Salve.

I*Pay So, when Kelly heard \TOTICE Og APPLICAT&S FOB PERMIT TO' or APPLICATION FOB PERMIT TO using one-half box, I was !
fare? -Boston Transcript. It was j i> si.LL NOTICE : fectly cured. I '
ifW ta sail LIQUOR,WISIS: Ai1/8EEIL Public : LHJUOBH. W 1.1SS AND USES: : Public cannot :
he came to New Sherman's idea 'of "civilized wafare" r notice is hereby given that J. r>.Crabb. Aft.. Ii notice is hereby given that Horace A. Duncan it too ighI ." O.V.. Price. wr'I
i has tiled with the Board "t county com BUS- has Bled with the Board of county commissioner I _: .
*htilt be in Georgia, and the North applauded sioncrs ot Columbia n.uatv. Florida his application ot Columbia county Florida .
went to the hotel the him. for tbe rich[ ;nil a permit to sell his application for the right. and a permitto i I W."owingbasRolveJ the \Vei. ?
were 'tot at home; IIowev er. [Iquor... wine and liver in ElectIOn DistrictNu. : sell liquors wines and beer in Election y _
te<*bia lawyer to the It), ot saW county and State: tbat such District No. 10. of said county and state: | Willie problem: by discovering .1 N
hotel and application will Le acted on by the said tbat such application will be acted" on by tie natural
halt for the dule. He found Itoard ot county' commivMonert at their said Hoard 0 county comma ont'rsat their soap deposit within its b,ir- ,"|
Ittbe"Io4by, The duke said CASTOR I I'A next regular meeting wbfih will be held on neat regular meeting which will be held on !den .;
he the first Tuesday m Jure A. U. laul. at Io'clock the first Tuesday in June, A. D., lilt, at 1') ,
J H tke'money Hu fathtir-in- For Infants and Children. in tile loreuonn of said day and the o'clock in the forenoon ot said day. and the ;
abea asked to the I I said Board Hereby calls uon any citizen of said Board hereby calls upon any citizen of SUCCESSWOKTrTKNOWIfJC.. |
pay such Election District who may desire to duo such Election District who desire to d. ,
4 ae io. So the duke had tot yet The Kind You Have Always Bought{ .. to show cause, if any trees be. at tbe aid so, to show cause if any their may be.at the said) j 4-}ears success in 1 be Soul h past eHughes' > ;!
te dogs" I I nejt regular meeting ot sail'Board. Why next regular: meeting ut said Board, why Tonic a great remedy tar ,
i sued hermit shall nut be granted to the ap- suh permit shall not be granted to the ap- chills and all malarial fevers letter
Bears / I plicanL By order or the Board of county I I plicant. By order of tbe Board of county than calomel and .
sO I comma+tiuunofColumbia: countyFlorida commissioners ol Columbia county, Florida. quinine. Contains -
'i COALING STATION.contractor I Signature 1 I This tbe Otb dav ot May. A. D., isol.M 1'bis the 6th day of May A. D.. l:Ol. no arsenic. Guaranteed, try it. ,
Psis s =- I ISALI M otuuuBt.icH+, Clerk. l.ULj M- M.SOARBOUOI'OH. lerk. i At druggists.. elk ?'1 b,>ttle>. al' lrOl i
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tions, presided over by President W. gavel for order at about 9 o'clock Palmer and Morgan deserving special I fered the best drilled man.
"* Heim- talion. CoL N. H. HarrIioQ ..
ie Citizen-R porter.L delivery Lindley .
P; Yocum. and made a short address In which he few pleasant remarks
The choir waS composed of trained emphasized the value of the Societies burger and Harvey D. Waugh having j I medal to Sgt. Ives. presen : .:

) L. DODD, EDITOR AID PBOPBIETOB.A. voices and the music:: and hymns were to the students. participated in the joint debate were Cadet. Adjt. Mann read aa !';
taking part in the program t.in which several
H. DODO,iairtMt!diw. exceptionally fine. Rev. F. Pixton 'The affirmative side of the questionwas excused from promoting s
made for
year, and
as his reading lesson for the Messrs. M. M. Brown }f&.
gave argued by of Borger Heimburger
Official Newspaper of Columbia County and After the orations the delivery I an*
the Town of Lake City Florida.. evening the first chapter ,of Joshua and L. Heimburger of the Bema, and diplomas medals and prizes was he- were promoted to captaint' [r;
Published every Friday at Late City. Fla. to show to the societies the requisites the negative by Messrs. H.D. Waughand gun. The diplomas having: been destroyed I.I graduated with that rang r. .
Office-South ot Courthouse Square. in the fire ol Tuesday morning missions were issued to all
for leadership. Hi reading and R. W. Humphreys of the Forum. rradia;
their delivery is to be, by mail !] ing officers
idtertiiiBf.... Sates Famished spas Application- interpretations were greatly en- Messrs. Brown and Heimburger,argued when those reordered shall have ar- The rendering of the decigfo,"'tt
joyed. Short talks were made and the question well and introduced rived.In I yarding the most Important aa
Entered in Lake-City claw matter.postofflce a:. second papers read by the members relativeto many telling points. The latter the commercial' Department certificates ,]I from the student's point of *w.?.

the scope and character of the Is particularly to be congratulated of proficiency were grantedto ., reserved to the last. Cast. ',
Subscription $r.oo Per Year. Messrs.. p, Perry Hunt JorJoo, |I highly complimented- tyQ ::
society work. upon his forceful and logical ef- J M. Harris and F. C Adams, and..: panics on their good showing;
It was generally regretted that fort and his skillful adaptation of in the department of stenography j,: competitive drilL Indeedt'apt.
FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1901. the founder of the college Y. M. C. statistical facts stamped him as be- and '. rewritin certificates were :f I Cox is due the the iatst*
given to Misses Annie Belle Fialey. i! tbe cadets have taken ID tt'u
[' A., Prof. C. V Waugh on accountof ing possessed of extraordinary forensic 1.
@rthaA. and !! their college work.
f I Ethel Pimmg, Murphy Capt ties.
\ $80,000.00 FOR THE STATE COL- blight Indisposition, was not able talent. His ready wit and shafts Mr.G.D. Wheeler. I I I vited Mr. F. H. Young to deUTtt
to meet with the societies and take of logic won him frequent applause. The medals excellency ia decla- I prize cup to Capt. Morgan Of 6.

f LEGe. part in the exercises. Ever-since The negative side,' by Messrs. mation awarded Friday evening to I which be did in a felicitous .a
Messrs. Simonton and Buie were tie-,j FRIDAY NIGHT. ;
their he has his and -
, has organization given Waugh Humphreys, was presented
The legislature of Florida acquitted livered to the successful contestants i t The annual commencement '
a, itself admirably towards the I time, talents and attention to the ef- clearly and forcibly, and these by President Yocum. I I r will take place to-night. The ISA.isonville .,

State Agricultural College by mak- fort of increasing the influence of young gentlemen were frequently ap Hon. B. H. Palmer in a uleasantj I i orchestra will 'forest.**:

\ ing an appropriation of $3oooojoo! to the societies over college life and plauded. The first speaker estab- address delivered to.Mr. B.W., Hum-:;I music and the young people{ art=
phreys the medal awarded for proficiency i counting i on an enjoyable
the results of his unselfish and untiring lished a reputation a gifted polemic -
I that institution. ; in Spanish. The medal offered !j I l Children under,the age of tulr
, The appropriation is divided as follows work have been felt in the insti- and the position of his opponents, by Prof. Waugh to the best ,: years will not be permitted to.o rh}
i : tution. The influence of his labors which they seemed to have made al student in Latin was also delivered the ball room. -
has all sections of i Col. Palmer to Mr.W. K. Jackson. I <
permeated to t estate most impregnable, suffered many by
For six months from July 1 to Dec. I
and the patrons of the school, hard blows. Medals for best scholars in the.first (f, Important.. "
31,1901,123,750.00; for purposes as fol- and.second of the preparatory: '
I. lows: Outstanding indebtedness, appreciating its value, will hope that When the debaters had concluded, department years were awarded to Mr. B.I r j i i I am selling to the people of 'r.

N $3,000 repairs and improvements, he has not given up permanently the M. M. Scarborough, Jr., in his usual H. Bridges and Miss Corrie Brown.( City milk equal to any ia the ;

r 11,250;, new building, 112,500; model supervision of the college Christian flowery style, presented the .medals The winners announced of the board W. K.scholarjshipsaii Jackson -j I and I want to furnish yon. Ii

j farm, 12,000 veterinary department, societies. awarded by Prof. Waugh to the member were i my whole attention to my busirit
; Freshman; Miss V. Wltf field, i
f 1,2fiO.OOfarmers' institute, 1,250.. MONDAY Y, MAY 27. .i in each society, who has improved Sophomore; winner of the Junior ]j,! and cattle and I guarantee my __?._
t t For the year 1902, $37,500.00; as follows -1 1t At 2 o'clock p. m. the work in the the most in sneaking. M. M. scholarship not decided. i]I I i the equal of any and it will keep fea l 3

I : Repairs and improvements, Mechanical' department was displayed !Brown of the Bema and L..W. Morgan Capt. Cox then took control of tbe :!14 to 6 hours longer than any yea as.
I to the public. There were many i of the Forum, were the successful exercises and the military awards i<1 get. Try it. 16 pints for ILja- ('
$2,500.00 new buildings, 25000.00 ;
; ; were announced The medals for ex-'I livered
and .
made the skilled i night morning.i "
compliments on students.
model (arm', 5000.00; veterinary department pert marksmanship were delivered.i i R. Coras.
-$2,500.00; farmers insti- handiwork of the students. The in- I After the rendition of a selectionby to the successful contestants, Messrs.G. : '
t' tute f2.500.OQ. spection of the department lasted the orchestra the president announced .A. Smitlrand S.A. Floyd by Capt. ,.':>:-
T. C, Watts. : You Know What You are Tiddg
several hours but this i
time twofor
during the decisions,which were
For the first six months of the year Medals for best inspections were i
the interest of the moving throngnever the Forum and one for the Bema. j When you take Grove's TasteS
t I'Kfl, $18,750.00; as follows: Repairs. awarded to Capt. H. Waugh of Cu.
and improvements, $1,250; new build flagged. The machinery waskept WEDNESDAY MAY 29. B,'for the first term, and Capt. S. T. f j Chill Tonic because the fornula_

I ing $12,500;: model farm, $,500.00; running all the-while and the AtD:30a. m. the' Alumni Association .Fleming of Co. B, for he seconi and plainly printed on every bottle .
students exhibitions of manual third:terms.In fag that it is simply iron an4
1250.00 gate held Its annual meeting and at gii
veterinary department
; the competitive drill for promotions "
'I dexterity.Prof. 11 the annual public meeting. The i i in a tasteless form. No cure 80
farmers' institute, $1,250.As Sgt. Ives and Private Turner i
t will be ,seen from the above N. H. Cox has charge of this 'meeting 'was addrfssed by F. L won, Sgt. Ives winning the medal of-]1 t i 50 cents.

1 every cent asked for has been appro- department and big ability as a Stringer, A. B., LL. B., class of '96. __ o1. _____
J teacher was reflected by the char- ,Owing to the lateness of beginning 5C
priated. A new college main .building -
1 will be erected at a cost of $50- acter bf the work. he shortened address but it was t f/iJrJjrJjfJi ilfJi/mtl t lid tJjf1i1fiJ fJ>>tJjfMjfJ

'+ 000.00. The exhibition drill occurred at excellent none the less. Hereviewed m. J

In addition to the SSOOOJ.OOthe leg- 430. The companies drilled excel- the present status of higher education Watchmaker Y 8

islature has appropriated $2,500.00to lently and the easy and graceful evolutions I in Florida,the interest it is now ,

the of the drill were watched with challenging and the Indications propitious /J1\ Graduate Optician-Scientific .
equip gymnasium which will Jeweler I fitting of Spectacles. Musical 1.\
be built with the $10,000.00 generously interest by the large crowds. i for a bright future. Uuoda. Engraving a Specialty' %'' ,

donated by Mr. H. M. Flagler. The Tau Sigma Delta and Philos- I The competitive drill fOl the cup and

The legislature has been liberal thian Societies composed of young ;award occurred at 4:30. The Companies Optician.

but not too liberal. It has but meas- women, held their public anniversary I were highly complimented on i

ured up to the standard. With, the at 8 p. m. Music was furnished I the excellent manner in which they That is our business-and we are doing our best to please'A 1
\: and the best
you give yon service. 1 ''
I increased: facilities which the college by the young ladies' orchestra. i executed! the movements of the drill. :11. Everything we do we warrant cannot be done better 1"

will possess in a few years the The family Album as exhibited by The judges were Capt.T. CV WatU of \lJ1? aajrhere.: ,J.
Mrs. Almira Pease, by Miss Hope this and Capt. Lynch commandant 1j. Everything" we sell we guarantee and protect you U josi V
city, ,
young men and women of Florida will I purchase in every way-in Prices and in Quality.
; have no occasion to go toother states Leitner was'the first on the programand of the East Florida Seminary at :ii
was well rendered. The albumwas I Gainesville.At .
; for an education. They will be en-
abled to pursue their studies in the a little different from the ordinary 8 p. m' occurred the concert of -- .ROBT. T. RADFORD..!

; inrtitution of their own state, provided being about six feet long by vocal and instrumental music, pre-

with all the facilities that any three wide set in an upright position sided over by Miss Janie Brown, In- I

other state institution enjoys. and thd pictures, which were structor in this department. All the II

,. life-sized and taken from real life, selections were well rendered and re- I !

COMMENCEMENT, EXERCISES. acted In pantomime-were disclosed flected credit on the teacher. The m.minm'HHmmiillilli
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by opening the door-like cover. The program was as follows: J!
Brookslde .. MI
The T n
Commencement been unusually discussion giving the history of I Hazel Price. I For

< well attended this year and Chapel each. provoked much merriment. La Grace Co ..... m Ready Easter Ii
Hall has been taxed to its utmost Mis Janie Brown rendered a very Miss Brown and Mr. Whetston

capacity at each of the exercises. enjoyable vocal solo. .Shine on.',Ob Stars-j ong)-**.,". I... Your Easter wants of every kind can be nil here promptly and atis-
Orrie Brown. 11 factorlly. The largest andmo.tbjeanUfnl collection of Millinery we !!
The recitation of Hello Central by
Both teachers and students have ,
en- 1 have
Romanza.__ ,. . f ooI"t ever. presented awaits you.
Miss Lillie BUTIcevas excellent. Responding HH ._
tered into the occasion with commendable Ethel Ives.

enthusiasm and the result to the persistent encores, .Farewell to The Alps____ "-.c. ..a. =: SPRING AND RUMMER HATS 'S j

has been one of the best commence- Miss Burk reappeared and recited a Essie Wisenbaker., ...
The Violet-Song)_.___.-.rud.r... Together with complete tine of all kinds of first-class Millinery M
= short but selection.
ment seasons in the history of the institution. witty pleasure. Out-of-town orders receive prompt

The able president and The farce-The Elevator, was thor- _Corrie_____BrowlLTanhansser _._.._.___w_ I = ;
oughly enjoyed by all present. The Misses Ives and
Pirroug. II
f teachers are to be congratulated on I L. T. FUN K.-
in artistic Brown Eyes Has the Little
stage was arranged an Maiden-.0.j
1 the high,class of work done this year
manner and so as to give the most Lillie Pepper.
by the students in every department. : Starry_Night -_______ .;tr ft j
realistic effects. All of the students :!lHn1iHm.'HinnHifnH '
FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 24. I Ethel Pirrong. 0 _
exhibited their roles
4 participating Zamba.-M. ,. ,
The exercises opened Friday night, with the ease and ,grace of profes- Hisses Price,Brown and Mr. FlcmIng. ,
: May 24, with the declamation con- $
test of the Freshman and Sophomore sionals. Those taking part were I THURSDAY, MAY 30. A . . . -' .
Misses Alice Sanders, Annie Pattillo, ;. The commencement exercises
classes. The following students entered Beatrice Sanders, Mae Robinson and Thursday morning were opened with

t the contest: Miss Lillie Burke Ethel Pirrong Messrs. E. R. Wharton prayer by Rev. Curtis Grubb. The THE FLIGHT OF TIME ,|j
Arts archus Studies Elocution; W. ,
L. T. Pattillo, M. M. Mann, G. following program was then takenup -
: K. Jackson to the Carthaginians
Regulus -
O. Palmer L. W. Morgan, H. P. Bur- :
E J. F. Pixton Leaves a procession of
; Supposed struggling humanity
gin, R. W. Humphreys and W. K. John J. Borger!: __- Lake @ _
----- City
: ,( Speech of John Adams; I. 'B. Simon- Jakson. Industrial Progress XIX Century- iJj" behind. But it doesn't leave :'

s ton, Deathbed of Benedict Arnold The Society Song, by the young ladies Annie Belle Flnley--.____Lake City. us behind. We have too much at stake -< .it
a S. Buie Osceola; D. F. Pattishall was one of the best features of: Value of a Practical Education ilJ1 ', to allow that. We're right up with ".-,

:.. KU-nzi's Address to the Romans. the evenings entertainment. It was Samuel T.Fleming .. = _Archer 'fliJ the times in' every respect. That's yjS

The judges awarded the medals offered well written and excellently rendered Hope Lee Leitner Success_...:_In--Life.-'-Bttuellon '@ why we're pretty nearly the whole .. $

; by Col. L. Harrison to I., B. Si- This was the most popular enter- Opportunities for Girls. .\iii: show in our. line of business. jK

t monton and B. S. Buie. tainment of the week the large hall Merton M. Mann_________Ocala '

The attendance on the occasion and taxed thefr The New SpiriL Goods |
gallery to Dry
; were ut- and
__ Clothing.M.
was large and enthusiasm ran high. most capacity. A. Snowden Miller __.. Lake City .
Achievement in SteeL.
SUNDAY MORNING. TUESDAY MAY 23. Lloyd W. Morgan .... Qtl\l @-, :
: The baccalaureate services Sunday At 2 p. m. the Laboratories and The America of the Future. 'f

morning were according to the Episcopal Foster Hall were inspected by the Tebauh A. Nilson-.____West Palm Beach $ L. Plympton & Co.
of Manual
mode of worship Rt. Rev, public. It is needless to say that al Training. .
G. Oroon Palmer ; ____._.Lake City IlL' a
; Wm. Crane Gray, Bishop of Southern were delighted with the things they Is Aguinaldo a Traitor Apposite Court Houae. iI

Florida, conducted the servicesand saw. The laboratories are completely Lovick T. Pattillo_,._____Osteen
delivered an impressive sermon equipped with modern appliancesand Heroism in Life and ArtJ. :s @ 1
Pearl Price ___
from the words of Acts, Chap. II, apparati and have'all the faCili- Lake City
Influence Through the Past of Lit-
fourth verse: "They were all filled ties for training the students in this erature and Art. ,

with the Holy Ghost and began to department. Fosterllall is well and I.-Ethel Warren._____Lake City

speak in other tongues, as the Spirit furnished and'is The Keys of Lite. I
an excellent -
Burnett H.Waugh i_._ ___Lake City
gave them ,utterance." The exordium dormitory for the young What Was.I*and Shall be. J. D.
to the graduating class was Impressive ladies. Hon. B. H. Palmer was called on by Crabb Says!

and of such a nature to'make The competitive drill in manual of President Yocum to give an accountof I

the more thoughtful realize that arms at 4:30'was watched with inter- the appropriations made to the 8fi The Best is good enough for anybody or say fxj

man needs more than physical and est. All the movements showed the college and he responded 'la a very body's brother, and what a man wants when ft{ I

; intellectual training to fit him for results of careful training. interesting address. tlJ

doing well life's work. God must The feature of the evening was the Paring intervals in the speaking M. t''L he ells for whisky, IS WHISKY, .1

dwell in us to make life really.; effec 17th Annual Debate between the Be- music was rendered by tire Jackson- .' J
tive. ma and Forum societies. The question ville orchestra.The M With Dot burnt Preorlaor sugar and Cincinnatti flavored with swits.prune colore4 juice. I

SUNDAY NIGHT. for debate was: RESOLVED, That graduating class was the largest 4 pmayJlm

On Sunday night occurred the an- combination of capital is more bene- in the history of the college, A Word to the Wise Is ufficient._ U I

niversary of the Young Men's and ficial than detrimental to mankind. numbering fifteen. All the orationsand f

.3 : Young W nen'e Christian Associa- President L. T. Pattillo rapped his essays were excellent Measri. )4() ( () >*i

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.' Mrs. Ben. Murphy, nee Miss Ollie Mason fruit jars at Young's Drug- To Cure a Cold in One Day'

.. Driscol, and her sister, Miss Louise store.
; Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
f ,Most Complete Stock of Murphy, of Braidentown, are visiting Cucumber Pickles in bulk-W,' P.SIIEPPAHD'S lets. All druggists refund the money / n

in the city, guests of Miss Lillian is tbe place.
if it fails to cure. E. W. Groye'ssignature ,
Jprihg and Summer Millinery Borger. Miss Driscol was one of the Alias Josie Brier, who has been off is on each box. 25c. .
graduates of the class of '98. school
attending arrived hums Sat-

? JM i Of any h l.1sen the City now J\ Cadet Capt., Burnett Waugh of B urday. To produce a thorough alterative '"\
: effect, the blood and livermust
Company entertained his companyto kidney
on Display at tJ Any medicine. you 'advertised, "
be ", .;
a lawn party at his hospitable if thoroughly treated. 7" ;

'h; J IISS. H. RILEY home, yesterday evening. Refreshments dles any it.good, Young's Drugstore han store.Mixture acts on a 11._Young's Drug .

of cream and cake were served Mrs. Fannie I I
Fisher of Jacksonville
.D .
Leading and .
Milliner. a general good time was'report-
is the ,
; ed by all present. Fisher.guest of her cousin, Mr. J. A: ...... ..... ..... ....A>. .... ...... ..... ..... ..... ..... ......

Sergeant F. J. McCormack, of battery Paints, oils, glass, putty and varnishes FRESH OCALA LIMEIN

L, first artillery U. S. .A., Ft. in any quantity at Young's
city this week drug store.

recruiting for the cavalry, infantryand .
> Dr. Camp, of Camp Bros., White S. B. THOMPSON.
He is the
artillery. at Edward
: Springs, was in the city this week on
d House and will remain here for about b usiness.n .'y'yy'y---v-'y-...- 'V 'V 'V. ....'(1
ten days. Any boy desiring to joi

:hr >|ls. PARASOLS Parasols the army can call on him there for "7'! Mixture-the greatest blood

.c. ; Information regarding enlistments. Drugstore.Mr.purifier of.the 20th century. Young's KERRY'SYou .

It is reported that the ground
B. G. Sikes of Colprit Ga. is
where the, Parker House stood has '
visiting in the city of his
guest son,
been surveyed for the erection of a k>ow whatyou're
r 'IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS. union depot and that the G. S. & F. Mr. J. M. Sikes. when planting
you plant
J f. which has always favored the pr oFruit! fruit! fruit! If you have any Ferry's Seeds. If yon

ject, has secured the co-operation of to can remember Young's Drugstore buy cheap seeds TOO curt
tie sure. Take no chance*
:(ffihildrenS-25'C to $ I )o. the S. A. Land that these two roads is the place to buy your fruit jars get Ferry Dealers every

I will have the depot built. What the cheap. where leU Ibem. Write
for 1901 Heed Annual- -
Ladies- to S. F. & W. will do we have not heard Try the new remedy for 'costiye- nuuledfree.D.H.FERKTACO..

| )oc $5'.Oo.b but it seems that they Lave not made' ness, Chamb erlain's Stomach and ..

their Liver Tablets. y
plans known. Every box guaran Detroit. Mlck
teed. Price, 25 cents. For sale by

\ Early Horning Blaze. Geo. W. Price,

,'-lr I The people of the city were rudely ----. .- .--- --- -- --- -

m awakened between two and three -

JflS.\ E. YOUNG m'\U e'tl" o'clock Tuesday morning by .the I I

,_,,, \COOds alarm of fire and hurring in the direction (,
Fu tt of the blaze The ( '
", : aSl'dw&tfe.r enormous that : .
.', :\ : was shooting skyward and lightingup ,

5 .:;. ,. the,whole city, discovered it to be $ "Outing Girl"t j "f P

the frame buildings of Mr J. D. Cal- IIJ __

away, on north-east corner cf Marion J

? liSl; News Notes. For a "palate tickler" try Anderson's and Madison street In one of the Will Hat appreciate tor Snag the good aud points Summer of ;, i .o" / j
: shown in our Some 'f
these was the jiostonice and in the j are I I
,J Jams atSHEPPARD'S-they're e l plain enough tor tbe primmest OthI I .
",, the "trick." ,other two was the grocery store of ITS are very smart and stylish. f
y1e !
-! leYisla tore adjourns to-day. Mr. W. A. llutson anti the dental ,

;.?tocejour order for fruit jars with Among those who suffered in the parlors of Dr. L. F.Friuk. I \ ( I
fire, was Mr. J. F. Canova who 105'this MRS. T. N. MILTON ( /
ED.. Street j,; hat samples. Owing to the low pressure from the I

... Scarborough b visiting In theLIK'fiL water works it was some time before Monroe Block. Marion St.
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.eel. .. Miss Lola Gee of Jacksonville is the firemen could get in effective ( j }

.. spending the week with the familyof'Mr. work, but after awhile the required ,
Salary of Jacksonville i$ Ike Brown. '
I was obtained and the firemen
lathe city. pressure .,''''''''' ''''' '' .
; Mrs. II. It. Stoy, arrived in the city : by the dexterous and intelligent .
: lhrrte Hair of Live Oak is attend ,
'. I Tuesday from Madison and is the manipulation of the hose, under the -

.'Ce't> iiaencewent.Rohl guest of the'family of Judge W. M. !. able superintendence of Chief Geo. : ........................ .

'!JOBS of Madison b the I Ives. O. Adicks, succeeded in preventingthe $

Of vn'J.; D. Taylor. 'i Special conference meeting will beheld fire from spreading to the neighboring AT STEIN'S

fJBrtStoj Is spending the week istlathMsyoun I at the Baptist church next Sun- : buildings: which were in im .

; friends. I, day morning. All members are requested minent danger while the fire was at : Special Sale for 30 Days :

flrarite Mott of Jacksonville is the': to be present. Its bight. In fact it was due to the ":
We will reduce prices on everything. We a nice line of ..
trffcis cousin, Osie Fisher. Mr- Geo. G. Keen) who has been residing almost perfect stillness of the atmosphere -

: .If.WnSeM! Smith of High Springs in town for some time, has that the surrounding buildings Lace, Embroidery, insertion and Silk-White Goods Ready .

nj r the week in the city. moved to his old home at Catchall, were not sacrificed to the flame to Wear, and all kinds Latest Style Trimminos. .,;
ten miles in the The Gainey House, just across the -1
inlletbEleming of "rcheripe. county. We call at'tentlon
special the Ladies to our- PATENT LEATHER SUP '{
.. .t of Miss Lillie Bates.r Miss Cora Weldon of High Springs street, was ignited several times bud t PERS. We call special attention of tbe Gentlemen to our CLOTUING. :
; was extinguished each time. we will sell you at ACTUAL COST. We do not expect to b :
M.t'j l and jelly glasses at J. D. who was at college last year, an ;.,
The fire originated over the store ing In future. We will also REDUCE OUR SHOE STOCK and in order to .
's.chewer than elsewhere. Miss Mizelle of Welborn, are the do so will SELL AT COST. We bare the Latest, Nt'1II'ditanJ '
of Mr. W. A. Hutson. The cause i$ lk..tLlne.
guests of Miss Maud Moseley.Mr. .
.d on the 28.diag not known but it is thought to have Mens Shirts and Ladies Waists :
W. F. Dodd returned home
", *. will appear next week. been the work of mice and matches .
}(E.,Lester of Jacksonville Wednesday' morning from DeLand Mr. Callaway is the principal loser. We are Prepared to Save you Money on Ladies and Children Trimmed Hats.M. .

cu5fof- the. family of Mr. J. where he graduated from Stetson It was heavy but we do not know thgures. : = / STEIN.m : I
University with the degree of B. S.
IItrtttJ;" fi The loss in the postom'ceamounted

.-.;'and"lrlJ. Nathan Thomas of Mr. J. J. Finley returned' home" to about 11,000.00 in government ......................,... "

are among Tuesday from Washington, where he and personal property of the ..
the visitors in the ----- -- - .
has a position with the Southern Ex- postmaster. Most of the lock-boxe ... ... -.-- ----
set. .
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Co. He will his vacationin W \ } )
...tk.:Granville pi-ess spend were saved. Mr. Hutson lost 11+OU.00, && .,
Humphreys of p
the city. covered by insurance to the amountof
is visiting in the <.
t sf. city, Hon._E. D. Beggs, member of the 1600.00, in Glens Falls and south
relatives.McLarty 1SI What do You Eat
V I F. A. C. Board of trustees, stopped ern insurance companies, represented
++ f.l
an attractive young over in the city Sunday and Monday by T. R. Hodges. Dr. Frink lost

1.ie f lit'Palatka; is the' guest of Miss !. enroute from Jacksonville to his about $500.00, with no insurance. He Did You Ever Stop to Think of That?

'__ ; otidaaier, home af Pensacola. managed to save a new dental and M tx. ,
Xiii ; Do you know that the markets are flooded with adulter
Wisenbaker of Lake Pal Ie, Coll: L. E. Robinson of Jasper has office chair and a cabinet, but all ated goods of all kinds and that you are liable to eat fs 0
+i.hQdetb :( things you would not like if you are not careful about ;
the guest of Mr else was sacrificed.The l" what "
rented the two story residence of you buy +rtir .
X0.1. Brown of the )! To be sure of getting all She Purest and Best
: burning postoffice oc groceries.
Col. B. II. Palmer north Marionstreet !f
on n we buy only brands that are guaranteed to be piire. We ::--1
= casioned some inconvenience to the buy them from reputable houses and
Jj4Maaj.ua- daughters, Miss- where'he will move his family we cun assure our y
l customers that
*?W art Cecil, of Ocala, are .theflrlLembrlck. ie the near future. public but the postmaster is to be and wholesome.every article bought of us shall be pure It-i<."1

commended for the prbmpt mannerin Free delivery of goods to all parts of the city. V'1
The streets are thronged with people
which he established an office in N DRY GOODS NOTIONS HATS Y
:, NSteUa SHOES,
Beat, a former resident from various parts of the sat
jldaceis new quarters.. The office was readyto M AND GENTS .
the guest of Mrs. attending the commencement exercises

rlsr'X06cleJ this week. and with those from the county handle the mails at noon Tuesday N. B.
,, Mae ToaiI It is now in the rear of the store of MonroeBloc> } LONG & CO.
son of Lakeland isis attending circuit court. ... Lake city, Fia.
the' city of the N. B. Long & Co., Monroe block. lJ Dealers in General Merchandise.DON'T V'""
guest r
'. .fDr, W.F, Yocum. Mrs. J.W.,; Wells, nee Miss Genie The safe was opened Tuesday afternoon U { t'.
.Y loh arin iyson of Bainbridge Leitner, of Duoellon,Tla., is in the and everything was found to be ***WWW* wwwW m !:

city attending commencement exercises in fairly good condition. The books -- .
in ---- -- --
the ..
.isit1Jlc city, the "
rs.J. D. Taylor.guest guest of her sister, Miss were scorched and the paper money .

? Hope Leitner, at Foster Hall. slightly burned. ;
Mrs Ewel Brown of Lake

Gi:, are' spending commence- Hon. J. D. Callaway arrived home ._ __,_uu_ ___ __ ___ j .

th the Tuesday evening from Tallahasseewhere FORGET
family of, Mr. E. Masters Sale.
forward his best efforts
;;..' he put and by virtue ot a final decree In
"'- Y' for the college appropriation. ills UNDER of mortgage, in the Circuit
Ste-tlileftDfondap morning Court ot Columbia county,Florida la favorof THE DOLLAR BAZAAR
k springs work is appreciated by our people. Nat Adam and Robert W. Adams, partner -
to look after the under tbe firm name and style of :
Z hit lare dry estab" Cot W. W. Hampton of Gainesville Adams brothers,complainants; and agalntSmltb
Z goods defendant and the
? Reese : naming: undersigned
_. tbre. E. Reinhart of Jacksonville, B. as Special )Master for this can tie. .
I will offer for sale and will sell at public t
's: Walter,T. Dickson and C. B. Johnson, D. B. .Johnson and Levi outcry to the highest and best bidder for You will find the Greatest Bargains in the County. Summer Y

., OAOf Lee of Jasper, are among the visit !rash at tbe front of the courthouse the Hats, Shoes and Ready-to-wear Clothing for old and young,
Jasper were admit town ot Lake City Fla.,between the lawful
ss.Wedneeday ing attorneys attending court this hours onMonday are marvels for price and quality. Lace Curtains, Window J\
morning to the Shades.Table Cloths and Doilers
to are beauties for the price )
t lair week. July 1st, ,,1.. D., 1901all we ask. We are here to stay and if we don't give you'a tI -,
-_ rgia Borger Skin affections will readily disappear tbe following described real estate twit o- bargain every time, we don't expect to sell you goods. Glare :.
who has been
: "A one-tit interest in all that trac' us call. iNothing '
w.the High School by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel or lot ot land lying and being situate in Ute i
at ArGrial' county of Columbia tate of Floridc, described ..
the past session, arSiturdal. Salve. Lookout for counterfeits.If as follows: Ten acres on the Eastside f
will ot tile Northeast Quarter of the Northeast -
DeWitt's get
.. get you
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?, you Quarter of Section Thirty-five, Town ')
; 18th results. It is the quick and positivecure ship Three Range Seventeen, South and Over One Dollar
tnst., Mr. J. O. for A. R. Wise. East,lying south of the Florida Central and c ,
b9 be his piles. Peninsular Railroad.being a portion of tbr
a. turpentine stillHe tract formerly known as tbe Andre.'s1ract ; .. ,
lt; estimates his loss One of my lady customers says, and derived by J.J.Young by descent' YOURS TO PLEASE, '
5 -" $)..13,000. The "You sell the best milk Fve had since as the property ot said defendant, or si
fire caught much thereof as will be necessary to tbe
ra.tu'aU. I left Canada." And she meant satisfaction of said decree and all costs.
He lost no time, Terms caib. Purchaser to for titles.
pay '
H. /
'tepairing the damage what she said. Try it and you will Lake City, .'la., May 31st. lauLw LAKE CITY.FLA, F. URIE. -

.the plant II! working say its the best you ever used, 13 qtL S. o. FRANK DCFERRO Special IfcuUr

,_may, .,.' or.1 L or 26 pts., 11.00. J. Ro,COMBS. T.B. Ouvea CemplainanU" Souciter.' ,


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, i ECZEMA'S :I __ _, I ORDINANCE NO. II5' |I __
I j! 'TAKES THEM OFF QUICKLY.J 1! Be it ordained by the Mayor and j 1'0' 0 o.- -- --- --- :

ITCH IS TORTURE I t Aldermen of the town of Lake City. ,
t ccnllarlte .A.' eadlall' Sleku*.. h.1
Eczema is caused by au acid burner in the Late Qaeen \'leWela'sT I I Florida: AsfoRtIFor
- the blood coming in contact with the I 1, Fatufly i Sec. 1. It s-balt be r.nlawfui for I,

'. skin and producing great redness and inflammation I t i any jurson, without nJthority. to

; little pustular eruptions form I I It is a peculiarity of the membersof break tap, remove, disturb cr injure 1
and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which the royal family that, howeverhealthy in water-mat orliyJrant 11 1' ) '
" dries and scales off sometimes the skin is any way any Infants and Children.
; anq hearty they have ,. ,
,;i_ hard, dry and fissured. Eczema litany may (>r other appliance or fixture " -
been, yet let them be attackedby
4. form id a tormenting, stubborn disease, serious illness once I' ;-part of any water wurss" system
and the itching and burning! at times are advanced middle |The Kind You Have
within said town.
at' almost unbearable; the acid burning life or old age and the malady r.aick-
humor seems to ooze out and set the Ida ly proves fatal, says London Truth. f I Sec. 2. That it chili he unlaw.'ulfor

on fire. Salves, washes nor other external The queen's father, the duke ,oft I any person; without :authority Always
' applications do any real good, for as Kent, was the strongest among I to cut. break, remove or injure in Bought
long'as the poison rettuius iu the blood strong men, and never had an hour's of the .ttrlegsapb telephone J egeJablePreparationlbrAsPromotesD -
any way any
it will keep the skin irritated. illness in his life, but
j at age of or electric light wires pole, similating tt>QToOdStldldting -
BAD FORM OF TZTTCK. 52 he'died at Sidmouth of a severe thcStomaci'.S andBOW of Bears theSignature
I insulators, lamha, carbons. globes or .
"For three jrrars 1 cold after a few days' illness, which
,.I bad hands fetter which on r-itiMj ny I.I was caused by his sitting with wet other fixtures erected or maintainedas 1 I
, them to swell to twice feet after taking a walk in the rain. a part of any telegraph, telephone '
tl.etrnatualatze.ratt fit-: I( III. electric -.-
r Dfthetimc'bodiIeI George was declared by his or lighting system.

I! was m the form of runnmg : :< ....,... doctor to be likely to lire for several within the corporate limits of the ;': gestio ,C1leerful-

and sore caiuiug, vrry IIIIIDo me -'_L'Eul ., ".... I months, or perhaps years, but town of Lake City. I saM11e5tCODtd1f5lEiUlel'ciunl.Morphine of
much discomfort Four 'Y4 A I within a week he was attacked with Sec. 3. violating ; j nor Mineral
Any person any
I doctor sail the Teller f l\\ some illness of old and died ina
bad progressed too tar ., Cf\. i age of the provisions of this; ordinance : NOT NARCOTIC
to be cured, and they few hours. '
yj ..,
di ,< hall be punched by a fine not exceeding -
. could nothing: fur' n ;1- The duke of York, as strong and. -li
lilt Itwkonlythrre s"' k the of OOIX>, or" im-
sum '
1' >
bottle of & 5 s.a Dd "s a healthy a man as his brother, the !! a'tU1i"SAMllEIJ'1rJII
wascomplcldycllfcl1. -* "'" duk* of Kent, caught a chill while prisonment not exceeding two'( S.J-
This was fifteen years .Wp .. f
'f a,sad I have itever on a visit to the duke of Rutland at months at the discretion of the i+layor. -I .
Race ICeD any niiio of my"old trouhle."- Maa. I! Uelvoir, was seized afterward by illnays. s.lII- InUse
W-&JACKSON. 1414 Mcr st, Kanus city,Mix 1 1So broke I j..I JiM JMtI t:
down all at and
once Passed by Council April 1st, 1901.!
S. S. neutralizes this acid poison, died in three months. c f rllineled ..s
tods the blood and restores it to a healthy, Attest: \V. M. IVES, Clcl k. -
George IV. to live for >
natural state, and the rough, unhealthy I was expected S. L. BERRY, Pres. Pro Tem. Iltmr.f ::
skin becomes soft, smooth and clear. I :years in the early part of 1830, but
Tetter, Ery- : he broke up exactly in- the same Approved April 1st, 1WI. ApetfectRernedyforbtLSGpa-
I i f
his brother. 1'. P. ('oN: Mayor.
Psoriasis, Salt manner as tion,SourStonachDiarrhoca,
ssscures and all skin William 1died in ten days from -"
I I .Convulsions JeverishoessandLossOFSlEEB -
; Worms
due to a pois- hay fever, after having been for 72 It may something of a reversal For Over

of the years a most healthy and vigorousman. of the old adage hut it begins to 1 I!I
blood. Send for our book, and write us .
same thing happenedwith look like those New York reformers
about your case: Our physicians have I i facsimile Signature ofNEW'
made these diseases a life study, and can other members of the familyof are going to fall out yet and let Tammany -( & &
George III. Thirty
help you by their advice; we make no [ get its due.Choice '
forthtsser ice. YORK.
charge Allcorrespondenceis : -- i I'
conducted in strictest confidence. CASTOR: I I i
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA. Beantha The Kind Yon Haffi Always} Bought
Signature #+ #-
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r T\\'entysix Geriuau towns are now of .' always bring high prices.
illuminated with uctjlene gas. :t EXACT COPY OFWRAPPgB.m ,

Ber..n's park-the Tbiergarten G N= ... ; : -
"I To raise them successfully aT""' C4t0N. lIew''" em f
costs the city but $45,000 a )'ear. -TIIF.- -- I -

In Bavaria the crown owns 3.410000: i
acres, one-fifth of tire entire kingdom.. fertilizer containing I II
L0uisuille i & Nasfliille R. R.Runs R. I .
in the _
1I0ch1ionig- burg. Alsace re- ,. I -- --- ---
mains of an early medieval castle, is at least S\!\ ,
to be restored by the kaiser. through cars to pen:>

Germany has to import all her Indian :Mobile mingham and, Nashville Hew Orleans and St., tl\acOla.j Potash should be used. I!I . .C. . . ,! t o_

corn (in 1509, ISO.000,000 bushels Louisville, Cincinnati and Lvans- I I r O h. ..
'i were used), because the cdrn does not villa and to without
Chicago leavingtrain. .
Our books furnish useful information
mature in the German soil.
For: rates, tchsdales and -
In the sixteenth century it was customary sleeping-car reservations write to or i all subjects relating to !
in Germany to get up at five cation I crop raising. They are $20

Q'clot'ldinl' at ten. sup at fire and go sent free. :.
B. H. HOPKINS, Fia. Pass. A rt.I '
4 to led at fight. i "
I 2J6 West BayStreet, j : .
I In the (tcia district, Germany, the SGERJEA. WORKS ":
Jacksonville, Fla. Teachers
Prosoective Teachers
I 93 Nassau Street, _'
wag;s of weavers last summer were New York. O ;
enc! 51.93: to $3.3S per week, with {C. STONE, G. P. A., '
O will find ReviewClas.oes at the Lab :
which n weaver was expected to sup- i Louisville, Ky. I City College. fQ

))ort a family, besides pain govern- : J .
} ment tax and school rates. ; $20 COVERS ALL EXPENSES

One of the remarkable privileges of
the German nobility is that of being A. WILSON except railroad fare. for one term. -
Send for circulars to
divorced by "house law," as it is I :

caKed. The latest instance of the exercise -. -- -- ----. -- -- -
I W. F. YOGUM Lake. Citu Fla.
of this private power was in the. I a ,

case of Princess Louise Augusta of .
SchleswiHo'stein and Prince Aribert I I KodolDyspeps .

of Anhalt. Commoners have still to I
resort'to the ordinary divorce courts, I _:


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g lean the Hare Always} BoagfitOeo. t tfllgllitir8 a ;
r GD # _- : Digests what you eat.It .- r.II -. '

__ ,i iI .. artificially digests the food and aids -1 "
---- -- ----.--- Nature in strengthening and reconstructing II
COt t.
--I Not !
the exhausted
J i1N1ThII' ] digestive or
S. Hacker & somMANUPACTCEERi llIERILa.keCl I gans. It is the latest discovered digest- I
ant and tonic. No other preparationcan PERFECT ( .vr :Jm; iirIS BOSS IU THE KITCHEN. HEALTHFUL MEM. !.
I I tv, :E"la.. approach it in efficiency. It instantly I DAINTILY SEkYED, hAXE "A HEART TO IiEEr ITS FA fE."
relieves and permanently cures Write for Calaio f
Coffins and Caskets all Styles and Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, I C.l to.'Jf wad, fit a Kodeft oniiay,mil 'nit worth brine- '

Prices. Orders Promptly Filled.T Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, I INVESTIGATE

Sick Headache,Gastralgia.Crampsand .
all other results of imperfect digestion. ..- ,

rM1it I small trice50c.andiL size.Book all LargesiiecontalnsSK about dyspepsiamailedtrec C trgt

II Prepared ty E. OeWlTT>A CO.CtJlcClgo. I r t s DWl JIlll.l5'
1 I II .1fWENTS t:

I f ;&t-t '; .t' June of forty pars Expert

re' -* e Morn the'tjamsJconotnize
.4i.GONORRHOEA \ 't"
I \\ in Fuel
$ OP t; e t ,II \\\1\\1J"f'\ : flake Glad the HoLWMldsQuWt'

IIOOIIIh f S S mw h M Olldillg I 1 -GLEET t il 4 1 -
I ''' l ....fUy.......... o..ora. S. lflQdcl.keldl. !
CURE or p oCe ierLesn pen oapate.Wiihty. &d"8011 -
V Otaui U.g.tat}'onigal'aleatuad Tnde-JUrk,'
rASDBuilding -- 1' '
SAFE SURE yore Ftirttt terai ear olered to iirulon{
'I PAlEg! UWTIU 0' II DAU' PUnta I li1lrr iir iffi.O.
SI.OOAT_'" 1 Jeni
.- f S. c.1 t ersrcr a.a eo.... trNwo..w wrC.A.SNOW&COl: r I r. ; wR s: 10 J St1V1iJ.E'TEhA r(. .

martS end for Prices lyrlua j I. For aLe by George W. Price. L I Oph U.&Patent Offia, imKETOII.{ 0.C. -

..-:.--- i 1 1N "IT IS WRITTEN ; 1 ,
1I "National Steel" Kacges are the. "Never had a store to bake M :
best made. evenly and quickly."
I I H.u_
PIUCE, 3tobeta..- KilS.ELLEN Tn+as.Ha+>Ana

"Abundance of hot water always k. ,
furnislied. L u In 3pears tonsekeeping, t
I! W. .EE GHTI ST. datksvate. P had a stove so pleasing."
.i. After Rw.].a S.WP NaS'*
one year's hard service, _
l in perfect condition." g "I am sure there is none sgpe1iFArlcrio ."
'I OMHAH SCHOOL? XashvSte. 1 ]. T.ABEABS, Soprialal .
I "Not Oile-! alr the fuel required water WortoK A I i

I formerly._" L "The National the best ranfeUiTBOS :;
4 *:
o a aa Have never seen one. I would > a J.CPSIM,Hidt.r ,
S I exchange it for." "Takes less wood and less time.:'

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S T RA'= Costs :._' -- w33ofswS4otew1-VJosephSimmons -'-' 7s 17e -.t: 1 20 A.F t I
west 53 feettnence south Jessie .1lcNL.,_ eJf of sw4 of sw!,. 4 711 17e _1. -1 'O 8 a
: 330 feet thence west 58 Unknown ______ _____ nel.. of De-__... .- .. ... 8 7s 17e _. 4C 129 r
,.:r feet south'233 feet, to Unknown ...:.........__. sw34 of ne .____..- _... ..-. 8 78 17e 4V a 129 .
point of beginning fn Ben McNlsh.-"is of nw4 of awls-:=..:. __ 9 7s lie 3 11 i
": se!' of IIWI'. .h-'h. 3d 17e 1 356 Unknown -------.-;.--- nw 4of nw!..-.-......-.L. a 78 17e 129 1
y-_t_._. .. w3_ of lot '17inl sei/of nw>i 3d 7e I RobertCoxe....__ -swt'of swi'.....__:... :..'", 9 7s He 1 go V .
wn-. .... lots 11,12. 19,1 "and 13 In se} -. eP 169 RH Preston._._' .___._ se34 of.lw 711 17e 1 29 .
,." ; of nwl' i .4'29 3a 7e7e Unknown... ___\\._.... [ w34 of ... : .
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:!e'f'r.A, -____ sea .DW 4"--h'_ :29 30t 69 '. sw 34-... 7s 17e'o 2 48V2 M I t
wa_".........- '11I'4 of lot 17 In seta' of nwt' 29i '38 7e7e ;I 169 130 \ Born_...__..:_..__ se3.of 8eJi. 7s lTe 4( I 29 S 8 e
Brigadier.---- lock L in awl of'nw.'J.11. 3s 4 263 Rhoda Sullivan_._.____ ne3a of ne. r 711 17e 4( 2 18
aG ,?.4... :'-- -i acres In southwest corner J -Dl. Burkett.____--.._ ss of nw3'.------------------I- 7s 17e ,.. !J: 2' 18 .
: :p of ns of nwjj of 'se'l -. 31 3i lie .2 31 "'\ J 'u....rn.........."'..__,.. 1f". 7s 17e '.4(, 1 29 ..,
.. all. of sea of SB' 'lfr Joseph mnz-------- ot 711 17eIt
.non.. ?-*" --- as : nw34 nw, 2 111 0 '
i outside of corporation of Solomo Wright-.____ }3 of nw3 : jli l'Ie ; 8 3 42 Was made by the'
'.", Lake City.--; .--?.._ 31 3d 17e 8 236 tABradshaw.-..-----.- thirty ,acres pro- ....
1ouall'of. swJiof .sw>4. as lies / of sw4 mo t ers of high prices"
outside of corporation of of sw34 and sw of se! 7s lie' Ii)( 6 03
r' ..' ... Lake City..------.0). as lie 8 0 '-176 _Heirs of' Mrll.A Go11le ne-third undivided Inter when they came witheof -
.n n- -.- ._..9"? 100 acres in southw s t est in le 4_u__ .19 7s in the
'. : '.i : corner of 8e.>4*'of sw>r.__ 3' 3d lie 9"-1 .3.M and 6J; of ne4 and seta of! range of- .IV..
LGt4*;JoneattpVJoneiV-..--' lot No. 6, 200 feet northeast o ..4.' ill'.: .of nets. I. .
;I>'f;' ,' south and west less i< of.n w1 4-u.------- iJ?) 7s 17e i-i' 2 rR "The 'Eaglc I Eye ;,
'.It ;: acre in southeast corner 33 3d 17e t -1 69 R H Pre6ton"f', ''' n}% of ne34 of awls .al1d wi:ll,,,, .
._tu.u,....-'.-- 1 2 acres in southwest corn of"D..J4.u: --. 7s lie. III 248
':. '. ', er of nej( of nej bounded .0' Tilden'R Wakely_;.__ Iou No M9 and 560 on Geor I _
: east by lands of Led- ria line------------------ 2n 18e 195-.5(( 4 10 .
= : with Reese, north by G C F .DlcKhaua_,......- sw3; aDd n3' of se!4___....._ '8 28 18e 2-if"" 4 2i)
f'.' S & F Railroad, west bv C F (cKh un.___.-___ all------i-----__:__. _.,,____ J'2 2s 1St6Ir 12 OR .
yS' west boundary line o'f C F..hlcKbaunse4 of nw14 and w3si of 0 t/ s
said 16, south 8 38 lSe I"
.. :t by public .4.--------- 2'9 -
-"l' ''_ .road.-? 311 7e7e 1:1 3.i9 J A-Atwood.-__. G A Smith n, Agt-ne,4 of
,--_..- lob 3 and 4 in-Snowden', ne34-.....-.:....-_..::.. Jl 3s 18e. 4t 1 29
:4-,, ., survey of nwj 4'' of ne)4 Unknown. u_.-'....;..___ nw3a of nw4 and tie}. of
;," less }4 acre in ns of t nw4 and n3 'of, .e'...... 14s l8e If). 397
e .. n e/4-.u." __ -.. -..;.. 38 5 ;i '480 Unknown u.._..____ swJ; of 5 -is IBt 4t 1 !9 j
S VS i Ana Caiman.'RoMnsori .-,, I acre in a square boundednorth ,. 4 of nwa--------------------5 4s iRe .-S .2,4R V _
.;;.- .., by the lot of Aron I 4 ot 41i 18e -it 1 29 Of E' 's
e Brown east by 33 feet, of 2 4s 18e 8t 2 79 ,
'; : t street in lot 3, Dorcbesburveyof of ne ;... ........_;:.__ 19 4s IRe 81 34') Clothing Man Mr
: <.,, n'. of nei..? '13 3s lje .1. 319 !! of nei-------=..': 21is IRe r 4D 2 -i3 .
-,---.._ _).acres in ne f4of. n w+3-4 .I' f se.4' less two ac.re8o FUtch'S Prices /
.I-. bounded north by Isaac ," tn 80uthwestcorDer_=_ __ 23 fs 18t' 3\ 2 36 are
:) Robinson south by G W acres off west side of "Sweeping the Field"ne4
-'fr- Waidron east by K II 3 of nw34 and nw3 i of V '

;j .:: ,> Hall_". ,- ...,. -_ ---- 33 3s He 388n ] Unknown---------------s' nwJ.i--I: 4s 1Re (j 270 with the speed. of-
iaic Johnson""r ,..,..-. one square beginning one ; of a3; and nw34 of aw34.. =5 4s IRe ID' 3 6-i
# >#-. acre north of southeast. !" __u.--____:.,----.....z'r 4s llie 16" 4 72 The
corner 0- nwJ4 of nw'4 five In block 171n town Lightning, Express
I I ____ .
.' '" bounded south by acre of Hagen----------; 36') --
'. now owned by 'Edw /d one In block 18 In' town .
: V'V andGettrudeJobnson3a 17e 1 ,255 of HageD.--_.___._._ '69 ;
lGtrind'Johnson 1 acre in southeast corner of .. 4 of se!..---_ ... _. _._ 3.4 4s 18e (I' 2s t It -
Vi.5.;. .' > -r- nw'.." of ,'i.----h.' 3s 17e 1 155 ohw.4'-..:..__, __._._ 35 oJi IRe 4t"J 206 I .. -
.'1,"Q Jitr.;; _' s},! of a 3 acre lot Iwunfled \ ; of nw34 of se'5. 4s IBe 2( S7 .--,- ,
_'. '.._ __ 4s ISe -- -
''r. : i north by lands of George = sw3. : (j : ,
hl-: {Washington e by Robert J D Smith.- --_---.- eOf&W4 and nw3; of lIe-i -I 58 ISe IJ 364 -
VVV"-r, Jones south by G W Unknown._ __ ____ _. aw3iof .swy--- .-_.. -- ...:.-. If' 58 ISe 4t 150 And he "IS MAKING -
.. r Waidron, west by Arthur Unlcnown:_----.o--- w.ofnw .and Ji of s wt429 lizi 18e 161 3-i7 ,
? """ Griffin in ne4 of L & T Co of e.'! of sW!:i and swJ.; of 1 5s ISe iii 2 73 SPECIAL RUNS In '- ':

,, ._ V nw4.: :_ 'c-l.-- S '13 3s17f. tl. 301 E'la nel'and of and n'iofn '4 SUMMER CLOT H !
swi .
rill Vusie._...... begin at southwest corner ; ;; of nw,4.-7 31 6s 18e IlK: -i fO -
:: east 70 north E T Holmes_ lot thlrty.three except one- ;
." run yards ;
...,;' .P5 : south 35 yards to begin. corner of northeast di- : .
i" In nel-i of .._ 31i lie 275 vision il1 town of Lake Sandals I and S h oes.3 -
:; .. _..._. lots.Dlng 5, 6 and.9 in block A t3 City-----.......__--_.__. '3e 23 "
Bendhine addition_._ 17e B W 10tthirtY-BIxeast.half north, ,
;V V 33 38 8-I'IOC' 2 43 .
sown....:.,....._,__.. lots 1,2, 3t, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, east division in town 01 -
11, 12 and 13 in block B Lake City a-----.u. !:1 -I J;;
1 GV Barba lot tlftV-Beven less 100 feet _
J. r Eendhine addition i n
_s f' nw!!of nW 4____"',_JJ.. 3 31i 17e 3 99Ceige'Kirbf oft north end of Borth- ; .

= :. _.... three James acres Gray bounded north west by by east City_division__.u.. _of____Laic___ -=-e- : .I.II.. .:.! '3 56 --,

Riley Lucuy, east by Charles A. lot fifty'nlne northeast division : ...,.-
'_ rS in to town -of La"-E % ;
"" ::'It_ .-.. ne4 George of nwy Washington.l;.______.... 33 38 17e 2 229 City ....____-__..__u.__ t 4s5 .T '
Unknown ... lot =
heirs:. 2 acres east and west by 1 IIlxty.two, north.half'of I
: -
north and south in south- I It' .' northeast division In
*>? -_ 4 east corner of sey4 of town of Lake City__.... .26 1 33 .. ,

/X#tl'fUTfcomas. nets--......-.._____...... 33 3s 7e 146 Heirs of J.F lot twentY-tenD, west.half I :
._,.,.. _. 4 acres in southwest corner ,, or northwest division In ;:.
"* .
\ -** :: 17e town of Lake City.3_ 6 38 .tt
of ne'i'of nw 4 320
.P Rahway L"- lots C, D, G, H, .4'h'3&M. and N S -10t thirty, louth.half' o f 2't, ".,;
.. InnwJiof nw1i _. .n.-U: 38 7eTe : 633 eaittwo-thirdl1.nrthwe t' .
4. .
'. V ,. division In town of 4 } :
jfIEe4aaiu. i in northwest
.of'3 acres co"er.! V
..__. __ CYty --=--- .----. 331 133
-f ofswj ofavrif ; : 35 3i 158 !
&*fitauter. *. ._ of nwj4 less one acre in.southwest ..Silvia... lot thirty: west one-third: .
fc :. JT.V; corner_.....__ 35 3s 17e 39 4 10 northwest division in Tl
town of Lake ___:'.. 331 5 .
fLWaMiof_.._._ eX of swJi and w}; of w3, 11 City 019 Gents Felt and Straw ,::
DI GreeD. lots
..* .of ie!i -.,."____:"__--__- 3ii 3s "e7e 12 473 thkty.four.and: thirty
.Vjj--.-....,...... ae 5/of sea----------- & 3s 40 1 28 t be intovnof, northwest Lake Clty.division.__ <. 3 56 Hats, Mackintosches, -
I WadkiBB-v,..,.... nwa of nw 4 of *wJ4'i .-.--__- 1 4s 7e.7e 10 60 -
Louise lot northwest and the
; d. of nw4 of nwK...r.--- 1 4s 10 60 irty-eigbt; only place to .j"
I "V1"V- division of town of Lake
.__ _ina E Harper sw-4' less 5 acres off southwest : 1 get the Celebratedn
City 268
corner_... .._ 1 4s 17e 150 573
--" -
fcufffefc. '._____- sera'of sw'4 lets 4 acres to R H Fla--------tots fifty. MaJ"est"lc Shalrts--See :
:'. railroadu__...-.__ ,. 4s 17e 36 158 'I. a' ,' .t
'i| *rjer heirs.I .. w33 of e1- of nety-..,-....._- 4 4s Ile 3 08,0' Helruf M lot/town. 826 my line of Gents and

Vff.l" ._... w)2 of ne34 less 15 acres in mae on Ladles Umbrellas and
17e ; 2 63 :, .
-..:-:-"ii. northeast corner--------4 4s w .";.
.- ";.I'-.ou. .,..-- "i)4'of ne!4"of nw,I'..._._: .. -. 4 4s 17e 8682 169 Parasols- -
i'' EchaunL;.,..- neJX of nw>4.....,..,.-.-_.,.-. 9 4s 17e 41 Randall lot 3a
....8uah E Harper... five acres off northeast corn i
.-.;;.. ; '<_ ': 1 er.of nw'i" of nw""._..___ 1. 4s 17e 5 88rss l :I 1 !
.&ruett. heirs two-tifth9lnterlst in I.': of Randall block F } f I' .
'!.' lIw!i .. :_._:____._"._.--.. 17.1i1 lie 32 1 -&9A..NO' Ion .,
: _.-_, .___. ate of set 4'. ..,______..._..-.. 17 48 lie 80 .3 12 City 4 455 V Jf
'_ Aurnett.a.-e k of gel. i---.,-- ...__ 18&s 17e 40 -- 181 Heirs, of C B block I, -' a ):
_Bailud. ...; __ w3, ._._: ______.. ,______---- 19&Ii 17e 337 11 2-1 T S '. r ''
-11F146amsE. --. begin at northeast corner \ : ._ 9B V tW :;i
J.. of > and run south 3K ..
ne 4' B block D,----------------------V- I .-V
.= J yards west 660 yard, -. o.
,. ; : north 352 yards, east 660 City .638 4 = 1
*kfwJMw- yards to beginningsJ .-- 26ii I7e17e 48 298 Luther block D, .
;_. ._.. iW .{ of IWI;_ __:_-.KS-.=.__-. 31 4s 40 1 84Kartham tr .
:..__ nw,. of 14.--J'iof .-.-"-. -ii 7e 40 'I 84 City 2 23 : ,
Bullock ?_. nW> nwl4._ _...,_._ 58 17e 40 129 Louise block D .' .;i
< 'Weiiir.: JIfipb -- !lW>4' of se 4''_ u- 5s He 40 213 1
"!iof se'i'of ne>4ei '----.---. 5s 1 20 1 13 road _. 4 ; J1
.. _. of se'I. _- 58 lie 80 312 Icy, .'
_..... neof net 4 and w3a 58 17eI7e 120 .5 41. ; ... ion ". t ..
V six acres in l-e 6 66 '- City to 333 .
TVlathers er of sea{ of ne ----------5 Louilie block D
,.,.__ w3. ofnw t.,-_"_..':_ 50J 3 42Cotton 0" .

E;.' '. "I .,.,,_ .'[of nYJanq n.1: .... V .__ ._

:- "ij".. .t and and n'iof 8ei of sw4 swj 511 I7e 533 :; .. : "by ti '. .'. ,

".4Iman'I. 2 of self---------...---..'- 1 5s lie 344 ,9' northern division' town % _
iAmniT1' -..- se)4 of nw.J4.,._.___...__.__ 1 58 I7e 213 l .= of Lake City....;.- -.:-- J4 2 64 -- '/ '
jjrVw five acres in southeast corn- : Charles block E.'south-balf'of a lot 4 "3
s .. er of se1! of sw!4"..- -.-.. 13 58 17e 5 96of'Q. .. bounded north by \Vash" :
Caldwell ne3a of se3i--------_..?_---, 16 5s 17 155 street; east ,
*- s nwjfof nw'4..-_--.,-..----_ 19 5s I7e 181 : Sadie Buckman west by 41
; Flagle------. ejj of 8w..,a.--------" 19 "s lie-- 213 lack, hey, In northern Something to' suit-the.
-'Y'r x <_ .. nwJ4' of De.11 and part of: : division In town of Lake i
a8ll: net 4'of nwt'4; 5s 17e T 342 !. City_ _" _" ""-"-."" 1 4 22 most" fad eo us. -

._tt 1 +.....__ :!6}!|' acres off east side of '. Raney Grant---------block. E, onefourth a f r e I also
":4V nw>4 of av 14 and sw1. :4' l> ,' bounded north by WashIngton am bfferirig'
r f ". of nw!4' less 2.'_' acres In <. ." street, east- by special bargains in
3 northwest corner and lot of John Coleman, S}
j. ____..__ 5s lie 104 I 5 93 -- .
ti nw of swY._. : in northern division in Gents SUit Cases--$3 .
r ; T:3';..:.c.. 26 acres in t>outh side of sea V VS -- 'town of.Lake City .___. J4 is '. '
'' .0' 4 of ne!4' and neJX of se}i 2gnw 5s 17e 66 311 Un nown __.__00;__"'_ block E, one-fourth acre of! :... .0." N" your .1
{ "' >4' of nw>i less 10 acres . east aide In northern dl
S '.'_ '1' off east side and 4 acre n,1 vision. In town of Lake opportunity. ,
., ...ji.. k. off south 'd e.._...__--.-. 58 17e 194sw4 qty-- 3 118
::,1 1"'"" '-_ of lIe''--'----6 68 17e 41 2 13 Mi.L .L Hnnter.___.__ lot eightp: YourS for business, ". I
> ;-.,r -....- nw1/: of nw)-&"--_. -...----.. 17 68 17e -213_, 13nwt4 V third of' -----------------V ,' .. -. ,_'
:$n' : -. of ne1.-..',------ .-......--. 31 6s l"e northern '
-"l--... "e'iotseJi..---- ..-....,------ 33( es7s 1 e '128 129 of Lake .1: 83. E S FUTCH ,
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; 10 '-. _CITIZEN-REPORTER: : EstablishedSrowti's 1q7,4I .,.

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I I(; ,. Amt Taxes. I

I NAMlOF.OWNER DESCRIPTION and o Surprise Store .J

.t ,. =- ;- ,? :' S T R A Costs :

t I '- Luey 13adaon:___._ lot Dinetybegin '7",- ,'
' '. t and two-thud feet south T-
:L, -, S"'?. t, .5, of north-w, corner, :- iWINDOW SHADES LAWNS ,.'{t ;
.white Lawns for.. '
': south oo.and two-third ". :. .... Good Felt Sh a a ell.-_____. .---.--...'10e 10en._ .. '.' 7c12k :l' }

1 .'. feet, east 105 feet, north :",.f., Good Linen Shades..*_____... .___25c ._. __ '" -- lOc .. .:...
I e ,s '" 55-andtwo-third feet, ..... ; x. Betterquality-f ..-_......__"' -33c 18c..6u. "- .. .14c '';:;-,.*.-
{; 105 feet. "
west- to begini DRESS GOODS .
'Il I
<' .. '. : t ... '. .
: mglD.Dorthern division of.the latest effects in work
All $
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Island 61
wide Sea .
..., : ;, ..- town of Lake City..___ 75 .....1- '. Good"c grade yard-30 yards for._______*l W I> gOodsood6canl7c Lawns. 5c '._ .>" ::.
'I' {Mariah'J-Iarris_____._ lot ninet -six, southeastj Fruit of the ,loom Bleaebing____' 9<;, lOc and. 12c: Lawns for-------- 9c .::; "
{ ,. .- qurter in nothern dl'ls'I '. .r Fearless Bleaching ,the brand FANS ". .

'I- S fr ion in town of Lab < ., '-., .we. sell "so much of-soft and Yes we're got them from the 2 for ,..-';::
": ... f' ; 'tmooth--- 9c 5c palms, to one for $2 Silk Gauze ".
II'f '.. :. C't y--------------- 1 1<1'9 __-. .>\ Good Lansdale Cambric.-. We :, '
Unknown ___:__:___ lot ninetY:8i, outha ::, ,"" CNDERVEST3 and SHIRTS for men :. ..
I 'of nwllD northern divislAn s." ,. '. BELTS womea_ and children. .i-S'
II' .' in town : : .. find the Styles HOSIERY
i : 9f 4k -5' You will always Latest .

.; City..:.________________ I .12+ 208x r _. are to be found here.. All the Latest Stripes. Dots, etc., :. .

= .Lulu Stevens_______ lot one-hundred. north- ..<::: .. SHEOS AND SLIPPERS the prices are cut to the heart. ',
I Tom,Page, agt east quarter in northern ..,., Men,. Women and Childrens good ._ 1
'.'1"e are overstocked and must close Socks and Stockings 5c .per pair. f'i-
I division town of Lake ; ., them out regardless of coat, if you Our lOc black and tan are match- '

I' / City_-..............__ I 356 : ': j. are looking lor real Bargains bring leas. Our 15c fancy socks are '....
Steen. Robins.__._ lot one-hundred and four, ',..t:. your,feet here-we will fit you. beauties. _
sel in the northern di- .. :, ,

I .J," vision in town of Lab

"\ CftY-------------_____ 1491 .' "We sell goods too cheap to cut samples. But we will cut i

J, HSpP.O.l'i__;_:-_ __ lot one-hl ndre 'and five, '.' prices. Get. our competitors prices: and compare with our, '
8w1 of'swl in northern

-, ; division town of Lab .iv'-:; Prices closer 4 than Hats and Caps/my .;: 1

City------------------ .6} 183 -" they have ever been Brown's' my! what ncbby line :
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heirs of R Speneer lot one-hundred and five, -
i J southeast-quarier. ', .slaved in Lake City. SURPRISE we han All the l'atWe -

.' 'frn division "in town 0 .:. 'ha1& new and est styles, cheaper -
'r Store
Lake City------------- i -155 "
to late stock.. 'Ve. than could "
Unknown __________-Iot -hnndredandeight, up -yon buy
a -: south-half in northern ':._ were forhll ate in picking is t the place them in New York. : : '

:. .- .;.. division I town of ;Lake bargains while in to buy. Goods must ,be seen ; ,.._
City---------- __- ,"__ 6 S8SA ", t
SCott:-___-____ lot one-hundretl'and nine, the .Eastern markets. to be appreciated I :. -,'
.. .. =, sei ill northern divill- Embrodicry one=half what others'chare -Hibbons and Laces
'''?-.;,'', ion in town of Lake i

CitY---------___ ____ 1Jamer3. 6 3 .
Wates. ______ lot -hundroo and fifo -- I 1 '
'. Anjt Taxes I WANTED !]
I' Reliable
:" ; .. teen, lle! in northern ui *
I I'
NAME OF OWNER DESCRIPTION and. Manager of Branch Office we visits
." .
.r, 'J-dr. division town of Lake S, T RR; A Cost I open in this vicinity., If yoirtcat ]
y ," -.' .. ..j "I.1 698 A'Q Halladay____ lot three hundred, and) I is O. K. here is an opportunitj. Daj I
Mrs W A McQuaig__ ) ly give good reference when writist
twenty -seven, except]! '
+ three and three-fourth; r -
i. Offia
111 D5 acres, in southern di-i ; L Illustrated catalogue 4 cu iWit .
Thomas McCoy------lot. vision in town of Lakej' : t. ,"- -
.. City__-________ __- -?.: --l8.75,, 6 73 t i
W. H. Ives Jr.
J Dr. ,
I W \ib1acku lot three hundred and?; :

.-I, ., 1 .', ( twenty-eight, in southern -i+ "j r... i PHYSICIAN AND SURCEQ.1! j
; <,,. i :" ". Lake division City----------in town_.of._'_.:j I I i 653', LAKE CITY FLA. PHONE 118.

Dr.W R Groover. ... block B, two acres inj I I I ....
: .21 9 50 s

Mrs 'L L 'Huntl'r.' ._. of northwest Fort White corner__ ___town_t._! !I ,, i I.[142 J. D. CALLA\VAY, ,,"

\ l ., Mrs Ida Leverett___ block K;; twoand a half : : BROKER :
'f> 11576 acres in the northeast i REAL ESTATE )
r j i I
-I Heirs.. f N Thomas. __ corner of the town of] I 'I' I I INSL'RANCEAGIflLake j
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Fort White__ ----...,..;I :: JI. 4.10... City Rla.TIS .
I "
'of: Unknown _________ block L, south-half f : l .. I : i-
.. .. ... 6.7 141 acres I '
Asa RichaMs_______ cept .one-half" an acrej I R. PARKER
= .,..... off south side in the!! I : 0 t
town of Fort \\l1ite1) i ;2.25 524

... '\ Mrs Id J Williams. __ block 0, in the town. of Attorney At Law

-' 1.2" 169 Fort White_____--____, '.t' t.i i 19$}; 7.30i 1
William __ ___ '
Rafe. Mrs F $ynun _,____ lot .. t 1 1 LAKE ,CITY. .. .FhORiD3..
', /' Fort I i 1 730 "
City----------------------- I
: C F Holland_______ lot ten, in the town"ofForfWhite ", I i ---0-
-- Heirs ofM1t E A 2 850 ."__ :1 E I I 1 i!, 85410 T\R Jk'- NIBLACK. ,
: ------- ;
Smlthsonu_: lot I : PHYSICIAN SURGE &
Unknown ________u lots thirteen; fourteen and 4 I I AND
i '
t i Ii ".. fifteen south of rail ., t t. : Residence Pholll :4L
Headquarters at Wisn Drngsfote D
: + .
... : 56 road in the town of I t. j 1 messages left here mil be
S.. Fort White_______;_,. i 'i'< promptly attended to. ,.
; .Heirs of J_ FBay ___ lot Unknown __ LAKE '. FLOI &'
: --_ __-- lot thirty.- five, fraotion "-1' : CITY -
t i' ::1( I -t '
I in th' of Fort ': t- J
:; \. \
White _____..: 112 13
I ; i 268 --------1. A Bona-Fide Salary.
Unknown __ :. lot thirty-seven, I t! 1
T J EunnlJ.-u.._.._ lot '. nu. ,
... -* $12 Weekly.
in the town of I
: : to: .
: .' ..a. 'Fort ;: ....t '
White __ t stud
1 4
1 Men and
: -- ---- I 10.. women to TaU'I
",' 1 880 Elder Jordon.Unknown .__.__.;_ lot forty-sight .easl-half i ."'rI t I ..;:. for represent local wort.us some tii weekly to AIL'Y-eI !II
in the town of Fort i expenses. Old established b-
W A Niblack;___:__ lot I I i ', pleasant permanent positio&i npI
I|: 494t advancement and increase of

21950' ..____.u_ lot fifty-one, east:half ,pf f' I I. I't f Write at. once.BUTLER Address.ALG._..

, .. '.W A Niblack---. northwest quarter in, ;. dT Dept. Eo NxwfAfLc

the town of Ft White..! j 12*! 1 59 ---- ___--
. ; .- Ida'J Bard_.:___.. lot fifty-two, : I -
455W .
: '. of southwest quarter I DR. E. RIVIERE,
A Niblaek_.__:__ lot ..... i t
: in the town
!i .1-.1White DENTIST,
i '! 'M, ___ ________;____ 1 1-: 12J! 400
:" .89 12 00, Unknown _._.__._._ lot. fifty-two, strip twen- 0'" ., Store.Office: upstairs the rear of J'rIe'.DnI: I
Mrs Bettie Baya____ i LAKE CITY. Fl a
j ty feet wide off south I ,

t side of southwest-quart i I
run south 120 feet west er in the town of Fort i i Jasper Fla. I Lake OSJ.T* \

White ____ 1
---- ------- 73
415 feet..north 120 feet, HH Summers______ lot fifty-two, southhalf'of : ROQERSON fc 5"U..1.-
east 401 feet to begin- .< tCheahdlm southeast-quarter inj j ;I. ATTORXEYS AT ur.
in southern divia _
: ning, the town of Ft White.. i l 12|! 1 59 LAKE CITY AND JASPER ftW1U *-
ion in town of Lake I
.. _..____--_______-. lIS 20 ABroxey.Uuknoyu lot fifty-four twenty feet i: t i I I Federal. do courts.a general Collections practice and la to5Tr7 Stale i iIng.
off west side of. east-I. I : Lake Ctty office: Second Boor i'
S B Tbompson.l.lot three
hundred and I half of : zant Block dist -iri. !
assign nineteen lIortb.half in northwest-quar f i J
ter in the town of Fort .

,, '/1', ..: southern' : division' town .1 i Whig _.. "'<; ; I. .326 HODGES
of 2.70 T.
F i Unknowu '___1_______ Iot threehundred and -----------I-!l lot seventy-six ----------r 1- : -- i 8'
of, I I: Attorney. at Law and
... :
: 'twenty-one in south- .
; in"the .1 "II' licitor in Chancery.NOTARY
town of Fort .; ::
.. ern' division town of- White ______ ___ -. ,j *-- PUBLIC -'
-" Lake City_________..__ 33 182 u"uu : t199 I;
,"' Heirs of ilary-Scott ]lot eighty eight, north- l" ; Special attention given toCommerrSj.1lecUons
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II P .Baya-___ Iot three hundred and : i i and execution w ? .
,. .- Robert Scoot, agt east-quarter in the town 1 1"'. i ,Mortgages and all other Leg1I
\ twenty-three, two acres of ,Fort i' I tapers omceW5Her-
i' 1 59 *
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= off the8 uth 'end. in Unknown = -lots : i; ,I near nando Baptist street Cborel-
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southern division town PHONE No.S4.
White--------------; ;
of Lake City____.____ ;..,2 268"II l vty-three dred and, ; [ f t
PBaya.. "__ __ lot three hundred acid '
z !_ '.M. fi\.c and .. 1 the I f I 2 23 T. B. OLIVER
;"; twenty lob
Calvin-Brown_::----i I block.C, in the town of : 2f -', ATTORNY-AT.LA"
-i.j :;: one, two and three !in i i Fort. White_______, _.. ;I l 4 15- Lacs cirr. ru.
: block 1 and lot 899 in
.i-; : :i"r'' .. .., Unknown nn.'i'three: and a half acres in ,; COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS
> block S" .and. lots ten
.: I 1 the eastern division A SPECIALTY.Office .
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eleven and twelve in : Marion street. stain -.1;
southeast corner in the ; np ..
block 4 T. A. Perrir,building formerly occsP' ,:
Raya surrey, I
southern division town I .town of Fort White____ ... Bit 2 28 Boozer Practice Callaway.in all State Courts,Pf031 .:
lion to all Basines.
; i of Lake City---------_ ,.. 888 C. JONES, drawn and acknowledgement Mortgages-takeLt
r .o
....... Ta Ie Collector, Columbia County, Florida. Jaal-W COLUMBIl MASTER nCBUg COOT" ':'.


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Iished 1814. : THE C1T1Z1N4 PORTERi II. "J1

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Ii < plantSystem. -1 BEATS. THE GOVERNMENT. 1 1beayU THEUNWELCOME !

; 11& t'KAerbl Vaelc tarn U i,

Poetalllert1h sad Does aBl&-

|'.j The-Great Through Car Line From Florida. .
,. '
.ot A Denver (Cot) 'man has entered I j
,_ : into competition with the government I r QUEST
Atlantic Coast
The Line
--\1- tOl via Charleston, Richmond; ando in the delivery of local mail matter.
Washington.' ,
...,:,' >' The Southern Railway, via Savannah, C'.olumbll'and He underbids the government and is
:.\"IiAU JW"J j \\.asnington. carrying sealed drop letters throughout "
'! the city for one cent thus "
< each
You may recoil from him with horror
f f: y The Southern Railway via saving the sender one cent on every but cannot evade him. The .'.' i
:-;., Jessup, Atlanta, Chattanooga you
: Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. letter, says the New York Post. His I ,Imp young and the vigorous, aa well as the

T6;\VestThe'I' Southern via Savannah, Columbia and Ashville.Hr patrons .so far are confined largelyto r old and the feeble, are his prey. He oj

,' Mobile & Ohio It R. via Montgomery. the big mercantile establishments makes no distinction. He is an un- ./;;.

'". and circular advertising concerns in welcome guest in many homes Unlay. "f

:- 'f' "a Savannah and Ocean the city. Rome of these send out He enters the palace of the king with
1 York: Steamship Company for New thousands of letters impudence and makes himself at home ;
\ I Philadelphia and I3o ton. 'drop. every

_.'_.- "t } Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners" Transportation month. It is said in Denver thereis la in too the grand abode for of the him bumble.to enter and No home.none

x Hfl Steamship. Company for Baltimore. no federal law that is violated in
,* so modest that he will pass It by.
"'s;-3 __ --__ u_ thus competing with the office
post Of course, you do not care to enter ';
_ bUfEYWESTl0and
- V Via enlnsula'and Occidental department.' At present the contractor 1 I 1 I 'r tain this guest. You may slam the
: Steamship Co..
d kU.tyANA.. J is operating his service large-j door in his face and bar every window

: ly in.the down-town'section. but is ,, in your house, but he will enter on the

". Tolovascotla, rapidly expanding his business so as wings of the air, by night as well as by

'-'CatltBretOD,} Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship to include the entire city. He has day, leaving'despair. aud death In Ins '.

fJ Ce Ed- Line for Halifax, Hawkesberry and Charlottestown. been delivering by his plan less thana track.
{ '.. n1sJsland. The best thing,for you to do when
.. 0....'. month. He started in singlehanded
he visit is to treat him
; ,',:k"5"'WlDter Tourists Tickets will be on sale throughout the :Northern Eastern' .but the volume of his service baa pays you a
t./1Mtrl ud Soathern State to aU rlorlda Resorts via.Plant System. daring the' season light. Treat him properly and promptly
<, malted to return until May 31st, with liberal stop-over nrtvlieees In Florida' so increased as to enable him to aud he can have no terror for yiHl.Treat .
.\ IZTr J4drts8e8 of parties in the North, lent to the undersigned will feTterallT employ five carriers, and he expects him lightly and with dt'lavalJllhe
information and handsome f '
with .
/agiatt. advertising matter.Infarmauon as soon as the business justifies ic will fasten those lean fingers of hU

':f f. ;, as to Rates, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc..call on or write to to have as many carriers as the local > I ; i I deep down upon some vital organ and

fi C f.M.JOU.T Division Passenger Agent. _. post office. Up to date he makes then you are undone.
o -f "" W.Day Str. Astor Block.Jacksonville. rla. only two deliveries a day. He expects i = Grip is a dreadful disease. It strikes '

,w,&Dl Alb Superintendent a W. Wa!cN,Pass.Traffic MgTSavannah- : deep. J t uncovers every weak spot in
Ga. soon however to provide for
t- : :-: ,Ga.VESTIBUltO Weak mean
.= : three or more deliveries daily and'ultimately your body. lungs may
Consumption. A Blight derangement of the kidneys may mean liright'sDisease.
to render a service equallyas
Heart Trouble is followed by Heart Failure. Every vulnerable
effective as the post office. Unlike -
point is reached by Grip.
SEABOARD the government, he places no restriction Quinine is too slow to cope with Grip. Dou't use it. Discard it at once.

AIRLINE upon the ""n eight or size The issue of Grip is Life or Death, or worse than Death. A once strong man ;

I t Jt.'ITEb of the letters, provided of course with all the life and energy sapped out of him is a pitiful thing. Death U

. his patrons do not try to take advantage better than such an exh nce.JOHNSON'S .
:- INS of him by loading his car TOXIC WILL CUHE GRIP. It wilt cure every
g 1 TR man every woman and every child that will take It It is a Superb Grip Cure.drlvlng
riers down with heavy and
RAILWAY unwieldy every trace of grip poison from the system. U details work quickly etleoilvely. limn
{ D ., matter. He delivers for one cent let- at once. In au hour it enters the blood and begins neutralize the Grip 1'oison; within
BLE DAILY SERVICE and beloie the eud of the week ruddycheeci
: ters for which the postal rate would a day It places the victim beyond the point of danger
l' '. healih.
attest the return to perfect
.tr require ten and la cents To facilitate t Those who take the Tonic and depend solely upon It are safe. Those who do not do go
i II
lfA EAST. s41. 66. 3d sorrnERN I ul medicine, and Is M times beiurili.iu
: DIVISION I 3t matters, he has supplied his place their lives In jeopurdy. H la a wonder!
In day thai wblch the stow and uncertain Quinine can not du in
doing a single
,;' r'ifJlii: ,i J Ylllr.--- 49sap\ 1:1Oa.: Lv Jacksonville____ __. .i 9 ioa T Mt p patrons with mail boxes to which ten Quinine day., if at all.
'. lmIUdIu__ Ii 30 a 11 oi: I' __ __ Ar ___ hand. You need it any moment,and when
; ; 'M h Baldwin i III .u a 1It5: pAr his carriers I Keep a bottle of this Tonic always on may
r tereit ,._..._ -. 1. Ui p 10 alp 1I31p "Waldo._ ___,11 15 a'l0 3r p hold keys. One of, the yon want H you want It badly. Men have driven over rough roads for'fi miles to eel U.If .
I .: ..u&atau __.- 1 Jl pilot)p U4a a i Gainesville -._ __.u&ip' ___ chief advantages of the system is the price were 1100.00._none snould consider this too high when compared with the
s '",M hIrfu'_.._ I 0 I pI| ioiai___ ,Cedar Key..____. ..... .1 6jpUiqp ..._..; that it does with the I! good it does. The price Is iN cenlll, and this amount is returned to every.buyer who" out
5 R : J e6 pl2Elai! ___ :Silver Spring__ ___ away stampingof with the Tonic. ,
= ->>9PI.... --- 1i"1 -ai'_'__ Ocala_____ ';;__.:..-. 1 :.1 l' 13 l a letters thus suing time and BUY A BOTTLE OF JOHSSON'3 CHILL AND FEVER TONIC TO.DAY.
TtllGea4.435 pi I' 41 a;..._. WUdwood _.___ _.._ :2lp I 34airk bor. 1..1
. PI1ItI-_........_. ID 87 pi 10 _'_' ". Leesburg___ : Ii:pl I 3U a _.
: ":' ''''';'..- U aril .hl_'_a_ Tavares_. ..I_.. 3 Sip 4 91 a A. B. GIRARDEAU
f lr tIJ......:_ TU al6| --- Orlando___?...__... _i.... ] ii tt P 7SOa&Sp : Stockholders Notice. ,
:Ar Va-,. 4 63 a' 5 35 p;-_ Winter Park,__.lmd !___. l'
'utrull1aCtol1II 45 a, 9 30 5_.?. Dade City.__ _.J.__.. ti p'luea THE annual Stockholders will the
; !YAr Baltimore_....._. _. ,lOWa'USipVrm 1----. -Plant City____j __ : Lumber company heldat SAVANNAH GA.
> [ftIIadd '-..- ilSMplSMa. T.mpa_.___-_____ boupIbWa 33 South Gay M,Baltimore Md. on Tues
t.Ar Torkl ___.-I I Y M: p; 6 M al|_ ..-_ day June 4th,19UL V. W. LONG President .

#f_'I.:! No 08 leaves Jacksonville daily at ,- -- ---- ,- -- A Boston preacher declared that I The trolley has displaced the cablein

':.4-k u.l.l-r' 4:25 Connection p.m. arrives made Fernandina at Fernandina 5K p.m. Applatlon for Permit. he was as good a man when he came New York, where the last cablecar

VfOTICE Or APPLICATION von PERMIT TO out of a saloon as when he came in
:tom with Cumberland Route steamers has made its last trip. What
': ,,: "WESTDI\t.AN.o.-...- a._ L leaving Fernandina 1:30 dally lSELL UgCOBS,WINES AND BEER. Public Only strange part about this is thata
: p.m.
I-- notice is hereby given that R. W.Coxe has
will be like without its
;;: 7.e Jacksonviue__ .__I UI I' 11 05 a except Sunday, arriving Brunswick filed with the Board of county commissioner man usually feels better when com-
'''''.MLaH CltJ..__.-._ 9 13 P 11 111'& 5:00 m.tLeave. of Columbia county Florida, his application cable car nuisance?
-, '__- lllOOpllfJllp p. for the right and a permit to self liquors ing out.
-L..--.":::.t?,to Ita P 1 o:I' Fernandina for Jacksonville wines and beer in Election DistrictNo.
..wir ltosUcello__--.._...,.!1wa slap ..:40'a.m. and .).:40 p.m. 10 of said county and State; that such ---- -- .
1 '':' "l9om3LtvtUe' :...._' I (Oa Arrivals Jacksonville from the application will Le acted on by the said (
JlgatlOlRef_. I Ilia --I at Board of county.commissioners at their .. .
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_... .... North and East No. 27 at 6:30 a.m. held & Jr. "
t111. Lollis. .__I 7 4. .. next regular meeting,which will be on M
:,'!;':'aaahassee..,....-._.__ 100 a S 33 P' No 31 at 6:50 p.m. No 35 at15 p.m. the first Tuesday in June,A. D.. 1901. at 10
.. 4 x+, o'clock in the forenoon of said day and the
r.l'CII1IC-- --- I From the West No 2 at ?:25 No
__ citizen of M
t.lIftr -- a P said Board hereby calls upon any .
_____ 11 :!I P i to 4 at 10:15 a.m. From the South No 44 such Election District who may desire to do '
r.. 'IIoII e-_,.. .....:_ _. ___ S IDa I at 8:00 a.m., No 66at3aa p. m. 1>0. to show cause,if any there be at the said M J H.
k____ N_._ _.__ 1411 a __ next regular meeting ot said Board.why Briggs
such permit shall not be granted to the ap- M
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': ,: plicant. By order of the Board of county
. commissioners ol Columbia county Florida. &
{ Tain No.'44 the Fla and Metropolitan Limited, vestibuled train between This the 6th day of May.A. D.. U01. PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
,: -JtcboDTillc and New York, via Richmond and Washington including draw- [SEAL) M. M SCAHBOBOUGH. Clerk.

:tar roam,dining and observaman. buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonville ----------- --.-
'3s8 Application for Permit. I xl Now located in the Rear end of the Perry Block, on Orange St.
:JU-SlMa and ;Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train, consisting' of day Jcs gx

,:<$Ubes,mail, baggage and express cars between Jacksonville and \Vashinfton 1I.TOTICE OF APPLICATION rOB PERMIT TOSELLLIQUOasWINE9ANDBeEa

","",' ; and Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville and New Y: ork. notice l.' is hereby given that W. M. Pennington : Public- || With a Large Supply of Plumbing Haterial.

-. Steamers for Key West and tlaranna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays,Tuesdays has tiled with the Board of county commissioners -

:- and Thursdays 11:00 p. m. application of for Columbia the right county and a permit Florida to sell his :i ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
So 2 and 1, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. liquors,wines and beer In Election District I
,,Full i form tlon at City Ticket office 202 W. Bay street. Telephone 260. No. 10.of Mid county and State; that such ( M
-- application will be acted on bv the said '
V. E. M'BEE R. E. L. BUNCH'iJ Board of county commissioners at their next .. .
which will be held on the
P Gen'l Sup'tPortsmouth fien. Pass. Agent.Jacksonville first regular Tuesday meeting in June A.D.. 1*)I.at in o'clockIn =;!; v = t

.:" ,::- . Va. the forenoon ot said day. and the said
Fla. Board bereby calls upon any citizen of such .
---- -- -
)fAcOONELL Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent,
-- :+ Election district who may desire to do so to
show if there be. at the said next
cause any
:;;': - regular meeting ot said Board why such LINE.;. 1
'. --1'. "- permit shall not be granted to the appli
cant. By order of the Board of county commissioners ,
This the 6th day of Mav. A. D.. ItXU. '




}I ?!r/; --4 Subject to change without public notice. .. 4 i I ATLANTA,

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I\UlJ1I I I IC_ ST A'lIOXS. I Firer

'yn-et ". 'p CHATTANOOGA,
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.Of&,1I1.11I16a"fA 1' ...... ... ... ... ...:...:. 2"81' in 2 52 a 111 "ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY,

........ ... ieminadillas.., H'...-. .. 2 25 p iu 231am I
.' ;ttiIMht 4.i\&JIl', 140",1.1 1: pr1i: \r...........Conlele.......... ...Ar:: ono p m 2 15 a m I And all Points East and WtsL
fN..Uwdel'a.--. .. ....... 2 081> iuI. 2 15 m

., {:IBlam r.1iI YOtl.p.Gl.M.I\,111 ............A libiirn. .. .......... ... .: .Ap m 13.'Jlm
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) .... .,...Tifion..M."" AFFORDS
'ii3ant lOa lit .g JII'.111.301(1I 1'ir...........'liit: 'ii>.,,,. ... ..,.....*' 12 35 p m 12 5,5am CJ:: NO OTHER LINESERVICE LIKE THIS. t)

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fl.l..V .. 11 51 a ni 1211" in
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....HO&.1 4161)pint U.i..V r.;! .V"rJI; a'r t ,......:... .:: lOa ui 11 35 p pin m I ial'Ilc : THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, r'
.4.. TRAC
Ill 5 05 .... 10 OS a iu 10 31 1> m ei N. C.
:'* .. ........ Jasper ......... .... I Via Savaanah and Charlotte
** i 6fttp in : ... ............ 9 32 a in 1003p in
Qraaa.; 6 K p mKTfrpm ?.,......White Springs. 9 (.!U iufl50a 9 40 m ,
,-** Ar........ ; .......... "..I* p THE UNITED STATES FAST i
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Lsk5Cifv. ... .Ar .: m p
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..... BALKE .
sIiI" 1 7 pip m LV ..... ..... 7 50 a m 800'111I Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
Itia m 8:511111 ...... .Sa11lI'ionCity.
7 37 an1 1521' irt
-?1tMalit; 8 371> i- ...........Hampton..,........... : 6 40 AND FLORIDA LIMITED |
'Wale ad5pin .Ar..........Pitlatba.... ..........:.I 0 25 a m_ p iuOAISESYILLE. I THE CINCINNATI ,

<" FLA. LIVE OAK I! Via Jciup. t tI

,,,-g45gw.= LV...,.. .LakeCity'.... .....Ar 8 50 a in : p nt THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,
Tlpw 755p m ,
.. 740am .
Team +U. ..Samjwon City. !
DSSpw .Iv 045 a m 7 OOa m I Via Jelup.I .
s ib a m a :!QJlIU 1Ar........:.. Gainesville.-==---

KOBTH BOUND SCHEDULES.VU WHISKEY Through Vestlbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room

Maeoa.C fit 0 Rr. N C St I.Rv. IH (Vnt R R antI connects Sleeping Cart, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Car.

:.hUm a.'plll ,. .....'.lJ>ke uty' .......:.,"Ar 6 20 a m l120am 7 W P m SOFTENED BY ACE.
Lv I 135 m830p
..., ,. .Mucon.'""",'. p Cars between Jacksonville and Cincinnati 0.
:-t" 4 Irt. ir.ISam ? .'it' m253pm 'l50au I Through Pullman Sleeping
ttapwsi .. .Anai>ta .. . ... LAND OP THE Ii.u
.. ... "THE
r SOSalll via AshevUle N.C. and Knoxville, through
: ,
I o9s 111' 1001'[ iu 1. ., ........( .. <'IJIt......... ..l v\.910pm 900pm Awarded Gold Medal et Atlanta Exposition. i
i .......... '
am' 6 ..N j
".. nap. 7 M 10.p m iu r.v.. .........1St"hLovllt". ... .........Lr gilpm-$1Gumr Is 'the best and. purest Through Trains-vU Southern Railway an BOW Operated
..I VlllLvi tb p in Ill 00 It m Jacksonville.
,4oitm TOiam Ar. .... .. .'HESS!. r TT. ... : 00 p m _.......... I _In Connection with the Plant System from
__ !J\I.... N ill* m ... ......... ; .. ? _. __ RyeVhiskey sold J. '
Sale! leas 1 to SapL 30,1900'

: i'file tO time show Iran s do not him through sleeper I between St Loal9Mh). in the' South. '

tots Kni.f and d thflJu:1e: flyrr sleeping I car an I lox rata,Mhtdalei,and Information;call on or addrtu
1.ek.onvilk. .'1.. vi.Valdwta. and through parlor hi Unioo Dpot Ma nretmn W. T. COSBY X. P. A., ..
... "laID snd .Ialkl. n on tor the reception o[ a.M-aiten until 7;30 a m.aindranuntil be R. R BALKE & CO., Proprietors. til Welt Bay Street,JKCMBTUU..
P ai.n4 h1utlnl... Cnkrnlepot. on .
u. S. A.
\T. A. TTCK,
that time. J.K. CVL!.
C. D. Fist' I ,
C+inELEYdUAV Ajtt'IU- Lake nIT. fl. Men nailtd te oar bead office win U Trait Kauier. s".Pus.'It.. ....053.PaM.441.,

titVie.. Prftidenl. .If-IU BrB i.f I ailed &Ki: our nearest isaUKsi Cbttitatet WaQ1JIatoa,D.C. WaUagtoa.IXC. >Aclaate,G. :
Fla --
A Jacltwavlll ,1.
''CPam Agent 1 .cou.0. I> __ _

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12 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established lid

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TChiEfrt7e ---t-- .
Since the discovery that golf leads rf f K> >e *xI '3 ..> < ? G{ r3 4G ct 34p ,

to appendicitis that disease will probably I

DRIFTJNG. : : I become more,fashionable than Nine tIERBINE -
WARD Bright1 disease. ever. .
diabetes gravel or other 'Tenths

serious kidney or bladder A SUPERB GRIPPE CURE.Johnson's t "F'-"* .Mi"''' i .
disease is what thousands
_ are doing who do not cure. Drives Tonic out every is a superb trace of grippe Grip of Pure Juices from Natural Roo{

know it. You may be one of them. Poison from the system. Does it .s.$

Are you neglecting that backache quick. Within an hour it enters the all the
', t tired-out feeling dizziness or .other blood and begins to neutralize the effects EGULATES tte Liver rSt rnachandB
of kidney disorder ? The
symptom of the Within a day it
symptoms and ,of kidney disease are to places a grip poison.victim beyond the pointof PeopleSuffer e l Cieatices the System, Purifies L\eB1 l

many peculiar-baffling even danger. Within a week ruddy

doctors.Here is and test cheeks attest return of perfect ttRES [M.aaaa! BmD! niisS
a simple sure health. Price 50c if it cures. Ask for ; COflstip

which any one may try : Johnson'o Chill and Fever: Tonic. U Weak Mart! and impaired Bifi
Set aside a bottle ol mine lor twelve hours.It Take nothing else.19Oiwarily from a .
3 ,
a sediment or settling occurs it is a cure

sign of kidney Kidney disease.Foley's .Cure is absolutely Notice Sheriff's Sale. Diseased J f ', Eden!BfiJie[ Caarala13 i t cii WM.I; *

guaranteed. You run no risk See : < .
the Under an execution Issued by the clerk of Price CO -'
that you get Foley's, guaranteed Liver Cents. "
Fla.. ( :
the Circuit Court of Columbia county. .
cure. aeainst Eliza Sims, I have levied upon and
will sell at public outcry at the front of the J TrcpsKd by JAMtS F. BAUARD St taaf/(.. :
;1 BANNER SALVE heals ill hurts but Cupid's wounds. court house In Lane Citv. Fla.; to the j "
..t highest bidder for cash on Monday.June 3. ** > *Etfl'rTti i clrltl'1l3 +>> >> '';
t 19ol, between the lawlul hours the followIng -
land situate and being in said Colum- -
Sold by Geo. W. Price.BUIE'S bia county one-acre, to-wit: lot One-acre in section of Y9-land township described -- Sold by Geo. W. Price. -

3. range 17 S. and E.: in town of Late
City. Fla.. bounded north by P. A. L. rail-
road right of way, east by land of J. F. Ap- -
pell south by land of J. a Evans, and west -
- -- -- --- ------------------ -
Duke much : YJf-TfT..TGYT TT:; SAW Mill. by land of estate of W. M. ; or so
thereof as will be necessary to satisfy said -
execution with cost Purchaser to for
title. W.'N. CC&K. I BI
I Four Miles West of Lake City. Sheriff Columbia County,Fra.: .
Lake City,Fla.,May 2, IMiL Ther c

I First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part --- Offers to both -!!;
---- ---
l 1 ,. of the City on short notice.. AddressS. Florida cation along the lines of
Masters Sale. !

P. BUIE, LAKE CITY, FLA. T>Y virtue of a final decree of foreclosure I Modern Thought and flubs! IScientific.
; D of mortgage, rendered by the Judge of
I the Circuit Court in and lor Columbia -AgriculturalCollege. .-. Literary, Mffltarraj ;
county. Florida_ in Chancery sitting. the of the National menu. Mat f
March aub. uui in case
P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR- Mutual Building and Loan Assoc.ation,of 'complete outfit of apparatus ) pfl I
New York a corporation, against W A. lenses reduced' to a tninfma '
i Niblack. Leslie Niblack, and Ludie Niblack,
T BUILDERS I 1 will, onMomlty Short-hand, Telegraphy, Bo.t
keeping, taught Fn z 1
: June 3rd., A. D., 1901, Send for a New Catalogue to !

'-.J during the legal hours of sale, at the court f
...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... house door in Lake City Florida. sell at iii : \v f". YOCUM, Pres
public auction to the highest bidder for LJ
described in Lake City, fis
A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES. said cash,mortgage the following as all real those estate certain lots or \
i parcels of land known on the map or plat
CALL ON ME BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR, THIS KIND OF WORK. ot the town ot Lake city. Florida as Lou t
I each. bounded &> follows: North by Lot. ___,___ ___ n ._ n .. .
f\f T fiv At
> MrsLouisa
,-nnnn-- - -'" .Masters Ea. land.
South ;j"oi'w---i: .
Cathey by l -
WHITE'S CREAM Niblack; West by lands of estate of Emily
WORMS !, Barnett the Eastern Extension of the
VERMIFUGE: said town; or as much thereof as is necessary -
to fully satlst) said decree.
.... ,..,..,.. $.aii w QW llIiIJ"; BeujQllAiitJ. Purchases to pay for titles.O. .
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.- : For 20 Years Has Led 1fYiCrmRamedies.y! Solicitor. R.t PARKER.r in <.-banCtry8OOZK.t .
i GILI EN. for_Complu
MOr.Z 221T .ALL ZJItTTGrCaISTSrwparoa : .
i>7----4tJA JAtYIES F. BALLARD St. Louis.www Mail lderscPxLgki
/ *rfw www/v w -
Sold by Geo. W. Price. Third Judicial Circuit Court of Florida.
Columbia county: In Chancery.

-- I,: Solomie Smith 1Wi
I I vs. I Bill for Divorce.
', Joshua Smith t. s

Nashville Giiauanoooa & St. Louis Ry. I IT HAVING been made to appear by the the
i affidavit of R. T. Boozer,one ot council Prom tiyFiLIe '-
- ( -AND- 1 for complainant. above entitled suit,that lr
: I the residence of the defendant. Joshua
1 1 Smith is unknown to complainant and her
y -I* Western and Atlantic R. R. solicitors; that there is no person in said
State the service of a subpoena upon whom ,
': "Battlefields Line"Through would bind defendant and that said defendant n __
_ is over the age of twenty-one years. It
is,therefore,ordered that said defendant.
.1 sleepers to Chattanooga Nashville, and St Louis connecting in Joshua Smith be and he Is hereby required '
to to the bill of complaint, herein
union depots for Louisville, Cincinnatti Chicago Memphisand filed appear on the 3rd day of June, WOl: and that Lake Citg BottliJ!
all points:! West and North-west. this order be published once each week for
eight consecutive weeks. prior to said I
C. K. Heaves, G. P. A., Atlanta,Ga. T. M. DOYLE. F. P. A.. Jacksonville, Fla. 3rd day ot June in the CITIZEN-REPORTER, l lI j' -
a newspaper published in said county :
t' GompBnDEAUK
-- Witness my hand and seal, this a+th day .
March, A. D., IWL!

" Fire Storm Tornado and Cyclone Insurance. [SEA"] M. M.Clerk SCARBOROUGH.Circuit Court. )

State of Florida. I 1'Yi "
Columbia county i ,
BEST AMERICAN AND FOREIGN INSURANCE; I, M. M. Scarborough clerk of circuit t
court. for said count?, do hereby -certit
COMPANIES REPP.ESE TED""" that the above and foregoing is a true copy Cool Drinks Fruits Vega
ot the original order 01 publication oa Ilk ,
Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. and of record in my office.Witness 1 r. -a
my band and seal this 28th day of
Office: U -itairs in Vinzant Block. March. 1901. M. M SCARBOROUGH, bles Tobaccos Cigar
[SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court ,

Chalker & Small Agts.Carriage Notice Sheriffs Sale. \\-a1 ih Nuts- Raisins, Arp .

UNDER nit 01 *xepution issued And Fine Candies.
li . . . out >.'
of (he Circuit <\>nrt of the Third Judicial l!
Circuit of Florula in and for I'olumliii
, O (Conniv; in favor <>f John V. Brown an. MANUFACTURERS AND BOTTLERS OP .

Maker and UndertakerCoffins against S. S. KeeneI rave levied upon Soda Water. Sarsaparilla, Strawberry Ginger
an.) nil! offer for sale mid sell to the highest -
O and Caskets bidder:cor casli.at the lnor of the'ollrt Seltzer Cider. ltc. -1-
always on hand at reasonable pricePrompt
attention to CALLS Day or Nigbc. Telegrapbic orders promptly al- 0 liunso. the town ol Lake Citv, K'ntulalietureii Geo. J. Davis .
tended to. the liuursol lloMifk a. m find Manager
2 o'l'lof k the first
t : I :
: Monday June 3rd, A. D., 1901All ;

{ ; & the following d'rihl..llan,1s lying and g -

Q being Mtnale. in inl Ciiiuiiilna 'iVinniy.
Florida to witrimNWJf of XWJX am 1
0 the SEi. cof the SW St't'. :6. It :S. and B. : SUMMER HEAT
SEi! of the x.!, w. 27 'If'. 2. I:' 178- and _
", O K 121) a' res. i-Iof SW'{ lee. T d! R.
; 175 and K 40 ac're*. N4 and Xj, of ov The thermometer will Soon be climbing to the Sum ,
and SV:}i ol :,EJ4 S-w a T p 3 R 17 S'am mer heat mark. You will soon be wishing you could
K 5n: a('res. l">ts No 7.7 a.nil M (joint of contrive to get along without that awfully but range.
J beginning at Ilie Norlli"?st corner of LiSS. / C. cau. ..!,
..runs East 431 fppf, M.nlli! iar feet WIt .
LyF 2ln feet. North NSfeel. \Vesi 210 fwt Noiih TRY LAMES
'I).feet to iKKiiiiuiig.:: S\V Dnision Lake : BLUEtFlm.e F -i iO

OI My, 70 arr...'. totJU: bji X\V Division
LaheCitv: *4 <>t an acre, bit 4; XVvuioi m: Blue mkes an Meal teat for cooklng--qllick.
Like .'i.y j-ne acre. IJLI6i: fra<:lion convenu It >nt and T nonlitalWe have Stove y want
N\V Di.ion IIf Lake costs but little and Is great labor sating device. '
Pity 3; of an aorc AU blzes-wltb
F/ilCH E>f Northern ;i\isuii of Lake City or without cooking utensiU 'I

i X of a" BertAs the |>idi>ctli.f 11.*13.lendtnt i
I Buggies and Wagons for sale and Built to Order. General Repair. N. S. Keciier MI o-mh th'rM .
specialty All work guaranteed Carriage material for sale, aim as will be ncwaary u the I'nli.raNion of i
agent tor Marble Monuments and Grave Stones.
I r Said eiccutiiin in (ll.c sum of f2 O8 20 and
I all C1J.liI. rtrllll'jl
J. A.
#FIST3FR, Purchasers in nay fur title <
118-117 HAMILTON STR.. LAKE CITY, FLA. \\'. .v. roxn. < Try You ?San
MK>nrT'x>I"mlia County, Klurula
Lake Cit\."'la.. May 2, 1901LOVERS -
. . can
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aaaaourna: ; iSo ; azana OW:,a..w> OWw aai. OF f FRESH( MEATS( ; -- :
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: D IT''FRUl'r! Dwtflptiw *.* Wustrated Catala4.s f .Will find all they require <

Telto-_ i at the Shop of I r- 'J I .=

'' PROFITHlgh'Oride What Plant How to Crow *.< Mir-. I
s kct tie Great Colson & RiversMarket I 1
I __ -Money ftUkinj Fruits ol the Soutiii ... < YOUtll. Have Better Meals, and the Cook a Better TfIDpU j

> peaches, Pears,. Ploma, Persimmon, : ,corner Marlon and .
Trees NutTrecs, ,Gripes, Figs, &1s.Q.ud other Hamilton streets,opposite. /N, I ware carry and the most complexline of Crockery Qlleenl- ,1
J. E. Tin-ware
YOllng'lIlItore. in the city. Just YOIl >
I Oranges oa dims Trifoliau Stock Or a- prices the 10wei3 what want-
Low Prlr-M, maw Trees, Roses and e er1tlu.1'I. eke ;, < considering quality of gOOds. :
grove, orchard *garden., Address

i ..fATALOOUE FRE ... The Orilf Bros. Co., i delivered be found in, here.any part Meats of I <| TIll-ROotiAfl'and Guuertno a Sp6id1tV. ,J

1 _K_rlel ad Test Groanl at-_ .... POMONA NURSERIES the city. We deliver late t tg.
the for
I. Maceunnj Fla.' ""Jacksonville, .. .& FIa- i mornings evening use next .I.-..:. ::=:::: J. D. STREETY.t .'-

>agMMgggM<#4rei M M4M''M r 229p 911Irll., LET US FILL YOUR ORDERS . . f. '!



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