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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: August 2, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Columbia County citizen and Florida tobacco plant
Preceded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1885)
Succeeded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1919)

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CllUrH.EiUk. 18861}iig.24,1900 LAKE CITY FLA., FRIDAY AUGUST 2. 1901. Vol. XXVII. No. 38

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gAROUNA RUPTURE. .
ability and
much
personal populari-i THE QROP.SITUATION. ; the winter wheat is. safe and fine. IMPORTANT APPOINTMENTS.Under .
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ty. has! the
e conflict between the support citizens support of many The corn crop has gone off sadly in
of South Carolina who havealways We believe thete is no reason for some districts, but the whole will a recent act'of the Legislature ?
: Mcpolicy
fought Tillman and will adopt panic over the crop ,situation. _
i no | furnish abundance and America has providing relief for tbeSupr me
*;thc. )einocratic ranks oftr1nni almost any expedient and follow almost America as usual, will grow enoughfor no cause to feel anxious while she Court,"the court justices appointed a,

any candidate in the hope of home consumption anJ'have maintains her business position as Saturday the following three commissioners X.

'Ik state Democratic executives defeating that man who has 'dominated much to sell her :neeJy nei'hbjrs.,! j. the granary of dvllizat :.-Times- to assist them in their du-

s night by a rote of 25 the politics of the state so The demand from abroad will make Union and Citizen. ties. i

a resolution declaring long. 'r, our wheat and corn rule high but Hon. W. A. Mocker of Ocala,Judgeof =
r The action of the who Annual Encampment(1. A. R.
Democratic com- will envy the American agricul
jfcsator McLaurin has ignored the Fifth circuit; lion. E. C. laxi
r ptional Democratic platform mittee will strike many persons, turists'? France will need about The.Plant System has announcedvery well of Pensacola Judge of the First T. -

even some who are opposed to Mc-' eighty million bushels of wheat unless low rates to Cleveland Ohio
(presented hU state and the Circuit Hon. James F. Glennof''am-
tic constituency who elected Laurin, as unjustly proscriptive I she reduce her consumption in- and return on account of the annual pa. .

} / They believe that Senator Mc' stead of buying. Tunis and Algiers encampment of the Grand Army of Gov. Jennings made the following

|(MDfflittet* also declared that Laurin should have had an oppor- L produce no surplus to help her, and the Republic, which will be in session appointments;: Saturday: ;

|festaaJpointof honesty and tunity to appeal,to the democrats of there is already an upward,tendency there from Sept. 10 to 14, Tickets To be members the Capitol Improvement .

tct be should tender his un- his state, and that by them at ,their in her prices.;; Hungary, will have will be sold on Sept. 7,8, fl, 10 and 11; Commission-Hon. H. J. "

[ resignation immediately." prlmarie" 'he sbouU have been eithercbndem ten million bushels less than last with final return limit Sept. 16,' but Drane of Lakeland, Hon. WiH'am:

r UcLaurin U thus ruled out nf..7tgflJfccd.Now e 'j ear. In February ;iseveral Russianprovinces by depositing the ticket with the Blount of Pensacola, Hon. C. M. ''

tWfflOcratlc party, of South that he'e read him out were- alreadY'.sulTeringfrom -- joint agent at Cleveland, tin or before -I B-own.of Ocala.

h It fgular t on tituted of the party; Senator: McLiurin's, Odessacome unfavorable reports Sept. 15, and on payment of fee.1 j To.be Adjutlnt.:',eneral of Flv

*He will, therefore not be only.appeal is to the people. .for the neighboring provinces.The of 50 cents, an extexsion ot there- ida-.J. Clifford R. Foster of St. Au-

A'A' candidate in thejtlc We have no doubt that a great ma summer has been excessively turn limit up to and including Oct. 8 gubtine, vice W. A. MacWilliams,

primaries and his only jority of the white people of South hot and dry in Siberia. The South may be secured. The rate from I'resigned. :. :

-eb to appeal to the people as Carolina are against him and that he Russian crop is hardly up to the average Jacksonville will li",-i.M, and propor- Alonzo Church ('room of Brooks-

ident candidate. will he defeated, but it is not improbable and cannot supply deficiencies portionately low rates, which is less,I. ville, to be Comptroller of the state,

!q'.111 do so is pot to be that the action of the Dem- I j elsewhere. ? than one fare for the round trip, vice lion.'m.II.Reynolds,deceased. -
ocratic state conrittee On our government figures the will be made from other points. See
has
Un4-a not time in South done him : Alcmzo Church Croom, the new

I politics may be* expected. more good than harm.Morning If spring wheat might suffer a reduction agents, or write F. M. Jolly, division Comptroller, was born in Gadsden '
of I() per cent, and still leave us passenger agent, Jacksonville. R.
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r McLaorin is a man of some News. County, Florida,in 1S16 His parents a'
a crop as large as we ever had, fore \\. Wrenn, passenger traffic manager hvas'
removed to Leon County, and fii
Savannah.
educated the West Florida Seminary -
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I In cases of cough or croup :give the I at Tallahassee. He erved with, a

,r little one One Minute 'ough Cure' distinction as an officer-in the Con-

Then rest easy and have no fear. federate.army at Pensacola, and at r ,

The child will be all right in'a little the Natural Bridge fight, several ..i ?

while. It never fails. Pleasant to jean before he attained his, majoriI' :
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? -IBUNCLESIND I take, always safe, sure and almost ty. After the war be engaged in
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instantaneous in effect. A. R. Wise. 1
in Leon and
f farming Jfferson.Coun- -
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His Scale of Prices. ties, and later became ,a promicent:
a f I orange grower in Hernando County,
An Oklahoma editor, who is a deep
where he now resides. .
thinker, has fixed a table of rates. for ;4
Fora number of he has at
I publishing things, "not as they I years
Ijr {different times filled the positions of
: BOILS seem," says the Jefferson, (Texas.) :
County Surveyor, County Commissioner
Jimplecute. as follows: "For callinga
and chairman of the Demo- Y.
man a successful citizen, when ev-'
cratic. county executive committee. F-
eryone knows he is lazier than a government 1
He was from Hernando'
a delegate
" mule, 13: ..b; referring to a
' I County to the Democratic State -
STMPTOMS OF BAD BLOOD deceased citizen as one who is sin- convention .
held at Pensacola in 1x81,
I ; cerely mourned by the entire community
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' ,). I and placed Hon S. Pasco's name in
.t These is a popular belief that every boil is worth I when he knows he will only be I i o nination for Governor in a speech'-
missed by the poker circles, $L[X+
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nay times its weight in gold, and the. sufferer referring to some gallivanting female J I' which attracted considerable atten-

Jitatfly,,even cheerfully, endures the pain under the as an estimable lady whom it is tion.

> token idea'' that these little tormentors are healthmoteii a pleasure to meet, when every : lIon. \V. A. Hocker of Ocala is a
native of Virginia, and while still a
. ; that they thin the blood when too Jhick business man In town had rather see
: young man, came to Florida to prat'M;
;jdckaase and cool it when?too hot or too rich. On the devil coming, hoofs, horns and, tice law, having been in this
all, than to see her coming towards ;" state
accfflgrary, boils and carbuncles are evidence of blood ever since. lie was formerly a resident :
them $3.19
: calling an ordinary pul-
or a condition of that fluid. tY of Leesburg, and served.several
:fi .I fearfully depraved pit rounder an eminent divine, !l0''I _y.
' ** pay:be.no external evidence of bad blood until rff cents; sending a tough sinner to : times as a member of the Legislature. ,
: ,/ If 1Iftt;, 1\ Afterward*he moved to Ocala, and r .
otwm. days of spring set in motion the sluggish < II" heaven with poetry, *5.' I has been for a number of years t Y ;e e i

BWtK>a and the pent-up Impurities, unable to escape ,h'the ASTOUNDED THE EDITOR. I Judge of the Fitth Judicial Circuit.

w h natural outlets, gather near the surface of Hon. E. C. Maxwell of Pensacola is

. j tie tkiii and a Carbuncle or a Boil is the result. When the blood is burdened with antlmorilitof Editor S. A. Brown, of Bennetts- a native Floridian, and son of the -
rifle S. C.
was once immensely sur
; ,this impure matter, the Boils come in greater number, eat deeper into the prised. "Thrgugh long suffering Hon. Augustus E. Maxwell, who was '-

.wing| flesh, and, being nearly always located on a bed of nerves, cause the most from dyspepsia," he writes, *'my a before member the Congress from this state .. .-
war, was afterwards
:*mse suffering. Robust and apparently healthy people are subject to Boils, and there is wife was greatly run down. She had circuit judge, and subsequently Chief a 4-

fps some hidden agency at work within the blood and system that will eventually no strength or vigor and suffered Justice of the Supreme Court.

-fie the health, but those whose constitutions are broken down by previous sickness she great tried distress Electric from her Bitters stomach which, but Judge Maxwell. Judge Maxwell, the t -

, ?* **causes, are most often the unhappy victims of Boils and Carbuncles. Exposure to helped her at once, and, after using newly-appointed commissioner, has

,fie deadly malaria destroys the red corpuscles and reduces the blood to such a weak and four bottles, she is entirely well and I been for a number of years Judge: of

,:*"y,condition: that it succumbs to the boil-producing poisons, and the pale and sallow can eat anything. It's a grand tonic I( the Hon.First Circuit.'. ',
and its gentle laxitive qualities are James 1 Glenn of Tampa is a 4
:4MI1&ous CARBUNCLES. i sufferer is continually nursBANEn1L BOILS. splendid for torpid liver, for indigestion .!I I native of Scotland, and studied fats ,=
. IL I. ing one or more of these loss of appetite, stomach and I' Marianna in the office of f
I.flloot resident of Hazel- Mr. R. X. Pratt, Cave, 8. 0., says: Jin I Judge '
.ta, .,ri'-II M8. S. 8. cured feverish and painful eruptions. "For twenty years I was afflicted with liver troubles it's a guaranteed cure. I Carter, Justice of the Supreme
ta rt_acl. on my neck boils and carbuncles, part of the time Only SOc at Ceo W. Price, druggist.
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w.tess had been unable to A harmless Boil is being enable,to work or Bleep. Savaial ------ Court. Subsequently he removed to a
\....a ksiL b loon a. I b"aa sometimes the of doctors treated me and I tried numerous Are You Going Away this Summer? Jacksonville, and was in the office of .
L'
I was relieved of pun precursor blood remedies, but received no I I
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benefit. During the summer of 1888 I R. 11 Liggett and was afterward, .
CUb1U1Cle got 8IIUralF dreaded Cancer and too' If so you will consult your own interests _
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.."1i A 1.1 cigar, Sound and waa persuaded to try S. S. S. A few for a short time associated with C.
sad evidence of bottles cured me entirely and I have by calling on or addressing i I
often the best
;-...-..- ..1t..1well today score 0101.through" a had no return of these painful- peata." the undersigned for summer excursion -|:. D. Rinehart. He moved from that

bi.::: deranged condition of theE' rates to mountain, lake and seaside city about two years ago: locating at

chronic} liver trouble, brought on by lack of nutritious blood; or it may develop} resorts. Attention is directedto .Tampa, where he is now associated

-iJ. ling abscess or ugly eating sore, causing years of suffering, and often terminating reduction in summer tourist rates I II with Hugh MacFarlane in the practice '

; 1fo seek relief from the inflammation and pain produced by these terrifying erup- I to Virginia, and Atlantic toast re* of law.
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:-s Hugh[ the application of local remedies is natural and right, but this method of I sorts, and to the fact that touiist ,recently lIon. J.Judge Clifford of R.the Foster City was Court until of :+

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Gent does not prevent others coming, or bring the slightest relief to the disease-burdened, ; rates are authorized to WashingtonBaltimore St. Augustine, and is captain of the _
: Philadelphia, New York, i
Pf Poisohed blood. building of the depreciated : Augustine Rirics. He has
Only a thorough regeneration and up :Providence, and Boston, by rail to! always

. can.bTtg bout a lasting cure of Carbuncles and Boils ad prevent theIr re ppea ance.iL.'i' Norfolk, thence ua Steamship, in',' taken a lively interest in the affairs

\ S J'estores to tIle old blood all its lost propertIes, re-m\1goratIng and giving It the 1: addition to rates t via Savannah and I of the Florida State Troops.. "

l led color that only pure, fresh blood can have, and through this new blood strength Steamship. Folders, sailings, and)II

'10 and vigor comes to the bodily organs; the skin resumes its. I sleeping car arrangements furnished to'j' General Debility
character taken promptly., Cheap excursion rates !
and of whatever are
functions impurities I Buffalo by all rail, through Wa 1iiug-i Day ia and out.tbfcre Is that feeling MweaVue&s
Y: and filtered out of the system in nature's way. that rakes a burden of itself.
up I ton, Louisville or Cincinnati or via i
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made exclusively of roots and herbs selected Fwd does not strengthen.
t. S. S. S. is Savannah or Norfolk, and Steamship -

} for their wonderful purifying ani tonic properties. It cures through New York City., J. O.HARBIS fek-ip dues not Jtfrt=h.
I It is lard to do, hard to bear, what
blood poison diseases of all kinds,whether acute or chronic Agt., Lake City._ F. M.JOLLY should be easy,-vitality is ou the ebb and

No matter how long the poison may have been in the blood, D. P. A., Jacksonville. B. W.WKENS the whole sytttcm Eoftera.
l- For bid wuditiooHood's Ute
Passenger Traffic Manager,
, !. Wes every vestige of it thus insuring a faultless cIrculatIOn and healthy body. Savannah. i

'1"* ulcers asked to write ....., Sarsaparilla
se old are our
\ subject to boils or any skin eruption, sores or -----
advIce wanted will be AeTORIB.Beantts ; IL v Utilizes the blood gives vigor and toner
,_ > all.about their disease, and any information or cheerfully f flu Kff>d Yoe Hate Nwats Bawd to all the orxttiia end functions, and is
whatever. A valuable book on Blood positively unequalled<< for all run-docu or '..t
p fly the patient '
,given without any cost to Bhutan 1; 7P- debilitated conditions.
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"Common Sense"i waiter The waiter must give his Democratic put of South (.'.m- ""-11,
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undivided attention to Astor; though Una doesn't think Senator MrLaurin' In every town

t Is the motto of the modem woman. I I I customarily he waits on four tablesat Heart is a good enough; Democrat to rep- and '

The thick soled shoe and the rainy day the same time. The poorwaiter, resent that state in the United villagemaybehai! : i

skirt are witnesses to the wise application when he learned that his' irascible ; and has called on him
enate,
States
of the motto in matters of dress; i
client was one of the wealthiest men .
But there is no to res>ign- It seems that Senator 'fJ the ,
Pain
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w.orld. cried out: ;i' Vhy., he j .
common sense fa Tillman was largely instrumental in rTiAjd'
. i never spends more than two -dollars I
neglecting woman- I l I for a meal and he regularly gives mea influencing the committee to take -

or-is 15-cent tip." this Will McLiurin gratifythe < .1
I I : I I't course. frr. Ica
<{(< with other medi-I j'I Astor's morning dish is broiled i are. Nature's- wlrninenotes of i 1 committee and Senator Tillmanby r .. \

tines when it is a I trout, with green caper sauce. In the ( from forwarding his resignation to the
disj j
, ( matter of commonl.nowlcdgctha.t I'I|I evening he omen takes squash and approaching danger a safe '
to
? It as
' { governor i* pretty
{ l Dr. t green peas. For dessert he invariably eased heart.. If you would \
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Pierce's Favorite I I t sume that be rill not. Not l inn-! ago
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takes ice cream. lie never touches avoid diseases
or
Prescription makes debilitating undertook: 11 rid of
Mr. Tillman get
rlweak i fruit. _Astor's (onldrink is a Scotch Elllisa.
r and womenstrong' sick i| hi hball.' lIe always takes two and i even sudden death from this of McLaurin by: agreeing to resign if Greul
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i ty women Veil. It sometimes three or four, before going ] hidden trouble pay.heed to the j jI the latter woalu. Their resignations -

establishes regularity to bed. One is brought by his early warnings. Strengthen theheart's i < were forward to the jjinvri or

dries enfee- valet the first thing when he awakes 1 its who declined to'Lept.: them unle- that makes
bling drains, heals muscles quiet nerv- j i lOur

inflammation and MISSING LINK OF PLANTS. ous irritation and regulate its 1 jattion they were stripped of the conditioi.sattached a::;3ra hoes
them. It seemed that
ulceration and to
t with that of all z
cures female weak- Harvard UspUrer Will Sail am Jam greatest j neither Tillman nor McLvirin was

ness. : IB for Margarita I.Iaad to heart remediesDr.. Miles' I Ii ; ,soan.x'ois to leave the senate as to __L._ __ .
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It is not common I .Search far It. -- -
sense to seek med- jI j Heart Cure. ., i send the governor an unconditional The B.Htonl'fa\"ell'r bints at,bf '

ical advice of those 1 reMgnation. That was thought to will be the great issue in the
I Botanical experts: from Harvard university wo
"Darting pains through
my
j : who are when not physicians Dr.- will go Margarita island, off | heart, left side and arm would II have practically ended the resignation national campaign when it ajs'..,.

l Pierce, not only a the coast of Venezuela,in search 9f the j be followed by smothering, heart business, but to it seems riJof McLlUrin''without that 'ITU- "F.ver since the advent to the prea ?

doctor, but a missing link of the vegetable world, spasms and fainting. Dr. man proposes reigning get himjelf. Doubt- dency of William McKinley anitit '

specialist i nth e i according to a statement made the 1 i! Heart of those Cure troubles.JOHN has entirely t1iJes'I I less this attitude ot the senior sen.itor evident surrender of his it'
me party
treatment and cure other day by Prof. John M. Coulter, of j VANDKNBTJBOH will strike AlcLturin and his trusts and trust promoters, 'th&:?
of diseases of the University of Chicago. In tracingthe j {
i 256 Kewaunee St, Milwaukee Wfc. L friends as very interesting, if not. has been a but '
woman, offers a consultation by letter evolution of plant life scientist \j I IJ 'amusing. steady certaiailli'i-

free. Write to Dr. Pierce, Buffalo,N.V.I both at Chicago and Harvard found .1 I ion of the | e.tonal liberty: at -

; go-to had bed falling every month of internal; bad organ irregular and monthly had to I gap which could be explained only by |J j Dr. Miles' |: LOOK! A STITCH IN TIME working classes and an -etilesE.
of the
period which would sometimes last ten or i the existence of a plant as yet ur.dU- I Ij Saves :nine. IIuT'TttY+ ta :t movement great monopol';. ,
1 twelve days write Mrs. L. Holmes of Cool- covered. ( .intt-d .to secure the suppression of #jlldi
Circumstances to the I''rift''a.di.Fall
spnng-Street fmuntown. Penna. Had alto Heart Cote pleasant), taken i ual righis.''
indigestion so bad that I could not eat anything i probability of finding such a plant on I prevents chi eP..t: ::: g and 1na- _
+. hardly. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and Margarita island, which nextrhas bttn ,I lanai fevers. Actson-Helivertones, h'
Golden Medical Discovery me. I took O.A.STOR.A.f:
I three bottles of the Favorite Prescription'and explored by scientific men. A party of !' controls the heart at ion accel- up the system. Iletter alamel' Idi Yr.1IaI L. jSiglliture :
lean the
of the Golden Medical Discovery. .
\ one i professors and students from Harvard i! and quinine. C"ntainsnarzie'nk. .
For 21 one-cent stamps-to pay ex- under th charge of J. U. Johnson w ill erates the circulation and builds Guaranteed, try it. At rulllsls. #fl-J-#' '

\ pense of mailing only you can get freea I sail for Venezuela on June 15. A por- J up the entire system. Sold by 50c and $1 bottles. aprU'Ol: j r4 .:!-

.. paper covered copy of Dr.: Pierce'sCommon I tion of the material gathered rill go __ ._ -_.
Sense Medical Adviser. The j druggists on a guarantee. -
l book contains 1008 pages. Address Dr. { to the Chicago University museum. t& fJiJiti v@ : fliJij f1ji tjfJi-Wli
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i R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. ; Dr. :Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. I
'i A. II. Davis, Mt. Sterling, la., i ii I m 1aN !

:I write: "I was troubled with kidney \ A dispatch from Nebraska brings Watchmaker Q '
'!complaint for about two yeanbut'I the'information II[ 'f
that a man out
I two one dollar bottles of Fo'ley's Kidney j i Jeweler and
Optician.
there has succeeded in robbing the j a.--
CAUSES A PROTEST. I Cure effected a permanent cure. i, .

I iO. W Price. Standard_ Oil l mpanl' Now, what W 11
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do the Xebra-tkans to do That business-and doin -
propone is our we are *
i i The new Maine was launched right 1Tf, .
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our best to please and give oi
with him? Will elect him to you > '
Pistol Makers in America Aroused !''m the teeth of the Sampaon-Schley they i : the best service. :\.
I, the legislature on an anti-trust II 1 t Everything we do we warrant can"lot
Over German Order. I: slorw.I I : :,, be dune better any*'here* "
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I platform I'I'f rylll 'o"t
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Don't be satisfied with temporary ; in vour purchase ine\.
i WHOOPING COUGH. 1 A protect you i.1:
FOR
I I relief i i IJJI .:: try way-in Pricesjnd in Quality. '!J'fJir
Deelare They Have Weapo Equal from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia -

foreign Firearm-Wat Merit .f I 'ure permanently com |! "Both my children were taken J Graduate pectacl Optician-Scientific's. Musical; Goods.Qttine En.of \1
!I I with whooping cough," Mrs. O. E. .:11: graving a ,
Two PUtoI T.ated-Wkat I. i pletely removes this complaint. It j jI \li Specialty a f yll
German I'latoL I Dutton of Danville, 111. "A small '.
Claimed for : -- E
relieves because it al- i
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I bottle of Foley'i Honey and Tar '
I flow the tired :stomach perfect rest. 1 I cured the cough and saved me a doc 0,4 ROBT. T. RADFORD. i
The decision of the war department '
I(' Dieting won't rest the stomach. tor's bill." (1. \\. Price. F 48.
to purchase, 1,000 automatic pistol of I I trll .
Nature receives supplies from the ; '
German manufacture has aroused a I i I food we eat. The sensible way to I{ Our exports are increasing every m
spirited from the American I I I ,
protest help the stomach is to use Kodol line. South Africa has recently ordered -
makers of a imilar, type of \\upon.1!I I Dyspepsia Cure, which digests what I Ii
I 20,000 of lady The
One company, whose, pistol, was recommended !i you eat and can't help but do you our bugs. VIilltI.uHinr'U.Ill..IHI.iiInnnnn
by army ordnance officers,has :j good. A. 1'. Wise. ;I Katydid and rainfrog trade will look 1ff I
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written the secretary of war that it !I | up soon. I
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has a pistol which is equal to the for- ,,I The (juhernatorialtlgf1t in Georgia i -- i

eign weapon and asks that the device i i! is a contest between colonels-there- | To Pan-American Exposition. I mReady For Easter 'm1.

be submitted to a test in competition i j SEABOARD AIR LINE. j
!I fore, there is no danger of our losing, l|
with the jeruiuii pistol., The practical i j The rates from Lake City to the '!
j prestige down this way. ; 14HM Your Easter wants of every kind can be fill here promptly and satin HJ
adoption of the foreign pistol U: a result i j, ; Pan-American Exposition at Buffalos i tactorily. The largest and most beautiful collection of Millinery Jfj

of a row between the ordnance of-i I i TIIEIU SECRET IS OUT. !! New York, are lt.10, limited to Nov. 1 MM... nays ever presented awaits you. {LLlt
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ncers and member of the board of ordnance i j' 3rd, returning: and $l'.8, limited to i '
I and fortification. The former :> All Sadievillc, Ky., was curious to 15 days returning. For any informa- SPRING AND SUMMER HATS

favor the American pistol and the lat- .,, learn the cause of the vast improve tion apply to any agent on line or A. l
I O. MacDonnell G. P. A.. Jackson-i Together with a line f
HHKH complete > all kinds of first-class Minincry
'ter headed Gen. Miles favor the in of S. '
by ment the health Mrs. 1' .
ville, Fla. t awaits >' )ur pleasure. Out-ot-towa orders receive prompt attention. j i
German pistol. I i: Whittaker, who had for a long time -- -- I = if

j The latter, it isclaimediscapableof {i endured untold suffering from a | The whole country will it Z MRS. L. T. FUNK., t
discharging 116 bullets a minute at a i assem-I I E
: chronic bronchial trouble. "It is all j people of Missouri when they
high initial velocity, but the makers I ,
due to Dr. King's New Discovery," : hIt; on the appointed day to pray for ;| k
the American pistol, claim for it equal l
writes her huiband.It completely rain. ttili HlilliHiUliHiiiHiUiU'ftinh.iliw
or superior points of merit. The German I
t cured her and also cured our little ..
weapon U named for iu inventor, grand daughter of a severe attack i j You K What You are Taking i i .
I George Luger, a former officer in the of whooping cough." It positively'' i

Austrian army,and is made by roe German I cures cough's colds, la grippe, bron- !1 Chill When Tonic you take because Grove's the formula Tasteless is """ :..
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i arms and ammunition factory chitis, all throat and lung troubles
== and the guaranteed bottles 50c and ll.OU. I j plainly printed on every bottle show- !i
Xatiouale of
Fabrique "
Military
i 1'rialljttles free at. Geo. W. Price's ing that it is simply iron and quinine i THE I
Arms in Belgium. This concern has : in a tasteless form. No cure no pay. j NEWEST SHIRT- WAISTS
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manufactured about 5,000,000 Mauser '! 50 cents. 1 1j
r rifles for European nations, and has j I The corn gamblers are still keep- i -- .-- I II ttf3-s "

also brought out several t}pes of automatic 1 s, ing up the price of that article, but I i It is to be hoped" that the negro j 'fIi1 show diagonal direction of the fabric from the 'J1.:

pistols. i somebody: \\ill be hurt hen the in- j: bankers who are increasing in num- ;to.",. shoulders to the lower front. This effect is secured with :,

v H. Tauscher, a representative of thecompany ,! evitable drop comes. |i ber and importance will manage the WI out cutting:: the fabric bias. Our lady patrons can see .i.

said that the new pistol was --- '- colored tliJ pictures of these styles in our Paper Pattern Department ,
the result of ten)'rars'experiment. j A CURE FOR (CHOLERA- | brother's money more bonI j ..to.: as the August OELIXE.\TORjust received contains ej!

I "We brought out the liorchardt, the I 'AXTU I.I i ii I estly than did the white men who ) several illustrations this newest effect. Another style!
( got rich out of the Freedman's Lu- i (f of shirt-waist is that called the "Grecian Pouch," in J
iUu.er the'tanLlicher
I and the "Last May, Mrs. Curtis Baker j j
Berg- I i I says : which the front is very long, and by being caught up in at
: maim," said Mr. Tausi-htr. "All governments i I i i of llookwalter, Ohio, "an infant j jI reau. : 1!.i! the"belt produces the pouch effect. .\0tliJ ,f<

r sought an improvement on i I i child of our neighbor was sufferingfrom YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED, I II PATTERNS
OF d
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ALL DESCRII'TIOXS.Dry i
the revolver, which became practically I
cholera infantum. The doctor: : I

useless had after been the fired.cartridges The first in govern-the cylinder had given up all hopes of recovery.I .; At Panama, Columbia, by Chamberlain's '' Goods and Clothing. HtliJ

took a bottle of Chamberlain'sColic Colic, Cholera and Dial'I
ment to change was the "'isli. j f
"At a test which they instituted in Cholera and Diarrhoea ncra- ; rhoea Remedy. j

1896, the ton'hardthich employed I|i edy to the house, telling them that Dr. Chas. U. Utter, a prominent I i 11 M. L. Plympton & Co. .ti

the 'link system' of feeding from the 'i'I I felt sure it would do good if used physician of Panama, Columbia, in a I II Ii Ij tf

magazine was deemed superior.' This | according to direction In two I recent letter states: Lat March I 1 Opposite Court House. a
is the Mbtnu that has ", h..nnalue in i.days' time the child had fully recovered I
the Maxim I and is now (nearly a | had as a patient a young lady six- ''''' U
said is yearsince 'S'pPPP d
used =
gun now in ) jJ .
many P ?! ; ; ;t=! ;pif;' ?1"p
arms. The Swiss ordnance officer* j ) a vigorous, healthy girl. 'Ihan. | teen years of age, who had a very j -- iI

asked for a smaller arm than the IJor- rdcotnmended this remedy fre- i bad attack of dysentery. Everyj .""1.1.1441 .1. 11' '11''111........ .. s. i
quently and have never known it to for : "1.1.1' ''' """''''' '''''''''"".. ... ,
chardt thing prescribed her '
and j proved ineffectual 'i"
George Luger, the inventor ,, fail in a single instance.1 For sale ; ; j 1
of the Mannlieher rifle set to work ,: by G. \V. Price, druggist. and she was growing worse + a ad

to reconstruct the link system. Switzerland --. i! every hour. Her parents were sure | -TO STRETCH DOLLflR\ \ II S I;

I marie! a test in lt>!98, and in 189d t; A new star was discovered about :: she would die. She had become so :

their Luger military pistol"ASTOR commission adopted the ;; the time Tillman read McLaurin out !| weak that she could not urn over in ;\ I liIUflKLiLGQLflS.FflR.AS1QSS1BLE,. ,$

j i jof i the Democratic .party, though | bed. What to do at this critical ;: I j
LEADS LONELY Tillman does not believe in omens. I! moment for : I We have a plan of our own for doing tbi1I' s to P78me c
a
LIFE. was study me, but I J Largest Possible Value for It Our old customers y9
thought of Chamberlain' Colic, i If "edotbatand..laYWllbus.'cin'lb' you to tn os and I, r'
Daily Rtmtiae of he MtUioMir, : Cholera and Diarrhu-a llemedy and prove It to your -

Who !. >ow'St."ia. la ; as"a lasa resort prescribed it. The +i RING II

...*/., I most Within wonderful eight hours result the was was effected.feeling I i i The Largest Stock of GOODSIn !,

William t Always lcreah.Alwgys much better: iusiue of three days I J every Department 1\1' have ever hau are & _
Wtldorf Astor has been 1 she her feet and Dress Goods w-SUplawl Novelty, fabrics with ,
was upon at the end I TriiastiaP'i
the Bat.SEEDS. t :
) Match.
Belts. ;
pending time at Paris in as lonely of J Parasols Neckwear rw if,
one jM-ck was entirely well. For Ladies and Ueuts SummeL .
Furnishings lor and
a fashion as if he had not friend I' Sprint 'I'
: a sale by G. \V. Price druggist. '
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excursion among the Touraine historical
castles: proposed for his acceptance A .A. A A. A. .4. -* A A A i I That means a whole lot t.buyrr.f Sb.ieit men;tlut
wecau supply you with !obu..t a kind ana qualit that "j
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11 as a permanent residence. Mr. I cannot besura.sed in anT 1'aD..nloA" 'In a'ba- i
FRESH OCALA LIME I means that II i" the best material and l.- I
Aster rises at 11 a. m. and soon takesa Lor com Im atio.n ot j ff
that can be Put into itTo agent 1 tIr
lie ex.lusive
:short stroll, looking aimlessly into I are sold evt whete.lYl.l I I these shoes means a leader in trade oi all kindsThat's us. ,
,1 IN ANY QUAXTITV FOR SALE BY
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the shop windows. He invariably area nruat rr.oe.I. Il

lunches at one o'clock at the Elysee ...FEAT i CI.,0TttIT,11ttiM. S. B. TI1o wsON. Ii l ##1 Near PboneXo.4.t. J. E. Inman & Co. '"

Palace hotel. He insists upon always I y 'I'

having the same .table....and. ; the same i i ..'"-""'"'- ,, ,',,'''''''''''''' ''''''"...."........... ... .
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"tion of its value Is doing ore thanany j'FIQHTtNa! BOB" ',n SANTIAGO.' BEEF D MILK. |[i .-- ;
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; other one thing to develop the ,

)uled i live stock; industry of the .
state The i is I
Bermuda fields of .In the storm of indignation causedby ; The Atlanta Journal contained an : LOSING _2

lIs"lsiPVirill Mat.lay's scandalous: chapter i i, article in a recent: issue on the relat '
boon rival the famous blue | \
'" gions of Kentucky.: brass" 1 t- naval history and the use of his false :,t tire dinjrirof bad beef and impure FLESH 83Fij

i and libi luus boots! the ; milk Inch commend the! ;
: by governmentin we to attention summer can be prevented
.tto;; k'at, tongue A like opinion) of the value of Bermuda -< fin
your Jl
the naval school an inferior feature : of our readers: taking TI -

fcfcoated t.;have_ baditema ; agricultural grass has scientists been given by many I of the anti-Schley: conspiracy : The wayfaring man may easily detect : Scott's Emulsion- <

t'1you a It has received has passed almost without notice. It ; tie la :k \virtue in beef: it requires -
mouth a still better endorsement I Its as beneficial In summer I -
your every by i-< a matter so shameless that it an expert to detect the vices
the farmers of i In winter. If you are weak or
appetite Georgia
owningYour : and the might be best to let it alone, but iU which lurk in milk. A piece of India run down.It will build you up.
and food distresses other southern states to this1! '
jy'poor which meanness U so ineffable that it ruLh'r or s..le leather beef will re-f Send for free sample. '
have i once despised: and dreaded J SCOTT& BOWNE,Chemists,
you.You j has !1I .
; grass ought not to escape mention. In oneof ; veal its true character to the touch 4o9-N5 J'car1ljttut"w York. :Jsae. <
frequent headaches and brought immense benefits. What we .and|i.oo; all druggists. I _
: I the popular publications for July and, in cases of extreme depravity,
"- Your lin our ignorance ....
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often dizzy. re arded .as a.i. -
ire Admiral noble}' D. Evans had an article '! to the eye. :
stomach is weak and : curse not very long ago, we now'ret --
on the subject of -The Most But Julmilk is one of the most insidious : ::
oguize>I one of the bless-1
I 'y-out"bowels are always greatest "
I Glorious Fourth of July in History. foes of mankind. Purt-
ings that has betallen \"e thousand Chicagoans
constipated. our country. I It was a false and absurd description It may wear a fair and tascinating bathed in
.,:There's an old and re- Long live and wave the glorious i Lake ilichigan last Sun r-
of the battle off 2 It
Bermuda sea Santiago July appeaiance. may even delight day. Well, if the lake can stand for
lUfclecure :. grass which clothes. so I IMtf$ and referred to the dispatches : the sense of taste and yet be the ; it but
we can
.. Georgia Iil'lJ..! we object to its being ,
.ti many Atlanta
nal. Jour- of July, in which the victory was deadly enemy of health and life itself :.called a fresh water lake any more. t

announcedIu this long article the { J j
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1 P. T Thomas Ala. author did not mention the fact that ,: Impure milk laughs the unskilled Eruptions, cuts, turns, scalds and a=
I
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"I Sumtervillet : Admiral Schley was present and j I: inspector. Persons who have j sores os all kinds quickly healed by
was from
I suffering dyspepsia) when 1 1I commanded the American Iteet. He j studied all the evils by which.it wine Ce\V itt's Witch Hazel Salve. Certain 3
commenced
I taking Kodul Dyspepsia mentions:: specially the commanders' Its way to the human stomach do not '! cure for piles. Beware of coun
Cure. I took several bottles and I '
terfeits. He
t of some vessels and gives all the dare trust themselves unarmed in a j sure you get theoriginalDeWitt's. Rte.
can digest anything." Kodol Dyspepsia i A. I'. Wise. '
cure is the only preparation i glory to Sampson. 'Fighting Bob," controversy with this: crafty enemy. -- -- -- -?e:

containing the natural digestive as applied to Admiral Evans, is a I However keen their senses may be, After all. it makes a good deal of ; ;

fluids. It gives weak stomachs en-1 glaring misnomer. As a matter of : they must be supplemented scientific difference which way the wind U

tire condition.rest, restoring A. R. \\ )iie.i. their. natural 'I!'! fact, he never was in a serious fight, devices before they cau cope '! blowing when one prays for rain.Jlrs. .. '

except that he was about the outer successfully with this cunning foe. i ---- -- ..' r

i. Admiral Dewey has been criticised i edges/ of the Santiago sea battle. :. The difference between "rotten | S. H. All wort, Johnstown, Pa.,

Don't take a cathartic I a great deal by professional faultfinders j Perhaps lu fighting the honest history beef" and bad milk is the difference i says: "Our little girl almost strangled '

of the and : between and hidden j to death with The doctors
and then Bet but the country's opinion of Santiago campaign an'open a enemy, I croup. -
dose
stop. I him is indicated by the general satisfaction in fighting facts he may be able to ;, between a hunllinbrutal, bully' | said she couldn't live but she
take laxative dose
ter a was relieved l
:' retain the nickname of "Fighting whom you possibly knock down i instantly >y One Minute
f with his j jBob. may
each night, just enough to I appointment as the Cough Cure. A. !l. Wise.
<'; cause one good free movement I'I head of the Schley court of inquiry. ] ."-Chicago! Chronicle. or easily avoid and a smiling assassin i

b\ the day following. Everybody believes that Dewey will If the action of your bowelis not'3' who gives }oa a fatal thrift afj j' We will now see whether or not
look for the- ter he has won your confidence. "Fighting Hob' Evans is '
xYou feel better theE truth without fear or and regular serious willing ;
easy complications -
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< "Rotten beef is bad but
f impure I to tell Hut ;
: wry +next day Your Ivor. must be the final result. DC- i magazine story under
II milk i iinfamoua.. -Rotten beef ; oath
appetite returns your Witt's Little Risers will :
Early: remove -
The laws of health require that brings; nightmares, but Impure milk i -- --
dyspepsia is cured, your I this danger. Safe, pleasant !I
headaches the bowels move once each day and and effective. A. U. Wise. : brings: the horses with the hearse j l',>r mosquito bite, bites or stings

pass clears away, one of the penalties for violating .-- -- i If they were human "rotten beef I of insects, animals or reptiles, apply

your liver tongue acts well and up, this law is piles. Keep jour bowels 'I Mississippi believes in equal suf'i| should he sent to the ihainging and I Hallard'\..Sno>v Liniment. It counteracts -.

f your bowels regular by taking a dose of Cham- ) frage when it comes to lynching. I i poisonous milk hanged. The one perpetrates j' the poison in the wound,
your no longer berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets a misdemeanor; the other subdues the inU,unuation and heal

jive you trouble. : a hen necessary and you will ne\'er. Chamberlain's Colic, tholerl: and I is a murderer at heart aad often inaction I' the lIe h. Price 25 and 50 cents. G.

I have that severe punishment in- ': Diarrhoea Remedy has a world-wide j| \,' Price. _
I price,3ti seats. All dnaQ t8. Idieted upon you. Price 25 cents. .
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; J \&" taken Ayer'i Pills fur 35 I For Sale by G..W. Price. reputation fails and is pleasant for its cures.and safe It to never take. ,;. The trust has added *100 to the i I( The centre of the lynching belt i

j" pulssad 1 eoneitkr them the heat For sale G. W. Price <1 continues to hover around
Ufa One pill does me ur.reg..od I by druggist. price of automobiles. We are glad Vicksburg
Brooks Adams writes a long article I I
r tIIaa ball a box of guy other kind 1 : I I Mi-.
we decided to buy before the rise.
I I- ,....arled." lathe August Atlantic Montly to j i The emblem of the Servant Girls' : II I --- --
Mrs.N.E. T.u.II01' I
show how this is in state should the full kerosenekan. For digestive weakness -
liltUIII&/ AJTington,Kans. country a Union be TO HEAL A HURT j nervous

of defeuselessness. And the article in the side flatulence ;
.'.. !i Use Banner Salve, the great heal- i uesspaine ,
I itself is the best evidence of the dizziness, wakefulness, headache and \ --
-.., THE HonE GOLD CURE. !i er. It's guaranteed for cuts, sores,
-, fact. !i' wounds, piles and all skin diseases. other annoying accompaniments of
'J----- -- '"T- Use no substitute. G. W. Price. i, costiveness, llerbuie is a prompt and

;: f BLESSING !bDlSiUlSE..Wkfn !| : Win. Finn of Lima, O, obtained I II IAn Ingenious Treatment by which i'!'I I I ----- iI i I unequaled remedy. Price 50 cents.
Drunkards are being Cured daily G. W. Price.
I' excellent results from the use of Foley's Four windows on the east side of iI
Bermuda first icadiJU in Spite of Themselves. -
grass I' Kidney Cure. ''It relieved my !i the white house are to be cleaned i iI
: I I If "Hobs" jUUiXK; for his
in lit was: a get part
appearance Georgia backache and severe pain over the I I'hilS. I for the first time in twent-six year II I -
}taas6nwtlcomeisitor 'XO NOXIOUS DOSKS-NO WK4KEXIXO j in the South Atrican affair, it will m
| ) 1 f It toned my system and pave I 1 OF THE XtR\"f'.s-: PLEASANT AND : We thought all along that the pres- j
0orfai did believe hatitInsgood vim and It is : j stagger the English taxpayer sure sa
| mere not t I me new energy. an ; POSITIVE l'CUE.oR THE j| ent administration needed cadre I
for anything and observing !. honest and reliable remedy, a sure : LIQCOlt HAIIIT. !! enough to *tip" the man who ends: ,;
hht. -
for all G. W. !
kidneydiseases.
cure the
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became known and underKiood
-|"J&pidly.lt lipreld'tht y I, It U now generally i
Price. ____ __ that UruuLruuess i>a disease and not w catnes.s. -
,fpntly<< alarmed. Many of them;! A body 1111,01ilb IlOi"un. and D..n"s ; SEEIX' THINGS AT NIGHT !' JamesVhite, llrjantsville, InJ., Y
'
i tried' to exterminate this new grass I, Prof. Triggs explains that the i{,', couipletrly siaul use ot shattered intoxicating by i..Tu liquors lical requires or con- ;:I|''or nightmare, is a common result of i'| says DeWitt'sVitch Hazel Salve >

lodirere deeply disappointed when :; dime novel is dynamic and the Sunday an antidote capable ot neutralizing and !I,j indigestion. You can't expect good I Ii i cured running sores on both legs. He a
I eradicaliug Ibis imiton. and oI..tro.lng the I
lieyfpuaif that It 'deded their most !!I school book static. If we had I I craving burlntwicants Sufferers may now. i ii i sleep with a bad stomach Dr. Loyal I had suffered six }'ears. Doctors

_-1. determined attacks. i I I j only known these things in our youth j j cure tb..w..I\'I. at home business itbout ibis publicity ,;i i Ford's Dyspepticide, the new rt'm'i failed to help him Get DeWitt's.Acn'lt .
7 ur loss ot timelrom by won- !
g They finally accepted Bermuda:: we might have grown up to be a better ; dertul"UOM b OULUCL:" which bas beenJpertected 'I II edy. makes a sound stomach that digests no imitations. A' U. .
'
ol clone perfectly. G. W. Price. -- -
altir study
uuoy
;[fraslis' Visitation/ of a .chastening I I man. Alas! alas! I I and treatment ot inebriates.gars. The faithful .- -_. -- ----- |1I I i The grave question now" arises !it:
Providence and that it might I I I use according to dirertionsof tbiswoudrrtful i A that Bernhardt will '
prayed ,,. discoierv is IM..iti\'dy guaranteed to1 palmist says i the new Alabama constitution CDO-
;;lot prove such a terrible. calamity as Stops the Cough ana \\ orks oU theCold ,'.cure the slobslluale. case,no maser how ,> live to be ninety' and die in America. j! stitutional. t
hard d drinker Our records show ibeniarTelous -
; they Shticipatedi : ( transformation ot ibousauds of jI ,j> It looks like the present generation ji j I -- -. --- '
sober iiidustriims and
{[* Tinny Georgia could afford to pay ,. / Laxative Crouio-Quinine Tablets I riEbt Drundard-mi'n. up- i IW1'ts i is up against harah's little game for i ii What most people want is some E ,

IUD;millions of rather than i: cure jour lirsRAXOsCHIL: mild and when in need
dojlars cure a cold in one day No cure, no UKKN cure jour h'\lHHs'' 1'bi r..m".I'j]i keeps thing gentle,
? partfiirt Bermuda grass. It is :: pay. Price 25; cents.A is in co senor a nostrum but is a siienitc lot -- i of .1 plusic Chimberlam's Stouiruh r
,"'sort"a vast amount of to'1 1i --------- i tbs disease only, and is.... skiltul y dryieuand To Cure a Cold in One Day 1 i and Liver Tablets till the bill to
money piejured that it Is thorough! soluble i
: 16ii state and is val- ejected Rhode Island suitor will I I and pleasant to the taste.so mat it can bet Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tab- a dot. They are easy to take and ,
becoming more eiveu in a cup ol teaor toiler without the .I lets. drugsjUts refund the money I pleasant in tllect. For sale by G.V..
;:; table every year he best man at his successful rival's'wedding. '!t' know ledge ol tlie pt'rsou takini It. Thou.andsot I Lilt fails to cure. E.V.. Grove's Price,

;The Augusta Chronicle quotes:l He will also be the lucky !iI j! >. this Kruukardiliave priielens nmedr cured and lhemseles'with as many I signature is on each box. 2. c. i -- -- '-

, Prof. M. Tracey an agricultural ,I. man, but perhaps he doesn't know :t : more have Ixeu cured and" made lemKrate| ., Don't he satisfied with temporary
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nun by haying thect lie admmisuied bj
I I Mr. has invitation -
Bryan accepted an
.> fterf, assaying: yet. !:J loving friends and rd.tllWllhout their relief from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia
1 knowledge mcoileeor lea and beliee today |! to deliver the annual address at : '
.- 1 live been over a large portion that they oIi".ntinu.I"rinklolul their I j 'ure permanently and completely -
:'ofGeorgiaAlabamaand -- -- own tree wi'l ItoNoTwur. two nut 1w deluded I Yell county, Arkansas, fair this year this It
; Mississippi, removes complaint. ,
and misleading iii '
to"ba"l'
by apparent
struck hiiI
Mr. Bryan seems
, I the region where the drought hasbeta pro\euieuL Url\ out. lh disease .tt oat.e I relieves permanently because it allows -
I CASTOR and bur all time The HOMKl.OUH'l ICK gait at !last.. |
,' mot severe, and I find the Dit"Euda is sold at the extremely low pruent One 'I --- ._-- the tired stomach perfect rest. :
I
- -pasturea the only ones which For Infants and Children. )i hotly Dollar treatment tbusplanniswitbiii uimeeUVi rt'a..b..f lual than e\ery-others ; A. I:. Has, of Morgantown, Ind 1)ictiog won't rest the stomach.

fire able to furnish forage after six : c..IIuK bruin Ji to#:rt Full dirediousai.conipaay had to get up ten or t\\'eh? times in Nature receives supplies from the 't
The Kind You Have Always Bought : eacb package: social advise i food we eat. The sensible way to
,:.Iftki of scorching sun. In fact, the\ i 1 by ..kilit'oIJbv..iciau..when requested "itb'l the night and bad severe backacheand (help the stomach is to Use Kodol 1!
Sent to '
iirepaid
out extra any
idrought-resUting characteristic of Bears theSignature ot the world i uarge ou receipt One Dollar Address : pains in the kidney Was cured Dyspepsia) Cure, which digests what
Ktf HIWIN u. (.ILt:4 & CUM- and can't help but do
ftke Bermuda constitutes one of its of Kept by Foley Kidney Cure. It's guar you tat J"u t
PANY.l.IlIalld: l! AI.1'kd St..I'lIllaol..lv11la.11
(chief values in all regions, subject to .\ curri.sHiudeuce strutly conndential anteed. G. W Price i good.! A. 11. Wise. 4

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eerere'smnoicr drought. It la the
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,fomdition of every really good - 3

'pasture throughout the entire ijulf

states region.

%".*Itbessentially a rich land gra.-,

and nowhere in the.world does it :-ne

$ 'prat-region "

, DIINTATON
the creek and ricer bottom land in '
tk
t ntralpartof the state, and on I

,-ith.e moLt, alluvial lands ot the delta

""Jn c.udul feeding tests made at

""state experfment station, Bert _

l1ud 3vas found to be about S per

cant more valuable than: the best I _

I timotby.hay for both mules and cat. CureS __

V1*. Its'yield exceeds that of any F P'CtI1

: .other.r S5-ll1aking hay of equally !

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i. The Citlzen-Reporter.R. A WEALTHY SKINFLINT. I A TEN TON ICE MACHINE.Mr. Exposition Club. -

Believing that the rates now given UNIVERSITY CO
Capt C. E. Garner, president of O. A. Mann has made arrange-
L. DODD, EDITOR UD FROmETOB.A. ] the Jacksonville relief Association by the railroads to Buffalo for the OF MEDICINE
ments with the East Coast Lumber ,
__ H. DODD,Assistant Editor. Pan-American Exposition: higher MEOICIr.e
! ==--=-=-= was recently presented with a bill Company to immediately install at OEMtIStkl'kfil,
Official Newspaper of Columbia County and for f25 by than many feel able to pay, we have T4I1GHr a1 6;! TUckli1::
a wealthy citizen for
the his plant here a new ten ton, up-to- 2
\the Town of Lake City, Florida. decided to form a club .to be known HOSPITALS, !
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=== = = Use of a vacant lot which has been date compression ice machine, trebling e LECTUtlE HILLS. 91. { '1Q,
Published eterWrlday at Ute City. F l a. .used as: ., he CmzEX-REiOBTKR Pan-Amer Fer tOO-PIga CalalOltut,. "oatWoali ,..:1..1.ti:
Y Office-South ot Courthouse square. as a commissary. The Relief I!i the present capacity of the : I ."
1- ican Club, and endeavor to induce
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had ,
pitched a tent onj| plant. Mr. Mann has secured the
AdTerUiiig law Firuited apoa Application. the sranspurtation lines to offer a : _.
___ "----=.= o- -- = the lot to distribute supplies and i services of Mr. Geo. Ksibill, a competent i
reduction that. I'
material
believing
Entered in Lake City postofflce 3u. secondclass rations to the destitute fire sufferers. : engineer of Vernan, N. J., t Tkt I, C-
matter. i if successful, many will be afforded a I'' An old tst
The lot was used without asking the i who is here to superintend the putting lady went I. ?
I J' trip which they otherwise could not little out of
way the
Subscription $J.uu Per '\' :ur. consent! of the owner, just as others in of the- machinery and to op- taker when tile next train city .?, ..J

were used all over the city, indiscriminate -1''erateit "in the future. The order Glasgow. would. It It
Success: in our efforts largely depends Twebe-fifteen;
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FRIDAY, AUG. _9..190L !}, immediately after the i i has been placed for the machinery. upon the number who wit 1 ticket clerk. It was then IIiae said 61'I

-- fire. I I and it will he installed within a few I Shortly afterward the a.R
likely go, and to anemia this, we1 womst"
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The Dowager Empress Frederick The members of the Association! weeks. With the increased facilities :- again and asked the serge
!' have formed the above club, and a--k qt
{ I of German, oldest daughter of the will belittle themselves! in the ice will be manufactured more Same reply. At ten o'clock fe
that all who .in *'i
anticipate t't ing j t
1 late queen.Victoria of England and minds of all right-thinking people if cheaply and will be in the reach of qui'Rtion, same answer, asj ta
"" the club by dei>j.;ti3g i$; with u-.. the at interns of 30 minutes ?
mother of Emperor William, died at they even seriously consider the many who cannot afford it at pre until Ii
the amount to to cost of Then the
apply trio man wag
Cronberg Monday evening. The immediate payment of such a "debt," but they | ent.i 'I. vexed
"Madam" he
if said
I or to be aefui deJ better rate are "no
o cause of death was dropsy, wijl fail of their duty if they do not i I We were in error in our statement pass this station-- MMB .
not nccured. exprtu,
I[ accompanying cancer. publish to the world the name of this i I 1 last week to the effect that the pea i or goods-to Glasgow PMI&,
r If you are contemplating this trip, little, mean contemptible, skinflint;: ple of the city consumed the entire gory until 12:15.
President T.J. Shaffer of the Amalgamated this and arc not now in p*>iti)n to male ,
human buzzard that would "Oh
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pluck output of the plant. The capacity responded the old lady
Association of Iron and Tin deposit, we will be glad to have j-iU' ,
relieved
from "then
profit I
and
a prostrate destitute of the plant at present is five tons, ; think.ru lit ,
Workers issued the long threatened people. The English language does of which the city does not take on inform us of y our intention of going. ( )o gang across the Hat"-TIHJiiL :

general strike order Tuesday at the not furnish We have every reason: to believe! ...
terms! strong enough to an average of two tons daily. Owing :
Pittsburg headquarters The strike picture the character of that we will; be successful, and if iepli:a !4. Tke Negro sad tits<'.'......
to this fact the manufacturermust F! This new view.of the
call includes practically all the 'wealthy citizen." are. received promptly we can the fuse&&&
seek other markets for his tomes from Athens. Aa old
t' Amalgamated men in the United sooner perfect- our arrangement Bernrf--
i tbat town said
product, and the scarcity of recently: '
States Steel Corporation's ice'l and announce the date of trip. and i
employ "Di he&h
TILLMAN IN WISCONSIN. which has prevailed several j I keutrr U no at
,c not now on strike. It id a battle be- !I via what line.Secretary home. Its attracihuna tab Sen
during the season, was occasioned by I all i, .
tween giants and where it will end is I I jes can't stay roan blab
United the unusual demands of the *ia>
States Senator Ben. f. I city de
beyond 'possums all
conjecture.The ; am
Tillman, of South Carolina, addressed trade. The city orders have been : Long's order rl"uirin i:' dis beah_ shuttle gone. Ter u,

Georgia Southern railway has a large audience on the race 't subject to such spasmodic fluctuations naval officers to quit talking will at I' IB np all de "simmon blocItJae.I'J"treei 4 u'ft&h.

made formal application for four question trom a southern standpoint ; that it has beer. hard, indeed, least force the greatest knockers' I, 'PO UDU; am all eraipratin'! to *$fa
at Marinette 't to always calculate the club on earth to muffle their ham ,, lan's. If de white folks
hundred feet of space under the big Wisconsin, recently accurately on wast it lit;
i One of the features quantity needed. mers. ger ter stay wid'em an' wet '
tent of the Florida State Fair for an of his remarks j fcr't;
exhibit of the resources along that I was a plea in justification of lynch I With the increased capacity no dey wu.<; proteck. de' 'possum oan' .'

railroad from Macon to Palatka. : in!!. difficulty will be experienced in future From the Ocala Evening Star. trees de muse great slaughter> ofimnma',
stop. igger asp'
The G. S. & P. is always the fret to "In Wisconsin you have 5,000 black I in supplying both the home and APRIL 1, 1901. I I am one an* insep'rable, BOW u* ta-'.

embark into any commendable en- men,"' he said. "Why don't you try the foreign demand. "We are indebted to Mr. George ever.-Atlanta Constitution.

terprise that has for its object the the bleaching process and ex t ermine I We are ,informed by Mr Mann Close for the finest cabbage and .jAerUI >.
te them that the plant will be tuce we have ever seen grown let-I 1Proare.a 1. lavtaatlaa,
industrial and commercial betterment by intermarrying? The equippedfor Florida. Mr. Close is a man of
M. Santon
of conditions along its line and idea is repugnant to you. In South cold storage facilities all the, judgment, and one of the most sup :, than other Dumpnt aeronaut,Rhomorenarll < .
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the consequent raising of the stand- Carolina we have 750,000 blacks and year round. [See display "ad"' in cessful truckers in the state and be I j proaehed any a solution of the jj-

ard of living, and is first in 550,000 whites. 'carpet-baggers 1,' another column.] is generous and Itrge-hearted 1 as he prokka
the affections
I id iim..rmiviii ." \Ir._ ela" '.""..h. hi.: set by the founder of tit Dew
of our people. Their exhibit the 'niggers' and the Southern scalawags 1 Board of Trade .seed from the Old Reliable Seeds: prize of f 4,000 for the motttuctttej,<

t < will be a concentrated representation and scoundrels ruled us after I Meeting.i man, J. B. Sutton, who handles only navigable airship, baa been twirij.

of the products that enter into the war, until they had stolen everything ;i board met Wednesday at 5 p. tbe best seeds to be had, especially) i: 160 by the Aero club in rwoyntia

the industrial life of the people with that there was in the state; i' m., at court house. adapted to Florida, and makes a specialty of his efforts during 1900 to fulfil!Of.
3 then I The minutes of of the finest strains of cab. conditions of the competition, writs=
whom they are closely associated, we went with our shotguns to previous meetingswere bage, egg plant, lettuce, onion and Paris .
and will redound to the good of the polls and took it away from them. I read, corrected and approved.A tomato seed. See display advertisement a the correspondent The eonua
during coming
All men are not created lengthy corre.pondence'refardinj in another column. gammer; fIr01Ii IiI, ,
themselves and the people. I equal, and ausr-1-tioj to be especially
--- --- : the 'niggers' are not tit to vote the union depot from the raiload ... interesting.. ;

District-Attorney Erwin on Monday j Come what may, the people of the i j commission and railroad officials was ,, -
filed in the United States Court South will ; read. ...a .sa........ t ....... ..j..O.....
govern their own coup + .ri".ri"n9."io. t:
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for the Southern 1 ,
district of On
Georgia try." motion of J. D. Callaway the

a suit of attachment against all of He condemned Booker Washing action of the city council 'relative to REFRIGERATORS. i

r the property of Oberlin M. Carter, ton's scbeme of educating the negro .1 the removal of the old burnt Parker 6b

formerly a captain of engineers in along industrial lines as an attempt House was commended. || -

the army, within the jurisdiction of to place him on an equality |I I On motion of Col. 15. H. Palmer it Special Offer. .

the court. Carter's former attor- with the white artisan, something j was moved that the committee on I

neys in Savannah are made parties I' that would intensify race hatredin I j transportation communicate at once n 200lbf of Ice TO ANYON@ HUYINO a Refrigerator

.. to the suit for ;
purposes of holding the-South. lIe said that among with the Southern Tariff Association me within the next thirty days slue hare the
certain funds supposed to be in their -ICW.OOhlaves during the civil T i with reference to securing better V W. room for my New Ten Ton Machine. When installed -
will give) me li-tons daily capacity. ,and '
hands, paid on notes in Carter's fa- war there were more Christiansthan I rates. .*+. Cold Storage all the year round. ,

vor. The papers have been served there are today among the ; The following appointments of it O. A. Mann Lake i
Fla.
on all of the defendants. City
The ,
pur- 9,000,000 blacks in the South. : committees were read by the president -

pose of the bill is to restrain Beirne I j "I do not want to uphold slavery," : "rh*.9.. U.. i6.."'"".......................... f.
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Gordon, the Propeller Towhoat Com- he continued. ''I thank God there Public work.s-F. P. Cone, R. Jor- .t+9., "...........

pany. W. W. Mackall, J. Randolph are no slaves today under the Starsand .1 i dan, Geo. O. Adicks. .::.

Anderson, the Savannah Lighterageand Stripes." i;i Manufactures.! W. Johnson, H. t>'

Transfer Company, M. A. Connolly Mr. Tillman made an eloquentplea -j j A. Wilson, J. O. Evans. It :

the Savannah brewing Com ,! in justification of lynching, say- i Statistics and Market Reports.-T.

pany, and he Brush Electric Light I!ting I that Southern women could not in. Oliver. J. M. Caldwell, G. S.o M. E. WRIGHT;

and Power Company from disposingof i i, be brought into court to testify t I Young.

any securities they may hold in 1 t their i shame and degradation before Legislation.. T. Boozer, J. G. 1I

the name of O. M. Carter, or of his I y I I a jury for the purpose of convicting :r Lewis and S. P. Buie.

: brothers, Lorenzo D. and J. Stanton I i a beast. His reference ; Health and
to the san > i Quarantine.-Dr. J. L. Agricultural
i Carter. It is claimed that Carter 1 I city of the Southern -hiniiphnl- -an.ajNiblack i W. F. Watts and C. K. Crockery and :.

1 made investments in the Soutberndistrict I i'': the Southern women, and his remarks !- I Weller.

of Georgia with funds in on lynching were heartily applauded Arbitration.-O.{ R. Parker, W. S. } Implements Glassware.LAKE :

trusted to him as a disbursing officerof He closed with an impas'II ; I I and \V. J. Edwards. 1,

the Government at Savannah, and I I sioned statement ''
to the effect that Transportation. J. Mo>eley, E.I .
that tbe property accruing from I1 I I' the white people of tbe South would I j S. Futcb, J. E. Inman, S. C. Star and CITY FLORIDA.
c
these purchases belongs to the Gov remain on top "in spiteof the devil,"' I j J. II. Porter. ,

ernment. and, if necessary, he and his bret h,- I, Secretary M. M. Scarborough gave ..

HYACINTHS REHOVED. j I pen were ready to take dower their :: the board a- talk relative to the establishment .u l.>'d'
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!{ shotguns! again. here of -
; a hosiery factor --

I The hyacinths have been removed| j )'. He showed that the Cost of '( )!( '*)t(*).( >.< ) ) )!< ).().( .
I from Lake DeSoto, and its bright, i Resolutions ;: such a factory would be small and J : .

clear, rippling waters now present a i j Adopted by the Juvenile Missionary !i I g ave figures to show that it would be 11-

pleasing scene. We are glad that t ;I I Society of Lake City, Fla: ,'a paying in Hlltment. The members i What, do You Eat? I If U..
this much has been finished i were
I but the Little Jimmie Irvine, our little II greatly interested> in thee

work lacks much of completion.The sister in the society, by the alwi!! project and will investigate more. Did You Ever_ Stop to Think of That? :

next improvement that should I providence of God, who doeth a II' thoroughly and bring the matter up n.

be made is a rock road and bicycle I things fur the best, has been called ( for discussion,at the next meeting* b M ,. Do you know that the market are flooded with aanlttf'
1 path around the lake, which shout d 11 I from home and friends I I : ated goods ot all kinds and that you arc liable to ul 11.
to things
0Father's ur ; Card of Thiks.I 1 .1 you would not like it you arc nut carftu'! about 11-
be lined on each side ; I jj what you buy
by palms and 11; house on high. While w' To be ["
other trees and e. The ladies of the Aid 'A.... sure of getting all She Purest and Best groceries, U'
miss
I Society of
semi-tropical ver her smiling and gentle face, we' I j we buy only brands that are guaranteed to be (lurt.H tl
t dure. This lake could be made the cannot question the wisdom of God I the Presbyterian church take great| 4 customers buy them from that reputable houses and we run surrour It

most famously beautiful piece of f ; in taking,her from us, knowing that I pleasure in extending ,many :thanks $ '.and Free nolesome.every article bought ot us shall be pure ]
in Florida. to the people of Lake < delivery goods t.>all parts ot the uu. *:'
scenery All the natural I our loss is her eternal gain, there- City for the "I :1'1

advantages are there and the tact- !I I fore, be it ,,: liberal patronage and substantial DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. HATS.[ SHOES. .

ful hand of the artist is only neededto I :; Resolved, 1st. That we acknowl- i i! kindness of the shown them in the interest AND GENTS FURNISHINGS 11 _.

i develop the picture. : edge the Father's hand in this, our given for measuring the beneft party of the which church was 1- .. 'N. B. CO.
LONG
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What could 'be more attractive ;: loss; and, tho' we miss her, there is a ;i Thursday evening last.' ...--X Lake City,Fla

than boulevard a mile in lengthencircling happy reunion awaiting us! all on the KITTIE E. lIK'lRPresiden M Dealers in General Merchandise.i

this! sheet of water? It j other shore, -

could not be rivaled by the leafy ;,i I 2nd. That we express to the, society Permit For License. --r-.:. ()+().().( :<>.().< i<-xi<->I<>vj'.o.p>&Oyf&'J&XI,.<>.i<>.<>i<>i?<}>$><$>* $. t

bowers of the fabled groves of Daph of which she was a member to J NOTICE of,,. \\'UIt.application and Beer for permit: Public to cell ----
: notice -
9 ne. I,: her family and loved ones our tender, j.C. 1i.is Hollinswoi hereby given that I.L. trotter and .
The road would enhance property f\j\j and loving sympathy in the loss of under the firm name partners and style doing ot Trotler business !: ,

a values! on the lake shore, and the :j one so near and dear, and we Uollm commissioners'crth. have tiled with the Hoard of Most
pray of
I count Colombia county i Complete Stock of
4 owners of swamp tracts on the north :: God to be their comfort and stay and.i a. belt application for the right aud
a permit to sell Manors,wines
and west rides could have them ea'i- : in His good time bring Us all to- ,Kiertiun Uiktriu No. 8, of said and county beer and in i c "
1 ? drained 'State:that: such application will be Spring and Summer f
_ c_ _ ly which would make superbsites ether! in that better world. by the saij Board x couuty couiuiivsioners acted on Hillinery
for winter homes. the 3rd. That 'ai tiitrir next; rt'Jularmt't"Ung. which
By a copy of these re- olu-\ will tie ,
N = properco-operation nominal expenditures i, tions be rent to the family, to the .O held I'M on. at the It)o first cluck Tuesday in tile in turenuqn N- tt'mber.\of said i! Of any house in the City, now

Like City coald be made I I II CITIZEN-REPORTER, and be placed 'I:any day and citizen the of said such Board flection hereby District calls upon..do I on Display at I 11

}. an excellent winter resort. :! upon the minutes of our society ,1 may desire to do :so to sqow cause, if any !! : "
tnere be. at the said next
We are afraid that the people of (I CARRIE J. BROWNE, of said.Board,why such permit regular shall meeting not be = -HISS H.Leading RILEY '

<' Lake City do not fully appreciate the >i; JAMES S. DICKIVSOV, i J fard; of to count the applicants.) commissioners By order of Colombia of the ,

inestimable advantages they posses I Committee. county 1Seal1,Fla. ,This M the M eih. Scarborough day oiAnriu,clerk. fllilliner. I
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who has
....:<. ......- visiting in Fernandina for, 'the been The "kid" baseball nine played the Horj. W V. Knott, state auditor,
past Fort
\ White "kids"
;, three weeks, has yesterday. scoreS haafieenin the city since Tuesday

-J' to let' ; 1. D. CHABB. 7l2f Fruit{ fruit! returned home. to 5 in favor of Lake City. checking up the books of the county AllTired
fruit! If
fruit you have any Miss Maude Mosely, who has been ofllcials. He ? '
jars at Young's Drug- to can remember Young's probably wijl have finished 11 Out : z
-;; is the- place to buy Drugstore visiting Dr. and Mrs. Humphreys at his work by the end 'of the;
; z your fruit jar '
,':<-=::0'; :scotchVhiskey at cheap. Fernandina, returned home last Friday. week. > and weak energy, exhausted.i ad
r
'. Immense stock of There is a movement foot gone. It's because.:
1J 424tfor cypress shingles, on among your Liver and _' '
fruit ; all grades, for sale for next fifteen Mrs. Fannie Fisher, of Jackson i some of our citizens to lave east Du- Kidneys are de
Joir,6rder
? days at reduced. prices. vibe, arrived in the city last Saturday val Street paved to the corporation << these warn g'
Apply to
.i ]J..Streety.r : to spend the week line and then lug symptom. but
I BAREFOOT & SPI KS. .guest of her to secure the aid of the ueDr.Thachtr's '-,
-' x ;R.IL'&surried; in the city Harry Gainus the cousin, Mr. J. A. Fisher. people living on the road to have the

oaf trees to' spend a few days. *ho was shot several weeks negro deputy The peg roes will give a barbecueand paving continued as far as Water- LIVER
in AND BLOOD SYRUPtoday.
ago
s&L Wp.-A Jersey milch town. This U
picnic a
here commendable
: attempting today and cheap undertaking
an ex-
arrest, died last .
night It tones,builds ,and keeps the
W. up
K Apply l to Lot Johnson. from the effects of the wound. ursions will be run to the city from and we sincerely hope will 1 entire system in a healthy condition and -
-. Duncan is along the line terminate successfully. The and make you strong and robust. ,
little'W
:t after along siege of fever. effect, the blood thorough alterative Madison to McClenny, and on the S. council and county commissioners aid To.rdrut BWUd-nyruh4 4stbuDT.Th.cher'.uve. had Hi. Tluchcr'S.
kidney and liver Liver HrdldJMt (1)1), or h* cu gel
?:jjuj l jour> sash, doors and blinds must be thoroughly F.V.. from High Springs and should take cognizance of the matter them. Jf 101,woh'" send u>S ctuu .
treated.ttf> and for a package or M rent(or a baWl
'trots tile Valdosta Sash & Door Co. Mixture acts on 'all. Young's Drug White Springs. render their assistance. -B t Trj T... ttrmtgM Unt.

-':ito: i>Yinzanti, of De Land; IijBii : store. On Tuesday, August 30, the Sea- At its last meeting the city council explaining Write our your Consultation symptoms Department and receive <,-=_r

iiij hb uncle. Mr. John Viuzant.'rjiys.'Emily State Convict Inspector board Air Line railway will run its appropriated $50 to defray the free confidential advwe.t
it F. annual excursion from of raiuu iwirai coiriii cuuuwct t_ _
West Floridpoints expenses Fire Chief Geo.
.. Cone, of Benton, -Ill Rogers is out of the 'city this week I a O. Ad-
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to Jacksonville. The "fare I icks to the local
represent fire
l't atJaglathe: city, guestof rely and in company with Hon. B. E. from Lake' I company
McLIn, City and return will be and the city at the meeting of
commissioner
, of
1 tes.; agriculture, 175. Tickets good the International A meeting of the executive com-
returning Association
is by of
\ making a tour of
; -ii ned'cine you see advertised, convict camps in inspection of the revular trains on or before Aug.27. Fire Engineers in Indianapolis, Ind., mittee of the Columbia County Sunday s
different
iflfaipxxt Young's Drugstore ban sectionsof
the state.. The board of county commissioners August 27. It gives us great pleasure School Association was held in ''

fdtottV : met yesterday to select plans for to commend this literal actionon this city Monday to decide on the
-,,Xiefi Cusie Flint spent Saturday Mrs. J. Eppes Callaway time and
and MUs place for
the new court house and are still in the part of the council. It is buta holding the annual -
""'iij Sunday at the Springs, guest of Janie Brown, accompanied by Rev. session. token of Sunday school convention.
poor
A ou
number of r esteem and
architects we
J. C. Judge W. M. Ices W. B.
Porter, of Ocala, left Brinkley, .
tietlds.. of last Thursday representing firms of Jacksonville, should never fail to encourage our Harold Witt and E. M. Goodbread ,

o xr; l rt JenrJngs, of Jennings, tend week for Providence to'at- Atlanta, Montgomery, Columbia and local firemen in every way possible. president of the association, werepresent.

jhraita1tbe. city this week' on a Baptist revival meeting in New York are in the city_ to submit Theirs is a volunteer organizationand It was decided to hold the
_? progress at that place. Mrs Calla convention at the Advent church at
1oW1II'K stands
plans. as noble
a bulwark thin
.: way and Miss Brown to "Iar!:, 011 Saturday and Sundav. ,
,)yr.;);, H. Young spent several Monday.We returned home Mr W. V. Casey is preparing to guard us from losses, and to prevent I tne 12th and 13tn of October. The

JJP Jacksonville and Fernandina erect a large two-story brick build- the destruction of our homes in matter of program was left to Mr. "
are pained to times of I E. M. Goodbread for
arrangement.
_eek. announce the fug on the southwest 'corner of Marion danger.

"}'"rMiiture-the greatest blood death of Mrs. Waterman Douglass, Washington streets. The Messrs. Z. 'Spinks and S. Barefoot I
of
fever, at her home at Hagan'Sat *liO REWARD
; 'of the 20th century. Young's building will be 65x60 feet. It will hive shut down their large cypress *10U {
urday morning: Death The rcadrrs'of this paper will be pleased'tit z
Srogstore.Pilabt.oUd...- was unexpected be used for a livery, sale and feed_ shingle mill two mile southeast of learn that there is at least one dreaded
') glass and and.a great shock to family stable and wagon and carriage town and when they dispose of di.x-a that bcirnrc has been able to cure 1'
putty varfa" and friends. Interment their In all its stages and that U catarrh. Hall's
: was Sunday. roous. enormous stock of Catarrh Cure Is tbe only ixixitive '
tlobes gnp, quantity at Young's.Pianoi a half million cure not
; To the bereaved known to the medical
we tender sin tratt-rmtr. Catarrh
our
F snit'. story......,.. cere sympathies. President T. H. Taliaferro, of the shingles, will dissolve partnership constitutional tiring a constitutional 4a-.e.: :requires a e

and organs repaired at Agricultural College, arrived in the I aid move to another locality. Them 'ure it taken internally treatment., acting Hall directly Catarrh up- =

"ftile' Piano Co. Office at R, T Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Connell arrived city Thursday to assume active con iI has been operating for the past on system the Lio.dand thereby mucu.ms surfaces ol toe J
detroyin the
.'Ldlard's jewelry store. in the city Monday from Valdosta trol. President Taliaferro is a man year in the Buzzard Boost cypres ul tile iliMea-.e. and tiring? the loundalum patient

!Dc:A C Ives,'of Ellaville, was in and left that evening for St. of fine executive ability, an experienced swamp east of Alligator lake and strength atsislinjr by nature building doing upthe its countilution work. The pro-and

the city the latter part of last week, Augustine, 'where they will make educator and the institution has been turniug'out on an averageof liowers l.ridurR that have they so much olferOue tailll Hunli In its Dollars curative ?

their future home. Mr. Connell has will 6O,())() shingles I' bur any case that it fails
.,jirftiaj" ', parents and friends. prosper, no doubt, under his per day. The business list ot to cure. Send tor .
tc..timonlal.doiri'sl
:Scarborough, one of the purchased a half interest in the St. management.The has been very profitable but the K. CD.EXKY A Co.. Toledo, O.
opera- Augustine laundry and will conductthe available void by Druggists!! ?:1C.
.; for theVe tern Union at Sa- business in future. dome of the college was struckby timber supply i-s almost I I Hall's Family rills are tile "'..t. augLIME
Entaili,is. home on vacation. lightning last Saturday. A exhausted and it will not pay to run .

.BtJ.C.' V, Waugh delivered the i Mr. S. It O'Quinn, is putting up a of the tin roof and some brick were part I i the mill longer. Valuable timber I ...A. A..A.. ..t.. .L ..t.. ...t..t..t.. ..t.. .
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building for his carriage ,yet remains but is inaccessible
factory
on knocked off and considerable on
,Wi iorJ damage
sermon at the AND
new Bap- BRICK
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the corner of Washington'd account of high water. Mr.
done. Spinks
: This is the second
tSd! .church! in Madison Sunday. time that _
Alachua streets. The building will the dome has been struck by light- is looking for a location where pine w BOLESAI.K ASH kxTALS L.

,;.Cjpt.- A.Y: ; Hampton and daugh- be 45x50 feet, two stories. When the ning, disproving the proverb that it and cypress are both plentiful, as he j

-Numb g and Viola, left for Sa- building is completed Mr. O'Quinnwill never strikes twice in the same contemplates embarking in both the B. THOMPSON.

::rri Monday- to spend 'several !.smithing add a department.bicycle reparing and gun- place. saw and shingle mill business. 3..,.. ..,.. ..,.. ...,.. ..,.. ..,.. ,.. ..,.. ..,..,..,.. ..,.. ...... '

C I Ben Snead, a --- .
negro rapist, was -- --- -- --
T6ere'i111 be a basket picnic at Mr. F. M. Dobson, of Bay Minette, captured at Gum Swamp turpentinestill --
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.Ofileir Sunday and a great Ala. the well known -
jail and court by Sheriff W. N. Cone last Sat- -
(pan till be in attendance from thi house
contractor and builder, was in I urday. He was wanted in Madison:
.tkr ;. the city Wednesday. Mr. Dobson
county,where the crime was committed ,
:;rie'1a4iei .of the it will be remembered built
Presbyterian our jail on a little negro girl last
i[tarei raised over HO at their en- here, and has just completed a jail February. Sheriff E. S. Armstrong,

i terainaeiit Thursday night of last at Perry, Taylor county. He will of Madison, came to the city last FURNITURE FURNITURE:

,lee'kR.'RYln!?:, make "4 bid for the new court. .-. -hlllli----.. Tuesday and took the negro in cus-

an architect of Bir- Mr. E. L. I.ey, of Ocala, is in the tody. ,. rt

j slisa m;was in the city this week: city prospecting for the location of P.ev.\C.F. Barron, of.: Gainesville, .

f ttttifflit pleas Jor% the new court a cigar factory. Mr. Ley is an experienced arrived in the city last week and con- Now is the Time to '

1 ; man in his line of business: ducted services at the Advent church Buy,

Xva can save money by buying and if he locates here will manufacture Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. He

/1: v.,Hin,doors, blinds, mantels,I nothing but pure Havana left the next day to attend the second As I Must Close Out ,

,from the Valdosta Sash: Door cigars. We believe a factory herewould quarterly conference of the Second -

t 1J them. prove profitable, and hopethat Advent church at Lake Ogden. The Remainder of My StockAt

\Jri! AJ. McLeran: and son Al Mr. Ley will embark in the en R ev. Barron'was pastor of the church I

t.Ie4 E i\eri, Wellborn, were in the city terprise.The in this city in 1897, having come here I j Once. zbhy

It tee MOST ead ay,Buie.(guest of their cousins' Lake .City Monday Evening from Mississippi as an evangelist j: ;

: Literary Club organized recently He is at present pastor of the church I I

;: *"Bhelatet fall skirt goods just with the following officers: Press at Gainesville, Hampton and Mikes-i i .

K Broadcloth, Homespuns, Chivi- dent, Gordon Brown; vlce-pre&ldcnt, ville. m JflS. E. YOUNG
.to" | m.
t Venetians at popular prices Miss Lillie Bates; secretary, MisSadie Rev.T. S. Hubert and family, of e'
L.JIJ1IlPton'lJ. AttFLadies
Young; treasurer,John Borger; Beattyville, Ky., arrived in the city I Goods. Fv :
lfcj.J.C.Kendrickleft this week critic Max Brown. The club will HQtrdwatfe -
j Utf Tuesday evening and were met at I =
>esenieofi 4 the second quarterly con meet next Monday night at the rest the train by a delegation of gentlemen .' I

: the Second Adventlaaeaie dence of Mrs. M. Lembrick.. The and ladies from the Baptist
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arc1t Lake .
l ,Ogden. club is composed of the iiteratti.It ,
": church, who gave them a most cor-

'aI1 stock of cypress shingles, grieves us to chronicle the deathof dial welcome. A party of church .," "
| padrtfor, ,.
ale -
,bitatreduced for next fifteen little Jimmie, daughter Mr. and members awaited them at the par- :: # I

: prices. Apply to Mrs. E. W. Irvine, ou Thursday sonage and gave them whole-souled j I

BAREFOOT &: 8PI KS. morning of last: week at 10 o'clock, and hearty reception. Here, ofi I I and (,hUI I }

'Tikealdosta Sash & Door Co., of after a short illness. The little girl course, the ladies graciously pref -' Misses # _

,;tf Ga.. manufacture all kindsblindit was seven years of age, bright and o sided. Supper was prepared by them mer wear in our fine a.surtment. ,. ;'! I
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,doors, j They are must delightful in theirsimphctty.
;b4rarlcty interior finishWrite a sweet disposition.: Interment was and everything made, homelike and i r We nave the quality j
work.- them for j wbicta insures good service: made "
,:!oCet.7 jly-19. at the city cemetery Friday morn attractive. I from stylish material and developed \3' +

1 .and-MlrL Chris Schlemmer of ing Rev. F. Pixton officiating. To Avery large iamb of the oak that j "j bear by Skilllul comparison tinj"t'rl. with Our tbe prices lowest will .' % l j _

,r ,Ga. the bereaved family we extend sin- stands at the northeast corner of the j j found elsewhere. quality or munisconsidered. s ff tl tt -1 .e s
spent several days in I Kibunns at coo ; *cttY last week and left Friday for cere condolence. public square, .fell Monday evening !II # ,j

to visit Baya Harrison, Tom Taylor and t( without the least warning The I II | ;
relatives and
s? :i., Henry Streety, of the Lake City limb was perfectly green and the j MRS. T. N. MILTON 'Wit. ltf j ..Z >

3L Sydney Halle of. baseball team, left Tuesday to join :I tree formerly seemed to be full of ,

l1llllll11a'e moved and to the family city,and part of the Ft. White team and, together life and vitality. But where it Monroe Block. Marion St. 1&, f.1c' 1/i 1'I I t\ # e
to \
I
ocoipjlng the Potsdamer cot- they went to Gainesville to. broke away from the tree disclosed ) t flf ffi #

hiesnthe lake. Mr. IIaile has aca cross bats with the team of thatelty the fact 'that it was honeycombede I

Positiou with the Seaboardleft Wednesday. The Ft. Whitnine with rotten hole Danger lurks in I ,I.
played Ocala Thurday and will the tops of many of our large oaks i !

'' llr. Hnfnbolt meet the St. Augustine team on the and the city fathers should look Into I.

!byTa11u1ahF allsGa.euston to Mou diamond today and the Clearwater the matter. These old trees area'',I .' .... .........
spend ',
'1' : menace to life and limb, and they '
IIIOn h team tomorrow. GO TO
accompanied his .
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.ylsi 2l1 by should all be closely inspected and I
nie. Mr. Ilelyenstopurpose .
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all decayed parts removed. t THE DOLLAR BAZAAR
of recuperating I' '. ;
I \A7. H. MORGAN I Y
\ A Card of Thanks. I -

ciUkind Yldosta! Sash \: Door Co.> \I ,I 1 desire to thank my many friends .' Where your money will go the furlherost-Price and Quality J

of turned and square 1! Manuleciur.r'ljj Alieni. j;and customers for having so liberally .. considered. We order Clothing MADE TO ORDER and guaran- fill
,'turned tee satisfaction.: '"
eracketd. balusters t patronized me in the way of builders' .. i,
of all kinds. WritQr sNot I
.w..: prices before you buy. They ; a Drummer j hard ware, house furnishing goods ... Suits $9.oo and up. ;
lIIltition. jly-19 i 4-i crockery, glassware and farming implements -.:
Pants "
i I $2.75
i r.Pttishall i -r and desire to say that I up.
an ex-cadet, three ot tb..I..a.dIDI!{ manulacWinntli p
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.tQbe been. teaching at Houstoun, tur..r hticatlagU retirement In! Dry i1,...(J Y ut Tobacco,strut!".LL.....- 'and am daily will always receiving give goods you the in this benefit line We pay all express charges. Call and :ce our line of samples .

L wnnty.wasthe guest if llcU t e Irad. 01 Lake City;&1111 "lIrroundlnlCcowmllnllY. .. YOURS TO PLEASE
teiB. toI..rcbanh .nly. I guarant. of the very lowest prices. Hoping to ; ,
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Buie, for several a aYlng of from 10 to:20 per cent UDder rel- always merit your confidence and es- .
'elk;at his home severalf HeadquarrteerssIAkee"CitjerP a 0.made. dreg.!.. ,teem I am yours anxious to please, LAKE CITY FLA. H. F. URIE.'SSS't''ti. f|

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YHECitl2gN-R PORTER.. Established Il 4..

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+ HUMPHREYS' I USES BICYCLE IN ARCTIC. |II ORDINANCE NO. 120. : J

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@VETERINARY SPECIFICS Traveler from .'arorth Salr&el" a An ordinance to amer.d Sec 1 of

>ckeui to Explorer Ordinance. 111. the 3.1 ai.' Ivias.:
A.A.FE1ER9. Congnttoai. laflammaeL'itrstlua. *
., Lung Fever Milk Frter. Baldwin. ; an ordinancet. prohibit tkp ruanin.r v

B. B.t..RU\IiI.: L.welln..lojurre.. at huge of horse cattle. siieiv) and
CUB**)UbcUWMUilil. j If Evelyn S. Baldwin, the arctic explorer
C. C'.JMIKE THROAT Quiiuy Eplmode. goals in tbe city of Like City
CGUd{Uutemper.Sfus takes the advice of Stanford ,
'I i' of St. he will tte He it ordained by the Mayor and
!OKMS.. Hot. Grub. Northrop, Louis use
Council of the City of Like
E. E.l('(UGH* Cold- Influenza IIIDawe4CUIWI American-built bicycles in prefmnce City
f Lull .. Yleuru-Pneuwonla. to df(* sledge in making his da h for City: v.;
F. F.jtULir. Brl! >.rhr, \Uu4Bluwu.ccusillurrtaia. .
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Uywatery.G.U. the north pole. According to Mr. .. Sec. 1. That section 2 of Ordinance .r} xThe

Promt MISCAHKIAGE.KIDEV Xorthrop's brother, who i.. at pre5t&t ::... Ill be and is hereby
'it.H.I &BL.VDUEK DISORDERS. : at Dawion, the silent steed can outotrip amended ti> reau: Kind+ Yon Have Always Bought, and which has bees

} 1. 1. ISKIDISEASES.. t rear.: Fare. Maul). ., ErupUolw.ciiRUillren. the fleetest dog that ever raved under "['or impounding horseaes.. in use. for over 30 years, has borne the signature of

i J. k,I II 111 l'DtDITIOhtarint Coat.icuu the driver's lash. the and has been made under his !
per
( Btuiuarb mules, cattle, si -ep and goats
IlIA iue liou. toIlalilin. }Jr. Northrop called on the explorer
s li Ox.each; Stable Case,Tea Specifics,Book,&&,|7. marshal shall be allowed OIL- dollar son.il supervision since its infancy.
:
,, At druKgbU or n-ut prepaid on rweipl of prlco.Uumpknt the other day at Chicago. He carried ,
*' Hedlulue V, Cur. lUUui I Julm I"I I fl''tIin'hil Allow no one to deceive roam tifa.
i ) Yrr.aeisaTla.ru.Laarr'artt ,| with him a letter from his brother in each: fur impounded
Sn.Newturk.
i F fa.r- Alaska, in uhieh the latter declared twt'nly-live cents
NERVOUS DEBILITY, that he had ridden from the I <,\.. .2TlJat ihU ordinance shall that trifle with and endanger the health tf

northern terminus of the White 1'ass Infants and Children-Experience against Expe
: VITAL WEAKNESS I take effect! from and after it.- \passage -
railway to Da\\son in six days I
averaging
"f1I andProstration from Overwork aliI I ;approval the Mayor
a little 050 miles a. dayThe -
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or other causes. That all other ordinances
I Si-c.a. What is CASTORIA
Humphreys' Homeopathic SpecificNo. trip was made over the ice and frozen
2H, in use over 4O years the only wastes in the middle of January and in conflict with the provisions of

,; successful remedy. the traveler suffered comparatively i this ordinance are hereby repealed Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare.
$1 per Tialor ipecial packag with powderfor$5
ti F1 bold Lr Pr..CIIU,or KUI puIt..d..receipt M|utt* tle from the cold. .J I Passed by Council! July 15, 1901.O. gone Drops and Soothing: Syrups. It is Pleasant. U
CO.,C.r.WIUa *fcaa Su.,km feck .
LaruuTra\D. -----
I R. P.VUKEK, President. contains neither Opium Morphine nor other XarcotJs

--' WOULD IIAVB COST HIM HIS':: i' Attest: W. :M. In::.., Clerk. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm

Philadelphia not only has the highest LIFE. I Ii Approved: P. P. COSE, Mayor.If and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
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priced city hall in the country, Oscar Bowman_ Lebanon, Iy.,1 I i Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Coustipatioa

but also: the costliest public r.ftidals: writes: "I have been using f'oley's'' you are going away this bummer and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

t'1 to occupy it. Kidney Cure and take great pleasure I see the special excursion rate" Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
-- -- that offered the Seaboard Air '
\ in statin-j it gave me permanent care I ale by The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
Piles are not only in, and of themseUes of kidney disease which certainly ;'I Line Railway to the principal resorts :

very painful anJ ann' yinr, would have oust nw my life." Take. in the CarolinaVirginia) and'

t but often:!'-!ra\'ate and even cause none but Polej'a. G. \V. Price. I the East, including Portsmouth, Old'Point GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS$ .:

other grave and painful atTcctious, Washington, Baltimore, New ,
:, The people who get left in the Ki- Bears the Signature of g
and should. therefore not be neg ovva allotment may attribute their YorK, Providence, Boston and Duf- j ;;

lected. Tar.ler's Huckeye Pile Ointment falo. Call on local agent, G. R.Haile .'i'i
misfortune to the fact that there j
13 a great Iwon to Mifi'erersns
or Write A. O. MacDonell, A.
it will cure them. Price, 5') cent in were thirteen applicants for every ,
C. P. .\.. Jackson:. Fla. Iti
{ bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. Ceo.V.. .:laiu1: i, ,
Price. -- --
-- ., .- Plump cheeks, flushed with the j I .

s It'must be saiJ that the battleship ,. soft glow ofhealth, and a pure com- I

Maine i is vi ry unlike. the prohibition flexion make all women beautiful. nt The Kinds Yon Have Always Bought

r state of that name in taking to the Herlnne imparts: strength and vitality T, u, I IR04 :

water. '_ : to the system, and the rosy hue J' li +. a I C4 Nocrop
'_' w-. 1 of health to the checks. Price iti In Use For Over 30 Years. 0
G. W. Price. I M
Cotst p\liun, Impaired lJii'l tm cents. 4 THE ccNT.ua, COMHHT. TT HURIUI TKCT. HCW..0., .Cm.i .
1 I be : ., -> ,-, .- --
liver the '- -
and a torpid are mint common The wool trust has reduced prices ,can -- -- --- -- -- -- -

r ailments that are refpmKiMe: I from 10 25 drive out il
to per cent to a acv c o grownwithout'
i tor that tired, listless, fa-;.;l'.I"hlt ) competitor. Yet we mu.it have a I a tl _
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cAQ h
feeling that makes the summer a .
dreaded period to so many people !' tariff. protect thee infant inJtis- ''. Potash. tr.tr.lf.;.. _Rat___TEkT__R G't.t_T@tt GT.
*- herbncwill :arc i-.iiutp.itiou.! It tries. t't rr- Jl 1 It I ? .?t4 i3isre:Dlri''..A"III "
L ifflpro Supply
WHAT A T ALE IT TELLS
the liter to normal activity. Price II
50 cents. G. \V. P,ice. i If that mirror of yours chows 1 enough Potashandyour- I { DON'T STAND-

--- i| wretched, sallow complexion, a jaundiced \ e;
Perhaps the real trouble with the look moth and blotches -
patches IIII ON QU.RiEAQ !
Brooklyn bridge was that it'a,; : on the skin it's liver trouble: but s.tz S\\ profits Avill be tI. 'i!! ==_:_; _, !Ii '.'
merely trying to drop its suspenders j Ur. King's New Life Pills regulate % without r-' -:
the liver, purify the blood, give clear \ large; i
j daring the hot spell. j ;; ifiND\ ffti /___ ,
;skin, cheek rich complexion \ ", --
rosy "d9I Potash your 1'1 ;! =::= .1
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. JOnlj 25c at G. \V. Price's. drug store. i I,, KIGK 1 .
: will be
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Chicago is suffering from a bottled I : : ; -=
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"Something New Under "scrubby. Q T the poor Printing you have been
i beer drouth. There may be something II
the Sun." I Our looks, idling about composition of fertilizers I .a using when You can get the Best ,I "
i after all, in this theory of the all Lima III' --
All ditcters nave tried to curd CATARRH tiy bet addled lot all crops, are tree to til', just as ea.silyas poor. Our },
tbe use ul ,1O'ders. arid gasrs. inhalers and preachers that these drouths. arc GERMAN KALI WORKS {\ reasonably consistent with prompt.I I 1 '
Nassau be.,New Yurk III ,
1u 1 heir
drugs J'aMIII. JKJMders dry up W I
first-class work. We
sent for sin. are
as a punishment
the mutuuus membranes causing tbem to
crack;; n and bleed. The powerful acids j -- -. .- II Ir 1 .Avoid further trouble and annoyance :

used in Uif tbe same inhalers membranes have that entirely llirir eat..na.'av makers : I i Extreme hot weather is a great I I by sending us a Trial Order. ::

have aimed lo cure.wbik pastes and I tax the digestive of babies 4I III II ;
upon power
ointments cannot reach tbe dlM'a..e.n old t! II
and experienced practitioner who h..s for i : when puny and feeble they Kadol' :I THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE. :
made a close study and rialt '
nynv) of tie years treatment ot CATAHUH. has sj at lastIKTtecieil I! should be given a dose White's III H. L. DODD. PROPRIETOR. ;:
a treatment which when,laubtulIv Cream Vermifuge. Price5 cents III "
used not only relieves at once but
maiien'.ly cures cvrAKitu. by removing per the i G. W. Price.I M IGT T caus->.:,t<>|,|,uiir the distharf-esaud Curing -------- --
all ihl.tmuullUn. It is the only remedy I I Mr. Bryan says he would not enter Dyspepsia Cure ; 1 tl 1> 1 1'I"l"'L"4'1i.4.J.1i''I'R; ;; <:1 ;;if1 .;; -
fcnmvii to hCi"I111:11: actually reaches the .
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into bond not to for -- '-- -
afflicted juris. 1'lisw.udi-rtul lemody i. a run president -'- ----- -
L.UOOU ai-'So.l' ''''l.r:5 the '.lAlIAJli1'I-IWl'A-: Digests what eat.It !
i '11ic)1.! Hut then he could find just you .
TAKUII ct'UE.: and is hold at the extremely -
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low price ot tine Dollar each iackaic containing plenty of people'willing to go on artificially digests the food and aids I

flcitnt!fur iub a'rnal lull muuthlr&alm"lItaad and external medicine sul-everything i such a bond. Nature in strengthening and recon- -1

nece%+ary to iLa iierlect u...:. structing the exhausted: digestive or- "Thoy Shalt Not Covet.
(TKEever'-.-
v tar only sale and 1. IMtJ\-"cure fur that an- !!! was troubled with constipation until and tonic. No other preparation I
loyiul'aoll disgusting 111". -"".... It cures all i I can approach it in efficiency. It instantly >t PERFECT CONTENTMENT IS BOSS /Y THE K1TCHES. HEALTHFUL HEALS
lailuniuialion quickly and Permanently: and jl bought D Witt's Little Early relieves and permanently cures ; I DAINTILY SERVED, HAKE "A HEART TO MEET ITS FATC.

T la 1 EVLK alsooiiilerlully and o.i.u iii the quick IIEAU.to relieve IIAV ( ni-.>rs. Since then h'ave been en- Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Write for Catalogue tf 100 iilermt cambiKilata of the tat proiaOioat if the JvotuACcn'.try

lATAIUlHh..11 neglected often leads o>, I tirely c ired of DIY old comply nt. I Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea am., for a modtit on'.lav, make fife varth living.
.CONlUJU'floJi'irt't'I.tsn you I recommend them. A. II. Wise. Sick: Headache Qastralgia.Cramps '
tfyou but use a compli it at ucc.trealiucut It is noordinary which is remedy IMlSi-- I ___ __ all other results of imperfect digestion. t INVESTIGATE

lively guaranteed tocurecATAUKii in any I It is said Mr. J. Pierp Morgan offered Price Me.and St. Large sire contain!2K times
torn or stare it used according lo direcHous small size.Book&U dyspcpsiamaiiedfrcc
which accompany aach package. Uon't:; i I a fabulous sum for Lafayette's Prepared ty E. C. DeWITT'a CO..Chicago. /
delay but bend for it at once and write lull. ..rtew
sword. This about the
was- only
particulars as to your condition and you ; Lr
will \< special advice Iroin ihcdihcovcrer -;:) piece of steel that Mr. Morgan did i
I I ot thisuondertul remedy regarding
jour case without cost to you beyond Iht: not already control. $ +
I regular price ot "SNCFKLKS': "Uulr'a..t".d I _- r C e w *.*- "ciwofforitjyxKEximsKa
Catarrh Cure. r
..em prepaid lo any address the UnitedMatrbor Notwithstanding the fact that he f s i \fiaomitiettoxi8

leit.Canada Mi ElVI(.u retript II. GILt One&Dollar.Audress CuM-.; I. was supposed to have "a few cards PATENTSvarpkutobrfrw + t&conomize in Fuel

1'\: Y :Silkand'SUMarketSt..Philadelphia.: :: | up his sleeve," the navy department a '! 'i ,/fate Glad the Hou Beholds Que !

I! refuses to'g \Admiral Schley a
It does seem like HufTalo is strain prospti7proearedOltaoraa. sesamoael..leteh
j new deal. report01 patear iltty. nook Do
ill!! at a gnat and swallowiniracanu-1 1, i, _. U toouui n.S.aud twaf*PueauudTraile-Urb,"
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when
she the main show
keeps
openon 1 1 i ATtn LAW7EB3 OP *l TEAM PRACTICE.0
SUCCESS WORTH KNOWING.
Sunday and closes the midway. .,,20,000 PATENTS PROCURED THROUGH THEM. ( .
I -I -years success in the South IHO'eSlIulhes' 0 LiuiieM. UuleraM euaSJeot chaqn+aL baled iviM. tulLmn. =e I11J1TORF MFG'
Tonic a great remedy tor
the OASTOnXA.'Bu.n The Kind Yon Hale Always.Bought chills and all malarial fevers. I letter KUC. A. SNOW & CO 1vAStlVI LlNLN (
than calomel and quinine. Contains |j PATENT LAWYERS, rt. "

Signature no arsenic. Guaranteed, try it. {i Opp. U.&Patent Office, WASHINGTON, D. G.
f At druggists. *1 bottles. apri-TCl
"IT IS WRITTEN" I
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"National' Steel Ranges are the "Newer'ta3 store to bake as
best tiia.U" evenly ant quickly." I
IL M.Paic=, :!i>bill:, Ala. tf2T:_ EILES TvuS Sasb"*'

"abundance ftetWateralWayi
furnished." ft "In oyearsLouseteeping, never

W. R. BRisonrKST: Clau\ Ue..i! had a stole so pleasing. Jt.1"Afteroneyear's"ls"
RXV.J.B.ERWU.N"":
rV1Ce. .
in perfect condition." ? I iia sure there is none super1arFANNLRQ ,
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OKPHAS Sc1l<.ol., N.IivUe i J. T. AHFAR.X. bupernt"'*
Laa6aDRas
's'' "Not one-half'the fuel required Water Works

formerly." L "The Nl ol3l. the best ranse
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VAJTOSIEU. in
.UKivKkstv. tL'e.
AQ + have I C-J. Cusraag.iikktaaa,i1'
never seen one I would .
exchange it for." "Takes. less wood aDd less time:"'

IS.-r STRATTON N lIV1'Ite. T.J.i Do" .

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SlUVIS TWWAM r.tA ms GLUES IWOtIl'6
011"GLlSSWAIf! QUEfSWAiI TOYS IItIlIfi'uOIS

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MarrUader Who Mai { is here and those who
?f: 'Th.Famottir Atlanta OPtician.f 81.llloda .'ollowl.. the j Begl'n SUMMER start
I Hound. j go through the whole.summer

I season with little trouble A taint of Malarial -
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Just William died at R his Kilts borne; aged at I'.lue'jlall.Cfoil 75 years bag Right I |i l poisoning in your blood to-day ,will! last y ?

county, Marj land. From chiI&ihc.odhe ( .| : until the Fall unless you drive ,it out now.

was blind. He was a man of clear un I Blood Medicines can't cure Malaria: poisonNMauu..aa.wa.wUtIIIR .

derstanding, excellent judgment and :' ing. The antidote g
for Malaria
? was familiar .with the current affairs J poisoning is
JOHNSON'S
I tot his country and state. He was an TONICS

; e Elf enthusiastic fox hunter, and 20 years The sickest man is not always in [bed. The '
ago was one of the best in the state, meanest kind
of possessing a fine kennel of hounds. j I of sickness is just to be able to attend to one's dudes. With

-r I I He could distinguish: each hound by j rich blood in your veins you perform. with pleasure, the work =

1I''I color feeling of its a horse ears. by He feeling.could also His tell saddle the I! I that becomes an arduous task for half well people. : a

horse was trained to follow a mule Why don't take JOHNSON'S
you TONIC
? It is 'th '
: which he used on his farm, and ;
'. ;(l. of his some World's Greatest Medicine. The dealer makes
1 one employ or boys would ride i less noiey on r
the mule ahead of him on the hunts JOHNSON'S TONIC than on any other kind. Now mcmber

i L : '. ,...COLP MEDAL ,: He over could the fields and through the woods. 1 that your health is your business and making is his ''

::: '.: '. Highest Award Diploma <>t Hugor.f of his hounds distinguish the voice of each |[business. money. '
I when in close pursuit of

t:.. ESTABLISHED- 1870.. ._ ,I e fox. __ ,: |bottle It of would JOHNSON'S pay you better to drive twenty-five miles to get a _
TONIC
rather than
the
use
i cheap kind
: These Famous Ulas.ses for Sale by Special Master's Sale. '( that pays more profit to the dealer.
: ITNDEK and by virtue of
a final decree in

.t WattS. &: SOD, Eyesight Tested Free. I Judicial Columbia U ton-clu Circuit county,urr ot Court in mortgage chancery ot t>irida in in in the a certain and Third tor 'i! Moneymaking and Life-saving don't run very close togeth .

J f matter therein wherein A. U. Hart tor the I i er. JOHNSON'S TONIC is the kind that cures. It is 100 times

,I'.Jllit*''glasses are never peddled. lie'sure that "Hawkes"stamped on fume.4f .- Thompson use ot I... U.are M.complainant Thompson. and and L.Robert U M. !: better than Quinine. Does in one day what slow Quinine I
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may i;ul Campbell and Henrietta
Campbell, his site cannot do in ten days.
are delendauts Hill offer tar sale and will .
,; i .' sell at public outcry, at the trout of the
-- -----.-- -- ---.- -- -- -- -- -- court Ida, to hou the highest e.ln the city ot Lake City Flor-1!; Better do your own thinking when your health is at stake. .
and best bidder tor i
s k between the legal hours on cash l. Insist'upon having the World's Greatest Medicine,

VESTIBULEo Monday, September :!Iltl. 1901 '

SEABOARD AIRLINE all that certain lot. parcel or tract of land: JOHNSON'S CHILL
and
I fMIT b lying and being in tbe town ot Late City FEVER TONIC.
and county Columbia. Mate ot t'lurida.
i' turmrrlybrlunging to Julia t:. Cline and

:1\? TRAINS 'comprising less. UIIM occupied one-halt acre by Hubert ol land: Campbell.more or Extra fna m Lttter OatOnaittlllt tf It has been on the market for the .

!; RAILWAY, by bounded lands of south Johu b>Coleuianwmirth Washincton street by lauds:east *. C, Au,.._' '6, IHS9. past seventeen years, and stand .
DOUBLE higher
DAILY SERVICE Caroline %htli,. w-kt by lauds ot Charles : I today aa curative agent k "
".tf. lUlloue and S. 11. Iladlry.a the northern At the Me of 50, with 23 rear of active than any other medicine made.
: st:_ dl\'blun ot the tow n ot Lake City. State t t+lincuoe.. am a careful Titkea thorough course of JOHN
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.I ." SOTTHEKX IJInSI: .'1[ :!1. 3i I Florida or so much thereol a, shall )lie : eau- i SONS TONIC and .
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1hcbo I __ ___ necessary to tbe satisfaction ot said decree uouslneaJuclagproprietary wadtctnusbuc i enjoy that keenpleasure
la Yille..a;. .ho 10 ar T *) pi 4 >p. Lv Jacksonville-__:__ ....:..' i 311 a' II I ugeiberttiluall o,K Purchaser to 'lcauculliClenUoUilJendOraeourJUHssuJ/'S in life that only belongs
loa'I- _.' it 3U at i uu 6IW I ___.___..-- tII P ti> title pay .
p p tAr Haldn iu --. .,,._.. w 07 a> v i CHILL AMI FSVSUTUMC as one of tile best I thoroughly well people.Costs ..
JlItP.ftL-- 17pl\lofllll.! ; ,",'- .. Waldo__....r___.... _. .II-1ua gyp :! Late city, 'Ia..July 3 b. H>l. comDimtiioD -
.lrSmu .. .. ."- 3 16 P II r. I' ..-.;. I tiaiuesulle..._ .-- ._-._-._- lUMp. T. a remedies Chills and lever I'
1rTtfrtaz:; ..,... ? 3 sit p4!, 134at...._. i. Cedar hey...---__ ,,, _.I a:!3 I:;111..-_.._.-.- \ M Ivts, Gouiplaiudut oi.ivfcKi. Snllcitor.cial Master.V. have ever uaed. It curwtfu the vitiated ecntUoas I 50 ceats a bottlj. Get it
M IkaaarL43P I'-l' Slia .._u "Stiver Spring.._-"----_ ..-.-.-.-.-..- I.I 3..>p1t. ,: of.the liver.relieve_U'felleU.aud w-du y. .
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.II' IIIII III- p a .--. ." (kala-------------- .. _._.' I I Iw __ pruuuHe alMorullun and assimilation! of I
I food
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Wild\\ood_...___ __. __ I. thus
.tr8lalet--r.--III-, aI: pi T -ilia'..,._ I' .. 2 Itt pj! :2 la a fulfilling all the imitation. claimed for It. '
J1 tullll< M'1e PIaH_.,. It Ss p1; M w a_.-.-.. Orlando. .. :3171'1 411! '! WILSON' CIRARDEAU, }
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Jr blttgk. -,-,- ; 14 a 10 r a :\ H Winter X. D.
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Jr _....-1 7OOaltr.&la.| .-.._. "Dade: <.' Park.------------ a 49 p. a' SAVANNAH GA.
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: ML t lIIGiI4 V .., < So:a' S 31 pj....... I. "Plaat 4 Ulp .,
gtonr- l) Ma'; 7 6 _.__._.... I M 5 Hi a ; .
1M' _.. ..- p1---------, Tampa _..__...._. .1 t a sup, ai5a -
Utttho.xe U (/a
-. -- U 25 alll11 1'I I )oUoFo<>aoO <)oUoUo<)o<)oO <) OoOoU U toUeUo<)o<)o<
a h1IidtlplllL1311 Pi tr>4!a't t. I I! w-4.: &:,:)
I u Ietr W'Olk.t 4 ::5 1'+, II Su a-! "- f 'Connection made
at Fefnandina ,
:f..g I with Cumberland route steamer, p Y
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; leaving Feruandina 1:30
; ;-r. /( except Sunday arriving p.Brunswick m. daily r.. I J H.
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.::.;.IDJ'it .15 I .p. m. Briggs M

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h trY.o4CttJuleE... _._ s Fernandina for Jack>on- !i PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
Irlatr ,....-...,-._ -__.. 1117 a :clue 7:40 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. i

'LiI'e.1bAlIwa..h...._' .-..--:I..__.__ lt03Pi! Arrivals' at Jacksonville M Now located" in the near end of the Perry Block;on Orange St. 4 '
"' P from
I.iUcsllo--" ''" ,, ...._. -,--. .-', w----.. s S }\,P P l I North and East. No. 37 &5.3 a. mmp .. A t I DR1 __ j With a Large Supply of Plumbing flaterial.! |3
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y.'ir ---- -- --- J\'j(
; .'So. 34 the Fla and Metropolitan Limited vestibuled train between Prices. Orders Promptly. FilltiL *w *

Ijdionville and New York, via Richmond and i ii --
Washington including draw- - ..- -
I froomdin1ng and olwervaman buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonville .
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l'1mpL"; rr.
JM maud Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train II I
consisting of day J
wjiho
mail baggage and express cars between
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l.f'>Bftoa btamers r\ iailThur,aDd for Pullman)laysll:00 Key West sleepers p.and m.between llayanna Jacksonville, Leave Port JacksonvilleandVash1 and Tampa New Sundays York. Tues- .> I l TomDston s s Manumont1 s tr


.15 11 aDd 1 sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. {
_- -clBUiafonnotion. at.City Ticket ollice 2t 2 W. TH .
Hay street.
Telephone 2ti W.
r "* ....ONORRHOEAGLEET Georgia, Vermont and Italian flarble.1 ;
/. JAS. M. BARR, R. E. L..BUNCH. :
g- .a V Granite Monument--*. Headlines. Talilets. Statuary, ALu Steel and V
Gen'ISup't Gen. Pass. Agent Wrought iron Fences. .
Parties
; needing Marble work will
"f CURE find it to .
Portsmouth. !
their Interest to write us fur
designs and
I ,XifcDONELL( t' prices. All Work iuiruUcd
Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville. Fla. SAFE SURE t i
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CURE YOURSELF
..e.....--r.u..ttaa Valdosta Marble Company
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55x1 ".-. .. ra c.- uaFur VALDOSTA GEORGIA. lymar'olt
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SUWANNEE RIVER ROUTE I -.;.....-.... ..-_. _. .,

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:-4\ .-Subject to change without public notice., I : I Superiority C T

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i.It. Nep ,_ .::iI"I' F sli
.116- ll ato I.v .. ...Vrrun........ .....:.... \-11')11111: 1 lug 111It. Is the distinctive characteristic of our -
12 bi P Ui .... ... .Uuaditla. ._. .......,.... .... :2 iY I' III l 52: a III Men's Women's "
.1a, Ii .1 m POI .. .. .. ...1 iruuu .. ........ ..... ... -.) ".., I' III "I a IIId' Boys' and Children'sSPRING ,
t: IO p IU Ar ... ...Cordcl......... .... ....Lv"U': III 2 Ija UI !
',,211" Y UA PI1 Lv .... .Cohl.-J. ... ... ..... ....Ar 1 OI p iii 1 15 1& III ..
1Utn; tbp m ..... .. .. \ I.bl\rn. .. .......... ...... I ) I It m I :Sa; m ,:. and SUMMERCLOTHING
tdlm' 130ptn \r.. ... ... :! Ap III IUOs III I I
-I. ... 33ltp; iii Lv .. ...... ..) .>.; II III 11555, III !I'I'I Y .
'iSa 1 4 05" 11\ .......... .-J'irlon./I! /1i"I' 'II 12 :?:!IIIIIh"II' I'I / I
it { 18p III .. .. ..... I \ .. .... .. .... ... ,11..1 a 111 12 11 II III I '
1k5. snip,,,, In Ar. .. .. ..ulJ."'ta.. ... ....... .\ III it :,5p III i I .
'1....a. ,S QIIIII; .Lv .. ....1'uhu-ti .. ........ .. ...Ar II 1u 1III 113..11I: 7 .' .
'1.11 113G"; ......... .Iaywr.... ..... ...... ... I IJolillll ,iii asp ut I
...3t. 1&1 .. .'hilt SI.rings... ...... ..... !I :::? a III 10 0'. I' III TRAOjBISARtt I II II'I NO
Ofity> .7OU P to ........: \'........ .. ....Lv 911Kalll t 40111ll I.! STOCK in the SOUTH : :
'Ip 11Lv. .. .! \...... .... ..... .s IllIa 111 !9 :''Up III I
Ntttit': 8 JIm ... .. .taIllI'+uu City...... ... . S. I a III s u I' m equals ours In QUAN PITY QUALITY, VARIETY, L
lij..' 817p I'l .. .. . ... .1IlmI'I01I......._.... .. ... :r.u III : 51p III BALKE'SLIVE I! or general excellence of STYLE and FINISH and
"L'*...::... .B lipm .\r . ..I'alalta ....:.... ... .__ .I.v 6 1'i It III t; Ii) I' w : LQUAL QUALITY c I t


-..i"I.IZ. Ip to II I .V. .UAlNKtiVILLK.. ....I.s"l', t'itv.FLA.. .... .....Ar S fA"1 in I > '\111 in OAK !: :1 ':ti Cur Prices Always Lead. in '

1$. q m taJ p.n1 Lv ....... .Sampson ('it). .. .. .....Ar 7 4ii a in I I I":7 ;:,: ,,11\ /qIJ -4.-
"nt |JAr. ... ... .nlille rille..l.\' 64"a m I 1,011 :i in ''I j Ladies' luiJor-Uade Suits III

," i : ." XOUTH BOUSD bCllF.IULEd. II! Waists, Skirts Underskirts .' t\ \ I

1_. Via McoijOolGKvNC; AStLnv.IIMVntl: I: and rOIlIlI''IOIiS._ WHISKEY Corsets, Neckwear, Underwear +k!t'' ); I 2i 3

4IllIn Lv ... latke City........ .Ar, 6"iUa ni W'J' if l in especially exclusive eI tl Ni I
IS'2'**., -111111; At. ... ..... .M.tniii: .. ... ... ..J.*''II Vi |,11I 'MA in SOFTENED BY selections . ,
t5a In At . .. Atlanta .. .. .. .. ...J.S :!a'l'| m :! a :II ACE.Awardd : ... \ 'I I
\'.p : l /0p in Ar .. .. .Cliallanooga...... .. J-\. 2.1.11I j' HI a in I. I I... :;" .' .I' I .
:N IMJlIU Ar ......\u-hvtllr.:...... .. LM \ <) 101' 111IU :a> 1 I'III GcU Medal% at Atlanta Exposition, MAIL/ORDERS I
R 118a III Ar l..oins. .... L\ 8JJipi W It! a mTTl I I -
tl5 yf: I 7 n). III $ . .. .. .(.illC' nlllll, .. .. .I.t' tI 1n1 P to i-t-it ni the solicited. Careful attention, and shipments C.O.D. II I
BQlatu \r. . .. eu.icagu. ... .1.\) WoI.. I Is best and purest 11! with privilege of examining before paying U/r Y
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) Rye Whiskey sold II) Correspondence invited.----- .
I tintimetoshnwn I
-Tr i | Rains.lu not 'lop, ; i .. _' _._-_ .-_ ... .. .
s'iM-Santi4the L.'iiii W.i : :;=== = ;; :,:;;, ,.. :.. "'- '-.--- .. ..
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1I.ltfllle.+ .111. vial ild.ra: ..i.l ihrwvl. l* (ur "1..I.i l in* rust It 10... in the South.I
,. .alt. I.hll'.tlalka. OIlt'o fur Illo rl'c.t'JIi'lIl of l'a !of'al'I+ itt_rS'/iv 'ot. M.yl! I//
htiJ'blalns that tlnle ID 'lIcon Cuioll .)eitot on reiu.-n until :3t: ) a III. and can be R. r. BALKE & CO. ProprietorsCINCINNATI I H. Levy&rod !

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Laosp, H BRV }:nl s. Ciders luil-il w cur fcioJ orate will ba SAVANNAH GEORGIA. .

>.. T..ISS,. ..Agent. .ilacou.Ga. F P A Jacksoaviile, F la. 6t1ad :tam oA r D..az.t. ttQJ1&w4'"' 1..Un.'i I .. I j


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THE. CITI2EN-RE } 1 ,
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Another Lesson rates, to the north, west and I Nine= HE BINE.

southwest, via the Louisville and i
: in Health: Louisville and I "
Nashville R. R The Tenths ,__b ,i
t ? :\CKACHE-lumlia o-rhea. Nashville R R. offers the lou-est:1: ,
matism-tired 'out leeiingall ;straijjhfrates to all points throughout -: of Pure Juices from Natural
indicate disorder in the the north, northwest and south- feofc:
1 % kidneys. No of
hope good
health while your kidneysare I west, and summer tourist tickets to: all the

wrong. They are the strainers of all lake and mountain resorts EGULATEStlis Liver, SomachaiUCf! !

- r the blood to have and health.must be kept right ifyou're : through the north and northwest, also 'I People C Cleanses the Sst rl, PurifieSt t
Through
ii to the Pacific:: coast.

4f make Folejr'g the hille"s Kidney ngbt Cure-to put is guaranteed them in per-toIl sleeping car tickets sold to 'incia-i Suffer 'JRES r Maferia! Biliousness GcI Y
t / fect health. You run no risk. It's guaranteed nati, Louisville, Nashiille, St. Louis, ,
[, t buy a bottle today if you're not ..i I u Weak Stomach
t r i feeling rieht, j i.Chicago and New Orleans For detailed from a llrnpalrnd! Di
: \V.L.UCY. PadllCah.KJ..writes-"1 had
[ 1 1 ,. A se.ere case 01 kidney disease and three of the inclination, of tho perfect r

l +Sl M. ( i + +I, n best.ithout physicians success.of southern I was Kentucky induced treatedme to try i I'f f passenger service offered by theL.&N. Diseased; Eeni Battle CoLiiietd( fa trice jfixxifc &\"

l ( l\\ I'!' 'oey's Kidney Cure., The first bottle lave R. R., showing through schedules :.:._: : uo-rn.ii: SUALx.
,; I I: t 11I1 immediate relief and three bottles curo: I
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permanently. I gladly recommend this won sleeping car lines, and for rates, Liver. Price, CIO Ct'in.rlr.parcd ,
derful remedy." ,reservations and any de ired information -
BANNER SALVE is the healer. by JAMES F. 8Al.ARD..St.1auirL.
great call on or address, IJ. II. Hopkins -
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Jack-
Florida passenger agent,
i sonville, Fla. C. L. Stone, general I '
: Sold by Geo. W. Price. .
j, passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. .1 Sold by Geo. W. Price.JfTTT .


iiK J. D. CALLAWAY, I Dr. W.1 M Ives, Jr.. II !j The World's Greatest Fever "i
I : {, Medicine. T-T V

a f i i REAL BROKER ESTATE AND (; PHYSICIAN. AND SURGEON ii i Johnson's Tonic does in a day what -- .
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Tt I INSURANCE AGENTI i slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. h
I I LAKE CITY, FLA. PHOXE 119.I ;1 1I' Its splendid cures are in striking con- The
: ak City. Fla. trast with the feeble cures mabe by
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Offers
to both
----- sexes
Quinine.If a good .
I E ROBEUSOS. A. B. KVALU you are utterly wretched l, take a FloridaAgricultural'. cation along.the lines of,,
ii OTIS R. PARKER: Jasper Fla. I I Lake City Fla. |l thorough course of Johnson Tonic :
I ROBERSON fc SMALL. I II land drive out every trace of malarial Modern thought aril %:

Attorney At .- Law. ..1.TTOl'El8' .11' L.rlH'.i';lives aoionin'J'be and the wiser wise insure insure their their = Scientific Industrial, Literary, .Mi1i3r

I LAKE CITY AND JASPER, FLA. | health by using Johnson's Chill and Departments. ,:)filli
LAKE CITY, FLO1tID.1.DRe complete outfit of
1 I Will do a general practice State andFederal : fever Tonic. It costs 50 cents if it I College. apparatus> Itperisea
courts. Col lections and reduced to a ,minima.,
con.yanc'lng not if it does not
cures; one cent ,
1 I Lake City ufflce: Second floor \"in- j Short-band, Telegraphy_ :(-
Block dUtiftlTr I
keepinjj. taught FfiEE. _
E. RIVIERE, I Young Mr. (Capers, who recently I Send for a New Catalogs la:.I

z DENTIST I ; achieved a United ferrates district at-
: / \V. }<'. YOCUM.Prw.
T. B.OL.UZBR, i tornejship in South Carolina, stands
Office upstairs in the rear of Pi ice's l>rng Lake City,R ,
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Store. Lea; ('!TI". rl4 ATTORNY-AT-LAW. j- up to clear himself of the suspicion" .
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that he is ''McLaurin "
LAKE cirr. FLA. > a Democrat. I ,
I COMMKIiCIAL COLLECTIOXS !! lie asserts that he is a Republican of zl.S6..c.1>."...1".? ,, l;..s .. 1';...5J'iI r j.m. .
D R. J. L. NIBLICKPHYSICIAN A SPECIALTY.I the straight ariety- I it.
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i I Ortlce: Marion street up stairs over ?Irs.I' : j. <
AMI SURGEON ., T. A. IVrrv's,building formerly occupied by I
Residence Phone. No. 11 boozer SCallanay.Practice .
in all suu Courts,
prompt atten1 -
Headquarters at tt ISB s Ilrug t. re. All .PtJditunJGUARANTEED
boo to all Husmes. Mortgages and Deeds
letlbere Mill be
1 i messages promptly attended to. draw and ackuou I..dgt.m"uh taken. CKOEg {
s r MASTER IN CHANCERY FOR $5,000 DEPOSIT
LAKE CITY FLOU1DA.
iaal-iW COLUMBIA COUNTY '
I / jJ R. R. FARE PAID
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I I! 200 FREE
P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR.. -- -, I Scholarships olfered.
Write quick to ,
CA.-ALA.BI'SINESECOLLECEMacon, ,Ca.
jrn BUILDER. .
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...LAKE CITY FLORIDA... i

A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES.CALL I
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ON ME BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KINO OF WORK. sue snrW Sill wtlNr ? I

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i \VORMS !' i VERMIFUGE WHITE'S CREAM MathPAU a' Malycc 1 Lllke th it Botthni,1't

)\00&ID QaaaLry. JIeoIlD Quality. i ii ..

i For".20 Years Has Led ail Worm Remedies. H1JlY} I O.i. A roaM 'I

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S.AHASELTINE'S: "ATCHEIf f cnaicsr '.
Sold by Geo. W. Price. '.Mont fiiliiTS IYiS :,
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I Protect orchards:ja'dens.. cotton:corn I Y
tobacca curum'lt'r.tomatos and rti J-
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traits and vegetable Irom the ravage of')! Yej
I Insects w ithout the use ot poison or spray, l
Nashville Gliattanooga & St. LouIs Rij I send tl tor sample trap bp maiL [ .-Y-' ;
I I' Addrt'I AGENTS WANTED IN EATERY COUNTY. 'I bles, Tobaccos, Cig

-AXD- J. D,SCTTON. Seedsman. .

Western and Atlantic, R. R. i i See local notice in an/fiber/ column.Ocala aug-l-6m.Ma. I', Nuts, Raisins, Applj

t "Battlefields Line" ''it _
1 And Fine Candies '- -
Through/ sleepers to t'hattahoola, Nashville, and St. Louis. connecting in |! White + Bronze \
union depots for Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, Memphis l land :\IA t'F.CTl"RERS'm OF -
3 all points West and North-west. I rloNUMEI'TS. BOTTLERS i.
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C. HABXAN,O. P. A.,Atlanta,Ga. T. M DOYLE, F. P. A. Jacksonville,FlAre I, -i' Water Sarsaparilla Strawberry, Citigef Ai I
Seltzer Cider, Etc.Geo. .
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storm, TornadO. and Cyclone sur nGe.1 ;, J. Davis. Manager; 1 1all

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I BEST AMERICAN AND FOREIGN INSURANCE I 1 g 1 i

COMPANIES REPRESENTED"" i .. l-). I 4
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Uest Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. / .!J.. 2 SUMMER HEAT

Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. i i -. -. :: -"_..-..'...-.. ;I Il'
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-< "oh: <..-J' = I I I! thermometer will Soon be climbing tci the Summer
: Chalker & Small Agts. i neat mark. You will soon biJhmg you could
Are more enduring than stone: better anilcheapir. I contrive\OIlCln.to get along without that awlully not range.
Endorsed by scientists as O .
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x Carriage Maker and Undertaker convenient anti economical \u baol"\<- you want
Alw for Star'Vind L It
agency: Mills and T'm-I costs but little and is a treat labor >ain* device
pie Puiui and Tubular Well maker All All M7.t's'-1Iltb or without cooking!: utensils "
Coffins and Caskets always on hand at reasonable prices, Promt* VI -\ prices reduced. juucT 1 I,.
attention to CALLS Day or Night Telegraphic orders promptly at- 4W li
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FINEST HEARSE IN Tin CITY. O'

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O. liUK/iesandVajiouiliir sale and Uuilt to Ord.-r. Ceneral. Kepairi -Doos] [ Sash Blinds M louldin ij : ware prices*the TIII'arE'Io"'es3 considering IU mitT qU.1hlc., JU ahu.,..,s:"-scant l I :.
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.' R, FLA.O I11311j -- ANDBuilding Material.- Tin-Roofii afl and GuuerlDo a Special* ;fj.r :

HAMILTON- STR. LAKE CITY.
CHflfiiESTON, s. c. : G :- J. D. STREETY. --2 i
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