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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 16, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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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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it U different. I be found in his :actions when
1 as Aug. 1:, 1901. Hanna has probably he is restrained OBJECTS TO PETROLEUM.-- -
no more love for Foraker than he A Jerseyman who by public sentiment or fear John C. Fisher of New E'-'S!j
jtraf Robley D. Evans. had went out for apleasuredrive of I York; says I4s ?
when the latter consequences. He is his real self the IZb-Kiii.
wanted keruseue'uil
$cb'rsbonhl, in the ..opinhkfriends to be "with his sweetheartnot cure fur ntusquitoe 7? jB
Governor; but the exigencies when he is free to act, to indulge"i i is '
of worse than
politics long the ailment
received
ago and
( regard the letter a needed that
have compelled these i meanness, or passion, or cruelty, j I the s
written him by Acting natural though. rather_ severe. lesson on 'thenecessity toward pets can be destroyed by using
enemies
to make some creature which
their
..ry Efcckett, for telling the bed together, of being bjynane to animals cannot the agencies that nature has provided -
retaliate
and
,thus there is 'Harmony' in this and has no means of de- !in the form ?
"of
among day and
k{is his book about the manner generation. It fence. The insect-eating
; O1t1 tittle Billy" Chandler Buckeye Republicans." was a very: hot day, and when the Jerseyman who is the I birds. This doubtless explain the Vis S
The Knights[ of Labor unenviable hero of the incident fact
have drive
was why Floridians
meted hiin'because he would not combined about half over the horse : are so little
: with the American I above recorded was subjected to this bothered
Anti-Trust became balky., 'The 'driver there- by this insect. The article
|it tie dirty political bargains
test and
League he
and apparently failed.
He follows
employed a well-known upon lost his :
temper and
Chandler made while he was gave the
: Washington lawyer to may have had an idea that by hU Petroleum
animal an
prepare a unmerciful destroys foliage .
Then ruins
beating. ; ,
of the Navy, as an honothan' r la k of "
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for consideration
plan for
helping the steel strikers the his horse water and is
trouble disagreeable
Admiral by began. A constable saw in odor. s :
disgrace
a
: ,
y he
starting legal him was showing a manly and stern I would rather
proceedings
'11 against and promptly arrested him forcruelty'to suffer mosquitoesthan
a Democrat. That was f. Jyis
the strength of
steel character
trust under the anti-trust animals: Fie was unableto which would hare our beautiful salt meadow
Oundler ..
officiallymistreated t
r= laws of every state in whith it oper pay the and his impress the girl in the seat beside I I 1 lanJ:11: tide creek and .
aid that was why he found it so money, companion him. I bays and
ates. i
Ex-Attorney General Monett settled the i streams filled tutu
busineu for him./ Then I' uero-sene. Xj
pto'jet:him censured by the presiainiaJstration. of Ohio, has been instrumental in :I she went home and Some men have an Idea that women tree, vine, flower or lawn
wrote him note can sur1 1
But
there IsA 1-
rather '1
starting these organizations after and this is admire those who are capable vive where
petroleum
what
reason why Admiral Evans It said: .-. prevails, an-l
consider the big trusts. In a letter to an official Whe'n' a raan'will" so brutalijfbeata of cruelty. These men are II j if we must sacrifice the greenery of
iavU r this censure an honj.ilt to fit
trying
of one of them ,he said: "You horse and so easily lose his sixteenth century ideas 1 the world to reduce the mosquito .
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4ia'i, given him for telling temper, into '
; have twentieth
the correct idea. Under- century civilization: let u*
the a woman marrying him would take i crop tolerate the mosquito,
te eryone knows
to have been It
Ohio Anti-Trust cannot he done. It is true that I.The.
Act ;
we can reach the chance of the same treatment." j| say "
truth
bL a Department, which them in Ohio right now, both crimi- And the rest of the note released women admire a brave man, and of-i i real practical method of de- l- Jt j

iiQt had one word to say of the nally and ten the man in question is a soldier !j str- '
civilly. We have the him from the engagement. sing mosquitoes is to adopt: aol
;base of Rear Admiral Scbley, or a hunter, but there is : Sri'i
strongest act under which to attack Most : a very fine j universally
of Its people will be of the opinion encourage nature's rem-
If
employes. Mac lays them distinction between the brave '1 s
of any of the states except: that the young lady in question did man edy-the breeding of mosquito eating -
approval, as. he appears to Texas: We and the man who i is ever ready to'inflict !!
can till the species of bird
any jails, with exactly what was right, and that she { life. The night
honest
",.. .bare' man ought- to beI ,violators of our nnfl.f__ n rnaf___ .fawn_.._,, _ra was fortunate in disrnvprinir the,__ dis-- rain. What the modern' _u .girt.n ,i j hawk (whippoorwill) and swallow live

- "'to the disapproval of theDepartmeut rapidly a* they can jail working men I position of her fiance before instead sees to admire in the soldier is not i wholly upon mosquitoes, and in districts

( .'..' as at present, con-, for co tempt.'" The outcome of of after'marriage. Insensibility to his willingness to shoot other men, where these birds are -

his movement will be' the but his readiness to be shot himself: dint the biped 51
efldal watched with pain of another is not a trait natives are never annoyed i i
I reports, just published interest, both by the trusts which which is particularly desirable not his murderous impulses, but his by mosquitoes Put down the

.e'Department, Gen. Cbaf- lu.. sacrifice of personal safety. The ji
are after I practice of
everything, including the either a husband or a wife. While, I I destroying these birds

-/;written some very plain freedom of the individual, and the of course, it is not to inferred that kind of woman who would like a man i for their plumage and breed them ;

:.ieConcerning "a scheme of better after seeing him in
"'for anti-trust men who believe that it is every man who will beat his horse act cruelly mosquito-infested districts and ?

'eot damages done by necessary to break the power of the will also beat his wife, cruelty to an- toward: a helpless animal is not fit I the obnoxious insect will soon be reduced -
.to Chinese Christians for '
con- a civilized
I with the American trusts in some way before they become imals so vitiates the moral nature country. '( and kept down so effectively I

Congre- too strong to be broken that those [ as to be no annoyance. This is
-al[ Mission by any perceptions upon which a Mr. _Daniel Bantz not mlivStti
submitted him Ottersville Ia. i
to ,
other ; theory it [is
means than brute force. The I I sense"of justice depends: are blunted. ; scientific fact.
_."1ei..Conger askingboth a says: "Have had asthma and a bad .
anti-trust I The salt meadow
men are also after Attorney The intimacy of marriage is close lands of the Great -
jvuiland so cough for but ,,.
Indemnity from the years, could get .
',' General Knox:, to know why he that happiness can only exist where no South Bay of Long Island probably
I relief -
froi
Government. the doctors
It be in- and medi- I
may breed
,
4from the official of I doesn't proceed against the steel there is. mutual forbearance, together I cines I used until I took Foley's ; more mosquitoes than any '

' expression trust for having violated the Sher- : with a certain sensitiveness to the Honey and tar. It gave immediate 'other quarter in the world, and yet

$ which: follow, that Gen. man anti-trust law. They may not feelings of others. The who relief and done me more good than 111! Ie neighboring inhabitants-the 1
Vdld not:O.- K. the scheme man all the other remedies f
ii lleme1oficttlement .' succeed in making Knox do anything does not possess this sensitiveness W. Price. combined. G. I occupants of those beautiful man

-e ail ito t but they will call public attention to may not be actually cruel to either j ions in the Merrick Road overlook-

j me'is.very. much in the his failure'to do what he wife Thomas Jefferson rug the bay and '
,''9f- business".called might. or children, so far as physical has been held up ocean-are not

'" 'squeeze, Outside of those interested in and maltreatment is concerned, but he as authority by both the gold and J j troubled to any annoying extent, because -

,- ,tJ.-J ve bear:: a "feat* deal about in responsible for the job, for job it Will say and do things which are the silver standard 'men. It seems of the abundance of swallows. ?sjjfflj

.: .' <. .fi;;, .i' is, even if a little one., it Is doubtful' quite as brutal na a blow with n' uhin.. .,. probable that the same eminent, I j These birds-the purple martin-are
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Ji11fof i. prominent Ohio whether a single member of tbe last would be.: There are a dozen cons latesman: will be invoked by both ;| bred by every gentleman's household -

":JIKt tt\f lcbt ola.tbe;following story, congress had any idea that the itemIn siderations[ which are likely to re- t tie local option and the state pro- i.: along the great highway, and
Illustrate I
_ tslr'a(1oi,to
the diffeat the agricultural bill, carrying anappropriation strain him from wlfeM>eating-the h ibition advocates. J hundreds of them circle the homes
bttfeen..the n and now in the I j andMoore' keep the grounds free
of
of
fcJO,000 for "porno- opinion of his neighbors, custom the _
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licaa'p arty!' of Ohiof Tbe fear Pilules are a guaranteed j; pest throughout the
logical investigation" was an enter- i that his wife invoke the summer. Ahalf -
may
$citadeSeDatis Hanna c Ire for all forms of Malaria
for tie re-election has lately ng.wedge for the payment of an export I law, fear of retaliation by her relatives C hill* and Fever Swamp Fever, Ague, )[a-, I dozen bird honses are maintained '
of in
Senator the
fruit bounty by this or the 1 trial Fever orchards and upon the
waker is iris govern- merely fact that it is Bilious Fever, Jaun-
striking contrast to ment. The cat': is now 'out of the not usual for American husbands to di Ice, Biliousness, fetid breath anda lawns, and any one wbo will instigate ,,4

attitude the Junior Senator as- hag and, in answer to. a letter from express: their sentiments in that red, listless feelIng. They cure the conditions of the localities
toward his colleague : Rheumatism and the lassitude fol- where this MrHIxscf
present is in
e the Secretary Wilson, the Comptrollerof way. But if his nature is essential o wing blood poison produced from practice vogue will -

:ttlLhef: Cleveland man had politi- the Treasury has decided that the ly cruel h'will find ways to torture malarial; poisoning. No Quinine. j I never advocate petroleum or any

hisown to fry. The late money can be used either to guarantee those dependent upon him which N'o I Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not I substance that will destroy the beau-

4,L,Conger, formerly National a minimum return to shippers oren I worse than physical pain. The true are r win stomach or teeth Entirely i ties of nature more than the object ,

tteeman, and a friend of Jas. all : test of man's character is not to ta Price, 50c per box. Dr. especially administered to. ,;
11 slur told defray or part of the transportation C.! C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Drain i I Propagate{ the purple martin-the

i the story in a, series i charges: In other words, t =-: ;:- .n,treet, St. Louis, Mo. (;t'o. W. j f large species of swallow-and the

UicleierslBlS9rat} the time fit can be used to pay a bounty to the : Price' druggist. [mar-'U1-lye] j I mos ,, Haanarias
) : making his cam- shippers American >fruit 'who are i IAlllIII j

for election to"the Senate, af- fortunate enough to be in the good has been nearly a month since i+ A ('UREFORCITOLERA INFANTUM. -

tlag been.appointed Gov. graces of Secretary Wilson. The Ml CWHEXMN. Henry Watterson told the Demo- I .

:II to succeed John Sherman. government bounty idea has never : ratic party what it must do to be "Last May," says Mrs. Curtis Ba

thief evidence of Hanna's ha- lyed. The party can't stand this ker, of Book-waiter, Ohio, "an infantchild
-'f been a popular one in this country The skin is the seat of an almost end- n 4sW

Q It ForaKer was shown during and the administration i. likely to less variety of diseases. They are kncwu eglect' much longer. of our neighbor was suffering _

:tf the latter* campaigns for hear considerable about this new by various names, but are all due to the from cholera infantum. The doctor
of aame cause, acid and other poisons in THF.IU SECRET IS OUT. I hal11
Goernor-you will re- the next session of given up all hopes of recovery ftX
bounty during the blood that irritate and interfere with j\ Sadieville
'that Foraker three Ky., was curious toearn I 1 took a bottle of Chamberlain's
'h was congress. the proper action of the skin.
..:l.CJndiJate, for fiarernnr. Tn have a unooth. soft skin free from 1 i the cause of the vast improve- j Colic] Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy --

., fer :was chairman of the ASTOUNDED THE EDITOR. all eruptions,the blood must be kept pure lent in the health of Mrs. S. P. f j to the house, telling them thttlisure

Committee and health). The many preparations of 1 Vhittaker, who had for alone time Ifj it
and Foraker's clos- Editor S. A. Brown; of Bennetts- arsenic ana potash and the number would do good if used -F
large ndured Is
gJ !tlcal-friend.: e untold suffering from a ji according: to directions. In two
According'to ville 'S. / of face powders and lotions UV1
C C. was once immensely sur- generally c beanie bronchial days' time the child had -
ger's used in thia class of diseases trouble. "It is allue j fully recovered -
story Chairman of cover
? prised. "Through long suffering up and is
now
: for d to Dr. King's New (nearly a yearsince
1 ehCommittee a short time, but cannot remove Discovery, I ,
: J"kodtgd ;he"went to from dyspepsia,"' he 'writes, "my DW1el1tly_the ugly blotches and the red per- writes her husbanJ. ''It completely have) a vigorous, healthy girl. I
nkomincndfd
raised money for theand wife was greatly run down. She had disfiguring pimples. c need her and also cured our little this remedy feequently -

$ 1IIia.. among other men saw: no strength or vigor and suffered fforaal vlgllmnoe Im thm priommt of grad< whooping daughter of a" severe attack fail I in a and single hare instance.never "known JI\w1ale it to ** <

Is'National Hanna was. then un- I great distress from her stomach, but m btmutlful ooon l.xlon. C cough's cough.colds, la It grippe positivelyures bron- I by G. \V. Price, druggist. ,- -* ;

politics, but he I she tried Electric Bitters which when such remedies are relied on. c hitis: all throat and lung troubles. "
!??!J.:h maIL and had Mr.H.T.54obe. Lucas Avenue St. I Arrangements, are being perfected "?/, ,
been a lib- helped her at once, and, after using riot Lctiia. guaranteed bottles 50c and nOli. i 'i 'it&'i
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,wtributor to campaign ,funds. four bottles, she is entirely! well and fro vita says a aisfiroinf:J'My daughter crupuon wa oa afflicted hot face for,which year Trial[ bottles free at Geo. W. Price's as rapidly as possible for tbe use of -

",rP fJr a ed on' this occasion can eat anything It' a grand tonic mined *U treatment.- bbe was taken to two -- -'-- Beaumont! oil for fuel in all the locomotives -
and Its laxltive qualities are I.'Icbrattclllcalth tpruifi. but iecntd 110 teue.At. General,: prosperity has not skipped f.
,, CoLConger eaU he gentle Many medicines were preicnbed but withMt of the Southern Pacific System. '
4 'that an- splendid for torpid liver, for indiges- rcaull.astir we decided to try s.S.S.,and by the.breweries. One beer foundry i. Already nil is
he would five. 'not stomach and tbe time she tut bottle was being used oa
a tion, lOlls .of fioiahedlheeruption
appetite i n St. Louis sold a million barrels of ,j > ,
t Foraker,' hU declaration- liver troubles its a guaranteed cure. began loduappear. A doses bottles cured her about nine hundred miles of the
completely aad left her skin
perfectly moota.
1"atauated b adjectives .bothDigestion Only 50c at Geo. W. Price, druggist. ,She is now eteiiteeii yarn old;and nut a sign at its product during the twelve! months road in California. The company Uboring "

( -L' the.embarrassing disease has ever returned." ended Aug. 1, 1901. I its own wells in the Et'aumontrand
I 'a. S. B. 14 a posiuve. unfailing cure iw ,
'Theplan of haying the legislaturemeet the worst farms of skin troubles. is erecting .storage tank,
It is I O. O. Buck, Beirne, Ark., says: "Iwas = 6 .q
alt only, once in four years has j tbe greatest of all blood purifiers, and thecmly troubled with.xoa tipatiou until f each with a capacity of more than '

aroused popular enthusiasm in one guaranteed purely vegetable. V)ljI -
great I VOO gallons, at Houston; ,Algiers.
.Bad blood makes bad complexions. lOu -p'\WjtXJl' t !e-. Early sin
MC mlae19b3e.s in. Alabama. pacifies- and invigo* Iiserstirely jlnce t1n tLiYe been' n-}.., Antonia, El Paso. Phoenix and
--+ IMt
** eat I TIn CCCiJV rate the olddmakes cured of m1 oIa comtitnt.._ J ether. : important points along tbi t "-

B 'idl not because they vaut to I cases of cough or croup give the new,rich blood ,recommend, thetm.teldl'ise:1:! ., I road( '
0ecruse
they wuet.' little one One Minute Cough Cure. > that nourishes the. f I

hwr they are irritable sad fretful'aaoot Then rest, easy and have no fear. I j body and keeps the I Col. J. Hitin, 4dito.of'the Si-,

t t>sanplairt be t thErw i e, The child will be all right in a little hits active and healthy and in propel j ',nah Jlortiing News and president .

f nt a bad lasts in the while. It never'fails.' Pleasant to condition to perform its part toward 'of 1 the News Publishing Company;;j HEADACHE
enie s at the carrying oft the impurities from the body. :
pit of the stow- safe and
take always sure
a almost ,If have Ecaema Acne has anr tofed himself a candidate
,Truer ,
-T luJrn of puffy tomes, instantaneous in effect.. A_ n. you Salty}
fwnta'a ana what not. Rheum, Psoriasis, or your skin ia rough i for theti: Yer rship. of Georgia i '\ '

ett5taltos i wanly proved by perm OA8TOR.ZA.- and pimply- tend for our book on Blood ] He i iud is an bjt business a man : ;
t w severe I stiR'and write our mans oil 1u
cuse
phygifctri
"""'. """I I ct intftrlty and Georgians ou .
Sarsaparilla hew the pans about your case, No charge what
for this service.liiwlfl lo no better.t-haa.to elect him the!/
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Uncle nose Gives his Views.
I STATE FAIR NOTES. !J

\ Uucle dose came into the ouire

I The famed Jessamine gardens of the other day., vitha*'knowing look

Pasco" County; will exhibit it the upjrviiU flee, iiiJ we )ked him

State Fair.j =4 ; h4 > fQ MMv m ''what be would>iJ.bzc. ; """ii,!-
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bon hC'tiaitt.-1J-Q tell I
: The Fair Management announce Wtll JO'JI

-that Cassava and velvet beancstall- I de troof, I'd like to be one o" dee F On Jellies

fed Florida steers will be exhibitedat !! heah rear a n preserves and p1ekIec,1pftq

I the Fair from the ExperimentalStation i secin' so much aboutalq dij paper thIn coating of rte

1, I with a full .history of the starting in the feet or Rankles ,1\Vhy. m lo* ..').h'.iJ_1< *hive t j lA [FAR

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i feeding experiment by Prof. Htock- comes from a weak or diseased educated and trained uj and li a AffiNE

, t bridge. The animals will be killed, brave man before you could Ix* an
heart-a heart that cannot keep
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and the beef served from the re- aJ liral." I WAXI
I the circulation. The blood
freshment stands. 'up jY ins= .j jutjhpught UQ.u ,
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j jt L There is to be a unique- display: "' in'- then settles in- the lower 1 mbs do as well as Sampson 1 could ttte a acid down"""'other-. Pars5n..ars about Was u..a.&IM..q IIIn1ll:. ;111

THE OUTLOOK the experimental Farm exhibits where the watery portions ooze one o' dew ;IH-S' l o.itai 1 sit o it de d+rsctoasta Sold see.pool,.q.l.r.JI4ip. .III

t 11 1 I from Lake City of cassava bread, out into surrounding tissues way well de' light war lib r. an' 'dm STANDARD OIL CO.
For a woman's happiness in the married come Ult an :;1y MiJu't w- wiv inah
state depends less, as a rule, upon the cakes, wafers and pancakes, with I, causing bloat and swelling. I" -K' an' caUlk rest f t>\\art s an call

man she is to marry than upon her own' Florida butter and Florida lIyru ). It The heart must be Strengthened ;for de court ob inqulrt aiiave* health. The woman who enters upon will be good for man as well as bi-ast. hist'ry chaagetl, 'cau-' l' I wuufu be de

marriage, suffering from womanly weakness They cook it while you wait. and built up before the dropsy buss o" de ranch."
is"heaping up trouble against the and the -. -- --
li be cured to :
The Fair Management can stay;
day of trou e." says ,you : \Ym. Finn, of Li}u.t, O obtainedexcellent
1 Weak woman are made strongand I had better watch Lee County, she is I best of all heart medicines is result from the use of 1.'tl"ley' .
sick women are made well by the use of i going to till a house. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. -- -=:
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is Kidney ('urC'. "It rrlie\'eIlIllY .
The large kennels and Poultry J \ndre sailed (,n his eipeditiaslscovery
the one reliable regulator. It dries en- I made feet backache and severe pain o\ertbc i'
feeblin drains, heals inflammation and I farms at Milton, Ned Fay, manager, j ti swell Heart so that disease they had my to be hi|I"-i. It toned OIJ" Astern and gave ( : to the north pole is Julj !

ulceration and cures female weakness. i are giving three prizes. A trio of lanced in several places. One me new vim and en rr. It i-an :: 13, and calculated that ie sp.lj ,="

It nourishes the nerves and invigoratesthe their finest bred 11. P. Rocks for the bottle of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure honest and reliable remedy, a sure return in three je3.-5. Henvean. t rf-
entire womanly organism.: makes I and twelve bottleswonted cure for all kidney diseases.: G.V.. .
helped me
best trio of Florida ended several
breed nets
the baby's advent practically painless, any or age, complete care." Price. ', ago,JEt
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and gives strength nursing, mothers. hatched. Five dollars for the I, RWfcTT,Barnard,Ko _- to new- has been received Iron tit _
Jim
I suffered for twelve yean with female best cockrel and four pullets of any Suppose appease Mr. Bryan by ; arctic explorer. His d 3PIlWab-=
trouble writes IlL Milton Grim, of Adair, I breed, also 13 for the best trio of him write the Schlcy .
,which brought other dueato allowing to \\p.-obably be forever "
Adair Co. Iowa ducks of any breed. We hope they i Dr.' Miles'Heart I wrapped! a
heart trouble Bright' Disease nervous plank of the next Democratic plat the !
will not off their j impenetrable mysteriesthattnr;
ness and at times would be nearly paralyzed. i I carry own prizes.
Had neuralgia of stomach. 1"" freely say !..,- form. round! the illusive pole.Q8f3TORI8. =
your raedtooes (nine bottles in all five of 'Fa- I ----- :
To Pan
vorite Prescription. four of 'G<.lden Medical -American Exposition. Cure Extreme h twtb'i i is a greattax
Du.coYcry: ,'and two vials of Dr Pierce's PcUefc.). SEABOARD AIR UXE. --. ','
have cured me. I can work with comfort now. upon the digestive poser of ba-
but before would be tired all the time and have The rates from Lake City to the j! to the heart .
a dizzy headache, and my nerves would be alt gives new strength bies; when puuy and feeble they :_
lID>UUug so I could not sleep. :Now I can bleep Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, (i the circulation stimulates dose of White's Bears" I"
and do a big dav t work soruethmg I had not New York, are $ 9.10, limited to Nov. j regulates should lie given a ;;; "
done for over eleven years before. 3rd, returning: and $4180, limited to I. the digestion and restores Cream Vermifuge. Price 2.i cents Signature

Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical 15 days returning. For any information I'l health. Sold G. W. Price. i ofa ( };
druggists on _
Ij Adviser, in paper covers sent free on apply to any agent on line or A. by __ ___ _. __n = .
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receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense O. MacDonnell, G. P. A., Jacksonville a ., . ------r;,
of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Fla.There ; guarantee.D tq y.(, .. () ( () () () () :9 n. .) () () () () ;(&i1i'a) () ( () (' )

Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.5CHOOl80ARD Miles Medical Ox. ElMuit ImL
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is a slight hitch ia the negotiations
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being carried on by William Miss Huth Hanna, who is to christen Hin H.

PROCEEDINGS. Waldorf Astor for a titled husband | ,the cruiser l'le'relandfill use M J H. Briggs U.: .
1
i for his daughter. It is believed, I water instead of wine. We feared {i! }IJ

Tbe School Board of Columbia however, that the price will yet be I: all along that,. Uncle Mark had designs i '

County met in regular session in satisfactorily arranged. I[ on the prohibition vote. I f PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT. !

Lake City on Tuesday, Aug. G, 19ol. _
i ----- Now located in the Rear end of the Block 8t.
embers present-W. T. Henry, Constipation, impaired digestionand | M Perry oa Orange H

chairman: J. I:. Wise and Dr. S. L.Berry a torpid liver are the most com- "Both FOR WHOOPING children COUGH' taken, I |$ With a Large Supply of Plumbing flaterial. Hir
were
Tbe minutes of last meeting mon ailments that are responsible my
I !1 ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. HM
with whooping cough Mrs. O. E.
for that tired listless fagged-out
11 were read and approved. ,
Dutton, of Danville 111. "A small r Iii
feeling that makes the -
Ordered the board that summer a
by Hopeful -
dreaded period to so many people. I bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar 'P H
,: school be raided from $25 pert Heroine will cure constipation. It cured the cough and saved me a doc- !, 1-

t 1 month to 130.Ordered improves the digestion and arouses tor's bill." G. W. Price. at\t>. Y. .(>.(>. Y.( .(l.(>.1 sly. ).().(Y.().().( Y. ) )t(). .()t.{ 1i

a new school house to be the liver to normal activity* Price i I ------- ------ -
built Lire Oak school 50 cents. G. '\ Price. A religion has been, launchedin
at the new
patronsto
0 11ti b0 10 b 'r70 b0i'bOc rlitilti 'i1t ti b
furnish sills and blocks; the After a careful perusal of the I| Cincinuati. But then, most any i

School Board to furnish lumber to old religion would be new in Cincin i
rules and regulations of the Chicago >
complete the lower story, except nati. Watchmaker ry
Servant Girls' Union we are surprised ) ToA

joist, and also to pay for rafters and that they did not style themselves I Jeweler and Optician.
for A. II. Davis, Mt. Sterling la., i@m"ThatbollrbUsiliessan
sheeting story.
upper the Working Ladies of Amerca -
j'! writes: "I was troubled with kidney i
The
build the
masons are to upper '
and
ask to be affiliated with the
I story for a lodge, and the School complaint for about two years, but we are doing
Colonial Dames. two one dollar bottles of Foley's Kid- our best to please yon and give you 'r
Board gate them the old school Cure effected the best service.Everything .
ney a permanent cure. n
building, except the windows. Tbe Piles are not only in, and of them- G. W. Price. we do we warrant cannot
; be done better anvw'here.
School Board is to furnish nails to selves very painful and annoying, (! Now -- !! \UI Everything we sell :we guarantee and JU.

cover the building and complete the but often aggravate: and even cause t, watch those Maryland P..ePUb-I I r'A1 protect you in Tour purchase in every J.
way-in Prices and in Quality :
licans fall on the colored .
lower story. other grave and painful affections j : :
Graduate
j Optician-Scientific ofpectacies. i
Ordered by Board that Senolia and should therefore, not be neg- t j. neck and shed a few crocodile tears. 1 I ; Musical Goods. Ka- _.
gracing a Specialty -
school be raised from $20 to $25 per lected. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oint-1 i. I \111 III
You Know What You are Taking I
month. ment is a great boon to sufferers as W
it will cure them. Price, 50 cents in When you take Grove's Tasteless, '.ROBT. T.
I Warrants @ RADFORD. WiJj'
issued from
No. 1
were formula is I'
bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. Geo. W. Chill Tonic because the
to No. 47, Inclusive, for purposes Price. plainly printed on every bottle showing -I Eb49.t .

follows: I that it is simply iron and quinine I

Teachers salaries----------$3&; ou In their handling of the Resisten- j'i: in a tasteless form. No cure no pay. I! m

: Members cia troubles the citizens of Tampa '' 50 cents. ; --- -- -
of School Board, per I ---- -- --- -- -

r __ diem and mileage..__ ,____._ 6 00 have introduced .into the..United I I : ;' GG'GG'G!! G!! G.oggG.o.G.o.G G- !o, '
'1!i The only found donkeyi @t :: as:; : _
States a somewhat novel but never- census one : es: """ "
Supt. salary_ uuu____. 50 00 f ittl7 \
Lock for St. James school.a theless effective method of dealing i I in Washington.But tbenr it was r ._''

Expense of sub dist. No. 2.-___ 45 I with strikes. I!j I taken while congress_was not in !Oes. THE NEWEST ftft -
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: SHIRT-WAISTS
sion.
t Expense of holding election in :I -- ---- I fit ft at tAl I

WHAT IT TELLS.If .
subdist. No.2________ ,____ __ 6 OOi I A TALE -*
t that mirror of yours shows a ,, YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED.. ,I r
Freight on furniture for sub Uti W These show a diagonal direction of the fabric from the
dint. No. 4--------------------i 83 wretched, sallow complexion, a jaundiced ;M, f, Columbia HiM Chamber-|,: t",, : shoulders to the lower front. This: effect is-secured' without ftI}
look, moth patches and blotches j I At Panama. by I: 'PI cutting the fabric bias. Our lady patrons can see
Borrowed funds
to pay county on the skin, It's liver trouble: but i j;i Iain's Colic Cholera and Diar I. ili1 pictures of these styles in our Paper Pattern Departiii'

commissioners8Q0 Ou I Dr. King's New Life Pills regulate : rhoea Remedy. l : : ment, as the August DELINEATOR,just received, contain '
Office expensesn.oo 7 ."<0 the-iiver purify the blood, give clear j I I I i10 several illustrations this newest effect. Another style ;
Dr. Cha U. Utter

a prominent
r Expense of Lake City sub dist. skin, rosy cheeks rich complexion. fliJ of shirt-waist is that called the "Grecian l'ouchn -C, ;
No. J------------------------ 300, Only 25c at G. W. Price's drug store. physician of Panama, Columbia, in a'I ih: which the front is very long, and by being caught up III .,
recent letter states: "Last March I'' \liI the belt produces the pouch effect. -

t Painting schoolhouse-----------------: roof of Lake City 60 00 ; The Monroe doctrine will not keep had as a patient a young lady six f rili! PATTERNS OF ALL DESCRIITIOXS. ,ftI. :

I two South American states from ;.
teen of age who had a .
years very -
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[ J. L. Turner treas corn---- 402: each other. It will t Dry Goods and \
Ordered ne'school : fighting only bad attack of dysenter Everything Clothing., 0
a near Evergreen '
I I keep the police from interfering. !! I prescribed for her proved Ineffectual $
s to be established, provided the I I| and she was growing worse I

S patrons will furnish the house and ,I, Plump cheeks, Hushed with the j+' every hour. Her parents were sure II iM.' L. PLYMPTON.

appropriation of $1UO was made for soft glow of health, and a pure complexion I'I she would die. She had ,become so j

said school. make all women beautiful. weak"that she could "not urn aver in ,
} bed. 'What 'to do at 'this"critical 1 Opposite Court House
Heroine and vital
Board imparts strength
The School decided to '
give '
ity to the system and the rosy hue moment was'a* study for me,* nut I : : : '...:
# 'as much toward repairing of thee of Chamberlain's Colic 'S'?' _;P ; ;
of health to the I cheeks.. Price 50 thought 'P P '?';P i'FjF ,

school house for the colored folks as cents. G. W,, Price. Cholera and Diarrh a Remedy and I II I ---- .

the patrons will gire. Uncle Sam will have to get in the*I I I as most a last wonderful resort result prescribed was effected.it. The ""' ....."''.'''''.........."............................ ................ ...
There being no other business before o- Within eight hour the was feeling '' j....N114''' ...d...101i ... ............ ......... .... .,
if those Columbians dont behave
: t the Board it adjourned to meet game much bcttei; inside of three days 'I' I

again on the first Monday in September themselves, and if the flag is ,, she was upon her feet and at the end TO STRETCH
z ; !!JOI. T. H. OWEXS, Supt.' once raised on the Isthmus of Pan of one peek was-entirely well." For I : fl DOLLflR ,+;

ama in these days of expansion and sale by G.. \''. Price, druggist. I +
VYke I lUG MflKE IT' GO Ifl
flS
President Roosevelt is: going imperialism we may have another -- :, \ POSSIBLE,- 1 '

west to shoot cayotes. Whenever "foreign possession" before it is i I The total amount of gold coined jl We. have Ij
it is with. I 'I a plan of our own for doing this It is to gat
Teddy gets so be can't digest his over by the United States for tie fiscal L 'j the Largest Pos ble value for It Our old cu-stomer say
,
r '" we do that and stay wlih Il.. Weinvite you to try pt sad ,
fooj, he has to go out and wade in I year ending June 30, 1901,. aggregated prove it to your satisfaction T

the blood of wild animals for while tiOOOOOO-while' the total ,
: a FERRY'S I

]Ust to tone up his system _I It amount of silver! :coined'iof> t"he dame 4! The Largest Stock of SPRING GOODS j

--- S I period reached $:U.OOa.OOJ? > ih. In ,,111
every Department we have bad OB sale
ever are now
TO SAVE HER CHILD. You there be any further doubCaho1t\the!,a utttt Goods u Staple aad Nvvefty Ptf ivii *itb Triad**?
>ks.w whatyou're fact that the' money" question bas' # to Mitch. kIts, >;ua.>OIs. Nrckwear. Embrodieru sadLadies (
From frightful disfigurement Mrs. .. ;.. and peal Furnishings tor spring and SIUDJIIef "
Kannie ,; ; you plant I t SIIlcAjte t I
.
Douglas 'f
Shoes
applied Bucklen's! ,Arnica: SalnF foE Ferry Beuda. If you i

boy cheap teed you cant I LOOK! A STUCK IN TIME, j' "0 That |'
great bores 64her Vail?an J rice, b mre. Take no ehuoei means a whole lot buyers ol Shoes It meaostiat ( ;
Saves' nine. Tonic taste i iI I we can supply )ouwith shoes of a kind ana qoalirr ttM :
allll wrftes{ Us7quick7cure; ;exceeded pt Ferry'a. healers evtrywbera I Hughes' ( j cannot be uemrrassed in '.on a shoe, j, ;
It i sell Ukem. Waif pleasant), taken in early Spring and I ," A "J: E1 Sfr* brat iJ IS the !..tcorabm-atiorTolF material: and la- ," ;
a all herb hopes. ,Workstwonders: In for 1901 Seed Ann4alT I I Fall prevents rhills; dengue 'and malarial .j'. tlUl. can fo Put into it. To be ive agent' la -
sores, bruises skin ernptions? cuts! -- { mailad kegs i fevers. Acts on the liver tones -. _'"these shoes means a leader in"trade or all kinds-That's ys ,
I'
burns, scalds and,:J>iles. :: ,_.Cure,U 0. r.FERRT i CA? up the system.' Better than calamel' 4 r.
and Contains" no' arsenic.': Phone JVo/t, J. E. Co.
guaranteed by GJO. \V. Price, drug- 1ett.ik,fliic quinine. : Near Depot. Inman & J Jfr.
Guaranteed, try it. At druggists.50c .

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THE' CITIZEN-R EPORTERI: 3'

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i EXPOSITION CLUB. j jT .. i ORDINANCE i, ---' ----- -

'IiANCrR "; r11 -fe .". N0 .*lull.- .

Believing that tVerates now gfven : .\ ordinance to amend Sec. 'J of DON'T WAIT.IfyouknewhowSCOTTS,-
So t by the I i' ,
manypersons t railroads to Buffalo for tile! f' Ordinance ::.). 1U, the same helm, ,
Sufferers
Pan-American from tills horrible malady :
Exposition higher anttJinance.E'i'ptohihit the TIniri;
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nearly always inherit it-not necessarily
nave hair ': than many feel at.leu pay we have from the parents, but may be from some ,,.at Juga L.f.horses, c.ttllehocp and EMULSION would build you
; deeidetl in farm a dUI known'i remote ancestor, for Cancer often runs the increase
that is to be soats in city of Lake ('it,)". up. your weight
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1 as the CITIZEST-KEI-ORTEK Pan-Ami I through several generations. This deadly lie it ordained by the Maji.rand strengthen weak throat :
stubbornand poison may lay dormant in the blood for :| your
Hean Club, and endeavor to induce until reach middle life then City Council of the City of Lake -
dull. tIle | years,or you and lungs and put you in con -
sransportation lilies the first little ulcer makes its
to offers sore or apI : City I
It won't "material reduction, believing that, I pearance-or a swollen gland in the : Sec. 1. That -eclion of Ordinance dition for next winter you -'
if breast or some ether part of the body, i would to take it
successful, begin now.
will be
grow.What's. many afforded a < gives the first :0. 114 lie and is hereby .

J trip which they otherwise could not To core Cancer warning.thoroughly and perm- I I amcnJcd to read} I i iI ; SCOTT Send for& BOWN free sample,Chemists and try it. ,

take. ; gently, all the poisonous virus must be i i "For impounding horsea-;, ei,,I &. 409415rt Street New Y.rk.
? Hairs
reison soc.and f,00;all drntlgi.t;<
dinanated from the blood
,i Success in aur effort largely depends --every restage males, cattle, sheep and goat the ;, .
help just as jf it driven out This S. S. S. does, andI
upon the number who will ( 4 the only medicine that can reach deep- : marshal shall be allowed one dollar a

-' "e does at i likely: go, and to ascertain this, we f seated, obstinate blood troubles like tkis. each; for feeding while impounded : There is a growing:, fear that a>

r he roots re- : have formed the above club, and ask When all the poison has been forced outj' hH'nty.fjve cents each per day." i' SO.HI: Kaiser lJnl\ '"bisker attain

#feeding._ When ,r that all *.h(, anticipate going join I of disease the system never returns.the Cancer-heals, and the I'| s..:. .. That this ordinance shall full growth it will be considered -

growing it the club by depositing t5 with us, the I Cancerlxglnsoften in small wags astht j take effect frum and after iU pasi i lose majeste for the wind to blow

I the amount apply t.J cost of trip following letter from Mrs. Shirer shows: sable anJ approval( hy the Mayor i 1 through them.Eruption ti
: or to be aefunded if A small pirarle came CD my jaw about an loci .
better rates Sec.3 That all other ordinances
ttp are I tclowthetaroath>!lett side flU.'e. It !
my gas I cuts, burns, scalds andsores
.not secured. Incoavenelnce.
WKMSO we no pain or in conflict with' the provisions of
.and 1 should have 0.1kinll"\ quickly healed by
4f you are contemplating this trip, furgottea it bad it -- this, crdinince are hereby rejiealeJPa ,I Ce\ itt's Witch Hazel Sake. Cer- ;
i
SIMM and are uof now -In. position to make 1 I itch notbcg'wtvtutmeand; it would bleed a ,...,.,,..., :ed by Council July 15, l N11.U. .\ tain cure fur piles. Beware of .
; coun-
deposit, we will be little,thcDlC&bover.but \ :
r i glad to have you could-Dot heal This R. PARKER, President. terfeits. ISe sure you get the original -

inform us of your intention of going. continued for some time, k.. Attest? W. M. IVES, Clerk. -[) \\itt's. \. R. Wise. -
chen my Jaw began to .. ,
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-* *. We have every reason to believe | well, becoming very a i. Approved: F. P. COXE, Mayor. -- -- { Ta
we will be successful, and if repliesare painful. The Cancer beau Chicago! has a man with two beam

t SkIlrse received promptly we can the ;until to it waaa.larl'c.u Ml and spread. tN Z ... .,' TO 11 EA T. A HURT lie is well equipped fur the leading ,ek
baU I TIle in lagoinar.Mrs. : .
= almost instantly sooner perfect our arrangements of S.8. S.sad Jclcrmm- Use Dinner Sake, the great heal .
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such hair It am] announce the date of trip, and t and ed to it give was it remarkable a fair trial "' er It's guaranteed for cuts, sores>, I l S. II. Alit ort, Johnstown- Pa., -
via what line. what wonderful effort wounds, pilot and all skin diseases. .a}
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.ens' ''new life in I :___________ U bad from the very beginning;the lore began Use no cubstituteis G. W. Price. says: 'Oir little girl almost stratgled _
I heal aad after taking few Loupes disappeared __ __ __._ to, death with croup. The doc-
The If the n
tk'hi1r' bulbs action of your bowel is not entirely. This was two years ago; tha e are Mill
and serious no ngnf cf the Cancer and my general beaU: Uncle Sam shoulj send a battleship tors said regular
rfect t is astonishing. easy complications jonUnueKooiL-Uiu. R.SIQILEIl,La ttata, Ma.I > was instantly relieved by One Miaute
hair ,be- must be the final result. De- 1 I the greatest of all to A"hury Park. Over 1,IlJll I Cough! Cure. .\. U. Wi.e.

Keaf grows, I Witt's Little Early Risers will, re- I purifiers, and tha : babies are entered fur the annual I i __ _______ -' : -

ames thicker, and all 4 I more this danger. Safe, pleasant S S Sis one guaranteed.' Send i i baby parade at that rt'iortnd i ,There is said: to be di-ojrd in the

fcadrui! is removed. I and effectire. A. R. Wise. vegetable there arc oili 33 ri..tI.
our free book on ,f\ j piano trust, and the whole thing has
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And the original We continue to learn from both I Cancer, containing valuable and interesting !V probably tone to smash a
information about this disease and SEI'I\"l'UlXGST X1U U'f
tAa'fol#, early life is \i sides to the steel strike that '-Joliet'hallright. disti ,
wnte our physicians about case. VV ; F.
i
your for
or nightmare, is a common result of weakness nervousness -
stored te faded or l ." Which would indicate I charge for medical advice II
that THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, GA. I indigestion. You cant ex|beet goodsleep pains in the ride, flatulence, -
iny hair. This isjtwiys I everything ,depends on the with a bad strtiuichDr.. Loyal p du/ine, wakefulness, headache ana

the case.. point of view f Fold's Dyspepticide, the ne. rem other announg acCuiuraiiiuienu cf
l-bi's .
you are going away edy, makes a sound stomach that digests costiveness, llerbine i fUUktttk. AUdntlM*. j'I'/ For mosquito bites, bites or stings mer, see the special excursion rates'i perfectly. G. \:. pjue. um-qiuled remedy. Price io cents. ..

sl tow wed Ayer. Hair Vigor I of insects, animals or reptiles, apply that are offered bv the SealtoarJ Air :j n. W Trice. _
ft K-llT utoobbed at thaJ Dallard's Snow Liniment. It ; I The em--; DeatscLl.ind 3'Y
It ktt doge u keeiilui taj counteracts Line Railway to the principal resorts -I io is.mguI -- -- '.

b tot coming out. It u theM ; the poison in the wound, I in the CarolinaVirginia and I lady successful in getti-i? (Mi* 1 bare tried, and I
jj& ewttaoa w recommend it to I subdues the inflammation and heals the East, including Portsmouth, Old !! herself. I been better oil had he made a little
fnr.ii- the flesh. Price 25 and 50 cents. G. '!
.% > IILTfE BOLT. W Price. Point, Washington, Baltimore, New ynore hay while the sun s.1 o le.r a.Tames
1 11 L Barhagton,N.C.. YorK, Providence, Boston and I5uf- J 1' T Thomas, Sumterville-, Ala., I
t !j "'! was suffering from dyspepsia when j White: Bryants*ille, Ind., ,
WOULD'E COST HIM falo. Call on local G. R.
ft7w it tot-Mata an the bcnefitfMU4 HIS I agent \ I says DeWitt'* Witch Hazel Salve
I Kodol
commenced
I tree the KM at the lisle LIFE. Haile, or Write A. MacDonell, A. taking Dypl'fsia !
ntt tin Donor.boat It cured running sores; on both legs.; He
('ure. I took several bottles and
Jacksonville I
G.
P. A., Fla.
L Q Atli 8.L..en.slur.'v Oscar ,
Bowman, Lebanon, Ky., had suffered six years. Doctors
f writes: "I have been using Foley'sKidnev can digest anything." Kodol Dys I failed to help him. Get DeWitt's. ;

t pepsia cure is the only preparation Accept no imitations. A. 1:. Wise.
Cure and take treat pleasure I THE norm GOLD CURE. i containing all the natural digestive ; ;
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---- -- --- -- 1 Instating it gave me permanent core: i fluids.- It gives weak stomachs en t
:F r of kIdney disease which certainlywould An Ingenious Treatment by which tire. rest, restoring their natural The steel workers seem to have
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WEABERTHE BEST TIME have cost me my life." Take '!1 Drunkards being Cured dally condition. A. R. Wise. I made a great mistake in not having shad

=<, but G. W. Price. i - -- --- Mr.
none Foley's. ]1 in Spite of Themselves. Morgan amalgamate them.
J.J.lIealy, ; _. '! A New had flat
fives the following --- Jersey woman a re-

.- :. ,.'-hj.November Is the best ,I The carat used ,In estimating'theweight NO NOXIOUS DuSES-t-XO WEAKENING-j I modeled to tit her bedstead. This; wasI What most people want is .omee ,

e to hold the State: Fair I I of gems! is a grain of Indian I j J OF THE NF.InS-A PLEASANT AND I probably easier than remodeling th thing mild and gentle, when in need ; '

e'State.' Fair management,*' : wheat. i i POSITIVE CURE FOR THK the bedstead to fit the flat of a physic. Chamberlain's Stomach '
,
h LIQUOK ABIT.. __ and Liver Tablets nil\ the bill to
: : as several times made
I Stops the Cough and! Works off the II I It is now generalknow n and unJerstmiU j i! To Cure a Cold! in One Day a dot. They are easy to take zn\ 1.
:tie-..! reasons why November I that Drunkenness Is a disease and not \\'eaknehs. "
.. Cold.
pleasant in effect. For gale by G. YV. Y
I A body tilled with poixnn. and nerve i II Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tab-
isAcud for the fair but there Price.
completely sUaueriyJ by pfriodical or cou- '1
Laxative Brume-Quinine Tablets I J lets. All druggists refund the money ,
aPia'irL.en in some countiesfe i i .tant use of intoxicating liquors requiresi a if it fails E.V. Grove's .
to cure.
an antidote capable ut neutralizing ,i I
I cure a cold in one day. No cure, n
!
] 'Mitkm in some shape<< ; and the Price 25 cents.' eradicating; this poison and destroying.. ant e ', signature is. on each hot. :5c. j t Aunt Carrie Nation's statement
II pay. lor IntoxlcantSufferer. aoW'I ,
craving may i ------ -- {
'fj being used by people cure themselves at home without publicitytUi | that hue will never marry again
of I lor loss ot time from business by "won- It looks like New "ork is trying to'
9. -otfivor-a State Fair, and The population United 'Sought! to be very reassuring to the
dertlll"UOMtUOLDCVRE"which has li
o ,
of
bet sort automobile aristocracy
up,a
.J .t op posed to making an ex- Kingdom passed that of France for pertecteil alter many years ot close study male
.. I andtrealuu-nlotinrbrlates. The taitblul in thii..!:.ojntry.The i'ex-..
-. %e. reasons for November the first time in 189.. use according to directions of thisvtouair- i -- _" -- -
-..r1ming. To begin with, .lul discovery i< p>sitively guaranteed to : 'I I About a week ago a Chicago paper
-- Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and I cure the mc.tob.unate ce.o maLser hoH ; laws of health require that '
flsa product are available bard a drinker. Our records stiow tbe tnarvelous j; published the story of a dead child ,
Diarrhoea Remedy has world-wide: tr-mstorniatioa of luousandH of I j i, the bowels move once each day and
(btllatf 19 November than at It I, UruudarUs into sober, industrious and u pone of the penalties for violating j I \\hosat up and said '"mamma" when
foi its neverfaiU
cures.
ftfJirttajeof reputation right men. i its coffin waS struck =
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the year. Forex-' and is pleasant and safe to take. i V\lVhi cure your lll'SMANDV: CHIC I: this law'i-! pile*. Keep your bowelsregular i by lightning. 1
,all farm products and'a large j!I| For sale by G. W. Price, drug jUt.I DKKN cure your FATHEKS" This remedy by taking! a dose of Cham- I The correspondent who perpetrated
it in no srnse a nostrum but U a xurclitc: lor ,
tioc i of ... berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet it was at least considerate enough to
the state's fruit I I I this disease only and is so siillully devised I|j '
e Thin s especially true of The latest pictures of Uncle Rus3 1 and prepared that it Is thoroughly, -soluble i {! w hen necessary and you will never I lay the scene of the story in Kansas.According .
', (I i and pleasant to the taste so tbat it can be have that severe punishment in- -
:: ":. .Oranges,< limes, -'I Sage show him with his hands in his el veil in a cup of tea or coffee without the ]j j" flic ted Price 25 cents ,
upon you.
: it.
knowledge ot the pursua taking Thou-j
to the American
,'.rt4 gri:,then in their prime, i, pockets. lie probably merelyi I sands otllrun-ardsi have cured them""h'es1'alb ';t For sale by G. W. Price. i Asso- -
this priceless leme-y.and as many I i |: elation of Opticians it.is the strenu-
the -
show paragraph-
sane applies to Japan perjUnd (i nted to more have been cured and made temperate ''I Jou
'.' pineapples and many ![ ers; that he' could go down in bis I men by having the "LrKB': administered bloving With United States war ships on i + life that ia to blame for the
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trienjs andrelatirea without tbcir
tltit8. pockets; occasIonally.CASTORIA. I I knowledge In curve or tea. and believe ti>- !j both sides of the Isthmus of Panama,alarming increase in the use of eye- _
I day that they dcnnhnurddrinkiagufthei r{ i! glasses. They might have '
tl onally the i if8Jbe i They had best be particular how gone
Georgia Slate i own tree *lit UaMiTWAli. Do nut be de-
:ield the week before, 1 luded by apparent.'. and misleading "improrrmenL : they aim their guns, or both may | further and alluded to Teddy Roose-
Drive out the disease at once
:jt'. ,,therefore,: be practica- I and tor all time.. The .HOME GOLD t'UUKi I get hit. I v'elt as a case in point.
-. sold at the extremely low price ot One! V

f.,titibiu;be bones and machil'ery.ar.d: For Infants and.Children. .I Dollar a treatment thus laclDltbin more etiectual reach ot than everybody others ]' A. 1:. Bass; of Morgantown, Ind, 't SUCCESS WORTH: KNOWING. -

: of that fair to be co.ungtrnmStoit. Pull direction"accow"any f had to get up ten or twelve times in i 40-years aucccst in the South proves
litre.L But, obviously, if our The Kind You Han Always BoughtBears each packag.Special adciclby.kittedphv.lclanrwhen I, Illunhes' Tonic great remedy tor '
requestedwtilt- the night and had severe backache
,,,, ;postponed until winter, all' J, out extra cbarge.. hint prepaid to any part j 1 !'chills and all malarial frt eri. Better : -
_(>81 then' have Uw ot the world on receipt ot One Dollar. Aa- and pains in the kidneys. Was cured : than calomel and quinine. Con-
been home'
t;Quarter sent Signature of dress PAYY.ttII'Jnd Drpt Ld.: tUWIN MarLct U.GlLkii&CUM-St.PllilJdetjJllia.: "Jj. l >y Foley's Kidney CureIt';; gun -i tains no arsenic. Guaranteed, try it.I -
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her 4 ,AU correspondence strictly conndenlidL, anteed. G. W. Price. I At druggists. 50c II bottles. aprli'Ol .
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The-. ::0. Citizen-Reporter.' I LAKE CITY MAN HONORED. _I'the Ail teachers'applicants Notice of examination Examination that expect in to take Sep-I I An Old Pastor* 9Bev. ,F


H. L; DODD, 'rlTOE AND PROPRIETOR. tember 1901, are requested to meet I m s m*

--_-.,.-A.,H._ .DODD. ,Assistant- '- =Editor.. _- Governor Jennings Appoints Hon. B. It Palmer at the public school building in Lake i: r

Official Newspaper of Columbia County and City on the 3rd day of September
. .->the-r-c-Town of-Lake--- City Florida.Published Judge of the 3rd Judicial Circuit. 1901. They must supply themselves \ : .

UHf Friday at Lake City. Fla. liens and ink.
: with ,
Office-South ut Courthouse Square.t legal cap paper
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t Advertising Rate. Furnished,upon Application. j i I Just before going to press we are in receipt of the following tt.-lefr.un: fee of SI before, enteri.is;
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,Entered. In'__Lake class City matter.poslofflce a. second TALLAHASSEE, FLA., Aug. 22,1901. I the examination. The examination

"Hon. Bascom 11. Palmer was appointed Judge of the Third Juducial will begin at o'clock a. m,

,Subscription $I.OU Per Year. I Circuit. Bullock and Reeves were the other appointees." I Respectfully,

I '1'. 1[. (}OWENS, Supt.! and Sec.
-) FRIDAY, AUG. 23, 1901. i ._ --

September 12th will be Florida day : CROP CONDITIONS.: : New College Buildings.

The,saloon men of Gainesville are at the Pan-American Exposition. On i j Sealed bids for the erection of
I this occasion the state press as an |_ It the United States were not so ;;
in a peck of trouble. Fourteen years j j three new college buildings and certain -
[- ago the people voted "no saloons," organization, will be largely repre- j! big and so industrious the Government -I repair work at the Florida State

but intoxicating drinks have been sented. Secretary Appleyard has I!| crop report would be ili-cour- Agricultural College at Lake City, ,
aging. Even with the multitude of
with the Seaboard Air
arranged
the office of GeorgeW.
dispensed since then, notwithstanding. i will be opened at
Line railroad through the !| products that can be raised in different -
good
Board of ,
1 -' At a meeting of the county I Wilson: president of the
ottices of Co!. A. O. MaeDonell l i parts of this country, the list //
assistant ,
commissioners several days ago all !. Trustees, Astor Block, Jacksonville, ,June Polndexter,ColamUiu

the applications for permits to sell passenger agent of the line, of percentages furnished by the Sta- Fla., in the presence of the various No man in the capital citJ of the st
tistician of the of &i
to members of the Florida Department Agri-
liquors were peremptorily turned carry bidders, at noon on Tuesday, -September of Ohio is better known than the Ber.
state press free to Richmond and culture is not the most hopeful bul-
James
down. 10, 1901. Plans and specifi- Poindexter. For maay yew h
return, and from there membersand letin. cations may be' had on Monday, has been the successful pastor of the

Henry M. Flagler obtained a di- their wives, sweethearts or Concisely stated, the averages of August 26, at the offices of Snelling Second Baptist Church of that C J.Every"day .

vorce on the 13th from his unfortunate sisters can buy the usual ten day the growing crops on August 1 were & Potter, architects, 13! West For- his veHerahle .figure and .

wife. The proceedings were limit tickets to Buffalo and return estimated a. follows. Corn, 51; Jacksonville and 111 kindly face may be seen on th street

instituted at Miami. He was not in for $13.51); Pullman fare about 113; I spring wheat, R0.3; oats, 73.6; barley, yth Fifth street Avenue, New York. I of the city where What he has labored tot n .

the court, but was represented by five days'board at Sailer's big hotel 86.9;spring rye, 82.6; buckwheat, 91.1; The Executive Committee of the ilence many years.and self-sacrifice a history might be User*

Judge G. P. Raney. The divorcewas for 110, making a total of $30.20 potatoes, 62.3: timothy hay, 84.1. itself 'vj} :
I Board of Trustees reserves to ten by simply giving the detail of ft .
granted under the law passed by each. Goy. Jennings_ expected to Supplemental reports gathered' by I the right to reject any and all bids. every-day life of this faithful pasta ud "
the last legislature making insanity be of the party, being an honorary the New York Herald show that corn eloquent preacher. l

t of four years' standing sufficient member. The Times-Union ,and prospects have declined about 10 per I Too Much Rain.CoRINTH I But old age eomes to the best of ma. .

grounds for divorce. Citizen offers a free trip, includingberth cent since the first of the month. The'rheumatics peculiar to advanced
I Au- 21.This place was
meals and $10 for spending Present high prices of farm pro- I I age had already begun its iasidiou rig A close observer, who made a tour visited by very heavy rains Saturday -
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t when it became necei i'remedyif
money, for the most popular teacher ducts will continue until next year. &rJfohd
t f Cf Lake DeSoto but recently, asks us and Sunday. It is believed now I t that hU .'
possible
days rf) :
and newspaper man, but only those No country in the world has enough
j to call attention to the tact that unless I that the very short cotton crop will fulness might not be shortened. / ;
who are members of the state press surplus breadstuff to bring down '
E be almost total failure. The : i
the hyacincths now growin a corn An efficient nerve tonic tint vooli
rap
can be voted for in the prices in this country On the contrary i J
newspapermen
idly in the edge of the water be got- ; crop> is also short at lea t one-third, stimulate the circulation, improve tfct *

ten out at once the pest will get ? contelt. wheat: the most important in-I but is too near maturity to he affected digestion, and iicrease the tout aid :
ternational breadstuff, will probablybe vigor of life whole system,was aetded.
the fart rain. This has :
started again. It will require but UNION DEPOT. by ;
exported to Europe in large quan- The only remedy capable of meeting all fJ
that this
been the
little labor to get them all out. wetted season j
nry tities, estimates placing the amount J these indications was found to tie) P.. 'i
} Prompt a tionlill save money. That a union passenger station will | place has bad for many years. i ij
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lnarecuUottertoDl.IIanmu .
available for export at about 300-, I runa.he :
-Delay will prove disastrous. be erected in this city In the near future 000,000 bushel Perhaps this total j M. S. Knight killed an alligator; | stales: .

u is now an assured fact. The i six feet long about fifty yards from "My attention was called aom tins ,1i <
? will be lowered through an increased i i
Columbus B. Smith, formerly editor matter made at his front Monday ,>
was a certainty I gate ago to your medicine for iheuude :
I + and proprietor of the Jasper the meeting of the City Council Mon- demand at home.Fortunately j M. M. Knight and family have re- troubles by Mr. Cook,an old rekibi .

News, will begin the publication of day night, when the railroads asked the general preva- turned to their home at Ousley, Ga., druggist of this city,and take predate .

the New Enterprise next month at for certain concessions from the city, lence ot high wages lessens the ef- after spending a few days with relatives in saying that I have.tried them aid -

Madiaon. It will be a weekly news which were granted, contingent on fect of the drought conditions in here. : found them good. It Is my optuka thai ,

paper devoted to the interests qf the desired improvement. The de- treat measure. Outside the. voluntary A. S. Goodbread is preparing to j jI. I the remedy,Peruna lastly entitled to s ;
tie-up in the t'-O fame which it baa throughout &t : r
workingmenare
the state in general and Madison East
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i pot will be erected on the old Parker enlarge his store in order to accommodate : "

county in particular. We take House..Jte, and, from what can be employed. They can afford to I. his increasing trade.L. I I United Address States.The Penuuv Uedkbu OB, \i';
the that will inevitably
high prices
pleasure in commending Editor learned, will be constructed of brick, pay II. Knight hail returned to his Columbus,O.,lot free catarrh books i .
Smith to the people of Madison as result. In the Middle West,
and will cost approximately $15,000.A home at Mclntosh, after spendingsome
where the dry weather has done the -------
one of the state's most versatile -
shed will be erected, the property time here with his mother,
1 writers and successful journalists.The most harm, there will be no need of Sunday School Picak. i i.r
fenced in, and the depot will be pro- Mrs. II. Knight.W. .
vided with all the conveniences and importation. There is a surplus of M. Surency left here a few A Sunday school' picnic was held '
traveling public, with one ac-
wheat. There is of fodder.
cord will vote the management of accommodations usual for such Ilenty days ago for Branford, where he has at Mt. Tabor church'yesterday A
Vegetables may be scarce, but in crowd in attendance and
large
place accepted a position with the Florida was
the of
Plant
system railways a reso- >
this the whole suf :
lution of thanks. The station and The agitation for the union depot fers.respect country I Naval.Stores Company. a food time is reported.A .

was started' less than a year ago,
section houses of that road
are to
It is ,
hardly probable that conditions Lake Pointer.
City
vs. Jasper.
addressed
when petitions were to the
be in color from billions
changed a
officials Southern & will grow worse during the lat S. A. L. tickets, *S .'
yellow to gray and maroon.. A writer of the Georgia Lake City met the Jasper team on 1,000-mile ,
of
ter this
who failed to get a pass, once retaliated Florida, the Seaboard Air Line and part month. late garden the diamond here Wednesday after- each, are good from. any point j ja -
truck is raised ll'ii ;
by saying Mr. Plant owned one the South Florida &; Western, asking being highly. noon, score 9 to 4 in favor of Lake Florida to Washington, D. C. Tea -.
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half of Florida and Mr. Flagler the that the improvement be made. The improbable that there will be a con- City. Game was called at 3:30 with can save money on your trip W N I'

other half-and that Mr. Plant had aid of the Railroad Commission was tinuance of drought in any part of i Jasper at the bat. The Jasper team York and the Eastern citiea OB -

shown his utter disregard of the also invoked, and the commissionheld the country. The prospect.is Infin-;, did some very good playing but sale at all coupon stations. .
itely better than a month 'There
several sessions here and at ago. : was no match for the home nine.
his half
people by pain ting a hidde-
is less of uncertainty. You flay Travelall
ous yellow. Tallahassee to pass upon thoraerits I Like City did not play the last half
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I MonroeCone.Mr. =
It is said that Lake City.. offeringten The Georgia Southern & Florida Streety, catcher, did some excel and return, 151.60, via Seaboard Air

years' immunity from city taxes and the Seaboard Air Line will build D. W. Monroe ani: Miss Amie i. lent playing, only making one error. Line railway, the Capital City r

1 a and free sites for the location within the depot independent of the South Cone were united in marriage at the Ives fanned out twelve men, while Route. Double daily service, thronga ;

her limits of certain manufacrur- Florida &; Western, and whether the home of the bride, at Denton, at Petty and Deagle fanned out five. Pullman cars. City ticket office, .

lug enterprises.: The board of tradeof latter will enter it is not known. high noon Tuesday. Rev. T. S. Hubert for Petty Kirkland.and Had Deagle played 302 W. Bay St.
Jasper. the others played ,
that city is behind the scheme, of this city officiated. as well the result might have been -Died- -

which no doubt will result very bene- FAIR COnniSSlONERS. Mr. Monroe is a naval stores oper- different.

ficially to that place. That organi- ator and one of the county's wealth- BATTEKIES. Near Mt. Tabor Sunday, infant :,

zation seems to think and correctlytoo Columbia County will be on ha'ndat iest and most successful business: Jasper-Petty, Deagle, Duncan. daughter of ilr. and Mrs.E. F.BeaU.
the State Fair in November witha Lake Ives Interment Mt. Tabor lldhdaji :
that factories are good things men. City- Streety: at :
to circulate cash among the busi- creditable exhibit. Hon. M. M. The bride U a daughter of Mr. LIRE UP. Judge W. M.,Ives of this city and _a

ness institutions of a town, and in Scarborough has been appointedfair and Mrs. D. N. Cone, of Benton, Jasper-Duncan, c.; Sandlin, lb.; I Rev. H. V. Skipper of Live Oak of :.-

order to get them to locate in Lake commissioner, appointment to and is admired by a large circle of Petty, p.; Sandlin 2b.; Kirkland, 3!>.: ficiating. '
Deagle, ss.;.Wynn,rf.;.Tompkins'cf. .
be confirmed at the nexj meeting of I friends. ; I -
City li holding out the above tempting 'one, If* Building Record.
s ement.-Suwanee Demo- the county commissioners. His former Mr. and Mrs. Monroe left on a. Lake City-Streety c.; Rogers, lb.; I '
crat. experience in this line of work bridal tour Tuesday evening by way Harrison, 2b.: McDuffee, 3b.; Ives, p.; I In addition to the list of buildiaga :

t- assures the success of the present of the Seaboard Air Line for Wash- Perry: If.; House, cf.: Harris, rt.;I. constructed. and to be-construct! :

: Irish potatoes in the local market lindersaking. It will. require.several ington and other points of interest. Brown, ss. Umpire, W. E. Hensley. i within the present year, published ia

are now selling at an increase of well-filled cars to transport an ade- THE CITIZEN-REPORTER extends SCORE. our last issue. Contractor J. H. ."

SO cents per bushel over the prices quate representation of the county's congratulation, Jasper.... .- .' 0000301110-4 Hodges called our attention to the ;;'.

that have been ruling for years, and resources, and the Commissioner is ,- Lake City. ,._ 02100312 -9 following, built by him: 2.
R. R. Strange, residence, ISGO. i:
they are quickly Becoming one of confident that such exhibit will be Bankruptcy. Proceedings.The I NOTICE FOR PDBLICATlOxT" I D. D. Raulerson, ;00. ':::

the real luxuries, within the reachof gathered together.. The exhibit will case of Ir. D. Whetstone D. W. Purvis, 86ft

only the rich and w'ell-to-do. The require from 150 to 200'feet of' space. of MikestUle, who was sometime airo. -Department. --. .Land of GAca.a the Interior.ua.aeactire.Fla:. t F.J.Jackson,col., two small houses, '
drouth, which_ baa-made the'crop in General Interest seems to be adjudged a bankrupt, was closed_ on August 1Ith. 1jU1! I *400 each.
\Totice is hereby given that the
the north a failure this year, is the awakening, and many individuals'are Wednesday and certified to Jackson- 1> settler has bled notice followingnamed of hi"la-- --- -= "" ,i

cause., Potatoes are now selling at I earnestly at work in the effort to secure ville. Col. Palmer. represented -Mr. bis tention claim to and make that final laid proof proof in will support be made of

from U. a -to $8 per barrel. When some of the prizes offered. The Whetstone. ::;- ,. before'Ia.. clerk: circuit cuurt at Lake sa BRICK ',;.
I LIME AND
.Florida truckers pdt in their fall fact that the county has on different On Friday lasts. in the absence of I Lake, sec. g&fcyks0*ne !* of nw f s<

crop they should not fail to put in a occasions won $1,100 In cash premiums Judge Locke from his district, Re> He names the following witness? WHOLESALE ISO BETAA '

large crop of potatoes, and repeat in I for the best agricultural exhib- feree F.' D'Ferro issued the neces= prove his conUnn cultivation of said land. viz: William\ f
January and February, for they are its, proves an inspiration to them. saiy-paPers closing the business of. ton Fred Uud6 careen O3iii4ls.<>t Jacks Lake S. B. THOMPSON.TT '7'Ie.

.. sure to. realize good' prices for all I' Several notable instances may be W. B. Haynes & Co. of Starkewhichwas ; I.City..Fla. and.WiUnn. \V.Kirby.O. ROBlR ot Ba JI." Clert.Fla. i I, ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... .... .,.. t
they grow. /: 'mentioned:' In.. 1877, first premium taken possession of by the United ,, & 'tM. -
Florida State fair, best general ex- States Deputy Marshal. The creditors -------
A meeting of the board of trustees r.
I hibit; Louisville, Ky., best, general are being represented by W. A. r.-t ii
of the Florida: Agricultural'tCollege; ,
exhibit from the State of'Florida; Cockrell & Sons and Fleming &Fiem- r. '"

was held in Jacksonville Tuesday: May.iRAA, (Cotton: Centennial Expo- ing of Jacksonm.'and ,A.'F.. Long. J
ware < E. WRIGfTiVHARDWARE.
icorning. Those present : L. sition, New Orleans,diploma.for thebest I of Sta ke. Mr.: Long,j" formerlyof 1' j
Hanison, J.: D. Callaway, of this city; I JI
I general, exhibit: 1388, Cincinnati this city He is a son of Judge \
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:W. Wilson of ; .( '
Jacksonville : ,
George ;
Centennial; best cigar tobacco, Long, who, in years gone by, was ; '" : '
C. A. Carson of Kissimmee and
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both wrappers and fillers, gold medal judge of this court, and. is well re- 'I .
President T. H. Taliaferro. The r
I competition with.the test tobaccos membered by Jill the old citizens -' -
board decided not to in law de- Agricultural: :
a and
put :: Crockery:
of the world; 1891. Florida Subtropical It is said there is a good deal Involved .
this decided -*.
term. They
partment $700, best general exhibit.A and a battle royal is expected. I :,
to put In a veterenary surgeon, and il Implements: Glassware.LAKE '
also to select a retired officer for the terrible gulf storm raged Thursday Considering the honors that are

military department. Bids foe; 'new I and Frinay,of: last" week from being heaped upon that California ,

buildings were called for> vlt is re- Mobile to Pensacola, the wind reaching smelting works thief ne. mat reasonably '
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ported that the specifications for the sixty miles an hour,'. Many lives expect to sec' him given the ;, CITY' FLORIDA. 1

gymnasium call for a building to. cost were lost and great damage leas. title of "Napoleon. of Finance" before .

9:20,000: instead of J10.0JO. done to the shipping interests. long.. 1

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5WS. Notes. In the city Robt. McNamee stopped over I Miss Myrtle Fennell of Gainesville; ; x

** a Y his home Wednesday, earoute to is visiting in the city; guest of the

..D. CR.UJB. 713tft gaged in the at Tampa practice, where of law.he is en- I family of Mr. Geo. W. Price JUST DR. TUCKER'S :

Messrs. j News reaches the city that Mr. j LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP -
aft it Young' DrugWhiskey -RH. Young, Q. B. Stated !!.Zack Brown, who resides about 12
and J. i;. and then
Inuian will leave youll| understand just people
why so"many
next week miles from the and who is
for New york to city; one hare been benefited and endorse this wonderful remedy. '
goict mate
at chases of fall and their pur the county's largest and most pro,;-j Diseases of Liver, Blood and Kidneys relieved and *
7-12-1t winter
good j I ,porous farmers, had the misfortuneto cored. It acts gently, nothing harmful, and tones up the

'renter for fruit jars with Immense stock of cypress shingles, lose his dwelling, barns, stables, whole we system.all want Gives you that healthful appearance Fl.that yy '

all grades, for sale for next etc., by fire ;;
w fifteen wednestlay night. Loss Buy a bottle today before you forget it. ,:

Camp U the guest of days at reduced prices. Apply to estimated at over $:?.tm. We sympathize / Reed ..ht then think of our Medicine: s

)[jO iDt. BAREFOOT & SPINKS. with Mr. Brown. in his great iJlgl.d Thacber Liver and Blood Syrup is the best medicine I have ;
To produce loss. evesusrt. Yours truly. H. D. BASSKTT .
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made their appear- thorough alterative i Juliette, Fla. Supt of y
fie; 1' : Phosphate Mines x
'rniarket. effect, the blood, kidney and liver' ties I:. W. Herlonj; of Tolen, was 1 have been very sick and was advised to try Thacher's's Liver
must be in Medicine. I did so and since then I have felt like ;t
thoroughly
ijj.-A Jersey milch treated. .f* the city Thursday. He brought in gladly recommend it to everyone. a new mao. I 'c

W W. Johnson. Mixture acts on all.' Young's Drug a lot of honey to dispose of in the ,".+ REV. W.H. HORTON, Boyette- N.& .gr !

4j j Doors and blinds store. city: market, which was really a --..-S;.: : and Your Dr..Dmtgitt U.Thaclier.. bia Li\1oaeitwlUVtl'...llulldiM. r)and,, ur Blood bo CM Syrup.got _41them. _- i .
wool
aead
The Valdosta Sash revelation to us. The honey which -..- & cents for a pat-kaira or '
& Door fur
Co. of ; a UHtlo-Bil
ti Sash Door Co. fti't try jrar Urmffi In&. -
{' Valdosta, Ga., manufacture all kindsof is the product pf his own apiary, was c ,rWrit our Consultation Department, explaining -
\ou see adverti.ed, sash, doors, blinds, interior finish the best 'in flavor and the clearest symptoms and receive free confidential advise. your .

ouag's Drugstore ban and variety work. Write them for Florida product we have ever seen,, THACHEK MEDICINE COMPANY, ClutUnoo,..Tenfl. r
Prices. jiy.19 and, in fact. is
as good as that of I w

lplputy Dlarbbal McJM The, news reaches this city that any state in the Union. The honeys I ;:.

la tie city Tuesday on Henry Hale, who formerly resided 11 I sold in the frames, just as the'i ;1 f. 1.0 .d 1fr 1 m' 7.4si. f 4' O .

here, was shot Friday at Cedar Key bees made it, one pound in each, at -- y "

sirs-glass, putty and var- by a negro and It thought mortal 10 cents a pound. The comb is spotlessly r ir-
ly wounded. clear. This is excellent and Chil g
quantity at Young'sBall yi Ladies Mjsses dr.n'oiL.. j- _
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Mr. A. J. Legg, the popular drummer diet, much more wholesome than the tor Summer i

near in our fine assortment. .+ t
and children have ; was a visitor to the city Sun ordinary cane syrup, which retails at They are most delightful in theirsimplicity. _- j

(fol i"visit to relatives day, accompanied by his little about the same price.Everybody \vliu.h insure. We good hare service the quality; made ,, / ''x
,
daughter, Nellie. Nellie bas been on 1 1! from stylish material and developed d ,y *
sk.illlul
by tinirrrK. Our prices will .
the greatest blood a visit to her grand-parents .in Invited. hear comparison Hit the lowest If t ; ;,
re
(tie 20th century. Young Georgia. Tuesday evening, Aug. 27, at the !| : tumid flscwbrre. Kiblxui quality at cost.MRS. of. goodsconsidered. / l,4l 41 1 \j 4 c# 3ti

The Valdosta Sash ,& Door Co. armory, commencing at 7 ,o'clock p
,
m., the Symuhony Silver 'Sextettee 1 Y -
.,Fienrg,of Dunnellon, make all kind of turned and square
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and I N. MILTON
Orchestra will
columns give "weighing j I .
aUefcitTj; guest of Miss turned balusters, newels
i rI
sociable"
for
the benefit of that or-

: Biirk and children defy and them competition.brackets for prices of before all you kinds.buy.Write They ganization.to lose The boys their had bass the drum misfortune I j! f Monroe Block. Marion St. c V II \\

Bight for- Macon toM jly-19 during the
recent fire, together with
Special notice is directed to the
>.... call for bids a lot of music, which amounts to
in
this
issue for
ththree
,
'Scarborough, Jr.:, is e quite a neat little sum; more, really, ---- ---- -- '
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college -- -- --
new -
k.City people at Talj buildings. Bids than they are able. to pay out of -. -. -. -- ,
will --
,+ -- be opened at the.olfic'e of Geo. ..---- -
their individual pockets, and they
.. W. Wilson
president of the board of
Smlthson and family have adopted this method of securing --
trustees, at Jacksonville 1
the
on 10th
rin,the city, guest off of next month. aid from a generous public. The

vJ entertainment will be a novel one,
< !Mrs. Ed. Hayman, :accompanied by and under the management of

=lend J fielder, the popularconatyi Miss, Hallie Robinson, of Brooksville, I Mesdames W. J. Edwards, W. M,' FURNITURE FUITVI

j is visiting arrived in the. city Saturday and i sjIvesF. S. Woltz and,M. M. Scarborough
1t the city.L .
the guest of her parents, Mr. andMrs. who will act in tile capac ,

Carter, of Gainesville, C. A. Fipley Miss Robinson ity of chaperones and entertainers,' ...
4 vy;fifth circuit, wa inItfftb will leave in a few days to visit relatives is sufficient '
a guarantee to the public is the Time to
-l,tilDesday, [ in North Carolina. that it will be an enjoyable occa- Now Buy, _

left' Tuesday to joiYirgitta a Ernest Edward: who is. employed 11 sion. They will be assisted by a
As I Must Close
where he will!Irtoy the Times-Union and Citizen, was number of Lake City's most charm. Out

I weeks.I in the. city this week distributing ing belles, who will serve as waiters.

d I organs repaired at advertising matter for the State Now, the entertainment, as its name The Remainder of ,My Stock

' .:Co. Office at R. T. Fair. Ernest Is a4 apt and- energetic | implies.w ill be a weighifig-party. '. .- -

tlry store.zBarttson. young man ad"will make pair of scales will -tie ',laced at the -,---- ... _:c At ..Once.M. '

e left Sunday success with his employers. entrance .and each guest will be - -. ._- .-, -

nbia, 8. C., to remain Mr. Gardner Antony, a young Dierchant weighed, the forfeit to.be one quarterof .

',guest of friends of Starke, Fla., was in the city a cent for every, pound he or.he

L4,Duncan'and Miss Mat* Wednesday and has decided to locatehere may weigh-a beautiful present to 1J1r L YOUNG .
be awarded to the the J .
lady weighing ,
hft,Wednesday to spend and open a furniture establish \:
sai White Springs. 'ment. We are glad to welcome bi r. most, who will also be exempt from jft Ods 1::.til-oV '

: viler. and family ar Antony among us and wish him every the forfeit. H17ndware.
The will consist of band
success in the new program .
enterprise. -
y.thls. week after a ,
concert on the outside, which will -
Erblt to the mountains We would respectfully call attention
last 30 minutes, foUowed by the orchestra __ _
to new "ad" of M. E. Wright. d
5 fruit! If have
you any which will render an -
her Mr. Wright has just received a new appropriate s'wu'u'.....*
Young's Drugstore program in the hall until -
tot-to buy your fruit jarst stock of hardware; locks hinges,
after the refreshments are all 1 GO TO -
bolts, wheelbarrows, nails, barbedwire
served. The refreshments will con-
has accepted a and requests that ,you get his I
po- ( sist of delicious creams, sherbets, THE DOLLAR BAZAAR
"itMR.Jand B. P. Camp prices before purchasing elsewhere, ced milk and'an endless'variety of i
a White Springs as step as they are the lowest. M MMMMH M B MMMMM BMHMHM HH BMH MI HHHMMMflMHHBMBM
. sf'.r cakes, which will be free to all par-
Mr. L. Harrison, general adjusting _' Where your money will ffo the furtberest-Price i and Quality '- '
t ticipating. considered. We order Clothing MADE TO ORDER and guarantee t < Fyn.
. ofJacksonville, was agent and attorney for the SeaboardAir Now, while this is purely a social satisfaction. .

_ :tbIs week traTcling in Line, and Supt. O. M. Grady, of affair the boys have been prevailed .

Washington' and Lee the Georgia Southern.and Florida, I upon to render a short dance program Suits $9.oo and up.

t *- were"in the city last Friday to act as after the refreshments haven Pants $2.75 up. '

i -are-* money by buying agents for their respective roads I been served, that those who feel so

doorblinds, mantels, transactions connected with the construction inclined, may trip the "light fan We pay all express charges. Call and eee our line of samples.:
-- tastic." Everybody turn out and assist
y Mosta Sash & Door of a union passenger station the boys, and enjoy some good YOURS TO PLEASE,
u at this place.

s announcing the mar Mr. 'Geo. W. Kiunison, a former music. LAKE CITY. FLA. H. F. U R I Ec. .- -

J 13;Staten and Miss resident of Myers, is now in the St, Johns, Marion and Alachua ........ ...........

,'atlTuscumbia, Ala., newspaper business.; He is president counties each have appropriated .... .
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k. of Goshen 1250 for of making - .... -
Co. county
of the News Printing expenses
7 *Eetie Whetstone and Ind. His bon, Elmer, who learned to exhibits at the State Fair..Columbia ..r y.( ( ( .<>.(>.(>.().().(>!
' _fc Whetstone, of stick type in the Press office, is on county should fall in line with these

'' lyre in the the paper. Mr. Kinnison writes other progressive counties and makean
city
Tuesday
that James English, of. Alva, is In adequate 'approprlation for the 1 What do You Eat?

Atlanta for treatment, and he is improving gathering together of a creditable
tet1all skirt goods just under the care he is receiving. county exhibit. We have appointed d H Did You,Ever Stop to Think of That?
Homespuns, Chiviat a "Commissioner" but that is not N
ITess.
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popular prices -Ft. Myers enough. He should receive substantial :.Q.I Do you know that the markets are tt.iuded with adulterated ,,
a ptoq'sI The Florida Agricultural College aid financially. rc, :'k I! gOOds ot all kinds and that you are liable to eat = ,
).2 things you would not like it you are not tarelul about v. e r
_Harrison Is suffering junior scholarship has been conferred 1 a bat you buy I t-\(1
r v To be Kara of getting allhhc Purest and Beit GrocerlUli.'e .
w {,carbuncle upon Cadet John H. Bridges, for \\ buy brands that 1-": s" -
oc his right $100 REWARD, $100 only are guaranteed to be pure.Ve i'(.! r-'c
school His general buy them Iran reputable houses and we con assure our -
teces the next '
ltates year. readers of this will be pleasedto g
neglect of The paper % customers that e\cry article bought ot us shall be pure kA
v average for the last school year was learn that ttcaternce Lis been one dreaded ; C\ I and whulvtome. v -
disease that able to cure A .'lee delivery of goods to all part of the city. 1Z1
s $S.Palmer 86.6 per cent. This is the third in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall'sCatarrh
spent Sunda I He leavesfor Cure is the only jxisiiive cure not 1 DRY GOODS NOTIONS HATS 1
Mrs. Palmer scholarship won by him. known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh SHOES, ,; ;
Oroonp Bartow this week to vjsithis being a constitutional disease, requires a J AND GENTS FURNISHINGS.I -
e nding the week constitutional treatment Balls Catarrh .
( resort warden, )Ir. 1:. W. Codington, awhile nd Cure is taken internally acting directly up-1
of the 1 I B. LONG &
for university on the blood and mucuous surfaces N. CO. 4
there will prepare : the foundation f .
.lock thereby destroying
of system
cypress LakeCit .rla. .... #
shingles, the v.
work. Mr. Bridges is 'a close of the disease and giving patient ) Dealers in kneral Merchandise.
.rule for building the constitution and f4 ,
next, fifteen \strength by np 1
student and. has made an excellentrecord awihtiug nature in doing itt work. The pro- I I v"

*1H2 es. Apply BriXKS.fc to at the Agricultural College. prletom wers that have they KO much offer One faith Hundred in il8..curatlvep Dollars ,j ).( ()- )..() ( (>.( ( ()t9..(>..( \ >.< .().()i().().()' :(::)-.<> ( ()+<) '"

?> Messrs. L. M. Scarborough and I'. for any testimonials.Address case: that it tails to cure. Send for'I I -- ,
li tot
'' Evealn& Star.h C. Snipes, .f Tallahassee, are in the < K J.CHKSKV&Co.,Toledo, O.. .
--- ii i.. Sold by Druggists {i .
19 brokerage
the
ii. in
best
'- city and :will engage Hall's Family Pills are the sagan

bted*t to George business. They have rented ----- ------ --I IW. Most Complete Stock of
cabbage and let- office in the Vinzant Block and will !
ever seen grown in morn H. MORGANImanulacCur.r'a
dose is a man of fine open up for business Monday i
and
t r one -of the most suo ing. Mr. Snipes is an experienced Agent | Spring Summer Hillinery

Is-She state and hewgeheartedashe young business roan, particularly in I .

d the line of a commission broker. Not a Drummer. f Of any house in the City, now
}r.Close bought bin ,
OM Reliable Seed Mr. Scarborough, who b a son of on Display: at '
Scarborough, I represent three of the leading manufac-
*ho handles Clerk of Court M. M.
only tuners in Ury Qoods TObaCCO,Cheroots. Lu-
to be had, especially has been engaged in the practice of DricatingOtls. Paints-etc. Especially solicit J1ISS H. RILEY -
i and makes a s pelay+ for the past three yearn, and, the trade of Lake City and. surrounding ,-
I
strains ofcabonion while he will not neglect his pr aC- commumtr.saving of from ercano.a 10 to to per cent under guarantee regular Leading Milliner.
will give the business here co n- drummers'prices. Terms made easy. .
edisplay adfertiseauglfin pliant attention. We wish these Headquarters "Lake' piss. P. (X address, .
WinneldFla. .
colamu. j young men abundant luccess.

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6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 187*

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(! I-The' girl; gave a scream and stood I i : ;
Dr. Presently .he glanced up from his
Humphreys'Spedftes j: play and saw the boy sitting with his stock still front sheer fright. There 'I '_ _H:0.' .-:.' _
| back to a big elm, and gazing: for- was no sl.i'lttr at hand.
cure by acting directly upon |! lornly at his ragged shoes. Jamie held a sleek in his right
-' the disease, without exciting disorder in hand. The lag fell to the ground
I There was,something so abject .in
any other part of the system. the droop. of the boy's head that with a rattle but with his other.hand

Jt" 10. CUBES.I .flW'IS.F Wet herb,). strolled over to the lad. he still giat-ped the red jacket.
wer.. CoIljeSUooallIJIaD.matJolIS. .::.J I. "Well, youngster," remarked, Iak.. for the brook" he cried;
1 g-Uormi.Worm w .Worm Colic- .25 I don't do I and turning about he waved his ( 11 '
kindly, "w.kj IOU as suggested -

j-olarrb 3-Teetklog.Col1e.CrytngWak.fulnesa..of Children or AJulu...... .2.25} ?" j!' jacket brute. in the face of the furious .- .. ,.,, ,,.,,... ,

T-Cough.: CoUU,Brotiihltb.. ...... .'J3.5J5 "I haven't got any other clothes"
l -Aeur.UU.Toothache.FaceaUie .. said the boy, wearily. "These is all !I With a btlloof rage the bull madestraight

Headache..Sick Headache,Vertigo .',!J I got." |I for him.. Jamie stood his, O'I&t | :
10-0...,....I..lD IguUoll,W w SIOIIiIICII.\ AVetherby took notice then, for the ground till the b a.->t's horns were all !

1 uppreue4 or Painful I'erlo4 ..25a first time, of the boy's face that but on him; then deftly he steppedone
1:-\\'blie*. Too Profane Period .. .'J J13Crou ': shone from soap and water; of his side, and lifting the seek dealt j
*. Lari agilU.Iloar&ueu.*... .J3 been the animal a fierce blow on the
curly brown hair that had Aefablc
14lt Rheum. .
Ery.ipela.Eruptlona .23IS ,
-Hheum.lliira,Rheumatic Paloi..... .25 I brushed with scrupulous care. nose. similating ,
16-MaUrU. ChilU.F..veraudAgue..... .23 "What's your name?" asked Weth- '! The bull turned and charged on ting; Stomachs and
1!t-Cal.rrb.lillluema.Cold In the Bead .23 erby. ,. him again. As Jamie leaped to one --

20-U'hooplne-t'ough ... .......... 35 "Jamie McLeod, sir." side for the second time his foot SLEEP.:1
27-Kldnet DUeate..... .... .. ...... .23 "What! The son of old miser Mc- slipped ou the slippery turf, and
I 4 4I .. !It-* nou. Debility...... ............1.00 J>od?" cried the other. "Poor little : twisting his ankle he fell helpless to -- I-
3&-t'rlo.ry \VcakuerrWetttagBed.... 21 the the ground. He flung himself face Promotes
chap so that's of it! I'll
;
77-Grip.Ha1Fewer.. ........ .... .23 way |, waited
give you a try. I'll pay you three downward on the grass and .
Dr Manual of aUI>Iieaiea.t'OW' I
) gHumpbreys'ddrruagggtrt .tree.boU dollars! a week to start. If you provea for those dreadful horns to strike Opium.Morpuine;
1 by or sent on receipt of price.
.. Humphreys'H:\J."Co. Cor.tt iUloui A John bbk. success I'll make it four. How's.,t' him. NOT
.
New York. that?" 'I But even as he did so he heard'' ...

:- The boy's face had grown fairly I Wetherbv's voice, and then the sound ,

radiant with joy; then suddenly the '. of a pistol shot, followed by another i I _0lJDJ.

: E:7: : ::9fS-: : :;: light went out of his eyes. '! and another. Then an agonized bel- :; ILq : .
"I s'pose I don't look fit." h. said, low and a hl.'avy'thud. MX Sa

.I I She Star Caddie of *' "0, that's all ri ht." said the man '! __ *" J
1 6r :r.JsAperfect .
1 1rfeadowfield f
cheerfully. "I'll give you a couple of When he came to ha saw Wetherby /1 o.luJfnfiJ -
<
By Douglas z. Doty.actdC76i5k weeks' pay in advance. That ought gazing down on him. I (/ n .r.
7 to pretty well nr you up, hadn't it?" I, "Is she all right?" asked Jamie. -

t : The boy shook hi., head in a' hope- Then he realized that his head was Remedy for

less sort of way. lying in the girl's lap and he felt hers lion Sour Stoui ,

Jamie McLeod the young 'Tain't no use, I guess," he said t hands smoothing back his hair. \forms, ,

LITTLE the Scotch farmer resignedly. "Father said I couldn't -Boston Glob. i ness and Loss OF :

stock farm ran parallel to the Meadow work for nobody 'less I paid him The Lamp Chimney Industry.In -..- _
field golf course, despite his name three a week board." this country about 12,000 personaare facsimile Signature ofNEW

I and his sandy hair, was. truly a "I'll have a little talk with your engaged making lamp chimneys. o Year-J
Yankee. father myself," he told the boy, and YOEK.t Thirty *,,
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then and there he stalked in
McLeod senior was a widower; he upon
was also-a miser of the most pronounced the miser and gave him a piece of his .

j type, and poor Jamie led mind. Among other things he informed ,
anything but a joyous existence till the farmer that if he didn't

that day when young Tom Wet herby,x treat his son better, Wetherby', CASTORIATr.
the 'club champion, hired him as a would make the town too hot to hold No EXACT COPYOF WRAPPER. :
V a
caddie. him c'S tlts

Jamie had to exist on a diet of potatoes Two days after Jamie, smart in new crop __ ECE"T".CO.. .". _wrr vo.a. __ _
and oatmeal and not any too clothes and a red cap, started in on can be -.'. .:.:-::: :}:..: .:',:'- -",,:---,- ." ..- --: ::. -.._ ".- ,, -- p.-"

} much of either. lIe was allowed to his duties as a caddie. In a week's actQtit .
go to st'hool.1n the forenoon, but aft- time the boy became the star cad-I a "
die of the hoR11without -
ernoon he was forced to mind the course.
cows and do numberless chores'aboutthe From almost the first time the boy I 1TCeZc.! -."=R Tst6t t"TGT3TEtY! sTet"TGOt._;3?IC I J'Z tT: '' tEr..l'st. 'aEZ3fX Tj :.:..
was absolutely happy from morningto Potash. -
farm. r j t1 f!161'i1elfi)1..<:?I'iJ1+ToZ: ; :Ie1G2"1ZEY.Y j.I:::Z21 1"1=4'i1 -}? i.
night. Then came a disappointment '
The fourteenth hole lay alongsideof Supply
McLeod'a cattle yard and a high ; Wetherby took to playing i7 !I'I'l.Ii' 1

i fence separated the two. On an average with a partner' two or three timesa ,- enough Pot DON .T STAND,. .... ,,
about two golf balls week-a very beautiful young lady _
a day ash and .
dropped in on the farmer's side, and whom Jamie learned to call "Miss your illl! ON YOUR HEAD

he never would akow any of the players Elwabeth." 6ctS +, profits Avfll be II !1 -- ,
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or the caddies to climb the fence low Wetherby had been working I ''Id .
large without
for the balls sold for ten cents apiecein himself up into splejidiJ form, but 1 Gtr ; I : f\ND t.
the village.Jamie when he got to playing' withLUe girl I F 1at-h 'your' < fKIGK' ==" i-
had.reached that age ..when Jamie 'was*V-worried to notice I !' t.. ,I
that he went all to his crop"scrubby.will be JJl 1
pieces on
'he
began to be ashamed of his tattered I --=
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clothes and rebellious in heart drives 'anJ couldn't putt a little bit. I ." I il t !!1 tT the i>oor Printing you have been i
And the worst of it that time
that his father never allowed him a was as Our books, telling about composHHm+n of fertilizers l I ,3 U'' I +y UNing-when You can get the Best !
cent of spendingmoney. The laststraw went on Wetherby's playing fell. off bd UiiiHeil fat all crops, are tree to all Liruur-. "" :' just as ea..ilya" poor. Our prices are :
'was when he had sold a pairof more and more. GERMAN KALI WORKS, i II reasonably consistent with up-to-date j
NoiSJU bt,New YorL.
baby rabbits of his own raising, i, Strange to say, Jamie found it much 9t '1'1. ;) \,\ .4Jrt t-cIa":1 work. We are prompt. I;
and the farmer made him turn over. easier to caddie for the two than for III'. 0\\i ( Avoid further trouble and annoyance f!
{ the proceeds to him one. They never seemed to care if I :I j \ | by bending us a Trial Order. I I.II I. .1.1I

"That's my money, and I mean to the ball got lost and one day whenat I,i rTHE' II!

keep iU"! Jamie had said in his deliberate the fourteenth hole, the guttie had KodolDyspepsa 1li,ti REPORTER JOB OFFICE. "
popped over the fence into his fa-
way. 11111 H. L. DODD, PROPRIETOR _
Tm ther's place, and Jamie asked if he II I
jour father and you'll have
to dos I say!" retorted the old man, should po after it. Wetherby said: :l I I[ TT.'t_e!>T'a3Z: T-ZIc L10 t TeT T3! All J l
wEtLc' c
and his traveled significantlyfrom "Yes, Jamie, and if you find it in less : =
eyes ;
Cure
than hour I'll a'ZX I"I =SPZ'J.e the boy to the handy strap. an discharge you! Ie i ZT Y ''rEt n"lj TF3e3't"r' "
:
When bewildered !
Jamie
returned -
poor
i Poor Jamie Had already' felt the
in exactly one hour, he found I Digests what eat
sting'of the strap once that day, so you
he decided discretion was the betterS the two sitting under a tree, and I' Itartificiallydigeststhefoodandaids r" -- - -

part of valor, and 'remarked: "}'a- Wetherby remarked wry formally : I Nature In strengthening and reconstructing
ther, suppofcia' I could hire out to "Mr MtLeod" let me introduce my fU-I'i the exhausted digestive or-' I "Thou Shalt "
I Not Covet.
ture wife.
work for somebody, would you let gans. It Is the latest discovered digest-
me?" Then the young lady drew the boy not; and tonic. No other preparation ,
close to her. "You're glad, Jamie, can approach it in efficiency. It instantly < PERFECT COyTENTHEHT IS BOBS IS THE KITCHEN. HEALTHFUL MEAT .
"Ef is fool
enough to hire
anyone : aren't you?" she said softly. relieves and permanently cures I DAINTILY SERVED, MAKE A HEART TO MEET ITS FA TE.Writ ." -
a: shiftless good-fer-nothin chap like The boy blinked hard for a minute. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, lor Cutalogtu <:1100 iJftmt contnutlant uf flu tr.t pradaaioiu e/ tAr TfotaACeutcrj
y ou. I might let jer go providin'joupay Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea an4, tar .
"Yes, he retorted, sturdily; "I'm a modal outer, make lifT soil lii/ iI.t
me for yer board and lodgin'; Sick Headache, Gastralgia.Crampsand
really and truly glad-though I kinder -
seem' jour my son, we'll say three hate to all other results ol imperfect digestion. t INVESTIGATE
see a good golfer 'poiled.
i dollars a week!" Price SOc.and$. Large size contain*254 times
One day a week later Jamie was small size.BookaUtbouta'jrspepsianuiUecifreePrepared i rs T
Tom Wetherby was practicing on a caddying for Miss Elizabeth alone; ty E. C OeWITTA CO..Chicago.
new putting green the next afternoon -
Wetherby was to join her a little I
when a ragged urchin walked later. !

timidly up and touched his cap. ', Jamie with
the girl's bag slung *
J
l- you"Pardon want to, sir hire!" a he caddie said?;" "but do over one shoulder, and her red jacket I x 12t, .,tr ,tt%" Aims oflbny years Experma

over the other, was standing close to 9 Adorn the dome
2 Now, it so happened that Wetherby : \
his father's cattle yard fence, watching PATENTS t
a\ ttfCDllrer ize iR Fuel
; was searching for a good caddie, so for the drive-off at the fourteenthhole. I
he looked the caddie over critically. \ atom ;t ) 4lake Glad the ffoLr holds Queen-

"tio home and fix yourself up in She made rather a bad foozle, the pro.ptlypr.we.doaxoru a eadoodel.ketch,
some respectable clothes, and I will ball going far to left out of the right V IJuI or pSao)bni.U.as.d fur free report 01 tciuhiluy. Back"lion"
think about it!" he replied a bit direction. I FREE. Furert Lenin oreis.PaieauaadTtadaMark.offered ( !
The two were making for ere[ to innton j'1A ut rair&N11.tD D Ii
sharply_ and he went on practicing.O.A.B'I'ORI.A. !i! the ball as it lay near a turbulent ratEn,,,20,000 LAWms PATENTS PROCURED OP It YEAB8 THROUGH FKACTICE.C THEM. C

I tle mountain brook, and were almost kwtBCM mtOoBtitl. Suuad adnee., liuliftilO ; 11UJPSB1JiTO1Wt %

.,. there, when they both turned at the w C A. SNOW & CO.tt i
Bear,d? ilia Kind Yoo Han Alrrarsa sound of a panting animal, and there 'MSITYIl1.E TEN (
within 20 yards Came Farmer. Mc- PATENT LAWYERS, _
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Office, WASHtNSTON
of Leod's savage buu, his head lowered,. D.
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"National Steel Ranges arc the "Never .:ad a stove to bake U
best made.* evenly and q d 1y."

ii I e n.of M.hot Paid water, Mute always, 3ia. Mas.ELLEN TVHKS KifWH*

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I !] I' furnished." L 1 'In 30 years housekeeping" never-.
W. R.BRUiGHtrasr, OattswUc. C' had a stove to pleasing.

F After: one year's hard service. REv.J.B.E wnf'NWv Ic..
in perfecf condition.7* al J "
I am sure there is none snperiei.1'FASSH.C.
OEPHJLH SCHOOL Sash i1te. 9 j. t AnEAi.f.' Soperiatw ,
\ I I 4 Y t "Not one-half the fad regtlired; \\' erWorU>**
as formerly.: L1 "The: National the best range
MATRON VttyoBPmLT UKivEitfiiTT in "
/4 use
I y "Have never seen one I onld CJ.Ccsiss.Hickinaa.Xy'

)* ; 1 exchange it for" \Takes less wood and lass time.B. ."

F. STEATTOK, Nashville. T,1. DoIIDuII1d.
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I ISWAK W4nns Will toon I'
cmiu GL4SSWt5ta'Uuswgt TOYS IlUJlljlAWISI


I PHILLIPS & 3UTTORFF, MFG. CO. x NASHVILLE

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fur firstla and aLieTMntain. "Something New Under diction is pS parting hl'nt'. SUMMER ii and those who start p rT

# won.'la s. the Sun." one town 01 rubbing it go through ..whole. summer .

All 4octen nate tried to curd hand. with, on', Rightmi season with little trouble. A taint"of:Mala* -

iS4.. the ue of low tiers, acid rasc..inhaler C4T.1IIRlilly art IB the KcBtvcLr blo@rtalaa. 1 I rial poisoning in blood will
' baked than if drug in jsxste loriu. l'ht-ir your to-day last .
tUe mucuous dry up A stranger in the
mountain
membram- ciusloR dist until the
are boiled Fall unless drive it '
they out
water ; f2C,1Ma1alU'ei1-! 1aw eVul acid" tricts of Kentucky is always an object -> you now. =
y percent of the ban | Blood Medicines can't
way tn.- tame membranes entirely eaten of 1i1l. Wash, but : mak- aw..aMa. -.u..r
and bake era omtmecu have aimed to cure, while V-tes and his arrival there is not a man, woman I ing. The antidote for Malaria'poisoulua i is .
oven cannot reach
Lathe the ti
and experienced ea..e. An old or child in the mountains who JOHNSON'S TONIC. <-
Jl occasionally if nec- practitioner who n.n for
many years made a close study and sincialty docs not know that he is there. The i
|their burning. When tit the treatment of CATAHKH, has at last mountaineers The sickest'man
serve' the tame as if pertecicd a treatment which when faithtully have no telephone con is not always in bed. The meanest kind -
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sisd used nections.
not only rellt'al once. but per They have a trumpet-like | of sickness is .
to be able
just to attend '
Mgalnne.yartaa cause.manently-flopping cures cATiumf by removing tbe ariangeincnt. which trill carry a to one's duties. With x

x Lrerperter.. all known laiumuatioo.the dlsrUiries.and It in the only remedy c'urlng man's voice fully a" mile '\\l1t'n thfIItratlg't'r' i rich blood in your veins you perform, with pleasure, the work
to _
of textile fabrics afflicted parts.wd-nce. TbisKomUrlul that actually readies the ; arrives, some friend of the ; that becomes an arduous task for half well people.
known as SN remedy is mountaineer sends notice ,
: '
GFFLkS tbe through his J
is due to COA@A$TB6U CA- Y
11 mull. Esglmd, TAHIUI CUBIC,"and 1..u1d at tire trumpet. It is taken Why (Son't take JOHNSON'S
( which regard American low price ot One Uoliar each extremely !|. tip by another _you TONIC ? It is the
L taining internal and package con. person, who hears the warning, and World's Greatest
external Medicine. The
BraJfer1 medicine dealer
mhtk"4-' The au.- fldent ( nut thus I make: less
or a full mojlu'a treatment and ev it b carried all through the disI money on i > -_
*< *to great measure to the erything"s M'FJ'LK.Vi necessary! the to Il'lllt'rJect. trict. That man is closelyatcbed. JOHNSON'S| TONIC than on any other kind. Now remember
only rt >
jt wool absorbing the eras ever made and 1.. now i recognized cA11'ARa' If he makes good impression on the that yoar health is business and
the only at your making is his
not safe money
.sea niriAgatoftneba and. poiu\viure for that an mountaineers they cannot do too business.
--"- Ulsta.si. It curl'All ,
inflammation quickly and permanently and much for him If he creates a SUB' I'C
to 31r Ualso wonderfully Quick to relieve HAY picious impression, his life is It would pay better to drive
rsTKH.and COLD In the It u.... not' you twenty-five..miles to get a
eonnty cow missione CITAKUH when neglected often leads 0 worth a cent. bottle of JOHNSON'S. TONIC rather than the ;
use
kind
COXlVMPTION-"S\t'l' FI.ES- willsa e you I --. I cheap '
rise building of a ne If you but use it at once. Ilia noordmary reme that pays more profit to tho dealer.
>"Coat not leas than 133 dy lively guaranteed a complete treatment which Is put Special Master's Sale. i i a
to
care CATA@aH in
$Agricultural Colleg form or stage if used according to three any TKDER and by virtue of a final decree in Moneymaking and Life-saving don't run very close together.
lions
which \.J
-' the erection of abo u delay but wind accompany tor it at aacb once package and write bun full t Judicial foreclosure Circuit ot Court mortgage ot Florida in in the and Third for I''I JOHNSON'S TONIC is the kind that cures. It is 100 times

M particulars as to vane condition and you Columbia county in cnanci'ry. in a certain bettor
gift lulldings. will! receive special advice from the discov mailer therein herein A. It. Hart tor the than Quinine. :Doesin_ one day what slow Quinine '
for a rynmasbdoubled erer of this wonderful remedy regarding use of I.. 1>. M, Thoinuvn and L. D. M I' cannot do in ten -
your case without cost to you beyond the Thompson are complainants and Roliert days.; 1-
before th regular price of '5SLFFLES"theua! r- Campbell and Henrietta Campbell
anteed Catarrh Cure.' are defendant- I will offer Better do own thinking when
Terdoci any fur sale hilfe'l I your your health is at stake
Sent
prepaid to ell at
any address In the United public outcry at the _
*talin.\Iti8 thought tha States or Canada on receipt ot Due Dollar. court bouse in the city of Lake l ll,. Plor- Insist upon having the World's Greatest Medicine
Add res* Oepu KS. EDWIN R UILKS&COM ida. to the highest aud beat bidder tor ca.b.I' ,
tkdexpendituceseeh o PANY,_S )and 3SJ Market Philadelphia. I".t"'ceu the legal hours on.ttoncluy
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: in Institution _._- ,. September 2ml, 1901, ;,' JOHNSON'S CHILL and FEVER TONIC.

jB01p all! that certain: lot.parcel or tract. of land. _
lying and ln-ljiof in ti"v .e '* ,
SEABOARD AIRLINE amt &w iork and it occurred to I I
pMn o1VTAiNS 'them that they wanted a little fun. Extract Inn a Lttttr date It Las beeu on the market for theinist x
t wventwu and stands
years,
>< So what OrttUvllle. *. C. Y
j did they da but catch Pete : August 16 ISS9tAt higher to-day as a curative agent

t h>who was loafing about in a sociable the Aile of 50, .lit 23 years of utlve I than any other medicine made. c +io. s,

RAILWAY. i l i33nd friendly way and throw him in- practice I am a careful observer and Take thorough course of JOHN- t

.tan SERVICE I 'i I1lto the river. Not content with that, I I t I tious leaoCOll.ocleDtlou8lreDdor.l870IU'JoBSSOS'In endorsing proprietary 4ueJlciues,eauSOY'S B ,:i TO in VIC life and that eujoy only belongs that keenpleasure to -
'miney
began pelting him with stones I t I 1 k CaILL.uD rtviu.Toxic as ODe of the best thoroughly well people..
u w -SOTTHEKN PIVfcJION. ---- -1 J 11j "!'vhen he tried to swim ashore. To I combination remedies for Chdli mod Fever I -
t -I j ) i_-2-7--j 3i' | '01 I I have crag used.: It corrects too vitiated se- Costs 50 cents a bottle Get it I '
MMiiiaip, 4 1, Lr Jacksonville_ _. :'' ijnany people it will seem strange t to-d i
-- Jip ? u .\ II 30a 8A) p cteUooi of the liver,relieves cotU?eneis. "y.
/ lI I Ar 8tld..I0____ _._' w.hat: there I = F
-a .. _- 111 111 ai Poe p should be any fun in that I I 1 promote absorption and assimilation of food, ( ? i
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1 w p 1 1q a-, ..._ ."Cedar. Key_____ ___ u. a s, p trolr. A. B.
.1v p : 13 at ....,_ r .. Silver Spring.___-.-_.._- ---.----.. Jfip24Up PI-u' IL A. 'ViLUa \ CIRARDEAU, .
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1 to s is a. .. Ocala i ., [ T. P. EDW.11UJ8.L
.I tt'llJwa.d........._ -I. __t PI.t 15: a a SAVqNNAHGA.
tits twoII'3p --... Lh bur&____ :3 17 p, S 30 ._
"Tavares_.. ...:.:.I :3 oIIi '
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s eta .. ___.____ ... .. :I 10 730
i ti a w 37 a' '.. ._ Wllller Park..,__ .....16 ii ....._aI' _
,. ,,4. W at I M a ......, I' Dade Cif].__ ____ 4 OOp 4 Wa I ,
"Plant Cily.._...._..-..... 4 St p 5 in a Y j\ K. ILAAVKKS
Tampa.--__. __. _. 1i.JII 111 6 lia 1 ( ; ,

1Ilp tIia.._ _-.. The Famous Atlanta Optician.
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Connection made at Pernandina 'jS
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with Cumberland route steamers

leaving Pernandina 1:30 p. m. daily
except Sunday arriving Brunswick --. :
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.,. .... .. i tl-eave Fernandina for Jackson-t
a ? '. n6i36a rille .:-10 a. m!and 4.50 p m. U\IDERJIllIKER] !

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3 Li 13 p I North and East. No. 37 8:55 a. m., N o L t1eCit *. '1a.. f

p,27 9'15 a. m., No. 31 &10 p. m. From
.::. ........ :: !; as np I I the West No. 2 7:23 p. in. Prom the Cottns gust l Caskets all Stiles and 4

_. Id 3 to su a ( South No. 24 at 8 a, m., No. 66 at[ I'ik-es. Orders Promptly Filled .

-.... t iu a 3:55 p. m. ,

-; Via anJ Metropolitan- Limited, restibuled -train between RRDE 1VIARK. -

hew York, \Vaahiugton including draw-
aad oUcrraman buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonville ,


l 154 Atlanta Past Mail solid vestibule train consisting of day ,, .... ..COLD MEDAL-. ..... :r
a &
: h3trage and e:presa can between Jacksonville and \Yasbtnflaji ,
sleepers between Jacksonville and New York. Highest Award Diploma ot Ilonor .

ipr Key West and Hayanna Leave Port Tampa Sundays Tues TH .

JIUOO P. m. ONORRHOEAGLEET ESTABLISHED 1B7O. ; p i <..
t.tlttper. between New Orleans and Jacksonville. I

i at City Ticket office 2U2 W. Bay street. Telephone 260. .-. jI These Famous S' lasses for Sale by r3T t F

I JAS. M. BAlm, It E. L. BUNCH 'I CURE j r .

C Gen'l-Sup't- Gen. Pass. Agent. SAFE SURE *I' Watts & Son Tested -
Portsmouth. CURE YOURSELF I ; Eyesight Free.

.AmUtant Cen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla. 4 .K.-s.. I r
st oo.IT oaucsrsrassr
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c.. via J wtloft-Ua"tt.s' glasses are never Iot" dlN. He sure that "Utwtes"ls stamped on frame.
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Quick I
btep____ r Is the distinctive characteristic of our I

e1r Ly.''' '. ..llaan".""...........Ar Ti5 p m 4 loll 11UII411i1l1. \ I Men's Women's and .
p ........ ... ... ............. 2-11f1'III 2 52 a m .. Boys' Children'sSPRING : -
p lit .v .. .. ..\1.nll' _. .............. 2 35 p III 2 31 a m
pal Ar.. ... .... .............._..Lv :24P III 2 15a m I .
.... se Lv.. . (VirJele. .Ar 20Sp m 2 15 a m ,. # Ri and SUMMER
I to .'.. ... ....Mhbtlrn............. ...... 1 'lOp m 1 35 a m I
.if!.FI- .,.'t .....1 Clon..:..............1.v 12 .V> p a iu
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lit Lv, "...'7 iltou......... ........Ar 12 33 p a a m 1 I II I t
: m. .. .., ....tI..rlts.... .............. 12 O'lp III I 122iaiuU II CLOTHING -
a .- . Iirartltne.............. 11 f>1. m : U a m i 7\ -
'II Ar. ... .\.J.lOIta.... ..... ...Lv11t 10. III 11 35 p in
II Lr.... ...\'at'Oota ..........:....Ar II 10 a m 11 35 p mID i I i
a; .... ... .Ja l.rr..a iny $4 p m I I TMa01eMkRK : I NO STOCK in .
!PI'II .. .., ...\ S|prings... ...+ ........ a! a m 10 0.p III the. SOUTH ,
pp tr.........UkediUkeCit ...;..... ....f.v 9trla inA50a U40I)1II f equals ours in QUANTITY
pk L V, ... .............;..AP'i in tl :! il/ III I QUALITY. VARIETY, ;
j-"'e se .. ..",...IU|>Mii City... ........., ," 7 M a ui 805p iu BALKE'S : III or general excellence of STYLE and FINISH, and r f=
I' 11 R .'. .. ..I1'luplOO. .;... .... 7 37 a mC 7 52 p m040p y on EQUAL QUALITY c i
spat !
Ar..I.alatta..L\ 25 a 111Vliile ra I! .

I'I- -.. UAINtS\'ILLE. FLA.i.e. LIVE OAK !, )i ;;liver Prices Always Lead.

/II ,. ._.ute CII.)............Ar4 is Wa 11\ 9 20p 111 I 11M : -4.- :
iM' Lv. ....... .SIImrwno ..:. ..... 'iIQa m I 7 I I 'Ladies' UUur-llade Suits
t 't r..._....... U.III"1'1I1.. ........-....I.II 4a am 1 oopIn, Waists. Skirts ?
Underskirts. .
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C tit G Itr. X C .t Si L Ity, Ill Cant, R R and connections. !t wear, in especially. exclusive F -

p lit Lv.... take City.......:..... 610 a in 7 W P a'M SOFTENED BY tC .1 t! selections.. .T'"
ZRI Ar .. ...". .11.011..1.' 11 lip 111 II ) aIn .
L At. '. ..Atlanta ..:.. ......Lv iSmlJD 7 50 ) MAIL/ORDERS
I. Ar. .._ ..n..II.uuu a..I.v 26.11\ 3 Via in Awarded Cold Medal at Atlanta Exposition.I -

:tit. Ar. .... ..Naslivilir.......: .I.v 9101'11\ si/n: g:
.h.____ .. ht l.auis......._..-Lv:: 8 -It" m y I solicited. Careul attention and shipments C.O.D.

A 1Ar. .. ,lYneinatllI..... .". i (II) pili 111( /lIu III Is the best and purest with privilege of examining before paying. tkr.q(llli r s[

M h..._...__ ..l'hicagn. _...._.._...I.\ 700.11I 1 .... ...;.. sold Correspondence Invited. -'cI
Rye Whiskey
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do 11111101) in" South
the :
.lu..Jti..h..r" 1"\'IqhI'HI sleeper' lo'l.t't'II.t: 'Louis.I 111i'iIValtIoa'a .; I"
be-
..1.. through l..rk r III..li1f.r! r sit t coachk s H. -

Il,.1'aeon open lor riiwutVpoton the reception of return po!ceagers until III...I.30.1110'\a oh.IJPpot and can Ma a R. F. BALKE & CO.'PrOprietors.- I Levy Bro;
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CINCINNATI,U.S. A.Or4 ..
kA. c. D. FISH,
I.. Agent Lake City FI$. "a mt'M to oar toad offif vUl b* GEOHGIA. I
.f; HUIlY Bray'. 111aa fim osf pwWt ewadltat diI&riIw t.:; r

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REACON OF H QUARTER-century old M rate';. to the north, wet and Nine i
\ 1 i f 1 r R t remedy for coughs and I southwest,' via the Louisville and } 1ERBINE tf I

c colds that's as good to I Nashville I:. 1:' The LouUville and Tenthsof

:: : : day as it ever was,and '| Xashulle U 1:. offers the lowest f
4 /lalways has been the best Twenty I!straight rates to all points through-j f
/ years of guaranteeing Foley's .;,out the north, northwest and southwest Pure Juices from Natural! l RooE f
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+ Honey and Tar, because it was a
r '! and summer- tourit tickets to all 1 the
s t 1 sure remedy.has brought its reard lake and mountain resorts tGULATESi 1etf crJSt3inachndDra
I jail p i
j% ..4 in large sales and many friends. alto !
through the north and northwest, -
( PeopleSuffer a. Cleanses the
j roa wE -. _' It's still the same guaranteed-to- ''so the Pacific coast. Through Systeht, PUrifiesth.eB j
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Q1N'Vto It will cure all coughs and colds Louisville, Nashville, St. Louis, r HES Maaria! Biio: si!=e3 s J Cost t rf.!i a.' J
: croup and hooping'cough, ja .
grippe and bronchitis 'It will '!Chicago and New Orleans. l\jrde- from aDiseased Weak{ Stoll!,aoh ai! l1pa.lfed Digestlot; ; I
FOGYtom.. relieve asthma and consumption, r | tailed information, of the perfect
CMt r even the worst cases, and will pre passenger service offered by the I.. i ery Sotiie {G mrar.:jel U Gin M afjsf cti l.
vent pneumonia. It's guaranteed &S.K. K.. showing through f-rhed- .! H''J.vz.'L"I- .
i i tiles, sleeping'car lines and for rates, .". ---LLx.oll4l. 11 11.I:1LG.
Liver Prices O Cents.
For cuts, bruises or sores : reservations and any desired information :
't i| call on or address, B. II. Hopkins -
BANNER CALVE is best.
L : Florida passenger agent, Jacksonville rrrarcd fcy .IA.i S F. BAI1ARD.St.Lay,L,
i Fla. C. L. Stone, eneral +t0 3t"L3exrE+ereK trile"'-ryee.er n."AA.'U J I'
\ passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. """"
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by
The World's Greatest Fever
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Medicine. ,
J. D. CALLAWAY ,! H Ives Jr.
,. Dr.v. Johnson's Tonic does in a day what
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BROKCUIlKAL slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. -
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j r ESTATK AND PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Its splendid cures are in striking con- Hit J.i..T..TYT.T.q.I..T.:.. ""
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', INSURANCE AGENT I trast with the feeble cures mabe by .. .'C y-
|1I LAKE CITY, FLA. PHONE 118. Quinine.If ... I
Lake City Fla. I you are utterly wretched take a S'IN n :
I thorough course' of Johnson's Tonic m Ready POI ) .
: L. E Rosettt os. 1 A. It Sl A1.L 1 and drive put every trace of malarial -
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OTIS R. PARKER, Jaipor.Fla. I Lake ('it,. Flt a. \ auiOninr. The wiae insure their U
j riouL SON dfc SMALL. '!lives and the wiser insure their / Your F.asterant". of. e\try kind can' i S e
IM/ lactoril The 1arg.st anj bcd
mvt
j i i health by using .fohn;;on's Chill anti ) ;
Attorney At Law. ATTORNEYS AT LA JJ'. '. fever Tonic. It costs 50 cents if iti HHH blTeIr pr.'oh d a\\iIL.)1AI., A {

i LAKE CITY, FLORIDA. :. LAKE CITY AND J ASPf.R, FLA. cures; not. one cent if it does not >HN< SPRING AND UAlAIElf HATS
Will do a general practice in State and i i- ..< ;:
Federal courts. Collections and couvejaucing "'f,; J. s_ \II
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''zjul Block dlstw-lir. this country about 12,000 persons i, : awaits Jour i.leasuie.' Out-nI-U>wu oraern rtteivvvrotnDt attectlca W?
DR. E. RIVIERE -. ie[} engaged making_ lamp chimneys. N/

DENTIST, i $ MRS. L. T. FUNK., I
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Office upstairs the rear of Price's Drug OL-IlZeR 1 / '
Store. LAKE CITY. I'lTR 4 J 54f :
ATTORNY-AT-LAW.I t
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j i COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS I i
J. NIBLACK, A SPECIALTY. | -- --- -
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i I Office- Marion street up stairs over Mrs.j) .
I PHYSICIAN Sll1fmOXBeilid T. A. Perry building formerly occupied by; .
DC hUll lice 41. iSooztr &Callaway. I I .
Headquarters at WIFE'S ; Practice in all State Courts,prompt atten-
messages If II here Drugstore-mil be All lion to ail liusines. Mortgages and Deeds t' GUARANTEED .
drawn and acknowledgements taken., I ,
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jrouiptlv.itlea ta MASTCB IN CHASCEBY FOR! UIIDEB A l Tom stDnes Mouon1i
LAKECITFLOHIDA.. r
janl-68 COLUMBIA COUHTY. ;I $5,000 DEPOSITR.

'. I R. FARE PAID I .-

t P. J. BECKS 200 FREE Georgia Vermont
I c and Italian flarble. :
II Scholarship offered. .
I' Write quick to Granite Monuments Hea,-Islones.Tablets.Statuary Also Steel 1
CONTRACTOR and
t ffl_BUILDER. I CA.ALA.BUSINtSSCOLLECE.Macon.Ca.Save I Wrought Iron Fences. Parties needing Marble work will find it te f
t A. their interest write us for designs and prices. All Wark tluar.at.r5 ;

., \.J Your Vegetables f t f
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.LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... 1 Company

A PLEASURE M tw'u aw I c VALDOSTA,
p j TO QUOTE_ PRJ ES. GEORGIA. Iyetat'R 1
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CULL ON ME BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KINO OF WRIt: a$ r. -pW I ia ..
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Sold by Geo. W. Price. tfA1CHEI\, i rkjcnassT -rbEALER IX- .."I,

> Protect orchard*, gardens, cotton corn
> I tobacco.cucumbers tomato,,.and all other
I traits and reretable trom the ravages of I ,, Cool Drinks, Fruits, YegetaI -

I Nashville Glkmaooooa <&< St. Louis Ru. ,I Send insects U mthouttbe for sample trap use ot bp poison mail. or. spray.- = ..
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AGEXTS WANTED IS EVERY OOt' 'T\'. bles Tobaccos Cigars
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Western and Atlantic R. R. ;!1' See local notice in another_ column.Ocala.apg-1-tfni\; Fla. Nuts, Raisins, Apples! ,

I "Battlefields Line"Through -

r sleepers to Chattanooga, Nashville, and St. Louis connecting in White -+$+- Bronze And. Fine Candies. -j
union depots for Louisville, Cincinnatti, Chicago, Memphisand
all points Wet and Northwest.C. flONUMEi'TS. .MAXUFACTCBERS: AND BOTTLERS'OF : ; Lji

E. IUUMA.N G. P. A.,Atlanta Ga. T. M. DOYLE.F. P. A., Jacksonville. FI a. I I! odav ter. Karsaparllla, strawberry. Ginger Aij

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Best:. Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business.

't Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. I. .',.' _.-' __ :--'-- =,"' -.=__._._.". ,;J SUMMER HEAT r -

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Chalker & Small : -"'; "" ;;;?f. The thermometer will Soon be climbing to the Som-
Agts. j mon enduring than-stone: better and O contrive mer beat tar.k' You will soon wishing you could
cheaper. Endorsed br scientists as You can. get without that*"inlly hot range. _
I practically mJestructable. \ou can .
save money by- writing .for designs O
. . I and price. TL A' BLUE FLAMEIJ j
,G. M. RAY, ARCHER, FLA. ,
Agent for Columbia County.. Blue Flame makes an Ideal beat for cooking-quick
Carriage Maker and Undertaker I I Also agency for Star'Wind Mills and Tem- QO convenient It and economicaL We nave Stove you want
.1 | ple Piimps. an.l1'11bular; Well maker. All O All costs but little and is a great labor saving device.
prices reduced june7 iUes-with or without cooking utensils.
V Coffins and Caskets always on band at reasonable prices. Prompt O "
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/V o\ to. FINEST IIKARSE IX THE CITY. g H I Oeo. s. Hacker & Son O -

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OF Have Better Meals, and the Cook a Better Temper. '

( Doors Sllhifl dsOIllllS? I ware carry and Lhe 11O-'are mo.o.t romJll/In the cit.line of Just Crockery QIl< Rubies. and Wagons for sale and Built la Order. General Renair- O p.-ices. the lowe..l e..idering.4Iual1ty 01 what you IrautO -
/ a> (Jt'cllll'II: work gmrinttfcd: I'irrlape material for sale.ah., lds.
W agent tor Marble Mouuuicuts, and Crave Stunes. O -

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113-117 HAMILTON STB. LAKE CITY, FLA. CHARLESTON. s. c.
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LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. STREETY.S
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