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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 23, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Columbia County citizen and Florida tobacco plant
Preceded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1885)
Succeeded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1919)

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CITUEK.&Ub. 1886 flag.24,1900 LAKE CITY FLA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1901. Vol. XXVII No. 41

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{A6RICULTURAL. COLLEGE. Mrs. W. B.'Dye, an excellent -
.., Chris- THE DIFFERENCE. stoned
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c dog into the
':&.. tian woman from Bartow, has chargeof water and I er a mob to hunt men; and whatever

iP'1ht following: from the the girls' dormitory and fr him will amuse themselves in just may \\c said of the right of an indignant : N
every It takes all kinds, of people to that way again, where the watchman -el
Ut eirtlser, credited to ,the thing is kept neat and orderly.- The community to take the law into .
:RlitAes : rooms are large and well ventilated make a world, and that fact was illustrated is, and perhaps some of them were its own hands when crime ii clearly

e.Q E: (y continues to grow.. Its the table is said to he supplied withan ; in a peculiar-way not long sufficiently ashamed themselves to proved, there is no |>osstble excuse

in is''BOW said to be 5,000, and abundance of wholesome food and ago in New York." To those vh o I retrain from such oerformances for for' such an action when the prisoner
read of the incident it the rest of their lives. A deal U
the may occur great not absolutely known to be guilty.
Hags are goingup in all di- rates are very reasonable. The .
that some pains to be taken of such cruelty is .
commissioners attendance of ought to more thoughtlessness The statistics of lynch law show thata
studexts
,\Tl county last
1 year wailaJout tort out different ? of than anything else.,. One
type humanityand boy, considerable percentage ot those
ikred tie building of a new : 230, and it is confidently expected
consider which is best worth encouraging stronger more active or more who hate been timeor
lynched at
hove cost not less than $35 that the one
... ta ,- number will be increased vicious f"5
j than the rest, sets the fashion another had not been proved !
;The State Agricultural College this coming year to'over There is a line of and the rest join in The difference >fcii
'tafttt the erection of about 300. Our last legislature did wise coast steamships I guilty, or anything like it; they were
a plying: between New York and Boston between different "crowds," ": tti" The lawlessness
merely suspected.
....if new buildings. Mr. thing by making such liberal !
; appropriations which owns as its mascot a small or "gangs" of boys Idiot. so much in which caused their death is exactlythe
)) ,1ft for for this
a syrIlllkely great and
'H-fm,1X growing wooly dog known as Pete. He' has the character of the rank and file as same in greater degree as that
i* doubled before the Institution of learning and
we trust
traveled to and fro one In that of their leaders.
on steamer r of these New York wharf-rats and
ai fcVtoe its ;
f I'hlahtd; ver does anythought ever'widening usefulness
may or another for several years, and has At any rate, there were concernedin It ought to be suppressed .wherever '
hitteft. Is fully meet the fondest j
thatmule
tIt and
Ph1f bJ most sanguine this
always been well treated. One day incident two opposite types found:
Ue;:expenditure of expectations 'of its
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numerous of .
the
I during recent hot weather, a lot humanity,-the type which delights -
ta fcudnen an Institution as friends. There 1* plenty of room in of boys were swimming near one of in inflicting pain and that I II .\. H. Davis, 1ft. Sterling, la.,

care: to bare bear his name. i ictfttlnly Florida for all our schools and colleges the steamers which was tied up in which is willing to suffer to prevent writes: "I was troubled with kidney

.. .a'big hearted man to grow and do good.,, New York harbor, and it occurred to I pain being inflicted. It is likely that complaint for about two years, but

Mend .to?all our educajtereitlC them that they wanted a little fun. many of those who came to know I two one dollar bottles of Foley's Kidney .

The trustees are The Alabama constitutional con- So wbat did they do but catch Pete, about it did a little thinking about Cure effected a permanent cure." xat
vigorous efforts to improve vention by a vote of "a who G. \V. Price.
to 25 was'loafing about in a sociable the desirability of allowing the former

polarize 'tne school, and we reconsidered its action in rec and friendly way, and throw him in-. type to perpetuate itself. It was
:their Emperor William kis;eJ Count Von wbri
note 'decided
to
suc* ommending that women be permitted to the river. Not content with that, [ja sort of object lesson which could Waldersceon
both cheeks
when be
t&f- lire ilghlj fortunate Inthsservices to vote. Those Alabamians they began pelting him with stones i I hardly fail to have some effect.

of Dr.--T.' H.as evidently do not propose to discriminate -> when he tried to swim ashore. To I The spirit which sets a '"gang" of the arrived Bible at' Hamburg. But, then, _- !-.**.
: I teaches IH to turn the
president of the.col- between women and the degree: many people it will seem strange boys, agged on by two or" three leadIng other cheek uen"undu the
He(a a man of broad culture, In denying the franchise to citizens. that there most
should
be any fun in that spirits, to torture and kill a help trying circumstances.
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Judgment and thoroughly sort of thing, but there is. The more less animal is very much the same I _

of the times. in educational Don't be satisfied with. temporaryrelief miserable a defenseless animal can as that which insists on lynch law as f Moore's Pilules are a guaranteed

-'lie will. have associated from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia : be made and the longer he can be.. a substitute for justice.. During the : cure fur all forms of Malaria, Ague,

Wn( ;corps of expert teachers, Cure permanently and completely made to fight for a chance of life before season, severalyears ago, when there I Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever, Malarial

'-ljbJfhitandard of instruction is removes this complaint. It I being finally killed, the more : was a general hydrophobia: scare in Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaundice

'.'aaintained- Mr. John Calla relieves_permanently because it al amusement there is in it for some this country, great 'many harmless Biliousness, fetid breath! and a ,

-' sf Lake City, one of the truakhiffl lows the tired stomach perfect rest. folks. The folks who take their dogs were probably 'chased down and tired, listless feeling. They cure

Iy showed through the Dieting won't .rest the tomach.. sport in this fashion would see nothings killed at one time" or another 'because Rheumatism and the lassitude following

e:buildings and, grounds and Nature- receives supplies from the fun.in which other civilized l I the cry was started by some bloodspoiaon, produced from

4 tome of the new plans soon food we eat. The sensible way to I I' human beings regard as highly d sensation-lover that they were mad. No malarial Arsenic poisoning., Acids or Iron.No Quinine.Do
not
potato execution. The young help the stomach is to use Kodol sirable. Their idea of heaven would Among people who are in the .habit ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely

p s's' dormitory: la to be remodel Dyspepsia Cure, which digests what possibly be a place in which they of disregarding the rights and suf- tasteless "Price, 50c per box. Dr.

> 'the campus: set in grasses, you eat and can't help but do you would have an unlimited number of ferings others, it is quite as easy C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main
,and otherwise beautified. good! A. R. Street, St. Louis, Mo. Geo. W.
: Wise. helpless creatures, brute or human, for some thoughtless to
person
Bath
.....:i: ::_ Price, druggist. [mar-'Ol-lyr]
but prefe rably human, to torment as ,.,
they chose. The chafiLes are that
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: if these could :t. .H+ ""t-K.6-9 "' 6
boys without dangerof *# ... ...
punishment, have gotten hold of gibs

a smaller boy and treated him justas I REFRIGERATORS .

they did Pete, they would have -

J H. been still more amused.In .
Briggs !* Special Offer
default of anything better, however V ,

Pete did very well. But in the 8 200-lbs of Ice TOA I !'
PLUMBING YONIBVYL..a.
.a Refrigerator
ESTABLISHMENT.. midst of the entertainment the H

[ Tfoii located In the Rear end of the' Block St. watchman came on the scene, and !. of me within the next thirty days. Must hare the
Perry on Orange H room for my :New Ten Ton Machine.Vben iDMall..d -
tie was an old man and fon d of the !. .p will give me 15-tons
dally capacity,,and.
.:With a Large Supply of Plumbing Material dog. Strangely enough, he was one ..1..... Cola Storage all the year round. F.-

...{- .ORDERS 'RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. of the people who fail to set fun jn ;; O. A. Mann, Lake City, Fla.

.things of this kind. He told them to

stop. He was on bhore and the' boys tt..t-.ri-9 # ou +mutt... ..
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were in the water, and they had the .
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advantage anj'knew it. They kept

on having fun, and presently a stone .f.a.tl. !.;;!o.t -

:- .- struck Pete on th e head and he began uT

f/ifljfl>>fl>>10 l>>lil>>fli1tfiJ fliJt/iJ"s il>>fliJfliJfliJfliJ/jfliJ fliJ'W' to'sink.: The old watchmah did ,

!5fl. not stop to take bis clothes off. He THE NEWEST
}'" f
maker 4i jumped head first into the river and SHIRTWAISTSm
.
swam toward the dog. His head was

:.4 e !Ier and Optician. i: ; @ hit by a floating beam and he was tIiJ. These show a diagonal direction of the fabric from the
; shoulders to the lower front. '
'. : W. :". This effect is secured with '
stunned. Then a fifteenyearoldboy \ out cutting the fabric bias. ifIll >;'
Our lady
-. patrons can see \IJt /
t4 'Till U our business_and we are doing 'J:" who had taken no part in the l 1 pictures of these' styles in our Parer Pattern Departj

,-; oar tie best best to please. you and give.you .In.,,:, previous sport, came along, and saw ;1 A. ment, as the August DELINEATOR, just received, contains
service.kyerytklug WI several illustrations
what and he into of this newest effect. Another style
.:. was doing; leaped
we do we warrant cannot. i/iJ of shirtwaist is that called the "Grecian Pouch in
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;.' .be done better any where.CrerytlilDg 11 the water and rescued the old man, which the front is ift. I
':1 A very lonjj:, and by being caught up in '
we sell we guarantee. and \Ill and then pulled the dog out with a \liI the belt produces the pouch effect. 'J:\'
;;f ]lrlltrCt you In your purchase In every :1 A
c-'* .Graduate way-' ta Prices and in Quality., \Ill boat hook.: Both recovered, and the @ PATTERNS OF ALL DESCP IPTIONS. I
:
OpUclan-Scieatiflc fitting of
; dog insisted on going where the
-iA, l pectacl"s.- Musical, Good En- '!l! 3
f, i ee: -cnVWI a SlJeClaity 11LROBT watchman went. Dry Goods and Clothing.

@ There are many persons, includingthe 4

t T.. RADFORD. tai boys! whose amusement. was, so ff 'M. L. PLYM PION. I

-0"-.....'> .. E84S.. ;,,.. summarily interfered with, who will $ z
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\U1 say that this was a good deal of a 1

!5fl. t!}) fuss to make over a dog, and that a Opposite Court House. .

human life is worth more than that : :.. "
-oS; ;?:, ;;:J,?!, !J.l="P ;l=' 7:';?:' '"il'P
of animal. it iil.But .
an Undoubtedly
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; L} When a fireman risks his life to save ru s

that of a crippled child Ina tenement -
,JO STRETCH fl DOLLflR M
: -fire, we do not reason in that

::jO MAKE IT GO fls FAR fly POSSIBLE.liw r'- I Iat + way. We do not argue that he oughtto Florida Agricultural Colle e. g

.... weigh the worth of his life with 3a
4
--1 }; We hare a plan of our own for doing this. It Is to gin that of the child, and sit down on the LAkE CITY FLA. K
&k the Largest 1'ossihle Value tor It. Our old enstomrrssay t ,
r/ ___ we do that and stay with us."We, invite you to try us and : i sidewalk and let the child .burn to A rl
!": prove it to satislac tiou. : .' EIGHTEENTH
-,:., "'L your I death. It is obvious that the moral f YEAR. am IiJ

,' value of his act of heroism is worth Beginning Sept. 30th B
1901.
;tcLargest:: Stock of SPRING GOODS :, I something to the community ,aside I A.4:: ..___... ,-. "-- ,. ,
:: iJ: e'ld d2 'ClErcl2f i: .F.'o. 'el 2fa3'd3'3i rl
'" U every have ever had are now :from its direct consequence. The =
-; s Dreu tLjda aStap1t Fabrics. _itY : is In this It is un- I 8 Fong Courses! ;Tof four years, m'A it M
,t Match. Hells,Parasols, Neckwear, !: : ; :same true case. LJ Latin-Science Claries. -Merhanical Engineering. .: .
( ..that the who threw thisHEADACHE Hue year course lu Uuinr.-St..n.riiPllr, '
& _: Ladie and Gents Furnishing" lor Spring and Sum I iikelf boys .. Typewriung and Telegraphy. A ,
<. Preparatory course of one or two yearn.
; I aa required, tor thine wishing to prepare fur the College, Pooot-riiilll.ate'
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Douglas Shoes v 1i courses are also offered.
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t" :.4 Young men under Military discipline. Young womenunder
refining. H
That mean a whole lot to buyers of Shoes It !' Co.t home influences at i\..tar Hall,
we can supply you with shoes of a kind and i_ M Tuition free to Florida students. Other M.
:= cannot be surpassed in any war.: .. J w .IOft a Fine expenses very small
means that U Is Luis best conibiuatifto 01 materl.-a' : :C modern buildings and nrst class equipment.
bor that can be put into it. To be -icluslv For catalogue address
: these shut-*means a leader In trade of all ktadw \ M s
r r } T. H.
y Taliaferro C. E., Ph. D., M
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J. E. Innian : M auglti JPresident..

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r A REMARKABLE RECOVERY. : Soft /

L 1'ariabUl'll&the wood.ot .;.OOO acres
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1".... x_'. Back, Brake at 1 : "
1 That's a favorite attitude of the smalf Ilaaee.-? Operate tOm 9>eeea- i I of forest a week.- \: Thoughts -

""* The best of the Kim rler diamond
part
boy. And in this again "the.child is : ? folly by a .WIr.Oa. Harness

the father of the niaa. -Tfle man does ,;, ':-----:- ;, ., field covers nine acres only. I
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not essay to walk through life on4bis While ;danr ing at Glendale, L. I..:' Glasgow was the'first Uritish town
hands, but he creates for himself a kingdom last TOIl can make your bar receive license for municipal tel-
fell from to a
August Joseph Lennon
mat a* suit u a glove IMJ JUt
of topsy r l'- the platform and injured his back. and aa tough at win by IM llff ephoues.Servant. 'I wander when the brain.
dom. He turns night IIIiW&EUKRK.t UarUti. 11 -
into day. He eats regardless He was sent to the hospital at Ja- .... You out girls a* becoming scarcein tired. Overworkirritation
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of time and J I wades where three vertebrae of his lengthen teat taint lu All Jde-lung aalt ui*it it Merlin because of the greater popularity nerrou

physical 'necessities. spinal column were operated OIl. Len- i onUumiy wolll4.I of factory labor. I worry and BKKS!

{ He makes a pleasure i non rallied after the operation but Great ttritdin has now only 4,750,133! 1 strain exhaust die hraia

I lot his business and a while he could read and talk he had EUREKAHarness acre .Hinder crops, .1 decrease of i forces and diminish ,
business of his pleas that
j no- control over either his arms or 15U.OUO acres in two .)_'tcarti. J JIUornt
, 'nre. In fact he ef-" j 1 legs... ,Befpre ,Dr? Herbert 1C XoU experiments madeby Y. :' thought power FecdtSe
feetnallT 1'e"ersesthe' Oil
order o! natural liv- I j' performed the operation he performed Guiltier of l'aristaiebho\vn that hydrogen brdn, strengthen the,nerve

1 ing. The result is a similar one on a dead body. Biaket a poor looking bur- is a constant constituent of and build up nettvigorj.

physical disability i' It took him four hours to remove the no* like new. Mad ut the air to the extent of two m iO.!.U0
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; broken pun heavy bail ml, .> tality: and mental -
generally introduced I portions of' bone from Lennon's paclnlly prepared to wauu4 !Up parts by volume. power.-
1 ::: by weak stomach. I spine. Uw eallier. The of all
greatest bnia
t : The pest of Iritii Columbia i"c :
The food he eats does A few weeks after the j
It not nourish him be- operationi JJQ caner wawa. ests is a plant culled the dctil'selub. foods and nerve tonics a
Lennon was able to sit in bed and I
up
cause the stomachand' It has siiiVcs whflh, when they tutor Dr. Miles' Nervine.
t in February he was able to move his Midi tj STANDARD OIL CO.
its associated the flesh break off and produce poisoned -
I organs are not abler I toes a little. Gradually he has recovered wound, which fester. "I have wed DE.Miles'?Ls.IIU&
the the use of all his limbs, and various times tor years I bate foal
\ t to ishment extract from nour-the about the middle of March he was Aunt Carrie Nation's statement British naturalists hatiao discovered it a perfect Hined/ i m cases tl nerves;
itinaKss bees that make honey ness and nuuinnu, euiei b
that she will again ? pa
: food. Hence, the i| able to stand up. Gradually he never marry tracted mental tunas and (
Atrmt
1 body is under nourished I gained until he could stand alone ought to be very reassuring to the in the island of :Uoct i'rr:1t. are flying Have alsj used it in my tai find:

\ =- and disease de- and last Monday he took four steps male sex. j! to improve lac! breed with tae know h u a true brain and tent fcoi1

f I. velops in one form I alone. Since then he has walked the ; object of supplanting kinds of > R. IL MAITLX,Chariesfcn!Pz

or another.Dr. entire length of the ward alone. : To Pan-American Exposition. bees that hate :Ings. .. --' ', -'
l Pierce's Golden Medical '!' ,
Discoverycures I j .\-ordisff to the Medical News, ..
SEABOARD oUR LIKE.j
diseases of the stomach and other I Ancient Pet i> C..lo"I I London medical science is being d;-
organs of digestion and nutrition. It I The rates from Lake City to the ,
reeled toward the elucidation of the D Mills'ervine
I cures through the stomach i diseases I Hol-land's I Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo. *.
sway In Ceylon i* a living problem of the causation of cancer.A .
which in diseased condition ,
originate a New York, are S49.10, limited to Nov.
l of the stomach and its allied organs. creature a grand old tortoise supposed j 3rd, returning: and *4J.80, limited to cancer research laboratory has jut

'. Hence it cures "weak" lungs, "weak" to have belonged to one of the 1 I', 15 days; reluming. For any information : Lcea opened at the iliddKsrx hospital N -

heart "weak" nerves and other forms of Dutch governors some 200 years ago. apply to any agent on line or A. to be entirely devoted to the 51Jo, .

\ so-called weakness. 'I He is very docile and ever ready to 'O. MacDonnell, G. P. A.. Jackson- ttmatic; inxestlgaticu. of cancer. feeds


stomach Merchant and, of Tylersburg heart trouble, Clarion writes Co.Mr. Peun'a.W. D. ''is likely to offer him a plantain. The __ i At any rite'it cannot be claimed ; brain and nerves, 'overcomes -

I' "Htd doctored for some time, without relief I tortoise is so large that he can carry !' all, isn't it quite possible irritation
that the organization of the hat and bringi
then I began to take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical ,
j several boys on his back at time. 1 that the makers, instigate these
one i
map
I took bottles Before I
seven
Dibcovery ___. which ha been
f t trust, nearly rouii -
sweet refreshing
began to take it I weighed 119 pounds, and now South American revolutions? :sleep. -
i I weigh 176 I am working steadily and feel L.Bd"B HiMpiuu rmivau. ,,t' i t pleted in New York i> a lonir-felt SoLl by drag ists on gi&uBt
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t hkT a well nun. I send you many thanks. :More than a million '
people are Constipation impaired digestion want. Dr. MJti Medical Co EJ.hm! 1m.t.l&
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con- :treated in the. hospitals of London : t a

gtipation. j each and' a torpid liver are the most common .. -.: .t.-- ....,..,.."" "__.. -.J
_ I. year. : O. O. Buck IJeirne Ark., say'I -, ,
ailments that are responsiblefor
[: i wad troubled with constipation: untilI ,
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A suspicion. r in this makes bought DeWitt'sLittle Early ,, An article in the current Sara
v She-Do you believe theory ,I feeling that the summer a }
1 about spreading disease by kissing? dreaded period to' so many people.: PJ- ers. Since then have been entirely American Review shows that tit
This ol' world U ,_tUa' kind o* foolish cured of my old complaint. I
He Well,th ther l's something : Her bine will dire constipation. Itimproves world's national indebtedness litn.: .
'pear to ma. )I' lY8&l : recommend them. .\. R. Wiw.Here's -
Taln't the plain an' teiwibte ol' world itused the digestion and arousesthe ,
hi it. OGO.UOuOnO. And still that is
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to be; lustIng I II liver to normal activity. Price .
'Taln't the wo..1d that ui.d to lag so p ac.- "Did you ever catch anything by 50 cents.: G. \V. Price. : an example of human nati:. i together consoling to a mai .k

i fully along; a gir1Y"t .. I! ---- 1. ure for you A man out west had :, owes for his laundry and can't: th'
It likes to toot the wkUtk BOW an' rattle "Yes; once; her father iaw me ftt it.Yo&kers :'!
Those Democrats '
on the Virginia gave his bull dogs teeth cut oil to keep out. -
gong Statesman. '
An' ut the people hustle, of tlulr ceases j I I"lIea '! Bryan honorable mention, but him from lighting, and now owners

r nigh bereft. treated his hobby with silent conj of bird dogs are sicking them on him. TO SAVE HER CHILD.
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Or aittin' o' .
up nights because ta y'r sears I
Files Stick Claiely. .
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o gettin' left. I II tempt. i frightfuldisflgurement Xri =
I hones'ly kin hardly kp frog Uu ait' It is alleged that flies stick more -- --,-- '
![ TUE1T. SECRET la: OUT.i ]Nannie Gallajer, of La Grange&
'r when I not closely just before a rain in fear of ,t *
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How men are Ulila' shirt wateti. wUIe.I being blown awn> by sudden wicd WIlL Finn, of Lima, O, obtained :;i All Sadie*ille, Ky., was curious toj;. ;applied! Bucklen's Arnica Sal e te:

the women wait to vote! I excellent results from the use of Fo- '' learn the cause of the vast improve-: j great sores on her head and faa land .

I I like to te the 'Uctrlc ttfku a-gi.aatln' I ley's Kidney ('ure.lit relieved my :I i ment in the health of Mrs.: S. P. i ; writes its quick cure uccedd
uu and far Mr. Daniel Bantz, Ottersville Ia., I II backache and revere pain over the .'
I Whittaker, who had for along time :all her hopes. It works troBdena
I like to feel the mottos of tha dasUa'trolley I says: "Have had asthma and a bad :i, hips. It toned my ?.\ teui and gave ;
I II i I endured untold
from '
car. suffering a sores bruises, skin eruption, cctsr
for but could j I me new vim and energy. It is an .
cough no i
.... But when It come right down to steady- i years' andmedii'cines get I 1 I honest and reliable remrdv, a sure .: chronic bronchial trouble. ''It is alI'I i burns, scalds and piles. 25t;. Curt-
practice, jes' he lame,' relief from the doctors
I'd rather have the hots that itiui.rUiidsan I used until I took Foley's I i.I cure for all kidney diseaseO' G. W. :1 I due to Dr. King's New Discovery" i :guaranteed by Geo. W. Price, drug, '.
knows his came. ; !. Price. :!: writes her hUb band., *'It, completely '4*1"i
and It immediate \
tar.
'flu., claim to rival sunshine with their. ,, relief Honey and done me gave more good than i I I,.i cured her and also cured our little 'amot., '"$,;
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"rtous patentrliihts. '.- Everything will now be settled. granddaughter of a severe attack i iI.
But they haven't fooled the aoorbtrd Ito< all ltfe.other remedies tombined. G. I'!I.of Some of the people out west, where
It
The Massachusetts whooping cough. positivelycures
atajin' up o'. light; 1 V_ I W.-1'riceJi > r J t t ;;; women* club
1 An' I like to watch the day break, an' the u ____ have started in to solve the 'race. :. cough colds, la grippe bron-I 'the crop is short are disposed "i $

tinted twilight hour; The watchttuet announces that; I I I chitin, all throat and lung troubled j favor the free and inlimited coiug
I'm satisfied to git to bed by yss"i one : problem. ,, !i guaranteed bottles oOc and tl.OQ.|ot potatoes: I
it will the market ,
soon on a '
1 candle power. put --- -- Trial bottles free at Geo. W. Price's _
., match that will !'strike any where.'* Extreme hot weather is a great !, (
,
This kustlln' crowd U foad"oU* tMlU- =
m nt. I've no doubt; But what is really needed is a match ,' tax upon the digestive power of ba- Another man has declined the .FOR WHOOPING COCGE"Both ,
But, for my part I'm thoroughly oaUnt that will stay struck. bies: when puny and feeble they I "I'rogressiye Democratic" nomina- my children were takes

to be left out. -- --- : should be given a dose of White's i with whooping cough.;' Mrs. 0. f. ,
I r l tion )
The for OhioA.l
great throng keeps a nuhin an' a governor Ot. the l
pushln' to an* fro Plump cheeks flushed with the Cream Vermifuge. Price 15: cents. : members tint be'as Dutton., .Danville III ,"A'wath t.
of '
If you ask it where it'i goto'., why, Itdoesn't I soft glow of health, and a pure, complexion !j I i G. W. Price' that party'may .I bottle of Poley's Honey and: fTJ
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stem to know big fools as we supposed. Joe5
1 cured the cough and saved; me a(
There's too UUln' fort_ sa' make all women beautiful. ': | ....
many a Mr. latest --- --- --- I tor's bill. G. W. Price. *
Kipjiug's assault on
i &ho.1II' I -
the Heroine
and vital-
you way imparts strength ( ;
To step right out of poverty to alNiaas la I ity to the system, and the rosy hue ?; rythmic art-almost convinces one'i!i Jn cases of cough or croup give the I
5 a day. i little one One Minute ( [I It would probably right di
"I ot health to the cheeks. Price 50 i j that he i* of the opinion that poetic 'ouglteure
I never was A hand to cMMM an' dla.gree I II j-
i I cents. G. W. Price. | license also carrie with it police I Then rest easy and 'have''ne fear. i, 'to make Jack Winters, tile CaJ1f

; But honitt'iy tale oi' worUT vetMoc tool I Ibh protection. I The child will be all right in a little ; ]nia melting works thief, take nay

i teems to me. i General MacArthur's latest encouraging 1 while. It never tails. Pleasant to : stock in the old adage that "houe=ty J

Washington SUr -4i'11 .announcement u tbattbe i Piles are not only in-, and of them- '' take, always safe sure and almost is the best policy." :

: FWpinos 'sire! 5 nre 4 to yield; jllis : selves painful and .. instantaneous in effect. .\. I1:. Wi-e. || __-- J

-. DEWEY'S PERIE !'AT 'MANILA.- predecefesor, General' 'Otis, improved' 1 i I but often tery aggravate and! even annoying reuse, -- "'T-t-- : 3 --- i I You Know What You are 1ak1eJ '

on this style of report by keepingthe other and : The Democrat ,proof the ;, When you take Gr ve'$ Tasfele: *: e
grave painful affections
t I>auut.ed Armor Plate IN m thOlraayte fact constantly announced that : country continueunanlmous for
f Reveal Daager Whiek they had yielded. and should therefore, not be neg- Hanna as the tloglial.lndidate'' of plainly printed on'ef1 bottle* **,';

Tkeeateaei ma.z ----- lected. Tabler' Buckeye Pile Ointment : the Republican prty?*' : i ingthat it is simply Iron and,qnwiae:
A CL'fEFOR CHOLERA is a great boon to sufferers as 1 ]I in a tasteless form. No cure DO pal'

i Very tangible evidence of the peril it will cure' them. Price, ,'*) cents in ; '- ''''' i'50 cents. _1
j
FANTUM. ASTOUXDE&THREDITOli. _
bottles. Tube 75 I I
to which Admiral t' cents. Geo. W. ''' r
{ during the battle Dewey of was Manila exposed "Last May," says Mr Curtis D-,1 t Price. Editor S. 3rowa; rfBennettsj.: j.t j. Repnblicans might be indured'- J

bay was lately forwarded to the ker of Bookwalter, Ohio, "an Infant t t vine; S. C., was oncefimmensely'sur-carry out the Democratic idea jf_-
navy Chauncey .
Depew hard -<
department in the shape of one of child of our neighbor was suffering was so up 1 prised. 'Through krag"-.suffering: i nominating Mark Hanna for prest"i'
4 for ; ,
I the starboard plates of the admiral's from cholera infantuui. The doctor I the a joke London that he had to spring one,4 from dyspepsia?*,'he, rrites.v.. ""my j i dent provided they can induce th* ;l

f I flagship Olympia. The plate is about : had given up all hopes of recovery, j' on reporters to the ef- t wife was greatly;run dowa,. She had i I Democrats to put up a soatkers :,_
three feet and in its is I. a'Wtle ; t feet that he is going to stop talking. t
1- square puddle took of Chamberlain's -- no strength or dgoransu1f red' i man. -',_

a heavy indentation, 1% inches deep, Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-f\ WHAT A T,VLE IT-TELLS.- 1 great distress from her stomach, but :

five made or by six-pound a large Spanish fragment.shell.from The a', ed 'to the bouse, telling 'ahem that: i( If that mirror of yours shows a' she tried Ele trlcr-BItter:; which {, YOU GUY'5U S SAt'ED, 1

Olympia is now at the Boston n I felt sure it would' do good if used 1 i' wretched, sallow complexion, a jaun- helped her at once and, after using j I Ii
vyyard' according to directions. In twdays'tiwe o i four bottles she entirely well and At Panama Columbia, bl CIWDlain's
diced -
undergoing repairs and I look moth and blotches
patches
when -
the child had fully recovered r can eat anything. It's a grand tonic I Colic Cholera and Diarj :
the constructors came across this and is now (nearly a year j on the skin It's liver trouble; but and its gentle laxitive qualities are i'
plate they decided to remove it; partly since) a vigorous healthy girl. II i I j Dr. King's New Life Pjlls regulate !; splendid for torpid liver for indigestion j'! rhoea Remedy.: -

i a* a relic and also to replace it have rdcommended this remedy frequently -! the liver purify the blood give clear j loss of .,appejtite, .j&touiaclwaud: I, :pro Chas.-, Jitter, a, pWOP IlCII

} with a solid plate. I and have never known it to skin, rosy cheeks rich complexion j, liver tr'ottrjlesJt'a a fuaranteeacure-.'t I physician- l' tiama3: OolmnbJa'TB i|

s In forwarding it to'the bureau of I fail in a single' instance."' For sale i 1 1 Only 23c at G. \V. Price's drug store. Only uOc ft Geo. W, Price, druggist. "Last afartbt-,
recent letter states:
construction at Washington letterwas 111 by G. W. Price, druggist. ""* '- I "
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: The proprietors of 'ewJersey ihad"asa patient a iqU f-Ia *

taken sent from stating the starboard that the side plate of wa the I j I A New .Jersey jury, recently "dt j soda fountains refuse to serve soft !( Sjamb. ing does not appear in!bas i'teea, years of age. who 'baa a err,
dire
: Olympia' superstructure.. '' } tiled a case by drawing lotVanj now j drinks to negroes. They want to see ] ?; punishment as its. name \bad 'attack of dys>enteit, Jr T'-
approximately the members are to be punished for Uuth \ would i,dlcat)'. 'Pz'iccFncoy Wes- her provedin' ,
under the forward bridges.1 I this sort of thing done in the thing I prescribed for ..
and very close to one of the five-inch'f I contempt of court. This is certainly I however. I set! who wet with that fate at the
i guns. While the battle was in very discouraging to an honest ef-1 I 1' hands of the: Boers, has! turned up.' 'every hour. Her parents .-ere sure*

yeas a hell burst very near th prog-'I I fort to raise the 'standard jury.j LOOK! A STITCH IN TIME : in robust health and without a mark 'she would die. She had become river" !
"
that she could not urn 1
( core on"the bridge one of 1 h' rjl Save nine. Hughes' Tonic, (taste on him.- tbk cntl ",c
i What do at
1r' .. I. teak to
meuta whiuzineby the admiral.' I I. i pleasant), taken in early Spring and ai : '. for taebatC = f
__ 1 1 Fall ware a' study
-
j chills
The --- prevents dengue and
deeply indented plate gives a malarial thought of Chamberlains Coke
more forcible reminder of the : ) fevers. Acts on the liver, tones Cholera Bemrf ate'-
nar- What Humors and Diarrauja
?
j are \ the Better than calameland II Ttf
system.
up
'
I it.
row escape from that bursting shell I : as a lasa resort prescribed "'I 1
than has heretofore appeared. The I Tbey are vitiated or morbid fluids cone quinine. Contains no arsenic. > most wonderful result was effected ;
i
; lag the and afltttlug Guaranteed.. trLj.tdIut'g t'i Alwyg tfte.h.Ahaya Within the was f-- !
plate either will be placed at the veins' the trsin; 50c and *1 bottles aprlS: '01 i eight hour da7i-
Smithsonian institution or given to i may are 'U .c..OI.ll'.J1&: to defective o1i-u' We t3eat.s ( much better inside of tbrH e
Admiral < tiuu but are souutiiues uJiciitrd.i a she was upon her feet and at
Dewey. i. Ho* do they rlanifcst lliUj.aiClu Married ;;'eon. eSjiprivilej ,. :Iota iy care of one peek was entirely welt- 11 ;
I d td jtraYeioft raitwajt'tt *jI1* sale G. W. druggist ,
Ab.iurd."I ruaiiy (.:Ir.... ol cutuicuus dUlotioll a, by Price ..
rememberperfectly'repeat salt rt.UIUr fair andi ft elf Tht 'fe,'a f.' 'least,' that 1
eczema, paupU-s sod Lulls, will object W
witness; and that was all she said. some injijcenii ntfiTa."mau=tesfalr"s EDS Surely nobody
and tn.weaUitM. languor, etiil ; wiiloul1
gei> debility. It
if ..
"Stand down, &ir." thundered the 11 How are they exiwlicd 1 By his'wife- 'ith1tin3:9_;.. ttrl e: ff J propped srocery trust, .. i
judge. "The idea of man's c -.rF s -- live up to its name. 'c j
a coming '" ,,'r z \t.! 't ire gold _

here and saying he can rememberall Hood's Sarsapariilahkh t. C' tt3TORrA: : /.1aW Bad CYS7Wbere.nnu.iDeaa s 4 f f

any' woman says."-Philadelphia ,,' also bulls up its system that t23sofiereJ Bead the ttbtdYQ1 NaM011trdfS ..IL RUI fa n..lIT".ttitw OA.ta'JrORSA i

June tram teem.It 8p&M! iL: .. Beau the '
I ,#+# Z-
u its best ncai.ri3: for &u bun or ., 1Iihla G -" -

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j i! The Oldest and Best. fallen The oat St. with Louis Ira newjppcrs Hick( ami have are- .

: '. | sa-tsar harp things ab:)ut hives bane DOCTORS r

S. S S. is a combination of roots .; : iic predicted a cjclinf for

i and litibs of great curative powers, tlami t toun.niiii !it didn't arrive. This "Consumption can be eared.'
: \'f' when taken into the circulation : Nature alone won"tdo it. It needs e'f
I u.lrhuua .Iianl it ii fir
mivk aAvtratlur help. Doctors say"Scott's '
: searches out and rcmoaU manner : projiitv-t t-* please e-\'Cry.
of poisons from the LIooJ, without body.General.
: r ___. Emulsion
the least shock or harm to the system.

r f On the contrary the general; health Kitchener formally re- is the best help.. But you must #

i begins to improve from the first dose i ports to the British war uffire 1111there t eontlnue its use even ia hot

F : 1 lor S. S. S. u not only] a blood purifier, I arm n.>,.: .not mare than !I,or 0 weather. -.

i but an excellent tonic, and strength-;.)ers ounce arms: There is an imfrtsMun' If you have not tried it,send for free samples .
j ? ens and builds up the constitution SCOTT & BOWJTS, CitcimuU.
t while purging the-blood of impuri- ; however, that nobody iIiitctenrr'sarmy n 409-415 Pearl btrcrt, Jitw York -
has:: been close ,-.c.and JLOO;aU druggist -
ties.
S. S. S. cures all diseases of a
Yet$t's' a, Mood enough to the fliers in some time to
poison origin. Cancer. Scrofula
i Le able to count them.Chamberlain's ? as*.
Khe'umatisui. Chronic Sores auJ Sums
mff oabr of Ulcers.\ Eczcuia.. Psoriasis, Salt Colic, CLolera' and preacher with a turn for ly- 16x .
Ivlieum. herpes and similar troubles .' tag; marriasirknots, could.> a land- r.
Diarrhcea has
e bif: and is an infallible cure and the only Remedy a worMideereputation ;: business by bippia; with the

antidote for that horrible disease fot .its curt It nerd! next consignment of Philippine
j mot fails; and i, pleasant' anJ safe to take.
t' tm Contagious Blood Poison. For sale t.y G. \V. Price, druggi.t. 1 i iTOHEALAUUUT teachers. ':
} _
J A record of nearly fifty years of'!'I
this' j : successful cures isa record to bo proud : !| Mrs. S. II. Alloort, Johnstown, Pa,
its : of. S. S. S. is uuue say: : "Our little girl almost
1 vitae t I to popular today i 1 U,;* Banner Salve, the great heal stranj ;
< for than ever. It minibus its friends by j' gled to death with croup. The doc- -
er. It's guaranteed for
;
Wy cuts, sores,
I the thousands. Our medical cones- .i tors aid she couldn't live
but
wounds and she
piles all skin diseased,
-( I pondeuce is larger than e\cr in the Use; no substitute. G. W. Price. j! was instantly relieved by One Minute ;
ito'red of history of the meilicine. Many write -- fA t iCuuj-aCure.; A. 1:. \Vi e.
.
& i t to thank us foi the great good S. S. S. .
scientist has
tilts to i l has done them, while others are seek- figured it out thatIt j .\ woman's: silence often means
f ;, ; ing advice about their cnscs. All ( requires:! one-fortieth of a second j inure than her words. ,

*irl .. letters receive prompt and careful to wink. But the Omaha flee thinks f -
d 1! attention. Our physicians have made eventhitU altogether to slow tot For di i eatlre weakness: nervousness -

r h I||I a life-long ftuJyof Blood and SLinDb- shut off the small boy when he :start J pain; in the ride: flatuleace,

.':sand better unJen>tandsuLhcai>c to tell :something he should not di- I p dizziness, wakefulness, headache and
e I i! than the otdinaiy practitioner who vulge. other annoying accompaniments of
: makes a specialty of no one disease. ------- :"cojttvenesa. llcrbine i a 'prompt and
:$i1st, t -i I We are doing great SEKI-V THINGS AT XIGUT uneqnaled remedy. Price 00 cent

Fee n'!' goal to suffering; or nightmare, is a common result ofindigestion. O \\'. Price. '

ttrf this { SSS humanity through You can't expect good i J; It s
improve sonic men to
}
get a '
u
fttadird our consulting tieet sleep with a bad stonnch. Dr. LOJal'unl's 'r
; of ,,
else a .
'oman's'oc3.bnJary.
:
"" portment, and incite: t Dyspepticide, the new rem __ _____
you to write us if you have any blood ; edy. makes around stomach that di-I 1 i James White, Bryantsville, Ind,
or skin trouble. We make no thargt :, gests jwrfectly. G. \V Price. !!
I sags Ur'itt's'itch Hazel
Salve
I whatever ,
I for this service.THS -- --
iig of the d cured running soreS oa both legs. Hi
Ik-hair i! SWIft SPECIFIC{ co. \ >e I one United States !lOjOlnote : tailed to
tl j out help him. Get D Witt'*. a
Wises? l ', '--- ._- --- -------1 I1 istanJiiig, ar.l the treasury depart- I! Accept imitations. A. VVi- e.j 1
.
from If you arc going away > sum meat cannot locate it. We have a
< i mer, seethe special excursion rated 3 j! ,j Nature.eeon to take special ds- '
[ Ai tIJn tint it Hoj 1)\'twcti1.\utl Hct-
M M s { that are orlercd by the SeboardIr 1; tie Green ant! Uncle Russ Sage. tight In upsetting the weather mat'
r iI In Ue i Lane '! predictions.Wfaat .
Ilailway to the ---
principal
rc- ;
Atr M ---. :
taitfir to t sorts in the Carolinas, Virginia and (' P. T Thomas SumtenilleAla"% most people want-- is something -

M ttoMtt r 7es S3 j. the East, including Portsmouth, Old; ; "'! was suffering from dv.pepsia, when ; \ mild and gentle, when in need '

!M1. | I! PointYashln ton, Baltimore, \e\f 1: I commenced taking ""Kodol DJ"tee F' |; of a physic. Chamberlain's Stom- ;

iY yii*MI i I York, Providence, Boston anti But sin Cure. I took sere"nLb tt1es and ;i! ;ach and Liter Tablets fill the bill to

WMi ( I ys sjfala.| ] Call on local agent, C. n. can digest anything.'' Kodol.Dys- a dot. They are easy to take aa-t

:r & : in' Baffle] or Write.A. O. MacPonell, AC.1' i pepsin cure i h the only prepacatiucontaining n |pleasant in effect For sale by G. VV.Any .
I t ; 1 i all the natural digestive ,'Prke.' "
A., Jacksonville, Fla. | J
j i uid It gives weak: stomachs entire 1
I
A. A.J r-i.: rest, restoring their natural I man can get his name in the
: J THE none GOLD CURE. condition. A. K. Wise. I i iI papers. All he has to do is to get
: : -_ 1 cured 1 of something.
,
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r Da IAn David a IIHl has forwarded his ;
n ; Ingenious Treatment by which j
!.. lninkard i congratulations to the Virginia Democrats -1 Stops the Cough and Works off the
: j art beinjc Cured daily j
[js&tttiii; ; ; i j which leads the Norfolk ColJ.l' .
IKS :- !j in Spite of Themselves. ,
< 'irginiaa-Pilot to remark that Da-+
i : 1 Laxative
$ Pk { Bromo-Quinine Tablets 'h
t ;NO NOXIOUS DOSLS NO WEAKENING vid always could distinguish a bat dj.I cure a cold in No '
one
;;:!>tea The r day cure, no -
al | wagon from an ambulan..e.To i
neat and ; OK THE SEKVES PLEASANT ANDPtli1T1CE i ii f pay. Price 35 cents. _

k 'i1'4: i CCKE FOIL THE 'i Cure a Cold in One Day i
.{tteager h, UQl'OK HA1JIT. i A large,substantial blessing awaits .

*!;Florida, .: It Is now generally known and and iii that Drunkenness a dlirxseanU not weak 'lets. All druggists refund the money j
Florida
r ( 1 lIe,. A body filled with {uison. and nerves !1 i ifit fails to cure. E. W.GrO'e'8signature i!! bathing suit
Bf completely "stirred periodical or con- I'
is each hot :,
"taut use ot on c. 1
intoxuattiig liquors requires
.mere-1& an antidote capable of neutralising and I WOULD HAVE COST HIM UI3
." --btt.ten [ eradicating ini* poison,and Uestroyiu the < An Alabama man named lack i LIFE
I\ crating tor intoxicants. Miffrrer may now '
I
"street ; S I cure tnenisrUeii at home about publicity |; found a pot of gold worth fc.VXX( ) theI! Oscar Bowman, Lebanon, Ky., p-.
!
tree,' { orloMSot acrtul"HOMiGLDCTKK'1 timetroia business by thiswou-has ken other day. But >o far very few par- I writes: "I have been using Foley's

:weft;. % *j prrtrctrdatur and treatment ot mans inebriates.vears ot The close faiths study : j agraphers have had the temerity I to I I Kidney Cure and take great pleasure -*=

of the : : yl| use according to Uireclumscf t&Uwoudertul :allude to it as a Jack pot. 'i in stating it gave me permanent care ;
discovery is imsiUvely guarautrrdr : to' -- -- of kidney disease which certainly
fcibof! ftfat @ : ; cure the must ob.'hllateiaM': .uo matser bow would have "
: n i. hard a drinker. Our records show the mar- The laws of health require that I' cost me my life. Take
tletrlivellag i' i- .clous iramsturmation 01 tonusaiids of.Druutlard..lnt. 1 the bowel move once each day and.:: none but Poley's. G. W. Price. ,
i .. sobt-r.industrious and up .
--
4lepining
of the for
rlbtU..n. 'one penalties violating i Notice
i of
.... r'tnlDj \\ IrOfe your HUSHAXDs"! CIIIKE L' :. ,this law is Examination. r A:.
piles. bowels
.' Keep jour :!
D \ cure your PATtlKUS': TUia remedy
-'aa4 ill the i. lu iu sense a nostrum but Ka NiciUc tor regular by taking a dose of Chard u. : Ail applicants that expect to take
thereto and this disrase,'nlv, and is.... hkilluil drt i, ]berlain's Stomach: and Liver Tablets the teachers' examination in Sep-
; and prepared that it Is thoroughly soluble ,!
e 2 The in. and pleasant to the 1.1..leIO that It can be j{ when oece..ary and you will never ,; tember l'Kl) are requested: to meet _
st f Kiveumacupot tea or coffee withoutthe have that severe punishment in1 .*;at the public school building in Lake -
(
+s u da r.. InoKlcdeeot the ..ou taking it. Thouvandsot Qicted City the 3rd
t, prr 1 upon you. Price 2:> cent ;. on day of September, I
r* C ruukard>have cured themselvesi 1<*L>1.
arfij i : with this priceless" remedy. and as many ikiutire .ForsalebyG.V. Price. { They must supply themselves
irolD"B1,' J ': ; have been cur..1od, made temperate I with legal cap paper, pens and ink.
"* wen by hating the 'tisfadininuteied by :' I They will be required to pay an ex-
1 {tIe e loxiair frieads aud relatives about their By a co-operative plan two million'
.
'amination fee of *l before
know ledge lu codoer tea. and believe today '.Lt>ndoners are to be supplied with entering
neh
k'of.l that tbev disioutiaued, drinking ot their j I the examination. The exammatio a
,. .ttthe'-p own tree v.'CL' U Mir w Aif. Du not he d..> daily dinners at two pence ea ch. 'will begin at o'clock a. m.he .
.
luded by apjuient au.Ui..lea.u1g -ini- They %HI at least, be free'from t J Htsl'l'ctfully,
JPO tbej;!| proM-uu-uL Dran' out the disease at ouoeaudtoralltiUie.
"e ; The -HuMKtMJIJJI'L'KK"dangers! of over-eating. '1'. II. OWENS Supt. and Sec
t.- ?,:, i is scud at tile estietnelv low lorie.1 One --- _. I
amazed j Dollar.. thus placing within reach ot every- '
I I Unly a treatment more efttrtual than olhiustiBIroui |i A. R. lass, of Morgantown, In d., SUCCESS -. WORTH KNOWING.. .

f, _the:e- ; en. rash I"\5to5U.< r f'I": I If' j by skilled pnvsulausm hen retiueKUs witni the night and had severe backache I Hn!hes' Tonic a great remedy torchilU :'
*** It i cut extra(charge. Sent Repaid ta any part t tot and all malarial fevers. Better -
> the world on receipt of Cue Dollar. Addre iand pains in the kidney Wa curedl"'hyFolej'rf than calomel
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percritical and mawkishly conscientious j I THE SOUTH'S DESTINY. fed the Hamilton theory of a strongly -! -,

Citizen-Reporter. editor should have remained [ centralized Federal Government SYSTEMICATAiHi.

silent while this money was being I The Fall Rive manufacturers of a denial of the rights of the people
H. L. DODD." n>Rok) AID XOPBIENK bodily raised from the pockets of common cottoh fabrics are complaining ; i in order that a privileged caste may: Perm Cues Catarrh .Wia p

A.._H.-DODD, -,AieiaUat.. Editor. the tax-payers?" I of hard times. The competition ;i ]be made richer as the people become | Locateilliu :.

Official, the Newtpjprr Ton of ut Lake CuiumbU City, Florida.County and At the first meeting of the council of southern mil!; is driving !i'I ;poorer, are the things for which

-- -= =- this month we presented another account : them to the wall, and, under prevail- ,: present-day Republicanism stand. \

Published OICe-SouUL every ot Friday Conrthous at Lak Square.CIt1. Fla. approved by collector. J. ling' conditions, they see no way of1:;: The menace of these thing must be

Farai-deemtioa Edwards, of $11.40, for publishing delinquent 'holding their own unless they can reduce ': removed, by the removal of the Republican -
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} list. The I, the cost of cloth of from
==-= '.-= tax account: was producing I,I : party power.
" Entered. in Lake City Ir !.tumce a. second referred to the finance: committee, I I I'the kind they turn out hence their The Democratic national or anil.1.
class matter. '
Messrs. Guy Gillen, 3[. L. Plympton .!! announced purpose to cut wages tion need only to maintain a Democratic -

' Subscription $1.00 ljer Year. and It. F. Rogers. After eumina- I But even that expedient promises i(i i allegiance to the fundamental -

tion, the two first named approved 'but little relief, as the future is any i ii truths of Democracy

FRIDAY, AUG. 30, 1901. the bill and the clerk issued the scrip. i thing but bright for the cotton mills !I i These truths demand: the restrictIng -

--. When the bill came up at the last of New England.: The inevitable of the trust eul, the forbidding

F HYSTERICAL AGAIN. meeting of the council, Alderman must eventually overtake them, as i j i of the government of aliens by force

t R. F. Rogers interposed an objection' time is sure to bring about the com- : ,against the consent of the governed', t

la his last issue our contemporaryof to its payment. Ina bombastic plete transfer of the cotton Industries -1 faithful observance of the American II,

this city had another attack of speech, full of pyrotechnics, he contended I to the south. Foreseeing this, :'principle of 'vqual lights to all, ,
I hysteria. that we had contracted: to do the New Orleans Picayune indulges] .special privileges to none" and a
the for and In the following reflections. national that shall
He charges the city council, indiscriminately printing nothing that : government not
of malfeasance in office, the bill should not be paid. The "There are about 80OuO men, women !; ;In effect be a Federal Mimrchy: on ('

becanse, for sooth, that body thought chameleon is susceptible to rapid and children working in more ,the Hamilton basis.
changes. than 100 cotton mills in Massachusetts. The demand for the tuppression tf
it and
right proper to pay an honest :
debt. Does anybody know why Alderman They are protected by all the these evil tendencies now so apparent -

t The money in question was paid to i R. F. Rogers changed his opinion? tariff they have ever asked for in Republican policies must te ,I

THE CITIZEN-REPORTER for printing When bids were made for the city against English and other foreign met for the people's sake. The :: '

blanks and publishing the delinquent printing the delinquent tax lists were cotton manufacturers, but no tariff Democratic party will take its rightful tattle L.QttUilol Ctfcjjja

tax lists. Because we presented a not included by either newspaper, that congress can enact can protect place as the party of the people. Miss Mattie L. Guild, Pmidatia,
perfectly legitimate bill for this and, in fact, could not have been. them against the southern cotton There has never been a plainer du-I 1 I fioia Young Pecpl*'*Chd.i u'''hmpu.anee ,

work, we are charged with making a The law is very plain in the matter. mills in the cotton states. ty before American Democracy. '' Union in a recant kites ftam Qj.

"raid on the city treasury. When the taxes are advertised the "The urgency of this competitionis There has never been a greater'promise ''''CAgoIU.S&JI: .

The accusations are positively too publisher's costs ace added and are going steadily to increase, and the ot Democratic victory In 1>.. I t I .'I tJDUbt U Pcruu MUm lt..

t ridiculous for serious comment. They NOT DIRECTLY PAID OUT OF THE CITY day will come when the New England half of the common people. AUtbat'is the remedies rrcomme aIH l fir.fI

I were inspired by malice and none TREASURY, but out of the individual cotton spinners will regret that I necessary for victory is that the !(I "t.trrb GI the 11Ue&. A 1U1II1
but a weakling would have given expression pockets of the delinquents. If the the southern states of the union were t Democratic party shall obey the i t:. will curs cttarrh ot the gfa n a
i publisher's costa were not added and not allowed ti> set up for ; popular demand in nominees and I care tbe
arms coaditiaa
to !such: senseless! twaddle. declarations of aitbttacseL
The entire effusion is but a flimsy collected the sales would be illegal. 'so that the northern th.emrelves'l I principle- membrane taywben.+ /bare bad fl
A majority of the councilmen are would now be protected -- -- the best I
skein of harmless falsehoods. Tbe Eaton Howell Attested.a teem hive ever trt4tt
writer was not to blame perhaps. He too honest and honorable to attemptto tariff against the southern cotton; i cittrrb mad believing it warily $
simply got bis ideas pied just as he defraud us out of that to which spinners. Doubtless the northern clip the following from Satur- j, todonemeot Ifttdly Ktxwlh*
we have a moral and legal right. iron and steel makers will come to day's Times-Unio and Citizen: Catarrh of
( was going to press. the abdominal
Too some such conclusion also Chief United States Deputy Mar ;(' crew fc
bad! Our contemporary is the as the mock
To
begin with, he says that by way very siora eommoa ia iaxM>
of providing a benefit bureau for this victim of a very malignant type of ability of the south to compete and ghal P. C. Stickney returned from 4|I than ia winter time. This torn of tv

( poverty-stricken population, he put intellectual flatulence, however an undersell in those staples shall be I Lake City last night, where he went tarrh might be appropriate eluMdu

t in a bid to do the public printingand emulsion of common sense, in connection developed to the full extent of itsj 1 early yesterday morning to arrest j 1 summer catarrh.

by this is meant the minutes with a course of treatmentby extraordinary facilities. Eaton Howell, an elderly white man,, Peruaa will euro catarrh wkatrr

quarterly reports and ordinances, Mr$. Post, alias Wilmans, may "But the south is in the union toj I States who has authorities been wanted for by many the months United I> well located. In pelvic catarrh it tu vaI

i for nothing, or its equivalent. So he prove efficacious in eventually expel- stay, and an era of southern development I past. deserved renowa. Perm wB

did, end so did THE CITIZEN-HE- ing the bats from his inflated cupola. has commenced. Not only baa The arrest is considered to be a cure chronic.any case of diarrhoea,amps K
I the day of competition by southern very important one, as Howell ha PerunaUaaabeclateiptaSet :
-I z PORTER, and both bids were accepted i TO THE PUBLIC. manufacturers been traveling through tbe state dysentery. Penuu cure*utani*, '
with
But has the Index shown that its those of the and has been violating the law in re- i; the liver. Peruaa cure caUnkrftt
it bid.was made in good faith i 4 We take pleasure in announcing to north set in, but the white workingmen Bard to pensions. Deputy Marshal i ';'; tomach.
It has neither of the north have gut to com- McCormick baa been on his trail for' Address The
published the minutes the public that we have succeeded in PeRU Metkuu MV
pete in labor with the ot the a long time, and it was only the other ;
negroes lambaa
reports, nor ordinances. W south. day that Howell was located in Co-j; o, for a free book tntiti.. .
will leave a just and discriminatinpublic Jacksonville 'Ibis is : lumbia, county, where it is alleged |!; "Summer catarrh. _:
to decide. return for our club. Tickets can be competition going to grow .+ that ne was engaged in the carrying
1 in strenuousness every day, and the on of his scheme of defrauding the i i IThe
We have published all of these, purchased at this rate September canteen has been aboMei ii
I time will come when it will be government. City Marshal >E. A. : "
without a single omission, and for 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and llth, and lim- bearable. un. Futch, of Lake City, Columbia the army, and on lea pay day at .
thi reason THE CITIZENREPORTERclaims ited to return on or before October It will be an evil which I county, had been thoroughly posted ,; Fort Sheridan, near Chicago, there .:.
to be and is the official organof 8tb, 1901. the working classes of the northern in the matter, and succeeded in mak- : were fifty-eight drunken soldier fa -:

the city, and we are ''ftyiucolors" g We have decided upon the follow- states themselves brought upon the tog the arrest of Howell, who was :j the guard house and thirty-six tot- _

to that effect, if that suits ing route: Seaboard Air Aine Railway country. The workingmen of the placed in here the jail notified.there and the authorities -1, diers missing. The main point IIi

you better. In.the course of a year Jacksonville to Richmond;R. F. north and west made up the rank and Howeil is about sixty-nine years of 1:I.i favor of the canteen ia that tie <

this printing amounts to over '$JOU, & P. to Quantico; thence the Pennsylvania file of the great armies which saved age. He had a very seedy appearance j thirty-bix would at lent, eot bate ;
the Union in 186165. Many of them when brought here and I.I been ';
yet we have not, will not and do not Railroad to Buffalo, via Wash- was at musing.
'
i "'illlive and their children will live once taken to the county jail on his I
expect to receive one cent of com ington.By arrival I I
after them to regret that the south here last night by Cnief Deputy -!i! A Pointer. '.::.1
pensation. this route vie have arranged to Marshal Stickney. He was arrested -
n did not succeed: : in becoming a foreign I | U 4
for the violation S. A. L. 1,000-mile tkketa
v uw, wucrc uoca our L u4LCUIpULQ- secure sleeping car accommodations n of Statute .
ry's pitiful whine about charity come Jacksonville to Washington and country. i i'No. #;;ti. The information against 1 each, are good from any part k- '
"As for the south, it can work ,him was filed in November of last D. C. T_
in? If h> was so anxious to pitch in Washington to Buffalo. its out year by J. A. Da vis,special examinerof Florida to Washington, :|J
and help out this half starved municipality The Florida Press Association will wonderful destiny much better as the United States bureau of pensions can save money on your trip to Set

I why didn't he do it?. Talkis leave Jacksonville over the SeaboardAir a part of the richest and mightiest for this, district, the specific York and the Eastern citlefc te

cheap, and its commercial value is Line Railway at 7.j() p. m., Sep- nation upon the planet. Its position charge against him being that of ;i! sale at all coupon stations. '
is presenting a claim for i ---- :
therefore all pension for
that could be desired i
doubtful. The Index is very much tember 9th, and we will arrange for I because in one Charlotte Taylor, of Clay county, i i A poor man who ha a rich uncle :|
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state of
,
like several other papers that we our party to join them at Jacksonville a indepen- who was not entitled to pension. I I may not be averse to taking the ttB |1
have known that could only rear i dence, it would have to bear the It is said that he first began hu op-j for the deed. ''
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$ back on their hind legs and howl at The selection of these selling dates whole of the burdens which the bal- stations in Bradford county, 'going __ i:1:)
ance of the grand republic will now from there to Clay county and then i You Tried "j
everything and and is nay
everybody nothing arranged so that those desiringmay to Columbia county. The I!
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govern-
assist it
to
in particular.The visit the Exposition oa Florida carry. ment authorities nave been hot on all rail, Jacksonville to :Sew YK* .1 J
Index menagerie is not the day, September 12th. The Picayune's conclusions would his trail but he has had the ability' and return *5l.eO, TU Seaboard kLine
free show owned have been more accurate had they i!!to escape detection until he went to '
only
by the leader For.those preferring the morning Lake Railway, the Capital Off j
City, where
he
been to the effect that was soon in the
of the political faction of which he departure from Jacksonville, will advise whenthesouth custody of the local authorities. Route. Double daily service,throBfi .
i is the miserable hireling. that these special rates also in the natural course of there. Pullman cars. City ticket oa1Cf
apply events, becomes the seat of the j 202 W. Bay St. .
; There is another Jasper, and in for Seaboard Air Line Railway cotton Board sLIME
and iron 01 Trade netting. :
industries
both of them the clown train the countrywill j .
same acts as leaving Jacksonville at 10:10 a. The ky
1 -relieved of members of the Board of Trade :
the
burdens -
boss buffoon. It is said that charity m., which trains are also equipped it are requested to attend the I -,;;;
regular
t { begins at home. Does the editor of with Pullman sleeper accommoda foresees a division ot Set up withinsight meeting Wednesday Sept. 4th, at I AND BRICK j

the Index, who is also editor of the tions to Washington, and similar of the cotton fields and at the 4 p. in.,,circuit court room. ._ J I
b Jasper, news, do the public printing equipment from Washington to Buf mouth of the mines the workshops of The committees are specially requested M WBOLESILB ai. uraa.S. 'a--= .
to be
free of charge?No!The political fac falo. Both trains leading Jacksonville textile and metal working artisanswill By order of, ,ready. with reports.! 4 .-.; l''

; tion of which he is a bungling tool, morning and evening, carry no longer need artificial JAS. E. YOUNG, President. :\ B. THOMPSON, :;

is in power there and the legal rate first-class through fare day coaches taxes to enable them to advan.1 Attest: M. M. Scarborough, Sec. I' '::- 1

U exacted to the last tithe. For to Washington and Washington to lieved pile of of foreign c .... ,,.:,
the -' ---- -
this reason He are afraid' that be Buffalo, so that those not wishing to unnecessary .. ... ... ... A ... ... .... ... ... ... ... .., u
baa allowed his-affections. to run to occupy: Pullman cars will find every moving! raw material te far away t r' _
seed. possible comfort in the day coarhes. points to find plants prepared to,

THE CITIZEN-REPORTER has on two All care has been ,and will betaken turn it into cloth and merchantable t I E. VAUGHN

occasions drawn money from the-city -so that our party may be Iron, the south will be able to get "

treasury for printing that did not I handled ,.with ease and convenience. along without protective tariffs -and i ito DEALER IX I

; come within the scope of our bid. On i: Those not desiring leave on Sep- meet the, world in-open c mpeti- Beef
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July 4th we presented a bill of 125.30 j jtembfr 9th, have the option of leas tioa_without calling upon the consumer Pork, Sausage [

to the council, J17.80 for tax list and I ing Jacksonville any day t between for tribute to help it overcome ,' And
17-50 for blanks, rivals from across the Everything Handled by a Fir.t-class Butcher.
which
on motion of j September 7th and 11th, inclusive.., seas.Hous -
Alderman R. F. ROGERS; was prow tThe; rate, remember, is' ..9.70 from ton Tex.l) Po t.. i CITY MARKET PHONE 43.
Groceries-Ice
}j paid, not an objection being i this point. Those desiring to join Cream and Soda Water Parlor near the colored

raised. Those voting for this were the club are ad vised to send in their PLAIN DEHOCRACY., ,, Masonic Hall.: au30

.Aldermen 1: F ROGERS,JO. R. PARKER names to the editor at once. The TTTT

GUY.. G u LEN, lw J. ITEKSON, M. rates will pot be any cheaper. Make The following, from the columns of : l ,
L. PLJHPTON, and W.'.F. WATTS "* your arrangementS take in this one of our great dailies, expresses! "1

According to the ladex editor all I trip, and go with'-the governor and -our In ideas exactly: i. ;
the
these nice and Clerk W. M. IVes are his cabinet and the'Florida Press As-' 'presidential campaign of .'i

guilty'Of MALFEASANCE IN OFI'ICL. I social ion, besides'a, large l number of : 1904 the.Democratic ,party, it now M. WRIGHT.:
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seems likely will be'found
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He "says: "Against this ille gal j other prominent Florida people. We organized .

squandering of the peoples moneywe shall do all in, our power, personally, neither reorganized' HARDWARE.
I ganized: on a sound Democratic disor'l -
privately l'rotested--be did?- to make the trip a pleasant one for and fully equipped lor.victory .
1 "and thinking that it would not o call who go with THE ClTIZE. 'UE. cause of the people. -

cur again we refrained from making, PORTER Pan-American Club. If you The repudiation of American prin-" "f Agricultural Crockery and
public mention of it." Who would go with our club you must decide at ciples so distinctly made within the
once. Quite a number have already past three years by the Republican i
nave thought that, a newspaper r signified their intention of going. party leaves the Democratic party Implements
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"which always s} eLks: out with no Tile more the merrier. alone representative of the principles Glassware.LAKE ; .

uncertain sound" on all great questions upon: which the American Government -
of state. would have thus connived Henry il. Flagler and Miss Lill: was established.
May Keenan were married Jut week Trustism, imperialism, a colonial CITV
at such a flagrant violation of at the home of the bride, Keenans- i policy .modeled almost identically FLORIDA.JJ .
law? Jia't it strange that'this hy ,ille, s.. Co. i upon that of,:Great Britain, a"=confessed .

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News Notes. The catalogues of the Florida Agri- i -t
cultural College for Mr. A. O. Mann my generously WrightKnight.It .
.:.. 1901-2 are now |
o.: out and ready for distribution. contributed a 200 pound block of ice will be quite 'a surprise to the i

t lleetl. O'CRABB.: 7-1Hf Mr. M. E. Wright to the entertainment given by the many friends of M. E. Wright to = RHEUMATISM
: spent several band -
fciltJars at Young1 Drug days in Jacksonville this week in Tuesday evening. Mr. Mann is t learn that very early in September batten the result y Y
the
f.,| '"* interest of his manufacturing some of the best ice II cards will be issued for an event thatwill oft torpid or tad
new
'." store, which will we have ever seen and ere long he I liver You trw-
be probably his
change of living
bled
Scotch Whiskey opened early in September. way with pains in
I't at will have one of the most complete i for this enterprising bachelor the back or linitw

712eftjnohas all Immense stock of cypress shingles, and up-to-date plants to be found I i will enter into a business contract muscles Sometimes sometimes in the ; .

the Judge and days grades at for sale Jor next fifteen anywhere. with the tell known firm oC Raymond always in the nervts where but it r'

e1*Attorney. reduced price Apply to M..J. Sapp &; Sons opened the cot-. D. Knight to,sell hU retail took of You itmakesvousiiifer.have t

tied"""a left, for New York BAREFOOT & SPL KS. ton market here on the 1 23rdinst. crockery glassware, tinware and and your sleep no energy docs:

4j to buy goods. Mrs. Sam Harris and children re- They bought one bale from Messrs. house furnishing goods Now, just t kidueys not rest you.bother. Your f<)Q. ;

..'j..wliA Jersey milch turned from Macon Tuesday morn- James Raulison &; Son at 4> c per give this enterprising man a call What yon want to a food medicine like 1'ti

: ':Dpi / o Lot W. Johnson. Ing. Miss Myrtle Finley, a,niece o f pound. Me srs. Raulison hare about and see if hia prices are npt right. OR. THACHER'S
Mrs. --y
Harris I
;* accompanied them Forty acres of as good cotton as thereis
: county commUsioneri and !
home. LIVERIEE BLOOD
in the SYRUP
county. They also have
Miss
JlnieBroAn
will be IB session next entertained her Hwy
M'\"" To produce a thorough alterative corn and hay enough to last them music scholars last Saturday evening, and you need It now. Ita the recognized
for
,..,. \ effect, the blood until the next cure all Iwer. Eluod and Kidney
has been kidney and liver crops are harvested. and the occasion was voted by all diseases.
jtg.OltveM.s
,appoint-
# must be thoroughly treated. Mr. Archibald Meldren of Black- present to have been Yen jourtnggat Kill '
% fa 'Chancery by Judge 7" a very pleasant ll.S nun uul iucwiici.TUAC1O.B .
'1- Mixture acts on all. Young's. Drug shear, Ga., and Miss Minnie Wilson, one. Miss Brown is an excellent : HEBICI&B COUPiSV.Tl .
store. of this city, were united in marriage Ctattaa.oga.reu.
o ti,7,;:MUturer-the greatest blood>> teacher and has a large class.S T
The Valdosta Sash .& Door Co., of Tuesday evening at 4:30: at the residence -
=isle Otheentury. Young'gajzcTimearrIved s Valdosta, Ga.. manufacture all of the bride's parents Mr. and
kinds ............. .. ..
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sash Mrs. : --
doors blinds, interior finish j M. Wilson- Rev. T. S. Hubert 1 ""1 X41 r-a 1'1r''
.: home Thurs and variety work.: Write them for officiated. Only, a few intimate S I j

:, fattflPcadlDi several necks' at prices. T j1Y'19Yr. friends of the bride were present 'to i.I i I -

e1. G. S. Mobley, book-keeper for witness the ceremony. THE CITIzs ri- Ladies Misses a osH3tor 114111o

; Jones and children, of the R. J. and B. F. Camp Company at REPORTER extends congratulations ; Summer -

Ilte visiting the family White Springs, left,for South and best wear in our fine assortment ,
_ are Carolina wishes for a long and happy They are most delightful In their

M Qpt c.. A.FiDley. this week on a three week's va- life.The which simplicity.insures We good have service the ;quality made I rvzI

_.> .s.V iialeoe Figueroa left cation. growth of the University Col- byglulltulnnrers.from stylish material Our and prices developed will ,

$+Jay for New Orleans,:wnereIs Misses Ada, and Lola Streety rt, lege of Medicine of Richmond, Va., bear found comparison elsewhere. with the luet

!*ill attend school.andorgans. turned home Tuesday night from has been remarkable; LIKEWISE ITS considered. Ribbons quality at cost of, goods !

.. 'repaired aIyknofCO. t Fitzgerald, Ga., where they have SUCCESS Not perfection, but superiority ; r

Office at R. T. been visiting friends for the past two of teaching methods (emi- s ; '
MRS. T. N. MILTON I :
:7q jenky store. months- They report a very pleas- nently personal and practical) is : .
+ ant time. ,
f :
-kl] \ Charles' has returned home claimed The Official Records of

'fI a. guatInc, where he has Mr. J. A. Fisher received the sad State, Army, Navy and Marine Examining Monroe Block. ,Marion St. Lauj

ill feMtd[ at the steam laundry. announcement Friday of his mother's Boards strongly emphasizethe "
death at her home in Savannah fact-NONE ; ,
< who has employment at HIGHER. Medicine, !
aat R'y., was in the the age of 91 years. She leaves four Dentistry and Pharmacy are taughtby ------- - "' ,.

children. Mr. Fisher of this city is fifty-nine teachers. --..--._
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:1line a visit to his moth- the youngest son. -- t
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The condition of Ex Sheriff -- -
'I i W. M. > -
The Valdosta Sash & Door I
Co. Hancock's
crop, on his three-horse -----
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'Quill", who has been make all kind of turned and square farm east of Alligator lake, is an ev- -J

[ mAajTath?county for: the past-- columns, turned ,balusters newels : dence of the great productiveness of

j.I sj returned home Mol and brackets of all kind Write I Columbia 'soil. This I
'j county plantation PRACTICAL MECHANIC J ,
hh them for
prices before you buy. They was formerly owned by Dr. T.
'lLtrnitttruit: !. If hare defy competition.
you any jly-19 Hartridge, of Jacksonville. :Mr.

|'fcoi remember Young' Drugstore Misses Jessie and Gussie O'Quin returned Hancock will harvest between twelve

_ipkce 1..to buy your fruit jarct.F. home Sunday from Georgia. and fifteen hundred bushels of corn, Wants practical took, for practical work. The tools we sell

; Mis Jessie has been teaching at twenty or more bales of Sea Island .

"fill. leave.B. Young for New and Q.York B. Douglass for the past five months, cotton, fifty acres of extra fine pea- will be found to be everything:: that the most exacting workman '

and Miss Gussie has been visiting nuts, with several acres of sweet potatoes
I Lay to make fall and winter pur- relatives at Tifton and Cyclonita.
a--. and sugar cane. This crop could expect. We believe in selling the best Hardware
Mrs. Fannie: Fisher,of Jackson rule, will at a low estimate yield 92,500.
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KH Fcroina Figueroa, who has is visiting in the city, guest of Mr.J. -- we can get, at prices our customers think they ought to 2 '
i risltinj in France and Cuba for A. Fisher and family. ).tn. Fisher Tuesday Evening's Entertainment.The pay. 4

.(pit two years, returned home is to conduct .> | sv
arranging a boarding weighing party given by the Our Hardware line' is complete in every particular. \\f
1."; house at the residence on Orange Silver Symphony Sextette and Or- j

MtEC.Parker, of Jacksonville, street formerly occupied by :Mrs. 1.. chestra last Tuesday evening was

t several.days in the city this A. Wheeler. largely: attended and proved a sue

tett..west.jf his brother, ilr. O. Mr. Geo. O. Adicks, is attending cess. Miss Mattie Vinzant met the I

Parker.; the annual convention of the Inter guests at' the door and saw that they 1): JflS. E. YOUNG m e.


I Ili tl: H. &rger,book-keeper at national Association of Fire Engineers were correctly weighed, each one Jry Goods atf.\t' t'

-tftioaeilon. :phosphate works, is at Indianapolis, Ind., where he forfeiting a quarter of a cent for Hardware ? "

['the reek in the city with Hill remain several weeks. Mr..Carson every pound they weighed. The t.aaai .

liaf, ptj. Adicka, of Live Oak, is atending prize cake offered to the lady weighing
to the business in his absence. Iar rrrii --
: the most was won by :Mrs. S. R.
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.Wh.Yocum has returned to ..
'cit flom Mrs. C. G. McCormick left Wednesday O'Quinn. -

.tie?,?has been Green conducting Cove Spring, for Cedar Key, where she will I The orchestra rendered, some excellent .,.,.,.,., .,.....,................

a nor- spend a week. lirs. McCormick will selections during the time S
jjK&ool.frlc .
be accompanied home by her mother, refreshments were being served. GO TO '

'.: J,. E. Inman: 'and M. L. Mrs. N. P. Hodges, and niece, Miss The tables and chairs were afterwards I
1eft'turday THE DOLLAR BAZAAR --r
P B evening for Ruth Kirchhain, who will spend moved back and dancing was

tar,r stoc k to.purchase their fall and sometime with her in Like City. participated in by all who were so in- i .

\ t-* The county commissioners;!, we clined. I Where your money will go the furtherest-Price and Quality i.
::Its QJ wig money by buying think, would make mistake if they The cake raffled off, to be awarded considered. We order Clothing MADE TO ORDER and guaran- .. i n

.'assn doors, binds, mantels, .1' would appropriate a sufficient sum o'f to the most popular young lady, was tee satisfaction. ;_

frog i the Valdosta. Sash 3t Door money to carry on the work of gath- won by Miss Edith Radford. Suits $9.oo and -
: ;1'rJ them:: ering an exhibit for the State Fair. The boys cleared $33.40. up. .
We are requested by the boys to Pants $2.75 "
bla Co stockmen made a The matter should receive some consideration up.
extend thanks to the ladies who so
ipmest of twenty-three cars at the next meeting. generously donated cakes, cream, We pay all express charges. Call and see bur line of samples
rattle to Tampa this week for the : Cheap rate to Jacksonville, via etc., and who served at the tables and i'

I tlartet.. Georgia Southern &; Florida R'y, presided as chaperones during the YOURS TO PLEASE, ,
evening, and to specially thank Mr.
"1 ViltQlh hat this week moved September 1st and 2nd, final limit A. O. Mann, our liberal and enter LAKE_CITY, FLA. H. F. URIE.
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hljntethe September 3rd-Ii40 round trip. prising ice man, for a 200 pound
J1****** Dual Humphreys street,'recently res- Leave Lake City 7:30 a. m.; return- block of ice. ................,1 ...

[ i Waeabyhim. ing arrive Lake City 9 p. m. same '?' ___ r=

Wi. day. Gives six hours in Jacksonville
you $100 REWARD $100 (
1* Owens who resides about !:..y. & ( ; -
1IJa-lIOrtheast The readers of this paper will be pleasedto :> & ;;
the city, was State Auditor V. W. Knott, after learn that there Is at leant one dreaded N
aty-Tuesday to look after disease tbat science has been able to cure
Mat of a spending about three weeks in the in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall a 14 What do You '
cattle.Jf Eat?
Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure noknown T
after matters connected
B. city looking to the medical fraternity. Catarrh B .
Williams, of Columbia being a constitutional disease requires a
$ with his office, completed his work constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh 1 Did You Ever Stop to Think of That? Y
??Saturday and Sunday in last Friday and returned to Talla .Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon M' Y
dhiiluest blood and surfaces of the
of her the mucuous
.'x parents, Mr. hassee. Mr. Knott is an affable gen- system, thereby destroying the foundation Do you know that the markets are flooded with adnlter- ,.
'' ;J- Brown. tleman officer and made of the disease, and giving the patitntstrength t. ated goods of all kinds and that you are liable to eat j'r -1
capable ,
Af,tke'l a by building op the constitution and :0 tnings you would not tike it you are not careful about
west fall skirt goods just many friends during his stay here. assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors t. what you buy 1.
Jroadcloth have to.much faith in Its curative To be sure of getting all She Purest and B-st Groceries t .
Bomespun, CbiviliSieuaM Mr. C. K. Weller, who has been powers that they otter One Hundred Dollars t."II we buy only brands that are guarantied to be pure. We J1 r.- .
at .for any case that it tails to cure. Senator buy them [rum reputable houses and we cun assure our -'
prices head book-keeper for the East Coast list of testimonials. Address A'1 customers that every article bougnt ot us shall be pare 121: ;Jy
establishmentat K J, CHESKY ft Co.,Toledo O. .r and wholesome. : -4 x at
SSiTtyaptoirt.spent Lumber Co. since its y
Sold by Druggists c. t. 3 rile delivery goods to all parts of the. :
Saturday Watertown, has resigned his position Hall Family PUN are the best ang m
?dayin the city returning to take charge of the business DRY GOODS, NOTION'S. UATS, SHOES. 12
1 evening M AND GENTS Fqn ISUlNG::;.
to Mt. 41
Tabor, where affairs of the Columbia Brick Company NOTICE.To .

t,,alarfe,music class. in which he is a large stock- all'whom it may concern. N. B. LONG & CO. i "
*Mock of Notice is hereby given that it is my intention -
Ihb._ __. cypress_ shingles, bolder. to issue thirty_ (*) days after this !SS Lakeity, la. A ;
--:: 6UUI'Ale, for next fifteen Columbia date a tax deed on oenaii 01 me state in 'e Dealers in General Merchandise. !:i..w -rt .
We went ont to the Florida to E. M. Good bread, tor and to the l VA
t reduced prices. I following described lands lying and being ytf.' .
Apply to in
Brick Works this week company
..7-. ,BARD FOOT & HJ-INKS. situate in t olumbia county, Florida. lowilThe : 1 : with Mr. Chas. K. Weller, who is one i ne of ne M" of sec. 17 tp t r 1/easU*
? acres. Witness my baud and seal this Juth !
; 0 aIa Evening StAr. of the stockholders and business day of August UU1.
; shown 0\er this bUL.l) J(. M. SCABBOHOUGH. .
;" APRIL 1,1901. manager, and were Clerk Circuit Court .
"tie-hdebted to Mr. large plant. On account of several
.... George
te bare the heat cabbage and let mishaps the company has not yet begun Most. Complete Stock of -
ever teen wnin \M. H. MORGAN
Jir to burn brick. The first engine -

b' and; ClOSe One of is a the man most of sue-fine and boiler put in proved to be too fnanufacturer.a Knt. Spring and Summer flillinery
and
ers in- the state and he small and new ones were ordered

and large-hearted as he have recently been installed .
just Of
house in the
any City now
Drummer. ,
Mr. Close Not a
toe' bought his. The sheds now contain about 100,000 _
Old Reliable Seeds- on Display at .
"SuttOD, wno handles soft brick awaiting the kiln. The ,I I represent three of the leading manufacturers ,
only in Goods,Tobacco.Cheroots, Lu-
of the beet Dry
to be had, especially company is working one bricating Oils. Paints, etc. Especially solicit zr1IS8 H. RILEY -
lIori4a, and makes a spe-, clay deposits in the state, as numer- the trade of Lake City and surrounding ,. -
the Merchants I >
community only. guaranteea
W 8 ii.finest: strains of cab-I ous tests have shown, and will soon I.ilvlngof from 10 toll per cent under regular -, Leading Milliner.: F
lettuce, onion and drummers' prices. Terms made easy
"*."See display advertise- be turning out an excelled qualityof Headquarters Lake City. P. 0. address. .
l *'"-' Winficld. Fla. '<.I -
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beginning with the autumn. I Burg archduke of Harthu- __ _, __ svCASTORIA
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ihave had a profitable offer, which I ria-mv husband." cI
.cannot refuse. When I left Barthuria, I
I I'I Every sword went out of every
a mere lad, to learn military tactics at the

Hazel Oil [Woolwich, so that I might one day bej 'I I sheath and 4o live the the rafters archduchessand rang I
shout "Long
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great officer, 1 did not think that a '
;mere defect of money could so hinder the archduke
THE PILE OINTMENT. !: So in such a warlike scene did these
,ray plans. You know the story. Before I l I their troth. The archduchess ( 11 'I' ) ,
two plight
I had been at Woohvich for
a -
.; One Application Gives Relief year my father was dead; before the 1 I had found lo,e. "r "..,", '" For Infants and ChildzeL ,
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next year my brother had run through Perfect Specimen. -

1 It cures Pales or'Hemorrhoids-External the,estate, committed suicide and left I I The little Not a girl: whom the New York at1T( The Kind You Have-

or Internal, Blind or Bleeding Fistulas, Itching Relief or me without a pfennig to call my own. Times tclU about i.-juh Cite ;ears old. lf ;
Fissures and 1n-
Burning, of
but she fcas fcuch a large liinrifwe
In that trouble little Bavarian ,
a by
mediate. -cure certain. the name of Sehults heard me sing I I I I dulls that the feels herself to 1*f are-, .. --. Always Bought
It"cures Burns and Scalds. The, relief thing of a eouiuiusieur in children. Recently -
one day and offered to teach me for Vegetable Preparation As
1, instant there came a real live baby into
I i
the stage if I would sign a billyrumising I -
It Inflamed Caked Breasts and similatingtheToodLlndRegutalingttle5tomaetLSal
cures or the hoube.I
to pay,him half my receipts for
+ Sore Invaluable.It When it into her this II >; Bowelsof Bears theSignature
Nipples. the first year. I did so. That is four I|I was put arms
Salt Rheum Tetters, real lire the surveyed I
cures Scurfy years ago. Now I am ready to enter baby, file-year-old :
Eruptions, Chapped Hands, fevcr Blisters, my profession..' it with a critical t'Je. ..45i i'

Sore Lips or Nostrils. Corns, Bunions, "But, Otto-you a Slehrenburg one II I "Isn't that a nice hahy':?" pried the -.-

Sore. and Chafed Feet Stings of injects, of the noblest in the land-become a nurse, with tha joyous pride with i Promote&KgestionCheerfulncss -
Mosquito Bites and Sunburns. oti which a nurse always regards a mow
1 singer Otto! andRest.Coatains neither
Three Sizes, 25c., 50c. and $1.00 '"Must I repeat the well-worn platitude I, baby, in which she feels that she has i I' OpnimMorphine nor Mineral. of

Sold bj Druggists,or sent prepaid M receipt of prtaiHUMPHREYS' about nothing being without a proprietary intertst. I I I1oTNARCOTIC.d .
CO. "Yes," replied the little girl, hesitatingly -
MED. or that is honest he asked, i
"it's but it's head's loose." ..
nice
Co*. \\'UlIaJB"JohaEW"ORK.. "I know, Otto-and 'admire hon-j ,

--r bravery in taking such a course. Woald Tale a Large Edlllea.I ; ; 6Yd f&IMz2ZPd rRER

a man would have striven to live The time js rapidly approaching. -J-
THE 'LOVE OF THEARCH'DUCHEJ'J' around my court as a hanger-on depending -1 i I declares the Chicago Times-Herald, MxJoum*

K $ fur his living on cards and the I| when an author who can get a copy SJII- In!

M fact that his family name had once I t, of his book into each of the Carnegie $! J

Bj George H. Howard. $ been great But jou-" libraries need not care for the pub-

& m "It has.stopped raining, duchess," lic's patronage. _._J Sugar.
; flanr.
S Vn." 'C Inr. M "" said. :
-I..jJt.tut. he "Shall I escort to the
AVr>vMn70nr 7r'7\-;=J'; you -- Use
Bovlae lia.etlt" la ladla.
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syodtaae.) "
(Covlr1jt.C toy bl A"u.on castle?
1 i 1 The sacrednes of the cow has been perfect Remedy for Constipation -
"If will,"she answered. "Come."
you enormously costly in India this famine ,Sour Stomach.Diairhoea,
1 The of the brush couldbe
crackling When the rains failed.and the Worms Convulsions.Feverish-
1 darkness was creeping over the heard in the wood. year For
distinctly Ovor :
dried instead of
TIlE pastures up killing nessandLossorSLEEEFac
j[ us the duchess finished her "What is that?" asked the duchess."I t .
and curing the cattle for food, and so
fcufjop. and now she had checked her do not know," he answered, peer
helping to tide over the famine time, Simile 'Signature of
tired horse and was riding slowly. ing out of the windew. Then he caught
Etunditb their
the cattle masters.
uhile. The horn drew ----- --- ( & & *
n.HJitatiiy.the sight of a brilliant uniform in green |t, : Thirty YearsCASTORIA

up%>efore the old hunting chalet ana and red through the trees. "I believe j l A poor man who has a rich uncle NEW YORK.EXACT .

Ltgau to crop some grass to its liking. they are soldiers- ,"' he 'answered.. may not be ave e-to taking the will i .
The duchess made no effort to restrain "Look!" i
for the deed I I 1
1t
Lim. "They are soldiers she answered.

"I wish-I actually wish that I might "My troops." She watched them come
NOTICE FOR 1'UBLICATIOX
find love," she told herself in a whisper. into the open space and draw up in .
,t ,"What is the use of having all close ranks. Department of the Interior COPYOF WRAPPLB.I .
Land Ollce! at Gainesville. Kl.i.. i
hat I have if there is no one to shareit "He is in this house," the officer in .Aunaa Wtti luil t"yotlrcis I rx. ,.n", ,
with me? I have had suitors in command cried. :out. "The first six hercbv fin that the tullw-ne- THE CCIITAU.COHMIIT. new MM cmDON'T
i> named ht>titer has filed notice of ilL! In- \ -
p.nt.hut no love.' No one that I men stand.aut. We will search this
t.'ntinn to make linal. proot ill >uj>i>r>rt u I
4 might 1,1\.e.' and find him." Ins claim. and that aul pro..fwill !*made !
hdoreI..rk circuit cuurt at Late llivHa. .
Sul ody front the hunting chalet. Some archduchess in a whisper."I i Mkc CM). Flo.. Int. _tiT!I fur the ne '.1 of.nw '
et 1r Xrt:3 !3T3T0'! T.=df.'ssra7"S '
"etie ; ?' U."gf3T.t.lfi =Y. as'
Si jo. 10
it set r e
li
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one was singing; it was a man's voice, do not know he answered, lie names the f"Ullwilli'itn..oe" to I
I a rich liAritone. It sang of love and hoarsely. "But they are going to ]>io\e Ins coulmUMiis residence upon and. : [ ? TAThli rZ=%L ieisi 1 zi i15r: 'dv W "I II
cultivation ot said land. \\7: iiham J wL.faun.
house.
of hapIjness."Count search the They must not findus .
( Fred luxlpe Uretn DiUli..I..lif.l.ak. '
"t Otto of Mehrenburg!" she together-and here." litr Fla. and Wilson Kirbyof na.';.Fla. I ill .....
\\'.G. Kowfos.('l rrk- III STAND :
The archduchess blushed then became
cried.. "I know it. lIe had nothing ::1

good but his voice when he went imperious. "I am the arch I I. lilil '
'duchess she said.I Ol'L'tOl.tlliAtJ ,
away. Then her own sweet voice .--- ;
joined in the song. Then. the man in I ".\) ." he answered, quickly. "And y. r I' ----c--- i': -

the chalet came out. you are beautiful, and I.am the son ofa .

"I thought I heard a woman's voice," profligate race." He looked below. 9 II m. fiND (I f =

he said, wondering. lie was a medium- The soldiers were entering the chalet. I I R No +! I KICK :,. -
i i. "Quick! You must get Into that lit '
sized man, with fair face and brown )! : ,_.
hair. archduchess tie room!" he cri ed. .- I crop I ;,

not clustering recollect the face as well ai: the did I j "I will: not," she said, angrily.: He' bat" can be 119 I U I' .Q\T the poor Printing you have been ,: '
f II i a+ using when You can the Best
I paid but herI get ::0-
\oice. Her memory was only for things nothing more, picked f
just as easily as >oor. Our prices! are
grownwithout i
that were beautiful. I gently from her feet as one would a '
/2 I 111II ()! reasonably consistent with up-to-date I
"Are Otto of fragile object. She struggled: and he I (0
you Mehrenburg? she c !irht-class work. We are prompt.
asked. He turned and saw her. I j restrained her. At last there came a Potash. I fr (ti\ void further trouble and annoyance :i,

"My little archduchess he laid, I sweetness to her that she had ne'er' l_ I I' : a I'A sending us a Trial Order. t ., :;
softly.: i felt. To be in his arms, and to be } Supply i '

t "Welcome back to Barthuria, Count conquered seemed to be the most de. I I !:1

Otto," she said sweetly. "And accepta I I sirable thing on earth. She looked he- rr enough Pot II!I THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE.
| into his face. As sodden I H. L DODD, PROPRIETOR.
witching/ by a
compliment from me. You have ash and
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changed so much for the better that impulse he' stooped and kissed ,, your i' Blll! i

1 would not 'have known you had it land, her and he held his head down to hers ?% profits will be 'I .: 'MM.tG- teM:;) etbv_ 'M<;{?M :'Ue : ,_

not been for your voice. That wonder. .' returned the caress. Then hot large without I r7.L l i ful voice of jours." and angry, she struggled free. ] ; I
"I will not enter!" she cried. ,-x
"It is all that I have except my title," | \ Potash your i <
"Listen,listen!"the cried. "The.
man
he said. "And will soon be my sole will be
soldiers are ascending the I I' crop
means of subsistence." A flash of steps. |
t lit tha love you too well to see your good r, "scrubby."
i lightning up grove, making his "
sad fare name hurt. j I "Thou Shalt Not Covet"TEKFECT
pathetic. Our books, telling about composition of r.naz..nor
"What do you mean Otto?" she said, 1 "You love me?" she asked. best ad.feted'. all crops| we tree to all lCERM4N .::_
1 "Yes, but you shall not be troubled I I KALI WORKSil
and the thunder accompanied her Nassau Su New Yurie. COXTESTMENT IS BOJUT 1ST THE KIJOIIS. HEALTHFUL UAIS,
i speech t by my importunities. I leave you DAINTILY SERTED, MAKE A.BEAU TO MEET ITS FATZ." ;
Come into the chalet," he said. "It night, and shall never see you to-I Writ forCaidoeu ef 100 tLHerad combi sates of the teipnJuctiau t/tki Twt** :

has begun to rain. It cannot last for know my case is hopeless. Go into I Costume gad for a modest outlay, malt fife yorlh brav. ,-
) room. The soldiers are here now. You : -.
time. I
will tell
any you then if you INVESTIGATE -
l care to hear." have not a second to spare." KodolDyspepsia

He rushed to her side and
i attemptedto tf t
i- "Very well, she absented,dismounting t -
her. A soldier's head showedat
; and fitting: her' horse into his move -
hands. lie led it,into the R'loomyold the door. 'orn $
place and then took off the bridle. "He is here! He '1s found! ne Cure t

shouted through the house. His companions I
"We had better go upstairs. It is 1t
t not so damp as this floor.' lie led rushed in, the, officer last. 'I >a ttt' A offortyyears Experiencat -.,.
Digests what eat.It .
the way up the steps and into a room The archduchess had turned her head. you t + 3 iMdom'JhS'tiomeU

on the hall. Here he sat, the bridle The darkness of the room was lightedup artificially digests the food and aida 't .fconomizB in fuel
i by the flickering of a torch. Nature in strengthening and reconstructing ;
down in the middle i
of the
I and .
Oear.mmmmm
room the exhausted digestive >se +!f s /fafcftCterf the Households 4
f motioned for her to be seated., ; "Johann Grautz I 'arrest you ai a or I
gans. It lithe latest discovered digest-
the officer said.
"Tell what it that spy
me was yousaidabout and
ant tonic. No other preparation
being the only thing that you, I The duchess turned her face full in it
can approach In efficiency. It instantly
possessed?" she asked."I the flickering light of the torch relieves and permanently cures I i 1 ['s NA1EtJ BY

am going on the stage .in Eng- "C pt. von Bartz, you are unaware of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, ,Heartburn, -
the woman's identity, are you not?" I Flatulence Sour Stomach, Nausea J5
o. .ST011%.A.. The officer staggered back. "My Sick Headache,6astralgiaCrampsand ,
Bears the D Ham Always Bought God!-the archduchess all other results of imperfect digestion. I'AStlVltlr'TFJd'

Signatureof G "Yes," she said, linking her arm in Price SOe.and SL Large size contains 2K tunes u
small slta.Book all about dyspepsia roailedfree
that of Mehrenburgs. "You will have
Prepared ty E. C DeWITTO CO.Cljleago.Ii .
-- -- to go farther for your spy, Capt. von-? "IT IS \\fRITTEN""Never I

"National Steel Ranges are the had a store to bake a

best made.n." M.FaiCE, ,M&lale, AU. evenly and aic.s _
1asti
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Mas. ;

tmJi: iiiFi1: "fnrnished.Abundance"of hot water always fo: ,. "In 3o years housekeeping; ** .

I w.R.BSISGBCESI risoiiie-1 > had a stoveo pleasing. .

After one year's hard service, RaT'J.JI. $ awta 0

in perfect condition." .s.b ..I Im1 sure there is none supetiorFaiiNIrG .

OUIIU Scr.oon. Xa.&hY1It ; 1 1.T.dseaas 5np riCL*.
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as formerly. L "The National, the best range

MATKOS VAXDSEWLT UazvEnm y. J t in nse."

y Y-1 "Have never seen one I would" :; Co J.CV&TU,gnkn aa'**

exchange it for." ..Takesless wood and less time."

B. STtATTOK. NasiTiae. ., T. .Donn.c.a&J.

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I r'i1! P DON'T EXPERIMENT j pt" Buy VAT YOU KNOW TO BE6008.J)


'srovts TS.T/AK 1tA.iiHS GRATES IOCI1 6QU4
GlAMYt'AIf QUUSW.lI[ TOYS ItiBiB'TOII

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: pick has no resectiwho the Sun." tou'elioll hold"Al whiskers Doesn't he look : -I go through the whole summer-2'

jets caught.: I season with little trouble. A'taint of MainS
i\ lie -
lhi'id"Cler* mare tried I < kooks \
to trheriiUh to
curl
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-'" ---- I' drugs III |usulorni.swders. .acid Their fulCs.lubalt'11I: CATARKH ana bf I I mtAyprrrlmtrd. S T rial poisoning in your blood to-day will, last
Powders '
the MUCUUUS mcinoraua: dry up 1 anti( the Fall unless '
Licence.t crack causing them to 1 you drivo it out -
Mtft For I Upr'D anot bleed. l'be l*..'*rf aiidn He-What would you say, Miss uovy.
Used In
KM upUcatlan aid Ifc-er.for prrmlt Public to sell noft.ea awa bare the name Inhalers membrane: :have that entirely their eaten Etha}. if I should tell you that I had .........tTtr-irrtr-T.-MHMie| Blood Medicines can't cure Malaria poison:

that UTrotier and er ointmr* MS i aimed to eurr.while: pastes mak and called this evening to place a sol 1 j ing. The antidote for Malaria poisoning is

I partner doing business and experienced: cannot reach the disease. An old itaire upon one of those dainty JOHNSON'S TONIC. .

same sled tbe u,ardor ty many of tie years made practitioner a close study w and bo special h. Ii for fingers of yours?

over, of Columbia county. treatment a of CATAKBH, : She-I would say Harold, that The sickest man is not always in bed. The
pertecied treatment'bicb Hthfil- meanest kind
for the when f
Ar a UoB right and .., .
your speech had
u tora, wtam and Deer in manenily not cures: only CATAMBH.relieve at by once but per Boston Courier. the' true ring:- of sickness is just to be able to attend to one's duties. With

fMa a1Wa sowllbactedoon cause,-.topping the+ilwuaree; removing and curia the. rich blood in
all your veins with
iatiammaiion. you'perform
eummoii.loaerelatarsu'etlug.wbicb It U the only pleasurethe work.
County s known remedy' _
wilt br afflicted to science that actually reaches the I i that becomes an arduous task for half well J
gtsi Muadzy In Jx-ptember. A known as part" This "'untl..rJull'emedy is BaLed Uritt So... iTo people. ; '
to the forenoon ot Mid SN'l'm.KS the crAuurrHb CA, baked bean add
one
,r tlsttCk TARBB ." quart one
tua don't
Board hereby calls aDd UwldatUe Why you take JOHNSON'S TONIC ? It
extremely
I5yyid upon low price is the
#t Of One Oullu.neb quart water two slues of onion and a -
.e* fcteeuoa ln>.trict wto package contalnlni -
*Eu do up to BUU*cause, if any ncient!tor Internal a Hill moulirK and external medicine kut, stalk of celery' Simmer '3D minute. World's Greatest Medicine. The dealer makes less money on _
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sitheaaiS sail permit regular unail meeting not be nytbiug""NUFL'Li necessary tG tie IM.'rhct treatmeut n....and er. then rub through a strainer and add JOHNSON'S TONIC than'on any other kind. Now remember
BT order ot tne :S"1117 the only J..rtrct C-'TJ.'tRII one cupful &stewed touiatoe. Season '
1lheapphtanti that
I crag ever wade ant Is your health, is business and
p,iasslssdonera of Columbia the only safe and i4since uow recoguized as with salt and pepper. Cream together your making money is his
abJIthS :M.bcarboroagB, tier k. norini Inoantmation and disgusting disease. It cures al j'j I two tablespoonfuls each of butter and '
quickly: and
in also permanently and ,! flour-and cook ten minutes after it u
wonderlully I It would
quick to relieve HAT I pay you better to drive
rt\t.n and vow in the n ii u. i added to the soup.-N.Y.Post. twenty-five -miles to get a
:The Deed Notice. cossuJiPTios.SSCPH.tSwillsate CJ.TJ.IU&1f when elected olten leads to I I I i bottle of JOHNSON'S TONIC rather than use the cheap kind -
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.1t.1JCOI1crD-ltlsmrID- you use It at oner it u you; that more to the
dealer.
Itttoae noordmary reme pays profit
thirty (&>)days after this dy. but a complete: treatment -4s
5 < (be tate which Is pus[ : Special Master's Sate. -
?will!o a lively guaranteed, ?
D. lallatray lor and totrlbeitande form locnr cATABUu In any j}, Money. and imiEttntt
J. : making
or stage If axed TXDER and bY Life-saving don't close
lying and brio< tions which according to direr (jforeclosure virtue of a anal decree In', run very togeth

tkC8llllt1 maatliecorDef of Columbia of w Ji'state ot nw f delay but send accompany tor It at aacb once,package.and:write Don full t Judicial Circuit ol Court mortgage ot Florida in in the aDd Third tor'Coluffit.ia er. ,JOHNSON'S TONIC is the,kind that cures. It is 100 times
) particulars
,s I tp line thence w In a IIW di- will receive"as'.to lour condition trom tbe and dl.coy.r..r you matter: therein county: wherein In chancerr.A. a" in a certain '' better than Quinine. Does in one day what slow Quinine t
tie middle of the [ Hart tor the I i
III"l'IWntt ot thin wonderful remedy regarding oseot U. D. M. Tttompson, and L. ail. I i| cannot do in ten
ke
40 thence akin e' your else w[[bout cost to Thompson are days. t t
.litot aw**. g regular price or "SM F FLFS'you beyond the Campbell and complainant and Robert I>

tipGIAt acres 01 beginning. Sec 5, tp4ern anteed Sent Catarrh Cure. the -Guar are detendanLs.Henrietta 1 wlU offer Campbell tursale his and wife wil i'I I I Better do your own thinking when your health is at stake.
prepaid to sell at ,
any address in-the rhited public outcry. at the
-1.sand, M.1t.and KBOBOFGH.teaLAugu.it ISta State Address or Canada on receipt of One Dollar court bouse in the city of Lake front City.ot Flue the ',I! Insist upon having the World's Greatest Medicine < :
. 'i Dept. E6. EDWIN H. GILES COM- Ida. to tbe highest and best bidder tor cJ.'b.: ,
ClerkctrcultCourt. PAN V.SOU and taj Market St..Pllltltl lpbla. between the legal hours on i|


-."." ., 'Monday,, September 2ml, 1901. i JOHNSON'S CHILL and FEVER TONIC.

'VESTIBUlED all that certain M.parcel-or tract of land ,
lyingand and being in the town act Lake city : .
SEABOARD AIRLINE county: ot Columbia state of H-.rlU.i from a Utter data It has been the
formerly uelouem to Julia E. Cline and on market for the
t IiMITEb comprising one-half acre ot land more or 1 n years, and fctiuut
;
less luwnded now south occupied btr Washington b y liobert Camuliell. anativlllt, g. C, Attguttlj, 1889.Ai higher to-day as"a curative :1gentJtl1:10 i
"lr..et..at
by lands: of John Coleman i the of SO, any other medicine node
TRANS| north by land: I age with 23 jean of acUTe
RAILWAY. !i Caroline Ballonc: Shill west by lanil-i of Chants ;' practice I am a earef! observer sod eau Tukea thorough c-ojrsi of JOHN-
and s. H.
DAILY SLEvltf division ot the town liadiey.ol Lake in the City,nortaeru Mate ot j i i Uoo la eudanlac proprietary medicines, but I SON'S TONIC and enjoy that keen ;;
I Klorida. or M.>'much thereof U shall bo lean cOMclentiouilJ endorse rourJuHNSoysCHILL : pleasure in life that only Ulougs to y
, 41;' i nccevsarr: to till sali.tacti.w..f wail d""crte, I AUD FIVKB'Toxic. am ot ttw ....., I thoroughly well pfcoj.lc. ; :
E3ST.. ,il6Y: ; StrrTIlEHV DtYhION. together with ail.wta Purchaser, to oomliuutlua reawdlM for Chills ,
d a ] pay and rover I
:, _i---r- : 3iB : for titles. *
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y I- ;. Costs 50
-1_ lure ever ued. It eurreeu the vitiated teCKUOU cents a bottl. Get it
sAleiS.10 4 30 p i LT Jacksonville_ ._ ,_ _, 1.akrCtty Fix.July ill. Ivu{.
lOaI7411
.11:10:1: IJ of Uw lifer today. 11'3
9J nlieret ,
I1a1a, IiW 8 I ...._ 1 T. R wtiVlK, i-cUl MoL-t..r. I eostif euesm and
... tup Baldwin. :._ ,.__ u w a! Y w Vf.Mlni
JH!pt II tJ _/.t. Waldo. ._ .. I_-____ 11 *a 10 14 P'' CoinpUmaat: SoliLttor. promotes at iorItlOII and aulwIlatIOII of food, 1
..ir,p 01" uaine.vilieL.__-_'.' 1 J .+pi., ., thus fulfilling all tile lodlc&tloiiA Claimed for it.

t; UflP 430p, :Jlia t ai: a"t L.:_.,.? f "Cedar Mirer Spring Key: -_--_' ___.._-' ItiPI 1XIp:: ,.z.o.___L 11. A W1LSCXN.Cotbus I Moan troJy A. B. CIRARDEAU, >

ff.ft 661'1333&''.,_.--1 Ocala____,_. _1'..___t 1411 p, 100 l. 1'. P. KDWAHD8, )(. P.
.1-1 8 Sup 5lh .___ ."WUdwood. ._ .=-1 -III pi t b: SAVANNAH, GA
.1135: P T -&,-- Ln-"bur&___.. _.-i J17p, J3Ua: i _
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If.IUIr7i'-r''J: '' t : Winter' parlt'I.i) Ii. pl.-.... Ii i

Va- d eta, 3 31 : "Dade: 4 ooa =
Plant A.
p -- CityTampa ---I. 5 K.
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y 4 i p, 110 a.:____ I: The famous Atlanta'Optician..COLD .
'Connection made at_Fernandina

"i | with Cumberland route steamers, I
; j < 4xl L > leaving Fernaudina 1:30
\ t' : p. m. daily
."t extent Sunday arn'lngfl.unslck ,
,' j a p. HI.ILeaie.
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+..1Ic Io;rats-=_' "-:'_--;I-I. a 7:4Q-a. m.# and 4:50 p. m. Yll :
Uj\lDE K'ER k
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x i&4' .:.-:_-;._:-.::::: .-. -- : I'! Wp"'I'rruals' at Jacksonville from the .

ffiEfJ.--r' ': T---01.--. 3 a t!p North and East. No. 37 nwa.- m., A 0. Ls1teCitp. Fla.be I
.;.I 4 UpWSUp"P'Y',I -,! 9:15 a. m., No. 3) b:10 P. m. From .
ilOL.-..., "; _...: 51L'ip the Nest No. 2.:2.1 p. m. From t and Caskets all Stiles and "
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Jusal South No.. 24 at 8 a, m., No. W at Piices. Unless Promptly Filled. J

.. ::+::_ .'.-_-_ TUai 3:55 Pm' \ t

[laiaSo.34 theFla' and Metropolitan Limited, vestibuled train between -. RAMARK.

SWKilleaiid New York, via Richmond and Washington including draw- ,
{.....cI iDf( and observaman buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonvilleand L 1 t -I Ii

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AA Ia Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train consisting of day i al --.. MEDAL.Award .- ... -
toil baggage and express cars between Jacksonville and Was _
dPulimaiLsleepers between Jacksonville and New York. Award Diploma ot Honor J eIt

for Key West and Uayanna. Leave Port Tampa Sundays Tues- THE { '
Tbursdajs 1t:0U p. m. Y < HSTADLISHED I'' -
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hl4Jsleeper ONORRHOEAGLEET I 1870. E I: 't fii ; r
between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
lion at City Ticket office 202 W. r -
"'" Bay street. Telephone 2t iio. These Famous Glasses tor bale; l>y .

JAS. M. BARB, n."E. L. BUNCHI CURE -j .' ; i ," f' "I!
4.: Gen'l Sup't. Gen. I'ass. I SAFE SURE '- = ;
I Watts V
Yic: Portsmouth V a. CURE YOURSELF & Son, Eyesight Tested Free.uaJIall'I. .

JQLL. Atnistaat Gen. Passenger Agent Jacksonville, Fla. ....--....e.o
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area C.. h..' I! Les glasses are never peddled. lie'sure that"Ha -kes"is stamped: on frame
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-a.u..a may 01

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For sale by GeorgeY.., Price.BALKE'S ,
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8UWANNEE -
RIVER ROUTE .
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,- (:4' .5e17edule in Effect August, 1st, 1901. Ij : -


... .,> Di1ic I. j SUperIority
: uklt Olalo:
-.ttiR"rSBOrlD., :4 Vlye-r. :;trp. NORTIIUOUtiD t'lyer.q i
A. M A. SL ; 'I PM'' i
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f Macon 4' 45 115 l' Palatka 1115 ----
'; 1,Eattieen 11:>7'r': y Fluranume !4'4 t I
; Utovania' 1-11I Hampton .3'1 tI Is the
S" 'Caadiila : o5 7!Iii Sampson City 74a I distinctive characteristic of our i
Vienna Y :III II 9, .", Lake Butler 81)uo; Men's %r
Women's 'I
Cortele taO i W Lake ("11' II Boys'. and Children's .
.Arab tr LS, J White Springs II I .
,Anhbora 128: 11.3 y Jasper 8.VJ k R
; ttttoaTUton 4004W 1017IOS1 1 Jenniug 10 ioit I
SPRING and
,Ep"U'1 .., 431 I I 10\ k Ar'aldosu Lake Park 10 us s.> I '' f d I I L SUMMERCLOTHING ..1

"I I- 438 lion I t Lv ViidOhUHeartpine 11 10 ..T
.7 lrtplne 4 44Si5'' 1145 Y 115 ? w v L
Valdonta > 11 SI Adel 12 Ul t tU6 I !
r Valdosta f i 11 67 Sparks I! ,
LtttPark saw: 1230: ?Ar. Tit ton li *) v
leaamg,, I 1:1: 11*> TittonAshburn I. '
Juprr I 3.i l :m t.LV i w I -s
YABK -
1IhIIe TpaDt
prlnp 7116 1 w J Aral>i ,
-- Late City 7 3.\ : full '! Cordeleienna 1 56 1 NO STOCK in the SOUTH -
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Lake Butler 8 "' f \' 311 k
u 1 2:s I II ,I
MiipaooCltr 84H 248 fnadiilaGroiama: :: ::ss: equals ours In QUANTITY QUALITY, VARIETY, I
VIM ; ;
,,1'I..nbolDe r II ** II :31H JJl 1 Kathleen: I I I or general excellence of STYLE and FINISH, and i s
Palaika lit 3 EAr. Macon 150 eta
410 EQUAL
QUALITY
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-. I SCHEDULES AT-- JUNCTION'POJ----TS.__ LIVE I'I I OAK : :! 'I)' Our: Prices Always Lead. 'f 0 v

Clllh f 't.tIJ am a.ll'a" m pm ',: -..- II

-.:-; c-.eli6-- h'i 4UI 7:5uiil: 8WMami .Ar waycross"LT pili 113 ;Jo:, : 'IIi.- Ladies' ruHor-llade Suits I. .

-tz.' 1P Till ID 83U, I atp It i AT Thomasville Tittoni 34.1S I 1s t Waists Skirts, -U der klrts. '

(96 IIIU. YY 55. i : am P" WHISKEY I Corsets, Neckwear Under'
ea- ,g ,pm am) M; LT Valdosta !JU 1I a' 1130 '' I
D y
43 OJI61 -L'> .t.rTboma+iIle 111'11 W 13:iII I wear, ,in especially exclusive
diYj
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mopm 74.j Ii SU_ a m
lJ ,, ; selections .
:L'i BY ACE.
Valdosta '! : a SOFTENED I
tin 8b
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HieLv -4 -
Ar Jackson* : ,
# 1 y Y/II1 a m
P m, I Lake Butler I I 11 tsi Award, coil UeAd at Atlanta Exposltloa. S MAIL ORDERS I -
Iw' Ar JacksonvilleLT 1
pm a m / k _
am;, pm I 1I r. 111 and solicited. Careful attention and shipments C.O.D. 1 f: y 'I
sampan oty Is the best
} _WIS 1 11i11 Gainesville: 9 :r. III u" ../ purest with privilege of examining before paying. iJw

__ I __ Correspondence invited.B1ILevy&BroJ.. l
Rye Whiskey sold
Dally except Sunday. 'suuday o&lly ___ { :; _": 11

Y basthrougb Coach and Pullman sleeper between Micon and JackSSs22 in the South. :
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and through coach aDd local: sleeper and Ito.
..,' uc1a.JC.oa union II.JU .. sod nm: dtpotun 1 vet '

'.7- :$c&UL1LlY,solid SUAw.train beta'enm.Macon and I...,. B RHODES, ir"R.' F. DALKE & CO. PnrieiJ fS, J ;

,z-'Preildent;; : General Passenger .\fent, CIX;;; .. \if. O.S. A. I 'II

LL-S -MACOS: GA. Qriui ci&llc4 W ouf b.aJ oni& : will bo SAVANNAH .-. -. GEORGIA. i PO ,
T. P. r. P. A .
A., QAEBY BCBXS.: i"c3 I c.. il :.;;t ,;,;;; JI.l 01Lat_-.
-, %*, >Atlanta,G ; .A1\v. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla !I .

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S THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1314


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: Summer Rates. !N( 1;':

[ Lowest straight and summer tourist :- .
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FAIR QUESTIONTO rates, to the north, west and Nine I1ERBNE. .11

''ASTHMA SUFFERERS. southwest, via the LouUulle and

Nashville R. J:' The Louisville and Tenths -
)ULD you give two cents or two and Nashville R 1:. ,offers the lowest Wf 1:1:, i

a half cents for immediate and posi' straight rates to all points throughout lot Pure Juices from #'
tive relief from the ,exhausting and Natural Roots. X-
nerve-racking asthma from which you the north, northwest and south-
suffer?, One dose of Foley's Honey west, and summer tourist tickets to I all I '
and Tar is positively! and unconditionally guar., all lake and mountain resorts the'RfGUUTEStli9LiveiStnrlachandBgw!

anteed 25 cent to bottle give relief-twenty-five, and there doses are in ten a doses 50 cent ina through the north and northwest, also People II Cleanses the System, Purifies the Bbl

f bottle. to. the Pacific coast. Through _

Foley's Hooey and Tar will can asthma if not too tar advanced sleeping car tickets sold to Cincinnati SufferJRiS r Malaria! i'i '
,and always will bring relief. Remember,sae dose Bilioasrass, Const-patioi:
Louisville Nashville, St. Louis,
.mean relief from the terrible wheeling and choktng"up. ; ,
la our guarantee_ worth" the price of a trial to you I Chicago and New Orlea'ns For detailed from y! Weak Stomach r !lmpaired'CigestDSeased l
Foley's Honey and Tar is the name., a .-
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Louise Pnctett 509 Bryan \ve.,Danville.111.,writes: information, of the perfect ,:
, "I had suffered several years with Asthma and after try I passenger service offered by the (... : Every Battle Cuarutri I to Hie SatisfaSa.ivn.ciii .
many remedies Lad all hope. 1 ,
wised to try Foley's Honey and given: Tar.ap It immediately was e & N. n. It, showing through schedules MOT'-Li.:**, sac A T''LD5a. "
It stops the coughing spells and I get my breath more freely. sleeping car lines and for rates, Price, "O C( ut,. :,.;.!
.' IS the only medicine that ever gave me relief. reservations and any desired information Liver .

call on or address, Jl-11. Hopkins -
BANNER SALVE heals aU hurta. F.f J. .11Ej F. BALLARD, St IcV
Florida passenger agent, Jacksonville 1 pared by Lank,E\ j,
Fla. C. L. Stone, general >*>*>< >v H> >O* < > ti fre ertrat 'HNo "f OOOM: >>Ni.i' ., -

passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. ;
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Sold by Geo. W. Price.I ----- -
Sold by Geo. W. Price.HHIjilHHimiiliiHIIiMiHHHIiHIimiSi., '
The World's Greatest Fever


,I,, D. CALLAWAY, I I [)r. W. H. (Ives, Jr. Johnson's Tonic_Medicine.does in a day what M ." \

\ IIIZOKEr.1EAL | slow Quinine cannot do' In ten days. -
I ESTATE AXD''I PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON. Its splendid cures are in striking contrast < L.a .
I a + INSURANCE AGENT with the feeble cures mabe by ffl.. r*
I .
LAKE CITY FLA. PHOXE 118. Quinine. ;

I Lake City. Fin.QTIS '! If you are utterly wretched, take a Ready For Easter '
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1 thorough course of Johnson'a Tonic
L. K- RooKitioy. A. n. SYAL1.. I and drive out every trace of mala- 13 .
\ H TAnKER Fla. I I .}
Jasper Lake C1ty.Fit.ltOttlftF1ON rial aol nnlnf. The wise insure their
,,l Ynur Kaner wants of kind toe ti here
every ran
promptly lad satis. q3
:lives and the wl.er Insure their Ijf
I, Attorney At Law. M' .tr111'. I I'I health by unlng! Johnson's Chill and IE pare ever' lrht' 1l'd await vou.AND. m'_.
l I fever Tonic. It costs 00- cents if it
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA. LAKE CITY AND JASPER, FLA, ,i! cures; not one cent.it it does not. = SPRING SUMMER HATS ., m'i'
;i j Will do a general practice In State and,.I ..i 1tij
1
-, federal. Lake courts.City Collections office: Second and couteyancIng. floor Vin-- : Tax Deed Notice. Jjl 'Together with a' complete line nf all Lind* of tlrst-t :u.1\ Millincrr ". H4
/.antniock. dUUW-lyr. ffl awaits your pleasure. out-tot-towltoporll receive prompt attention, '::1:
DR. E. RIVIERE, rPo all horn it may concern:-It is my intention 4 ,'
I 1 to issue thirty (JO) days afer this t a
DENTIST I date I will on behalt of the state ot Floridaa $ .1't'R S. L. T. FUNK.: ) i.
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tax deed to J. D.Callaway for and to the 'It :
t Ollice'upstairs in Hie rear Store. LAKE ('rn'.Kl situate in the county of Columbia state ut 14 ....; .. .
A ATTORNYATLAW.LAKE ...
Florida Two lots of .
: east Lake City on old I .ITY..fIY. .TY.
CITY FLA.COMMERCIAL Jacksonville. road.in se corner of s 14 of ne ._._.i!:al.O... _. .o..t..e........ ......A......06.......... j
-- 1. hf'ca. tp 3. r 17 s and e-J atreli-
T1& J. L NIBLACK i I A HPECIALTY.i .COLLECTIONS- 7lh.braced IsiSi.In certificate No.til.sales of August .. ,_ n, ___ -__ _-,-- __ ,_ -_ '_. "

i Office Marlon ,. Witness my hand and seal. August 16th \.
JPHYSICIANaxt ; : streelnp stairs over Mrs.
SURGEOX : 1WIL M. M. SC flL BOKOfGH. I:
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T.A. I'errv,building formerly occupied bv r>
Boozer iCallaway.Practice I (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court.
Resilience Phone Nil- U. .
Headquarters at U'ISE'S AHmrssacres [: in all State Courts prompt atten-
Drugstore.
promptly left attended here: will to.be i I I I drawn tion to and all Business acknowledgements Mortgages taken.and Deeds 1 k1.i dGUARANTEED

I 1 I MA3TEB IS CHANCES FOE VKDEB A z TomDstones Monum nt -
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LAKE_ CITY, FLORIDA.,1 I I I' janl-W) CeLUMBIA COmiTY... $5.000 DEPOSIT 1
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'q I R. R. FARE PAID
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,. p. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR. Zoo FREE Georgia, Vermont and Italian Harble. ,<
Scholarships ottered. ;:f
S Write quick to j ji i Granite Monuments ih-adstnneii.Tablets,Statuary Also Steel and '-1
m, BUILDER", I CA.-ALA.BUSINESSCOLLECE.Macon.Ca. S Wrought Iron Fences. Parties needing Marble work will find it ta S. :J
--- _, j their interest to write us for designs and prices. All Work iuuaabtd
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\.j' Save Your Vegetables. 1
,; ...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... Valdosta Marble Company
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jA' PLEASURE ,TO QUOTE PRICES. tma.s"a *1JBuse c VALDOSTA. GEORGIA. IVIlW'W _a,

CALL p/V HE BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KIND OF WORK. 1 *' faYOrtt .


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{ WORMS O : Ado,
VERMIFUGE hits
Bottling
...&QIWIIiIJ. BestUQoabty. i ii I + s tits I II Lake A-

i For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. ( I pg T' n pu..w crow WTaI : I y "' l |

SOLD" z3Y AIaIs DHUGGZ&'X' '1 . ompnn .
s I Prepared by- .4JAMES' F. -BALLARO. Louis.' (
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Sold by Geo. W. Price; INasliville I S.A.HASELTlNfs- h1oitf' A'CMER' viOi3LSrRUSTS/ J -DEALER. IN- :

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Protect orchards, gardens, cotton corn.
i I tobacco cucumbers tuinatos.and all other ( Cool Drinks Fruits Vegefa:;!
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fruits and vegetables from tbe ravages of -. --.5 ,

Gfiauanoooa <&< St. Louis RIJ. !I I bend insects: n about for sample the trap use ot bp IMUSOU maiL or spray. .Le.Ii L, !

j, Address AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY' COUNT bles, Tobaccos, Cigars,
-AND-
i 1. II.SCTTON, -
Seedsman "'

Western and Atlantic R. R. 1 See local notice m snottier v column.Ocala, Fla. v Nuts, Raisins, Apples : '

"Battlefields Line" "- aug-l-6m f\\ :J
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/i And Fine Candies. =
Through sleepers to. Chattanooga, Nashville, and St. Louis connecting in White -+$+- Bronze" \ ,
? union depots for Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, Memphis MANUFACTURERS AND
and all points West and Northwest.C. I f10NUME1'TS. BOTTLERS OF

.E.UABUAS G.P. A., Atlanta,,Ga. T.M. DOTLB,F. P. A, Jacksonville Fla ttoda Water. t>artaparllla.t Strawberry. 6iriier \ di,.
;, Seltzer Cider. :tc. '

I II Geo J Davis, Manager

Fire Storm, Torna o'.ana GijGlone Insurance. ,; II I I -

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BEST AMERICAN AND FOREIGN INSURANCE j 8 :
COMPANIES REPRESENTED'. ",""r

; Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. I| ; SUMMER f-IEAT.J
Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. j :


Chalker & The thermometer 1I"1118oon be climbing to toe Sum$1'A
Small Agts. i t mer heat mark. You wUpwxro be wishing you< could
tI Are more enduring tban-"tone: better and contrive to get along without that awfully hot range. :'<:
cheaper. Endorsed by scientists as YOllcan.
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G. M. RAY ARCHER, FLA. 'o .
Agent for CulumUa County. Blue Flame makes an Ideal beat for conkingquick..
O Carriage; Maker and Undertaker 'Also for Star Wind Mills and Tem- O convenient It and economicaL We have Stove you want
costs but little
pie lump;. and Tubular Weil maker. All O 1l1i11.e9-\ntb and Is a great labor saving device. .
O prices reduced. June or without cooking utensils.
Coffins and Caskets always on hand at reasonable prices. Prompt i .
attention to CALLS Day or Night. Telegraphic orders promptly at"i' I -
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FINEST HEARSE IN THE CITY. OO jw
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'O O Doa m s 8II II1iIIS MOll1illllAND ij ware I carry and the.Tin-ware most complt In the city.line of Just Crockery what you, Queens-wantprices _
Buggies and Wagons for sale and Built to Order. General Kepair- i J the luwess considering quality of goods.
O at.p cialty. All work guaranteed. t''arriaie material fur sale.also .
agent tor Marble Monuments and Grave Mun"tI. O --

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LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. G .J--- J. D. STREETY. ----'-
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