The Citizen=reporter
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 Material Information
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: September 27, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042460
oclc - 33283557
notis - AKN0324
lccn - sn 95047172
System ID: UF00065510:00042
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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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to The Citizen-Reporter

SEPTEMBER 27, 1901.

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ORDINANCE NO. laa. punished by imprisonment not ex- license tax of five dollars for each J
ceeding sixty days, or by a fine of not day for the privilege of the same.
An ordinance to require persons or less"than twenty-five dollars, or more This shall include the sale by auc-
corporations doing business, following than five hundred dollars. Provided tioneering of personal property by a
t an occupation'or practicinga further, that no. license under this traveling salesman, dealer, trader,
profession to pay a Special Li- clause of this ordinance shall be Issued merchant or salesman. Any person
cense Tax, and to provide for the for a fractional part of a year. violating this clause of this ordi-
collection of the same and to provide Third. Dealers in spirituous,, nance shall be punished by a fine of
penalties for a failure to pay vinous: or malt liquors, shall pay a not less than ten dollars nor more
same. license,tax of two hundred and fifty than twenty-five dollars for each of-

Be it ordained by the Mayor and City dollars for each place of business, fense or be imprisoned not more '
whether such license is taken out for than sixty days.
Council of the city of Lake
Florida: City. the whole year of fractional part ofa Seventh. Keepers of livery or feed
year, and dealers paying the same,, stables, who keep horses or mules
SECTION 1. Xo person firm or corporation and receiving a license therefor,, for hire or feed, shall pay a licensetax

shall engage in, or manage shall'be authorized to sell spirituous, of twenty dollars; persons paying
the business profession or occupa- vinous, or malt liquors, or any such this license shall be allowed to run .
tion mentioned in this ordinance liquors, but neither spirituous,, drays, All persons other than liverymen
vinous, or malt liquors shall be per- running drays within said
within the corporate limits of the mitted to be sold unless said licensetax city, shall pay a license tax of five

city of Lake City, Florida, unless a is first paid, and a license there- dollars for each dray. All horse
city license shall have been procured for ':rst taken out.ny person or drovers or other persons, who keep
persons who shall engage in the sale horses, mules or other animals for
from the tax collector of the said
ot such liquors as above described.inthis sale within said city, shall pay a license -
city of Lake City, and attested in ordinance without first having I I tax of twenty-five dollars,

the name of the city clerk of said procured a license as herein provided whether said license is taken out fora

city, and the corporation seal of the shall be guilty of a misdemeanor whole or part of a year. All per- -
and upon conviction shall be fined in sons running hacks within said city
said city of Lake City impressed the sum of not less than fifty nor for the purpose of carrying passengers -

thereon by the city clerk,.whose fee more than five hundred dollars, or for profit, except persons paying -
for attesting and placing the seal imprisoned at hard labor for sixty a livery stable license, shall paya
thereon days. license tax of three dollars for
shall be fifteen cents, paid
l'uurth.lerchlntl: storekeepersand each hack so run. .
by the person taking out said li- druggists, with a capital stock Eighth. All circuses advertising a
cense. But no license shall be issued of less than one thousand dollars three ring show shall pay a licence

for more than one year, and all shall pay a license tax of four dollars tax of one hundred dollars for each
and for additional thous- show. All circuses advertising
every day they -
license shall expire on the first day
and or fraction of a thousand dol- a two ring show shall pay a license -
of October of each year: but frac- lars, shall pay a license tax of two tax of seventy-five dollars for

.tional license, except as hereinafter dollars up to ten thousand dollars, in each day they show. All circuses. or
provided, may be issued to expire on excess of ten thousand dollars one shows giving performances under
dollar on each additional thousand do) ttn within the corporate limits of
that day at a proportionate rate estimating
jars for each place of business with- said city, with or without hordes
from the first day of the in the limit of said city. Provided shall pay a license tax of fifty dollars
month in which the license is so issued that: dealers in cigars, cigarettes and fur each"day's show. All side shows

and all licence may be transferred tobacco, who pay no other licensetax under tent :.hallpay a licence tax of
shall pay a license tax of five twenty-five dollars for each day's
with the approval of the city
dollars. show. All theatrical shows or min-
treasurer of said city, with the busi- Fifth. Each sewing machine and strell troops shall pay a license tax

ness for.which they were taken out, lightning-rod agent who has his of- of ten dollars for each day or night
when there is a hona fide sale and fice, place of business, or headquarters they exhibit, show or give performance.
or solicits business within the Every person who shill ex-
transfer of the property used and corporate; limits of said city. shall hibit or operate hobby-horse machines .

employed in the business as stock pay a license tax of ten dollars., merry go-rounds or other like
and trade, but such transferred license Each insurance company, life, or machines, within said city, whetherthe
shall not be held good for any otherwise, association, farm, or individual same be propelled by hand, horse .
doing business within the or steam power, on which personsare
longer time or for any other place corporate limits of said city, including charged for riding: shall pay a
than that for which it was originally accidents to the person, actingas ; license tax of twenty dollars for the

issued. First. Keepers of hotels or surety upon bond guaranteeingthe privilege of operating the same,
boarding houses haying accommodation fidelity of employees, and insuring whether said license is taken out for
employers against liability for the whole or part of a year. Any
for a hundred or more lodgersor accidents to employees, shall pay a person operating any such machine,
boarders shall pay a license tax of license tax of five dollars for uitnout first having paid such license -

. seventyuedollars: ; with accommodation each agent or solicitor acting for shall be deemed guilty of a

4rom fifty to one hundred said company, firm, individual, or association misdemeanor and, upon conviction,
whether said license shall pay a fine of not less than twenty-
lodgers or hoarders, fifty dollars; be taken out for the whole or a part live dollars nor more than fifty dollars -

with accommodation for from twen- of the year. Any agent of any of or be imprisoned not more than

ty-five to fifty lodgers or boarders, said insurance companies, or sewing sixty days. Any person using, operating -
,- twenty-five dollars; with accommodation machine agents, or lightning rod or running any slot machine
for from ten to twenty-five agent, neglecting: to pay the licensetax shall pay a license tax of three dol-
lodgers or boarders; fifteen dollars; provided for in this section, or lars, whether said licence is takenout
with accommodation for from five to who acts as such agent for any company for a whole or a part of a year. .
ten lodgers or boarders, five dollars. before it has paid such tax, And for each vendor of any kind of
Public eating saloons or restaurants, parable by said company, shall be goods, wares or merchandise, and for
having accommodation for heating deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and each stand for the sale or barter of

ten or more persons, ten dollars; and upon conviction thereof, shall be any kind of property, tricks or notions -
those seating less than ten, seven punished by a tine of not less than whatsoever, the managers of
dollars. twenty-five dollars or more than fifty which travel with or are connected

Second. Keepers of billiard tables, dollars: or shall be imprisoned not in any way with any circus or show,
ball pool tables where billiards or more than sixty days. All agents or or any person or persons who do any
pool of any kind is played, or the solicitors of building and loan association kind of business on show or circus '
keeper of any kind of tables here shall pay a license tax of twen- ground on a show day shall pay a
licence tax of three dollars for each
with dollars.
kind of game is played ty-five
any balls when such tables are kept for All fire insurance companiesshall day they do such busines.Rind. .
other than private use, shall pay a pay a license tax of two and Hawkers street vendersof
hundredths dollarsfor medicine, drugs or patent medi-
license tax of fifteen dollars for each fifty one
table: and keepers of bowling alleys, each and every agent doing cines, or other preparations purporting -
skating rinks and shooting galleries, business within said city and any to posses medicinal virtues. shall
for such before a license tax of fifty dollars and .
when kept for other than privateuse agent who acts company pay
for each gallery, rink or alley, it has paid such tax payable by no fractional license shall be issued i
shall a license tax of fifteen dol- said company shall be deemed guilty for such I'lirpo"e.| All pawnbrokersdoing
lars. Provided that if any holder of of a misdemeanor and upon conviction business within the limits of
license under this ordinance shall thereof shall be punished by a said city shall pay a license tax of
!allow minors to play billiards or tine ot not more than VAMP i or sixtylays' twenty-live! dollars for each place of
business, and no fractional license
other kind of a game for imprisonment.
pool or any
shall shall be issued to pawn-brokers. All
of value Sixth. Land agents
other thing ,
or any
money license tax of five dot persons giving public exhibitionshows -.,
tables, licensed under this ordi- pay a .
upon he shall be deemed guilty of a lars. Auctioneers for the sale of or entertainments in the pub-
misdemeanor, and upon conviction land or. other property shall pay a lie streets, alleys or any other place,

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within the corporate limits of said censed dealers doing business within for the month preceding such meet-
city, for the purpose of advertising said city.11 persons running pi meeting and the date of such pay- .
medicines, drugs or any other thing, managing a fruit stand or doing a ment, and the business or professionfor
or for any other purpose whatsoever, fruit business shall pay a license tax which the same was issued.
shall pay a license tax of ten dollarsfor of five dollars for each place of business Sec. 5. The city council of the .
each day or night they give such within said city, except mer-. city of Lake City shall furnish such
entertainment,show or performance.' chants who par a license tax on not blanks as are required, in book form,
Tenth. Owners or managers of less than a two thousand dollar stockof to the clerk of said city, who shall
photograph galleries who do a pict- merchandise. All persons run- give his receipt therefor, stating the
ure taking or picture enlarging ning or managing a candy stand or number of blank licenses in each \
business, within the corporate limitsof shop where candy is made and sold book received, and the clerk will re-
said city, shall pay a license tax within said city, shall pay a license turn each book to the board of alder-
of ten dollars for each place of business tax of five dollars. Ail persons running men at any time upon their request,
and no fractional license shallbe or operating a soda fountain for for their exawi ation.
issued for such purpose. Any the purpose of preparing cold drink: Sec. 6. Any tax collector or clerkof
person conducting such a business for sale or any other person who prepares said city who shall neglect:: to
without first paying such license, and sells cold drinks within the make returns shall be removed from
shall be deemed guilty of a misde- corporate limits of said city, shall office, and any collector failing to
meanor, and upon| conviction shall be pay a license tax of five dollars. make report as herin required or to
fined not less than twenty-five dol- Fourteenth. All persons running or pay the amount collected over to the
lars nor more than fifty dollars, or managing a bicycle shop for the purpose treasurer of said city, shall be removed -
be imprisoned not exceeding sixty of renting or hiring bicycle from office.
days. Every person running, managing hall pay a license tax of five dollars. Sec. 7. When the tax collector
or operating any barber shop All persons running or managing afresh shall levy upon any property to satisfy -
within said city shall pay a licensetax meat or fish market, where any license tax that any person
of two and one-half dollars for fresh meats or fish are kept for sale,, may be due or owing to said city of
each barber's chair, and any personor within said city, shall pay a licensetax Lake City, shall take the .same into
persons, owning or conducting a of five dollars for each place of his possession and advertise the same
barber business within said city, business. for sale to satisfy said license tax
without first paying! and taking out Fifteenth. All persons doing an undertaking and all costs that may accrue by
such license, shall be deemed guiltyof business, or any person or reason of the levy and. sale of such
a misdemeanor, and upon conviction persons who keeps collins or caskets property, for the space of not less.
. shall be fined not less than for sale shall pay 3. license tax often : than ten days in some newspaper
twenty dollars nor more than fifty dollars. published in said city, or by postingin .
dollarf, or be imprisoned not exceeding Sixteenth. Any person or person three public places in said city,
sixtyda.p;. selling milk or butter within said one of which notices shall be postedat
tleventh All traveling picture or city, from any dairy within or with- the court house door.
book agents shall pay a license tax out said city, except to licensed Sec. 8. The tax collector of said
of five dollars for the privilege of dealers, :.hallpay a license tax of ten city shall be entitled to one dollar
doing such business within said city. dollars. for each levy made under this ordinance -
No fractional license shall be issued bee. 2. Any person, firm, association and shall be entitled to fifty
for such purposes. All traveling or corporation that carries on cents for advertising and fifty cents
dealers who shall bargain; or sell any or conducts any. business or profession for each sale made under this ordi
goods, wares or merchandise including ,' which a license is required, nance.
beer, wines and liquors, for cashor without first obtaining such license, Passed by council Sept 24th! 1901.
by sample, or in any other manner shall except in such cases as are OTIS It. PARKER. President.
for present or tuture delivery, otherwise provided for in this ordi- AttestV.. M. IVES Clerk.
within the corporate limits of said nance, shall be deemed guilty ot a Approved Sept. 24th, lKJl.!
city, shall pay a licence tax of ten misdemeanor, and upon conviction [SEAL] F. P. CONE, Mayor.
dollars. This snail include peddlers thereof shall he punished by a fine of;
of clocks, stoves, organs, pianos, not less than double the amount re- Terms of Circuit Court.'ollo"ing .
ranges or sewing; machine agents, quired by such license, or be imprisoned are the dates for holding
. whether selling; by sample or for not more than sixty days, or
future delivery or otherwise, except both, at the discretion of the mayor circuit court in the counties compos-
licensed dealers. or other officer trying the case The ing the Third Judicial Circuit:
'Twelfth. All banks and bankers, payment ff..11 license tax may be SPRING TEKM.
banking firms, corporations, personor enforced by the seisure and sale of
Hamilton 4th in
persons doing a banking; business the property by the tax collector oi county Monday
within the corporate limits of said said city, and it is hereby wide the January.
city shall pay a license tax of twen- special duty of the tax collector and Taylor county. Tuesday after first
ty-five dollars for each place of busi- clerk of said city to report to the Monday in April.
Madison 2nd in
ness. All broker, doing a brokerage mayor of said city all persons, lira county, Monday
within said city, shall pay a or corporations doing business within April.
Columbia 4th in
license tax of ten dollars: and all incorporated said dt'"ithout first paving the county, Monday
companies, firms, person licence tax as required: by this ordinance .\pril.
or persons doing the business of furnishing : whose duty it shall be to have Suwannee county, 2nd Monday in

water, gas, electricity or the parties failn.g or refusing to May.
telephones to Users thereof within pay such license tax to be brought Lafayette county, Tuesday after
..aid'cit}' shall pay a licence tax of before him to be dealt with in ac- 4tb Monday in May.
twenty-five dollarAll express cordance with this ordinance. FALL TEKM.
companies doing business within the Sec. 3. Every license shall be Hamilton county, 4th Tuesday in
corporate limit, of said city, shall furnished by the cleric of the said August.
pay a license tax of fifty dollars. city of Lake City to the tax collector Taylor county. Tuesday after 1-t
Any express company and any person of said city. under the seal of Monday in October.
that knowingly acts as agent for the corporation of said city on the Madison county. 2nd Monday in
said company, before it has paid the blanks furnished by the city council October
above tax, (payable by such company, after signing the same and taking Columbia county. 4th Monday in
shall he deemed guilty of a misdemeanor receipt therefor: and the tax col-- October.::
and upon conviction thereof lector shall\ fill out and sign each Suwannee county. 2nd Monday in
shall be punished hyaline of not license before i-suing the same to November.
Iran than one hundred dollar nor the person or persons paYing him the Lafayettecounty.. Tuesday after
more than five hundred dollars, or necessary amount therefor. The tax 4th Monday in November.St. .
be imprisoned not less than sixty collector shall make a duplicate of
days. each licence issued in the book furnished James Parish School.
Thirteenth. All lawyers practicingin ny the city clerk for that purpose -
the municipal courts ol said city and shall tile such duplicate Lake City. Fla.. Sept. it, Will.
shall pay] a license tax of five dollars. license with the said city clerk, and The school will re-open on Mondav.
AH dentists, practicing their profession the person or ,persons obtaining such October ;.
within said city, shall pat a license license shall keep the same exhib- The managers have re-tiectcti
tax of (five dollars. .1111 personjH -. ited conspicuously at their place of Miss Martin as school mistres-
>"ting bills or papers for advertising busineasandupoii tailuretodo so shallbe In order that the necessary arrangements -
purposes or any other purm-e| subject to another license for engaging may be made the"man-
except advertising legal sales or for. ; in or managing the business agers would esteem it a favor u
religious puql tax of twenty five dollars, if such license said license was obtained. early date. if they propose| to semi
i is taken out for a whole year, bee. 4. The tax collector of said their children to the school next
but if taken out for a part of year city shall at the first regular meet- term. El. Jo:. STXM'KBKUM!...
only, then such person or person ing of the city council in each month s-27-St Secretary and Treasurer
shall pay a licence tax of two dollars present to them in open session the
for each day for the privilege of names of all persona that have paida Joe Scarborough returned houu
posting! bills or papers within said t'peciallhellse tax and the amount Monday from Atlanta to -pcmi -1' > '
city. This shall not apply to li- each paid set opposite their name eral weeks.


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.CltJUJ,Eatab. 1886 fAD!.24,1900 LAKE CITY, FLA., FRIDAY. ,, SEPTEMBER 271901. Vol.- XXVII No.46.pMuffer ; '. :-to: -

; with'torpid liver, The DOW-WOW about whether -

"it depression of spirits,t' Prince Chun should Iiow-tow to or Em-not i SUPREME COURT-ASSISTANTS. tj Aspirants for the Republican \Vm. Finn, of Lima, O obtained t t

rtlpatibn, headache, !'I peror William wound up with a sort i It is not unreasonable to I presidential nomination must figure excellent results from the use of Fo-? ;
stimulate the' of expect 1 on the fact that the Southern
will ceremonial rotten
?? chow-chow. i ij now the hauling! out from ley's Kidney Cure. "It relieved my
i the bowels regular, and I of some long retirement borough delegate is always of the C. backache and severe pain over tbe -
:,althful buoyancy j i Don't wait until you become chron- I of the old musty O. D. brand. 's
cents G. W Price.offs I papers in the hips. It toned my system and gave f4
,60 ically many appeal cases to ; ----- a
i constipated but take DeWitt'sj i' Mr. me new vim and energy. It 'is an
the State Daniel Bantz
Supreme Court and that ;, Ottersville, la.,
boom seems to hare !I"scaleI i Little Early Risers now and then. I honest and reliable remedy: a sure r -
knocked from it'':[ They will keep your liver and bowels declsion ,will be-r i red'thereh as says: "Have had asthma and a bad cure for all kidney diseases.'' G. W. '1

the three new assistants the three cough for years, but could get no Price.
in good order. .: t ,
melee. Easy to take.
fjithe Safe relief from
doctors -
justices are and medicines -- --
in full
now '
I-pills. A. U. Wise. possession of ; I used until I. took Foley's The Schley Court is forestalled, at
; their offices and ,
sue&aydon. .:. Harris N. C., -- i. ready for business. Honey and tar. It gave immediate least, from finding that Sampson was. '
When Gen. Otis left the Of course the relief and done -
Philippines appointment of the me more good than
i for
years I beyond the radius of the
all the other prua'
he three remedies
surely left his "war-is-over"i commissioners is G. -
an experi- -
[one bottle of One Minute W. Price. money .-, _.
|did ine -more' good than':! typewriter as a perpetual legacy to, went but it is believed that it was i f n

edurioffthat.time. Best I'I his successors. about the best thing that could be Congressman Grosrenor scouts the Norrls Silver, Xorth Stfatford,

..:A: K''\Vise.push I done in the premises to relieve the proposition to modify the tariff law. NEl..: :.*, !. purchased a bottle of-On; e

-. f '*/tf-.- Many physicians are bow prescribing congested condition of the court. As to that, he boldly assumes the Minute Cough Cure when suffering _
: says Couimisgo. -i Kodol with a cough doctors told
Dytpepoia Cure me was in
regularly The court had role of
got so far behind in official Babcock extinguisher
) He is very curable. One bottle relieved me,
_ go. having found that it is the best: as' it were.
'- cases that there was absolutely the second and third almost cured.
IOD to the end of theo
prescription they can write because i no prospect of ever To-day I am a sell man." A. IL ;
i it is the one preparation which contains Extreme hot weather is a great Wise.
te. 1 the elements necessary to di- up with the business. In fact, so tax upon the digestive power of babies .

bites or stiag++ gest not only some kinds of food but; slow were opinions rendered that : when puny and feeble they Tom Reed is now engaged in milking _

Jjafuulaor reptiles, apply all kinds and it therefore cures indigestion cases against railroad companies fchould] bo given a dose of White's the trusts for revenue only and
JMV Liniment. It coun- and dyspepsia no matter entering Florida
from other
states Cream
Vermifuge. Price 25 cannot be called
cents. out the
what its open j,
cause. A. 1Z. \Vie.j .
ie poison in the wound, t"animation 1 were being transferred to other G. \V. Price. even with a long-distance. mega. t

and heals f Senator Dollicer' I'states for trial, when they really belonged phone. _.
Ice 25 and 50 cents. G. presidential ; "Teddy the Terror" has taken on anew Jf-. ,

j entry is not "O Pshaw: ," but Leslie ; to the courts of Florida.! !| character and is now figuring as Constipation, impaired 'digestion
M. Shaw. We mention this for thegeDeral j appointees received theircom- \ St. Theodore, the preacher. Politics and atorpid liver are the most com ,
1 ek' grill bring on the enlighten nicnt. : missions and entered upon their du- 2 :
strange bed-fellows they mon ailments that
responsible 4
_ fa number of our pink | ties on the nh in..t. The following ,
sToorTbEATn BaY. for that tired
I OF F1. listless fagged-out '- ; ;
; ,
_.warriors floundering in :I appear on the docket of the court: j i -----'-- feeling that makes the<.summer a
E. B.
Munday, a lawyer of Henri-
j: "!5y virtue of the authority vested'i A NIGHT OF TERRHU. dreaded period to so many people. .;

etta, Tex., once fooled a grave dig- '; in this court by the provisions of j'! "Awful anxiety was felt for the Herbine will cure constipation. It s r -

lies are a guaranteed ger. He says: "My brother was i chapter 4UU5! Law of Piorlda apIlwn.tl1lay ''I widow of the brave General Burn- i improves the digestion and arouses "

fotlni of Malaria, Ague, very low with malarial fever and! R, lIOI! the court has selected : ham; of Machias, Mr., when the doctors I the liver to normal activity. Price .-
and does 50 cents. G. W. Price. =
l imar, Swamp Fever, Ma- jaundice. I pursuaded him to try to its assistance hereby the three andcall following said she would die from Pneumonia r rtS

?,'Bilioii8 Fever, Jaun- I Electric Bitters, and he was soon i named residents and citizens- before morning," writes Mrs. In the Nebraska senatorial fracas -
S. 11. Lincoln
as, fetid breath and a' much better, but continued their j of Florida to act as court commissioners fearful who attended her that Mr. Meiklejon goes against a hard
; ( night but she
begged for Dr. ?
feeling. They cure use until wholly cure I am sure i' viz: William H. Hocker, of King's New proposition, for Senator Allen
and the lassitude fol- Electric Bitters saved his life." Thisremedy O.alaI"la.; Evelyn C. Maxwell of Discovery, which had give odds can &
more than once saved her life, and long to any talk artist the
poison produced from expels malaria kills disease; Pensacola, Fla.; and James F. (len, cured, her of country can produce.A .
consumption. After
poisoning. No Quinine I j germs and purifies the Mood; aids di- of Tampa, Fla., to render such as- taking, she slept all Furtheruse

acids or Iron. Do notMach gestion, regulates liver, kidneys and[ sistaiu'e to the court and perform entirely cured her.night." This marvelous never failing cure for cuts, .
or teeth. Entirely bowels, cures constipation, dyspepsia ,, such duties as may be assigned to medicine is '
Price; 50c per box. Dr. nervous diseases, kidney troubles.and ., them from time to time by the court, cure nil throat, chest'and guaranteed to burns, scalds, ulcers wounds and
piste Cog No. 310 North Main female complaint,,; Bites perfect: 'such selection and appointment to i lung dis- sores is DeWitt's Witch' Hazel
eases.; Only iitlc) and $1. Trial bottles Salve. A a
it. Louis; Mo. Geo. U health. Only 50c at Geo. W. Price's i take effect on and from this date. It ;: free Geo. most soothing and healing
at W.
dice's drug remedy for all skin affections. Accept z
[ist- mar-'Ol-lyr drug store. .i3 further ordered that this order't #
be entered upon the minutes of ; only the genuine. A. I:. Wise >

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e The Floridian says that the cases j+ .

may ; with which the commissioners Willi i j 4

deal, at first. will be those which have ,j ji 1 Ars

1. E., WRIGHT.HARDNVAIZE. i been on the court docket for some j E. V AUGIIND j : Y

"- J\ length of the, and, except in a few i j '

: tJ instances, had been continued, owingto i D}' .-\ H IN --4

: the death ot disqualification of i ij '
1!>: j' some member or the court. They j j Beef Pork Sausage : iI
rk '
cultural' Crockery and j will take these cases in their order, I I
And Everything Handled by a First-class Butcher. '
and each member of the commission! i

Implements n > Glass"vare.'L 1 pass upon them according to his i ijudgment. CITY MARKET, PHONE: 43. s r>

The commission will have Groceries- Cream and Soda Water Parlor near the colored -

no chairman: that is, each will have j( Masonic Hall. augSO
i ij
? equal voice with the others and all i -

CITV, FLORIDA. final thus opinions be upon| the will same be footing.banded Their with. ..u __ __ S-- _' ____ __ ___ ,_ __ *s

I e each case into the court, which will j :!. :! .
,2.G.G-, .
l.g;. ;! ;!o ;;! ;!o, l. :!, Ff ?
examine them and render a final ; """

judgment.--Kvening; Metropolis. I f fi 4


;maker h @
"Something New Under I
the Sun." 'fliJ These show a diagonal direction of the fabric from tile +
er'and Optician. ,. ';11" shoulders to the lower front. This effect is secured without 1
.docters nave tried to curd C-ATAKKII by the _. ,
W cutting fabric bias. Our thf'
the u.se ot powders. ac.il gases, inhalers and i lady patrons can see
m drugs in joste torni. Th.-ir powders dry up I, iliJ: pictures of these styles in our Paper Pattern Departj s' t }_
; Stai L OIIrbl1.IDessa.nd't' are doing theuiucuous uieuilirauds causing them to :11" ment, as the August DELINEATOR, just received, K }
-wrbestto... please you and give you ltA&entce. \' crack upt-n an.llal..cd. The jwwerf ul acids '\ several illustrations this IHlII ) ;
.v. newest effect.
,/#...-. ued in the inhalers nave entirely: eaten I Anotherstyle "'l i }
ltierJCbing we do we warrant cannot r J! array the same nienibraii4.-s that their makers -I v of shirt-waist is that called the "Grecian Pouch" in Jl
hale aimed to core while pastes and .'. which the front is very long, and by being in
Jy'lott*better aupwhrre.blryhlns .:t.:. ointuiei.U cannot reach the disease. An old'i '\; the belt caught up ;ml.iJ
we sell we guarantee, and Il.V and exiierieiiced; iiractltioiiiT who h. g tor I produces the pouch effect. :'(:
: t protect jou in your i urc!>:."C e in ev- ;'l A many j ears made a close study and sixdally tIi1 PATTERNS OP ALL il.
rrw j-in Ilicesaud Quality. / IJ V of tie t'alnlt'nC..11'1(1'11.. bus at last I DESCRIPTIONS.
: 1I\1e OpUcliID-ScI..lltIIiC fitting of x 'flj; lierlecied! a treaiineni. winch hen latthtulIT | i v 4 1iii
pe1tatk. Musical Uoojs.rjpjwta 1n. used, not only ".h.al once. hut jiermanenlly Dry Goods and Clothing. :
a" .... -' t. cures t-A UltllII. by removing: the I
Specialty tJiIBT. .
., ..au....'.lopping the discharges; and curingall I
.-"a' .; --L_ \111 inflammation.: It is the only remedy m a'
known la science Hut actually reaches the t > M.
T. RADFORD. tad: sniff<'d iiartt. This wonderful remedy is T L. PLYMPTONJ
; !:n..wnl.. 'SM'FKI.KS: the LfAUASTEEUi-'A- I >
1; F.649. 'f/iJ 1 TAUUII (Tut"aml is sold at the eatrrmelylore j <
..llIlIe li.ir.e.ich; packa.Ke con- I
internal and external medicine sufflcient <<{ Opposite Court House .. all! '
,!})l! Uinint: ..
. . flft. fur a lull mouth treatment and evi .

i trythiiiir"$ necessary.KS' U tin-only to its perlect lirrtectcATAKHHTHE usesNLI'FI i S ;PPP ;PoJPP 'p .p ;P ;;:J ;;:',;:1; 3 1 1?
-- -- ( ever made ami Is now recocmzed as
.... ,, for -, -- -, ,
that an- | -
sale and positive cute --
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'.->! noyini mttammation and dw etuicllsad'iiifi: diM'as.11.mai It ently cures ands alii j j !f().().().( ()!().().() ).().()..().().( ()..( .().( ().().().().(). )'11
i also wondciiull> iiinck t. rclie\e HAV i ili& .
I1STRfTGH ft DOLl KE :: '. rrvkit and uoi.u in the IIKAU.'. Irao1..lo I 4s1
cA l:,uau when n.t-lecie.l nitro |,

is ii\ IT GO.I\S Fft. _AS POSSIBLE... t. ': ilv coSsiWPTio.NsxrJ'KI.KS"it '\ou Lot use a o.mi'lete it at UII,','tit. It atment U.noordmarji. which wlll"a'UU I,reineI. posi'tnelytuaraiiued I I 14I Florida Agricultural: C !l1ege.' t*

tot al 'U''IIKII any I
11 1 We have a plan of our own for doing tbi. It t. to j:11'l', J t..rlll .."stac-- LI"11 .ttiordlugto dnec- ,
T 'n Ue Largest possible Value fur It Our old :".t..mt'r:, ay J f t inns w hick an oinjunv arch isle kagr. Utln'? I, J LAKE CITY, FLA. Kj '
,,; .. "'_.-I we do tbat and stay with us. We invite you u' try usanJ f J delay but send t..r it at ouc.'. and write lull II
-t f-2 .prove U to your sati-.lacUon. I' I 1-trL'ular.. asto.ur.iidition.. and youHdeceive t tn ,-
the discoverer. | EIGHTEENTH YEAR. -
sled-Ul :i.U u. mm r
.:.. :: urgest. Stock .of SPRING GOODScair : r"-Jul.lr.,cave' price this without Wul/ll"llul"I ..S..,..!Uk'I'LES.:,t to r.-meriv you the beyond refardingyour .tnar-the I I i r4 Beginning Sept. 30th, 1901. |

-' antct'd t'alatrb eure. {.i. .
:t .l't'ery Department we ha\'c.t'Vt'r a J* St'nt prepaid to any address In the l'nitadState I ? i.EliifJalla3. cr Ter c2. :a 1
1'? tireu Uuod. in Staple and Novelty Fabrics. with Tr'IIIa""II' or all.l.la on rrcei tJt.llar. '"'v
tu Iuibtt.dlcrl. and I.dIjILES COM- i 1 'Mourses of four years.-m Agriculture.
-_.4', ; \.idn'hh IIl'JlL ":U. EDWIN t -Mecbauical F.llgill..rring.'J
:",', 1 .La4ItS CindSsUriVshTnK tor Spriur aid UmUllr i'.ua; W.w.J.tt'.Market St.,1'htl.tdripltia. Latin-Science lassies.One: year's course in ltuaiuess-StruuKraphy. a -
TyiievTiting and Telegraphy. A Preparatory course ot one or two years, V. s
I Y'.1 required, tor those wishing to prepare tor the ollege. '
; DOUglas Shoes ,I ...'!.5 courses are also offered. Post-graduate JT! 4' +

t. .- '"* ,Tllat of-Shoe* It m..an that .1 Young men under Military di..cIllioC'ouog women under refining K
: means a whole lot tohuyers Y home influences at Fosiar Hall
:*& *.tea supply vou.ith shosot r kind and qu tLty HEADACHE
.' ,ttnnot lie >urna...set in anyway. IIutL1.A, fill a .rlill' Tuition free to Florida students. Other ul'u..e'i"err small. 1
ZjQjtji: tueaaa that it Ls the t*"t coinhmatlon ot nutei Uj.and M- I r 22 Fine modern buildings and first class equipment "i
]:.. ,? bar that can lr put tutu tL 'J'" lit' rxclutve. 1'liat'sus'n burtbewshursmeauaa.eaderiutradeutallkind. For catalogue, address
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:..:,! [.- t.' : T H. Taliaferro. !:!,'l:
Co. l 1: C. E., Ph. D.,

J. E. I n man & I 1 I i augloPresident.t

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Resolutions by M. E. Church ;

OVERBURDENED. The following resolutions were
.NOTICE is hereby given that the following described l lands "
adopted by the M. E. Church South "
,.# '; 1 at public auction on the first Monday, the 7th diy of October < h! if** i
/ The Egyptian woman looks greatly at LakeCity, Fla., on the dl'athof_ the coutt house in the town of Lake City, in the county of *.at

overburdened, an-1 vet the physical burdens I, President. McKinley: of Florida, or so much tHereof as will be necessary to pay Colullltla .; a

she carries "ill not compare with '"\VhereasvIt is with feelings of sincere for taxes herein_ set opposite the same, together with the CUStofm:: r
the burdens borne by puny an American and advertising. ta'! .
grief and profound sorrow we
On -- -
woman. There is no Jellies = .
--- -
i .., burden like the burden learn of the death of your husband, preserves and pickles,spread \'
,' Q of disease. The the beloved President of the United a thin cutting of NAME OF OWNER DESCEIPTION Alllt Tii'

- woman who suffersfront' States, in the very midst of a splendid S T.n aD4'i i
inflammation PURE REFINED A. c

or ulceration Lear- career Zack Brown CoLs! of neJ4 and nl, of se'4'.14 4s loe 186 =11

., _ t ing-down pains weak Resolved That we desire to ex- PARAFFINE Unknown------------lot No S-------------------- 7 2s iSe 1114 -

>back and nervcwJUelS. press our sincere and heart-felt sym- Ga & Fla Round Tim- ____=:

bears a burden Wm ber Co___ __. _____nw'ijofne4andnel4'of
pathy with in great be- keep them absolutely moisture and -- -- nwt4M 2* lee( 11
k which crushes ,her you your add prooL l'nreu..llotcU'.rathneiaalllO AP'IJtdsonuu.__ .- -nw'4of nw':j----- 00--- __ 5 !3 fc ig '$I"!
reavement arid that uwful to s ducen other about Uw 4
| life.Every. assure you our ways
very buuIoI. Fun directioua each ftk yn. G n Gibsonse'i of se'4.-------- -. -- 9 3s foe
woman prayers will go up to the God of all boldeierywLere.STANDARD T R LDaughtery n's' ofneI4ezct"ptlS! !- acres f

h should know that grace that He may comfort and sus- OIL CO. in ne'-, of neI4uu.6 3j JOe fO1

Dr. Pierce's Favorite tain you in this dark hour. Heirs of (' B Benedick seJ4 of nets an J wY of ne'4 I

weak Prescription makes Resolved That we recognized and and self of nw4 and nel4 _;;>7.5, i
women strong of sw4----------- 1 4 18e -
I 00 -- *
l I and sick women appreciated your husband's Christian JTSununers-- ------__swj of n.1I.u ----_._--35 4* life 9 *fl i

sellIt cures the character his faith in our heavenly 1 J T hummers_.___.__ .se!.. of nw'4and ne'4of sw}.i ii 4$ 16e S. ''Hq

womanly diseases CC Posey-----------e'. _. __ .. _24 5 IteCC ) f
Father his patience in suffering and oouu -- IS;) sgf_
\ which cause weakness Posey n ou____-__ _Wl_ of be1.,'u- ---. .h. ,.. -.25 5i 18e
and feebleness.It : bis noble resignation to the will of VJHerlong_ __ __ -,' of sw.114---- __ --251 SO i; I
i ---- --- u s
I\ quiets the nerves God especially from the time at The peoples'erdict upon the se'4------------- 2Gf5s J6e '. ."
----- ---
back cures and the aching which the assassin's hand laid him charge against Admiral Schley that Samuel Tolen_____--__se'I.& of net{ less 10 acres off 240 1-;

I' head, and throbbing gives low until the time of his death. I p be smashed Ceryera's fleet without ; e side and 10 acres off e F

for Resolved I the aid or consent of Admiral Samp- side of tHV>4 of nd.i_oo u_28 5s 16e fO _
strength wifely That the nation has lost t
i, V J lIt"rln'uuohhlld4andnof __._
se)4 oo..30 5s 18e
cares and maternal a wise and able leader who honestly, on is already written and reads: V J Hi-rlung----------all---------------------------4:: 240 i :
t duties. j
endeavored to discharge his onerous 'Guilty, with hearty congratulations. -I ne'4 and e!..' of nwj4 and iW'J'
Whea I first I
wrote # ofn i.__ ______._____ !
I IOJ'OI&I..ia.G114itol a tad duties the fear of God, the world at I' I -- S5J5s) lee Phi J
and hid tloott fiwo up."My MM. \'J Ilerlong--__-____-_sei________--.-- --__________39 )5s 18e Iaa: 1
Bell goiatr, of WUkMvilU, V atua Cu., Ohio. large a noble example of a Christian Take life as it comes, and make ', V J HerlongoalL.u ._h_______ 1 8s 18e I& III> .j I
\ I -- --
I wu M&riog from fcoulc trouble of )
went kind; I couldn't .t nythlnr without the statesman and the church a devoted the most of all circumstances but I j V J Herlong__ ____ _w} and sw;" of art 4 and s}% 11 I. ,a

.aueLriug ffimt dUtrtu: throat Hurt me by and Christian servant who honors i for a bad cough or cold, take Bal- I of nw a of se i4 and e>iof :: J
pfll*: wu aervoui tad weak. Had numb J <
I sel __ ... __ .
kandi tad stilts,hurt trouble,pails ill through hU profession by a pure life. ]lard's Ilorehound Syrup, the best -hO. _u_ 21 q
my body and tibiae bead Iud neck. It seeu ed I i eta--------------------- u r 6.i 16e SO
that I could nut work at aU. I cot Dr. Fierce'* Signed by the committee | known remedy for quick relief and ;; V J Ilerlong______. __begin at center of S F&V !1if-.
medICine and took it ai directed and the first I appointed at the regular i iI sure cure. Price i) and M cents. -
RR, run on sec line between -
week it began to help me. 1 took three bottles G. W. Price. 'I
and am glad to lay that it did me more good /I meeting, Sunday Sept. Ij. sec 5 ant IIII... :
than all the other medicine I ever took. I feel !
chains n 2 chains
better(baa I have for,.UB.- I i i 1901.I Col. J. Hampton Huge says the i j I eo'g
chains thence ...U
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser in I! To MKS. WM. MCKINLEY, i SN
paper Ii j Virginia Campaign shall not be a i ijughandle | chains to beginning----- 6s 18e
Covers, is sent free on receipt of 21 oneI I, Canton, Ohio. j V J ___ 1 i
i __ i affair-all on one side so Ilerlong -- _._ .all except im acres in ne

] cent only stamps or if to cloth pay expense bound volume of mailing is- I j/,i A. II. Davis :It. Sterling, la.. to speak. lie will probably do the corner and s1., ".u .... ..h. !) 63 lie

1\l J Ilerlong----------.s',.._ ____ .__ ;
desired,'send, 31 stamps. Address Dr. I i'writes: "I was troubled with kidney J jug role while the Democrats do the ---- ----- ----10))
j ne'4 and 10 acres in bC cori -
fc. V, Reice Buffalo, N, Y. j complaint for about two but ,i handle act.
years, ;! ner of nw!4 and s1-- -- 11 \ 6- 16.: @IO
j jH i I two one dollar bottles of Foley's, Kidney --- i' 1'i
'VJIIerlong _--__-___e,1. of ne!. and ne 4 of nw'4 1
-- I; Cure effected a permanent cure." You Know What You are Taking r, and w!: cf nwt4 ands1...__12 5s Ilk sjo $
1 1ffi'
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. I G. W. price.Perhaps I When you take Gror 's Tasteless VJHerlonjj I ._se4offcel4---- -- -- -. --. GS i tie -.-. lit "S
-- ------ Chill! Tonic because the formula is V J Ucrlong.nw'i! _- hU' __-. __ -..-.13J '

{ i. Sampson's refusal to appear | plainly printed on every bottle showing ail--- ._ __ u. UP W -
it'1 12 131
COUNCIL CHAMBER, I before the Schley Court is bc- that it is simply iron and quinine DTisdale-1"j m sw'4------ _-__ ?: 40 I

Lake City Fla., } cause the members have not proven I j.l j.11 a tasteless form. No cure no pay. \r J Herlong_____ ___oow.l. of nel, a:!d e'. of nw'.'u2'J 6s 16e ieo Sl'

September 12, 1901. i l their social antecedents to his fastidious ;0 cents. ,, Vi Il rlong'.. _._-___-.eji of e!a' and sw% of ne!.
Council met President Parker --- and of '
pre- nwt4 se 4----------4 8s 16e 2KL. 4Ji
siding. Present-Aldermen' Gillen I satisfaction.B. Representative Hull comes back.
from the Philippines with his nose and sw>4 of sw'4"--. __ ---18 ID lie igi fas'
Hinson and Rogers. W. Pursell, Kintersville Pa., of ED Waldron..4 ___w.1of ne'----. .____ .-.34 Is lie M 'j
The president asked council to says he suffered 2ijo years with piles out joint because the officials out Ga & Fla Round timber *

consider the of of the there refused to Kow-tow to him as Co---------------'all---------------------------
survey and could obtain no relief until De- "the hull I.I
of of section 29. thing. I n.l., and sw.14 of sw4 and e'
w',4' nw>4 Witt's Witch Hazel Salve effected a I j-
FOR WHOOPING COUGH. I of sw.l- and n.!- of se.i-u- :d> 2s lie 1160 !H3I
On motion of Rogers the permanent cure. Counterfeits are i I Ga 'C' 'la !i-,trill Timber -

chair was authorized to appoint a "Both my children were taken I C .. __ '/ /
worthless. A. R. Wise. I i I OhU n___n e -t and also of nw 'I 4 and lOW
committee of three to investigate I with whooping cough," Mrs. O. C I,I !4 and w!" of set; and se!..

the matter of the streets therein. I In Republican eyes it is diabolical j I Dutton: of Danville, 111. "A small :1 I of bel.h 'hh. 3 lie 52: i6
for Democrats to proclaim a constitution l bottle of Folej's Honey and Tar 1 i GaF.a Round Timber -
The president appointed Aldermen It 'I'j I Co____ _________ of '
| but when Republicans do it 'cured the cough and saved me a Joe-' u svv I.. ne l.4 and nw. 4ands!_ 4)
Rogers Gillen and Hinson. I tor'* bill." (;. \\'. 'rice. t ne' ande'iof n....!,; andsw !
1'. J. Stewart was permitted to |I the deed becomes as fragrant ..ta j I of nw+4 and nw '4 of sw }

build a fence'temporarily"; :i bunch of darkies at a bran dance. I| The Filipinos, we are officially assured '' 14 and e'_ of sw14 and wU I IGa I

The of -- ----- have been ttt"l* and nei4 of "l* 512s 17e II""* IhM
2.50 ordered
sum was re- so thoroughly padi
I Geo. W. Layne Pewamo Mich., ,i' i \: Fla Round Tim-
funded to Mis. M. J, Strange on tax !I writes: "Your Kodol Dyspepsia' tied that it will now require only ber Co... ----_. __--__se>| of nei4 and vv'; of ne'4

/ paid for\ 900. I Cure Is the best remedy for forty thousand troops to make them and CI_ ofsw'4and sel. .. 6 2s 17e 380jj d U\
| *
On motion council adjourned. I indiges-j i keep the peace. Houston Martinne'4 of mv'4 and w1-. of nw!4 7 2s 17e > J ;d
{ tion and stomach trouble -- -- --- j I Ga & Fla Round Timber -

Attest: W. M. ICES. Clerk.COUNCIL 4O used. For years I suffered from dyspepsia Sid Darling, Mi Howard st. Port Co--------------Sw'j-of sw!i- h _. U u -J 17e .II) 1 Usi
--- '---- ., at times compelling me to ]Huron[ Mich., writes: "I have tried Ga & Fla Round Timber -

CHAMBER, J stay in bed and causing me untold many pills and laxatives but Dej (.o.---h--u--u all- -.-- .- - h- .- 91 ::1
Lake City, .'Ia"I' agony. I am completely cured by Witt's Little Early Ri-ers are far j!i nets of nel4and w'_ of ne'4 >

Sept. IB, 1901. ) I j 11 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. In recommending the best |pith I hau1 i-ur u-ed.:' and.". of nw 4 and s! '.i,_ .IO') fir Il6u :"mss

Council met. Present-Aldermen : it to friends who suffer Thtj m IIT ,:i ip:'. .\. liX'tse.GUARANTIED. Ga.'I: Fla Round Timber -

Gillen, Hioson, Inman Rogers i''from indigestion I always otter to ,- ---- ._ -- Co------------sf nett and sw'a and n'.,
j I pay for it if it fails. Thus far I have I' of se'4 _. -!n 2s Il' ;CIHit
Watts and Pljmpton. | never paid." A. 1: W' e. G'4ii-nj-I Unknown------------f se'4_ __ ull 2 lie '! 1 1n -
On motion Alderman Gillett was ', --- _--- (.a Fla Round Tim-

elected to preside. I I When the Schley Hoard of Inquiry "| IM) I A : ber Co------------nix and sw'4' and w*". of ae'4

''- t The minutes of last meeting were calls for Fighting: Bob Evans he will : l ; $5.000 DEP05ITR. I.a & ITa Round Tim- and nel4 of cc'4 12 2. fir M; im'

read and approved.The I' have to come out of the conning [II I 6 u.+ '' n. FAliE PAID ber Co_ -.___.___ Set4 of ne'4 and w'. of ne>4

petition of J. C. Marcum to tofer'anll take his turn on the forward = 200 FREE and wt. and w'i of sel*

r build three fish places on market lot deck. I, .ft rt Scholarships offered. and 11c:1. of sell 13: _>" Kt ijoIl j, _
Vl da
I ---- rue quick loCA.ALA. A. Fla Round Timber
south bide of market building 'of .
IA Certain Cure for and BUSIKiESSCOLLECE.Macon.Ca. Cu. all > of 14.e'a .
_. wood with metal'roof, was granted. Dysentery except nw 4 ne4
ne and of
Diarrhoea. 4 nw 4 nel4 :-
$1.50 was paid W. II. Kempton, I and n'.. of .. and u'-. ** 17'a 11. "
1 feed of prisoners to date. IOn t omc years ago I was one of a'' Ca & Fla Round Timber -

motion the petition; of W. V. ]party that intended making a lung (; \ Sa __ ___ .aU. __ M 2, I" :
bicycle trip F. I. Round Tim-
says Taylor.
Casey was granted to buUd on westside New Albany, Bradford County Pa.ofj i, Ar'rWV' .-. nwI4of !w'4 and e'.. of -h'1l9! 2s !:-, .:",
of his new brick stable two :i Keen __ ,
< h swLtofnw'4" ,, LN (;
"I was taken suddenly with diarrhoeaand (:a .V Fla I
Epilepsy Iound
sheds one 60x80 laticed for mules
was about to give np the trip, Co _
and one stable 3Ox iO, for horses eachto when editor Ward of the Laceyville hsel..ofse1" ji ,
six ofbw4 :'I I II :'- l Kii .
Messenger suggested that I take a' ? '
I be covered with metal. <- A: Fla Round Timber -
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ,
; y/1/ s t The committee on old buildingswas and Diarrhoea Remedy. I purchaseda Co -_ '-- ---e ... of ne'4 and nw'4 ofno'UAHa '

granted until Oct. 1, to remove bottle and took two doses, one before weakens the body and degrades I.; Round Timber and n!_ of nwl4 --' :!,. L. ..

the old school house and the old starting and one on the route.e the r., -
mind. I It .,1. of l' ,
I made the saps :. I s '
building on lot 1C; the owners to b trip Successfully and (.a A. Ha Round Tira'K'rr -,4 -
r never felt any ill effect. Again last the nervous strength tints :
notified by the marshal. e'aande'
I u uf n".I.J and '
summer was almost completely run < nu
On motion of Alderman 1 source of all health, OfDw'4alldne'.j 'j ,
i Plimpton i I the water and light committee wa, I bought a bottle of this same rcnu- and perverts the functions ne'4an le'iot iiv.4 ami >x4 \
'dy and this time one dose cured of ow'.. and .>Wt ami nu
instructed i i me. of 4
to tight and
Because .
{i Sold by G. W, Price, Druggist. every organ. (; '4 of SCl4 and *'* uf",' :_ I C, ,i
water In :M :di-'t) street. | of its stubborn nature it a.Fla Round Tim-
Oiuinaace X.... 1J1, levying tax for ', As the leading; denizen of Oyster I' often called incurable. This Co all ".-. I

19)1, was read and on motion of Al Bay Roosevelt smashes all traditions all except nw'4 of ,,14 and .
is not true. There is one sel'" of swl.. ",i 1-,
derman Rogers passed to second and about the dumbness of the hi- l.a & Fla Round Tim- -

third readings and adoption. The valve. I medicine that never fails to her Co----- ne'4 of net; and w': uf ne',1

vote being called was AyeAldermen I, check the nervous spasms anti IIW'4 and Wi.. ui ""I' ,

Gillen, Inman, Hinson, Rogers, and Gen and at,1-' -. .:' I:, .
Get the Most give new strength to (; Keen agt for

Plympton and Watts-aye 6, nay 0. i the entire wife nel" of swiss ..- lr .
The president declared the ordinance \ Out of Your Food system. Ga i Fla Round Tim- -I -
i Itl'r'o
(hr baby boy had epileptic spasms _
passed. It was certified to' : You dun and can't if and the ,.lIv.ic'anb10 h elofnel..aIlJnwl.j..t ilt" ,
jour fctoiuach : unable t? d. and j
the who approved and any'hir.T iu help him. \\ ne'4 of se 1.J ;!,. 1.. '
mayor re is weak. A weak stomach does nut digest e heard if <-a.. Fla Round Tim.Icrl'u -
turned it. li. Milei'fnne, and frum the time
i all that js ordinarily taken into it. he tuck the first dusr Le never bad ( SWIIUfsWI: ... 1;,' 1-'
On motion Alderman GilIt'n'wai I ia \: Fla Round Timber '
It gets tired easily, and what it fails toI another attack, Mkx J. I'.S'iu': '
459 N. MenJun A\u, And r-o,.. Ind..fi. ( 0 __ uwt4 of net 4I
to draft ordinance
appointed an on digest is ua-ud.Anions (..a .\: Fla IU>und Timher :!!I ., lie "

special| licen-ies. i the signs i of a weak stomach ('o _
On motion council adjourned. nwlojofswl _'1 __. lr ill J
I are uneasiness after eating, fits of in'ryous (.a .'e Fla Hound Tim- 4
Attest: W. M. Ins Clerk.
headache and disagreeable belch ber (_'o_ >
ne and c'.. of IIWI
4 4" and
ing. nw
-& Josh Wcsthafer, of oogootee, Ind., "I have taken IIooiI's .irsap.irilt at I D,. Miles'Nervhie 1.. of nwl 1 and sw'4 of sty'.1 :

is a poor man, but he says he would I different times for Mum:.,'h trouble, and a I lnd e':, of IIWI.J and n.l 4 t
not be without Chamberlain's Pain nindowuooiiJUioiiof the syalemo.fb4ve Mrs Hmelv uf !iel.. anti ""< of sct.. I tU :! 1;,' -I" = I
bwn greatly beiitriUU by its uaa. I would I\een.nel.i of OWl .1 I-l' I "
Balm if it cost five dollars a bottle, not be w ithout it in my (anvil;. I um troubled Mr lamely Keen ____se 4of set./ ::: -2.-"

for it saved him from being a cripple.Xo esiwciaUy iu fuiuiinr with weaklu- s'.ofsw'i .. ,..,. 17", l:" I
external application is tnu.il to aria and nauseaand tii.d Houd's >'ar aiianlla allays nervous irritation, Mrshniely Kt'enh.lle-I.. ,,f sr't. f
this liniment for stiff and swollen invnliuble. 1:.B.HU'UN.: W.C'bfslrr. i'a. /
( fcw'; uf nw'
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stops spasms, restores digestion ; and WI, of sw'.1 j
joints contracted muscles, stiff neck, Hood's : arulteI4ofswl.i. c\1 k's ,. r
Sarsaparilla -
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and : and mental SSKeen. : ;
sprains rheumatic and muscular vigor h. -nw'4 ofsw '. and\
e'.1 of ,
pains. It has: also cured numerous i and Pills \ bold by druggists on guarantee wt' f fS
:/ I
cases of partial paralysis It is for Dr. M.Ies;) Meduil Co EiUart. InJ si'1 of 4
I Strengthen and tone the stomach and inSl4 i- '
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sale by Geo. W Price Druggist. I 1 the whole digestive I"tew.; I' S 3Ir S K"l'n Of s w'I I -,,_, :,. I_" ; _,
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CUBA'S BRIGHT FUTU E. _]I --T.iliam J. Bryan's adile- to The- am

I PIM The ECZEMA'SITCH od i.c Ujosenlt not to become a
approval with which the candidacy I You CanLeadaHorse
of Senor Tomas; Estrada IS TORTURE. cand.date for a second term was apparently
I I I :: delivered in the most friendly -
;Do not think Palma for the presidency of the ,, Eczema b caused by an acid humor in spirit. There is certainly a deal

for a single Cuban republic has been received in 'Ithe, bluud coming in contact with theikufaad of truth! in the Nebraskansssettion

tuba promises well for the future of producing great redness and in@ammatiou I -
thateonsumptIonwill ; little pustukrtruptions form that, to build suBicient strengthfor '
the Island.: It has become the to water but can't'make
[ habit trod discharge a thai, sticky fluid, which I a renomination, Mr. Roosevelt < you I
ever strike lq certain quarters, not infrequently ; dries and scales off; sometimes the skin is I I must sacrifice his independence and him drink.

you a sudden from a desire for annexation, to hard, dry and >>und. Eczema in any t
by. It does failure for the experiment predict ofselfgovernment form Li a tormenting, stubborn disease I I bt lag complications into his admin l| You cant make him eat -y
and the itching and burning at times are istration. Nevertheless it is quite

"not come that in Cuba. Should I alirost unbearable; the acid burning I I apparent hit the new chief magistrate i iI j j either. You can stuff food in- -
way. the Cubans betray idence of un- humor seems to ooze out tad set the skin I 1
is too ambitious to abandonthe thin man's stomach but
its fltness I on fire Salves washes other to a
It to nor external
creeps regulate their .
own I affairs, I I lope of further glorifying himself -
i way along.L It has been stimated, it will be- I I long applications as the poison do remains any real in good the, blood for a* hy bolding up an organization: 'I that doesn't make him use it.

T first you coaic the imperative duty of the I I.it will keep the skin imtated. .' that will make him the (e.11ralli- Scott's Emulsion can make ', = .
ueof the national
think it is afUtole United States to draw next republican ,

1 cold fund of beneoleuce once and more assume onUs ., BAD"For three FORM year*OF I TETTER. convention :, him use it. How? By make ?"

[' nothing but a permanent responsibility for their \ had hands Tetur, which en cauacd ny j Little is thought and less is known.: ing him hungry, of course.Scott's .

/little hacking government. That the island is them la awes to I WILe by the average man concerning the :, thin'

then a little loss rich in nluurccs and Capable of still their af the natural time the sue.diwu Fart s lives and alms of the 400,000 men and I Emulsion makes a
3 lj
kilt i then a harder greater productiveness, the apologists I m ring lathe torn form"l'8i1t.run. boy who delve under the surface of I body hungryall over. Thoughta : x

j* taeo the fever of annexation explain, should ml, and vaYesutmucbdtaiowfoit mt the earth in p'aces of darkness; anl thin body .was naturally hungry pjj

fie eight sweats. help to render Four danger, where hardly a day goes by i,
our task of love not ioetort Hid he Teller 1 '

BBf stop the diseases wholly prol lh Sl. Bur from the 10 had be progre.ttj cured, ami they far without recording! the death by falls 1 didn't you ? Well it isn'tI ;

'k is yet creeping course of events In Cuba during the Could.. Itxikoaly cSt nuhmg fur 21m. I of rock, Baal or slate of more than i I A thin body asleep-not r -

r ewe your cough past year it would appear improbable bottle of & 6 h.*0a" |one unfortunate miner. An article :: strike.
working- on a
{: gone
rajconipleulyturrd.Tbii on this at once impartial and
that the islanders will soon put vtt titters t ujoct j

ptndo1LwkhQtr such a tax upon our gep rosity.- ijo and I hart lifter years iJ vitally interesting contributed to i i It doesn't try to use it's'food. f r
uga of old
Philadelphia North American U juceateo 8-J*4.&"any.. 1414 lfcC.my.ie".trollbl Kansas.NYaL City Mar the Cosmopolitan for October by Scott's Emulsion wakes it

S. S. S. neutralizes this acid poison i John Mitchell president of the I I'
The Senate Committee on Military i cools the blood and restores It to a healthy 1'United :Miue Workers of America 'up-puts it to work again

r I Affafrs>will soon begin in earnest an natural state, and the rough unhealthy wVm everyone recalls as the mm i making new flesh,' That's the -:
investigation of the i Ain becomes soft smooth and clear. I wlto urgan.icJ the miners and car- '
alleged hempscandals to fat.
Tetter. Ery. ried to a successful: termination the : way get -

I in the Philippines, involving j Psoriasis, Salt I great anthracite strike: of 1!*X>. :j Send for free sample. a
a combine in which certain 'SSS.curea and all skini '
Army I : SCOTT&: ISO WN F, Chemist, 409 Pearl St,H.y. ,' -
oraloa Officers are said to have been illegitimately -\ due to a pois- DeWitt's Little Early [Risers never i scsud'=.oo, aUdruy t.Is, r.- s

I interested. Nothing will I, of the j' df-iappoint. They arc safe, pioaipt, fjJf
blood. Send for onr book and write us gentle, eftVciiie in removing all imparities -
,". retard the genuine pacification of 1 about your case. Our physicians have from tbe liver and hotels E The meanest thing Rod Kipling = {

Til pressure the the Filiomos more than sensational / made these diseases a life study, and can I II small and easy ti' tak '. Never gripeor !j has yet done is to accuse ant Ameri-

.H is lifted, disclosures! dishonesty among the(I help you by their advice; we make no ; distress. A. tt. \Yi>e. I can publisher of pirating his last
nalsCre for this service.
I I charge '
Allcorrespoudenc: ------
fig it men who claim to be failed with the ''poem.i Ids,
< is conducted in strictest confidence. I SJl11\i| contractors have orderedIn f I __
MK&and you arc cur- high purpose of regenerating the THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., &TLANT4, U. ibis! country lyw railway cars i Lewis Ockcrman '
i Goshen, Ind:
You that
it can stop natives. The islanders may be woe- i aid ico.t of the uidcli.iery and tools '-DeWitt's Little Early-lasers neveri

Me caM with a 25 centtorietharder fully ignorant, according to American 1----------------- need.il in a government gun factory. i bend me double Wet other pills, but

coughs .standards, but they are not imbeciles j The author of 'tips and Downs of I --" -- |ado their work thoroughly and make 2we

I II weds SO cent size; and cm a* readily identify a Young:: Married \!an" has just been D. you -uTer from rile? If so donut .: fed like a boyCelt li, thirou i 3 '
turn lo for relief. Dte'itt's >;h, gentle. A. It. Wise. t
I f |% OB the lungs theM hypocrisy as the Caucasian in uni- I divorced from his fourth wife and isgetting smrsifry' .
I \\ Wiuh H tl:e will cure moreq !
> ....size will be form. Deceit once practiced on ready to be married again, 'j jI ilckly, surely and >>ifelr.,!saving you i The Cnglia'a might bring the Boers

_seiomical. a' them will lead them to believe that i I There id said to be a good deal of 10-1 the expense and danger; ui ua opera j to terms by threatening to read ;"

:' iMtliMjr 1'-4.Jlau..u.lam.wafam1l,,". tie Americans are at heart insincere -, cal color to his book. I tion. A. P. \VL>e. i some of Alfred Austin's poetry to ,

,. and avaricious, and it will cer-' I Now somebody has raked up the t them.
... I fee\IIlt Ie angel
..f _-."].I. DIO..D.. tainly prolong their hostility to"'the fact that President Roosevelt once
Lm ,pat lladlwa.luwa.i1M1 LIFE. i A new remedy for biliousness U
newcomers. wore side-whiskers. It Is very evident now on sale at G.Y.. Price's
>r IW II IIIJ lime. U.ara i Oscar Bowman Lebanon drug-
-- -- --- Ky.,
"C.zals.trw.U.rtass. i that he is going to have to store. It is called Chamberlain's -
Wm.Pinn, of Lima, O., obtained : write*: "I have been using Folej'i fight to get the nomination in 190i. Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives :

excellent results from the use of }')- Kidney Cure and take great pleasure quick relief and will prevent the attack ..... y-

ley's Kidney Cure. "It relieved my i in stating it gave me permanent care C. M. Phelps, Forestdale, Yt., says I, if given as boon as the first indication .r

backache and severe pain over the i lof kidney disease which certainly his child was completely cured of a of the disease appears. ,
[ MUtBavai! has had more than would have cost me my life." Take bad case of eczema, by the use of,.I Price :5 cents per box. Samples'L !'
It toned and '
!tinged political turmoil and in- me hips.new vim and my energy.system It gave Is: an none but Foley's. G. W. }'rice.I DeWitt,3 Witch Hazel Salve. Beware I free:, __ __ 4
of all counterfeits. It instantly
katt sA1 How comes the re* bone and reliable remedy, a sure 1 '- ; ,
It would be
; R. Wise. seem to altogether
Some of the planks of the New relieves piles. A. j 4
tttatfimrnor Sanford R. Dole cure for all kiduey diseases. G. W.
--- -- ( probable that Kitchener failed to i
'Jersey Republican platform are so I
Price. i General Corbin who is
eti I ltd that the official no- Adjutant < write that bantshment proclamation 7
that would for
f Mi retirement- i* en route to I Admiral Dewey's' refusal to receive th.in they pass diaph- just back from the Philippines, expresses in Dutch. .

Is anous. himself as satisfied with con- I
a strong opittftTfubernatorlal !
counsel representing Rear Ad- w i j Mothers who have always so

incum- miral Sampson at the court of inquiry i Cornbuskers'sprained wrists, dreaded the approach of hot weather =
littrtaln quarters and efforts I when they have teething babe !
was eminently proper. _While barbed-wire cuts and sprains, or cuts < ,

tnytatedlj been made to issues of the controversy are really : from any other cause, are quickly I druggist, writes: "Your One Minute I t,should not forget and that TEETH ISA "
counteracts effects
ellklal reputation. It is between Schley and Sampson, tech healed when Mallard's Snow Ointment ,Cough Cure gives perfect oatUfac-I; of hot weather overcomes jn children the -, =
*Mc forjotten however that is promptly applied. Price, I tion. My customers say it is the '!!I
the :> keeps them in healthy condition and ltsI
nically, only Navy Departmentand 25 and 50 cents. .Geo. W. Price. best remedy for coughs, colds, I #
t joint governor has accom- I : makes teething ea.y. TEETHINA -
Rear Admiral Schley are parties I! I and lung troubles. A. R. Wise. '
costs only 25 cents box at druggists -
it pat deal for his country, i i per ;
to the investigation now in progress. ; One of the worst" features about I I I : ; or mail 25 cents to C. J. Mof- '
tfkksbteoa reliable executive Swollen have made it impos-
Simpson has no right there unless anarchy is the fact some people will rivers ,;,!; fett, M. D., St. Louis, Mo. .,: : :
HiarS tilt bU successor, if Mr. he chooses to appear as a witness. t sible for the Boers to invade Natal. :
word the :
insist on accenting on
tsigned, U likely to be Kitchener would do well to lay in a :: President ShatTer owes it to the -I
t Cure is not a second syllable.A. :
1 cf an experiment as I mere Kodol stimulant Dyspepsia to tired nature. Itaffords full bupply of swollen rivers at once. !i public,to subside. It is altogether GI : .

"representative of a fact stomach complete and --- I too late for explanations. -i;
the R. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind., ".1 had long suffered from indiges- :I

KtUirred up affairs in I absolute rest You by don't digesting have the to diet food, had to get up ten or twelve times in !i tion," writes! C. A. LeDeis, Cedar I WHAT'S YOUR FACE WORTH. ti i
lChlaal; repeatedlysinceInto you eat. Mo. "Like others I tried << tI
and had severe backacheand City, many
the night
I but can enjoy all the goOf011l! you I i Sometimes a fortune, but never, if
the control of the instantly pains in the kidneys. Was cured preparations but never found anything have
want. Kodol Dyspepsia cure I iym a s.11l0complexion, a
ntlons relieves that distressed; feeling by t'oley's Kidney Cure. It's guar- that did me good until I took j jaundiced look, moth patches and I Kodol Cure. One bottle
|[ G. W. Price. Dyspepsia
after eating giving you new life blotches on the skin, all signs of liver '
cured A file nd who had suffered
Bantzv Ottersville, la., and vigor. A. I:. Wis!:. i me.I the of Kodol tronble. But Dr. King's New Life
I similarly put on use
read What a small recompense seems Pills give clear skin cheeks
asthma and a bad -- t Dyspepsia Cure. lie is gaining fast rosy ,

Ire slam, but could get no For the fourth time M. D. C Borden i i the life of a miserable creature like i 1 j and will soon be able to work. Be- I Geo.rich complexion.\V. Price's Only :?5 cents at
drug store.
1' the doctors and medi- owner of the Fall River (Mass.) Czolgo for the noble life of a manlike i I fore he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I -- -
i.t mtil I took indigestion had made him a total
of increase I
notice McKinley.
Iron Works, has posted i navy department seems to
wreck. A. P. Wise.
tar.-Lt gave Immediate !;
Dune memore' good than t in the wages of his 3,01)0) em- I i iI 'I have made a great mistake' in not

remedies combined." G. ployes thus forcing an increase in 1 THE HOnE GOLD CURE. ;, A new company has been organ- turning things over to the subordinate ; a

the,wages: of :!i,(i.\) euiplo>'cs of oth- ized to build a cable line to the t officers at the outset. According -,

__ er mills, whose owners were circulating 'An Ingenious Treatment by which { Philippines. If we keep on sending to their own admission they .

tftrywbere praise One a wage reduction agreement. 1 Drunkards are being Cured dailyin congressional delegations over thereto II could have done so much better.
Cure for the suffercdaadthelivesof }
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Spite of Themselves.t interviewed it to do
-- ought a 1
their .t
: Stops the Cough ana Works off the
uied. Strikes at the FREE BLOOD CURE. thriving business.
trouble and draw* out the We recommend Botanic Blood NO NOXIOUS; DOSE.S NO WEAKENING :' Cold. ; '

The children's favor- Balm (B. B. B ) for all blood trouble, 1 OF THE NK1VCS A I'LEXSANT AND TOT CAUSES NIGHT ALARM Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets

e- A. R. Wise. such as ulcers, eating; sores, scrofula, POSITIVE rrisE FOB THE "One night my brother's baby was )I|' cure a cold in one day Xo cure, no i

rrr -TImpaired--- I eczema, itching humors, pimples, u-!roit IIAIJIT. I I taked with croup," writes Mrs. J.. C. ,I I pay. Price 25 cents.

digestion I boils, carbuncles, blood poison, aching It is now eencra'.ly-. a known disease and and nDaerstn.nl not weakness Snider, of Crittenden, Ky., "it -
&livirare the moat com- bones, festering sores, cancer, !that UrunUnnrsii-A huJ ailed wltll jwison, and nerves' seemed it would strangle before we One of the Sandwich islands is used

lhat are responsible I catarrh: rheumatism. Botanic Blood ': coinuleleb shattered l>v ix-rKulical r..qulreI or con- 'I could get a doctor, so we gave it Dr. i as a leper colony. Why not take s -
blood lubricating litjuort.
,- listless, fagged-out I Balm cures all malignant advued forI or isUnt I' au aiitid useot te capable ot neutralizing( and i iI < King's New Discovery, which gave one of the Philippines for an anarchist -. s'
makes the bummer at"te'so kin diseases, especially I ; this IXHMIII and drstrtivmg thecraltu quick relief and permanently cured
I old, deep-seated cases. It cures, > bur Inloxirant sufferers may now it.'e always keep it in the houseto : colony? asks the Chicago

i 1 r:core many people.Itt when all else ia.l3. Heals every ttTrra-clT 'trim at bum"nt busiaev.liv out 11iiS publicity won- i iihrUKsiii protect our children from croup Record-Herald. It would better
I constipation. tine
digesUnn and arouses sore or pimple. Stops all aches and dertul 'HOMKUOUKTUKwhich .hasbeen and whooping cough. It cured me ofa still to confine tfjem qq the, same! j y
healthy blood 8upi ot cite Vudy bronchial trouble that
many chronic no
.n'r jears
giving a
by iiertectid
14 Price pains island with the
activity. ind.I'1:1l1. The laithf lepers.
tested for Ji> years. ADd treatment would relieve." Infallible :
L Price, Ely. Thoroughly dirrcttunf this ouderI ,: other remedy
t I. Thousands cured. All drug :stores,, I tul use aCl'onl1uO discovery to is p..iu\ely guaranteed to for coughs! colds, tnro-it and STEPPED INTO LIVECOALS."When _
i large battle. Our reader cure the mostolistlnate rase.uo ts.ho" lung troubles. 5Xc) and tl. Trial :
I child I burned foot
has per
once more free : driuker Our retards show the mar- W. Price's a my
treatment hard a free Geo.
'! will receive a trial tramstoruiatioa ot U.Hiviuds of |I frightfully," writes W. H. f4ds, of
that there iselectof a i> by writing Dr. fiillam, 213: Mitchell trouble Lrundards into sober, mdustrious and up- I drug store. : Jouesville, Va., "which caused hoij i '

comparatively | tft., Atlanta, Ga. Describe rljbt' ul..n.Wl"tS IirBANT" OIILDUEN --- rible leg sores for thirty years, butMUcklen's sI
IetweenChina and and free medical advice given cure your your t'ATHtW'W This remedyisinnosVn.iau. i Admiral Schley seems to have ', Arnica Salve wholly cured f -

r 'tie feels almost conga-, ,1 Medicine sent at once prepaid. spt cure ....trum but is a specinc devisee torChi.di.eae '. been at least guilty of failure to acton me after everything else failed." .
k unit'tlwtit and is is thoroughly soluble information that was withheld Infallible for burns, scalds, cuts,
matters looked dark > 'I
While enroute to Maine, SenatorDanra and prepared the ta- t. .M.that it can btueSma"up..t i from him.A sores, bruises and pities. Sold by ,
1r, the earl waeti continued to reiterate aii / tea or cott. *>" uu.lil'; Geo. W. Price, :;c. .' .
taking it. '
I of the iierMm __
to recover. BreIadiyldual t ;i point that h.s: faith, ianKl lIruDkanb: ha\'e cured themselwith FIENDISH ATTACK.An -- "
: i every stopping teniody.and a< many Although numerous alliances
when h T>ru.Uess I
e hour .
attack was lately made on C.F.
: Mr. Roosevelt gr w..clf1JlIgcr hale been cured and. made temperateSLni.i ,
For ways that are dar k in Mr. Ilanna still I l : having the "Cl'IIE' administered their b, Collier, of Cherokee, Iowa, that, against the Democratic organization

are rain, the heathen: by hour. No doubt the ship :ub-. !.nlug'lr t'nd"10 tuner and rd.1t1\"es or t..a and without believe today nearly proved fatal. It cam in New YOlk city have previously $

Earl Li i3t1bt has his weather eye on tnuwleJjte that they d'ODtinul'.s dnD"In 01 their through his kidneys. His back got been made, few of them have succeeded -
a '
Vo' It.T WAn. lJo out be de- : lame he could not stoop without
\\ bo '
bill. II in caging
he has all th e: sidy 1ut.. ire lJy .a"lippn.yrmrnt. .tr lOut and tile mbleadmg disease at"im-once ,l great pain, nor sit in a chair except ; even temporarily '
sot his lJrI\"e cushions. No umedyI j the Tiger. ,
race, neveriYO'tti allUme. i1OMEtUL11CCKG" 'I propped by
and t..r extremely low price 01 One him until he tried Electric I ---- -- --
the I helped
: CASTORIA h 111.1 at reach of e'l"erybo.1y |! WORTH KNOWING.
1Jullar. tbU placing within eUt'Ctul than others 1 Bitters which effected such a won- SUCCESS -
Children. a tre..tweot Irons rS5to more tad Full dlreCUOnsaccumatny !derful change that he writes heI i 40-yeara success in the South proves
i For Infanta and n.stbfle each padljl'- S1.rcial adviceby.kbikd I I eels! like a new man. This marvelous -. : Hughes': Tonic a great remedy for
Bought I Ilbv"icl.1D'i when requested without I, medicine cures backache and l chills and all malarial fevers. Better y

t He Kind You Hate Always I estr cbuge.00 recl'll't,1 Sent prepaid line IluUar.to any part Address kidney trouble, purifies the blood I than calomel and %uinine. Contains ...

of the world 1\"I't. I'll. t:11\\'IS tI.mus&OO and builds up your health. Only 50c; no arsenic. Guaranteed, try it.At .

Wtyboj'of tbw genulai 1 i Bears tieSignature rkfr l'AS\ ald Mar"l't strictly 1..PIUl cnlldcnll del sta.:- I at Geo. W. Price's drug: store. druggi:>ts. 50c tl bottles. aprl3'Ol
of I All corrca"'ndrflce:: .
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While organized labor lost'a fort- Bicycjc Race; -Lillie Pepper and A

The Cjtizen-SeBQte: une in its battle with the steel trust, llettie Limbriclr. THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME

Mr. Morgan's combine suffered Our Girls, duet-Ltllie and Lottie
: materially reports from the headquarters Wanda Mazurka solo-Belle Limbrirk. tAre
A. H DODD;Auutallt Edit r.di ,

fflclal Newspaper f Columbia County and of that concern are to be Fleurette. Polka Nellie Never Without Peruna in
relied L'ggBlacksmith's
.the Town of Lake City.Florida. upon. It is semi-:>Uicially thp. House
stated that the net earning of the Song Virgie Hen-
Published every Friday at Lake City Fla. I Ii
Office-South ot Courthouse Square. United States Steel Corporation son.Maud Waltz-Hettie L'mbrick.: for Catarrh, Coughs and Colds -

during the past six months have 1 Fifers of the Guard-Virgie Milton | .
Adnrtiiing Rates Famished
ipon Application. amounted to $54,000,000 and that a j
'1 Kong by the little girls, Nettie I
i Entered in Lake City postofflce as. necond dividend will soon be declared on
Benson, pianist.
class m tter.
j both classes of stock issued by th e Moonligbt on the Mississippi-Lillie

;J. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. company When a trust.ha! grownso Pepper.

'. powerful that it can inflict an almost Song of the Rose-Viola Hampton j
FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1901. fatal blow a.. branchof Shower of Rubies-.Naomi Hampton.
upon great
-- Interesting features of the program -
j union labor and make half a hundred were demonstrations of rules "

. A movement has been started to millions at the same time, the for formation of scales, by Belie

change the name of the Philippine situation has become serious and Limbrick, and demonstration of
Islands to the McKinley Islands. teacher's method of instruction f. r
gravity beginners, by Annie Dickinson. The
i The Rev. Mr. Sheldon, of Topeka, of the political problem involving program: was ,interspersed with

said recently that he would rather this phase of political economy. studies from Gurlitt's Album Leaves, ; ,

drink a bottle of red ink than Unless decisive steps are taken to by little> Nellie Legg.: j.
a Mrs. Waugh intends to give these i j k 1
regulate the evil the will
bottle of beer. Commenting on this, octopus Recitals at intervals during the
the Kansas City Journal says: "The have, in the next decade, so involved year to which all musicians are

craving of some men for stimulants the working classes in its far reachIng cordially invited.

1* awful. The main constituent of tentacles that the feudal system I Lake City vs. Live Oak.

red ink is alcohol." will seem a veritable Elysium by The Lake City baseball nine went
comparison.Leon .
over to Live Oak and
Monday eroded
Thus far Mr. Roosevelt u
practically bats with the nine of that place
i an unknown quantity even F. Czolgosz! assassin of President The game resulted in a score of 15 to

among the leaders of the party that McKinley, has, after a fair and I 4 in favor of Lake City. The line-up

placed him second {a Mr. McKinleyat i impartial trial, been convicted of of the home nine was! as-follows; t
murder Henry Streety, c.; Max Brown, p.; O. I
the last Republican national in the first degree and at
con- wIfi&
+I El. Uogers, 1st b.; John Briers, 2ndh.
vention. It is expected, however, Buffalo, on the evening of the 26th, .; Claude House,3rd b.; Bogus I i Y

that within the coming two months was sentenced to death in the elec I I. f.; Ben Cone, c. f.; Joe Harris Perri'

the new president will be compelledto tric chair the, week beginning Monday Baya Harrison, s. s.Midnight. j <

declare himself on the leading issues October 28. The sentence was Fire. I. JL\D MKS. PETER 1IOFFM1X, KTLEBTOWI,-,Pi. ._. ,i

of the day. Whether he will the last in the tragedy so far as' The residence ITR.PETER HOFFMAN, Kylertown, Mrs. Peter Hoffman
I occupied by Mr. i I also write: :
prove to be more subservient than Buffalo H concerned, and the eyes of F P.. Combs and family, on J.// */V| Pa., writes: "I
was for
i even Mr. Hanna had hoped for is: a the world, which has been on that west Duval street, was consumed by I "I was deaf for five years and could with many yean; adand
matter of interesting speculation at city since Sept. 6, followed the tire Tuesday night. The fire was find no help. I was completely deaf; had liver, stomach and kidney I' f
discovered at about 11:30 and the occupants was afflicted with shortness of breath, seven doctor, but none coald am j
present time. wretceed assassin to Auburn, wherean me, as they did not know] what ;,
barely escaped with their bronchitis, trouble in the throat, so that tiled hues

; With the last issue of the Index ignominious death awaits him. lives. The residence was the prop- I was In misery. Through one of Dr.HartmlUl's Every one who saw the said that I ;

Air. John M. CaUwellretired from The nerve and bravado which characterized I absent erty of in Mr.New H.York.II. Euimons, who is almanacs I decided to try !. could not live very long. I begaa to tab i

the I Czolgosz since the consummation (( insurance There was no Peruna, and bought a bottle."I Peruna and grew better every day. The !
newspaper business in this on the dwelling
city, of his! dastardly deed were hold took three bottles and now feel real severe pains in the stomach have uis
Mr. Combs
Nr. T. J. Appleyard, of West goods. in addition, p-
Key shaken when he faced the court to I to hill household goods, lost his dairy well; my hearing is good again; I can peared. lam now well ud bafe ads! .r.

assuming the management of the hear the sentence, and fellow anarchists implements, and $IW inwoney\\ bleb I breathe without difficulty; my throat is appetite. lam seventy yew old uI'

business.' Mr. Appleyard was up ti> will find noth log to exult I burned with the building. His loss 110 longer inflamed. I followed all the can do my work without getting tlni.
a short time ago editor of the Key i was about tilen, that of Mr. Emmons directions, and can now say that Dr. .,
West Daily lnter-Ocean, which over in the pitiful spectacle presented about $tiou. The house was outside ,I Ilartinan's Peruna baa cured me. "Peruna It the teit OMtffcuw it tiu

paper recently suspended for lack of by the murderer.. ('overedwith | the range of the hose and the fire I! "I recommend it to all suffering with world for catarrh. Your goof Penut S

patronage. Air. a cold perspiration, his eyes no companyaa powerless to reader assistance. -I I catarrh. I am seventy-one years old has saved my own and ay aatbatt
Appleyard has had .
-_ fun rer dull and expresionles.. but I have an appetite again and can work. life." I

Journalism considerable and experience well in Florida filled with an unnamed terror, and I Proceeding at Chambers. "* !I I feel When ten years younger." Mr. Robert Metters,of Murdock,BM I
comes old
recom- his! organs of speech all but palsied I' During the week Judge Palmer l age comes on, eatarrhal diseases Co., \eb., Boa 45, writes : ]
mended. We extend to our neighbor i come also. Systemic catarrh is almost -
Czolgosz did not present a spectacle passed upon the following cases: "I had catarrh from head IS
the universal in old my j
i right U good and people.
wish him success in his new field. that even the distorted mind of an I W.vs.H.heirs F. Roberts of Sarah and J.Collins C. C. Roberts antI I This explains by Peruna has become through I my system. I took P mu uaffl I i
I the was entirely cured. I
anarchist am
may view with anything W.-H. Collins. go indispensable to old pooplPeruna eightythreeand a
L South Carolina is rapidly forging but loathing contempt. I I and have partition. to Reformation reform deed I Is their safe-guard. Pernna is the only I did a ten half years old,and fed u young u \

t S ahead as a tea-producing section. denied. Allowed to demand bill for remedy yet devised that meets these years ago. |

1 1l l The product of the plantations is BOARD OF TRADE. partition. Henry for compts., Scar- I cases exactly. "I visited recently among some U \
-- borough and Harrison, for tieft. Such cases cannot be treated locally; friends, who said I looked'rf young ai I_ i
now selling at the rate of 60 cents
a On account of the lack of a qno- J. W. Perrys.. M. L. Plympton. I nothing but an effective systemic rem- did twenty years ago." 1
pound and the is Bill for
industry very prof- specific performance of
con- edy could cure them. This is I
rum the Board of Trade did not exactly Address The Pernna Medicine
tract. Co Co
itable. The cultivation of tea hat: Demurrer to bill allowed to what Peruna ,
the transact any business on its regular stand over until final heario Henry iI. Iambus, O., for a free catarrh bosk.
passed! experimental stage and
U meeting day, last Wednesday.There I for, :Scarborough: and Harrison ____ ___
now one of the staple farm against. .n __ _____ _
is! a great deal of important
products of the state. Recently a business that should be attended to South Florida Foundry and Machine Few people are aware that Georgia The death of Judge J. M. Wilson, .1
of New works, a corporation. P. J.
company England capitalists -
as a marble
bought 4,000-acres of land near at once and the officers have agreed Becks. Ass-uinpsit, damages, &.,0. ranks producing section one of the counsel for Rear Admiral
at Charleston upon calling a meeting for next Special appearance >tained. Sheriff next to Vermont and that I Schley, was a severe blow to the Interests -
and will grow tea uponit allowed to amend return. Jewell over i3,000OUO has been invested in
Wednesday evening, Oct. 9 and all of the gallant sailor.
on a large scale. They have already for plff., F. 1' Cone for deft. developing the industry. More than ::!
members :
get out 700,000 tea plants, are earnestly requested LulaFutcins. J. W. Perry, M. L. $20,000 is I -
which within to be present. Members of all the Plympton Geo. \V. Clark. Bill to paid every month for labor Fruit! fruit! fruit! If you hare lay f

a year or two will committees, and especially those of declare a trust and cancel deed. Ta- and over 3,000 people are dependent j I.]to can remember Young's Drugstoreis
yield a very large crop. ken under advisement. Oliver forcompt. upon the industry for a living. the place to buy your fruit jars 1
Transportation and Manufacturing, I lIenrScarborough and 'I I'I'If 'cheap. i
The Florida Agricultural College are urgently requested to attend. Harrison for d.-its. I
Don't I -- ----- a
forget the date. you are troubled with
inodorous !
opened Monday with the largest en- Joe Clark vs. Laura Dol\'Is. Motion (
to grant writ of assistance. I breath, heart burn, flatulency, head- !!
rollment in its! history. Students are OPENINU URADElTsCH 301 I Urant- <
II ed. D ''erro and Oliver for ache, acidity, \
pains after
arriving on every train, and the I motion eating! LIME AND BRICK
Henry, contrn. .os* of appetite, persistent melan- "
i .hole state, from Escambia to Monroe The Peabody Graded School open-I! Mrs. L I). M. ThoU!p..OII:1.. 1U>U. choly, or low spirits.! You need a WHOLESALE ASI RETAIL
is represented. Several stu ed :Monday with an ( ('aulxrll. Foreclosure. final decree j tonic, a few doses of Herbtne will i I

dents from Georgia and Cuba have 254 pupils. All the children seemed I granted. I I ,jive you the recuperative force to !{I' S. B. TNOMPSON.i
remove these
disorders. .
also enrolled. Of the arrivals to take their i Price, 50
eager studies
new up again, I Deafness Cannot be Cured i! ;cents. G. W. Price. I ,
a greater percentage than ever before and the organization began with i I
bv local
applications, as they cannot rea. h I -t
I are entering the higher classes, considerable zeal. All will probablybe tlieUlseasrd portions ot the ear. There l< I| --

F and they are older and well suited classified by the end of the week. only by constitutional one way to cur.remedies.deafness beatnes and that is'''I'i > Ae+v.9-"riri 4n3 4 eiiia4a$.>l a >1 q 3?+otts.fft.9 ....
-i for real The caused liy an inflamed condition ot the ,' aB$ -6-&31P98PQ .9 iaO4A69 Oi89oI.
college work. One of the faculty is as follows!: J. T. mucous i htt.rij
ot the
lining eust.ichi.in Tube i
: most pleasing and encouraging features Ferguson, principal; J. II. Owens, When this tuck pets mtUmcd >ou have a i I'I i '

s of the opening days is the teacher of Tth and 8tb grades; Miss I w rumbling hen it u>sound entirely or cloned Imperil d..afn..ls hearlutr.the and re : REFRIGERATORS. 11

-t greatly increased attendance of the Annie Bullock, 6th grade; Miss Kate'I sult taken and out unless and this the tube inflammation restored can be :' ,

young women, being about double Terry, 4th giade; Miss Corrie Mc- mal t"lJ &lUII.n. bearing uill be destroyed|I Special Offer. |II;

that of any former year. Clinton, 5th grade; Miss Annie Bel- by tore\er.catarrh.Nine: w huh casesout is nothing ot tea but an are mrtanied caused i j .

L lows, 3rd grade; Mrs. Annie W. condition\ ot the mucous hurlaces.Vewillgieonebundred I'' 1I f| 200-lbs of Ice TO AN.UYlNa. a Refrigeratorof |
A disastrous fight between United Sweat, primary department. Mksj leaseol'I dealnescaused dollars for any i, U
'. Edith Radford will have of II I'I cannot by eat.irrbthat) I me within the next tbirtv .
States troops and insurgents occurred charge cured by Hall's Catarrh t'urc. i 4"I da\s Must have the *#
the department of music. I I Send tor circulars tree.F room for my 11'n: Ton Miihme When ti-
Saturday in the island of Sa- j I I J.niKXEViCo..Toledo. O. <-Q'*9- ("tall..d:old will Jn'e m.. iS.rims daily "..1I'iill"u&l YS
I S.tld stural/e all tb.ar
by ilru : i-u. T.c. r..un&l. 4fi
I mar, near Ualangiga. A large body MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT I I Hall Family Fills are the best.So .O'.
of insurgents attacked Company C, i! --- || O. A. Mann, Lake City Fla. |
Ninth Infantry, only twenty-four Quite an enjoyable musicale was : there is to be a baseball tru=,t. i ii ; : $ d oe asAA IiH

members of the company escaping. given at the beautiful lakeshore One by one the trust takes control ; !' +i8a69PO9'8H +W906W+f -H-fw .#W a",.eo
res- 9-riri
} i of all the necessities of life. 8 39 9"N6 9-9ri... <{J9-HO t 6 i""o
All the others idence of
numbering forty- C. V. Waugh, on

eight, are reported to have been Hernando street, last Saturday i ";I

killed. The company was at break- evening, the occasion being the rendition '

fast when attacked, and.made a determined of piano selections by Mrs. HUMPHREYS'Witch 1

resistance, but the overwhelming Waugh's music class. From the advanced ; WATCHES GIVEN AWAY.

numbers of the insurgents scholars! down to those of ;;

compelled them to retreat. Of the hardly school age participated:' Hazel Oil : : "''!!1III-- _1IIft.1!
survivors eleven were wounded. in the program and the ease and h1, ;
And yet some tell us that the war in grace with which they acquitted
the is themselves, of the THE PILE OINTMENT. .
Philippines over. some most din:: : !
cult: selections! being faultlessly ren- ,

York The City anti-Tammany are now thoroughly forces of united New Mrs.dered Waugh, reflected as a teacher great credit as well- upon as I,
upon the participants.The ] I
and will make a. determined effort to I It cures Piles or Hemorrhoids External given with
following -
program was rendered away of .
wallop the tiger. have nomi- Internal Blind every ]1
They : i i or or Bleeding, Itching or I

nated Seth Low, a Republican, for Alpine Glow-trio--Lillie Pepper, i j Burning, Fissures and Fistulas. Relief immediate :11
Viola and Naomi I one Nickle Plated Watch
mayor, but a great majority of the i Hampton. -cure certain.It Ii x
Sleigh-ride Galop- -Lottie Pepper, cures Burns and Scalds. The relief
other candidates Democrats in-
Legg, Belle Liinhrick I
guaranteed for
cluding the comptroller, president Fantasia, or Airs from M wirt- instant. one year. Prices on all '!

of the board of aldermen, presidentof Lillie; Pepper, Viola lIa ull ton. Josie j It cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and ,

Manhattan Borough, judge of the Hard. Sore Nipples. Invaluable. I merchandise guaranteed. '
I .
city court, district attorney, sheriff My First Duet-Xettie and Virginia I' It cures Salt Rheum, Tetters, Scurfy ;

register and too of the three justices IltrlldOlt.Cameroniau. Eruptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters, I kt k
of the auir:me court. The Quadrille\ Duet- -Nel Sore Lips or Nostrils. Corns, Bunions, !
offices with the largest amount of .lie Legg and B .lle Limbrick.t7Al3TORZ8.. : Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of insects,
patronage are conceded to the Democrats
Mosquito Bites and Sunburns.
and, on the whole, they : I I
the best of the bargain. Both sides Kind Km Haa Always Bought Three Sizes, 25c. 50c. and $1.00 I M. L. PL YM PTO N.

are strong and iu a short while the LantherZ: I Sold bv 3ngistSf or sent prepaid u receipt pric I
victor will be proclaimed. tG+ # I HUMPHREYS' MED. CO., L DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.f.it .
Car. U illUm A John iit.l.. *E\V YORK. ;


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H.. F. Uric, of the"Dollar Bazaar

;"f5::: MISS H., A. 'RILEY advertises his new line of goods in .

,. another column.
He invites
:: inspection -
z ;;.Qelargt'St and most of A Good "Liver" A Busy Liver
-sceI >sas'ot'Fall and Winter his $1 shoes, as solid as leather .
sots 'anel and PlaiD .
Lser7 't
-T' ? taste can.make them. a liver that is attending to its work- as
: rnminhinnfi t Sometimeshas secreting bile. A lazy liver doesn't do
I Mode /> The members of, the K. of P. lodge this then comes that oppressed tired, -'
t Lies Descilpilon. :of this "blue" #
IUIIIIWII1IIIJU VI city will leave Friday even 1 a feeling. Have you a headache

t-K7_ COMPLETE LINE OP AET GOODS; ing for Olustee to institute a lodgeof Bad Liver and backache bilious? ?Are Then you constipated dizzy

: ow UTEST: : DESIGNS FALL AND WINTER HATS K. of P. acd will return sometime waking up, try jour liver needs "' '

i., '_* Ie' Trimmed to order by experienced; milliners. early Saturday morning. DR. THACHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP

f* Opening. : Days 9tli and 10th of October. Mr. L. C. McCormick, of Mayo, is the old reliable remedy It never fails. You can't
get a better
MBS.:A.'RILEY, -, '. WILSON visiting in the city, guest of the k tonic to brace up the system and keep it: in perfeA condition. _
'. .,..<. / home folks. He is employed on the Many. have prated this. Have-you? -
Suwanee & San I had lil7trcomplaiat and kidney trouble for ten -
Pedro railroad, now lout received DO benefit and I purchased two yrar I tried dodora s
in course of construction from U"., n raedidne from which I received gnat *.uvui.package You can or use your Liver -4._.
-- -- ia mJ name
reallDmtJIdiog Jour medlciut. Yours truly ,
-- --- -- Oak to the Gulf. c
J.w.SHAbo Louisville.Ala. '
Dews Notes. J Eggs are selling at 30 cent a doz- The many friend here of Mr. W. and To tbtm.r Dr.Tnvgfut If TluuJwt bu'Urer Dr Tbiiber'i litxlicine Liter I Dry ud), or Blood na mn Syrup gel, A
en. They'll soon be worn as watch D. Knott are pleased to learn of his Ire riots fur a wun hote-Bak t :fend u try ri wear,*w lor VraUt a tarkRe Peat or

z- charms. promotion to the position of travel- Write our Consultation Department <
explaining your. '
zp ing auditor symptoms and receive free confidential advice. TIfl ;
Miss Mary McLung on the Central of Geor
j. DCRABS. 7-lMf of Clearwater, THACHER MEDICINE j
gia Railroad. COMPANY., CllattaAoo .,Ttnn. i
who Mr. ,
has been the guest of Miss Lil- Knott was agentof i : .;
j jars at Drug-
lie Pepper for the past week, has' the G. 8. & F. at this place In "J3-4. 11

-S a-y it entered the P. A. C. We invite your attention to the -.-- --- ------ --- f .
i at Watts & Son's drug- new "ad." of I During this moo,th the negroes will Mrs. tin #
Mr. J. Hutson, who has been Mrs. T. N. Milton. Mrs. Annie W. Sweet has been
employed hold
Vs at the S. A. L.'agency for Milton has just received a full line I camp meeting at Water- elected to take charge of the kinder-
court tW convene here ons the of town as usual. This is a gala occasion fl
past several years, has millinery goods and has secured garten department of the public '
accepted the ,
agency Hampton.Mr. : the services ot an expert milliner. ;. with them and is always largely school and will arrive in the city ia 1
p.r who knows just exactly how to suit attended from this state and Geor- a few
and white onion sets at r days. Miss Pearl Price has
Freeman, of Macon, Ga., has you iu fall and winter wear. r gia. charge of the .r
o'i drugstore. rented the Hickson I department tempora
residence on Attention U directed to Mrs U. A. -, rily.

Mite -tfce greatest blood east Dual street, and will move his Riley's new "ad." Mrs. HlIey but Whlu. Cream Vermifuge is es- ---- '- r h -

f the 30th century. Young'sjIlt family to this city within tbe next sentially the child's I SECIN'
returned from the northern tonii. It iui- THINGS AT NIGHT }
& r week. markets where she pro\es the digestion and assimilationof
purchased a or nightmare is
I a
;Patch Dan- common result of
,representing Mr. F. If. Young arrived in tbe fur!line of all the latest styles of food, strengthening the nervous indigestion. You can't
Baltimore is expect good
of in I city Sunday from the New York Mar- millinery and can suit the moat fas- system and restoring them to the sleep with a bad stomach. Dr. b '

p eesa.. kets. Enroute home he visited the tidious. She invites all the ladies. to health, vigor and elasticity of spirits Ford's DiSpepticidc, the Loyal T
call. new remedy -
IL Brookstof Qultmap, Ca., Pan-American and other places of natural to childhood. Price, ac. i makes a bound stomach that digests

cM Sunday, guest of hIs interest. The attention of our readers is directed Geo. W. Price. I I perfectly. G. W. Price. 3

1 Smutch. to the change of "ad. 'of M.
1 Mrs. J. K. White and children, who .- -- -- .
aaorgans repaired atCo. have been L. Plympton in another column. Mr. "
visiting the family of Mr. ,.
.' Office at R. T. E. Brown for the past week re Plympton has just recently returned # : a ; sd

f jwelry "tore. turned to their 'home in Lake Park from the northern markets'with one
of tbe most complete lines of dry- ,.
Kibler of Prosper Thursday. goods in the city and his prices will | FALL AND WINTER :
ialting in the city suit : .
guestrMrE.RKibIer. Sln :Tames II. Hodges spent sev- you. : ;

eral days in the city last week in the i Cotton is bringing good prices in ; t r tr n _

Fbwere trill leave for I interest of the Crown Piano Co., of the Lake City market. though it is : \ \f.", .", uf the Lit st Hl.'., .

crifVarkets- Monday to i Jacksonville, for which concern he 1 coming in slowly The crop is very i aj and very L.+nest Prices, also a < '
(fall and winter goods. I is traveling. short and it is i!*expected that 1 I I ; .
I J new line! of Art Hoods
T Ferguson arrived in the I Mrs. Rachael Ilaile, of Gainesville, much more than half the usual yield at
will be harvested. It is feared that': 1
rooming from Tuscumfifcere :spent Saturday in the city, guest of the heavy rains this week will damage j I

*- lie spent the sum i Mr. Sydney Ilaile and family, en- the cotton now opening. ) { MRS. T. N. h1ILTON'v r

C -I* route from Tallahassee
to her
vim. home [ A negro by the name of Press '.

: 'et Griffith, of Tampa, in Gainesville. I Howard was instantly killed at the (i iI t Monroe Block Marion St. -. '.' -'i .., I 4GrWyn.
dais in the city last (;01. and Mrs. Meggs, who have I East Coast Lumber Company's mill : .1 % .
.C; .
i of her brother, Mr. U. A. been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. i last Friday morning .by a falling I II I I

A. Finley for the pastseveral weeks, j timber. In company with two other .'"'"' I
Cone went over to left Monday to spend several days [ negroes, he was engaged in loading "" ",, ,.,

the i l-'xlJ timbers on the skids, when --- '---- ----- -
BstMgnday to witness the at SJ>rin s. one ----- -n --
fell on him, crushing his head into a I -
Wl between that place and The season has opened with a rush I shapeless mass. Judge W. M. Ives I

at Mrs. Funk's. She will have no summoned a jury and held an inquest j

ltl Mrs. R. N, Hadley. who time to devote to a special opening, over the body, rendering: a verdict II j
that tbe of death accidental
cause was !
_spending the summer in but to the ladies she says come I I ,

i'arriied in the city1Wiart" quickly or the choicest of choice fall j THE PRACTICAL MECHANIC
will be I Imillinery' t MARRIED. Wednesday evening, j'
Rone 0+2wk
Sept. 25,1901, at the home of the :

money by buying One jears' subscription to the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. -. J.j

rut, loon, blinds, mantels, greatest ladieV fashion mag urae, I Livington, of Headland, Ala., Col. J. Wants practical tools, for practical work. The tools
we iPTfl
thtbc ValdoBta Sash & Door "DELINEATOR, for every pur- Levi Lee, of Live Oak, Fla., to Miss; I i

chase of 115 cash, beginning Oct. 1st Banza Livingston Rev. W. J.
Martin will be found to be eurj thing that the
i&T. Boozer and family re- to Dec. 31st, 1901. Call for purchase of Abbeville, Ala., officiating. most exacting work- t

Friday from Prosperity, cards at M. L. Plympton's. The bride is an accomplished young -
man could
lrtthey have been spend-' Messrs. C. E. Lewis and G. A. Jef- woman and is very popular in her expect.Ve believe in selling the best,Hardware '
Alabama home. Col. Lee is .
a rising
iBOntlu.l&fttrine fries are busily engaged this weekin
young lawyer of Live Oak, and has we can get at prices our customers think they ought to ,
; Waugh arrived renovating and repairing their succeeded in building up a good prac- pay.

** fcffrom place of business in the Perry build- tice. The CITIZEN-REPORTER extends ,
Near Render- Our Hardware line is complete in
"" ing and will soon be ready to begin congratulations and best every particular.
I1. ..
C* ,she has been ( w ashes.. 4
eni'mmer the manufacture of candy and to
open up their oyster baton. j I Miss Lula Merrel has arrived in

Md daughter, Miss Alice, Burglars entered Watts' machine j; the city from New York, where she

41a ;tbe city and Mrs. I has been for some time acquainting : JflS. .fit
Ir.nmed 1 warehouse, adjoining the S. A. L. a : E. YOUNG
herb duties *. (
as depot, several days ago and carried I herself with the new styles of millinery Co at'e.
rHall. and her services have been
off a bay rake valued at ,:5. Thieve : Mrs. T. N. Milton. Mrs. 0 cis t\&ti.P\p
1'. Patillo- engaged by .. ... ...
and L.V.. are beginning to ply their vocationin : Milton has received a large stock of

iopaiuatfd from the P. several quarters and citizens all the new styles of millinery and

,were present at the should keep a sharp eye on unprotected art goods, which the ladies are cor- .

college.wreU. articles.Mr. dially invited to call and inpect. .
Miss Merrel is an adept in the art c
$ has returned C. Gilbert has purchased the I' of trimming bats in all the new and .

6 friends la Savannah Inman cotton ginnery and has the latest styles and can suit you in .. .............

beet of the family of her plant now in operation. He has secured something for fall and winter wear. JUST ARRIVED AT *
The announcementvill r
It.L: the services of Mr. W. T : opening appear F -
erry. later.. '
i.,Smoke Drew, an experienced cotton man, I THE DOLLAR BAZAAR i
formerly The Monday Evening Literary ; ,
who will take charge ot the plant.
6lttdet at the P. A. Mr. Gilbert solicits the patronage of Club met this v.eel at the residence of !

of the East.Flornee the cotton planters.The Col. I.. Harrison. An interesting A NEW LOT OF OUR WKLL KNOWN

at fiafnfvUle."T" many friends in this city of program was rendered and Miss Vin- Shoes for $1.O J

Miss Stella Mr. B. L.: Bugg will be pleased to I zant entertained the club with several (
vocal selections. A t tbe
spending some time in learn of his promotion to the agency usual pretty hour the guests wercinxited to ALL AS SOLID! AS LEATHER CAN MAKE THEM. \J = f

melt: of her brother, of the Central of Georgia and Southern the dining room, where an elegant lied ComlurU, Blankets,Sheet and Pillow Cases.at prices IK-low anybody $ -.F ,

rry, has returned. I railroads:: at Savannah. Mr. supper of four courses was! prepared, See our Ladies Dress Skirts for only $ l.oo
NS over which Mrs. Harrison and Miss! <
.thorough alterative Estes, jthe former agent, has keen they are beauties ; r
; i Sadie gracefully presided. The ta- lloys Clothing a Sp cialty. We know we can save you sf z
money lineusaialL -
r 1idney and liver elevated to the position of' assistant:: ble was decorated with a wealth of -

I treated 17" general fr/eigbt agent. Mr. Bugg : cut flowers of different varieties, YOURS TO PLEASE, c!
014 alL Young's Drug- was agent of the Georgia Southern' I lending a very pleasing effect. Th e'e'cni'ng'was LAKE CITY. FLA. H. 1'U R 1 E.. .
* 4: Florida in this city from lh\ t o thoroughly enjoyed and
: fair hostess received a vote of ..........
Sash & Dour Co., ofannfacture 1$!l3. I the thanks for the "very"pleasurableoc; .,......

all kinds Mrs. Goodwin, of Chicago, will casion. !

blinds; interior finish give a free illustrated lecture o"Itprlth" n |' The protracted meeting which has. I 2).U J.i.U.()!().U+- Uj()+ ).4)'O! Write |
them for to the ladies of Lake City: ;/
; I been in progress at the Baptist i iI ,
circuit court
K ;8rown, 3fNashville, at room.3 p. m.Mrs.today Goodwin in the comes well recommended I church, will, it is announced- From, close 1 What << Eat | 4-

e cjti last Friday, by both press and pulpit. Sunday first, the night meeting, the has 6th. been one the of I I do-Y ;m ? i -

son, Walter, Regaiding her, the Quincy (111.) I much interest.a The pastor, Rev. T. ;I a DidVouEver'Stopt9ThinkofThat: ? KXx2 t
t & ;i student at the Times says: ".Mrs. Goodwin's Hubert, ha* conducted it,.without I II J ? ,
ject apueiled to all, and the manner IS. t+
evangelist holding two r po you know that tbe
aid of an ; : market are flixxloil with
which it was delivered plainlyleft : A sled goodH of all ; ,.
in kinds
gaah & Door Co. I services a day.1'e do not know the and that you are liable to eat W
its impress on all her hearers. thing you uould not like it you arc not caretul about
i turned and exact number of additions, but have .{.)i what you bur 0 m
- square Literary Society beard the statement that about To be sure of getting all she Purest and B.-st Groceries
People's !
balusters, newels The Young twenty have joined the Baptistchurch ** we buy only brands that are guarantied bo pure We t y 4
-alt kinds. Write of Lake City met last Friday since Mr. Hubert came to be customers buy them from that repuul.le article huu"'s and we CUD a?ure our C; -

before you buy. evening at the residence of Mrs. I I' its pastor two months ago. Sunday and wholesome etery taught usi.tiall. be purr

jly-19 They Pepper. Owing to the wet weather night, the 6th, the ordinance of bap1 n' a ree tlelit'ery of goods to all parts of the city, ...1 y.

let, to Dec. 31st the attendance was not commendable. 1! tim will Id' administered church to several f 'OilY GOODS NOTIONS, HATS, SHOES, vl
Ith On account of this the regu- candidates for : A4 AND GENTS [.NISi1I\GS.: .
: every vutt of carried out but .mberShiP'1 x
lar program was not To Cure a Cold in One ri to. r<""
one Olckel plated improvised program made the N'; B.
an Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- LONG1
,. Ta ke '
After adjourn- ,
:for one year. evening profitable. leti. All druggists refund the money A Lake city, eta. ... ">
served I i 1
handle guaranmpton'a. ment refreshments were I it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's! Dealer In General Merchandise. '
with the evening I I Ilf i'.
which, together 25c. .
.' much. signature is on each I 'V,. ,
"S' .
enjoyed very
general, were *** **** W* ** b.



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G THE CCTIZEN,-REPORTER Established 1$74

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A ID t Taxes TAX POft 19:,1.I _
: I Be it ordained by the Mayor and
S Tn. A '
.' t Aldermen of the Cltrof Lake City,

Emely. .Keen____.se!:of ne>4.-_:__ ._____.__29 2s 17e 40123 i Florida.) CASTO RIA
Ga & Fla Round Lum |I Sec-iol 1. The city of Like City, f
berth--:_-- -;-..,--s} of ne.l4 and w1* of nwJ.r i{ Florida hereby kvi if''; a tax of thirteen -
ahd nejj ol swa and e4-32 2s 1e. 360 521 milli upon each dollar of valusftionof .

1JrgEmelyKeen--nw4ofne'f___ ___ .. ..___32 2s 17e40 177 property uithin corporate I For Infants and Children
$(lr$ Emely Keen______ne>.' ohwl4'__.____ mp ..___:342s 17e 40 128! : limits: bultjcct to uxati.vi on the -- .
Mrs Emely Keen._____nel4'ofnw}4'-.____ .______:__r4 3s lie'10 177 first day of January, A. I). 19:11: such
S S'Keen______________n'J' and n,1., of s>- and swj:& i taxes to be a.scs"'tJ"' and collected! in The Kind You Have
of seLj.-9 3s ale 520 768 [! the manner no./ provided by la.v.
John Harrington__._ .w>* of sw4! and nel4! of sw!i I' S.-c 2. That three and a half
and uw>.' ohe-.-4'.____ ____18 3s lie 160.3 39 II mills of the tax .ball be collected in = =
Dawson Johnson____._J4 acre in se corner of sVi' cash tor the payment of bonds and Always Bought t
of aw1/ bounded e by Riley I interest. Five mills! shall be collected J eficlablc PrcparatloaforAs- ,r
Lucas n by F C & PIIR-28 3s 17e !: 2 91 for general purposes and three -
John'Davis____________2lgBcresoffe end of blk N and three-fourths mills shall be collected similalingtheFaodandxegutaLing
in swt4 of nw14------------29 3s 17e 2li, 354 for water and light purjwMS the s tomachs andBowds Bears the

Unknownoooo ._____all of bit I as lies outside of I and thrce-quarti-rs: of a mill! for ,
corporation_ _____ __30 3s 17e 3 2 60 street. improvement purposes. I 1
Heirs of Phebe Adams De!" of net; less R R right- P.tss,, -d by Council Spt. 16. 13)1. Signature
of-way.. '. _______________ _30 s 17e .36 448 Attest: \V. }1. Ins, 0
Randall Johnson_-____ne>4 of sw4! of ne4 less: 3 '- [SEAL ] Clerk. Promotes Digestion.Cheerrut-
acres________________ ____30 3s 17e .A I 59 Approved Sept. 18lh. 1901. nessandRest-Conteins fOTNABCOTIC. .
August Buialng_-__...nw!'. of ne!4'of sw>4'--- .____30 3s lie 8 2 30 F. P. CONE, Mayor. DprumJ.lorphine nor lfmera1. .j
L K M Heiberger, heirs ", .-
of..--___..---__.....seJ.( of ne'! leis 10 acres off Plump checks, flushed with the t
w side and less 2 acres in j
and complexion
soft of health, a
se cor.._______.._. ._._.__33 3s 17e 27 '402CH t glow pure (4
Bhepperd......-__se}. of swJi__..___._..____._33s lie 40 210C make all women beautiful. &b I O u11rX.u.fL'D.P11t'JlE/l ::
H Shepperd___\.20 acres off w side of e!_ of Uerbine imparts: strength and vitality d.rl-
nw>j and w>_ of w>j__ ._m 3 4s lie ISO 787 to the system, and the rosy hue R MX MAJ4 Jinn SJb* .
V J Herlong__________nwKiuf nwU and se4 of r. of health to the cheeks. Price 50 .iaiie.fud $ I In -
WI+------ ..._._.. __________11 5s 17e fiO 2 07 I cents. G.Y. Price. t J
vJHerlong-eofuet-j.---------------13 5s 17e 80 177 I I =.ruts :

V J Herlong_________..e'j of se'i ._..___.. .__ -.21 | I I It will not worry Foraker a little
wj-iofswlj.------. .. -__ _.22(5s lie 160 605 i Us -
V J Herlong_______ ____se'.' ofse1: '..___...-_ _. ____._25 5s 17e 40 177 | bit to reconcile the Ouij plank in
VJHerlong___________-w i and sw vj of be4'-------2J 5s 17e 310 C 23 Ii j favor of free trade in negro suffrage i Apcrfect Remedy for Constipation
VJHerlong-________.se'4of ne>; ar.d wS of ne4 i hill the South with eighty-five per ,Sour Stonuch.Diairhoea
and nw'4 ani seVjf. ...___ .31))1w I i cent citizenship in Porto Ri<.o.I .ConvulsionsJeverish- F 0 <
!.. of wji andse'4 of stva3'3! f as 17e 640 1755VJHerlong versatile ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. 0 r V 8 r
Joey B. i ; one of the most :
--__-.__wCof! neU-----------------3 2 5s lie 80 177 --- <
VJ Herlong---------__sw'.'of bW,:&._.. _. h..U_ 4 6s 17e 40 1 2fiVJHerlong | acrobats in the Republican circus. lac Simile Signature of
____ -__- ..sel"'of sett. ... ... __._._ 5 6s He10 128 i ---
V J Herlong-----------sw'4--------------------- 51 OASTOrt.A.Beall &&ffZ KNEW Thirty Years

ne>4 of ne1/ and w!! of ne'4' / the _/ 1e Kcnd Ydl Hare Map Biliz ft9igBatate YOHK. :

and nwi an! swi4' of sw' \ J1.p.. .
and ne}. of s" jLi and nw'f | !
of .
ofse! andeU, of sell-- 6 j Us 17e 680 U 38: ..
V J Ilerlong_______.._..nji and swfj and? set{ leas 50 j -- LPPCB.
acres fj n aide ._ -- .- --. 7)) I CASTORIA
all _._...._ .u.._ _. ______ 4} J NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ,
w!=-'-- _-__ ._ __- ____Om 9) Us 17e liv 27 SO i I Dt-partuirnt of fie Interior. EXACT COPrOE
VJHerlong_..________efuf8el4._.._________u_._. 9 Us 17e w 2 KVJHerloog > Land Ontcr aiuaiiu-MilU-. < ......,. ., '11'

_______-._.swj. ofnw'*'__ ..___. .____.__.17 6s He 40 128 i i I Notice- toiTrtiy eivcn Sritlrmbcr that the Irt. following l'IIIll .- -: ..:::,-. :.. -.:. .: .#.. -.-: .. --t.THt.::CENTAUR. --CONLANT..IN-- ,. ;:. -'..O"--Cm.Not -' -- :
VJHerlong---_______-w'i-_- .---.___________.-. ._-13)) I t named h.Htlrr has tiled notice ot his nitdi-
w2 of nw!. and 6e,*. of nw4 [ turn to make liu.il profit in stt|>(ort ot his I
j claim. and that said proot will tie mad be- !
and __
of 19 ) sl7e UO 1428
sw.4 j tore clerk circuit court at Lake City. Ha.. r..
VJHerlonllmw' of ne' 'andne}'of nw'. .ao 6s lie ia 3 9.. :I on October-Jrt, t"'1. \-izs William Moses 11. neck .
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J M Motry-w}, oltitl4 and ie .i ofse., __ 2 7s: le 120 376 .. ut lake (',I\. I'1 L. hd. ?4.i> lor tie se ;
Ga & Fla Hound Tim- qr. ot sw qr. sec :U if. 3 s. r 17 e.He .

her Uo. ..---,------a'Lu-.. .. .____. .. _. ..____ 4) j i i his continuous l,1.1m..lht'residence following witnesses upon and to culuva-prose .
all__ 5 lion ot said land. t iz. N. E.Pearce Lulu, .arro. .rI
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i }o'la..1t. li fox J. O. Evans and J. C. Ilavird t ti
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-sou------- --- -- ---- -------- ti !
: ot Lake City. KlaI 'Th; s 1
all------------------------- I W. G. RouiSsON, l.gblt'r. t Covet"
aU .__ _-__ _--___ ._____ ____u 8 I .

Q1 & i'la Hound Timber -all--------------------------,9J2s IRe 40UI'4 61159 i PERFECT COSTEHTarST IS WiN I!' THE HITCHES. HEALTHFUL MUM, I ;

Co all --18 I I DAINTILY S-.K'/E3, MAKE UA til-AST TO SrET ITS FATE." 1<
n----m---- --- -- --
: all except navvy; of se.'r---===17(2slSe 1240 2125 j-"F E fltit"-- I Write for Cataloiit ot IOU tLfitreat camti eat ou vt the for prcjuctiom of the Triad tIk t-
EmelyEKeennwf! of sash-----------------17 2s We 40 128 I Cent:ary, and, 'tor a modest outlay make life trvrtk lil/lf.It I
{\<\ \\ f'l\ 111m- 1
berpp--______ -. all except sw>4 of nw>4_ ____18 2s 18e GOO 1034Ga I INVESTIGATE _
& Fla Round Timber :

Co---------------all------------------- _______.19 i To raise fruit Y "Y
all-_--____. __ ______--._____,20ValUi good Y
__._oo____ I.i____1--21 ) 2s 18e 1920: 3280 ;: : V/ffLJllllrllf/Jffifj': 1e 1-
Ga & Fla Round Tim- you must have Potash.

berCo_--. _________--sw,1 of swtf------_23 2s IRe 40 112
{}a & Fla Round Timer I Fertilizers I t 3t*-t rtfcme of forf!)years Ixpetmat 1t

Co-------------.w!; of w.l4'--------__________25 2s 18e 80 1 "3Ga'&FUi I containing t it t'Adorn the force

'ber Vo------Round___Tim-_____ne ofse'i m'm__-- ------26 2s IRe 40 1 12 I! at least 8 to 10% of } .t. \ 1' }0. *t\l conomizein fuel '
CF McKhann s'i of sei __ J_ 28 2s ISe m 1 76Ga i I t s a i -.I flake Glad the households Queen.
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& Fla Round Timber Potash will best
Co.-_' ___ .__..n'':_ _____ __ ___ -.__. ___-__27 2s 13e 3'!0 5 iO| give : .: 'f

Ga & Fla Round. Timber : results fruits of all Gf AhrfEf BY [
o---------------------------------------------; 2s 18e 320 370Ga : on U I
( & Fla Round Timber I

('o---------------n's and' n,'.-: of. s---------. 29. 2s hie 4RO II 38, kinds.I ; AtllJP5BllllORFF'L1FD rftJ
Ca&Fla Tim-
ber o4.-: ___. __n'4 and n!i of sV. <------.-----30 2s He 4fiO! 8 38 ,1VAStiV1 LLI+ TENI
Unknown. .-- -- -----seiyand se l--------------- 7 4s ISe 40 131CF I Write t; r our pamphlets hich shouIJ 1 tJ

McKhann.. -----;---sey of nejand w1* of ncl4andseV j l/e ii every farmers library ,aii .aa .,
,'-.---. -u__ 8 3s ISe 120 272 :i They arc sent free.
Moses..>;, Vaughn. ______lot 33. acre in se corner "IT IS WRITTEN""National I n f
ne div of Lake City 299 GERMAN KALI WORKS, l
----- !_
I Steel Ranges are the. "Never had a store to bake as i
Wallace Kirby----- --.lots 45 and 50 ne div of Lake II I 93 Nassau SL. New Yorky best i
City.--------------------- ....> 44i evenly and quickly. d
SS Keen______.________tots 57 and 58 part of. Benin I -- H. M. PRICE, Mobile, Ala. MRS.EU.EB TuBS,KashnUt r 1
at nw corner lot 58 run e y Abundance or hot water always II houseeeping lever d
II furnished." In JO years :;
420 feet s 105 ft w 210 ft n t
85ftw210ftn20ft to beginning 1 I KodolDyspepsia W.R.BaiNGHrasT, CIarlsvi:1.. had a stove RSV.J.B.ESWIS io pleasiag..N'as1atillr. l

ne div of Lake "After one year's hard service, f.-':
City---------------------- .70 3\5 in perfect condition." J "I am sure there is none superior." f.r
S S Keen.____________lot :39 s'i nw div Lake City_ J i 474 FANNING ORPHAN SCHOOL. Nashville. "' J.T.AITASX. Sopenntrat! t..
S S Keen_____-_ ._.-_-Iot47 nw div Lake City----.. .1 1095 '4,"let V'crksAa.bT"r.
Irs It II Lovler__:___.lots 54 and 55 nw div Lake Cure "Not one-half.the fuel required
City----------------------- .2 820 as formerly. W "The National, the lest range _.

S S Keen____________.lotfiii frac nw div of Lake MATRON VA-TOEKBILT CNVERSTV. in. use."
Digests what C. J. CCSTEB.Hiklniia 11.
City----------------------- 75 745 you eat.It "Have never seen one I would
JSFunk___________ ___lot 78 nw div of Lake City 4.!_ 975 artificially digests the food and aids exchange it for." "Takes less wood and less time."
Carrie Brown__________blk D of "
elf a 4 acre lot Nature In strengthening and recon- B. N STYATTOY, Nishvillc. T.J.Donn,CW.i bounded n by RU e by Ida I 1 structing the exhausted digestive or- I
Henry s by Louis Hogan n gans. It is the latest discovered digest- J
div of Lake City------- V2U 354 ant and tonic. No other preparation E LET US SEND YOU A BOOK Of LETTERS OF ROM;IL\DAT10fl\

Unknown. __-__ _____lot 87 st.. of, nw1;. n div;I of sLake : can approach It in efficiency it instantly DON'T EXPERIMENT j j, BUY WHAT YOU KNOW TO BE GOOD.
: .... _
City: : 12 i 2130 relieves and permanently cures
W Wilson_____ ___ -lot 11-18 I '},(Lv Lake City 50 1 3SJSFunk Dyspepsia, Indigestion Heartburn
______________ srovts TRWAKCUSSWAU 1OOf\G f
,JoU2iU: > 11\ I\w corner 123 }Flatulence Sour Stomach, Nausea, MASTtLSOUCCNS'AARC ClAUS
ft e anti w. by 'Ua ft n andsudlvofLadeCity Sick Headache,GastralRia.Crampsand CHt.A 1015 RfIENTWTORS
__.n 1 1403 all other results of imperfect digestion.Price r
Mrs L J DurtoD..lotwllwdl\"otLake.ity_ '.; 1143 We.and IL LargegiieamtainsZH PHILLIPS 1 & BUTTORFF MFG. CO. X NASHVILLE .,
VU Moody---.--------Iot44bw!4 cdivOf LakeCity 25 790 sma1).e ze.Book aU aboutdyspepsl&malle free
York Muell.____. :____\\ot 2 t.c div of Lake'City.- .10 416 Prepared ty E. C.WITT-A CO..C lca; -- --
Lingo Hamilton _______M3t. > TOby 70 feet inliw eor- 1'
ner'towu of Fort White. .. .10 323 ---- ---_ __ _.. -- .=-
Unknown. .-__t.- _-_ ..*}P t39townolort\1'hite; ; .__. .__, "..1 37U


T;ax Collector Columbia County Florida.

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LOOK! A STITCH IN TIME Senator Wellington's mouth teems i
-4 1 4t1 W
Saves nine. Hughes' Tonic (taste", to haveproven his Waterloo.

pleasant), taken iu early Spring and
Fall prevents chills, dengue and malarial I 1 I
fevers. Acts on the liver, tones .
up the system. Better than calamel I cM j I II
and quinine. Contains no ar enic.

Guaranteed, try it. At drupgists.Me : _
and $1 bottles.. aprl3'0l y J

It is to be presi.me 1 that Admiral Ferry'iBeedJ we t AllLtL
McGint/will be in command of the known the country over MIk
*a.u.eli.el.H..d.tbd 4
fleet that Spain threatens to send U Don
GUI bought I sac. $ '
against Morocco. nickel on ch.ap.eedN sad kM a ) __rr-
dollar oa tha Iarytai. \
-- 1901 Seed Annul free.

13eare t6. iM Kind 1aI Nay Ahaps'- I Dttnlt, Hick. I I

BIpaWt 1J1 _
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h d.1 74' .. THE CITt2E[N.JnEPORTEFt 1

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i UMMER is here and those.
REFRIGERATORS. I egtn who start

I September LAKE CITY 19th, FLU., 1911. \) I 1 righVwill go through the whole summer 4:

Special 9 I Ia honor to the reqaesi of Mr. i season with little trouble. A faint of Mala- -

& & Offer. 9. .i noase.-elt, the coining President: Righ t.! rial poisoning in your blood today will last

we, the Missionary Baptists pf the until{ the Faff unless
lbs of Ice TOA.\'OI'eBU\'INO a Refrigerator it I you drive it out now.
Bethel Baptist church
held | Blood Medicines
,' can't cure Malaria}
;< .. poison-
of ue within the a memorial r .- ,
us t bare meeting .in Wpeou
.. > Ten the U of
;;'":: room form} New Ton Machine. When Installed ing. The antidote for Malaria poisoning is r
fill give me IVtcna daily capacity, and McKinley, who died on the JOHNSON'S
':"' ; TONIC.
;0; i Cold Storage all the year round. 13th. j

< t'fA.: Mann, Lake City Fla. n Rev. I. M. Milton, pastor, led off The sickest man is not always in bed. The meanest kind

-.. .,..,.,..';;'. in speaking of the president. Hev. I: of sickness is just to be ableto '
:> 4>4>4>4>' 4)4>* <>* ...AA.... < .. E. Allen responded. i attend to one's duties. With
MWF l >**$>* ."r.tnm: rich blood in your veins with
xra" 4 .. Rev, Isaac Hart, superintendent of you pleasure, the work
that becomes
:- an arduous task for half well
Sabbath '
school :
-.' read a paper of con people. :

** -\ (.)..().( .).1(. >t( )+()."(>t() )"( ).(> ,.. d Augustus lence. Alexander I j Why don't you take JOHNSON'S TONIC ? It.is the r -
.... >
..}; spoke of the : World's Greatest Medicine. The dealer makes less
nobility of President IcInnle money on : -
H TONIC than
on other kind.
Rev. McClinton spoke of some of any Now remember

B the great works of the president. that yoar health is your business and making money is his '

J. H. Briggs H Congregation sang "My Countr business. -
'Tis of Thee" selected by U. P. It would better to ;
pay you
Sparks. twenty-five miles to get a '
rather than
Rev. D. P. use the cheap kind
,F K I Sparks poke of some of -
] that
[ Located in the Rear end of the Perry Block, on Orange St. K) I! the benefits the nation has received i! pays more profit to the-dealer. l .
f'A.Large Supply of Plumbing Haterial.MJERS 1 tration.through the president's: 'administra- Moneymaking and Life-saving don't run very close togeth ,

;" i I er. JOHNSON'S TONIC is the kind that
: RECEIVE PROMPT cures. It is 100 times -
ATTENTION.A Congregation sang "Nearer My
'. GoTto better than Quinine. Does in one day what slow
4 x Thee .selected by I. M. Milton j Quinine }
,. j cannot do ia ten
,, pastor. days. '
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Prayer by Prof. Richard' +un. i insist upon having the World's Greatest Medicine :
Dismission "
hymn"Safe in the [ .
Arms of Jesus." |

Congregation ordered a copy of i JOHNSON'S CHILL and FEVER TONIC.

411 SEABOARD AIRLINE this to be published in the ClTizi N- :

r' _. Eitrtct hem t Litter ttttiOryltvilU It has been
.- I on the market for the <

S. C., Aormt it, U&9. post seventeen years, and steady
TRAINS FOR PUBLICATION. higher to-day as a curative agent

RAILWAY IX'partntent (.f t le Interior I|I At Ua we of 90, with S JeaN of active than any other medicine made.
LaudiiltlctraiUain.'svill-. Hi.. I i pneuce I am a careful observer sad Take a thorough course of JOHN
.1Iii1 DAILY SERVICE i I tious la tudnnilng propneWj egoSON'S TONIC and enjoy that keen _
Sf.tfUibiT'r 16. M.I. i medicines, "
.'11.... Nutice Is tierrl.y ri 'eu thai Ihf tullovr.rg ICUeou.cieaUUuluDdone101lJ0IlNSOIi'1 I pleasure in life t '
: 61W III j l'TlIERIl Dlti lo. ti.m nairvj saltier ba> tiled nulice ot big Inten CULL AaoFiTut Tone is one of tile best I thoroughly well .r
..,f _I L-I :7 _:1 _5t to. make tail |>io>t in .UI'I..rt... his cnniMnttiuu
i claim and temetllet for Chni.ItIId river I'
,,,,, U al| 7 upt 4 $>p, Lv JackoODYIII..I.- :: 93)3.: 8 tore rli-rkcircuit that said pea t wi'l roe wad 'x- hT .?,r used. It Coats 50 cents a bottle Get it '
2up correct the
tout at fair tltuted *ecnttou -
11 3ua t 6 it: fit.
| imp Ar Baldwin-__ .... ,
.tt. I IIUJ: Id U7 a, a OS p <>ai"ctulxriu.IHIj. \\iiitauiMis-.11: of Ue Uf er,reitore eouleaeu,tad t0-daY. -
171" Y \ aldo __. .___ U .ict. n-
4U a 10 e c t Lake .
( ,
lip 'if" Klo. h 1. '
t..p 1137 pi-... Uames>uie _rrZ ...! .. .. :1 6 fur t e se peom.h..bsorptioR aadualmlIaUOIIor rOOd
-- liisp, igrotswyr..cc.ti .
lit a' _,._. i "Cedar _...... ._.... I tj..5r.: r1:c tiles f1III111IIII .
hey----- Or.: 1",__..__ He name,the t ilotiu tile Irnliflfctteni mnml tot it.TMatlUTi tl
4 >o p,lt1\al. ,-.. "Silver lring.h ._. ____.._.1s.: >t'' ..._ .' ,, big"*.ntituiiusrrvidtiUe uanosfs,. to .rme ;
a.ap I a >>a'.--. I cicalaWtldwood___......._. .-...-, 1 itp! luia turn 01 said laud tv N ui1 u and ccltna* A. B. CIRARDEAU,
IMujSSIauosp. _......._.. Kla-.i;. 11 (' IS.IVarcr.ot Lulu, T. t, I ,
"allp :SUa aX. J. O. I\'an- n" iiu. X IX
+. 1"5i>! 7 .a -. Leesburg-----._..,__ ------1-| 5 HP S.Ja: ot Lake(lltv. Fla. t sad J.C llixird, : SAVANNAH GA.
.._.f" ._. .. I
,, :* ...._.. S M 4 W
>P G.
11 !lip' 1-11I&,_.... Orlando_ -__.__.i .._.l I 5 10 p 73Ja a RoBlNsu, Register.DAXKRUirrCY i.
tt a Ie S1 a _.....i 1 Winter Park -----.l-------i- a:P ..... : .
7 uual') be a'-'-* Dade city_..........--I.-t! i 4 U 4 uu' -- -
y. 1::a, IIlp'_j "Plant City...._.___._',.._....i i 4 &4 pi pi!! 5 11)al I I54upi NOTICE.In !
Wtua. Ti&p. ----.': TumnaIMpi _.......... .j; < 1.Ha the matter of I .1K.
_' 'U&II'P"I'I I A. H. Hart.In Bankruptcy i IIAWKES .

-..... 4ws; :w*'!-.-._ i lIankru t. t -
| Connection made at Fernandina :'Stmtliern District of Florida. S. s. I The Famous Atlanta Optician. .
.-. i with Cumberland route '" On this eighth A'uxust ,
steamers ot
"_ day A. D. 1001 c R'
:, i leaving }'t'rD.1ndinllJu p. m. daily 'I grading tar 1..rt'gU)0 iietition, it is ,
: F. ( except Sunday Ordered l>v the Court that a hearing 1 eI '
arriving Brunswick
I I upon the same upon the seventh
,' I. op. UI.'Wt' OctoU-r.\. 1) imi. hrtore said court at Jacksonille. I
tttl"o. in said distiict. at ten otlock in 4L 4Ld
the r..n.n..o. and tbal
.. notice thereof be <
: I I- i
.__ Leave Fernandina for Jack,ou- ::'published in the Ciri/t\-ljtpouim :
--:.- ---| a rille 7:40 new-iapt'r printed i 10 said ,
J : distru
___ __ .,11 17 a a, m. and4:50p. m. ,, all known i'ml Hols and tb-r and in ii]
.. ,
; .II'! lIS P I, Interest may apprarat the said time aui i
.h.1ltUp_ Arrivals Jacksonville from the i, place' and shott cause. it any they have
-.- > 15 III North and East why the praer 01 the said titiuntf
1'- No.3. 8:5a. m., No. J I be p> shoal
: "',- J Sgi'27 notT" granted
9laa. rn./No. 31 6:10 p. m. From I And it is further ordered by the court,
-'wl I
.. ... .... : p the West No. 2 7 5 p. m. From the '.I that the clerk snail send by mall to all
.. ..
::- w 5! P South No. knou creditors copies ot eats: >
.. 24 at 8 a.m., No. 66 at';'this pi utn n and
-- -I 3 order addreved to tlir.a at tbrir
....... 1 uba:3.i5 p. m.kMtheFtaand ., places ot residence as stated.Vitnevs '
: _- !. \ the! Hoaoraiile Jame 1:'. Locke,
iUilL'jol Mid court, and the seal tbereot. at
Metropolitan Limited, vestibuled train between ,tile, insaiddi.irUt on the eighth .
Vtfeaod New York Ua: > nt August. \. U 1'UI. !
(HM i via Richmond and Washington including draw f f! (,t.u.I. t:. O. [.o(',,!. Clerk. I
buflet I
sleeping cars between Jacksonville _- -.

Kflbud Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train consi.i of day I .....
II. A. WILSON .....
lUba I ;:afe and express cars between Jacksonville and Wash ....-. MEDALHighest sCOLD

IPiiUman sleepers between Jacksonville and New York.
for Key Welt and Ua anna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tues- i Award Diploma ot Jlom.r _
gi 11:00 p. m. ? 7

l1silsleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. ESTABLISHED I87O. '

oa at City Ticket office 202 W. Bay street. Telephone 2t50. I T-

.. JAS. M. BARK, R- E. L. BUNCH r : These, Famous: Cla.s<>s for Sale by -

Gent Sup't Gen. Pass. Agent.

Portsmouth, Va. Watts & Son Eyesight Tested Free. '
; Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. ,
_u e.UNDE .lu IIQ-llawk..,'classes are never peddled. Be.ure that "Han-kes" is stamped on frame. K

| *fli SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. i I may-. .---. 's >

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\";:=Schedule'In Effect August 1st, 1901. I i lr 7IKELaseCitq ; ; 1 J -

F'2a.: : -
RIe Quick' I DixieFljer
$l CWD. KJyer.A.M.. btep. .: NOKTHUOL'XDLn .. I Collins and Caskets all Styles andPrices. !

AM. _f M6U : Onlm Pntun-llv Filled I I ,

*,.,-Xtei* 'O--L"i PalatkaFlorabome 613 Ii ----..- .- .
Yatlkea 857 J i i:

/;-{: UrllQllll t'U41 t I 7 all Hampton 'HI; Is the distinctive characteristic of our j I| ;
a 105 7 s\ "saiupst.u city 7-L THE OLD RELIABLE
Tlnu Li I II 3J Lake Butler fill Men's, Women's 1,1
and ,
Boys' Children's
CurtrieAihbur : 611 I II uu ; LJleitiy II W
p"Araw j II Jt I \\bur S|,rings& 1In I I.
'. JJ6 I 953 ''I JavierJenuings 9Vlu ti
+,Tiiwa null I 111 IT I *'> SPRING and SUMMERCLOTHING
tutuaVilUaoa .11': hI 31 i Lake! Park HI ;*! + b .
IlVb 11 (6
I 4U luii |Ar Valdir.taaldusti
"",1' 4 JK Ui.. ILv I \ Ill!,> I, v.
llcut i.. 444SS5 tI 4.i H11M HearlpiueAdrl 11 Still> tl I

Yal4 .t1 .3d JI57iu I il i' Clark, 1Puk = 'i t A : Ii jI jIH1
t&u ib0 !''Ar.!' lit ton I=
w Jeaatap 6 11 : "Lv. 'I'i lion I. 4.:> ,
Jaalrr 6J37W i 'i! H AibburnAraiu 1i I :
-.ile \
ngs I Ii NO STOCK in the : .
t CIty 1 3.0 SUN :,14lo I
-'SOl Uk Butler i sin 92:; I, Vienna 1 f equals ours in QUANTITY:
CIty II 1d :9 JII ruadilUlirurauia 2 11 QUALITY, VARIETY, r
au.ItIID. 0t.1 3w 4 or general excellence of STYLE and FINISH -
.fMa... II 4; 3:1 Kathleen and 'i
,P UUj IDS Ar. Macon 3 :;0 oil EQUAL QUALITY ': q

.- P 11 PM ___-_ -_ ,A M I t.
sc iot'LES.iT JeNCTIOllroIS1'S.. tuApt at1K Oiir Prices Always Lead. :L

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f', .-+ a m' pin Mi -
.491fttl 7511 Ar Waycroviam : III 15; a 2u
Ladies' lulior-Uade
; )ta5 1"m Suits, '
-tt: m a mj p iilp( iii' LY TiftonVf : 3 *, Waists, Skirts Underskirts r

.,: ': Iii 11w 4 l! "II Si': ArThoiuasrille- I Ib'u p in am pit LIVE OAKWHISKEY I Corsets, Neckwear, Under

P. II a ma, n1, a' M', Lr Vald<*>ta aui i u' It SIuau wear, In especially exclusive '
I"III t > Ar Tbomasrille"L (I 111 II IV ,
a Wh 4.[! 'JJ 9 3u< t m, a in selections .. I,
'" ti!! .,ibmi I Valdosta sal I Itl 5S-; -4
: -
; ltw; t
i I
.f Jacksonville
\ f amiArJatktonMlie MAIL ORDERS
i'IIIOi y
s; "p I-v Lake nutkr Oti I
211 ,
110 :i it m: a inK 5ollcite Careful attention, and shipments C.O.D.
a* S.,1 H W SOFTENED BY AGE. ,r .
rt I I.YSaIDJI"fQ'ily with privilege of examining before -
-+ ; % r0: I IIIIU"" paying. ( l _
.. .Irlaiur.rUk '"
1 I I Correspondence invited;--'a .
'_ itiniid Cold Medal it Mutt> EUH csitiu !
t :, -
: lDa J1Ut'ItSlinday, t Sunday only. .' __._ I ,= -=" -==- -'C>-o= = '" }

ka.thronb 1r1Nerli 'r.a'un acid J.1:*: IS THE BEST AND PUREST
(JUII and Pullmao

..M4 uL Uroib knleaSHAty depot coach 11.:101 anj: P.l.ical m.. sl an.l.-eprr remams hrtw-.wu, in unlo'P"t.M1k1 .Jlacun.lrl.t ant 00 i'II.\rrt:urn: WHISKEY SOLDIN B. H. Levy & BroJ

LEY train, brtwrrn ]Marui and- i'.1lalo t_. It nllll..,.G. THE SOUTH. I i

evident, General 1'a.:,ener Aen: tf
,""" '
'.7: '.1bco GA. SAVANNAH, GE011GIA. Ii
1'.p A., HAKKV BURNS, F. I). A:' I .

tJaDtaGa., .1w. Bay: St., Jacksonville, i'fV CINCINNATI U. S. A. ---- I

/- .

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'S'OraM.qr asp. -. ; ".''!''' ytr'.:::.y'- ''" cg --:! -.P.6'_: ''F__"'" --:""",__' _-"'. ;''''?'>;g -.s+r-s a=..c-=-=;-. ". -,'..,,.,_, ,'_ < ..., ".'.>;:-; -;>." .".. ,..-.- ,- .- 'r "4'f ,,..



THE CITIZEN-REPORTER: Established 1874 -

E .
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Summer Rates. I SaattfwCe S'tHX* I .

.I Lowest straight and summer tourist

"THE BABIES' FRIEND." a' quarter of a cen rates, ,to the north, west and Nine;. : NEiB
ljOR Foley's Honey and southwest via the Louurillc an.li NJ.iSA 1
r i has been curing Nashville I:. R' The Louisville and ,I I I Tenths

f Oj, of croup and !Nashville It R. oITtr. the lowest ": r. __ ;
In that time straight rjtes tu all paints tbroujrh- "-
%{ it has saved thousands of little I, OJt west the, and nJrtb summer, iirthest tourist and tickets bouth-to *,' ofall Pure Juices; from Natural Roots '

lives and.every year it goes on 'all lake an'l mountain resorts j the

1 1 !_ saving more. Physicians who throjgh the noi th and northwest, also tEGUJ.ATESH! Livers Sl racha Blrp
d << !
have .tested it know Foley"s to the Pacific coast. Through s

HCtY' Honey and Tar is the best 1 sleeping car tic. .et-> sold to Cinci.i- PeopleSuffer L! ar1SS3 the SJ 1J Purifies the Boat!
man ; nail Luii itl. Naahullc, St. I icine fpr little folks I.'hkaoand; Nt-\. Ott.'ans. IVr detailed -
/ much superior to the old time informntii n. of the perfect tJRLS MaGria! ni'.if !r es S J'CDi1 lat!; : i

Throat r t muriate ammonia mixtures, so passenger ....M.Tsee olforvd by the I... u Wiak S.oalacti. t.r biairgd!: J D. -
'' often prescribed by doctors, and ',,, ,. "leepsnjr car lme:', and for rates
aIN which are so often ineffective.It's recMali amt auIk"ir.tJ inforin- Hofils Gjsnriajfries' b '
Emy : EIxESatW
and Dlo p1 ed f
entirely free from opiates .
.ititM call it's unconditionally guaranteed. 1 J. : =' u Gr:::: uO..rL-l, S:>artl. 'inosi1,
.kin'!, Florida passenger agent, Jack-
EtJLEYDcD Little folks like it. '.sum'illel'lt. ('. Ij Stone, fcneralpasicnuer f.' CO Cents.Frepred -i

' BANNER SALVE is the ( atfent Louisrille., Ky. j
+ (HICA60 Yl healer known. greatest -. --- by JAMES F. BALLARO. St. loui,te, -1 "

I Still! the Cl.kasro officials are.i probably /i!i 3ca3.,4af reritr0. #iPle lt3ast3f4ii cfttt*& $ -
right in thinking hogs :I:> .scacner'for \- < fl'

Sold by Geo. W. Price. ': that city would be an Sold by Geo. W. Price.iiHimiiBiBHiHIiniHiilHimiHIiHHH. :

: : provement on the present iml F

force. t
J. .D. CALLAWAY, Dr. W. H. Ives, Jr. I === .: .

: The World's Greatest Fever


INSURANCE AGENT LAKE CITY, FL.P O E 113. Johnson's' Tonic does; in a day what !

Lake,City, Fla. _ _. .. slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. and
Its splendid cures are in striking contrast Spring
T. B. OLIVER.ATTORNY with the. feeble cures mabe by t( | Summerj i 1

OTIS R. PARKER, -AT- LAW. i Quinine.If you are utterly wretched, take a 4 Your ant.of even kuiUcan lie promptly and sail'- ttt 6
LIKE CITr.f6A. MH fact.rilrThe_ largest and must beaulilul collection vf JhliiDa'J1re,
thorough course of JUhnson's'I'onic )*1 have tier presented awaits you
Attorney -. At Law. COYYERCLCOLLECTIOXS ''aj'ddme out every trace of mala- kt Mf i
ASPECHLTV. rial aOisonin;!. The wise insure theirs I' SPRING AND f
LAKE CITY, FLORIDA. Office Marion street up stairs over Mr lives and the vvi .er insure their' SUMMER HATS m
T. A. Perr*'s.building toiinerly occupied b y { a
health usin Johnson's Chill and' ..
lloozrr ACallawayPractice by !! / Together with a ,completeline of all kinds of hrst-cljus liniiacrf Mt :
1 ---- ---- in all Mate Courts,prompt atten- fever Tonic. It costs 5U: cents if it 1 avaitiour pleasure. Out-ot-lon-i orders re..tlve.prompt! atteatioiL r
MNt&t =: :
clan to Moi igaues and need::;
allknowI cures: not one cent if it does notei ; 1
DR. E. RIVIERE I I draw {' L* taken. W-.7


3 Office. upstairsin LAKE l'TY.'u the rear of Price's DrugStore. : -- -=-=- __ ; -==_: = Lake ('it*. Fla.Sept. 3>tb. Mil. I .v....... ............ ..... -... _.. ; j I
The (Count (oninnvsioneri of Columbia
i .
NOTICE. County. Florid ink lit. sealed proio.sals tor ...$...f.;....o. ....,.._;..$9to.\.l__...4! !. ef61.n.nnn 4 t>
the erection and completion ol the Culum- i
To all whom it may conc'rn.
''biai'ounl .
Court House according to the
Notice is hereby given that it i-> my intention '
J. L. NIBLACK:, to issue thirty fail days alter this plans. and s'.ilkah..I1'1 prepared b* Archi- -
nIL .
r'rank I' Miilmrn ot Columbia C.
date a tax deed on Uhall tot the state ofI'lorida f l< ct S. 5'rr. -
PHYSICIAN ANDSUROTOX. to 1M.I'Mlhr''a.l.. tar and to the Plancan.l.Ieritii atiun. will \# on tlkeonand .' i i
lolluw described lands and In' ;; altn lit t'dr.tb. I")'!. at Court House
Residence Phone Ho41.. ling mi 1 in '. Io'loriol. ;
situate olumbia Horida.lwit. ( in and at the architect
Headquarters at WISE'S "Drugstore. All 'in, county...,.... miter'in(Columbia S.l'. !
The no ne ; ol 17 l]> 2 r 17 east. -Nmessages |
lett here *ill be Witness hand stal this3ulh Pajments arc to hl'mad. from time 10'
acres. my in I
promptly attended to.LAKE day August. 1'uI. bate: the: W..I" )Irogre,."". county war Tbtho Mnumn1i1
rants. The date the said I
county warrant:
L) U M S< tKlumnn.HClerk .
CITY, FLOlUD1.s i in.u.l Court. > are tola-come.payable will! lie agreed upon
| bythecontrai t.ira.nl County. :Commission-i i
., erson tier day. ol .lettingEach i i
,,,: .
hid i will tile A certified check on a'
i : well known lianK lor fIO' I. payable to the Georgia, Vermont and Italian Harblc.
P. J. BECKS- -
i 'I'rt't"uTt'r ot -lumnia' County' evidenceil 4
his bidiaccepted.hewill enter into I
Granite .
at CONTRACTOR AINID, BUILDER. i the sum.' $'5tJ..!lor the taith'ul urtormantcot T\ r ubll"1 Fences. Parties needing U:irbli IIIdrk \\lIll1nll it to "
his contract If be tails'to enter their interest tow rite us toe designs and prices All Work buaranted
.-'.-- : into contract within tltfeen ;15)) days the t
vj I link will be torUiled as liquidated dam- I
neeticaue.i All bids to : Valdosta Marble
liv delay beblett
...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... not 'later than l.'ocl. <.. k iioon.lkt ath Wil.
.;;1,1m IK."l..n.<1 }>u that day in presenceul c
j The i "U lll'.mmhsi"n..r* reserve the
1 CALL ON ME BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KINO OF WORK. I. r4hll.. i. j|i 41 j-iv and all .It.; 'I' 11007EK e (>- .

'''j I] Cb.linnalll"unh I'ommisbioneu !
y- :
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--------------WHrrE'S-CRE-AM I


______________ f -___.f Most ka Quantity. I) tt in Quality. (
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For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Oel. a 9es.
SOLD 11V ALL X>'t1GGSTS.. PS: I I i t tomPaa

I'repued b1_ 4* JAKZS f. BALLARD,* St. Lcuis.< u"H I I

KQONGLEET f C 'I d Cy(115E57
Sold by Geo. W. Price': ,: I F ravitsi -DEALEBIN-

,ANasnvilW i ):' APE SURE 11 i Cool Drinks, Fruits, Vegetables r

Gliauanoooo <&< St. Louis RIJ. "' '. ,KMl1CYf1 A:,..$Guru'1.CO.cp4..RX IT Msg.INUGZIST CO. U9.$ I 1K' g ( Tobaccos, Cigars, f

-. AND- ; y z

: Western and Atlantic R. R. 1'ura1.: ;>>' l'Jr'C; \\'. 1'ruc -t Nuts, Raisins, Apples, t

"Battlefi lds Line" --_ or-
; f' And Fine Candies.

Through sleepers to Chattanooga! X. ,;hille, and St..I.. uis. connecting in White -+$*- Bronze ; f
union for Ixiuiaville, !
depot Cincinnati Chicago, \lelUpJiisand M\XUFACTrKUK5 AXD BOTTLERS OF
all points West and Northwest.C. i
; NONUMF1'TS. if.ir i Soda Water, WarMiiparilla, Ae
Strawberry Ginger
B. HAUM IN, 0.1'. A.. Atlanta,Oa. T M. DunE. .'. I'. \.. Jacksonville. Kla. !
--. Seltzer .
Cider lite.
...:.:.-.,-",.-......-.._' .- I
Fire Storm>, Tornado id Cyclone Insurance. I :A'.;; IJ"I': .j :- -. .-: ,! ---J.-Davis- Manager.-

I '&.w'iF .U ," ';'

..' J AMERICAN: AND FOREIGN INSURANCE : 1' fr.! !1; 4 U l g. . . ;

l COMPANIES BEl'P.ESE.IT1Do"v ., i I" i i .

I5est Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjuatments. Old in business. i :!. ;;idfG'j- '=i_;_S-. o SUMMER I-IKAT
Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant IJlock. .-""- .

'.i L.-?, ." O The thermometer C
w.HSoonbe climbing to the Summer -
'- Chalker & Small Agts. I hiit mark. You will soon be wishing you ould
Are tuore enduring than stony better and V contrive' to get along without that awfully hot range C
i clieai .r. !:iul.irst>.| In scientists .t' O O
practuallr IndiMruetable. 'Von can
-- -
--- --
ace money br wntini; for design's TRY4 BLUE FLAMES
: /l;{ and" price
O 1O
Flame makes an ideal heat tar looking uuirk
O \>-> ni for ciilumi'ia .' unuMs "pnvenient and economicalehiitestoeouKaat O
Carriage Maker and Undertaker!
o "acncy tor Star \\indJnilsandTem- It costs but little ana Is a great labor sating deuce
J | ie lePumts and Tubular Well maker All All Mzes-witti or without cooking utensils
flis and Caskiisalwarson ha.:1 at reasonable prices Prompt W pines reduced junc7 j jGco. 1 O
attention to CALLS Day or Night. .. ji
W traded to 1'ekgraplorder. promptly at- O ---' -- i O

S. flacker & Son o ,

3 oi Try <)
rte' :

!clL an can 1

Ii b .
y Iron ( :
<: Afford

.t i 6Lin ;" I I It -

: I
j4 .I I

; _-- i M.\\tF\CTumR 01" I IDllo1s8EIi1 O You'll Have Better Meals! and the Cook a Better Temper.

: I carry the; most complc line ot r..k..r\' flu..rn- i

liupgies and wagons for tale and luilt to ord-r General Rei mrasiNCialtr. 4 mi, S MmIIm! I II twfces ware and me Tin-nare lowe,,;&considering in this City.quality Juht r 01 bat!;...,j you- want
O All work guaranteed I'arriase material tor sak aUo i
agent tor Marble Monuments and uraveJ. Stuuc :
-A DBuilding --
: '") < : Till-Roafiiii and Guttering a Sp6Gialtu.
0 A.. }.1'181'I11 I.- j l Material. i H

113-117 HAMILTO.V ::;Tn. LACK CITY, H.\.
O lnl.1ESTON, S. c'l ::=. J. D. STREETY. \. Q
::4 s s O O O O V. )5 .
matte vend .r Priv tyrtlt i g J