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: November 22, 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: UF00065510:00050
 Related Items
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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P 11 CltmlEat.ab.1888: r Ai{.S4,1900 LAKE CITY FLA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1901. Vol.28 No.2 -

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j'ng: : Joints ( family seemed extinct. As there f

and other no provision rulie for sjcti cases i ;
1' toes, arms,
.,. 1tf the convent here, the Maters inte- x
ie bqdy, are jointa that are ested themselves in finding a hop _

._....sadewollen by rheumatismeaadltwa I FOLLOW for her, and she was sent ti life wit :_ R

.... cJ the blood which I' THE CROWD I Ij a attending family Waverly the Waxerly anJ sehool.has -bc. .. a

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The girl's version of the story l Ot- >

:..=.c1md to mote, especially | in with that of her mother. She n '

.-iI. or_lying long, and their t I The people always appreciate good bargains-go with members of her childhood, of he } -;

3fc commonly' worse in j the people DRESS go vrong. Look in on us whether life in different convents and of he r '

TA -_ we'I 1 in need of GOODS or not, and you'll not regret stay in Lake City with Miller, whm a.

..........r. e it. You are always sure of the lowest prices and goods she says: is a cotton merchant then ; j
IM ten I bona time since we hue are just as represented. \Ve have opened up the most that be has a wife and several chi -

.flood' Sarsaparilla. My complete stock of DRY GOCDS, CLOTHING, SHOES and dren; that he has generally been kin Ito

.1--be troubled could not with do rheumatism without tt. NOTIONS ever displayed ii this market. Inspect our her, but has always impressed h-_.' : '

.tt a bT. and Uood'i Sanapa- line before purchasing elsew lere. with the fact that she was an orpha i IS a

.l GIlt medicine be can late that and a charge on his hi i Is. -
i him to take bis place in the Porter ft Glover's old stand. When she decided that there was L i

i IDA Dorr Sidney, Iowa. Lake City FlaHow J. L WELLS & COMPANY. mystery connected with her life b: : i "

accidentally coming into podaesii i
:'s Sarsaparillaand of a letter of Milier'a in regard t J :;

; .'", Pills herself, she made up her mind ; > .:

solve it. From this letter she 1'" 't
i'ib eaose oi rheumatism-no cured the names of several pal ti( i .r
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[implication can. Take them. arriviit :

times have changed, indeed I tHere STliANGETRUE of Miller a northerner, came thereto in Columbia, away from .Miller's I .- tf-.f '
Uarkbam's latest poem In- is Senator Hanna's old enemy, board.. He was an author and pionage, she opened up a correpi iiti : ''. ;
ence which led to the happy rcun.oiMrs. :. a
several books while
-I tfiat be b still very much ex-Governor Bradley, being called to wrote Dade entitled, one"For Twenty livingin Wilson received a letter la- :,
iover'the, situation. 1 I the White House to consult with the Years a Trauip," ur"A Trip Through Saturday from Columbia: that m.i! I. -

President about Kentucky patronage. Hell I," which purported to be a history her feel that she was at last II > .

4 r Ueestlte weakness, nervoug- A Kidnapped BaiiMer at Last of his own life and several of the made right arrangements track, and she to immediatel come in .
the laid in and around pe
s_ia the bide, flatulence, scenes were
vakefalnees, headache and The chrysanthemum has come back Dade City. Mrs. Wilson describes son and identify the l-ng-lo3t cbil .
Restored d to her Mon r.i who is
w buoying accompaniments of Miller as an erratic fellow. He wrote now quite a young lady, brigliand
into favor as a button-hole flower. pretty.
under the nom de plume of Peter
Berblne bra and
e ealBt, Price prompt 50 It. is an evidence of manly strength While at Mrs. Wilson's he I Imum. ; Tbe meeting was one long to be re- ;
i remedy membered by those who witnessed i: ?
to be able tostand up under one of became strongly infatuated with
-Prke: i lit-I It was full of a mother's emotion an 4,
tle Ixiula wno was then about
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them. FROM FLORIDA TO CAROLINA years of age, and Mrs. Wilson's love, of tears and gladness, and th" r :

i youngest child. I youg girl was enthusiastically: happy s
You Know What You are Taking
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I One day he and the child suddenly I too.The
UME, AND BRICK When you take Grove's Tasteless disappearcdand though thesurroanJ- !1! mother and daughter returne \

Chill Tonic because the formula is I W. F. Miller the Abductor, residesiu ing country was thoroughly searched, to Florida on the Seaboard yesterda. i 1 ,

.TFlOtlSltl 410 KCTAIL .plainly printed on every bottle show- This County Five Miles no trace could be found o'f the miss- morning, Mrs. Wilson telegraphic' ,
in advance of her gooJ luck, and
that it is simply iron and quinine North of Lake City.A ing ones. Weeks grew into months ing
ii THOMPSON. and every one almost despaired of family reunion was to take place o > f r

'in a tasteless form. No cure no pay. ever locating the child. Finally, I arriving at home, a married d-xusjli -

50 cents. most peculiar case of kidnapping ever, a clue was secured and hOW-I ter living in Key West having: been .
notified of what had happened. 't _
I child was traced to a convent
has just come to light and it I Augustine, Fla. This was Mrs. Wilson did not say w hat cours 'I

:: is reported that a Mr. W. F. Miller, months afterward. Mrs. Wilson went she would take in regard to Miller',
who resides in this county, is con- for her child, but on arriving at the inexplicable conduct; that she wa- i i

nected with the case. We have not convent she had much trouble in re- only full of love for everybody, bm

HOME MADE CANDY B covering the little one as it had been that she thought he should be punished = '
able Miller's side
f as jet been to get for his cruel treatment.
i placed in the convent under an assumed -
of the story, though its truth is I name, the stranger who bad She says that her father Capt. Job t j

1C. E. LEWIS CANDY COMPANY 9. discredited. The child in questionhas left it there claiming that the child's McNeil, went from Charleston t.. .,

Florida! when he r 3
dead and that the deceased was a young man.
U lived with }Miller's family at parents were -I
He has been dead Ha
V WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS father a friend of his, had many years. Y
3.3 .. Falling Creek for a number of years bequeathed it to him. Mrs. Wilson i was a soldier in the Indian war an-1 r 4

;" t Cream Parlor and Quick Lunch Orders. It but as to the rest of the story we obtained the child after a court proceeding was given a captaincy in the Unite i, a

,. .. know nothing authoritatively.The and returned with it to Dade States army for capturing Chief X -
cupocco. He was one of the original
AL STYLES. story as told by The State, a City. I' settlers of Dade
OYSTERS IN county. d -,
:.J : All went well now for a few months.
:: Columbia, S. C., newspaper is as follows Lake City, Miller's home, U ii ,;
There trace of Miller and he
"'? Fr Fresh Oysters Packed In Porcelain Packing was no
North .
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'lorida,2iJO miles from Mrs.Wilson's
nt0tJuuuuu .. : of But
CAU UP PHONE SO. was not prosecuted, course. $
does end here. A home in Dade City, whic.i:
the story not young
uuuuuuflnflul THE STORY. is near the southern extremity of th ,
= man by the name of Henderson, who $ _
A sens ational case of child-stealing had lived in a nearby village for a 'I peninsula. Yet it is very btraag *

has just developed in this city. It number of years and was known to I that with no greater distance between -

reads like a romance and is full of !,| tbe family, came over to Mrs. \Vilson's -I them, tbe mother was fo '
with a letter from a married years ignorance oftbe wherea-
incidents and thrilling de-
exciting r bouts of the child.
::" .zi tails. The theatre of enactment daughter of Mrs. Wilson, requesting A few after learninr aa"
| that little Loula be sent back with nighid ago, +
VAUGHN several states. The .
1 E. embraces curtain the stary, a representative of Th
week with -
Mr. Henderson to spend a
the first [
rises showing scene on
: State called on tbe Rev. Father Heg
I S her, she having seen little of tbe
an orange grove in the land of flow I arty, .of St. Peters Catholic churcl
_ .' !. j: DEALERIN ers. It is.a tale of kidnapping, of a child since its recovery. Mrs. Wilson !-I and asked him about the case. II

mother's heart-rending years of anxiety not suspecting anything wrong, said that it
:, was one night in Jul
Beef Pork Sausage child's lost identity, life in let the child go. But the letter '
ot a and final happy proved to be a forgery. Henderson last that a young' girl, about 14 year. II : -
a convent, etc.; a of age, came to the convent sayin.

'''' And Everything Handled by a First-class Butcher. I denouement in this city yesterday, disappeared girl could be and found.no trace After of the several little that she had come from Florida an, ;
restoration of the
resulting in tbe asked to be taken in. She he'
'/* CITY MARKET, PHONE:: 43. child to its mother after nine long : years Mrs. Wilson learned that her gave
but could
name Mary You.ng, no
colored child was in a convent in Selma, Ala.,
the and i -
Parlor near and watching
Groceries-Ice Cream and Sod Water years of waiting investigation proved that the give a clear account: of her antecv ,
Masot.ic Hall. aug30 of the many rebuffs of fate. dents. She bald that she had bjc t'

'..- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .., Loula Wilson, daughter of Mrs. L. little girl had already knew whither gone from she staying with a man named Miller an 1 >s
...... ..... ..... .... .. ... .. M. Wilson of Tampa, Fla., and granddaughter there, and no one his family who wete not relative, '
went Wilson after this
Mrs. received
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of the late Capt. but she could or would nut tell ivh

Neil of Dade City. Fla., was stolen : numerous letters purvortin she left them. ShesaiJ that she ha '' s
of the lost little '
iJi1iJi1iJi1tJjtJjtl fJHI}' from her home in Dade City nearly j I Ito give information be I come btraight from the depot to th '
of them alleging to
"_ LV one, some
nine ago, and was located in convent. Her muddle + :
years story was so
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: from the child, and requesting that
; 5 Mrs. Wilson -
Columbia yesterday. that the Mother Superior refused t > -
she be sent to her expenses
Watchmaker arrived in the city and identified her money pay take her in, and sue did not stay
1 home. She often took the
child and the two have re- '
long-lost single night in the convent. Liuone
jeweler and Optician. up turned to their borne in Florida. t t trips herself and sent money atdiffer- of thesistersof the convent feeing
ent times in answer to letters .
with this i pur-
Jhr factconnectvl: i remarkable sorry for the girl asked a Catb a
to give information, etc., but
'yS4j case: are stranger than j I porting lie lady, whom she bad beard say tn.t. 3 -
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be in vain. On
all proved to one occasion -
That Is our business-ana we are doing t \' fiction. Mrs 11 ilun was a widow of Mrs.Vil she wished to adopt such a girl, t i
our bent to please you ani. glr IOU flt\; living on au orange grove near Dade an older daughter take her and give her a home. Th -
p the bent kervlce. | son made a trip to Canada in the
"" of moderate
: ; She a unman done. The
was became dis-i.-ai
City. I was girl -
liverytbtng we do we warrait cannot : seeming fruitless search and to no r
,$' be done better anywhere. mean, sot.berrl.itfi the story, she received fled after awhile, and another Cat, ,
avail. Two a
.;; a man by the name ,; years ago olic took her and hr v'
Everything we sell we guar ntee, and .t ..II' a stranger > photograph of the little-girl, which lady gave i

t' protect you In your yurcta.se In every .- rr \lJ/ ----: < had been mailed on the train and home. t .P k -
and In -QualityOriJaate
wij-in Price < Father Hegarty that, fa '
tli1 says as
fitting of : gave no clue as to where she was, '-
Optician-Scientific he knows, the girl in some way got : i t
\ Spectacle Musical (,io"d>t.En- j but it was a satisfaction to know '?
with her- relative
\UI communication
'0<: I alive and she
still still
graving a Specialty that she was ,
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<; and that on Tuesday a lady came i ,
'-- \JJROBT. / prayed for the return of her little .
Columbia and, claiming the girl, c tried a
_ W A.A.I FEVERS c.a onion InOi .- r one. her away with her. This w. i
T. there arrived
J cvuaibom. LlUIll'eer. MUfc I Some months ago in
Fsas. UmeueM. liOurie the whole story, so far as Father lie -
in her
B. edRPRAL\s. Columbia a girl teens, who -
(U eHittftUAn.CLtKORK arty knew of it.
m cuuu Qulniy EpbQoIk!.. ,[l went to the Ursuline convent, where -
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m .m WUII plotle..r. she presented letters of introductionand
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,.! j. WOUMS. Dole Cr...... recommendation from a Mr. W. The weather indications for torao brow

E. E.I COl'CD" CM: InBaeBM.cuuaiLuvi. /aaaaoi F. Miller of Lake City, Fla., who introduced are hot Tom and Jerry. -
fleuruPBCHMMialA.P. her as Mary Young, stating,
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P.ICOLIC.1 .Brllvwke.la4.Blowa.. ii his letter to the Ursuline authorities n.
\ I' that the girl had been left this
_' .-Prevent MlbCABKIAGE.il .
EVERYBODY BLADDER DiSOBDEBS. : charge by a deceased friend and .
TO 'J il }KlUXKY A
DISEASES, M..se. KrartoM.CUBSllcen. that be was poor and unable to careI :
1.1. ( : U.re'. I tor and educate her; that she was of i

:[ !er hants who now-a-lays are those who buy in large Juaatities J. !l,1 BAD CO DITIO Y. gUrUc Coat. good character, smart and ambitious, !
r .iaaeh Suuen.6)c.
all. Th f iBAlceMfaw. 6&
_ of
CDUI either
that take
and they .
1 requesting
place .
and their goods within .each Subto Cue.Ten Bpadflo Book& .$7.At .
.":; poorest man in IIedJC\M eo.. Cor. William L Jui.nSi.NrrWYik. work her '
she could through F
5c. way
Varara.akTBAloa.seaYaaa. Known and soltmbJiereber Y
;]-bara Octagon soap 10c. 1-package Toothpicks school. lie added in his letter that

', Marge Wash Basin 10c. 1-glass Syrup Pot We. NERVOUS DEBILITY, it was her desire to come to South good crops ) -i

Bucket 10c. : Carolina, as her people had formerly are grollm.
': ( Marge Tin Lake City. VITAL WEAKNESSand { come from this State, but that tbe:
the lowest ever offered in Prostration from Over- I; Sold everywhere.
r_xr The above prices are 'IID\ are .I
-Immense line of Crockery, Hardware, Queensware V work or other causes.Humphreys' I ; I 1901 Annual FREE.,

:sail Groceries select from. Homeopathic Specifia O.a.BTOXlX.A.
to- No. as; in UN over 40 years,the only i Hue Bongt D. M. FIRRY A co.
V/RICHT. successrul remedy. jBMn. the I Detroit
fLF-M. E. rialor ec al ruffs IguM! rZ:;; : Mich. '
II per wpaSIS
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!! r' Uitt2 q4e.( .1ufefles.{ \ !; ThoseBoljrari: ----. brigands.: still in- : ,; J

t sit that weat least vice t\tJ dough .jjRui

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Baptist. I! Second AUvnt. !I are rather' cf tnlnDp'nion that

Look "The Sabbath was made for man.- |' At the Second Advent Chnrch SJDI : iit', serves Harriet Beech Stowe o raise good -fruit I

Mark ii, 27. j slay at 11 a. ui. the pastor will speakon right to have John L. Sullivan! star i i

The testimony: of the ItiUe as to the Cth Century Problem a? is : "Uncle Tom's Cabin.'' you must have Potash

hearlS' the duty and the worth of Sabbath seen from a ritiaa Standpoint. We can't 1\\
ttlji tbir.Un; that if our:
'observance begins in Genesis and At 7 p. in. On tt'hat and Where ,is old friend. fertilizers? :
Ilors. Jtie Iliil Hall of containing :
Gir/sa moves from rage! to page to the close the Home of the Ilcik-craed. J
Bibb woal.l
I take .
Thti s1c'b'Jy'" djspepbia ,
of the Book. The law of the Sabbath public: is cordially invited to I ..t Icact 8 to %
tablets 10
h"'I:1! 1 b : able to entcr- Qf
has never been repealed. Men haveto these services. !s .
If young girls would look ahead it repeal the laws t _. ___ tain a W1e hopef:jrTrew'of tlrajIT j. Otll- --- "" ..,_..... .
they enact because WI .
would sometimes save them from serious i
Mrs. naiiU-5-Mart: U-to gIVe u st
I r.cJra' .
collision with the men they marry. It men arc imperfect in Jmth mental flsifccdist.: '
is here that is almost crime. and moral ICCOCOO tiara ..t.l Cin;< Ethrard's cor- .result; on
ignorance a i character and enact legis- "SrnojKi-i cf n-rxcn 1 r.'ache d at :; fruits cf all
The husband ': onatl.n i. I .
young cannot understandit lation that sometimes is cxer: { ; : Aaiericia
both! erro- the MethudUt church !lat Sunday
when the wife changes to a peevish, and : : aril>tnt.'rJ.ry f..rr-i it-self Icojc > n this 1. i.1 .
nevus injurious ioJ H :1
nervous, querulous woman. And the infinite morning: 'J he text was fume sii, -. ';-"' .
t young wife does not understand it her- in the resources of \vi-doui awl bolt first clause, "And be nut conformedto I occasion, it i; very eviJenti- that thy

self. She only knows that she"is : ness and the other quests will have lo xearsmoke \Vrri ;
very psalmist'ell says:: thisl'orlJ.. Sorce other passages : x oar pamphlets, wsic:!, Ua1W
miserable. "The law of the Lord is perfect." of glasses tit 5 i i norfinncr's libnrj7"a. -
If ever there is a time when nature b.ripturcHn: read in which I :..
needs help it is when the"young jfxl is "In the text I have chosen the were shown the utter i'lcompatibili- A Boston woman has started .5n ./ arc sent IfC.CZR1IAN ..

adjusting hefstlf to the new c ii:;Lions Savior recommends the Sabbath as: ty of the love and friendship of the: a,italion fir the passage of alaa' I! -

of wifehood. Dr. !''-!:.'ce's Favorite Prescription fa provision for our well being. Its i world with the love and friendship probibitinjr! the roasting or baiKn;; cfI .J I Xoiju KALI S V.\ )R. .'
makes weak women and Ii :,. Kea fork. j
hick women well. It promotes strong ,' simplest meaning is that we need: one of God, I John, ii, 15-17; James, iv, 4.I chestnuts on tiirj,rC'Jfid thi1. itovrs {;*-I -
dries debilitating drains, heals inflammation day of rest and worship ia seven: and I The preacher then explained the \ the piiuful; Vathcf wortnvHut ; The Ecarl: i

and ulceration, and cures as I am seeking, this morning, not: meaning of the term "tt'orl1,'' au"cd is Jhls; lesvIrjtEane thin eatin.*!I of Nsyal Contractoriricoaiuenj --

female weakness. controversial bat practical ends,, by the apu&tli It meaut that .themaH\v? '_, ; ;h. COJ".rJ.j uof for/
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. near \4s.-i.li ,,f *?.
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Pierce, by letter, free. All womanly | that meaning will give direction to i part of mankind which in its spirit, ---- j above

confidences are guarded with strict professional our thoughts. ;! life, and work i is opposed to the re.ligian ('. M. I'lTeSjss.! Furi:htjis auth: 224 by
Write without fear"orfee I! Ins chill 1 wa. c*!mi Ietrly cured of t the List ('.... rl'.j. '
privacy. 1. The observance of one in of Jesus -
day i Christ which knons110t bad of ___
to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y.I case cc:'::::n, hi the use I f J I '
will drop you a few lines today to let you seven as a day of rest and worship is: God: neither loves nor obeys him. n \\'itt.s Witch IIazl Salve. IT;...t Lewis Ockennan, Uo>lieD, la':

know that I am feeling! well now," writes Mia a Physicall'cessit} i Several things characterize the ware of all counterfeits. instantly: :.'DeVItt<. Little Early Ri:, 'rinerfr
Annie Stephens of Belleville. Wood Co.. \Ve.tVa. 1 The human relieves piles.: A. IL Wise. .- t.e..1 me t: a.h.e m(..-oJ-.-r :',,:, hut
"I feel like a new woman. I took several body has be'.n compared "world. -- ._.... dotheir wuk thoroughly andtaake
bottles of the'Favorite Prescription' and 'Gold to a machine the Builder of. 1. Gross and I "i. fee "
Immorality wi.:kecl- me !like: a buy.
I en Medical Dtcovery.: I have no headache f"i i Now that LorJ Kitchener has lo"- I Certain tiwr-:
now. no backache, and no pain in my side any which says," ''1t must rest one (day; ness. Drunkenness, impurity in life : General ; oagh, seittl*; rA. I:. WUe.l .
more. No bearing-down pain any more. I cated Dcwet, the Britul .
think there is no medicine like IJr. Pie='s in se'en.1JIedical Association: in i and speech, Sabbath desecration: t ---
medicine. I thank you veiy much for whatou : both Europe and America public :s I nci-arin[ itself for :h e Fast mat send :e between the Pat -
have dune for me-your medicine has done meso gambling, [profanity and lying. A worst.' cite coast ant tl.e'Orient
much good Sabbath observance in its: re- Christian must not be contaminatedI -=- fa beD:

Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure. biliousness lation to health and long life and I these- thin_._n_..,,',,_;_, mn____f_ nnt__ fii1... nr. Take life as it cones, and make urjred. A line of 0 vent, greybJuldi
and sick headache. map nova J b-
'! the conclusion has always been that' abet them directly or indirectly hi is the most of all circumstances, bat I pat on.

men who work only sis days of the only attitude one I of uncoaipromia- for a bad co'irh! or cola take Oa- lamsaiisc.IthatTetln; ![cetb.

[ week live longer enjoy better health, in, hostility. lard' IIJr:-aoanti Syrup, the tu.;t :! trip Po .(er-, hive .M.CJ'.i sir children

STATE NEWS. and do better work than those who II. The spirit of mammon worshi '. ; known remedy for quick relief and l i! than a!; th; du d..,:, ;i' ,- ta.jeth-
sure cure. Price 25 and er. I hire
j work full cent caranenltu i\cthica ;:{
j the week If God had This
nev- spirit demonstrates the world '
Gorman will be the only i er spoken, our own bodies would have j at the time. 1 J ___ I and ,
of the Democrats for Senator for j j II present such greed for : jt ci>r >" at once. ..

Maryland. taught us the necessity anl value of :I gold as leads to al: sort of wicked'i So far a. tic have H'fn. the let: I- LTLc: r. W::;:;: n!,. t; .

'I rest one day in seven. I I practices to obtain it; hence fraud |' Lorenzo Snow's thirteen widows have I .' Drpggita, b. ... ..io.

this Many week visitors are surprised to the: State to:see Fair how :?. It is a Mental Necessity. Ai| lying stealing, sharp( practices, sho t'not::' yet |-a sed resclutions on bU I We-will-never- -be- able- -after all. to

I princely merchant said to another, i j cuts to fortune, violation of tiI e'death.
clearly deternine'hat
quickly Jacksonville recovering "
is high r education
;! j "Sunday is the best day in the week i j! must sacred rights. A Christian {I
from her ".\cres of Ashes." i Las done for the nevrr.. until
j for mapping out business." lie is i must not allow himself to be mastered ,- "Last winter an infant child of he is:: tried on the football /
The county commiissioners of Po'.k I I to-day in the lunatic asylum and is l by this spirit, even if he loses',, mine had croup in a violent form,'' --- --

county have stopped road work by j incurable. When a man disregards "thereby. ,' says Elder John W. Rod seers, a Chris ICodol Dyspepsia Cure U
I' I i Cvagelist! of Filley. ?lIo.hI not a
convicts sold all their mules, wagons -the i Sabbath! day, he degrades himself I III. 'ertain forms of pleasure a red i :are her a ft-w doses of Chamber mere stimulant to tired niture. It
etc., and will lease the convictsto Iain's II affords the stomach complete nr><<
i [ mentally. I i so clearly worldly that the only thing Cough Remedy ant in a short absolute '_
the highest bid.Ier. I 3. It is \II time all danger was i \ rest by di!,f-tin": the! 'ooa
a Spiritual Necessity. !!I for a Christian to do is to renounce i iI child recovered." This past and the ; you eat. You don't hair to lllt't. 0
The fire bell at failed i There can be no true religion I them. remedy not j 1 i but all .
Quincy to frithj Among these the preacher; only cures cro-ip. but when can enjoy the !! }'II.! f<). d i y..1

toll out the hour of noon for several j I ; out conscientious, pl ni"takingGolI- i s 1' clashed the modern dance which inevitably ; soon as: the first svaptomj given as 1 I want. Kudo Dyapeji ci.- .' -

days the past week because a colony ; fearing Sabbath ohscnan c. The |I lead the soul away from.God will prevent the att +ick. It contains appear I stantly relieves that distress i :h ,

pf had taken j desecration of the and produces spiritual: death.Cornhnskers' no opium or oliu-f harmful substanceand I :ing after eating, jjiuug; you new liii-
wasps possession,of the i day makes ai i - -- : be- ;and vigor. A. I:. \rise.uGas" .
bell and built a large nest in!>iqe. ; spiritual wreck of the life of the de-1 .b.iby may confidently toa
j sprained wrists, as totn aJult. For sale by G.

The hotels are rapidly opening up i linquent. i j barbed-wire cuts and sprains, or cuts : W. Price, DruggiSt. Addicks doesn't appear tu
: "A deplorable ,. 1 know when he is turned off.
for the change has taken
accommodation of the -from -
north other
j: any cause, are qUickly I '; _
ern. tourists. place in our Sunday practices. Forms healed when Mallard's Uncle Sam'B coal bill
The indications are ,, j Snow Oil i t- ; is i'.273lll Ll<

that that they will come earlier and ,,; of amusements and business engagements : ;merit H promptly applied.! Price, ,. year. Hut this is coal comfort for ':i CASTOnXA.
L'3 and 50 cents. Geo.V.. Price. 'j Bears the Trik KJad VJS Hal! A:11a1S: !: ,
in greater numbers than ever before. are tolerated and even defend- i j the man who has to buy ten tons a : Signature A
The ed to-day, that would have scandal- Those Alabama year ate prevailing :ice. j ft.f' :
p f
costs ordered paid by Judge' bed communities lobbyists may nov I i .
Bullock in the Alachua county liquor twenty years ago. ; go away back and rellect over the ; -- ----- -
Satan would
cases will amount to about $:',( \\ rather inflict a deathblow fact that it is a lia? time between'' -- -
On the Sabbath day than. on.. :In"i i I r

There were seven cases and the, other one Christian institution.-- ---.1 He (' le rialltUYCs. h'_ __.. : ; :::Al- 1
lost ana!
county must LUC
pay expenses. : ChamJf'rl.li.I's
'i;' j is indeed a wise devil and docs not Slo ;mach and I.irer'T.Lhlets BUSINESS COLLEGE ,
cure tiliousriicmijlijution: TROY
i i over-estimate the ALABAMA. $> $ 9- -
importance of the'a headache. 'l'heart
Ex-Governor William D. Bloxharn ;: ea-y to
has day to the kingdom of God. I take ami ploa-aat 1 in eaect. fc'jf sale This insti:+ '.inn n-in: highest I
recovered his health and! re Let us 1 |by, (;. \V. P, ice. i>r turned Tallahassee. The genial old j I' awake to its importance and rescuer : -- night. c.,st'.1 r"_u''r liiisintssi.r Statererv"h"fIlanI.lIur.hu'iiui... 1 isulArnl b..[: .
I INN,:ns. ._ ilo'lu.ha" Nun! : "
i t'1t' I""UI "
: 'e .
; :
,11nuiua .. .
gentleman tried "the old red hills o r the day from the infernal hand that Whether 1):. Mary \1';. !ter loseser l .\.d.:'t--. JOHN: :1..1..iti"n... E"'r: "..te. Fur I' :. I -

Georgia," and they did: the work of: j is stretched forth h pension fur aa.iu ('40!.;t.ls w.s tia-- atsrL rtes:-.. -""", ...-EUCLID POBTEP.--Pn..hli=. : I "-,
to grasp and to de- '__ _
"murdered'! .c _
rejuvenation. or not, the remark
i stroy it, J I that she is ..,< }+o+() <>'!()!'(>..) <}+(}.O+ + .
The Georgia Florida and Alabama proves no gentleman. r:.:.reliaiibi .; )o. (}!O.o (}.o (>.O.()'!() ()+(, () ()+( +H'
; Y .a az u : iXi; )mxr ..
I'ailroad i r :" c.". '. :. .
being pushed: throng! ---- (
( ----- ; DeWitt's Little Early Ri.-crs never .
rapidly and it is stated by those in :I disappoint. They are safe prompt. ..

authority that the iron horse will run, :i gentle, effective in retu-jyiiig aJJ! iwi IJs What do You Eat? :

irons IJainbridge to Tallahassee he- The Oldest and Best1 purities from the liter and bj.vcl-i. ? ..

fore Christmas. i or small distress.and easy.\.1 to:.ukr.Wise.Never grip y I'l Did You Ever Stop to Think of That? }

The sum of $: ;0,000 was paid out to S. S S. is a combinr-tion of roots I -- --- .. --- i I {;:i
and herbs of great alive After to yon know that t; ;
cui >
powers thinking it & e market
workmen in Jacksonville o\er, those Ohio arc v i.li ad'J. r.
last Saturday at.1g..d>; of all _
ant when taktn into the anil uat vou lUiiir: ,
circulation t 1 Democrats : are I. :: '- t
week SS must have come to the j!3rz Gti.gs you would not like it .
per capita fur everyman searches out and removes all IUlnnCrIf what you buy? run are not carciu! .b''t : i
woman and child) in conclusion that they couldn't have Tobchireot getting all the ".
the city. < poisons from the Moo.1, without G't.- Purest and H-.l :r X4trs butt only brands
No wonder the! least made matters any norse by inviting v that arc uaraateei' tu be- p'-ifi' tt .
business shockror! btv j
is:: brisk in Flo r- h.-inu to the system. ,,' them from ropJUMe IIHUMand .. ..
:Mr. '>t.CIlIt :-.urt' '1
ida'j Ca tha: the ; l.nan.i m customers that cverv article ..,. -
a metropolisThe contrary, general health :>t' au I wbolt'1tOme. IwugUt of c> sUail JH.toall ; e i
begin* to improxtt front the first dose, -- -- -- C\ .,! ut'.ry of .
railroads arc making I FAtrenjohot v.eathi-r ii great' ? "* g.N'd. part ul luc citv. 7
ready for S. S. S. is imt only a Llood purifier! a ,a J .
for the biggest tourist travel to Flo rbut an excellent tonic: arid strength-tax upon the lIil'sti\'e p.) xer of baC* DIty GOODS, X:)1'ltN8, HATS, SfIJ-S, .

ida this winter the State has ever had gas aria builds tp the coiibtitutioi I -,.: when puny ah.l feeble! they .r...* AXD CISTa }'l:!:NtIiilt:3. .
in its history awhile JIJ he given a diRc! of 'hitf"s I w A.
and the
railroads are purging the: blood! of impurities. ('rf>
Vorniifugc.. l'rken ?
going to put un the fastest schedules S. S. S. cures all: diseases of 3 i i LakeCitv. Ha.
and the finest trains they have Moo! poison origin. Cancer, : .cruful.t -- --- -0t>I .
Dealer in (Genera J.erc.m.s"J : .
t ver had.Among. Ii h cum a tis i in C.ionic! Sores ad I!| : Judging from the sic of the aaJiJ? : .
"A." ? ,
Ulcers, litvi-nia. psoriasis i i Salt t cnccb that bear those:: Irish *' M yaj WM jc."" ;( V 5VI1.Fafjiv,r7vrvw., ').':v ?. .v. : ,
the catoy O.
: entertained Kheiini, Herpes and similar troubles MWM MM ).(ilk
by tbe Supreme Court of Florida on autll.tan iiifallibJccuieaii'l! the every time they sp 'ak.I'riJl''; wrongs .

tt e'-12th: inst.. was W. II. Mullen vs.It. antidote for that n-ovt horrible dbeuav': only, ,appear. to be a5 good a drawing yards ?C9. tis O.4.2.'aF.4.'p4Ia.% 4s09. 43.4 tr.4O.0L',0 '

.;'J. and 15. I'. eaml'C..lumhiac"utt.r. i CuutagiouBlood r<>is
Motion to dismiss A ncord cf nearly fifty c.Isiccess.fa ---
came and j-cars suffer! with Oar Fall and ?
writ of error oLt iincd. Ilobinso.i ctnes is a ivconUo be proc-1 I '
of. S. S. S. i is rune | producing great depression of spirits \| r
& Small of popular totlry
Jasper and A. J. Henry of titan j indigestion, constipation headache. ? Winter
LIke t-vcr. It numbers its friends ly :/ Goods.
City for motion F. P. Cone .
the thousands. Our medical corres- etc. H rhine will stimulate the $}

Like City contra. poniU'uce is larger than ever in the liver keep the bowels regular, and fr'? Fabrics Have arc: irt*], anJ ih.-re! arc mannico. things in D.v-- I

The town of Starke is having a history i>f the icoilicinv. Many write restore a healthful buoyancy of d that .von will nee.I iietweea IKVA-aod cool weather: A

wrestle with a flying jenny. The to Ihnwi us for the };:t'.it good S. S. S. spirits. hicl'. W cents. G. tiV. Price.. r*( are tneTf.for', tit i.vi iit? Jim call anJ see the new goods; that we I'#
:... opening up.Keep J.
council pasted a prohibitory 'ordi Las done '111 m. while ethers are seek -- -- -- r i ij f

il, ad l\l't' ab tmt their cnsss. Ail j It is said that Mr. Carnegie re6 ?
nance, which the 'I
The council then ldlisedm courts overrule ordinance' letters u-ocivi! prompt jjnJ) carefullttcution. voices an average of .".oo begging let- ii I Ofthe Earth ?"hi'i"!,!. 'I

: Our physiri.uis have ia.-J! 't ers a day. It is evident .a'f
very j
for the regulation of the machine, alifa lwtgstrclyoll3iotelanti { weather .-;; .::h a-- po-i' !lt. wet ,
Skin Di if >
; uncle ; that i
: Andy dies disgraced i it will ? ; keep as much shoe kathAiother -
: bi-tv.-fen
restricting the hours JT < u ;irld ,
during which nutibctUi! "
it eases. umUisUi.ltiilicasts Earth
: -
1* I be his own fault. $ cnrrv. U"'U.. you can conveniently! ,
might be run from: f:3J \. u. to 3:30: thai! the onlinrsiv; j buy j\1'\
1>. :M., so that it would not be operated niakra a spirultj ff no cue dscas>.'. sites ami! atyl-s y.jr! acre. Sch.wl Shoes for chiUrcn. in all fA

while! the school children were j f'e ate rum, grc: 't CASTOR i

free to ride on it. The court refused: ...., JV* .co-vl.to s u (IF c r i tiV :: ? In fact caS!! at the Big Siorp
v 11U\ll.lIIit i tIn1i! !'i For Infants N Sir anything you !d
: and Children. >;
to prohibit tliL regulation! and the want -new snJ
Isb.d" jKJff our von>uiit:- do- up-ta-ials.: \
proprietor of the whirler seems tl) : The H
js "ii:7 Kind You
hive gotten the worst of it. He] 11.1.tllll'ut, null ita: i2.: Hare Always Bought ?!!
)'oll write is it' via hive M-.ioil ; 1"1101:" n c VI
aught to have had any
( in J.
: sense enough E.
Rears thASignature v dear lJ.-JM':. rin all & Co. I
the 2rst place to leave a town where or skin troubV.'j! r.:?l.e no dltrgt :# T-I j A

the had wliat.-vvr: foi this <; ,-\-:,' '. of ;; ;'
people ('nlllllh ;goud lien- o \ G0 A et.Fs

but to want him. .Tampa lletatd.Y idle :saw irtcijic: l: ',:.. A:LAij.t: CA. o' .. .3. :.. c OOC_ m-'Cta. .04,, 90... 0I.


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ftl tting I; The School board of Colnmbla Rain asd.west t\\\ \ Coming Back td Lake City : m

lcoaaty met has
Lake City w effect M
\ 011 Novem
ber' 5, 1901., kareeu vexed 3
+L. I !embers P *ent-\V. wnk eureka MaoowOil s
4 T. Henry, ( h rmn: ; J. E, Wiean.l lire.
'nCo j-I Dr. s. T.. Berry. The k auxsth.. '

;, r ,, 1.8 meeting were rt-ad minutes and approved.ot the et aide lun Butches tad pU.i FRIDAY9 OV 29T
: \9'
: rttd 1. J. Green was lo not beak 1sodcur. t
ppolntctl No
sirel rough ur-
; if 'kor i )h.Tabor face lo chafe :
I g-t, you arc too fat;' : school. Tk. _
mog if thin 'j j! Crlere, by Board, That an h.rak. sot
||>}. dan too already. : ,prlatlon of $20 per month be appr. k. + \\ \ ticokiag
*" made i
Fi&; enough foryour habit, ,i is | 'for a Dew colored sihol/l o. t 'lear Mr. sear art \ THE OHIGINAL N
wea twice
jr t little more, or less, ,is, !I.! j the'. E. WiseV, whieh shall be known by ..' byths. 1 I

jfaj;: ;efttharm. Too fat, consult ''*tnlin name appointed of Oak sills school,and SlUl 1iar.as.OL 1 i'

supervisor. j. WALTER
t;idi00fftoo; thin, persistently'tiiiflO Ordered, iy 1-bard. That anoth.r H Han MAIN : ,

.-matter what cause, take \aber le employed at the Peabody Sold wywkcn r t -
... High
t at Lake 1.-
< Scctt'i'Tunulsion: of Cod Liver: i per month, monthly. City for 830 : a\zQ. 1: All New Big Fashion Plate Railroad Shows
l1adebySt&ncbrd t .
Wt' I Ordered, by Hoard, that a new Oil \ \ ; \ I -

..; 1 4Tfcpe.are many causes of get- I school be established near Mr. J. p CompanyWe DOUBLE
I Tolbert's and a house be built, 19 feet [ CIRCUSES AND HIPPODROMES.I
;f; iii\too thin; they' all comeli'ticse I wtdiby25 feet long, and the countr are opposed to divorce as-a !I _,I ;.

:,. heads would pay for all material. .
two : over general proposition. Bat we confer r

tint iad under-digestion. Warrants were issued: from No. 1';.'> we are inclined to sympathize with i I 3GREAT MENAQERIES--3
1 to No. 217 Inclusive, for I x .
purposes as that Paterson, X. J.
/ man who ha ; ,
Stjl:over-work, if you canTtrhethn 1 follows :' brought action against bis wife be i GONTP.IMI.NG! EVERY STRANGE raYEL OF [fiRTH SEfl fiND Iflfu .
Teacber -
: S11: '....___*L13 w ,
:: you cin or not, T. S. Chalker. Interest on cause she insists on allowing her col :

[ ott' borrowed funds _. : lection of pet snakes to run around a
fib; $ Emulsion of Cod I ?," -9 70
I ;Members the A New Circus
j of School Board, house.. i, Throughout, New Displays New Exploit:; '
; i "t
:.h Oil, _to balance 'yourself prrdem and mileage- (Ilia : ---- .
j SIl t'rlntendant's salary.: .. to w > Plump cheeks flashed with the
<. !i*IF work. You can't live :I j;Offlce eipsn.se-,'."_.'___..' j Sl soft glow of health, and a pure corn I how Rt-J i i- "lit"what of the the Daily best Time of Washington: De., O-t. 8th. stew: "Ta ;
j Material for ever seen:: Washington, and is date I ceiling Shal1 ui, to in
: cm_;
on.it-true-but; by it you1oi 1 (.lexion make all women beautiful| i! p4iticul.il.
I i inanaezer school ...._.. m _+j Herbiue imparts _
strength anJ vital
; tThere's a limit howeverjoallpifforit. MaUrlal far ceiling Wash- Hy to the .- .
., ingtoi school.._...,._,_ system, and the rosy hue ---G'---- --. -- --- .
g $( of health to the cheeks. Price :_'.... ...: '.' ...'
: Material for celling Moss I 501; ... l' lo1m'Sr f"i\1: i -:-- !'_ '
cents G. W. .
Pond M.hool______?? u oo ,, Price. i i '" -- ;.;.t, ,oJ':1 I. .::v-o "" -"; '- .., I FI
;J SOOtt'Emulsion of Cod Liver Desks for Late : ', Z = y .. i f ( T -
City colored These ; t i
t : school..._..____._.___ urotected "infant Indus I! : + ;j' TJ ::
OO sn 1
;,.is, the readiest,-cure fort Jos. E. Young furnishing I tries" have grown to such an extent ''II llr' -- "t rr{ J';} TIIJJI1 I "-a, j .t\\ ; if1n p'jIT! ''n :
: .
schools .' .__.. ; that they now show a disposition to ft'lTII ... I...: .
'tis.'t- unless .1--1
: it comes of f I --- 483 ll" f ... .t1..I <. ,_ t.r.-ti': !.", .I I
I J WDlckfrelgbtond "b turn around and } t zt ::! .
\ .. ::,; ,
governuient. !
: :; '
: i
.. .
; .. -
: -
joar doing no, work--you can'tlaaghewcil toWintteld .____. is 26 itlr l ;I. 3 r3t4 'J 'f. 'jF ,
Janitor for Lake City Sub- !i -- I il :riP1! 'I IJJ tfnfl :f!; J.1 i

d.s'Ong, without::1t filitlctNaS..__....._... UOO t White's Cream JJ"L ..... I'\t: 1-- r; ,
Vermifuge is es- A ., ? ; "" ':; ,
of 'tt''l'r.l tl '
resort M. E. : "
activity. Wrlfiht : ; '
furnishing ,1'J ':
/ I
Schools__.._____ i I sentially the child's tonU.. It improves .. "" : 'i ,1..i' 'r% c1
wr <
: (10 f +\tW / I
rTliezgenulne --n !" : 'fL'4ra. .
has C. t l. DouglasH the s"i"'I'T.A 'S"i '!'j.A ,!;:,: ';" Y, c-a y-
: ot digestion and
expense ;
< this picture on It, Haean SuUlKtrict.___... 5 !S3 assimilation .-;, fn.- ; -l.J'b.", : ; ': (\:.:\)t.'i"rr: '. > ." ,! f ;-
Make no other. J, L. I'urner Treat*(km...- :n |i of food, strengthening the nervous T I. \ r }:t:, '!' .. -4 )!';i!' 1 .q;;. f
: .' f'
Jtfwu' have not John Vlnzant,_conducting.._. : system and restoring them to the .; i''!: ,t ; : ':;''iH'v'l'J!; ;::' 1:; r" .. 't .
examination .r 9tli- : '
1 00 i 't '. .' : I.. .: ,
triad It ; send for health, vigor and elasticity of spirits'natural -- ,- ,,")-: .' of,. !;.. ..-' Jfli'' :..,:. #. "' ... ...,...I:. .z..
fr*sample, Its aBFtIIbJe Total lane Nov. 5. 1901..'< .5790 .; c.- f. -- ;.it' :.' If r ,, ... .
taste will Am't on hand Nov. S. 1W4... *11! -. to childhood. Price, 2oc. :\ ;:: .1 'A>i ,'jt""i'" .I
T. Geo. W. Price. :- i-t
Chulker. borrowed -n
'funds to ._ -Ifi' -: 1 f +" :': !t I
'. :8WNE. pay teachers = 1.4121 il -- .t. .:; ;r- .. ;;iI ,/. ,

;I., Chemists. Balance .,. -.___._-t1,84-- 5MIKM154 90 Let us at least hope that the turkeys \ ,::;;t. .r.----... ? : '' :t: nl' <'1 f 1
.ems that will be killed =.."''':-. .
.408 i Pearl Street, There! being no other business before on the 28th' =---- "iJl.' bofl. I

tJl.w. ,YQrk. the Board It adjourned to meet are not as old as most of the Thanks "' :: l1\if,.,.' ---=- ==- --= ..:-z- ...-." .:1. '.r.,. I 'I

-...and $1.00; all drugglste. again en the first Tuesday In December giving jokes that are again going :1 I Ij -- ':- .o.:.. I .-- ,
the rounds.
I 1901 T. H. OWENS, r
j i io
Secretary and Superintendent.
HAGEN DOTS. Constipation, impaired digestion I Every Act and Feature

}t. Cures Eczema and Humors and a torpid liver are the most common I Absolutely New and Novel
Itching 'I'
thei,has been quite cool 1 ailments that are responsiblei ;
l a Through the Blood--Costs for that A Oreat White Filipino Bull the only one known to exist.
put few days. Jack Frost tired, listless, fawged-o art I Feast your eye
it see IlL Nothing to Try.B. { feeling that makes the summer a I on the last specimen. ,
B. a (Botanic Blood Balm) is a dreaded period to so many people. Two Herds of Performing Elephants, the only Lion Slayers in captivity

E-H.-Graves spent last Satu certain and sure cure for eczema, ,. Herbine will cure constipation. It I Our Society Horse Fair sixty-three horses in one big act.
,mod Sunday at Olustee, visiting itching-skin humors scabs scales, improves the digestion and arouses i The Martel Family fancy trick =''"
and relatives. watery'blisiers, pimples, aching tithe liver to normal activity. Price; -
bones or joints boils carbuncles, 50 cents. G. W. Price. krclnettl Family of Acrobats direct from Paris. _

think that Smart and J.,Lynnopposition I prickly pain In the skin, old eating :i, .
f with sac h sores ulcers etc. Botanic Blood. There would appear to be no doubt
Dalm'cures the worst and most deepT that Mr. Croker was correct in at
seated cases by enriching, purifying : ,
: .A.H. T least one of his conclusions as to the
Roberts .
made a business and vitalizing the blood, thereby giv-- '
,[to Lake City Monday. ''iC.J a healthy blood supply to the ; result of the New York electionthatthe

: : 1 jskin. Other remedies may relieve, ; people "wanted a change." .
Haney and Miss
but IJ. B. B. actually cures, heals -
.* Darlivere quietly married at j every tore and gives the rich glow j Ij i To Cure a Cold In One Day

J home of the bride1 parents on j of health to the skin, making the i i: Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab '
blood-red and nourishing. Especially <
..fWtmber lath, lion. C. W. Douglass advised j for old, obstinate cases. ;, lets.' All druggists refund the money
..ti (. The waiters were Mr. C. Druggists, $1.00. Trial treatment if it fails to cure. E.Y.. Grove "0

Um 'and Mlu Alice Douglass free and prepaid by writing Dr. G i 1- :signature is on each box. 25c.

[ 'eft.flab the happy! couple abundant ; lain, 213 Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. i,
-ea.; J I Desciibe trouble and free medical I After thinking it over, we arefirmly
y advice given.
I convinced that as an off
lit A;!Lord. & Co., of this place, are year
: in politics this year is pretty badly
>ari II to to
i f move Tallahassee andIlitlefUar Those people who are opposed to off.

out :quickly a* possible. organized labor will probably change m

,sl 1 be lorry to tee them leave. | their views when they learn that the ] it
:. SMART ALEC. Ib I Chicago Federation Musicians has '
I" ( &
i{ started a crusade against ragtime. I .
are troubfed with Inodorous 14 BE r.FPN Ofjl-V WITH THESE MONSTER UNITED TO < 1 ;- _
Sill .V$ {
hD (
: -,-.: burn, flatulency, head I
I acidity, pains after eating, j! THE none GOLD CURE. I So vast thL concourse of Grand '
1 : appetite, persistent melan- :: Displays II"
,lI'low ipiriu. You need a i An Ingenious Treatment by wb h24 Thrnn Rinrrc nrl Turn Q4arva ,
,slew doses of Heroine will Drunkards are being Cured '

L sal" these the recuperative disorders. Price force, 50 toe in Spite ol-Themselves., kh''iAOThZWOD tinually filled with Daring and Sensational 1 .1' I.

-L : Q- w. Price. NO NOXIOUS DOSES-NO WEAKENING Acts. Lack of space prevents from enumerating.
The re.itc.t aiubiiiou: of American _
l' fttt will, in all probability, POSITIVE CURE FOR THE men and women 1st to have Magnificent .

sase the tu on beer. But what LIQUOR HABIT: homes biosst-d with children. The f.

Jt= .bUe wants to know U whether It U now generally known and understood woman allliitcd with female dis-
1'O& this will five tu schooners of that Drunkt'nnelSbl" disease and not weak ea.- De.... A body Wiled with-3uorrcon!! .
f a completely .. becoming a childless wife. No :
.' stant use of intoxicating liquors requiresan Free t
antidote capable ot neutralizing and medicine e.ui restore deLl organs 'P&r& ggstTot
jjffer from piles? If so do eradicating this poison, and destroying the but Wine of C.trdui does
Sufferers now
r W surgery for relief. De- craving tor intoxicant may ,
without publicityor
wUch Halve will cure themselves at home regulate derangements that prevent
cure more loss of time from business by tnlswonderf -
r.1urely andaareIY.lavlng' you Ul"HOME GOLDCURB"which au been conception ; does pru\ont I
,n-pelltt and danger of an opera perfected alter many years, of close study miscarriage; does restore weak
inebriates. The faithfuluse
f'w" R. \ lile.a and according discovery treatment to U of directions positively of guaranteed this wonderful to functions and shattered nerves II.I. At 10 o'clock. .

and does babies
bring to homes .
j matser howard
obstinate case no
tvmkeless the most
!! one can't think cure
records show the marvelous
b a drinker. Our barren and desolate for !
) years. .
" analyzing the returns, what transformation ot thousands of
Drund<<>rds Into liObt=Industrious andnprlxht Wiae of Cardui gives women the i
Jit .
ET .
have been for those .
men.WIVES Two
health and Performances
'"rUlflcationtstV cure your HUSBANDS!! CHILe strength to bear heal- Daily.
If the n -
FATHERS'! This remedy children.
DREN cure your thy can get a
,.btdn't been able In a nostrum but is a specific for ..
to vote ItonUtntlonaI this s In disease no sense only, and Is no skilfully demised dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui I

election. and and prepared pleasant to that the it taste is thoroughly so that It soluble can be from your de..ler.WINEorCARDUI. Doors open at I and 6:3CTp. m. Performance I
ttlam coffee without the
everywhere praise One given knowledge in a cup ot of the tea person or taking it Thousands begins one hour later. Tickets on sale
CoaCh Cure for the suffer of nrunkards have cared themselves oil '.
reliued and the lives of their with this priceless remedy, and as many 143 Market Ureet, day of exhibition at Wise's
Drug Store.: i
made temperate .
wet It more have been cured. and Memphis. Tell April 14, taoi. .
saved. Strikes at the baying the 'Y C11s"admtairtered by la Fgbroar. isul I took one bottle of i .
tile trouble and draws out the 10'lng mea by trlenilll and relatives without their Win of CsrdU and one package of
atlon The children's favor knowledge In coffee or teas and believe today Thedford's Blaok-Dnaht. I had bran ADMISSION 50e .
of theIr mamed fifteen :
drinking and had
P cure. A. P. Wise.wther own that free tbey 11'1:1.discontinued JO SOT WAILnut be de.Illded .. given birth to a child yean until I took never Wlae Children 4 years and under 12 years, 25 cts. Prices no higher.
and mlsl..adtng "Im.provemenL' Cudut. Vow I an mother a fine
? Indications by apparent Drive out the disease at once baby girt which wu born March 81,1901.(
for tom or. aU lime. The HOME GOLD CUR!!:" The baby weighs torn teen pound and I ALL TENTS
and for tl
| Tom and Jerry. III sold at the extremely low price ot One bel u well U any person could-fne1. WATERPROOF. '
wIthin reach of everr- Now lIlT home la happy and I never will .
Dollar treatment thus placing more effectual than olb. I be without Win cf Cardni mv house /
body a directions gain. wz.: J. SMITH. -
UI carting from 8S to f5I) Full Special advise I Iby W.C. WILL EXHIBIT AT_ --- -

accompany each lclaIIJ'pac8".'b..n re9ue"ted with- f- Far ady/a and 1j trrarrs. addnM, Mac Palatka. ________ __--_ ___.November 21 Ocala __
: out sensed extra cllarge.pby Sent or prepaid ODe Dollar'to any part Ad- IIiM&C..n.'N...T', eb T.lite......LuUai'JdedIdw:Aitvlwrr C-IIUIJ lv* Orlando _- .- __ __ -- -- ..November 22 Gainesville.------ --_.-_--- -_--.-November November :';8 7 -.'"

h OB crety box of the f noln e I of the worl:1 on receipt D.GILESACOM-I Bartow---------- .November 23 Lake City._ __ .N ieewber
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4 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. Established 1874 Ij



Washingtcn Nov. 16.Dr.. T. H. .
DODD, EDITOR AID PBOPKIBTOB. By virtue of the authority vested
T.. H. DODD,Assistant Editor. s Taliaferro of the Florida Agricultural in me by Section 20, Chapter 4192.

Newspaper of Columbia County and College has been here for sev- Laws of Florida, it is hereby ordered i 4

the Town of Lake City Florida. i eral days, attending the annual meet- that an examination_ of teacher> -ays

every Friday at Lake City Fla. ing of the Association of Land Grant hall be held in the manner- prescribed His Voice Was About Lost-Physicians Fafled-Pe
-South ot Courthouse Square. Colleges. Nearly two hundred delegates -' Ju
: by law in the various counties as

\ fates Punished upon Applica ou. have been present, representing of the State of Florida, begin'
the land grant colleges of every I ning on Tuesday, the 6th day of. November
in Lake City postofflce aJ second state in the Union, experiment stations 1901, which examination h;
class matter. *1I&r
I i
I Agricultural Department j I mandatory in every county of the: : ]
Ittt $1.00 Per Year. and some foreign countries. The association : State in which one or more.teachers

advocates and will urge :
FRIDAY, NOV. 22, 1901. are employed who bold temporary
upon Congress a broadening of the :, certificates. In other counties the I
-- work of the state colleges and cooperation i examination is optional.. =

IMPROVE THE STREETS. on the part of the collegesand County Superintendents will twin ApV (

the United States Agricultural ;! :Jiately give notice of the time and

City Council has taken steps Department in the woik of experi j place of the examination, and of thei f/ 1 w 2 2T

the streets improved. The mentation. A department of mining I:i;I fact that the questions will be based

committee has placed an order i is ought to be established in the upon the same texts as were used",

ten cars of rock. and we learn colleges of the states having mining :'i for the September examination, giving '>

the great holes in the streets interests for which an appropriation -I. particular notice to every holder I.

sidewalks will be patched up as will be: asked, giving each col- I of a temporary certificate, see that I'j
as possible. lege about $15,000 annually, in addition 'jj
. necessary .preliminary arrangements -
the last meeting of Council Mr. to toe appropriations already in' are -made, and -advise -me <
W. F. Watts force. The association is also in favor
was authorized to havea promptly of the number of sets of
street sprinkler made and put in i I of legislation that w.ll carryon I sets of examination questions of each I I
the work of soil I
operation.The surveying and geological
grade that will be required. I
streets are in a terrible condition surveying, and in general I All teachers not holding regular i

and in dry weather the dust irulfocating. s : n ill advocate such measures as will certificates granted in accordanceA'ith y\
place practical agricultural education -
law upon regular uniform examination i toj
The Council is to be commended. within easy reach of the farmer. I i
I are hereby put upon notice Z
So little has been done for the farmer j I I a -
by statutory provision all temporary
HIGH TRIBUTE.: in the way of legislation that his,'I certifiates expire upon the I,

friends hope to have little or no'
late this examination begins; these !
The highest tribute to Jackson'lIIe's trouble in passing a measure which,'I temporary certificates cannot be reissued '' r- PROF. FRITZ VOLLMER, PRESIDENT SCHWA U!JUt::VOEgHL.rD

\ financial credit ever paid was while benefitting him directly, will I ; contracts based upon theme OFCHICAUO.ILL.S.; ;UFIiOIILr.\TIAELOS.YUFVOICE BY PLECSA.'

that given last Friday night when ': advance the agricultural and at th I expire with the certificates, and no I s j

(400,000 waterworks and improvement same time commercial interests of service in the public schools can be ANY PEOPLE can tolerate slight Am Opdra fcUftrt Kirrb....

gold bonds, bearing interes.t at the whole country. At the last session paid for unless the teachershall hold M catarrbal affections. But this IBi I i MU JvniiH Hawley, a contralto

the rate of 5 per cent. per annum, i of Congress a bill making the not true of the public speaker or linger of great popularity to mafe
i regular certificate legally granted j, singer. His voice moat always be clear, opera, b one of the ,
were sold at 7.535 per cent. above necessary appropriation passed the 1 I maoj pruWloul
jpon examination. lungs: perfect, digcsLoii undiaturbud. I gingers who ce Peruaa. fibs
par, netting a premium of Senate and received the favorable :
$30,140 on WILLIAM N. SHEATS, Hence the popularity Pernna among KlGUS IfOtSEVA8HIOTUS D.C.

the issue. : recommendation of the committee State Sup't Public Instruction. the leading professional men and women I *I regard Peruna a* inviuaU to
The bonds were bought by Towns- of the House, but, in the rush of the ': State papers please publi-h. I of the country. ungera and aotrvutrg, and all ptncu

end, Scott A. Son, and Wilson, Cain close of the season, was crowded out. I i, Fritz Vollmer, President Sehw eblscher -I II | who ties their voices in eutertaimtg the

ton &Co., of.Baltimore, the highest By the way, in the discussion of Capt. William Cone. Ssengerbund, Chicago, in a rcI' public. t line found it excellent fort
bidders. agricultural matters it is not inappropriate rent letter to The I'eruua Medicine Co., cold or euugb."-Jennie lUwIej.ExCongreMinan .
"C'apt.lfilliam 'one of
There were, however, 10 other bids to say that in Secretary 1 says: C. Pellum, of & .
formerly of Camden county, in this "1 troubled croft, Va,writes
was greatly for :
for the whole issue submitted, all of : Wilson, Florida) haoa good friend
state, died suddenly of dropsy on the utt-r-ia-Uw hu
weeks with throat trouble which been lufferuig
\\hichwereabove par, besides four lie has visited the state, has
cooperated 24th ultimo, in the ROth year of his :I the from catarrh of the throat for acouhfer-
other bids for. parts ot the issue, in the development ot Florida ige." 'i defined as catarrh, able time. She baa been using Peruu

making in all 15 sealed bids that tobacco, has spoken highly in his annual For : but could only give me temporary for about one week, and U caiufutly
many years previous to 1840,
were submitted to the board of bond :+I i I report of this tobacco, and in the subject of this notice, relief. improved. I believe it a an excellent
trustees. other ways demonstrated his inter- ed Camden represent-{ "My voice was badly affected remedy fur catarrh."-C. Pelham.
in the
I|! est in our agricultural and horticultural of county Legislature and I was afraid I would lose It Not onlyb Peruna of untold value U

COLUflBIA COUNTY'S EXHIBIT. development. This year he Georgia. lie was"formerly known :, entirely. I read of some of the cues of laryngiti*, but a bottle of Per*
I 11J "Old
Billy Cone, the poet, and wed
| na rightly in the family daring the
arranged for a new plan of seed wonderful things Peruna
I the man that surveyed the Okefeno-i j your winter months U of value untold. Pent-
The State Fair opened in Jackson- :distribution, so that Florida and the would do and thought it advisableto
Swamp with a grape vine. About > na cures cold, cored coughs, cut la
idle on Tuesday,*the principal features few other states 'ha"inearly: seasons try some I
1839, he removed to Florida, and was myself. grippe,cure all diseases due to ciUrrUl
e. being an address of Governor will pet their seed before the a member of the Florida Legislature .'1 am pleased to state that la congestion of the mucous membrane
Jennings and the Address of Welcome states in which the winter is long 1840. Address l The Prmna Medicine Co., of
in short .
During the war of 1812, he very time I was cured. aj
by Mayor Fletcher. : and the season late. The plan now commanded the "Patriots," a free .FRITZ VOLLMER. I Columbus, 0. for a copy of Dr. Hart.man's '
The Fair was well attended and the is to have the seed for Florida'distributed latest book on catarrb.4

exhibits from the various counties by December :'0. Members !i:, Sghting corps of noble fellows, well '- h___. .. 0 _._ __ __
I Down by the old -- -
i inhabitants of Georgia -
afforded a never-ending succession of of the Florida delegation, of course, I and Florida. On one occasion, .)f applause every few minutes and j Trespass: notices can be secured at
surprises for those seeking entertainment are co-operating in the matter to .vas of more than usual excellence. I
he, together with Col. William Will- this office with your name.
and instruction.The see that there is no delay. I lams-who represented Decatur Not a dull moment elapsed during II -

Times-Union Citizen speaksof General W. B. Lamar has been in ounty in the Senate of Georgia in i, the three hour, which opened with a I --- ,

the Columbia' county exhibit as the city for several days, a guest of IRiS, or '9-was taken prisoner the I' rand pageant and closed with a se. f 4r
follows: the H leigh. his business by ,ie< of -
here being exciting hippodrome !
Spaniards and confined in the castlejit ; events. I r
The exhibit of Columbia County, in before the Supreme Court, in con St. Augustine. Wliile thus in duI I The menagerie attached to the shows I FOR THREEFEATHERS ,

charge of Commissioner 51. M. Scarborouh nection with the Florida Central & f -ess, they were invited by the Span- one of the large: and most elaborate ;;;

of Lake fMtv.. .is grad. __
n vary Peninsular tax case. ever collected by
o- P----- --" --j :sh Governor to dance the olero a circus and .
it able' one, ",especial menti&n Being The family of Colonel Davis is here, >pith him, and to partake of the hospitalities ,:' :he magnificent showing of horseflesh (I I

made of the exhibit of Mr. and comfortably located on Capitol Hill. of the 'Castle ailed forth much admiration, while I
previous to
Mrs. lN.. Puckett, whose exhibit Senator Taliaferro has renfed a being ordered out the next morning he herds of elepha.its and camels. CANADIAN CLCB.- HrNTER3

requires one full side and partsof comfortable residence at 1774 Massachusetts to be garrotted. Hut one chancewas ere at all times surrounded by w on- j RYE. frXTIO SPRING. AMEnICAN -
two others for displaying more Avenue, and will I II lering sightseer .
occupy it, left them, and that was to dance The three rings .MALT.. HORSE SIIOt ;
than one-half the things raised upon I with his family, about December inclosed in the main tent I -
were whirl
1 1'1 the Governor dizzy and,to drink him a ROSE VALLEY. SOLACE RYE.I .
their farm. This exhibit is very The residence heretofore has been )f excitement during the
Irunk. exhibition I Iind
Having i .
accomplished both I LEWIS: 66. WILSON RYE.i :
neatly and tastefully arranged, and ocuuied by PostmasterGeneralSmith. 'I' feats, they seized one act followed another in such : .
shows upon two of the CHAS._ L.. AD.\>>S. LORI IHI.TIMORE. .
much careful attention as well Governor's horses, and hotly lose succession a.. to make the spectator i ._ --
as preparation. The Lake City Ice by fifty mounted pursued wish fop at least a score of JAS E. PKl'HElf
Spanish soldiers
Co., O. A. :Mann, proprietor, has two THEY SAY. they made for the St. John's River,, I ?yes. The aerial turns were highly JAMAIC-- Rl'M.- THOMPSON. 'S

large SCO-pound, cakes of ice exhib- hich sensational, the trained animals COUNAIC._3-STAR BRANM.
f they reached per-
and swam land --
ited. In one a ham has been frozen, ', We mean those who have' heard ,I/ ;ng at the Old Cow Ford, where, j :ormed many wonderful feats, and GIN_PHOSPHATE.. TOM (;IX.o .

and in the other.a bouquet of choice Rev. T. S. Hubert's lecture, "Home, town of Jacksonville now stands one the.h 1 1I e acrobatic artists were of the PEACH AND. ROCK
flowers. Sweet Home,'' and this is what ]I f jighest order. The score of I -- -- -
they } the most daring feats on record, funny AND_ ROCK.. RAMSEY'S SOOTTli
Commissioner II Gowns -
Scarborough is supplied say : were to the feature -
as the St. John's at that point is over many of( BELLE OF. NEI_'OS.. bAKtKS
with a large amount of interesting "A pleasing lecture." ;he exhibition and
r -Mt. Sterling their antics
-i i mile wide> At the period to which were I 4-X. OLD IUEVEST NORTH
literature for distribution. o ludicrous ,
I a to
refer compel continuous'
ve Col. Williams"
Attention is first attracted to the "The lecture is a never trav nerriment. The show is CAROLINA CORN. CHOWS IIN.XENTUCKY
gem. -Richmond gilled without his violin. one of thee I .
exhibition by HMO large signs, which Pantagraph. I Making > t ever seen in Washington UOUKBOX, KTi'.
y :;cod his escape, and out of reach of and is "
cad follows: "It was a superb entertainment." ip-to-date in detail.Chicago"
I nuskct
: shot, the Colonel called I
'Columbia a ., ._
county exported of her Richmond Climax. --
j short halt
until he
played "Yankee is
own products, from October, 1900, to "I wish every one in the community i j I Doodle," with thinking of trying on i
variations, while !he AT CRABB'SI
experiment of
October, 1901 $3,152,000.52. holding a horse-
could have
heard it.-Jlev. II. c.1 I
.. j old friend
"Health-:Lake City, with a population Wright, of Kentucky Methodist Con- I I improvised a': ess horse show. This is, at least, I OLD STAND
i patriotic
______ i verse or two not very com- :More feasible than
__ of 5,000, had only thirtylivedeaths ference. j trying to hold a !
I plimentary to the Spaniards. J J'I i oman less horse
from all in show.
causes the year \ sensible and thoughtful i
performatlle In i
Georgia no man had
more friends '
U If A).
L. S. Moore exhibits trom the humor." pervaded by a pleasing I'I than "Old Billy tone," and we have .;();();<)!(; ) <). -.<
sugar -D. L. G. <) <) < ( .
Barbour, of Central : yet to see the Floridian who knew r. & ) ) )!() )! ) <) <) >!O!() )! c of cane this also ';'j" _
rop grown year, a University. "" '*"*' */< A a.jEi y.a. x&fca g
I him that does not speak in his
i ne exhibit of" sirup in bottles. "It is great in its humor, its pa- j I I Peace to his ashei. praise. 11
-Atlanta Examiner
T S. P, Bouie has a collection of thevoods thos, its sentiment, its thought, its !! ((1857.) Watches Given Away. [
of county. The collection t'loquence.-lJr. A. O. Browne .
of: i i The deceased died in 1SJ7 and U -- -
shows only a part of the many Kentucky Colonels' *i g
Quartejte Com-i i !Juried at Prospect church in Hamilton
ireful woods and the
objects which

are .made from them at his axhandlemill. ] pany."Sparkles with wit and wisdom." "- j!I county. | Beginning Oct. 1st to Dec. jist 1901 ||

The Puckett exhibit- also includes : Lee's"More Record.than met every expectation i I The Walter L. how slain s. Fashion. Plate |j given away with every Suit of Men's HI

8 ,me splendid specimens of smoked and demand.-Jackson Hustler. 'I
are advertised to
meat. "Peculiarly suited for the display i here on Friday, November 21th appear, ex- i Clothing, one Nickle Plated Watch ll

... James Alexander says that ex- of the lecturer's rare gifts "Paris s I!j aibited in Washington, D. C'. October7th :

Senator Wilkinson Call will be a can Citizen. i and 8th, when the Daily Times of | guaranteed for-one year. Prices on all I

didate for United States senator be "Mr. Hubert is one of the most I! that city had the following to say: ;

fore the general primary next year. have captivating ever heard.platform"-Richmond speakers Regis we I A co\\'d of some 6,000 people, which j || merchandise guaranteed. . I'K

His candidacy bef re >a primary wiU ter. i comprised all classes, from wealthy : i 1H

y put his popularity among Democratsto jfficials to poor laborers,and all ages, '

the test as well as the assertionof New Orleans, with a population of I from the excited small boy to his de- !

his friends that be was and is the nearly 300,000, consumes only 15,000- ) ,ighted grandfather, witnessed the I j M. L. PLYMPTON

choice of the majority of the) people I 000 gallons of-water daily But jxhibitlon given by the Walter L. ? .
tbiS// Main shows at Thirteenth a DRY GOODS AND
chance not surprise who OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
if they were -iIiven' to express anyone ,streets northeast last night.: Dj
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them. el us. 'been to New Orleans. I performance brought forth I msmsSSSBSBGBEKOSSSEmSSW jI


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: L-M1SS-H, A. RILEY.-6- E THE 890PON YDUR DRUGGIST HAS a = -. iaAtiq

'ta'T 4 the largest<< and most complete stock of Fall and f of Dr.Tfaacher's Liver and Blood Syrup i C "
Fancy and Plan to suit everyone taste Winter, 1oI1l- f

p. may bring you the largest part of $400.00 which -

'l'iiM uint3Uings r ot Eiery Descr ri E ,;i '' is lo be fjivcn away to those who can supply the -

;'=fi A COMPLETE UN4 OP ART GOODS. pl liij oo. .,..... //p =' our missing medicine.fgures. Free with 'a 25-cent package of

"y,Z"f" : Trimmed to order by experienced milliners. HATS I T fiG PB1ZESS400l

, ''A.'RILEY't .
f:. WILSON BLOCK. I, In case (f te: the value of prizes fed for will be equally divided between .
contestants whose
estimates form such! a tie. ':; :,. ,

--.. ; The U. S. ia i Jan. 1900 a rts
..,. Y ., exported 719,862 Bales of Domestic Cotton.
,,..-- -- '-- I I Jan. 1901, exported Z 1'Z,32? Bales of Domestic Cotton. .

, F-" pf News Notes. I Mr. T. R Hodges left Tuesday evening Jan. 1802, exported_._ _. Bales of Domestic Cotton.. F I '

',;;';" ;.. ,' for South Florida on a few weeks l hill Can you fill in blank space? $4 50 to be divided; in prizes. You may win it. Ask druggist t ':
your immediately for
pleasure -
or write
trip. us. Time is I united.THACHEB .
......,. fruit.Jar.. at, Young's Drug I'
'-" .,-= | Mr. W. P. MEDICINE COHPAHf }
... f Jernigan and family have r. Chattanooga Tenn .
*- motHrigii.Greer into ,
i the
b attendIng.the residence. on -4 ;
,b" '- i I I South Marlon. | =- ,
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The "
'ydalrL L A Townsend spent .' Hunter residence, on South I I r() () .( ).t< :
;y Marion r.Lf: )!< :.c) ) <>t.()".()".()!()!<) ).
iiki la ldadtson1aiqnow :' recently purchased by J. E.I I : )Q,: '*A: 1& ) ).t\)!( )! ).t >t >t.( .A) ) )!().t.).1s .: t

'--.... 1 Ii the time to get your Inman Inman] ,and has family been remodeled have and Mr. ; NEWS AND GOOD NEWS & j:; r
moved there ii '
: at SteIn's.
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,**>|41I..Scarborough is spend- Mrs. McDonald and her two i LOOK OUT FOR THE. BIG SALE 8 r
I in young
.1'*week .Jacksonville Goods will be
daughters, of sold like cotto Whatever j..
' *"*"* Butler, you can' get for cotton you're ,
got to take. So '
we l
y.t. :
are by
:Juri sorry to report that Mr. guests at the Wilson House Thuru- M goods. Whate:er we ca n get for CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS and TRUNKS !" _
[ ftrfc.Brown is ill with fever. ; day. Having transacted the business t we *il| take. We can afford to do it and we I: 'I
:,.jifei May> and Birdie Vinzant artydq'ielatlves e that called them here they re-1!! MVILL SELL GOODS OI EAP_ & J

in Jacksonville. I turned home the as long as they last. You
same better
F i evening. j come in time anl get your supply WINTER CLOTHK3 n"J
.> : Hit Henderson and J. L. : We visited the ice plant this week ;c w.thont chance to get cheap. :

,.clime-fcking: 'in the State.Fair. and 3 3f were pleased to note the pro-i'I lWE j AREnG01tNG TO thMOIVEnAND WANT TOP SELL

f Mlitiire-the greatest blood I gress in'the improvements Mr. Mann i j M as much as we can. We have to OUT a
is maki movewe got to move and the
NrtteWthe 20th century. Young's g. We were informed that goods got to go.
the work of enlarging the i THE PRICES: WILL MAKE 1I
""* \ plant to a ; THEM MOVE

IteMd Mrs. Guy Gillen left Wed-! capacity| of twenty tons would b el J J Don't forget the place nt xt to H3df rd'!! Jewelry Store. It will to .
' completed inside of far distance. pay you come from a
> j lnl toy13it the Pair at: two months. j jj M 00a rl
btkwhQle., i j The Womans' Christian Temper-,' M. STEIN, LAKE CITY FLA J-1 t

IIF J'ic;;:o. R. Parker left the I 1 ance Union will meet at Mrs. C. 6. := = (

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week = .
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ladies who are in "---
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; pathy with this advertisement of Walter-L.,1Iain's What you want is the
' work are cordially | right kind ofroods j To produce
:lt lytkTaylor returned to the show on page 3. This is thorough alterative -
perhaps at the
invited {
right kind
to be of
present. Anyone hav-d prices. effect, the blood
d,8it1mlay after an absence of ing; good literature to the largest and only circus that I have them The best goods at the must be kidney and liver ,.. r
spare bring or'w thoroughly treated. "'
Booths. jj] visit Lake ?
[ City
> season. lowest F
-' send to Mrs. C. G. McCormick. I prices. After having priced Mixture acts on all. .
)St 'X1rr'Brooks, of Quitman, i! MrN. H. Harrison, who }i'! Mr. W. H. Otis, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. elsewhere while in the city, call at. store. Drug
&*-i the guest of the family of t the celebrated represents i! Hilyer and Mr, and Mrs. Stephen the Racket Store and be convinced.

't-Ju .< I Ames Company, the Henderson II Dojle, of Kingston, N. Y., arrived in The old reliable E. G. Flowers, in No more trouble about ill-fittin-

i-:LStrlngfellow has accepted 11 1 furnished the uniforms company for the that col- the city the first of the week and charge.- corsets, as Mrs. Funk has opened r c c

.i .. with )(r, C._H. Raulerson atatabl I legs, this week presented Chief Geo. I Limerick.have taken board with Mrs. M. E. Staten &-Co. have- just received a Corset millinery Parlor in connection with he ,
alli z O, Adicks of the Fire Department, I big line of lad ie,' and misses' carries tin
A man who gave his name as J. C. \} jackets American Beauty Corsets-the be .
8Wi' wibftfotto t'
:: chief's
a white and
U"going to,move and goods rubber coat reifers and invites you to call in the
The Ferguson and a negro by the name oC.Bob .j and Inspect market. Sold on a 30-da
article them.
,go. Come early so you, is a beauty, and one that. Fields guarantee. Mrs: L. T. Funk. '
were arrested Thursday I! _. ?
oifrti-,..,bargain. was greatly appreciated. night, 14th inst., as suspicious char- I '_ ..
. l*Co..are handling a'full I t J air Roberts, pastor of a Methodist I I "" "". '
acters. Ferguson, it is reported,' """" ""' .,," :
sea's and1 'boys' clotting"t church in Liberty county, was inI registered at the Central Hotel asi r ::1 ; I' I

!k"!1_iowst_ prices.IRttes Jacksonville this week visiting rela-' J. W. Williams of Birmingham; Ala., .."I[ I I \ :

e 3Visenbaker and MafCTneadayto tlves. On his way home he stoppedat .l ) L f
y and the negro had given his name as''| WINTER : /
spend sev- Lake City on a short visit and wasa I Bob Singleton. Rollie Summerlin, :, I i -"

6ja1t'cbOnUle.. guest' of the Wilson House until his a young white man. reported to the I' A J /,

Ike'oQeg'e./ cadets left Thursday I' departure. After. Conference he will : Sheriff that Ferguson was wanted in ':, \ Millinery of the latest styles, : ""' -

IfelKtionviUetoattend the Fair,, be ordained' deacon, haying passed a several places, viz.i Tampa, Bartow1 i and : ,

s BHded by (-apt N. H. Cox. i very satisfactory examination. and Arcadia. But the amusing part # very Lowest. Prices, also a I. '

f ltli ,ive plenty 'of clerks to "Roscoe" Snipes, a prominen of the story is that Summerlin, who I new line of Art Goods at ) ; A

>you when you come. You young merchant of Lake City, was was so anxious to get the others in I ,
trouble, arrested after
was soon on "
I-cose. at once. M. Stein. among the visitors to the capital the charge of stealing a suit of # I 4 :.
hill.Kaye to It ia ( Wednesday. He has been to his old clothes from Mr. Sam Robinson and I MRS. T. N. MILTON :
fibie go. nascf 01 I ChaIres] home for a week or two on taken to jail. The other two were
::: We mean business. the of his also arrested by Policemen Futch I Monroe Block.
JriTou win I account of serious illness Marlon St.
:: find out. M.Stein and Eaton and sent to jail. On Fri- r :
iorjtt to call at the Racket mother. The latter, we are glad to I day morning Ferguson and the negro : :i qlftt? .j. f f: ;
i"" 'DieT-tenr 'learn, is so much Improved that/he Fields were released on a writ of I v t \
'best !
'C goods, the can sit up and is thought to be on the I f habeas corpus. There are now two _K1"" 1f "" 111. rv ;
y "ana something to please.W" cases against Summerlin for larceny 11 .,""" ""' ,J .
< road
high tocomplete recorery.Taljla.hassean. ,
= !
:.. : : and he is occupying a snug little'I -- --- ----- -----
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tC prices in paper. I will j I booth In jail.
All the old wooden buildi occupying :, ;
ng at cost, and somew.'cost ngs j tt"ome,5weet home" t
i 'II ,
site have t
the new court house
.. during the sale ; I I The above is the title of a lecture ,
I\ been demolished, and nearly all the r I 3.
:} ," :1' i which Rev. T. S. Hubert has consented ,
Y C Taffeta .
izr W, Shannon, of Bo*" debris has been hauled off the ground. i. to deliver here Thanksgiving Peau de Sole Silks. ,
Contractor W. H. Otis on Monday I
: ted, in the city Saturday;: night.' The Ladies' Aid Society of More than ever Is the Silk Gown deemed suitable for all occasions,
-.I& the guest of the .family[ surveyed and mapped out a location I the Baptist church are managingthe instances wear.the We taffeta costume tax usurped that of cloth even for street in maoy

:.,.-._.LVann.t for the building, and the material < engagement. The lecture has I Prices are too showing are made a wide in touch range with of colors and designs. '.
will be laid on the ground and the been given in many cities and townsof Black Peau every I'urlt' ,a -
Bro.I arrived home Mon the states and everywherehas de Sole. $1 Per Yard.
j upper
work will commence as soon as possi- Pure silt,rich and lustriuus, guaranteed for
LaCrosse won the most complimentary wear.
busisess Wis., where he! ble. We are informed by Mr. Otis commendations. It is described by Black Peau de Soie. $1.50 Per Yard. r
the V23Inches
for ,
East Coast i i that he will have from fifty to seven!j Judge Redwine, of Kentucky; as beIng : wide exceptlonnlly good quality, fine and lustrous. I' '
..*.. *pay. i iwlah'to 1: ty-five men at word in a lew days. 1,II "full of both laughter and tears," Suitable either for waists or costumes. 2 1
1 and Governor McCrnry. of the same VENETIAN '
see the names of T CLOTH = -
I I dH cold snap of the past few days [ state }* it U "enuTtamM?, in-
went from here to Jack- has injured the cane crop very sera i-lstructive j l and cl quen VV!. tte are Blue Tan,Bi own and Olive '

i week-in print,subscribe I\1'ously and entirely cut off the onussupply 1 t'glad' Lake City. !ii tu bear it. AND THE QUEEN OF DRESS FABRIC {
fftiectory.fefi -- --
,' of seed cane. On good ground'een LANSDOWNE '

e Levy and her charming the eyes of the cane stalks ar Home Minstrels. Black and firming Snadf s a
The home minstrels, under thee
1f,,Miss Pena Levy, mushy while on sandy soil the canes #
of Mr. "Monk" Harri- \
.to"Wi friends in Lakei souring rapidly. Some lucky oneshave management i{ ;
near son,appeared on the Lake{;ity stage : I '-
future. ; 1
and lbhy
already gronnd cane > I
F }" last Friday night to the delight of aI
BUey' Lake City's well made their syrup and sugar, but there large" and appreciative audience. m JflS. L YOUNG m _4.COOcts L

: ner, took the train, to great majority, who did not 'antidIrate iI I The entertainment netteJ about $jO, Ott+a. i I
1, 'a yesterday morning ia such a frosty and protracted I ttG
j which will go to the band. i ... I. .. :
will have to .., .
ativegj, and returned home cold spell at this season, I f The members of the company all > -
.,", be satisfied with discolored syrup I
r.L save the stubble for next year's! acted their parts well. The songs I

-. .Bre'ton, a negro woneast k- cane crop. The scarcity of barrelilkept I and music by individuals and the or- i

Coast Mill, was a c- many from grinding in good !I chestra were exceptionally fine. { ,
killed time, but some thoughtful ones sent ------- -. .' *'
Tuesday afternoon.th Mr. Arthur Djyle acted as inter-< --- ------ :
Valdosta and ,
-\Ine-t the edging saw, to suftlclent number. Thurday mornCold. locutor, and Messrs. Joe Stump, C. | ........ ()

.RS struck by a piece of Ing there was a ,ery heavy white I E. Lewis, Will Cowen and Chas. {.|

-. JkJJled_instantly. frost followed by a cloudless sky and Lang, our inimitable amateur comedians -II .MOVED
the full extent
brIght shining sun, so
Kr-.Bjnum' a acquitted themselves with ,
brickyard Is now of the damage inflicted has not
'wt brick, and will have Its yet been realized. honors. !I : THE DOLLAR BAZAAR E) .
a capacity 150,000 brick _t--- Mr. Arthur Doyle cklighted'the ,II J -
_I to burn Stops the Cou&h sad Works off the audience with five minutes of legs..-t < ()
by DecemitaD.t demain. His tricks with cards were MOVED TO PORTER & GLOVER'S .
has a capacity of indeed wonderful and something entirely -II (I
ttefdrying; shed wlllac- Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabletscuboid new. I We and now children offer our at such great value la Shoes.Hats and Clothing for men women C.
: 100,000. A number of in one day Nocure.nopay It is the intention of the company I the talk of the town. prices We guarantee as no otters ti save will meet Our Itollar goods are "-
you money give satistectlon
gene burned at Lake But* ; Price 25 cents. to go to Madison and Tallahassee m Lace Curtains SO cents Per Pair fl
._ the"near future and we commend '=:
tot :
J showed -- Large Bed Spread.
upwell.eswerfact only 73 cents.
these )
them to the theatre-goers 1
that the mate- "DR. L-F. FRINK. .. I YOURS TO PLEASE
.',..the be t. two cities. $
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Office upstairs over Staten's store B-o lo ""' g'' I I8ipaim PORTER & GLO\ ER's OLD STAND F

.,- blnOI6S 4 LOTS.vW.P.SHEPPARD o.tl in Bacon Block. dil .t. -' J 0
FLA. tl
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6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1874 j i

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I I the Company until those first elected shall Notice cf E :tmi: diolJ. = "
j be qualified are John J. Slater, tbarles U. -'
i Bell and S. Boteler Thompson, as Directors There will be an examination held !af E ---,., .
: and Charles U. Bell as President and 'ii'.
Treasurer, S. Uoteler Thompson as Vireo at Lake City on November 20th, 1301,

Sinking IMresldent and Manager, and Howard liarj j or the purpose of becurinjj more \
ris as Secretary. Said directors and <>l-
leers ball be elected annually <>u the t teachers for the public schools of
1 second Wednesday in AI.rll..t each rear i Columbia county. All! jteriinw wishing
beginning in the year I'( !. '
| tll take thetxiniiiKiliun wills! Jil-;

Spells ARTICLE VI I{ply thcuis:hf-i with pfi., ink and! U-

.I gal nnJ! meet at the court
Tbe said rporalinn shall adopt an ap- j | |paper
piupriate seal and shall adopt by-lays lor I ho..b: 0.1 the :Math of Novetiber, Jft-l

the government with tba Articles its attaint nut incinsUtent All applicants( stall! be required t,)

fainting, smothering palpitation the laws ..1 the State of .Ibcullo.ratlunand Florida which I pay ZIM exami uitijn ter.It'Ipt'ctlt .
t\a.\ \ \
be amended ly.
may repealed as piovided ;
pain in left side, shortnessof in said by-laws. T. II. OWENS,

breath, irregular or intermittent i ARTICLE VII ,. Superintendent of Oolumi i tCo.NU'I'ICE The rand Yon Have Always Bought, and which has bees '
I in use for over 30 has borne '
and retarded circulation Tbe highest .amount of indebtedness "rlid.ility years, the sisnatnre --of
pulse to which said Corporation canal and has been made
FOR I'UIJUCATIUNDepartment { under Ida
all from weak any time subject itself is thirty thousand ,, PEl- .' ,
come a or dollars. of tbe Interior I sonal sopenisfon since its infancy -
defective heart. Overcome Land: Offae at t!j ncsilk, Florida, J- Allow
ARTICLE nil t/t"td. 'r .1st. I'01.1 I no one to deceive yon ft rthfs- :

these faults by building up the Tbe names and residences of the incor- Notice it hereby rh'en that the tulio\\'ln All Counterfeits, Imitations and Jost-as-good" are but i
poi afore ..f said Col poration and the sub- named sctller has bled m'tice ct his lotI'. -
heart-muscles and making the bribers for stock: thereof with the numbtr L ion to make anal pmuf in sui-porlot hs Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
of shares of its slink subscribed fur ',Uim andiUatsaiJ iro-.tB-H beTnade. tx.foieCUrkCirrnit .- Intuits. and Children-Experience against
heart-nerves strong and vigorous. by each,' are a-i follow ('iurt at Lake (':t,. Fli Experiment.4,
on November :!;.th. Uitl viz: James l. i!. rrtsolLaLeCitv ,
Dr. Miles' Heart Cureis I S BoTEi.tu TRO IPauN.-Teu Shares i iI Flaw l!.!. \.>. i,7i:! tor the not \,''4
i I Lake <.111.1 rids: < re'i M'cSJtp: ::Jsr.utn range 17 e, He names What
the remedy to use. It is ii I JOHN J. SLJlTEH.-Forry-five Shares the follow mgwitnissea to ) \'elusion tii is CASTORIACastoria .J
New York City, New York. uous residence upon and cultivation III said ,
the best. I CHARLES G. BELL-Forty.tour Shares, land tiz- Charles Foster plat rv Johnson. 11-
i Savannah Georgia. Jrlf Jlattox and M. S. Hill all ot Lake City. is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare ,- ,igOl'ic

"I had fainting and smotherIng !|, HOWARD IlAKhis.-One Lake City, Share.Florida: Ha(Ed )Jd) W. G. Eolilason.l.t'ghter. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It ;'l

spells, dizziness with: a full contains neither
I STATE or FLORIDA, .- Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic -
feeling la my head and deranged : COLUJlIU if ss. substance. Its is its
TAX DEED XOTICI1 age guarantee. It destroys Worms
... stomach. I heard of Dr. Miles' ; Before me personally
Heart Cure and at once began; it) appeared Howard Harris and h.i Notice is hereby given that C. \V Cone the and allays Teverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind -;
use. I could see an improvement i Holder Thompson, to me well known as purchaser Tax t rrlillcateNo. 311. dated Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures
after the persons who executed tbe foregoingarticlesof the 7th day of April A. D. ls>'I. has tilt d slid Constipation
the first dose, and just two incorporation LOIUUA GIN- certificate in my ofilie. and has made apple and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the ..j
bottles cured me completely" NINO COMPANY and they duly ackni.w'1- 1
cation lor tax deed to issue i'l accordance: Stomach
N. LABZEUER, !:omen, Mich. edged that they executed the same fur the with law. SaidcertiLcaU embracestu.. lol- and Bowels, giving healthy and 'natural sleep, s
lurposes therein xpl."d.I lowing described properly situated In Columbia The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
i witness whereof I have hereunto set county.'Iorida.. t.-\\It: swHotsw'tof
D Miles'Heart uiy band and official seal this nth day of see 33 tp. 1. north ot ranee 17. l'a..1.Itl
*. : September A. I).. n.l>1. acres. The said land being assessed at the '
o -*- '. W. M. IVES. date of the issuance ot such certificate in GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
-. -J SEAL County Judge. the name ot owner "U n known." Unless :
Cureis -.- said certiacatc shall be redeemed according
STATE or NEW YOBK. fCUCNTT ', to law tax deed \\'iUlsue thereon on tie! Bears the Signature of ,
v*' l.Hth day of Note mix:r. A. U. lAilWitness
Of NEW mutt (
a heart and blood tonic of : Before me personally the 1 th day my ot official octolx signature A. U. ItnL seal this
pi>eured John J. Slater to meveil
M M Scarrorouen, Clerk
unequaled power and never the foregoing known us urticles the JA'rs'n'bt..t incorporation> executed ot [Sean} Circuit Court of Columbia; ('II.. Fla.

fails to benefit if taken in time. I .'I.oIU1I.GIiNISU UOMPAMY.und he du- '
ly acknowledged that he executed the same : A WOK I'MY SU;CESSOU.
Sold by druggists on guarantee.Dr. .I..r the jmimst* therein expressed. ,
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my baud and onlci:il seal this 16th day ofSeptember : "5omcthin New Uisdcrj
Miles Medical Ca Elkhart lad.

.- -, -, .-, |,; -J. SEAL- '- 'J., A. U., l'Hl.1>. C WHEAUTYJ Notary I'ubhc., i I j I i,,j!I: All docte's' nave the tried Sun.to"curd CATARRH by The KM You Have Always Bought :

New York County)
| the use of,powders, acid gases, inhalers and -
Articles of Incorporation| | STATE op GEOUGIA l drugs in | nslc loriu. heir j owders dry up .
l. COINTY or CHATHAMfsxi the inucuous mi brands causing them to In Use For Over 30 Years. .: -
i Before me personally crack "P"n and bleed.1 The powerful acids
Florida Ginning Company. Hppeared Charles G. Bell to me used in the inhalers hue entirely eaten tee CIMT.U. eO.PA.... n mummAi vcn. new ton*con..1OIt .
well known us the person who executed away th" s::membranes that tbe.rmal; : -
-- I the torecoing articles of incorporation ot ers have aimed to cure while pastes ana
FLORIDA UIXMNU ointmebts cannot reach thcdisea.se. An old
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE ( duly acknowledged tbat l'JiN1cut d the and experienced j:raititio-ier who b. s for
lnl'd. have this day organ same tor the purposes theirin expressed manv ears made close study and specialty -
seed and associated ourselves into a Corporation In witness vhereof. I have hereunto set of the treatment c.f ('ATIKKII. has at last
to be known as FLOHIDA GINNING my hand iind nfflclnl seal this Utb day of pc-riecied a treatments bu h when la.thlullyuseo -- -- ------ --- .-- -f
COMPANY with its principal place September, A. 1,.. ISXil. not jmly relieves at once but permanently -
01 business at Lake purpose set torth in the Charter and Articles ] -JsEALf Chatham County, Georgia.'I!I cause..topping the diseharRCS.aad curing
of hereto - - -
Incorporation annexed copy : -r lIt all inflammation It is the only remedy ,| J
of which has been tiled in the office of the i known to science that actually reaches the
Secretary of State and that we will apply -- aOlictcd parts llnswondertul remedy is
to the Governor of the State of Florida TAX DEED NOTICE. known SNUFFLES the ct'AIUSTEElI CA- I --------1
1- "Thot Shalt Not w3
tor Latters Patent upon said Charter and TARRH (TKr.an.1 is sold at the extremely
Articles of Incorporation.S. Notice Is hereby ghentbat M. S. Knight low price ot One Dollar each package containing -
BOTELEB THOMPSON', the purchaser of Tax Certificates No. 174 and internal and external medicine sufficient -
JOHN J. iLATktt 17J. dated the ith day of August A. D. is*. for a full month treatment and everything PERFECT COST yTHENT IS BORN M THE KITCHEN. HEALTHFUL MEALS, ":
CHARLES u. BELL, has tiled said certificate in my office and necessary to its perfect use. "A
UOWABD HARRIS. 1 has made application for tax deed to issue "uNL FFLLS' is the only perfect CATARRH I
in accordance with law. Said certicate embraces (TRI!: ever made and is now recognized as Wilts for Clfclo&u of 100 Ltlercnl COmb U ll1U ul tin Sea prod ictiou at Oa Twututk .
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. I the following described property sit- tbe only safe and positive cure for that annoying Cr.h.17. God, for a modest outlay ualtt bit worth l P IIf.
Wet tie ubderstgned, hereby associate uated In Columbia county Florida to-wit and disgusting disease It cures all
ourselves together tor the purpose of incorporating t se">& ot sea( sec. sip tpi 2, range 17. and sw t, of Inflammation quickly and permanently and t INVESTIGATE -
and forming a body corporate i w" sec. 21. tp. :1 range 17, and set( and ne+ Is also wondertully quick to relieve HAY
under the laws of the State of Florida. j of sw M sec. 2L tp. :. range 17 south and east rEnat and tou in the HEAD
., The said land being:' assessed at the date of CATARRH when m'ele<'ted often leads to $ vir
ARTICLE the issuance of such certificate in the name cofcSCHPTIOHSXUf will save
L i i ot owner "unknown." Unless said certlae you use It at once. It Is noJ or,1i nary remedy youif : :i
The name of said Corporation shall i, ,, cate shall be redeemed according to law but a complete treatment which is positively 1 $!*4 aim sirti J&9M715 '
FLORIDA tax deed will issue thereon the 18th
GINNING COMPANY and its on day guaranteed toi'urecATAHBU in any r 1
principal place of busines, Lake City Flor- of November, A. D. 1SUL form or stage if used according to direc-
Ida. Witness my official signature and seal this tions which accompany aach package. Don t yt ii
I the lath day of October. A. D. IKul.! delay but send torn at once and write full + 'i '* ice done of forty years Experience "
M. Clerk
particulars as to your condition. and 1 !
The general nature of the business or : [Seal] Circuit Court of Columbia Co. Fla. will receive special adv ice from the discoverer you- + = a + z t Morn the Home

businesses to be be transacted by said corporation --- of this wonderful remedy regarding &r S j ti t Economize in Fuel .;j
shall be that of your case without cost to'o beyond the r'
buying selling 1- TAX DEED CERTIFICATC.
of SNCI'F'LES" Clad the Household's Queen.u
regular .
trading and dealing in cotton and cottonseed price the Guaranteed ; gg a s flake
and their the ihereby! given that Thomas McCoy Catarrh Cure.
products. ginning. -
and compressing of cotton. and-pressIng the the purchaser of Tax CerliUcate No. 470f Sent prepaid to any address in the United .,
manutacture of cotton and cotton-need f ,, dated the 7th day ot August, A. U. U0 bas States or Canada on receipt ot One Dollar.
products. and for the aforesaid tiled said certincate in my office, and has Address D it. .::11. EiWlN It. Iii LES i. COM i
to buy sell. own lease rent use and operate made application for tax deed to Issue in accordant PAN. ; and eI3': Market!,.Philadelphia. ; ,&4Di 4&1l BY
with law. Said certificate
e embraces -
gins oil
presses compresses mills fertilizer
mIlls. and all machinery, tools. implements the following described property = "J
supplies and property. both real i situated in Columbia county Florida to- .PMitinW GUARANTEED lilhiPS BIRO F MFO
and personafincluding&ucn bufldmgs.man. wit: Lot No. 316 southern division.. ot Lake
maturing plants and appurtenances as <, City. Florida. The said land being assessed UNDER A
are, or may be necessary lot the conductof at the date of the issuance ot such certiB- $5,000 DEPOSIT ?1ASfltrl LLE TLN ( ".,
said business or businesses, and also the: cate in the name ot "heirs of Sandy Jenkins It
Unless said certitlcate shall be redeemed .
manufacturing buying, i'
selling. trading
and dealing in fertilizers. goods. wares and; according to law tax deed will issue thereon -
merchandise and the doing of all things 1 on the 25th day ot November. A. 1>. 1901. 200 FREE
necessary or appertaining to the conduct | itness-my official signature and seal this g I IT WRITTEN" I t
of general fertiliser and general merchan the 23d day ot Oct. A. LI 1'JUL Scholarship offered.
dice bubinessror either: also to do any or: i i M. M. Scarborough. Clerk S Vnie Quick 10 I "National Steel Rages are the "Never had a stove to bake as t
all of the Circuit Court ( olumbia county, Florida,
businesses, or things before men CA..ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE.Macon.Oa. best made," "
tinned either alone or in combination or evenly quickly.
In partnership with Individuals and other $15- to $18 a week. _.__= I II Y. Patec, Mobile, A!.. MBS. EU.ES TVNIS,l
coporations or either. i, salary for an intelligent man or woman In "Abundance! "of hot water always "In 30 years housekeeping, never I
ARTICLE III. each town. Permanent position *) cents famished. "
per hour for spare time. Manufacturer. W. R. BKracHuasT, ClaiLsville. had stove 10 plea'I'II'...
The amount of the capital stock of ibis Hoi "s, Philadelphia. o-ll-fit KodolDyspepsia Rsv.J. B. EEWUC, Naah lle.
corporation authorized Is Ten Thousand : "After one year's hard service 1
-- -- ,
Itallars. divided into one hundred shares : sM u. in -1 "
nt One Hundred Dollars each. The said L. E KOUERSOS: (t. B. perfect condition. I am sure there is none superior.

one hundred shares of stock in said Corporation RODERSON & SMAUU.JTTORJrEl'S FA.NSIXO O2PHAS SC-.OOL, Natuville. 1 J. T. ABEABM. Suprnntrnt
hall be paid for In property consist I Water WorkS, Na>Ufa.e. I ,
lug of the East (eVi) Half ot Lot Number i ivy i AT L.? JJ'. Cure "Not one-half the fuel required .;.11

Sixty-ileven, in the city of Lake City. State : LAKE CITY AND JASPER, FLA. : as formerly." "The National, the best range "
t Hurlda. and the
"> cotton ginning plant I .
erected thereon with all machinery and I Will do a general practice in State and MATRON VASDZBBSI.T tr I VESS:TT. in use.

iquipment connected therewith the lust Federal courts. Collections and conveyance Digests what you eat. I nave never seen one I would C J. CCSTER, Hickmaa Ky. t ,
c aluatmn of same being Ten Thousand Dol ing. Lake City office Second floor > in- .:-
lars. zaut Block dlstW-lvr Itartificially digests tbe food and aids exchange it for." C "Takes less wood and less time.

ARTICLE IV. Nature in strengthening and reconstructing I B. F ST *TTO''. Nashville T.J. DODD Camdro. t

i! the exhausted digestive or I ,
The said Corporation shall exist for the gans. It is the latest discovereddigestant

..4"I turn ils it Articles ninety-nine as required years by from law.the tiling HEADACHE and tonic. No other preparationcan I LET IS SEND YGU A BOCK OF LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATIONS. ,

ARTICLE approach it in efficiency. It instantly DON'T EXPERIMENT jt jl BUY WHAT YOU KNOW TO BE GOOD. I
relieves and I
permanently cures

The officers of said Corporationshall be ( Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, I I.j
1 tesldent. Vlee-1'residenu Manager. Secretary Flatulence, Sour Stomach Nausea, I STOVES TftWiREGUSSWAU MAMTISQUElNSVtAKE 5141151OW"
and Treasurer elected by a Board cnw : lots RUWI4IOIS
y t. birectnrs. and a Board ot three Uirei? Sick Headache, Castralgia.Cramps I 1
l n'. elected by the Stockholders. The ofUieis all other results of imperfect digestion. .
who will conduct the btftiness of At aD itug atom. 3i Do** 25c.r Price 50c.and IL Large size contains Z54 times I' PHILLIPS & BUTTORFF MFG. CO. X NASHVILLE i .t

". II small sue.BookallaboutdyspepsiamailedinM! 'I .. .I "
Prepared ty E. C DeWITT'fl' CO. Cblco: a. - - -- - -

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H a Florida Agricultural Collegee .

.*1:j LAkE CITY, FLA. 1.

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!Beginning Sept.. 30th, 1901. M ,

t.: rrrr. iiEJcrcf3f &' ,
Mot- curses of four years in Iculture.-Mecbankal Engineering. v.l
L1tin-Science. lassies. One years course in Business Stenograph! }. Q'
ta Typewriting and Telegraphy. A Preparatory course of one or two 5ears,. v. .. _
a.s required, for those wishing to prepare tor the olkge. Post-graduate ,!$.. -
courses are also offered. VAfA : ,

Young men under.Military discipline. Young women under refining I
borne influences at FosUr Hall, ,
r1 Tuition free to Florida students. Other expenses very smalL 5>1

A4 Fine modern buildings and first class equipment. f
'S address
For catalogue -

i T. H. Taliaferro, C. E., Ph. D., i>:i

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i:. aug16 -- -President. .
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Lake City. Ha., J- !
fm.8 Nov. IS. IDOL 1 .
RAllWIlY C.mr.cilmet. AId Guy Gil'nVa,; i __ Just take ,your choice. -

'; !.!..Y SRil; :t: I called to preside. Present : AWermen i -r An attack of Fever at ''

Ilenson, n.ger".1'Iymptl1l1 and \\afts this time of year with +;t
;: Quinine the treatment
-: fiw1tI Hi,. ao t_bvm-Ht.ux vll'l:-'io .t I-- -i.I ;1 I 31 The urinates of last meeting ere v- means a week or t f
-, la 'l LV 11 read and auproved. ten days lot front Business. "
: 3\ 0,430P
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< ::1'1 \' Jactsnnvtltef 9 3U )I8; ;
:lOa.II a
p 00.r I u Theconlciltteeo I ., \
__ Streets
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i.j NorthWest
hi tr.a: i -
I t1 4v
.J. PII I';- I WaId0---_. j 1.._.. glLip 't It ten of 'L "
days i
:;.l. PSa1137p! -.... ,. (Iaineavi1e.. .. 11 M? lu M I Cxtersun reported in favor of iil -
-:J-: a j :3i 4>" '_ *Cedar .".". ""!" .'I: 15\)'... ..1.'I unhappiness for you and
"' .:,..1 4 gpj} 1i a:,....__ .i r !\.lv HeyrCwX : :::..., G 3.; p ...... the recent Mirvi-y. The report was \ ayeu, ten days cf hard work -

: JlljJ',33.3.-: ._. j (>cal rSPI.ln.I..h._... .. __._ l:15p -... ''I received and on motion of Aid I'lymi- .,. and anxiety for tlube '
: 4ri %
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"I I s WJ*! IiSlah iii!. \\(xr.l. __ 7 .-.. IgSiSyWi.l331 i no a I ,1
i'Il: .. i .1.| :! I'a ton the ordinance l< >e yoa (7 ,
": reillUrS.-_....-..II".. .!...-__' 3l7p 3 committee was instructcd ;
;:- _i' :.i! w l'l'U n-Ii.__ ,. .--:.. 3Ua I to i This is rutt'c .. mjvv'.11 ? P i $4 y* _"_.'_'..-. __"!tlrlainlo__ --._- .-..-...i _..."' 5 34\JO; i sua73Ja prep ire an ordinance onOa very happiest anpect It a,1 -
[_"'" : 7 IZiilJSid 5 Ja ..-..._-i h.lnt..r Park..._?.. .._ .I.i -t* Ij. _. the suhj ct. might mean your dosth; 't ,
11. "r' tat ; .. n..te(1.v___......._, ... IK'I
.. nt and
1f 63a, :t SI PI "Plant. City--_. 5 a motion tf Aid. Rogers that! a it often IIIUIDS a
=1<: ''i' '':1!II:I lU a a.I.! u", t.----,....._ :1 'l'.mpa__.....-_.--.. .... .j' i 54UPt8111 5i i ; Lila cotiiuijttcebc a;,;iointerl tj-i.'cii.-e the I ns d Quinine for 10 days. breakdowntngeneral I hours u:<*
,I.!.; .....,.;: : ).: f.i ....... bjrteyof the territory alk-d the I am free of fever hut Icel health from which some hour .Nmer f,!t Iflterm
--yli lIIlIa to utterly wretched. I am recuperate very slowly.my IIr.litl not lin-e nil
r<< p '.:.:= 'Cunneon town deaf a* a post. Lost 10 in
n-.ale at Ternandina of Lake! Ciy .I'J thodur.rrof If you area rich man I oui.ce weight Can el t
.l.r.-,,,,,..,.. with Cumberland I pounds. anything.
route I the city the time is worth much
leaving steamer, : presf leit aj';>:,Iati.l Aldcrtuea your Ito _____
;; Fcrnandina '.
-: 1t) p. ui. daily your estate. If you
f 1'lynpton l:. ,
> er and fi.r.- '
except Sunday arriving nruns\\"id ;: are a poor man, your time n worth much more to your family The rich ., '
u p. I.t Wll. man might better affordto suffer a loss ft f 100 00 a day, ns a result from en i r

I.I ,... _. On raotion of Al 1. R-iger-, the forced absence from business than the poor man can lose the value' of his ).i'!>o-.
0 rv.AK.o. _1. I tLea\"e I"ernanttna for Council ordered JIarij'i Both men-rich or poor-are sttipiJ to Use 10 days lien2rto4SI.ursi-| : < '
c' JacL street a
,Iiie- r---: : .-... 11211 a' clue ,:;u oii.it the limit of time required to put them in good condition JoluiMuu Cliill and
.. -. ,-.; ._. tra a. m. and .1M II m. sprinkled' tom r o\\. ,. by ;
.. Fever Tonic. _
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....' ._ .,: ... .. .. --.I: rap /! Arrivals at Jacksonville from The committee relorttJ that I always feel sorry for the family that is wedded to the plan of su.j..tin.! ,: S Y
_... i .. .. 31" p. ". the :f.& !7.19 had been themselves to the Quinine treatment. .
1 .
.ort and coi.ccted
1 East \0. on the .
-.. .. .. .. .. .. I' 31 1':5.; a. m.:0.. j
'.. 1" 27 flia. N 3 tax look of The process is slow. The result' uncertain. The tre iwiit iisTJohnson's "'thing
:= .-t--.-- 4 lJa ni, o. 31'C-lo p. m. lpjtbeetNo.27 \ IX'i), .:rd the balance of |
.....fl II y -. I urn Tonic has two cardinal that should .
r. Oi :::5p.. tae IMIIHU inline It itt*!> t''antic'lal _
-n. From commissions
the S6J03
pail to \\. it to
: ; every thinking man in this 't
.h --"- "-" Sliutb- country. t
.a. s tea i No24 at 8 -
.. .. ; a. m., No w at \V. ,, ,
I. Philip- First of all it is ,
.. &:11;z:2:: .. :: .... T a a :,3:55 P. ui. assessor. The report waapproved. .Abnolatcly harml" '!. II.ini.tev* vial'V ail circumstance
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; ,. 'T The committee i I i Second it is quick; it acts at one In 30 inim.tes :attar it- a-ltiris!:tiler.. _
'fii.34the Fla and Metropolitan I.tmitl'd."cstibuled train between 01 cemetery pike it enters the blood and begins to unto tin-:iivln..f C.ULMby M.i! ti'iv (
rlII4aultw \ork\ia Ricbn.oud reported. Oi motion of AI,]. I'Ier It has wonderful ... ,
and Washington includin"drawu.diainjfan a record c-f 17 years of .u(r (>I;. 12:f OIMN n t ( f f'1'f.V
olHcrvaman buffot sleeping cars between Jacksonville- I! the cemetery committee was author 1000 are promptly cured null the lOTOih: civ.1 ran be oiMly l'ul't.tll.y 1 d! >uUu..i '_' ?
jiiu5Flaand ized to sink the dose and taking it a little oftencr.
a pipe well with force ..
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..Ulanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train consisting of dJ.1 pump. Johnson's Tomo is \\ondciful nuMIrinR. It is nc.t mere u:f.re! s mail bagage and express CIrS between Jacksonville and Wash- is snpE'rb. No remedy in tie whole domain .of Mitfl.-i.i Me.1'c-i i.. m -ru p.il \ i "-
sod l'ulhnaosleepers! between Jacksonville and dew York. I I The account of M. II. Ktmptop, in its action and unfailing in its results. '. '

i tiers for KeyeIt: and llavanna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuc's1H | J4.SO cents for feed of priiones to It will cure. It will cure every time. It.w ill cure every c.!&j or i'e\.(>r. It -
iM Thl'5d\y.U.OO p. m. date, was paid. will cure any type of fever. :
Sand sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. The petition i' It is the one great medicine that st loci divipfxiinKDon't I
..jptoaoUon.at City Ticket ufiice :.'0! \V. lay street. of A. 1 Alexander to : trifle with Teer If allo'o.l to run, it is t:1i. a 1*- use :o1\'e-It.1! '
:"te Telephone "GO, I repair roof on burn-it will Jo'uivm.. Tonic = ..
;' .*.- JAS.M.DARR : dwelling on block 83 consume yogiITse Uso: :11I11'! r;: e-* _
I"-"=* .. It. E. L. BUNCH was granted. Now take your choice. Lie in bs'l for laJs or uiijlie! \v* k-.. an-1 |jiiri .
,' Gen'13up't Gen. Pass. Agent. your digestion with Quinine. and arise SnallyiUi all the liar .! Vn I '
yjivf .+# Portsmouth, Va. I Ordinance No. li, as to market :u : _
out of yon or use Johnson's Tonic and l.e restored! at one to I err. ci lnaMi"o .
|| 31jDQ ELLAssIstant Gen Passenger Agent, Jacksonville' Pla. was.presented. ,.fl'ad.. read-by its titreau !'-, loss of vital force. No loss of flesh. No u&stoof prctiot time. Take jour i .,!.

I tile tniru time and put on itassage. choice. '; .'.,}

r; ::GEORGIA.SOUTHERN & FORIDA RHVY. men p Ilenson. The Rogers vote was, I'lympton: l\yc-\lder.and I: A. B. GIRARDEAU, S.1\"ann h. Ga. ntf. ,- -

fsUWANNEE W atts-4. .; nays-0. The ordinance ]1 ,
( F..IVER.ROUTE 1 : .
!, was declared passed and certified to :
r 'Schedule the Vj 'i ':.-?
: in EffectAugust 1st, 1901.r maj'or. I

4 On motion of Aid. Rogers Aid I AK0 1TJ.TI7ES ( '

""Wife"Hjer. Qllick 'I Dixie Watts was authorized- to build a' --:: t

80CTIIBOCXO.. A.M.Vacua .. A.A1.step_ i NORTH' uor\D KljerPM sprinkler.On motion Council adjourned. I = The Famous Atlanta Optician. = a ':.ti"

j Attest: \\'. M.1WFS Clerk.'I
5-1 ,
KatUlcrnGrovaz.li 1345' 6 Lv. 1'alalkaFlorahome M 615 -- $ .-u. i.'J -':' c.1''M-: ''.Io...'..', ;, ..

t' CiudJUVt h J.i 1 75.115 4U. I Hampton i I 648 73174S! A bill will be introduced--- in--congress I I .... ,,..:...--....<.-. =- ;..-,:>;:',.","!..':.. \:\;j..r.'E .JoL1oi"X :'J.'t'<_. ._..."-"" 'tI-' .,_ '. 'J

nna 1 : 311 Sampson City to pay Mrs. )McKinlcy a ear's salary if ;:; : ..;=.'t.:;;.} :: :. : "',, ... :
I II ::u Lake Butler HID j : '.< -... f',;, .. "' .: '. .: '" ,.,,,, "" ',., ::, .
CwtcleAraU 4 3 fill II 00 Lake < "" ; < ".''' ''''' : :: ''' ....;; .. '
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City vui t'- : ,
or SoO.dOO) as was done: in the j :< I Ii; lYN White Springs 9219.VS ::.:-"j... ,\/t'.. "" 4t&A. = ::; 1" J ...:i '.. ,,
1 hbura 1191 9 S.1 Ja.lKT cases of Presidents Lincoln and Garfield $/ .. .... .) ; ._
TiWft40u 1 i017 'lf.' ", 1" (.;.1 .. ;.;. ..: ). "... 2.r :: .,' .":.
JcnninssLake { "
11111: and it is 1 ;; :J-s.. ; : =<"' ;: .. : .
r, TIton 4 (n 11I31 Park iii 3i9V possible that a pension I : c. ...:r.A..e -hF; I -. ...,.., !
'Ada lp.A* ** foal Ar \'alitostaUcartpine !, 110.1 of $J,000 a year may also be ....,.},,1'l', :>.a.:. ". .i7 -... J ".'7 "? ;'i\ l1 }(: ,
,4 iI'I 1I1l; Lv&IIIOr1ta ;Ji i 11 111 \ i .. .:; ;, ... .. : ".. i'1' .
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RcartpineVildooa 4 II MI 11 ii:. granted her. However as Mrs. McKinley : .i'; ..' ""_.I"u.cf ;J"j'L". : ":";'" .:- .' :z' ;,_
\&t.f V.I..ta = 5256M 1151 r. Adel !i Ulilli is already wealthy she G'Yi''. \ :;!i'', 7 ......\ :1t.; 'f .. r N <;"
: 11 51 SparksTittoii ; IIfI may } \ )J,
i 1' :.tate Park 1 5 :e.9 123'1 Ar. .1! 1.40U45 decline to be a pensioner. i .. ... ::.F :M. .. .r. ;/ "' "'ai ';;;;;;t"i''j
i.. Jrnniags: :. I 13 1SU .Lv. Tit ton -.- --.-.- ... .110.;; 11.." ._ ". '"." ,.. '.';: I '- .,.:'zl: ,'''-rl,"..... _;.
"a ,'
>lp"r 6r 1 : AsbburnAralii : Hi I '1 L .. -- 11
;" Tfilte Spring* : 7 W It ', W. T. Wesson, JJliplsonviUe, Va., | tb \: \ .
Late City 7 : = UII (' rdeIe" J.V .
druggist writes: "Your Oae Minute t.N
-take Ender 8 :S : :::. tl \lenna"1 l sn Care j' !: .;" .;1;... i.. r.\; .
FaarauaCity: ;, II 45 245 UnaUllla.roxaula 233: Cough gives perfect satisfac- ..--. .. ctCOLD
., UamllWa '. HOIV. J'I-I lion. My customers say it is the _.. ,
_- Fl'iraSome .1 3 21 Kathleen best remedy for coughs, colds I
,1.'t l'aUtb l'1 1) AI Si I'4 AI.IUr._ Macon V A:3 Sat M and lung troubles." A. R. \Yise. .

---==- -= ==:::::. MEDAL--
?, Sl11 DiJ.1' iUXGTlOS P 1XTS.atiiam ; ; .

; SlI''a"l.. m II. A. WILSON.: Hig heht Award Diploma ot Honor.
CCofufCf 4 :: 41). Out 1 Ar Waycrovi'PM 6.:) 0:!11iiTSii91
7 tpm i 1- 1
: m am; p I.Y Tltton' 134" ESTAfL.tS11Etl IQ7O. :
ban Bl 71'11"31.1! 13S'I 71"e. ArTlioma.-niUe Salt .. : :I
lion by f .. UIO:4IUIIM.: : I pmamIM ::3. 4-: ... -
p ml| a ml an' an IT Valdnt.ta :III II ;,11 Ilkl, ..1 These Famous Glasses for Sale by
;a is 4 ta: 'J >>, mw ts 41, \r Tliomasille : II 11I111 t 1fJ'H;tI of' I
Ga1LR lUll 74... .IY5) 9Li t'ml amIm 1 : 1 ii iiV:4 :
11 ..:'1! Jt.: t21t3!!
I Valdosta & Son Tested ;
Watts & Eyesight Free. ..
lU Jack.vunllle 1! amlp 9.e., BL: i'I .I ,. ,, I : }
y sin: : : :' '" ..:; Ir f
m 's2: :'j 1 'I' r; .' :.
Lv Lake Butler Ie 1-;;
: >e lug I '. Ar JackMinilleI.v ill pm l III am.I i:313f :I .VIC .. .,!..;. .. '''' !.;:.) i!I Caution-Han. glasses are never peddled.maT lie lTUI sure that "IIa Lcs" is stamped on framo

ja mi pm I x'3I I 111 I If i : .. :. 1. '.
a Sampson 011 ; ;, : -: . I __ I.t .' i\r Gainesville__ .. .. 1! 3i,1u, I : \.J: .: .. i! \ :.,

Daily exccj t Suiiiia-. t Sunday only.ertjret" 1 fri
ball through coach and CullJiant-leepi-rbi'lttecn Micon and Ja.-k.
.Y1LlgedL andthroue'jfoartiani' local bll.t"p.r bitnci-ii llama aDd I'alaua. II
"'"a J'I'D ra Mai uaio"i ili_it n:'W n moo and remains in unwn II"}lot on return: llND11iFiI; FIRST-CLASS f f1VIEN'S : ; ,
: nick Step- solid traia 1Ct\h't'l1 Macon and PaUiLa. The I
:,-- 4Vl'RrrKLEY SH.\W. ('. B. 1 RHODES, Only WOMEN'S ANDCHILDREN'S ; ;
",';. '\lce-President, -Gelerall'.1'Hfa.gCt t, L\':= :;:'tv. lo.. : .

MacON' 0*.\. CCllhnl an,' Casket all Sl\'te" amiliir ,
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nALt:, T. P. A. iiAKtYiicavt: I 1' A., : '
,. Onkisl'mnnllt! Filinl
llquUfAtl.1ata.G.1., 2)1 \\'. 15ly S..J uc t trill:'. 1 t.t. !

't-. -:-". .. _._u .__ ._ : / '. ) Fi'up1en house : ,-.
CLOrmNO ;,

ant _System.in gar, OVERCOATS, I :;

tmmm t &* f m mm taaJ tTNI>ZEW. AB, !: e Q

: .Great Through Car Line, from Ffnrrid:1. E FINE 1TEOK PTJENISIIINGS.\VKAIi-, in 0 eorgta ,

CONNEO'L1iO" TS : i j

v SHIET3, Sic. _
Eas'.1 The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston, Rich-nond and #
.1 Washington. 4 1 -
-. "n The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia a'.J :;: Ladies' This is guaranteed 1 : '' }
IL }:
J by Milo imitation by
Wa hington. .F ,1 d :
I till1 Flannel
i-J- every competitor, and
4 The Southern Railuayia Jcssup, Atlanta, ('hattar.ooSa ("!1 TAIT..OR-MADE confirmed by the w

est The Louisville & N lshville via ntorairy.; t purrs, -
} The Southern R'y via Savannah Cwlumbia anJ"hlllc.. 1901-02 t,! Eainy-E&y and Dress Largest Patronage ; .

-1. '. The :Mobile Ohio P. R. via Moa oaiery.5t 1 .:11 t Skirts, Underwear, of the People.Boys'Girls'an. I'
t ?RAD1eaMof1K Offers every possible s Keekwcar, ,

R- ,l'' Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New (i advantage to weft! S Hosiery; Corsets .

"l. York, ladelphia and Jto-to'i. I and economical drets- ''A cpsofEvery>Style.: ..
." .;/ Via Norfolk York Baltimore andUa-hin:!ton. '
; for New ers at r .
IJ I Via Savannah anti lIerchants Miners 'iran-jwrUtioa OAK JChildren's I .
.._ ? Company for IJaltimore and 1'hiladelphia.
,.. Inconlestible! Prices. i .

j } Via Peninsulaiind Occidental Steamship CI>. i Clothing, Overcoats, \ ''
,N.\....'. WHISKEY lri Jackets, '
tIae.1 i i a T Je 0. D Eats, Caps, Hosiery, ': 6'
t Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steams.I: P Underwear and '

:} Line for Ualif ix, Hawk-cherry and CharluttestoWlnd l t. ; SOFTENED BY AGE. To any Express Office and examiiiat'on; privilege.Furnishings.. .

.- ; :' Awarded Gold Medal ii Allania{ Eiposi&a.ISTHE a' gives you every facility for personal selection. ".. _
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apexenrstonrateato to nuC'a1(1.. K. Y account ran-Ametraa E XFMltl4era ." : : BEST AND SOLD PUREST T3EC;11f : Carhart Union=Atade Overalls.ILILLEVY&BRO.Savallllah,6a.
atrb will be l i ueratatormadon y WHISKEY
: un.1.-rlgned ;
uesof parties Nor-h. rent t* the ;
.", r. and band.omt advertising matter.M IN THE SOUTH.

_. : 'to Fates Sleeping ar Re lons. etc.. call on or irnle to i "

J1"r.lL JOLLY Division Pl1Sengcrgl'nt..Jaeks.pvttle. 713.Cea1 ; 'The LIVE OAK DISTILLERY CO. -
f:20... '. Astor UWCk.
ia9 W.UaySt! ,
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_. Established % .j
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P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR- Summer Rates. J' tfriAQaM9W9 --.. '
999 9 99iZ .
Lowest straight and summer tour- ? ..,f
rnf. BUILDER, ist rates, to the north, west and j Nine- 1 1
-------l )\ southwest, via the Louisville and !| LIERBINE 1
Nashville R. R- The Louisville and <
...LAKE CITY FLORIDA... Nashville R R. offers the lowest ) Tenths
F straight rates to all points throughout -7 ?.
A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES.CALL the north, northwest and south- ; of
west, and tourist tickets | Pure Juices from
bummer to
,all lake and' mountain resorts < .
_. --- ,. _. through the north and northwest, also all thePeople nmUIATEStheUver.Stomacfl >
-- -- -- .
to the Pacilic coast. Through > '
sleeping car tickets sold to Cincinnati -, : .
.newwwa' Louisville, Nashville, St. Louis: Cleanses the System, Purifies the Rieol
WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE 'hicago and New Orl ans. For de-
!, tailed information of the perfect I II\ Suffer J DES Malaria ll : Biliousness
WORMnSm I :i passenger service offered by the L. 11 ConstipatiOI _
!lost 111 QiWlti.'J'. JJe.Us Qaala [ '' & N. R. It., showing through schedules from a U Weak Stomach and; Impajret l
Semedlas.Oa'ST : :, sleeping car lines,and for rates. !! (J ( igestiniJ_-J
I reservations and desired inform- '"
.'C_ 80Zo>> : ALT D1-I.UGrGrSTS.: \ : ation. call on or address any B. II. Hopj't j i j., | Diseased f Eierf Same! Sma!! efd 136 SatlSfiC"uCi 1
PI'e-- -- JAN" ES F. BALLARD, St. LouIS kins, Florida passenger agent, Jack- j! J ::'A Z- .GrH HOorox'LH._ -:.. J :
>*J* l'*/WWWO/W"\/\AXW> > ->*'V>/ Sold by Geo. W. Price. I passenger agent, Louisville Ky. V cj.
I Prepared by JAMES r.
BAllJ.Ri.-a.J.8IIII.. JLofoJ \ -,
Connecticut is paying stricter attention Z;{ .
j !
than ever to the enforcement .

Nashville, Ghauanoiga &: St. louis RIJ.AN'D of the her wooden forestry nutmeg laws..industry Presumably baa I>II I Sold by Geo. W. Price. -,I

--' nearly destroyed the forests of that ;4NH -

Western and Atlantic R. R. I State. I II -= ;

t- I iHlliHt'1HHHiilllillmmffi!
"Battlefields Line" I The World's Orcatest Fever J

i i Medicine.
Through sleepers to Chattanooga, Nashville, and St. Louis. connecting in I I
union depots for Louisville, Cincinnatti, Chicago, Memphis I Johnson's Tonic does in a day what !i Spring; and Sum etll'c.ur
t and all points West and North-west. slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. : 1
1 '
C.E.RAHMAN G.P.A.,Atlanta Ga. T.M.DorLK.F. P.A., Jacksonville Fla. Its splendid cures are in striking con-
trast with the feeble cures mabe by \ wants of every rind can be CII byre
Quinine. factonh. The largest and CK,.tbcautilul colltclion promrtlTaad of utlsIti:
MH MUlin!r
If you are utterly wretched, take a'' MH havet-vcr j.re -uted awaits you. 'rte W
thorough course of Johnson's Tonic >*<
I r Fire Storm, Tornado and Cyclone Insurance. and drive out every trace of mala- ,: W< SPRING AND SUMMER HATS tJ Tt
rial aoisoning. The
It wise insure their
lives and t:: Together with a complete line of all kinds of first-class' w
BEST the wiser insure their await.- uuilacrr ***
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN INSURANCE your pleasure. Out-ot-ton
receive *"
health by using Johnson's Chill and t:: prompt attcntlua.
COMPANIES nEPnESEXTED""e" 'fever Tonic. It costs 50 cents if it ,

Rest Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. i I cures; not one cent if it does not r MRS. FUNKU-..

Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. I t i I I : Lo.o IMcnuMnth

Chalker & Small Agts. I II I Dr. W. H. Ives, Jr. i i!ii ...tti1......!_e..;..L..:::::...! .............:;::11.: _.'.....iI..I

.LAKE CITY, FLA. PHONE 118. i I r>. g

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0O Carriage Maker and Undertaker i i!I Ilrn I J. D..' CALLA', BROKER WAY, !i| Tom stDn s !

C and Caskets always on band at reasonable prices. Prompt i, REAL ESTATK AXD l
U attention to cards Day or Nigbt. Telegraphic orders promptly attended : INSURANCE: AGENT i 6J
to. O I
I i Georgia, Vermont and Italian flarble.

g i Cranite Wrousbt Monuments.hun Fences.Heads Parties tones Tablets.Statuary, Ako&teeland Y
needing Marble work
will find it to 4
i OTIS R. PARKER, I i their interest to write us Al Wark Quuulttt

I Valdosta ;;;bi-

Attorney. At Law. i Company
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DR. E. RIVIERE, I j '' -- -- .-

Office upstairs DENTIST in the rear,of Price's Drug I !( Lake I tfiM I Bottlii

\ Z... -=- -' _. .1\... Store. LAKE('ITY.I u 1I 1111 lfi;.
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i i! DR. J. L. NIBLACK .dompanij
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Buggies and Wapons! for sale and Dullt to Order. General Repair- O
/4 a specialty. All work guaranteed Carriage material for sale,also i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
"W agent for Marble Monuments and crave Stones. I i. Residence Phone No- 41. ( Gt0.3C57
O Headquarters at WISE'S Drugstore Almessages 1 %r tRUtTS -DEALEE INS -
J. A. FISHER i! kit here sill be .
I promptly attended to. .
; 113-117 HAMILTON STR. LAKE CITY, FLA.Southern I LAKE '
., INS- Drinks, Fruits, Vegetables
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,'T: B. OLIVER Tobaccos, Cigars, ;

COMMERCIAL; ; COLLECTIONS Cirr FLA. _; Nuts, Raisins, Apples

Practice in all State Courts prompt atten And Fine Candies.
tion to all liusines. Mortgages aud Deeds'. tw -
drawn and acknowledgements taken.MASTEE .

Jant-98) COLUMBIA CODSTI. Soda \Vuter, tSarsaparilla, Stra\vberry Dinner Ae

Seltzer Cider Etc.

H. He tic '__''-... k. Geo. J. Davis, Manager.IMMMHMMI. j.
a Got oot K%' >y''
t Railway C. Caught Cured. -

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4 DIRECT Cure that 6:; \ MER HEAT; 7'-
UI1M3-QUICK Tf MB TO, use with

W.tsblngtQD, BaUlmcr. Pblla4t1pbla, H.G.C. The thermometer will ftnn IH climbing to the Summer -

new York, bica-iO; Cincinnati, the afesufe Xl-I: G c.intriu,beat.to mark.get along You wltbout will vionlie that awrull w wi.fUuii) not run range uulil %
Bit :uta, BirmiahJffl, andpaJnless ,/ ___.__ O 'all.TFJV
I ChattaneQa, mentis, St.-Louts, Kansas flty. CURE.I O *
to 3 days. $1 at Druggist or .BL UE FAMEBIII
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ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST. Express prepaid. .
Ydr.ly tyLYE ; .
1\Etti ORLAiIl: ZKIULiriC, } < Flame maitesan ideal heat tor tt"'SIOK-qukk.
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INO V and.inomicaJ
OTHER We nave
LINE Mouou
AHHORDS SERVICE LIKE miSs For sale by George. Price. O It coit lat little: and la a great labor,acing decree
THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS AHMZOS with or without cooking uteosiNTry O:

AND THE the U.Bast:.ana FAST North.MAILTo Oeo. S. Hader & Son n C1

..0 the West and North-West.

The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot O can 0

Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the O Iron b
World. Through Sleepir.g Cars from Jacksonville to tflMANCFACTr1tk _ Afford

Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina. ., Iting" I ItO

Eh; ice of Routes to Paa-fltccriuti! xtKitia.! Buffalo 1 n. Y. ,

Thro,gh Vtstiboled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cut,Through I I ,
Coaches. Excellent Dicing Car Service. .1

.Through Trains via the Southern RaiUay, ate Operated in Connection with S OFDoors O You'll Have [Eetter: Meals! end the Cock a Better Temper. 1th '

the Plant System from Jaclsomi'le. Sash mi :
dMouUing! : I carte <> most com pie line of rockery. Queens-
For Bates,Schedulw and Icformntion,etll on or addreu O ware prices an.i fie! 'I'in-\\loKesJconstUeriag: 'tre in the citJu" !>t what you want
-AND-- quality ul goods t
W. T. COSBY.Traveling,Pace>nger Agent,108 W,Bay St,3.CKSOSYILLE,TLA.S : I'
.U.HAKDWICK General Passenger AgL, WiL Building Material. ; Tin-Ro0U11J and
TAYWS Aut.Gell.l'a Ag' I II Giitterliio a SP Gialtu.

I marli Send for Prices. lyrl'jol I I.0 p r--- J. D. STR 8 E ETY. i


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