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Title: The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title: Citizen reporter
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.L. Dodd
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Columbia County citizen and Florida tobacco plant
Preceded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1885)
Succeeded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1919)

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i Itl CIII2EI,EiUb. 18861 fAil!.24,1900 LAKE CITY, FLA.. FRIDAY. DECEM'BER.6, 1901. Vol.28 No.4
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"to the Back *r<
sion favoring "just and generous '

-rr treatment.ot Porto Rico and Cuba,
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of a weak, torpid or !
jo.dition of the kidneys oran and an expression of opposition to. i

the ship subsidy bill as presented at
s warning it is extremely l
R ,to neglect, BO important FOLLOW THE CROWDJ the last session, and to all measures p

designed to the public funds for
b y action of these organs. yse .
commonly attended by loss the benefit of private interests. -

3 ck of courage, and aome- The people always appreciate good bargains-go with They also expressed a determination -
foreboding and deTartu j,4 the peoule and YOU won't go wrong. Look in on us whether to insist t>n the "sacred force of
gloomy in need of BRESS GOODS, or not, and you'll not regretit. the fundamental American rule of.
t You are always' sure of the lowest prices and goods Democratic
and
a my bad,could not sleep are just as represented. We have opened up the most self-government"
I cot np to the morning felt complete stock of DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, SHOES and opposition to any colonial form of
the right before. I began talcBimpuUla r NOTIONS ever displayed in this market. Inspect our government. Other resolution pro-

and now I can ,y line before purchasing elsewhere. tr> iJ. vided for the Internal government of
fr jet n feeling rested and able to E
(L;I Hributeniy core entirely the Democratic minority,condemned

tCDpUnd BtnaparilU.,Pike Mia.Road J., Ala.'s N..PEEBY, Porter fake,7tyb7a&Glover's old stand. ............... L WELLS &. COMPANY.According the solicitation of patronage from

.. . the administration and opposed to

Sarsaparilla any change in the existing stand

r __ Eand Pills v ards of values, the latter resolution r

t k l fcibey and liver troubles, relieve being favored by Eastern and op-

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Western Democrats
i ad build op the whole system.r posed by i

J' to the Canadian census, WASHINGTON LETTER. render him exceptionally well qualified At the Republican caucus, whichwas

soot gives us the cheer 20,000 persons live in the Yukon di.- for the responsibilities of his po held on Saturday afternoon and g

LL ace ',that the war in the trict, of whom S,(>>} are in Dawson From our regularcorresponaent. sition. which was attended by 146 members,

; id U till over. City. I WASHINGTON, December 2, 1901. Republican majorities In both the regular slate was nominated and

I 1 1I At last 'ongress is in session. House and Senate are too large to then Col. "Pete" Hepburn made his

I ire weakness, nervous- Now that Mayor Low has announced the permit of the Democrats taking the usual attack on the "Reed rules." .. ky
I e tn the side, flatulence, Promptly at noon today gavelsof
I j wakefulness, headache and the appointment of Col. Senator Frye, the new presidentof initiaiive in the introduction need- He dwelt on the inordinate power -

I {\ iaaeyiag.accompaniments( of John N. Partridge to succeed 1'ofice the senate, and of Alexander M. ed legislation, but tb.om persist which tee) conferred on the Speakerand

t,.Herblne is a prompt and j: Commissioner Murphy, it is safe toI I Dowell, clerk of the house, called ently and consistently urge the reduction protested that they violated the z

, remedy. Price 50 cents. assume that the metropolitan grafters those bodies to order, and the opeli- of the tariff, at least in so Constitution,which intended that all y,

will quail. ing session of the Fifty-seventh Congress far as its provisions are prohibitive, members should have an equal footing .

I ---- -- --- was thereby inaugurated. In I I whether they see that such reductionwill on the floor of the House. Ue

,i You Know What You are Taking the senate Senator II anna was be most surely accomplished by was opposed by Gen. Shattuck, of

AND BRICK I When you take Grove's Tasteless promptly recognized by the chairman I I the ratification of reciprocity treaties : Ohio, and by Mr. Dalzell, the leading

I Chill Tonic because the formula is and in a few well-chosen words I or by change of the tariff sched- Republican member of the Committee Y'

-TULUa1I UD I KXTAILB bottle bhow- ules. Rules who had moved the
plainly printed on every informed his colleagues of the death on ,

ing that it is simply iron and-quinine of President McKin\eyv and moved I| An especial effort will be made to adoption of the "Reed rules."

,I ; | .; THOMPSON. in a tasteless form. No cure no pay. adjournment out of respect to the de- :i secure the abolition of the war revenue For a time it looked as if there

50 cents. ceased. The motion carried unani- I| tariff. It will be remembered' would be a split, but Republican discipline t

mously.In I that the orginal war revenue bill, ju.titled.only ..- finally prevailed and the rules
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on the ground that this were adopted. Had Mr. L \
Hepburn
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w3 n the House the members were .
4 NN 'aa 463 bN3 bg4 sworn in, the Speaker, Gen. Henderson country was at war with Spain, aimed I been really sincere in his opposition

elected, at providing an extra income of 1100, to the rules, which make it impossible :
and the other oncers
i bi.e HOME MADE CANDY seats chosen by lot;with the exception : oXJOOrper annum. Last session, the for any member to express an

D "& Republicans having announced that opinion in the House without first .
of that of the ex-speaker, Galu- I t
(T.: E. LEWIS CANDY COMPANY the war was over, an effort was made having secured the permission of the ""
. sha A. Grow, who, in accordancewith I'
to secure the repeal of the law, the speaker, he would have baought up
to
i ;dr r .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS choose precedent his seat, before was permitted the lottery : Democrats using every means in their I the subject on the floor of the House,

; to relieve the people of this ; where Democratic assistance would :
power I
\i [Cream Parlor and Quick Lunch Orders. commenced. As soon as Speaker ;i
l unnecessary burden; but they have rendered his efforts successful.
of
: Henderson had taken possession i
ceeded only in so far as they 8uc-1
OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES. the chair, he recognized Representative I "I had long suffered from indigestion -
pelled the Republicans to
>( or Frath Oysters Packed in Porcelain Packing Cans, w Grosvenor, of Ohio, who formally : measure which reduced the revenues I I ," writes C. A. LeDels, Cedar
*" n1"'oli the death of the I IJ Mo. "Like others ( tried
CALL UP PHONE HO. 104 announced City, many
by $30,000,000. The remaining :*70U0,000 ,- I
late President and moved that the :j I I( preparations but never found anything
has continued.to accumulate -
a
;i_ House adjourn out of respect to the I i year that did me gooduntil I toot
in the Treasury until the sur- '
dead until Tuesday, his motion, of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle
: plus has assumed proportions which cured me. A friend who had suffered
a- course, carrying unanimously. ,I the Republican Secretary of the similarly I put on the use of Kodol
Democratic minority, which Cure. lIe itt
The admit Dyspepsia rainIngfut
Treasury has been forced to
completed its organization in caucuson I and will soon be able to work. Before -
, T2P E.! VATJGT-IN Saturday, though small in num- :! are inimical to the welfare of the I he used Kodol Dyspepsia CureI i
country. I indigestion had made him a total r .
DEALER IN bers, is prepared for vigorous action A constant effort at retrenchmentin wreck." A. R. Wise.
to the extravagant -
opposition
and strenuous
and the curtailment I
, of public expenditures If those who were
expenditures congressmen
ef Pork Sausage of extravagant appropriations will
;: funds, which is characteristic of the i i snubbed by the sultan of Sulu are r'
be exerted, and it is hoped chat unityof I
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Butcher.t"I when in control of both I I the men we think they are they will
... ;&14 1 Everything Handled by a First-class Republicans action under the direction of an
Congressional chambers.As I proceed next week to introduce a
'CITY MARKET, PHONE 43. able leader may accomplish much
., I have already predicted in few anti-harem la1lin congress.
Parlor near the colored along these lines.Legislation !
ve cerie -Ice Cream and Soda Water llich- .
Masonic Hall. au2JOchmaker i these letters, Repiesentative ; calculated to control Moore's.Pilules are a guaranteedcure .- ; I

ardson, of Tennessee, was nominated or suppress the trusts will be demanded I for all forms of Malaria, Ague, t,

r. .- I for the:!pcakcrlhi II, a purely complimentary :: by the Democrats and the anti- Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever, Malarial ;
nomination, but one that
r. trust measure, which the UepubliI Pever, Bilious Fever, Jaundice r.
bOlb
100 0 OO by0 b0 '10 bOlb b h0 b0 OlbOlbO bOIL' Y10 Z I carries with it the leadership of the i cans buried in a senate committee Biliousness, fetid breath and a ; .
) cratic forces in the current I and tired, listless feeling. They cure ::f.
emi last session, will be resuscitated II.
II III Rheumatism and the lassitude following
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Jong res- Republican will
1 I many congressmen blood poison produced from .
1 Mr. Richardson's-ability as a parliamentarian I be placed in a position where they i iI malarial poisoning- No Quinine. f

tier and Optician. his quiet but determined { will be compelled to vote for It or j jI No Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not _
methods of warfare and the and ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely .
a. 1 manner with I absolutely stultify themselves I tasteless. Price, 50c per box. Dr. .'
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and dignified
..That Uoor business-anil we are doing 1 gentle '" violate the pledges which they made C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main .
his :
.oar best to please you aud give you j which he can excoriate opponents'!1 in the recent campaign. The Democrats Street, St. Louis, Mo. Geo. W. as
'i-.; toe best service. (; when their indifference to the public I realize that small as may be I Price, druggist jmar'UllyrjS. '
> wrythlnjt we do we'warrant cannot to E.
all combine --
_fv te done better anywhere. welfare demands it, !I their numbers, they haye the Ameri- .
The largest gas well |p Indiana haju.t ,
1 -Krernblnr we sell we guarantee, and -, I can people back of them in their fight -
.protect you in your purchase In eYe \tV been struck at Tipton. If the
.,".- cry wayIn Prkeu and In Quality. .' 'fli1 on the trusts, and they will leave no owners have any regard for the fitness _
I i,0radaile name ofSpectacles. their efforts to'
Optician-Scientific unturned in
Goods. Ku- ,:11', stone of things they will name it af-
.. SpeclialtYal IJlIIf Dr. Humphreys'Specifies force the Republican{ majorities to
."' graving I a ;..tROBT. j ter Senator Beveridge. ;,
heed the people's wish.
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: ; cure by acting directly upon (| At the Democratic caucus held Trespass notices can be secured at

4 T. RADFORD. F649. tli the disease without exciting disorder in i I Saturday morning, after Mr. Richardson this office with your name.

_' other part of the system. { had been nominated for speaker ---.- -
any
@@@!!!)!!lJ PJW'U.IFeoera. : for The Hon. Joe Chamberlain's unpopularity I
m .0. Mr. Kerr of Pennsylvania
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= Congestl".iDflammattou is becoming internatlUl- {
!l-Worm..Worm Fn.er,Worm roue.. .2 STeething.GUcCryinawatefulneae | clerk etc., a number of resolutions al.
r .ill were presented and eventually referred :-
rr6lIiEVERYBODY $- .of ChUdnD or Adulta-.... .23 | which instructed -- .- --
committee
4Dlarrht was
) ;p> ..-..... .45 1 to a
d jCougbi.CoUBroncbttli'I'oolbache.F.each8..... .l5 ', to report to a caucus to be
j S-euraldla. Y
PORTANCE TO 9-lie.dacbe.slekllu.dache.vertigo. .'ii held on January 10th. The resolutions S.

4 J 1 o-D v.pep.ta.lndlgeetlonWeekStomach.2. S included a condemnation of the
0 intarge 11-Suppre..d 01 Painful PerM. .33 r; features of the
those,ha buy .. .. .43 i highly protectixe iris'i
tot who ,. -'OJ'are Proton Periods -
Tao
titles and prosper 1 place their goods within reach of all..me H-HhUe.13-freU. Lsrra/It1 B__...... .43 :! tariff, a condemnation of the trustsand i if The Fanner
be my customer. .23 of all legislation which enable
may
14-6aUBbeum.Ery1UPelaErupUoM
eat man in Columbia county The Gardener
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5c. RbewuaUc 1ILI' .2316lal.la. manufacturers to sell to
Toothpicks 5-Rheumatism. j American
1 I tad
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1-package .SS
Octagon lOc.
and
: soap ChllK Fo er Ague
Pot 10c. : foreign producers more cheaply than The HousewifeThejeMttUlUenan.
r. r. eWash Basin 10c. 1-fllass Syrup Cold In U>!Head .U3
Bucket 10c. 19-t.I.rrb.1n11uenza.o-\\'bOOPIaI-lO"lIb: ..... -2"flU.aey j to American consumers; an expre.I .- Tteywonb
.. "'c' Marao Tin Milk .*" are a trtal 4rl aura
'ity. I man
Lake Ibeaec.-- the orduanmcmthcn. k1Ii4. 114.II4
above prices are the lowest ever offered in Tinware Deblllly.. ..._........_....1.803OI'rla.rv U4 auaaal tn
line of,Crockery, Hardware, Queensaare, !lli-NervOtd W"alLa.WeUllllBid.... .!l$ CASTOBA.Jl D. .. riRKV A 00.DlVOtto .
cerles to select from. Penr. ....... ......... 8l I Utah.
7f-Grl..Hay the TGiI Kfad von Hare uwars Bought
: 'lWlual of.nDI8 .ei tyouiE&Sfisswsauis
I Hamhh+aY. }
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the respect and attention of the SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS.The I )
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American people as never before, SoftjIIinesg

8I.VIIU8SDance will lecture Saturday night and Fruit"To School Board of Columbia

pi each Sunday, Dec. 28th, and 29th. county met in regular session in Lak

The afternoon and evening of Sun- City on December 3d, 1901.

chorea of themost day will be devoted to short addresses Members prc"ent-\\ T. Henry,
or u one
pitiable,afflictions humanity is called on from some of the most noted state raise good fruit chairman; J. E. Wise and Dr. S. L. TOIl caa teaks

to endure. That this disease can be divines, upon subjects that connect Berry. sees as 18ft u Ta.r a Iiota Wo.
cured, however, is proven by the fact the have Potash. minutes of last ao4 .. toIIP II WIN tor
teacher with duties in Sunday must The meeting were IIAIq EU&EJU sa;;.
that it has been cured by the use of you .... OU. Toe _
Dr. Fierce'. Favorite Prescri on. .The school and church work. We haveno read approved. leqUt lit lIJt-Wk .
Fertilizers issued from No. 217 has: IwQ II lo1Ic II r
Warrants.were
tranquilizing effect hesitancy in saying that this period containing .0114.

;...upon the nerves ex- because of its practicalness, to 278, inclusive, for purposes as fol-

;. ercised markable by medicine this re- will be one of the most profitable of at least 8 to 10% of lows : EURiKAHarass

.r Is witnessed to by the entire session. Teachers' salaries. .- .1,516 25

thousands who have The citizens of Ocala having found Potash will give best Members of School Board,
diem and mile, 980 IIlllakllI
found healing and per IRC-- uo
that the association be
promises
strength in its use. W. M. Ives, heater for Black
results fruits of all
E It not only cures too large for any single audItoriumIn on Jack school--------------- 7 00 JOetlooklBt_
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womanly diseases, the city, have rented a large tent Superintendent' salary__u 50 00 wrs.ts 1IU IleaV71! d114 0Ii,..,. t
but it promotes the for the occasion. This tent will kinds. Janitor for Lake City schoolhouse l wheid :

health of the whole x" uo ___ _--_ ____.- 850 --WiIUIer. -
body. .It is a nerve- seat'_comfortably 20U) people and Office expenses --__ __. -.- 211 .verywhea..
feeding, strength- will be well lighted and heated. Write_ for our pamphlets, which thouLi Interest on borrowed funds46 04 Ja-.11-'; .
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giving, sleep-induc Nothing will go undone that human Le in every firmer' library R. Jordan, expense of Lake lade If STAlDW ot ct

ing medicine. It brains and skill can furnish for the They are sent free. City ubdistrict No. 2.. 10 58 .
; makes weak women R. Jordan, expense of Lake -
I strong and sickwomen perfect comfort of our association.The GERMAN KALI WORKS City'Subdistrict Nd. 2 -_ _-- 90 Senator Henry Heitfeld bas Jeft

well. hotels and boarding houses 9i N..... St.. N..Yerk. Amount on hand Dec. 3, 1901, 728 53 the Populist Partj to become iDea-'

"Favorite Prescription have made reduced rates for this T.S.Chalker, borrowed fundsto ocrat declaring the '
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contains pay teachers ..__ __ 922 65 principle, of
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occasion: Ocala House, 270 rooms, i
/ no alcohol and is HAOEN DOTS. Total issue Dec. 3, $1,651 18- the two parties are the same, aai '!
entirely free from $2.00 a day; Montezuma Hotel, 100 .\ that they should combine.- The j
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opium, cocaine, and rooms, $1.50 a day; other hotels and Balance.. _-u_$Iwl 13 $1,8.7118 Democrats ought'to be able to 1
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all other narcotics. Most of the people of Hagen spent
boarding houses, $1.00 a day; one No other business before the Boardit an alibi. -
It cannot disagree hundred and fifty private houses, Friday at the circus in Lake City. the 1st
with the weakestor adjourued to meet again on ----,- '. -
most delicate' constitution. $1.00 a day.Address This shows that our people have the Tuesday in January.1902. The great: aim of our lodian-bo- .

When our daughter'Lime had' St. Yitus't Prof. Josiah Yarn for any price. T. H. OWENS, reau is to keep the red man -
dance, I ,happened to get one of your small information.Our Mr. J. B. Wright and wife have on kU
books and read it."writes henry L. Miller.Esq. Superintendent and Sec'y.W. reservation and off hi* ear
of Joi6 North'Tib St..Burlington.Iowa. Among rates and invitations will em- moved to Jackson's villa at this place. ,
other things I found that Dr. Fierce' Favorite
Prescription cured patients suffering from that brace the public and not be confinedto Mr. R. D. Dicks left for Winfield T. Wesson, Gholsonvi1le Va., Lewis Ockerroan Uo
trouble,to I went out and got a bottle. She was teachers. Sunday night to spend a week, on druggist, writes: "Your One Minute "DeWitt's Little hnIad:
very bad at that time and could hardly talk. EarlrRlseruent
When I read'about your medicine in that small business and pleasure bent. Cough Cure gives perfect satisfac- bend me double like other
Very respectfully pills hot
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book I said to myself with the help of Cod and tion. My customers say it is the
do their work
The belle of this took in the thoroughly and
that medicine place make
we can cure our daughter. We SHELTON PHILIPS. best remedy for coughs, colds.
did so. Four bottles of*Favorite Prescription' show last me feel like a boy." Certain, thorough ;
cured her and I did not have to take her to the Chairman Executive Committee. Friday and lung troubles. A. It. Wise. ; gentle. A. R. Wise. -
doctor any more She is well thank God and November 28th, 1901. Two old men of this place went dip- -- --
the Favonte Prescription' for it.8
Richard Harding Davis has givenup
netting last week and on their re- '
Atlanta was the leader in at(east
Dr. Pieree's Pleasant Pellets bil-
iousness. cure Do you suffer from piles? If so do turn complained of their limbs hurt the Boer war as a tough job and one sanitary reform. The medial

not turn to surgery for relief. De- ing. The water was a little too cool, is writing London club romances. scientists
are now agreed that
Witt's Witch Halve will cure more promiscuous

i quickly, surely and safely,saving you probably. Thousands suffer with torpid liver, ex perforation is one of the

STATE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.: the expense and danger of an opera. Cotton is bringing a good price producing great depression spirits, most productive causes of tubercu ,
tion. A. R Wise. here-all the way from 51 to 6c. per losis.
indigestion, constipation, headache,
-- pound in the seed.
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Gallant Sir Thomas look- etc. Ilerbine will stimulate the I
To the public The forthcoming Lipton on The two gins at this place are busy Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not 'a
liver, keep the bowels regular, and
ing his bank roll finds that he
meeti'ngof the Florida State Teach- over day and night. They have ginned restore a healthful buoyancy of I mere stimulant to tired nature. It

er's Association promises to be one can spare another $500,000 for the about 250 bales already and not half spirits. Price, 50 cents. G. W. Price. affords the stomach complete and
next race.Mothers I I absolute rest by digesting the food
cup
of the largest and most enthusiastic started.Mr. Alabama gained $12,000,000 worth II you eat. You don't have to diet,

gatherings..we. have had for several everywhere praise One John S. Guthrie left one day of personal property last year. It I but can enjoy all the good food you
years. Minute Cough Cure for the sufferings last week bound for hU home in Chattanooga want. Kodol Dyspepsia cure instantly
Our Association has been hinderedand it relieved and the lives of their Tenn. would probably be more correct to relieves that distressed feel.
little ones it saved. Strikes at the say that she discovered that amount I ing after eating giving vuu new life
its officers hampered for some Peter and Smart Alec have consol-
and A. It. Wise.
root of the trouble and draws out the that had been hid out before. vigor.
few years because no rates could be inflammation. The children's favor- idated and formed a "dot" trust.SMART I -- -

secured from railroad for these oc- ite cough cure. A. R. Wise. ALEC. DeWitt's Little Early Risers never I I The hnmility of the South Carolina

---- disappoint. They are safe,
casions. prompt, Methodbt preacher stir asses
The executive committee is pleasedto The Athens Literary club recentlyhad Extreme hot weather is a great gentle, effective in removing all im- the ti mm the
purities from the liter and bowels. presiding bishop > :ti; v "
announce that for meeting at up for discussion, "LongfellowIs tax upon the digestive power of Babies small and easy to take. Never gripeor poorest appointment in Ills: buncQ

Ocala we gave been granted by all He a Poet?" There is a reliable : when puny and feeble they distress. A. R. Wise. should not jo IInrCI\.11.1.u.C.ABTOTI.IA..
should be dose of
given a White'sCream
rumor to the effect that he was.
railroads. of the. state a rate of one.I _____ Vermifuge. Price5 cents.C. .
and one-half cents, a mile, each way, I If are troubled with inodorous W. I'rice.Burglars Mr. Bryan seems to think there is : .
three cents round Tickets I you plenty of time to no to congress be- Bean iIt Iliad Vas Ilse Isaacs.1rJSigllAtUl8
or trip. breath heart burn, flatulency head-
tried rob the home of tween and the
will be on sale Dec. 2tt, 27 and 2R with ache, acidity, pains after eating, to now next presidential 1 c2 J# ;

final limit Jan.- I, 1902. Associationwill joss of appetite, persistent melancholy a Chicago gambler and lost their election. of GCG Wr;

: or low spirits. You need a tools This is what comes from be-
begin! Friday night, Dec. 27th, --
tonic, a few doses of Ilerbine will ing over-ambitious. il
and close Monday night, Dec. 3trEach
the force to
give you recuperative
person purchasing a ticket will remove these disorders. Price, 50 C. M. Phelps, Forestdale, Vt., says I"1-,.
pay to local agent *100 additional cents. G.. W. Price.If his child was completely cured of a STATE NORMAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. ,

for membership fee, and will receive -- bad case of eczema: by the use of I 6 9 TROY ALABAMA. v -
from local agent Sampson is to get $'-' ,OOO prize DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve. Beware -
coupon upon presentation
ot which to the secretaryof money for being ten miles away, of all counterfeits. It instantly This institution has tin highest ceurstof >tudmd tr.timuu HI..1 ,- :" .
relieves A. 11. Wise.
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what would he have received had hc piles. Ku busiiirsmilt-?& in the Soutbf SlttttKurvt.i. tilt I ISU. < "' I t
association there will be issued night (+"t o. ,
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a -- n ulal business or lli.uul i ut r-e 111,1. <111. I ': j'j'i
really been in the fight? uok"1 etc.,about .
certificate of membership and a- The bitterest pill that Boss:: Crokerhas two All tfraUuati. Nsrulrt.iii.ii- t.III i n. I ,
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JOHN EUCLID PORTER l''<-"ltnlI
badge that will entitle the holder to When you have no appetite, do had to swallow is to have Colo-

full admission to all sessions of the not relbh' your food and feel dull nel Henry Watterson tell him that

association.The after eating you may know that you he talks too much. >wU <>+<) <)wU <)wUw(> UwU+<)wU Owl>wowUel)'( ( t /.( . III
need dose of Chamberlain's I 4..: .... .
a Stomach &. "; ", k, &.4.&..; .t' /;;' 'A.'t-.6'/5'' -4 :
association is to be congratu- and Liver Tablets. Price 25 i Corn-h-mk rll' sprained wrists, H H
lated upon getting the services as- cents. Samples free at G. W.
barbed-wire cuts and sprains, cuts Watches Given
or
S Price's Away.
principal lecturer Supt. J. M. Greenwood drug store. ;
from any other cause, are quickly
of Kansas City Mo. who is _
Mr. I:. C. Mahon, of St. Marks, healed when Ilallard's Snow Ointment I
faceitiously spoken of as the "corn- II
killed a monster Laid eagle while out is promptly applied. Price, I
bread and buttermilk educator of: 25 and 50 cent Geo. W. Price. '.
the West." hunting last week. The bird measured H Beginning Oct. 1st to Dec. ji I st i h"i) I: ;

over six feet, eight inches from
A
western genious has written a

perhaps The child.study'movement begun, for this stalest, which Tal- tip to tip.--- poem beginning: "I said to the l: given Uvuyvith every Suit of .Aln\ l :

For bites bites rose, Oh rose." But nowhere does it N. '
lahassee three years ago, will under- mosquito or stings : _

take tot prove its claims this year of insects, animals or reptiles, apply appear what the rose would have Clothing, one Nickle Platedain: i : t'N

and its committee, through Prof. II Mallard's Snow Liniment. It coun- said if it could. :

E. Birley, chairman, are preparingfor teracts the poison in the wound, --- |:S guaranteed for one Price"P IH I
subdues the inflammation and heals Take life as it comes, and make year. ;
ope of the most elaborate dis- I the flesh. Price 25 and 50 cents. G. the most of all circumstances, but : ,.:

plays of instruments, material and W Price. __ || merchandise .
for a bad cough or cold, take Hal- guaranteed j.f ;
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literature ever assembled at any lard's Horehound Syrup, the best
The Stetson football
similar.occasion in the South. This players who known remedy for quick relief and )! _

display will be worth several thousand -,I won the game in Jacksonville were sure cure. Price, 2i and- 50 cents.G. f: tremendous ovation their W. Price.
given a on

Kindergarteners dollars. and Mothers' return. After chapel exercises Mon- --- II M. L. PLYMPTON.yj ::

I' day, the teahers vacated the rostrum, From the latest reports the gen
Clubs are fully aroused and will have I DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
the called to the and tlemanly Bulgarian
boys
were stage brigands, true 5 w*
their exhibit, in the armory, Ocala. ..
each in turn told the school "how i to their comic opera training, have i I ) "'rl' '/ l !. V''w w w* / T '' : :
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The committee will give to the teachers i 7.< ).() );():<>.():i ().().().()...< .;).():():().().():<).< >.<>.< '., 'rfl
they did it. Many of the boys said decided to let Miss Stone live until
and public an object lesson in .

this phase of education. that they. would rather play a "hotgame" they get the money. j I .....-............. ........ ,....,................""""'-'-"",'-"_..--s..
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of football than face thati ... ,, ..
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The schools and county I." "" "" ".. ,"""""' -- ,
systems
GREAT LUCK OF AN EDITOR. !
i crowd of girls. But they got through
that had at State Fair such a re- jail right and with no end of cheering. "For two years all efforts to cure ; : Our Fall and ii:
markable (display of work are expected I'! On Saturday evening a reception was Eczema in the palnfstf my hands

to make a similar display at j given the victors Chaudoin Hall. failed," writes Editor II. N. Lester, "

Ocala. I I - of Syracuse, Kan., "then I was''I'; : Winter Goods. ::
wholly cured by Hucklen's Arnica
Constipation, impaired digestion r
The School for the Deaf and Blind I i Salve." It'g the world'b best for .
j and a torpid liver the most Have arrived, and there are nice things in lat'" '
i are common 1 many
Augustine' will give an exhibition I ailments that I Eruptsons, Bores and all skin dis.1 Fabrics that you will need between now and cool Ht-aUi., #1
of the kind of work that is done are responsible eases. Only 25c. at Geo. W. Price's. therefore .
for that tired, listless, fagged-out I we invite jou call and see the new goodtKtt > jl
including he moral and religious i I feeling that makes the summer a I are opening up.Keep "
Delaware has at last become

training For the of first pupils time: in the. history of f i dreaded Herbine period will cure to so constipation.many people.It mous. She stands out solitary and fa:J I i Off The Earth ;!; : :

the Association will a Governor of.. improves the digestion and arouses alone as the only state that ever got i ;?; !
the liver to normal Price
activity.
Floridaponor the teachers routing along without a United States sena weather as much as possible: that is kcepas much shoe i' .
by 5u cents. G. W. Price.
_____ I I er between you and Mother Earth as you ian ':1I1\II'ni. n' II
their Association.
to Gov. Jen oj -
I carry. It's the wisest in the begming and chfajH :V' l
nings wilf.be with us and will address j A full-blooded Jersey cow recently tor.CASTOR 1 ij end, to buy your shoes here. School Shots for hil-ii ." I I

the..Association, in his felicitou' sold for !-Iij 0 in Illinois. Good blood I sizes and stylesIn I,

style..:....- I will always tell, but how many scrub 1A :
I' fact call at the Store
The Rev. Sam P. Jones, who ha I cows would the farmer have to sell For Infants and Children. Big for anything you t r

perhaps addressed larger audiences I to realize this amount? It is not always I ; want-new and up-to-date. j#
the Kind Yen Han I
Always
and ,c i red;, in his lecture-se moD L the man with the biggest herd I Bought ::1 "1

tours;;:a"_:wider range ot territory, who clears the most money, and it Bears thBigutwcof : Near Pbone De o.4, J. E. Inman & Co. 'jj

than any other minister or speaker costs' more to fatten "any old thing" < j :I pot. #

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now living and who today commands *i than it does a high grade animal. .. .. ""' .. .. ,. : .
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Mr. U.S. Elliott chief clerk of ... :
: OME the PENCIL AND SCISSORS. T x
.l Agricultural
Department has
had -.. '1' _
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>. 'AND !I an printed issue by If 5,000 maps of Florida ", -f I ... -";' I r. ::;r- _. __.:.. ..:.

: MatthcwirNorilnp Co, There.is nqj
of Buffalo. This i, the fiuUt and in Tallabas>lee.'

: CHILD most up-to-date map of Florida erer New York sports propose to establish

and published. The counties, county line a second Monte Carlo at .11 iami. .
various railroad vM a1ari.aii
systems are in
Different Nine hours now constitute a day's
horse
L 1 your "feel his colors. The map contains
work
even the new Rilakridge on the Fiagler building at
railroad.
l; What a difference' be- -- Palm Beach. Malarial poisoning may show Itself in regular ,

,>- I the grain-fed and the The I'lant System will I The,audietlce tent used at the late chills and fever ; or in hard headaches, _

t horse! ,The first change in its method of inauguratea paying off State similar Fair at purpose Jacksonville at Ocala H to servea tub IL'aching bones, sore muscles, Indigestion nervLippman's '

'{;l-i its employes on January 1st. The month, when the State Teachers' Q : $.

and full of ginger, the check system will supplant ,the old Association meets in annual convention = ; ,

.' abby, weak and tired method of pay-train payments. The j

,; -ore he begins. The Plant railroads System:! to decide is the upon last the of change.several Shad fishing in the St. Johns river Chill and Fever Tonic!

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began last after" r
Central I Monday morning just
ffpiiffig makes the difference Southern Railway of Georgia the midnight,the time fixed by law. Fishermen GREATEST MALARIA AND AGUE CURB IH THE W.QRLD. _
Railway and the _
i,'Children] are not alike either. SeaboardAir are sanguine of a large and < r
iFS- Line have all abandoned the pay- i is a positive and never-failing specific for bilious .

|e is ,rosy bright-eyed, full i train system and now the Plant System : profitable this winter.The run. of the bony beauties fever, malaria, chills and fever, and for all*

jf fife and laughter another is is to follow suit. i i0 i I submarine torpedo boat Fulton the distressing complaints due to living in a

steak and dull The feedyj'agun i I I j was given a"severe test in New 'malariousdistrict."I .

The trustees of the Baptist State York harbor. She'was submerged in had fevever and ague tea tn vetla.;and no other remedy I ever toik
is responsible.Sicldy tu ever bcDtSied me. but lately I uw your Lippmsa'e Chill and Fever Tonic
Orphanage have selected Arcadia for :! thirty feet of \ratfr for fifteen hours. : ( spvertued,tad I bought a botUe.and it baa elected a perfect eve and would i ii s

':"I children need special the- permanent location of the or ;;! In the meantime a fierce gale was ciao JUG edd t m.n.that for Savanaeb persons.10 Ga delicate.AR"uat health ed.it lw u o.the beet ionic they.i CUL.tI&I.- ,

:;JI i Theydon'fieeltheirScott's phanage. The citizen of Arcadia raging and the crew knew nothing ,.LI PPM AS BROS., Drnsgiatn Sole Pr.prl..o" .

g. agreed In consideration of locatingthe about it.Bishop. i iI j jj i rv Mppmao'i Block, SavAnuah. Ga. i

.1s,'. Emulsion adds home in that city, to give forty I j John C. Cranberry, of Ashland : ,e- 50c. per bottle. All druggists sell It.

the right richness to their acres of land in the geographicalcentre 4
: Va.f will preside at the annual
; of the city on which: to locate conference of the Florida M. E.
'lt.1S like grain to theeThe' .... ......
the home valued at $1,200; eighty Church, which will convene at Live -". --: ...--A.. -i..;0'L .' .

.:_ child gets newaetl'te'and acres of land west of Arcadia, value, Oak on Thursday, December 12th. i t

; strong digestion. 250; eight lots in the city limits, He will deliver the opening lecturerof I-

value $UA; cash, J,900. Total a course of lectures to be deliveredby .II I
t'-.z Scott's Emulsion is more $5,4.;0. addition to the above. Mrs this wiiiter !! AMERICANS IN SWITZERLAND. I WANDERINGS OF A CHALICE.
prominent
speakers ,
f -food.: Itis Z. King and son J. O. Ii i.grd't I
,
a strong and which is the '
being arranged by How EnglUhiuitu. lmpre..ed Aatiqite -tllalDoaloa Cts+ That Omtta
-au
; ;ieiiQn' It rouses up1! dull give It 50 per year for the mainte- Riverside Epworth League.The I I by; the Smart Urenslng ofOar Became frU for HnUaelaK. .

;-fc flesh on.thiniia'andred -- R people of' Florida haveetery I Women. .
N en,puts new --v:.
Without a moment's to be of her two
warning or a reason proud great ''
Surely one of the strangest vicissitudes
!I
remember seeing so
blood into I never many
pale of educational institutions the Florida
suspicion
danger George stewart, '1 Americans in S\\il.; They seem which could befall a communion

: des;,:, It makes children grow.eon's engineer on train No. ti3, between : Agricultural College at Lake City 'I'I, to be makiLg'up fur the "leau" seat cup is to become the prize in a horse

Wildwood and Orlando, on the Sea ..and the Stetson University The cadets I{ sons of the t hiiMtro txhititiun and the race; yet such h& been: the fate of
| Emulsion makes ordinary
board Air Line Railway, was launched of the former college attendedthe !I Cuba ana >}iaiii.u airs, tas a curre- one which once belonged to the Episcopal -

food do its into elerm ty by the breaking louse of State Fair in a body, and in the 'i spundroi of the London Pall Mall Ga- I church of CK.ntarf and after a K a
'
driving rod from one of the driving presence of an immense assemblygave '! zette. Such things reset ou the "I'laj- disappearance of many}t'ar.. duration _
duty. has at last beu restored to its original -
wheels. In an ins-taut the rod an exhibition drill. The drill ground of Kurope in fln t xtraorwnary:1) I
This picture In 1M3! only 3,771 Americans purpose. The incident is related _
represents crushed through the cab and severed and general behavior of the cadets '
in the Cluntarf Parish
the Trade: Matk of Scott' : "Itd.in. Luctrnt, and in IMtS there I Magazine says :
the head of the engineer. The air- were about perfect a Ill!caused very the London
Fmubion and is on the i : sere ny: :;,I)4'. Last year with nil Telegraph. The chalice of
1 tipper of every bottle. brakes refused to work and the fire favorable commcnt.--l'alatka Times- 1 drawbaiks to tide American traffic I solid silver stands about four inches I

r | W for fret umpIc. man had to climb back over a long Herald. : there were 17M'J.: And how the. American high, is richly embossed in three panels ..

string of cars to notify the crew and : Among the millionaires all over the are va'.tud, to be sure! -I thinkthe with figures representing music.r.Vnty .,,
&BOWNE, I I and fashion; has CO shank, but I' :::;
class the "poor"Amer-
lf byre
they stopped the train with the hand the is to : lot(>i>
country "proper caper'1
1409 Pearl St, New York. I I icans uith the Swiss admiral as a nun- is supported on three balls each held I -
joe and f i. all druggists. brakes. The cab was demolished.,, spend the winter in Florida, and during -' existent creature! Themtriean..are by an eagle's claw. It is considered to .

-- the next few mouths there will be ,' here in force at the Grand Hotel National be of Dutch or Hanoverian workmanship \ ::

a Many naval stores operators of Flor- I, more wealth represented at the ho-I with mountains of lugL'ape and was evidently nut originally

STATE NEWS.hrerkof ida and Georgia have had a visit during tels in this State than in any dozen' trunks that won't go through the bed intended for sacred use. On it is the ... ':

F States in the Union rockefeller, the j I room doorua, and with the name of inscription: "The gift of Charles Melville ', a.
"Mr.
the past few weeks from a represented on them, from sen., Ksq., to the church of Clon )
Vanderbilts Wanamaker the Astor I every city
the executive commit- Hay," who introduced himself as a \land multimillionaires, Buffalo to New Orleans and from Seattle tart April 8,1721.'a,. .+

ef the Jacksonville Relief Asso- member of the firm of Gay & Eller- many other I to St. Augustine. The womenfolks Some time in the early part of last :,....

,U practically over, and in a bee of Midway, Fla., and in each 1 are already booked. Joe Jefferson, I are gorgeous with gems and a frock century it disappeared from the f. '

says every dollar In the treasury case requested a small loan for some the famous actor, is already at Palm i fur tltry two hours of the day and church in a most mysterious manner, : ;:.
i Beach, and says that Florida will marvelous dinners and all trace of it was lost until quite
been distribfo incidental e. The genuine Mr. i I evening. They give .
purpo
re. expended or '
,
when Col. 1 D. ,
i recently, Vigors, ofUageualstowu
have a tremendous season. in Hans I'!}tier's exquisite restaurantit
[ the fire-sufferers. Gay however says that a stranger, I -, !
discovered
wonder that the National is through acorrespondence
"-' in the stock ( is no
fire broke out room
A
felo-
*' while his hospitality,
-.t-j."r: enjoying with Rev.J. :
: I "in connection" with the Carltou) and Bloom of : ;
abstracted from his desk a of the Gainesville Daily San last Saturday I --
niously Whitechurch Stratford-n.Avun. that
general! impress the native ten of
entered of
the saloon Jo-
package of business letters and state morning, which threatened for this monej'&ptndiing to\vn. the cup was in the p siioii.of Mr.J. .

IJBB, oo St. George street St. ments, from which he learned something some time the destruction of a large By the wa>. \\by don't our own women It West of AUcut Park in whose 1

trey Friday night, and stole of his business affairs; then assuming : portion of the business section of the I folk ""I'} Iht'meriraul and travel 1 1I family it had been for many years.

tUof his finest whiskey. began \&d, more extraordinary still, it U
: his name the counterfeit was city. Many in the neighborhood : I smartly c.rts.tiil? Look at th.uwr.- .
I to several barrels of : move the work : meet the '
his little suc moving. Bat splendid icau gir "s )011 on steamer ;
enabled to play game
) get.at their plunder. Mr. and the of the tire department prevented the '1 going duwu the lake of a morning, of the chalice, that it was presented
Both Gay
'
cessfully. ua a at the helUnham
.j, "S cup races in
i charming turned out, from thtir becoming -
"...'.. <. .- >.-0- sheriff of Leon county would be under flames from spreading to the surrounding I toque i iII'; d\\n to their I'-SJ! aLdas won b) a horse there.

that moves on wheels obligations to any one who would buildings. The loss fall- pretty shoeVh> Kn ii5hvMmen the inscription underneath rtads ''y

|ncBnla7: from the one-ox cart bring about a meeting between the heavily on the editor an,] proprietor, should! IrHs badly abroad 1 never "Cheltenham, July is, Io33. Won by

ir-horie Mr. H. II. McCreary, a* the entire and I it :i\ile, :5-ear-old. The ,'balieeilI, it
or mule team, is now stranger and either of them.o could iindrtin.l; suppose is
c uullng"oranges. Six packing I plant was completely destroyed. It |Imy in,fur'uue it."t 1 tcoucur oul} is to be hoped be pared further wandering -
-- -- and will remain safe in Clontarf. '
i are running their fullest will amount to fully *KUOO, and tne i the plainest of my c untrj women herein ,.
... to shoaling of the bar at E.I I! Switzerland. And then do
The recent insurance was very small. Mr. D- j: why our
. tiff;labor is scarce and every- the of the St. Johns river his and brothers, and husbands
I mouth Goodwin of the Daily News, and the 'sons go i -
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sbusy.Jacksonville. in commercialircle9iuJacksonvilleandmanyother j about the streets in knickerbockers? I .
.. r,' given great concern Hill Printing Co. have tendered Mr. i
I I But I hate got onto a big subject-a
. | j
j of their and I] i
., McCreary the use plants _
A -
c.of. ; pet grievance of mice, and sol had better =-
... military compa- point in Florida. The amount the Sun will not miss an issue and leave it. ,
I
i !making a determined effort money appropriated for the improvement will soon secure an ottice of its o'n.1 1'

i.. the Charleston Exposition. of the river was exhausted and : nance of said home during her lite- ----- --- .y

.. .e probable that Wash- many thought that nothing could be ; time. Work will begin very shortly 1I i ii 11tE 1I0i1E GOLD CURE. l

A Ai '..birthday will be selected as done until Congress made an additional I i on the institution. I j ji I IAn J\\

I Of the visit, as that day has appropriation. Hut Senator'aliaferro Ingenious Treatment by whichD.unkards '.
i i HilUborough has voted on the proposition '.
-set apart as "military day" by and his associates were are being Cured; daily
Ai 1! to bond the county for$1'r),(Ml, I II
gement of the exposition. i equal to the occasion,and a telegramwas '' iii Spite of Themselves. 1
roads
I with which to construct good I MOTHERHOOD
him the other day I
from
received
1 \-0w.aihoslital- settled in J
has
been
JOK
1 would be bent at arid the qutstion SO SOXIitl'S: ItOSfcSNO WEAKENING

'",.. ? at St. Augus- stating thatadredge Jacksonville was surprisedand : the affirmative, and improved high- TllK StRn"IA PLEASANT AND The greatest ambition of American .

i.destroyed by fire last Wed- once. All : ways are now a*;lIr 'd. A lesson can 11KIT1VK CTEK YOU TflELIQI'ut 1 men and women Is to have
1.- to learn Friday morning I 1I.VHIT. 3
wek. early in the morning. delighted : be learned from the returns of two homes blessed with children. The i
I that the \Vinyah Bay had already Il is now generally known and understood i I woman atllicU'.l with
; female disease
13 votes
caught in the roof at 'a i Clear.itercast i
. .. the bar. rival cities. Dial uultrniur-s-,i, a di-.ca-.rand not eakI I
_I the 24 patients and some of'' arrived and gone to work on fvr good roads and 5.5: a ain.t. St. ni--_, \ Indv tilled 1111 IHII...HI. and nerves. ii constantly lIleu:4Ce,1ith i j
Government's beat completely shattered l>y IK-I loUiral or con'slant I .
1 She is one of the for and I'M i' .. becoming a childless wife. No -
1W lutes
V'.. jture irere removed safely "sand- Petersburg: cat useol intoxicating fount requires I
credgeboatsof the type called : an antidote eatable ol neutralizing and | medicine can restore dead
Clear- organs
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;.to tbe,,,building, furniture 1' again-t. F.iRhtecn! years ago j 1 eradicating this INIIMHI and destroying: the. 1 -
suckers," and her powerful apparatusdraws with fur iiiloxu'anls surtorrr.may now.cure but Wine of Cardui does
'y; s 11 covered by insurance !i water was a rh'alof Tampa, |{ craving I I
suction, i luenisclves at home a Ilb..lIll.uIJlluty .,
. shell by '
and regulate derangements
f the Florida East Coast Rail- the sand 1 every chance to make a, large a city. |!I..r 1.+ss then carried away and de ,lalul'\h.11-:1nLlICnK' whit-h has heel conception : does
:
which are and the prevent
The cost old fogeyir.ni prevailed .
paoJ building But I.-rh''oal alter many yearul lose study
,. the beach or elsewhere by inilinatfv. Ihe laithlu'l miscarriage; does restore work "
17X1O and the furniture and posited on mossbacks had full sw ing. Now it is and tnatmentot ;
. sucked upI according; t.i directions ul this wondertill functions and shattered -
I, bout 13000. The building the awittly-ttowing water I I i defunct and has been for years the : dis<.uvery 1% 1..ilin'ly guaranteed to I| nervesand
cure tbc inoMobstiuate caw uo matser how doe s bring babies to home
, mournful I
I oyed except the negro I with them., town pi'tritii'U into a monument i bardadnnkei. Our reiordshow the marvelous barren and desolate
- mossbacki-m St. Petersburg iram-dormalion ot thousands ot I IlIrullalaral..lI&lo for years
, .Superintendent Goff tele- u"hedfith the to solxr industrious and the'f
[ cheeks, ; upright I Wine of 'ardui gives women
f to the of War forato I Plump only a short distance away, was i nieu I
Secretary and a com- | health and bear heal-
soft of health, pure \MVEScure your Hr II.SUIIL.- i strength to
I glow : '
: use the St. Francis beautifu not on the map eighteen years ago DKt.Nture your t'\'I'\I iRS" Thlsrrmedy children. h*
make all women : st'IIW but is suecitli ."r I thy You can get &
plexion from the begin- is in n a nostrum a t
hospital temporarily which flerbine imparts strength and vital- tut it was peopled this disease out?. and is so skilfully devised dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui
J
the rOsy hue wiih live folks, enthusiastic, believing anallrt'l'.ued that it Is thoroughly soluble -.
fed and
and the are ning
Ii patients ity to the system, Price ou for and pleasant to the late so that It can: IM from your dealer.WINE"CARDUI.
Ort .bl! housed in new quar- of health to the cheeks. in l'rngress and seeking given In a cup of tea ur coffee without the
G. W. 1'ffce.: that embodied it. She : knottledpeot' the person taking it Thousands |
hospital was built about I cents. : everything .>t Urunkard'* have cured ihemsilves i
, ; thoroughly' has nearly three times the pupula- with this priceless remedy and as many U3 Market fctreat,

, L bf'Dr.ago, and S. G.was Worley, chief The Kentucky newspapers Americanwar. speak 1 tion of her defunct neighbor: she has men more b have) having 11t..o the cured TIKE and" administered nude t.-mlll'rate bv i' In February Memphis 19ul,,Tenn.I took April14,1101.ono bottle Of I
South
4 -L sneeringly of the 1 churches, excellent schools and loving trends and relatives without their : Wine of and one package of
f,the road. Employes pay a very tame affair :1 fine knowledge' III conee or tea and believe to I Thedford' Black-Draught. IhadUaa
lam enti- It must seem a most progressive, busy and money day that they discontinued drinking of their married Cften yean and had nevei
monthly which Kentuckians. The vote of St. Petersburg own tree wiL Do :.,,'r..AI'r. IJo not I* de- | given birtH to a child until I took Wine .
people
liesand to :: making laded by apparent and li<.lea lUl! "tmpruvcment. Cardui. Now
families to treaty --- of their broad- I am mother ol cone I
-- is indicative 1 ." Drive out the disease atome '
baby girl which was born March H,1801. !
y hospital will be rebuilt Cream Vermifuge is es- i I ness, activity and enterprise, and and tor all lime The "1111.1 E GOLD Cntt The baby weighs fourteen pounds and I
"I as White's be 'h sold at the extremely low price or One feel an well .
possible. .. It im- that she will always; M any perIOD could lee!
child's tonic. guarantees [ Lhitlar. thus plaiiug wiluin reach of everybody Now home U
gentially the rank of I my happy and I never wUl
and assimilationoTfood I found in the front prosperous a treatment more effectual than olh- be without Wine of Cardui in my boat ,
the digestion cities. er..c..ling from 35to*:;t Full directions gain. Mr, .J.W.C. 8XlTB. t
strengthening the nervous I accompany each package Special advice
b> skilled phvsuianswlien requested without for advice tad \tteQbue.
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HAMPTON HANGS TO-DAY. UNION DEPOT QUESTION.On .
1; The Citizen-Reporter.: 'lViERCHANT'ST'

1. -c. On Tuesday;Nov. 26, Gov. Jennings the 26 ult., the Railroad Com- .. '...Ji Is
H. L. EDITOR AND PEOPKIETOB. .
DODO
! t. A.H.-DODDblnu\. signed the..death warrant of mission issued an order compellingthe
f-- Thomas J.Hampton, tried and con- three railroads entering this city,

I t.. Official- the Newspaper Town ot of Lake Columbia City.Florida.County and victed at the fall term of court on 'the Georgia Southern & Florida,

the charge of murder in the first Seaboard Air Line, Savannah Flori- 1I
c Published every Friday at Lake City. Fla.
I Office-Sou to ot Courthouse Square. degree, and sentenced to hang. da& Western to either build a un-I '

r Sheriff Cone read the death war- ion depot or show cause why they
idYtttijhg Bates Ptnkhed Application. I
upon tbe condemned in his should Tallahassee
rant to man not do so, at on
Entered In Lake City postomce as second cell at 8 o'clock last Friday morning. the 14th Inst.,and the order has been I-J-A N D---.

class matter. Hampton killed two white men-at served on the railroads. 4

Subscription $1.00 Per Year. Fort White and severely wounded The question of building a union I I :!

another on the 25th day of March, depot at this place has been'a theme

FRIDAY, DEC. 6, 1901. 1893, nearly nine yeara ago. Sessom of controversy for the past year and

Calhoun and John Bell were mur- the railroad commission has held 1 win er II -1
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I Although a,.million' men werekilled dered in cold blood,'and an attemptwas several meetings here and at Talla-

in the civil war there are 900, made on the life of J. W. Holli- hassee, at which the transportation '
!
000 persons in the United Statesdaw day. companies and the city were repre- I

ng pensions. The warrant will be executed today sented, to decide upon the merits of Lake City Fla.

between the hours of 10 o'clock the case. At these meetings it has I
Ocala is after the State Fair in
in the forenoon and .2 o'o'clock in the been clearly shown that the accommodations -
dead earnest and leading citizens of
afternoon, within the enclosed yardof at present afforded are
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Marion county have already gone to Four Days of Pun and Amusement
r. work to this end. tbe prison. The scaffold has beenin entirely insufficient for the travel .1

readiness for the past several ing public. ._. -. .. ,'..*. Tsff
'The St. Louis portion is making weeks, and as the jail inclosure is a The Georgia Southern & Florida -.

great strides. A high board fence very high one the execution will be has always evinced a commendabledesire 5_ BIG FREE_ ACTS :
has been built and the board of lady private. Only those the sheriff is to comply with the request of 'R'i

managers is practically completed, permitted by law to admit will wit- our citizens and has done all in its

notes an exchange. ness it. The sheriff is required to be power to bring the depot project to

i-: ..* present, unless prevented by sickness a successful termination, but tbe DON'T FORGET THE' DATES --,
,
r- It is reported.that the findings of or other casualty; also two of action of the other roads in failing to .

i the Scbley court of inquiry will be his deputies, to be designated by co-operate has rendered its efforts

set down' in about five hundred him. He is to request the pres- of no avail. Dec. 11 th 12th 13th & Wth
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words. Two words ought to be ence of the State Attorney, clerk of At the recent meeting of the city ,

-_ enough-"not guilty." the Circuit Court and twelve re- council a resolution was passed com-
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i.;; Miss Stone, the captive missionary, spectable citizens, including a phys mendatory of the railroad commission

.s has been released by the payment of ician or surgeon. He ia also requiredto and appointing Mayor F. P. The very best free attractions in theshqw
counsel of the crimi- Cone to the the {
100,000( and a guarantee on the part permit the represent city at .
of the government that none of the nal, such minister of the gospel as meeting in Tallahassee on the 14th. business. Marvelous high wireand slack "

brigands will be punished.The the criminal desires, and his rela- Mayor Cone will endeavor to makeit

tives to be present, and also such of- plain to the commission and the wire exhibitions, wonderful Oriental_ jugglers

navy will man the new submarine ficers of the prison, deputies and railroads that the construction of "_
t: boats with Kentuckians. It constables, military guard, and oth- the depotis necessary and expedient.A and magicians. -. | e

is felt that under most distressing er assistants as he may see fit. special meeting of the baard of .

circumstances they would fight val The execution of Hampton to-day trade was called Wednesday evening

iantly to keep the water out. will be the first judicial hanging in and the question was discussed at DANA THOMPSON ,

Columbia county in over a quarterof length. Hon J. D. Callaway was appointed __ : r
Mr. Rayner chief counsel for Admiral -
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Schley, has refused a tee for a century. as a representative of the The highest high somersault diver m the world," diving

his services. The Admiral has senta -- board before the commission at Tal- from a tower 85 feet high into a four foot tank of ,wafer. ;

gold watch to Mr. Rayner and a MIDWINTER CARNIVAL.Four lahassee. Como and bring your friends. We will show you a good

diamond brooch to Mrs. Rayner. At Bronson recently Judge Bullock time. Chas. B. Turner, representing the Oriental: Amuse-
Days of Fun and Amusement.
Admiral Schley's delicate note de- and No End of Attractions. rendered a decision against the rulIng ment and Carnival Co., is in the city making all arrangements

clining to allow a public subscription Charlton B. Turner, contractingagent of the State Comptroller thatMain'lS This is. the Company that jrnished the attractionsat
list to be opened to the circus, which gave an exibi- the State Fair
pay expenseof for the Oriental Amusementand at Jacksonville; also at Madison, Fla.
defending him before the naval tion here last Friday, must pay a ,
board of inquiry gives another favor- Carnival Company, has been in State as well as a county licensein Come and we will show you that Lake City is the town
the city tor the past week completing to have a good time in. *
able view of the hero of Santiago.The every county that they exhibited
arrangements for a street fair I
in. But the circus management
Republican members of the and midwinter carnival, which will !claimed that they had already paida -

House of Representatives met in be held in this city on the 11th, 12tb, '' State tax of $200 in Duval county

caucus in the hall of the House at 2 13th and 14th inst. ; and that one State tax covered all t

o'clock last Saturday afternoon and I This company was at Jacksonville the counties. The case was argued
unanimously nominated lion. D. B. during the State fair and furnishedthe I
before Judge Bullock November 26th FALL AND WINTER
Henderson, of Iowa, as Speaker of amusements for the county fair I and he decided in favor of the circus.
the House at Madison, and comes highly recom

Russia's Railroad mended. I The city cemetery has just been Millinery of the latest styles,
Trans-Siberian ,
Beginning next Wednesday Lake thoroughly cleaned of all the weeds
one of the greatest railroad under- City will witness four days of fun and and old rubbish. The work was done and very Lowest Prices, also a _
takings in the world, is now com- ..
amusement. There will be exhibi-
by city prisoners in charge of a po-, new line of Art (;ioods at ', I'
plete. The first sod in the work was tions by high and slack wire performers lice officer. The place now presentsa .
turned by the Czar May 19, 1S91, mak-
and Dana Thompson, the highest neater and more attactive appear-

of ing such the work magnitu'Je.The a record-breaker. for one high somersault diver in the world, 'ance, but will never look as it should MRS. T. N. 1 MILTON I
will dive from a tower 85: feet high until it is properly fenced.
into a four foot tank of water.
Lake CITIZEN-REPOOTFR ------
City f Monroe Block. Marion St.
is old enough to vote, and is growing.It There will be no end of wonderful The lecture of Rev. T. S. Hubert

is an allround good paper.-Lees- attractions. Come and bring your I jon "Home, Sweet Home"at the Bap- t
Commercial. I
burg friends and join in the festivities of I tist Church on Thanksgiving night I
Thanks brother, but we have been the occasion. .- .- ....%.st..o .
I was an intellectual treat to his delighted -
old enough to vote for the past seven __ audience. His descriptionsof --:

years. PROTECTING ORANGE TREES- I an ideal home, with its benefits, ..,

its blessings and its unalloyed happiness r..8t8l8t ;
James D. Richardson, Tennessee, EDITOR CITIZEN-REPORTER-IIav-
and of a bad one, with its
minority leader in the National Houseof ing been a visitor to the recent State j miseries, its misfortunes and heartaches (I. MOVEDTHE f

Representatives f has just been Fair at Jacksonville, I can give tp'i were masterpieces of wordtiI
elected and installed fur life as the lour citizens home advice, which., if I! painting. The lecture was very instructive -!I: DOLLAR BAZAAR
and wholesome
imported
many ; f>
Sovereign I '
Grand Commander of the followed by all who have satsuma'buds lessons to.his attentive hearers
Supreme Council of Scottish Rite I' or well grown and thrifty while it amused and entertained .
Masons' for' the. Southern, Jurisdiction sprouts from; orange trees that were them. In short, the lecture sparkleswith MOVKD TO POUTER A. (;LOEH'01.11 >'I'.4M'!

a position in which he will rank I in bearing at the time of the freeze, wit and wisdom, with irresistible ,I We non ortir.iarK'ri, 'at \\aluisinSh.K- .1..1111011 t"r t.,.. .. ;
anti hilUrt .
humor and touching p.ithos, with' > at ul h pru i--a-no i.tiuruill m i' iiurlkmi
King Edward VII of England and will enable them tile talk 01111. touu uuaraiitti .
I tp grow oranges beautiful\ imagery and apt illustrations I. -n'ruu moiir an 1 t > "
:President Diaz i of Mexico. Upon the I again, for home use at least, at ; and that Ms audience appreciated 'i Lace Curtains 50 cents Per Pair \
death of Thomas U. Caswell, of San small cost and with but little labor. it was evidenced by the fact Large Bed Spreads only 75 cents. r

Francisco, a few months ago, Mr.Ucharelson 1 Build a square 'framework around that,though cold and uncomfortable, I YOl'RS To l'LI-:.\-C: -
not
one left the edifice until the last
as deputy. grand commander the tree and cover top and sides with word had been uttered. While he LAKE CITY. FLA. H. F. URIE.I .
assumed the active dutie-* of cheap canva (the canvass would be I had a fair audience,there is no doubt
that if he the lecture I POUTER A. (;LO\'l-I:'S OLD :S|".\\n:
his present exalted: position, the highest better if coated with paint or oil.) repeated in .

the Masonic fraternity has: power I The trees should be banked two or more fill the propitious church.weather"Home he, Sweet would I 1...s.8t.... Qesefu&eate / '
to g;ant. The office carries with it three feetI ith dirt. Should a Florae" was given under the aus 1 I
a, salary of $3ouo per annum, and inaddition freeze come let down your canvass piers of the Ladie Aid Society of I i'
he is given a luxuriously furnished i I and use one or two farmer's lanterns, the Baptist church and netted : -
about .
$40.To I
house in Washington for life. which only cost about 50c each. On [

the last of March or the first of I| Cure a Cold in One Day i ---I
1 here is a strong possibility of theGptire I
April take away the canvas and II Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- Taffeta and Peau de Soie Silks. L
State of Florida being connected -
I dirt and give the trees a lets. All druggists refund the i
generous
money ..
More than tlu' ,. ,.
at date. nor Silki.nun
by telephone an early i k'II.1 -L.lt.tI: ; u '
coat of of if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's .. ., .. .
first compost cotton seed meal i Intoln.--- titfilin, ti rult in* u-uiiKil Ilh.i: .i i r. .i '
The .section to be built by the I and stable manure.In II III signature is on each box. 25c. i weal \\'<,' ax -how I IIF .t"l.klolll L r u! < n,'':-41.J d' .
Florida Long Distance TelephoneCo. I I'nt. IIMI aii tn.t.:'- in I..u.h vu'iitt. 11 I.' "
will be from Jacksonville to Lake conclusion I Leg to mention the I Black Peau de Soie. $1 Per Yard.
fact that Mr. G. L. Tabor
of Glen
DR. L F. FR I N K Purt MIL lull all IUln..u ru.u.int.'<'.1 lr u> .u'
City, and bids for it are now asked St. Marys, 311 miles east of us, was' ,
fo;. Jt will be extended as far westaa I awarded the prize at the State Fair DENTIST.Office Black.. Peau de Soie. $1.50 Per Yard.
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the best exhibit of citrus fruits I 3-iuch. wide r crt |>u.ii-iilU, HI.K| qu.tlilt hilt ailil 1L.':: '
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Tallahassee, giving connection I'hand upstairs over Stateu'd storein I :-uiuliu inlur tur waists in m-tnim-
further wish to state that the
through Jasper, Valdosta, Waycrossand : :, information given in this article was Bacon Rlock. I VENETIAN CLOTH
all intermediate points. This obtained from Mr. Tabor him..elf'l LAKE CITY, FLx\
t I litue.'Itn
Brown anti Mite
line will be completed about January15tb :Mr. Tabor is a man whose word is I
I hU bond in any transaction in nursery AND THE QUEEN OF DRESS FABRICSLANSDOWNE .
and then the line from Jack- ,
stock. VlSl roR TO FAIR.
sonville to Palatka and St. Augus- I -,,- '
tine will be inaugurated. At Palatkaconnection I Statistics show th-at-one- person I Ii WE ARE NOT SELLINGAT IlIad and Ktoning Shad<--

will be made with the i out of each 70 in the United States is'f COST DURING THE tbfr -

Peninsular Telephone Company nowbuilding I I engaged in working for the railroads. j I HOLIDAYS, BUT FOR
at Tampa and other SouthFlorida And the other 09 are engaged in trying AN HONEST PROFIT.

points, and the whole of-I to work them. SEAL QUARTS I @ JflS. i L: YOUNG .., e' .

South Florida will b connected. A Stops the Cough and Works off the BELLE OF NELSON &
line will also be run from Jackson- Cold. COOcts t\at'd
RYE AT $i.po. .. .. .. ?
ville to Fernandina. It is expectedthe Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets

lines will be completed and in cure a cold in one day No cure, no J. D. CRABB, AGENT. -
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Rey ('iga +( i I I. DR. THUHEft'S

We have photo albums In all styles |

15 Miitxitescient and at all pr ices. R. T. Radford's. LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP'

I Col. E. Brown spent last week in I and then you'll understand just why so many people
Wakulla have been benefitted and endorse this wonderful remedy.
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county on business for the
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East Diseases cf Liver, Blood and Kidneys relieved and
Coast Lumber Co.hone .
cured. It acts gently,nothing harmful,and tones up the
gallon Kentucky Bourbon, twojtampl whole svstem. Gives jou that healthful appearance =
cient to give that we all want.
you most j ( proof,straight goods, 42.50.
*ffgs extra. At Crabb's. Buy a bottle today before you forpt it.

RtpQ Rod what then think of our Medicine:
;Delicious; tea biscuit using Ii Just received nice line of china- ( Thachefi Liver and Blood Syrup i* the best medldae I haw a a
Airy
ware, queensware and lamps-at Juliette,Fla. Yours truly H.SupL D.of ASSBTT.Pho ph ate Mlnej.I -

Baking Powder Bale: Bros. Prices the lowest. have been very rick and mi advised to try Thacher1 Liver '
Jloyal as di- \ Walter Ls Main's circus showed +- gladly Medicine.recommend I did so it and to everyone.since then I have felt like a new nun I i

I here last Friday to immense crowds. REV.W.H.HORTOM,JIoJ te.M.C.TonrDmrelrt '
ted. A true leavener. The performances were -- : bu Dr Ttuetei'iU and Blood .
pure good. ; and Dr TiuUwr-i Liver ..:r
w. MollUM Dnt or b g.t
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Uwm. U. o t,Mod ... a coal for a |..rkic. or
t Our goods are the best, the prices '?, I, W Will far a boMto-Brt try i.... .rm(.IM .:.&. w

Ir the lowest, the assortment all you c4a t Write our Consultation Department,explaining yonj
1 could wish. R. T. Had ford'_u. :_!._ .- '. symptoms and receive free confidential advise.
TMACHER MEDICINE COMPANY, "
-- -.-- .- Oon't send away for it-buy it at ChattanoogTana. -

3-Feathers Whiskey at Crabb's/ Crabb's only. Horse shoe rye,1 quart, -- -
lJNeWote s. Mason 11; 2 quarts,$1.75; 1 gallon,3.00. Jugs! r
# fruit jars at Young's Drug- ,'fer corks at Crabb's 50c. The
i txtra. a peck. largest and, most uptodateline

",7& at Crabb's/ store. Mr. O. CI. W. Margenhoff lelt Sat- I t "7" Mixture-the greatest blood of watches, jewelry, silverware,

.jfethen' Whiskey Mrs. Tate, nee Miss Minnie Bur- urday for his home in Charleston, S. purifier of the 20th century. Young's etc., in the city at R. T, Radtord's.
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.for shoes. > ton, of Atlanta Is the
jgptsgL.Wells'&Co. guest of her"ID'o
Drugstore.Just .
C., after spending several weeks in A special business meeting of the

$a* Crabb's, 50c, a peek *I ther.I the city, the guest of his uncle, Mr. received! Car fresh Ocala W. C. T. U. will be held at Mrs. C. G.

>\sell* the famous Cues- Dr. W. U. Chalker was able to be Geo. O. Adicks.J. lime and car Portland cement. S. : McCormick's residence on Friday

out on the streets Tuesday after aweek's D. Streety haa! full line of B. Thompson. 'j December 6th, at 3 o'clock.:: All

t instruments, strings of alltJT. illness. handsome vases and china sets, just Judge W. H. Baker prominent attorney j members are requested to be present I

Radford's.F -, Our holiday line is complete; goods the assortment from which to makea of Jacksonville, spent Monday i and any other ladies who are in sym

,_ strictly first-class and prices to suit selection for in the pathy with this work.
Is the time to get your a Christmas present.Be city on legal business. _

y i'', -- Ke tale at Stein's, the customer. R. T. Radford's. I sure to call and inspect these Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levy, of Falat-\ Judge Frank DeFerro was this week.- ,

: "' on seen our line of pictures? Goods will have to go. It is no goods.It ka, were the guests of the family ot | appointed by Judge Palmer Masterz..

1 3tR.P'Radford's. joke, nor fable. We mean business. I is our desire to give the people lIon. L. Harrison Saturday and Sun-i in Chancery for Columbia county.
Come and will find M. I Judge UeFerro is able
you cut. Stein. of Lake City and Columbia countyan day. an attorneyand
L ieods for same money, same I his wide of ,experiencewell
Mr. John range
Burton, who has! been
up-to-date and be
jewelry store We to take
are now ready
your
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I r.less money at the several fits him to discharge the duties
.spending past weeks in I lieve that we are accomplishing our order for anything you want in the
of the office. We take in
pleasure
the city, returned to Arcadia Tues purpose. Come in and examine our watch and jewelry line for a Christ !
$ L. Rorger and bride stock. U. T. Radford's. : L congratulating him upon his ap-
day.Mr. I mas present and save you from :23! [ 'V

m4'Saturday- from LexingS -, S. M. Parker, of Cooper, Fla., ('. E. Lewis, junior member of theC. : 40 per cent. 1:. II. Loner, the Old pointment.
? was in the city Wednesday and paid E. Lewis Candy Co., spent Sunday I Reliable Jewelry Store. d-G-2t. The young ladies of the Presbyterian f

f- China goods of every de- the CITIZEN-REPORTER a pleasant and Monday with friends in Palatka. Mr. Will Brown, from near Wel- church are busily engaged In
3t J. D.lij. Clint preparing to open a bazaar ttn Fri
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lare to'be found was formerly employed by L.
born, was in the city this week. lIe '
call.Don't A. Smith of .that city day evening, the 13th inst. The
as candy
send away for itbuy itCrabb' r t' proposes to erect a large and handsome -
bazaar will be opened in one 'of the
maker in his
;to move and Roods confectionery store. hotel the
:! only. Horse shoe rye.t' fronting on public
''tto go. Come early so you quart,41; 2 quart, U.7; I gallon, ;Hr- The business venture here has beena square in the near future. While vacant buildings near Mrs. Funk'smillinery
Jugs extra. most gratifying success from its in- store. All kinds of fancy ,
(bargain here he was the guest of the Wilson
ception.A needle work will be placed on sale _
tind fie-pounJ fruit cakes, Malarial poison, chills and fever, I House. r II and tea and chocolate will be served. -

|especially for the Holiday are positively cured by using itohert's varied and beautiful line of dinner Miss Jessie Harrison, little nieceof The proceeds will go to the benefitof
Chill Tonic. Price 25c, Your I and tea sets, parlor lamps of al
Mule Bros',
Hon. L. Harrison, was called to the church.
sizes and of and coloring
back if it fails. Yuung'sdrugstore. exquisite design s"Y
money
Ion Kentucky Bourbon, two china toilet sets, individual : Columbia, S. C., last week by tele- --

0proof,straight goods,12.50. cups and saucers,jardaniers and large gram announcing the critical illnessof CAR + t
Crabb's. Thanksgiving was generally ob- iwcelain flower stands, H on eJ u. Strecty's popular hard- 4 LOTS.* \
Union services
served in Lake City.
I D Callaway spent the first the ware store. They will not ohly reached Columbia. The bereaved I For Sat fly W. P. SHEPPARD. ,
held in the morning at
were have heartfelt
tt in Hamilton and Suwan- please you but you will be delighted. our sympathies. .
church, conducted by The and the .. :
Presbyterian prices are right good \ -------- -
ilej on business. -, Rev. F. Plxton. are of the best. Cotton continues to advance in

Ji. i hive J; nty--of clerks to Mrs. Tom Getson, Watertown, price. During the week prices nave .:1
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when come. Youelit Rev.. and Mrs. J. ( Tims wele been marked up from !c to Ic on all ;. :
oo t
you last Seal
went to Micanopy Monday on Quart
nce. M. Stein. called to Monticello last Friday on grades. The demand is satisfactory,
business and in a few hours after her
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.-' account of the illness of Mrs. 'fims'sister and while factors are not expecting
et to call at the Racket arrival there died of heart disease.
; Belle of Nelson RyeAT
Mrs. Conrad, and returned to further large advances a gradual
hjjery best goods the The remains were taken to Water-
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the city Monday evening. improvement is looked for in some
/1 d something to please town and buried in the cemeteryat
quarters. As to the the current -
crop
George Lovett, from the Siioam tint place. The family have the CRABB'SFor
i- feeling favors a moderate yield.
t prices In paper. I willIng Church neighborhood,formerly a fireman heartfelt sympathy of all their
at cost, and some'cost on the Seaboard Air Line until friends in their sudden, bereavement. The following prices were quoted in $1.00DEWEY
Savannah yesterday: Fancy Flori-
-_, during the sale. he lost a leg in an accident some I Mrs. Sara MacDonald Sheridan, .
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das i i, extra choice Floridas 20.
[ three months ago, was in the city'I the southern ballad singer, gave an I I

Ct.to see the fine line of this week recruiting hands for the: : entertainment___n_ ________ at College Chapel

goods,jackets and capesel1.kCo. I i I railroad. Hall Monday night under the aus- J

., before buying Mrs. M. E. Limbrick has rented the I pices of the Atlanta Alkahest L>ce- DID IT-4
This was the first of the seriesof
I n tt Hagan residence on West ,Nassau I um.
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!Chill Tonic cures. It re- and moved Tuesday. The res- entertainments, which will be given and to ahead. ,
street in the lyceum course during the By being ready by having nerve enough go I

I 'th: appetite. Try it. idence vacated by Mrs-Lirabric-fc has I reason and was greatly enjoyed bya :.! If you want to see how this particular work is applied "
Nocure, no pay. Young'srflrm been rented to Mr. R. I... Selph, of I large audience. Asa sUiger Mrs.I :
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i to the business test our \Vhiskies Wines
Liquor
V. ,
to Sheridan takes first rank.
will his family ..
who wove
;k", I Falls, II and Beer. We have the and
right goods cour- :
of Long & Lee, on the city this week.A I Rev. J. U. H. Wharton, now of :

I Itreet,sold their stock carload of rock was received this j Louisiana, but formerly pastor of the age to make the right prices on .

it week to A. V. Smith, of is Baptist church here, is in the city,
committee
: week and the street i iha"lng ; .
the streets repaired. The vbitinhis daughter, Mrs. F. H. YOUR HOLIDAY ORDERS ::1
Rev. Mr. Wharton was pastorof ;
Hodges spent last week' heavy circus wagons last Friday cut j j Ives. t I : _

iJ j on a pleasure trip, reFriday. up and almost ruined portions of the I and the made church a number here eleven of friends years who ago I R. W. Coxe, Lake City, Fla. :'

e He reports an street and the work of repairing is 1 f _, .. ,
I are glad to meet him again and talk ,_ -_ H __ _____ -
.,'iKjrd. being done none too soon. I IMis lover old times. lIe was surprisedwith 1.

cases, sterling silver been the rapid progress of the city t '
Radford, who has STRAIGHT THROUGH _
manicure goods-all in Edith I and said that he would never have ?W1 Aa
of her uncle, Mr. R. T. recognized portions it save for the
"tyle:ready for your ink the guest for the past six months, returned II few remaining landmarks. \ hIN' Wines and
n.'T. Radford's. Radford, 'litl OUI\ ers, Liquors are
to her home at Lyons, Texas, I' all selected with a first thought r
chili tonic removes the Highly accomplished I to their purity. Xo price is ever
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cures Wednesday. > + low enough to tempt us until we
and chills MM Itaa- '
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prevents ,
and charming of manner ., have tested the of
perfect purity
'Pleasant to take. Nowy.25c. in lake City STOP! STOP!II! ,
popular lot. of
ford was very every Try a glass our li5
Young's drug Beer, Wines or Whisky and it's
society. !
STOPllt morally certain that you will E
duty to chronicle the thereafter drink no other brands:
I't e'i thorough alterative It is our sad Herbert Sims at his Don't rush by in your -

lllood.kidney and liver death of Cooper Mr. Wednesday mornIng mad career, if you wantto W. M. PENNINGTON
home at -
roughly: treated. 7"cia in the 25th year of his age. His get the Best drink in .
:i 00 all Young's DrugRant -
death was caused by Brl ht'bdisease. Lake City. At CRABB'S LAKE CITY FLORIDA
interred at the i
V The remains were
i is the right kind ofr1ht Thursday morning at

,;.: kind of prices. city cemetery The deceased possessed I '

., The best goods at the 10 many o'clock.admirable traits of character i (( ;; ';( .o bs+().f KSa).(a)+()iw+i o+ Sffi !<)t.(.4.)+f "

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confidence
having>
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'in the City, call at will and esteem of all who knew him. : NEWS AND GOOD NEWS


Store; hle'l'i E.and C.be Flowers convinced., in The with CITIZE.'J-nEI'ORTtH the bereaved family.sympathi s i I 1 LOOK OUT FOR THE BIG SALE i, i


..:'t... Hoods will be sold like cotton. Whatever you can get for cotton you'\ got to take. So weSSSffiSSmSSaffiSSiS
;(4 are Lf goods. Whatever we can pet for CLOTHING, SHOES, BATS and TRUNKS rl
i| we will take. We can afford to do it and we .

I S "WI-LL SELL GOODS CHEAP IiI
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H. A. RILEY_ I Sl a aslonl!' as they last. You better come in time and get your supply of WINTER CLOTH M
1SS jx It don't pay to go withont them when you hate a chance to get them so cheap. M ti

-.1'. the ted .largestaed huth ?aacy mo..t and Plain complete EO suit l;tock every 01 ones Fall and u"te.Winter Isrl.taery !i II WE ARE GOING TO MOVE AND WANT TO SELL OUT di Y Yk

We have to move.w got to move and the goods got to go.
much as we can.

y MM n fmni inij of I (mf D UescripliOfl.li k i 14H THE as PRICES WILL MAKE THEM MOVE ti R

GOOD Radford's Jewelry Store. It will pay you to come from a
.: q OOKPLETE y1AE OF ART : : Don't forget the place next to
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which may be 120 miles in length by f 'The Madison Recorder says that it I -.'ill:;'.
I I in breadth in'the middle. According t' I .
Rheumatism 40 'is not generally known throughout .' .-::- : -. ,:, -.- .:, .. .. ?.
to Eskimo accounts, Lake Amad- .
, .. juak discharges.northward into Lake the State, but in cases where round I
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Rheumatic- pains are the cries of protest !i-Mettilling- by a short river, without trip tickets, good for five days, ars; (

and distress from tortured muscles aching I' rapids, the natives passing from one purchased and the owner only uses j

joints and excited nerves. The blood has : lake to another in their kyaks. Lake I his ticket one way, if, he will pnt in j

been poisoned :by the accumulation 01 Mettilling is perhaps 140 miles long his claim to the railroad commission iI|
waste matter in the system, and can no !! and 60 miles wide Sand its waters
will be entitled to
in time he
longer supply the pure and health sustain-I 1 reach the sea through a large and proper f
ing food they require The whole the return of his money less the fare
systemfeels rapid river, 50 or 60 miles long, that
the effect of this acid poison ; and has a descent of about five feet to the one way.
not until the blood has been purified and
brought back to a healthy condition will mile. Now that Mayor Low has an- ,:
I The conspicuous honor of being the
the aches and pains cease. | of Col. I The Kind You have 5
nounced the appointment Always Bought and ;
been which
the world bas
island in bat
Mrs. James Kelt. of 707 Ninth street N. R, ; largest I btu
Washington D. C..write as fallows: "A fee held by quite a number of islands at John N. Partridge to succeed Police In use for over 30 years, has borne the sigrl'atnre :

ism months in its ago wont I had form.an The attack ot bciauc Rheum various stages of geographical knowl- Commissioner Murphy, ;t is.safe. to and has been made under hfs"per fit

pain became was completely so intense that pros I edge. School children were taughtfor assume that the metropolitan. grafters sonal supervision since its infancy. .:

trated.1 The attack WAS an many years that Australia was will quail. I Allow no one to deceive you la this! '. .
unusually severe one and the largest island. Then Australiacame
my condition w,. regarded properly to be regarded as one All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as.goo "are &$'. _; ,: .

out as I being was very attended danger by I t, of the continental masses and Borneo A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of I4 '
one of the most able doc. I 1 I Infants and Children-Experience _
the island. against :
tors in Wsshington,who is took its place as largest Experiment,
New Under
"Something
also a member of the faculty Less than 20 years ago it was discovered -

college of a here.leadinK lie told medical me that New Guinea was larger the Sun." What is CASTORIA :
to continue his prescriptions than Borneo and so the latter island All docters nave tried to curd CATARRH by ; f.
aud I would get well. After havingi filled the use of powders, acM gases,inhalers and ,
twelve times without receiving the slightest took second place. When Peary prac- drugs in paste lonn. Their powders dry up ftJ t
benefit, I declined to continue his treatment anlonger. ) tically outlined the northern coast of toe inucuous mcinnrands causing them to Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 0% Fare .*;
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Having for heardutS.S Rheumatism S.Swtft'sspecrb.qrecommended ,I leaded,almost Greenland, early in the last decade, crack used in open the and inhalers bleed. have The jxmcrful entirely eaten acids gone Drops aud Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It iI

in despair however to give the medicine a trial, geographers began to think that they away, thr same membranes that their mak- contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic -
and alter 1 had turn a few Lolllra 1 was Me u ers nave aimed to cure while pastes and I '
bobble around on crulcbeand very soca<< thereafter had overlooked an important section ointments cannot reach the disea.se. An old I substance. Its age Is its guarantee. It destroys Wormi
had no use for them at all S. S.S. having of the earth's surface and so they and experienced practitioner who h: s for and allays Feverisimess. It
cured me sound aud well. All the distressing mane years made ado study and special-I I cures Diarrhoea and Wind 'G-:
pains have left me, my appetite has returned placed Greenland at the head of the ty of tbe treatment and I am happy to be again restored to perfect list of Islands. At last Baffin Land rfecled a treatiuei.t which when faithfully a
usco. not only relieves once but permanently I and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
great vegetable looms up as an island 1,005 statute cures rA rauuit. by removing the i Stomach and Bowels I
giving
and
and tonic, i) miles in length, witn a breadth vary cause stopping the discharges and curingall healthy natural sleep ,
SSSthe ideal. remedy in all ing from 200 to 500 miles, the average knows inflammation.to science that It actually is the only reaches remedy the The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. :i

troubles. being 305 mites. Its area is therefore afflicted parts. This wonderful remedy is 'I
known as "sN l;FFI.FS the CUAUANTLED CA-:
are no opiates 01 about 300,000 square miles. In other CENUINE
'' CASTORIA .
TARS CCRK. and is old at the extremelylow ALWAYS
minerals in it to disturb the digestion and words, the island is larger than the price ot tine Dollar each package containing I _
lead to ruinous habits. ; internal and ('xternalm.icllle sufficient it-
state of Texas by about 40,000 square II
We have prepared a special book on lor a full month's treatment and everything Bears the Signature of
miles about ten times as large as .
or necessary to its perfect U!e."I'NUJo'FL"S"
Rheumatism which sufferer from
this painful disease should every read. It is the either Scotland or Ireland. Though ever made i is and the is only now perfect recognized CATA'tiiHCCRE as

most complete and interesting book of it takes its place as second in the list the only safe and jiositivecure for that annoying pL
the kind insistence. It will be sent free of islands Damn Land appears to be inflammation and disgusting disease. It cures all i
quickly and let manently and
to any one desiring it Write our physicians of no great value, since it is com- is also wonderfully quick to relieve HAY
fully and freely about your case. We posed, as far as we know, of barren rEvtit and COLU in tile lISA!>. I iI
CATAUKR when elected often leads to
make for medical advice. 9
no charge rocks, partly covered with ice. CONSUMPTION"SNUFFLES" will save
I THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, CA. The 12 largest islands in the worldin you use it at once. His noordinary remedy youit -
but a complete treatment which is positively i-1 The Kind
order of size are: Greenland, Baffin guaranteed to cure CATAIlKIt in I You Have Always Bought
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torm or If used to directions
,- -- --. Land, New Guinea, Borneo, Madagascar stage according -
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which accompany aach package. Don'tdelay I
Sumatra, Nippon (the largest island but send tor it at once. and write lull ,;
THE SECOND IN SIZE. of JapanOn Britain Celebes, particulars to four condition. and you In Use For Over 30 Years.
will receive sjieclal a"Ice trom the discov- I I
New Zealand (South island), Java and erer ot this wonderful .remedy regardingyour !; The etdTtua eemmif. n nuiiiuv cmicr. HCW vo..owv.I .
Cuba. case without cost to you beyond the i I e

Baffin Land How Takes Rank Next CocoaBut Sandnlehea. anteed regular Catarrh price ol Cure."SNl'FK.LES" the "Unar- I I II I \

Sent prepaid to any address in the United
to Greenland. i I I Grate one cocoanut, which ought to States or Canada <>n receipt of me Dollar.
yield about two cupful of fine white Address IK-iit. ..;6. KUWIN GILES COM- -
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PANY.S.iu and Al3rlcHSLI'biialld llla.. r- x
shreds. Add half a cupful of chopped
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Aa talasi Horth of HOOB Strait walnut meats, two tea:poonfuls of -- -
That Ha Ueeat laereataUg la8lse lemon juice, a quarter of a cupful of $15 to $18 a Wetk. r- - -- - - .

and one-third of salary for an intelligent man or woman in
tk cupful
OB Maps-IIaa cream.Mix
Suave
I I sugar each town. Permanent ]x>sition. 30 cents I
-r-- i buttered white bread.-Good House- 78, Philadelphia. o-11-tit :

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Australia i -- --
Excluding Baffin Land,
situated near the east coast of the L. fy.RoBEU.sos, A. It. SMALL, i CONTENTMENT IS BORN IN THE KITCHEN. HEALTHFUL MEUS
ROOERSON & SWIALL.ATTORJfElS I DAINTILY SERVED, MAKE "A HEART TO MEET ITS FAJE."
I
American
continent
short distance
a i Write for Calalo&e of 100 different combination lit flu tef frodaftiou el tU TrotittkCnltuj
north of Hudson,;trait, is the second AT LAW. 1 and for a modest outlay mitt Kit vnrtk Uritf.
island of the world in point oi size : LAKE CITY AND JASPER, FLA. I

pnd still little U known about it. It ; Sinking Will do a general practice in State and INVESTIGATE
:jias long been represented on the : Federal courts. Collections and con veyanc- I
ing. Lake City office' Second Boor Vin- i
maps as composed of a number of zant Block dlswslar.HEADACHE. I II
iblands. It is still shown in this way I it

on a number of maps now in use. One I Spells ttt UfffL5JTflJA2f5.


island, Fox Land, Meta Incognita '
Sussex island and others + It ,% Acme of fort?years xpermg

hate been found to be a part of the 1 I fainting, smothering, palpitation I i t+ e o 's'I-t ddorn the Home
Economize in fuel
Win island thus Muffin V
Land
(wen gradually; increasing in sue has on : pain in left side, shortness .. I '. .d 1i.111 l i V //gfee Glad the Household's Queen.JMSHVIUHENV .

the maps until to-day it is known to i| of breath, irregular or intermittent -

be-inferior only to Greenland in kize. :: pulse and retarded circulation At all drug dons 25 Dora 2Se.

The latest edition of the best map of i!I all come from a weak or "NADE CiVAIM 1ffD BY
the polar regions published in anyI

American atlas, however, hUll shows i defettive heart. Overcome .q? IMPS 8 &JITOIt! MFG'CO.
GUARANTEEDUNDER
Cockburn island, which is about as I: these faults by building up the .

large as Iceland, as separated from
heart-muscles and the I '
making ( $5.000 DEPOSIT
j
Jiattiii Land by a wide channel, though i ..
a number of foreign maps show that |I heart-nerves strong and vigor- "l R. R. FARE PAID

it is a part of liaflia Land. 1 j ous. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure ; 200 FREE ."
IT IS
Dr. Robert Hell, the new director is the WRITTEN""National I
remedy to use. It is I Scholarships offered.
of the geological of Canada?: Write quick
I survey to Steel bake
the best. Ranges are the "Never h.i.l.i store to as
who mapped a long stretch of the j CA.-ALA. BUSINESS COLLECE.Macon,Cae best made." evenly and quickly."

west coast in 1SU7, has just published 'i "I had fainting and smother- I IT. M. PaiCE Mobile,Ala. Mas.ELLES T\5BS, Kasbnlle

|n the Geographical Journal a report | ing spells, dizziness with a full Abundanee! of hot water always
pf his explorations. lie says that it ; feeling In my head and deranged furnished." L "In 30 years houseVeepinK" never

is "the third largest island in the j stomach. I heard of Dr. Miles' BEINCDURET. ClatLsville. had a "tm'e.v pleasing

world being only exceeded by Australia :i Heart Cure and at once began its KodolDyspepsia "After one year's hard service, REv J. B. E aWl:., NasbviwV.

and Greenland." As Australia is i use. I could see an improvementafter in perfect condition." '.lamsurethereisnone.uperiur.T ."' ,
DOW ranked by nearly s'U I the lust close and just two
geographersas FASSINXJ ORPHAN SCHOOL, Nashville. J.T.AHF loU. i-dinatCBI
the smallest of the continents bottles cured me completely." Water WorkNub.iw:
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N. LAUZEHEK, Romeo Mich. Not one-half the fuel required
Cure
liaflin Land will undoubted take its I
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Lest
f as formerly. "The. National, the range
place among the islands as the second MATRON "
VASDHBILT UNIVERSITY. In use.
in All area. Dr. Mijes'Heart Digests what you eat. :' "Have never seen one I would C. J.CCSTSB, liuk-. an Kr
the best of Baffin Land '
maps I artificially digests the food and aids exchange: it for." "Takes less wood and '.ess time.
now show lake in the
a great region i I .
Cureis Nature in strengthening and recon- B. F. STRATTON, Nashville. T.}. 00' I'. yam 1cn
ventral of the
southern
part portion '
structing the exhausted digestive or-
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of the island. These lakes i
lie between
mountain ranges. 1)r. Bell says i j a heart and blood tonic of gam.and It tonic.is the latest No other discovereddigestant preparation- LET US SEND YOU A BOOK OF LETTERS Of RECOMMENDATIONS.DON'T .

that the two greatest bodies of water I unequaled power and never can approach It in efficiency. It instantly EXPERIMENT. Jt J BUY WitH YOU KNOW TO BE GOOD.

are larger than any of the lakes in fails: to benefit if taken in time. relievesand permanently cures
the whole peninsula of Labrador and Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, siovtsCH1M lIutJlI'tt
TNWUXGUSVAARC
that they may almost be eomp.ind to I Sold by druggists on guarantee. Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, ; MASIflSQUthSYtAKE emus 101S IRII14I0iS

Lake Ontario in txtent. lie visited Sick Headache,Uastralfria.Crampsand
Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkliart
I Indo all other results of
the soot htrnulut:. Lake Amudjuak, imperfect digestion. PHILLIPS & BUTTORFF MFG. CO. X NASHVILLEJ7'
I Price50c.and IL Large site contains!!H times I Iamall
atse.Book all&boULdyspepit mailedfree ..Jc.
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....J.:! Latin-Science: I.t.. i.:.. One n ar'" course in Itusiness Stenography, I 4-e,, saw_
!... 1')1M'w riling and Telepraiihy. A Preparatory course ot one or two years VA ; I -5.- r .a r
't A as ri quired, lor those wishing to prei are lor the IIJh' t.. Pest-graduate
."; courses are also ottered.Younp VAl' I t 1' s

)! men under Military discipline.! Young women under rrlining! lst', ,d ib i r 1 4
... home inHuences at Fostar Hall. r ; ac
i.1 Tuition tree to Florida students. Other ex-nseK very small. .1 i il'

Fine modern buildings and first class equipment.For "
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w10'SEABOARD AIRLINE Tfc' Nor Arc Comoton Mott DtfflcBlt aad Casasplelosa'to I TAKE YOUR CHOICE; I

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TRAINSRALIWAY the more rare and shy birds which Just take your choice.

are An attack of Fever at
most
difficult
to
photograph but
:!> ttEAST. ,
on the this time of with #
year
contrary, very common and
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< usually
.. 34.6i .I :sa SU'l.l'HJRN Dl1'jStO I--, 27 approached unsuspicious species, when '1 means a week or '
31 with
photographic intent
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p Jacksonville 1-- are ,
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exceedingly
] This is .
__ ill U a lOOp eoup949p Ar Baldwin. 11" a 1- 2op wary. -
.' ? 1E 17p ._ __ Waldo the case with the familiar robin, and It means ten days of
-- 2 5S! P h37.-_ : .____...._ : also with the
sup 114 a __. Cedar t. -_ -,12 la p "_ ___ kingbird or bee-martin, i unhappiness for you and .
-..,.-','., 43 p 815aSSSa __ Key 8 35 I..h-h- says A. H. Verrill. in Frank Leslie'Popular .. I @ ten days of hard work

.' ..". bop ==. "'SilwerSprIng-I... I I4 Sip Monthly. Time and again and anxiety for those ;
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+ 5 37 a. "Wiidwoua.1 p840p uua
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who
R "' W SSp'740a!_.-_-_ .. -----''---- "'00__ Slia3ua have I spent an entire afternoon endeavoring love youThis
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UlBniiiatpjawa. .;._.. "Tavares .. ---- 317p > to photograph this putting
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} --..--- I 84 a 10 37 a!'____ Winter P n. i.Slop 7 3U a flycatcher, but without avail, and it I might mean your death, :
__ Tooai ft 5o al._ f Dade City a. is only very recently that I succeeded '! and it often
it-------I--- 4 W means a
IVi- ASS at! S 31 City. -....: < & in induing one to sit for his por.1 I in I used Johnson's Tonic Si
ip 5 ID
M lOa! 7 IS P'31" Tampa--- & aUnnection I used Quinine for 10 days.breakdown general hours. Took It every Hires
lisa lift': ( -- 'h 4U 1h 111C.a trait, and even he condescended to I am free of fever but eel health from which some boors. Never felt batter ia

&-- l 3d pi t se do so only when his fatherly solicitude I' utterly wretched. I am recuperate very slowly: my life. Did not lot an ,
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4 2 p lid a deaf as post Lost 10pounds. in weight. Caa eat
made at Fernandina was aroused,and I disturbed the If you are a rich man.ounce .
with Cumberland of his your time is worth much -
route steamers peace young family. On the Y
t4-'c' leaving Fernandina 1:30: p. m. daily' other hand, blue jays, which are no- .I to your estate. If you .
except Sunday arriving Brunswick toriously wild I hate had difficulty are a poor man. your time is worth much more to your family. The rich \
am' o p. m. with no man might better afford to suffer a loss of $100.00 a day, as a result from enforced
provided
the time chosenwas absence from business than the poor man can lose the value of his labor.

L tLeave late summer or early autumn. I Both men-rich or poor-are stupid to lose 10 days when 24 to 48 hours u
co.A Fernandina
2n ville7MO for Jacksou- ftnu that at this season they readily the limit of time required to put them in good condition by Johnson's Chill and
__ 17 a a. m. and 4:50: p. m. approach within range of my lens if I Fever Tonic. _

ucup1258D Arrh'alsal Jacksonville their cries are imitated while in hid I always.feel sorry for the family that U wedded to the plan of subjecting i
315p from the ing. Many birds have habits which themselves to the Quinine treatment i
-- North
and
Slop East. No. 3: $:55 a. m., No. i The process is slow. The result uncertain The treatment disappoiLtiag.Johnson's .
facilitate
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: HplUSOp p. m. From Tonic has two cardinal points that should immediately commend
s ao the West No" 2 j:2j p. m. From the learned. it to every thinking man in this country.

.=- --- Jffia73oa o:55 South p. m.No. 24 at 8 a, m., No. tits at GIRLS AS BANK TELLERS. I First of. all, it is harmless. Absolutely liarmlena. Harmless under all circumstAnces. -


Second, it is quick; it acts at once. In 30 minutes after its administration
Do Belter Work and Are Mora Trull.worthy it enters the blood and to undo the mischief caused Makiria.
sa the'Fla and Metropolitan Limited begins by
vestibuled train between I Tkan M. I '
rand New York, via Richmond and Washington a Safs It has a wonderful record of 17 years of success. SWO caSes out of every
and observaman buffet including draw- Bank Caahler j 1000 are promptly cured, and the lOOOtb case can be easily cured by doubling
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sleeping
cars between Jacksonville I t
the dose
and
I taking it a little oftener.

';ndAtfanta Fast Mail solid vestibule I Behind each of the 13 window* in i Johnson's Tonic is a wonderful medicine. It is not mere inercLandisa It it-

ail, baggage and express cars between train, consisting! of day the savings department of the Royal :iI is superb. No remedy in the whole domain of ilatarU Medici is uure positivein
Jacksonville
and
\Va h- its action and
in its result
Trust hank, 169 Jackson boulevard unfailing 1
I Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville and New York. I '
It will cura It will cure every time. It will cure every case of Fever. Itwill
r.13ey t e3Clnd Leave sits a woman taking in and
?aT nna' Port Tampa Sundays, Tues- young pay- j cure any type of fever.
'
t ylllXtpm.; ', 'I ing out the money of several thousand J It is the one great medicine that seldom disappoints.Don't 1

*adit sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. depositors, reports the Chicago i trifle with Fever. If allowed to run, it is like a house allowed to

ption at City Ticket office 2U2V.. Bay. street. Telephone 260. 1 Chronicle. { burn-it will consume you. Use Johnson's Tonic. Use nothing tUe. .

JAS. M.3ARB, R. I:. L BUNCH I The young women have been employed j Now, take your choice. Lie in bed for days, or maybe weeks and poison
.. 't:- : Gen Sup't. Gen. Pass. Agent. there for some time, though it your digestion with Quinine and arise finally with all the life and vim taken -

'. .;,J" Portsmouth, Va. i I is the only bank in Chicago where they iI j out of you or use Johnson's Tonic and be restored at once to perfect health.

HELL, Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent Jacksonville Fla.12iJtcIAsoUTHiiii do that kind of work. They hate j No loss of t ital force. No loss of tiesh. No w rite of precious time. Take your
choice.
I proven faithful and accurate in their II | 7

I work and the manager of the bank j A. B. GIRAKDEAU Savannah, Ga._ r
) FORIDA RIWY. says that men will never displace them. j

: t "They are always at work on time," I
<.j'J $' JINNEE 'RIVER ROUTEtSrrSchoJuIein ; aid Cashier Edwin F. Mack,"and wheni I - -- ---- -

';"r' i closing time comes they do not rush I

Effect August 1st, 1901. 1' to get out for fear of working a min- I j

| ute too long. Than they do not spend ji j jthe A. KIIA WKICS,

Dixie "Quick Diile i bank's time in telling each other ) .=a.

v flyer. r'1NORTHBOCND Flyer I of their experiences the night be- i! The Famous Atlanta Optician. i .
t e A. X. P 101o I
fore. '

:: Yuan 1245 (25 Lv. palatk:1:1: 615- I "We are not hiring girls to save '

-:; ,Kathleen 657 Florabomei!' 648L We them just as much as i iwe
.1ct OcovialaCnadtUa 740 Hampton'', i3'1.Y money. pay I
; ,. 2 01\ 755 Sampson city I'' 'HS I once did men in the same places. I I II '- _
,:ir''knDi; tau; 820VUO Lake Bull..r i II lU We simply made the change because : ---
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Cortele I
2&0 I Lake city \I 00
',t- Arab Yes WDlte Springy ;' IIIIAlhblU. we found them more reliable and effl- j
S 96 I 9 o Jasprr 11511 I cient." j ji i 1 -
'l'Iftoa 4 00 I I 1017 Jennlnl'i" 10ll I ,',
Titton 4 02: 1031 Lake Park 'I 10s. '
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f. .Spark.. 4 33 I, 1055I ,Ar'aldOota I III 5Adel ; i Lace T.o.bln lM Argentine Relt811lie.I 1
'438 I 1105: Lv'aldosta ills I I Considerable race hatred has been ,;
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_;i7..> ':Heartpine" 4 44 114ft Hcartplne d 11'i aroubed in the Argentine republic because '
'OEta S 25 1151 Add 1-U1 I -
ft3sfe 'SM'e 11 fl7 Sp4rb''i 11JtI: the industrious German im- ; .':>,
Park 5 S9 12: 30 AI' Tit tHn ::1 I IHII 'I migrants are making so much headway t -
.. .'Jednings.. 13 1250 ,Lv. Tittun '; t.45 r
> Jasper 63570S 1 :!II A hburn''I i, 11:1: while the indolent natives lag i
L;.;T'W v lte Springs na Mabi ,I i I 'n ,_ i .
:,_L, Lake City 733 ::uti 'ordl'le ': 156 _...Derlain'3 a Stomach and Lifer > -'
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rFUke BaUer II 2u :Y S Vienna :211Sa -
i>; >apsoa City 846 :24S L'nadllla : :S 33 Tablets cure biliousness, constipation j
:!1 : Hampton 900 SIM 9r"vanla I and headache. They are easy to I' t1
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; ,.,. Florabome 945 J1: Kathleen ;Ii take and pleasant in effect. For sale J
; Palatta 1025 4 10 'Ar. Macon 3 fin --
P M .PM___ II i AM by G. \V. Price.. iH. .... COLD MEDAL ..... -

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satn a mall( elms P il4 A. AVILSONrfe :-
1 of G ill 4Lit 8 UU Ar Waycross 520 I I
cola 7.i 7251120 \ pm '-
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[:II m aIn pt P 11, LvTifton 3Iufltl I I ;. ,_ .
Sol II U5! 71t1 Uti 1
aJ II 30 ;AI'Tbomasville .: ; -
iSoa $ OI151t10: { till IIMI I pm am pll'' A These Famous Glasses Nor Sale by
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> pm a ml+ aM aLiLvValdosta! ; 7a 11:11': 1190'Ga .
HR 415 03 Mi"W t5 4:;' Ar TboW1vllle; S 100 tam 1:5ui I II .
Ga as 11I0 74: I :sJllliib! pm I Y-
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i r- 11 uu m !I I AI'Valdosta adliOn\'tlle i i r.II 855 Ii 835y 3.5 'I I .-- ,, I I Il Watts & Son, Eyesight Tested Free.

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ym Lv Lake Butler 0112:1 i jts' 1\i\ Cautlun-Hawkes1 glasses are never peddled. lie sure tbat "Haw krs" is stamped on frame. "
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am m Lv SamJlllOD f9iy 1\ I 8SI ; '4 '. ;''"'' :' "
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Dally except "- ,I F ',l

Krer"has through coach and Pullman sleeper between Uacon and J.lck- : =
lUtosU, and through coach and local sleeper between Macou and ''*lati FIRST-CLASS
Jopen In Uacon union depot 9:30 p. m. and rcmaini; In union depot on returnAVulck UNDE l 71IElrLa.ke1 The
Step" is stolid train. between Macon: and Palatka.PfcMCHBCKLEYSUAW. C.. B. RHODES Only MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND r !

"%: yice-President, ? General.13en.er Agent, tv, Fla. CHILDRBN'oSMen's i

"."- MACON, GA. Collins anti Caskets nil Sl.\'e, ni.ii '

RiLL, T. P. A.. BARRY BL :OOS. F. ?. A.-, Prices. Onleis l>.ini\h Fill.ilTHEOLDJJELIABLE; -
lIoe, AtlantaOa.t 201 W. Hay St., Jacksonville: Fla. FINE

I 1I 1- ; ; CLOTHING House {:

SUITS HATS, r

Pant 5y5.- OVEECOATS, "

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L-'jt at. Through" Car Line From Flnpida. I I PINE INGS FURNISH, Georgia


;>- CONNECTIONS : SHIRTS Etc. '-
''':'-' Charleston Richmond and I
via
The Atlantic Coast Line, -
Ladies'Bilk This Is cuarantItJ
R .- The- Southearnhrlfway! yia Savannah, Columbia and by futile imitation by

{ J and Flannel
Washington.
and
cam SHIRT WAISTS.TAILOR every competitor,
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i' OUR STOCK FOR .MADE confirmed by the
The Souther Railway via Jessup, Atlanta Chattanooga SUITS

y The Louisville & Nashville,:lontgomery.and Ashville.The i 190- Rainy-Day and Dress tartest Patrollll' ;
} Columbia iI
cia Savannah,
The Southern
R'y I <
ii Skirts, Underwear. of the ,
t ; via Montgomery. PqIt. -
: i Mobile &Ohio R: R. i D.W. It Offers every possible Neckwear _,

; for New I aJvantaga tat careful Hosiery, Corsets ;::>i
r Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company Wraps of Every Style. ,
and lioston and economical s a

T;,L.1'"ia Via York Philadelphia !i re and Washington. ers at Boys'Girls'and t j

I' Via Savaih ranNdeMer2bants &, Miners TransportattOnCompany LIVE OAKWHISKEY
and Philadelphia. '
p. for Baltimore Children's '
i Incoritestible Prices.

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Clothing. OrercotU.
'jVia Peninsula and Occidental Steamship_

h' '/ I WE SHIP C. 0. D. Hats Caps Jacket, *.OIiry.Underwear .

Steamilhip and

ton.} Via Line Boston for;1nd Halifax Canada, Hawkesberrv At I antic a an nd d Plant('harlottesto\\'n. SOFTENED BY AGE. To any Express Office and examination privilege FurniahiqI.

gives you every facility for personal selection.
iiinlid hid Medal at meta Eipouiinn.IS ,!


1 s SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS. Fsp.>,[tion.R BEST AND PUREST SOLE AGEbrs FOR .
Pan-American ,, THE Carhart Union-Made Overalls.BJ.LEVY&BRO.Savaaoaya.
Dexcursionrates to Buffalo. N. Y.. account \ THE CELEBRATED {
to visit Niagara "Falls. underfed will be liberally WHISKEY SOLD
th't to Ue
t matter. IN THE SOUTH.
jltSormatlonTanJipandMrne advertising I
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1 >;>-u to Rates, Sloping ar Reservation, etc..call on or write tot DISTILLERY CO.
LIVE OAK
; J, K.JOLLT Division pusenger; t.JaCk50ndl1e, ya I The .
-""! 1 s W.Day Str. Astor Block. .. J L.
1 Superintendent DW.. wani, Pass 5Tsaavanaah,G-., .CINCINNATI U. S. A.

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Lowest straight and summer tour -

r 1st rates, to"the north,_ west and Nine- "E RB1N .
southwest, via: they Louisville and f'

t;. I! Nashville Nashville R.R.RThe C. .dffers.the Louisville lowest and Tenths '_--,-_,.,. _, -_ -. -I-ii : '
straight rates to all points throughout :
M* A PLEASURE TO. QUOTE PRICES.CALL" the north, northwest and south- > Pure Juices from NaturllRoB
west, and summer tourist tickets to ots.i
;- 'ON me BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KIND or WOHCTWORMS
all lake and mountain'resorts
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all the
a" through the north and northwest, also -
S --- to the. Pacific coast; Through LATEStheUver.StomchtDd 8e '
sleeping car tickets sold to Cincinnati PeopleSuffer H Cleanses the System Putlft the
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Louisville, Nashville, St. Louis, III(
WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE' Chic.agoand New Orleans. For detailed '
information, of the perfect CURES Malaria Biliousness Cstii.
!! passenger service offered by the L. Weak Stomach
..... Most to Quantity. Seat la Qulttj. & N. R. II, showing through sched- from a and Imp alredIlis.
ules, sleeping car lines;and for rates,
For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. t reservations and any desired inform- DiseasedLiver Ewrj Bottle Gajratei ti 611 SaW t *
SOLD ;ay ALL DH.TJGOIHT8Sold : ation, call on or address, B. H. Hop- .
li..t d br"" "AMES F. BALLARD, It. Loul.. kins, Florida passenger agent, Jack- UARGrEJ SOTTX gl+dsz.L
sonville, Fla. C. Lr Stone, general Price,SO Centi.Prepared .
passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. I
by Geo. W. Price. by JAMES P.BALLttD St Uufc B* # _

A Chicago preacher.says it U the
dollar alone that keeps man out of -

; heaven. If therein anything his Sold by Geo. W. Price. ,
Nashville Chattanooga & St. Louis RU.AND
theory, we may safely consider our- : t
selves of the e.tect.
one '
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Western and Atlantic R. R. gnnHIHni-nIHn: .. ; ;; .
The World's Greatest Fever
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"Battlefields Line" Medicine. W l t---

Through sleepers to Chattanooga: Nashville, and St. Louis, connecting Johnson's Tonic does in a day what and Summer -
union depots for Louisville, Cincinnatti, Chicago, Memphis slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. I Spring
'" and all points West and North-west. Its apleqdid;{ cures are in striking contrast .
with the feeble cures mabe by i-
C.E.HAKMAN G.P.A.,Atlanta.Ga. T. M. DoYLE,F.P. A., Jacksonville,Fla. Quinine.If 1+4 Your wants of every kind can be fill bere promptly and salts=-"
W factorily. The largest and beautiful .
most collection (IflJ11ulJ.. i
you are utterly wretched, take a MH have ever presented awaits you. 'j :
thorough course of Johnson's Tonic
and drive out every trace of malarial m SPRING AND '
SUMMER HATS K
Fire Storm Tornado and Cyclone Insurance. aoldol ng. The wise insure their
lives and the wiser insoce their +
,
m Together with a complete llae of all kinds of flr t-clii& umiaerr :
health by using Johnson's Chill and awaits your pleasure. Out-of-town orders rec.*?e prompt atUatiM
BFST AMERICAN AND FOREIGN INSURANCE % fever Tonic. ....It.costs 60 cents if it
COMPANIES REPRlSENTED"; ""rrBest /- cures; not one cent if it does not. ,
it ,M RS. L. T. FUNK" .1 ; '

Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. "i .. ,
Office in Vinzant Block.
: Up-stairs Dr. W. H. Ives, Jr. r1illmmLiHHl ;
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Chalker & Small Agts. PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON.
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LAKE CITY, FLA. PHONE 118.
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J. D. CALLAWAY, 1 f- l
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Man.b.
Carriage Maker and Undertaker I BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND )
i'-I INSURANCE AGENT
c fins and Caskets always on hand at reasonable prices. Prompt .
O attention to.to CALLS Day or Night. Telegraphic orders promptly attended Lake City Fla. c Georgia, Vermont and Italian Harble. ;

FINEST HKARSE IJf TilE CITY. _. StLl :
-- -- Granite Monuments Headstones,Tablets.SUtoaryr. Also aid
Wrought Iron Fences. Parties needing Marble work will fiid It to
AA : OTIS R. PARKER, their interest to write us for designs and prices. AH Wan OMfi...4 ; ry:


Attorney At Law. Valdosta Marble Company i

<*> LAKE CITY, FLORIDA. VALDOSTA GEORGIAi imam
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Store, L.ura('ITY'u Lake ;

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Haggles and Wagons for sale and Built to Order. General Repair- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON iI
aspecialty. All work guaranteed Carriage material tor sale also Residence Phone Xo- 41. I lto atsT stRULTS
agent tor Marble Monuments and Grave Stums. Headquarters at WISES Drugstore. All -DEALEB IN- -

J. A. FISHER, f messages promptly left attended here will to.be k I.

113311IIAMILTON, STR. LAKE CITY, FLA. V LAKE CITY, FLORIDA. I -;:::::- Cool Drinks, Fruits, Vegeta-

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LAKE ATTORNY-AT-LAW.CITY FLA. I \ r Nuts, Raisins, Apples,
COMMERCIAL COLLKCTIONS
A SPECIALTY. {
Practice in all State Courts prompt attention And Fine Candies.
to all Busmen Mortgages and Deeds
drawn and acknowledgements taken.
MANUFACTURERS AND BOTTLERS OF .
MASTER IK CHANCERY FOR
Southern janl-8) COLOMBIA COUNTY Soda Water, Suraaparllla Strawberry, Ginger A. _

-- Seltzer Cider Etc. L

H.He He j Geo. J. Davis, Manager.
a dot ,
Got I
C. feusht Cure .: i

RailwayDIReCT lEI' g j j-

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&\\ that G : SUMMER: HEAT 1

DIRECT UI.NU-QUICK TIMH TO ;

Baltlnttre Pblla4t1pbJa H.O.C. :, The mer beat thermometer mark. 1 1I'I11@oonbecllm1.ologtothesum'\I'\
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8 <. contrive to get
I neW York, fblcago, Cincinnati, tbeufeiiirciulptluksiVI You can I iTRY >
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Atlanta, BlrmlDgball, CURB. N
t Chattanooga, metupWi, St. Louis, Kansas City. J I to 3 fays. SI at Oraiiist or < A. BLUE. FLAME.., <*>
Express prepaid. AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST. bit an*T ACKI enKUiL KM ix Blue Flame makes an ideal heat for cooking quuk
JiIWOBLiANiLA.Jo'or convenient and economical We have Stf you wiat; ->
It dots hut little and is a great; labor sa\tog device
sale
NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE MKE THIS by George W. Price. All sizes withorwithoutcnukingutenMb

THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS <.

AND THE U. S. FAST MAILTo Oeo. S. Hacker & 5011MANUFACTURERS :c :

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THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITEDTo I I 1 1I I< Try You

th. West and North.'V ..t. an
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The line through "The Land of the Sky." Asheville, Hot r Iron
Springs N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the I Afford "

World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville. te I King I I ItYou'll .
Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.

tbclct! Of Routes to PJn-flmcrican Exposition, Buffalo, n. Y. I ':, I ,. ,

Throjgh Ytstibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Calf,Through I
Coaches. Excellent Car SelVice.i i
Dibiog OF j Have Better Meals, and the Cook a Better Temper !
i Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with
the Plant System from Ja kson\l le. Doors Sash Blinds Mouldings l i ij I carry the mot comple line of ro,ker>. 'lllnlls J
ware and Tin- in
*are the city Just what y..I..iII1 Jprlct's J-.
; ;v "'' L ., the lowest considering quality<>t good .
I For Kates.Schedules and Information,stll on address -ANDBuilding -

W. T. COSBY.TllYel1ng Passenger Agent,108 W,Bay St,JACKSONVILLE,FLA. Material.
Tin-Roollno ana '
Guttering a Spc61altu
8.H.1URU\\ICK General Passenger Agt., H.H.TAYLOE,.lilt. .Yea..Ag*., CHARLESTON, s. c. ': 3L
I W ASHIXl TON,D.C. ATLANTA, GA.

April 25th, 1901. marL LARGEST Send FACTORY for Prices. SOUTH.lyrlllCl J. D. STREETY. _- .,

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