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 Material Information
Title: The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title: Citizen reporter
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.L. Dodd
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042460
oclc - 33283557
notis - AKN0324
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System ID: UF00065510:00053
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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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since time immemorial. T. W.Getien bridge work and _
j ;ver ', commissioner's fee,__._-.__.-/ ;10 80(
ji i I hunches in the neck, dia- FOLLOW THfeCRQWDPorter :i. M.Scarborough, court fees
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|h* Ain, inflames the mucous ii and clerk's salary, .__?,-- UUI
f uses the muscles, weak- i M. M. Scarborough bringing v
up 3657 Index to Deeds,direct '.
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.t i bonea, the power of The pe6plealwaysappreciate good bargains-go with and reverie,:-ri" ______ .- 865 70 '.
p to disease and the capacity the people and you won't go wrong. Look in on us whether R.T. Boozer,commisr'a fees..: *2 00
wry1 and develops into con- I in need of DRESS GOODS, or not, and you'll not regretit. James, ". Young, supper, for, j _
1" i. I I You are always sure of the lowest prices and goods prisoners..-....,,.________....__ 12,75
I A are just as represented. We have opened up tbe most Mot>e Vaugber, court servant.
i appeared the left side oft
,, i Caused great on paltvaas lanced, I complete stoA of DUV GOODS.l'LOTUING. SHOES antI I, 13 days at 75c. per day _,,___, -ft 75
f: it tanning sore. 1 went into a I NOTIONS ever displayed in this market. Inspect our I I. E. Chambers, for material
f'r i.I- was persuaded to tryirilla .line before purchasing elsewhere. I I| and construction of gallowt. 42 SO
,and whoa I bad taken The following bonds for carryinjfTe- t
sp Deck was bested,and I nave I &: Glover's old stand. '
1 any trouble of the kind since." Lake City, KU J L WELLS & COMPANY. peating firearms were examined and
T-l inns.Troy.Old* approved: S. G. Moycr, M. C.Smith

4a s Sarsaparilla I W. B'Smith, \V. R Eclis, P.O. Keen .
J.Y. Nance and M. L. Pratt.

1r Yandd Pills I The following pension applcations 1

you of it, radically and per _. ,,;;: -- --.T--- were examined and approved : MaryM. '

: y;u,they have rid thousands COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. five hundred dollars,at the discretion way and the Florida Central & Peninsular Geer and G. W McKinney_ t

1f:1f = of the Mayor. # Railway be requested to buildat The petition of ,I. G. Denis et al., *

;:: -ng Passed by Council November 18,19ul. : once said Union Passenger Depot. o change the Mason and Ft. White- N, -
tIC U a charming nai(veil e about COUNCIL CHAMBER ) -
1, Satloa's admission that she opfcet I Lake City, Fla., }[ lev IT .1 GUY GlLL.EN. The resolutions were adopted.On road, so as to run on'ection line di. l
f' husband's application furforce December 2,1001. Acting President.Attest I' motion of Alderman Rogers viding Sections 27 and 34,Townihipd,

J.'f. because she wanted to I Council met President Parker pre.I : W. M. IVES Clerk. that a committee, with power to act Range -16 E., begining at-the north
bU pension. siding. Present : Aldermen Henson, To tbe President and City Council of! be appointed to have the pond near east corner of the nw*& of said Section

I Inman Rogers, Plympton and Watts. the city of Lake City, Florida : I Dr. Strowbridge's residence drained 34, running west to Ft;White Incorporation -

,I .The minutes last meeting were GENTLEMEN-I herewith return to I with piping the motion was adopt ,line was granted, and M. -

'QUUopk enters a well-timed I read and approved. you the within ordinance No. 123 i ed. The President appointed Alder the following freeholders appointed 1 '
t,against the use of rare and Ordinance'123 was f with with my disapproval and veto, for men Rogers Watts, and Plymptoo to view and mark ont said road:

tf: .words in article intended received d I! the following reasons, to-wit: and Mayor Cone was added to the Mills Wynn Miles Durais and J. J. v
f the;Uayor's veto. ,
[popular reading. There U a class V 1st. Because the same is against committee.On ,Swails.

["writers who adopt this means of "ORDIK ANCE NO..12& 'N ,I I public policy and detrimental to the motion Council adjourned. i I There being no further busines the ; s
[their self-alleged erudition, An ordinance"entitled an ordinance of the II Board adjourned to their next
iI health and sanitary conditions Attest: W. M. IVES, Clerk. I : regular
I they are a nuisance to the averader amending repealing an tNo.ordinance, 118, an with ordinance reference I I city. --- meeting. R.T. BOOZER,Chm'n .

who -usually compelled to the sale of fresh meatand j I| M. Because tbe same is in viola COMillSSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. T. W. GtrrzEN,
J P fmd-and*assimilate rapidly and fish within the limits of Lake City tion of a solemn contract entered G. A. S>>ITUSON.,
out a dictionary his elbow. and amending Section five ((5) of ordinance into by the authorities of the said CLERK'S OFFICE A. F. RUXPH,
ordinance with
f reference No.to 70 the an sale of fresh meat town ,of Lake City, I'la., between Lake City Fla., Dec. 2, 1901Board |f F. M.SMITH.

J. digestive weakness, nervous- and fish within the limits of Lake W. Hinsley and his assigns, which our met. Present: R. Boozer, Attest : M. M. SCARBOROUGH

pains in the tide, flatulence, City. city charter binds us to carry out chairman; T.W. Get n.T.M. Smith, Ex officio Clerk. f

r wakefulness, headache and Be it ordained by the Council and and which will cause this city to be A. F.Rumph and G. A. Smithson. f
[ hsr annoying accompaniments of Mayor of Lake City Fla.: ; liable for a suit for damages.3d. Tbe following accounts were ap- You Know What You are Tak/gg

stlyenesa, Herline is a prompt and S TlON-l. That Ordinance:No; 118, Because the same will cause proved and paid : -..- I I When you take. Grove's Tasteless

I "qualed r remedyv- Price 50 cents. an ordinance amending't rdinauce strife between some of ourJ>ebt citi,-( 42countypaupers$11300 Chill Tonic because the formula

Ii i with trefetenci tbrtfiefcrte'of'fresh zens aud the city authorities,and Is I ETCrXT. & L.L'0., water at jail 7 W) plainly printed on every bottle stowing _x
'and' J. W. Perry, rent of armory 166i that it is iron and
meat and ftsh'lOale of'fresh meat a direct invitation to violate the ordinances simply quinine ;
105 State witnesses at fall term
x.. r----- -- fish within the limits of Lake City be of the city. I' of court. 1WI-- _m___- n' .74720J. in a tasteless form. No cure no pay.! ',-
I If and the same is hereby repealed. I am yours very respectfully, L. Turner, treasurer's fet.a. 31 74' 50 cents. : .
'SEC.- :?. That Section fire 15)) of F. i' CONE, Ives & Scarborough wood fur- =:
f ANDBRICK"t p nished at fait term of court, NEARLY 10,000.000 BALES..
be and the same Is of Lake City Fla. "
; Ordinance No 78 :\rayorof the city 1901--------- '__n.. ._- un. 559
VBULBSAU are miTATL hereby amended so as to read as fol- The Electric and Water TJo.t' for Wilson & Wilson, stove and '
;f lows : That any person violating this l lights, water and telephones for November -; pipe for jail---------------- 7 70 The statistician of the departmentof ttt,
Be THOMPSON. ordinance shall be fined not less than [ 1901, S305.59 less $_8.50, deducted A. 11. Wise medicine for pris agriculture reports 9,674,000 balesas '

I twenty-five dollars, nor more than for failure in service for October .oners----------------------forD 75'A. the probable cotton production of ..
f R. Wise I m. envelopes '
and subject to deductions for I court---- __-- '--- 190 the United States in 19011902. : ,'
--- - failure of service in November from A..f.P.Julian: : medical attendance The area picked or to be picked ; -

December account.M. tl on prisoners_. __._. 4 00 estimated at 26,802,239 acres a reduction .;.,
DEwEY DID IIBh&ng II. Kempton tI9.30. feed bill to W. A. Mortimer consable c't 14 15 of 730,216 acres or 2.8 percent '=>;,
I I E. G. Persons,justice jury and )
from the ,
planted.
date. I witness costs. _... u 9 06 acreage
M. E. Might $2.25 on account to R. T. Boozer county commissioner The total production of lint cotton -:-:;
i ', < ready and by having nerve enough to go ahead. date. I fees, habeas corpuscase is estimated at 4,529,954,000 pounds, ; :/:!:
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f tflf you want to see how this particular work is applied C. II. Raulerson 50 cents,'haulingtwo R. T. Boozer n county' -commissioner -"-- j. an average' of 169 pounds an acres ; i

i to the 'Liquor business, test.'our Whiskies, Wines I prisoners.C. fees! J. C. Fergusoncase ; picked or 'to be picked. The estimated -' ;';'

: and cour- C. Stewart, *1, police; George. _- ,_--u-_ -.. % 6 15 production by States in pounds .; ..,
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I .aud.Beer., We have the right goods Douglass, $3, police duty. C.W. Cone,justice and witnesfees--------------------- of lint cotton to the acre is a*fol- .
$. to make the right prices on for R. 306 lows: ,'
It age for
R. C. Gainey $10. nurse 12 32
O. R. Parker, justice costs.
t II F. McFarland deceased.The jury costs.. 3 00 Virginia 170 ; North Carolina, 142: ::: ',

tOUR HOLIDAY ORDERS committee on rock reported Witness costs 2 75 South Carolina, 141; Georgia, 167; ;. : ,

I and the clerk was, authorized to pay W. Durnagen, buileing extension Florida, 117; Alabama, 158; Ml i.- :' 1Jfr.
to Rocky Ford brdige: sippi 205 Louisiana, 2t>0; Texas, 159; >
when
Mils for rock and freight ;
Fla. the W. M. Ives judge, witness '
county
I |j' \R. W, Coxe, Lake City, presented. Approved by a numberof and jury fees 25 26 I Arkansas 173; Tennessee, 130; Mis ..I ". '

.. ... the committee. James Choice and Charles Anders souri,15; Oklahoma; 196, and Indian : \1
?- ,------ -- -' --- ---- --- --- -- the I repairing bridge on I Territory 244. -
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i p -- The Mayor called attention to i Jones'creek_. .. .. .______ .. ', '.
it mo.... 6 +.....oi"H....... .t.! j matter of a union depot. Alderman I L.II.Knight removing logs at .::
9.H'49
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iI Rogers introduced the following reso- Ft. White bridge-------- 158 reappoint
iI N. M.ScarboroughJr.mlking District Attorney Vaughan of '
P lution :
I HOME MADE CANDY Resolved, by the Mayor and City records Kirby, State,- words.-vs. Johnson-... .- 3186 Alabama, b&cause he had posed as: t"

I ti Council of Lake City, That we most W. N. Cone sheriff, costs and the Republican leader of tbe State, '
{ I r C. E. LEWIS CANDY COMPANY heartily endorse the action of the feed bill -. u'_, -- 524 11 is another move in favor of civil service i
f : ft Commission in order- M. M. Scarboroub, clerk of reform. "j' :
I WHOLESALE AND'EETAIL MANVFACrcREStiCc State Railroad criminal court_ ._ -_ ___ 57 15 i
the three railroads: with contiguous
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f .Cream :Parlor ,and Quick lunch Orders. tt lines to build conjointly the Sam bailiff Hickenbothaui at court 5- .days' as 6 25 HUMPHREYS'

Union Pabsenger Depot at Lake City. A. L. Charles 4 days as bailiff
1 OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES. Resolved, That .e send Mayor F. at court_ .' 500 VETERItIARY SPECIfICS

1 1f For Freak Oysters Packed in Porcelain Packing Cana, P. Cone to represent Lake City at : J,at'court.M. Dowling* -2 days' ___as. bailiff.." .250 A.A. .......... li.--- .
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f ... CALL 1P ?HOSE.1II0. 04'o_ ,B the meeting of said railroad commission Geo. \\'. Koon 1,day as. bailiff arms .F..'fW.1IM 'In.*..
B. B. 'e
.o.e.e,1ys'ts.
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1I at their office in Tallahassee on and guard. ;.: }. r CBM .
W.mwmmm.tmttt-wom. in behalt T. J. Long 9'days and 6 nights ('.C. Bees THROAT. .16IM". ...W.II
I the 14lti inst., and urge 'our .. rt a----,,: 1500' tunas Di.....,.,..
guard duty.- ;
the Plant System 6f railways, ....
that J. T.Jones 6 days and 2: nights !. njI WORMS. Grate.
-a. is ; the Georgia Southern&Florida Rail- I guard duty----------- 9 00 B.E.trOlGU8.! Celei. Iskesas."ar.4ruses

f George Roberts 6 days and I,i 11'.1 j(Lsas.'OLlC..PleezsPaeaawwta.F. ......,erite. W............
, I 4nihlsguard) ._ .- 1000 cvw DiauSe.. Oitaten.
! M. E. WRICHT.", Paul T.Chastain, 11 days guard 11 00 G.G. PrcTeaU MlhCABBUGK.
a and KT*BLADDER oaalU.I. .
t | W. B. Brinklcy, justice "n'Ji|laIB
t. LAKE CITY FLA. r p SFerry's I witness cots. u. .. 9 08 1. tKKIt: DISEASED. If.... Kre....
! E.W. Uuchingson constable: biuai ken.. UKM.. .-an,.
I c LOWS, SAWS, r r 8e di make I costs .. 6 85II. J..1\.1 I BID lulpo.l"ICaMC.COSOITIO!*. StariaeTeat.cuau ... .
! :H ARDWARE i w rood crop,goodcrops R. Henderson, court stenographer 8)c.each;8&abIoeCMe.Tea SpeeJaei(i.*. /1L
/ make more eu .. _. ,_ .-00 ""o1nigpI.Ior&n. ".n&tgt olCuTOor. r z
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t lt d ni ijo d : 7 f tomeri-M each year the 'M. Knight, lumber for Robinson aia..Sew Y: YRruus.ar Ruben. .. Iasi .. -
fAKES Fu have
p > hiqg r crops rowa Md reater.cuUmen Tbat'i the Creeklyldge-- -. 'is 42 DEBILITY
/(eeret (of tbe Ferry fame. Paul '1'. Chastaln wood etc.. ? NERVOUS -
,' iSHOVELS.. CROCKERY and TINWARE.LOCKS r More Ferry'i Buds sold at jail. .. .. 445O. I VITAL WEAKXESi
i and town than any other A: Mann, for ice. 1 f-5 Prostration from Overwork -
and
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"The pitcher that goes often to the BAKER ROASTS APPLEYARD. 1 ; .

well is broken at last" There's a world
of wisdom in that familiar proverb, anda ItlJtt 5 @ 1.i'I
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sound application ef it"to.disease,; -.(Frankly. .Jlakert -- i orrof the s' r.t) @ s.

.. especially to such;familiar forma of dis Sanford Chronicle".... thus toasts Tr'fJ.Appleyal' 1 .t )' :a .{ t '
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ease as coughs wjd cotds. --SioguUrly the'9orida ... no no .
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the that ought to secretary T \ XJ? : -;vwrwoc .?.-.! _
enough Jhlng
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cause alarm is'fiven as excuse fix M feel-K Prm! Association, for .his,recent Baptist. W. T. U.

ing of safety. -"It's nothing only a circular letter to the editors of the The temperance people of Alacloi
The most comforting chapter in
cough. I've had it state: Doset W tha top of year county will win in the'coming -
before. The fact "The effort of the secretary of the' Jell/ tad pNterv jars la the Bible ,to many is that one containing tion without fear of technicalities elec :
that a cough re- iMo Florida Pre'S Association to entrapthe r the since
can periodically them by new quick they are BOW studying
4 absolutely Mr*way byI which a poor widow cast into the the In
should be warning state into a defense and and will
press tnla'coaliaroi Pni see to it that the exact let
enough to take tt support of Helen Wilmans, charged Banned Paraffin* Her treasury of the Lord. Those two ter is complied with.-Et.
in time, Cpr the BO taste or odor is mitts have become the measuie, the ,'>
with fraudulent use' of the; mails, -
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most serious and linudoyrmp standard .of, much. of._the. so-called temperate .alr was. !1dI:reeenl. ,
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has a flat failure. refusal -
disastrous of allmaladies'begin proved.. ... .- l I Vu is Burbr1Jge'
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beneficence of the world. We hear Pteater, J
of theditors of the state to 1 war* about the bouse. t. :: ,
with a .cough. ru&b. to'the defense of a personcharged sash Full sake..direotiouf. with them spying, "She was, praised and sonville, by. "the Sun iilCoo\cg. : ;
'The use of" Dr.Pierce's drerv of that cut>. :A JUfl'lUimbet -_.
with fraud; and under bond M4tv rwfcMi Katebfmwu rewarded for her two mites, and so .
Golden of older =.
1 f OIL co. one were a l*
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Medical Discovery for. violation of the United States will I be for rnine-forgetting that pre T? -

not only stops the law, was to be expected. It is the ?S K t a it Is Rail that: when she cast two rally was held under the' auspices ef Iti"
't the W. C. T. U., and the -
cough but cures duty of the press to uphold the law, .& mites jnto the. treasuij_ she emptiedher prate "
the cause It cures was prepared by the Sunday :,
: purseanil went back into a penniless sctod :
: not condone its violation, not to ,
Obstinate :
deep-
and cruitless home. When out department, of which Mr F.aLe- :
seated g- I combat and decry its proper enforce I Bourveau is '
chairman.
bronchitis weak ii;rV. o Q, ment. The only wonder Is that the of our poverty' and need we bring '''t

lungs, hemor.rhagea"diseases- p secretary of the State Press Associ- The czar is said to have hoarded little to the Master He will answerin Trespass notices.-can ",be secured. at -

which if neglected or unskilfully t/eated ation managed to coax up gall away a surplus ot four billions in blessings; but when out of abundance this office with your name. -

find a fatal termination in consumption. enough to address the circular letterto gold. He must be preparing for a we.offer little, he will make us

Accept no substitute for"Golden Med- the ical Discovery.* There is no other med- "lIe that.sowethsparingly' shall reap disappoint. They are safe, pronpL. J.
icine "just as good for weaklings. ond thought, it is not so much of a gentle, effective; In remoylBg aU bJi 'J'
-I was ftI')':sick indeed,*writes ... Mollie wonder, either. The boys behind the Do you suffer from piles If so do also sp ingly. purities from the liver and boteb.
Jacob,of Fcltoo.sash; Kent Co., Delaware I"and our pencil did not, bite, and Jt. is not. at not turn to surgery for relief. DeWitt's No one would scarcely resent theSavior's small and easy to take. Never gripe ::.
family doctor I had consumption. thoughtI .
Witch Halve will cure more nickels and nnles or distress A. R. Wise. :
call for
bad :
matt die sooa tot I felt so bad. Had a all likely that they i can be inducedto pe .
cough, spit blood, was very short of breath la quickly, surely and safely, saving you the small change of the community.But .
fact could hardly get my breath at all some do BO. It seems to the Chronicle the expense and danger of an opera ,The oleomargarinebill'kemtif
tunes. 'I had pains in my cheat and tight lung when it preached that He Is "
that the has transcended tion. A. R. Wise.
also had dyspepsia. Before. I took your 'Goldni secretary ready to have the call'on reciprocity S,
Medical Dummy'and Pleasant Pellets41 was his authority in the matter, and it --- worthy to receive large offerings and ship-subsidy '
so weak I could not sweep a room, and nowI messages in tAt : .
can: do a small washing I worked in the is meet and properthat the executive At least one thing has been accom- men,tributes of.gold..andpreciousjewels present 'i
canning fadory this fall and I feel like a new I committee- "sit-down on" him. plished. The Atlanta depot can no i 1 in some hearts there answers congress. -
penon. I believe that the Lord and your medicine 1I I
have I took saved: thirteen my life.bottles I was of sick' over'Golden twoYQrL As a private individual his course longer be used as the standing issue j I a stubborn resentment that Is superbly C. M. Phelps, Fore.tdaIL!h. l' :1 "

Medical Discovery'and four vials of Dr.Pierces I' cuts no figure, but as secretary of an in Bibb county politics. I satisfactory to the devil. his child was completely cured of a J '_

Pellets.11.Dr.. association that is pledged to law, Bring to Him your purest gold, bad case of eczema by the use of -_
Pierce's Common Sense Medical I s
; Extreme hot weather is a great sweetest odors, richest De VItts Witch Hazel
Adviser covers, is sent free on morality and good order, be has no your your Salie. Be-
paper
receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay I I light to use his position to influence tax upon the digestive power of ba- gems; add offering to offering, gift to ware of all counterfeit: It iartaitly
of only. Address Dr. i bies: whenshould puny and feeble they gift abundance to abundance, untilas relieves piles. A. R. Wise. .<'{
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expense Buffo fellow members in an official utter- be given a dose of White's: .- .
R. V. Pierce N. Y. : ance to rally to the support of per- Cream Vermifuge. Price 25 cents.|I fragrant incense it ascends to the Monticello, the homlof Jefferson "

charged with violation of law, G. W. Price. ; throne of God.
--- -- -- sons is to be reproduced at'the St.Look"
and only allowed liberty by deposit
:COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. of heavy bond. If Mrs. Wilmans is exposition. But what would be more
Before it gives out its insular decision .
guilty or innocent, let the courts de- interesting would be 'to have the
the United States
SupremeCourt
cide-not the newspapers of the t original Jeffersonian Democracy pet son
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state, not the State should take the precaution of
certainly :
Press
Council Chamber, Lake City, Fla., i exhibition. f
Association as an organization. { enjoining Foraker from interpretingthem.
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Dec. lot 1901Council 'I \t : s E1s J Corn-hnskers' ; wrists

met in special session, W. T. Wesson, Gholsonville, Va., { -- -- sprained ,
druggist, writes: "Your One Minute barbed-wire cuts and ipraina,or ecu '
President Parker presiding; present,
I GREAT LUCK OF AN EDITOR.
Aid. Gillen, Henson and Plympton.The Cough Cure gives perfect satisfac- ys CORN from any other cause,. are quick.irhealed
tion. My customers say it is the 'I "For two years all efforts to cure q when Ballard's. Snow Ointment -
president informed council that best remedy for coughs, colds, Eczema in the palms of my hands I is promptly applied. Prkt _
>
Major E. W. Peabody, representing j and lung troubles." A. II. Wise. I failed," writes Editor II. N. Lester, PAINT 25 and 50 cents. Geo. W. Price. .
__ of Syracuse, Kan., "then I was ,
the Times-Union & Citizen, is
present I Mr Albert Sidney Burleson, of I wholly cured by Bucklen's Arnica I President Roosevelt(has reached
to solicit an advertisement for Salve." It's the world's best for Removes all Corns,Bunions and Warts,
a trade edition.Md. Texas, made a vigorous plea for the I I Eruptsons, Sores and all skin dlv '< ,/ withoutpafnspeedOyandpermanently the goal of his ambition at last;

Gillen offered the following I burial of discord and the sacrifice of eases.. Only >ic. at Ceo. W. Price's. a AttDnwglati. sdl ABBOTT'S. somebody has likened bin to hit Ido:,

resolutions: pet economic schemes to the party I II I 1 i! t(0 ur i'BROS. 6v Cromwell. t
in democratic ranks. Mr. Bur- 'i "Boss" Croker p
that
good
announces
We, the city council of the city of sat
Sarsaa
leon's motive is of the ebct,
I worthy re-j "You won't much O.A.B'POH.X.A..
bee leading on my ,
Lake City, Florida, believing that it '
of all good democrats.
Is pect I part hereafter." He might have said' Ioon"'. liM rued rIL Lhfs&gnatar. '"
to the best interest of and
our city -------- I
county that a certain amount of ad- Thousands suffer with torpid liver, I j, this with equal truthfulness several j r'

vertising matter be obtained and producing great depression of spirits, months ago. i iI'I .

distributed properly, that homeseek- indigestion, constipation, headache, I I

ers and capitalists may know the etc. Herbine will stimulate the I i Constipation, Impaired digestion

many re"ioui d advantages of liver, keep the bowels regular, and and a torpid liver are the most com-
'count restore a healthful buoyancy of mon ailments that are responsiblefor
and '
this city therefore be it
Price 50 G. \V. Price. STATE NORMAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
I spirits. cents. that tired, listless, fagged-out,
RESOLVED by the city council of feeling that makes the summer a 4 TROY ALABAMA. . ;

Late City, Florida, That we purchase We hope Senator Clay did not have dreaded period to so many people.

.a two page advertisement at to take Mr. Dooley's advice and"blackup" I Herbine will cure constipation. It This in.sUtuti.ia bus the highest course of study and training and is the beat equipped r
the and business college in the Southern State. is offered both doif sad "
improves digestion arouses Every facility
the price of two hundred and fifty in order to dine with the i
j the liver normal night. Cast ot regular business or shorthand course including board. 1WtilI08obouks.
to Price
dollars in "a special edition ot the 'President.For activity. I etc.. about too.. All graduates tt"cdre puo.itin1ll. Knternow. For particular
50 cents. G. W. Price. Address, JOHN EUCLID POKTCK. President .. nl-ttn
'tiin 8-Union & Citizen, a newspaper I -- --- -
mosquito bites, bites or stingsof
published in the State of Florida, for If that report of the Schley court
insects, animals or reptiles, apply --= :
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the purPose advertising said city Ballard's Snow Liniment. It coun- ; of inquiry's verdict is true, it is quite

and county; provided, that said Columbia teracts the poison in the wound, clear to us that somebody has been m m mmm
county pay for one half of subdues inflammation and heals handing Admiral Dewey another I; Sj4.&m.r.t.: :&.k&. *.......;:

said advertisement. The said Times- the flesh. Price 25 and 50 cents. G. i bowl of that Savannah chicken salad. fA

Union & Citizen to furnish to said W. Price.Theexperts. 14 Watches Given Away.
"
city and county one thousand copiesof have reported that the i I Moore's Pilules are a guaranteed Y,

such special edition. Be it cure for all forms of Malaria: Ague,
Gathmann gun fires a tremendous f*
FURTHER RESOLVED, That a committee I Chills and Fever I .
Fever
Swamp Malarial
amount of ammunition but makes no a
of this board be appointed by serious impact. They ought to nameit i Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaundice I Beginning Oct. 1st to Dec. 31st 1901 |

the president to act with a similar after our old friend, the Hon. Joe I Biliousness, fetid breath and a I
committee to be appointed by the Hill Hall. :i I tired, listless feeling. They cure given avayvith every Suit of Men's K
Rheumatism and the lassitude following -
board of Commissioners of

said county county, to approve and desig- Plump cheeks, flushed with the I I I malarial blood poisoning.poison produced No Quinine.No from. [i Clothing one Nickle Plated Watch H
,
soft glow of health, and a com
nate such printing and such pictures pure Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not
in their Is to the plexion make all women beautiful. II ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely 1 rl
as judgment city'sacid
interest i Herbine imparts strength and vitality i tasteless. Price, 50c her box. Dr. 50a guaranteed for one yea/ Prices on all $
best and the
county's the and the hue C. C. Moore
to system, rosy | Cu., No. 310 North Mam ,
action of said committee shall be the I of health to the cheeks. Price 50 {Street, St. Louis, Mo. Geo. W. merchandise |jj
action' of said boards respectively. centi. G. W. Price. 'I I I Price, druggist m u'lJllyrI I' M guaranteed. .

Be'itFCKTHEE -7---- I a
I I If
RESOLVED, /That the Already the senate is worried over Several hundred carts of sihcrI I ,_ .

committee this board ,, the problem of how to precisely define I I were donated to the empress dowager I
appointed by :
confer with said board of county j i an anarchist. It might be a safe on her way to Pekin. The soldiers aa M L PLYMPTON |j

commissioners and ask that they l plan to simply arrest on suspicionany | and the missionaries seem to have I

concur with our action in -this mat man who uses the last three letters i I overlooked something in getting out a DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE r J
r in the alphabet in spelling his ,
I of China. I y ( .
ter.-- -
eTheresolutionawere.adopted, Oii
name. I wwwwwwww wwww
: and i "I had long suffered from indigestion -
President Parker appointed Aid. I
; ," writes C. A. LeDeis Cedar -- .
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GilleiiPiymi'ton; ; and Henson thecommittee I
City, Mo. "Like others I tried many ,.
and on motion the president "Fruit"To preparations but never' found any.thing I I'''' '''''''' ,-"" "" ,",,,,""""" "'1 "" "" I
was'added.On i
1 that did me good until I took
motion the mayor was requested I I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle: :: Our Fall and III i
to have as .many special policemen cured me. A friend who had suffered

- duty as be : similarly I put on the use of Kodoli +
90 may necessary. :
Ald .Ply! Upton and Henson were raise good fruit i i Dyspepsia Cure. lie is gaining fast : Winter Goods. :1
: and will soon be able to work. Before .
appointed to notify the mayor. have Potash. he used' Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ,, Have arrived, and there are many nice things in Dress
On motion council adjourned you must 1 indigestion had made him a total 'j Fabrics;: that you will need between now and cool weather:

Attest. :'" ,W. M. IVES, Clerk. ; wreck." A. R. Wise. I therefore, we invite. you call and bee the new goods that we
Fertilizers are opening
containingat I up.Keep
i'

The.eitreme.conseryatism- which least 8 to 10% of to As protect a solution presidents of :the from problem anarch-how I I :: Off The Earth tF.j={ "; I i

has long rendered the British House I ists we suggest that the present one .
of Cords'an obstruction to all pro- Potash will give best (merely be allowed to carry a congealed ..I weather as much as possible; that is!! keep as much shoe !leather t .
between and Mother convenientlycarry.
'I you Earth as you can !
gmsirg legislation is making itself ; "weepun.1 It's the wisest in the begining and cheapest in tbe
felt in'the.. United States Senate. results on fruits of all --- end, to buy your shoes here. School Shoes for children in all #

Although Senator Lodge is in every i : 'i sizes and styles II

way better qualified for the positionof I f kinds. : CASTORIA I In fact call at the Big Store for anything you
chairman of the committee on J
foreign relations, precedent gives it I Write Sir our pamphlets, which hould I For Infants and Children. I' want-new and up-to-date.

to Senator Cullom and nothingnoteven > be ia every farmers library Till KM Ys Hun Alwajs Bough hl! ''I'

the best interests of the coun- I They are sent free. I ..1 Phone :'o. a.NearDepaL. J. E. Inman & Co. "f


try la the-must Senate.interfere with precedent I I I: GERMAN Naswu KALI Naw WORKS Yllrk. I I Bears thSigllattr.. ,of I ,,.I "" ,,,, ,....,, ..,,,....... &t
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The machines II PENCIL :AND SCISSORS. '
were at first introdUf'ed

into country offices in the-
south alonr Later the 'HER

_ { $1.000,000, and capital now the Wag a formed company in Cleveland with- praising A majority the President'. people message who are ,: HEAR !

,
large
cities -
cadog and he bites you. been in"adl'd. When it is stated baTe that i I have n-ever-tC44U/- : -

the three machines combined I It is now rumored that those Bulgarian A WOMAN'S STORY. fry s
save the I
and kick him. 1
you you labor of 12 persons; that one of them brigands will'give Miss Stone ThU Is to certify that I have been afflicted
alone saves the labor with Scrofula or Blood Poison for number tot
kick the the of eight people I away ratherthen4eut the pri e. I r' year The belt physician of Mobile and tfcU
lore you more effect'of the machines on certain city said nothing could be done for me. I tees g
.'* economic conditions i The Hon. UenrfTVktterson I* still ; i large qaantttiea but found no relief.
the he can well be im- ,: My limb were a mass of ulcers, sad when I
sand bites retailingto ,
more northern
agined. audiences hU was sent to a physician in Mobile my entire
The machines tributes to Lincoln at 1100 : body was a mass of sores. I had gUen up all
are rather simple in I per. tried F. aad
kick. after bottles the
Eadif nsing four
..
you appearance. They are not made If Charleston intends to pull off have entirely disappeared small, and slit tay), general

upon a let plan. The Iinentor her exposition without health better than at the
agents of the :deficit she was never present
the other worse. call time,and people that know me think It a woadcrful .
upon a mercantile : will take little S
ea- a friendly adviceand : care. ELIZA r

makes thin tabluhment. ascertain what iU book- : make it one part exposition and I What can be worse ; '
n body
keeping requirements awomanthaasnother- !
and
are then i
about nine
parts midway. wise beautiful skin coy pODD'lU1tOpDF1a.p'| -
manufacture a machine to meet these j 'w cred with sores and '{
Thin blood .makes a conditions. A machine that will suit I Relic hunters are said to be invading ; : ( eruptions T Can )'OUlIla.me .
.4--
Each one establishment will not do for an- : the exposition grounds at Buffalo. I lag women people for thus avoid-af- Great(Llpomau's kemedrt 4i i

makes the other. ,J Gut it has been impossible so fart flirted t They are to be ) .
1Wn
t pitiedibutwhatwomanwantsylty' Beside
If there is The apparatus is a typewriter, t induce any of them to takeaway { the humiliation of disfigurement, the itching -t
going with a basket that / l
upside down, set over ; deficit.A .
a flat platen of sheet steel which la ass-- 2
the kelp must lawyer in a court room may call a
ge covered with vulcanized by impure blood,
rubber. i I, man a liar a scoundrel villain and are curable. P. P. P. will purify the
Books a or a
papers or anything to be writ- blood and when the blood becomes pure all tt
m outside. I thief and skis disease. yanish. -
i ten upon are noone will make acomplaintwhen
easily placed upon thia : P.P. P. is a harmless vegetable compound,
platen, properly clamped, and, no court adjourn But if a newspaper and never falls to eradicate from the system
Rif Emulsion is the i' .n tracts.hood Poiaol1 Scrofula a
right ,Rheumatism Neuralgia
matter what their thickness easily I. prints such reflections on a affections. ,Dyspepsia_ and Catarrhal s i

'j W UUP such a adjusted to the work of the type- I! man's character, there is a libel suit FROM ONE OF SAVANNAH'S. PROfllNENT MERCHANTS.

writer. One operator is required for :: or a dead editor. This n owing to TO THE PUBLIC

utionj First it sets the the machinery. She strike the key : the fact that the people believe what I herewith' recommend to the sufferers of Rheumatism and rheamatlc pains, e
with SOD P. hue arda.1ly teate41t Bad 10Ul4 pennaaent Af
the
lightest kind of years has o 111-;
a toucha the editor who for suffered from last
lJ.'s-what the lawyer says Rhpntn.n.m, has uae41t for the year with
i. right Then it en- piano touch-and they work. De- rood: results sad has Dot .1lflere4 since and fa still Using It. Would not do without Ii
CJts no figure. if It coat donitie, or at price. fours
any truly cxt9.
spite the lightness of the touch, they : SJU1.JtL
.blood. That
tne
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will make 32: manifold copies at
onetime .
Take life asjt and make Lippman Brothers Proprietors
ensFThe body and it 4 or will mark five library cards I comes ,

at one time.C.rbons the most of all circumstances but I Wholesale Druggists, Lippman Block, Savannah. Ga..
flesh ,
ftp grow new for a bad cough or cold, take Balbrd' -
and papers are ao cleverly '- ___ n ____ ______ t
--
makes rich cut and arranged that the Horehound Syrup, the best !
body machine '
among known remedy for quick relief and .UAUS, BHVA.I &; WIMJ AIi5. Attorneys, :: hundred and thirtv-tbree acres, more orless
::rid rich blood performs Its work on each sheet beneath sure cure. Price 25 aud 50 cents. I Hie L uinnii. \'a, LaY\I.11i&; CWTWOKTur, ;: ). and Lot &, (one hundred and forty-
makes a just as the operator directs. G. W. Price. I I Attorneys, lljltimir MJ 'eight acres more or levs),in Section 51. ALL
I beiug In Tiniishlp 6. Range, South and
j body. Each makes they&ter. For instance the 13 entries which hast aud containing in the aggregate

one of the machines will make, described j,i On account of the South Carolina, I'Public Sale Of I about eleven hundred and eighty-nix acre

This is the way above, are all made at one Inter-State and West India PARCEL) 8.

time and with but one placing of the Exposition i Consists of an irregularly shaped body of
k's Emulsion puts the thin01i the Plant System will sell ex- laud in Alachua county on the west side ot t.
papers to be written upon.If I the Santa hV river anJ at the head ot barge
its feet Now it i 1 cursion ticket until May 31, to navigation and near Ft White and manmade
can there
was a bookkeepers' union
upot the following part viz: Lots i, (containing K
Charleston j
: from all points on its Thirty-Five Hundred Acres of Valuable land Situate
k .itself. No there is no question but what the introduction !oI.I.ntvtlaCte8,more or less; 5. ,
by need of these machines wouldbe lines, at very low rates. The rates i !III iiie Sla.e at Fionda in the Ctiunt.esot I eighty acres. more or less), and 6. (containing
seventy acres mure or less), in Section ;.
of medicine. met with a storm of protest and from Lake City are 115.55 for tickets Suwanee, Columbia and Alachua. 14: the Northeast quarter of Section If and

esistance. As it ie have limited to return June 3 I Grade Rock >the Noitab.iHot the Southwest iaurterot :
they appeared an High Phosphate :;.'civlIl\l. ALL Wing m 'Township. Range

This picture represents quietly, but are being taken ,, $13.50 for tickets limited to return has been taken from 1 III. South and East and containing in the

the Trad Mark of Scott' rapidly by establishments workingfor ; ten days after date ot sale except I These lands. acres aggregate more Four or less.Hundred and Kitty-me

FmuUinn and is on the economy of labor. The fact that that in no case will limit exceed. I and(food rock has been taken from Section adjoining 19 T'}
large phosphate companies own -
j IirJppet ot every botlU. they will handle books just as the !: June 3, I'.K-1.! For further particu- UNDER AND Ctrtuit BY Court VIRTUE of Baltimore OF A DECREE City.Mate { lands and extensive mining Is beingcarried -
individual formerly did u a great oa two miles alime on the Santa:
|Sttd far fru sample. lars call J. O. Harris ticket i ot Maryland. tbe undersigned 1'ru3t..e. Fe n\er.
on agent, i
card in their favor. The first cost I j I .., under dcpj ot assignment trom itSnowilrn For" title see Letter Patent of the United -

SCOTT 1FBOWNE, of the machine is about the same asa :, or address F. M. Jolly Division Passenger Andrews, and wile, duly recordrdi I Suits issued from the Land Ofilce at Si.I !,i'.

1409 Pearl St. New York. billing typewriter $160. It U estimated ; Agent Jackaonv ille. B. W. i I 1, Alacbua the Counties m tile ot Slate SuwaiuH.Columlna ot Florida wilt offer and I j Andrew Augustine.through&,Florida whom to the the late said Christopher R Snow- .
:
that it will save 50 per cent. i| Wrenn, Passenger Traffic Agent, ,: at public motion at tbe court house, lor at I! den Andrews del iced his title, and the deed ,
and '1.an druggisu. I such other convenient place which iUd I1 I roar Charles Marshall: Trustee, bearing'
joe. labor now expended in accounting dr Savannah, Ga. sale may be adjuuroedi lit the city ut dale the 17th day ol March H7K to aid K.I !. \\i',
I Garner Ille Klonda. on the snov-den Andrews, and recorded lathe
artmenU. -- I duly ..1. :


IILL KEEP BOOKS. ]few l'e for ....Ii.U.. !'' mere Kodol stimulant Dyspepsia to tired Vhre nature.is not It a 1m Day ot I J dunuary r I 1902.All ij ,I the counties said Trustees sale aloresaid.Tbe to reserve another. tbe day: right and place to adjourn it de ; ::1 ;,J.

Eggshell may be used to advantage affords the stomach complete and sirablcrFor i I lhas :
convenience of the land :
purchasers
in starting delicate plants for absolute rest by digesting the food I ii tj the right title and interest of the said : been grouped above in parcels, but
You..dc.m't hare to diet R. SnowdeuAudrews, bring the entire tee the trustees reserve the light w !! -
transplanting. The half shells are i j you eat. m tractsor separately
title and-tothe
INha fl&t Does tltg.y filled with earth and set in a box: i but can enjoy all the good food you simple parcels ot land lo- \it: lullowiug the said individual parcels.lots and sections comprising \I

Y tk of lisay xsa.c also containing dampened earth. A 1 want. Kodol Dyspepsia cure instantly PARCEL NO. L Terms ot sale nne-lourlh cash and bal-
i relieves that distressed feel ance in 3. 6. v, 1', u; and W months, securedto .
hole is made in the point of the shell \ Tbe southwest quarter Section 6 Tow nship6. tbe satisfaction ot tbe Trustees, or all
life
ing after eating, giving you new baud K.situate Columbia
Kange
to allow drainage. A single seed ithen cosb. at option ol tbe purchasers. Deferred 1\
and vigor. A. P. Wise. county, about two and one-bait mile west payments to bear legal Interest
astr. :d Appautse planted in each shell, which is of the railroad to Lake City conUiuing oue I I Taxes to be adjusted and paid by Trustees v
hundred and sixty acres. Good phosphate to date of sale.A ..;;,
is
when I
I th. B. ks Js.t as Des. easily broken transplanting I! Account of Christmas and New rock bus beta found on tbe northwest quar- plat of tbe tract show ing location of the Er
done without the slightest disturbance : ter ot the section next adjoining ou the ,i I ,
y as u P p.rt Aw the Plant '-l'1.rall.arc..l" and analysis of phosphate :
Year holidays Systemwill
-aNaalaat of roots. The use of eggshells outb. i I Rock taken from tbe lands, and any further
D.u. > bell tickets, between points in I'ARI'EL ha 2.The inlormatinu can be bad upon application to .'
*
f&IbMkketper is the discovery of a French gardener
toe undersigned. Cu tKLts V. WILLIAM
? ,a i who claims that they are Lastly superior {I Florida Dec. 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, and ship A.southeast Lange ''is quart..rof and E. is in Section Suwanee U.Tow county n-- First l'OationJlli.1ok,.Richmond \'a.ItENUVT .

Ri"'sdvsnce{* on in the labor-saving toboggan to the little pots generally used I t Jan. 1, limited to return Jan. 3, 1902at named, one-halt lut and a mile contains southwest one bundled ot the last and I Continental Hldg Baltimore UoCULAsS, Md. .Y

for the purpose by florists.-Chicago rate of one fare for the roundtrip atiy-sii aires. It lies between tbe famous 1. (US.3t Trustees.White's >
_ hat reached his ,
s
s7 finally Mine;which is located
Bailey PBospbate
Inter Ocean. v also to points outside of Florida,
> and warned him that be must ] on the northeast quarter ot tbe haute section -
I' within the Southeastern Passenger and the "P. U Thomson PhosphateMine I Cream Vermifuge is essentially -
|fttr latest
occupation. The r @raetl..l II Not 8sentlae. ," located on the northeast quarter ot ....;
mechanism to invade Chica- Mast -What happens to Association, tickets at one and one- the !section next adjoining on the south It the child's tonic. It irni ,

-of three machines which Chemistry when it is exposed to the air? I third fares with same return limit. snows phosphate rink at \arj ing dopiu-. i proves the digestion and assimilation ,

P4tk bookkeepers in large gold Student (after long reflection)-It's For. tu entsllf schools and colleges, 1 P\atI.. NO. :3. j lof food, strengthening the nervous t
of Section H Town-
!j The norh e"t quarter
nits and perform their la- .tolec..-itfsjr Stories. !i these tickets will be on sale Dec. 16 I ship 6. Range 16 S amt E. IH m I ulumluacouuty I system and restoring them to the

the medium of an opera limited to return Jan. 8 I and tucbethesoutbeatcorner 01 health rigor and elasticity of spirits
Mothers everywhere praise One to 2"?, 1901, the lat mentioned lot. It contains one hun ,
_ typewriter. One of the Cure for the sufferngs at rates named above upon presen- dred and ntty-the acres an J Is about one I natural to childhood. Price, 2:>c. :
to Minute Cough and one-bait miles west ot the railroad to 1
aa ordinary eatabliuh- it relieved and the lives of their tation of proper certificate. Call on Lake City shows hOo'Ibate rock over a : Geo. W. Price.HOUSEWORK. it

.es away with the labor of little ones it saved. Strikes at the of the Plant System, or address large area and possesses exceptional facilities .---
another dispenses with the root of the trouble and draws out the i agents tor operating a phosphate plant: by s

at eight men, says & reportfiat nflammaiion. The children's favorite F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger water I' R"r.L Jlirl. 4S I _.1 1 :

i dty. cough cure. A. R- Wise. | agent, Jacksonville, Fla., or B.V.. The noi.u.vJ ..iv a.,: 'vii;iterau: r; I

|list machine, under the direc- I \Vrenn Passenger Traffic Manager. :<.tm il ant the northwest quarter of ': J 1
.. 6, 1.3 and U J.it
Masonic Secu -' 1 u unship Kauge
for
some (
]an ordinary typewritist, Here is a chance I are in C .tUN'>!:! county .n..l.,1t mile .
|.wt'a bill copies the invoice lodge to get hold of a new and capa- j I southwest ol 1&1' Ua mentioned li.i aaJconstitui' "
Und roiiiainintturhuudredandcUbtyacro.
l11i-1 THE HOflE GOLD CURE. a c..mlart txidyot : '
>tly.in a book and makes a ble goat: one has just butted an I Th.' sivaii- k

sit sales sheet copy. The death in her back yard.If I nab l-'ioiida i. Western j: ilr'aol run-
nois lady to Treatment by which through tbe northern hall ol this tract
1 all.done in typewriting and I An Ingenious from eat west Pnospbate mines hive
at books. The second mai are troubled with inodorous Drunkards are being; Cured daily been worked on the east side ot this tract
you .elt shows rock at : PI
and the tract ii phosphate
i a sales copy an original breath, heart burn, flatulency, head-I in Spite of Themselves.NO vary Ing depths from a l.i b feel i

f and duplicate of the same, anent ache acidity, pains after PAK EL NO. 5. [

of the order a file !ions of appetite, persistent NOXIoUS DOSEs-NO WEAKENING The Southeast quarter<>f Section a Tp. 6. '!. Too much housework wrecks women's -; n t I

'original and a low spirits. You melan-I' OF THE M R\ ES -A PLEASANT AND ra,,!(. 1"'. south and east and toe adjoining "
a duplicate
choly, or And the constantcare
of Herbine POSITIVE (ti RE' FOR THELIll7OKHBlT. lot 3 ot .'tIt.ol in.the. same township and nerves. I
bill of lading a platform i tonic a few doses force to I raute situate In su..ante county about one of children, day and night, is t
the lat described lut containing
a order a the recuperative mile west ot
;;factory shipping remove these disorders.: Price, 50 It is now generally kno .-n and understoodthat two hundred and two acres. The Savan I often too trying for even a strong ,
order, a loading order and nah. Florida and Western Railroad runs onthe ;
.JitK.ax aud not weak- "
G. W. Price. 01'uuk.n"e.a. [ woman. A haggard face tells the :
&: Still third machine of cents. I A bodv tilled witn poison and nerves northern boundary ot this lot and theNew
ness. berry Phosphate Mine" is located on of the overworked housewife
scattered byiirnoaual or constant story
j: 'Vanhall Field Las taken 30, begins ;look like this reciprocity completely of mto\lcaling ii.juors requires the quarter section next adjoining on tbe .
feone bill a month, adding, the It the use capable ot neutralizing and west, and a road nasbeen graded trom the 1 ji 1I and mother. Deranged menses,
: antidote
instead of being an I said railroad along the western border ol I II
business tins poison and destroying the ,i leucorrhaM and falling of the
'7.by day, recording the date ," Is to I eradicating intux cant,. Sufferers may'oow I this tract to tbe Ii..rry Mine Kockot i it
lor
Ik's number by a lock ar- "handmaiden of protection .j cure craving themselves at home without publicity nn>'quality is pound as an outcrop on severj j r [ womb result from overwork.
used the decoy duck of tariff re- loss ot time from business by this wonderlulHOMKUOLlK'UKK" I 1 al parts:: ol this tract : housewife needs
as
t which makes it impossible be or which has beenperfected The embraced in the following tractsnUllbor..d Every a remedy

1 operator to enter a series of form. I,i alter rainy years ot close study I : ( aud 7, forms a compact body lying i i to regulate her wen., and to .
____ luibrutes. The laithtul on both sides of tnebanta Ke river, (anavigable
out dating the same and have no appetite do : and treatment to of directions of this wonder- brunch tneSuwanee).and which I Irunsdiagon keep her sensitive female organs fill
the salesman's number en- When yOU feel dull |I use according guaranteed to ,illy through it from east to west t
relish jour food and lul discovery is positively and contains nearly TWO THOUSAND f perfect condition. .
not mater bow .
'credits in red ink, and carries may know that you i, cure the m"".t obstinate, Our records case Ou show the mar- ACHES, part in the county ot Suwane and i;
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i at one time. needadoleVf Chamberlains stom-I hard velous a dna tranistoriaation ot thousands of I part in toe county of Alarbua WINE"CARDUI

is and Liver r>.,,,',dard+ into caber.. tlidUilriOUS and UDfviVfcScure -- PABCELNO" 6. 1 !
bank cashier rs- ach freeetatPrice .
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for Samples HUSBANDS CHIL- Lies In Alachua county on the south side this for thousands of
the invention of these cents. I your This remedyis ot tbe Santa Ke river and consists ot lot 6. is doing ;

_'JSome years ago; looking Price's drug storeThose __ II I DREN in no cure sense jour a nostrum FATHUto but is a specific tor Iil"ctlooZ. (eighty-ei nt acres more or less I American women to-day. It cured "r

; a post office window.' he people who could have writ- tbisdisease only limit, and ISK Is thoroughly> sViltuliy d..n.d soluble Lot less 8. section; Lots ni 1.,(one jthlrty-seven hundred and acres Bit-two moreor I I Mrs. Jones and that is why the .

-t'elerk canceling stamps withIt&lnp if they had been i and and prepared pleasant to the ., so that it can beeivenmaccpot acres, more or less 3. (Bity-two acres moreor I writes this frank letter: .1
: the ten a better message tea art coftre without the less), and Lot.. (one hundred and titty- I
He .
wondered why continue to tell about it. i I I of the person it Thousands four acres: mole or less): the Northwestquarjrr .. -E,
k: could not N done by maProm President knowledge ot"Drunkards have taking themselves ot section 34; Lo1>l1l. :lhirly-se\en Glondeane, Ky.Feb.16,1IOL
c; that point his Goshen- Ind: :, with this priceless remedy and as many acres more or less). and 6. (thirty Lot two acres I am 60 glad Hint your Wine of Caidui
& and tbtr-
Lewis Ockerman, cured and made temperate 'more or lessj, in section ; 1. I 1 sot feeling better than
have been is helping me.
\ wandered the wonder never :: more acres, more or less, and all in to..o.llilip -
on to lasers -trKb" administered by ty-lour
WiU'i Little Early men by having the 1 have felt for yolatS. I am doing mown
I "De but I I and relatives without their fi. Range LT. South and East,containing work without say help, and I
own books could not be kept like other pills, friends ;
bend me double make ', loving edge In coffee or tea and believe today in the aggregate about 74S acres Investigation washed last weeK and was not one bit
He triad to make a thoroughly and shows good phosphate rock on dittereut I'
ery. do their work that they discontinued drinking of theirown tired. Toil ahowl that the wine i* 1
r machine.. A year ago he- feel like a boy" Certain, thorough free w tL Do NOT WAIT. Do not be de- i>urtion i doing me good. I am getting fleshier
me and misleading 1m- I than I ever waa before, and sleep good
R. Wise. i apparent PARCEL No.7.
4 the three machines, which gentle- A. I rrmcment'r Drive out the- dlSt'ase1 once and eat hearty. Before 1 began taking
IJL supplanting bookkeepers in and fur all time. 1'he UOUE: ice COKE" Lies in Suwanee county on the north side Wine of Cardni. I used to have to lay 'f
understand that Nicaragua sold at the extremely ot OneDollar of tbe Santa Ke rl\ consists of Lots 7, down five or nx times every dry bat ?
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sbliuhments. As we within reach of every- (one hundred and seven acres. more or less ; Dowldonvtthlnkoflinrdontluoulh '
placing -
thus
England has simply clothedher treatment more effectual than oth- 6, eighty acres. more or less;; and 5, eighty the day. Mas., BICHAID Jena. .
treaty body a Full directions acres more or less, in Section 2); the Suutn
> to tM.
t demands in different verbiage. I ers costing trom each IB packagesSpecial advice east Quarterot Section, tone hundred andntiyoiine f..ee AT DKCGtiLST \
accompany acres more or less,; Lot 2. leiglI :-
without
A skilled physicians*hen requested .jttdnet u4 UKntnra, 4dm, jm I.mm._
%gB by extra charge. Sent prepaid to aay part acres, more or less):in bcction 33; Lots lou, "'Jill UI ot'ad.Lur'; -pj r De }
.. CgB'1'OR world on r..celi't..1 One Dollar. Ad- 1 and : (eighty acres each more or less chatnaouga ilcSidaM c....Ci.na.u.p_ .t a.LrLJ ..
< f... ot the CILKS COM Lid 1. (ninety-eight acres, more or less); and
11* on every box of the fanulnaBroffloQuteine e w dre NY.Waudatliifawrk SUPhiiadelplux : Lot. (one hundred and twenty-nine acres,
' abZ- I correspondence strictly conndentlaL ; more or iess> in Section X!; and Lots 8. (one
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The. Citizen-Reporter. : HAMPTON-HANQED. HALF OUR U Ill : PE=RU NA.l: 1'S

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Thomas J Hampton, the negro who ,
H. L. DODD, EDITOR AID PKOPEIETOE.g committed a double''murder at Ft. 'ft

A. H. DODD iuiitut Editor. White nearly nine ago, paid Knocks All Forms ofCatarrh
"'"' years
A ARE[ C CATARAHAL .iI 3 3l
It ftfflcial+ the Newspaper Tow of of Lake Columbia City Florida.County and the penalty for'his crime Friday up- .

on the gallows in the inclosed yardof

Published Office-South every ot Friday Courthouse at Lake Square.City. Fla. the county prison. Everything -

was quiet about the prison yard_during INNATURE.Catarrhal [ 1f

Aher. sill!Rates Firauhed upon Application.. the execution, and no disturbanceof I aI ( j

Entered in Lake City postofflce au second any kind occurred. The plans, as .

class matter. arranged by the sheriff.were car Diseases are Most -",- -

Subscription $1.00 Per Year. ried out successfully and without the
least delay. Prevalent in Winter

FRIDAY, DEC. 13, 1901. Sheriff Cone entered Hampton's.

,. cell at 11:15: and the 'prisoner was IS THERETO WAY OF

led to the scaffold by Sheriff Cone
IN A NUTSHELL. ESCAPE FROM THEM?
a and Sheriff Everett E. Johns of Brad-
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ford County, followed by several

President Roosevelt's first message deputies. During the few minutes' Pe-ru-na Never Fails to Cure I 1W -;: ;

>vas read at noon Tuesday, the walk from the cell to the place of

3rd anc'instant' leading, in both subjects houses.are:Utter-The execution he showed no dread of Catarrh Wherever y$4AY $ -1 \ I

what was soon to follow, and mounted -
anarchists everywhere are the dread the steps of the death trap smok- located. ( 1A-xY7 -

and foe of liberty. Federal courts ing a cigar. A religious service of

should be given jurisdiction over the fifteen minutes was then held, and There are some things which'are assure
man' who kills or attempts to kill 11:35 the as fate,and can be relied on to occur
at securelytied
prisoner was
to at least one-half of the human family
President or any man in line of and and the
the
about arms legs
unless means are taken to prevent.
succession. Anarchy is no more an IS y c
black cap adjusted. A few seconds First, the climate of winter is sure to
expression of social discontent than later the,sheriff released the trap, bring colds. y

picking pockets or wife-beating. and Hampton was sent into eternity. Second, colds not promptly cured are ;

Anarchy is a crime against the The attending physicians pronouncedhim sure to cause catarrh.
whole human No matter calls Third catarrh treated is
race. Improperly
dead in twelve minutes and forty 1
more urgently for the wisest thoughtsof sure to make life short and miserable.. I. ( ;
seconds. The body was cut down at
Congress than trusts. The cap- 12M. Catarrh spares no organ or function of
the body. It is capable of destroying
tains of industry who have drivenour
the Hampton made a confession early eight, taste, Smell, hearing, digestion,
railway systems across con- Friday morning to the effect that he I secretion, assimilation and excretion.It o y
tinent have built C
up our commerce was the principal in at least five pervades every part of the human ATAJgl?

and developed our manufactures, murders. He said that his real I body. head, throat, stomach, bowels, off) _

have, on the whole, done great and name was W. 15. Johnson, and gave bronchial tubes, lungs, liver, kidneys,
lasting good to all ot our people. bladder and other pelvic organs.
South Carolina as his native state.
. Under such conditions it would be i That Peruna cures catarrh wherever ,
According to his statement, he
most unwise to or fetter the located is attested by the following testimonials '
cramp A TEN STROKE FOR PERUNA I
killed a conductor on a train in sent entirely unsolicited to ...
youthful strength of our nation. -
Lexington county, South Carolina,' Dr. Hartman by grateful men and wo- Catarrh of The Lungs. Catarrh of The Kldu rv, -
There is conviction in
a widespread '
the minds of American people that in January, 1887. lie made his escape men who have been cured by Peruna: Mrs. Emilie Kirckhoff, Ada, Minn., Peter 1;Unger,Hawley,Pa.,write: .

so effectually that suspicion has Catarrh of The Head. writes: "I think that I ampHeetljr cored of ,j' ;
great corporations known as trusts never rested upon him;and the mur- "Through a violent cold contracted catarrh of the kidneys by Pennu, w"I "
Mr. D. R. Ramsey writes in a recent I
are in certain of their features and last winter I became afflicted with -. hare trouble of kind Peter '.'
der has until now been shrouded in letter from Pine Bluff, Ark., the fol- catarrh no any r f'
tendences hurtful to the general mystery. After this, changing his lowing: of the nose, which in a short time J.Unger. f. :
welfare It is based a sincere affected lungs. I took Peruna which -
upon name to Tobe Price, he went to "My son, Leon Ramsey, four years of. my Catarrh of The Stonaeh ., _,
conviction that combination and cured me thoroughly. I now feel better ....'J. ,- ,
suffered with catarrh of the head
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age
While therehe
concentration should not be prohi- Lyons county, Georgia. for eighteen or twenty months. lie took than I have for forty years."-Mrs. :A W. Graves/ Hammond, lai, :
another murder and
attempted to Dr.Hartman
Emilie Kirckhoff. writing ; :
says
bited bnt supervised, and within one bottle of your Peruna and conld
reasonable limits controlled, and in was sent to the state penitentiary. hear u good as tver.R.; RAMSEY. Catarrh of The Bladder. "I am well of catanh'of the stomach ,
, lIe escaped, and going to Ft. White'l Mr. John Smith, 311 S. Third street, after suffering two years I have taken r r
judgment this conviction is right.
my Catarrh of The None.Mr. .
worked in the turpentine Atchison, Kan., writes: five bottles of Peruna and'o&e of Manalio i t
Corporations engaged in the inter- I to the time his last crime was com-I Herman Ehlke,952 Orchard street, "I was troubled with catarrh of the and I feel like a new man now."-"'.W. # .

est of commerce should be regulated mitted. While at Ft. Milwaukee, Wis., writes: urethra and bladder for two years. At Graves. e (
if they are found to exercise I am entirely cured of catarrh of
went by the name of Hampton. my the time I wrote to you I was under the Pelvic Catarrh:
license working to the public injury. the nose by your Peruna. My case was care of my home doctor, and had been >

The work of upbuilding navy must COLLEGE DEBATE. a severe one.-Herman Ehlke. for four months. Miss Katie Lochman, Lafayette,lad

be steadily continued. No point of Catarrh of The Throat. "I followed your directions bnt two writes:
months and Peruna cured "I had pelvic catarrh, pain in the -
our policy, foreign or domestic, is B. II. Runyan, Salesville, O., writes: can say me
The Forum and Bema societies of of that trouble.-"John Smith. abdomen, back, had stomach trouble
more important than this to the "I suffered ith catarrh of the throat
the Florida and headache caused by catarrh. J fol-
will
Agricultural College
for five I induced to Catarrh of The Bowel
was
honor and materia welfare, and above years. .try
give a public debate Mr. Henry Entzion South Bend Ind. lowed your directions; took PenmuDdManalin
all to the peace of our nation in the I Friday evening, Peruna. I have used five bottles and am according to directions, and
the 2uth inst.! The subject chosen is perfectly well.-B. H.Runyan. writes:
future. Whether we desire it or not an intricate one and offers both "The doctor said I had catarrh of the how happy I feel that Lam relieved ot
on
we must henceforh recognize that Catarrh of The Ear. bowels and I took his medicine, but such a distressing ailment."-Miss Katie
sides wide for polemic skill. ::
we have international duties no less scope Mr. Archie Godin, 133 Beech street, with no relief. I was getting worse all Lochman.
It is stated as follows : -
than international rights. Fitchburg, Mass., writes: the tune. A book.on the care of la grippe and "
Tariff-I ask the attention of the Resolved, That the convict system Tcrun-v has cured mo of catarrh of "Before I had taken a half bottle of catarrh in all stages and phases sent free

Senate to the reciprocity treaties now in vogue in Florida is a satisfac- the middle ear. I feel better than I have Peruna I felt like a new man."-Henry to any address by The Peruna Medicines

tory solution of the convict questionfor for several years."-Archie Godin. Entzion. Co..Columbus,Ohio. ? -
laid
before it by my predecessor. Florida.

The natural line of development for -- -
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The Forum has the affirmative and
our policy of reciprocity will be inconnetion FOR SALE. !
will be represented by R. W. Hum ; To pmj/ce a-thoroiyjh alterative Roberts chill tonic removes the '-.. "
with those of our productions -
which phreys and U. Henderson. J. H. effect, thXbloodVic/ey ifi liver cause. It cures and prevents chills -
no longer require all the
Stock and truck farm mile
Bridges and Burt Buie ill the one
w argue must /horbughlyWreatedl "7" and fevers. Pleasant to take. No
support once needed to establish Bema side. from the court house and college,

them upon a sound babis, and with ---- one-half mile from the city high Mixture acts oif"allrv You j's Drug- cure, no pay. .:'k. Young's drug

those others, where either becauseof I COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. school, west end of 'Duval street, ;;tore. / / V V store.

natural or economic causes, we are I paved nearly all the 'avabout 235 I
beyond the reach of successful competition -- -, i
hammock
I acres-mostly land, never-
COUNCIL CHAMBER, ) I
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Lake City, Fla., [ \ failing springs brooks and lakes ; !I i
Canals-No single great materialwork December 12 1M01. ) I i .
\ cottage of four rooms, good water on i ,,
which remains to be undertaken Council met, President Parker pre- .' the porch; large hay and stock barn, I :

cm this.,continent ia of such consequence siding. Present : Aldermen Ilenson, I once used as a tobacco barn; all manner j I Taffeta and Peau de Soie Silks.More .

to the American people as Inman, Rogers, Plympton and Watts. !' of farm implements
than ever li the Silk Gown deemed suitable for all aerations in IDIOTinstances
the building of the canal across the President Parker informed Council j chinery. Will sell on four years'I: the taffita costume has usurped thai ot cloth even t"r street _: i

isthmus connecting North-and South that the Railroad Commission had time or live annual installments, at 7 J wear Prices We art too showing are made a wide in touch with of colon every and purse deigns.

America. Our negotiations with notified him that the G. S. and F. and! cent. !
per
Black Peau de Soie $1 Per Yard. r
Grea ,Uritain have resulted in my the S. A. L. hart let the contract fora Also about forty city lots, all corner -\ Pure.silk rich and lustrums guaranteed fur wear

being able to lay before the Senate brick depot at Lake City. lots, lOjxUfifcet: on Monroe, Columbia Black Peau de Soie, $1.50 Per Yard.

treaty,,_ Jt specifically) provides that On motion of Aid. Rogers the Or- .Alacuiu Dado, bt, 21: 3d ; 23-iuches wide exceptionally good quality fine and lu,troua -- i

the.United States alone shall do the I dinance Committee was requested to and $th street,just between the College Suitable either tor waists or costume }

work ofr building, and .assume the responsibility I prepare an ordinance by next Mon and the City I}igh School. VENETIAN CLOTH

of safely guarding the I day extending the fire limits to cover Also the ol>l PeaboJy school lot of Blue Tau Brown and Olive

canal. ( the site of the Union Depot. I one acre-easy terms, installments, AND THE QUEEN OF DRESS FABRICS.LANSDOWNE .

The Philippine-We hope to make I. On motion of Aid. Plympton one, two and three years. -

our"- administration in the islands! cil decided that the city do eoun-I I Also aW-acre farm, I1,, miles from e

honorable to our nation by making it I!a representative to the Railroad : town, on Seaboard Air Line Riil- Black and Evening Shades. t'j

of the highest benefit to the Filipinos mission meeting on the 14th I road. F. 15. MOODIE. d-13-4t tc
themselves and On motion Council adjourned.
as an I
earnest I
Attest; W. M. IVES, Clerk.
desire of what we intend to do! we : I
point to \\h:1te hate done. The sea island u cotton market waif I To Cure a Cold in One Day b 9 JflS. L YOUNG ;= hio

We point to what we have done active during most of the past week, I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- hy Co &fe. ,.
lets. All druggists refund the
over the capitalization named as the the demand from money dOt' .
I with exporters Oas
j if it fails to cure. t;. W. Grove's ... .. .. {
trusts, the evil. The policy of !
protection very satisfactory. Prices close at I signature is on each box. -4
should be upheld. The message -i the advance as to all grades, and the j 25c---
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Livorajreciprocity as the handmalden :| inquiry is promising for a continued i, -- -..- u '<"=< 1

: of'protection and .asks the !1 good demand. The statistical posi-j i DR. L F. FRINK I .. ; a
attention of the senate for the reciprocity tion, together with the indications'!! (51'I
treaty. It recites special of a very moderate crop, are the in- DENTIST. "
,[ finances which are contributing to i I Office upstairs over Staten's store J a<
reasons for granting the Cuban reciprocity 1 .
i the better feeling. Unless a great I II in Bacon Clock.
and favors the new j I deal of cotton is being held back on MOVED .
department in commerce. It favors 1 plantations the trade generally ;: LAKE CITY, FLA.

goverment aid in upbuilding the mer- !, agree the crop will be around 65,00o | THE
to 7<'>, chant marine by subsidizing, and. !I I, if any cotton is being held back present -j
recommends more punier for the prices are believed to be such as''
terstate commerce commission. In-// will bring it out. The quotations at { WE ARE NOT SELLINGAT MOVED TO POUTER & GLOVEU'S OLD STAND

Savannah yesterday were : COST DURING THE "e now offrr OUT great values in .
further urges the great necessity SlIoes. Hats and Clothing tee mrn wumcii ;
Floridas . __ and children at such
Fancy 2H'SV22J prices as no others will meet Our Ik.lUi K. d> irr
forest preservation and goverment Extra Choice Floridas_-...."_ 21 HOLIDAYS, BUT FOR the talk ot the tow a. We guarantee to sate you money and Kne-.an-i"'. .. t.
construction of irrigation reservoirs. II Choice Floridas------------20 I AN HONEST PROFIT. Lace Curtains 50 cents Per Pair w
Fine Georgian and Florida ..17 Large Bed Spreads 75
Tut" government of Cuba, the Philippines I Ce SEAL QUARTZ only cents.

Porto Rico and Hawaii YOURS TO PLEASE, .
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Stops the Cough and Works off the BELLE OF NELSON
should 'be made satisfactory to the LAKE URIE.'
Cold. CITY FLA. H. F.
RYE AT
natives. It favors the Pacific cable I $ 1.00. .
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabletscure PORTER & GLOVER'S OLD STAND
and says the Isthmanian canal must I a cold in one day No cure, no J. D. CRABB. AGENT. j

be dug. pay. Price 25 cents. -- -- ---- -- -- ."


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!l 3-Feathers Whiskey at Crabb's. t

YES-Crabb sells.the famous Cuesta Beer corks at Crabb's, 50c. a peck j
;: I r' Maso1uit ja Rey ('ig tr. j I. eK
T n.htjnjDrUg.r I! Musical instruments, strings of all iI =
Mr. B. llt. We have photo albums all styles i|!I kinds, at R. T. Radford's. RHEUMATISM
and at all prices. R. T. Radford's. j I to often the remit
in the I Mixture-the
7" blood
city this week on business. ; greatest i of a torpid or but K .
Place' j One gallon Kentucky Bourbon twrfj purifier of the 20th century. Young's treer. You are iron ; .

candies and your holiday orders for nuts, r j stamp, KK proof,straight goods, &:!.5 i.. Drugstore.Just bled the back with or pain Umba.in S
fruits with Pete Ladis. I I Jugs extra. At Crabb's. I Sometime in the i "
Burnett received! Car fresh Ocala muscles oometimc
: ILIIscu Waugh has accepted a po-I I John Barger, who holds a position lime and car Portland cement. s.1 I n the acne but
sition with always where tt
t the C. E. Lewis Candy Co. I j jat i the Jacksonville Electric Plant, B. Thompson. nnukeivottiufier.
Mr. L. A. :Moore spent Sunday in the I YouhaTC aoeotrgy -I
in spent seveal days.i city. Qapt.G.;: II. Borger came over from and your sleep does
ITL Jacksonville this week on busi- i Our goods are the best, the prices Lire Oak Sunday and spent the day kidueyfibuthefTOQ.Hottest you. Your
; the lowest the What you want to a good medidae Itt :
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ness.Miss assortment all you in the city with his family. j _

Blanche Prescott, of Lake I could wish. R T. Bad ford's. The largest and most up-to-date / DR. THACHER'S

Park, is the guest of her uncle, Mr. ,I I Just received-a nice line of china- line of watches, jewelry, silverware, LIVER -,
E. Brown BLOOD SYRUP
and !
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I family. : ware, queensware and lampsatI etc., in the city at R. T. Radtord's.Don't r3.
Our holiday line is complete I I Buie Bros. Prices the lowest. and yon need it now. It*the recognizedcure _
; goods send away for it -buy it at I for all Liver. Blood and Kidacy .'.-
strictly first-class and prices to suit II We will have plenty of clerks to Crabb's only. Horse shoe rye, 1 diseues. ,'

the customer. R. T. Radford's. wait upon you when you come. You quart, tlj; 2 quarts, 31.7x1; gallon, *J. .Yet&.O Jour null dnl tat evia.w ttruiU.T1UCBEK -- Y

Mr. T. T. Stockton, business mana- I< can all come at once. M. Stein Jugs extra.Messrs. MEBICUK OOKPUY.a..u. '-
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ger of the Times-Union & Citizen was i:; Don't send away for It-buy it at Ewel Brown and Ed. Wiser-

in the city Tuesday on bu.lneslii. j.I Crabb's only. Horse shoe rye, 1 quart, baker of Lake Park spent several ,

Goods will haye to go. It is no $1; 2 quarts, $1.7x1 gallon, 300. Jugs days in the city this week, guests of

joke, nor fable. We mean business. extra. the family of Mr. E. Brown.J. I HELVENSTON.' LCY. ,

I .,.; Come and you will find out. M.Stein.A Don't forget to see the fine line of D. Streety has a full line of I -- If'r

; large assortment of candies, ladies' dress goodsjackets and capesat handsome vases and china sets, just A very beautiful wedding was sol- '

.: =Perfect, Delicious, nuts, fruits fancy boxed candies and J. L. Wells & Co., before buying the assortment from which to make Ia { emuized Wednesday evening, when

"jf Appetizing. fie crackers at Pete Ladis' fruit elsewhere. selection for a Christmas present. j Mr. llutuboldt Belvenston and Miss

stand. The machinery for the ice plant Be sure to call and inspect these Annie Belle Finley were united in
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The Florida Annual Conference of arrived this week and is being in- goods.It I marriage at the residence of the abride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
,
: the Methodist Church opened its ses. j stalled. The new ice machine is of is our desire to give the peopleof I I Chas. A. Pinley. The Ceremony

ilJNews Notes. sion at Live Oak on the 12th. Rev.F. I the compression type and has a Capacity Lake City and Columbia county !i was that of the Episcopal church,

Pinion is attending.Can't I of twenty tons. Mr. Mann an -to-date: jewelry store and believe I I and Rev. Curtis Urubb officiated.
t j Only the immediate members of the
informs
that he will
us cot take
any that we are accomplishing our J
Vhiskey put prices in paper. I will two families were present.
t g at Crabb's.kWella&Co. more farm produce for cold storage Coaie in and examine The
sell everything at cost, and some purpose. our I parlor was artistically deco-
., for shoes goods below cost during the sale after January 1st. The alterationsand stock. R. T. Radford's. rated in a color scheme of green and '
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corks at Crabb's, 50c. a peck M. Stein. improvements now being made We are now ready to take your I i gleaming white. Jardaniers of flowers and richly -
i j in the plant make this !_ evergreens twining
riblfsells the famous Cue- lion. A. S. Mann, of Brooksville, I necessary. order for anything you want in the smilax gave a beautiful and bewitching 4
ar >* spent several days in town this week. Ii i A varied and beautiful line of dinner watch and jewelry line for a Christmas j effect. Mrs. Q. B. Staten presided -
I present and save from 25 to at the piano, and the hridal +
He and tea sets of all you
was accompanied by his son Aus- parlor lamps i
1gpwtbe tlme4o get your sizes 10 cent. R. H. Lovier the party entered the room to the strains
and of Old
StelnV. tin, who has entered the State Col- I exquisite design and coloring per of Mendellsohn's edding March.'
[ sale at I china toilet individual
sets, lleliable Jewelry Store. d-6-2t. The bride-elect in
lege. came leaning on
: 0ij seen our line of pictures? I cups and saucers,jardaniers and large Cards are out announcing the the arm of her father, and was met
The store of Mr. D. S. Goss, treasurer I uocelain flower stands, is on exhibition ap- at the altar by the who was E '
at J. D. Streety's popular hardware proaching marriage oCIr.. J. A. groom
\ -i of Suwannee county at Wel accompanied by his brother, Mr. -
.Burke,of Welborn, was born 1 store. They will not only Williams and Miss Mabel Frances { Charles Helvenston, of Live Oak. '
was robbed Wednesday night. '
but will be
city this week on business. please you you delighted. Mizelfe, of Alachua. The weddingwill j j Kneeling under a magnificent floral
-- Goods to the value of about il.X)were I The prices are right and the goods
take place there on December arch, the solemn words were pronounced :_ ..
s for same money, same taken from the store. j j arc of the best.I which made them one. The '
i for less money at J. L. Wells I 18th. Miss Mizel'e attended school in ;I I bride waHle a.nilyattired in a
gownof
The Monday Evening Literary Major E. W. Peabody was in the
this where she has of
city, a number white Paris muslin and white '
Club held a very interesting meeting I j city Tuesday in the interest of the
friends: and acquaintances.A satin, and wore a coronet of orange
atmas china goods of every de- at the residence of Mr. J. C. II| Times-Union &: Citizen. That newspaper blossoms. Beautiful, charming of ;
-i ire to be found at J. D. Bates this week. The next meetingwill will give a two-page write-up larty of young people went out manner and possessing many rare accomplishment
to a sugar-boiling at Mr. F. N. Puck
'Iri 4Ii be held at the residence of Mr. of the city and county in the near the bride is deservedly -
| ett's Tuesday evening and report a popular. theVas a member of the
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Jas. E. Young. I future, and Lave asked the city and
going to and goods -
move .
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f very enjoyable time. They wish to June graduating class the Florida :
'cot toe go. Come early so you Attention is directed to the advertisement I county to appropriate the sum of $:50 I thank Mr. and Mrs. Puckett for the I Agricultural College. The groom baa t
eta bargain.Essie on 3 of this issue of I to defray the expense of the adver been a resident of this city since early .. .
page t ,
__ kind and hospitable reception ac-
boyhood, and by his many admirable \
WUenta'ter left Tues. the public sale of 3,500 acres of valu- I tising. At a special meeting of the corded them, especially on account j qualities, industry: and steadfastness {

[for her home at Lake Park to able land, situate in the counties of ;I council Tuesday, Aid. Guy Gillen introduced of the lateness of the hour. The j of purpose, has made an excel .
I tie holiday Suwannee, Columbia and Alachua, i a resolution appropriatinghalf fact is, the whole party got lost, and lent record as a business man and
"- I the amount, providing the county every milepost was closely: serutin-1' won an enviable position in society.
vpand five-pound fruit cakes, which will take place at Gainesvilleon i would ized and the landscape carefully He is a member of the firm of Staten
wpeclally the the 7th day of January. I' commissioners appropriate surveyed all the way from Lake i:: Co. '
for
Holiday Miss Ruth Kirchhaine arrived in I the rest, and the resolution was City to Fort White. A stop was i The bride is the recipient of a
t\t. Bale,.. Bros\ passed. We commend Aid. Gillen made at every farm house on the large number of beautiful and costly
'i Kentucky Bourbon, two the city this week from Macon, Ga., and the Council, and hope that the route, and by the information received presents.The .
where she has been attending Wesleyan often indefinite but still help CITIZEN-REPORTER joins their 7
tlft proof- ,straight goods, $:'.50. College: She will spend part Commissioners will appropriate the I ful, the goal was finally reached and I many friends in extending congrat- s
itnu At Crabb's. additional amount. Such an advertisement the party was rescued from the chilly 1 ulations. May their future never be
of the holidays with her aunt, Mrs. would be investment air and treated to the luxury of a marred .
.r;F.B.:Moodie is attending the C.G. McCormick,the latter part with a paying cheerful fireside. Mr. and Mrs. withunhappiaess.GijpressSHinflles

f0f the State Baptist con- her mother in Cedar Key. for the city and the Puckett will always be remembered -

DOW in session at Marianna. Attention of readers is called to county. for their hospitality. Cane juice CARLOAD+*
was served fresh: from the mill, and I .
j LOTS.I +
t forget to call the Racket The Quaker Male Quartette Com
l at the new ad. of M. K. Wright in this we want to emphatically state that |i I for s
The Tery best goods, the issue. Mr. Wright has just received pany will appear at the College it never tasted better. I .- leDy W. P. SHEPPARO.

t prices and something to please a large shipment of the various lines Chapel Hall Tuesday night, the 17th -- --

-'it.,' of goods mentioned in this ad. which inst., under the auspices of the Alkahest An Omission. I .. V

Collier,'of' Columbia, was in he is offering at the very lowest I Lyceum. This company comes Owing to a mistake of the printerthe I

'j Wednesday, en route to Live prices possible. Call and see him highly recommended by the press following:> omitted from the 1 j r Seal Quart !
'attend the Methodut Con- Before making your purchases else and patrons of such entertainments. council proceedings nn the first | r

to; where. i All lovers of music and those who page: Belle of Nelson Rye ,
Ordinance No. Ill read with
was
at Irs.1
U. meeting
The W. C. T. entertainments of a high
i appreciate
jsets, manicure goods-all in I C. G. McCormick's, on last lo'ridaY'1 order will enjoy the program that j Rogers "that the ordinance be AT
teat in- was a large and interested will be rendered. Tickets 25 and 501'j passed over the mayor's veto," the ; CRABB'SFor !
style, ready for your ter the business was finished, there 'cent*. Special pates have been ar- j vote was aye President Parker, Aid. I
n, at R. TP.adford's. Inman, Rogers, Henson, Plympton II
was music and elocution by the members ranged for the students of all schools', $1.00 .
and Watts 6 0. The
Aye Nay
t ladies the president
of the Presbyterian which added much to pleasure and they can purchase tickets for declared the ordinance passed I .

?have postponed the bazar meeting of the meeting.will be at The Mrs.next S. Botler regular I the season at 50 cents each. This over the veto of the imvor. I I"u -. IuIffls :.

ednesday evening, the 18th Thompson's Friday, January 3d, reduction has been made as an inducement ,_ __ __ ,
n't forget the.date. WO''j for parents to send their : "
i are out announcing the mar- The street fair opened here children to entertainments$ for
and main thoroughfarehas : instruction as well as amusement. .
our I
nesday
tof 'Mr. Ethan A. Hickson and
All the in the lyceum 1
hubbub. programs
lie P. Robertson, at Brooks- since been in a continual I I course are good,and besdes affording I 1.r

|W dnesday evening, the 13th Fakirs and ambitious spielers the virtues on every of I the most wholesome amusement, are I FALL AND WINTER # :
i
praising
hand are ,I very instructive. Both parents and
if I the articles they have for sale and I!I children would profit attending.
t you want is the right kind of the nature of the different tented I r
attractions. "Big Joe the "Snake-I Millinery of the latest styles,
at:the right kind of prices. "George," the electric of ;-
( them. The best goods at the theatre Eating Man and the baloon ascensions ,1 i I I f and very Lowest Prices, also a <' *US '

t prices. After having pricedre constitute the main attractions.. STOP! STOP!II! i new line of Art Goods at "!l*

while In the city, call at Mr. J. U. Owens and Miss JuliaSwaiies STOP! t'
ket Store and be convinced. united in marriage .

.,.reliable E. G. Flowers, in Wednesday were at the home of the bride, Don't rush by in your JMRS. T. N. MILTON ? '". 1

:1-.' in Wacahoota, Alachua county, Rev. mad career, if you wantto \ -f-S WJ
HTMathis after an absence Edwards, of Micanopy, officiating / Monroe Block. Marion St. :j'-i;.
Frank the Best drink in .
tanonths, arrived in the city Mr. Owens is our superintendent get rwrlr tNEWS

,ackTlle. S. C., last Friday, of public InatrUCtton and has a Lake City. At CItABB'Sv I t
(called back immediately on large circle of friends in the city and ,
holds being: an 'vv 'VY v
he
the office 11 1-
-business. He will plant wa- county, esteem.
of
token

lion rfwrtpunty and c3.nteloupe, near Montague next year, The unmistakable Alachua bride and is popular Is admired at hertheir by home all who in 1"O .( "( ().( )..().(). ->t() () o ) ().<),.( ..() !< .< 6)4; .

':vJu la cou"nty near Orange know her. The CITtzENREPORTERjoins
: li AND GOOD NEWSY fe :
I 8.will begin planting in Januputia their hippy and prosperous
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I ss Goods will be sold like cotton. Whatever you can get for cotton you've got to take.: So we KX.y
14 are by goods. Whatever we can get for CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS and TRUNKS rl ,R
: we will take. We can afford to do it and we

o 121f'; MISS H. A. RILEY_ r,4 <:---. _\VILL SELL GOODS CHEAP_

i WII'IV ftf as long as they last. You better come in time and get your supply WINTER CLOTHES
vecelred the largest and most complete"tllLk enr'ones of Fall U"le.and Winter Vt $* It don't pay to go witbunt them when you have a chance to get them so cheap. i>1
"" linen bolb Fancy and Plain to butt
' WE ARE GOING TO MOVE'AND WANT TO SELL OUT Mr
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t \ R Rear Mode. f rnl sbol. ( m n Description.li as much as we can. We have to movewe got to move and the goods got to go. 3

.s A COMPLETE LINE OF ART GOODS THE PRICES WILL MAKE THEM MOVEDon't iM

1 j:, AND WINTER HATS forget the place next to Radford'a Jewelry Store. It will pay you to come from afar j 1
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" ATESTTDEmSIIGNSeFALL milimers. distance.
';f' 1\ oct M. STEIN LAKE CITY FLA. .
\ WILSON BLOCK.

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-; FORM A HUMAN NET. r The Madison'Recorder says that it Ii i

No'xternal .
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I is not generally known throughoutthe -' -.---' '--' - -
That I* the War tooth Sea IiUaders
roundtrip
: Stale but in cases where j
Go Abomt CatehlB < I
Symptoms* FUh.The "+ I I tickets, good for live days, are

purchased and the owner only uses

natives o' Tutuila, one of the 1 t i hid ticket one way, if he will pnt in j
bad
be in
The blood may' condition
-' I islands of Oceanica, have a peculiar I I his claim to the railroad commission t
'with no external signs, no skid II
fet i
At 1
fish. given
a I
method of catching
in proper time, he will be entitled to ,
or sores to indicate it. The village
eruption the inhabitants'of the '
symptoms in such cases being a variable signal assemble all on the seashore, to the I the return of ha money less the fare j J _

appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable number of about 200 persons, each one one way. j i -

weakness and nervousness, loss of flesh carrying branch of the cocoa palm. I I Now that Mayor- : ; has announced j = -_ <
and a general rundown condition of the With these in their hands they plungeinto
of
the appointment Cola!
the water and swim a certain distance
the blood hu
lystem-clearly showing the shore, when they turn, John N.Partridge to. succeed Police
has become thin from .
lost its nutritive qualities, ... .
forming a compact semicircle each Commissioner Murphy, it is safe to
and watery. It is in just such cases that in etablePr aradoItlbrASlS -
one holding his palm perpendicular assume that the metropolitan grafters
S.S.S.has done some of its quickest and the water, thus making a sort of seive. will quail. Of

most effective work by building up the' The leader of the party then givesa .
blood and supplying the elements lackingto signal, and the fishers all approachthe I I -

make it strong and vigorous. seashore, gradually in perfect order A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. I 1

driving before them a multitude
"My wife used sev- 'Somethinv New Under i -.-
of fishes that are cast on the sands and
eral bottles of S. S. S. killed with sticks. the Sun." II Promotes fulnessand&stContains -
blood and I j !
purifier
as a The fish are then cooked over hot All docters Dare tried to curd CATARRH by neither
to tone up a weak and the use ot powders, acid gases: inhalers and Mineral
and served with banana and nor
emaciated system,with coals co- drugs in paste torm. Their powders dry up': OprnofMorphin& :
marked effect by coanut milk. the mucuous metnl>ranJ< causing them to > NOT NARCOTIC.
very crack and bleed. The powerful acids:
of improvement The scene is most picturesque and open I ..
way used in the balers have entirely eaten I
"We regard it a interesting the effect being height away the same membranes that their j
great tonic and blood ened by the appearance of the na- ointments ers have aimed cannot to reach cure the while disease.pastes mak'i j I k4irAftYdll iwr.1.zPmaDl-
purifier." ]. ?DUI'f', tives who usually have their hair Pow- and experienced pl'adlti.uer110 h. s for,
Princeton, dered white, the warriors in the tribe many years made a close study and special-1 ,!:
I ty ot the treatment i'a i'AKKH, has at last
the greatest of all having theirs powdered red.Time perfected a treatment which when tailhtal j rx.fad, I
ly useo.not only relieves at once but permanently ) ftmnmat-.
M0.S15 and you will cares CATAUUII by removing thecausetoppinq Jl-
55 : d the im I 1..1. Rcckenluff. the discharges, and curing j f' IIrwJ.d
n appetite The Indian method of reckoning time all iollammatloii. It is the only remedy
at once,strength known to science that actually reaches the
I by the sun is worth remembering afflicted part This wonderful remedy is I
returns, and nervousness vanishes as new !I against a time of need, when watches known as "stile FFLts the I.UAKANTEED CATARRH for
} I CUKE"and is sold at the extrt'mcly'jlow Aptxfeculemledy Constipation -
rich blood once more circulates play false but an engagement must be
pure
StoiMeh.Diairhoea.
I price ot One Dollar each package containing ; ,Sour
through all parts of the system. kept. The width of the palm of the ,; internal and external medicine sufi .ConvuIsionsJeverishnes5 -
I Sclent tor a full month's treatment and eI !- Worms,
hand with the thumb I I .
held
S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable right close erytbing necessary to its perfect use. andLoss OF SLEEETac
blood purifier known. It contains no minerals : inside the index finger, represents the I II I' '"SNUFFLES" the only jrtect CATJinaH ..-
covered the in CURB ever made and is now recognized sat
whatever. Send for our free book space by sun an hour. I the only safe and p", 'tire cure for that annoying Simile Signature ot '
If. for instance, you would know just I and disgusting disease. It cures all .
on blood and skin diseases and write our how many hours it would be before f 1 inflammation quickly and pet manrntly and 6&&Gx i

physicians for any information or advice sunset, extend your right hand against !, is FEVER also and wonderlully coi.u in the quick HKA u.to relieve HAY NEW TOHK.
anted. No charge for medical advice. I the sky until it reaches the sun. Measuring i I! CATAKKH when nt'i'lecud often leads to'cossunPTios"SNUFFI.KS"

THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA Si. by hand-widths from the sun to ''I! you use it at once. His noordinary will save reme-youIU 1
the edge of the western horizon gives I'I| dy but a complete tilatment which is po..!- :
the number of hours to sunset. Soa'.iJI I: lively guaranteed t"cure tATAKHU in any
--- I'Corm or stage it used according to direc
----- I in the morning. Measuring from the I tions which accocJ .UtV aach package. Uon't
; sun to the zenith it is easy to calculate delay but send tor it it mice and write full EXACT COPT OF WRAPPCB..s .
SEE ENGRAVES TOMBSTONES. I[Particulars as to your condition and you
,
the number of hours remaining before will receive special advice from the discoverer '-. -.

y.... CA4Ua Girl WBO Hu B*> noon _i: your of case this without wonderful cost to remedy you beyond regarding the '' 'c": :'.__:_' ._.<;:.:: : C----___ :.: _::. -::-.__' :
| Queer Clause la a Will. i| regular price ot "SNUFFLES" the "Uuar-1
la Hovel "
Bzptrt a
on .a anteed Catarrh Cure. j
Capps'. I The last clause of a \\ill which was i Sent prepaid to any address in the t'nited
j filed for probate in Washington C., j States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar.
I Address IX-pL E6. EDWIN H. UILKS & COMPANY -
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The novel sight of a young woman one day latfly.&igiiiik-autly i says: "The i ,280 and *3tMuketo.t.: .Philadelphia.

working with mallet and chisel over a i net sum of $186.000 left by the will is __ __ ___ _u __ _
; the financial result of life of industry
a long
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tombstone be witnessed almost $15 to $18 Wetk.
may a - --- -
any day in Windsor, Out. She is Miss i and economy, and if ustd fur : salary for an intelligent man or woman in I
Alice Itigg- daughter of the owner of : good and useful purposes bf those to each town. Permanent position. 3>j cents
; whom it is now given is enough. And ; per hour for spare time. Mallufactunr.I'i I' I "Thou Shalt
the marble yard where she finds con- Box 7M. Philadelphia. ,i
if not so used is too much."-ChicagoTired si1
genial employment engraving inscriptions I
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on the tombstones, reports the - --- : L. ROBERSON, A. B. SMALL i PERFECT COXTESTMENT BOSS IX I

Chicago Chronicle.It i ROBERSON & SMALL. j jATTOHXEIS I DAINTILY SESfED, HAKE "A
was six years ago that Miss Rigg AT LAW. : Writs for Gz/jZejc of ISO a fercnt comtiaitiiMU.0.1'I 1t
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first She used began to to look work after with her the father'soffice chisel. LAKE CITY AND JASPEK, FLA. C"JlloryJr.'!, for a madtst dada I :

after school. One dull evening, i I Will do a general practice in State and I
,
Federal courts. Collections and convryanc-!
being lost for something to do, she i lug Lake City office: Second floor j
picked up the shop tools and chiseled !i! zant Block Ulsilvr.HEADACHE. \10-\\ v Y r

away for pastime. The agility and "II jS
cleverness with which she handled the i Vf1l SI
instruments surprised her father. She It

liked the novelty ia connection with I : ,f..'t. '

the experiment and it was not long that's all. No energy, no '' o t / tI ,
r.
until did the most
she of her father's
engraving. Now she U' his sole en- vim, no vigor, no ambition. h QJ-'t'"t' [
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graver. She dons the heavy canvas r The head aches, thoughts I I'HI l 1'4' ;
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apron used by the men and works out confused tails.
: are memory At all wri 25 DDK 25c. I,4T4)t
drug
in. the open with her father."I _
like engraving ana that's why Iam : Life becomes a round of '.

chiseling here to-day," said Miss work but half accomplished -
Rjgg to a reporter. "I would much I I 1cP :
rather work with the chisel than do i of eating that does GUARANTEEDUNDER* ,: / ) iilllPS

housework. : not nourish, of sleep that '
$5,000 DEPOSITR. '
I fails to refresh and of +
8a lrrU'' Carious Practice.Hev. i I R. FARE PAID
J. B. Wicks, of Paris mil, resting that never rests. "200 FREEr :: ad
writes as follows: A friend of mine That's the beginning of Scholarships offered. U !T IS \ t

saw lately a curious practice ,! Write quick to
among i nervous prostration."I ? "National Steel Rages are the
the It CA.'ALA.BUSINES3COLLECE.MaconlCa. .
gray squirrels. was in a parkin best made."
,
never had anything do me so much
Iowa where they are protected and : rood as Dr. Miles' Nervine. I was H. M. PRICE, Mobile: Ala.
behave in a very natural way. Early tired nervous, sleepless and worn-out "Abundance cf hot water always
in the and Nervine cured I know of
morning as he was watching i me. famished." L
them, cue came down to the ground nothing so.good for indigestion and &
W. R. EKixcHCBcT. CUrLsviile.
M Central Luildingup of the system.1'REV.T.P.NEESE KodolI
and fiUV; his paws with a fungus "After one year's hard service, #
growth at the root of the tree proceeded I F.l tbUl'D,Ga. I in perfect condition."
to wash his face with i( ,- 1
precisely
: FANNING OKPBA& ScaooL, Nashville.
as a person does with water :i i'- :. if .. "
He did u'gorous I Cure Not one-half the fuel requiredas
work the pieces of Dyspepsia formerly." t.
toadstool flying in every direction. Dr. Miles'Nervine MATRON VAKDaauiLT USIVEHSITV.
What was he doing it for was the
Digests what eat.
question my friend asked. I don'tknow you "Have never seen one I would
but no doubt the fellow was : i artificially digests the food and aids exchange it for." s sI
getting a clean face through the Nature in strengthening and recon B. P.STSATTOX Nashville.
structing the exhausted digestive or-
process and perhaps securing some I strengthens the worn-out gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
other gold that he only knew about.Americans I nerves refreshes the tired : ant and tonic. No other preparationcan t LET US SEND: \OU A BOOK OF /

,' approach it in efficiency. It instantly UONT EXPERIMENT jt lot BUY \\'
Ikot Interetted. brain and restores health.Sold : relieves and permanently cures

It was not really necessary declares by druggists on guarantee.Dr. i Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
the Chicago Tribune, for William Wal- Miles Medical Coy Elkha.1. Ind. I Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, STOVES IMHiII: M4\TUS
drof Astor to explain why he became : Sick Headache,Gastralgia.Crampsand CniU CUSSHAiE QhWSWAKE

-an LEingU4uu ao, -----_. I &Pricesoo.andn.11 other resutts Largesizeconuios2Htlmes of imperfect digestion. PHILLIPS & GUTTORFF ?

1rO HQ&Uilse.BooKalUbuttldyspepsianutUedlreeFr
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.EIGHTEENTH YEA( !-B 1

Beginning Sept. 30th, 1QO1.oir Tilpiarac d .+ 1:

M r.s rac clrJCGrf .,_=..cJ2.c.Jl'l I I

ourses, of four years,in lculturt'-Mechanlcal Engineering rCIa.sic
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:(;If T.atin-Srience. ,.. One year's, course in Hu"ln.-MenolITapby. 1I 1j
l Typrwrtting and Telrpraphy. A Preparatory course ot one or two years. "." j 1J
faI: as required, for those wishing to prepare tor the ollege. Post-graduate FJ' p 1I
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Courses are also uttered.Y V' $ J
Young men under Military discipline. Young women under reDoing I
home Influences at FosUr Hall, !( _
li Tuition tree to Florida students. Other expenses very smalL

M' Fine modern buildings and first class equipment i>1 ,
For catalogue address:

T. H. Taliaferro, C. E., Ph. D., "

g augl6 ..rPresident..


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SEABOARD AIRLINE THE BROWy PELICAM.Ufc TAKE YOUR CHOICE. ;

LM HI. Whit Brother Ik. Bird U '
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RAILWAY. -- Just take your choice. JAn -1 I
.)- Bird Lore has a beautifully illus- attack of Fever at ;: "

j r SERVICE trated article on Pelican island, in this time of year, with .1 i

;.; the Indian river, and the editor invokes Quinine aa the treat- ."'
eT'P r.24.f' .{l .I lid SU'l'THEltN DI : 2l I III the aid of the Jacksonville ment, means a week or : 1 I
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1010* T40p0p 4 20 p Jacksonville ....,-I-IU Times-Union in the effort to save days '
ala 9 lOOp Ar Baldwin .---.. _00.. 890 JI this harmless and I S .
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-' lllTp 949pISla .. -. Waldo_____-_ __ 9 OSp from Ii means ten days of
... 116 pit, 37 Gainesville_._ '00 11 40 a 1U it p the extermination that has already and .
e. __._.. ____...' 13 nnhappiuess for you 'q
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rr,':-' .{ IIi Slia SSSa ._-'._.. 'K811ver Ocala_Sprlng____...._.... h..Oo_,,_ 1J3: I:::I our coast. It is pointed out that the .and anxiety for those f.
It;s 9 137 a ---- 14 Wlldwood....__ __ __ .1 !I 411 1'1I 1'1-) looa420a brown pelican of Florida has now who love you.
__:.-.;.- 1 Lee..bllr&_.__. '00'1_I IUp-III UhiOa only one rookery which Is : This is putting it in its >
_.. -jtlIl&PI--. Tanru.___. :---.: : 3Ja so con 4R 4I.
lisp!!! 8 ----- s 9c pi+ venient to the reckless gunners that very happiest aspect It p :
11111,10 4k'i.... r. lu p. 1 to a might mean your death, ; :
_.. slaughter the .
TOO a; 4 50 al.! ...... I .Dade tltr.___.....m_._," b 4 P i during helpless periodof and it often means a
juua
11!a, lit pi'---?_ Plant City......__.__ .--"'- UU incubation is doing its appointedwork. I used Johnson's Tonic H ,
-i breakdown in
wio oip'..... .. --- 4i4p 5 lu a general hours Took it every three "
a' Tampa .._.. ___. I used Quinine for 10 days
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.. -- .16401' 6laa health from which hours Never felt better in g
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> :... iioa'usp I I am free of fever but Joel some ,
pi 1511 a The legislature would gladly add utterly wretched. I am recuperate very slowly.my life. Did not lot* all ;
--''pa P' suaIlUit! *Conectiotl made another good law to our statute deal as a pok Lost 10 If you are a rich man ounce anything.in weight. Can eat ..

_.-r- with Cumberland route at Fernandina steamers book, but has this Availed to save the I pound v your time is worth much -

leaving Fernandma 1:30 daily egret, the paroquet, or the pink cur- to your estate. If you '.
except Sunday arriving p.OI.Brunswick : lew? Until the people themselves are a poor man, your time is worth much more to your family. The rich .,:' [,
5 p. m. sternly repress such cruelty it will man might better afford to suffer a loss of $100.00 a day. asa result from en- ;:.
forced absence from business than the lose the value of his labor.
pour<< man can
continue in defiance of law, and it is
>
A 1. Both men-rich or poor-are stupid to lose 10 days when 24 to 48 hours is
N I tLeave Fernandina for Jacksou- better not to tempt defiance and en- in condition Johnson's Chill and : I
the limit of time required to put them good by
,T---1------ 17 aliosp ville 7:40 a. m.-and 4:50 p. m. courage the spirit of lawlessness. 1 Fever Tonic. -

; The Floridian instinctively revolts I always feel sorry for the family that is wedded to the plan of subjecting I.
.._._ 1! Arrivals at Jacksonville from the against any appearance of inhospi- themselves to the Quinine treatment :
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--: 331p North and East Xo. 37 8::.j a. m., No. tality. Too many are interested in The process is slow. The result uncertain. The treatment disappointing. ;
:t =:: u p r 9.laa.m.. No. 31 6:10 p.m. From seeking every pastime for those who Johnson's Tonic has two cardinal points that should immediately commendit I.f
m.4.j--o.--l o.'i P the West No. 2 725 p. m. From the to thinking man in this country.
..... care nothing for our future. We fear every
_ I 50 a South No. 2-1 at 8 a. m., No. tili at the must the of the I First of all, it is harmless. Absolutely harmless. Harmless under all cir
--- --- I pelican go way
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---- --- flamingo. I Second, it is quick; it acts at once. In 30 minutes after .its administration,
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----- it enters the blood and begins to undo the mischief caused by Mahrio.
J III the FU and Metropolitan Natare I. Klmd IB t
Limited vestibuled train between I 991) out of every .
It has a wonderful record of 17 years of success castes
wfciad New Yorlrda Richmond Washington including draw- Although coal is .scarce and forests j 1000 are promptly cured, and the 1000th case can be easily cured by doubling
'tfeinf and observaman buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonville I cease to grow many mil..aliouthward, the dose and taking it a little oftener

Ia't: I the people of the frigid zones of Norway | Johnson's Tonic is a wonderful medicine. It is not mere merchandise. It
Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train, consisting, of day have an inexhaustible supply of : is superb. No remedy in the whole domain of JUtoria Medica is more positivein

KlNB, baggage and express cars between Jacksonville and Wash-I I peat, which is more easily worked into I II its action and unfailing in its results.

atttPnllman sleepers between Jacksonville and New York. I shape for furl than eithrrcoal wood I It will cure. It will cure every time. It will cure every case of Fever. It

Key West and iiaranna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tues- and makes a hotter fire than either, will cure any type of fever. .. .
!j
._aday8jl:0p.! m. It is the one great medicine that seldom disappoints.Don't .
rites W. E. Curtis, in Chicago
11, deeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. ltecord'i trifle with Fever. If allowed to run it M like a house allowed to
.. at Pity Ticket office 202 W. Bay street. Telephone 260. HcraU. I'eat bog are found 1 burn-it will consume .'ou. Use Johnson's Tonic. Use nothing else.

_- <, JAS. M. BARB R. E.L. BUNCH where in arctic Norway, on the dcso- j Now, take your choice lie in bed for days, or maybe weeks, and poison
: .. .._. Gen'l Sup't Gen. Pas late table lands, on the rocky sides of ; your digestion with Quinine and arise finally with all the life and,urn taken

....,- Portsmoutha.. Agent. i I' the mountains, in the bottoms of the : out of you, or use Johnson's! Tonic and be restored at once to perfect health.

: Gen. Passenger Agent Jacksonville Fla. valleys, in the inhabited districts inland j :No loss of vital force. No loss of flesh. No waste of precious time. Take your
:\BSlatant I
the shores of the > choice.. ,
j I along fjordsi
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h. i and upon nearly all the islands. The i A. B GIRAKDEAU, Savannah, Ga. i iI
:| peat bogs of northern Norway, so far j|
UA SOUTHERN
& FORIDARIWY.WWANNEE I . .-- -
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as : ; l I.as surveyed cover an area of 4,630 i II i
I square miles, or nearly four per cent. '!
RIVER Fire
ROUTE
Storm Tornado and Insorance.
i of the surfae l of the entire country. i iI Cyclone as.I .


t-'t Schedule__ in Effect_ August 1st, 1901. I .!..*.... IA.*.d .f the l*.aeh. I II .. BEST AMERICAN AND FOREIGN INSURANCE

Almost all fruits and flowers have jI j COMPANIES nEPRESE TEl>-'""",,,- .
CTHBMJ tD. zll-a ijUick. p Diir I{I their legend. One about the peach i iI II II '.
Fly..r. Step NORTHBOUND Flyer
A.M. A.M. :I PM I com s from Japan and tells how a I Beat Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedyadjustmf'nts. Old in business.
:.. ; Ottice: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block.
pious old couple were search-I<
?f.... Macon U15 I S Lv. Pal atka 815v I poor
.,_ k1 D G1i1. Florlbomt 648 ing for food by the roadside. The .
l!t I BII.lruiti 7III Hampton 'illl'It woman found a peach, which she Chalker Small Agts.
:' t 05 1 5d 8amp'tOD (ity 745 ,
.'..."lV\eIlU t :10 1120 Late Butler 810yuo t would not eat of, though starving, j .
.>..-,- onele .,Y SO 1111I Lake. City I I : till she could share it with her bus- u_ .-- I
mix ,
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Arabl J 'bite Sprtng3Aakbuca II 'II '
: 'IG II 55 Jas""r 11.11"Itt04 band. He cut it exactly in half, P. J. BECKS ,
.?,.:\ ..00 1031 J.nnlnjCi 1041lUli when an infant leaped forth. It was
: 'I'1ftOl1 4 II:! Lake>iu It
3 U 433: 1055 Ar Valdosta 11 u5e one of the gods who had, he said CONTRACTOR J
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." del t 311 11 o.'i Lv Valdosta lint accidentally fallen out of the teach .BUILDER.. .
,JI"'artplne 4 41 11 ti H..artplne" 1155 .
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of heaven while
orchard
( Yaldasta Ii :6 11 iii Add ''I 12 Ulliwi pla.'ing.lIe I '-.1' II'
Y a1d.= Ii 3d 1157 Sparb told them to plant the stoue of '
Y e Park .- 3 69 I:7U Ar. TUtoD 1240 the peach and it brought, them happiness ...LAKE CITY FLORIDA... .
: Jeanngs 6I2 125u v. 'l'itton 1245 I'

_ :.JJn1te' If' 'i:Jasper Springs 7 825 Oil 111 I-IY A.hburn Arabl ,I II I 1 WISA friends and wealth._. u_ A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES.

i2,Lake City 73.'i till! Cordl'le 'I! Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 1 i
__. CALL ON ME BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KIND OF WORK.
Lake Vienna 211
8IIt\er I 9U 1:5 i I' Tablets cure biliousness, constipation I
IIIIOII City II16 Y 411 UnadUla"" :233
--- Ham ton II 00 3\1.1 GrovaOta : i and headache. They 'are easy to -- I-
i-.x.Y1ora ome 94S: 31: Katbl..n {Ii: I take and pleasant in effect. For. sale I I! ............ ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .:.... ..... ..... ...... i. ...... ...... ...... :. ;::: ; .
I'1&tb 10 25 4 III 'Ar. Macon 350A
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G. \V. Price.
by i iII. 1
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itIfllQ- ?. SCHEDULES AT_ JUNCTION POINTS. .____ __ 1- i. IjJV.1UGIIN s

-.m am la6Pt0 m pm I A. WILSON.
$I 1 II 00 I Ar 1V'aycroat I Iii Iill I '
12 'U I Ism i DEALER IX
malD: r LvTlfton .
pJl I I
lI f 111 I 31111 II p 111 Ar Thomasvllle Skl Beef Pork r
: fI5 11111 4111 1Iili1 I P m a m p.JI -- : SausageAnd
1311 I II 311 11 ,
m a m a& a II LY Valdosta I _, '
L1t- 1 :;:; 9 00 t3-13'Ar Thoma!vllle 1 81 11 00 I fJO
IKS 11111 1-15 tlO'lIliIIr mlamm Everything Handled by a First-class Butcher.
'1 Iilll 5 xi I IUII
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I Lv Ar Jacksonville Valdosta i j I 8 55 II M }I CITY MARKET, PHONE 43.

b-' nil am i \, 'j : Groceries-Ice Cream and Soda Water Parlor near the colored .
pm. Butler I
Lv Lake
111 I
3 III JackiOnnU. am _' .ttNDEll1f \ I Masonic Hall. au 30The ] <
pm
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I all p m 'Lv Samp..on City 3510 e.1 I '... : .. ....... TT TTTTTTT TTTTTTTT l
r II. ;Ar Gainesville. 1 :=7".o!". =' -,;' .:.:.::..:...........or"... .
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a Daily ezcrpt Sunday.- t Sunday only. 'IA'h,:-, J

I "Aa.through coach and Pullman sleeper between Macon and J.l;.k- a
i* sad through coach and local bleeptr between Macoa and PalaUdi i FIRST.cLA.5
and remains In uniou urlwtua returnStep" [ ? I
i flacon union depot IIkI p. m. 7JEIL If
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WOMEN'S ANDCHILDREN'S
In solid trainbelrenMaeoa and Palatka. Only MEN'S.: .
CBECKLEY SHAW, C. 15 RHODES !
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tkt-freaident, General Passenger: Agent, .keC1tY'. F'la. I 1-
.'< MACON. GA. Collins anti Caskets all Sit"'e" Dilli I 1'j

BALL T. P A, HARRY BURNS, F. P. A., I Prices. Orders Promith FilKd. ;;

"lIo e, AtlantaGa.; 201 W. B.iy St., Jacksonville, Ha.Ii I Men's CLOTHING FINE House &


THEOLDJlELIABLEjLIVE
SUITS HATS,

Pant ftystem. i iu1Jreat. OVERCOATS UNDERWEAE,

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: NECKWEAR in Georgia

Through Car Line From_ Florida. I!> FINE. PTJHNISHINQS.. [

: 4 CONNECTIONS: SHIRTS, Etc. 1 .
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The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond and ;I -
st: Washington. Ladies' This is guaranteed J'

} The Southern Railway, yia Savannah, Columbia and by futile imitation by .-..-
1l.. J I Silk and Flannel
Washington. very competitor, and
SHIRT WAISTS
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I OUR
-l-J STOCK FOR TAILOR-MADE confirmed'by the
.. The Southern Railway via Jes. lIp, Atlanta, Chattanooga

That Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.and Ashville.. I' 1901-02 Rainy-Day and Dress Largest Patronaf
Columbia
The Savannah,
Souther R't.wia Skirts Underwear, of the People.
;'t yl) The Mobile &; Ohio R. R. via Montgomery. I I TM9Ud ,. Offers every possible Neckwear <

to careful Hosiery Corsets K
for New advantage
". Via'Savlnnahand Oc'ean Steamship Company I I Wraps of Every Style. -
and economical dress
and Boston
York Philadelphia j
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.)1 1' Via Via Norfolk Savannah for and New Merchants York Baltimore& Miners and Transportation Washingt I IPo i i'h OAKWHISKEY I ers at Boys'jirls'and .


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Co. Overcoats,
:-J Via: Peninsula and Occidental Steamship I I
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y .. I ID !I WE SHIP I C. 0. D. Hats Caps Jackets', Hosiery

Steamship Underwear and

:.} Ala Line Boston for and Halifax Canada, Ilawkesberry, Atlantic and and Plant Cbarlottestown..t I SOFTENED 'BY AGE. i To any Express Office and examination privilege Furnifihinn.Carharf .

gives you every facility for personal selection.
laid Ida! allIIufa Elposi6oo.
'. I htrdid ,! t.
I
: ':-IP SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS.account Pan-American Flpojtlon.. ISTHE BEST AND PUREST OLE AGENTS Union-Made Overalls.B.II.LEVY&BRO.SavannahGa.. i
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it excanlon rates to Buffalo. N. Y. s
r. 10 bit Niagara 'all'l- underblgned will be liberally WHISKEY SOLDIN

f.- '....bat rm.ixxioa and handsome the advertising matter.Y I THE SOUTH.

t*. to Eatei, Sleeping ar Beservaiions. etc..call on or w rite to LIVE OAKDISTILLERYCO

,I',M.louJ'. DlY1l1lon Passenger AgL'nt.Jacltson\1lle. rIa. TUB .

"-T. '. '1 Superiateadent.B' 12B W.Bay Str.-Astor Block. W., Waxxx, Pasllo TraMe savund.Mgr..Gaf CINCINNATI. U. S. A. I H H24a

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IL 8 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established I 4 4 t:

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"I Summer Rates. ir4
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'ys lie Drinks The Best Lowest straight and summer tour- "

r 1 1r I ist rates, to the north, west and Nine.. -I HERB1NE ii
V 'via the Louisville and
southwest
and BO, will you if you purchase -

I. your Christmas stock" of Nashville Nashville R.R.RThe R"offers Louisville the lowest and Tenths .' .,_ .. ._ .:-_
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I Wines and Liquors of us. We straight rates to all points throughout .
: have the purest and the best. the north, northwest and south- of Pure Juices from Natur 5:
They are the best for .you to west, and summer tourist tickets to $.

buy,and you will find no' fault, all through lake the and north mountain and northwest resorts, al- all the EGULATES the Liver Storach

Q.- ; with our prices. .We sell-the 1 so to.the._Pacific coast. Through sad$ ,
-, finest brands at lowest prices'W. sleeping car tickets sold to Cincin- PeopleSuffer Cleanses ills S stem,Pl rifses 8ia( -
nati, Louisville, Nashville, St.Louis,

M. PEMINCTON( Chicago tailed information and New ,Orleans.of the perfect For de- CURES Maaria! BiliD1nes! ,Ccns tiJ

passenger service offered by the L. Stomach and
ii i -- LAKE CITY. FLORIDA & N. R. R. showing through sched- from a ImpaIled. II_. : _
ules, sleepfng car lines,and for rates,
reservations and any desired Inform- DiseasedLiver Erery 8ame SllUutu to Eire fiifa1t" l
ation, call on or address, B. H. Hop .
I JVUCHa soT raE HM"' b
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bOtbO '01100 170D'1i1' 10 1 kins, Florida passenger agent, Jacksonville + > ,03.$ y
O OOtbO bO bOlbO IOOO bOd00m0 OmOt10 00 1/0 b0 b0 d0 ,, Fla. CV L. Stone general PrWe.GOCenta. : 1 J.

> passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. !:'
q 1 Watchmaker Prepared by JAMES f.BALLAST,St.LMdife..' Js
m Evidently the President intends
Jeweler and Optician. that the civil service law shall be en- -oi: "-

m ; forced. Attorney-General Knox has Sold by Geo. W. Price. [

@ That Is our ss-and1l'eare'd lng.@m. just issued a warning to the officers ,

our best to please you and give and emi,loyes-of the department of ,
the best service.
justice on the subject.
fR.J
m Everything we do we warrant cannot
be done better anywhere. .: ftiiillmmrrlHrillmi. .. .. -
u Everything we sell we guarantee and .\UI The World'Greatest Fever ;
...11. protect you in your purchase in ev. ..11"UI Medicine.' '
\ cry way-In Prices and In Quality. \UItliJ ..
Graduate Optician-Scientific fitting of 'fJj Johnson's Tonic does in a day what
thi Spectacles.a Specialty Musical Goods. Engraving .;x slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. i Spring and Summer I
IJ.P Its splendid cures are in striking con-
ifI iI>> trast with the feeble cures mabe by
y Your wants of every kind can be fill here promptly as! satis :: !
'. .ROBT. T. RADFORD. Quinine. -:t:4: factorily. The largest and most beautiful collection .of Billiterywi ."'f; I
F.649.WHITE'S If you are utterly wretched, take a bare, ever presented awaits you. '
thorough course,of Johnson's Tonic 1
mX and drive out every trace of mala- m i SPRING AND SUMMER HATS .: 1
rial aoisoning. The wise insure their
lives and the wiser insure their m Together with a complete line of all kinds of first-class Millinery :} !
health by using-Johnson's'Chill and awaits your pleasure. Out-of-town orders receive prompt atteatloa.s. :
fever Tonic. It costs 50 cents if it m
CREAM cures; not one cent if it does not !
T !' MRS. L. T. FUNS... .f 1
'V V 'ORMS. ERMIFUCEIII""U m. 3 j jtmm'
) In QIl llUty. ne.t hi Qualit1. .
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W. n. Ives Jr. "
Dr. ;...0.0..... .
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For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. t ._... .-..

BOLD BY ALL DRVG'GXSTB.ilia PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON. __ _,_ ___ J
by--r. JAMES F. BALLARD, It. Louis. '
LAKE CITY, FLA. PHONE 118.jJ. .
Sold by Geo. W. Price. I : ,


1.. D. CALLAWAY BROKER TomDston s Monum tsl 1 !)

I REAL ESTATE AND
Carriage Maker and Undertaker : INSURANCE AGENT

l.ak. City. Fla. Georgia Vermont and Italian Tlarble.Granl ;
c tans and Caskets always on band at reasonable prices. Prompt. li
attention to CALLS Day or Night Telegraphic orders promptly attended I --- ,- e Monuments Headstones,Tablets.Statuary Also Steel and '
to. Wrought Iron Fences. Parties needing Marble work will find itt to
FINEST_ HEARSE IN THE CITY. OTIS R. PARKER, their interekt to write us for designs and prices. All Work QmnaUetValdosta .


t Attorney At Law. Marble Company

.LAKE CITY, FLORIDA. VALDOSTA GEORGIA. lymarl1 -

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DR. E. RIVIERE, =--- --' -- -- -


Office upstairs DENTIST in the rear of Price's Drag di itg Bottling

-' Store. LJUEE: CITY.FLA o I Lake

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DR. J. L. NIBLACK . ompiagiUWSLST .

-,- I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
= Residence Phone Ho. !1.
DEALER IN-
Buggies and Wagons for sale and Built to Order. General Repair- Headquarters at WI I'II Drugstore. All fRUiTS -
a specialty. All work guaranteed. Carriage material for sale,also messages left here will be
agent for Marble Monuments and Grave Stones. 4 promptly attended to.

." J. A. FISHER, : .LAKE CITY, FLORIDA.All Cool Drinks, Fruits, Vegetables -

s 113-117 HAMILTON STB. LAKE CITY, FLA. -- --- - -
e Tobaccos Cigars,
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B, OLIVER,

ATTORNY-AT-LAW
-- Nuts Raisins Apples,
UHII CITY PLA. ,
COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONSA

SPECIALTY. : I s \ It t And Fine Candies.1UXl'FACTt'RERS .
Practice In all State Courts.prompt attention
to all Busines. Mortgages and Deeds
drawn and acknowledgements taken.
AND BOTTLERS OF
MISTER IK CHASCEBY FOR
Southern Janl-98) COLUMBIA COU8TT. Soda Water Sarsupurllla. Strawberry Ginger Ae
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Seltzer Cider. Etc.

I I H. He Be Geo. J. Davis, Manager.
0. Got dot
C. Cauikt C.....

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C \11\ Care : ,I, SUMMER HEAT |:

DIRECT LINB-QUICK TIME2 TO case with I.
The thermometer will goon be climbing to the Sum .
H.G.C. mer heat mark. You will soon be wishing you cuuld
I WASbllQ ton, Ballh ort, Philadelphia, .... G- contrive.to get along without that awfully hot range. ti
new Vori, Chicago, flltllUtl aaat'ft \oucan.TRY
Birmingham -- --
"tolls"lt, flilaata, cuaE. A AME.
Uttuood, tntnpbis, St. tOIls, I41SU fUy. I to 3 fey Express*. 'Slat ptepaW.lideeib DrRIliit. or BLUE F p O c

'AND ALL POINTS BAST AND WEST. bAGf "t-inti & Blue Flame makes an ideal neat for cook Ing-quick.
.uw oaLaaltL u. convenient and economical We have Stove you w ant
For sale by George W. Price. It costs but little and ia a great labor saving device .&.1: -
NO OTHER MNB.-AHHORDS SERVICE UIKB THIS All sizes-witn or without cooking uteo l1s. ,
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THE NEW. YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS

AND THE U. S. FAST MAILTo !Goo. S. Hacker & SonBuilding I O.O

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I I II I : Try You
THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITEDTo 1

th.. West and North-Woast. an can O
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The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot Iron
Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the I II Afford |
World. Through Sleeping Cars.from Jacksonville t. I I II O King"
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.. Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina. II I IYou'll

ebokt; of Routes to Pan-flmcrlcai Exposition, Bnf4! n. Y. I
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Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cu,ThToogh
I II
Coaches. Excellent Dining Car Service. MANUFACTURERS OF : Have Better Meals, and the Cook a Better Teffiper.I .

Through Trains via the Southern Railway ate Operated in Connection with
iae.'s I Doors r Sash UliM Mou1ings I d i iI carry the most comple line of roclery. Querns-
the Plant System from Jackson\ ware and Tin-ware in the city Just what you. want
prices the lowest considering quality ot goods.TinRoofino o
""%. for Bkt'a,Schedules and Information.call on address I ---AND---

W. T.COSBY.TrlnUn,1I FaMenger Agent,108 W,Bay 81,JACKSONVILLE, ;TLA. : Material. : and Guttering a Sc6iaItll.

8.H.HARD WICK General Puienger igt., W.U.TA Y LOE,.1i!&. .PUi..ig!., i I CHARIiSSTO4 I. S. C.
WASHINGTON D.C. ATLASTA, OA.

I LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. LJ. D. STR E ETY.r
April astb, 1901. \I marla Send lor Prices. ryriwi .

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