The Citizen=reporter
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 Material Information
Title: The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title: Citizen reporter
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.L. Dodd
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042460
oclc - 33283557
notis - AKN0324
lccn - sn 95047172
System ID: UF00065510:00054
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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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clZ ,>sab.lall4l J Aag.s4lsoo LAKE CITY, FL'A.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1901. Vol.28"No.6 "


y" t. the Most 't\ Oa account of the South Carolina,
Inter-State and West India Exposition '

[Oaf_ of Your Food the Plant System will sell excursion .

Too don't and can't'if your etomach tickets until May 81, to I =

icak. A weak stomach does not dials FOLLOW THE CROWD Charleston from all points oa Its

t that js ordinarily token into it. l.nes, at very low rates The rate

feu tired easily, and what it fails to from Lake City are 115.55 for.U.keU

la wasted. I I The people always appreciate good bargains-go with limited to return June 8, and
__ the signs of a weak stomach the peoDle and you won't go w" ong. Look in oa us whether 13.50 for tickets limited to return,
lueaoneaa after eating fits of nerheadache J in need of DRESS GOODS, .l ,and disagreeable belch- ..fII'Iftj it. You are always sure of the! lowest prices and goods
In no case will limit exceed p
l are just as represented. We have opened up the most
j have taken Rood's SarsaparllU at complete stock of DRY (J001;3. CLOTHING, SHOES, and R aI June 3, 1802. For further partI ia-
reat times for stomach trouklta and a NOTIONS ever displayed in this market. Inspect our 1 us call on J.O.Harris ticket agent
j dews condition or tile system,and harejpsfeatiy
line before eLsewh
beneBteJ by It* use. I would purchasing re. i r address F. M. Jolly. Division Paa- ;i
[without It 111 mJ !amil!. I am trou- 'alp t!nger Agent, Jacksonville. B. W. 4
peciaUy in summer with weak: storo- Porter tkeClty.odFla stand J. L WELL!) & COMPANY. "Vrenn, Passenger Traffic> Agent,
nausea and ttnd Rood's Sarsaparilla f ayannah, Ga.
ls." I:.Rllirciuii. W.Vbester.Pa.

's Sarsaparilla Bradford county has let the coo

and Pillsand tract for a 112,300 court house to &

toae the stomach and I Montgomery, Ala., firm.
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w digestive system. MAY-PAUNCEFOTE TREATS have been illogical. As other powers STATE NEWS ITEMS. % Plump cheeks, flushed with the

.,; -- are not to be permitted to prevent soft glow of health, and,a pure coral -
of storms I
ent reports big on
the construction of the canal lulon make all women beautiful.
Pacific lead us to wonder if Sea The new Bay-Pauacefote treaty, : J. E. Parish, of Lynchburg Va., iso 'erbine imparts strength and vital .
to consult them would be
Boot ha not prevailed upon which was submitted to the Senate folly. '. erect the addition to the state Uy to the system, and the rosy huaif
feather Bureau to help this dei i'yesterday, i5th instant) differs from The new treaty does not give the capitol for $425,793, the lowest of << health to the cheeks.J Price >Wcfnts.
United States, in direct language, G. W. Price.AttorneyGeneral.
,neat. make expenses oa those I the treaty signed February 5th, 19UO, I :even bidders. .
the canal but it -
right to fortify the ,
kettag congresmen that have I in only two particulars-both omissions. Lamar seem ta
does not deny that right, and under Now that orange packing is well
boarding on army transports The treaty that was-rejected have the advantage in Florida's Dew _
the houses the
;he circumstances the absence of j!nn, large packing on
: so long at ILOOperday. W e do prohibited the United States from negation is equivalent io perimssion. lanatee river at Manatee, Ellenton congressional district. He is a strong '-
that the storms have erecting' any fortifications that I and would the
E imagine The old treaty forbade the construction and Palmetto are running full blast man ably represent -
:the colons much time to eat or would command the canal or the I. third district. He has for many
h. time ,to keep down what they waters adjacent. The new treaty is I of fortifications. The new'purposely Prospectors are boring for oil in ; years been an important factor la i
does not forbid it. There
'$ silent as to the question. The re- iHscambia, Franklin, Sumter and Florida politics.Metropolis.. k
could be no purpose in striking out Citrus counties. We shall soon knowf
"-l ----- jected treaty proposed that the ad-
eVPilules are a guaranteed hesion of other powers besides the the prohibition except to permit the Florida has petroleum along with For mosquito biter, bites or stiegt

t for all forms of Malaria, Ague, United States and Great Britain be construction of fortifications. While aer other riches. of insects, animals reptiles, apply13allard's
find Fever Swamp Fever, Ma- not specially giving the right to t"=
invited. The new treaty makes no for-I Arcadia has secured the locationof Snow Liniment. It counteracts -
1";Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaun- reference to other powers.The tify the canal the omission of the the poison in the wound,
,BllioU3oe, fetid breath and a prohibition is equivalent to an assurance Baptist State Orphanage. subdues the inflammation and heal ;
listless feeling. They cure last omission saves possible that if it is decided to build The city gives 40 acres of land, and. the flesh. Price 25 and 50 cents. O.
tiara and the lassitude fol- complications and delays. No pow- fortifications England will not object. the citizens donated *?,IOO. of which I Ii W Price.
blood poison produced from ers except Great Britain and the Irs. Florida King gave Jl.OOO. t.ti4
il poisoning. No Quinine. United States were parties to the This is as much as could have been i I Mr. Roosevelt has been credited t
Snealc Acids or Iron. Do not which the expected, and ought to be taken as.I Under an act of the last legislaturethe with an ambition to capture the solid _
Clayton-Bulwer treaty,
t stomach or teeth. Entirely removing the objections to the trea- state administration has refundLd -, south and control the national aa- ,
is intendedto
fetes ,. Price,SOc box. Dr. Hay.Pauncefote treaty
per ty. The Senate should act as s peedily -i the state's 7 cent bonds with
per I f chine, and now the English Review F
Moore Co., No. 310.North Main supersede. Of course if they are
t. :$t. Louis Mo. Geo. W. to be consulted now their refusal to as possible in the matter of rati- .m issue bearing 3 per cent. This of Reviews comes forward with the

-, :gistnur'OMyr accede to the treaty would have to ication, and then Congress should -epresents a large saving to the tax suggestion that by the exertion of a
be if they should refuse. hot delay"- action on the bill for the layers of the state. little diplomacy, he may capture

imitation construction of the ,canal.-'fines- Great Britain and her colonies, aed
An to them to acquiesce The recent loss by fire of the plant '
Jnion & Citizen. IIf the Gainesville Sun is unite all in one grand republic. 1t
would be an. acknowledgment of their' deeply re- z
AND BRICK I rights-the right to refuse as well a* retted by the entire state press and i -
POLITICAL ITEMS. I : You Know What You are Tskla,
After conced" hundreds of individuals thaoughout
'VXOUSALB AID UTAH.B. the right to assent. When you take Grove's Tasteless z: ='
in the matter, to Florida. The loss Is estimated at :
their rights
ing Chill Tonic because the formula#s-;. :
THOMPSON. have proceeded with the construc- It is rumored that lion. J. M.3arrs 8.0CO:, with little insurance. The lainly printed on bottle sktw -w.-
tion in spite of their objections. would of Jacksonville, will be a candidate aper will be printed in the office of j i ug that It is simply iron and quinine !i7-
.he Hill Printing Company until the !
for in Col. Bob i iiun's
congress In a tasteless form. No cure na pay. Jff..:
Davis's distrIct.-Ocala Banner. new outfit arrives. >>J'
cents. "
I The Tallahassee Daily Capital I' The Stockmen's Association ot = S-:
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DEWEY DID IT-1 strongly advocates the claims of'.)ceola county was dissolved re- ,," "" .>'-

Attorney-General Limar as a candidate -j :ently It having accomplished the I

r for congress.-Gainesville News. ', abject for which it was organized,
being ready and by'having nerve enough to go ahead. The Lake City Index thinks Frank | tamely the suppression of cow I Seal Quart j y

want to see how this particular work is applied succeed Sen- tealing. Since its formation three
Adams just the man to I
_"the Liquor business test our Whiskies, Wines I i ator Mallory. Is it a foregone contusion gears ago the Association had col- Belle of Nelson RyeCRABB'S : :

j, and Beer. We have the right goods and courage that Mallory will not succeed ', ectedandexeided. j,200 in crimi- AT r il"
himself? Bradford Telegraph. ul prosecutions.Th
to make the right prices onJJR t
Commenting on the announce- ?: Stite TVa.-hers' Convention

ORDERS : nent that ex-Senator Call will be a Mill he held at Ocala: from December.I For $1.QO : :

HOLIDAY I candidate to succeed Senator Mallory .,th t,. ::is t. A thousand Florida .

the Palatka Advertiser says, teachers are expected to attend whov ',\ ,
a. W. Coxe Lake City Fla. "the Hon Wilk. is like the Boers; ;ill be met by educators of national i

I he gets licked often enough, but beon't : renown. Dr. T. DeWitt Talmage The Tampa Tribune favors; HOB. : .; "

stay licked.:: I will lecture durfbg the convention, I\ E. Harris, the brilliant editor of f .
and probably the presence of some
L The Tallahassee Capital thinks the Ocala Banner for United State '
:uwoUmmmmu the politicians of the state are greatly other celebrities will be secured. Senator. Mr. Harris is one of the ';

underrating the strength \Vilkia- The railroads will give the teachersa brainiest men In the state,and ahoutt IS '
HOME MADE CANDY son Call will show if be becomes a rate of one and a half cents mile. he reach that exalted position tha "
be the
convention to
The promises
candidate for the United States senate people of Florida would never have a et .

LEWIS CANDY COMPANY in a pilmary. It recalls' the most important educational gathering cause to regret It. .GilaestiUa.Uews. t.
|.C. E. held in Florida, and the
fight of 189301: which be won, single- : yet .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS handed and alone, without the assistance I Brick City is making great prepara- 4"'
ions for it and for the entertainment

c Cream Parlor and Quick Lunch Orders. ft prominence.of a lie'single canvassed politician the state of of the visiting teachers, says 'HUMPHREYS' w

in his shirt sleeves, and if be decides an exchange.
; to be a candidate in the coming Acting under the liberal charter I

Fr.ah OyaUra Packed UP non In Porcelain MO. 104 PaCking Cans. nl-'glawa +UI primary he will do it again. We incline \granted by the Legislature at its' Witch Hazel Oil
: to agree with our contemporary late session, the promoters of the .. iY
umm> : that the vote aroused by such a Florida Ship Canal have brought the I

I canvass would astonish many of the I subject to the attention of northerncapitalists THE PILE OIKTMENT. ,

) old political inhab.tants.-Tdmpa: I. and indications are favorable One Application Gives Relief.
Herald. to an early subscription of
> the $100,000,000) required it is estimated .
------- It CURS Piles or H uorrboid -ExtarMl
> M. E. WRICHT. to build it, says the Pcnsaco or Internal Blind or Bleeding ItcUbf at
> la Journal. The Florida Ship Canal Burning Futures tad Futotes. Relief .
) LAKE CITY, FLA. has office in New York .
> Company an mediate-Cure certain.i -' ,
I City and from that vantage grounl I i e lt cures Bums art Scalds TIt rdM ;:

HAR'DWARE.SAWS Fa the indefatigable efforts of SenatorA. instant. .,

The Farmer S. Mann, the director, who has I I, It cure Inflamed of Caked Breuta"

The Gardenerand given most attention to the project, Sore Nipples Invaluable.It .
::1 1Fs floitfe Fnfni$hiqg i qood$ FILES, bid far to bear fruit before the I cure Salt Rhram Tetters, Scwfy f
Fe Btbtn
The Housewife inter is over, and surveying parties Eruptions, Chapped Hands tr *

>s 1' DVELS. CROCKERY and TINWARE.LOCKS an than TheyeMtaUttttBun.Wont(jig gfjJloATY. trtal 4tol<" Tae man 8oldmcjmton. nny be in the field next spring. I|j Sore Sore and Lips Chafed or Nostrils.Feet StufS Cons of BaI i..ions.. I
nut aaaiiti Ink -- .
Mosquito Bites tad Sunburn*

fl delI lIl Tie B Best I fll nt lowest 1 Price P Possible.s i I D..M. FURY. Hloh.A CO.Detroit. Bears.OASTOn.A... hi H afftoiiM I E SaU Three kj Dnfglstt Sfsee\ .w 9fic.scat srntU.fl0o.r an,.-,'LOG trfsilta,

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PENCIL AND SCISSORS. I I mir The land specuutt'Jr_ ill soon be in I Some one rlas,unkind dwgh to ,

j t \\4 clover in the Philipj.iass. There are' ask if David Nation would now take __
r I Run ud sweat \ of land in the .
( his
over90,000,0(10acres maiden
I name since
have effect
no on securing'that
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Boston went Democratic'; K
Perhaps harness treated '1.L Philippine islands, and, while it is I divorce. _
with Eureka Harness /
just to be different. |t OU. It resets impossible to say with auy accuracy I j __

The foolish turkey continues to keep the the damp leaih.,' t (' how much of the land id owned by 1 1 j l DeWitt's Little Early RieT4 never

eat corn and grow fat. 'J1 : Stitches I gentle, effective in <
.. do not break. \ Ih \. at least 50 cent will come under removing allh -
There is one thing about Florida Noronghsar- \ ( per purities from the liver and bowels

.. 'f"I"\ 1,1) I I! weather; it is full of variety. and face cut.10 chafe Theharness \ )'IlJ\,.' k the classification of public domain. or small distress ami easy.to IL take.Wise.Never gripe .

r1x. not \ S
Secretary Root has decided to cmly keeps \.. \. \ \ Mothers everywhere praise One -

abandon advocacy of the army 1 looking but like Minute Cough Cure for the sufferings course it was to be expected i.1Of
(Q \ \\4' canteen. :Slow .if he will do some- f wean t.ice f it relieved and the lives of their that Money w(uld talk whet .ttat
ulongbylhe 1 i i little ones it saved. Strikes at the I '
thing to abolish intemperance Eureka canal treaty rot before the *
: Pierce's Favorite Prescription and among tee Harness Oil '\, root of the trouble and draws out the _-- senate;: .1.
in itS will work : commissioned officers he will render ipflammation. The children's favorite -
perseverance use wonders -
C. M.
for the most hopeless woman. If his country a great service. i cough: cure. A. R. Wise. Phelps,Pofestdale, Vt,,Ban j
Mrs. Newton whose letter is given I I --- --- his child was completely cured of a ,

below had not persisted in its use, she During the second day's session of Sold t\ bad case of eczema,, by the"use,

might never have known the happiness'of Congress Senator Taliaferro intro- I e.cryaheze in can_ t \ -ti I i France is still disturbed over her DeWitt.9 Witch Hazel Sahe.

.perfect health. Perhaps the reason duced a bill providing for a public I all sires \ k decreasing birth rate, and nov prop *are of all counterfeits. It of'j-j-
for her persistence was because she used ilutebyStandard I to make marriages free as relieves '
"last building in Gainesville to cost $liS, OilCompany \ + \ :s-=s A piles. A. It Wi ?. :
"Favorite Prescription" as a re- will not -
remedy for it. But that -- -
sort." Fliysicians had failed. If"Favor- 000. It is understood that the Flori-
ite Prescription" could not help there da delegation will at this session of suffice as long as it is the French "The few have: na right to the lu. .

was ncthing to hope for. It did help. It Congress make a determined effortto --. --- idea to change the course of nature.' uries oJ life while th&many are ,derf

always helps and almost always cures.. in that as in everything. nied its necessities," says Elizabeth .f4'*
this This
It establishes regularity, dries weaken- 8 cure appropriation. It remains tCLbs seen whether >or

ing drains,heals inflammation and ulceration bill or one introduced for a similar not this talk of electing Mr. Carne- -- Cady Stanton., There is a great 4.

and cures female weakness. It purpose came near passing at the gie president of Columbia college to If you are troubled with inodorous deal of truth and wisdom inlhisl =

imparts strength and elasticity to the last session of Congress.FOR succeed Seth Low will have the desired breath, heart burn. flatulency, head- in view of the fact that the. system 4

organs of maternity and makes the ache acidity, pains after eating has been in vogne since the
baby's advent practically painless. -- ---- effect of establishing terminal beginning
i"55 of appetite, persistent melancholy of time
SA1. we.don't see just what
When I consulted in I
you April. 11199. was facilities with the gentleman's
in health," writes Mrs. E. H. Newton, of or low spirits. You need a
poor \\ are going to do about It.Comhnskers' 1 1'e
Vauburen. Aroo>otook Co. Maine "Had been pocketbook. tonic, a few doses of Herbine will .
sick all winter, End to add to my trouble. was Stock and truck farm mite give the recuperative force to
one ---- you
the to .which the doctor said
road maters
,. on ty When have 'Tio appetite do remove these disorders. Price 50 sprained wrists, \
would end my days. I was almost discouraged: from the court house and college you ,
did not expect any hulp. but thought the end not relish your food and feel dull cents. G. W. Price. barbed-wire cuts and sprains,or cgts -i
matter of time, and-oh I two one-half mile from the city high
was onlv a my after know that
eating you may you from other are
little, motherless children. ------ any cause, quickly 1
poor"H was in this condition that I began the use school, west end of Duval street, need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach In a recent speech Hon. Joseph healed when Ballard's Snow Ointment .
of your wIllable medicine. On receipt of your paved nearly all the way-about 235: and Liver Tablets. Price 25 "
letter of April 6th my husband purchased six cents. Samples free at G. W.Price's Chamberlain said: "I might die to- is promptly applied. Price, .i:
bottles of Favorite Prescription'aud Golden acres-mostly hammock land, never- It 25 and 50 cents. Geo. W. Price.
Medical Discovery' and 1 used it as you I drug store. moirow and Ibis great empire of our rJ">!:.
directed. When you wrote me words of encouragement failing springs brooks and lakes ;

benefit from the on April medicine zjih but I had determined received as no a cottage of four rooms, good water on I George CTould declares he is an op- must father be, would consoling still- remain.to the,. British It- Statistics show that 312,000 arrests I.
last resort to give it a fair triaL I am now taking the porch; large hay and stock barn timist. And it must be confessed drunkenness were made last year
the thirteen and last bottle. I have a I public to be thus assured on this
lowly baby girt three weeks old, that weighed once used as a tobacco barn; all manner I George has something to be optimistic in the 129 largest cities of the coun ,.

lug n)4 pounds at health birth.thanks My baby to and I wonderful are enjoy' of farm implements and ma about. I point. try. In view of the fact that this U .j
perfect your ---
.to which I believe I owe my life." chinery. Will sell on four years' I I __ _._ _u__ only about one jag for every twenty
Dr Pierce's stimulate the liver. Trespass notices can be secured at
Pellets I Lewis: Vkerraan, Goshen, Ind: citizens
time or five annual installments, at 7 we seem. to be getting
this office with name.
DeWitt's Little Early fusers never your '
cent. along fairly welT after alL
hend me double like other pills, but ==
AN ILLINOIS SNAKE. Also about forty city lots, all corner !IJo their work thoroughly and make -- ---

.. lots lOoxliVi feet, on Monroe Columbia : me feel like a boy." Certain, thorough Do you suffer from piles? If so do

'ra--clt lp Quarters la Ne'npape. r Alachua, Dade, 1stJ, 3J j gentle. A. ft. Wise.j \ r not turn to surgery for relief [)eoWiu'li
Office and Epela U.. I Witch Hake will cure more: 1
Mice. I and 4th and streets,just between the College j When you come to think about it,' quickly, surely and safely,saving you
the School.
City High
Also the eld Peabody school lot of !i it seems strange that President Harper the expense' and danger of an opera '
tion. A.R. Wise.
Every well-regulated printing office one acre-easy terms, installments, 1! of Chicago, didn't: make connection aWhile i
has a watering can iu which water is one, two and three --- l
years. j with that $IO,0OuO of Mr.
kept to wet the t .pt'. For want ofa A No a 40.acre farm I1 miles from |I! ,Carnegie's.: boring for oil tatter bas -j

better place the one in the Home town, on Seaboard Air Line ILiil-1 I been struck ia the Desert of Death

Journal omce is usually kept on a road. V. B. MOODIE d-13-lt i from
i Extreme hot weather is a greattax which arid waste extends Oklaj
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window sill; on the north side of the -
upon the digestive power of ba- homa almost to California. And :;,
room. One day during the recent W. T. Wesson, Oholsonville, Va., '
bies when and feeble
drought two of our printers were druggist! writes: "Your One Minute'! should: be given puny dose of White's they-I Removes all Corns,Bunions and Warts, there are those, no doubt, who wilt '

sitting on their StOOlS at this window Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction. i 'ream Vermifuge.: a Price 25 cents.G. without pain,speedily:and permanently \ claim that this is- the direct result
sticking type, when they were nearly My customers say it ia the.; W. 1'rice. a AU tiir DruiTKtJM i$uu> Coax sell ABBOTT'S pAon.fe a of President Roosevelt's irrigation -

'petrified by the sight of a snake best remedy for cough-*, coM, -. .- I LIPPaA BROS.* c,, mesEage.CASTOn.rA.
pro I and lung troubles." A. 1:. WKe. I yp' : ._
truding its head above .the sill: from II A I'rovi I / Brock, .
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the outride. The buys almost broke get a corner on beans. In Boston \ 1
If you want to go up against a1 i / V Abaft 8a;}I.
their necks in getting away. Uruch that would he conidircd sacrilege. -the : 'j

ing over into tie,pan, the snake tooka real game of chance just bet jour !i -- -- --- 13tg ctt !

good drink, and, before the startled I money on the kind of weather iti I GREAT LUCK OF' AN EDITOR. Qftue i

printers could secure a club with will be tomorrow. It is the most uncertain j "For ho years all efforts, to cure -_. --- .
which to dispatch the reptile, it had thing iI
guing. i iI Eczema in the palms of my hands _
disappeared, says the Lacon (Ill.) i ii i failed," writes Editor II. N. Lester,

Home Journal Thousands suffer with torpid liver of Syracuse. Kan., "then I was
The next day at the same hour the wholly cured by l.ucklen's Arnica ::1
producing great depression spirits, I NORMAL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
snake came for another drink and Sahe. It's the world's best for
this*.was repeated the third and indigestion, constipation, headache Eruptions, Sores and all skin dis- I TROY, ALABAMA. $ $ 0 !!

fourth days, but the last time it wa etc. feerbine will stimulate the j eases. Only :':ic. at Geo. \V Price's. ,A.

attaSked from the liver, keep the bowels regular, and ;, This institution has the highest course of study and training and Iii the best equip-
rear by a big eti business and
I I college 111 the Southern States. Jovery tacility is offered both day; 1
black Thomas cat that makes its restore a healthful buoyancy of The country will be willing to take I night, Cost lit regular: business or shorthand course.including board tu.UUoD, "

home at Lester's livery barn next I' spirits. Price, 50 cents. G. \V. Price. Admiral Dew ey's word for it. | books etc.abound AUgfaJuaUsii"cdYe"puMUons. Enter now. For particulars ::;
II Address. President. nlfj -tin
door. It was a lively fight for a few i ;
Senator Millard is working on a' Constipation i 2 '
seconds, but the cat was too much impaired digestion

for the -snakes although it was fully plan to lease government lands to and a torpid liver are the most common !' --- --- -- Th,! !

four feet long, and the reptile madea cattle ?nd sheep raisers for grazing ailments that arc responsible : .
r() < {) ) <). <)..{ { .{ < .( <) <) <).()
for tI tptind listless ) { <) ) <) <) !
shoot fagged out .t
for the rear of the office. The purposes. Much of the public do- ... :" B; ) .,,,",
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cat was after it like a streak of lightning main has been so injured by overgrazing feeling that makes the summer a v< ....
but the snake found a hole in i dreaded jvriol tj s.) many people. | ''j
that it
now worthless as pasture -: Herbine trill
the brick wall and disappeared under cure constipation. It Watches Given Away.
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the building. 0 and the government will probably improves:> the digestion and arouses :
have toI I the liver to normal activity. Price I
11'.1twas I to expend large sums V TL m ***** *** f m* mmmmmii *m .
two weeks ago. Before iV. l x.
.jO cents. G I'
ce. ..
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that time the printing office was restore its product-ity. If in the -- h__ .y t

overrun with mice,but since then i i j past these lands had brought even a Of cour e it was nn Irishman who I I JfcM Beginning Oct. 1st to Dec. 31st, 1001 I ;.
there hasn't been a mouse about the j i nominal rental there would now be far position *<6 <"J O "j ,.
applied a lineman of
for -

-: .troubled, plaice. \ny with of mice our readers are cordially who are invited .;|, Using public reStoring funJs.,- -them-without corn the Marconi. Wireless Telegraph : g| given away with every Suit of Men's & =:

to come and borrow our snakefill's ,
Take life as it. comes, and make ---- --- -
few. days. : the most of all circumstances but 'For digestive weakness nervousness I' p Clothing, one Nickle Plated Watch & ,.:;
.' ,
'i. for a bad cough or cold take Bal- pains ia the -ide, flatulence, '! A 4 'r

Properly to Two It orke Ha.drai U Equal Rifle !Well. feet j lard's Horehound Syrup, the best dizziness, waUefulae&s, headache and' |j guaranteed for one year. Prices on all & :'
I know remedy for quick relief and other '
am' yinj .oii1u.i.nenu of :
Haadlcd. sure cure. Price, 25 and 50 cents. "l.
G. \V. Price. costiveness, Ilerbiac is a prompt and || merchandise guaranteed. 1$

The destructive power of the machine -- unequaled rculeJ). Price iO cents.G. .* v -

gun-as compared to the small The fact that most of Senator :. W. I'rice : <,, /A'

.arm even in large numbers has been 1 Hanna's appointees were of the "of- : .---- .v S 1 ... --i. .

the subject of' interesting, trials !i fensively partisan" class make it There is another thing about the ; r .
: 3
abroad of which have reached M. L PL M PTO N.
a ; reports i I easy for Mr. nooscvelt to kill two election the lion. Pat Collins !o ;{ ;e .
the navy department here, says the the Boston-lnayt. it : .j
ralty; seems to
; birds with one stonethe Hanna machine DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. OPPOSITE CCURT HOUSE
Italtimore Sun.
1 have vindicated the judgment of the i, : jo;"
and I and violators of the civil cr- ,
That one-maehine gun properly pools seller >!, effectively worked is equal to 200 rifles I ice law. _. -- dL<>.().<>.<>..(}.<>.<).<>+(<>.r()...().()... ).(>.<>.<>.<>-.i>.(>.<).<).iwt.i1.1)g., i:)
in the herds of as many soldiers has
"I hat long suffered from :
indigestion ,1J
Speaker Henderson will
been amply demonstrated. Each shot continueto _
from the machine gun works greater j exercise despotic powers in the ," writes C. A. LeUeis Cedar 1 I';" -;

'1 City, Mo. "Like others I tried IJ'""'"''' ......, ................,. ; "
also to the struck than the House of : many.preparations '''' '''' '''' '''''"' ,
injury body Representatives an !, according / *."''''''" '''.... ..........."'....'"...."'........,........................I' ;FOur
email bullet.of the army rifle, and its to llepiesentativc llep'urn! i but never found any- I '

range' is [greater. (republican), the House will continue : thing that did me -!olla until I took Fall and ;

In recent trials 50 marksmen were I, as a mere "sideshow to the Senate.'' Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. One bottie # ,
chosen to compete with the llotch- t red BI e. A IdentIw had suffered 'J 1

kiss eight-millimeter gun, which has ICodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a .-.,rmlnrh 1 put on tin use tlf Kodollhsptpsia Winter 00 d s. .
lately been widely adopted in France I II mere timulant to tired nature. It Ciinlie i.. Kdiu.iP'j fast {' J
affords the stomach and .ind will soon he ante: III ''work. He-'
and ermany,. The ranges fired were complete {' Have arrived, and there are many nice things in Ii r-- I J I :;
fore he used Koilul
absolute lest the Cure
fout Dyspepsia '
from 400 to bOO yards. At :800jards the I by digesting ,! '' Fabrics that you will need between now and cool wfatluithtrefore I' ;;
you eat. You don't have to diet, i; indigestion had wade him a total I '
50 riflemen each h3ingl' rounds independently I wreck." V HL unite you call avid See the new goods that II L JI ,
A. lLWi
but can enjoy all the good food you ,.! >e.Mme. .,o are opening up.Keep .
obtairul 54 hits, or 22.ii want. Kodol Dyspepsia cure instantly -- 1' 'J' .1 r
per cent. of the number of rounds I relieves that distressed feeling : Xordi .a ht.Jut in a claim 'i'

fired. Thirty-two men were then I after eating, giving you new life : for Q.1OlUtk) again the govern- ; r Off The Earth 'V:\ ; : ::

and A. 1L !
chosen from among the 50, and these vigor. Wise ment. Nordica evidently shares
bad to tire each eight rounds in 30 CarneJic's ,8# weather .1-. much its tosMble: that i-> keep 44 much shoe 1"01' I If
I ,seconds. Under these conditions 34, While the privates and noncommissioned none of Uncle And\ : a\1'1'- er between you and Mother Earth ,!-S"lJU cjn lonifinrnt \ I I

"01' 13.3 per cent of the rounds ezpcndedwere olllctrs arc covering them- si0:1; to dying rich I carr>'. It's the wisest in the bejinin and cheapest "it" .'J '
I _
recorded. selves and their corps with gory in end to huy Yl'urshoes here. School Shoes for children 111.1 +'I'
si/eaand styles
The machine gun was then broughtinto 1 i the Philippines, son of their vommissionedollicera.ire ## I j
action, and in 2 seconds fired 211 covering them- CASTORIAFor f' In fact call at the Big Store for anything you ".' _
145 hits. It was
bullets making
I Iselves with obloquy in a most unsavory 1 # tI
Infants and Children. want
shown from the results that the ma- ; new and up-to-date. ,

chine gun.was far ahead in hits made 1 court martial- in this--country.- The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears ,I !'-

and rapidity of fire. So such practical I. J Co. 'Jh
,i Cbtk3TCJi =b.Bea fti E. Inman &
tests ol the relative merits of the machine A \tarPhoneeIh1us4
the K.nd. You Nate Aitals B.J'Jght theSignature // #' f

gun and number of small arms $ ct; of I I............................ .. I
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chimney of split board, and .
fire to sit I built a with a dreadnl noise I tried to j i

b ; feflII'I.r.hr"As: I was a bite' "oef stand'n of eLl supper.the doorway think"But of pretty tie lord's soon Prayer he moved, on and I r l |4ot Springs ? 11I

; pack en his tack comiV see a man with a heard. him chompin. the bacon Tines ,

He up the tniL out* delie walked around the dbn
,was stout and his face \\i* focr tines and '
pretty time
red, and wbfn he every hettoppcdacdwiffed NO j'If
500i bit redder we me it =mot quite a closer to tfcewplin's. Twaa 1 I
lie '
ccire up puffin' and only The sicell of the fire that kep' him

seemed put out 'tout something, and from eomin' in, that's sure. Then he. you want to get rid of money :i *'
jest then
*? 1 mebbe he was come the other into my filler.head that I. more.moved off, for I didn't smell him any go to some springs., 'o. '

have used all 'What you doin in that cabin?" he I. "All of a sudden I made one jump to If you want to get rid of disease; :

says* real cross the door, eussin myself for a darniTl stay home, and take P. P"P., a

cough renteD 'Won't"My residence at' present,' says I. : coward. There I'd been tbinkin"boutmyself Lippmanat 's Great Remedy for 1
you come in?

it does not u 'None o' your bhrsted sarce wi' me,' I lr was all 9eepin the time in when the open the other, and fel-the Rheumatism and all forms of Blood, Poisoning ,

he says. 'This 'ere is my claim, and I bear would be sure to visit him after Dyspepsia, Catarrh and Malaria., ='

it is too deep want you to git off it finish: '
.. directly. ; with me! And he'd been kind James Newton, Aberdeen* Ohio, says P. P. P.

'You're' laborin' under a slight mis- : enough to save me from burnin up, did him more good than three months treatment i

"It may wear take says I. This is my claim; but too. I run out hoilerin' him: at Hot Sprlcgs, Ark.

you needn't be in a hurry 'bout goin. II 'Look out, pardner, there'ea grizzly '
W. T. Timnions, of Waxahatchie, Tex., says
in time, but Staytill mornin', an}way. Darned if Ia.1q't around!' hi** rheumatism was so bad that he was confined '

glad of company.* 'TeH me some news,will you'came to his bed for months. Pbyskians advised Hot '.

liable toe "Well, we talked awhile, and he kep' a grouty voice, out of the air, it seemedto Springs, Ark.: and Mineral Wells,Texas at which s.

gittin' madder and madder. me. I looked up and something places he spent seven weeks la vain-with knees so

la grippe You've got the advantage of me dark up the oak tree, about as high as / badly swollen that his tortures were beyond ea- r
durance. P. P. P. made the cure, and proved itself -
now. he roars oat 'but if it wa'n't for a man could well go. ,
as thousands of other cases.the best blood
iaoraseriit that bloody gun you've got so 'andy I'd 'You'reroostin' high,' I says. 'Did C purifier in ths world, and superior to all Sarsaparillas -

put you out of my cabin quicker'n a he take after you?' and the so-called Rheumatic Springs.

affection wink' 'I seen 'im a- omin' and I didn't
s M. F. Ballantyne, of Ballantyne &fUDonough'sIron 'a'
"'You needn'tt. fret about the gun,' Isays. stop for lunch,' says bi!. 'Me blankets!: is Foundry, Savannah da., says that he has '

something (I'd left it outside leanin-againstthe ribboEs and he's eat everything but suffered for years from Rheumatism, and could

cabin.) 'Why, I fired off both bar the as and fryin' pan.' get no relief from any source but P. P. P., which -

-i+ rels at some quail down here, and I 14 'Well slide down and make a brenk cured him entirely. He extols the properties ol

give you didn't bring a mite of ammunition for the cabin. He ain't in e'ght now.' P. P. P. on every occasion.

i* and build with me.' 'Thank fie, I'm comfortable,' says P. P. P. b sold by all druggists. $1 a 1
You carn't come it on me,' be save, bottle ; six bottles, $5. ,
kinder SD.eriu'. 'You'd like to henticeme "However, I talked him into comin

Ubody. to dawn, and he made a pretty rue for the
come on then let me &'e it, LIPPMAN BROTHERS Pnprieton. 3
wouldn't your cabin. I eou-Wt hate beat it myself -

and I ,wus pretty spry in thoii dajs. Block SAVANNAH
In'SJLSION Well, take the pesky gun and see Uppman QA.

for yourself; I says, bold in.' it out toward We slipped in and propped the deer, -
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and he began to cus? a foal v.lc wend jfi
him. come and \Vn.uAKS. BJTAN & WILLIAMS Attorneys, hundred and thirty-three acres more or
"'No you don't old emoothy.; he way forget his an:i.nitcn. Uicbmiiad. LEMVOS& CLOTWOBTBT legit). and Lot 5. tone hundred and forty-
turnin "Daylight was an awful bag tme Attorneys, Baltimore, Md. eight acres more or less),in Section 31, ALL
says, away. i a-cotnin", but it shcued at last. VTe being in Township 6, Range 15. South anJ

'Come in and have a bite of supper, built a fire and made acme;up coffee, but Of about East eleven and containing hundred and in eighty-sis tbe aggregate acres.
Public Sale
when everything anyhow I says. 'The water's bilin'and we didn't fry no b ran. i, PARCEL n0. 8.
I'll make 1 0 :coffee in a jiffy'"Be
other lelltt seemed kinder blue.I Consists of an Irregularly shaped body of
*There is no doubt grumbled something and went felt sorry for him. w I says: land la Alachua county. on the west side of 4 a
off and camped under an oak tree a little fiiecd. 'ocnliu't'tti.raceh. the Santa Fe river and at the head of barge
ft..f It nourishes, I 'My jou navigation and near Ft White, and ts made
ways off. That's the very tree down i I don't tike: to intnfHe \\i.b acjbody's upot the following parts viz: Lots 2, (conI a
builds up and there by the b&rn. ThrtT-Fi! Hundred: Acres, of Valuable. Lan: Situ- I taming seventv-fave acres, more or less): 6,
I plan and n y btsiLj-iir tc\\n is preasin' eighty acres more or less ,
ate la the State ol Florida, la the Counties ) and 8. (contaning -
"I'd done best to be sociable I
body and my so
strong anywax. You car have nj blankets seventy acres more or less), in Section
made my coffee and fried some b IoCO and what is left and 'Suwanee Columbia and Alachua. H; the Northeast quarter of Section 19 and r -
grub I'll bid
mi only to throw < tb: Nortihiit the Southwest qaurterot
Some way 'twas kinder pleasant to seethe j you good-by. High Grade Phosphate Rock S<-caon U. ALL b.-lng in Township 7. Range

:cough, but totem other feller's fire, but he looked i i 'So, you don't, haltered, jump- kis bee take from aggregate Iti, South and Four East: Hundred and containing and in the ', ;
against mighty crusty and didn't have a word in' up. 'This'ere ranch is,'ouru. I was These Lands. acres. more or less. T ;:.
more to iiond rock has been taken from Section It
say. only jokin'last night. The climate'ere
if and large phosphate { ,
are companies own ad-
you "After supper I lit a piece of candle don't agree wi me. I must be off.' UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE Joining lands and extensive mining! is being ,

i fit emaciated you and read a newspaper that I'd brought, I 'I couldn't think of it.' tarS f. 'You State of Maryland Circuit Court tile of undersigned Baltimore Trus-City, earned Fe river.on two ,miles above on tile Santa 1: i

rU5nly take this from town, but I got sleepy pretty : can make a nice home out of it. Good tees, under deed of assignment from K. For title see Letters Patent of the United "t
quick and spread my blankets in tie luck to you., Snowden Andrews and wile duly recordedin States issued from the Land Office at SL I
|M food medicine. the Counties of Suwanee. Columbia and Augustine.. Florida to the late Christopher '
bunk. I shut the door and put a prop 'I means what I says he growls, Alacbua, in tbe State of Florida. will offerat I Andrews through whom the said K. Suow- '

ad It s4.D dragafsts, agin It-not that I wen afraid, but I ; real huffy. 'This 'ere ranch is curn. public auction at tbe court bouse(or at den Andrew sdenved his title and the deed ;
j such other convenient place to which said from Charles
Caesist.,)few York. Marshall. Trustee bearing '
jest happened to think that I didn'treally and don't try to insult me by insinuating sale may be adjourned;. in tbe city ot date tbe 17th day of March 187V to said R.

know anything about the other that I'm tryin 'to git it awey from Gainesville, Florida. on the Lthe Snow den Andrews and duly recorded in ,

.. feller."I J I J ou.' The counties Trustees aforesaid.reserve the right to adjourn '_

was. off to sleep in a minute, and I j "Well, the upshot of it was that \\e',1m Dar 01 I J JanUary,1902.I ij the sirable.said sale to another day and place it de- ..11'

the next thing I knew was seeia' a big !: had a bigger quarrel thane had the For convenience of purchasers the land
AND ROSE glare of light and feelin' things gettiu night before." All the right, title and interest of tbe saidKSnowdru bas been grouped as above in parcels, but S
Andrews, being tie entire tee I the trustees the
reserve to sell
pesky hot. I jumped up and, Lord! if Ezra Tucker laughed and slapped his simple title, in and to tbe tollov ing tracts ,' ately tbe individual lots and sections seper-comprising jt

'L Bdlebleeal'a.j i the whole end of the cabin wa'n't in a : knee. I or parcels of land lo-wit- said parcels.
Terms ot sale,
cash, and bal-
blaze! "But how did it come out?'' asked the PARCEL no. L ance in 3. 6, 9. tt. 15 and 18 months, secured I

'Gosh all hemlock I taya. 'He's a i deputy assessor. Tbe southwest quarter Section 8. Township to the satisfaction of the Trustees or allcash
E,situate in Columbia at of
Sand the
8, Range IS option purchasers. Deferred
':a- bad man, and is tryin' to burn me up, "Oh, the other feller is Rote, my part- co-iutr.. about two and one-half miles west payments to bear legal merest. ,tP

use!:sol snapped the sure as the devil'*an Injun.' ner. We got over our scare and we of the railroad to Lake City, containing one Taxes to be adjusted and paid by Trustees M$0-
to date ot sale.
hundred and sixty acres. Hood phosphate |
_, 1 around his bulky book "But just then I heard an awful ham- both staged. There's Uoecomia'now, rock bas been found on the northwest quar- A plat of tbe tract showing location of the fp

[forth therein the poeTucker merino at the door and the other teller and I guess dinner's ft'ady.-St. Louis ,, ter ot the section next adjoining on tbe I I I several parcels, and analysis of Phosphate -
Globe-Democrat. south. Hock taken from the lands and any further if
[ 4 Rose: "Ueal es- hollerin': I I PARCEL an. i information. be had upon application to ,:

'>flection 15, township 8 'Git up, you blarrted fool! Do you andYear I The southeast quarter of Section U,Township i!I the nudersigned.First National CHARLES Bank.U.Richmond WILLIAMS., \";&. (

Jwest, etc.; 83 acres or- want to be cooked alive? Turn out, I Account of Christmas 6. Range 15 S and E, is m Suw anee county HENRY T. DoeuLAss,

litts pasture and hay land, 65 and be darned to )'ou.'- holidays, the Plant System I named, one-halt Mot. aud a mile contains southwest one hundred ot the last and 1 d3-3t llO 1'onUnentallUdg Trustees., Baltimore Md. .

fJaDcl" "Then I jedged that the fire had j i between points in I ,tatty-six acres. It lies between the famous I
will sell tickets, I Bailey Phosphate Mine;' huh Is located i
lint before din- old I 'fI
i a-goin' in the dry chimney.
caught the northeast ot tbe same section -
and quarter
Florida Dec. 23 24, 25, 30, 31, on
t right down here." said bounced up and grabbed the coffee pot I I and the "P. C. Thomson Phosphate White's Cream V Vermifuge is essentially -
'7 limited to return Jan. 3 1902, located the northeast Quarter of i
1 ,
Jan. Mine, on
i and the tired of- the grounds on the conflagration t the child's tonic. It improves
genially, and threw j of one fare for the round ,t the section next adjoining>a the south. It' -
I hesitate to accept a seat but it didn't do a mite 0'good, : at trip rate, also to points outside of Florida, J i shows phosphate rock at >4r) ing dei'lhs. iI the digestion and assimilationof

,. > anda beside hid host. to I kicked away the prop and ran out, within the Southeastern P.t senger i I PARCEL NO. 3. food, strengthening the nervous Y
I here time said ', I i Tbe norhwest quarter of Section I!!.Township .
a long stick Association, tickets at one and one- \
kinder stngedL I picked up a long 6. lUnge 14 s. and E.. Is In Columbia system and restoring them to the
'' limit.
: bt an'to knock off the boari..that third fares with same return county and touches the southeast corner ot health, vigor and elasticity of spirits
and 1 I schools and colleges, It hundred i
a years this spring. re- the For students of the last mentioned lot. contains one I
: -!lade little was afire, but the idiot that built I 1 tickets will be on sale Dec. 16 and ntty-nve acres and is about one natural to childhood. Price 2k.
some the inside and one-halt miles west 01 the railroad to'
tailed 'tin from 8 Geo. W. Price.
had Jan.
(time,too. Mighty nighm cabin all to :!!, 1901, limited to return Late City. It shows phosi bate rock over a
thick woods when and when I knocked 'em off they at rates named above upon presentation large area and possesses exceptional {' ,- --- -, tr
-.I1*was tumbled inside, of course, and I had torun of proper certificate. Call on ties for operating a phosphate faCill-\\
? water
in and drag 'tm out, and 1 burnt 1 agents of the Plant System, or address -
k:u'ous thing too. I'll tell 1'\-:.-t. st:
bad. The other feller t'.l\I. Jolly, Division Passenger tea-
hands pretty j
'You .1 kinder cot aIft my Fla. or B. W. The northwest and sunthwestquartersof iS.'ctii f
had been kt-andin off, laughin' kindersarcastic. : agent, Jacksonville, :i ail the northwest Barter of g
,,. ,would be a good idea to I Wrenn, Passenger Traffic Manager.THE s.Cti,1I1 it_ mi_> nship 6. Uaug.' u &. and E. :
s govWnt land, to 1 rode wnkin'me and in CMuui'iu county uje-bait n.U Ip
'* 'Much obleeged to you for j southwest ot UK- last mentioaed lot. and
Santa Cruz 16 mile, over started back to his constitui_a compact bodyof laud"otal.1lng 't:
I.Vail, and my friends the ; I says, as he I none GOLD CURE. Ii ur hun fired anj eighty acres The Siran- '1i:
I nah, Florida & Western Railroad runs ,
r here on the San oren4 camp. I never through the northern half ot this tract I
i me this Sich blamed carelessness i An Ingenious Treatment by which from east to west. Phosphate mines hare
quartuEec"e si,1 growls. 'You've got to. repair being Cured dally been tturted on tbe east side ot this tract I
for it. Drunkards are aud the tract itself shows phosphate rock at
i"a little my cabin or pay depths from a to 8 teet. I
shack of a cabin1ullt "I cut a few saplin's and set 'em up in Spite of Themselves.NO varying HOUSEWORKToo
t Tom Tutor a PARCEL so. 5.
by It was -
agin the open ebd,of the Southeast of Section. Tp. 6.1! : much housework wrecks wo .
i to hunt and trap for a we|. NOXIOUS 1I0S.S- O WEAKENINGOF The quarter
moonlight sod I wu'.d see prett rarte 4i. south aud east, and tbe adjoining i -
,tatm pre-empted the land crawled into the buck again. Ididu't THE IIn-; --A I'Ili1SANT.ND1'OSIT11E lot ;1 ol section 3 in the same town hip and I' I men's nerves. And the constant ,:

)tee hit'd gone to Arizona. Then 1 this. time, but I CURE FOR THELIQtoR range situate in Suwanee county about one care of children, day and night, is
prop the door II\.BIT.It mile west ut the last described lot contain- :
Rft ranch,without any idea wibed1badafterttard. My hands hurt : tug two hundred and two acres. The Savan- ,' often too trying for even a strong 1 i
1,then went back to Santa me so bad that I couldn't sleep and I that l'i Drunkenness now generally h a known disease and and not weak- nah.the northern Florida and boundary Western of Railroad this lot runs and tbe on f', woman. A haggard face tells the -

aw things 'cause 'cordin lurrs'-d ati! twisted for an hour. I ne"A body hued "itb pOI".n, and e eveseoinpleeelytattered -New'berry Phosphate Mine" is located on t story of the overworked housewife .
.idto Ute claim six My by periodical the quarter !section next adjoining on thewtst I .
on your "\:1: at once I beard wnethillg. j jblocd Iotant use 01 lutoxleatln. liquors. requires ,and a road has been graded rum tbe and mother. Deranged menses, ::
T!"Jon could prove up.time" all turned to ice and my hair j jbristled an antidote capable 01 neutraU destroying: ng auderadleatllI the said railroad along the western border of leucorrhcea and falling of the 1i
l*ext I come up Mal biu&h., It was a I { tills I"i.on..and sufferers now this tract to tbe Newberry Mine. Rock 0' I I
like a craving tQr tntOAiCafLi may fine quality Is found as an outcrop on liner womb result from overwork.
he told me that he'dWM .' and 11 loud hoarse i .toes at home without publicity this tract
soft but hei>y tn':;' cure the +e al parts ot housewife needs
f to [ time trom business by embraced in the following tracts'numb Every a remedy J
another feller prosmy the cabin close or loss I 01 bas 1I npertected The land
i ousite bieb <<
I brvathiu: jr:4 I Mrtul UOMtGULUCIearsot <:r"d and 7. forms a compact body lying to regulate her luen ei and to
ranch. He'd been something close Iotudy ,
up And thru I knielt : !' on both sides of the Santa Fe river (a I
t wits his gun to inquire my htsd. well erourh what ; and treatment ofinebrates. The faitbfut navigable branch of the Suwanee.and which I keep her sensitive female organsin "
like a pijr S!!. I knew according directions guarranteedeto runs diagonally through it trom east to \\'et
"un't but begit thickness use fs condition.
nee nobody; only the ; vl'lY TWO THOUSAND perfect
contains nearly
There was dl"co\'ery and
itlS. obstinate bow
i iI matscr
f up there as quick as between me and a j'' cure the m.t ca. .Uti ACRES.. part in the of Suwanee and "
the count
show mavelOUS r-
!! c'apboard I' records
of split I Our the
1 Wt me and hold down a bard a drinker. ot thousand!! ofi part m county ua. I WIIIEOFCARDUI
.... : bear! I tram"lormatioll
-"'-.4-" I big grizzly think lilt chain lightning.The i i Drundard" luto .sober indu;triuu" and up- Pane SL N0. 6. |
1tatCrawford'a "I begun to if it m..n.WIVI'S Lies In Alachua county on the south sideof i this for thousands of''
,'cause slotjHCr'twa'n't loaded, and I I right cure your HUSBANDS: CHIL- the Santa Fe river and consists of lot 6. is doing ,

lnuek feed in the woods, I been charged t.> the muzzle 'twould DKEN cure your r'ATJHElts but is This a specific remedy for section :t:. (eighty- lght: acres more or less; I American women to-day. It cured
pack of flour bacon cof- had him as mad as III In no sense a noUU1 IoklUully devised Lot 8. section thirty-seven acres more > and that is
only feting him and make this dbea..e ouly. and Iii W soluble or less); Lots I, (one hundred and fifty-two Mrs. Jones whYlhewrlta
and Malcolm lent me a I might climb upon the and prepared tbat 11 I" tboroughly that It can be: acres, more or less).3, (titty-two acres, more this frank letter:
a hornet. to the taste so and Lut 4. (one hundred and fitty- '
wa'n'tseien or less)
fee said in.Way and pleasaut ,. without tbekuo
might come They coif : "
IShaw or
beams. ID a cup of tea ""I'hou- four acres, more or less); the Northwest I
,. up I fired both bar cross feet from the ground and one gh'eu\\led g e 01 the vrroOu,taking IL >>elYt's quarter of section Jl; Lots &, (thirty-seven j GleDdeane, KJ.. Feb.lQ,UOL l
at down ands ot Drnhkards hne and as acres more or less), and <, (tbirtr-twa acresmore I that Wine of CaidolU
some quail, and then would bring me remedy. many I am so glad your
cop! of his paw wltb this prlcele"" temperate or less), in section :t!; and Lot 7, thir- helping me. I am feeling better than
I forgot to bring am- been cured and made more or less), and all In town-
'. any ripe plum. more have "l.'t'u" administered by ty-tour acres I have felt for yean. I am doing my 1"1
like a anything meD by baying the without their ship G. Range 13. South and East, containing : own work without say help and I
"Not thinkin' of sensible loving friends and t.ffee relatives and believe today in the aggregate about 7-ft acres. Investigation washed last weak and was not one bit I
wu still aa death eats do I didn't! do nothin', but knowledge In, o" tea.drinking of their shows good phosphate rock on differ- tired. That shows that/the Wine is
chirp with a lone- to in my life. I fairly that tbey discontinued i be eat portions. doing me good. I am getting fleshier ,!
still as I trter kep' own tree \\'ilTLL.Dent and niisDo nut "deluded so. 7. than I ever was before, and sleep good 'U
Upot the In the withered potato.
things Before
shrunk like a by appsprovemen. the disease at once I and eat hearty. 1 began taking
a little fireplace built up walked slowly around the ." Drive out.'HOME GOLD Ct'RE"I Lies In Suwanee count on the north side Wise of Cahill, 1 ased to have to lay
"The bear asth and for ali time. 'l'he ot One I of tbe Santa Fe consists of Lots 7.I I down ave or six timea every day, bn'I1OwldonQUhl.kofliJlltdowutlu'OJJg
> In one end with a breathin as if be had the Is sold at the extremely tow price of ever (one hundred and seven acres,more or less? i
cabin through ,,'itbln reach less and 5, (eighty Ma BICHASD Jons.1X .
I saw him DoUar. thus l'laclug effectual than ofers 6, (eighty acres more or ); tho daJ. -
ma. Pretty soon brush a treatment more directions acres more or less), in Section; the Soutn ;,
and knew h. could costing from e:;;to tat: 'ull advice east Quarter Section (one hundred and AT DIaCGG1fLvar
the cap He lifted up hU: each package Special with- nity-nme acres, mnre or less;; Lot i (eigt- liItzaJaN. oddt'I
r 'em away..lake smoke. and I'll kill rd phy"lclanb..n requested part ty acres, more or teat), in :,cltionD: ; LoU iGan.aampl.drsM n... ., n. -..
t to
by any
toward me, sent pepae each more or lew): Co., TIIIa.
head and looked out extra e arge. lJoltar. Ad- 1 and : eighty: acres
big that be was' bigger ot tile world "n r..celpt 01 &; COMPANY.twand U>t 7, Inety-eli/ht/: acres, wore or less);
take my solemnoath pawed the 'olrelil Dt'pt.. 1':6. .:Martel u.St..Ptntadelphla. Lot 5. lute hundred and menty-nlueacres, '-'Tim
Neel hot of Ibi genulas than any bull that ever conlll1eutaL more or less)1. in Section SJ; _and Lola one :
Tablet. his ()sej4tniffrd.. corresponl1ence strictly I
(, fC[ He stuck out
earth. l 1 :
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The Citizen.Reporter.I P PASSING OF THE ORIENTALS.The Methodist church, of which he is a j PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. I TWO STATE SENATORS '-

member, and attempt to cover up ENDORSE PE-RU-NA -', J

Oriental Amusement and Car- the faults of a sect whose professionis Mia Jimplecnte-"Mr. Wadleiga'' ,
'li. L. DODD, -.., EDITOR PD PBOPEI TOB.Ai of ". i
I nival Company came last week saw, antagonistic to the teachings was here last night !fro Freshleigh
DODD Auigtut Editor.
H. ,
.- _-" got all it 'could, and left Saturday the Holy Scriptures,. and who .have' -"Yes. I see your clock is' stopped."
\ Official Newspaper of Columbia County and been indicted and held under bondon Somerville Journal. i
the Town of lake City,Florida. night, after giving the people four
t sad: the dentist after he "-
days of 'amusement" and not a lit" a charge of violating, in a very "Yes. --
I Published every Friday at Lake City. Fla. had finished the job "you hayea rl
tie left the serious measure the laws of our na-
Office-South or Courthouse Square. anxiety. They city-at ,
wonderful amount of nerve, sir, ,I
4 l least'the greater portion of it We I tion. But more surprising still is it "
must "Well, to
, say. you "pught
law Firaiihed Application.
: Aivirtiiiig had four days of show-in fact-Ma- that a man possessed with the de- know, darn ye. You ,found all of bt _, '-,

Entered in Lake City postofflce a* second rion street for several Blocks; was gree of intelligence of Mr. Apple- it."-Denver Post

% class matter. one continuous, show. It was an-oriental -! yard, should be so narrow as to use Forge-"He says in his native city j- T

J. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. affair and the:-people were ori big official position in such a manner. the streets are always well watered,

entally bamboozled. I As Secretary of the Press Association and jet they never used sprinklingcarts.

i FRIDAY, DEC. 20, 1901. While it must be admitted several he has not only overstepped the ." Fentcn-"For goodness' sake, -

, .; daily performances were given that_ I bounds of reason, but he has made where" is he from?" Forge-"Ven,- ,

t. Among the recent editorial changes were respectable and worthy of pa- himself positively ridiculous.Whatever ice. -Philadelphia llecord. *i

i in Florida, not the least important tronage, there were others of far may have been .the object Mrs Stalemate-"There was a time '
when thou 1t the world of
is the transfer of Major J. G. different nature. Some,:were low, of Mr. Appleyard's friendly(?) you know ell me. '
Why you T> enough that.you
1 ; Huffman from the" Gainesville Sun Immoral and demoralizing. The ,de- advice to his "subjects" may never fell in love with my photograph." II
,' to the News of the same city. The be known, but a great many of the
I praved and the Immor l_should never :Mr. Stalemate-"Bat you'll remember I I / ,
: -' genial and talented Major is one of havtbeen.allowed' privilege of boys are guessing.-Palm, Beach it was not a speaking likeness.-!I Vh !

i the ablest and most*popular editorial our streets one minute after the nature Tropical Sun. Boston Transcript. I'' tr' r

writers In the state, and his acquisition of their performances had been Those Professors.-First College EON J. H. BAUE$ jJ

by the News Is an event' upon discovered. We should not make our A BOLD ROBBERY. Professor-"What are you going to
do next to your in the t Hon J.H.Saner, State Senator from :
: which it is to be congratulated. city a harbor and a haven for the low get name papers .. '
Donglu Co. to the
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Second College Professor- tegia-
Between W O and $300 stolen
The venerable Gen. J. J. and the vicious. "I : of lama, writes from :Jriai'i. ;:
; Finley was thinking declaring,that the Hotel
from the saloon of J. D. Crabb last j
here the
Duringheir stay city I Omaha
,Sab follows
is -
recently celebrated his 89th birth. dictionary too wordy, to be con- j
infested with thieves. Grand Friday morning at about 8 o'clock. "Having tried
day at the residence of his son, was sidered good literature.-Baltimore j|. Perutu I aa oa iIDeDditto'sH

Chas. A. Finley, at Lake City whichis and petty larceny was of frequent The cash box containing the moneywas American. ,, as a great took sad pars t-

occurrence. in a cabinet drawer directly "That politician doesn't support I tlcularlygoodata remedy tor rrL"t
his home. He is
now reported as
We have had a week of experience, under the"shelving and about mid- the present city administration does w. a. SAVER. J -f-
excellent health
enjoying although let us profit by it. The council erredin way of the counter. While the clerk her queried the plain citizen !I Honorable Patrick Kennedy Membe 41
feeble in from of I
strength weight holding a special session to admit was called to the front door, it is "Xaw!" replied the ward heeler of the Massachusetts LeJstatnrewrtka } ,,c-{

f # years and the sequel of a long life of the carnival under reduction- in the supposed the thief entered a side scornfully, "he's a crank." "That's the following letter from the Honed "
activity. His thousands of friends strangeOne usually associates the Representatives Boston
door and crawling to the cabinet
license tax, and we believe the ma- L
throughout Florida and elsewhere cranks with the machine"-Philadelphia Doctor S.Hartman: 1 ,
jority of the members who ordered took the box and made his way intoa
wish him many more years of well- Press. Dear Sir:-"1 have no besttttloa It -t

earned rest-Suwanee Democrat. the reduction will confess their er side street. "I've got a good notion to keep laying that after having tried fiBS 1 '

ror. So let us not be so quick to Suspicion rested upon four of the these mosquitoes off the ark," said of other remedies without relief.on .. ;

President Roosevelt has receiveda hurl at .them the epithet, "I was crowd with the Oriental Carnival Noah. "'\11y, papainquired little my perfect health and dear voice d '

letter from Andrew Carnegie, in wiser than thou!" The mayor stout Company and they were immediately Ham, rubbing a recent bite. "Well. today to Pemna. I know it to bearers t

which the latter offers to make a donation I ly opposed the reduction, and we arrested and put in jail. Search I've got my suspicion that they are cure for Indigestion and iU.attendant t,

of $10,000,000 to the United. honor him for it. His good judge warrants were served but nothingwas carrying more than the regulation I affliction,nervous debility. For the six fft

States.. The letter will be referredto rent has been vindicated by our sad then discovered leading to a positive two germs- apiece. That's why.- "- f, week that I was on the pUt&na !!Si:

congress "by the President in a experience. The mayor's counsel clue and they were released. Baltimore American. through the recent campaign I used Penm r.

special message. Mr. Carnegie'sgilt will be held in higher esteem in future The police were on the alert, how- "Ye didn't kape yer job long said t regularly, and although I spoke

is for the purpose of establish- by the city's governing board. ever, and Policeman Gillen arrested the first servant girl. "Xo," replied | two and three times each day my vote, ,;

ing in Washington a university for Let us figure a little: Ten shows, Robert O'Flarity, a street fakir the saialL"other"Too: "the small family? Shure, was that's too !| never failed me. I know that Perm itI ';.
I I a reliable care for bronchial troubles." :j
higher education. As far as his idea besides a whole infernal bedlam ol Saturday night on suspicion and carried wot makes it aiay. "Aye! but these P.J.Kennedy.It ".

has been developed it, fakirs him to the city jail, where he the '
proposes a squalling were allowed the was smallest kind o small'pay- you do not derive prompt and satin

gift after the manner of the bequestof privilege of our main thoroughfarefor was thoroughly searched. The sum pie. They, didn't give me enough' to, factory results from tLa use of Perms _

James Smithson, the Englishman, four' days and the combination of $175.85 was: found upon his person, ate.-Philadelphia Record.; write at once to Dr.Hartman,giving a

who gave $1,000,000 for the establishment was only required to pay a licensetax the major part of it being secreted I full statement of your case and he Till

and maintenance of what Is of $2( ) to cover that period. Our in his coat. A marked bill and several Orlfla .( the Term. 1 be pleased to give you his valuable advice

now known as the Smithsonian In license tax levy stipulates five times old coins were immediately identified Jovial once meant the type of char- gratis.

stitution. Smithson desired the In- that much. Prohibitory, 'tis true; I as,the property of J. D. Crabb acter supposed to belong to all persons Address Dr. Hartman, President ofThe

stitution founded by him to be a fac- but it should have been.' While and a part of that contained in the who were born when the planet Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,Q,

tor in "the diffusion of scientific these shows were in progress, six extra cash box stolen Friday morning. Jupiter, or Jove, was in the ascend-

knowledge." Mr. Carnegie proposes policemen were required to maintain After the search the prisoner was ant. They were supposed to possess The Tallahassee'Southern, from

that the university which he is to order and protect property, transferred to the county prison. more of the cheerful elements of Tallahassee to deep water on the
O' character than others and hence ;
'larity was given a preliminary to
endow shall be the greatest institution representing a cost of $M. trial before Justice Parker Monday partake of the benign qualities attributed Gulf. at or near Tampa, over400

in the world for the development These fact* have been summed up afternoon and was bound over in the to the father of the gods. miles. This road is completed and

of higher education. The proposed -not in a spirit of captious fault sum of $:OO until the next term of -,- in operation twenty-seven miles 4

university gill not interferein finding, but as a matter of record anda circuit court Decidedly the Reverse. from Tallahassee, and it is said will

the least with the educational in- guide for the future. Our town i=1 Uncle Wellington de Bergh a re- be completed to Perry, a distance of

sd:utions already established, but "easy." Let it not be so always. The foolish turkey continues tot tired English merchant,who occasionally about fifty miles, within ninety days.R. .-

will supplement them, for, accordingto While on this line of thought i eat corn and grow fat. I came to visit his relatives in this G. Peters of Manistee, :Mich., is

the plan, its doors will be open may be well to note the alacrity country was an enthusiastic bicyclist the chief promoter. -:. L. Thomas is

only to tnose who desire to take up a with which we fly to the bosomy em WHERE IS THE HAT-STRING1'i' notwithstanding his age, which superintendent.When .

post-graduate course. Mr. Carnegie brace of some smooth-tongued stranger was over 70.
.1 Ills other passion fondness forWalker's to think about it,
also wants the hew university to take and the studied indifference with It U ...Ieea That th. Straw" !!... was you come

the lead in original research, so that which we hold aloof from those whohave TkU Summer Arc Being Worm tained Dictionary, which, he main- it seems strange that President Harper ,
was superior to all others, of
.:the United 8.tates'can eventually a claim upon us. If, while 'in J WithoBt Tken. -I whatever date and he seemed to of Chicago, didn't make con-
of Mr.
stand side by side with Germany, if bubble and a transport of generosity With know it by heart. nection with that JIO.OOO.OOO
I an unusually large of
notexcell that nation in scientific wish exercise crop IJ j "Your uncle said Carnegie's.
we to the preroga J straw tats in Chicago this summer, it a caller one day,
development. Mr Carnegie's plan tive of granting immunities, why has just occurred to some one to ask '"appears to be a walking cyclopedia. Stops the Cough ana \\orks off the
does not a national university should not home I "On the contrary," responded one
propose our people receivefirst why it is that the black hat string, Cold.
in the sense that an appropriation consideration? Those who live : ao popular and universal several years t>f Uncle Wellington's Americannieces liuative Bromo-Quinine Tablets '

will be askf or needed The and own property here. ,To instancethe 1 ago, has been discarded, says the ; "he's a cycling Walkerpedia." cure a cold in one day No cure, no
government is simply to be the point: The license tax upon Tribune. ; .--- ----Companion. .-,- pay. Price 25 cents. i_
trustee of the I The hat string was at the height otj S.LET .
magnificent endowment opera houses is too high, admittedly ,
just as it administers the fund so. It is prohibitory. Why not re I its popularity in 1895. It was a bit -
of black tape fastened to a man's hate I
bequeathed by Smithsom. It is probable duce that tax so the business can b j! behind, with the other nd.anchored

that a board of regents will be conducted at a profit? There is n 11 I securely to the lapel of his coat. I

appointed, as in the case of the" barm in a* chaste opera, drama or ; Everybody took the precaution I II '
Smithsonian Institution'" it maybe comedy. Why should they be tabooed i against winds, and it was quite common F

"' that the Government will be ? Shall we employ the argument to see a man's hat blow off

represented upon 'the board of directors engendered by miserable I while he walked on as if oblivious of I -

which, it is contemplated, penuriousness, that"they take money the fact, slowly reeling it in behind I i
him. For Father. Brother Husband
shall consist of men. of national rep out of the town?" 'I For Mother, Sister, Wife or ,
I "Why are they discarded?" 1
repeated -
Friend. I <
or -:
tation. Let us reason together about these a State street hatter. "I might I Sweetheart. :
things. Money u the to Guns. Rifles and Hunting 1 : '
means an ask you another question in answer: 1 .
DECLARES FOR UNION DEPOT. I A Fur Feather or Chiffon Boa.Handkerchief Outfits. "
end, not the summum bonum. Thereis Why do women dispense with the } ;
Fascinator, or Bridles, Saddles, Blankets _
danger of us becoming "penny handy little skirt-holder that they Kid Gloves. and Whips. ,

The Railroad Commission met at wise and ,pound foolish." 1 1 used to wear? It held up the skirt Dress and Fancy Waist Razors, Knives and Manicure '

Tallahassee on last Saturday to take ;, in excellent fashion and saved their Patterns. Sets. r'-
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under consideration the matter of appearances the awkward obtrusive Table Linen and Silverware. Hats, Caps, Shoes and Slippers !
APPLEYARD AS A PRESS CENSOR. elbow that now mars their f pures. Umbrellas. Grips and Suit Cases f"TJ
erecting a union depot at Lamps and Scissors.
passenger Hug
I I "As to the hat string! however I t'ollars, Neckwear and Furn I IP1
this place. Lake City was ably rep- Blankets,Spreads and Comforts
have .
i a theory ,that it was not meant ishings. jJ.I" -
resented 'by Hon. J. D. Callaway, A few weeks ago T. J. Appleyard, j!, for sensible men. ,

wh6 was-sent by the board of trade. Secretary of the Florida Press Association 1 !
"j i "Did ;yen ever notice that most men
The Plant System was representedby published in the Jacksonville '. who allow their hats to Mow oil are I I

its attorney, Mr. Hartridge, and Times-Union and Citizen a circular stupid? You just watch for a month I m Jf1. E. YOUNG m )
I" lJ'y e'
Supt. O. M. Grady of the Georgia addressed to members of the and you'll agree with me. venture Q

Southern & Florida was present with Association, the. purport of which : tkat not one wideawake qu:tk. istt-1- I GOOd tlOfld\P
ligent fellow 8, .. .. ... ... ,
the plans agreed upon by his road was an effort to entrap the state : a thousand has hi",1
into defense of the Mental { hat blown off under any c.rojin- I II rl'
and the Seaboard Air Line and as press a I stances. I II I

the representative of these two Scientists at Seabreeze, Helen Wil- I "Nine hats out of ten nr? blowr. off I II
C. C. Post and Charles
roads. mans, Burg- I
at street corners where a m-.n ,.tees

Lake City's representative voiced man, who are now under indictmentin i from the sheltering fr'"n a of a row .. ................
the United States Court for the
the sentiment ot our entire people of buildings into the street at right ; 1 _,

when be declared that the depot is I I defraudulent use of the mails. angles, up which a wind f. drivingr -. A MOVEDTHE ?:;!

a necessity, and that the present accommodations Without discussing the merits : score of indications of the winj areas !i t.t': J

are entirely insufficient demerits of Mental Science, and, i! in front,of him. Dust is flying wom

and incommensurate with the far as possible, leaving the Sea en's skirts are blown'about; awnings DOLLAR BAZAAR' ,
are flopping; men are holding on to
breeze parties in question out of the
and importance of the city. Our
size their bats; scraps of paper are fly- -
people are thoroughly united in their vise, it is quite evident to an intelligent l' ing. MOVED TO PORTER & GLOVER'S OLD STAND '-'

demand for better accommodations. mind that Mr. Appleyard has "But the stupid victim of the wind We now offer
our great values in Shoes
Hats and Clothing cur men mni
Col E. Brown was also present and attempted t ) play his country brother walks beyond the corner with no pre- and toe talk ilf.v}such prices as no others will meet Our tolls tjuoUx ai. ,
put in a good word fir the depot. for a fool, and then swallowedhis cautions-and away goes his hat. town.Lace We Curtains guarantee to save you money and give-.itUlei ti I.
endeJ its sessionby own medicine. At any rate, his "Make a study of the face of the cents Per Pair
The Commission Large Bed Spreads only 75 cents.
construction of th.e effort has proven a miserable failure I- next man you see, whose hat has
the !
ordering sailed with the wind and YOURS TO PLEASE,
depot. After several Important and Appleyard stock U now below away

changes, the plans submittedwere par in Florida print shops.It consider if you would care to trust LAKE CITY FLA. H. F. URIE.
will his matter of conse
judgment on
The depot any _
accepted. is a matter of surprise to those
by the first of March, quence. I'll bet you wouldn't-not in PORTER & GLOV it'S OLD STAND
be completed who know Mr. Appleyard to see him
1802. It will be of brick and will cost 4 hundred y ar.." ji
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F. Beer corks at Crabb's,.60c. a peck. j, t

.. J .*. YES-Crabb sells the famous Cuesta. j I EXPORTATIOHSOFOOTTON .
", Rey Cigar. i ixMr. t i

;: Green Mathis'is now located The United: States exported in January,--1900, 'l19,862' -

When using baking at Orange ,City. 'Bales of Domestic Cotton. January, 1901,'717,32?

Horrie Hair, of.Live Oak, was in Bales of Domestic Cotton. January 1902,

powder it always economy the city Sunday. Bales of Domestic Cotton? -

A. J. Livingston, Jr., of Madison,
the spent Sunday in the city. CAN YOU FILL BLANK. SPACE ?
to buy Royal.Royalmakes Have.-you a cold and cough? ; I I
Young's Cough Cur? cures them. GASH FOR THOSE WHO-CAN,

the finest We have photo albums In all styles
and at all prices. It. T. Radford's, If a tie occurs the value of prizes tied ; ;
Mr. C. H. 'Mathis arrived in the for will be equally; divided among con- -f 1 ;g
testants whose estimate,forms such tie.
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wholesome and delicious city this week from South Carolina. .
: Contest opens October 1,1 901,and closes January 31.1902. Particulars free :;
i -The Lake.City Bottling Co. is head from us or your druggist.Sooner you get them the better for you. Don't delay. 'J


food.. .- eap. d20TheC.L.1. of THACHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP. j I I
will hold no further

meetings until the first Tuesday in 'I

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3-Feathers Whiskey at Crabb's. Mr. E. A. llu'ksjn and bride
Local News Notes. nice line of perfumes and toilet
Mr. W. E. Finch of Ocala rived ii the city Thursday
spent preparations for Xmas, at Young's
Brooksville and win make their
Thursday In the city. Drugstore. i
in this Mr. Hickson
8-Feathers Whiskey at Crabb's.Go Everything in the paint line at Please the baby-the
twenty-one Mrs.JUckaon, nee Miss Halite
to J. L. Wella & Co., for shoes. Young's Drugstore. summer one-by buying her a box of son, hare a large circle of friends : 11 ...

Beer corks at Crabb's'IJ, SOc. a peck. Musical instruments, strings of all Lewis' Candy. d20 this city who will join the .'

YES-Crabb sells the famous Cuesta kinds, at R. T. Radford's.Mr. Mr. Jas. King, of Dublin, Ga., was REPORTER in extending best \\ II

Rey Cigar. C. B. Hanks, of Campton, Ky., in the city Wednesday, guest of Mr. for future happiness.The .
Is in the to the winter. E. Brown and
city spend family. Womans' Christian
AU kind of hot drinks, as well as
cold,at Voting's Drugstore 7 Mixture purifies the blood, kid Just arrived direct from factory, ance Union has not been idle ,! i

and liver, at Young's Drugstore.Just the largest assortment of its little
neys fireworks. organization,a over a
Come; now is the time to get your
goods Big sale at Stein's. received! Car fresh Ocala: C. E. Lewis Candy Co. d20 ago. It has about twenty

lime and car Portland cement. S. The Peabody school closes next members, among them some of ...
_Hare you seen our line of pictures? i I!
R Thompson.One Tuesday for the holidays, and will most prominent women of the
On display at R. T. Radford's.. !
open again on Jan. 1st. Many have signed the pledge and
gallon Kentucky Bourbon. two
Buy jour Christmas toys and fruitsat in this much ;
stamp, 100 proof,straight goods, 12.50. Dr. Cronin Ives arrived in the city ready to help l1ec
Lake store :
City Bottling work. The Good Literature ('
4 Jugs extra. At Crabb's. Tuesday from Nashville and will
Call on the c. E. Lewis Candy Co. mittee has put wallpockets in
The largest and most uptodateline spend the holidays here.
for your Christmas fruits, nuts, etc. three depots and in one of the
of watches, jewelry, silverware, i Miss Effie Hall,of Illinois, is spend- ?;
More for same ber shops, all of which they want
goods same money etc., in the city at It T. Radiord's. .ing the winter in the city, guest -of
for less at J. L. WellsThat's keep filred with the latest
goods money i :
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Davis.hust ,
Goods will haye to It is no
& CD., go. papers, magazines, etc.: Many
joke, nor fable. We mean businessT- received nice line of china- are in sympathy with this work :
all-only 200 different kindsof Come and will find out. M.Stein.A Ilre
candy at ,C. E. Lewis Candy.Co.'d you queensware ant! lampsatBuie sent in papers, magazines, etc., to
large assortment of candies, Bros. Prices the lowest. sent to our jails and convict ;

store. d20 nuts, fruits fancy boxed candies and ,Our line is l
holiday complete; goods Mr. Robt. T. Radford and f
Christmas china goods of every description fire crackers at Pete Ladis' fruit :!
strictly first-class and prices to suit
i were called to Jasper Wednesday
to be found at J. D.Streety's. .
are stand. 1
the customer. R. T. Radford's.The :
the death of a relative, Hon B.
f A. full line of Christmas Toys and F. A. C. students will. have a Blackwell, which occurred J.'I -
Stein is going to move and goods ovelties at C. A. Ream's .
on display
ten days holiday, and quite a nuinfier evening. Mr. was one
have.got to go. Come early BO you At lowest prices, at 110 Railroad. leave today for their homes. Florida's honored citizens. He J '
can get a bargain.One treet. d20-2t 2
We will have plenty of clerks to a distinguished jurist and was for
' ,twoand five-pound fruit cakes," Workmen are now busily engaged wait upon youwhen.you come. You number of years state's

ordered especially for the Holiday building a brick vault for the Lake can all come at once. M. Stein. In late years he had given up j,
C. trade, at Buie Bros'. City branch of the Florida Savingsand practice of law and has devoted
Mrs. E. W. Davis, accompanied by
; One gallon Kentucky Bourbon, two Trust Bank. self to the banking institutions
her two sons, of Lincoln, Neb., is the
/;- stamp,100 proof,straight goods,82.50.fJugs The Presbyterian bazar opened guest of her mother,.Mrs. II. Wrigh. Jasper and Live Oak, of which
extra. At Crabb's. Tuesday evening. The beautiful ar- was president. Just before his
Don't send for it
away It-buy atCrabb's
.1' Our goods are the best, the prices ray of fancy needle work found ready he had completed arrangements
Horse shoe ,1 ,
only. rye quart
? lowest the assortment all sale at good prices. move to this city and in his
the you
$1; 2 quirts, $1.751 gallon,3.00. Jugs I
II Lake City loses a citizen whom !
could wish. R. T. Radford's. "adore purchasing Fireworks, see extra. I
would have been glad to
I IDon't
< ..5-boxes of Oranges at 'Lake City Ream at 110 Railroad street. 7000
forget to see the fine line of and honor.
(.Bottling Co.'s store. Bought ex-. pieces of fireworks, cheaper than ladies' dress goodija kets and capesat
-'tressly for the holiday trade. d:}) nywhere in the city. d20-2t
J. L. Wells & Co., before buying Christmas Trees. -,
"- Don't forget to call at the Racket Thieves entered R. C. Gainey's elsewhere. .
A Christmas tree will be :given
Store. The best goods, the boarding house Friday night and
\ very Can't put prices in paper. I will the Methodist church next
:i:> lowest prices and something to please stole $129. The guilty parties have sell everything at cost, and some night, the 27th inst. A cordial

.i aIL not yet been apprehended.Don't goods below cost during the sale.M. tation is extended to the public

j..;.. We carry the stock-we buy in fail talee the largest ass Stein. attend the evening's -t
J[:large quantities and .carry every- )rtment of choice home made candy Col. E. Brown arrived home Monday On Christmas eve a tree will

I_.thing you see Advertised that is any ever put on exhibition' in Lake City. after a trip through west Flori- given to the Sunday School I

gF food. Young's Drugstore To be seen at C. E. Lewis Candy. Co.'s I.I da in the interest of the East Coast of the Baptist church. The

W_ .I have jewel cases, sterling silver store. d2p Lumber Co. of selecting and buying presents ;

J? oUet sets, manicure goods-all in We carry a large stock, we give I I 'Don't send away for itbuy it at..I the children is left entirely to i ::

1i the latest style, ready for your inspection you value for your money, in the way Crabb's only. Horse shoe rye, 1 parents, who are expected. to

: at R. T. Radford's. of pure drugs and chemicals and your quart, *1; 2 quarts $1.75; 1 gallon, S3. that none .are neglected.Gppr6SSshillul6S_.. __ I
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lf ?.Malarial poison, chills and never, prescriptions accurately compounded Jugs extra.: -- -- j _

r :.are,positively cured by using Rob- at You ng's Drugstore. Robert's Chill Tonic cures. It restores ; :LOTS I

ems Chill Tonic. Price 25c. Your J. J. Fin ey arrived home Wednes- health and appetite. Try it. Ssl ;
money back if it fails. Young's drug day from Washington,and will spend Price 25c. No cure, no pay. Young's nor D! W1 P. 1i 0.! ._ \. : : :
"'l. store. the holidays in the city recuperating drug store. I _. _. ___ u __
-The ot the
next regular meeting
his health He' has just recovered The annual Conference of the O ;
Romans' Christian Temperance from a long and severe illness.J. Methodist church closed its sessionat I I q :
Unloa will S. Botler
be at Mrs. -
Thompson's Friday, Jan.* 1\102. Be D. Streety has a full line of Live Oak Tuesday. The many ad-' .

-.,rose" .to will come be transacted.as business of importance handsome the assortment vases from and china which sets to ,makea just mirers to note of his Rev.reappointment F. Piston will be to glad the FALL AND WINTER s = {v : ::< a- :

.. selection for a Christmas present.Be pastorate of the church in this city.

rp, What you want is the right kind of sure to call and inspect these Millinery the latest styles, '
iooda at the right kind of prices. u '.
have the goods.It and very Lowest Prices, also: a -
J them. The best goods at "
lowest is bur desire to give the peopleof STOP! STOP! '
.) prices. After having priced A new line of Art Goods at -
elsewhere call at Lake City and Columbia countyan
while In the city,
"the.Racket Store and be convinced. up-to-date jewelry store and believe STOPIDon't J

JTheold reliable E. G. Flowers, in that we are accomplishing our t" fd MRS. T. N. MILTON -
rush V :
'-O charge.A_ purpose. Come in and examine our by in your # a; jI
R. T. Radford's. mad career, if wantto .
you :
: of din-
varied and beautiful line Monroe Block. Marion St. ,

[.strand tea:sets, parlor lamps of all The Monday Evening Literary Club get the Best drink in : ;..

col-oring met this week at the residence of Lake City. At CRABB'Sh' II I i I --.

1 I Mr. J. E. Young. The following of- '''". ,....,..,, .. i
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',, flower stands, is on exhibiiion president; Miss Sadie Young, - .- .. .. ..-..- 'rliG
at J. D. Streety's popular hardware vice-president; Miss Pearl Price, ..,o"()!{).()&.(:&).().()..().().().(}"(}"O"().().().!<)!< ) } (} ()"0"(} ) () () () ()!() !()!(} () ()"0"4)a \'UI

[ !' store. They will not only secretary; Rowe Perry, treasurer;;
please you but you will be delighted., Gordon Brown, critic. Tne club will M NEWS AND GOOD NEWS ; }
,The prices are right and the goods I
are of the best. next meet with Miss Pearl Price.MISS .

Jo* Goods will be sold like cotton. Whatever you can pet for cotton you've pot to take. So we r. -.:;
are by goods. Whatever we can pet for CLOTHING, SHOES: HATS and TRUNKS vl
ftft we will take. We can afford to do it and we l'M >


Has received the largest and most complete stock of Fall and Winter Millinery H as long as they last. You better come in time and get your supply of WINTER CLOTHES $%: iM
.both 'ancy and Plain to suit everyonell taste.tiings It don't pay to go withont them when you have a chance to get them so cheap. KJJ

<' Forms m (fie I D Description.t WE ARE GOING TO MOVE AND WANT TO SELL OUT is /- .i ,
l Ladies R Rend Made
J M as much as we can. We have to movewe got to move and the goods'got to go. M .


LATEST DESIGNS FALL AND WINTER HATS Don't forget the place next to Radford's Jewelry Store. It will pay you to come from a I- .
Trimmed to order by experienced milliners. 4 far distance. .
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t especially for folk who like hovel house party save as.the'euest of such .', .

honeymoons,.says the Paris Messen world" as the .. ."
ContagiousBlood the -
I'It4 members of "great -' -"-- -- .-- -- .- -. -- -. : -" -- ",
.ger.One duke and duchess' of Richmond. It -
would'have (bought that the wou'd be considered 'a grave breachof
n s Poison rattle and the throb and the smell I
etiquette for Either a queen con-
."" which one tolerates by day would be I II
t sort or a priscess of Wales to be the l
.: There is no poison so highly contagions gladly dispensed with by.night, but guest at the home of a bachelor. So CASTOR
:; to deceptive and so destructive. Don't be
men with the motor mania : "Yo.
say has this rule been observed I
;:. too tore are cured because all external strictly
you We
are only at the beginning We I
signs of the disease have disappeared, and yet. that 'the only exception ever made'to .cc!
are going to sleep in them,eat in them, Alexandra in fa- For Infants
the doctor says you are well. "Many persons drink in them it by Queen was and CMIdrea.
J have been dosed with Mercury and -in fact, practically live vor of the nobleman who was destined -'"' "

Potash for' months or years, and pronounced in them. to become her son-Sa-law, when NOv

cored-to realize when too late As a multum in parvo of living early in the SO's the princess of Wales The Kind You Haft JacAr

that,the disease was only covered upLTre things, Noah's ark will be 'outdistanced attended a great ball given .by the FeEv
driven from the
by these' enthusiasts of the
: Bogota like. surface then earl of Fife, Georguna, Lady r say
modern means, of locomotion.. The r Fat
again, and to their sorrow and mortifi- turn of the railways is even predictedby Dudley, acting as hostess on the occasion. Always Bought < r be.
cation find those and dearest : \rCol|
nearest to some 1 egebblePreparaflOnforAsSiinildtiiig -
people, and as for horses ::....--- ; &rCaArHaE
-- them have been infected by this loath well the Society for Prevention of tileFood6I 1&glila- [
some disease, for.no other poison is so A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. AT wlAr
surely transmitted from parent to childas Cruelty is trembling, for their task is Kn6 Hl rtu*MlBr>Stnui Afhs> find Bowels of Bears the SoAr

this. Often a bad case of Rheumatism, nearly done; there won't be any horsesto "Something New Under Ka'JAr Po

Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease practice the refinements of cruelty the Sun." CHILDRENPromotesTsHonCfattrful Ar Kiel
I t I
an old sore or ulcer developing in middle upon. I ArWil
All doctes nave tried to curd CATIRBH by SignatureJ.
Ar Balf
life, can be traced to blood poison contracted I. the use of powders, acid gases. Inhalers and Ar Phi
e I HAY BREAK OLD CUSTOMS.It drugs In i ante form. Their powders dry up ; ArLTTa.Ne
in The Sin of the Parent i the mucuuus membrands causing them to andResrXontains neither
early crack open and bleed. The powerful acids ness of =
life, for it remains smoldering in the sys b Thamatht .Kiajr award.Will let used In the inhalers have entirely eaten 0pwmMorphifle florrat

tem; forever,unless properly treated and i Aside Btctrletla Upon away UM same membranes that their makers NOT NAJlC OTIC.Aatil .
have aimed to cure, while pastes and 4
? driven out in the beginning. S.S. S. u
ao, .
a Privilege ointments cannot reach the disease. An old
the only antidote for this peculiar virus and experienced practitioner who h. s for
the only remedy known that can over- many years made a close study and specialty -
come it and drive it out Of the blood,andit Gossip. are busy discussing whetheror of the treatment of CATARRH has at last : iTx1MzlznnHzaA.y.Fat .
not King Edward, after his corona- perfected a treatment which when faithfully -
does this and I JsI4Le4'L.fdls -
to thoroughly effectuallythat used,not only relieves at once,but permanently -i I Arm
there is never a return of the disease tion, will seek to abolish certain restrictions cures CATikun. by removing thecause..stopping
to embarrass or humiliate you afterwards with which custom hat the discharges, and curingall J Midi
cures Contagious Blood hedged the 'sovereign of the realm inflammation. It is the only remedy ferAC Jean. .i Moo
known to science that actually reaches the
Poison in any and all and the impression is that he will afflicted parts. This wonderful remedy is i.r., .,Quit
S S contains known as "SNUFFL.KS the OCABABTEED CA- MApefect Hire!
stages; no
strike out for of
a larger liberty action -. TABBB CCBC,"and is sold at the extremelylow r7sio Pens
mineral to break down :
than his ,each Mot
predecessors' have en- price ot One Dollar package con- Use
constitution it is [ New ,
; taining internal and external medicine sufficient f
purely vegetable and the only blood purifier joyed. Victoria during her long tor a full month's treatment and everything Remedy for Conslipa. _
known that cleanses the blood and reign never made even the shortestof necessary to its perfect use.tiNUFFLES" lion Sour Stomach.Diairrvoea,
b*the only pertect CATASBH
at the same time builds the genera sojourns beneath the roof of tIDy TraJacks
up CUB ever made and is now recognized as jConvulsionsJeverish- !
health. host who could not claim either illustrious the only safe and positive core for that annoying For Over' rand
Our little book blood birth and disgusting disease. It cures all nessandLOSSOFSLEm
on contagious or distinguished position inflammation quickly and permanently and ..- TNo.
poison is the most complete and instruc- Personal merit and intellectualbrilliant'Y is also wonderfully quick to- relieve BAT Tae Simile Signature of -- .
t tive ever issued;' it not only tells all were always recognized by FEVKB and COLD in the HKAD. coactingto
I! f about this disease, but also bow to cure CATARRH when neglected often lead*to tfyffZ&Z"NEW YearsCASIOR1k
Queen Victoria but to the insistent
COM8BHPT10H='SNUk FI-ES" will save you Thirty
yourself at home. It is free and should
if it at It U remedy *
and increasing claims of mere wealth you use once. no ordinary YORK.I Ste
be in the hands of everyone. seeking but a complete treatment which is positively -
Send for it she seems to have been indifferent.As guaranteed locure CATARRH In any days q

l THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA CA for the younger members of the form tions which or stage accompany if used aacb according package.to direc-Don't I NoH Full

royal family, it soon became clear delay but send tor it at once, and write full
I that the course pursued by Queen particulars as to your condition and you f
will receive special advice from the discoverer -
Victoria and the prince consort need of this wonderful remedy regardingyour !

GETTING BIOGRAPH SCENES. not necessarily be followed by them. case without cost to you beyond the : COPY orVRAPP B. .
A. O.Stec
ol -SNCKKLKS- 'Guar-
regular price
but in the case of their heir apparent anteed Catarrh Cure." .

S*..4r ....er IB Which a BIt Fire and his consort a sharp distinction Sent prepaid to any address in the United .-- ., __ _, _' t"a. _:ca.ran.._ _'. "H wr..at._ 'aq. _rasa._ __ IIPI.. z
-- --- --
States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar.
!. ..q..plaed tot sf.v. was very early drawn between Address Dept EDWIN B. GILES COMPANY .L
lax; Pic tares. I those stately homes of Eng- ,830: and 233J Market St.,Philadelphia. -J

-- land, where the prince and princessof .;?i!!
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"Br-r-r-ringl Br-r-r-r-ing a quick Wales stayed together in what
$15 to $18 a Wed "I
connection with the desk phone of the may be called semi-state and those
salary for an intelligent man or woman in
city manager, and in another momentit mansions where the prince went ,, each town. Permanent position. 3D cents 1I

is known at biograph headquarters more or less informally, says a Lon- per hour-for spare time. Manufacturer.Box --.
that a fierce fire and series of 78, Philadelphia. ..oll6tL.
a explosions don exchange.

have devastated a down.town To give an example, Queen Alexan- I I "Thou Shalt Not'Covet..ttIIPERFECT A.

business block and that the loss of life dra has never formed part racing E. ROBERSON, A. B. SMALL, 11 _

is estimated at 300. ROQERSO1S &: .sMALL..dTTORNEf'S : It i'
The camera operator and his assist- I CONTENTMENT IS BORN IN THE KITCHEH. HEALTHFUL MEALS, 134
; there is
for fire badges, and two minutes scamper later CITY AND JASPER, FLA. Write for Catalogue ef 100 Afferent comiitttiou 6t Uu>Kt fradteiiou el 0 IWtirfkCttttarj ". 12O

the Will do a general practice In State and ash!, far modest outlay, matt lili north limit- It
biograph outfit which takes 2,000 Federal courts. Collections and conveyancIng -
pictures a minute is handed into the Heart Lake City, qfflce: Second Boor Vin- I INVESTIGATE _41
zant Block dlt>t99ivr.HEADACHE. 7'1 ISfa
emergency wagon, which has been
waiting all flay for just such call. I ';., 41U
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The eity manager arrives on the vvtr I / 1

scene to arrange with fire chiefs and Painsare +tt :

police sergeants for a favorable posi- t Iii eIa
tion for the picture-taking 1" :
The apparatus. i + > ft'i. done of Forty years Expertott' I ;
camera is set up on its tripod the a ; 7 :

film boxes: attached, the lens focused Nature's of .. i + t Morn the Home I
warning notes t
and the operator begins to Ia 1 Economize in fuel ] S.
turn the 'I a tt ,J
crank. Three minutes, five minutes approaching danger from a diseased 1ti1! b !:V flake Glad the Households Teen.i 1. .
-the shutter snaps and.every movement heart. If you would AI aB 6uf fbxo.2S DM XSe. "i toP..

of tbeexcitingscene is ,,d -
'faithfully avoid debilitating diseases, or
recorded. The film which may be from -
sudden death from - -- -- - Ci\lWANTfID\ BY
this -- )fAIb
160 to 300 feet in length,is then carried even _
to the biograph factory, where it is de- hidden trouble pay heed to the .9 i CYAUNTEfDIII1Dla& 1' IlliPSfITowr\ R\ lf6.CO.1lASJfVlllf'TfNN. : )e! 6....Ly fir

veloped It in its entirety on reels that early warnings. Strengthen theheart's I 4 'L1'1r:
carry through
developing solutions. Thi $5.000 DEPOSIT =
/ -
dried ; muscles its < !
by_power fans and a "positive" quiet nerv- j
18 printed from it by electric light.. ous irritation and regulate its I R. R. FARE PAID Lv'Ar

The process takes from two to four anon with that of all 200 FREE
hours. greatest LY
Scholarships offered. "IT IS WRITTEN""National ,
That heart remedies Dr. Miles' Write quick to firLv
night the catastrophe of the af tternooB. ,
CA.-ALA.BUSINESS COLLEGE.Naoon,Ca. Steel the "Never had store to bake as
says a writer in Everybody's Heart Cure. Ranges are a
I best made." and quickly." : Ar
Magazine, projected on a screen, seems evenly
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almost as real to the theater-goer as "Darting pains through my I, B.U.PEJCE, Mobile,Ala. UBS.ELLEN Tnris,BasJwffle. ?LV

the actual heart, left side and "Abundance oC hot water
occurrence was to then who arm would always In housekeeping, never
witnessed it.AUTOS be followed by smothering, heart furnished." L" 30years Y
spasms and fainting. Dr. Miles' I I w.R.BRWGHusT.ciatksviae. had a stove so pleasing. v -
Heart Cure has KodolDyspepsia &lEV.J.B. E wni,Nasllv ne. 1
AND HONEYMOONS. entirely relieved After one year'hard' ,
me of those troubles. in perfect condition." jj "I am sure there is none superior."
I nL
i'r.a.k People Are ; PASCTNO CEPHAS SCHOOL, Nashville. 1.T.AHEAEX Saperinlnit
Coasld.rlad 956 Kewaunee St, Milwaukee,Wk. Water Works,NaibviUt
_K.... K/ mlBBi.Bt for W.d- ; Cure "Not one-half the fuel requiredas

alas Jearae,.. formerly." fc "The National, the best range

.. Dr. MiIts'Heart MATRON VAJTDBRBILT trsrvEKsnT. in use."

Sleeping cars on railways have been Digests what you eat.It I "Ilave never seen one I would C J. CCSTEB,Hkkman,Ky.

brought to a great pitch of perfection artificially digests the food and aids exchange it for." "Takes less wood and less time." s

and it now appears that inventorsare Cure Nature In strengthening and recon- B. P.STRATToN, Nashville. T.J.DoDD,Camden.I .
turning their attention to auto- structing the exhausted digestive organ

mobiles, which are to be so adapted it lathe latestdiscoereddigest-
that thty may be used by night as well controls the heart action, accelerates ant and tonic. No other preparation LET US SEND YOU A BOOK OF UTTERS OF RECOMMENDATIONS.DON'T .

as day. The idea is that by a little the circulation and buildsup can approach It In efficiency. It In- 1 EXPERIMENT jt jt BUY WHAT YOU KNOW TO BE GOOD.

\ arrangement of the framing and nuchanum the entire system. Sold by stantly relieves and permanently cures

quit a-tnug little bedroom Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,

may be made of an automobile, and druggists on a guarantee.Dr. Sick Flatulenee Headache, Sour GastraglaCramps Stomach! Nausea and I raw STOVES GLASSWARE TiMVAK MUms QtTtWSWAfft TOYS ClAns IIUIMilIATOIS ROOfRC

there are those who think that the Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Xnd.m all other results of imperfect digestion.
new form will be much in demand, PHILLIPS & BUHORFF MFG. CO. X NASHVILLE
Price We.and|L Large Ue contain 1H times
mall HM.Book all aboutdyspepsianutUedfree
-- Prepared by E. C.DtWITTe6 CO,Chicago. L - --- -.- -

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si Florida Agricultural!! College. e

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iin Beginning Sept. 30th, 1901. s ;

s* -J2212el2l?laiirc/ rcJe r PPP.+ Pf

oir nurses of four years, in Agriculture.-Mechanical Engineering. p
Latin-Science lassies. One year's course in Business-Stenography,
HI Typewriting and Telegraphy. A Preparatory course ot one or two years. ro;: i
as required.for those wishing to prepare for the ollege. Post-graduate f
Ha p
courses are also offered.
Young men under Military discipline. Young women under refining 4 -
home influences at Fostar)fall.
Tuition free to Florida students. Other expenses very small.

-fA Fine modern buildings and first class equipment H

For catalogue, address wmr e 6i

T. H. Tali 'ferro, C. E., Ph. D., ; 1 1

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SEABOARD. AIRLINERAILWAY tkL Same Pcr.et.atea aa Error Said -

to Have B....Made fcr'Bu1edCkert.t. \
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Just take your choice.; .,
'TRAINS i i .It was 127 yean on theist of Ann> An attack of Fever at

gait since Joseph Priestley discov- this tim of year, with '

,DOUBLE DAILY SERVICENOaTH ered oxygen. He called it dephlogis- ,40 v Quinine as the treatment -

ticated air Scheele,. who separatedIt t means a week or
A ..LAbT.I : !It..f M. 1 bOTTHEKN UIVIMON. Jt about the same time, empyrealair ten days lost from Busi
I* Jacksonville..,..._ t0 ur a 770 PAr .L.JacbooTUle__ .____ a Imp ; while Condorcet, more happily ness.It means ten days of _
FerllandtnL.--: a 6 00 p Ar Baldwin_._ __.'li ff1 a| II 011 P than either, suggested vital air. La-
Everett..__. UlTp 9 fII Waldo _'H4ua'ip lip unhappiness for you and -
\r Savannah__._.__ i(6p it 37 Gainesville__ _____'IJlap)_ __ voisier named oxygen-literally the ++ hl ten days of_hard work
AT Fairfax.__.:__ S-U p 114 I "Cedar ---t dl5p.;;....... acid maker-and in so.doing perpet- and anxiety for those
Ar Denmark.Ar .. -:.. 43p :! U a'M' "Silver Sprig_ ____ ,?__ ISip : ._._ .
Columbia:._: -_- 6 "5pSP 1 a'i .. .".Ocala- ___' 1 00 a uated an error, says London Express.It who love you. !:
Camden__..__- ,, \Vtl4wood_. ___ 2wp Jl5a is not oxygen that is the essential This is putting it in its
Ar Himlt -.:._.:..___ 10 IS .co 1I' Leeslmrg.._....._ _..,_ i lip i.i0 aTavares + happiest a+poct. It r
element in the formation of very
Ar Wilmington._ f. 05 _. ___rr_ __ J4bpfitip 4 :iUaI ii
AI'So Pine*.__ 11 Mp 8 .... .. ,1."Orlando___.'__': _." '_' fillip" JOaoo acids, but hydrogen; so called because might mean your death,
ArAr Ralelgb. .___ 1 84 a 10 37 Winter Park.... % and it often means a .
--- --- Johnson' Tonlo Si
Porllllioutb_ ....... 'J W a l rrlillai; ---J I I "Dade City_____. e_... 4 Up40p it helps to form water. The breakdown general I hoar used Took it three '
Ar Rlchmocil = 612 II "Plant City___ 461 Slua early chemists would have hit the I u Quinine for 10 d ys. every
-- al' -- which Never felt better in
health from hour
> ____ __.. I mo of fever bat feel some
Ar WuhJDILOD_ 10 10 a, 7 (6 Tampa 6 toa am lose
Ar Baltimore__._-_ 11 Sia'll' 25 PI'I!\ I mark better if they had interchangedthe utterly wretched. I am recuperate very slowly.m1llfe.ounce weight Did not Can eat an
Ar Philadelphia. I IMp 21d designations; for'oxygen constitutes deaf as a post Lost 10 If are a rich man.
Ar New York......___I 4 a p, I to al.WESTDIV.AN.O .____ Connection made at Fernandinawith the great bulk of water, and pounds J your time is worth much anything. _

I Cumberland route steamers, hydrogen is a constituent of all acids. to your estate. If you
I leaving Fernandina 1:30 p. m. daily What's in a name-in this case is a are a poor man, your time IS worth touch more to your family. The rich-
". I except Sunday arriving Brunswick. chemical misrepresentation. Priest- man might better afford to suffer a Ides of $100.00 a day as a result from enforced .
II I 5p.m. little knew how wide was the absence from business than the poor man can lose the value of his labor. '
i'tLeave ley Both men-rich or poor-are stupid to lose 10 days when 24 to 48 hours is
of the element he had found.
--= i I. Fernandina for Jacksonville range the limit of time required to put them in good condition by Johnson's Chill and

Lv Jacksonville.Ar ... ..._._il==-,Ttfa: 7:40 a. m. and 4:50 m. Oxygen forms one-fifth of the,atmosphere Fever Tonic. .
Lake CUT...._--r--! ,--_ Iii?a p. eight-ninths of th<; waters, I always feel sorry for the family that i* wedded to the plan of subjecting "

"-Madison.UTe Oak...:_._. .-..__. ...',_--1_f rj 3plitap Arrivals at Jacksonville from the and, taking altogether, one-half of all themselves to the Quinine treatment. v 'tI'
Montlcello.._.__.___ ...__ 318 P North and East. No. 37 8.55 a. m.. No. the materials of the globe, so far as The pf'ocess is slow. The result uncertain. The treatment disappointing. +
-Tallahassee._a___ I.tfp knOlll'n. As carbon is the Tonic has two cardinal points that should immediately commend ..
27 9:15 No. 31 6:10 they are -
a. m., m. From .
Ouincy____:...__! i 11 P p. "
Blur Junction__.___' .... Stop the West No. 2 7:R5 p. m. From the basis of all the'organic substance of it to every thinking man in this country.
PensacoU ___ _._ 10 First of all, it is harmless. Absolutely harmless. Harmless under all cir-
South No. 24 at 8 a.m., No. 66 at the world, so oxygen the supporterof ,.
"Xobue-r-I; ......_ 3obaN. .
..'. Orleans___._.......... 7 3D a I 3::;;; p. m. life and combustion, represents its cumstances.Second, it is quick; it acts at once. In 30 minutes after its administration,

---- -- living energies. it enters the blood and begins to undo the mischief caused by Malaria.It .

Train No. 84 the Fla and Metropolitan Limited, vestihuled train between has a wonderful record of 17 years of SUC'RSS9)1J! cases out of every

Jacksonville and New York,via Richmond and Washington including draw. HARKED SALMON RETURN. 1000 are promptly cured, and the 1000th case can be easily cured by doublingthe !

Ing room, dining and observaman buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonvilleand dose and taking it a little oftener.
Tampa. laa? of the FUk Come Back to Their Johnson's Tonic is a wonderful,medicine. It is not mere merchandise. It

No. 66 Fla and Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train, consisting of day Ipawaiag Ground Every is superb. No remedy in the whole domain of lla.leri:1l1Iedca. is mow positive ,

coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between Jacksonville and Wash- Fourth Te... in its action and unfailing in its results. .
ington, and Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville and New York. It will cure. It will'ure'eTery tim It will cure every case of Fever. It

Steamers for Key West and Ilavanna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays -. A. C. Little, state fish commissioner will cure any type of fever.It seldom .....
and Thursdays 11:00 p. m. is the one great medicine that disappointsDon't
Nos 2 and 1, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. is commencing to get results from trifle with Fever. If allowed to run-it is like a hou.se allowed to

.x Full Interaction at City Ticket office 202 W. Bay street. Telephone 260. scientific experiments conducted dur- burn-it will consume you. Use Johnson's. Tonic. Use nothing else.
BAftR ing the last four years, with the object Now, take your choice. Lie in bed for days, or maybe weeks, and poison ,
R. E. L. BONCHGen'l of ascertaining what proportionof I{I your. digestion with Quinine, and arise finally with all the life and tim taken
Sup't. Gen. Pass.
Agent. young salmon turned out by the out of you, or use Johnson's Tonic and be restored at once to perfect health.
Portsmouth Va.
I No loss of vital force. No loss of flesh. No waste of precious time. Take you
state fish hatcheries return
A.,O- IbCDON.ELL. Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. every : choice. +t#
fourth year to their spawning
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grounds. lie has procured numerous A. B. GIRARDEAU Savannah, Ga.

,e GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FORM RIWY. fishermen fish tails from which the bear Columbia certain marks river I u .-.- -----

:= ,SUWANNEE RIVER ROUTE were placed set upon loose them at the before Kalama the fish Fire Storm, TornaUo and Cyclone In UraOG6.

I:". Schedule in Effect August 1st, 1901. ery. These fish are spawn batch-I
salmon caught in 1897 and are, there-I
forefour old. None of COMPANIES RE1'RESENTED'-'
rql11tl !'!xle Quick Dixie years
lite SOtTIIBOUND. 11er. Step. NORTHBOUND! Flyer were obtained in previous years I Insurance .
Best at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business.
i A.IL A. M. A. M. l' M that salmon
again proving return
Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block.
'Ie U. 'LY. Macon 12 45' 6:!5 2v. alatka 113- only every fourth. year, says the San

...;.I97 Kthleen Ofr1, Florahome 6-11I Francisco CalL
a. OroTanla 1-10 Hampton 731 Chalker & Small Agts.
,161 Unadtlla2 O6 1M Sampson City 745F The the run of salmon on .
,1 II Vienna 2 ::10 8\: Lake Butler 810I the Columbia. river, has been unexpectedly I I
18 Ie. :2 50 II UO Lake city 900 I i.- .
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:I II Arabt 9 White Springs 9 26 large this year is believed !!
AAbbur4 3 $ 955 Jasper 1IiII to have been due almost entirely to P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR '- -
I" AI'; 'tltan 4 UO 10 17 Jennings 10.0i :
number offish turned out
M LY. TlftoD 4 02 11131 Lake Put 10354I1' the great
Sparks 413 10M AI' Valdosta 11115 by the Washington hatcheries on 416 Adel 4 38 1105 Lv Valdosta 1110 streams tributary to-the' Columbia. t J .BUILDER. ,
4 Ii Heartplne 4 U 14. Heutplne 1155 .
110 'Are Valdosta 625 1iil Adel 12 IIIIII Several of these hatcheries have not '. ( J'
'v. Valdosta Sad 1ii1 Sparks 1200 been established long,enough to get
I'. Late Park 659 .1230 AI' 1'tUon 1240 I ...LAKE CITY FLORIDA...
101 .Jennings 613 1250 v. Tilton 113 direct returns in the dorm of marked
1!!. 635: 111 Ashburn its .
6 56 Whtte' Springs 7 06 IIII ArabiM '
Lake City 7 :15 211II Cordele 1M Cuamberlain's Stomach and Liver
111 Lake Butler 8 20 2 25 Vienna 2 11a I CALL ON ME BEFORE SENDING AWAY' FOR THIS KINO OF WORK.
8 40 HII tnadllla 23.3a Tablets cure biliousness,constipationand
It Sampson City ...
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4/ Hampton 9011 3 tH OrovanlaaB headache. They are easy to I I. :

Ftorahome II13 321 Kathleen take and pleasant in effect. For sale A .A. A. A. ..*.... ... .>1f*. >4.J4.A.AA.A.A.AJA.A.A.AA.A.AE. . .
w. tAt Palatka 10 :3 4 10 ArWacon I 350P.
M.1 PM PM AMr by G. W. Price. i f


am am art +la m mLv H. A. WILSON.I .
; Macon 0 of 0 420 413, II I AI' Waycro.'III "Sib 3:1tArAtWltaColO / .
745 7i\I\: 34o7w t\ DEALIIItINBeef :
:p m a mjp Is P II Lv Tlftoll' : .
.-LT Macon Sou R' 'flll 930: 1 711.1 Ar1'homasrille ilill
Ar At\aJlta Sou Ry II r.110 410J 955 P m a m put', Pork .Sausage c cAnd
730 930li36U.vMacon :
K H. pm am IIi au Valdosta ,
Oa RR J 4 Iii '3 c.5 11I 00:25: -13 Ar Thomasvllle 810 t 1110 12 fill

",.U.Icuta Ga RR a IIIU 740 121 950 I P a ........ !; ..,- Everything Handled by a First-class Butcher.
....,#,.. pm Lt Valdosta :m\\ 535 \- --r-; .... ( I'
O 'Cordele a 1 AI'Jacksonville. am a 8 5.i I "i L.7E\ -.; -.' '? I I i CITY MARKET, PHONE: 43.

ArAlbu 1 -IILrCor4ele sat I 1 :" (I. Groceries-Ice Cream and Soda Water Parlor ,the colored
..;:.' pm' Lv Lake Butler lfti .. near

210 J Jack&onvllle n 101Aaericus m a m I I. .. ...... '11 r:" j.. I, Masonic Hall. augSO
P ;
310 I I ...-4.. .. -..". I '
:...J!o< amp 200 3 LT Ar Cainrsi Sampson'file City U 1Iro.: II Ss'jUton UUsj I "'"--:: '. .. .:..' ....J:: I'I .". ,.. ..... ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. ..... v ..,. ..... y..... ,.. ,.. ...... .,... v ..,. ,.. ..,. ...... .....

M I I ti __ __ ___331111_ :-;;:...... -,-,., =';.-:7'r\; I .
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f Dally except Sunday t Sunday only .: -

"""'-' Dixie Flyer has through coach and Pullman deeper between 51. con sand Jack- :>- I -
lie via Valdosta and through coach and local sleeper between Macon and Palatka.J FIRST-CLASS
deeper open In Macon union depot 9:3U p.m.. and remain" In union.depot on return, llNDH117iER1La3er.Lty' \
J!i, ? "Quick Step"solid train between Macon and PaUtka. The Only MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND

,'i Vice-President. General Passenger Agent, :Fla: .: CHILDREN'S

.;, MACON, G.'. i Collins anil l Caskets all St\ 'e- :tIll
llARBV lll'RNS, F. P.Jraiibail \., I
vg G. HALL T..P A.,
Orders Promt th FilialTHE
House, Atlanta,C:i., 201 W. Biy St., J.1CC:1vlll; : FU. 1'ritea.r : FINE I
I w Men'sSUITS House


p.ant 5st m'.i.i'The .iI OVERCOATS, }


Great Through Car Line From Flnnida.E t FINE NECKWEAR FURNISHINGS in Georgia '


1! Line via Charleston, Richtaond and I SHEETS, Etc. J
The Atlantic ,
I $East Washington. I I II t Ladies' This is guaranteed ::1
} The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
I II by,futli imitation by 1
i i All Kail.East. Washington. 1 Silk and Flannel
SHIRT WAISTS very competitor, and :.t

j.g;; The'Southern Railway via Jessup, Atlanta, Chattanooga |I II A r OUR STOCK FOR TAILOR.MADE' confirmed by the

The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. SUITS,

.4 West} The.Southern R'y via Sayannah, Columbia and AshvIlle. i,I 1901-02 Rainy-Day and Dress Largest Patronage .

; The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery. J Skirts Underwear, of the People. ,
r ;; .
Offers possible Neckwear
{ I TM D1swK every
t for New I Hosiery, Corsets,
; Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company advantage to careful
< 1 York, Philadelphia and Boston. and economical dress Wraps Every Style.

.-; Via Norfolk for New Y.rk Baltimore and W aehingtpn. '
I ers at 'i Boys'Girls'and
Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners -
.i,Steamship..; 1 Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia. LIVE "'Incontestible Prices. Children's .'

'F and [ Via Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. Joi'I(, Clothing, Overcoat, -:

Nova VANA.Scotia J WE SHIP I I C. 0. D. Eats Caps Jacket, Hod, 'ry, <

I Breton', Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant 7.T""rice'Ed Steamship Underwear and

A l -} Line for Halifax, Hawkebberry and C SOFTENED BY AGE. To any Express Office and examination privilege Furniahf.ng& 1

IJ wards Island. ] Ivarded Bala'Modal! at Atlanta! EiposiGoa. gives you every facility for personal selection. :


'I Cheap excursion rates to Buffalo N. Y. account Pan-American. Expo!>ltlon, ISTHE BEST AND PUREST ffioalEmD 'Carhart Union-Made Overalls.B.ll.LEVY&BRO.Savanoahfia.. I

..... g pas..rngers to rlstt : undersigned will be libel sap WHISKEY SOLDIN
.AddreUl'1 ot andnhandsoome advertising matter. .J

"'" ,etc.,call on or write to
Reservations .l
I formation as to KaleS Sleeping
L Division Passenger Agellt.
r M. rla ,
JacUoavl.le. .
: LI' US W.Bay: Str. Astor Block .
Pas.Tramc Mgr..
k DuaA*.Gem SupertnUndent I Snallnab.Ga CINCINNATI. U. S. A.
.Savannab, 0* .


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He )Drinks The Best Lowest straight and summer tour- ,

ist rates, to the ,north, west and Nine-
r ae and BO will you if you purchase southwest, via the Louisville and :
Nashville R. R" The Louisville and
:r your Christmas stock'of Nashville R. R. offers the lowest Tenths ..," '.>.. -'- -. -,
:. Wines and Liquors of us. We straight rates to all points throughout '-" '

have the purest And the beslT the north, northwest and south- 'of Pure Ju"i"c-cs'rom Natural {,
and tourist tickets to :;
They are the Lest for you to west, summer ,
I buy and you will find no fault all through lake the and north mountain and northwest resorts, al- all the .
r' with our prices. We sell the so to the Pacific-coast. Through "EGQIATES the Over,Stcmach and Bos:

s finest brands at lowest prices. sleeping nati, Louisville car tickets, Nashville sold ,to St Cincin-Louis, PeopleSuffer I Cleanses the S y stem.Purifies the BIood! _'

W. M. PENNINGTON, Chicago information and New' ,Orleans.of the perfect For detailed f JRES Malaita Bifiousness, Constipatie

service_offered by the L.
LAKE CITY FLORIDA &; N. R.R.,. showing through schedules from a Weak.Stomach and Impaired Digestion}
sleeping car lines,and for rates, -'
reservations and any,desired inform DiseasedLiver Every Bottle Baaiisted to bin Sifls&cfia.,:-j
ation. call on or address, B. H. Hop ....
-.1. Ga:sOZ-rr ._ '
Jack- "'LXIDO.IIJa.-:
kins, Florida passenger agent, '
.. sonville, Fla. C. L. Stone, general Price CO Cents. \
W. m
':'f passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. s
@ Watchmaker -[ I Ai Prepared by JAMES F.BALLAKQ,St Look M*_ 4i
Under the title, "The Secrets of
m 'mIft. m ge | ;
Jeweler and Optician. the Stars,"" the Washington Post t

i e prints a weekly column of prognostications Sold by Geo. W. Price. .
by an alleged'astrologer.. Ii irI
,That is our business-and we are doing I.m
m. our best to please.you and give you this a reflection upon the intelligence ,.. ar.nnt
the best service.
of the Post's readers or upon that of
M/i/ Everything we do we warrant cannot .
; be done better anywhere. its editor? :u .sI- : .M 'e.Ihi
,, l'!! !' U iH!,1.4.
till Everything we sell we guarantee.and WI
,m;, protect you In your purchase every : The World'Greatest Fever M -t-: .D
\Ill way-in Prices and in Quality. WIil
Graduate Optician-Scientific fitting of Y il>>' Medic_ine. I
Engraving and =I O
II Spectacles. Musical Goods. :1IUI Johnson's Tonic does in a day what I Spring Summer a:
a Specialty
t : \JJWj /
slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. b
W Its splendid cures are in striking con B
trast with the feeble cures mabe by m Your wants of every kind an be flU here promptly and uLi-t'
'tJj.ROBT.. T. RADFORD. il>>. Quinine. actorilr. The largest and moa beautiful collection of UUUaerj we 1 1
E643.fWORMS have ever presented awaits you. a
>> If you are utterly wretched, take a t

ilmmm m@? RARA N QAaA ?iR m m and thorough drive course out every of Johnson's trace of Tonic mala- !ii. SPRING AND SUMMER HATS i = ft

rial The wise insure their
aoisoning. p. Together with a complete line of all kinds of tint-class UUUncrrS "
lives and the 'wiser insure their m awaits your pleasure. Out-of-town orders receive prompt attesttei .i.
health by using Johnson's Chill and ... .
WHITE'S CREAM fever Tonic. It costs 50 cents if it
!' VERMIFUGE cures;not one cent if it does not. it t! MRS. L. T. FUNKv-- I:

)lot ID Quantity._- Jlest I.QualitJ.

For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies.Y [)r. W. n. Ives, Jr. timIfflUmi" H'iiHiiiH!!:! HimHiii.I' I,

BOLD BY'.taXa :S :RVC3rt3ZST8.rrep.icabr : Ei
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Sold by Geo. W. Price.
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. . .-. J. D.. CALLAWAY BROKER 2 TomDstones e MonumtL I,

i Carriage Maker and Undertaker i REAL INSURANCE ESTATE AGEN.l'Lake AND tIii
Georgia, Vermont and Italian flarble. ";;i ]
(lrns and Caskets always on band at reasonable prices. Prompt City Fla. \ i
attention to CALLS Day or Night elegraphic orders promptly attended ( Granite Monuments,Headstones.Tablets Statuary. Also Steel and Y 'J,
to. -- Wrought Iron Fences. Parties needing Marble work will 1.D41t to .
FINEST HF.ARSE IN THE CITY. i S \"KS R. PARKER, (i their interest to write us for designs and prices. All Weak flninatttiValdosta -1-

I Marble
o Attorney At Law. Company .
c VAUDOSTH GEORGIA. lrmar'01 l
O t s "

2 !.s ,

Store.Office upstairs LAX K CITY in the Fi.*rear of Price's Drug ii Lake CiM i Bottling .i. i
.O eO \ a 9
TAB. J. L. NIBLACK ng. ; ":
a e omp -
Resident Fhos la- 41 OiiLSTtRUITS -
Duggies and Wagons for sale and built to Order. General Repair- i Headquarters at WISB'S Drufstore. All
specialtv. All work guaranteed. Carriage material for sale also messages left bere
,/ agent for Marble Monuments and Grave btones. promptly attended to.

t J. A. FISHER, LAKE.CITY, FLORIDA. Cool Drinks, Fruits, Vegeta-
O bles, Tobaccos, Cigars,
LAKI cirr FU. Nuts, Raisins, Apples,
Practice In all State Courts prompt attention \ And Fine Candies.
to all Buhlnes. Mortgages and Deeds
drawn and acknowledgements taken.
Southern Janl- 8) COLUMBIA COUSTT. tiodaVater., Sarsaparilla, Strawberry, Ginger Ae
Seltzer Cider. Etc.

H. He He <5T/i'"w_ Geo. J. Davis, Manager.
0. Got Got lf E3S2 .
C. Cau=ht. Cured. a

RailwayDIRECT ..s; 11 l go. . .


Il Cirettatcuewttb I G SUMMER HEAT :

LINE-QUICK TIME TO % The thermometer will goon be climbing to the Sum- G
H.Q.C. ; mer heat mark. You will soon be wishing you could
Wasbin YOrt Baltimore, Philadelphia, w theufeureudpaiaku: 4 contrive" to get along without that awfully not range.
flew Chicago) Cincinnati, __ti 9 oucao.
Louisville Atlanta, Bil1liagball, CUR__ "?r-? A I

fbaIt4100ga, mettphis, St. tolls, Kansas Citf. J t I Ie_3 UYL Express sl at prepaid Dnul8t. or TRY BLUE FLAME t

AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST. Mad otfj kr Aau csxKCAl xn en Blue Flame makes an ideal neat for cooking-quick. .
NZwOBLIASLLL O convenient and economical.;, We have Stove you want
sale It costs but little and Is"a great! labor saving device
by George W. Price. .
NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE TMISi % sues-with or without cocking: utensilsO !


AND THE U. S. FAST MAILTo Geo. S. HacKer <&< Still %

the East and North.
Try You :

To the West and North-west. v an can 1

The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot 0 I ron Afford
Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the
World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville t. I I King'.I I It 1

Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina. I I bO

Choice Of Route to Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo n. V. j -- I ,

Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cats,Through.
Coaches, Excellent Diiing Car SeIV Ce. MANUFACTURERS OF You'll Have
; Better Meals, and the Cook a Better Temper.

Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with I
Doors SOSIL BiiflS MouldingsAND I O I carry the most eomple line of rockery jutrenv
the Plant System from Jacksonvtle. ware and Tin-ware in the cm''. Just what you want-
prices the lowctj considering quality or goods.o .
For Rates.Schedules and Information,call on or address

.. W. T. COSBY,TraveUng PWl8IIger Agent,log W,Bay S&, CKSOSVILLB,ru.e I Building Material. Tia-ft001iag and Guttering a SI c6ialtll.O I:

e .JL IIARD\VICK General PassengerAgt., W.1L TAYLOR,\uL Gen.Peas.Ag1., CI1ARLLESTOT4, S. c.
2.J. D. STREETY. -- '
April asth, 1901. I marts Send for Prices. lyrisoi -- -

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