The Citizen=reporter

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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
January 3, 1913


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
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).
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Preceded by:
Columbia County citizen and Florida tobacco plant
Preceded by:
Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1885)
Succeeded by:
Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1919)


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I y\ only voice heard in the big room is. that of the reader. '
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'"^"^ 'S!.Can public opinion compel uniform di-
Tl'Ull- t vorce Jaws? If it can, will it ever re . :
SUJllC the 'point o'f exerting itself to bring about 3
O -inion +this reAilt? As to the first question, there .
S0 is no doubt +s Publie opinion can do about
Sh uld ...
hOu'ld anything. It is our final authority.
SCOm pel .. To be sure, we hear a -great .deal these
days about the tremendous power of the
Unifol "interests," and how frequently that power
Law s is exerted -in directions counted to the nat-
B ural trend of public opinion. But,when we
SBy CHAstoE. PARKattempt an analysis of the matter, it be-
S oebmes apparent that the power of the"in-
tereste" is simply a power to nooklpubeic
opinion, and that this power is successful only in so far as public opinion-
is of itself sluggish or wanting in unanimity. .- *
Public opinion, once thoroughly-aroused and concentrated upon -I a
definite object, will always sweep everything before it. .-
It is not-, then, a question of ability, it is a question of willingness
on the part of public opinion. Will public opinion ever reach- the'"oint "'"
whei'e it will oeumnpel uniform marriage and divorce laws? Most asaur- .
edly.yes; just as soon as present conditions become bad enough and uni-
versal enough to justify the concentration of public attention and public
disapproval upon them. -
Few people realize how important a part the process of decomposition .J
plays in all evolution. The oculist does not remove a cataract until it
is ripe. ,
It may seem to some of us that in the matter of divorce and remar-
riage conditions are already sufficiently malodorous to justify their cor-
rection without delay.
It is evident that we are too much in a hurry. The world is patient,
but its judgments are sound and sure.
As soon as these conditions become "ripe" public opinion will turn.
its attenfton to them and will perform a drastic and thorough surgical
operation. It is simply-a question of time.

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-ORK in a Cuban cigar factory of the best. class is agreeabl-
S ' spiced with entertainment and instruction. In such a factor
not only does every cigar maker have plenty of light and air,:
: ;4a leather covered chair to sit on and the privilege of keeping
:: on his hat while he works, but he is entertained meanwhile
with novels and newspapers, song and discussion.
The factory reader sits at the rear of the ,workroom, en-
throned upon an elevated stand. 'He is paid from the private
funds of the cigar makers, the cost to each man ranging from
ten to fifteen cents a week. This covers the cost of the books,
novels and newspapers, as well as a salary of $39, which is Ipaid to the
president of the reading committee tomake up for the time he is siup-.
posed to lose from his work while engaged in 'pting votes or making.
the weekly collection.
The readers earn from $40 to '$60 a week, reading for a period of
three or four hours a day. As a rule each -factory has two readers, and
newspapers are taken up in the morning and books tor novels in the after-
noon. .

(N 1791 Daniel Webster's father, who was a captain under Gen.
T John Stark in the Revolutionary war, was made a judge of the
I 'local court at a salary of about $350. This success turned his
attention to giving 'hii children that which he had-irretrievably
I^ Ilost---an education. Such was the genius of the new institu-
: |tions to which our independence gave rise and so great was the
Controlling power of the people in political affairs, through the:
.*l eleb+ive franchise, that it was apparent to all thoughtful neti
That g-neral intelligence among the masses of the'people was
: ; .essential to the healthful working 'and the perpetuity of the
new form Of government. Not only therIefre did state legislatures and
the muiipat, officers of the various townsgive special consideration to
educational matters, but men of wealth, uider the influence of'patriotism,
contributed freely of their own private funds for the endowment of schools
and colleges. .
: When, Daniel Webster was fourteen years of age ,his father took him
r to Exeter academy. Daniel's education was determined upon because of
the fear'that the heavy work of a farmer would be too severe a tasi for
Danel,., who was weakly 'as a boy, and Daniel was sent to. school that,
According to the custom of the times, he could teach school in 'winter and
work'on,.the farm, if his health allowed, in the summer. After a year gt
S Exeter he was sent to the school of Rev. Samuel Wood, who prepared. boys
r, ior-college at 'One dollar a week for tuition and board. -It was while on
'thei to hlouthi, the hope
their way to Mr..Wood's that Daniel's father first held outto him tle hop
s. , eimdimi to college, an advantage Daniel had never aspired to in
Mhid Iost.t- ,tious ts. Daniel wept. from excessive joy. How dif-
". rnt-wee hJfeelings ftrom hose of many at the present day, who wlhen
the privilege of-a college edue aon is offered em, regard the pro9sitiou
as an affliction grat that. t e cry from sorrow. The golden qtportu-r
A, ity they throw away and whea-oo late to repair the disaster deeply regret
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S You will not always be boys. In.. few years you must take your.ilace
Among men and in order to be qualified to exert much influence, over them
Syou must know something. Every 'boy now in school, every young mink
Snow in college is placed in an enviable position; by rightly improving, his
.advAnta I he will qualify himself to-occupy important positions. If vobu
would have your opinions resIected, your advice sought, and hope to be"
looked'to to fill .places of trust, you must be educated. Who would fave
Ssuttpposed that the puny, awkward, backwoods lad, in homespun clothes and
Rustic manners, who was made he obje.t of rTidicule, would astonish man-.
S kind with his eloquence, settle 'through the skillfulness of,his diplomacy
Some of the most difficult problems of international government and attain
q 4 n'eminence immeasurably higher than any official dis-
.+ tkiction within the gift of the people?' It is no more
-unlikely now that you may acquire distinction than
it w#s'in hisi case when he was of your age.
N' ere money makers can succeed without edu-
r cationm. But money maing is not the highest kind of
S J ,success. The demand for thoroughly trained men
+ -today is greater than the supply. The best jobs go
'be r "gging for the riglit men to fill them.


Jimmie resolves. not to "sass" hits
mother any more "


The selection of the book or novel to be read is an interesting feature. ,..
It takes the chataeter of a, political election, each man voting for the ]op .
he wants. "The president of the leading committee, counts "the votes and .
announces the winning book,.,hiWch'is forthwith bought and placed' its ,
turn to beiread,. / .. '
Those who cannot read r wrife are.yet keplit informed'in this wa .
'Thom+se,, ,.',,,ho',cano e, WT ye" P"" ..
upon publiiqulestions, and 'are Lable to discuss intelligently problems of '
national and i municipal interest. ,They seem to be wellinformed, on.1a scieni- ,
'tific and otlier matters.. _: ,:,. :.-.
t.L is frequently the Oase fhat the- newspapers have editorials, or .,
articles whiwh amrse the pa otic fteli-r u of-the .men. Then the reading
is stopj)e, voices are. Ifeard ornamenting on the. sub-
Iect treated, ant4heir nife, or chav t'is struck vio .:.
|^ 1B lently onl-the flat surface )f their wo g table.. s' .
I is their, mode o'qf applauding. 4- +. .
.I^ /t 3Sometimes the national hymh and dte populara ...t .
.~ airs are intoned, but singing is reserved for '-,rtant :
i \! occasions, such as the victory of a Cuban iri a foreign "
country in some athletic contest, in .a' hard gam :
^[. ^yV wrung fro- -, some of the baseball teams which visit
Havana each "year. The excitement. lasts, however,


Day after day the modern juggernauts
sweep through our crowded streets, claim-
ing their human victims without a hand
effectually raised in protest. The other day
'in Chicago a you g 'and talented girl,' just
budding into womanhood, oh her way to the
high school where she was soon to finish her
work to fit her for life's duties, was sudden-
ly hurled to the pavement and her crushed
and bleeding body hardly removed before
life was extinct.
The coroner's jury exonerated the drivWr
of the automobile. Perhaps the verdict was
legally correct. It was an accident. But
the conditions that make such accidents pos-
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Happy New Yearl"
"We are on the.threshold of a new
year. We do: not know what the
year holds forus, but lwe, are not
afraid-of it. ,We have learned to look-
for kindness abd goodness in all our
paths, and so we go forward with
glad hope and- expectation."-J. R.
M iller. .. .

An English report on education
says-The female teachers were in-
structed in plain cooking; they had,
in fact, to go through the process of
cooking themselves in turn.-Boston

Wolves Startle Town.
Palmyra, Mo.-Armed men and snap-
ping dogs-pursued a large gray wolf
through the streets the other day. Aft.-
er a long chase the animal was shot
and killed by Louis Nelson, deputy
game warden, where it stood at bay in
front of a'hedge row.
The wolt waA captured when it was
a oub ,ith six others, in the Salt'riv-
er lWle' of Rails county. County As-
sessor Milton Phillips took it home.
When it grew older it killed all the
oats on Phillips' .farm. He then turn-
ed it over to a Palmyra resident.
Yesterday the wolf broke its chain
and ran out on the street. It was pur-

humanity cries out against

Certain kinds of accidents have occurred in* the past that today are
impossible because the conditions'under which such accidents could -occur-
have been eliminated.
The locomotive engineer, when he has a warning signal of danger, is
required to have his engine under, perfect control. This means that he can
proceed only at such speed that when the danger is realized his engine can
be brought to almost an instant stop, and- this on a private right of way.
Why are these life destroying engines allowed to use the crowded pub-
lic highways at a speed absolutely beyond the control of the operator, and
our newspapers publishing the death list of their victims dayafter day. "
A spd limit law consistent with safety and the strict enforcement
. of that law is the only remedy.

Her Sort.
Alice-What kind of a girl has Jack
engaged himself to? Rose-Oh, she's

The Knocker Atroad.
When you hear a man start to
boost by saying: -"I wouldn't knock

One Way.

r -- Hard Luck Feared.-
Hard Luck Peared.


Vol. 30 No.7



Labor of Cuban
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.with all of the raiJroads. Themwatches
used in the service must not vary
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more tllan inir y sec p: FV.
They appoint good workmen to keep
Sthe watches in this condition.
Then why do you worry along with
, your timepiece? If it does not keep
correct time you should send it to the
Atlantic Coast Line Watch Inspector,
High Springs, Fla. Here we will
give it the same attention and repairs
as the railroad watches get. You
know then that it is correct.
A trial will convince you.
~, Address your package to
89-tf High Springs, Fla.

e14eap-New wire/fencing
and posts, to- enclosing th .north
and east. sideP of the city celaetery;
aame'to'be'Tlftov by purchas-.
Ladies Cemetery 'Associathan

Thelma Cheshire
vs. (Divorce.
J. H. Cheshire
It appearing by affidavit of Thelmia Ches-
hire that J. H. Cheshire's residence is un-
known, that he is over twenty-one years of
age and that there>S no person in the State
the service of a subpoena upon whom would
bind said defendant; it is therefore ordered
and adjudged tha-t J. H. Cheshire do appear .
Lo complainant's bill ot complaint on the 6th
day of January, 1913.
It is further ordered that this be published
in the Citizen-feporter, a newspaper pub-
lished each week in Columbia County. Fla.,
por eight consecutive weeks.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand -and; a4fixed the seal of our Court
on this, the 12th day of November. 1912.
[Seal W. J. ROEBUCK,
"ll-I-.t 'lerkt Circuit Court.



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DR. COPELAND OIBSON They Always Help Eliderly Persons.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Foley's Kidney Pills give just the
help elderly people ..need to tone and
Practice limited to diseases and de- strengthen their kidneys and bladder
fects of EYE, EAR, NOSE and and regulate their action. John Mc-
THROAT. Masters, Streator, Ill., says: "I feel
Lake City Office Hours: Wednes- better and stronger than I have for
day, Thursday, Friday, 9 to 10 and many years, and Foley's Kidney Pills
11 to 12 A. M. did it." Sold by A. R. Wise & Co.
Colored patients Saturday 9 to 10
and 11 to 12 A. Mf. -
Office in First National Bank Bldg. Sheriff's Sale.

$100 Per Plate
was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay
in 1842. Mighty costly for those with
stomach trouble or indigestion. To-
day people everywhere use Dr. King's
New Life Pills for these troubles, as
well as liver, kidney and bowel.dis-
orders. Easy, safe, sure. Only 25c
at A. R. Wise & Co.'s.


Frightful Polar Winds

blow with terrific force at the far
north and play havoc with the skin,
causing red, rouglih :or sore chapped
hands and lips, that need Bucklen's
Arnica Salve to-heal them. It makes
the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled
for cold-sores, also burns, boils, sores,
ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only,
25c at A. R. Wise & Co.'s. '

, Our line of shoes and hats
crop prices. M. J. PORTER

at short
CO. 22tf

Notice is hereby given that I as Sheriff of
Columbia County, Florida, have levied upon
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.- and. will offer for. sale in front of the court
house door for cash in Lake City, Florida,
between the legal hours of sale, on the 6th
A meeting of the stockholders of day of January, 1913, a one-tenth undivided
the First National Bank will be held interest in the following described lands:
ta.NeoX, E% of Nwij, Swij ot Nwq, Ne?< ot
in the offices of the bank on Tuesday, swk, and N% of Sej, section 24, township
S,' 3, south, range 16, east, Cohumbia county,
Jan. 13, 1918, for the purpose of Florida, as the property W. L. Daughter,
electing a board of directors for t ,the under and by virtue of anexecution issued
e.nout of the circuit court in favor of M. L.
ensuing year. Plympton.
STT Terms casn; purchaser to pay for title.
Sheriff, Columbia Co., Florida-
Chattanooga sulky plow with Coul- Plantff's Attorneys.

Phone No. 33-J

ter attached-a perfect riding plow.
lt us show it to you. JAS.- E.
YOUNG CO. nov22tf

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Bowels Are


Master's Sale.
Notice is hereby given that under and pur-
suast to an interlocutory decree made and
entered by the Honorable M. F, Horne, Judge
of the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and for Columbia
County, in Chancery Sitting. on December
4th, 1912, in a certain cause therein pending,
wherein A. B. Small is Complainant, and
Columbia Motor Company. a corporation, et
al., are defendants, the undersigned, as
Special Master, appointed by said decree,
will offer for sale. and sell at public outcry,
-before the front door of the Court House at
Lake City, in said County and State, to the
highest and best bidder, for cash or on such
terms as the Codrt may determine, on Mon-
day, January 6th, 1913, the same being a legal
sales day, during the legal hours of sale, the
following described property, the same be-
ing sold as the property of said Columbia
Motor Company.
The automobile'garage and supply busi-
ness of the said Columbia Motor Company,
now being operated and conducted by the,
Receiver in said cause, in the said city of
SLake City, including generally all auto-
mobiles, automobile supplies and acce5sor-
fes, the shop machinery and equipment the
leasehold interests of said company on its
business location, and contracts held by the
Receiver for the sale of automobiles, and
any and all property of like character now
connected with or attached to said auto-
mobile and garage business. Said property
may be inspected by application to the RIte-
ceiver. .
Spectal Master.
W. H. Wilson and A. B. & C. C. Small,
SSolicitors for Complainant.


and you miss that fine feeling
of exhilaration which follows
a copious morning opera-!
tion, you should put a small
quantity of Simmons Red Z
Liver Regulator (The
Powder Form) on the tongue
and wash it down with-a
little water.
Its action in the system is puri-
fying and strengthening.- It drives
out hard impactions and impurities
and gives tone to the -Muscular,
structure of the bowls. It over-
comes the tendency to chronic con-
stipation, relieves a bloated-feeling
in the abdomen, sweetens the breath
and promotes vigor of body, mental
alertness and cheerful spirits.'
Sold by Dealers
tPrice, Large Package, $1.O0
Ask for the genuine with he Red Z on the
label. If you cannot get it remit o us, we "
will send it by mail, postpaid, Timmaons .
Uyet Regulator Is also put up in liquid form
for those who prefer i t. Price t.UO per
bottle Look for ihe Red Z IabO.
so f'--

meat you want and we'll
make tle weight exact. We
won't cut off an extra pound
or so above the weight you
ask for. That's not our
way. We give our custom-
ers just what they 'ask for in
the way of fresh meats.
That's why our business is
on the increase.

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final Proof Notice.
:Department of the Interior,
United.States Land Offlce,
Gainesville. Fla., Dec. 7,1912.
Notice is hereby given that Joshua Lang.
of Lake City, Fla., who, on April 4, 1910, made
homestead entry, Serial No. 06664, for NE.4
of NE4 Section 31, and' NW of NW- Sec-
lion 382, Township 1 South. Range 17iEast,
Tallahassee meridian. has filed notice of in-
tention to make final five-year proof, to es-
tablish claim to the land above described,
before the Clerk of" he"C'rcutt Court. Lake
I'- l.a.,"on the 1St (ay ol January. 1913.
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12--d3-5t HENRY S. CHUBB, Regi-3ter.





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' A go6d display of. Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry to
S select from.

Repairing a specialty and our
Avork is noaitivelv guaranteed


Established 1874


Rear Union Barber Shop

Don't go about looking as
though you had slept in your
clothes and., with. the rem-
~nants of recent lunches be-
smeared ove'i- hem. It costs
several good, hard earned
dollars to tuy new clothes, ,
but what's the use when you
can get your old suit
so it will look just like new
for a small outlay. Come
and let us show you.
Hats cleaned and blocked.


and Jeweler

(With apologies to the Poetic Muse)

To brag, to bluster, or tell the sober truth,
That is the question.
Whether it is nobler in the mind of man
To champion a misanthropic cause,
And to become the mouthpiece for the slings
And arrows of the disgruntled,
Or to be a statesman, whose authority

Mt. Tabor

The First Nationa! B nkof La- e ak Ity

FRIDAY, Jan. 3, 1913.


Our worthy Mayor disdains an ap-
peal to the legality of questions and
spurns and ridicules the opinions of
some of the best lawyers of the city.
He seems to have taken for his slo-
gan "the will of the people. He
is the self-appointed mouth-piece. of
the people" and. to quote his own
"By the people, I mean the
power that is greater than even
the City Council. The power of
the people is something latent
_but always potent, and on occa-
, i .siions may become igpetic, and
S breaking forth froin ll restraint
S carry away every opposition and '
gather strength with progress,
Sand, finally leave wrecks and dev-
astation in its path."

W""4. W.,Oft6s.




Good Luck
Charlie Scott'and family left the.
first part of the. week for"Wauchula
to make their future home.
Young Roberts and family have
moved on the place recently vacated
by J. W.- Brannon.,
Charlie Barwick.and family spent
Christmas day with relatives near
P. J. V. Hutchiingson and two,
daughters, Misses Artie and Ethel,'
visited relatives near Mr. Zion during
Hon. 9. D. Duproe and family vis-
ited his wife's mother, Mrs. Sarah-
Cheshire in Suwanee county last
Rev. Joe Bass is to preach at Mt,
Carmel first Sunday morning. '
H. F. Barwick and wife visited the.
families of J. S. Nims andtharlfel
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After giving the matter
the merchants 'of this city are plan-
ning the formation of an association
having for its object a credit rating
by individuals.
'P. R. Stockton, representing the
Merchants' Mercantile Agency, pub-
lishers of the Credit Experience Guide,
which agency is organizing business
men all over the United States in a
similar way, has been here several
days working up interest in a local
By this system all individuals as
well as Arms, are put on record show-
ing at how many places they deal,
what amount of credit they obtain,
and how they pay eacli firm with
which they have had dealings; accord-
ingly they ard rated. "prompt pay,"
''fair pay," "slow" pay" and "no
Persons who pay- one or two mer-
chants in order" to use tiem as a ref-
erence to get credit from others and
then neglect to pay them, form the
class that is largely responsible for
the losses in the .business world, it is'
Ti aim of the system is. to show
suh -persons in their, true light, and
making it necessary to |ay cash, thus
reducing, the losses in extending
"What the trading public should
uinsistaupon," said Mr. Stockton, "is
that their merchants give them a
rating, so that when they ask for
credit all that is necessary is to refer
to the guide.
There are many people who are
not intentionally slow in paying their
accounts, but are neglectful, ,and
when they unlerstaind that they must
be rated they will endeavor to secure
the best rating possible, and will be
S more prompt, instead of allowing
their bills to accumiilate. The book
Sia now published in the greater por,
tion of the United States,"and re-
newed every two years. In many
states every hamlet in the state is or-
ganized under this system.
*"People moving from one state or
county to another aie followed by
special agents, which show if they are
good or bad risks for credit and for
-what amounts. This Credit Guide
1 plaeesthehQAest and, p pgiM irsons
? u' on 8in L eV-ery -m erena,* t
discriminate between those wh6 pay
and those who do not. It is, there-
fore, a benefit alike to both debtor
3 of and creditor.
3tate -,Supplements to the Credit Ex-
perience Guide are issued every ninety
days in the form of a secretary's re-,
and port, keeping the rating book con-
are atantly up to date.
912, -"Each subscriber is furnished with
e of letters to send to delinquent debtors
the that he may have on his books, giving
ntiff them due notice to adjust their ac,,
dant counts, so no one can complain there
ion- was an injustice done: that one after
$212 the book has been distributed.'

Is based upon the majesty of law
Of right and of reason.
To be a statesman? It would not do.
Must I forego the bombast, -
The buncombe in which I delight,
The baubles of a cheap notoriety,
The plaudits of the misguided;
Aye, there's the rub; it must not be,
'Tis a consummation devoutly to be shunned;
I have a voice, and I can talk,
I can make the American eagle
From his lofty aerie,
Soar through'the lambent skies,
Where, above the snow-capped mountains,
Its wings are bathed in the everlasting glory of the sun.
I can also bring this noble bird to earth again,
Unruffled, and not a feather missing. .
Must J then my quietus make? Hardly.

oarwick Saturaay and anay. ,.a
Ray Wood is making imptovepient; .
on his residence by adding two roomS* .";
and a porch. Ray believes in fixing "
up for is friends. N ..
Jesse Montague, who has ben.'.. .; ".
teaching school -in Nassau county, i 8-s ..'.: .
spending the holidays with his pare ',n-.-f'.
C. P. Montague and wife. '''' -
C P. Montage aftended the Beu- -.:
lah Union meeting at HopeWell Sat- -:. .
urday and Sunday. ",.,
Hon. S. D. Dupree is adding to the. .,r-, .
value of his large farm by improving ." :-
his dwelling and bar*; he isoalso '.-
building a nice cropper house. -"'
A. Denard and family, of Perch. ='
Pond, visited relatives in here Sun- -1;0-_.*.
day. .
"J. B. McCul lough'sthandsome new i
dwelling is nearing" completion and ,-
will be ready for occupancy sio, .
which adds greatly to the appearance :
of his farm. "- .
Geoige Moore,-of Lake City,..mand
his niece, Mrs. Castell, of New York,. ; _
came out Tuesday, to enjoy the- cane ., .-
grinding at Mrs. John Revela'. '
' ,, '. ',- :' _# ,... J
-.Miss Jessie Lewis has returned 'cl4
from a week's/visit to her parent#-st.-, '.:'
Woodville, and re-opened school Mon-" "
day. .
H. E hoden as addQ to the ap- '-" -
S'Siirancand convenience ,of his .place ., -:.
by building a neat smoke house. : -,
Christmas was very quiet in our ,
burg. No drunkenness, or disorder of _
any kind reported. Family reuniop ..
and friends visiting each other. are- '
the go. ,
Among those visitiM g Lake City :
during the past week were J. B. and '

S.What do you think of such an ap-
peal to the spirit of mob-rule by the
..'. Mayor of your city? This is a blow
at the very foundation of government
and civilization and it well behooves
'. the level-headed, law-abiding citizens
S. ,of Lake City to think twice before
they follow in the footsteps of such
a leader.
Mayor Julian in a long-winded,
(unsigned) editorial made a fruitless
S. effort in the columns of last week's
SIndex to vindicate his action in the
': killing of Livingston, by discussing
questions which had no bearing what-
ever'upon the question it issue. The
minds of the public are not so easily
S 'diverted as the Mayor may presume.
,', :' The mayor, at great length, calls at-
Stention to the fact that he "as mayor
(,. ; is the head of the police force and has
Full power to make arrests whenever
'," 'he es fit." The city charter makes
', :. ""*fs' "' '" '" *.. '
o%' o provision. The mayor of the
:. ." "t 'a-, no arresting power and
, *- .a : -f V [ .
S. when he leads a posse of private, citi-
".. n' Or the police in such pursuir,"he
is min open violation of law and good
government. In any court of justice
SA, J."P Julian would be held account-
Sable-and responsible for the killing
of Livingston. There is still another
; .and more serious side to this question
The law is very plain that no zarrest-
Sing officer is justified in the killing
r of a prisoner whose offense is ia mere
misdemeanor The law is very plain
.upon this particular point., The ques-
tio tn naturally arises, why was it aec-
,:'':,''-- essary for Julian to even attempt to
.'"'^ intercut Livingston in his efforts to
-.' get out of town? Why did he send a
', '".'" policeman to Watertown to arrest
S him? Is the Mayor so ignorant of
;', law as to'presume that a policeman
cj.t'.e sent outside the city. limits
arid perform police duty? Another
damaging feature of the bloody affair,
is the fact that every bullet which
pierced John Livingston's body was
in tb.e back. The indications are that

I can also write.
At-sehool I learned the full-arm movement,
I must cultivate this talent.
I want to rule Lake City,
I want to be the Chief Executive,
The City Council,
The Board of Bond Trustets.
An audit of the city books
I therefore prevented
By my little veto,
Because autocratic power was denied me.
And in my message I pictured wreck and ruin
A red-eyed, blear-eyed monster
Stalking through a wilderness and waste;
The power of anh unreasoning mob, '
Where law, and light and truth were unknown;
And in the impenetrable gloom "
Darkness was made visible.
True! 'Twas not an inviting picture,
S.ButI must rule. -
What care I then for the impudence
Of those inclined
In municipal affairs to take a part,
When they their quietus might make
' By written resignation: ,
When I can talk,
Aye, and alIso write. I




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Be, 0 V
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Notice to Tax Collectors.
To the Honorable Tax Tollettors
the Several Counties of the S
"of Florida.' ;
* In response to many inquiries,
as ,,a matter of information, you
advised that on December 3Sd,, 1
the Supreme Court of the Stat
Florida rendered ah opinion in
case of the state ef Florida, elaii
in error, vs. Bruce Neff, defen(
in error,, upholding the constitut
ality of the Act of 1911,IChapter
of the Laws of Florida, entitled
Act to license Automobiles and o
Motor-driven Vehicles using the
lic roads or highways in..the Stat
Florida either for hire or otherwise
and that under this decision you
full power to enforce thecleollectio
such license taxes ap my have,
shall, become due under tle'provia
of said Act. ?
Si Very truly yours,
W. V., $NOTT,
C ptrolle]

Flr Sale-Burt Seed O to at lo\
prices; also a limited quantity
Florida grown Seed Os at Bui
Mathis'. 12-2

/. Madison to Columbia and return,
$10.05. (
.Pensacola to 'Columbia and return,
$17.05: ,,. .
Plant City to Columbia and: return,
$15.35: :
River Junction to Columbia and re-
turn, $12.20.
Trilby to Columbia and return,
The expenses after arriving in Co-
lumbia" will nut exceed $12.00 for
everything. It- would be an easy mat-
ter to raise the small amount neces-
sary to send one or two boys from
each county. Almost every citizen
would contribute.
The school will be conducted under
the auspices of the Exposition and the
United -States Agricultural Depart-
ment anthbrities, The school will be
one of instruction and pleasure, The
The State agent of the Boys' arid
Girls' Clubs will be there and look
after the Florida boys.
Every county-in Florida having a
Boys' Corn Club should be represented
at this great gathering of boys from
all over the South.
I sell Tombstones-See F. L. Port-
r. 5-12-tf

D. Tomp-
Rhoden," ':
ang Rob-
D. Per-
N 'D.. .
".D ;,.'.' *. ". '
xa ; "s ,

Dan McCullough, James and I
kins, W. D. Wesson, H. E.
S, M. and H. C. Parker, You
erts, A. C. Hutchingson, C.
kings and Eb Hnnter.




As the old year is past and the
new has begun. let's all try and ao'*-
s odRe nf kindnAsa d1dirinc 1913

Columbia, Fla., Dec. 26, 1912.
Columbia Camp No. 235, Woodmen
of the World, elected its officers on
Wednesday night. Dec. 11th, 1912 ,for
the ensui*g year as follows:
Consul Commander-J. H. Tolbert.
Advisory Lieutenant--M. L. Kinard.
Banker-W. W. Tolbert.
Clerk-J. C. Summers'
Escort-R. Harvey: .
Watchman'-R. E. Milligrn.
Sentry-Sam Kinard.
Manager-Joe Benton.
Delegate-J. C. Summers.
J. C. Sumimers, Clerk.

avoun vi n u nes B ur7ng .
Mr. Anton S. Feagle,'of this com .
munity, has returned.holme after thrse
months' stay in Miami.'- ., ....
SMiss Cleavie Turner, of Mason, was .
the-guest of Misses Ethel .and Nellie ; :..
Peeler last Sunday night x '...,..
Mr. Mahlon Peeler 'tk sup :"
with Mr. Anton Feagle the .oth.e._-.--
night. Guess he was ltIO to. o e.' .:
Anton back home again. .,
Miss Dannie Adams was the i est-, "" -
of Miss Haidwish Axmann last-* ; ".....-
*day. "^ ''^
Mr. 1. T. Jones has .been -on '"the ''' i'"s^^ ^
sick list quite a while, but is better .- : .
.now -" .**; '** : -' '
'Mr. Bryant, of Lakeland, inv. i-
ing at Mr.J. T .. 'Jon .,
Miss Maud Godbolt, of Aborn,. '*
has been visiting.Miss May Sistrunk ,
for the past week. -"
-Remember Sunday School at, th"b" .
place every Sunday afternoon at 3 .'
o'clock. Everybody invited to at-: :
tend.- .'.^
Misses Pearl and May Sitrk are...: ~ ..
visiting friends -and relative this .'-,
week in and around Welb en. '*,,
Guess there will be preaching at-: -i
this church on the fourth Sunday in .,_
this month by the new past6r,-Brother :
S" 'Clark." '
t~i rK o 'li:.'-'-* "-"

Single and double buggyand waf .
harness, saddles, bridles, -whipsj a

Livingston was taken by surprise and
killed while on. his .way home. The
&-ayor, by his own sworn testimony,
't etipst th-ht hp fired three timp-i sit

q.A .

SN ? Z,
t'" ^ 8 -k A
-.^ "-A twenty- fivdr thousand dol-
rr e suit tfrqua
;.r.; ^-. '^IAr Jge suit miht acquaint
fit. 4 ^ jikour -w ffY. Mayor W4 fulll force

'i4 demands of justice in the admin-
istrtion of city affairs.

.A Boys' Corn Club School will be"
held at Columbia, S. C., at the -time
i of the meeting of the National Corn
S. -Show, January 27th to February 8th,
S1913. Two boys from every county in
.the Southern states are eligible to at-
Stend. More than 1,000 boys are ex-
pected. Arrangements have been made
.fqr caring for the boys in every way,
even to the best of medical attention.
SThe boys will be assembled in groups
6f 20 and placed directly under a man
charged with their care.
Reduced rates have been secured:
Jacksonville to Colunmbia and re-
turn, $9.65.
Lake Butler to Columbia and re-




Accounts of frT and Individuals



pk tof Lake CIty, Tuesday,
mptroller of tfie Currency.,

Report of the Condition of the First National
1912, Condensed from Report to the

Nov. 2,


Loans .... _....-. ....$199,085.74
Overdrafts .. _. 453.37
U. S. Bonds and Premiums ... 40,175.00
Banking House, Furniture and
Fixtures ----------. ------ 38.544.07

I Liabilities.

Vital Stock-.....------......- $ 50,000.00
plus and Undivided Profilte.. 22,304.38
( ulatlon ... 36,597.50
DIts .---------................ ------ 214,846.80
B Payabli ................ 5,000.00

STotal-.......... $328,748.68

Cash ....................-- 50,490.50

Total ...--...---. $328,748.68


Established 1874

Enteredin Lake City Post Office assecond-

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CO DN E SA E ETO TMr J R. Roberts of Winfield was ORDINANCE NO. 214. An Ordinationto the Ministry
SCONDENSED STATEMENT OF THEa visitor in town Tuesday. Pastor Martin A Wood of the Bap-
*: -- Ms. V. Brw adAn Ordinance to enact the Revised tist Church, spent Monday and Tues-
A Ri UMrss n E. V. Brown and sisters, Ordinances of the City of Lake City, day near Ocala, Florida, attending
SMisses Janie and Jessie, of White Florida, and to .provide for the the examination and ordination serv- .
^ W - "' C. Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Brown tf Mac- compilation containing the Char- Columbia College. The ordination,
SOF LAKE CITY, FLA., DES. 31, 1912 dleny this week. ter, Revised Ordinances and certain took place at Oklawaha BridgeBap-
Miss Fannie Smithson left Tuesday other ordinances, resolutions, etc. tist' Church, near Mr. Henderson's
S RESOURCES LIABILITIES morning for Ocala in company with Be it ordained by the Mayor and home. There was present a number
S.ns. ------- $205,803.89 Capital Stock--.......$ 50,000.00 Misses Georgia Borger and Florence City Council f the City of Lake City, of pastors and the deons of the
LORD ...- $205803. 10,000.0 Buie to attend the Teachers' Associa- Florida: s church, with many friends who wre
^~~Overdrafts .... S"::: ^^ 75L6 Supls Fud. ......^^^ ^S
Overdrafts .... 751.63Undiided 2,81.00 tion in session there this week. Section 1. That the accompanying really inter d n the future w
Bonds and Stocks 12.600.00 Reserved for Taxes 1,265.60 The many friends ofMr. J.J. Bor- general revision of the ordinances of one of the y e
Banking House and ger will be pleased to learn of his the City of Lake City, `Florida, of a Hendersonp p
Banking House and Int. Reserved for C. marriage which took place Tuesday, general and permanent nature be, and examination and the ful services o
Fixtures .--------- 17,000.00 of-D.. ...... 275.00 December 31stit Hackensack, N. J. the same is hereby enacted as the ordination follow in heviee
,Other Real Estate-, 7,269.06 Cashier's Checks...-- 220.17 Mr. Borger and bride ill arrive in ordinances of the City of Lake City, of the wighr sh in he in r
Othe'm r rr JCertified Checks...-. 14.00 the city in a few-days on a short visit Fla. Every ordinance of a general ed. e ndane shat week day
s.. 54 43 Dividends Unpaid. 272.0 OQ to relatives. and permanent nature enacted by the est and: attervnda n a s e
'Baks ----$45494A4 syo ak'CtFordade ervieye
S------.. ,649 DEPOSITS ......222,124.23 Mrs. J. C. Sheffield very pleasant- City of LakeCity, Florida, and every week to Colubia Colleg e
Ch Vault- 20633.49- 27.92Bills Payable,-- .... NONE ly entertained at whist last Wedne- part of such where he is purring teb regular
.09,551*00 Total .-- -... $09, day evening. Those present were in said revised ordinances arehereby courses of s y the beginning of
S Total... ---809,52.00 Total- -$309,52 Mrs. J. E. Inman, Mrs. Ray Young, repealed; but nospecial ordinance is the ter y after the holiday vacation *
;: Mrs. E. D. Mobley, Mrs. G. S. Mob- repealed hereby, and for the purpose
ley, Mrs. W. I. Cavill, Mrs,. F. H of this saving from repeal, all ordi-
Miss Maude Mseley leaves in a fewIes, Miss. Strwn, Miss Leslie. Miss nanes of any of the following classes fIRST ROAD IS HEID
day os or eJa ok s eniley ona ves i n to Constance Cavill, M rs. G. 0.G Palmer shall be taken to be included in such -iae
OCAL PARAGRAPHS days,^ fo acsnileo, iitI xcepion naely
friends.I 1 : and Messrs. V. H. Ives, G. O. Palm- exetonml: .for fruit Damai 'aionaDd;o
friends. and Me F. es, Any ordinance providing for a of Importance to Shippers in florida.
"" ~ ~~~~~~~~Pure Drugs. Mr. Clyde Taylor of Jacksonvillei r levng Ay o rdinanesp oii g". m ot ne oS p r
:'' COPLUMBI PHARMACY. Mr'yeTyo fJcsnileF .Yug levy of taxes. The following, taken from .The
Fancy Toilet Articles.m th i he management. of the -opera A ordinan providing for the Packer, w .ll be of interest to citrus
"Good Cigars. was among the visitors in the cit* -Th Ayordnaceprvidngfo--he he" Lo
house has secured unexpectedly the issuance'of bonds,.rut hPac er, iwF`ria:
Sday Friday. popular Cresent Concert Co., com- Any ordinance or resolution adopt- fru ipperi 29-The
:; See Buie & Mathis for field fence. George Roberts of Tampa spent the posed of four lady performers, which ing surveys or maps, or providing for Sacrame nto Pl. o nt *h -.
12-27 holidays in the city visiting relatives will appear at the opera house on location of streets., made a decision inu fa of Crenshaw '
ewoand friends. Wednesday,,Jan. 8th. Admission 25 Any ordinance prodding for closing made a decis i ansh
'Large ood'ad,oilheatinBstove.O. -amp1 & -Any.orinancenstttheg forelosin
S JA r. E. YOUNG CO. niov22t- Miss Sadie Whitlock, of Madison, and 50 cents. Secure your seats early of certain streets. B r s.cp Co at o nter visiting in the city, guest of Dr. for this high-efass entertainment. Any ordinance granting a franchiseSouhern Paca ir
Mrs.iW.ti. inesheSrt,,leftstof r- eat to -shippers over all railroads.
Mrs. W. M. Ives, Sr., left Thurs- and Mrs. W. M. Ives. Anyge who attends arid is dissatisfi or rights and privileges to any per- Previous to June, 1906, in event of
day for Jacksonville to visit relatives. with the evening's entertainment, son, firm or corporation. dam e to a loss of property in the
W,e r p en Mr. M. L. Plympiton superintended by application at the box office your Provided, that all matter published damage t a loss or .
Mr. J. W. Perry spent the day the planting of a number Of shade money will be refunded. in the appendix of the compilation, hands of carriers ofnter-state o-
^ Monday in Jacksonville visiting re~a- the plntn of a nube of shade^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ne ^ rd
trees in the park this week. m redin t hea einixs" pthed o mere throughpilation,
ties The valuable Appell propertyon provided for herein is printed for in- ers o ele te ue
i' *. Mr., Jim Henry, of Newberry, ar- East Duval street has been divided up formation only, and that such publica- owneular wasline on which the lo oc-
Mrs. Louis Greene returned home rived in the city Saturday on a visit in twn lots, laid off with streets and tion shall not be deemed to constitute particurr i w possible, and
last Sunday after spending a week in to his sister, Mrs. John V. Hunter. throw on the market for sale at very a re-enactment of any ordinance, res- tr prosecute sueh carrier at lond
Jacksonville. Mr. Robert Borger, of Urbanae Iil., reasonable prices. Messrs. Lancaster solution, or contract or ratificationthe te bur aer t l ong
S Mr. Walter Baker of Jacksonville spent the holidays in the city,,guest & Mills, of Boston, Mass.,;.are selling of any rights, grants or privileges suit thats a rule the party pocketed
spent -several daya in town the past of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. the lots off at public auction. The heretofore given by the City of Lake is loss and suffered without compen ,
~~~~~~~~~his loss andsuerdwtotopn- ..*
week visiting friends. Borer sal is on today and torporrow, the City, Florida. sation but in 1906 Congress adopted
r nB' 3rd and4th, Thisproperty is adver- See. 2. Said Revised Ordinances nation, but in calle s ate Car-
.: Seour line f Blankets andCM Mr. Staten Brown after spending tUsed a the LakeTvieW .Addition and shall go into effect and be operative what is common the n,.
Orts. SomeE O rare barg ns. M..ovtf the Christmas holidays th his par- Is located thebest. and most desir- on the Mayor giving ten drys notice ma ce aen ment t the eartte .. r
PORTER CO. nov22t ents, left Tuesday morning for Sa- le part of the city. The property thereof by proclamation. eceie the rery for .
able pa .Y.-yr adPorh anah G.that first tesr4 dtepo~t
S Messrs.' H. L. Byrd and Worth vannah, Ga. is being sold on easy terms, making Sec. S. The repeal of any ordinance carriage liable in event ofle or '
- _'ter, ff L ve Oak, spent the day ,. Mrs. G. S. Mobley and children, of it possible for almost any one to buy by said revision shall not affect any daage through negligence, with
a in town last Saturday. White Springs, are among the visitors a lot. See advertisement in this issue right that accrued before such repeal. h carrier cota rel ,
' O^ One -car tiof 1'o. I elected hand in the city this week guests of Mrs. which gives full particulars. Pivdd thi c- pns ta shorrreldgiet contrib te:'
"Aconnecting h e O cotIje[ r .:i:::
: VC. seed pdanuts -of smaUll E. D. Mgbley. r. C. 0. Barow and Miss Leila in 1"podingf ot n pea beof e- settlement of the judgment.
variety at Buie& Mathis'. 27 Mr. IAenard Nance -who ,has been Owens re ,qly married at the _ti revised ldinances nTranportation compa :.f i "
. '>.-. ." ... ... "" "- o of eetve u ..ti t e revised edinances
VLz-.Landreh, -of Grr- spendig-the.holidays in the Ci:yon a ho,^ ft_ ti hnts soutn ofshall beco e operative by th Mayor'sthe muer os .. ,, ? o,
Ipj ongthe-prospecive visit, returned to in fta- Watertown oh,.Dec.-80th, 1912, W H. proclamation. "po .... "
th ytweek. r Tion, N. C., first of the week. Wilson, of.thiicity, performing the T sh l^ b published a pre
I i ,nld-- Mis Marguerite 'le returns ".. Immediately after the compilation whie h rs hall coptaib the d oaft).. "1
Miss Margeri Haile retuh ed ouny-or. h

I ... f rrived in the cite y pTuesday ona vsl-t row is ngaged.bus, es ao t Lake City,a Florida, and tA ;. alts .The lphal o

"-'' / ". "a short visit to re-iatives and friends. p$-A'S.RAWLS. tion of the Le tizens of laid Lgktte City, 'being diour-3,,-, ."-
,ewr 'tudentro haYh been W h r u togetherrwith the rules o o trderof, Atant -dirmiseo

t g .t.hieweek for:.the opening W. B. Watkns, of Ft. W M_ gBonnie and Mr. E.K. the Cit f Counceil, F 'and sent the ew'i t q their eto 4
tbhas.o ryeg f Ter holiday stopped in the city Tuesday0 enroe aw wreq yid at the Se Th shall be printed 50 .Afet
--- o e fo e tr G w ee h h s h ,i org-at o...r ., a. ,..4
+t&datr.and'. rs.d Ro s Brne a of Mrt n Roe terry, th'e copies of this compilation, and p ethey6 T ha. ti
"...Cross ofr e Minneapolis, Mitn., he ndsu e s tin bride's sister, 1nday evening at .a ll be placed in the custody oR i stle PnP-r coun t ,it -1"nrs.s

"d-ral da:s in t6w. this week, oldau : wilclock. L City Treasurer, who shall .ell *them at ..... :^"^SM
So ,r the purchase of a large Mr. Ray Niblack, who is a student e uook place before a ,5 cents per., copy; provided, tha..'all me o .. .
...s. in this section. *- tTulane U-iverstty. Nw Orleans, sinle altar of palm. and ferns, the city o.icials arid members of the city e"eThe au t..po ble
^ ^, tt~eiroi .H G.MCorlekero, te, ae P pent the holiday in the: cYly with olra h the ing room e 6 No offense -committed and result that oif h en
Y a oof eedSoutiern Express Co.. with l t Gr g an, decoratedon banki of roses. no penalty or forfeiture incurred prior sent fontheilos^" prp ers

hea4qa" rters' in Tallabassee, spen '... ...
S "adqayes in towntisweek -Dt ny of Jacksonville, was The bride is', e daughter of Mr. to the taking effect of the revised and the pross n n ..
d1th. ro" tl(I 'h'ipe..... e"
a'* ... .his the city s veral days during this and Mrs. Jno. faggs, of Fountain ordinances shall be effeeted thereby, feel that no e l n p
..,.. .: tor Wo<^^the Baptist church week, together with parties who are Head, Tenn. and no prosecution had or ,comnenced ars"Orm .a
r.illlch St y morning on the interested in the purchase of a large She is well known here having shall be abated thereby. tite rmco a "n !.
"tbedie: "God's Best"-a sermon- for body of 'land. graduated at. te. High School and Sec, 7. The tevisedordinate'es iial constitute res t.e
rite new year. All are invited .D ... t taught there lasyear. be promulgated by posting one copy at gent ar ieT* -
S :Mr. E. C. Witt, of NewberryS C., MrTh D. W. Mathi dea Th groom is 6e son of Mr C C. the door of tthe city hall and one cop under that .1lw ithi st
4- "b o has E C W it,`-s on f ugN ew e rr dy, S.C d~augh -ter H ilda of W acrosss. G a. ,C -" < "ftheity h ll a d on co"
"''i. has ben- Lpendih theb01idays whohaver been' visiting relatives i Rawls, a well known turpentine op- at the county court hout o door. at .....
ha .- has been spen g e hnollda8 who: have been visiting relatives sn erato Lake Cityi Floridan 'Ty Atw He p rt
.lfth l ti~m at hi ld Ma onho eAl'achua county, se nat a' few days here ert Lake City, Florida. .i ... m
a ljcou rohome Wednes- The bride wore ai dainty ecru silk Passed in open Council' Deember Foley's K
eotmy, l, t or hme Wdnesthis week with Mrs. M. VJ. Lee. Fo hlplery'
dre-^- S-'ss. 2ad,' 1912^'. hel
<.. *?.; ". ." Rev. E. Sanford-, of Winter Haven, rAfter the ceremony a luncheon con- M.L. PLYMPTON, e tly .-
wS.M. L. PL.MP-.,..
iwith the earned Fla., ii leaving tonight for his home sisting of f salad course, cake and President City Council. d regulate setioe gu
t; .400 ~ewYear!s dinner with Fl.i evn oih o itn fa.h
ti N Yer'sdinn t after spenrling about three weeks in punch were served. Mrs. Thorpe a i ertify that the above ordinanoe *Masters, Streator I.,- I syB: ";
t=: "- . ,Ar. bf.M .E .Lee,. and re- the cof ertfeh t t e a o e or i a a a t r ,-
%:, '.W,'1laa M. E.o Lee,.and rg-Lake City looking after his property sister of the grooi poured the coffee duly passed this the 2nd day of bitter 'and stronger th-anI ahV ft _'
"",; trm wJackteonille on the evening re. He attended the chapel exer- and Miss Idel Shelton presided at the December, A. D. 1912, and I hereby many yearn,.ana Foley'.Kidney Pill "-
t.! ,. ceise at the College on Thursday punch bowl. certify the same to the Mayor for his did it." Sd.-l. A.-".Wise, p C.,hbw-.
w .: 'A ..D-Ordera for fine, frost- morning. .Those present were, Mr and Mrs. approval. F. L. PORTER, '. "
on ~ e p t. rIe oq w r d h M a o t eI 1tnd R11s 1gg nd M rF .. T Lope.r .P Op oReThi Ii y CER,..Sf s M
-... R pan all varueies, r e. rad Mrs. R. R. Taylor- and J". Skaggs, Mi. and Mrs. C. C. .
t 6rey tho usJ a nd;ck ville tog ether inhg e ro sa e r s ale .
amon. othe iiors inehep in Tures th re the guests of their parents, Rawls, Mr. and Mrs. J. Thorpe, Mrs. M B h a n
':~~~~~~~~ son of M-o thnstd; heaer lrgea. Appr yme this the 10th day ::!
d loto.kiafatron guaranteed. F.r S. r and Mrs.WlPill Phillips, Christmas Crawford 6pu ,oands oMtbr a. ir y1 Underandhby dte o b a cu a. -
CANNON, Megkett', S, C. 1-29-5mday. Mrs. Taylor returned to Jak- Miss Idel Shelton, Mr. B. D. Rawls, of. December, 1912. g outo e th r
Messrs. T. R. and W. L. Daugh- sonville Saturday, accompanid by Mr. and Mrs. J. Roe Perry and, mona office, A. .P LIAN j ment b n n da r dn ,

Bob Adams, Lake City's oldest, The gentlemen members of the Epi- Coughing at Night.8 gd condition and gentle. Buggy bn de bed arn ,te Colum-
S f Jbarber can bevfound on East Railroad copal church gave a supper at the On e bad cough can AMkeepo the whole practically new; will sell either or e a oni-hai ars in the nortwent
h e h a s o p eJ D a ct r eely n w ; w i l lpse l lait h e rno rT .iD .
on t hi.Di- oh 8coprnswa er fe at'teudegedw

street where Ge ha. opened a first- Blanche Hotel. last Tuesday evening family. awake at night. Phi. Dis both. ore dr tro
class s hop for the white trade. This in honor of Rev. E. G. Weed, of orneau, Schaffer, Mich.,mays. If1 J. L. MAerKHAM. auarwe torth t e d
h willbe known as the North End Jacksonville, Bishop of Florida. After could. not leep on account of a bad Allotheaboecrbla thti sit -
BorbeShop, next door to Thomas' supper all present met in the parlors coughed I was very week, I used A fet at br fr c
.."v .- ee anhA hntal wher Rinhoan Weed d eiotns and Tar Comound ie.
;'" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e stet.hr1e a pndais-BaceHoe atTe d o-y etvenn aiy wakev *ar idhTar.Cophi.Deotu.dcorLaer Cithenrhatqareyfsu
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Over Half-Century.
Hurnphre s' Specifies have
been used by the people, with
satisfaction for more than 80
years. Medical BoOk sent free.
No. roR Price
1 Fevers, Congestions, Inflaminations........25
$ Worms. Worm Fever, or Worm Disease..-6
3 Colic, Crying and Wakefuiness of-Iannts9 2&
4 Diarrhea, of Childrca aad AdulEs ......... .3
7 Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis ...... .. ...... 5
8 Toothache, Eaceache, Neuralgia........... 25
9 Headache, Sick Headacae, Vertigo........... 5
10 Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weak Stomach....,2 3
13 Croup, Hoarse Cough, Laryngitis ....C......35
14 Salt Itheum, Eruptions, Erysipelas..........25
15 RKheumatism, or Rheumatic Pains....... '25
16 Fever andAgue, Malaria ................ .25
17 Piles, Blind or Bleeding. Exiternal, Internal 25
19 'Catarrh, Influenza, Cold in Head .... ..25
SO Whooping Congh, Spasmodol Cough ."..2 '
91 Asthma, Oppressed, DifficultBreathing......1 l
27 Kidney Disease ..................... 25
28 Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness :...1.00
$0 Urinary Incontinence, Wetting Be L ...- 3
24 Sore Throat. Quinay ................... ...5
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Nature's Own- SUMMER DRINK
Pure Juice of Florida Grape Fruia

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genI U[,e~jj 14Z
-best. eg-
big cerops of the best vege.
tables. Use vFrry's..
ForaF le every where.
I VFERR S At. Dtrot ..n


S Phone 19-J


will *show you these defects
for a nominal sum,

Office: Futch Bldg., Lake City, Fla.
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"Pe WgJL.8 "

Uberlly a"e t a Pnotol sprayor w11i destroy .and drive tro
rour hom Any alln kinds of Insoota or Vermin, such as: ie .
.Mosqulto6, Ants, T'la, Roaches, Bedbuga, et., without harm to the
. or e house fturniture. Also a sure phot for tlokt 1 rad fli esol
- Qu oh. OB therUgh application will remove the Utcks ,tle
w at v learner soft*. Will 1Iso destroy Fleas on o'de4i hll
leo Spray fry Ubghtly, holding the sprayer about afteen,
roma the amlaal.
Ask your dealer for Feaode anad do d t aaept A oheap *aughtits
t6 t .U6, half atllon 1,.$$, ,ratlon SW.50. "A 0 ,prayer fro ee r
Vart gallon order. .
Insects k1lld with reFole willn not poison thuse pots -or, Ab teos
K Manufaotured by .
I .. .. ... ..TAMttPA,,W ..* :. .
East Coast Lumber Co.
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Growth of Checks.
The check has become, by the evo-
Aution of events, a document having a
clearly defined legal status; its form
is protected, like the bank note and
the bond, against counterfeiting and
alteration, and it is charged with the
function' of carrying on the world's
exchanges with a convenience and
safety and to an extent which give to
it in many respects predominance
over coin and bank notes.-Bankers'

Matter of Possealon.,
Anything which you have which you
can't get along without-has you.
A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride
To w'rn people of a fearful forest
fire in the Catskills a young girl rode
horseback at midnight and saved many
lives. Her deed was glorious, but
lives are often saved by Dr. King's
New Discovery in curing-lung troubles,
coughs and colds, which might have
ended in consumption or pneumonia.
"It cured me of a dreadful cough and
lung disease," writes W. R. Patter-
son, Wellington, Tex., "after four
in our family had died with consump-
tion, and Igained 87 pounds." Noth-
ing so sure and safe for all throat
and lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.
Trial bottle free. -Guaraiteed by
A. R. Wise,& Co.

SAll the money spent raising chil-
dren would help theM much more If
so much wasn't spent on them.
The reason .a boy can go to col-
lege and not learn anything is his
father learned less not gbing.
A man gets to know so much by
keeping his mouth shut that when he
opens it he no longer knows it.
If the house caught on fire, a wom-
an couldn't stop telephoning her best
friend what the baby was trying to

The Lord made everything right in
the world, hut man is so smart he
spends most of his time proving it is

Recipe for Happier World.
If people thought less about their
own digestions and more #about Jkhe
welfare of otncr people it would b6, a
healthier and a happier world,-
A Hero in a Lighthouse
For years J. S. Donahue, So.
Haven, Mich., a civil wa-r captain, as
a lighthouse keeper, averted awful
wrecks, but .a queer fact is, he might
have been a wreck himself, if Elec-
tric Bitters had not prevented,
"They cured'me of kidney trouble and
chills." he writes, "after I had taken
so-called cures for years without ben-
efit, arid they also improved my siglht.
Now, at seventy, I am feeling fine."
For dyspepsia, indigestion, all stom-
ach, liver and kidney troubles,,they're
without equal. Try them. Only;50c
at A. R. Wise & Co.'s.

Study your goods bef re you
spend a cent in advertising
them. Find out what use peo-
ple make of them. Find out
what they are good for and
whom ttey are good for. Tell
.people what they already know
about them and something
more. Answer the questions
Which will be reasonably asked.
-Jed Scarboro.

Dr. Wm. Sadler, author of "The
Cause and Cure of Colds," says that
common colds should be taken serious-
ly, especially when they "hang on."
Foley's medicine for coughs and colds,
equally effective for children and for
grown persons. Take it when you
feel a cold coming on. It will avert

The reason a girl can wear
shoes and thin stockings In
"weather is she's too delicate to
mother about the house.


danger of serious results and
quickly. No harmful drugs.
be A. R. Wise & Co.


A. B. & C. C. SMALL
General Practice, State and Federal Courts
Conveyancing and Collections.
Office over Wise's Drug Store 7-1'-10


When a girl tells a man how her
amothqr tells her she used to act when
she was ,a baby she considers it
makes .them as good as engaged.-
New York Press.

Sport of Collar Spotting.
"Collar spotting,". the new autome.
le sport, is at its best when the
Streets are dirty enough to hold pud-
dles of water. When the, broadly-
,tired wheel of the machine strikes
such a puddle a thin but solid sheet
lof water is thrown upward and out-'
ward, the path it takes being deter-
Miined by the speed of the machine,
ithe depth of the liquid and, to a cer-
itain extent, its- consistency. These
three factors make the aiming of the
sAheet a matter of great skill. When
ithe puddle is close to the curb it is
,possible for the expert .spotter, by
swerving" into it, to throw the sheet
iln such a way as to hit a man's col.
J,, ilar-even when it's a narrow one--
or the white feathers on a woman's
at. Not every one is .as expert as
'this, but the great fun of the sport
S A lies in the fact that even when you
S.miss your aim you're pretty sure, to
'hlt something, if it's only skirts or
;trousers of pedestrians.

Sheep-Raising Countrits.
Australia and the Argentina be.
tween them pasture one-third of all
the sheep in the world.
Coughing at Night.
One bad cough can keep the whole
family awake at night. Phil. Dis-
orneau, Schaffer, Mich., says: "I
could not .sleep on account of a bad
cough, and I was very week, I used
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
and soon the. cough left and I slept
soundly all night." Sold by A. R.
Wise & Co. t

Chronic Grumblers.
Some of the most miserable discon-
tented grumblers are richly endowed
with the good things of this life.
Croupy Coughs and Wheezy Colds.
The quickest simplest way to rid
the children of dangerous croupy
coughs and wheezy stuffy colds is to
give them" Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound. It gives almost .instant
relief arid stops a cough promptly. It
soothes and healp. Contains no opi-
ates.- Sold by A. R. Wise & Co.


FLORIDA 11-25-'10

Dr. C. DU. Brovmn
Up-stairs over Young's Drug Store


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WVill practice in all CtIrts.



t lMAKE Youl DEN
Plant hliorougtbreJl seed.. Thor- ,
oughbred seeds do not happen. -
SThey result lromn long and intelli- [
& r or>tt .br. eding Theyv roducee/ -


so/neatly and satisfac-
torily that you will be
astonished. All our
is done by experts who
know just what to do
and how to do it. Our
prices are reasonable and
all work guaranteed. A
Trial order" solicited.




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It just touches the spot and its good for you too-re-,
commended by leading physicians everywhere for its
wonderful medicinal properties, ra-.fru is pure-that's
;sure-no ch micaln, no coloring matter-just the purq)
ectar kmO..florida JChoicest grape fruit.


Established 1874

Professonal*C ards
W. B. RUSH, M. D.
Office: Exchange Bank Building
Lake City, Florida

first Question at ve.yire

How .id It Start?

About the Insurance

To the first question
the answer varies
The answer to the sec-
ond question
, ways either


What would be

YOUR Answer

Were the fire

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Shoes -and Gents' Furnishings

Foley Kidney Pills
Give prompt relief fromBACKACHE,'
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES.. A positive boon to
PEOPLE and for WOT EN.
A. Davis, 627 Wa:Ln iwntor, t Counersville,
Ind., isin his85th :-,Or. HIe it-s us: "Ilhave
lately suffered much 'i oim my'n"idue' -. and blad.
,der Ihad severe back i.'lc._;alid my L1.idneyaction
was too freq,'cnt, cau-ing ie to hi o Io much slepp
at night, and in my blaiiJ.,r tLere was coastant
pain. I took 'Foley Kidnev Pil!s for some time,
and am now free of all trouble and gain able to
be up and around. Foley Kidney Pilis havewmy:,
highest recommendation." "
For sale A. R. Wise &VCo.


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The Busy Woman's Day.


(Successor to J. Strohaker)






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ship nor its officers: -or with seating
th" passengers at.-tble. My father
happens to have served in the Span-
Ish war and heldtthe rank of captain.
He never set foot on this ship that I
know of."
"Then. the purser lied!" snapped
Miss Betts Indignantly.
Yet the purser had not lied.

May and May Not.
"The marriage license clerks were
literally swamped with applicants oe
Christmas Eve."
"Ah! I wonder if the Yule-tied will
stay tied longer than the June-tied."

Last of Schagticoke Indians.
The few survivors of the Litchfield
county (Conn.) tribe of Schagticoke
Indians own 800 acres of land and :
five houses, valued at $3,000, besides a
little personal property. They subsist
by selling potatoes and other products,
cutting railroad ties and wood and
working on neighboring farms. The
tribe is reduced- to ignorance and pove-
erty as a result of. leading shiftless
lives and by intermarriage and mix-
tures of races. The great event at the
reservation is the annual rattlesnake
hunt in the spring, when the paleface
Joins in the sport and furnishes all
the whisky antidote needed.

Widely Separated Cities.
"Now, children, who can name -wo
cities which are widely separated!"
"Boston and San Francfsco."
"Correct! Any one else?"
"London and Melbourne."
"Yes. Now two more cities widely
\ "Simpli-city and Dupll-city.'"-Bos-
ton Transcript.

Thought They Were Mere Blllsl
"Why don't you answer my notes?"'
asked a woman of another woman she
had greeted effusively.n "I bye writ-
ten you four notes during thelast two
weeks and not a single reply."
O, were, those four letters I"
thought they were 'merely bils, so I
didn't oven them."

[to those who act as the local repre-
sentatives of EVERYBODY'S MAG-
in addition to liberal commissions.
Let us show yoR how you:can SECURE
A SHARE simply by forwarding the
subscriptions of your friends and
neighbors and collecting the renewals
of our present subscribers.: Try for
this month's prizes. There are lots-
of prizes that can be won only by liv-
ing in towns same size as your own.
Write at once to the
.11-22-6 Butterick Bldg., N. Y. City.


Disgusted is no word in which to
describe Miss Betts' condition of mind
the other day when she' found she
was to share her stateroom on a.
south-bound steamer with Miss Phillis
Brown. She, clenched, her elderly fists
and grit her elderly teeth and betook
herself to the purser's office. ,
"There's a woman in my stateroom,'
she announced acridly, "an' you can
jest put her somewhere else. I don't
want to have a stranger in the room
with me.'
"I'm sorry, madam, but it can't be
helped. The boat is so crowded," said
the purser. .
"I wouldn't of come at all et I had
,a-known I'd have some other horrid
passenger in the room with me,"
sulked the wizened little woman.

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"Oh, she isn't a horrid pasesnger,"
soothed the- purser good naturedly.
"You'll like her when you know her."
"'Think so?" sniffed Miss Betts sar-
castlcally. -"You don't know me."
"Perhaps not," responded the purser,
who\knew Miss Brown's father. "But.
there are few ladies who could help
liking the captain's daughter."
"The captain's daughter!" exclaim-
ed Miss Betts, somewhat mollified.
"It might be an advantage to know
the captain's daughter."
"It will.,be a great advantage," said
the purser confidently.
"She'll sit at the captain's table, of
course, an' she'll know all the ship's
officers, I s'pose. An' maybe she'1
,take me round an' show me the whole
ship an' I. never Was through a ship
in my life," remuyked Miss Betts, mus-
Singly. 'Oh, well, I guess she- can
stay," concluded the, little- woman,
-,now completely restored to good
ihen she bobbed'away with her lit-
-0tie mincing steps and returning to her
S stateroom made herself pleasant in,
her own peculiar way to Miss Phillis
SBrown, whom she found sitting on th-e
: edge of the lower berth, ,groping in
,her handbag for a box of candy. "It'll
be real nice to have company," re
rmaavynB-M, its1te --tiatingly. -
won't. mind M -_ P-
r .r berth. I ain't so spry as I was."
"I won't mind at all," assented Miss
'Do you think your father'd approve
S of your eatin' that candy just before
Sputtin' out tao sea?" ,
"I- don't think he'd -mind," replied
S Miss Brown. "Won't you have some?"
"Oh, Lor', no!. I'd be sick as two
cats ef I was to eat it. Does your.
father ever git seasick?"
"I believe he does sometimes," re-
sonmded the young lady, looking cur-
iously at IMiss Betts. "Why do you
S:."Oh, nothing I Just wanted to
know,"' said Miss, Betts. "I s'pose
you have the run. of the whole, ship,"
she continued.
"No more than any one else," re-
pudiated Miss Brown, again looking
curiously at her new acquaintance.
Miss Betts raised her already highly
arched eyebrows, til they were almost
loxt among the roots of her sparse
hair,,but she merely said: "Well, any
way, mebbe you'll be able to take me
round and show me the Interestin'
parts of the ship. The galleys an' the
bridge an' the inglne room," she con-
cluded vaguely.
'Yes, indeed," responded #Miss
Brown, "I'll show you all I can." Later
on she kept her word nobly and pa-
tiently 'walked the little old, woman
about the ship, telling her all she
knew of ships in general and of this
ship in particular.
But he explanations did not appar-
ently satisfy Miss Betts, for that
night, as they were retiring, she re-
marked, '"I should a-thought your pa
would a-taught you all there was to
know about ships."
*_ H 'Ie has old me a lot about them, 1
replied Miss Brown.
"Well, there was lots of things you
couldn't tell me about this one an'
seems to me you might of. An' down
to the saloon, when we was at din-
ner, we didn't sit at the captain's tal*
blb at all.". ,
bl "Were 'you going to?" asked Miss
Brown. ,
"Was I goln, to? Of course I was
goin* to. I though that was one of
the privileges of roottu' with the
captain's daughter. That's what I un-
derstood. I should think your father
would want to have you sit with him
at table an* I should think he'd intro-
duce you to all the ship's officers."
"I'm sure I don't know what you're

talking about," returned Mis4 Brown,
with a bewildered look., "My father
-doesn't know any of the officers."
'Well, he's a funny captain, then,

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WE PRINT quickly
when occasion calls
Jfor speed, but we nev-
er Sacrifice quality to
quickness. Your work
will -be ready when its
promised, and r i gh t
when ready, always. .
Is there any reason why
we should not submit
specimens and prices?

The Citizen-

Reporter '


-No. Lake C




It --bglnr-caer-ly- en late,-and- is
full of work. She often has kidney
troilble without knowing it. Her back
aches, and she is "tired and worn out.
Sleeps poorly, is nervous, no appetite.
Her bladder gives her trouble, too.
Fdleyl's Kidney's Pills will cure all
that and make- her strong and well.
They are the best medicine made for
kidney and bladder disorders. Sold by
A. R. Wize &.Co.

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-Probably there are loved ones in your
family of whom you have no photograph
A r It is your duty to procure their Pictures
while they are still with you. Urge
them to make an. early appointment
with- .

The Tent Opposite Flowers' Dry Goods Store
... Open Sundays from 7:30 to 11 a.matfd I to 5 p. m. ,

T"If there's' beauty, we take it.


umbng, inning Steam ttIng

in your bath-room, or does
it come in fits and starts,
A' \ II- i and never a full stream?
----\-:.' \---W-'- e can fix this trouble for
--I-i / ',-- --' II --you in short order, for we
~ [ L\\( ^ *-d-- I 'know just whnre the diffl-
S/ \ culty lies. Come to us for
"-7 I 1 o plumbing work fall kind-,
--" R t J x._-^-.'a Our charges are moderate
" ,fl, 0 i T "^ -and our work right.


Established 1874


Spoiled Films an IlI Reward for Act
That Deserved Better Things
of Fortune. .
The slave of the camera was dozing
in the smoking car when a half dozen
shots rang out in the night air.
The train slackened. There were
more shots.
"Train robbers!" shrieked a pallid
passenger as he crawled under the
seat. *
The camera man grasped his black
box and, tripod, and, running to the
car platform, sprang off into the dark-
ness. .
The robbers, most of them, were
grouped about the express car. There
was much money in, the-express safe.
The company said not over $17, but
it .must have been thousands. Any-
way, the robbers were determined to
get it, whatever it was. They had
doffe a lot of wild shooting and sev-
eral persons had been hurt. Now
they had shoved a stick of dynamite
into the car and were Just about to
ignite the fuse.
Suddenly a blinding glare filled the
air with dazzling fire.
With a wild shriek the robbers fled
to e woods.
Ae flashlight of the camera man
had saved the -train.
When they found him he was
crouched before a train hand's lan-
tern, weeping bitterly.
"Something went wrong with the
dum thing," he moaned.' "The film'!
spoiled!" ': ( .:.

Nourish good principles witj.' the
same care that a mother would bestow
on her new-born babe. You may got
be able to bring them to maturity, but
,you will nevertheless be not far from
doing so.
It lia because men are prone,_to be
partial toward those they love,'unjust
toward those they hate, servile toward
those above them, arrogant to those
below them and either -harshe--Chi-
nese Annual.

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"Mr. Win'" Unhappy LBecause He
Once Did III Deeds at Old. Man
Winter's Behest.
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Once 'pon a time Mister Win, wuz
aleepin', still an' peaceable, dreafnin'
'bout de time w'en he useter blow de
blossoms an' talk ter de li' chilluns as
dey played under de trees; but.Ple
Man Winter, he come 'long an'waked
him up, an' tol' him dat he wuz in
need er company, kase he had a long
ways ter go, an' Mister Win' riz up
an' went wid him, an' Ole Man Winter
say ter him:
"You see dat steeple yander?"
l"Mister Win' make answer dat he
sho' do, an' den Ole Man Winter say:
"All right. Des whirl in an' blow it
down fer me, kaze I gpt a grudge
ag'in it. Blow it down!" An' down
come de steeple.
Den he make Mister Win' take de
roof off de po' man's house, whar de
li'l' chilluns wuz sleeping an' blow de
fire out what kep' 'em warm; an' w'en
dat come ter pass Mister Win' he git
mighty sorry, an' tol' Mister Winter
no mo' er dat fer him; an' he gone-off
a-grievin' ter hisse'f f'um dat day ter
dis you kin hear him cryin', an' cryin',
des lak he had de breaking' er de heart.
-,Atlanta Constitution.

If as much care were taken to per-
petuiate a race of fine men as is done
to prevent the mixture of ignoble
blood in horses and ,dogs, the geneal-
ogy of everyone would be written o4
hl -,face and displayed in his man,
ners.--;Volalrt. -

Hostile Relations.
Jack Perkins-What relations exist
between you and Miss Richleigh?
Tom Poore-Her father and mother.
The Secret Terror.
The haunting fear of sickness and
helplessness is. the secret terror of
the workingman. Healttaij-his capi-
tak KIldney diseases sap a man's*
strength and vitality. They lessen
his earning capacity. Foley's Kidney
Pills bring, back health And strength
by healing the disease. They are the
best medicine made for kidney and
bladder troubles,. The genuine are in
the yellow package. Refuse any sub-
stitute. Sold

Captam, s.



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New Hardware 5torej

Located Next Door to the Florida Drug Co.'




FOR SALE CHEAP Considering Quality
" Bronze Turkeys $7.00 per trio. Toulose Geese $5.00 per trio ,.
Indian Runner Ducks, fawn and white. Eggs $1.00 per 11.
Indian Runner Ducks, white. Eggs $2.50 per 11. ,
Rhode Island Red eggs'$1.00 per 15. Eggs in season.
Barred Plymouth Rocks $1.00 each, Egg% $1.00 per 15.

Lake City, Fla., R. F. D. No. 3, Box 85.


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Give yourself the pleasure
ing to~the happiness of your
childen by- fixing up a little
ed ot spend ,m

money will go a, long way,
'with judgment. Furniture
advanced in price, :ik" o m
things nor have stoves.HING
buy them. now about as chea
: ,ever could.

SGlobe U
^~' a _54~re yfxigu alt
I, .' .. G ive yourself the pleasure
^^^ adacenprc,"k'o
fr ( thins o hav ppi es
..... 1 \ ing to.em o a bouts s o you

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