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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
January 25, 1901


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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 by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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


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. '." lHELAIECITY EEPORTEE,EsUb. 18741 Consolidated 1901. Vol. XXVII 11

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At exhibit of farm I The report of the director for the COUNCIL CHAMBER, l

I ; all over the county I the 20th of last October there two years ending June 30, 1900, is re- Lake City, Fla., Jan- 21,1901. (

':' effort tent. Dr. II. E. was organized in the city of Jackson- plete with indications of progressa Council met. PresentAldermenBerry

t: .' ital of the Experi I ville the Florida Intercollegiate Ora- dial-plate marking the advancement Moseley, Parker, Plympton r

i tin of a splendid exhibit torical Association. In the meetingat of Florida, yet leading that and Rogers. Alderman Berry calledto

!It '.days ts. The prizefor Jacksonville thefe were six Flori- progress rather than merely keeping preside.

!- exhibit was da colleges represented, namely: abreast. A table ,of the fifty-five The minutes of the last meetingwere

: port in W. B. Knight. Mr. I The Florida Conference College, the bulletins published since the estab- read and approved.On .

ures, exhibit that would Florida Agricultural College, the lishment of the station serves as motion of Alderman Parker

in to any farmer. South Florida Military Institute, the stepping stones to show the success- the reports of officers were referredto

NEEDLE AND FANCY Rollins College, the Seminary West ful stage of progress. The first finance committee to

WORK. ot the Suwanee and the SeminaryEast eighteen of the bulletins are devoted next meeting.On .

tion to made by the ladies of of the Suwanee. Of the above to general discussions, while those of motion the improvement com-

four will be in later date enter with increasing mittee until
In New work was one of I colleges represented i was granted next meet-

was the most, attractive I the first annual contest of the association thoroughness the very root of ing to report.

This is fair. Handsome I which will take place in the matter treating special topics The following accounts were or-

t ,of the kinds of needle and l Jacksonville on the 21st of February. with original research. .dered paid:

;badly on display. Ex- Matters are now taking on shape Together with the broadening and J. W. Jones, $1.50, extra police

for this and from all of the investigations there Will Davis $3 L. M.
papers jelly and wine I contest, appear- deepening trimming trees;
ing Mrs. C. A. Finley, ances the 21st of February will be a has kept step an expansion of the McGuire, $3, trimming trees; J. M.
red letter in the calendarof devoted to experimentation a Fielder $:1 office
in charge day college area ; repair on express ;

( that for her manage- the state. tract of eighty acres near Lake City Seminole Lumber Co., $4.27 for lumber -

u: .'. The exhibit was The following is the program ar- having been rented for a term of : ; J. I. Johnson, $1.50, police; Geo.

'' Harrison law office, ranged to date for the first contest: years at a rental of $i0 a year, pay I Kirby $1, working rock; W- II.

;"', meat : the small room, it re Annual address by the president, able from other than ExperimentStation Kempton, $3.40, feeding prisoners to
states W. B. Crawford, Tallahassee."The funds; and a tract of twenty 'date.
t taste to arrange the
: ly, they woald appear to March of the AngloSaxonRace acres on the east coast, for a citrus The treasurer reported payment of

; Rhode ," Paul Carter, Seminary Westof sub-station, donated for a number of all officers to Jan. lit and the payment -

'- Iowa awarded Wednesday the Suwanee Tallahassee. years by the East Coast Railroad of the 15th coupons on street

in 1872 : "Some Present National Issues," Company. Yet there is felt, as ex- paving.

II. D. Florida pressed the director an The Electric and Co.
ment. Henley was awarded Waugh, Agricultural by urgent Water sent

: meat painting. Mrs. Duval College, Lake City. need for more commodious quartersfor I communication in reference to arc

;: We second. "The Superiority of the Anglo- the scientific, department, classrooms lights. On motion of Alderman

z abolish I awarded Saxon." S. Morton Herrick, Rollins laboratories, and we trust I Rogers the matter was referred to a
was prize
f: for of canned fruit I College, Winter Park. that the Florida Legislature will special committee to be appointedby

; Mrs. M. ,G. I "Mine Own People," Marvin IT. back this institution with substantial the president. The president appointed -

the Norton Florida Conference College aid. Aldermen Parker
prize for best piece of ; Rogers
I, Leesburg. The appropriation which rewards and Plympton such special committee. -
; Miss Grace Turner
I Presentation of medal. original work of whatever description .
Rutll Brown, for
BEAT I Presentation of credentials:! to win- w exemplified by the reception S. B. Thompson, as assignee of
: !. Ik D.l.. Thomp-
It ner as contestant from the state of which has been accorded two of the Thompson & Hart, filed a deed to the
A greatest variety of
Florida to the Southern Oratorical recent bulletins Nos. 49 and 55, treat- town of Kscambia street between
Greer, for silk
nent I consisted of glass Association by the president of the ing of strictly Floridian specialties. Blocks No. 67 and No. 63 of the northern -

state association.The Large extra editions of them were extension of the town. Alder-

am I I novelties. The Glee Club o'f Stetson University issued by several railroads for gratuitous man Rogers moved that the deed be .
not to much for accepted and the clerk have the
has been invited to furnish the distribution along their lines,
was adopted.
j design or costly finish .same
music for the occasion. and abstract of them were pub- Alderman Parker moved that a
has articles of fancy
-_ crease I! The speeches are,now in the handsof lished by the leading agricultural committee of three of council meet

) neatness. displayed the judges: on composition: Walter journals and several daily papers of the railroad commissioners on the
29th which
was adopted.
is i B. Hill;chancellor of the Univer- the country, while many copies have rOn ?.)
| beautiful articles motion council adjourned.
take. were on exhibi- sity of Georgia, Athens; C. W. Dab- been, upon request, sent to foreign W. M. IVES, Clerk.
I ney, chancellor of the University of countries.
many, of course,
Tennessee, Knoxville, and Hon.J. W. The Agriculturist of the Station Don't of the counterfeits
no prizes, but are use any
deserving of special Abercrombie, Superintendent of says: "I look upon the developmentof 1)f DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.

. these were the Public Instruction of Alabama, the stock industry not only as one lost of them are worthless or liableto

: quilt exhibited Montgomery. These gentlemen will of the most important lines of work cause injury. The original DeWitt' -
Hon. EXHIBITS crazy grade the composition of the speeches which the station can conduct in the
Hazel Salve is
I Perry and Mrs. It A. !! Witch a certain -
the but the marks will not be read interest of the agriculture of the
cure for piles, eczema, cuts,
j until the night of the contest. Forty
state, but also as indispensable to
| feature of the ex- per cent is counted on compositionand scalds, burns, sores and skin dis-
and I the economical management of ouri A. R. Wise.
scarf 6:) per cent on delivery.The eases.
j pair
apron I
Ocala handsome medal to be Jhenthe i I own farm." In connection with this

The a handsomely carded best, speaker is offered by the: it is: interesting to note that the Kansas has declared Mrs. Nation
s:. :dJlwo() from the Florida Times-Union and, Citizen,, I
station will enter upon a still broader insane because she threw a few consecrated -
Th dress and and will bear its name.
of ]"r : apron -- ,- j field of experiment than hitherto rocks through a saloon mir
,- f cccoanut fibre
delicate and beauti- IT GIRDLES THE GLOBE. Thus far the feeding tests have been pr. It woul be interesting to know
A conducted with native Florida cattle I just what sort of verdict would be
\ They were sent The fame of Bucklen's Arnica
of the or those having only a dash ofthoroughbred"blood ,, rendered in the case of the men who
Ocala : D. Taylor and were Salve, as the best in the world, ex
; but now a small burned a human being at the stake.
I ner son, LieUt. j. i1 ". tends round the earth. It's the one I
1 I herd of Herefords will be purchasedin
his little sister, Kate. perfect healer of cuts, corns, burns,
I Texas to breed and to feed for
TRADES AND FLORAL bruises, sores, scalps, boils, ulcers, At the
beef-making purposes. same
DISPLAY. felons, aches, pains and all skin !
time the herd of Jerseys is retained
Messrs. L. J. Turner, eruptions. Only infallible pile cure. i
and enlarged by the addition of some
A. W. Blair award-
: 25c a box at all druggists.
: of the choicest acclimated blood of .

., I !! float in trades pa- After all, there is some excuse- Leon County. Thus there will be

j Adams; second, Geo. O. for lynch law in Kansas in the fact prosecuted simultaneous tests for Mothers

i'[ O. Mann-tie. Mr. that there is practically no death beef and for dairy purposes from the Healthy

birth a handsome silver penalty fixed by the laws of that most renowned breeds: in each specialty few mothers art healthy, became

.tkj Of state. At least the Kansas peniten- ; and the Florida farmer will re- their duties art so exacting. The anxiety

decorated carriage in tiaries are full of condemned criminals ceive contributions of practical (of pregiuncy, the shock of dIIIdWrth.UId' ,

, a(' : ;First, Mrs. J.Pots- who haven't been execu ted, because knowledge, pointing out to him the the care of young children But vfth are
I severe trials on woman.
Is any
; Mrs. J. Eppes Calla- the chicken-hearted governorsof pathway in which to walk in that Wine of Cardul within her grasp every

I : '/ received a |I I that I state have declined to sign auspicious agricultural and pastoralera mother-every woman in the land-can

Ky Friend \ teapot, and MM: !! the death warrants.J. upon which Florida seems aboutto pay the debt of personal health she
, owes her loved ones. Do you want
lvt'r bon-bon dish. enter. Times-Union & Citizen.
and I robust health with an Its privilege! and
llutsoi was awarded W. Bryan, of Lowder, 111., writes -- pleasures Wine of Card will give K
world J decorated bicycle. !I "My little boy was very low with This is the season when mothers I to you.
pnemonia. Unknown to the doctorwe
I alarmed account of It
ant are on croup.
gave him Foley's Honey and Tar.
have had the expe-
The result was .magical and puzzled is quickly cured by One Minute
tucky Peter Sherman: of 1 I the doctor, as it immediately stopped Cough Cure which children like to .lffAlDUI&trugllUl

'Law. suffered, N. (I.torture, who says from; I I recovered.the racking" cough and he quickly take. A.--It.-Wise.-- .

S SI .. But Kodol DI5-" :. The new congress has 1 actor, 287 Chloride of sodium, it is expliined orates weakened the female functions.organs For ud tovlj.every

a well man is of me. ;1 lawyers, 50 business men, 23 farmers, for the benefit of the unlearned, is female ill or weakness K If KM best
cat a cer-
1 dyspepsia you and every I{121 bankers, 21 journalists, and 8 poli- the uncommon kind of common salt. medicine LOO bottle made.Wine Ask of Cardul your,Onrtjlsl and for noiiibstttuU

I trouble. It gives'I They all might properly be under any clrcamdanwUn. : .
even in the worst !! classed as "actors," however.Tonight FAMILY JARS
ltdu 'who teommmed
Cn Coraw.
but do *
i are'more often the result of indiges- u.i.e wine d CIr4wi _hear .we
Wise. Dyspeptic the. Two....aher 1 widhet
else. lII.iIk.
-- ---- --- tion than anything as
-- oak .4 viktt. ...berrir5 when mi
leg are usually irritable, nervous, cranky I idnld ws born........ w. Mor pairs 24
: China wonders again, I individuals who make trouble for all har..db.dto rac...._,...b I W
Usual news from Kansas, those around th .m. Dr. Loyal Ford' lID milk. IIJw_Ire Viacw ..... JftIIII'7Ibia
Is ......Lane bAd la.t mash"I baby OrL at
} on ramming our form i If your liver is out of order causing Dyspepticide makes the stomach .ia Ux* coir two ....,... wit ktf M* ..*.
The right and restores health and happiness mt I ba.e|fa T d..... F.r*:p. .MIMI..
Sick Heartburn -
i Biliousness, Headache
CO J down her throat. in the household. weda my .. hlIleGdadWwdC.ri:
i : or Constipation take a dose ofHood's For advise ia sae -ar III w.daladdrsr. ......
I ......."Tile 1IIIioi
at once when a .fUll ay.
crisis per- Ex-President Cleveland seems to be "no.n.o..-.
danger. A neglected I Pills constitution ..... loW... .GV ..
that if the -
of the opinion n.--..",.T_
may soon become se does follow the flag It will find
I he stopped at once. I On retiring, and tomorrow your di- itself in strange places. 4p-q

Cough Cure quickly gestive organs will be regulated and

and colds and the worst you will be bright, active and readyfor CAS'rOR.A.

bronchitis, grippe been any the kind experience of work.of others This has; it ........ the tot1 tin Man map BangM -

and lung troubles. will be yours. HOOD'S PILLS are. B1gaa\wl f# #. _' -
I sold by aU medicine dealers. 25 eta. at .


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t ; 2 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER E'+ :-"hed Iu1y9 {

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1 '! THE ELECTOR.L'OTE. i The Mobile, 'Ala.) Register (Dem.' Ii i

'I : says: "The United States bare no -__, "" .'_: ::::::;:-::. 'JA. :', ":; _'_-::" '.." '::: '.-:::;;;, i "", _
Hon. \\\ H. Ellis, lion. Jno. S. ambitions in China, and cr.nid welcome -

: Does heard, Hon. Samuel J. Ililourn and, a settlement which would entirely ,

',' your hairsplit 'lljii Martin L. Williams. PredJcr- do awaywith all danger of

"'-"_, t teal Kitctora for Florida, nut ia tEe distaeab-rnseat. either: p:\.sat o- rff1CASTORhA.r
t'= > executive office at Ta laba..- ;e I"r.d3f -
I?:" r.jf a the end? fut::re. All that this country de-
Can and cist the vote of Florida for minds is perct freedom to trade in ( l ,

: you lion. \V. J,. Bryan and Hon. Adlai E:. every part of China, and. that privilege For Infants and duldr

jf: pull out a 8teren-on. Hon. 11. L \Yiliamwas! conceded it would rather see --- ,
China retaia full control (if all h -
handfulby elected chairman and Hon. S. J. =
than of r-
territory to see any part
HAIR I run- Hilburn secretary. Hon. \VilliaEllie m pass to.foreign ownership"" iiOBI' The Kind You AaY8

ning was selected as messenger to
your Now U the time when and
.. take the returns to Washington City i croup ,
; fingers through it ? Always
f Although we are accu-tomed: to lung troubles prove rapidly fatal. ,' Bought

Does it seem dry and think of the election of Presidential; The only harmless remedy that pro- A\'gefabe! Prcparationfor Assimilating -

I ; lifeless? daces immediate results is One UicroodandRe uIa-
tantamount to the chokeof I
i Give your hair a President ani Vice-President and Minute Cough Cure. It is very i tiDgtheStOmadIsaOOBowe1scf> Bears the

f chance. Feed accord them pleasant to take and can be relied
it. triumphant, whose party : I
t upon to quickly cure coughs, colds $
The roots are not secures the majority of elector. -
and all diseases. It will Signature
William lung prevent e
n McKinley and TheodoreRoorcrelt
i dead ; they are weak were not really elected consumption. A. P. "Ise. : Promotes Di estion.Clftrrw- .
I 1\\ because they are :
' until last Monday when the elector : nessaooRestCOntainsneiL"Ifr of
{t ; starved-that's all. of each state met at their: resnecti'.t Senator Pettigrew has at last I Optum.:torphine nor Mineral.KOTNAHCOTIC _
made that cannot be ignore
a charge .
f' I The ,capitals and cast their vote. ,I -
rJI i by the administratien. He I ..
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the --
t 1 besthair Owing to pecaliar romplectio.ilof I _,
declares the sins of Justices Harlan :
'-I", bur political affairs with faction dli. t mm ERj
and McKenna were given high I :
I foods I I arrayed against faction and party ; tlo .i-a SrlALrd .
places in the army to influence theirfatbers ,
against party, it is to determine uw* ,
H&.lr I easy :,
in the court when I' RxUUSJltKm -
what the decision of the electoral supreme I / csaid e I
t .. they go t > decide the Porto Rican l nIIlDIij n
i college will b j:, although the electorsnave '! JJ _
case, which case involves the entire ...
IIOr a legal right to vote for whom Sal-. -;
policy of the administration S1"""' ., c
r. thev please.
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If : -- i S e-
don'f J
you want THE MOTHEK'S FAVORITE.Chamberlain's JT D.tZZLETHE WORLD. Apcrfecl Remedy f or Conslipa'

your hair to die useAyer's No discovery in medicine has ever I tion,Sour Sto macb.Diairhoea, ,
y C >n h Remedy !j.> I I
I ; Hair Vigor created one quarter of the excitement Worms..Convulsions.Feverishoess -
F 0'
1, ; : once a day. It makes the and mother's safe for favorite.children It to take U pleasant and that has been caused by Dr. j I i and Loss OF wP.'t"1 0 r

; I the hair King's New Discovery for Consamplion. ;'
grow, stops ahcays cures It is intended eK- ; Simile Signature of

\, .. i J falling, and cures dan- cially for cough's, coMs, croup and un hopeless. Its severest victims tests of consumption have beer, : &#& Thirty Years

: ; druff. whooping cough, and !,> the best >' V YORK.
t pneumonia, hemorrhage, pleuri y
: It I ; medicine made for these disense'.
always restores an.l bronchitis, thousands of whom it
There b not the least danger in :giving : _
I color to gray or faded has restored to perfect health. For H Li-i sa.i .
it to children fur it roi,hs, colds, asthma, ha
'j hair it never fails. croup }
; opium or other _
I' injurious drug and fever, hoarseness and whooping CASTORIA
'I''I'i $1.00 bottle. All be
may given a> confidently to a
i rough it i-> the quickest surest cure i
Oon b<.t1Je of Ayer's Hair Tigertomed babe as to an adult. For sale by G. ', EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEB.
,r j ,: ( my hair from follm ".ut. W. Price. in the'Orl.1.. It is sold by all -
; anal started it to grow agaia titely." I who guarantee satisfaction or v ,

'i March Ji-Litg MITT. --- refund money. Large bottles 50c and ,'_.-. '- _- ,__ _" .noIlCEItT""CO.N"Y. .. -O__, Mll rOfta' CI R.i .
I S 1KB. f anova, S.D:& The Houston Tex. Post Dem. c : : _:, ::; : .::: _:: '': :, :_' :
} .' \ycr'$ lUir Vigr/r complete1 I II ( ) ) ,*1. Trial bottles free. jI j
cured iu
I I I my I IwvtpreuiyfefHit hair Mien:lU use has.The len grow something thof- heretofore, Mr. McKinley's.I i It is now claimed that Pettigrew, I _u. -

r I wonderful." among them, have done the negrono Cutler and Allen are going to talk I

) AIrlll3,1'I 1tUGGRF!>. ticwYorkN.Y., good by appointing him to office the ship subsidy scheme to death in i ial BUlE'8 SAW MILL J

1, If row lo not ouuia ill the ImicfitsTna in the South or nursing his politicambition. the Senate. That.trio ought to b e't'
i Vi/or espe.led. nie' the use ollb. flair If Mr. McKinley hasnow able to talk not only the bill; but the i
Senate itself to death. .FOUl.iieH West, cat Lake L
j discovered the > i _... .. I mistake in that I
f. ..- "direction it will be better for the : First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to anypaiSt

\ ; : i I negro. : PROMINENT CHICAGO WOMAN of the City on short notice. Address P j,
1, STRIKES A nwu FIXD. I Prof Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, Vice 4-1 FIAW
rl' !I The question is: being agitated in I' "I was troubled for several years !;t President Illinois Woman's Alliance ---_ __ h __ -

I' the western part of the state that !!'I with chronic indigestion and nee. in speaking of Chamberlain's Cough

C Florida's third congressman be ousdf.bility," writes I"'. J. Green of Remedy, says: "I suffered with a tfifo
I Lnle
f, elected by the tate at large, instead Lancaster, X II. 'No remedy helped severe cold this winter which threatened i 5rts i fell Y [ } Botffi

t of f'om a newly formed dist me until I began using Electric Hitters ;: to run into pneumonia. I tried li r7
t 'i' different remedies but I seemed to
trict. This might do very well, until which did me more good than ,
worse and the medicine
grow upset (
: j the next election two years hence I all the medicines I ever used. They : my stomach. A friend advised me s (t iI '' lompaiijj. ITF
i but we do not believe that it would j have also kept my wife in excellenti 1 to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy j

;)1 i meet either the views or the wishes i i health for 3 ears. She says Electric and I found it'as pleasant to ( :$G+SE5T
take and it relieved FRUITSDEALER IX
me at once. I -
the Bitters
; people as a permanent tbing. | are just splendid for female
now entirely recovered saved a
as it is said that the law requires a I troubles; that they are a grand tonic 'doctor's bill, time and suffering, andI

Hate to be districted for national and invigorator for weak, rundown will never be without this splendid Cool Drinks Fruits V&dffi
i ,
{ ,
i ; j i medicine again." For bale by G. V".
representatives. It matters very women. No oit>.er medicine can 9J

little how the new member is first i i take its place in our fa mil.." Try Price. ,

; chmen, but at the next election he i I them. Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed :,: Nikola-Tesla says he'-thinks he has \ bless Tobaccos, Cigai

} should be elected, as the other two : by all dn gits.Whenever !I''dv'ttct.'d' the planet Mars -
trying to
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j' will be. I signal the earth. Perhaps Mars Nuts, Raisins, Appl :
It would be well to begin to think it comes to the point of has discovered that we haven't got i3 ,
j of what counties should form the | signing Li hung Chang has another
our new century on straight, and And Fine
: Third District stroie or two of paralysis. Candies.tANCFAcTt'RF.E.S .,
&o as to make an _, ; wants to tell us about it. %
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equal division of
voters and
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as possible.As CA.STOR.r.a.: .! STORI4L.. Soda
: for men to hold the honor, there Vail Haffl top Bought Bean the Always Bcagfit Water, HnrMiparillu. Strawberry, < _inner A!

will be plenty of them, and no gerry BU.ct;; # !! Signature G' ; Seltzer Cider, Etc.Geo. ||

r4 J. Davis .
mandering wilt be necessary to take i Manager

'u ) in certain counties. becatse some favorite I.
It :" '- resides in them and has a deIsire ,,1,2't !1L2,2: : .r ., -----1'
: 'tt'T.'fc.
J _MRS. L. T. FUNK J'V tt'3J.t o.1.t M2T' t-
to be, a congressman. Under :' t = Iton.t;! Y

t present political conditions in Flor-;1 I... -
: ,
-' has received a most I I I ,
,'i 'v Ida th<t the least. scheming : beautiful and attractive display of FALL m The .
t ; '
; to ,
't necessary meet the- vanh of the I and Winter IiUinerv-must be seen to be
\ )" a Democratic party. Everything in appreciated. She Offers
has alltheneweststyles e to both sexes a good edn-
organizing the new district should shapes of Ladies' Misses' cation
and along the hne.ofand
he done on a fair and just basis. dreh's Hats Bonnets and Trimmings Chi'M I

:, i -(-( Jacksonville; Metropolis. I'j i gether with a full line of Novelties 0 d em Thought and Activity.Scientiflc. .

\'i. The editor of the =Agricultural=

5-. ,'II n Miscellaneous; Fordville.Ky.a |>ostscript, |I'Notions Ribbons Flowers Feathers & I': I Industrial. Litt Departments rary. Military Mostcomplete and

'e'l' i kidney to a business trouble letter by: taking'1 was cured Foley's of "I ,t6. College. -, reduced outfit of apparatus. Expense

,t Kidney Cure." Take nothiug eUe. I High.classloJeste!! create from these materials the Shorthand to a minimum. ;
;,' (5. W. Price I; latest dreams cf fastidious Fashion and that cannot Telegraphy Book '
'- : fail to please the a keeping taught
taste of the P.
-- most fastidious dis FttEtta
1 Send for a New
criminators '
: Camille of to
Flammariontho la something high-class!! Millinery. A share of the

t1,t I'i,i i: of a. star-gazer, declares :that country trade of is the ladies of Lake City and surrounding I \V. F. YG e NI. Pres., ,
respectfully solicited. I
|jj.jr the nlanet Mars is not trying to attract !I ; 1_ Lake City, Flo. '
the attention the PRICES LOW -'-- -- -- '
of people of
; ,the earth. That FUNK. ;" -.m' I II ,
being the the '
case, l.H-'l"'H .
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The old idea that the body sometimes ,
I needs a |powerful, drastic, i

: -, 'purgativ pill: has! been exploded; '
: F t fur Jr.. King's, view Lift,Pills, which.

'; 4 are.perectly.harmlesji, gently stim-
'i Mate fiver, and bowels to expel
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( cleanse the s'sII' '
'II'{ t*'* ,teni,and absolutely cure constipation .
and sick headache. Ouly ii; a box
.i k r t. { .at all drujrgjsts. I ,?
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organi/in t
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11 t" the same time. The former is at L, >

r least a timely precaution. '


.x KEEP'four blood jm.-o and your I

:tli restive organs in a !=iil: tv :&130.I .
Lealtliy l'y, taking lltxxl's
i +f Sarkaparilla anti you will be: WELL I I Coeds and Taski-ls Stiles and '

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:. ." ,A Stove, "Will quickly decide th.itve are
-y the people for( the Very .lScs Qualities -
at.the Lowest possible i price.l
Every month, so that when) you do

buy, you want to look around little) ,. &4r/AT A WELL r*

and sec where Jon can get the ;greatest _.. DRESSED FOOT
satisfaction for you money. AYe I
have a great line of Stoves, both Cooking ..hdpont a man's appearance more than
most any other detail{ of his get up.
and Heating, and can suit any
Here are pretty, well-fitting, stylish
size pocket book with ow prices. -. Shoes. They're low priced 'tis true-
lire carry also ah extensive line ( f'- _.s but that's tlici way with everything here
Cooking Utensils, Tinware of every --low priced-high grade. And nothing -
description, and at prices the lowest else) finds room.
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., Wtilsont s .. .lbors .. Collar .. Stands .

I ... It saves your Horses Shoulders, it will not Gall, ChokePack or get Hard.

... The covering or casing is made 6f best whIte duck leather liearines.stutfod with clean cotton both l"idv and rim. The
I ._ cotton is five of 1i>reim inattec. Opened at tile bottom allowing collar and hames removed at same time. Every seam 'n double" .
I k-iiilchof or Iwst thrt-ad. K\cry seam and raw edge are on iasiJrol collar ,prevents ravels and njs. It Is a pad and collar combined -
! and wu jAi.-.ivily guarantee it to cure or prevent palN or sore shoulders I
I They an U>ed. and Highly Endoi>ed by 1]. S. AVar Department:. for Army use.V I .

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..1, Starts ont to buy, she like to know she 1I 1IIi Vour ClothesLet
underone roof.
can H'CILC all she wishes

There is i a great satisfaction in knotting us do it lor you. AYe can give youa
that you do nut need to visit: half dozen Heady Made Suit that will fit you

't stores in older to complete your pur perfectly) and wear as long) a:, any made-
chases. AVehavo everything that can to-measure suit at :less than you pay

be,desired in the Duv GoOLIXI; :, and I'Jotl elsewhere. If you are looking for satisfaction -

will find our departments stocked I f in Clothing can get it here, in

with bargains continually. We carry i' fact we camevery Article in the way
everything in the way of-t ladies Dress I of Cienth' Furnishings, the Complete -

(foods, Trimmings, Laces, Notions, I n t line in the city ,

.,.Underwear, Calicoes, etc t.I", I Truth Never Fears a Rigid Examination.Our .
<" I ? .1p 'J best recommendation n-the Furniture itself.
I Willow, Reef and Rattan Chairs. -
Welt'll for cash or Ia.talmentOur line is coxplete.
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JEWELRY.Qnwii"ware .,:
hinawaie andTinware. a

We can suit vOn 'I t'it' best t, el.eaj-ext and tntlst.
in both style and price. Remember ; ci.lnluitable, led i spring

we carry everything- eve.-ything you need in that 1 line. Call' f for .q ..on.. the inti
what yoji want, we sell at smll profit. i L
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Harness Saddles on a

in fact every- I few more of those .

I thing in the way of HANDSOME LAMPS I

I .y I I LEATAER GOODS. from 40: to $4. i

Trunks Traveling I We have an immense I .

Bags and Valises. i pSJrinng stock of Lamps, all

Machine for Sale cr Rot 1 sizes styles and prices
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[ R The THE CARNIVAL. beautiful in design and finish. The _-; AOTCE"a .
Citizen-Reporter. decorations of paper, bunting and
Artistic Floats. City Thronged I ribbons were tastefully arranged. It
and !
H. I.. DODD, EDITOK AID PIOPlIETOL With VUltors. was occupied by six little girls, Infancy To my Friends Customers
A. E. DODD,iiiiiUBt Editor. costumes, each carrying a
-' Monday. the first day of the midwinter broom. They were represented as'sweeping I have nice STOCK 1ust bought or GENERAL in Genoa MEK-Fla.a S

Official Newspaper of Columbia County and carnival and street fair, away prices. CUANDISE consihtlcgot
the Town of Lake City Florida. Staten & Co.-This well known
Published dawned bright and balmy. Bright, firm was represented with afloat of floods Notions Clothing. Ifanhvare
every Friday at Lake City. Fla. ))..v ,
Offlce-South ot Courthouse Square. warm weather prevailed throughoutthe appropriate design. It was built on
.. Ad-trtiiiig Kate Firalihtd three days and no incident occurred an ox-cart and wax drawn by a gaily Groceries, Tinware, Etc. -1 am now in
( ipoi
caparisoned ox. The figure of a boy
at any time that could in the
in Lake City postofflce at second occupied the driver's seat and held
class matter. slightest degree mar the pleasure of the lines. Those occupying the Monroe Block>{, Next to Raolison'eAnd StI ,

', the festal season. The entire time float were Misses Minnie OJoni, Annie
Subscription $1.00 Per Year. will Hose the entire Stock out in the next -
Belle Finley, Claude Per-
i was given up to the pursuit of pleasure Mary
:j)days,at first coat !>$
--.---- --- -- --- -- but sons, Ethel Mobley, Ruth Julian and IttSTEIN.
at no time did the merrymaking
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1901 tend to roughness or rowdysm. stone Messrs. Q. B. Staten and U. Helven- -1\1.
-. It was, as intended, an occ a., Frank Adams.-The eight departnenta -
i QUEEN OF ENGLAND DEAD. Ion in which all could participateand of this firm were appropriatey .

enjoy themselves. The street represented. The design was
it 0--- novel and artistic, advertising the g.A.TCOST.
1 Victoria, queen of England and fakir wa very much in evidence and following departments: Dress goods, !

} Ireland and Empress of India, is no succeeded in disposing of great num shoes, hats, jackets hardware, groceries .
more. Death came Tuesday at her berl of such instruments of torture notions and furniture. It was ,L

residence in Osborne, Isle of Wight. ai the rubber ball with elastic string driven by Mr. Norman Robinson and \
was occupied by the following I.
The end came painlessly, and the attachment and the innocent look- ladies, costumed in red, white young and Y
royal sufferer passed away like lag little box operated with a ro sblue: Misses Maude Moseley, Lillie I

one falling asleep. Her death bed ned string, and these, supplementedwith Pepper, Lila Watts, Catherine POSITIVELY and we below are disposing co.,t We of our are entire going'line out of of try the goods clotting and; ,I"'

was surrounded by the Prince of home manufactures, suppliedenough Waugh, Daisy McClenny, Eula bni.nelaad la future will handle only staple heavy and fancy '"
J of hardware and must ,
Lumpkin, Katie Horn. groceries and a eomplet" line make room '"
Wales, the Emperor of Germany and calisthenics and noise to Wilson & Wilson.-This firm had fur a large incrca'* m our presentstock ot this class of goods. y;

'1 other members of the royal family suit the most ardent lover of thatclass an excellent representation of their

''il and the British cabinet. The death of sport. hardware business, and the plumber

scene was most impressive. TheQueen Large numbers of people throngedthe rayed.and tinner at work was aptly por- NOW IS THE TIMEiTo .

would have been 84 years of streets during the entire seasonand The Surprise Store, A. B. Brown.- I ..

i age in May.Edward the city was taxed to the utmost This store advertised a fire sale with secure bargains In clothing-bats shoes and all kinds of cloth.Ing. I .
I VII now reigns over the to entertain them. The attendance an appro slate design. It was 0 below. piece co,,t.goods and notioas-at[ prices. that will suit you-at sad A I
I J3riti8h Empire. reached the maximum Wednesday, driven by Mr. J. F. 'anova, who was v
blacked and dressed in that <
: It is generally understood that the when thousands were on the streetsto showed every sign of having apparel passed < ROGERS BROS. ISI4

F "i Prince of Wales will elect to reign witness the magnificent Bowerparade. through a disastrous tire. S. Marlon St. Phone No. O. X
tl: as Edward VII., for, although the W. M. Pennington had an appro- (

::1'' Queen always desired that he should ON THE MIDWAY. priate. float representing his busiless. = 8<$ > H> >MM i

;rl j be.Albert I. the Prince
frequently R. H. Cox .
-His saloons advertised
;: The midway has been a favorite resort were
expressed disapproval of the plan. for the pleasure-seeker for it i in a novel manner. The rJ t, ; .O ;;?' ; .
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The new king many years :.:ilkgo was nicely decorated and contained 'Ib' "" o f. ..
1' was there that the exhibits of the I jugs and other
I' announced that when he ascended appurtenances
fair were shown and free exhibitions of the business.T. .
.:: the throne he would use his second of all kinds forth G. Henderson.-The float was an
were given Reduction
i .I',1', name, Edward, and be known as entertainment of the people. Five appropriate advertisement of a well i Big i iL1i .
King Edward VII, in preference to, different shows and neatly kept grocery store.
also continuously
King Albert I. The English people Hangers were loaded with different
'II in progress. These were the articles handled. -
have always looked forward to him wild IN CLOTHING
west show
educated horseshow TUESDAY.
'a as King Edward VII. His eldest son, dancing and views of great The trades parade formed as on OQO ;' "

the Duke of York, who becomes the disasters and battles, and to these the preceding day and proceeded up 25 cent Off
II'' Prince of Wales by his father's accession admission Marion street beyond Railroad street per : -
was charged. and from thence back
.-:1: to the throne, has also an to the Mid ft '
way. It was distinguished from the ti
Edward in his long list of names, TRADES AND FLORAL DISPLAYS.An other by being more elaborate. Several On our Entire Stock of ClothingWe are r- '

VI and his eldest son, who will be King excellent trades display occurred new floats were entered and 1 going out of the clothing business to make I !l'.
'J: of England some day, if he lives, has Monday at the appointed hour.It others were varied. 1I room for our Immense Stock of Dry Goods land I
Mr. J. E. other lines of General Merchandise, in /
also an Edward in his name. It has was not so elaborate as those of Inman instituted several .'
s 0 9 of
J, changes in his beautiful exhibit. place clothing.Ve must have more I. .
jj has been argued that succeeding days, but, withal, formedan and wish .
t by calling himself The new floats were:- room to dispose of our entire I 'j
: T Edward VII the new king couldreyive inspiring scene. Gaily caparisoned R. Jordan.-This popular firm was Stock of Clothing by JANUARY 1STIt is .

;1'1'I the line of kingly Edwards, horses and decorated floats, i represented by a float artistic in design I.V. in necessary order to to close throw out some inducement 1'/:/ \ _
with practical demonstrations I and finish. It was trimmed out such an Immense! _. i
and in time of
they would exceed in
: with lace and bunting and decorated Stock of Clothing as we bare, within the ;
I number the Henrys who have sat trades represented, gave the spectator with palms and artificial flowers. It I.V next 30 days. BOYS', MEN'S and CHIL 1'>, '4
upon the English throne. It has an insight into the great and varied was occupied by the Misses Jordan, ti1 DREN'S SCITS, and OVERCOATS. Come n
been suggested that the new king resources of our progressive Miss Josie Turner. Mrs. Mimms and and select your Winter Suit at a bargain. \
Messrs. Grant and t .J
could city. Joe Scarborough. j I
a new precedent busing
ladies W
young carried handsome Orb
both of his names and calling Chief Marshal C. A. Finley is due silk parasols.J. 25 PER CENT OFF. :

I himself Albert-Edward I. This suggestion much praise for the admirable manner D. Streety.-This popular hardware tf1 -- -.u "'I..,.
was not favorably received in which he discharged the exacting store was represented with an tf1 J

t F t by the English. duties of ,his responsible po appropriate stove advertisement. It
was one that would M. L. ,
The new ruler of England will be sition. Very few of his appointed tion and receive favorable comment Plympton & Co., |

sixty years of agenext November. aides reported for duty and the major anywhere. \if ,
1 He Is particularly fond of Amen portion of the work devolved M. L. Plympton & Co.-This popu Opposite Court House i.Jl '.: '

cans. He is a Free Mason. He likes upon him, but the program for each Tar dry goods firm was appropriately g :
represented by a tastefully decorated
'I I the opera and the drama and has day was admirably executed under carriage. The carriage was

!"' {, done much by his powerful influenceto his careful supervision. occupied by Mr. Clyde Taylor and ,

favor the fortunes of those who Promptly at 10:30 a. m. the long Misses Emma Griffin, Klein Staten _

.= attract his enthusiastic interest. He procession formed, moving down Marion and L.Bertha W. Johnson.-The Scott. machine

> spends $5,000 a year in private tele street from the Florida Agricultural was represented by a novel MEN ARE DOUBTLESS IN A
I grams. He is fond of deer stalking College grounds in the f olA large wagon, painted and nicely ;

I and yachting, and there was hope! i I l owing order: Lake City. brass band., decorated, carried a boiler, a forge -
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I that he would see the next race for F. A. C. cadet battalion, F. A. C and were other engaged marhin.arir-in machine:end work.wnrlrm..n-- .. I QUANDARY OVER THE WEATHER

.1 \ America's cup. He is a great artillery corps, Woodmen of the Mr. 'aleb Markham had a very .l -
smoker and dresses most fashionably. World in a float in their handsome nice display of his meat market. --

.: The Prince of Wales is a man of uniforms, the Kid Fire Company, A. O. Man.-The exhibit of ice and
:' social floats representing the various cold storage/ was excellent. The I
strong inclinations. He is also industries float was decorated with and
( r Ii a patron of all manly sports, chief of the city, decorated:bicy- bunting and carried a nice display paper of
among them hunting and the turf. cles, clowns and other riders from ice. J

f He has traveled all over the world, the midway corps. The line of The firm of J. J. Jones, colored, We don't make it ,.'
was represented : if we did we would -
nicely. probably
il has hunted in Africa and Asia and march continued to Duval, going up McClenny Co. be sorely tempted to give yon "natur .
al ,
nice ice
i III has been a welcome visitor to every west Duval, returning to Marion on display of meat.Pyrotechnic a quite a about spelL seven While days anticipating in the week.a cool tor -J

capital Europe. Nassau street, thence proceeding :: Display.-At 7:30 wave. it won't hurt however to give you a -_"-
handy list for
t U At Sandringham be lives the beau down Marion to the Georgia Southern o'clock the public was treated to .a quiet reference. .:)'

I' K tiful and healthful life of a country and Florida depot, returning on Midway.beautiful pyrotechnic Some of the display displays on the ALL IN _
gentleman. He Is of a genial disposition Marion and disbanding in front of grand, particularly the large rockets Need of new Shoes. Slippers or footwear of .-M
l' i. and in tbe difficult and exacting the Midway grounds. which burst in mid-air and sent any kind and who are not la ..

I role'of "proxy" to Her Majesty The music for the occasion was out numbers of floating stars thai FAVOR OF

(t : on very many public occasions, such furnished by the Lake City brass changed were different colors as they I Paying high prices for goods of inferior '!

as founding schools, hospitals and band. The band occupied the hand FLOWER PARADE, WEDNESDAY. quality, style or fit, should get. < ,;

I :' churches and opening exhibitions, somely decorated wagon of Porter The flowerparadeWednesdaywaamagnificent a THAT MOTION '

I' he has acquitted himself with great & Glover. The boy are excellent pageant. The procession On .
r A, credit. His home in London has musicians and conducted themselves was headed by the band, followed for themselves a purchase which at our will store bring is them here !
always monel'
admirably during the fair. by bicycles, battalion saved.
'i been of ca Let everybody
at the
i..t i\' He has hever Marlborough House. I The trades represented for the day dets, F. A. C. artillery corps and .'C

r'I;:;' either of the great affiliated political openly parties with i' were: Geo. O. Adicks, with a !floa i fl-carriages beautifully decorated with SAY "AYE" V
representing his 'wers. The
bakery and occupants of the
He sympathized of the Jews with in the emancipation I'factory. It was built in the form candy of riages were as follows: Mr. car aad guarantee When asked tbe to best come Shoe here values as we .
England. a miniature house. The material Mrs. J. Potsdamer N. If. Harrison, the market for the least money on 'I
forming the greater part of the con Miss Bessie DeSha and Mrs. J. Eppes
The freeze last week killed tha struction and decoration were tissue Callaway, in colonial costume; F. H. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING :
water hyacinths down on DeSoto paper, bunting and national colors. Young, Mrs. J. E. Inman ani Misses ,
i. lake, and this broad expanse of The most artistic feature of the con Sadie Young and Lillie Dates; Mrs UNDERWEAR, :. NECKWEAR,
I struction was the roof W. J. Edwards and ,children in HOSIERY-
complete ,
water is now covered with NOTIONS
one puS shingled with loaves of bread. The riage beautifully decorated ,
-, trid mass of rotting vegetation. We float was occupied by the children o f natural flowers; Mr. Green DRESS GOODS CAPES i.
,believe that it Isof great importance Mr. Adicks. and Miss Hope Leitner; Mr. W. V. 1 CLOAKS AND
j to the health of the community thai t / G.S. Young, advertising his phar Casey and Miss Minnie Odom; Mr. i JACKETS fWE -

6'L...<". 1\1U UII macy.6LL_It_ was. constructed_ of_ fouoLanLutuus K. W. Adams and Miss Gussie Millet ,
F' De removea Jrom The ,
set ai trades
right angles and display, In connectun
i lake.-------
\ the connected 'at the top with with the floral formed a beautiful -- _'
streamers. These were tastefully nand magnificent procession. We r
On Sunday morning, January 27, wrapped with tissue paper and from have heard many competent judges
: them floated gaudily colored say that the displays here ,
I" at 11 o'clock. there will be a meeting bunting would
of the First bearing the national colors. On a compare favorably with those pro
Baptist Church
to table in the center was placed a I duced at the carnivals of most of the
attend to some matters of vital im mortar and pestle. The float was large cities. CAN SUIT YOU '-

i. portance Every member is earn occupied by Misses Bessie DeSha and : Mr. J. E. Inman, supervisor of the
estly requested! to be present.C. Minnie Helvenston and Mr. Biggs. trades exhibits is due much praise

V. WAUGH, Jas. E. Young had a handsome for his careful and painstaking work.> 1.J E. INMAN &
Moderator. representing his immense department COMPANY ..
store. It was tastefully
Thin l3 .the season when mothers decorated and bore a great plow as e3lJ1.

ate alarmed on account of croup. It an advertisement. of the hardware 0 PHONE NO. 4. NEAR
department.The DEPOT.
is quickly' cured by One Minute
\ Cough Cure which children like to float representing the dry This ilfUtaM U oa every box of the genuf fin e
take. A. It Wise. goods: firm of J. E. Inman was one o Laxative BromoQuinine nueu [
peculiar attractiveness and wa tt* teoMdy thai .. '
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"i Established 1874. THE jCITIZEN-REP 'RtER. 5t.

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News Gov. Jennings has appointed Dr. j Old Confederates Meet. : Old Maid' Convention.The""OIdMaidsvt6nventibn .
r Local Notes.
V. H. Gwinn,,of Brooksville, to the j I Pursuant to call, Camp No. 13D. .QSI---W: -* ," givenat

f t, Superintendency of ;'the State Hose I Confederate Veterans, met in the' the opera house last Friday night

d !ifr. C. F. Staten, of Valdosta, In pital for the Insane at Chattahoc- court house Tuesday at 11 a.: m. r under the supervision of lisa HattieM

y. visiting in the city. chee. This place has been for many Adjutant W. M. Ives was called to -4 FLESHIn I Jones, was a decided success.

f. Mr. G. W. Hair, of Houstoun, was years held by Hon. Jnhn M. Trammel preside.On The mimicry was excellent, each
summer can be prevented .
i" in the city Monday. whose term will expire Feb. 1st. motion of Comrade G. W. Wal- by taking one rendering his or her part of the
.... A. J. Livingston, Jr., of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Proctor and dron, the ladies of Stonewall Chapter 'Scott's -EmulsionIts ** v program in an inimitable jnanner.'

; ..walia the city Sunday. daughters, Misses Lorane* and Wallace No. 47, were invited to be press The audience evinced appreciationby

t North ot Durham, N. C., who. have as beneficial summer a* j 'continuous laughter and applause.The .
hand Carolina
Best picked ent.The
In winter.-If j
you are weak or
Stonewall U. D. of C. entertainment consisted of
been visiting in the city, guests of Chapter, ,
seed panders at Inman & Co's. j8-4t run down.It will build you up.
their relatives, Cot l "Mrs.. B. H. then bent a delegation, which attended ,, for free sample. dialogues and ,songs andd the pop

!f'.. Mr. C. H. Mathis arrived in the Palmer, left this week for St. Augustine the meeting. 4091415 SCOM Pearl&Street BOWNB,- ,Chemists Hew York., trayal of such characteristics as the
city Tuesday night from Blackwell. and other Florida points of On motion of Comrade G. W. Wal- 5.and jl.5.o; illdrugguU. writer of comic pieces generally at-

;.;ta.'c.. interest. dron, the following resolution was 4 tributes to the old maid.

t";.; Messrs. Collier and McNeil, of Hon. Mark Riley, Special Agent adopted: The most ludicrous part of! the en-

Blackjack, are in the city :spending United States Department of Labor, That the Confederate Veterans of FOR SALE.A tertainment was'the transformation

the week. of Washington,.was ia the city this E. A. Perry Camp, No. 150, tender performed by the eminent person-

Mr..AlexanJer, Jasper, played week' ga'theringht f lltcs: relativeto their sincere thanks to Stonewall Valuable Tobscco, Stock: and- age, represented by N. H. Harrison,

!- with the Lake City band during- ,the. manual training and technological Chapter. 47 United Daughters of Truck Farm. who possessed machine through

;. carnival. schools. While in the city Mr. the Confederacy for their successful Just one mile from court house, which a person could be run and

Mr. H. D. Wright, of White Riley.made the CITIZEN-REPORTER a efforts in placing headstones at the Lake City, west end Duval street; transformed into-whatever the will

Springs, was in the city during the much appreciated visit. graves of the Confederate soldiers paved nearly all the way, and in of the operator dictated Each old

carnival. buried in our cemetery at' Lake sight of Peabody1 High School and maid, of course, 'wanted to take a
f' In conformity with a beautiful and '
City and for the shaft erected by State Agricultural 'College; about trip through the apparatus, and the
Mr. J. G. Lewis ,of Okahumpkaspent established custom in this state, now
them there commemorating Confed- 240 acres, mostly rich, hammockland changes wrought were marvelous in
several days in town this week prevailing in nearly every state in
erate valor at Olustee.On never-failing springs, brooks the extreme. Twoold maids, were
c- with his family. the Union, and in compliance with a
motion of Comrade Ives it was and lakes. Cottage of three rooms changed into little girls, who enter-

i. Rev. J. 0. Harris visited McClen- regulation! the .State Board of resolved that this camp procure a and kitchen. Excellent water on tained the audience with recitations.Miss .

Wednesday to officiate at. a marriage Education; Gov; William'S. Jenningshas roll of the Stonewall the also tobacco Jones followed
,r : Chapter No. 47U. porch, large stock with the recita-
designated Friday the first day
h r ceremony. D. C. and preserve the same with and hay barn, one wagon, four double tion of'an appropriate piece An-

,Dr. H. E. Stockbridge conducted a of_February, as Arbor Day. our records. plows and many cultivators,harrows, other old maid was "changed Into a

'very successful farmers' institute at Mr. George J. Davis, proprietor of On motion of Comrade W. T. Hen- horse hoes, sweeps, double shovels, man, two others, who wished to be

Bartow last week*. the Lake City Bottling Works, has ry it was resolved that this camp etc., mower and rake and two Bemis two chocolate drops, were turned out

Mr. H. M. Connell has purchased avery been made the agent in this city for appoint a committee to prepare a tobacco planters and one iron two negro boys. ,Of the other*, one

neat and attractive wagon for Celery Cola and will manufacture suitable memorial to the legislature stump plow for new ground, also 3 wished to be a bride, 'sweet sixteen,
the syrup. This place will'be the fine blooded milk cows, "coming'' in '
his laundry business.CoL relative to the passage of a proper medium sized womana :Filipino,
distributing point for this section Y soon, several heifers, household fur-
and Mrs. EL D. fliers, of Me pension law. The committee to consist niture, etc. Also about 13 acres, in and their wishes; were gratified.

Clenny, were in the city this week the state. Celery_ Cola,is.a. drink of Comrades W. M. Ives, M. M. SW Division of Lake City, including Those in the play were Misses May,

attending the mid-winter fair. similar to Cocoa Cola and was' com- : Scarborough and G., V. Waldron. the old Peabody School lot of one Battle and Birdie Vanzant, Waste

:' pounded by the same ,man who orig- I On motion of' Comrade Waldron acre, with three large buildings.Also Scaggs, Orrie Brown, Bertha Scott,
The Lake City band has an en- inated the latter drink. a 4Oacrefarm on S. A. L. 1
.' : the Sons of Veterans were requestedto mile from Bessie Desha,*"" VonCamp, Annie
west hammock
gagement to play for the Live Oak I depot, I
and I :Mr. II. M. Connell has added a appoint a committee consisting of land. Very easy terms on the real ; Belle Rowe. Annie Belle Finlev,
( carniyal Friday Saturday.
'pressing club" to his laundry. A C. A. Finley, M. M. Scarborough, estate. Cows, etc. cash. Josie Potsdamer, Ethel Mobley anJ

.'':yA new fruit stand was established pressing club is where so many peo-i'( Jr.._and F. P. Cone fo 'c vcratc F. B, MOODIE. Mrs. Ryder, and Messrs.
;::, In town this. week in the store room pie club together and to with ittee .
a the pensions. lor Hal and Kinnison.
", agree pay coma on --- -:-- --- Henderson Ollie -
:- -.vacated' by J. V. .Hunter&, Co. certain monthly stipend in consider j "'l'he'nIeetingfa.[ .., well attended, ,A0 A..A 0A0 0A0A .& A. A. A a.a a "

?' Messrs. H. Wright, G. S. Mobley ation of having their clothes pressed old.yeterans from all over the OF ---
t. iBarnet of White mended cleaned and in I A LOT BRICK Cut this out and take it to G. W.
a Springs, kept good county and from other counties being

were in the city during the fair. condition. Mr. Connell has employed 1' "present., :' 'fit t, .:- ...ii- FOB SALE BY Price's drug"Chamberlain's store and get a free
Mr..W. E. Connell, of Ocala, is in an experienced tailor to attend It was a happy fu>a to call the old S. B. THOMPSON. and Liver Tablets, the best stomach physic. .

town, guest of his brother Mr. H. M. to this work.A Confederates together: during our They also cure disorders of the

I i Connell, the popular laundry man. Valdosta man who came down to : carnival/as they ,were afforded an' e stomach, hilliousness and headache.

Mrs. Florence McCullers, of Jas- take in the carnival, looking up and : opportunity of entering into the Lost r
; festivities : -- -- -- ----- -- Boy.
has recently opened a dressmaking down :Marion street, was heard to of the occasion while
establishment in this up cjty. remark; "Lake City has many advantages : participating in the meeting of i I. W. Harper is the gold medal My son, Arthur Drew Rowe, aged

over Valdosta. Her streets their organization.: whiskey of the world. Highest 17, left home near Providence, I la.,
Mr. Jim Cougleton and wife of awards" at Paris 1900 1893 the night of Jan. 14 :1901. I
are longer, her business houses are .. ; Chicago, ; on warn
Jacksonville, spent Sunday in the New Orleans 1885. Unbeaten and
all from him.
better located, her water supply is We have a clnbbing rate of 80 cents people employing Any
city, guests of Mr. L. Harrison and and unbeatable. Sold by PW..
better, her electric lights and the resources ,with tile Commoner.-. Mr.' ,Bryan'snew Coxe, information as to his whereabouts

family. of the surrounding countrygives paper; tuaYis. ,' you can getthe thankfully received. S.' M. HOWE,

'Baby che.'Picket wishes to see her" a big advantage over Val CmzEN-REPORtKR Clad the Commoner i The most effective little liver pills Providence; Fla.

everybody at the opera house Fridayand dosta. made are DeWitt's, Little Early
,for $1.80pe't, :a'nnuIli1'cash' in ad-
Saturday sights and Saturday Risers. They never gripe. A. R. If troubled with a weak digestion,
matinee. Death of J. C. Lanler. vance. Wise. belching, sour stomach, or if you
It becomes our duty to chronicle feel dull after eating, try Chamberlain's -
Remember the Pickert Sisters, at Fora Union Depot.. TO-DAY take Foley's Honey and
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
one of the saddest deaths that has \ < 1 '
house two nights and matinee Tar. It positively prevents pneumonia -
opera ever occurred in our city. ..Mr.J. C. e .Our City CounciUias ,il notified I or other serious results from Price 25 cents. Samples free at G.

Friday'and Saturday .nights, 25th Lanier, Commercial Agent, of, the that the state railroad commission ,l colds. It may be too late tomorrow.G. W. Price's drug store.
,*nd26th.vMnandMrs. will hold in Lake W. Price -
,, Georgia Southern & Florida-Ry. Co., ers a meeting City' druggist

: Ewe Brown, of LakePark who, with his family, buta'few weeks on Tuesday, the 29th inat., at "10 a. j t It looks as if the Prince of Wales When you need a soothing and

,Ga., are visiting in the city m., for,the purpose of hearing argu- It healing antiseptic application for
ago moved to our city from Monti- I will have to tao: the veil and getdown
guests of their Mr. and ments for and against the issuanceof any purpose, use the original DeWitt's -
parents, cello, was suddenly attacked Tuesday !: to basme.5 at last.
an order by the railroad commission Witch Hazel Salve, a well
Mrs. E. Brown. of heart
with some affection the and
I of the state of Florida to the 1 After exposure or when you feel a known cure for piles and skin dis-
; ML Klien Staten and :Miss Emma died at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. ''railroad whose lines of I cold coming on, take Foley's Honey eases. It heales sores without leav-
: companies
Grima carnival weekin Stricken dowu in the prime of life, and Tar It never fails to cure and
are spending I railway enterthe city of Lake City, !I ing a scar: Beware of .counterfeits.
the of he leaves a devoted wife: and eight will prevent pneumonia or conlUmptlon -
city their uncle
guests to construct, establish and maintain if taken time. A. R. Wise.Senator .,
Mr. Q. B. Staten. --. --- .
untimelydeath. --- -
[such a union depot'as the public Interests -
: 1 I Some one has discovered that the Pettigrew has at last
Mr. G. W. Martin of Ocala with require.The .
'J may
: fwo eldest sons, all the immediate best Boer generals are all Frenchmen. -_ made a charge that cannot be Ignored -
the Collier Book several railroads entering the
Company, spent two
tamily were at his bedside when the } As for instance Joubert, by the administratien. He
days In the city this week ID the interest city will have representative men of ,
end came. commission Cronje, Dewet, De la Rey, etc., just declares the sons of Justices Harlan
of Ills house. ability before the railroad -
The remains were interred in the as Ireland has produced nearly all and McKenna were given high
at their meeting here, and of
Baby Blanche will appear at the city cemetery Wednesday afternoon. : the great Englishmen. places in the army to influence their
them to
course we expect
opera. house Friday and Saturday Funeral services were conducted at oppose fathers in the supreme court when

nights with the Pickert Sisters. the grave by Rev. Mr. Piston of the I the building or'udon passenger I DeWitt's Little Early Risers are they go to decide the Porto Rican

Don't fail to see her. M. E. Church. depot; therefore it IdlJovesour'dti 1 dainty little pills, but they never case, which case involves the entire
I zens to organize and be of one mind i] fail to cleanse the liver remove obstructions -
Members of the immediate family -
of the administration.
Mr. M. M. Martin returned from I I on the location and the erection of and invigorate the policy
i and relatives were telegraphed the sys- .
Jacksonville last Friday en route to a large and commodious union de-
A. R. Wise.
sad intelligence and the sons of the j em.
Stops the Cough and Woks off the
his home at Mikesville, from the I pot. Our most influential citizens I to.I ,
I[ deceased, V. Lee Lanier, of Pavo, Cold. '
Grand Lodge of F. A. M. should take hold with a willingness to i Jenkins-Trammel
I Ga. and V. H. Lanier.of Monticello,
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabletscure
i Miss Wilma E. Trammell and Mr.
do and work for the union station. 1
Cox, who has been visiting and Mrs. Lanier's. sister, Miss,Hanna a cold ia one day No cure, no
i Walter S. Jenkins of Valdosta Ga.
I The Council has R. ,
,relatives in town; returned to the j| W. Hobson, of Valdosta Ga., arrived I City appointed pay. Price 25 cents.
}IF. Rogers, A. J. Mooley and p. n.I were married at, 9 o'clock Monday I II j
city last week and is the guest of her in the city Wednesday to' at-
I Parker to represent them before the morning at the residence of the I III Chloride of sodium, it is explainedfor
son, Lieut. N. U. Cox. tend the sad obsequies. I
| railroad commission. J. E. Young, bride's father at ChattahoocheeFla., 1 the benefit of the unlearned, is

The Lake City steam laundry has munity The sympathy goes out of to the the entire bereaved com- ;I F. P. Cone, R. W. Adams, J. D..Cal- II I The bride is the beautiful and I II j jj the uncommon kind of common salt.

enjoyed a good trade this week, havIng accomplished daughter of Hon. Johni
family. j laway, B. H. Palmer, Boozer &. Gil- j You Know Whit You ire Taking
to put on extra help to handle len, T. S. Chalkcr: and others should i i Trammell, superintendent of the
When take Grove's
the work as a result of the carnival Address to Forum Society. !,! have an understanding with the committee -! Florida Hospital of the Insane. Both Chill Tonic you because the formula is

.- Mrs. Sumner Baisden and Miss ; A rare treat was afforded the people of the town council and. every :; the young people .received their plainly printed on every bottle show-

.Clem Hampton, of Live Oak, are i of Lake City Saturday evening t;, man do his duty in getting a education in ton city and have a wide I ing that it is simply iron and quininein

spending the week in the city at the College Chapel Hall. Dr. W. u ion ..1Some \/\. I I circle of friends who will join the I II 50 cents.a tasteless form. No cure no pay.

guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Ham p, F. Yocum delivered a very instruc- ie ago a petition, was I CITIZEN-REPORTER in wishing the I

ton. i tive lecture to the Forum Literary signed by most of the businessmen young couple a long life. of uninter- Ex.PresidentCleveland seems to be

Lake Society. Although: the Presidenthad I of Lake City and sent to the railroad r up ted happiness. of the opinion that if the constitu-
City has faster in the
grown I just arrived from Macon, Ga., i i commissioners, setting' forth tion does follow the flag it will find
last three years than any town in the I Nikola Tesla says he thinks he hasi .
not having time Jo change his apparel i| the fact that the different' lines of itself in strange places.To .
state, was the verdict of many visit- I i i detected the planet Mars trying to
he filled his appointment, and I railroads the not
entering city did
ors from adjoining counties during I j signal the earth. Perhaps Mars
gave no evidence of the fatigue of a j furnish the necessary accommodation Cure a Col in One Day
carnival week. 1 has discovered that we haven't got
day's journey. His theme was, What I for the handling of.passengers ,; our new century on straight, and i Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab

Mrs. W. M. Grier, of Valdosta, Ga., ; a Student Needs to Study Outside of I and the ,convenience,of the public. wants to tell us about it. 1: lets. All druggists refund the money .

returned home Thursday morning i Books. He demonstrated that the The declaration setup in that peti- I I if it fails to cure. E-., W. Grove's

after; a pleasant sojourn of three I student should first learn to make I tion can easily be"established; but it STATE or Onio CITV 0T LDO, II .signature is on each box. 25c.

.'das with M re. II. M. Connell at the and to keep friends to save, money I requires a, united .effort and ta concert I I I Frank Cheney LCCA8 CoUNTY makes oatb that(*be* is the Ii IiI l If Mark: Hanna carries out his

.Taylor. House. for future usefulness as well as comfort of action to show the commis- I senior partner ot the lirm of F. J. Cheney &:
I iw. doing business in the city of Toledo. I threat to sue and manages to recover -
I Mr. W. J. Sapp has received the and last, though not least, tc I bioa the needs of thepublic in' building i county aud state aforesaid, and that said I
from all who believe and
rim will pay the sum ot Oss HUNcssD1wLLAK' i say
and bo i
mind heart
1:. appointment at this place as manager I study his own >iy a union passenger..depot. I tor each and every case of catarrh I'i that he expects personal benefit
in short, to seek to know himself. that cannot be cured byte us. of Hall's
for the Singer Sewing Machine Catarrh Cure FRANK J. CHENEY: j'i from the ship subsidy bill, he' will
Music from the lady orchestra '! Sworn to before me and subscribed in my ,
Co. :
: ,and has opened an attractive of I have a better thing than a ship sub-
graced the occasion, and M. T. Pa ilCASTORIA iresence this 6th day of December. A.l) ;
J nee! on Marion Street. ; ( I,! sidy.
tillo recited a selection that gained -I *- A. W.OI.EASOIJNotary .
,; Dr. H. For Infants and Children ::.aAL I Public.
Redan, accompanied by Mrs. him merited applause.Dr. ;.
s .* Redan left Thursday for Live Oak.Durtng Yocum paid a glowing tribute e The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears IIill acts; Catarrh dtrecilyon Cure the Is blood taken and internallyand raucous GOOD NEWS comes from those

..,.. his stay here Dr. Ilcdan to the character of Gen. R. F.. Lee I surfaces ot tf.c intern. Send for b."timoni- take Hood's Sarsap'arilla for
I 1 all, free. F. J. ('l'ESECd... Toledo,O.
; has made many warm friends who the occurence being on Lee's birt h! theSignature frkw Sold by dru ghl .T5c scrofula, dyspepsia and rheumatism.ReporuagreethatHOOD'S .

will regret his departure. day. &, (2( Hill Family i'llls are the best. I 1 CURESF.A

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;a 6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Estalbished i87J

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r. I1 HEVOLUTIONKORMAL i'! New Court House. ; :r.sT\1".tt "t.t>.T.T"t"'f"M '!;;''r: T "' .., t tMet.,. 3 T-r'3',1ll.: .
f The Oldest and Best
I Notice is hereby given pursuant to i[ I Fire! Fire! Fire! <
t r Section tiU J, Hcviscd Statutes of 1

I. S. S S. is a combination of roots South tad Central Americans Never I j Florida, that the Board of County it comes like a thief.both dar and n!!=bt and i Uals away your home or tsslae .'I
i f lad herbs of great curative powers, 'Commissioner of Columbia I You cannot alford U- run the risk Iusurann.-Vro.ecti.*. I EeKer*.,
and when taken into the circulation PleaMd with Rulers. county, I sent the very Best Insurance Coajfaiiieo and Hill take pleasure in '
,. C Florida, will, at their regular meeting I Insuring your property. Prompt adjustment and Payment
, searches out and removes all manner t of all Loses i-uarantee.1 I make no chare for writing
of poisons from the blood, without on the first Monday in March, I policy as usually cnargeU by other: agent.

:: .the least shock or harm to the system. i Mitawes riouUh sal OftM Setae j 1901, consider i the question of erecting : OJlicel105 Henasdo St., scar Baptist Chuck .

II I On the contrary, the general healU.1 $b.'IIe&ai ., So.*m_ t-a..oU court house for aid county. I T. R. HODGES.0-:;-- PHONE NO. 34.

4 begins to improve from the. 1tLoa& &NaJl f..w j Done and ordered by said board at .
'; Fj 9 for S. S.S. is not only a blood purifier, .,.......,. their regular meeting: held on the 11 KdleN Gj:>l'llW" l Z 4. H.: .j3 "' .> l; 13 _

II but an excellent tonic, and strengthens I first Monday in January 1901. .
.. and builds up the constitution Revolution ia a perennial institution R- T. BOOZER Chairman.
"j while purging the blood of impuri in Central and South America. The I
AttestM. To the Farmers of Lake
fl ties. S. S. S. cures all diseases of a southern republic that- does not have M. SCARBOROUGH, City and Vicinity

blood poison origin, Cancer, Scrofula iu uprising once a year feels that it is i Clerk of said Board. j t of
f' Rheumatism, Chronic Sores and losing something it is not always Lake City, Fla., January 8th, 1901. are using "

3 r. Rheum, Herpes and similar troubles, for a political upheaval, but only that
that she has finished her
i Ii{ and is an infallible cure and the only acme general may experience a hankering I new Cold Storage.
i,!, antidote for that most horrible disease, for the executive office, or thatome book, Mary E. Wilkins will take a

', Contagious Blood Poison. president may wish to become a i turn at marrying. MR. O. A. R/iANfJ/

I A record of nearly fifty years of dictator.In .
: successful cures is a record to be proudof. such cases the agitator gaiters a o Notice of Divorce. I i! Wishes to announce that he is increasing the capacity of the Ice Pactort;'
S. S. S. is more popular today following issues a proclamation and I and putting in Cold Storage rooms so that he will soon be ready 'l
seizes THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT to receive HAMS, SHOULDEP.s and SIDES for Cold .'t
than ever. It numbers its friends by the reins of government if he Court of Florida, in and for Columbia I Storage at reasonable rates. .',
the thousands. Our medical correspondence can. He kills aa.uiany of his enemieaas : County. dT.2m
is larger than ever in the he can, in the name of the republic, Is CHA CEBY SITTWO: j, mr m

history of the medicine. Many write and holds sway until some other fellow Sarah Murray,Compli {iTS Bill for Divorce. f!If --,'

f; to thank ni for the great good S.S. s. coots along and ousts him. Or, if un Gabe Murray,Deft ) | P. J. BECKS ---
,: has done them, while others are seek successful after a few skirmishes, flees It appearing by affidavit filed in this
cause that tbe detendant Gabe Is :
i fag advice about their cases. All the country and later is found starting not a resident of the state ot Florida. and i CONTRACTOR BUILDER
J letters receive prompt and careful a revolution in some neighboring state hat his residence is unknown and that tbere I _- *
la no person in the state. tbe service of sub-I r- .
1 attention. Our physicians have madea The revolutions are not joking matters poena.on wbom would bind the said defend : I
life-long study of Blood and Skin Diseases however for those engaged in ant Gabe Murray. It Is therefore ordered! i '-- i!
1 and berfcr understand such cases them.. They mean business while they is that hereby tile said required defendant to appear Gabe Nurray to the be blll and of j I ...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... |

than the ordinary practitioner who last and are usually attended with complainant herein ill*'** on the First Monday "\ A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES. .
in March. A. D. iBui. the came being jj
makes a specialty of no one disease scenes of butchery and the utmost tyr tbe 4th day of said month and rule day '
V We are doing great anny. They cause a great deal of fixed by order of the clerk ot the court and[I CALL ON ME BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KINO OF WORK. IDo
in default thereof a decree pro conf esso will 0 >
good to suffering trouble for the United.States government be entered against tbe said Uabe Murray a. ,
I SSS humanity through too as the upstart revolutionist I provided by law. I
Witness the Honorable John F. White. ,
our consulting department leaders usually think it is incumbent'i Judge of said Court as al-w.M. M. Scarbor- .,
,. : and invite upon them to tread upon Uncle Sam's 'lougb.Clerk and the seal ot said court at ;I 1
; to write us if have blood coat tails at of the t the cburt house in Lake City, Florida this
you you any some stage game, 17th day of December, IU 'I! .
;. or skin trouble. We make no charge saj s the Chicago Chronicle. t-' -w .. M. M. SCARBOROUGH. I SAY I

;I whatever for. this_ service. Revolutions have been so frequent in I SEAL.- 1 1t r clerk Circuit court ,:

I THE Itflft SPCCIflC CO. ATLANTA U. Central and South America in recent t '' -..

--- years that they are looked upon by this
: government as a matter of course. The
; FORTUNE II ONE OIL WELL. United States consul telegraphs the You Use

state department that a revolution has ;I

Tkt. OU Irish F.opl. IB Wt TUglBU broken out. The secretary of state, KodolDyspepsia !

Who Arc Q.tllf with a sigh of weariness, walks over to Stationery'Co

j '1,000 .oa,. the navy department and asks that a J
ship be sent to the port nearest the '
: Weston W. Va., is the center of the scene of the trouble The cary depart | Cure I 1
:: most wonderful oil field that has been mtnt complies and the senior naval fj; If\outl j-and c\cry Merchant docs- T:

opened in the United States in year officer brushes up on the instructions i Digests what you eat. 'I!i \\e can s.uc you money on dour orders. -rr
Ii' i
r : Three old) Irish people of Weston a; made and provided for such cases. He "' There i- a in ub Printing. ri:
artificially digests the food and aids
'' poor as the farm on which they lived knows just what he will have to do, Nature ia strengthening and reconstructing meat and artistically printed Stationery -1;
'., have become suddenly possessed for if he has been long the is
upon station the exhausted digestive or- an aiht-rti-L-niciH fur .1 man's bu-: ;- i

.. i through no effort ol their-own, of an he has been through w many-- -such--- .l1anL.-- -yr-. .la.#.-fri A- -btJl"t.rll"-.-..".'....."op."ittl"oct.............. "" "._- commands attention nrul slinvvs.. T '
?a V tnt'o.IDo! or f*.wv a day, MJB the insurrections.: ant and tonic. No other preparation j that the merchant is and' n
t l\iIadelphia Hrcord.Tbat He lands a few marines and then devotes can approach it ia efficiency. It: instantly to-date progressive tip-
income cf$1,000 a day is all from the rest of his time to seeing tot relieves and permanently cures j as a business man.
.1 i one oil well. There are three other that the belligerents do not ransack Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, I I On the other hand, "botch" printing

,1 1 wells nearing completion within a few the American legations and consulates Flatulence Sour Stomach, Nausea is a great deal worse than no printing

-a I hundred jards of thia one, each of and seize American merchant vessels Sick Headache,6astralgiaCrampsand at all. _<,

which is sure to pour out a* mudlJIlont'1. in their search for fleeing officials. all other results of imperfect digestion. A blurred smeared is
And the Price Me.sod fL Large else contain: tK: time up job a reflection ':
end U not yet. The Th weaker parties often make a break aatallaLe.Book alUbout dyspepsia IB idled fret on a man's business, and in this '1
land is so unproductive of vegetation for protection under the fold of the Prtpartd fey E. C OtWlTTa.C ICalio.I of
that only American age good workmen, firs-tclass muchin- 'j
very poor people would own flag when affairs become I
{", + it. so the Copley heirs, being poor, have critical, and it requires a great deal of ery and artistic type there is no reason '

a big acreage, room enough for 200 watchfulness to prevent the pursuers i! why merchants should not get the best. :
; more wells to be sunk. from violating the right of i

;. No one knows in what direction that They are not always successful asylum. in I r ;kl

lake of oil, away down 2,200 feet below this, for the victorious generals have away Three Papers a f IW6

the surface extends. Such pools are of of shooting their victims first and Can Do The work

varying few hundred size and shape; sometime onlya i FOR ABOUT THE i ,
yards wide and miles
in length; sometimes circular and then discovering afterward that they | PRICE OF ONE. : !i
have infringed the rights of neutrality. We have had
miles in diameter. There ia but I years experience in the
; Profuse and | This and the Atlanta
apologies a salute to the paper t business and
way of finding out-to drill holes down Twice I think we know what good
.tmericanlag and oJ Week
damages follow. / Journal for "
below that lead. work is and
just how to execute it. Our .
Dm .that does not help the dead ;
: .
Today the Copley well is tae office is well
only It has equipped with and .
long a study with J one tapping the pool. Everybody wants i 1 I artistic ;;
t of this government what it u. in the Iii type and firstcla presses and
to risk his ,
in -J
money an effort to l
i jet make-up of the Central and South v\e are prepared to turn the .
i out
a hole into the Here the itry
pool. To that end thousands you get news of F
which : best
peoples renders class
r 0 .V of people are buying be gtsg them I the world and all your local printing with neatness jn I
susceptible to the charms of the rev dispatch.We .
bulldozing and badgering farmer for olutionist. Of course, most of the I news while it is fresh paying F 1
wiles around the big gusher fur the governments little are not unknown to the of
i II I are bad enough, but there are very more than one F people
privilege of sinking well. Lake City; we have served them
few instances where taking paper costs. Either is well
arms paper
!J i all The this Copley well, which has wrought has bettered condition among up these .". well worth $1.00 but by 8pe- I in the past and are now better prepared

change to Lewis county, cain rot fiery little republics. It to be'' : cial I titan ever to give them value received '-
HI from the Gordon oil sand at a seems i arrangement we are en- .1 I _..
,f of 2,300! feet on September 24. It depth was from a natural inborn desire to fight I Ian.crto abled to put in both of thorn, I for their money in the future."Pc 'J
: and make trouble. As soon as the giving three week F solicit a share of the patronage of the
unexpected like a shot from a ten papers a s ,
L inch gun, blew away the oil saver and killing is over they dwell togetheragain I it for this low price. You cannot : public and guarantee to turn out the .
casing head and sent a solid stream of love until the opposing next revolt sides, in brotherly equal this anywhere else, | !j i best printing and in the most artistic "f;
a t oil six inches in diameter clear the comes along and this and up-to-date
/ over and likely aa not the combination is the f styles.
I .,! tap of the 80-foot derrick nearly drown contending parties III best premium for those
then who
ing the workmen. .. swap positions and fightagainst f I III
I It flow the men. they fought for bej j i want a great paper and a I
continually, blot like
i' geysers 21 to put, has forth certain its hours greatest out of force.every fore.The tendency to such disturbances !'I-, you home will paper.keep Take up these with and thee *| ;'n .frifi6S th6.

I : were When the oil came 200 250-barrel tanks seems Latin-American to be inherent the This blood is of probably th 1 I times.Besides f I LOW6St I

i put up. They were filled in a lit in due general news, the 1Twicc.aWeek '
tle more than an hour. part to their excitable Journal has f ,
perament. But men who have il
dams were built in Sand much
Fork agricultural matter
the question are inclined | Letter Bill
creek bed, which thanks to drought. to think i and other articles of and Note Heads
still special
a larger degree t I
was dry the lower dam attributable to !
.. two
the well. These hold from tLeir race history and tradition. Their interest to farmers. It has f i Statements Envelops
a of
pond oil two I
miles long governments are often republics in regular contributions by Sam *
averaging 60 feet
six feet deep. A two-inch pipe line and has name only: Jonea, Mrs. W. II. Felton, I j' Tags Cards

Wen carrying away 60 barrels an hour One difficulty with the South Amer John Temple Graves, Hon. f ,

all this time. A four-inch and a six- ican taken peoples is that they have under. C. H. Jordan and other distinguished Programs Posters J
inch line have been to erect republics upon the civil a writers. .
completed. Besides
what the pipe line has carried off-, law of imperial Rome and upon monarchical Call at this office and leave t* Visiting and Business.Cards
j and what is in the dam the well ha traditions. They have framed j j subscriptions for both papers. You C !

c produced enough to fill 68 250-bamI superstructures ten in the shape of writ t.l can get a sample copy of either pa- Ball Programs
f tanks one 1,200-barrei tank and one constitutions, modeled, in many instances I per here on application. {
()()..barrd after the constitution of the
well was struck.tank, all erected slaw the United States but their political edi-'i r..NhThh...F...FN.iubh.s Wedding Invitations, 1

s flees have failed to withstand the stress

..kl.j Dal.. of time because their foundations have j Pamphlets, Tie Checks

Master of the Hound*-At; nine been faulty. I Punch-out

o'clock the|hunt will b gia-do you The list of revolutions might be ex Tickets, Etc. Etc.
carry a watchulitan"No! tended almost indefinitely. The his

.\ sir. r tory of South America consists of littleel

i "Well, it doesn't matter. At 9:30 e. They are all of the same general I .

I the factory whistle in the village will character. A so-called prcsiient at look={Qork

blow and half an hour before: that talus power, perhaps by meansWbf, a | TH a a Specialty )
let moTe or less farcical election.
you may the dogs ou -Fliegende He rules I ONORRHOEA:
; his
Ulaetter. country aa veritable monarch
\ un- GLEET ; ;
... to military r. \
some rival I '
can gather about Prompt Attention
YerF ro..._... him enough disaffected soldiers to warrant CURE ,f' Given :

Oussie-Just aftah I ct&hted out it him in attempting to seize the SAFE SURE I to !flail Orders.i .

began waining and I had to turn back. chief executive office. Then comes the I _CURE YOURSELF_ !

tMiut, KofttiqiM-How fortunate that revolution. Sometimes it successful(, !' i a..r 11,00.7-c.ww.a'_ I 0 l

I there was some one there to WU you! sometimes it is not. but it nukes little i I .s _--ra C.....t+ I The ;
"To tell me what," difference to the people of the country \ I Reporter Job Office

\ "That it was raining.1. w ho are not in the immediate following I -- I,
llecord. of out rival or the other.
Ja For sale by George W. Trice I


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i. Established 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 7f

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GENERAL DIRECTORY. ._tr.F. !.?*r, .t,,r22 2<.2a2" a2aF2 Ir s o ti. .
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CHURCHES. plant System. ill ''i'III

tor. Preaching every Sunday at 11 The Great Through Car Line From FiVida. ,

a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school Ilili ONYOLF.' HEAD j r .

at 9:30 a. m. Epworth League 4:00: CONNECTIONS: : -- ......
f p. m. every Sunday. Prayer meeting To The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond andWashington. ii' -r I
; Wednesday evening at 7:45. East l '
The .
"" The Southern Uail'ay'ia.. Savannah, Columbia ami 1)1 y, fiNDII/i =--_-- !
4. ADVENT-Services every Sunday 11 Via All Rail j Washington. m KICK == '111

a. m..and 8 p. m. Sunday school 10 III
:!. a. m. Prayer meeting Tuesday I -J 15III \
The Southern via Atlanta
Railway Jessup, Chattanooga III
ii evenings 8 o clock. To The Louisville & Nashville ua Montgomery.The 01 T the poor Printing you have been ill

R'oEPlSOOP.ur.ev. Curtis Grubb rect- The West} Southern K'y via Savannah, Columbia and Ashulle. III'.. III/,/ "" using when You: can get the Beat.
The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery. II .1 just as easily as poor. Our prices are :
Ii" or. Preaching 2nd, 3rd and 4th I S reasonably consistent with up-to-date I
I'I'I I'i
Sundays in each month at 11 a. m. I ) tirst-class work. We
fr and ,:-&) p. m. Sunday school at To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New II jO Avoid further trouble and are prompt.
: East annoyance
I York, and Habton. Ii
p.; 11:30: a. m.puESuhTERIAVRev. The } by sending us a Trial Order. I
j Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation Ii I
Via S teami>hlp. for
J. C. Timms, Company Baltimore. !! Ilis

pastor. Preaching every Sundayat ToWEY WEST) THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE. II i

11 a. ui. and 8 p. m. Sunday and } Via Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. 111! H. L. DODO. PROPRIETOR. lit !

", School 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting HAVANA.ToNovaScotia. J 11! li I !

every Tuesday afternoon at 1 T n?IS .!.t'e23 2d1s!. .-Jf T.r-.JiM 2L7 Z!..t.G.J..t$ ''iI t
c o'clock. L -- -J
.. .. Cape Breton, Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship T I'1 $13i.lll1'31
t-( D.\PTIST-Rev. M. M. Wambolt, pas & Prince, EdLine for Halifax, Hawkesberry and Charlottestown.wards ---
tor. Preaching 1st. 3d and 4th Sundays Island. J

f in each month. Sunday schoolr Winter Tourists Tickets will been sale throughout the Northern. Eastern. Pianos A. B. CAMPBELL,
9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursday Western and Southern Slates to all Florida Kesort-s via 1'Unt System, during the Htxvjn .
lauMUul limited to return until May list, with liberal stop-over privileges in Honda. JACKSONVILLE. PLA.
:;. evenings at 7:45. Ladies Ilelp- Addresses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally "
f' ing Band meet every Monday evening supplied with j information and handsome advertising matter. O "OLD RELIABLE.
, rgans.
at 3 o'clock.
For Information as to Rates, Sleeping Car Reservations etc.,call on or write to Established In 1878.
r. M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent.
j. CITY OFFICIALS. 1J8: W. Day Str., Aster Block Jacksonville. I Kimball Hinze.
W. B. DE.MIAII. Gen'l Superintendent. B. W. W BENS. Pass. Traffic Mgr, Whitney ,
"' F. P. Cone Savannah. Ga. Savannah Ga. ....
. -- --- i f\Il kinds of Small Instruments and Trimming. Easy Terms. Low Prices.
ASSESSOR.-W.{. Phillips.s. I Send for Free Catalogues and full information.

:;. COLLECTOR.-11'. J. Edwards : _
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f M."RSH.U.W. T. Strange. -- --- -
ALDERMEN.-/. E. Henry, president; I .
0 Florida and West India Short Line. Vestibuled Limited I DIRECT LINE..
S. L. Kerry, M. 1. Plympton, O. I:.

Parker, J. E. Inman, J. E. Young, Trains. Double Daily Service ....QoICKTIM.. \!

t 1!. F. Rogers. SOUTHERN
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NOUTH& fcA.ST. *.iLci j I 7 iSOTTHERX DICISIO 27 31
Lv Jacksonville._.......!10 00 Iaj7 i: |i' 4SS< P Lv Jack,,) ille.__. d"_" ......-- 640a 7 4Up I
.. fArb'rraaudinaIt30a.9IL faop I lArlUldwin........ ...... .. ._.. 10 14 al! lI:5p I I BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
'. COUNTY JUDGE W. '1. Irct. 1 At Everett...-..-...... 1: *)}'' 9 gip------- .-. Waldo._________.___. ...... 11 3,'.a 10lip
f SHERIFF IP. M. Hancock. Savannah _....m....! I aUuliaip' ,,__-._._ Gaille yllle..1 i ._.. .'U ISp; 'I NEW YORK,
'I Ar Fairfax. L.........___ S3s p :SOta .___' "Cedar Key...........-.,.......' 835p|, ...... .
[ t'LEUK-M. M. Scarborough.ITuEASCRER Ar Denmark _.m.__._ .4 I5p 1! :i.Ma!.___ .. i! Sliver 17 pj{ ..- CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE;, i
' --- -J. L. Turner. I Ar Columbia............. 5 Sip!; 4 38 a m' >. -Ocala.spring-----------------I 1 41 p,is M a
h ASSESSOR-A. 11. Jlrown. j Ar Camden-----------------I- 35 p'' 6 41 a.. .... -.. Willl\\'ood..muo..I.I ......:i ; :U |>: L Ala ATLANTA [
Ar 37 p 10 12 a ....... .. Lcenburg___.__.....n_i-----1 S 10 pi| 4 so a ,
COLLECTOR-C. Jones. I Ar Haleigh...---__....-- ,U stall ;,U a ....... | Tavares.---------- ..u_..' < ">Si >i! 5 :*!a MEMPHIS
SPPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION-//. L. Ar 1.0rt..mouth..uo.' 7 twai( a aup ---------Orlando--------------- i .u..j! suup' Haia ,
AvanL I Ar 5 W a 5 Jap...---. Winter Park ....u 547p .. | CHATTANOOGA i
R. Ar N'a.hingtun--I 845a 930p: ...... I Dade City............. 'u... .1] :J Kp! 4 lag i I ,
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS- T. Boozer j Ar Ualtimore_...._.......lousa,II 33 p'' u.u. Plant city-------------------' 444p EdJa Ii i RAIUVAYAnd LOUIS KANSAS CITY
chairman; Frank Smith, Geo. i Ar Yhiladrlphia--- 30 pi S56a uo... I Tampa................' 00". .1!laSUp 63Ua ,
:- \ Ar New York-- ... ...- 1113 1113 i --- ---- I ;
. A. Smithtttii, T. W. Uetzen and A. .. :. p ill_ :: all Points East and Watt
: :. : F. Humph. i Lv coiumiuT.."...... ....,rTT.TTsTnTaC.T I *('onneetion made :at Fernan ,
1 BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION T. Ar Ashevifle--__.___ "' i 37 p ..... with 'umberland Route a'i ,
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Henry, chairman; S. L. Berry and t Ar Ar Cblcago( clnnaU___._m._.....-r: ::.:.I, :SP|.uu.-::.. leaving Fernandina 1:3J p. m. daily : GNO OTHER LINE AFFORDS .
J. i. II'ise.COURT. i I
i 'Tnl\.O' 3.1. except Sundayarriving Brunswick I SERVICE LIKE THIS. f.1'HE f.
__ 5 p. m.
CALENPAR. | i Lv Jacbon\ille.n.un_.. _n_
i 730p930ii|
I Lake-City..''....''.._......-.- 9 Up'll' 30 a NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, '
lave Oak...______........... 11100 pl. IU p tLeave Fernandina for Jacksonville
Judicial of Florida- .
Third Circuit | Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C. ]J.
1 Madi>?n-----------_ 10 M 1 iJ I 7:40 a. m. and :.:-10 m.
Judge: John F. White, Live Oak, :! Monticello__._..._....__....._;,ii tU pI 3 lip p p. ,
Fla. I I IState's 1.boma.a\'llIe..n..un.: 1 wa .__._ THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL ,
00 I t.
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"Montgomery ---.1| 8 Wa ... ArnvasatJacksoI1nlle from north .
Attorney, L. E. Robinson, ......... ...... u
F Jasper, Fla. S: Louis ._..j.) 7 luua 44a .. -. & east, No. 27 at lt:10 a. m.': No 31 at Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. I

T. : :::1allaba.a.'ot'cuo.Quincy... .:..:.........:.:.. ....... 3:11p.3lpl 3jl1 p. m. From the west, fo. 2,7:25 I THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED
SPRING TERM. I i River junction.-... 00""-__,-.-.....- ;, P u. m.. No, 4, v;;;0 a. m. From t h'h '
Jasper, Hamilton county, 4th Tues ::l.n.acol.u..u..I.:! ........ u 3lla aip ', No 44, at 9:30 a. m., No. Mi, at 3:') I Via Jesup. t
day in January. I .' New I :_ I 7 40 a.t !>. m. \
Live Oak, Suwanee county, 2nd Tuesday --- -- --- -,-- THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,

in May. Np 44, solid vcotibuleil train between Jacksonville and New York, in- via Jesup. i
Lake City, Columbia 4th
cluding mail baggage and express cars, day coaches dining cars and !
Tuesday in May. ; through Pullman sleepers between Tampa and New York, Atlanta and Through Vestlbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room 7

Mayo day,in Lafayette June. county, 2nd Tues- Naohville. Nos. 31 and 44 carry Pullman buffet bleeping cars between Jacksonville Sleeping Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Car. Ii

i and Tampa. .

> : Perry in April.Madison, Taylor. county,. Is Tuesday No. tMJ, solid vestilmled train,.consisting of day coaches, mail, baggageand Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Qodaaatf. 0.,

Madison county, 2nd Tues- I express cars between Jacksonville and Washington and Pullman via Asheville N.C., and Knoxville, through "THE LAND OF TUB 8KY."
sleeper between Jacksonville and New York.
f r- .day in April..PALL Ko:!. 3 and 4. Pullman buffet sleeper Jacksonville and.St. Louis via I
f TERM. : Monticello, Thomasville and Montgomery. Through Trains via Southern Railway are BOW Operated

Jasper, Hamilton county, 4th Tues- j Steamers for Key West and Havana-No. :!; makes connection at Port la Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.SUMMER I
day in August. I j I Tampa with steamers leaving Jonda\. Thursdays and Saturdays.
Live Oak,Suwanee county, 2nd Tues-1 Nos. 2 and 1, steeper between N 'w Orleans and Jacksonville. EXCURSION TICKETS it Very Lei Ritis ea Sill Jail 1U Sept 30,19001'
day in November. 1 E. ST. JOHN. V.E.\PHKE, B. S. ALLEN

Lake City, Columbia county, 4th !j 1st V.-P. & li. M. (:en'18:1p't. Gen. l'.l Agent.. Fei rate,Mbedulei sad Information,Mil on or address I
Tuesday in November. I Portsmouth, Va. W. T. COSBY. T. P. Ju, I.
Mayo, Lafayette county, 2nd Tuesday i A. O. : MACDONELL Assistant (;en. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Flan Si) West Hay street Jaclaoavlll.: ,7U. '.

in December. ; I. X. CTTLP. W. A. TURK 8. H. BARD WICB,

Perry, Taylor county, 1st Tuesday i : Trtfflo Manager Gen. Ptsa.Agt.. iMt GeL rut.Ait I
October Wellington.D.C. WuMBgton.D.C. Iu&a,0..
Madison, Madison county, 2nd Tues I
day in October.BALKE'S. -

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Subject to change without public notice.

3 I :: 4
hale (ji'irk 5'TA7: IONS. /luiek. I J'ixie AITERS .
I'Iyer S't'I' :try; t'her
: 1I.t. rm l 11 :.".is u1 Lv.. ... ..-Muun.'r 4 Lip tit 4 lua titl
16 II Itt 1': 5i I' III ... .-- Ulla.lill"I' III :! 5. U III
13i in 12Uptit ... ...-.. \'h'IIII. .. .......... ... :!; I' ... 2slaui MEN'S \ of all that is Correct in
1 :.t; 1111I J-1-101'11I .\ ...... . : ... .......... .... .. .l.v. 1' III 21;) a III
i )1)'lu III 21'1'1'1 Iv-r 211.11'11I 2151& III Fine Stylish Dressing for
f 2 :Il; a III 25'11'11I .. ... ......( 1 :;01'11I 13.)1111I
I a hl a u1 301.11I. .\r. .. .. ...Tiftuit... ...... .... ....l.v 18 E.i p nt I WI1I1I HATS LADIES GIRLS MEN BOYS
3111111 ./ .iI' p an Lv.'t ittuu. .... ........1t lY 3::' p w 1, via w ,
:1-11,11111 4 0.1'111 ... . .. i 1'lIk' .... .... ... ....1211, 1' III lt1I111 SUITS and CHILDREN.
1 135711 ..1111'11I . . tleaitpiue ...... .... .....Ii 51 1111I 1211:1 IIIf ,
c"t. i f 4liia ul '') Hip: tit lIItll' UJ I'1II OVERCOATS The
"t.i 1 TIRO!1e7u MAR I i j .10:111I :, liil'lII l.v-----\ al.o'.td: .............Ar'II lug III 11:1.)1'11I Largest Stock and
it, : :>> 31a III 6hil'lII .. ..... .1:1'llP.r..... .. ...... .. .. JOWu tin IU31p III UNDERWEAR
# {i II 11111 III Ii :\tll' 101 ... ..\\llihI'rill .;... :;:! a III JO 0E8: P titt Variety.
> lu tit iOII'1II: hr... ..... Late 1'ttv....... .; :\ III 0..01' IIII and
; ,I, U41ain 7'2rpin Lv.. ...,'I..I.e-.j\! .... .. *) a III. 9J'lpiu, BEST QUALITIES
7 :1(111 III 14 ::.) I' III .. allll''o l.ii elly: .-.9. : 11l III R ffi l' tliS FURNISHINGS.LADIES' ,
IN II III /I 7 I' I': .... .. .lIallll'toll.. .. :t7 II III 7 52 p titII and
1:1; III I' 4r; I' wr.. . ... .1'alat":1 .. ... 25 II III E1 40 I' w -- always
(:AIXIs.lLLI-:. ),'1.I.j5ulII .\. the

.... . .' Tailor-Made SUITS, SKIRTS,
( 7 ap w I :ile 5U a ul ft 'U p m
K Wa III K 3.)1'11I 11.\ .... .. Nninp'on. l\.Ar\S\ .j01l1ll I 7 5.ip: III Waists, Underskirts, Underwear I O
i:I 14 5.i: II III II :)111' III I.\r._. .. ._. ._(taiur__ -, 1! II III 7 (li III Hosiery, Jackets
WHISKEY Fine Neckwear aid
I --- Capes,
xouni Lut'Nli !'CIIIWtrus. Fariishiags.

Via M.IPOII. C of G II.X t' .r St 1.1:., III ('..nt It U and connertions.

; SOFTENED BY ACE. :.11)1.,111I U""I> l1I Lv .. ... hike (.il)........ ..Ar 6 :"'11t m 11 ) I'- Boys' and Children's Supples,
,. r./ '' -I la I' III 4 III II II: .\r... . .... \laiviu... ... ..... .r.\ II ai I' III ll :U a III
;:'... Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition. 7J.jI'1II 'i511111 Al.. . ......Atlauta .. ... ......Lv 8 :iJ p tit 7lIlulIII SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS,
.,I Ii III I 1.11' w Ar.-.1'baitarnxna..l.v 25,') I' III 3 Iii II IIII UNDERWEAR
\ 4 111 11&I 5.i I' III \r. .. ....!\:+h\'lllt........... ... 1.\' II 10 p III 9 :i U I' III andJURNISHINGS.
... la the best and purest _4i 211'l w 7 1.Ii.. a .\r.-t; IAllli'l .... 1.g.jI I' lit 8 16" mIlip C 0 n SklHMRU Kith trlvilege cl cuniniiij befgr s
: II t 0')1, III ,.lr..h"iut inatli----------- u n1A yea. MAIL ORDER.'wel special care.
Rye Whiskey sold 1.1' III I /I lets at '.\r. .. . .. ...1'heagn. . ... ..I.TflloPIICW. "
in the South. !i \\'hrrl'lIo tune is<.)iou-n using il.i not 'lop.TraiiiNiw. I I ,
3aiuI4 the "lriaie ..1\I.'r" have :1inui;;li f. R. F. :!1' and Jark.ouvitlr. \iaVaMo-a.. and tliroiiKli parlor slrc]>iiii; car aiil coach br- !' \
,', BALKE & CO., Proprietors ,I hveenlu uu ami 1'jl.itk.i. <>{H-II l lug the ro"'I.lioll..r |M"M'a;;
i'?: CINCINNATI, V. S. A. ':, UJ50 tH.t'nhit'lnnI p ul. uud tintlinu jvmaiiis! in. Vatiiii ethos iV|"it on rt-tu.-n until 7v0; a m. and rail be B. H. Levy & Bro.

; 111.4 tOGa 811I11""" AGCItIUUoJ dL.uhi-.. Vice President Agent take City, tla.
1(1. I'. Knout.*, lliuuy lirk>a.
I (; 'u'l l'a-9 A;;out, >, ,foii.J4. K I1 A Jackson, Fla.



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tr.. : t. 8 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Estall ed

t r UW The? L. & N. R. R. .A LA.AA A .AL

Runs through cars to Pensacola,

Mobile and New Orleans, to Birmingham QUARTER-century old

r Nashville and St. Louis, to EpCON 1 t I OF }j remedy for coughs and Watch This Spaceii.

Louisville, Cincinnati and Evansville r/ colds that's as good today

.,' and to Chicago without leaving / as it ever was, and i

train. For rates, schedules and x always has been the best. Twenty-
'J :I sleeping-car reservations write to or five years of guaranteeing Foley

cation _- j y i / / Honey and Tare because it was a 3

\ R r / its reward 1
" B. H. HOPKINS, Fia. Pass. Agt. / sure rcmedy.hasbrought I 3
in sales and friends. f
I'i large many
West Street,
Day 0
> -t It's still the l-to-
pSNC same guarantee
I, : Jacksonville, Fla. '
j > cure-or-money-back remedy.
., C. L. STONE, G. I' A., .
I i It will cure all coughs and colds,
Louisville, .Ky. s 't1L, o+ croup and whcioping cough, la
--- vs t and bronchitis. It will
LQ. grippe
I l
:; J. Oil)ters, of Frostburff, )[J., FO co set. relieve asthma and consumption, rI I $ '
l'fi writes: I had a very bad attack of I i I 1 GNtf = even the worst cases, and will pre
; kidney complaint and tried Foley's --- vent pneumonia. It's guaranteed. .
t Kidney Cure, which gave me immediate I i
relief. I was perfectly cured
For cuts, bruises or :sores Il
11 after taking two bottles." Take no tt
substitute. G. AV. Price 1 BANNER SALVE is best.
1 I .,.' !: druggist. : j -
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,. : Notice I Sold by Geo. W. Price. I, .

!-i: Is hereby given that (30) thirty days from I 1Qv I .
'I' thtsdatelwiit on bebalt. ot the utateof /
!: Florida. Issue tax deed to f. M. Douglass: tor A I"

:1'1 i the. The following SE K ot described NK t and lands.N 14 ot to-wit SE H of: Section FireS tonn i Tornado and Cyclone In UranG6. I 1 -
l :3:!. Tp4S. It lx East.L ) acres; andS W !
; M of NW << and NW It of SW qr and E W ot -
JI S W Qr Section 33 Tp 4 S. R 18 Eat 160 acres BEST AMERICAN AND FOREIGN INSURANCE I "
If embraced in certificates Not :S6 and 377.
;'I. t'i-I I'; Fitness my hadd and seal. Dec. 21st, A. D. COMPANIES REPRESENTED*"' I _

> 'I : ta. M. SCABBOBOBGH. Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business.
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I I-I Clerk Circuit Courtt
\ I i' : Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. JAS. E. YOUINGDry
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'. : Chalker & Small
'I'I t' Agts.
'.: \V A Y, I I ; Goods, Hardware; Furniture.

c---.. ""ii.:f1: I. I I BROKER i I T Y
"!, i -j i IX URArl.EGEXT iI A U i
H Lake City. Fla. l- o ;
1: I I
A I ] H$2

l i;!'i! A Bona-Fide Salary. I I )

: i' : : $12VeeLly.. I ftQB

,1:' ./t. Hen aad women to appoint a ent..tb.r..1 Teachers and Prospective Teachers
represent us. some to travel
.t) I fur local work fir weekly salary and I I :
+' ripeuse'.. Old established Uouso.permanent INt"allUlt will Und Review Classes at the Lake. hail ders
positions, tapid I
I City College.
I .a.lvlill ,uient and increase ot wages.Vriteatooc .
'' I \ *. Address.HCTLKU ,
i,' (17 UepLK. N'ewUAVKN. CONN.Ai I ; .r
; except railroad ian-. for one term. i
1 I 1 Send tur circulars to :

i \ Jewelry: ,t !I! W. F. YOCUM, Lake Cit'J. Fla. I! f Kfl

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I : tbcall..d jewelry, from a :i-
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Mick lie a staple}>in. article Jewelry bas dress.come You to i; OOOOC>OCOOOo000C>00000000 4)lKIil JjJOO-"J J': .'1 w ill buy more"or less of it; see '
:j I I'I,t I i that you I'dbat you pay tor O THE GRIPPING BROS. CO.'S i.
when you buy. You can be sure .
!,', I ot this it you rill buy ot \' g 1-IEAT: O PlA' T FRUIT Descriptive ant illustrated Catabgn'TeJla
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ij1 I I O The thermometer will l KH>R be climbing to tbe !Summer : :i FIT What to Plant and How to Grow and Mif- I,
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City Fla.
I i heat mark. You will "m be winning you could r OR
', I i: who bas a full assortment of the .I O contrive Yoocan.:u get along without that awtully not range. O Money Making Fruits of the SovtJII -. j'
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I effect is tiH'nIlh each artUlot O : 1* Low Prices, ntji Trees. R"cs and everything far the I
i these goods purchased at their O grove orchard or garden. Address t'
JI atom.I { Blue Flame makes an ideal beat for cookina quick.
i I I O convenient and economical. We have store yon want O CATALOGUE? FREE... Ti8G5liagBros.Co! !
ii I W. F. MAIN CO. O All It costs but little and is a great labor saving device. ., |!
a' Eastern site* with without coo) jng utensil O
Factory cor. Friendship and I
Kddy Mrs HT4iIdence, It I. Western |I ', J Nurseries and Test Grounds it_- i ..11Jj POMONA NURSERIES,
v Factory Urgest Jewelry Factory in ,' O Maeclenny Fla. Jacksonville, Flak 'I

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DR. E. RIVIERE : Try You OO : ,
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LAKE l'IT11 a I Afford


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I I.: ROBERSON & S/VIA L. ; I iYou'll

:.n kl ATTOR.'EI'"S1 T L.-1 U: husbands make theo

Will rio general practice in State and Have Better Meals, and the Cook a Better Temper. A best husbands, and ,
I I Federal>ttrlot. I'ollections and conveyancling. theif food best
L i taut. Block dutw-lrr. < ware and Tin-ware lath.- ells Jutwhat x be
you want <*> prepared on the
prices the lowesJ ;
&onsiderinj; Duality ot Rood.v y'
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; N !1 i.:. T. HODCES | Tin-Rooiino and Guy eying a SDcciaity. fM NewEsnterprise

t! Attorney at Ln\v and ;Solietor -
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Special attention given to Commercial cullections ;" f
I i and execution ot Lk-eds. g MM >S
\ I i Mi>rtgage. and all other U- allapers. I II
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f.;!,; :iif, I T.;7-. B, OLIIZER.c Labor Saving Reading for For twenty years the premier stove of the South,

r j; ; LAKE ATTORNY-AT-LAW.CITr, FLA.ICOMSIKKCIAL made from Southern material by Southern work-
t F r" men, and. giving: ideal "
t satisfaction in
COLIJXTIOXSA ever 200,000

,- !.A gPlA'tlLTY.*: Marlon street up stairs over Mrs. Busy Men and Women in I I'SJ.OO other homes. Retains heat and bakes better than any ;
: ,T. A. t'erry'sbuitding. formerly occupied by Sold under guarantee. If your dealer I : JtCallaway.Prattlce In all State can not show you the New
C..UI"l..I.rompl attea- Enterprise write for
f ;iti>n to all liutineh. a year THE :!
: and LK'
I c-di OUTLOOK either of
edi awn and acknowledgements taken.MASTER A cut a day r snmbtrs our seventeen department Catalogs, and

'i ( IN CHANCERY FOR y t a r prices, showing everything used in the kitchen
j (janl:9ti) COLUMBIA COHHTY. ,
A Weekly Newspaper and an Illustrated Magazine in one. Tells tie dining room, laundry, or dairy. A little postage
I. Irs. of wotld-nappcnings every week in kief clear-cut paragraph Lyman Abbott stamp will save you many dollars. a

j SWACKARDMERCHANT is tie Eitor-in- hief. aJ Hamilton W. Mabte tie Associate Editor.


j" ] {=Thelinest line of Tailoring G.mjs ever .The author of How the Other Half lives"will CONNOR PHILLIPS BUTTORFF
i r shown U loA-u' Every I'atiein: is correct give in TNI OUTLOOK an iutnscly human and vivid Under this pseudonym were written two of the _
t1 b : tif.iunillbave' flu llllcullv in nuking a account of his experiences as a child la Demnatk, most striking of recent novels Black Ruck"aDd v MFG. CO.AUWMCTulltlM.
; *fUtii IKnint srnd an "The Sky IhbtAnew novel ,
immigrant of
yo'lrnriUrsawav America Canadian
a workaun and ii
a traveller. Orj i
t > jt-f w-.tit w tor a hair ol Panty -but a reporter, and finally a student of tenement house western lie by this author w iU appear in THE p Stoves
1 I icall and sec my line of loud make your problems,and on efficient al to Theodore Roosevelt UUTIOOK during the year. In spin,humor pathos ( j ,,Tilar.,lUste'i
w. it $election and hav..luod.. made up same w reorganizing the New York pul. e. Mr. Bus its and strong,har. ler"'a"ln&u is even superior to i tad Grates. j;
f$1 I day. ivrtect fit Guaranteed.Glathes writes with predecessors.SPECIAL
iimplmty humor
and vigor. c: j rOpAytM. .... .
Dued Cleaned and f ...HITll M4UM !.
r rollrpe Rocs Suits Pressed L V MAN ABBOTT To introduce THE! r.' CWaa,Crockery,Glassware Toys t
cleaned OUTLOOK '
Ii II and Hri-sirfd. 75 cents each.Saiisfactonj wiU cODlibute a series of important OFFER to new readers Art aid Holiday Goods.
meolol pukttcd papers On flilW- we will send it for
principles i
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Work Guaranteed.! ceaturyprobleins-lt will be called"THE twentieth RIGHTS two months' trial for 25 cents WSHY1LLE.TEKJL.r
II II N Of MAII, and will l define provided ;
M4KIONST. PUO.NE X. KLuUe iodustrul. .l., this
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