The Citizen=reporter

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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
February 1, 1901


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Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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.
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Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
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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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CDWJMBIi THE LAKE COUNT'S CITY REPORTEB CITIZEN,, EsUb.Esttb. 18741 1888 f ing.Consolidated 24,1900 LAKE CITY, FLA., FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1 1. 1901. Vol. XXVII No. 12

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- SESSION OF RAILROAD COrtMIS- !! mayor and representatives of the ,! THE STATE FAIR. I Agricultural Society is to organize I TO PROTECT SCHOOL PROPERTY.

SION. city council that the accommodations II I Florida farmers into a mutual cooperative -

offered here were by no means I Editor Times-Union and Citizen: society for self-defense and I At U meeting of the State Boardof
The Railroad Commission of Flor- adequate. They said it had been all it is unnecessary to say we are protection from all wrongs and in- : Education, of which the Governor

ida met+ Tuesday, as appointed, at along the intention of the railroads I now living in an age of co-operation justice, for exchange of ideas, for is president, and the State Superin-

the court house in this city to hear II I to provide better accommodations at o. and combination for mutual benefit, education, and to secure equitable tendent is secretary, held January15th

arguments from citizens and the I their several depot They. ex- that competition has reached such a. treatment for the farmers at the A. D. 1901, all members being

representatives of the different rail- pressed the desire to investigate the stage that the ordinary individual is lands of organized society-trade, present, the following was unanimously -

roads relative to the construction ofa matter thoroughly: so that they at a disadvantage when operating factory, commerce or transport. adopted:

union passenger depot. could arrive at a just conclusion.The alone. To place the farmer in the posi- I "Ordered 5th-That the secretary
Commissioners H. E. Day and J. L. matter of location and cost All industries that have made any tion he should occupy as a potent request all state attorneys and sher-

Morgan were present Judge Day was then considered. It was the marked progress during the last factor in all progressive movement iffs of the state to report to the
State Board of Education the status
acting as chairman.The opinion of counsel for railroads that three decades have been the resultof to demand and enforce his just dueson of all cases of trespass upon school,
railroads were represented as the location asked for by petitioners organization and combination of all occasions.To and seminary lands in the several

follows: Jas. Menzies, Gen. Fr't. just north of the S. A. L. depoton forces, capital, labor and skill. place the farmer on that high counties of the state; also, that: the

Act., S. F. & W.; W. B. Denham Marion street, was not plausable, Along all lines, excepting few, the social and political plane that his secretary! to the call laws the attention their of sheriffs d'.1tie -
prescribing -
Gen Supt S. F. & W. John ''E. Hart- as the great burden of the cost wouldbe co-operative system has replaced calling eminently fits him for-our -in relation to such lands.

ridge, Gen. Counsel S. F.V..; D.'F.' borne by the G. S. & F. On the the competitive with wonderful re- most eminent men of all ages came The above is designed both to ac-

*/Kirklaad, Div.', Supt. S. "F. &: W.;' O. other hand, if the site occupied by 'I sults. from the farm. quire information and to give notice

11. drady, Gen. Mgr. G. S.', &, F.; the Parker House should be selected, This is shown most conclusively by To secure for him that recogni- that the present State Board of Education -

Judge J. R. Hall, Gen. Counsel G..S., it would be quite expensive for theS. I the phenomenal development of our tion in the progress of the world he is determined to make vig-

&F.Hon. F. & W., as track must be laid and insurance, banking, transportation, is justly entitled to. orous effort to protect all school
R. F, Roger, on behalf of the right-of-way purchased. It was the manufacturing and mining corpora- As a means to this end, a state ag- lands from the shameful depreda-

city; gave the arguments:; of citizens tacit understanding, however, that tions. Simply co-operative or mu- ricultural fair has been decided tions being .made" upon them. The

in support of their claim for the un- this latter location U the best and if tual associations, where capital, la- upon; all kindred callings are invitedto Board will thank you to aid in the

ion depot The attention of the the property desired can be boughtat bor and skill are combined and com- participate. The field farm, or- I undertaking by compliance with the

commissioners was called to the fact a reasonable price the expenseswill pletely organized, taking advantageof chard grove? pasture, forest and f request in the above resolution, andit

that absolutely no accommodations be shared equally by the three all economic devices, avoiding mine; the manufacturer and artisan, will also thank any other responsible -

were provided for the traveling pub roads. waste of material and labor, producing all producers of useful and orna- citizen who will report to the

lic at some of the d pots' and at I At 12 m. the commission adjourned at the least possible cost, not mental articles. The transportationman secretary any trespass upon these

others"tbpy were entirely 'inaJequate. I to meet at 2 p. m., and, with those only in cash, but requiring the least the banker, the merchant and lands coming under the observationof

Be was followed by Mayor F. interested, repahed to the different expenditure i.i human labor, the the capitalist, are all asked to joinin the one reporting it.

P. Cone, who presented the conten- railroad stations to view the most valuable factor in any enter- paying tribute to the oldest and I It is made the duty of the State

tion of the city in a clear and ,force- grounds. prise. Agriculture, the basis of all most honorable calling. At the fair I Hoard of Education, as well as yourself -

ful manner. He gave a graphic account AFTERXOON SESSION. wealth, the most necessary and most will be shown the result of the farm- to see that these lands are as

of the poor accommodationsoffered .The-. commission. reassembled at dignified of all pursuits, has not to er's toil the tools and implements I Iucd. free from depredation as those of

passengers and of the inconveniences 2 p. m. I any extent benefitted by cooperation I The product of the various any private citizen, more particu-

experienced by them, in C'hirman Day read a communication I or mutual assistance. This to a sections of our state, their cultiva- larly so, since they are set apart for
making transfers at this point. He from D. E. Maxwell stating large extent has been caused by the I tion and preparation will be ex the education of the children of

also gave an account of the rapid that the S. A. L. would be bound by I, want of mean of ready commnnica- plained. Florida.

growth and progress of the city in the action of the other roads repre- I tiun between farmers, the distance This fair is to be primarily a farm- The attention of the sheriff of each

business and population. The corporate I nented. {I, to centers of population and influence convention and Florida exhibition county is also called to the laws pre-

limits of our city includes a Hon. R. F. Rogers reported that, the ditticult, and in many cases of farm products, for the pur- scribing his duties as timber agent

small area extending only three- owing to the absence from the city the impossibility of meeting and discussing pose of showing the Florida farmer for state lands, and each is notified

fourth of a mile north, south, east of R. W. Adams, be was unable to the details of the business, the vast and diversified resources of that the governor, as president of

and west from the court house and ascertain the cost of right-of-way to the exchange of ideas and facts pertaining our fields forests mines and pastures the State Board of Education, looks
jet, in ten years, our population has to the calling. wonderful wealth of
he old Parker house. ; our raw 1 I to each to faithfully and fearlessly
increased from :!,O"lO to 4,017. In Farmers generally are agreed as material to show to I
After some discussion the commission Incidentally, I keep the trust imposed upon him by
View of' this marvelous increase in :1 decided to defer action until to the advisability of co-operation' : the world the agricultural and other the statutes. In obedience to this

business and population the city is I! Friday, March 1st, when they will seldom, however, have they the timeor possibilities of the state; to the cap demand each sheriff is requested to

entitled, the mayor contended, to meet at Tallahassee to further investigate inclination to initiate a move- italist, avenues for profitable invest- familiarize himself with sections

better accommodations.The the matter, in which they ment to organize. ment; to the home-seeker, the beat 654, 655, 656; 657, 2522, 2523 and 2526 of

legal representatives of the will be assisted by the Attorney- They, as a class, are intelligent, location for his particular calling or the Revised Statutes of Florida and .

railroads then began series of General, who is their legal adviser. conservative, independent, frequently inclination.But to execute the duties thereby en-

cross examinations which were for a Ample time is given for the railroads stubborn, always positive, and of first, last and always, the object joined upon him and to apply to the
time submitted to, but Hon. R. F. to ascertain the cost of con- marked individuality. Properly is to show to the Florida farmer Board of Education for any needed

Rogers finally made objection on the struction and to weigh the matter combined, no class of men (or I. himself the wonderful resources of assistance.

ground that the railroads had not and for the citizens of Lake City to women) would have greater force in I I his own state, her capabilities for

stated their position, and was sus- accumulate such evidence as they shaping the destinies of the state or.I agricultural development. That FAMILY JARS .
are more often the result of indigestion -
tained by the then commission. Counsel may deem advisable to place before nation; no superior minds, no deeper I nature has provided him with the than anything else. Dyspepticsare
railroads declared that they the commission. thinkers, no more capable men or i most genial climate a wonderfully usually irritable, nervous, cranky
could not arrive at a decision until From what we can learn we believe omen can be found in any callingor I productive soil, a list of products individuals who make trouble for all
the facts brought out demon- those around them. Dr. Loyal Ford's
clearly that the commission wifavor! the profession than are found among exceeded by no other country, re-

strated depot and the remained need of a union non-committal.passenger construction of the union depot. the farmers of this country. i quiriug an intelligent co-operation I right Dyspepticide and restores makes health the and stomach happiness -

While they did not state that they I! Hon. John D. Monran has expressed The lawyer, the merchant, the i on the part of our Florida farmers, in the household.

thought a union depot necessary and i| himself as favoring it, Judge Day banker, the manufacturer, the railroad [! skill, capital and labor to make _
that they believed the different lines although he has nut openly committed : man, the capitalist has no natural Florida the most prosperous agri- A bill has been introduced in the
would consent to its construction II himself, showed plainly that interest or advantage not possessed cultural state in the Union. Indiana legislature to establish the
they unanimously agreed with the he thought the evidence produced by the farmer. He has, how- R. E. ROSE, I whipping post. For some crimes it

-- I by our citizens furnished good argu- ever, the advantage of environment, President State Agricultural So- provides the ideal punishment.
I I mene in favor of their contention. ciety. .
the aggregation of men in centers of
; VISIT THE COLLEGE- Kia&iuiQiee, Jan. ', 1901.
population. The suggestion and initiative ,
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Hon. John D. ('allaway, always
Pretty of numbers. closely identifiedand A FIREMAN'S CLOSE CALL."I .
genial and accommodating, was on mutually independent. Combi-
hand immediately after the adjournment stuck to my engine, although
nation is the natural result of contiguity -
of the commission to do the every joint ached and every nerve
Children I right thing at the right time, which! and mutual interest. As the was racked with pain," writes C. W.
is a trait characteristic of him. He farmer produces raw material-the
Bellamy, a locomotive' fireman, of
carriages enough to accommodate -
\ : basis of manufactures, commerce, Healthy MothersFew
"We hare three children. Before the ,o the romuiK-ion and other Burlington: Iowa. "I was weak and
Wrtt of the last one my wife user four totto distinguished visitors, and then led banking and transportation I pale, without any appetite and all mothers ire healthy, because
of MOTHER'S FRIEND. U you had the the way to. the state Agricultural produce necessarily becomes a fac- i run down. As I was about to giveup their duties are so vudIn : The anxietyofpregt.owy
: College, where they were shown tor in the between
pictures! of could at organ- the shock of childbirth
children see
our you institution. I got a bottle of Electric Bitters ,
i this
: over superb ized labor skill and capital with or- and the of children, arc
if'-ance that the bst one 1 I young
,, Mrs Callaway is! a member of the and, after taking it, I felt as well as
. IsheallhlestprettlcstanJIInetlookingofthemall. I I gr.iization striving for the cheapest severe trials on any woman. But with
Board of Trustees and takes a par- i I ever did in my life. Weak: sick- Wine of Cardul within her ,
i donable pride in the progress of the supply. The farmer finds himself ly, run-down people always gain new mother4vtry woman In the grasp land-every can
Mj wife thinks Mother's i, institution.Our I I competing with organized society I life, strength and vigor from their pay the debt of personal health she
friend Is. the distinguished visitors were '' use. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed -
educated, skilled and aggressive, owes her loved ones. Do you want
and 'grandestremedy so shown over other parts o- the I by all druggists. Price f 0 robust health with ell its privileges and
al'j' while as class the farmer is
a unorganized -
in the s and their attention was:: directed '! cents. pleasW'U'line of Cardul will jive it
world for expect the great amount of paving that lighting single-handed and to you.
ant mothers." been put down on our streets within alone. I A bill has been introduced in the

Written by a Ken-- i the We past only two wish years.i that. we could have I I An object lesson in the advantageof legislature of Virginia: to make kid '

tacky Attorney-at 1Caw. painted with pritle to the linKhed I farmers co-operating is the success napping a capital crime. Such a IfOOlDDI
\: structure of a magnificent court I of the Stockmens' Associationof law should be enacted by the legis-
l[ house, instead of having to acknowledge south Florida: one year' work at lature of every state.
I the old building in which the small individual cost, destroyed a strengthens the female organs and invigorates .
mlIJE8' of robbery that had existed weakened functions. For every
(commission was forced to meet. nut system 1J.. W. Bryan,of Lowder, 111., writes
every thing can't he accomplished at for years in spite of the most strenu- little with female 19 or weakness It If the best
"My boy was verylow
1! once-time is required. And with a t ous efforts of the state and enormous medicine made. Ask your druggist for
prevents nine-tenths of the unanimous in sums expended.The pnemonia. Unknown to the doctorwe $1.00 bottle Wine of Cardul.and lake SMI
f81EJD people practically him and Tar.
Foley's Honey
gave under circumstance
of the Florida StateI substitute any
incident to object
: their desire for a new court houae. The result was magical and puzzledthe .
birth. The coming mother's we u ill have one before many more I doctor, as it immediately stopped Un. Emu nw. Conor.'Mktu ".. I
disposition and remain unruffled i command mat wins d Cidui-1w-dI-r able
temper months passed.
the racking cough and he quickly owasi atreI Ibe bohaw Two werks.tter I wailhd
i iI recovered." Uf a mile nd tucked nwfemcfc Yfaca "cotter y
relax- 1 The editor of the Fordville, Ky. I duttw horn 1 lu&cnd wuh Uor pin J'boun.
.and M lo rase him on a bonk became 1 ludoofodk.
\SUa1 distress. A good-natured mother Miscellaneous, writes as a postscript fissslsohe What Verdi was to the ear, Victoria Afecrwaath Tuc dunes precnm-J
Is Pretty sure to have child. : to a business letter: "I was cured of heart. this to*.I sew l.*bd axxh to a Utr f it aJ
a good-natured that the liver is was to the
Is often a warning
bas talc
ban amid
n bfcor only two pleaand
The patient is kept in a stronghealth} { kidney trouble" by taking Foley'sKidney I torpid or inactive. More serious w I bin plenty t taSL Fw fcojraltoot ie...... ..r
condition, which the child also inherits. Cure. Take nothiuij else.G. troubles may follow. For a prompt SAYS, HE WAS TORTURED. u my butt I tank Gut tad wee cFgridncc :. ...-

other's Friend takes a wife through the W. Price. -- liver efficient troubles cure, of takeHDed's Headache and all h i$ I "I buffered such pain from corns ] Dune ia$eve....rejjirinj.".The wtail L W dira MuuryI Ii iaas.addreM .
.crisis qnfckly and almost painlessly. II One of-the best traits in the character could hardly walk," writes H. HobI .
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assists la her lW Ite Co..
wards Pills
rapid and
W the recovery, of King Edward VII was his I inson Hillsborough, Ills., but Buck- a... ..T-.
dangers that so often follow delivery -
constant devotion to his old mother I While they rouse the liver restore I len's Arnica Salve completely cured
e I. the late Queen. full, regular action.ot the bowels i 'them." Acts like
Sold. magic on sprains,
dninUU far saboUle. they do not gripe or pain do not
I irritate inflemethc internal orgnns. bruises cuts sores scald burn
ttlB BRADF1ELD i or ,
bat have a positive tonic effect. 2c.
Perfect healer of skill
ATLANTA. QA.l *its Kind Yoe Altars Boogti at all druggist or by mall of boils, ulcers. for oar free illustrated book wrttUn I = /ft : C. L Hoot 4 Co. Lowell, Mass. diseases and piles. Cure guaranteed

wpntslj fat sapc.:teat moitterg. 8f .. by druggists 2.).;. I

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I! REPORT OF. CONTROLLER-: !' When you want a physic that Is !

i mild and gentle easy to take anu u:7_ : :;;=:::-:0=: ...1
> fAllUfC The report of State Controller j pleasant .in effect use Chamberlain's

E Doe Reynolds, asconden>ev1"t>y the lVnsacola | Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price.j:! .

this iIlustrate New, makes a mot igtcft.'zlt-scent; *. Sample; fret' Every box !i
} :
. t ing boring of the Stated iadebuui guar.iDt'r sale l-y G.V.. CASTO RIA
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your i ii which after s-tatin;! the etinjui .- Price.

! expcri- >lidient of the lioatin-j dent -- t )

I 1- ? i from the ordinary income from' taxation l While Uen Tiilman is ,a peculiar ci For Infants and
L. .7 e nee ".. ." .." ... Children. .
.' /1 I \ And are V and giving; the amount of the pattern, cut Mas from the roughest

l I !q I I : bonded debt, *l.OI,;jUll. he sac.-: |''of cloth, he is aorta! a dozen like
I you wor- "The payment of these "bond will Bill Chandler, whose pattern, we IAWAII.The Kind You Have.

UAIR fear for I I have to be provided ,for by tae legislature -, devoutly_. _trust____,_has: been lost. .

you ': and this can be done by th. [ --- .
; For the weakness and prostration ," ." Always Bought
are soon to be bald? issue of new bonds, drawing aIW ; following grippe there j is nothing to J\
eeetablePreparationforAsslmilating -
4 Then cease worrying :: rate of interest, to be' old on the prompt and effective; as One Minute tteroodandRegulatinf -

. for help is at open market, or by Sluing manuscript ('ough Cure. This preparation is *thg 5tnniflriis and Bowels of Bears theSignature
or other bonds, to the educational
hand. You need highly endorsed as an unfailing remedy

i' something that will i interest fund as may, drawinsuch be decided! upon.rate of for all throat and lung troublesand JI! X'PromotesDigestionCieerful
its early use prevents consumption. -
, i put new life into the "It is true that nearly all of the -
t It was made to cure quickly '
hair bulbs. iDndsuf 1S71 and lNi2: : which have I
A. I:. Wise. nessandRest.contaInsneither
been for the sinking _. of
You not purchased : -- --- Opium.Morphine nor}linera1.I .
I need funds, are held by the educational f'ro'n Brussels comes the only note I NARCOTIC.

funds of the state, hut they are still ot discord to disturb the harmony of

V a hair binding obligations against the state, sorrow that regns throughout '0Rrtt -

food as the principal must b: paid at sometime Christendom on the death of the !>ylZtP

oJ; I -such or the state will be compelledto \ Queen, and ikewise a report that a'tuIrl..

: a s continue paying interest thereon the bubonic plague has broken out &.(LrJrwbi*/ SJJIJaiM '

visor ''foreer.f The only advantagethat among the British troops in South Ji In I I4

the holding of these bonds by Africa. Now, oft is it that hatred .t' }

the educational funds may be is that ovcrreacheth itself and defeateth ,
It brings health to
the state legislature can fix the time its nan ends. I \irrynta tisrr. UseFor
the hair and the fall- -- --
for payment of the principal and ::
Apcrfect: Remedy for Constipation -
H ing ceases. such rate of interest thereon as, in Recent experiments! show that all J ,Sour Stomach.Diairhoea ;
'. ,: its be deemed to It -''' classes of foods may be completely -.
P it ,always restores i judgment, may ;? : \ironnsConvulsionsFeverishoessandLosSQFStEER -
I.I color to gray hair. best. digested by a preparation called Ko- I Over

The bonds of )*;1. amounting dol Dyspepsia Cure. which absolute !
':: You need look
j'' : not at il.IMlO.: now outstanding in the 1 liuuls ly digests what you eat. As it is the V Far Simile Signature ot

... I thirty as if you were of individuals \\ ill he j;,aid by the only combination of all the natural G&&Z&KNEW Thirty i Years

; fifty, for your gray state treasurer upon presentation, d igt'"tants''er devised the demand VORK.

'In 1 : hair may have' again } and he has notified the holders thereof for it has become enormous. It has

j- all the dark, rich color i that no will be allowed{ never failed to cure the worst cases

::r of after maturity. It is not expected of indigestion and it always gives instant

0.;,, youth. that there will be sufficient cash in relief. A. It. Wise. CASTORIA
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I $1.00 a Little. ,All druggbt 5 the educational funds on January ]. EXACT COPYOF VRAPPCB.

'4i ..I aui a barber by trade and have Iia't! : to take up all of the IIUt"tIIIIing '': '1'Bapli.t/ miniiters of Richmond,
j had a great deal to do ,.itt your ,, Va., dlt not take kindly to the proiio- '""" ire emnuii eon..*.. rest VMM cm.
flair Vfcur. 1 have found tbit: Itt bonds of ) ;::1. and !it will doubtless Mtion of the Woman's l'hristiaTemperance 1 -: -.' ,_ -- -- -'n---::- __- -_. _-_- -_ -._ -_ .__-__, --- '-.._ -. -.. _- =:-_.
and da everything that you claim : be necessary to pay a number of n
for it. It bus gikeii mo tbo mint V
Union substitute
t complete Eattt&ctiun in my buoiucs ''l uch bonds from the general revenue to
$." l r.nrJ.Geuate, grape juice for the fermented wine .
March 22,19. Kansaa t'tty,MD. fund of the state but !it is brliryrthat d -
1 i used at the Lord's Supper. There is
1 tiiitlicient funds be
can accumulated
Write 'he Doctor. for that p-.irpose without increasing a dea-ialral tendency among them to BUIE'S SAW\ Mill.
If you do not obUUi all the benefits disregard the request of the ladies ;
V you upected from the nee of tho the tax rate ab>>ve the 2'2 .
Vigor,writ tbe Doctor about It.
a. :i Addreaa.Da...t;. AYiR: e mills now levied for general revenue. and keep up the old practice. Four Allies \Vest of Lake City.
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'Ana... 1. i Concerning the assessment and I j!!! LA CHUTE QUICKLY CURED. First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part J
"In the winter of ISflS! of the City on short notice. Address *
taxation of railroad and telegraph and liIJ!

:'. j While- a great woman in- statecraft lines by the state oRicers; the conj was taken down with severe" attarf kiS. P. BUIE, LAKE CITY, FLA.,

j troller recommends a continuance oi :;: of what is called grippe. says F.
is sleeping in death on the Isle ot .
I; the present excellent method and a L. Hewett, a prominent druggist of --- ---- -- -- -- -
Wight, lashtd,by the cold seas, there
small special appropriation to cover 1!: Winlield, I11.'The only medicine I
,Ir dies in sunny Italy a great man o( Ii the coat of examinations of such used was two bottles of Chamberlain' Lake ffitjf !
mU.k-a man whose mind caught Bottling
) Cough ReuiedIt broke
property by those officer, when up
.1 i the inspirations that ascended the \
t' the cold and the
( : necessary. He recommends legislation : stopped coughing
'- i heights of symphonic sublimities I!I concerning the status of star r like magic and I have never since
} V such was Guiseppe Verdi, who is .
r 'I! banks in liquidation; and to provide ; been troubled with grippe. Chamberlain' X ,
dead, and the world has lost a man I i Cough Remedy can always
1 for the cancellation of
whose delightful music elevated large num- 1 be depended to brake
th j 1 mwn up a severe -
,' minds of millions of men and women. of old tax certificates which. cold and ward otT any threatened FRUITSDEALER IN- -
|j possess no real value. tOne attack of pneumonia. It is
Hardly man or woman living in the i' i pleasant to take too, which -.
of the most striking features j
:, civilized world but what has heard I If it the and -
most desirable Cool
I' of'the
one Drinks |
: ,'of the report is the statement that, i ii ; Fruits, Vegetables
f bewitching scores of II Troca- | most popular preparations in use forth
tore and the wild war strains of the i i notwithstanding the plain provisj : ..e ailt pnts. I-'or sale by G. \\*. ,

i Vespri Sicilian! the sad and solemn j i ions of the )althe requirement i I'rice. 1 Tobaccos, Cigars, -
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that all -
contentions make
cer-1 i
requiems and the lofty church ,
i' bin annual ret inns is entirely ig-j i Ella Wheeler Wilcox is certainly a '
music heard daily around the world i Nuts Raisins !
Queen and nored, and that while the law provides wonder in her class. She now says: Apples ,
'1 composer-contemporaries
i : in the century-each claiming a': a penalty for its violation, no "Divorce is the fire escape from a l
means of enforcing the same exists domestic hell Beautiful burst of And Fine Candies.
just homage from those who live
i( after them. _____ ____, _,_ i poetical sentiment there.
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NIGHT WAS HER TE RROP.. I Bean ths A The Kind You Hate Always Bought',' the CASTOnXA.&ara > The Kind Yon Have Always.&ugt.t .Soda Water, Sarsaparilla, Strawberry, Cinger Ae .,j

"I would cough nearly all nightlong : Signature ; Bignat1lJ8 Seltzer Cider, Etc.
rt'# _
1 ," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, .' ,, of Geo. J. Davis, Maltifager.jc2 ':!
f of Alexandria, Ind. "and could hard- I

l ly get any sleep. I had consumption I'j _J

: 1 so bad that if I walked a block II I 'MRS. L. T. FUNK "' ,2 y"tzty 2.:2)!2ftt,1'; .?)ZT X
1 would. cough frightfully .and !spit'' i oidOffers
:-.f : blood, but when all other medicines I has received a most I I t d :

I f.tiUd, three Jl bottles of Dr. beautiful and attractive display of FALL The ..'
King's \ew Dfecovery wholly cured f and Winter Millinerymust beseen to be "
'. me and I gained 53 pounds. It's ab- appreciated. She hasall the newest styles to both sexes a good education -
bolutely guaranteed to cure coughs ;i and shapes of Ladies', lisses' and Ohildreh's FloridaAgricuItural along the lines of

c c4ldsla grippe, bronchitis and all' Hats, Bonnets and Trimmings, to- t
throat and lung troubles.. Trial bot 'j gether with a full line of Novelties in Mod rn Though and Activity. !.
tle-free at all druggists.Mr. f = = ,

ur'an'iI'i now In''Notions, Ribbons, Flowers[ \ Feathers, <&< Etc. i College. complete Scientific Industrial,outfit Literary Departments.of apparatus, Military Most and Ex- .

I the malls. The penses reduced to
first: issue will contain High-class Modestes create from a minimum.
these materials the
I no advertisements, but the As-1; latest dreams cf fastidious Fashion, and that cannot Short-hand, Telegraphy, Bookkeeping -
I t fail to please the taste of the most fastidious taught FREE. .
dis "
introductory I Send for a New Catalogue to
; of high-class
> Millinery. A share of the "
trade of the ladies of Lake City and L1ZTZiY >V. P.
; million dollars worth of notices from :; country is respectfully solicited. surrounding YOeUM, Pres.

the. press of the country. So wej! Lake City, l-'''. .(

Uopcitsend, will justify the auspi- : PRICES LOW ''fl/7ipQ L. T. FUNK. -

nous beginning, and all its days! may } -- !. <"",, ,-fJ.2...."".'WJ 1: 1ti a!' bright as that hich in Florida !I '

narked its birth. ;i w --'J!

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; A powerful engine cannot be run j < .
with a weak boiler, and
we can'tV
kcp up the strain of an active life f I i 1 1I

f.1 wUha weak stomach; neither can r
It we stop the human I. I I ;
machine -
to make I 1ji ,
..;!ji; f( {lairs. If the stomach cannot di- \ I f I 1t i I I 'tr .,;. ...' ... it "

1'e'f.t enough food to keep ,the body Ihtring i "' -nd' ,fHr
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< .' such a preparation as Kodoi ; I "\ W r." :. "
U.vspepsia Cure should be used. It : I ... ..'
digests what .j t'... ... I"
III you rant c. = ..
help but do you good. A. U t ;
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dl( When a man is !looking around for i .: -" -
II i evil in others he is simply Whistling ..
'I to liii own conscience. i

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I :, KEEP your blood pu.-e and your I
1 ach and digestive org au. in a 4 1. Lak ecity, ria-
l l.eahliy"'eondition by taking1 fINItI'S : i 4

ill Sajrsauarilla and )'ou.will Lc WELL. i t !! Collins and ( 'askcts ill Sl\. Ics nml ;
1:) I'rit-es. Orders 1'I'UlJ.1lFill"l.. s
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You Don't Buy Of Values

'A Stove
AVill quickly decide thatve are
the people for the Arery l.e:.;t Qual-
5tie at the Lowest .
possible price.A
Every month, so that'when you do t 4
buy, yon"want to look around a little WELL SSLDRESSED
and see where,you can get the greatest f FOOT
satisfaction for yon money. AYe
have a great line of Stoves, both Cook + } 96 f ;}} hJps. out a man's appearance moi-e than
'ing and Heating, and 'can suit any most anyother detail of his get up.
Here are pretty, well-fitting, stylish
.size pocket book with oui prices. Shoes.
They're low priced 'tis tl'llC-
{ :AVe carry also an extensive line of = but that's the way with ever;thin; here
Cooking Utensils, Tinware of --low priced-high grade. .\nl11oth-
prices the lowesttui1son's 'i lug: else finds room.
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1bors .. ollar .. $taUdSl
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I'.e saves your I I
, : The covering or casing U I _
cotton is tree of foreign .
lotkititch of best thread- -\\

'I bined They and we poiiuly arc Used !I. I Ii

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When.,- a WomanStarts I,I About

out to buy, she likes to know she; f.I I
can secure all she wishes under one roof.
: ".I.There is a great satisfaction in knowing I II AVe can give you
that'you do not need toisit half dozen I : Suit that will fit you
-i' stores in older to complete -
your purr I along a* any made-
chases. AVe have everything that can
at :less than you pay
be desired in the DRY GOODS LINE, and
are looking totsat-
yon will find our departments stocked i can get it here, in
with bargains continually. AVe carry
'}')' article in the way
everything in the way of ladies Dress: ,
hngs! most com-
Goods, Trimmings, Laces, Notions, city.
Underwear, Calicoes, etc.
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We carry an excellent line AXTI Ul 'r .
OF JEWELRY; : : \'I\1G1.I) LED
QllCIl ware, Chinaware and
Tinware. Wo can suit yon l ':-: C' -l':1Jl'st: and most
hi,both style and price. Remember table bed spring
we carry everything Hardware f on the market.

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thing in


y Trunks, i
Bags and 4xs /

Sawing Machines
on Easy

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Meal Flour, Grits, Bran, Corn Hay, Etc.

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I Two Little Girls Cremated.The FOR SALE. I'i You Know What You are Taking I One of the best traits in the char

J tit The Citizen.Re orter. shocked When you take Grove'a Tasteless acter of King: Edward VII wa hia
entire community was
and i Chill Tonic because the formula is
A Valuable Tobacco, Stock I constant devotion to his old mother J
Saturday morning ou the receipt of j! Truck Farm. II I! plainly printed on every bottle hhow- I: the late Queen.I .
! B. L.:DODD, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.I the news in this city of a tragedy bO i i ing that it is bimply iron and quinine j I!
I: A. E. DODD,Assistant Editor. horrible that it is beyond the loser I 1| Just one mile from court hot se, in a tasteless form. No cure no pay. I --
'I i TO-DAY take ;
; JLake west end Duval street: ;> 50 cents.: I i Foley's Honey and;
Newspaper of and City,
: Official Columbia County of pen to describe. Between 12 and I j I Tar. It positively prevents pneni
the Town of Lake City, Florida. I
1 o'clock that-morning the residence paved nearly all the way, and in When a man is looking around for monia or other serious results from

I Published every Friday at Lake City..Fla. of Mr. G. D. Fleming, agent of the sight of Peabody High School and I evil in others he is simply whistlingto colds. It may be too late tomorrow.
Offlce-South ot Courthouse jaquare.Advertiiiug
i j i IS. A. L. at Watertown, was burnedto !State Agricultural College; about his own conscience. I G. W. Price, druggist. ,

i I Bate Furnished upon Application.! the ground, and his two. little '!1240 acres, mostly rich, hammock j -- -- -, -

: ,1..i i Entered in Lake City poatofflce at secondclass daughters, Fern and Fay, aged respectively -;j' land, never-failing springs,' brook i, 6iDENi

_matter_ ___ three an five years, were |and lakes. Cottage of three rooms NO V

.. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. burned with the building. Their I land kitchen. Excellent water on |

charred bodies were recovered from i the porch, also: large tobacco, stock j
j FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1901 the debris after daylight. Miss \! and hay barn, one wagon, four double :j THE, "DOLLAR BAZAAR."

J ,1'\i" The- seventeenth annual session of Stella Crawford, sister of Irs. :j I plows and many cultivators, harrows i.j. -

Fleming, and niece of Dr. Jno. L. ,1 horse hoes, sweeps, double shovels, !t
f. i- the Florida Chautauqua will open at of state, was !: etc., mower and rake and two Bemis 'i;;' Nothing! over one .lollar-!but the most for that dollar.
I!! DeFuniak Springs on February 14th, Crawford, secretary j tobacco planters and one iron i j j::1' Shots, hats, clothing, underwear table linen, cutlery, h
I: r and will continue for seven weeks, dangerously burned, her clothing j towels, statiorery, notions, etc., etc. Too much to neo- 1|
.1 being on fire when the awoke. 'stump plow for new ground, alo3''': tion here. Call and let us show you.
: I closing I April 7. tine blooded milk cows, "coming" in ,.
Mrs. and her little babe I
:, : soon, several heifers, household furniture ,
> It is stated that the president were the only ones who escaped uninjured etc. Also about 13 acres in OUR PRICES DO THE TALKING.
[ will to take action When Mr. Division of Lake including
; compel congress I by the flames. i ISW City, I
; :. : regarding Porto Rico and the Philippines Fleiiiiag awoke the whole house It i the old Peabody School lot of one II '
I acre, with three large buildings. I Yours to Please,
I by calling an extra session was in flames. The fire was so Also a 40-acre farm on S. A. L.l j,

: for that specific purpose. quick that few arrived on the mile west from depot, hammock j
1' scene in time to render assistance.He land. Very easy terms on the real I j 1 H. F. URIE
In the New York market, cotton I ,
estate. Cows, etc. cash. Ii
got his wife and baby out of the j I

I jumped from 10.10 Saturday to 12.75 F. B, MOODIE. t
house uninjured and made a desperate
M&''ftdar. Never in the knowledge of ,
i effort to five his children, but ofno ,
the oldest traders has the cotton Millions of people are familiar
I avail. His hands and face were _
market shown the abnormal conditions with DeWitt's Little Early Risers, I h -
burned in the
terribly attempt.
that prevailed Monday.Mrs. and those who them find them -
1 I I The origin of the fire is a mystery I NOT/CEI
to be famous little liver Never I
: i I pills.
Carrie Nation has started a I j II and Mr. Fleming could not account
i Gripe.. A. R. Wise. Jo Friends and Customers. "
crusade in earnest against the saloons jfor the profound slumber in which i my ;

: ,I of Kansas, which are run in the family had fallen-as the flames i I Stops the Cough sal: Works off the I I bare jtut bought In Genoa. Fla.. _
open violation of the law. Kansas, were upon them before they werearoubed : !j" Cold. a nice STOCK OIUENERALMEUCHAXDISK .

according to statutes, occupies the and even the clothing of i Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets I con illtingot

'. unique position of being a'dry'state. Miss Crawford was on fire before she cure a cold in one day ilo cure-no I 1 Dry CJoods, Notions, Clothing, Hardware(',

'i Failing to secure the active cooperation awoke. I I ]pay. Price 25:; cents. .. Groceries: Tinware, Ete. I am now in
of the authorities she is attempting The bodies of the two children, --- -- I

to break up the saloons Fern and Fay, were interred in the WORKING 24 HOURS; A DAY.
Monroe BiofiK Next
single-handed, with rocks and a city cemetery Saturday at 1 o'clock, There's no rest for those tireless to Raollson'e Stable.

3 hatchet. Rev. J. C. Titus ofliciatin;. ;little workers-Dr. King's New Life
And will Close the entire Stock out In the next
The sympathies of the entire community Pills. Millions are always busy curing 3J days at first cost jllIIII s

I The Cuban constitutional convention j go out to the parents who torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness 'I

i is progressing rapiJIy v.ilhthe have suffered such agonies of grief. fever and ague. They banishheadache -M. STE.IlNT.... .. -

; discussion of the draft constitution Dr. J. A. Townsend has been treat I sick drive out malaria.

l submitted by the central committee. ing the wounds of Miss Crawford and Never gripe or weaken. Small,

fi Several articles relating to provincial Mr. Fleming! and they are improving! 'I taste nice, work wonders. Try

,I' government anJ the method of I nicely and_ will soon recover. them. 23c at all druggist*. iW/ '.
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electing officials have been tabled I k
i -I t until after the adoption of the electoral I A Curious Find. ,i Like bad dollars-all counterfeits of I I @ @ :;

I law. Two important articles While in conversation with a Mason DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are : THE FLIGHT'OF TIME g =

for consideration will deal with uni of this city the first of the week, worthless. The original quickly @ mt i

c .t'f': versal suffrage and the powers of M rs. Harriet Wright alluded to the cures piles, sores and all skin ,dis tliJ "
; provisional government. These disposed fact that corner-stone was laid
ease; A. It. Wise.
i ,I of, the work of drafting the when the old lodge rooms were .. -.-. -- @ :. @

J. final project will be a matter of only I erected on West St. John's street. To Cure a Cold: in One Day ifJ Leaves a procession ol straggling humanity g ,. "
> behind. But it doesn't leave <
a few days. This building was erected some time 'fliJ: .
I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab ;x" us behind. We have too much at stake m t,
in and for
the.18j's was
many yearsused 1
NEW COURT HOUSE. lets. All druggists refund the money 'fl! to allow that. We're right up with ova ,
for the public school.
-., I ifit fails to cure. E. W. Grove's' @ the times in every respect. That's m
< The lodge it seems, had preserved signature is on each box. :;c. -
Alittle over a month hence, Mon ,no' record of the laying of the cornerstone I 'fliJ: why we'repretty nearly the whole @, .
.; day, March 4th, our county commis- @ show in our line of business. tlf. _
and the matter was immediately iEdward VII, King of Great Britainand ',
: sioners will take under .: ,
reported to that body. A com I Ireland and Emperor of India,
I r .. question of building a court house mittee was' }
appointed, consisting of has been proclaimed throughout Orb ;
::1 that will be adequate to the needs ot Messrs. J. C. Cline Geo. O. Adicks' Britain and subject territories
Columbia county. and J. O. Harris, to investigate the ----- Dry Goods and Clothing.'c

All the commissioners, whom we matter. Mr. Adicks was unable to Persons who cannot take ordinary

have heard express themselves, favor be with the committee and Prof. J. pills find it a pleasure to take DeWitt's .: '1f1WI :Vf\ '

building a new court house and all M. Young acted in his stead. Little Early Risers. Theyare ifJ '

1'1.I our prominent business men and With the proper implements they the best little liver pills ever f

largest taxpayers occupy a similara visited the grounds Monday morningand made. A. R. Wise.

a position. excavated the corner stone. m
M. L. I
.1 It is not necessary to go into any The "stone" was a cement box I. W. Harper is the gold medal Plympton & Co.

i lengthy argument setting forth the I about fifteen inches square and whiskey of the world. Highest $ j jIiJ

.', j 1 1I' reason why this building should be was imbedded in a brick pillar i! awards at Paris, 1900; Chicago, 1893; \ Opposite Court House. (TJP
,; erected; the facts are patent to three feet The I! New Orleans, 1 3.15. Unbeaten and -
square. cement
\ citizen. i and unbeatable. Sold by H. W.
I'' every The present box was fitted with a thick Coxes W' -:
structure is a standing reproach top, also of cement, which closed __ I t! :g< ip '

to Columbia county. down inside of it, and made it dus tWe I have a clubbing rate of 80 cents u ___ ___ "
E In discussing question it should proof. The articles instead'of with the
being Commoner Mr. Bryan'snew
I not be argued from the view of absolute I ., ,.
securely ceiled and placed into an paper; that is, you can get the.
necessity. When we come .. inner receptacle, as they should have CIrIZE. -nEPORTER and the Commoner

to think about the matter, very few been, were laid loosely and unprotected for 51.80 per annum, cash in ad i MEN ARE DOUBTLESS IN.A i
of the luxuries which the poorest of I from the atmosphere, in the l vance I

us enjoy, which afford us pleasureand cement box, and the corroding touch ______ I

1:f make life worth the living, are I of time has almost obliterated every After exposure or when you feel a QUANDARY OVER THE WEATHER
ABSOLUTELY necessary. Just so with cold coming on, take Foley's
vestige. About a quart of red dust Honey ,;
I the question under discussion, a new I was all that remained of the and will Tar. It never fails to cure and I' I -
court house may not be an absolute i papers.The prevent pneumonia or consumption '""''".''''''''''''''''. '' ... .,' .
compass and square were if taken time. -
necessity, but that offers no argument 'I' very I I I X<
nearly eaten up with'rust. In addi- i- We don't 1
in r make it; if we did we would probably
opposition to the projectI i tion to these articles the box contained iI I r be sorely tempted to rive you "natur r
advanced. I alIce.. about seven days In the week,for
i four U. S. coins of different Paper Wall at India* Head. V quite a spelL While anticipating; a cool ,J
When viewed in the light of modern denominations. The coins In order to minimize the destructive $ wUe. It won't hurt. However to give you a ..
were: handy list for quick reference.;. _
progress and civilizatiou the effects of possible explosions in f
Silver thegovernment's
I piece, mintage of 18W: ; I
erection of a new court house is new powder manufactory ALL IN I
silver 25c -
piece, 1844; silver lOc
-R necessary-necessary because we, in piece, 1841, and a 3c piece, 1851. :':'are at Indian Head all the buildings I Need of new Shoes Slippers, or footwear of I'I
the aggregate, have a wealthy' The articles will be kept and will provided with "paper" walls at the any kind and who are not in 1
1r county that w abundantly able i be placed in the corner stone of the ends. The theory is that these light
; I Masonic walls will be immediately # FAVOR OF:
blown ,
': house temple the lodge of aside -
provide a sufficient
to accommodate this city contrmplateerectirig some by the concussion( of the explosion, 1 Paying high prices for goods of Inferior JI
: \,'. the county officials and the ,I time in the future. : leaving the main walls which are built quality. style or tit,should get .
I court without occasioning the inconveniences as strongly &Ii possible! practically u a-
now experienced.We j) The Board of Safety of Evansville, I harmed. THAT flOTION -

should have a court house commensurate Ind., has ordered the police to arrest On themselves which will"bring them here;
!. I I Preach Iia. for a purchase at our store is always money ,
with the progress of the.I all unknown negroes and take them j! Two h. sated. Let everybody
I county. Suppose that an individuall before the city police judge. No t t- cupfuls of milk one cupful of
!! soup stock, one tablespoonful # SAY "AYE"When :
in /
> lleJ of even a moderate for- j' ing the South has ever equaled chopped _
parsley, two
{ J tune should occupy a hovel and, with :i j: such an edict since slavery wasi I butter, one quart meat tablespoonfuls, two tablet y # guarantee asked the to best come Shoe here values as we on < r..

i his family, lead the life of abject I I I abolished. If these negroes Cannall' of II j' spoonfuls of flour, three eggs, one tea- I tbe market for the least money ,

J poverty. He would he reviled by j'i i give any reason for being in Eva s. j I spoonful salt a dash $f pepper; melt 1

W i t classes as a miser and a fool, would 'I, ville, they are to be sentenced Q.I! the butter without browning it, add DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, 1 '
; he not? Though the comparison I! the rock pile. Heretofore it has the flour, stir until it thickens, add UNDERWEAR, /. NECKWEAR, I

I does not entirely fit conditions prevailing been supposed that a man of any lamb the chopped, take meat either chicken or HOSIERY, SHIRTS, NOTIONS, I
here it is a'| color could live where he from the fire beat the
j none the less I pleased un- c DRESS GOODS 1
eggs lightly and add last CAPES
good one. How can we blame IJeo-l t til he violated the law. It b-com es i ; grease a
baling dish,
'I turn it in and bake an CLOAKS AND JACKETS '
I pie who come here from other sections ,1 I j more and more apparent every day; hour.-People's Home Journal. : -.

:l 'I when they seem that the negro is treated better in1 I .< ,.,'' .
{ surprised that I I -- '''''' ''' ''. ...,..
ti 1 we have nj better court house and I the South than in any other secti cn ', '

;. t. indulge in merited censure? I of the country. '; CASTOR ftt\ \VE CAN $UIT YOU' o: '1i

J Such a condition should not 1 -" -
I a longer. The people of Colum continue i! For Infants and Children.

t bia county stand unitedly by the 8 I I i The Kind You Ran Always Bought i J. UNMAN & COMPANY r

county commissioners in their efforts .
to Tbi .IgMtuw Is on every box of the Bears the srtf
secure a building jcauint yfTT"T"Signature
with the needj of tLe county I the Laxative remedy Bromo-Quinine i T ICU of y&ffl&t&X; PHONE'NO.4. NEAR DEPOT. 'tti
ewe a eoN la site 4lav

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r>-.I Mr. H. M. Barry, of Decaturville, I There is always danger using

Tcnn., and brother, Mr. W. V. Barry, counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel -

I of Lexington, Tenn, and Mr. 8. T. Salve. The original is a safe .
'. Bray, of Decaturville, arrived in and certain cure for piles. It is a Pity :

C This Space Reserved for .. I the city Friday. The party came on I soothing and healing cure for sores

I pleasure bent and one for the pur- 'j' and all skin diseases. A. R. Wise."Farmer1 R

I pose of recuperating his health. We Guide" is the of amiBeauty
J1ISS H. name a
RILEY= ZZ- I! trust that the salubrious breezes of !I I book! and as its title indicates, is a .

the far sunny South will work the I) guide to farmers in the cultivation

Leading Milliner. .I desired benefits. Mr."K. M. Barry, and fertilization of all crops typicalto

who is an old ,newspaper man and America. This book H handsomelybound

proprietor of his home paper, made
t profusely illustrated: : and
this office an appreciated visit while e\cry farmer should have it in his
The most beautiful thing in
i I here. I( library. It can be had without

charge from the German Kali Works, the world is the baby .all
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.. dimples and joy. The most
1SLI5 SEED POTATOK We direct the especial attentionof

g I all varieties at ASHLEY' ; our readers to the professional pitiful thing is that same baby,
j card of Dr J. L. Niblack which
appears ''
'; FRUIT STAND. :I in this issue. Dr. Niblack thin and in pain. And the

0 ..... ...... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... .., ..... moved to this city some time ago mother does not know that a

i; from Columbia City, this county,
V Reserved For Burglars at Work iI where he practiced for a number of little fat makes all the differ.

I' and is well and
Burglaries and attempted years favorably ence. /
J. A. FISHER 'ries are becoming quite burgla-I'' known to all our people. All messages -

our city of late, and it behooves our I for him should be left Wise's Dimples and joy have gone,

WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOPS :citizens to take more precautions I}I drug store. Residence phone No. 4(). and left hollows and fear; the

and our night police force to be Mrs. T. A. Perry, the popular milliner
EMBALMER -, .; more vigilant, if possible, than they has sold out her business here to fat, that was comfort and

ha\ebeen. Mrs T. N. Milton who
color and curve-all but
I Last Monday night a burglar moved to this city. Mrs. Perry has pity

I attempted to enter the boardinghouse conducted business here for a number and love-is gone.

t I of Mrs. S. E. Lembrick and all .1 of years and has gained a large

t bat succeeded in 1m designs. He patronage and many arm friends. The little one gets no fat

I i was flraf discovered at the window of )| She had the reputation of keeping from her food. There is some-

;i the sleeping apartments of :Ir. stylish goods and turning out stylish,

Kearsey, clerk at the S. A. L. sta. neat and tasteful work. Her successor thing wrong;itis either her foodor

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. "' Kearaey was an experienced
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Mlle glare of a dark lantern, which I milliner and will maintain the

:i MRS. T. N. MILTON, .i was turned on him. When spoken to high grade of work to which patrons fit for weeks; is living on what

the burglar fled. But he was not have been accustomed. Notice the
I she had stored in that
FINE MILLINERY # : satisfied, it seems, and resolved upon I display advertisement of this firm on plump

# a further attempt. About twenty I this page. little body of hers; and that is
: / D !;1! minutes later he tr.e-1 to force an ji I
She is for fat
: gone. starving
i i i entrance into the dining room. Mrs. i Officers U. D. C. ;

ART"OOOD5. 'f I Lembrick was aw ';et.I, raised the ||; At a recent meeting of the Daugh-\\ it is death, be quick!

i alarm: and frightened the thief off. I II i j I ters of the Confederacy of Scott's Emulsion of Cod

i She called Mr. C. [I. Mathis, who | the following officers were elected j I
il Winter: Stock Going at Cost. I(I Liver Oil"is the fat
; -- pursued the burglar, tiring at him I for the ensuing year: scan

BlWlr fonuilj oectfi kj.Tin.,? Afar/. I I several times, but all efforts at capture j Mrs. C. A. Finley, re-elected president take; it will save her.The .

......................"" ..............................I (I proved of no avail. ; Mrs. M. M. Scarborough, 1st !!
; genuine bag thii
..."......."' .... ....... I) I|I Mr. Kearney was of the opinion | ,take no other.If picture OBit
: ice-president Mrs. J. Pets lamer
that the thief was a white man ( ; i you have not tried II, Mod
j though: he Could not state positively. I J2d vice-president; Miss Julia liar- for free sample, lU agreeable

... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .... .... .... .... .... I Mr. T. R. Hodges spent several i -p- -1). Lard, 3d ice-pre-ident, Mrs. H. E.I } 1 taste SCOTT will surprise ft; you.

Ashley's Fruit Standis days in Jacksonville this week. ....... ...... ..... ..... a.AAAA.A. AA.. ilGreen Ij I Stcckbridge I : re-elected recording F Chemists.BOWNE.
409 Pearl St.. N. Y.
5 Best hand I secretary; Mrs. J. L. Turner, treasurer
by the Poatoffice., picked North Carolina Groceries at ..A6ht' 60c. and $1.00
seed pinders at Inmaq & Go's. I ; Miss Josie Potsdamer, col- all druggists.ChambersClark. .
...... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... .". n. Mrs. j8-4t ley's Fruit Stand daily. lector. --
Ed. I
Finley, arrived Hey in man the, nee Miss Mae ..... T..... T ...... .., v..... .... .... ..... ..... -- -,- ------ --- .

city Monday I' >. ..... .... .... ..... ..... .... .... .... .... .... .... Miss Dora
Local News Notes. from Tampa and Is the guest of he- -- D. Clark and Mr. FrankM.
A Pleasant Rec-Ptlo---: ': Chambers were united in the
parents, Capt. and Mrs. C. A. Finley. j DELICATESSEN at holy

Mr. Ed Ashley has made considerable Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Canova gave an I, ) Ashley's Fruit Stand bonds) of matrimony Tuesday at 6:30 .
This weather Is worth ten dollars a entertainment at their hospitable *!! o'clock, at Cooper, this county. Tte

square Inch. his fruit changes and green in the grocery appearance stand on of home, on East Duval street, Tuesday ...... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ... ... ..... ... marriage was solemnized at the homeof

Garden seed of all kinds cheap at Marion street. Stands- have been evening, in honor of their sister, I\'I the bride. The bride,is the beau-

Young's drug store. erected ide the store, and good Miss Adeline Sanderson. Cone-Scarborough. tiful and accomplished daughter of

)[r"I. rt. EdwardS, of Live!, Oak, are shown J off to better'. effect.. The invited guests were Misses I| A very pretty marriage was sol- Mr. J. H. Clark, one of the leading

was In the city Wednesday.Seed 11 t '' Jr' ( Cassie Flint, Josie Turner, Ethel emnized in this city Wednesday at farmers of Cooper.
Mr T C. Carter is
having thevacant'store
\ 110 a. m. at the residence of Mr. and The CITIZEN-REPORTER joins their
peas-,beana>> and corn 'a most : room :repaired at'243 Mobley, Sadie Young, Mattie Vin-I .
at cost at Young'a drug store. North Marion, to zant, Sweetie Perry and Grace'! Mrs. M. M. Scarborough, when their many friends in wishing them a long

preparatory opening Turner, and Messrs. F. H. Young charming and accomplished daughter and prosperous life of uuntenupted
Mrs. D. G. and littleson and
Humphreys a bakery confectionery
I W. V. Casey, Edgar Mobley, H. Ilel- MUi: Ruby, and I:'. P. Cone, were happiness.
in store. Tom is business
the of
are visiting city, guests a hustling young
i venston, Q. B. Staten. L. Dodd and united in the holy bonds that made A Bold Robbery
relatives. man and we bespeak for him a I
Mr. and :Mrs. Ed. L. Greer. them one. Rev. Pixton officiated
Paints, oils, glass, putty and var- liberal patronage.The : The evening was pleasantly spent at the ceremony. All the immediate On last Friday morning Mr. M. L.

nishes in any quantity at Young'sdrug Episcopal lerjfarten school in conversation and some exquisite I j, members of the family of the bride Plympton made the discovery that a

store. building on South Marlon street is music was rendered by the young j were present. Miss Jessie Cone of bold robbery had been successfully

-.Fo$ SALE-Complete kitchen out- completed and the school will ope:1UODdu. ladies present. Benton, suier: of the groom, was aloopresent accomplished at his store the pre-
Miss C. :Martin of I vious night and that goods fully to
fit, a* good as new. For Information Sophie The rooms were tastefully decors There were no other invited
this Va. who has been I the amount of $.' .oo had been stolen.
apply at office. Raleigh
2-l-lt engagedto ted with evergreens and flowers. guests. Immediately after the core
teach the school arrived in the The thief had smashed a hole in
Miss Fannie Hinton is having a At 10 o'clock the guests were incited I mony the bride and groom left in a the glass of one of the front windows

nice cottage erected on her propertyin city Thursday evening. to the spacious and beautifully) carriage tor Benton, the home of and by reaching through had ab-

the northeastern portion of the decorated dining loom, where they the groom, where they will visit rel- stracted all the articles within reach.

city.Miss were served with delicious refresh I ativei.I -Lost-Boy.My -.

Olivia hey, of White Springs, BLISS' SEED POTATOES. ments, consisting of ambrosia, cake, The bride has always resided in
wine, candies and fruits. I son, Arthur Drew Rowe, aged
was among the visitors to the city this city and, as is ever true of those
all varieties, at Ashley's At 11 o'clock the guests bade their li, left home near Providence, F'la.,
Wednesday evening, guest of the graced with such superior qualitiesof
host and hostess good night, with I'
Misses Fruit Stand. I on the night of Jan. 14, 1901. I warns
Turner and Flint. ,ebl-gt many thanks for so enjoyable an mind and charm of manner, if

We carry a large and well-selected ...... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ...... ...... ..... ..... I evening. i j quite popular.The all information people from as employing to his whereabouts him. Any
itockofdrugaand _. was born and raised at
chemicals of all -- ---- groom
kinds ..... ..... ...... ..... ...... .....A .. .... .... .... .... I Benton this county, and moved to thankfully received. S. M.1tovu
anything you want and see Attention is directed to the new I Providence, fc'la.
.adfertUed call at Young's drug store advertisement of Jas. E. Young, on Ashley's Fruit Stand I this city about eight years ago to
.font.- "" I the 8th This \ take up the practice of law. He hasbeen The Lake City Hotel was entered
page. popular dry is the PostoH I
x. Misses Josie Turner and Castile goods, furniture and hardware store by C'c. successful in his chosen profession by.a thief last Fri Jay night and the

Flint returned home Sunday from carries a complete stock that is up- ...... ...,.. ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... .....TPr. I and is considered one of our'most pockets of one of the drummer guests
I brilliant lawyers Last April, was ruled of their contents.
Live _
Oak, where they attended the to-date, with prices ronslsent with II I -- '
when the citizens were casting:; about
street fair and carnival Friday and quality, and it will pay you to give Further Street Imrovements. j' for a suitable man to occupy the j j.ffice STATE or OHIO, CITY or TOLEDO
: .
Saturday.Q. :
them a calLA The street committee of the city of mayor, he was chosen. He LUCAS COUNTY (M
B. Staten & Co. are making im council has ordered that the X700. was nominated without opposition Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the
party consisting of Messrs. J. 'and I I senior partner ot the firm ot F. J. Cheney .t
provements elected,an unprecedented occur- Co.. doing business in the city of Toledo.
the interior furnishings D. Streety J. W, Perry and J. H. which yet remains of the paving i I rence for Lake City. The fact than county and state aforesaid ant that bald
of their store, putting in shelves Ivey boarded the morning train on fund, be expended in putting down> he occupies this high hnd honorable firm will pay the sum of ONe HCNUKBD
DOLLARS for each and of
case catarrh
and boxes to accommodate an increase the S. W.Thursday for the excellent rock side walks, connecting Marion I;, position is sufficient evidence that he that cannot be cured bv every the use of HairsCatarrh
of stock. is held in great esteem. cure!' FRANK i. CBENLV.
and Hernando streets, beginning on
hunting'grounds between | May their live; be long and hap.ty, Sworn before me and subscribed in my
Mr. V. w. Long and party left here and Ft. 'White. They are all I' the south side of public square andI 1 unclouded with sorrow and disap- presence l this kith day ot December A V.

. Wednesday with complete camp famous hunters and will no doubt I continuing to the northern ..cxtremty i pointments. 'I -'- I A. W.GLKASOH,

equipage, for Dead-man's Bay, onwe come back with, plenty of game. I of these streets. _. I j s6Y L J- Notary Public.
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gulf coast, where they will spend Contractor E. L. Snowden com Hall Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
, leveral, weeks hunting and fishing. Mrs. L. M.D.Thompson and daughter 9 an 1 acts directly on the blood and mucous
menced this work Tuesday and it is surfaces of tt.e system. Send for testimonials
Haxell Price, while swinging 'Sun- Mrs. Lee Bigelow, and Mrs. C. now well. under way. The walk on A LOT OF BRICK Sold, tree F. J. CUENEV &Co., Toledo,O.

,. , arm just above the wrist. U. D. C. left Wedn.esdaymorning FOS SALE BY
The little Chapter, being constructed fire feet wide, but
ire, who is the of Mr. for Gainesville to attend
eo. W. daughter, the others will be four feet. S B. THOMPSON. WANTED Reliable man for
Price' u Improving nicely- the state convention U. D. of ('., This is a great improvement ando Manager of Branch Office we wish to

, Smile Jennings left Tuesday 'forNw which opened its session; on that day that is especially needed on the open in this vicinity.. If your recordis
Orleans lnx' 'to Mrs.'Thompsoa. went1'as' O. K. here is an opportunity. Kindly -
,response > tee adelegate, -, 4
.. public square. We would suggest give good reference when
'? ,. tram stating that his father was'sertowly fram"Stonewall chapter. that this walk be continued on lie rBusiness Changes Hands. THE A.T.MottHlsVHOLFSALE writing.HOUSE
ill Five hours later nando street so that the
tele- pavementwill
a Mr, L. O. Tompkins has resignedhis I On last Friday Rogers Bros. closed j CINCINNATI1!, OHIO.
extend all around the
jam was received stating that his equrre. 1 [.Illustrated catalogue 4 cts stamps.
father had position on the night police force I -------- the sale of their large grocery store
died. '
and has been succeeded by Mr. J. B. G. W. Price, the druggist, will refund to Messrs. Ewel and Gordon Brown, I -- --

, The Episcopal church building has fowling, who commenced his duties your money if you are not sat.I two enterprising business men, the i D J. L. NIBLACK.

" ,,been moved to the site purchased by Wednesday night. Mr. .Dowling has 4 iafied after using Chamberlain's ii i first of Lake Park, Ga., and the la tPHYSICIAN i AND SURGEON

the church on South Marion street quite frequently been on the force Stomach and Liver Tablets. They I ter of this city. Gordon will conduct !' $Residue Photo BOo 41,

al will be placed on pillars'and the as'special policeman and has always cure disorders of the stomach, bilIousness -nhe business. lIe is an accommodating Headquarters at WISE Drugstore.! All
left here will be
?_work<<: entirely completed within the done creditable work. He will makean constipation and headache. energetic young man and meritssucceSi. I promptly attended to.
W few days. efficient officer. Price 25 cents. Sample free. -1 / LAKE CITY. FLORIDA.




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:: Council Proceedings. New Court House a 4dr T t9mrti,2'r: ; T Y '!9T T> aRTc'cYerL s.T !" ;

; SORES MIDULCERS Council Chamber, ) :i} Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Fire! I IIt

Lake City, Fla., Jan. 28, 1901. f I j| ection IWJ, Revised Statutes of

: Conncil met, President Henry pre- :,: Florida, that the Board of County comes like a tblef.both day and night and
f Present Aldermen Inman :' You cannot afford to run the risk without
siding. :
: Commissioners of Columbia county, ;
rent the very Best Insurance ('umJ
.'! Sores and Ulcers never*become. chrome Mosely, Parker Piympton and HogI i I Florida, will, at their regular meet- Insuring your property. Prompt 1
of all Losses guaranteed.
Unless the blood is in poorc ndition-h I ers. !i i ng: on the first Monday in March, ing policy as usually :

sluggish steak and unable to throw oil I ,The mayor informed council that I j I: 1901, consider the question of erecting I Offices 105 Eeni&do St.,
the poisons that accnniulate in it. The the officers of the State Board of -- :1
j court house for said county. : T. R. HODGES. -*
system must be relieved of the unhealthy I
matter through the sore and great danger Health suggested that vaccination i I| Done and ordered by said board at ..'Hqs...... rt.'iJl.3.? l" 1 SPf
;', to life would follow should it heal before 1 1I be required to prevent the spread of, their regular meeting! held on the I' ,
! the blood has l>eeir made pure and healthyand 1 1j smallpox. I lest Monday in January, 1901.

all impurities eliminated from the sj's- An ordinance then presented ; R. T. BOOZER, Chairman. f
tern. S,S.S. begins the cure by first cleansing I
aud invigorating the blood, buildingup and read, whereupon Aid. Borersmoved Attest I To the Farmers
the general health and removing from that it te adopted. The j M. M. SCARBOROUGH,
j Clerk of said Board.
the system ordinance then read three time who are
all morbid i Lake, City, Fla., January 8th, 1901.
effeteulatter.UPON! THE SYSTEM. and on motion of Aid. Rogers put | ,

\Vbeu this,has been accomplished the discharge upon its passage. The vote was aye. Now that she has finished her Tsew Cold :
gradually ceases, and the 'resident Aids. Inman. Mose-
sore 01 Henry, ,
| book E. Wilkins will take a
ulcer heals. It is the tendency of these old '
ley, Parker, Plympton and
indolent sores to grow worse and worse, turn atmarrjing. MR. O. A.
and eventually to destroy be bones. Local Ayes 6, nays 0. ROgers'j' I
applications, while soothing and to some I The president discussed Wishes to announce that he is increasing
extent alleviate pain,cannot reach the seat 1 nance passed and it was certified to i| Notice of Divorce. I and putting in Cold Storage rooms !
of the trouble. S. S.S.does,and no matter ,I ,the who signed it and returned j II! IN THE THIRD JCDICIAL CIRCUIT to receive HAMS, SHOULD
how apparently hopeless your condition, mayor i Court. of Florida in and for Columbia I' Storage at
even though your constitution has broken ; it. i Count}

down, it will bring relief when nothing II ORDINANCE 113. I I I Sarah Murray.IS CHANCERY Complt I SITTING --r

else,can.. It supplies the rich, pure blood Ce it ordained by the Mayor and I vs > Bill for Divorce. I
to heal the and nourish Gabc Murray. Deft }
necessary sore P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR
Aldermen of the of Lake
the debilitated, Mr.J. B.Talbert,Lock Box 2JS.U innna.Miss, City, Fla : cause mat the defendant Uabe Murray I'll i ij !
says "Six years ago my kg from the knee Id I j not a resident of jhe state ot Florida. and "
the foot was one solid sore Several physician Section 1. That all persons within II that his re"hklJt"e is unknown and that thereis I
treated me and I made two trips to Hat Springs,, the town of Lake City, Fla., are no person in the state the service of subpoena .
but found no relief iwastiiductdlotry S S S, .on whom would bind the said defendant
and it tattle complete cure. I have been a perfectly hereby required to be vaccinated, I Gabe-Murray It is therefore ordered I
well man ever since" that the said drirndantGabeMurray. bean ...LAKE CITY.
1 is the only purely vegetable whenever required by a health officer i is hereby required to appear to toe bill ot
blood and refusing to bs complainant herein tiled on the First Mon A PLEASURE TO
punfiel person
March. D. the
day in A. iMil. same being
S(SS known-contains no vaccinated shall, upon conviction the 4th day ot aid month and rule day CALL ON UE BEFORE SENDING
poisonous minerals to I flxed by order of the clerk ot the court, and
I before the be tined not ex- I
ruin the and mayoy in default thereof a decree pro confesso will
digestion I be entered the said lisle e Murray as
i add to, rather than relieve your suffer ceeding five hundred dollars, or be j! provided bv law -
,, ings. ,If your flesh does not heal readily imprisoned not exceeding sixty days. Witness the Honorable John F. White. I
when scratched bruised i Judge of said Court. as'also M. M. Scarbor
or cut,your blood 'I Sec. 2. That any parent, or guarre ough. Clerk and tbe seal ot said court at
is in bad condition and any ordinary so I the court huu"o in Lake Florida this
dian who shall
; is apt to become chronic. v prevent the vaccination 17th day of December laua sjtstiir:
Send for our,free book and write oni of any child, when required, 1 SEAL-'- M.Clerk M. >SCARBOROUGH Circuit Court. ;

physicians about your case. We make. nocharge shall upon conviction be punished as i -.-
for this service.-- ,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA. prescribed in section one. <: ,
On motion the mayor was author- -- -- I

zed to such health officers I Oo !
he who will .
as can secure act without ,
' KodolDyspepsia
l Manuscript of tk. Book .1' compensation. !
,: llur DM O U ll eoerd !& "i Passed by the council Jan. 28,1901 :

.. IlllauU. 0 1 I J. E. llKNKV, Pres't.
{i AttestV.. M. IVES, ('jerk.n Cure I t -

, ..' Considerable excitement has bee I API ro;ed Jan. 28, 1'Ul.! If you do-and every
created recently in southern Illinoioter
, a din-overy-made by Marshal Pen-s I C. P. COXE, Mayor. Digests what you eat. | we cau save 'ou"money
: There! is tftlifference
rod, who lives on a farm close to the It artificially digests the food and aids j.
Village of Uougola, in Colon county, The campaign against liquor in Nature in strengthening and reconstructing : Neat and artistically'
says the Chicago Inter Ocean. Pen rodin Kansas is lynch law directed against the exhausted digestive or- is an advertisement for

'i digging a black stump out of a potato property instead' life-only that i gang. It is the latest discovered digest. ness, commands

field, close to his residence, found and nothing more. No matter on'' ant and tonic. No other preparation that the merchant is
a tune *hich was about foot long and ; can approach it in efficiency. It in
eight inches in diameter. The peculiar which side be the moral right, the :: stantly relieves and permanently cures I to-date as a business maQ.On
method is illegal and therefore i Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn the other hand "
shape of the stone, which resembled j, ,
pocketbook, attracted his attention wrong:; -The strong hand is substi-1| Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea. is a great deal worse th

and tuted for legal procedure and there- i Sick Headache,Gastralgia.Crampsand at all.
npon close examination he found all other results of imperfect digestion.
carted on its face in English the fol fore Judge Lynch is on the bench Prlce5Oc.and It. Large site contains m times A blurred smeared up pirn.'I
3 lowing words: "This stono contains the representatives of the law are small size.Book aU about dJspepsuuwoUed1ree tion on a man's

the original manuscript of the book of set at defiance and therefore an attack I' Prepared ty E. C DcWin.A i age of good workmen,

the Mormon Joseph Smith." Ls made on the community as !I ery and artistic type,
11 The
of time had
ravages apparently 1
a whole. Now we shall see whether why merchants should
) a; made little headway on the stone, and
lynch law in Kansas is to be condemned rrravsrr rrrrr. rrtrrrrrr rrrr rrrtr ir.t -
upon close examination ne found the ( i
stone was hollow. A hole had been as harshly as lynch law in i 1 Three Papers Week E -

drilled entirely through it, and at both tile South. Lay on MacDuff. W6 6an
ends red cedar plugs had been driven. I i Do '

Upon removing one of the plugs, several Pneumonia Can be Prevented. I FOR ABOUT The I
sheets of paper, containing writing : -'"
in hieroglyphics that could not be deciphered This disease always results fr.mi a3: |E We have had

I ) were found. The characters cold or an attack of the grip and ( :| This paper and the Atlanta | business and think years we

l I of are ancit'ntfiting.|>f<' following. no known line may be prevented by the timely use I | Twice/a-Week Journal for tl work is, and just how to
At the bottom of the last lof Cough HemedY'i a office is well equipped
page was That $1.50f [
found written in English: "The finder remedy was extensively used f I artistic type and
during the
i epidemics of La Grippe : f
of this
I manuscript will deliver the we are prepared to turn
during tne three | Here you get the news of |
I ; same to the, ciders of the Mormon past years not best class of printing
Lurch. The stone still: remains with I a single case has ever been reported j j I the world and all your local | dispatch.

Mr. 1'rnrod, and already communication that did not recover or that resulted J news while it is fresh, paying t We
I' I are not unknown
has been made with the Salt Lake in pneumonia, which shows it to be a I | very little more than one | y Lake

. church, giving the incidents of the find. certain preventive of that dangerous I paper costs Either paper is City ; we have

It is thought the Mormon church will disease. Chamberlain's Cough 1 well worth $1.00, but by spe- I in the past and are now

II take steps at once to secure the stone Remedy has gained a world wide | cial arrangement we are enabled than ever to give them
and also the manuscript. | to in both for their money in the
reputation for its cures of colds and put of thorn, |
. 5 solicit a share of the
Saving Sandy. : grip. For sale by Geo. W. Price. giving three papers a week t
"I can't see," said the shoe clerk -- ---- | for this low price. You can- public and guarantee'
boarder, "why a Scotchman should I | not equal this anywhere else best printing and in the
Keep on ,
'hae' for 'hate.' hammering at that state | |
say and
pride 4 and this combination is the I up-to-date styles.
"It is his economical disposition. question. Take your merchant ;
| best
premium for
I lIe saves a 'v' every time he does so," roundly to task if he ends out of 4 those who \

' said the Cheerful Idiot.-Indianapolis Florida for those things he can buy | want a great paper and a *
Press. in the state-be home paper. Take these and F
sure to hang your 'II :| will *
you keep with the fit
neighbor to the first Prices tHe
Keeps Good Time, Too. i pine tree if he I I times. Ei I
Phunniboy-I see they're having a'l reads a Georgia paper to the exclusion : Besides general news the
big sale at the penitentiary to-day. of one published in iorida. || ice-a-Week t I '!
I Journal has
Daffe Ladde-Bargain sale? What i j Praise home institutions and pat- | \ | j
:I much agricultural matter
In? Letter
| roni/e them.-Times-Union and Cit- \ and other | Bill and
articles of
Phunniboy-They're special t
giving a watch :! i zen. -j1IOV
I and chain with every suit.-Denver I interest to farmers. It has \ Statements
Times :I regular contributions by,Sam |

TO CURE THC GRIP. i 4 Jones, Mrs. W. H. Felton, I Tags, Cards,

Remain quietly at home and take I | John Temple Graves, Hon. -

: : Chamberlain's Cough,Remedy as di- i | C. H. Jordan and other distinguished Programs,

( reeled and a quick recovery is sure '* writers. t

l ( 1: to follow. That remedy counteracts j | Call at this office and leave your | Visiting, and

r3 'o'i Noi j any tendency of the grip! to result in 4 subscriptions for both papers, You C

I crop j Pneumonia, which is really the only I i :: can here get a sample copy of either paf Ball Programs,
I d per on application.
I aftf' serious danger. Among the tens of ; f
c'Q e roaa + can be thousands w ho have used it for the a< ***** .***fTttT**
grownjwithoutl j grip not one case has ever been ref Pamphlets} Tie

; i f ported that did not recover. For ,-

i I ,{ = ...r' Potasb. :: sale by Geo. W. Price. 1x Punch-out ";

i 13\\ I. Supply': Some men shout their virtues and 'J'lookt
: x, \ enough Potash ;: the motive behind the shout liIU that t

!1 ;a I and your i hot place with many inhabitant x E =Wtork a ;

fY4. profits will be
I ee
] Report show a greatly increased .
,i :E s large without I death I
; rate from throat and lung CURE ; Prompt Ito

f., i k i Potash your I'I troubles, due to the prevalence of SAFE SURE -

croup, pneumonia and grippe. We t; CURE YOURSELF I Mail d
[: crop will be advise the use of One Minute Cough 1, uer..rase..r.+.....a.w II'

"scrubby." Cure in all of these difficulties. It is .c.t c,......T. U.S.OSUGGiTIt C .. tr.. ;
.BBS Our looks, teDmg about composition of fcrtOizen ;i the only harmless remedy that gives ( .n,..r...u The Reporter 1 1IdU
adapted for all creia, an free to all former.. immediate I
GERMAN KALI WORKS, results. 'hildren like it. '
n3 Nassaa St,New Yurk. i A. R. Wi-e. x ,
For sale by George. Price. j

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CHURCHES. Plant System. i

.iii 11 DON'T STAND' ob- III!
T. W. Moore pas-
ETBODIST-Rev. The Great Through Car Line From Florida. '
Sunday at 11a. '
Preaching every 'I'I.j
Mlle __
schoolat _
m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday CONNECTIONS : >_ =
pworth League 4:00: I IIII
9:30 a. m. =
Sunday. Prayer meeting To The Atlantic Coast Line via ( Charleston Richmond and f
p. m.Wednesday every evening at 7:45. The East Washington. i \i i\ND iIII iI/I/ !
The Southern Railway, via Savannah Columbia and ) = ._ I '
ADVENT-Services every Sunday 11 Via All Rail Washington. fl // KIGK \ SJ :

a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 10a. II! I \S Ii IiII
meeting Tuesday The Southern Railway via Jessup Atlanta, Chattanooga I I
m. Prayer II a4 IIi 1' the poor Printing you have been .
evenings 8 o clock. To West 1 The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.The il.t\,!I using when You can get the Bestjust
Columbia and Ashville.
The Southern U'y via Savannatf, I Our prices
t as easily as \nx>r. are
xpAIrRev. Curtis Grubb rector. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
EpI 4 \) reat-onably consistent with upto-date I I jr js I1
tod 3rd and- 4th d
Preaching I
r tii t-class work.'e are prompt. %
month at 11 a. m. II j\n/ 1\\ >
Sundays in each for New :
To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company Avoid further! trouble and annoyance
and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school at The E as t York Philadelphia and Boston. A! by sending us a Trial Order. I
9:30 a. m.pRFSBYTERIANRev. I 1 Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation
I Via Steamship. ] Company for Baltimore. ,, 1I1 IIIII
J. C. Timms -' -- -. THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE. 1111j4 I IIII !
pastor. Preaching every Sundayat ToWEY WEST) H. L. DODD PROPRIETOR. I
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday and } Via Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. :
School 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting HAVANA. J i l tT 1
Tuesday afternoon at 1 ,I L
every I To Nova Scotia,) a'Ts3 T7xY% TY-. "- 1eml.mJ:
o'clock. T RTZEZ Zl' TT2 ZT;; T-t' ZET
and Plant Steamship
1 Atlantic
Cape Breton, Via Boston and Canada,
'' & Prince EdLine for Halifax Hawkesberry and Charlottes n. : /
AP'l'IST-Rev. M. M. Wambolt pas wards Island. J i
Preaching 1st. 3d and 4th Sun
.tor. month. Sunday school Winter Tourist Tickets will be on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern I' Pianos JAcBscI MPBELA.
days in Western and Southern States to all Florida Resorts via Plant SYStem. during the season; '
9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Thurs WCO-lWl limited to return until Way Slit with liberal stop-over privileges In Florida- |I '
day evenings at 7:45. Ladies Helping Addresses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned. be liberally i "OLD RELIABLE."
Band meet every Monday even- supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter. I Organs I Established In 1378.

ing at 3 o'clock. for luToruutloiTas to Hates Sleeping Car Reservations, etc.,call on or write to i

r JOLLY.Division Passenger Agent. _
CITY OFFICIALS. U8 \V.Bay Str., Astor Block, Jacksonville. Fla. Kimball Whitney Hinze.
W. B. DUB A..Gen'l Superintendent .)). W. WBESS Pass.Traffic Mgr.. ,
bavaanan. Ga. --
MAYOR.-F. P. Cone

CLERK&TREASURER.-ir.M. Ivrt.ASSESSOR. ___ u .Vll kinds of Small Instruments and Trimming?. Easy Terms. Low Prk es.
Send for Free Catalogues and full information.RAILWAY .
.-W. Ii: Phillip I


MARSHAL.-W. T. Strange.ALDERMEN. i i J -
J. E. president DIRECT LINE..;
Henry, ;
1 India Short Line. Vestibuled Limited
and West :
S. L Berry, M. L. Plympton, O. K. 'Florida ...Q TIMI

Parley J. E. Inman, J. E. Young, Trains. Double Daily Service : SOUTHERN oICK :j

1:. F. Jlogert. I
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COUNTY OFFICERS. I Lv Jacksonville........! 4.i p, 4 25 Pi Lv Jacksonville-----------------9!- 4Ua 1-10 p' BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
.\ :tAr ..lrnandlna.n 3U a 905 SiII I Ar II a; 11:5 P
TY.JLTDGE-W. 31. Ivei. Hi Everett___-___.-...-I: 3dpl93ip.P .....P. I ... Waldo_ ____m.._..... 1 I....... 11 J5a 1035pI I NEW YORK,
( Ar Savannah__.____. ,..---.. I Games\llle......1 i ......I. Ip'.1
SHERIFF-W. If. Hancock. \ Ar .Fairfax__._.__ 3 SlIp! sola....... | "Cedar l eY..m'.m___ 6 : | -- CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, >
l'LERK-M. M. Scarborough. Ar Denmark__.....__. 4 15 pi S 51 a "-"''- Silver pringm .....i ......' liTpii '
L. Turner. Ar Columbia_______. & 31 ..I 1 36 a------ F i OcOlla..n 1_..._.. 1 41 P 12 5S a !
'f&KASURER-J. I Ar Camdea___._..._.. 735p!, II 41 a--: _.. \ \Vildwoud------- ___.-.. 233p| ssoa i ATLANTA, 1
ASSESSORB. Brown. ArSo Pines_...._...._. 3111p 4 3D a MEMPHIS
Jone ......._... 1iallrla1"Tavares52Jai I ,
COLLFL'TOR-C. -II. L. I Ar Ar Raleigh port.mouth.u.u-- W aI: S50p....... 1. "Orlando.__. __._____.___, 00'''' 5Up! tI/a CHATTANOOGA
SCPT. PuBLIC INSTRUCTION Ar Richmond Va..._ 5 War S Winter Park.----__.. .m' ., 547p j
, Avant. Ar Washington___ !. 8 35P1.m.... Dade City...__..._...., ......' 3upi l 4 I I LOUIS KANSAS CITY
. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ./?. T. Booz- Ar BaI more.... .mn'-III uta91 35pi---. --- I 1 "Plant City.._...... _' ....: 4 411) !o "3a'I ST. ,
Frank Smith Qeo.A. Ar Philadelphia..... is 30 pi d S6 ai.-; .. I Tampa-----------------' _u .; SJUp'6JUa! : '
1 I &., chairman Smithson;,T. W. Qetzen and A. Ar:_New, _York..:.....__....1 SU3p.6ual.{ -. --. And all Points East and WasLfl

Lv Columbia_.__.... ___00' II ::= 1 *(nneetion made at Fernandina
, F. Rumph. W. T. Ar .hbevtUe__.._..__ .".... I 3Ua\---.. : : with Cumberland Route steamers :I t f
i BOARD Henry, chairman; .S. L. Berry and Ar Ar Jnclnna Chlcago___._----.1, 1 :: -...,....-- i'1.leaving Fernandina l:_O p.Brunswick m. daily I W NO SERVICE OTHER LINE LIKE AFFORDS THIS. t)
__ Sunday, arriving
" Wi e.COURT. except t
J.Jf. WEST Dh. A N.O. -a i. 1 15 m. \
__ p. :
i CALENDAR. Lv Jacksonville.-- ..--..-. 730 P 930 a -- -- THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, r .
Ar Lake City......_00........... 9 13 3ua I, for I
J Live Oak__.____..___- U DO p I*. 19 p tLeave Fernandina Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.
5 Third Judicial Circuit of Florida- MadUon___________ 10 Mp 1 I tip i i vllle 7:40 a. w. and .:40 p. m.
Judge, John F. White Live Oak, Won cello_.._.__._.__ 1110 a SLip THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL,' \
I M TbomasTllle..__.____ loo a :
Fla. .Montgomery,.........-.-.. 8 10 a -___-_ Arrivals at Jacksonville I from north Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. i iIi
f State's Attorney L. E. Robinson "St. LOuis___.......__ T44A10U .... j & east No. ., at Y.IO a. w.: No: 31 at
t Jasper "Tallahassee___.....__..,- SIp From the wet No.2. :!.;
Fla.SPRING ," __.___ 1 : 3. m. : Ii 1 THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED i.I {i.
TERM. I vercJanction _._, ._ ". ;s.'P No, 4,1'50 a. m. From the south
PenaacolaMobile. ______..-..._ ii- : i: .' \N444, at Y.30 a. m., No. tin at 3.iJ.J I Via Jeiup. I II
7. Jasper, Hamilton county, 4th Tues- __' .--...-... .-- ---- "'uro\, I
' day in January. New Oilcan'------------------------- 74UJ :I' I THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS, .

. Llv? Oak, Suwanee.county, 2nd Tues- I Via Jesup/ \
! day in May. No. 4-1. solid Testibuled train between Jacksonville and New York, including I rI

Lake City Columbia count, 4th mail, baggage and express cars, day coaches, dining cars and I Through VMtlbuled Trains,* Pullman Drawing Room I I

Tuesday in May. through Pullman sleepers between Tampa and New York, Atlanta and I Sleeping Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Cars. l,
Mayo Lafayette county, 2nd Tues- Nashville. Nos. 31 and 44 carry Pullman bullet sleeping cars hetween Jack "
day in June. sonville and Tampa. .
Perry. Taylor county Is Tuesday No. 6H, solid vestibuled train, consisting of day coaches, mail, baggageand I Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and ClneUnaU, 0.",
ApriL. express cars between Jacksonville and Washington and Pullman via Asheville, N.C., and Knoxville, through "THE LAND OP THE SKY.

Madison, Madison county 2nd Tues sleeper between Jacksonville and New York. i iI.

day in ApriL Nos. 3 andI, Pullman buffet sleeper Jacksonville and St. Louis via Through Trains via Southern Railway are BOW Operated \

PALL TEEM.. !Mbnticello Thomasville and Montgomeiy. .: la Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville. ,
Steamers for Key West and IJa\"ana-NIt. makes connection at Port I
Jasper, Hamilton county 4th Tues- Tampa with steamers leaving Momla\s. Thursdays and Saturdays.Nos. I "
day in August. 2 and 1. steep between Now Orleans and Jacksonville. i SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS it Very Los Rites ei Slit Jm 1 to Sept. 30,1 900

Live Oak,Suwanee county 2nd Tuesday E. ST. JOHN V. E. M'HKE, B. S. ALLEN,
in November. let V.-P. & G. M. (;tu'l Sap't: Gen. Pass. Agent. I for rates,Mbcdulei and InforouUon,till on or addressW. I II
Lake City, Columbia county 4th Portsmouth, Va. T. COSBY,f. P. A.,
Tuesday in November. I m West Bay Street,Jacksonville II*. _
A. O. MACDONELL, Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent Jacksonville, Fla. I
Mayo, Lafayette county 2nd Tues If. GULP W. A. TURK 8. H. HARDWICt,
day in December. -- -- I Tufflo Manager, Gen.Put.Agt., Aut.Gen. Fu*.Aft, \
Perry:Taylor county, 1st Tuesday in : WMUogton.D.C. Washington D.C. AUaalaGa. I

Madison October.Madison county 2nd..-Tues, GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. :... -- r -I.:

day in October. ,




I Subject to change without public notice. I


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I Dixie Ql: clt STATIONS. Quick I Dixie ,
Flyer hlel Step Flyer

U55p m U DJ a III l.v.. .:.. .... al..tI\\r"4 Ii' \i in 4 IUa III .
116 a lit 1.5.i pili.... ... ...Unlidilll'l. .. ................ 2 Pf p 116 252:1. m137,1m I \ of all that is Correct in
1 '.) pili... .. ... ...Vienna ... ....... .... .... 22-. 'in :2ZIain i
1 53a III J l't: 40 p m 'r..lllr.lcI.l\ : \.IU l: a III153a I Stylish Dressing for
111 UJp CI .'.... .. .... .Ar 2 r4 1.1I1 2 Ir a ru Fine \
} :! 3da 111 25111' 111 .... .. .. ... t.hhunt..i 1:0: ,p m 13.a rata I \ BOYS
10 3 30 1' 111 Ar..... .. .... 1'iftuu............. ... 1't .i: p rat 1 tIOa III HATS, LADIES, GIRLS, MEN,
:3 Ua III 33111.11I Lv.1 ... ..... ....... 12 'ii 1' III 12 f.i a III&Iii i!
3 4 III 4 051'11I ......... Iark .... .... ..... .....12r.I.1II 12 22 a mS SUITS, and CHILDREN.
57 a 111 4 Id p iii .......... ...... ....:. ." ;Z,1 u lit 12 11 a iii41)a I
m 5rol rat Ar.... ... .\.al.IO"I8..I.v 1110\ H ;)1' III OVERCOATS, i The Largest Stock and
TlADl MA" 4 40a 111 5l6p III \............ : '\ ......:........ 1111):111U 3.'ip III5Ma1l1 II
6 mp III .......... .Ja l't.r..... .... .... .. . IOIL'iu 11I03tp IIII I UNDERWEAR Variety.
6011 ru 636 p m .. .......Whild S iring i... .... ... ... UJ:! a. III 1003 pili II
I 621)I 11:701Jp: m Ar..I.aI.l'iIV..I.\ IJltltu III 94011111IS and BEST QUALITIES
BALKE'8 ..a.I III 7 21p 111 .Lv.... ..... Lake City..... .... .... ..Ar.'-1100 A 1\1 II :!III' 1\1 I ,
7 ro I m II :!SI' m --- .SaIll"cCity...... .... ... .. 750 1& III II on P 11IN FURNISHINGS.LADIES' .
.. ... ..... ... 37. 7 G and always
a iii S :.7 p i. -..... .......B..mpll 7 III 521' n.
9158 m' 94.) p III Ar..J.alatka .. .. .. .. .I.v U 2' :l1ll U 401' I" I the
43a 11\ 7 :''J) p 111 ... .... .. ... ..... 8 flUft III II. :'Op III8Wlm Underskirts, Under LOWEST
8351'II 'iAr......... .::; .onl'ily.... .. .. -\r\ 7 40a III I a,l' III855am Waists,
9301'11I ...... .... Gainesvife..l.i. 64; alll 700:011II I wear, Hosiery,
Capes, Fine Neckwear and A

Via Macon,C of 0 n\. N C .t St L Ky. Ill Cent R R and connections.

SOFTENED BY ACE. IIUllam U-lUpln I.v. .. ..... ... Lake .: ........ .... 6Ou IU 7 WI'II: I I Boys' and Children's Supp'ies,
4 15 P III 4 10 Ii n: Ar........ ..... .Macon........ .. ....I.v IL ai P III 11 20a 111 SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS,
7 35p IU 7 25a III \&.... ....... .. ..... ......I.v 831)1.111 7508 III
Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Expotitkmr'Is 1 ooa 111 1 m p III Ar..fhatlanno...... ....Lv 25)1' III 30.)8 III640a UNDER*EA3 andFURflSHINGS.
< m 65.)1)1I Ar..Nashville....... .. ... J.9101' III OJOp IIIj20lpm a
the'best and 7168 IU Ar... .... ... I-itLoui".L\/ 84tl.1II 1116311I"OOp C. 0 0. ShipTeats Jlri lIege G' enmining before.
: purest "' MAIL RUERS Siren ;ue.I
11\ d'a III ........ .... inlllll.... .. .-. ..I.lL 1101) 11\ 00a I lying
Rye Whiskey sold 91 p m (17 ix) a mr ............Chca Q..1.v 100., III I III. .. .. I SAVANNAII, GA. -.

In the South.R.F.RALKE&CO Where no time is slinnn I train ln not fop.
Tra'us Xoti.S and 4 the "Dixie Fljer" have through sleep between i>t Louis SIo.
and fkton\ile.] Fla. via\'aldosa. and through parlur sk-ciiiii, ; car an I oath between -
,Proprietors,I Macon and Pjlatka. "|>on lor the recp|>noii of pasNeajcr ii. Unio-i Di'pot. Marun B. H. & B
t ONC1NNAT1U.S.A. 9:30 p lu. and remains in Vaeon I'uion iVpot on relm-n until 7:30 a III. anti tan be Levy r0.
occnnied until that tlOll'
d4eio -.1W to out kMd efflc win fc. WILLIAM CHEt-KLEY Siuw C. P. Fisn.
aged hoiM Vice Prexidenl Agent Lake (Ity. ,Fbi.C. .
eau aslant awdlla4 4Wribat.w
B. RHODES. 11 any UI-RSS, <
Ol'II'll'ass Agent i. ..roll.Ga. F V A Jacksonville "Is.

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J* :j 8 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER- Estalbished, ]_ ; 1874

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I The L. & N. R. R. + + . .

: Peons through cars to Pensacola, : .
r Mobile and New Orleans, to Birmingham -- is easy to make mistakes I
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Nashville and St. Louis, to in the treatmentof _
Df I .
. '. ; Louisville, Cincinnati and Evans-1 I croup,'and mistakes -1 I 11.1" !. fJt ,' '
h.I ville and to Chicago without leaving ,j mean the sacrifice of \ r i

t F'3 I train. For rates, schedules and'' Ii r little lives. .

! I slee"illg-car| reservations write to*or':' \;::) Foley's >Iloney and Tar is 4 1 1.. : ; 4

'2 I caUon 1 ..... nnconditionaiV guaranteed by .
. : every rlr>: jfi* to cure croup, .
, B. II. HOPKINS, Fla. Pass. At.2Urt C". colds and to
(ujrjvi"5 cough, The Great Question.
West flay Street, ....." / -CJ- prevent aietitsrxiia, which so 0 .

Jacksonville, Fla. \ -- often i>ii.o-a 'liseases: of little .. ;' '
is Jpv'j the It
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: j t Nimalay ve yon i-: ;i- Iii!:
{': C. I* STO.NE, (J. P. A., ;-, l'lll folks. B>efft accept a substi your fhr.lwLtc.lnh ihc "que.tionwark' evil ilisapia! -
:. I I 1'.lf l and you'll hair aura "t your tlniUrs yf:. MIMU-V ->avi-j" "
I Louisville: Ky. i ; m I tute. Itii cost a life. Foley's our jtrongekt point A I'mp! fxrx-rienfe has taught u- tn.t" J
, '_. _.__ f II 111 Honey and Tar is guaranteed. O iruq.aTin Iy. and.enividv tlK-saThiz; t".'iibyou.O .

J. hers of Frostburjr, MJ-, .,-. 1 1 t1l! r I It Miss MAMIE $:YfTB. Middlesboro. ; -J:
writes: I had a very bad attack of \ ;.. Kentucky writes: N Mr little sister
kidney complaint and tried Foley'sKidney I, : If.:! I had the croup very bad. I gate her 4" 0
c. L4 r', several doses ut FoleT's Honey and Tar .
Cure which gave me Immediate -! "R and she was iuslaulljr rclieted. It .
relief. I was perfectly cured I ]JJ. saved er. e." 'I .
after taking t\\'o. hottli-s." Take no I I 4 ;<'1"\.:.."--__ 4
: substitute: G. \\ Price, druggist.: For cuts, bruises or sores BANNER SALVE is best. ''\!: ri. ,

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Notice I Sold by Gee. W. Price. ; .

:4 I I Is hereby siren that (30)) thirty days from i p Garden and Farm Implements
:l this date 1 will on behalf ot the stateot : -
?1 Florida, issue tax deed to K. M. Douglas tor
: the following described lands. to-Wit: 4 and Builders'! Platerial.o'
{,i The SK M ut NK It and N H ot SE !4 ot SecUon3i'rp4S !I FireS torn) Tornado and Cyclone Insurance. i .
;1 R 1st East lio acres; and sw I i.
;;11 S of Nand NW '4 of SW qr and E V; ot I -
J I, embraced In certificates Nos. STi and 377. I' ,.::.-..-,- '"
Witness my hand and seal. Dec. 21st, A. D. COMPANIES nEPn SExnD"""' -
"- ;, 1!>Qii. ,
.. "i I M. M. SCARBOBOBCH, Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. ;
,. ':.!: .:SEAL V f Clerk Orcuit Court Office: Up-stairs Vinzant Block. I JAS. E. YOUNG ;

:1 I Chalker & Small .1 V i
.. J. I). CALLAWAY, I Agts. 0. Dry Goods Hardware Furniture.L. .


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i ti]: Lake City. Fla. ,, r -

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: ;1 A Bona-Fide Salary. $20

ij' $12 -Weekly.Men .

j and women to appoint agents! and Teachers and Prospective Teachers
[:c i.'I.rVM'nt U'.. Mime to Ire'd other, _
i iP fur.tuc.ll work il! weekly salary and
t xjwiisrx. (itl rst.thHsljt'd house. will Uml Review Classes at the Lab-
] I j-i,."'t IKIIII.IIKIU |,iMtlim:;. tap),{ lily follei-r.
,l\amvmrnt and inrrcasc ot wares.Write .

at oe.iwri.Ki Address.& AUF.R. = $20 COVERS flLL EXPENSES ..* :ic .o
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dT IVll 1C.: NLU 11\\EN.CJNN.e .
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'"'" escort railroad fare tor me term.
,I -j; Send for Circulars to

JewelryA / I ::1 W. F. YOCUM. Lake City, Fla. i iV .
.' 't Staple /J
I TT. ',' v ;
$ Look at HIP next ten iwoiile you i ig
."- I
; meet and see how much i.s worn ot .I iI
'1Il the "-rallfd jrwrlry. From a I iI t
1 Sfltiotw wectidiau to a live cent I .
I stick pin. Jewelry has come tu
.1 l lie a staple article ot drt'.... You i 13r3 rt7if b 5s u3i5uztt S i; tTcis'.03 !'bti7e7t+3rtY + :;3 : 'sTr61
I will buy \11 lOre or less of it; see
that you pet what" you pay tor g THE GRIFFINQ BROS. CO.'S I Ii

ot when this you it you buy.will You buy can ot be sure ,'I t' SUMMER I-IEAT i :I !E N T FR'UIT Descriptive aaA Illustrated CatfuguTclfc

P. B. Summers : (
C The thermometer will loon tic climbing to the Summer fi. } } PROFIT What to Plant and Flow to Crow and ...11
Coinmbia Ha. : ket the Great
City I I heat mark. You will oon wishing: you could .OR
I, who has a lull assortment of the j contrive You .to get along that awtully but range. i1. t ..Mooejr Making Fruits of the SoataV.Peaches .
W. F.MAIN IX goods. K\erv article can.J7v 8--. I *.
I ot these Is Pears: Plums, Persimmons,
I. goods fully warranted -
i to be exactly as represent- I';I j p A i. Higtfflrade. Trees, KnlTrccsCraocs, Figs, Satonmaand uthecOnn t .f
ed. A printed guarantee to this BLUE F O : 'iKon Citrus Trifuliatil ::Stuck Orna
l I' effect i.i given with each artiDle i Low Prices, menial Trees, Roes and everything for Uw 6. ':
ot these goods purchased at their I O pontes orchard or garden. Addreu G
...,-< store. I O Blue Flame makes an ideal heat for cooking- quick. '
:i convenient and economical. \Ve have Stove you want O !i | ...CATALOGUE FREE... The 6r iffing Bros. Co. I
W. F.
: MAIN CO. I It costs but little and is a great lalior saving device. I ,
,11 Eastern Factory cor. Friendship and i'I'O All sizes-with without cooking.utensiK ..
'I Eddy !Sirs.. Providence. K. I. Western I O Narrates and Test Grounds :atMacclenoy POMONA NURSERIES, ; ;-
Ii Factorylargest Jewelry Factory in I g Fla. Jacksonville
II the world) ta..tIowa l'llyluwa. Over I ; '
I 52.0ml teet ot door space. d7-l'K! ) + .'" O ; M-M+ + CO .

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j' Try You 'i
:d DENTIST, I i'I an can
Mlice upstairs in the rear of 1'l ice'sirl iri0 "Iron
I .. Store. L""E ('1TY. 1'14 :I < Afford NOT HIGHEST

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: "inT Fla. Lake City, FL a. !:


r.." 1" ATTORNEYS .IT LAW. "' 0 I husbands make the

: '" LAKE CITY A JASPER, FL.l .\. Ii best husbands and 1
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Will do a general practice in State and : Have Better Meals, and the CooK a PettT Temper.
$1 Federal courts. Collections and conveyancIne. their food can best
c f hake City office: Second floor Vin- I carry the most com pie line of Crockery. Queens- i
!s 'a xtntIlpick dl tW-tvr. O ware and Tin-ware in the city. Just what you want- : Be prepared on the '" _
: prices the lowcsvi
E'7 : : considering quality ot goods.
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\ i t. R. HODGES 'if i ; Tin-Room and Gutterlnn a Specialty. o NewEnterprise -- --=

Attcarhey ut Law nncl So-

I .t i llcitor. in Chancery. | r-- J. D. ;

: Special atteution given to Commercial col- .O ,
t lei(ion.-, and i-xeruticn ot th-eds g REQUIRES LESS'FUEL
i J.Jni If atcs and all other Legal Stove.-
l, I |t i: 1'iIJt'r!._ roles strot-1.: UBIlcrnando ;{ ,. .. _) THAN ANY OTHE'RSTOVE:

near Uaptist Church.
.1 q' :' !t PlluNE Nt>.aL ;
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\! I t j T. B, OL..I IL E R. : I Labor Saving Reading for For twenty years tha premier'"stove. of the South,

t. ; ; ATTORNY-AT-LAW. I made from Southern material by Southern work-
',,' I I > I CAKE
; men, and giving ideal
satisfaction in over
I A SJfl-riVLTY.: ; Busy Men and Women in homes. Retains heat and bakes better than any
I1rn;.?: !Clarion ,
I up stairs over Mrs other stove. Sold under
T. A.Terry's building formvrivoLcupird bv, guarantee. If your dealercan

I I, Hu"7 i'r..tlc r41' all State. Courts. I not show you the New Enterprise, write for -
prompt atllnI I .
a3 OO a .
? tion liiisine MortKaufs and led.s year THE either of
OUTLOOK numbtrs our seventeen
.i'' drawnabd ockuouleagenienK taken. A cat a day 52 department Catalogs, and ,A
1 MISTEU IS CHASCCEY FOR a year prices, showing .everything ;Used in the kitchen; -
I" jannll1? COLUMBIA COUNTY, ,
: H' A Weekly Newspaper and an Illustrated Magazine in one. Tells the dining room, laundry, or dairy. A little postage

f "I :TS. tiith of world-happenings every week in brief deaf-cut pangnpls. Lyman Abbott story stamp will save you many dollars. $ \. t .

:i J J. i i ; D, u. the Editor-in-clief. and Hamilton W. Mabie the Associate Editor. .

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