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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
February 15, 1901


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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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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TB6LAIECITYBEPOBr1BEotab.187 CODB1I CITIZEN, Eitab. Hl CoaioUiatedCOUTUIi .Si,1900 LAKE- CITY, FLA., FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15, 1901. Vol. XXVII No., 14 '

WHEN LIFE IS. DEPARTING.eB I Seeds, that Surely ..row.The I THEY NOW KNOW BETTER. Teacher Attention .
L f coat:of. seeds' compared with In consequence of ,the numerous "

.a ,Which. Electricity BaaDUrloted the value of the crop is'so small thata QeolocUta Bare of Late DU.*.dd requests received, the following list P.UU About flaw
!. Aalatate few cents saved second- the Old JfotlOB A.... flUUl lPaealsblatsaa
Nalare. by buying is issued by the State Superintendentof Otker Matters .l A .
rate seeds will amount to many dollars MoTemeats. Public Instruction for the benefitof H.(mr..

A. R Waller of the Paris'Academy lost when the harvest ia 'gath- Afew year ago-geologists confident I those interested:

rf Sciences, has devised an electrical j ered. Farmers have found out by, ly asserted that at one period of the'1' List of texts (with publishers and In decorating a room, if the funi-

means of distinguishing between liv-' many costly failures what a risky world'g history a great we cap came prices) upon which questions for ex- tnre that goes in it u already: In poa-

iu? anti dead matter His statement thing it is to buy seeds'without being moving down from the polar regions amination of June 4th, 1901, will be tewion. that should be carefully considered .
before the tones of color decided
of the nirtbod is some hat u follows i pretty !sure that they are reliableand and swept over North America a* far based: I A filled withaile are
upon. room
... electrical: Lining stimulus ml.tter'responde to an I true to name. The latest catalogue south as latitude 38, carrying with it Orthography-Reed's Word Lesson, old mahogany furniture was spoiled -

by yielding an of the seed house of D. M.;Fer great bowlders-which lie about on 25 cents; Maynard, Merrill & Co., N. > beeaus of a Mge-grcen coloring ia
after current in the
same and
slopes '
dlrectioD..1 & Co. of Detroit Mich. is. a hilltops to this nay to walls and
The came matter attn':!.. ry ; re- prove it-and scratching the record Y. draperies. Yellow and white

., Hied by beating or, other method I minder that thousands of farmers in its movement upon cliffs and ledgee.of Reading-Any standard reader will the walls yellow and woodwork white

docs not respond to excitation unless the United States and, panada have Then this ice cap kindly melted and : answer. would have made the apartment beautiful

'it does so by causing a reversed current pinned their faith to the reputationof disappeared. This was taught in the Composition w into n's New Colored, gays effects the New in York table Post.

due to polarization. This pheaoml'oon"is this great firm. During a busi- schools, and to doubt it was heresy; School 32 cents; American Book Co., popular, and more than glass the'delicate are still

characteristic of all living ness career approaching half, a century for science, when it takes up with a Atlanta or New York. colors are represented." Ked in
matter, animal or vegetable. The in time, Ferry's' seeds have won theory, ia dogmatic, and all geologists Arithmetic-Milne's Standard, 65 tones U a favorite, and some specimens
similar induced current. ia the fact said: "Behold, how wonderful ia
life an annual Increase in popularity, our i cents; American Book Co. in, a fairly bright blue are also shown
of and its
sign amount. even knowledge what
be' used to measure the amount may of I which is perhaps the best evidence wrest from the p4aU"secrets After we awhile can i English Grammar-Metcalf's, 60 The'color is rarely solid- throughout the;;
that they and give satisfaction.Ferry's vessel or dish,.but shades prettily. -V:
utility remaining./ In order to make grow science rather gave up the polar icecap cents; American Book Company.U. .
this'test the body is first connectedto Seed Annual for 1901 is a useful theory and laid down new dog- S. History-Field's Grammar wine-set, for example, Las the steins
and feet of the of red
a delicate' galvanometer**and if guide in selecting:"seeds for the ma-that of a single continental ice School, tLOO; Americcan Book Co. with the stopper of the decanter or green to

there U any' deflection caused thia is farm;the truck garden and the flower sheet for North America. w Florida History-Greene'., $1.25; niaU-h. The rest of the articles are in

corrected; alt etrk&f'sUmuJu8 is' garden. _It is* sent free onappli- The recent investigations of officersof Williams, Wilkins & Co., Baltimore; a'pale wade, scarcely oft white, of the
administered 'to 'the body and then the Canadian
cation: geological surt ey or Fairbanks, $1.25, H. & W. B. Drew color.
the galvanometer again connected prove that the scientists evolved their
---- Taffeta
Co. portiere have been ia
to It. I! there is now a deflection of From the Busy Center. glacial theory out of a vivid imagination. Jacksonville. soma of the seen
the latter t be,l>ody }JaJiyingi ito de "i It has been found that ia Geography-Redway's Natural Advanced h sumptuous country
Ikettonilkis] ;that it isindobitablSU / The big: store of B. IL Levy_:, & Bro. northern Alaska there U no evidence 91.25; American Book Co. ud oust of* The silk is of a heavy quality
extra width
d ad. at Savannan, Ga.,'is reported to be that that part of the country was Physiology-Steele's Hygienic, II.; however and finfoa. They
cannot dispute the
.. the busiest place there and especial- ever covered by a glacier-in fact American Book Co.
he velveteens
.1 1 atas .....e .i I Civil rnment-Townsend's and corduroys that are
In early colonial days, the,'use of ty now when they are closing out conclusive evidence exists that it was shown this autumn in the most beautiful -
Winter Stock discount of 25 not. At the mouth uf the McKenzie Shorter Course, 72 cents; American ;
tobaee Waif evn idered. far mortmainfal at a per I tones of color. These fall ia
"lind""degrading"than indulgencein cent: from'the usual regular prices. river ia plenty of evidence ox glacial I Book Co.AlgebraWhite's. artistic folds and with a grace that u
action and also that the School, 11.00
intoxicating liquors. Old-time leg- This Is on Men's, Ladies' and Chil- glacier ; equaled by almost no other'lJOttitrt
which left its records came froM the American Book Co. labric.
Ltation r\'l'slllOme curious attempts dr.ens' clothing and if our readers are
south. On the Physical
western snores of Hudson GeographyHoustoun'Yew.IL25 A handsome and _
ta check the spread of the creature appreciated wrd-
caKed tobacco. Landlords were fined geed of any winter goods we can bay are marks uf a glacier which ; Eldredge & Bro., Phila ding gift to a bride totting op hottM
say to them they can send to no safer came from the west, and the
on eastern .
if they permitted it to' be ,broughtInto delphia. ee ping IK a kilter ctrviug-.ti. If cue
their taverns.! No one could place. Mail orders are given atten-I shores of one hlch came from Theory and Practice-Arnold's or two friends can select together a

take tobacco publicly nor in his own ion the same day they are the rutt. East Of the Canadian Rock Way marks for Teachers (Branson's pair of these dishes! with a platter rr-
ies is '
house or anj where else before sran- and goods are sent C. O. D., with I along belt which shows no evidence Edition) $1.00, Southern School Book: la '/om a third giver, tbs set in fciuiUr -

grrs. Two men.were forbidden to privilege to examine, if parties haveno glacial of action.ever having been exposed to Depository, Atlanta, and "Report of urnamentaUon, tho table-e 'rvit of

smoke together and no one could account with them. These and similar discoveries the Committee of Twelve on Rural the new household will be well started.
smoke within two miles of tho'mttt- I haie Whole dinner art uf shins are now little -
put the geologists,"all at arJ Schools," 25 cents per copy, less If
in; house* on the Sabbath day. In Recent experiments show that all sea sought after han&ome seta ofilatca'
they now ,have evolved ordered in large quantities, Irwin
Connecticut In early days a-great indulgence classes of foods may" be completely anew theory being chosen jn preference, toused
regarding tW glacial-period. It in Shepard, Secretary, Winona Wis. be with,various silver
aerviryfdishes. -
was permitted to
traveler digested by a preparation called Ko- that one big glacier did not at one All examinees will be tested on .

-they were allowed to'Imoke ,, once dol Dyspepsia Cure, which bsoluteIy time cover all the North American both Waymarks and Report of Rice passed through the eoffeeinirlo
during a Journey; ten:miles,
digests what you eat. As it is the continent but that aaveral glai'ert, Twelve.LA remove the flavor of coffee before

Respect Their I...... only combination of all the natural moving at different times from dl'- apices are ground is sail to be better-

While repairing,a, temple, the Chinese digestants ever devised the demand ferent centers distribution, made GRIPPE QUICKLY CURED."In than bread crumbs for the same puros -

cover,op the, eves of ,the idols ror-it has become enormous. It has 'i their way in different direction and the winter of 1893 and 1899 > *. The rice may serve, too after

in order that the deities may not be never failed to cure the worst cases 'I left the glacial records which are now was taken down with severe attackof the spices to restore the mill to its

.offended. at the sight of the disorder.iMCougn of indigestion and it always gives Instant found. They have even given names primary service, and this latter handful
relief.' A. U. Wise, to these glaciers, such as the Cordilleran what is called la grippe, says F. of rice, impregnated ae it ia with

I glacier," the "Labradorian L. Hewett, a prominent druggist of spices, will be found an excellent addi-

The tailors of'Tooley street once glacier" and the "Keewatin glacier." 1 Winfield, Ill. "The only medicine I 'tion to soup. Many good cooks often
ut-You ''"national"' I Prof Lawson of the University of California used two bottles of Chamber- throw in
held -a meeting..and resolved j[ ,, was with the rice barley, or vermicelli -

"that we, the people, of: .England in writing on the subject in lain's Cough Remedy. It broke up added to soup a clove or two
\the International
-.", Thirty-nine gentlemen of Monthly sacs that the cold and stopped the coughinglike and a couple of Jl Pper-, OnLIo .
as jet it cannot be said that the succession -- -
twelve American cities, four of the I't magic and I have never since .
of these great glaciers in time The editor of the Fordville Ky.,
twelve-"being of the north, ,met in has been established well enough to been troubled with grippe." Chamberlain's Miscellaneous, writes as a postscrIptto

"national" convention the other day warrant an unqualified acceptance Cough Remedy can alwaysbe a letter: "I wall cured of

Bangs On day and resolved that ",,c, the people -"'but be seems to have little hesitation depended cold and upon ward to off brake any up threat-a severe kidney trouble" by taking Foley's -

-of thSoutl:1' indorse the'principal in accepting the theory of different ened attack of pneumonia. It is G.Kidney W. Price.Cure. Take nothiug else.

of ship-subs U es.-" glaciers moving from different points. I pleasant to take, too which makes .
I it the most desirable and one of thei
have used ,all NIGHT WAS lIEn TErmor.. I'I It seems pretty definitely settled : most popular preparations in use for The book trust indignantly explains '
that the Delaware legislature is going these ailments. For sale by G. W. that it Is not a trust, but merely an ::

sorts of cough reme, "I would cough nearly all nightlong to turn on "Gas" Addicks again. I! Price. alliance. That's different. ra

," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, !I
dies but it does not of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly ] In addition to looting foreign soldiers SAYS HE WAS TORTURED.

get any sleep I had consumptionso WOMAN the poor Chinese are now con- "I suffered such pain from corns I
yield it is too fronted awful famine in
deep by an two
; bad that if I walked a block I could hardly walk" writes H. I:.e:i-
famine in which canni-
seated. It would cough frightfully and spit I.UKE" DELICATE j provinces Inson, Hlllbborough Ills., "but UtKlien's \ -
wear balism has
may already become common
blood, but, when all other medicines MUSICAL INSTRUMENT j Arnica Salve completely cured

itself out' in failed, three $1 bottles of Dr. I them." Acts like magic on sprains, .
time In condition she is sweet and lovable, I
New cured FAMILY JARS '
King's Discovery wholly I bruises, cuts, sores, scalds, bums,
me and I gained 58 pounds. It's absolutely and smgs life sing on a joyful harmonious are more often the result of indigestion boils, ulcers. Perfect healer of skin
is more liable to guaranteed to cure coughs, string. Out of order unstrung, there Is than anything else. Dyspepticsare diseases and piles. Care guaranteed

colds, la grippe, bronchitis and all discordance and unhappiness. Just as there usually irritable, nervous, cranky by all druggists, 23c.
produce la grippe throat and lung troubles. Trial bottle Ii: one key note to all m osic so there is one key individuals who make trouble for all .-- .
note to health. A woman might as well try
free at all druggists.'Madmite' those around them. Dr. Loyal Ford's
to fly without wings as to feel well and lookwell If suffering be purifying, as some
pneumonia,or a serious while the organs that make her a woman Dyspepticide makes health the stomach ''I philosophers have, contended, the
is the name of a newexplosive I right and restores and happiness "
weak diseased. She must be healthy"Inside
are or in the household. man who puts his faith in a girl with .
throat affection. which throws projectiles: or she can't be healthy outside. There I
--- moods be several
degr iJ
I through! Harveyized steel plate. It I I are thousands of women suffering silently allover purere
The Hanna-McKinley combine ar .
You I than his fellows.
need the country. Mistaken modesty urges ;
something is to the plate again.G. .
up their silence. While there is nothing more not the discoverers of the fact that

s I admirable than modest woman, health ia the U. S. Senate has habit of
that a a re
will For the and
give W. Price, the druggist, will refund weakness prostration .
of the first importance. Every other consideration
senting attempts to force its actign.
your money if you are not sat- should give way before It. Bra following grippe there is nothing * ; strength and buildup iified after using Chamberlain's field's Female Regulator is a medicine foi It is a habit almost as old as tneI prompt and effective as One Minute

the Stomach and Liver Tablets. They women's ills. IUsthesafestandqulck I I Senate. tough Cure. This preparation U
body. -
cure disorders of the stomach, bil- est way to curt leu- i A FIREMAN'S CLOSE CALL. highly endorsed as an unfailing rem

iousness, constipation and headache. corrhea falling of 1 "I stuck to my engine, although edy for all throat and lung trouble
I Price 25 cents. Sample free. the womb,nervousness -1 and its early use prevents consump;
scorrs.EMULSION *, M headache, f every joint ached and every nerve tion. It was made to cure quickly
backache and was racked with pain," writes C. WI A. II Wise. _
What purports to be an authoritative gen (
weakness.You Bellamy, a locomotive fireman, o f '
statement that lIon. D. B. Hill I
Democrat kill be astonishedat I Burlington, Iowa. "I was weak am But the senate and house will con- '
is not a candid Ue for the the r .u1t.." especially -
pale, without any appetite andjal
tinue to drink from the
same C31l-
ic Presidential nomination has been if you have run down. As I was about to give ;

will do this'when everything published.{ Still, we are .willing t'> been experimenting I up, I got a bottle of Electric Bittenand teen. ,1
annual subscriptions against with,other so-, after taking it, I felt as well as
else-fails. There no doubt wager called remedies. I ever did in my"life." Weak, sick ;
t about it 'It nourishes nickels that Mr. Hill will never decline We are not asking ly, run-down people always gain new I TonightIf

a nomination man ever did. you to try an uncer life, strength and vigor from, their
"strenthcns'bWlds, up and -- tainty. Bradfield'sIZegulatorhaamsde use. Try them. Satisfaction

nukes the body strong and When, you want a physic that II I luteed by all druggists. Price If your liver is out of order causing

mild and. gentle, easy to take and happy thousands of I cents. Biliousness, Sick Headache Hean- ,

healthy, ,not\onlyto'throw\ pleasant in effect use Chamberlain'sStomach women.What it burn, or Constipation take a dose o! .-
oft this : has done for others II-F Failing In its efforts to have John
'hard .
; .but to
: : ; and Liver Tablets. Price 23iceits. it can do for you.
t fortify tIi'p'stem'lainst !I Samples free. Every box Sold in drug stores i D. Rockefeller extradited, Texas H tJiI's' Pills :
to get>even with him by ,
+ for$I a bottle. proposes
tether sale G. W.
attacks If guaranteed. For by I
; you jut UluInCiIII' j having oil wells of her own. '
tree On retiring, and tomorrow your digestive
run down i r 'em clated'yOu Price. toot will be wot
will be and
,"nil,wluw write to organs regulated
should\ 'fceriainf take tNs'O 1 Nely refuses to put up the 11100,- yon wilt be bright, active and ready _
tUEBRADtlODK6UATORCO. BEST should be your aim for kind' of work.- Thia bu
urisllin g t medicine. 000 cash demanded for, bail by the THE any ,
# buying medicine. Gllial' et been the experience of'others; it
c ..d :oo [ u.,a 1a court. ,He frankly says. he '
SC9t1': .r ,ill"'w.u.t Atiaata Ga Sarnaparilla and have the I' will be yours. HOOD'S PILLS are
'r': t30WItF let CteaistsIdewPort. ', li afraid the money would be seized. best.uediciue MONEY CAN BUY Old by all, medicine dealers. 25 cU.

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l The Philadelphia Record sari

: + ARBZSTS.",.LT PARIS PAIL/ "( tt1n* a alien out of Western c- :.. --. - .::. _.-._ _,_ : >:::;.x...

I 1' 4 Crouching I ',' '" 'J' (Florida be imexed Alabama,
laws 1ieMrt Al..j'hil. ., ate.aieArtielta
r.... i.Gr'.aaM. ia'order that the heavy exporter
of tie latte- state mat oat reality
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) ttEzp.sII1'aThe -"
In cough there i -
x every j 'coatrol their siipaeata of unner,

L. larks, like a crouching i exposition police report. Just .oalacd: : iron through the fine portIVoaa
J >. tiger, the probabilitieso out. show a total of U,1 97 arrests
of .ula, is a fascinating project
1 < f consumption. OB the fair (frooiuiTke cause are
1 tof ('( c'cmscrciiK EJ, srd 's n w sagas
thus drided."iaji the Chicagoribuze -
t .u The throat and
: ii* the attention of inflaentwl tit-
lungs become .
a Murders 4; murderous aseaolts. 115; zeas. along; the eastern coast Tie
,J rough and inflamed -
,I crimes against morale 36J; minor U.Isauna. ] state iegulatures cut agree. and
from I .. 1.192! ; defacing property. 4,,'1; conjre? rsa-t.: tbfrtafer wrueai- The Kind' Yon Hare Awls Bought and vhkh hag be e*
'1i i .VVU hmLand. 1 *theft. .* .''"'- "- *" -- --.condition, which hue thus far in me_ for over 30 rears has borne the signature of

3 [ the germs of Strangers arrested were 1,1:9. 0! proved iasaperab'e obstacle to the .t and has been made under bin pot

.J consumptionfind these 44 we're American, which wa* COD.: umcatiol if ice schmB.1t I-- sonal supervision since its infancy.ADow .
an easy less thaw any other: nation, exceptDenmark deceive
II to
no one fntom. -
entrance.Take and Polynesia which had bosine, which high authority las ; -
1 y = chances one each. The total number of art'cles dcclirtd to le'strosjer than U:: All Counterfeits, Imitations and Justus-goodH are bat

t ,with no the dangerous ..J found and turned over to the aay aUo b: stronger tb.n ancJent; I Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

," IJlJ, foe.- police teas 66. 17, icclodm? a sateD t..u.duies..' infant and Children-Experience against Experimeab ..a

containing $45.765 in American money
J For 60
years which claimed than Millions of familiar
oeter was ; more people are
1:: t )> there has been pert : .ooo umbrellas, one tt of fa'se teeth with DeWitt'a Little Early Risers, What is CASTORIACastoria

t feet cure. What a record r 24? finale garter: 22 corsets wrapped and those who use them find them ,
t{ Sixty years of cures. in newspapers or otherwise, three bur to be famous: little liver ilh Never is a harmless substitute for Castor Ofl, Fare* .

A g-lar's kits fire eros es of the Lrf.on: Gripe. A, RWie.Democratic I gone, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pl saBt. It -'-

of honor 14 foreign decorates one ,, contains neither Opium Morphine nor other ifarcotia .

a AYfr-s pair cf lady' ruaeet slipper, only i Senators are right in :' substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms, f,

I siiphtiy used' and many other queer ,demanding that the Republicansjhall and allays FecerL bness. It ewes Diarrhoea and Wind .
artiel i j keep a quorum in the Senate Colic. It relieves ,
Teething Troubles if
cores Cooitipatioa
r !"hi. museum with the exception of 1 j Chamber while the
Ship Subsidy
1 job >
what may be claimed before XfayL ia d. Flatulent It assimilates the Food regulates the

: 'I'. will be sold at auction for the ben _--:____ I Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep .

fit of charity. i There U always: danger in using: The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

;counterfeit DeWitt's Witch Ha-
... .
"d' O l M lAn D..H.
> zel Salve. The original is a safe GENUINE CASTORIA ,
j soothes and heals the ex-jnstice of the peace tell* th eand ALWAYS
'n J wounded throat and following story: Daring the time he certain cure for piles.: ItLsal i
: in soothing and healing cure for sores: : Bears the of
i lungs. You'escape an attack was office 'a young man was and all skin diseases. A. I:. W' 3e. 1 Signature
oC consumption with i brought up before him on the chargeof : i

: .1 ail its terrible suffering I gambling. The evidence was eonr : Senator Gallinjer thinks the Con- ;
: elosite, and the judge impaled a fine, [tgresional is''
+ tl and uncenain results. 1 private pension mill
r J which was paid on the spot. When t
: There is nothing so bad the the defendant grinding too much grist, and has pro- >
'I for the throat and lungs aase"adjourlled remained i posed a brake in the shirr of a Congressional !
behind and asked the judge: i investigating committee ; ,
j as coughing. fora few m ments' conversation.TTie !;
a I A 25c. bottle will cure I ( case is ores" he began, "and You Know--What -You--are Taking The Kind You Have

an ordinary cough; harder the fine has been paid, and it's aft When yon take Grove's: Tasteless ;, Always Bought t _

J : coughs will need a 50c. ted as far as that goes, bnt I want (Chill Tonic because the formula is I| .

t. size; the dollar bottle is to tell you how it happened. Ya u plainly printed on every bottle show In Use For Over 30 Years.'r

l. cheapest in the long run. see, the cop told u* if we didn't; stop :ihe'd in in;a that tasteless it is simply form. No iron cure and quinine' Tar<<.,.....-- .TT MM*TMCT. MW VOW COT
'. run ns in.fell!, we were playing no par
-One of my sons waa f ftting uO cents. i
blood with a fcijib fever i4 m a jackpot. I had an ace, tbnequetn |
very 13. We could wtUJ tee and --- -- i
lay a the
kinglttfore draw.
t \. flrna cf life ia bun. The duns Mr, Justice Harlai should swear.i ioff. !I
{ di 1 him I discarded, the ace and and '
) DO !'* But cue bottle of king --
i f yoarT.err7TecOn Cured lamed drew another There He has made a public denial I It j '

j.1: SOT.bred hit-we..". Cfi.An.miO5 1'Uwar.a,: zLIW., I good hands ont queen.against me and were they j t that be gave array his attitude en'I'1-------BliiFf SAWM lC-----

\,4. ;y- 'Wrt:* Cat Doetot. If you kn rmpaJM i., tried to bluff me out, and I stayed :i j the insular cases now before the Su-

'J' hwt" Mttcal* Uviwtt,and write dtnre tb SoefecbtalT N- with them. Now, what I want to ,!: preme Court, in a recent after din I
'. AiUras know is ,what you would have done I' ner speech. I Four Miles West of Lake s
t I Or.2.C.ATI*.Lawn,Xut. City. ,
I in a case like that 1"I :\t _____ I I .
!t tw "
'I--.JWL-- "Stayed ,with them if the gallons !i|I WORKIXG HOURS A DAY.There's First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any |pa
had been in ..ight.cried I I of the City on short notice. Address .
the excited
I i i! no rest for those tireless
t- .,, judge. Why in the name of I S. P. BUIE
commonsense 'I little workers--Dr King's New Life LAKE CITY FLA.1.
I :HE IDEAL'BED-CHAMBER.. was not that evidence brought i ii : PilI>. Millions ,
I : are always busy curing -
out at the trial
i i '-Salt Lake Tribl ,e. i t
| torpid liver, biliousness :
jaundice, -
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II U U B.' Lars;. ..* JUry .* .
fever and a ; p..n.I.. sad Net oven ,
iaisMbed.importance i After exposure or when you feel a i nick headache. drive out malaria. Lake fttjf Boffin- -
...: cold coming on, take Foley's Honey!Never gripe or weaken. Small, ; pf
1 ': of the and I land Tar It never fails to cure and :, taste nice, work wonders. Try *. \

: f 4)3tting arrangements of sleeping a house is I j will tion prevent if taken pneumonia time.t or consump- ,. them. 25c at all _druggist_=. I ; Gompan J.Grt3,3tiT J.
Dot -i ii !
I' half apprt'f"iatrdw* Maria Par- ( Secretary Long tries to throw the t .
Ion in t.LitcHr Home Jr-orral '
; gjvlng t Mrs.! Nation will make a big miss blame on Congress for the dtliy in
; tame rsttens as to nrnLliing the '
1 ; kon r.KnTy sues bedroom rhnuidi.r'pa-: I take if she overlooks the two saloon recognizing the heroism of the navy I f1117R5DE.tLEE IS-

ti.hd .',fh the stM-ntf'aU for healthful i in the Capitol at Washington. in the war with Spain, but everybody .
:, sleep anti the daily bath. 'I -- -- r i knows that the delay has been made "
Like bad dollars all q !
counterfeits 4i1
of Cop Drinks Fruits
s siDeWitt' VegetablesL -
!ary a* pouiblr, the room should be by tbe administration's trying tog ,

ki-pt'frc'e from any thIn! th.t would i Witch Hazel Salve are Kei>aoi[,;on honors to which he is : .. .
trod t > ciii.isTilnite: the air, Its thotild 1 worthless. The original quickly i! not entitled. ; -
be as 'arjfi- as one even atTonl and the cures piles, bore and all skiD,db- I I i. Jobaccos" .Ggar?,
i i ,/ '*
win:..."u u arcs recd that (L'YII.ay ease A. I:. Wise. 1! J. W. Bryan,of Loader, III., writes -'

(J.n .t the ;11' ai J butt .ru. If |rrs' ------ 'I "'Uy little boy was very low with L Nuts;: ,
.j ..;L1: the "'ix \ rug so tiu&Il ;hat: tLy can be tal>en !| have been victimized by an American*! *e gave him Foley's Honey and Tar. > '- .
4 ;t &.!!'!:>.ira w:'h ease for cleaning and =: card sharp doubtless hare some The result was magical and puzzled And Fine'Candies.

j l a'rnw. Ert"1'.hinjC about the room ': doubts of the benefits conferred ;: the doctor, as it immediately stop-
I, 1 Mould be ,,'i JlaLIe. The bed should: by ; ped the racking cough and he quickly MANUFACTURERS AJ.D BOTTLERS OF

l. J-fi tad fitted with s'.eaJg enters. ;. annexation. !ij i irecovered." i Soda Water. Sarsaparilla, Strawberry. Cinger Ae-
i '1 f.n that It be readj !
may moved; the
.: spring; ought to Le firm and Itron?. I j Persons who cannot take ordinary (j Hanna's rheumatism and the re- j' Seltzer Cider Etc,

and the mattress ct kind at\\"iIIDllt I I' pills find it a pleasure to take De- fusal of the Senate to be driven, J! Geo J Davis, Manager

r J !If allow the lifanst part cf the body to; ; Witt's Little Early Risers. They form a combination not cnlculated ,, f
t sick and sa cause the liecper to lie in i are the best little liver pills I to illlprove the ------- ---- _
ever temper of the boss. ...--..-.... .-- --- -- t-7
5 a cramped petition My own prefer !t made. A. R. Wise. -- Ij "1-1=uT"1rT;: :;!t':TTT: :; J.Y-.T.-Y.3T !31 .

sure it for a cheap hard mattress Dt'st I The late William Woo ofChurchcille -
r the Lprtr&'a and a light of hair | A new book called "The Men Who
one on Hartford I 1 I: '
rt J" ibis Lilt any kind of a firm mattress is, [ Made the Nation" is on the market, I left *j3sOuO for the betterment county, Md.ofroads :J j: The 1"L

bitter tMn one that is too soft. Above ;t but there isn't a word in it about the
all, do not oTerfurnUh the bed-room." :1 makers of Mrs. Carrie Nation. chance in for that county. There is a : : Offer to both sexes: a good education }
some philanthropist to'; j
Florida'Agricultural' along the Hcej pf
immortalize himself I .
I in Georgia V
t, I' along :
A m/Ttrrnt
# Matter. l TO-DAY take Foley's Honey and the same line Mod
j Tom I paid a visit to Miss Sweety' ,; Tar. It positively prevents -I I j 9. rn Though and flctiviti/\ 1
} pneui
f I' house yesterday, and found her old[ monia or other serious results from i+ Kansas liquor dealers may include Scientific. Literary, Military and J
liiau at home. 'olds. It may be too late tomorrow. : many kinds of fools but I IndustriaJ Departments. Most 'j
we doubt if ; :
I, Uiek-lla! What did the old bear j j GW.. Price,druggist. i i there are any of them with so little College. complete outfit of apparatus. Expenses ...
F' do? Kitk
ojit? reduced
you + to .a mini mam.
r I "Oh!-no. He was very polite; asked The Beers haven't allowed th j 1 1 tense as to attempt to tar and feather ; Short-hand, Telegrapny, Bookkeeping -

Tt.e to tall IIKain." : change of English! figure-heads er Mrs. Nation. i taueht F$! .
itt "You don't mean it? Why, he never interfere with their to J Send for a New Catalogue toW I
i program ca>
.l lets anyone call on his daughter." :' turin English posts. C88TORIA.: I LL.LLLLL FYOGUM.:
: s Pres. ;
4 "I wasn't Tee
calling on her. I was try- Bears d Ya Hate I3YS
{ irg to collect a bill the old man owe h & Is. Lake City, Flo.
a88TORIA.: 1
R ; the firm"Philadelphia Press. cf
d i, Bears th. 1t Cad Yle Hate .
I lipahle! "'. WF .):
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3.1 Thru Beware ,Jof -
af the Cat ; --
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Mrs. \GiiiufUb-O, Bob, what shall '
!' 1 do? is -- s
1 Baby crying because I won't -- -- ---- -- -- t
let him pull all the fur off my muff! .
1 Mr. YoungfUh-Well, that' all IL A. WILSONrg t J fa '

i: ries.right. Give him the cat.-Stray Sto-* _

.Ncijfbborlr Crlll '.",- '
f I5igs-Voor new neighbor it a man I* &
of means, is he not? a

D&gs-Oh, yea, he's undoubtedly

-the man I ever met.1--Chicago'J. j II I I:' ::_ c:: II I. y S- 1 .; r r f'' ea.a iiiqj e

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You Don't Buy d i I 1 Of Values !

,, Stove "Will quickly deckle that we are
the people for the Very Best Qualities -

Every month, so that when you ,do at the Lowest possible price.
buy, you want to look around a little A WELL
and see where.yon can get the greatest DRESSED FOOT
satisfaction for you money. We
have a great line of Stoves, both Cooking hdps out a man's appearance mote than
and Heating, and can suit any most any other detail of his get up. .
Here are pretty, well-fitting, stylish
size book with
pocket oui prices.
Shoes. They're low priced 'tis ta'ue-
"We icarry also an extensive line of. .. ; but that's the way with everything here
Cooking Utensils, Tinware of every -low priced-high grade. And nothing -
description, and at prices the lowest I else finds room.
___.u__ ___

trQIlisont Iborsc (tollar Stands .

It saves your Horses Shoulders, it will not Gall, Choke, Pack or get Hard. J
Tbe covering or casing Is made of best ten-ounce white duck leather bearings,stuffed with clean cotton both body and rim. The
cotton Is free of foreign matter. O)>encd at the bottom allowing collar and names removed at same time. I.:very seam is a double .
lockrttlrn of best thread. Every seam and raw edge!: are on inMde ot collar-prevents ravels and rips. It is a pad and collar com
bined and we posively guarantee it tocure or prevent galls or sore shoulders.
Thc)' arc U 't.l and Highly Endorsed by IT. S. "War Department for Army use.

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When a Woman Don't Worry About \

Starts out to buy, she likes to know she I Your Clothes
can secure all she wishes under one roof. .

:> 'There is a great satisfaction in knowing Let us do it tor you.Ve can give youa
that do not need to visit half dozen
you Ready Made Suit that will fit you
.. stores in older to complete your pur- perfectly and wear as long as any made- .
;:chasetf. 'V e have. everything that'can\ to-measure suit at less than yon pay
Abe' ile iI'll in'tbe DRY GOODS< LIXE, and Vypn elsewhere. If you are looking e for satisfaction -

.will find our departments .stocked in
IT: Clothing can get it here, in
with bargains continually. AVe carry -
e fact we carry every article in the way
everything in the way of ladies Dress of Gents' .:Furlli hing *the most com-

Goods, Trimmings, Laces, Notions, .. plete line in the city.

Underwear. Calicoes,'etc. Truth Never Fears a Rigid Examination.
Our best recommendation is the Furniture itself.
Willow, Reef and Rattan Chairs.We .
sell for cash or Installment Our line is complete.
I : .

1We\ 1
carry an excellent line ANTI 1U5ST .


i Quc>..', sTare, Chinaware and
! 'Tinware.HIV ct coil suit yon The host, cheapest and most
! in both style and price. Ite- comfoitahle bed springon
1 member we carry everything Hardware, we've got everything you need in that line. Call for the market.
i what you want, we sell at small profit..

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Harness, Saddles, Bri- We have on hand a
t dles, in fact every- few more of those

( thing in the way of HANDSOME AMPS

;5 LEATAER GOODS. from 400 to $4.

Trunks, Traveling We have an immense

i T Bags and Valises. stock of Lamps, all
. 1 Bawling Machines for Sale or Benton sizes, styles and prices
Ea j Termi-

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J '- We'vegot. Everything in Grocery Line-

I 4. 0 .... FREE DELIVERY. A.. -
v* WMeal

F c Flour- Grits, Bran, Corn Hay Etc.

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i I r. : ,4 .. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Estalbished 187!

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: Subscriptions to Red Hill Road. Volunteers, is regarded as practically ..mHni'mimrdimillmp.ili'imm ',
Gitizen rter.
-Rep civilian.
citizens hereby |
We, the undersigned r 3 "
subscribe the amount set opposite Representative Richardson the FIRST OPENING !
.' Democratic leader in the House, bas -" (
", j H. L. DODD, EDITOR AID PEOPEIETOL our names, to pay one-half theost I H' ;

; t r' A.H. DODD,Afflt.Unt Editor. : of.building a clay road 12 feet received many compliments on hilivictory 5 : Of Ladres Neck Wear for the
't. Committee up-to-date eason'm
in the and Means $
Ways (
,.. $ Official Newspaper of Columbia County,and- wide beginning the .southern i
the Town of Lake City. Florida. of fcHEES
in the a '
Jt i X : limit of the town of Lake :City, on securing adoption Consisting of Ficures in Wash -S
: t Published every Friday at Lake City Fla, resolution by that committee, in fa >
i. 'fi :, Office-South ot Courthouse Square.,. the Newnansville road, running f Blonde an'd Liberty Silk (
1.' thence 5400 feet to the top'oHhe Red vor of a report to the House, against $ .S
; idnrtiiing Batei Furnished cpoa Application. concurring in the Senate amend j HH
!t Hill. Said road to cost $505.75, and I SJ1 The damUest creations to be imagine I The new SHIRT WAIST COLLAR/'f.ii
%:. > Entered in Lake City postofflce at second we hereby petition the board of ments to the bill reducing war taxes, (i E1 the latent tbib . "I I ; class matter. county commissioners to a'pp opri- and asking a conference thereon, ,!! fc j allot which will be shown with pleasure to any lady calling ,

,. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. I after a majority of the Republican *
ate half the&bove amount: ; t: New Spring Millinery Arriving, $j
i H. A. Duncan_..____. _. $10 09 members of the committee had de-' f:
'- .. FRIDAY,FEBRUARY 15, 1901 E. L. Snowden _........._-..-_-_..._-_.-.j.. 3010 cided bimplr to non-concur without 4 i MRS. L. T. FUNKS 1 1u
W.Q. Nibiack___.,______..._.__ at ooPrank m
; Adams____--_._-_.-...? so ou asking a conference. The Republicans !i '
_.. 10 ou tmiHHf'diffiiIIffiHiiP.HiiHiimHft
) 5 REGARDING STATE FAIR. W.Wilson'1'. Henry 9c N..-___.......--.u'm__..__......_. .5tG. of the committee were divided, | !
, ..._..... ...... ._
: i. W. Price_______ ?_ SOUJ and Mr. Richard: quickly took advantage '
Hunter Co.--------------=
< I' Prof. H. Stockbridge of" the W.V.Smith._'.._...____.-..----.__.,-... Sou of the opportunity and : '
r T !j Florida Sam Lamb ___..........._..._._5 Agricultural College, secretary ('asl1-:=...........__......._......sow scored a Democratic victory. There i .
t of the Florida Agricultural Society J. O. Evans. .__.,., .. .... OU
------ -- kill this
S. Telen_..__.__..._._.....J...._ 1000 is a Republican scheme to I .
i has, by the authority of the W. M. IvesWilaonA ___....__m... tOOO bill.
1 Wilson...:.__._...__. .. 1000 I .t;
;? various organizations and boards T. S. Chatter. ___:...._..._.-.w__ 00 Senator Bacon tells an amusing $ THE FLIGHT OF TIME ]
j : which ___ __.
: 1 are mewing for the holding of W. M. Hunter i
oWU of the methods
F. N. PnckettJ. ____...---.---.... and instructive story
' 'j 1 a state fair issued the following let C. Markham............._....._......._ 3:
E. H. KoberU _______.. Congressmethods w -
i ter:
J. J. Coram___________
',;' :j i The joint board of management of C.Adams lQattuz..r.-----__._....___.._._______... 1011 00 cans have to an extent already introduced .if.d .!! t

the state fair-provided for by the A. L. Charles._._.....__............_ 00 in one branch of our Congo i/iJ:: Leaves a procession of struggling humanity g
Jag E. Young.___...._..._.____ 1000 behind. Hut it doesn't leave
t executive committee of the State .
A. 1*. Bumph ._..:........_......___Ii gress. Speaking of his visit to the : i.\
Agricultural Society, has been constituted W.V. Casey_,__...____600 Con- behind. We have too much at stake 9ti
lower House of the Mexican
Area Bute- 60 'fIi1
't as follows: J. J. Jnnouf. ____ .... -.--_-_-tIi said to allow that. .We're right up with _
-- Senator Bacon : "I went
"From the \ J. Feagle .___..._...__...... 2911 gress, i/iJ in That's
1:: State Agricultural So -- : the times respect.
.! W. Hawtborn __...._...._.,...._ 50E. there day after day and never saw a : every
: .ciety-R. E. Rose, Kissimmee; S. HGaitsklll r. Lamb .___.__.____s 3 why we're pretty nearly the whole
V. A. B. Brown__________ p member rise am. address the Chair. .
-.. McIntosh; G. A. Danly show in line of business.:
\ ; ; The commissioners at their recent Bill after bill was passed without a 'tij .

Chipley.i meeting appropriated half the vote in the negative and without a .: aI.JJ
"From the State Horticultural Society E
i amount necessary, and we are asked word of discussion. I became very i/iJ: "
;[ -Geo. L. Taber, Glen St. Mary; : ,
.. those who have l much interested in this state of affairs
to request as yet
f ,: M. E. Gillett Tampa; G. P. Healy
;j F. Jaffery. not done so, to come forward with and not being able to speak m Dry Goods Clothing. S

l the amounts subscribed so that thork e Spanish, I inquired of a gentleman at
) "From the.board<< of trustees of the .
J11; Agricultural College-Geo. W. Wilson w may go forward at the earliestpossible the door who spoke English to ex ft

plain the situation to me. 'O,' he : r
-I! if Jacksonville; J. R.* Parrott, St. date iiJ"n: i
-- replied, 'there is no need for any de
ji'j. Augustine; F. E. Harris, Ocala. ,
WASHINGTON LETTER. bate. These bills are sent to us by
j II "From the State Press Association ,
\ the President and lie tells us that he "
] M. L. &
1 -Philip Isaacs, Fort Myers. 1 f1 Ply m pton Co.
I L i "Commissioner of Agriculture from our regular correspondent wants them passed. When he lets .

0 D. H. I Washington, Feb 11, 190 1. us know that he is in favor of the i/iJ:: .1
I McLin. .
4 By standing together in their opposition bills we are all in favor of them 'f/iJ Opposite Court House.. :
I 1 "This committee is hereby t-
reques i to the Ship Subsidy bill, the too."* :
i '1 ell to meet at 10 a. m. in the Board j\
I Democratic and Populist Senators A proposition to make Cuba
1' of Trade rooms, Jacksonville: on @
r have forced the Republicans to the expenses incurred by this coon
Tuesday, March 3, to organize and
change their tactics. They beganthe' the with has
: perfect plans and make definite arrangements try during war Spain ,
fight last week by blustering and been put forward by RepresentativeLevy
if for
j I the holding a statefair. i bragging about how a'y they would of New York, but probablywith '"'''''''''''''''1: '''''""' '''''''"''',,,''',. <

: "H. E. tire out the opposition by night sessions. more desire to fuddle the situ # #

I STOCKBRIDGE Secretary."Lake After holding two night sessions : ation'than idea .,, "'
to push the I
; City, Fla., Feb. 9. : MEN ARE DOUBTLESS IN A
'I. : When this joint committee meets at neither of which a Republican of trying to make Cuba pay our war

.... :'J in Jacksonville on the 5th of March quorum was maintained, they expenses. !

: 't the movement for a state fair will abandoned the night sessions, and The administration received a $ QUANDARY OVER THE WEATHER

: take definite The are now seeking to cajole the opposition broadside from its own ranks, when ".-
shape. plans will .
0 Into agreeing to set a time footing r Brown of I # '0.
Representative Ohio, a .
all be laid out and the work appor v on the bill. While it is impossible Republican, made'a 'vigorous attack .,"""".,,""11ti """""" """ .""" .... J
1 tioned. From that time forward efforts
I I. to say with any degree of upon the present Philippine policy, I -. #
will for TA
proceed systematically We don't make it: if we did we would probably --
the holding of the first certainty what the result of this and offered a resolution declaringthat be sorely tempted to give you -natur ,j
great. statefair j al" ice about seven days in the week for
change of tactics will be Senator j
"it is the of the U. S.
in Florida. purpose f quite a spell. While anticipating a cool f
r ,j 1 I Jones who is leading the opposition, in retaining possession jf the Philippine f wave.handy It list wont for quick hurt reference.however to give you a j

: r' From T ax Payer. says the bill will not be voted uuon islands to aid their inhabitants f
.I lam glad there is an effort being at this session, and that if the Republicans when they submit to the authority ALL IN #

r made by the Council to rid the town are determined to pass it i of the U. S. in establishing a # Need of new Shoes, Slippers,or footwear of I

',t I, of cows running at large. They area they must do so at an extra session capable and stable free government any kind and who are not in ,

nuisance. The farmers will gladly I I of the next Congress. and when this purpose shall be fuUyaccomplishtd FAVOR OF f o

hail Mr. MeKinley Is pulling for an .extra the U. S. under such j -.-
the time when their owners will I Paying high prices for goods of inferior
session provide;of course, thata quality, style or fit, should
,be obliged to keep them upand make reservations and conditions as maybe I get
I valid excuse can be put forward for wise and will .
i provision for their maintenance instead just, relinguish sovereignty THAT nOTION -
I of calling one, and theRepublicanleaders : in those islands." # : ,
allowing them to roam about in the Senate art7 j On themselves which will bring them here: .j (
feeding on dirty paper about the pulling to Incidentally Mr. Brown referred to _- f for a purchase at our store is alw ays-money f

1 ,streets and out of the carls; as they I avoid an extra session1,:ty.1eav.lflg1o the Eden held by some of breaking '- .I saved. Let everybody I
valid for oTer' An
stand on the public square.I excuse amendment our pledge given to Cuba as the "cli SAY "AYE"Wlien # -
has already been offered to the max : '
of greed and the ;
think tlie of
dogs shouldbe asked to come here, as we
required to a tax. It army appropriation bill, by :Senator j freebooters and pirates. guarantee the best Shoe values on f
pay seemsjust. j
the market for the least
Spooner, giving Mr. McKinley au money
Why, there are some ..
persona thorlty to establish a civil Hon. J. D. '
who actually think as much of their govern.ment Callaway has received DRY GOODS CLOTHING \
dogs as they do of a human being. in the Philippines and one is from Senator Jas. P. Taliaferro a ,

We long ago got rid of the hogs. now being prepared setting forth the large package of choice Cuban tobacco UNDERWEAR, .'. NECKWEAR, 1

Now if we can give the cows and conditions that Cuba must comply seed, obtained from the Agricultural HOSIERY, SHIRTS, NOTIONS I [

.dogs arc getting the go-by city-like.we may feel that we with to get the D. S. troops with Department .by special request DRESS GOODS, CAPES' .

C Yours aTAX drawn. and has them for dsstribution CLOAKS AND JACKETS I : t

+ PAYER. Representative Lentz, of Ohio among those interested in tobacco I "
R President of the Jefferson culture. .""""" .''''' '''' .. .
Lf Jackson ''''''''''''' ..",,"" ..... J
Battalion of Cadets and C. L. and Lincoln League .-- .
I. Reviewed recently organized -
x by the Governor. with headquarters at Columbus, On account of the inauguration of r tt WE CAN .SUIT YOU "*
l.J. l.
,J} Gov. Gennings reviewed the College Ohio was in charge of the Congressional President McKinley, Washington, D
party which left C., March 4th, 1901, the Seaboard
battalion and the Washington
; k f Light Infantry Thursday evening Columbia at today, to attend the big banquet to Air Line R. R. has' arranged to sell + J J. E. INMAN :.& COMPANY :

t 5 o'clock. be given at Columbus!, by the newit tickets from Lake City at $22.65 for ;!

." A sham battle was_fought between I league. Tuesday evening. The party the round trip on :March 1st, 2d and !

\ A and U companies commencing included Senators Pettigrew andKenny [( I j 3d, limited to March 9th. For further \ :0 PHONE NO. 4. i;NEAR DEPOT. \Q .

i 430. The boys gave* a good imitation ex-Senator Towne Senator- dress particulars local please G. Haile.on or adj j < """"' ...."........"" "' """"" ............."........
I agent
elect 1
of a battle and their maneuvers Carmack Representatives De- i ?

were favorably commented upon |i I Armond, of Mo., King, of Utah, To Cure a Cold in One Day I ryE .- .

the large crowd present. f.i iI Clayton: of Alabama,all of the Democratic I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tat E >
After the "battle" the cadets assembled I members of the Ohio CongresIsional lets. All druggists refund the money

for dress' parade, and, together II delegation, Hon. Geo. Fred j if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's O .

.r- with the Columbia Light Infantry Williams, of Mass and other De, m signature' is on each box. 25c.

i commanded by 2nd Lieut. H. j crats of prominence. i! O Reserved For Y

i Helvenston, marched in review before 'I Threeof Mr. McKinley's nominations )i The scheme to have Congress authorize 0 .T. A.

t_ I the Governor and the. battalion to be Brigadier-Generals, Wood, i Mr. McKinley to set up a FISHER V

commander Maj. N. H Cox. The I. Bell and. Grant may be held up per-I[ civil government ,in the Philippines '
;- 111 four companies> .a ,fine I I manently. All the other nomina-j j R h simply scheme to provide slot of)
publicans with
j pearance and for soldierly deport- !| lions for Generals, Including tint: of jobs over tBere. i
II '-- --- g. 0
j .meat could'not be excelled. ,', Miles to be Lieutenant General, I

t The Lake City band furnished the have been favorably repotted to t tiei! BW
music for the occasion and marched '
Senate and will I
in review with the battalion. The I att nce be confirmed

t band is composed of finished but the Committee on Military Affairs This ilpjtture is .
j on every box of the uis
I sicians cellent and music.they rendered some O1U'J. after several members had ex-| Laxative BronuHhiiairie Tablets gee t'' "

pressed the opinion that these three i the remedy thai eon a sold la *ne U? : "
officers had not 'seen sufficient i
; service -
With paved streets and a stock I to entitle them The Democratic
to promotion has
I law to their I party never
"s t' credit the present and I Ipr over many older and more experienced had any difficulty in getting a can <3&J

ceding'councUs will go down in officers decided didate for President j.
(a the iodelay action and it have
history of the city as the most upon the nominations, until, a further none in 1904. It is a waste of time '(ijo &

City progressive has never we bave had ever a had. 'lake investigation;could be 'mad e.of be'tryIng to 'guess. his name so far.
has worked harder to serve the t lAt; their military r ordV; was I ahead.. -

r terests of: the community' than" the Promoted over m re.than::.figs..:.''I..-& n-' W,' 'GON .AND\CARRIAGE SHOPS
present one and our citizens should dred officers and 1311 ------f': -
over more than AKD CITY D4-RTaRER
=' ,r feel'thankful their that they have entrusted one thousand, while:Fred Grant, il- AMERICA'S{ Greatest Medicine la
public affairs
.e to such an able though he is it
now serving in the pos
body of men.I Philippin.esas ,
.Jr ....a .IJI; ; dl General .ofj sesses unequalled<< curative powers and
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Established 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 5


Mr. H.. A. Duncan has purchasedthe .," ',. .
.. il< r r t w" r--e .*...*."- %- >.-fc...- '< vv-.--''''''%--%.%.......''*'% %.-.eJ
\ property formerly occupied by I.

tJ- Mrs. Tbeo. A. Perry as a millinery : MRS. T. N. MILTON,. J tad<
store, and is remodeling and placingIt

This Space Reserved for. in an attractive business house. I + FINE MILLINERY-
An alarm of fire was turned in at

< -HISS H. RILEY 10 o'clock Wednesday night from w.1 ND

V. Casey's lively stable, which was :

quickly responded to by the fire com- : ART GOODS. ::

Leading Milliner. pany. The alarm, however, provedto
be unnecessary, as the stable was
F -- Winter Stock at Cost ,
found not to be on fire. Smoke was Going _. c

: seen coming, as was thought from I Banding foHiarly _pied bj Kit- T. A- Petry

the eaves of the stable, which after- .'%-%,-%.%, %. ",, ..... .I
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wards proved to be issuing from the

flue, the way the wind was blowing

causing it to appear otherwise. Al-

though the fire company was put to r> .

considerable trouble,we hope all such

1J"N-GL4 alarms in future will be the harbin-
1? & gers of no greater damage. ,
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; Messrs. W. R. and T. S. Chalker' c DOLLAR BAZAAR .

are planning the erection of a large

two-story brick building on their
You will find the MOST GOODS for the same tJ
the of
property on corner Marion and money or tile Same Good for less money.
DeSoto streets. The building will

o LINING have two large compartments on the I The Best Gents' Shoes

ground floor which will be used for The Best Ladies' Shoes

ALL COLORS store-rooms and the second floor will For only The Best Youths' Shoes

-AND- ,t j used for offices. It will be erectedon One The Best Misses' Shoes

Fast Black. a site where one of the oldest Collar The Best Men.s Hat .......i....... "
ISidriigbt" land-marks the city stood, which F1adwU1 The Best Ladles Skirts \ V

was torn down some time ago by the / For The Best Mens Pants

& present owners of the property. The ". The price The Best Boys Suits

old building was erected before the The Beat Lace Curtains .

b JftS. E. YOUNG war and was formerly owned by The Best Bed Spreads. J '

lr'y t'e. Huntington & Co., who did a big
\\. And the same with all other Goods for Less than a Dollar.
'O 0 d s, Hardware F t' mercantile War. business during the Civil Very Trvly 1\

# H. F. URIE.
Witch Party. LAKE CITY FLA.

The freshman class of the College
gave a very entertaining receptionto

,- Local News Notes. Mr. M. E. Wright, one of our most the sophomores last Friday even

progressive merchants, has had extensive ing, in the form of a "witch party." Deaths. :Mr. Lorenzo D. Evans and Miss
: improvements made in the The entertainment
was I. Died, late Tuesday evening, Mrs. Ella Saucer were quietly married in
Garden seed of all kinds cheap atYounf" Interior furnishings of his store this spacious and beautifully appointed
drug store. week. Doidge, an aged lady who has residedin this city Sunday morting at the resi-
of Foster Hall. The decorations
parlors -
this city for many years past. dence of Mr. A. .E. Futch, Rev. J. O.
Mr. B. H. Bates, of Mikesville, was We carry a large and well-selected were all of wierd and fantastic Harris
She was an earnest Christian and a officiating. We extend con-
in town Tuesday on business. stock of drugs and chemicals of all design, representing nearly everything gratulations. '
devout member of the Presbyterian ,
Seed peas, beans and corn almostat kinds-anything you want and see in the category of horrors. church. The remains were interred I ---

cost at Young's drug store. advertised call at Young's drug store Refreshments were served at an Stops the Cough and Works off the
for it. in the city cemetery Wednesday
Mr. Horrie Hare, of Live Oak, was appropriate hour by grotesquely ternoon at 2:30, Rev. J. C. Tims Cold.
in friends. Dr. and Mrs. I. P. AH red, and co;turned waitresses.It Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
town Sunday visiting
Messrs. B. F. Bullock, Charlie Ken- is needless to add that' the oc- __ i cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
Best hand picked North Carolina pay. Price 25 cents.
drick and C. F. Cone, Jr., of White casion was thoroughly enjoyed by After a lingering illness of over a 1 .
seed pinders at Inman & Go's. j3-4t II
Springs, were among the guests in both clashes. year, Mr. Benj. Ellis died of consumption We have a,clubbing rate of 80 cents
Capt. A. B. Small is in attendanceon town the first of the week. ---- -- at a few minutes after 11 a. m., with the Commoner Mr.
the Court in Tallahassee.Meseri.eR. Bryan'snew
Supreme .. "I. W. Harper" Whiskey is a per- Interest Fund Apportioned.State Wednesday, at the age of 32. Death' paper; that is, you can get the
'W. Adams'; and" J A. came him while surrounded the
; fectfdistillation. It strengthens you Superintendent of Public Instruction to by CrnzEN-REPOBTEB and the Commoner
Hendfy spent Tuesday, la Jackson and helps resist cold and disease. loved ones who bad nursed him so for $1.80
Hon. W. N. Sheats, has per annum, cash in ad-
dUe;4 l Try it. It is better than the doctor. apportioned the interest fund to the I tenderly and who spared nothing to vance.

Paints, oils, glass, putty and var The kind your grand-father used!! various counties. Rate per pupil in gratify* his every wish.

nishes in any quantity at Young's Sold by R. W. Cox. average attendance 45c. Amount for :\ The remains were interred in the
drug store. Miss Theo Perry left Saturday apportionment, $34.351.39. $33,751.35 city cemetery Thursday at 2 p. m. LCCAS COCSTT. f53
I To his sisters and griefstrickenmother Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the
,Mr.J. 0. Harris spent several days evening for Jackson, Tecr., where i was apportioned, leaving a balanceof senior partner of the firm of F.J. Cheney &
the first of the week in Jackso nville, she will study music and elocution. $601.04 in the treasury. Of this we tender our heart-felt Co., doing and business state In the city of Toledo
county aforesaid and that said
on business. Miss Theo. is a talented young lady Columbia county gets $1,054.80. The sympathies firm will pay the sum of OBI HCNDUID
DoLLARS for each and case of catarrh
Mr. Harry Straining, of Macon, and will make rapid progress in the average number of pupils in attend "SW Tracked." that cannet be cured every br the use of Hall.
work she has chosen.On in the for the Catarrh CareFRANK J.CHSsur.
spent several days in town this week ance county year be- That highly amusing comedy drama Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
on ing 2,344. The amount for presence,this Stir day of December A.D.
the 24th apportionment "
Sunday, inst., the I i Side Tracked, will be presented -
local lodge of Woodmen of the World is about $JOJO, less than -- A. .
Mn. Geo. W. Ryder left Monday t, for one night at Henderson's'Opera j atAL. J Notary Public.
in their beautiful and two years ago, because of the maturity .
touching -
evening for White Springs to spend cere- House, Monday Feb. 18th.
of bonds and the of baying Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken Internally
will ;; necessity -
several mony, a magnificent
months. Judging fron the splendid receptionthe anl acts directly on the blood and mucous
monument to their deceased :I to 1 elnvest In lowerinterest-bear- surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials -
Mr. Ewell Brown, of Lake Park, comrade piece and company presenting it free. F.J.CHKHIT&Co.,Toledo,a
Ga., was in town several days this W. T. Strange. The publicis t i ing securities. have been given by press and public Sold Hall's by druggist.Toe. ,
Family Plus are the best
week on business. inyited to be present.Mr. throughout the country, it 'should

A very 'enjoyable Valentine ball G. L. Church well, who, with his That Cow Fad. prove a strong drawing card here.
WANTED Reliable Joan for
family, but recently moved to the lID shifting our type -make-up" last The plot is well constructed, and af-
was given at the .C. .L.- I. armory Manager of Branch Office we wish to.
Thursday evening.Rev. city from Bradford county, is preparing week one of our articles became divided and fords opportunities to display in a open in this vicinity. If your recordis
only a part was published., Following U the
to conduct a dairy on a large natural manner the light and dark O. K. here is an opportunity. Kind-

R. H. WellerL of Fon du Lac, scale. Mr. Churchwell at present remainder. sides of life on the rail. There is ly give good reference when writing.
Win., was the of his brother T.REA.T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE
: dispensing nice fresh milk and but- enough Interest in the development
Mr. C. K. Weller, last week.Dr.D.N.Conef'Jr."andhis. But now from jest to earnest. ClNCDfNATTI, OHIO/
ter and intends soon to be able to I of the story'to attract every cuss Illustrated catalogue 4 cts stamps.
We .will say, in justification of I
brother supply the city market with these of theatre-goers, as is evidenced by
Jack Cone, of Benton; spent the dainties. members of several of the preceding the from of
first of the week In the This is an enterprise which boards of aldermen, that the matter I applause every portion .... .... .A..A..A. ... .... ... ....... .......
city., < we very much need and we wish it the house. Twelve specialties are
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Mr,J.F. Canova is his has been seriously considered and introduced into the action of the
having store every success. : A LOT OF BRICKFOR
roOm attempts have been made to pass an play, and the special scenery carried -
formerly occupied by Mr. A. Lieut. Hutch. Cone U. S. N., arrived ordinance prohibiting owners from by the company is new and ap-

B. Brown,,celled' and otherwise re in the city Tuesday from Tam- allowing their cows to run at large propriate. SALE DY

paired. pa and spent several days in the city, upon the streets of the city. But one 'Spinster" Party.A : S. B. THOMPSON.

:MaJ. Glessnor, of Macon, Ga., was guest of Col. B. H. Palmer and fami- time, which we well remember, sucha

In the city this week looking after ly, returning to Pensacola where he racket was made that the board "Spinster" party was given .... .". .". .". .". .". .". .". .". ... ... ... i

business connected with the G. S. & joined his crew of the Alabama. dropped the matter in disgust. Thursday evening, between the hoursof

. F. R. R. Lieut. Cone was born and reared in 3 and 6, by the Misses Vinzant, in
Now that our principal streets R.
; Mr. Geo. W. Ryder hu'aeveral this county, received his early edcu- have been paved covering the grass honor of their guest, Miss Wavie OTIS PARKER,

. contracts for ,the erection of some cation at the Agricultural College, that once formed a means of subsist- Skaggs.As .
i handsome I the name would imply, none but Attorney At Law.
dwellings at White and has many warm friends in the once for tramp bovines-our pro-
t .Springs.M city and county who are always gladto gressive council very properly holds the lady friends of the fair hostesseswere LAKE CITY FLORIDA.
welcome iiim.
present. Games were indulgedin
'. Charlie nelvenston, of Lire the opinion that no disturbance will
t Oak Gov. W. S. Jennings arrived in the and the evening was thoroughly
stopped over in the 'city a few be made over the proposed proscription TAR. J. L. NIBLACK J
hours city Wednesday evening to be present enjoyed by all present. Progressive .
Sunday evening enroute to and we are heartily pleased that
New York. at the meeting of the board of "old maid" was the principal featureof PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
they intend to take action at a time
, trustees Thursday He was met at U: tertalnment. Prizes were l..idoaot Fboi Ho41.
},Ir... T. N.' Milton has mov d'her when they will, practically, encounter -
the train by President. F. Yocum, offered an1 Miss Gussie Barnes re- Headquarters at WISE Drugstore. All .
[ tock of Millinery into the store no opposition. Of course, we expect lett here will be
the"rst messages
Hon. J. D. CommandantN. ceived prize,
Callaway, :
attended to.
; room formerly some irate citizen will object
occupied by Radford'sjewelry
H. Cox, in command of the battalion jewelry box mide in the form of a .
store. when he finds that his cows are cutoff .
of cadets; members of the heart, and AIr\: E. VonCamp received .
from their allowance of olds
Mr Ceo. O. Adicks left Saturday faculty, and prominent citizens and the booby\rize. a doll.
L for Charleston' escorted to Foster Hall, where he i tin cans, waste paper and the prov I
to attend the' refreshments servedat
mer\ were

: 01 lnW:the. "the".orIJ.brand. ; Lodge- "of' Woodmen'-.. E and the Like guest discoursed City of band the was institution.also at the music depot The -ender the'risk brought of in changing by our rural the friendsat flavor Those Elegant an appropriate present were hour: ,Misses Solo- I l Y( OF f f FRESH( MEATS( I Iwm

some exquisite of the milk and batter-but such mon, Alice VonCamp, Gussie Barnes,
> Mind Mrs. D. N. Cone, of Benton Bessie DeSha, Hope Leitner, Ethel find all they require *
= The board of trustees of the Florida petty opposition can always be ex at the Shop ot
. were among the visitors,In the Mobley, Annie Belle Finley, Josie
Y ( Agricultural College, lions. Geo. pected. PoUdaraer Cassie Flint, Annie Belle
B. H.Tuesday Palmer.Mr. ,.guests of Col. and Mrs. W. Wilson, of Jacksonville; F. F. The council occupies a positionwhere Rowe, Beatrice Inman, Josie Harris .Colson .& RiversMarket

Harris, of Ocala; C. A. Carson, of I it cannot well disregard the and Mrs. E. VonCamp and. Miss I

C. B. Strickland has rented the Kissimmee; J. R. Parrot, of St. Augustine wishes of any great number of citizens Smith, of Madison. tI I Hamilton,corner streets Marlon opposite and .

east end of Wilson & Bros'. storeroom ; and J. D. Callaway and L. who show a decided antipathy | ____ _____._______ i> J. E. Young's store. :':-

i .tf and has opened up a nice line Harriion, of this city, held a meeting to certain forma of legislation, even .I j i BEEF, MUTTON, KID AND PORK

fancy and staple groceries.Tuejday : in the city Thursday, in the office though it may be for their own good BLISS' SEED POTATOKS, will be found here. Meats

: Feb i:, "was the/ninety- of the President of the College and for the good of the community, delivered in any part of
,,1CCODd 'aa 1i, ria y"'of'the tlfrthf.taJ to transact business of importance. but weak and captious oppGliitionshould all varieties, at Ashley'sFruit tile city We deliver late
Gov. Jennings met with the board.. in the evening for next
of Abraham Lincoln and waste[- We could learn nothing definite regarding not deter that body "!rom Stand. feb1-t mornings use

:,;ehraW- z to i many cities of the,, Union. matters- -' acted upon.. performing a manifest duty., I I I LET US FILL YOUR ORDERS"J _

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6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Estalbished 187

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scheme- I. VOTICE Is hereby given that thirty days I __
The to have .Congress authorize -
l\ from this date 1 will on behalf of the l _
No External Mr. McKinley to set up a State ot Florida. issue a Tai Deed to R. L.
i i i Sdealer to the following described lands to- ;
civil government in the Philippines I,I wit: 13"; acres in west side of NWSt of N | 1
is simply a scheme to provide a lot of Wu aud 2"- acres in northwest corner of I, NineTenths- HJD1B"NE
$W'-ot NW' s.c.:7Tp. S S R 17 E. Id acres \
Symptoms Republicans with joVover there. and NESS of NE"* less d acres off west side ]
i and W acres off north side of SE, ot NB"i :
--r--- -- -- S e.'' ti acres. Embraced in ....,,_t--'" f-- ..- r= !
The blood be in bad condition, The Democratic party has never certificates No. a Id and a d. of June 11th. 1ta+N.
may seal this lit:! day of
Witness my:! and '
fet 'with no external signs, no skin had any difficulty in getting a candidate i February l'In M. M. Scarborough.Clerk Circuit Court i of Pure Juices from Natural Roots!

eruption or sc+res to indicate it. The for President and it will have ISEAL

lynrptams id such cases beIng a variable none ia loot It is a waste of time to all thePeople

appetite poor digesi ion. an indescribable be trying to guess his name so far Notice for Publication. j I 0 EG9UTES the Liver, Stomach and Bowers, -

j ; weakness and nervousness loss of flesh ahead. I j Department of the Interior > \: n Cleanses the System Purifies the Bbj
\ Land Office.Uainc,, ille. Fla., Feb I\,1001 t j
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and general rundown condition of the !
'i Notice is hereby given that the Mayor of
system-clearly tiicwing the blood his :; The statement of the Philippine Lake City. Kla.. has Bled notice of his inten1 i SufferiJ"r.ES Malaria Biliousness
1 'nsltrrtxi In support i ii Constipalk
are'not turn to make nnal toM ,
lost nutritive qualities,has become thin Commission that the natives |i ot his claim under an act Congress ot nay U

and watery. It b iu just such caseS that I honest enough to hold office, sounds I,I :the:e. IHBO.Cleric that: ot said the Circuit proof will at made Lake bctore City. from a Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestiei

of its and like the advance notice of an inten- viz F. P. Cone Mayor -
S.S.S,has doc some quickest I Kla. on March 23. IDUI: : of Lake City. Kla., for the N W\{ SW qr. ; Bottla e jleei t io 61s to
most effective work by building up the tion largely re the army of I Sec'-rjTpSS.: U 11 E. DiseasedLiver Even Satisfact'oi.!

blood and supplying the elements lacking American carpet-baggers in the i* He names the following witnesses to prove ::.11r4GF rxjS, s3itax i D0
I the facts required in such cases viz: W. M
to make it strong: and vigorous. i ilandi.I i Ives. A. BBrown.Geo.. W. Price and Jas. E. i I Price, CO Cents.
I Young all ot Lake City. Kla. .
i I I W.G. ttoui.NSOK, Rcgihter.I .
wife used
My bottles of S. So several S. i Quitman Free Press, The Florida |I Prepared by JAMES F. BALLARD, St.1.ouIr. JU, ", :

u a blood purifier and and West Coast Railway was started I frWCWKHK******** -
Notice of Divorce.
to tone up a weak and this week construction, beginning at !I
emaciated lyItem,with THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT j i
Greenville. Mr. T.W. Oglesby,
very marked effect byway president IN of Florida In and tor Columbia I -- uiSAY
of of the company went down |: County i I
improvement"We Is CHASCEBT STTTISG:
regard it a from here to officially preside at the .j I Sarah Murray. Complt tTS

great tonic and blood beginning of this notable enterprise. :,I Bill for Divorce. -
purifier."-J.P.DOT. I I I Gabe Murray,Deft II \ !
Princeton, Mo.SS The company, it will be remembered, i j I I It appearing by affidavit filed in this 1 1I
I I cause that the defendant Gabe Murray Is j tf t
the of all I construct 1 I not a resident ot the State ot Florida and j
I greatest ; that his residence Is unknown and that there i Ii
and you will deep water at or near Tampa. The I Is DO person In the state the service ot subpoena I "
Sit I .on whom would bind the said defendant -
ad the appetite im- I! work: begins this week and will proceed .I Uabe Murray. It is therefore ordered Do You .UStationery
that the said defendant Gabe Murray.. be and |
at once,strength I j I rapidly most of the required !i 11:1 hereby required to appear to the bill ofi
returns,and nervousness vanishes as new material being at hand and a force 1 i ijof complainant herein Bled on the First Mon- I
March A. D. 1'JUl. the same being
day m rf
rich, pure blood once more circulates I.i i 12) men now at work on the road, ': the 4th day ot aid month and rule dayi
through all parts of the system. i i Used by order of the clerk ot the court and
therefore it will be at j
completed' an i! in default thereof a decree pro contebt will
S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable I early date and be read for business. j be entered against the said Gabe Murray as

blood purifier known. It contains no min ,I i provided Witness by the law.Honorable John F. White.

erals whatever. Send for our free bookon i Judge of said Court as also M. M. Scarborough.
Pneumonia Can be Prevented. Clerk. and the seal ot said court at
blood and skin diseases and write our I' the court house In Lake City, Florida, this
physicians for any information or advice This disease always results from a'I! 17lh day; of December, lauu. I, If you do-and every Merchant does-
anted. No charge for medical advice. cold or an attack of the grip and !I I : SEAL. Clerk Circuit Court. 1 we can saver you money on your or d ers.I _
'may be prevented by the timely use j i -Y-
.THE SWin SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA 6A. I There is a difference in ok Printing.
of Chamberlain's Cough Itemed}'. II i j Neat and
used''1- artistically printed Stationery
---- ----- --- That remedy was extensively
I is an advertisement for a nianV bust- t
the of La Grippe''
during epidemics
1 TRIED BY HIS PEERS. i ness, commands attention and shows 3
| during tne past three years and notI that the
: Kodol'Dyspepsia merchant is progressive and up- _
I a single case has ever been reported
Slug-lag- Bebake I* a Jmt y Thftt H4 1 J to-date as a business man.
that did not recover or that resulted i iI ,
Reached a. tniooaa" I I in pneumonia, which shows it to be a'' r On the other hand, "botch" printing 2-

.s VerdUL i certain preventive of that danger-1/ is a great deal worse than no printing
; 7the ous disease. Chamberlain's Cough i iI Cure at all.
No member :assachn-- I
j I has world wide
Remedy gained a
bar stood than A blurred smeared is reflection
setts the late
higher reputation for its cures of colds and up job a
::: Harry W. Paine. He was absolutely grip. For bale by Geo. W. Price. Digests what you eat.It .on a man's- business, and In this ''

\ fearless, and occasionally trampled I -- --- artificially digests the food and aids ; age of good workmen fir tclass inuchin- -

0 upon the traditions of the courts withthe !! Mr. McKinley will probably be a Nature in strengthening and reconstructing I ery and artistic type, there is no reason

utmost recklessness. On one occasion staunch believer in the thirteen the exhausted digestive or i why merchants should not get the best.
he was defending a charitycase gans. It i3 the latest discovered digest- '
: in which a boy of 15 was charge hoodoo before he get through d s- ant and tonic. No other preparationcan I j

with arson. He made a strong cabs tributing the 1,300 commissions approach it in efficiency. It instantly II I

:' to prove the defendant an idiot. placed at his disposal by the Army relieves and permanently cures II I "

'. After a charge from the judge, which '! Act. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn

'. was practically an order for acquittal, -, I Flatulence Sour Stomach, Nausea

: the jury brought in a veruict of 'II HOW TO CURE THE GRIP. j P Sick Headache,Gastralgia.Crampsandall W6 6an
other results DO me
{i imperfect digestion. Wor
guilty. The judge asked Paine if he Remain
home and take
quietly at
:, would i Price 50c.and$L Large site contains M times
move for a new trial. "I thank Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as directed I 1 small slie.Boot all about dyspepsia nmtledireg (!
you,for your suggestion,** was the an- I Prepared ty E. C.Dlllin-.Co..Chicago.I .
sorer, "but I am oppressed with the and a quick recovery is sure !i We have had years experience in the
That -
doubts to follow, remedy counteracts -
gravest whether I have the business
J and
'. to for trial. Your I any tendency of the grip to result in I we what good
move II
right a new
I r r.. rrrterrr. rWtrtr. rr. rt ..v work is and just how to
: honor, I have already askea for and Pneumonia, which is really the only execute it. Our

received for my idiot client the most j J serious danger. Among the tens of Three Papers Week i iI I II j' office is well equipped with new and =

I precious heritage of our English and I thousands who have used it for the I' artistic type and firstclass presses and

...... American common law-a trial by a :j grip not one case has ever been reported a F we are prepared to turn out the very .

D. jury of his peers." I that did not recover. For I FOR ABOUT THE I best class of printing with neatness and
Paine had old sale by Geo. W. Price. i!
an quarrel with the I PRICE OF ONE. dispatch.
supreme court, and never lost an opportunity -
of sbfMing his contempt for i lOur young men cannot be blamed !: | This paper and the Atlanta We are not unknown to the people of -

that body. Once riding from Boston i for not falling over each other to I,j wicei''Week Journal for ** Lake City ; we have served them wellin

,- Cambridge with a load of law enlist in the army. Sixteen dollar-i i the past and are now better prepared -

.," books he was accosted by a young i i a month isn't much inducement d3! i$1.50f I i than ever to give them value receivedfor
Harvard man with the remark: "You their in the future.Ve
and there is no glory to be had in pcr- 3 money _
. c, hate quite a load, Mr. Paine. Lar' | Here you get the of solicit a share of the patronage of the.F
books, I suppose?" "Oh, DO," was th e' forming'such service as our soldiers news |
answer, "only supreme court reports.:. must do in the Philip-lines. >: :: the world and all your local public and guarantee to turn out theE

;:' I |:! :* news while it is fresh, paying I best printing and in the most artistic
Fox Huatlaff a Costly ". ..I'y.r Reports show a greatly increaseddeath ]1 | very little more than one and up-to-date styles. .

Fox hunting conies high in Britain. rate from throat and. lung I It paper costs. Either paper is lI -

Some interesting particulars relating troubles, due to the prevalence ofj .I 1 well worth $1.00, but by epee *F /.
to the first cost of the sport were clal
are"!j: croup pneumonia and grippe. We arrangement we are en- |
given by "Lord Bathurst. There advise the of :I ailed to put in both of thorn *
use One Minute
of foxhounds in the i j Cough
j lt.: now 221 packs ;I
t it: United K 1gdom-lS\in England, 26 ;; Cure in all of these difficulties. It is i giving three papers a week I

i : : Scotland and 15 in Ireland and the only harmless remedy that ;ice can-I j i | ,flt t

+I" these 'packs consist of '8.()(,-) couples immediate results. Children like I i i ':t Fri66sth6 LOW6Stl
i! :-. of hounds and they necessitate the!!I I A. I;. Nixes II i i I 9 and this combination is the f I

j i employment of 100,000 horses of the --- --- I I! I best premium for those who J \: :.

value of $35,000,000, involving an outlay : It stems that"the carpet-bag rulers i I I want a great paper and a |

! t. of $25.000,000 per annum for their of Porto Rico have been giving good i home paper. Take those and I I! Letter, Bill and Note Heads,

I I.I ; maintenance. things to favored Corporations. The | you will keep up with the f
: Small Hone Beat.j Senate times. -1; Statements -
,I adopted a resolution asking j | fI I Envelops,
j t The experience of the British in :': Seretary Root for information, and i Besides, general news, the a a i

I! t South Africa is said to have demon- ,,i that gentleman slyly winked the nth i j | Twice-a-Week Journal has t I Tags, Cards, -
ttrated the
:t- superiority of small horses I! I
''er eye as he told the Senate :: much agricultural matter att
I to the draft animals in the I i that !i I Programs
1 :" field of hostilities. They can go longer :! Porto Rico was now under civil government !! 4* and other articles of special r< _

, -: without food, it is said, can do just u and his department bad interest to farmers. It has
Visiting and
, much good Work and make a smaller nothing to do with it. i i : regular contributions by Sam ; Business Cards,

-.- target for the enemy. i i -'- ,' 4 Jones, Mrs. W. H. Felton, : Ball Programs

,, rs .:J' I Ii |I Cubans say it is useles.1 for them ;i | John Temple Graves, Hon. F ,

!, | to send anything to the PanAmerican -' g C. II. Jordan and other distinguished F Wedding Invitations
"Fruit"To. | Exposition as they could derive ;i' writers. :

t. no benefit therefrom unless the -j Cell at this office and leave your E Pamphlets, Tie Checks,
Ameiian tariff < 4 subscriptions for both papers. You f
on Cuban
, productsb : can get a sample copy of either ft- fIt Punch-out Tickets
; reduced. Etc. Etc.
per here on application. ,
; I ---- fit -

I ; 'N. .raise- .good fruit j I II ... O.A.B-rORXA. .T'N.!PNtT'R 'RT MTTT Tt t!

....... 1ha Led Yoe tiara P- .
'! have Potash
I, feVI you' *pust i Sigu&t1llt .
i Fertilizers'containing''' 'Qf .. ,

i!' at least 8 to 10% Of (fiook4Uork a SpeciaIty .

Potash will give best 1
PATENTS THe- Prompt Attention Givento

''f. results on fruits of all I Ir 1r r ONORRHOEAGLEET- I Mail Orrdetfs.

: Ptsaptly paeat.A oa ltd ru. ass nodal,sketch. {
hinds I I

,, PILL tw..t bra eves .dared to i..antura r y SAFE SURE I -
2/S! 111Th. OT IC Taut
t Write fur our pamphlets which I raaeT. CURE YOURSELF
I should j S _____w saws I
L' i.r every turner's library $1.00.sea TO UCJ.T.

! The/ are sent free. C. A sNOW e.uuc an. C*. In. The
v.- & ...-Y Reporter Job Office.1liflKE

i I ,, a a attt office (I!
93 51.. N..Yak 0. f: I
1 .. For sale by George W. Price.

.::3a_ ..::tL CITY, FLA. .

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Established 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 7


I ;;
-" CHURCHES. Plant System.

-Rcr. F. Piiton par- l lThe' III 1:1:
tor. Preaching every Sunday: at 11 Great Through Car Line From Florida. ; I

a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school j ,- fJ
at 930 a. m. Epworth League 4.00 CONNECTIONS : OLYOJJ.BH.AQ_ I

p. m. every Sunday. Prayer meeting To C 1 The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond and .II'lli If,! t1If.
Wednesday evening at 7:45. The as t I Washington. I
f The Southern Railway yia Savannah Columbia and III fiND m
\1'1'AIII' ', Ii IiIi = ililm I1
ADVENT-Service* every Sunday 11 04.1. j Washington. I IN I! KICK \ !
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 10 .a

a. m. Prayer meeting Tuesday I .The Southern / II:
Railway via Jessup, Atlanta, ChattanoogaTo
evenings 8 o dock.EPlSOOPALncvrtlzi. I West The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.The liS / ft T the poor Printing you have been ,Ii

; Grubb recta The Southern RY via Savannah, Columbia, and Ashville. 1 !/1\11 I I .t\ using hen You can get the Best f .
j The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery. : just as easily as i>oor. Our prices are l!; :
or. Preaching 2nd, 3rd and 4th ; tJ {i reasonably consistent with up-to-date I ;
Sundays .in each month at 11 a. m. !1. /i\ lirst-clasd work.Ve ,
i are prompt.
7:45' m. Sunday school at To } Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New ) '
p. 0 Avoid further trouble and
East .1; !
I York, and Boston. ,
The Philadelphia III Ij Ij41f1
9 30 a. m.1'EFSIIYTERIAKRev. '
: ,
f Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation I ''1.'' by sending us a Trial Order. t!, I III'

J. 'C. Timms, Steamship. J Company for Baltimore., ,II'I; iStilg '!"

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

11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday and l Via Peninsula and O.cidental5teawsblp Co.w : H. L. DODD, PROPRIETOR. 'FIll'Il )
School 93Ua- m. Prayer meeting HAVANA.TOKoaSCOua. I tll''

every Tuesday afternoon. at 1 !'Il S.'M T"TT""T rt t t I, :rjt) !!!<;,!TaT ;T ,,t0t..t".c2!,:!LT"yJllg" I I1YjY IJ
o'clock: ,] I -
Cape Breton, 1 Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship R' e1Z ; i,ii.l' .L".F'N-3M.I

FUPTiST-Church has no pastor. Service & Prince EdLine for Halifax, Ilawkesberry and Charlottestown.. |I
wards Island.j !.
held school
9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursday Winter Tourists Tickets will be on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern 'iWellotern Pianos JAcBSCAMPBEFLt.Organs
evenings at 7:43. Ladies Helping and Southern States to all Florida Resorts via Plant Svbtem.. during the season I ,
' to return until May 31st. with liberal stojwwer privileges In Horttla. .
hand meet every Monday evening Addresses of parties In the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally !i
at 3 o'clock. supplied with all intormaUon and band*mj ad\ertislng matter. "OLD RELIABLE"

for Information as to Rates, Sleeping Car Reservations etc.,call on or write to I Established In IQ7S.

CITY. OFFICIALS. r. M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent.
.1 1$> W. Bay Str. Astor Block Jacksonville. rla. I
1JAYOJL-F. P. Cone, W. B. DISBAII.Savannah Gen'l Superintendent.Ua. a W. WRK.VN, Pass. Traffic Savannah.Mgr..G3l i Whitney ,


ASSESSOR.W, Phillip i iI f\.I All kinds of Small Instruments and Trimmings. Easy Terms. Low Prices.

COLLECTOR!=;IP. J. Edwards VESTIBULED Send for Free Catalogues and full information.


ALDERMEN.( -J. E. Henry,president; liMITED _-

S. L. Berry, M. L. Plympton, O. R. I I DIRECT LINE...

Parker, J. E. Jnnian, J. E. Young,

COUNTOFFicERS.. .NORTH.t EAST. ...... at .i 3i 1SO'M'IIERS DIVISION.' !i 27 Si 1 I ,

COUNTY, JUDGE-W.-M. Jvet. Lv Jacksonville..._.,10203 74ip 73 a Lv-Jacksonville... '. 1' : 9 Ina'- |'740pWS7f BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
tAr Kernandina. >-... lima 9 5p ..:..._ I ArHaldwlRm_ 9 &, 1Ii1'
SHERIFF-IP. Af. Hancock. Ar yerelt--I ail is sop 931 Waldo....__......h ,".'.. 111ia10L;, p NEW YORK,
t'LEaK-N. M.-SrarborollDh'J arbavannab_._..__-._ ISlp llaUpll45ajS Gainesville-----------------I aupl.. ... + ,
: SUKEK-J. L. Turner. Ar )'alrf.x..r__ I Wp : 411 a''. _'_ "Cedar iiey.-- .. .. .. fi35p| ....-. CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE,
Ar Denmark. 346p : M a| .___. "SilverSpring..._.. ..I| ..._ 1 lilp __
ASSESSOR-A- /. tfroimf, Columbia........._ fI.II' 1 38 a1 _.. Ocala..........._.... .' .. 1J1'I:! )a ATLANTA, i;
COLLECTOR-C. Janet.Suit. Ar Camden.._. 7 31 lIua,._._ %Yildw sd.______ "m ; Y tip: its
ArSo Floes.._..,. IO7oua .... BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION-H. L.. Ar RaMgh__..__._.... i ieaaiiioai ltsl.. .... "Tavares.---------> --- 323p r.: 3 4 30 ia a .
.eaiaL Ar Purumoatb.._ 5 _'''' I ..I! S W p 1 t.U a CHATTANOOGA, I
COUSTY COMMISSIONERS T. Booi- Ar Richmond! .. 4 Si ai S Si pL.-.. I Winter Park ..I .. r. 3:! ... RAILWAY I
chairman Frank Smith Oeo.A. Ar Washington...._._ H45a 11:11I: p,._..... -Dade .1t1..1 .- -, S to:P Jutfa4Uaa ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY,
; Ar Baltimore.._ ___....-UI UtI alit l3P,"' ''__ PUnt City. __.._....__. .__-I; 4 111p I
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Smithto, T. IP. Oetsen and A. *. Ar Plliladeipbla- su Pt\ : M a' m... T.mpa_...._.......... ..h _, SIMp 5 ll)a And all Points East and ....t.f' .
1': P.Bwnph.- : : *r.New. Yorkun'h'_'. 3 ull": 1113 a 1...m. ._. --
'onneetion made at Fernandina
Henry, chairman; S L. Berry- .andJ. I with Cumberland Houte steamers (j NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t)

B. Wlte. : < II leaving Fernandina 1:.O p. m. daily SERVICE fJKE THIS.
j jTHE f.
( except Sunday, arriving Brunswickj
WEST DIV.&N.o, L .

COURT CALENDAR. Lv Jacksonville..._ ..._u__. -1311-p I-94a;- j I 3p.m. ---- NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, }

Ar Late City.........._;....__. 11131'IIIU'a, I
Third Judicial Circuit of Florida Live Oak_______.__ hi W p.1I Up Leave F ernan mOl for Jacksonville Via savannah and Charlotte, N. C. .
.. ._.__...._.._._.._____. I
John F. White Live Oak Itladison ID M pI 1 o: p .;40 a. m. and 2:40 p. m.
Judge ,. ._. .
yO.u ) : ; U ii)a s 15 p THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, .
Fla, TomasvlUe.--.... I .. -
State's Attorney, L. E. Robinson, 1 .. Montgomery; _.-....__. 8 wa'''_''.: .h. I Arrivals at Jacksonville from north Ma Savanub and Charlotte, N. C. tI
St> Louis.....__......_.. ._ 744 aluua ....... ,
Jasper, Fla. "Tallahiia>oee.,.... ....... .__ :IE\: P & east, No. 27 at 9:10 a. m.; No: 31 at
i : Qui.cJ'__.______.__.!__moo 4 I.3:50 p. in. From: the west, No. 2, 7:23 ,
SPRING TERM. I "Klver Joncuoa_. _..._....._.. 515p o. m., No, 4, 850; a. m. From the south j Via Jeaup. !
Jasper, Hamilton county, 4th Tuesday -Penitacula___ ..__._...... ._.. i
Mobile. _.. _?____...... No 44, at *:30 a- m., No. W, at 31:1 :;)) !
in January. New', Orleans._.__........__.I.| _-1:.: |. -III a I! p. m."o&ii THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,
Live Oak, Suwanee county 2nd Tuesday !
Via .
LakeCity, Columbia county, 4th No. 44, solid vestibuled train between Jacksonville and New York, including I ti i
Tuesday in May. ; mail, baggage and express cars, day coaches, dining cars and Through' Vaatlbuled Train Pullman Drawing Room
Mayo, Lafayette county 2nd Tues- through Pullman sleepers between Tampa and New York, Atlanta and I SletplBf Car, Through Coaches Elegant Dining Car.
day in June. Nashville. Nos. 31 and 44 carry Pullman buffet bleeping cars between Jack I

Perry 'Taylor'county, Is Tuesday sonville and Tampa.No. Ii Through Pullman Car between Jacksonville and Cl 0.
Sleeping dlllltt! ,
bK solid vestibuled train of coaches mail i
in consisting day baggageand '
April. I I' '
1 via Ashevllle N.C., tad Knoxville through "THE LAND OP THE S&\.
between Jacksonville and and Pullman .
Madison, Madison county, 2nd Tues express cars Washington ,
day in April. sleeper between Jacksonville and New York. I
Nos. 3 andI, Pullman buffet sleeper Jacksonville and St. Louis via 1. Through Train via Southern Railway are BOW Operated
FALL TERM. Monticello, Thoinasville Montgomery. la Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville. I II

Jasper, Hamilton county, 4th Tues Steamers for Key West anllJn-ana-No.1 makes connection at Port I I

day in August Tampa with steamers leaving Momlas. Thursdays and Saturdays. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS H Vtrj Ln Rates CD Sill JttJl 1 ti Sept 30,1 900 '.
Live Oak,Suwanee county, 2nd Tuesi.f'' Nos. 2 and 1, steeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. .

day in November. '. E. ST. JOHN, V. E. M'UKE, 11 S. ALLEN, I! It nU, Mbel1a1.and Information call oa or addrew I
Lake 4th 1st \VP. G. M. Gen'l Gen. Pas .
Columbia :
City county, Bap't Agent.Portsmouth : W. T. COSBY, T. P. A.,
Tuesday November. Va. Ul wail BIl&reealIOUOII'W"J1a.
Mayo; Lafayette county, 2nd Tues A. O. MACDONELL, Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla.
day In December. 1 I. HOCLP, W. A. TURK:, 8. H. HAWWICK

Perry,'Taylor county, pat Tuesday in Try Manager Gen P.M.."., Aut.Gen.Fau.1ft, I
October WMkJaJ,D.a. WaAtagton,D Q. Atlanta,Sia.

Madison, Madison county, 2nd.Tues i GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. =- .1 i iI iI iI iI
day in October.

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1900. SUPREME. .
Subject to change without public notice.GAINESVILLE. .

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3 a 4
lJlJle Qdck STATIONS. QUick I 1)ixie ARBITERS

Flyer -L.! t!_ "lyep
Ii Mp III 11)a UI LY. ..... .... ll.-\r -11.)1'11I 4 lUa III I I
1161& m 1211' au .... ...... .Ullallil1.. ............ .... 2.4 i 1.1II 52 a III -
1 Iii" III 1 : P IU .... .. .. :..Vienna .. ............ .... 2i I' In 2 31 a III
153a III U-IOII In Ar..Cordele......... .... ....t.v "'= V III 21511 III15Ja I I MEN'S all that is Correct in
III 2 Cat I'IU I.v.... ......( lIdde.-\r..2 OM I' iu 21511 III for
. 230atn 25Upn ...... .. ....\ihburn. .................. :: III 1 3111 UI Fine Stylish Dressing
. 3 to a III :3 :!OIl III .. ... ....' ......... .... ... .l.v IL ai lllll 1 (jOa III \
y 3 15 a III 3 :IIII III Lv..l if ton................u\r t215p III 125a III HATS / LADIES, GIRLS, MEN, BOYS
, ,3 4u a III 'U p In ........ ..$l'l1rLs.... ......... .... 12 tr2 I. III 12 22 11 111357alll ,
iJ I'III ........ ...... ...... ..... a art 1IallliUl& SUITS and CHILDREN.
4 art .> 0.11'11I \r..... .. ..\ulI."ta.. .. ...........Lv iI IOn III 11 :1.)1' JIIlOa ,
. 4 III 5 <61' nt Lv.... .. ....Valttu tu ...............A r'1110 a III 113.11> 111531a1l1 OVERCOATS, \ The Largest Stock and
Taapi MARtI 6UUI'II1 l..l (tialn 103411111
6 01 a In II :!tI'1 III tI2 a 1\1 10 In P art'VH UNDERWEAR Variety.
38 a hI '7(01)111 ""''IIIII 9.wp III
6-\3 au 7 :!.II'III !4501I111 9211p art and BEST QUALITIES
BALKE'S 7 50 II m 11 :!511 m 7ja rat 8 ffi V ratS ,
tip a IU II ;J7p 1'1 7 37a III 752" m I FURNISHINGS.LADIES' .
015am 9-1'1111I 62Saart' 6-1OP'11I I and always

i LiVEOAK FLA.Where --- the .

045an 720plu 1.\ . ... ... .. ....... 920ptod SKIRTS
TilUr-itd SUITS, ,
I 8
t a IU $ 35 p UI l.v..S.I. I.p onl'iIY.\r\ 7 -lOa III 7 55V ratS LOWEST
" I 51rat \I :10 I' III \r....... .. .:tlnincsville. .. .. ......Lc 645 u III 7 00 n ratNURTU Waists, Uadersiirta, Under
t : wear, Htslery, Jackets,
I BUl'S) 5Clllmuus.l Cites, nay Neckwear aid A

WHISKEY 13'on. C 01 0 It\. X C .t: St is R y, ill ('en' r. It und tonl1'ctioIlS.i.lMahl FuraUhiig*.
l --
9401> 111 1.v.. .. .... ... I.uke t ........ .... 620all1 7 11011 n:
.' SOFTENED BY ACE.kaaded 4 15p nt 4 10a i. Ar... ...... .. .)1l1lOn.... .... .. ... .I.11 sip In tI 20 a m Boys' and Children's Supples,
; 1' 111 I2ain \ .. .: ... ... .. ... ......J.v S3/lpin 75Oain I HATS CAPS ()

I 1351' nl 1 0'1: 11Ar.. .. .. ......('llal tala'oga...........Lv 2551>> m 3 05 II rat II SUITS, OVERCOATS, ,
Gold H dal at Atlanta Exposition., G -Iii a m 6 M I' m Ar..N.n lap tile............ ..1.9 10 I' UI \I ;io p rat I UNDERWEAR aid FURNISHINGS.of J1
7211\ m 7 36a III Ar. .. .. .. St l.ouis. ... ..... .Lv SIt I' m 816:1 m -

f Ia the best, and purest 4 ffip III 7 o.ia m tr... ........ ..'iurinltt11.-.Lv ll tJOp III 001& IU91SI'm I C. 0. UlMMats willt irMlefi at eumlntaa f Tura
r (111.... ... U. JIf\Dt. MAIL aDElisi.a: t,Mi eaie.
II RIa III ............. a /.I.\ 7llOl' m .. -
Rye sold I
no time is shown train lo not slop. SAVANNAH, GA. _
in the South. Tra us No*. S and 4 the Dixie Flyt-r" have through sleeper between St Louis, Mo. ,I
fc and cLsunvilIe. Kla. viaYaUlosta. and through parlor sleeping car an I coach between .
Macon and 1'alatka. open bit the reception of passeagers in I'nioi Depot. Manm
s R.F.BALKE&CO,Proprietors, 9:30 P u1, and remains HI Vufon 1'iiiou Depot on relay until 7:30 a in. and can bo
tx-cu&ied until that time.WlLUAM B. H. Levy & Bro.

e Ct5C 5 .uc4 m out .aa3 em.. .44 .. Vice President Lake City, Fla.
.t .1id hatlt sat O, B. Ruont. IhRIIY UIIINS.
1i'"s MCno4W dlairrbiitc. p Geu'l fau .A ent, I...cots.Oa. ,J. 1' A Jacksonville, Fla.


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: Louisiille -& Nahui11e- R. R. V V ORMS.O'WHITE'S Ya.t la Qastr.ir7. -F'y CREAM --

Runs through cars to Fensacola: ISAfolif f 'ffO Years Has Led ell Worm Remedies. (

Mobile and New Orleans, to Birmingham BOLD: :PY A.X.I. DH.TTOOISTS.:

Nashvilie and St. Louis, to rrepas.a ..11.1'7ES' F. MALLARD, Sijt 1 ,.

Louisville, Cincinnati and Evansville 6 Co.:
Gam.EJlEN-f bad a severe cold which settled on
and without
to Chicago leaving
my liags. I tried a number cf advertised remedies "' .Jf3MsT''ct91'-fet ..-LlW,, ,,,2-R:;:t'l T2r.t'9'r t..J'r+ec.rtr T Y.3BT !
train. For rates, schedules and I and several physicians, but received no benefit. I was '

sleeping-car call on reservations write to or in mended despair but when a few Folej'a doses Honey gave and great Tar relief.was 1 recom-could i Fire! Fire! Fire .;: >-

sleep and tic hacking cougb ceased. Two bottles ,- !r'
I like thief both daY and and steals away home
It comes a night your or Wn .
B. II. Fia. Pass. Agt. cured atirely. It saved life. <
HOPKINS He my You cannot afford to ran the risk without Insurance Prote.-tion. I KfJnl' ;;C'
206 West Bay Street, S. F. FRITZ. sent the very B<;st Insurance Companies and will take pleasure ia '* '
677 SedgwKk St.,Chicago U. Insuring your property. Prompt adjustment and Payment: *nrNashville =*--
Jacksonville, Fla. of all Loa-Wi guaranteed. I make no chare for writing : .
polity as usually charged by other agent e =C
C. L. STONE, G. P. A., I .
Louisville, Ky. ,' OSes: 105 Herzaadi8t, itu Baptist CharclkT. .v ._
HODGES. PHONE i1"i".aol
R. NO. 31 ::

y ttrGr cults -, iN 'lI"li; P ., 1io 1>jt 1': If'I

Notice -w i I -
l' .
Is hereby given that(30) thirty days from iI I
this date I will on behalt ot the state 01 I
Florida.Issue tax deed to F.M.Douglassfor I Chattanooga &<< St. Louis RlaJ .
the following described lands to-wit: II ,
Sold Geo. W. Price.
The SE ! tion$:.Tp 4 S.K 18 East.120 acres: and S W I ,
4 of NW if and NW AotSW qr and E K of I
SW qr Section 33 Tp 4 S.R 18 East. ISO acres Western and Atlantic R'y
embraced In certificates Nog.roll and S77.
Witness mr hand and seal Dec.21st A.D. .

19tA1-. IgEAL.V M.11 SCARBOROBGH. Fire Storm Tornado and Cyclone Insurance. "Battlefields Line"
Clerk Circuit Court
i: .
To Chattanooga. Nashville Louisville Cincinnati Chicago St Lou!$ Sfemnbli'i,i
points West For ratos and schedules write toG ....
E. C. P. A., Atlanta,Ga. T. M. D<>t1.L F P. A., JacboafJIlt,i

J. D. CALLAWAY, Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business.
BROKER Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. P. J.. BECKS -.


Lake City. FMa. .




and women to appoint agents and ,
represent us. some to travel others I -=;;
:.. tor local work. *12 weekly salary and r
expenses. Old established house,
pleasant permanent positions, taps. Teachers and Prospective Teachers I "
c. advancement and increase ot wages.Write
at once. Address t
.'< BUTLER ALGEK. -. ** i $
d? rVvt-K. NSW llAVKX COSS.Jewelry ,will. find Review(lasses at the Lake
City College. .
i iJ

t1aI1 digs ,.

:'" ) ... -. -,' t I
A ; ,
Staple .except railroad fire for one term.
'i I
Send for Circulars to ,
Look at the next ten people you
meet and see how much is worn ot
c the so-called jewelry. From a .
." tnUOUO watch chain to a live cent W. F. YOGUM, Lake Gitij, Fla.SUMMER i
Ktitkpm. Jewelry has come to
be li-laple article of dress You
will buy more or less of it: see r ------ -- -- -S
that you ei-t what you pay tor I
;. when you buy. You can .be sure i
ot this it you will buy of
g -
P. B. Summers I 0fIQ0" aaris att st HO HN6. .iifiJD.DOOWOHIIeRii.' i
0 = -
f Columbia City, Fla. i THE QRIFFINQ BR s. w.- .

who has a full assortment of the I *; HEAT I I PLANTS 1 (iejcrinh* 134 KtastriUl cmIooa.;
l. W. F.M..US CO.gouda Every ar- 4
r- tide ot these goods is fully war The thermometer : i -Tellav-
O illlh.o bto climbing to the Summer O
ed.ranted A lobe exactly as represent I heat mark.;; You will soon be wishing you could roRPROFIT W hit eo that a.d 8.*te Grew u< Kket ak
; to this
guarantee O contrive to get along without that the Great
'" effect given with each article You: can.g awfully hot range. o _
':. of these goods purchased at their O -Money tUktot Pranks if tta..aW
store. I

W. F. MAIN CO. TRY A BLUE LAME. O I, ttifh-Qrida Trees + NitTreesCnlt Peaches, Purs>.Fin Plants Satsaaua, I'enUI-.4.ta.i Ii I-
Eastern j j I i Qtiages OtrBs TnfoluUit Suck OnBuaul .
Factory. cor. Friendship and
O Trees.Roses < O .
an evervtaiaj *
Eddy Strs..l"rovldence.K. I. Western Blue Flame"rilat I Low Prices
an ideal beat for cooking- ulck. it trove, arcaurd or garden. Addna* .
Factory (largest Jewelry Factory in O convenient and economical. We have Stove you want I
the world).East Iowa l'ityIowa. CherSiiMU It c'su but little and is a great labor saving device.
teet of floor apace. dMWU! I All sizes-with or without cooking utensils. i _CATALOGUE FREE. The Griff ing Bros. C?

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Jasper Fla. I I Lake City. Fla.

.# KOOERSON & SMALL, I<'ing" I c Well Fed .UT IC8TREQUIRES .

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LAKE Crrr AND JASPER, FLA" I Inil "' .

Will do a general practice in State a O husbands make the p ;j

lag rant Federal Hlotl Lake courts.City Collections office: dlstw-lvr.Second and conveyanc floor Vii I';I 0 you'll Have Better: Meals, and the CooK a B tter TeraDer.I bat husbands, and -

0 their food can best 'l
carry the most comple linq.of Crockery. Queens- -E
t. i 0 ware and Tin-ware la the c"' Just what you waatI be preened on the
prices the lowrs: coni ,
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'.. Attorney at Law and So Tln-RooliflQ and New 1
i,: licitor in Chancery. i Gotterlng a Specialty. F

'-NOTARY PUBLIC.Special .--' j'

attentiou given to Commercial col /--- J. D. STREETY..= E Er T
lections and execution of Deeds, \I '
1.. Mortgages and all other Legal !! EStnterpriSe .
papers. untie- lui Her- \' g !: LESS FUEL
nando street ; J
f.- near Baptist Church. I I I

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'\' T. B.; OLI'ATTOftNY II ER,AT- I I Labor Saying Reading for For twenty years the premier stove of the South, .

made from
LANE CITY FLA. Southern material by Southern work- I

":. COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS men, and giving Ideal
j satisfaction in over 200,000 I
office: Marion street, up stairs over M r S.- I Busy Men and Women in homes. Retains heat and bakes better than any
T. ,
A. ferry's building 1
; turiuerly other
f' Il.iozer.1:CalUway.: occupied "I! stove. Sold under guarantee. If your dealer

fitm.I'ractice to all in Bumes.all State. Mortgages Courts.prompt and atten-Deeds can not show you the New Enterprise, write for t

s".' drawn and acknowledgements MASTER IN CHANCERY taken. FOR 13.00.i CIII a yw clay THE. OUTLOOK $* ...b", either of our seventeen department_Catalogs, and .4

: laulUOLIIYBIA COUSTY. .- a J' ar prices, showing everything used in the kitchen, 1

'. A dining room, laundry, or-dairy. A little 4
Weekly Newspaper tad u Illustrated Magazine in oae. Tells tie story : postage

of vorld-Iuppciungs every week-in brief:ekar est pangnplu. Lymu Abbott stamp will save you many dollars; .. .. .. .

t. 11 18. SWACKARD i is tk Editot-ie-chief and Himiltoa W. Mabie tie Associate Editor. d

The finest .
line of
Tailoring (nods ever The author ef"How the Othtr Half IJves"
;,.' miutt YOU"Ul In Have town,no Every liiKculiy HalUi in u is correct give account in THI of his OUTIOOK.n intensely human....nvid wffl most Under sinking this pseudonym of recent novels were,written Black two Rock of and the CO.auawMCTuataw. t
as a child in Denmark, =-
wleitiia "Tbe
Dnotsendyuururdrrcaway a> in Sky A new novel of Canadian and or ;Jj
or welt U )* a Lair ot Pauts-but a reporter immigrant,and y.itudeent of wJ,a traveller Western life by this author will appear in Tu SttveiBu Tflwan.luteJa :;
call. a.u see my line of Goods male your problem*,aDdu etboienllld Theodore tenemenl Roosevelt house OUTLOOK during the year. In spirit humor,pathos
xU-uiuu a U have Goods made In reorganizing the New aid strong character-drawing u tt even Mipcnur to tnt firatw.
day. tfaneet t i'GuaranUeJ.Clothes up same writes won simplicity,humor York and poke.vigor. Mr. Kus 111 predecessors. |.....n...._...... molts***
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Dyed, Gleaned and Preys SPECIAL'I To introduce THE Cklu..Cnc.kery,Glwwue,T'A.

and College Pressed Boys,75 Salts cents(leaned each., LYMAN. AB.BO.Ir.wiD ; OFFER I OUTLOOK to new readers Art aid Holiday&jdi
eontilute a series ofimporua* furti- eaMMM-J we will send for
papers op it
Satl&lactoru :Work mental political principles as applied to twentieth USHYJUt TEIL
Gibr.tieed. century problems. It will be called"Tu RJCHIS two months' trial for 25 cents prvtded ,
N. .IUO1$T. or MAH, and will define
.P& li5 MU.W. mdustiUI ed+tcatroaalaad : this is mentioned.
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