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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
February 22, 1901


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Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )


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

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


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CITIZES, Estab. 1886 f(Aug.. 24,1900 LAKE CITY, FLA., FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1901. Vol. XXVII No 15

Alt APPEAL FOR ROADS. 'f ment' as to be a living and 'economic- be relied upon as authentic. ,
.4.Thai :-' monument'to its expenditure?' Could $63,000: will secure to the county a -

Columbia' County la 'forging not $65,000 serve to put Columbia at net-work of hard roads which will

ahead that she is t"be counted the front; where by virtue of her connect all the principal towns and '

among"'the'' most progressive coun name'she belongs? extend the length and breadth of the ,

ties of the" state. Is determined by This paper will show that this can i county,' in all, 125 miles of twelve The Best ': -

the enterprise which h" apparent In be done and public opinion must say I foot pavement, a possession of no

her chief citjt. .., IIt ,- if it Bhalt other county in the state. The above
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Little more than. a year age the There'ia no greater common county cost includes surveying, straightening S

spirit of adfancBmett'crept into"our interest than the common county and grading.A T h i n g S Hot-breads,

city and has effected a change whichhaaprtred.the. wagon roads. preliminary sketch is given be- biscuit
There is nothing that is so pro-low giving distances and showing the .
root of the .town' ,
ductive of education and commercial roads which ought to be improved.
prosperity-though some of. the wiser cake .
--- To Eat ,
ones shook their heads the old traditions I

:were broken,' ,the city was rolls, ::

bonded,acid the.hard streets came. .

Since them the workers: of brick and .. ARE muffins,

wood hate,been among the busiest, .. '": .". ,
MADE crusts .
and there is ,1'l' ,
yet not vacant, house l

ia town. Since then business; principle ... WITH puddings
nis seen' t.f" to place There "a r 'c ,
v "J"'i, I
power plant and water and -light and

equipment, second to that of no. in. .., .... ... \fr I .
laud town.Jttjth.ejfrtate;, the merchants r', \ .. 0, ROYALBaking the various

have found need to increase ; ,

their capacities,aad new merchantshave ''-. "" I pastries
: come 1nSince then there ihaa -,"
been new life4n all'the"avenue v&f I I

trade. a leavening
And nothe''jeal county enterprise "i I'

glna.i I Soon ',the.'(question" ofLonding '" or raising
wi fume for; a new and Powder

larger court house into be considered. Ii I agent.

And surely the one we"have is Dot an
hollJlMC! .I tJ."town; ";', i! .

besides inconvenience, of it to the .
Risen with Royal Powder all these
county officiate who are crowded for 1 Baking ,

-office wow. No one will say that : foods are superlatively light, sweet, tender,

the court house is not -worthy. the"attention i I delicious and wholesome. '
or the counter people. I.

But turn a moment, there may be i Royal Baking Powder is the greatest of

other matters: :worthier of notice and l time and labor savers to the pastry cook.
There could i- Besides, it economizes flour, butter and eggs,
certainly be no economy I

Is a county.building for less than .. II and, best of all, makes the food more

$ta,60aJ "Lef those'who'dunbt this .... : digestible and healthful.)

t corrwpwHHrrth the chairmen: 'the I'

boards of county commissioners of I'I
; counts I hat,"have; rebuilt/theireouralybvwee ; "$I>. .. 1 I

j: : .: Alachua; .Clari' t ,. "" The Royal" Baker and Pastry There are cheap baking powders
Cook -containing over 8ot ,made from alum, but they
Hamilton, etc. Now the question It, I I most practical and valuable are exceedingly harmful to

could not 1t$05,000 be Applied at this .. cooking receipts-free to health. Their astringent and
I time more iorceably: to the interests : ,. I I every patron. Send postal cauterizing qualities add a
of the I" card with your full address. dangerous element to food.
county people? Could not I I

145,000 be so.used in county i-nprove-


Lake. City to mounts Ferry_,..___.--........-_!S9 milesLeno
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County line East: 11 mites !
.II ..* ( i&aty line wet*._._ ----.10 miles i Senator Hanna said during the last Mr. Carnegie says that all his air
. White Surines__.......-----------------------.1. : miles that radical in the
j i campaign changes castles have been realized.
From road to Fort woiic___...-_.-.......-.-__-_. 14 railed 'I I I The
'"j "' Haan----.----.--.-_.-.-..._..._.-: wiles i i i, tariff laws would be made. Now Senator castles have been steelgirded.The .
. *' Count*line ._ 7 miles
, .". "' Providence _-...-- Smiles !j I[ Aldrich declares that the administration
BlaAiack_ _._.. ....1 miles has Intention of editor of the Fordville
Fort While to Klkbvllle__.*____._._...__..._____.... 7 mile I I no Miscellaneous writes Ky.,
1 :.- modifying the Dlnjfley law in any respect as a postscriptto
Total_._.....n... __. ...__......,L-............_______________m.-..-. .lil miles I I other than to reduce the war a business letter: "I was cured of
F -- kidney trouble by taking Foley's
I .: tax, Evidently Uncle Mark has Kidney Cure." Take nothing else.
and agricultural success in a region j jaa New Jersey's roads cost her from I': changed: '\\ illie's nind. G. W. Price.

the perfecting: of the facihtlca for $3,000 to 110,000 per mile; North Carolina .)

commercial intercourse. paid $4,000; Alabama 0,000; Ken- j! For the weakness: and prostration Mr. William Waldorf Astor has

,And to bring the facts to the notice tucky's roads cost her from 1300.00 to I|I following grippe there is nothing so about concluded negotiations for a

of the county farmer-taxpayer prompt and effective as One MinuteI
10,000 per mile; and ono county in Duke for his daughter.
-there is not a greater economU- Ohio ------- --
er than that which doubles the haul than $2,000,000 on her roads. And 1 highly endorsed as an unfailing rem --

.. ing capacity of the farmers' horses, numerous examples might be cited I I edy for all throat and lung troublesand

diminishes the wear upon his wagons, showing the- difficulties which must its early use prevents conliumvI -
tion. It was made to cure quickly.
tad brings him nearer to his school, have been and must have been overcome I A. R. Wise.

his church, his neighbors, and to the for the improvement of the I T

; K. railroad. wajon.way eUewhere. Ours will cost Those members of the United "
The county's wealth lies in such in- States Senate whose
us per only $5U 00. terms, expire
terests that hauling is continual and Finally the question to the county with the present month seem to be

1 the county thoroughfares are in con. voters is: Will you now decide to vicing with each other to see who

# stant use. pay the interest ou bonds for SU5.000 I I' can chunk the most balls at the ship
A conservative estimate of the I
and have a uew court house, and con subsidy baby.
This: picture is the trade mark of yearly road tax paid by this county, tinue to haul half loads over crooked I
:=. SCOTT'S in extra horse feed, and in time, and G. W. Price, the druggist, will re-
roads and
EMULSION, and is.en to pay your yearly tributeto
ia wago repairs; such would not be fund if
your money you are satisfied
i Florida's sands or will shorten
tvJryjbottle SCOTT'S EMUL1 credited. And yet it is a tax from ; you after using Chamberlain's Women Like
hauls, increase loads, are
.. SlOffin the World, which nowamouflts : which not a particle of benefit is de your your Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
: diminish the of
necessity repairs,
to many millions yearly. rived by any one; and a tax which cure disorders of the stomach, biliousness flowers Healthy andstrong
double the value of
your property, they blossom
Tb s freat business has I has been paid epee since I-'loritJasand constipation and headache. .
grown to keep your county in pace with tfie and bloom. Sickly, they wither and
'sudi, vast proportiotis; ** "*- .. first began to trickle through wagon prosperity of its metropolis, Price 25 cents. Sampler free. d.e. Every woman ought to look well
spokes; and which will remain until possess and feel well. It's her right and duty.
.Fi /-Bea.USe'the proprietors the voter demands that it bei'i h- pride-worthy commonwealth, and )Ir. Andrew Carnegie is reported but she might u well try to put out afire
drawn. .. in a few years build a $100,000 courthouse with oil as to be healthy and attractive -
have to be giving intimations that whether
i always beeti. most caref faselediag The estimates given herewith may ? S. M. with disease corroding the
: ,the various ingredients he dies poor or not, the libraryand .organs that make her a woman. Upon
organ lund will be tolerablywell their health depends her health If
.: "isedjin i its composition,''namely; SAYS HE WAS TORTURED."I I The price paid him for his steel interests fixed. there is inflammation or weakening

1 the finest Cod Liver!Old,"'fwd the suffered such pain fruit corns Icould is enough to make Mr. Carnegie drains or suffering at the monthly
I I period, attend to it at once. Don't
:. purest HyPOphosp tes., o hardly walk," writes II. RoblBsonftBillsborough almost despair of being ableto LA GRIPPE QUICKLY CURED. delay. You're one step nearer the

Ills. "but 1i ick-I die poor. "In the winter of 1898 and 1399 I grave every day you put it off.
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, Aulfallyt combined .the what is called la they cannot live forever with disease
: various, them. Acts like magic on sprains, grippe. says F. dragging at the most delicate and
i. Ingredients that tits"best..possibleresu bruises, cuts, sores, scalds, burns, L. Hewett, a prominent druggist of vital In their body. You
.:c: s are..obtained. by".. its,.use.. .' boils, ulcers.and Perfect Cure healer of skin I' One Dose Winfield, Ill. "The only medicine I have been deceived in so-called cures.may
X > diseases piles. guaranteed -
> We don't see how you could help it-
f: r all druggists, 25c. I used was two bottles of Chamber there much worthless stuff
'Wnt-Beaittsert'Iias: by When headaches 1 is so oa
i :;mad 50nmy Tells the story. your : lain's Cough Remedy. It broke up the market. But yon won't be disappointed
; sicklyaeHcate difldren J r and you feel bilious coostl- in CradSeli'i Female Reg
Democratic Senators are right in rpated, and out of tune, with your the cold and stopped the coughinglike ulator. We believe ILis the one meal-
J gong and healthy. 'given health stomach sour and no appetite, just manic and I have cine on earth for womanly ilia. Thereis
fc 'demanding the I never since as much difference between it and
1 ifsy :;cheekstoso that Republicans bay a pacfcage of ,,
,many.pale; been troubled with grippe." Cham other so-called remedies as there it
;; ta l etoic..J.ids" and healed the hall keep a> quorum in the Senate berlain's between nght and wrong. Bradfield's
longs Wood's Pill Cough: Remedy can alwaysbe
an Chamber while the Ship"Subsidy ,jab Female Regulator soothes the pain
i. I s tored tolullhealtb, sofflany ; la debated. depended upon to brake up a severe stops the drains,promotes regularity
' rr" n IDltJtF 'ftrt'.stages'of.. being [And take a dose'from 1 to C pni cold and ward off any threat strengthens,purifies and cleanses. It
? does all this and and
A'- A..I quickly
.You will be surprised at bow easily ened attack\ of pneumonia. It is naturally. It ie tor women alone code-
: !11.-! .1. those 'they win do their work, eon your pleasant to take, too, which makesit cide vhetLer they will be healthy or
..S.R. "e lilt tJW iLIeOL for freua.pIe. GOOD NEWS comes headache and biliousness, rouse the( I the most Desirable and one of the sick. Bradfield's Regulator lies at .
1aM1nl11Upn1e Hood's Saraaparillk for hand. *1 battle at drug store.
liver and mate you feel happy again. ) per
5c- :-Y, WN.-., CIit. and rheumatismtdeliortsajreethatMOOD'S 25 cents:Sold all_medicine dealers most popular preparations in use for a ....floss,.....w. 6
L- o ___'- scrofula, dyspepsia bl these ailments.., For sale by G.V..
ff$ Y
"..: :;.'"1"D -- '. CURES I i. Price. UK Il4llf' KCUATN ce.-til: .Cfc'

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., 2 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Estalbished 1874!_

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three times and put upon its passage., Pneumonia Can Prevented.. ,I .. . .. ... __. >. .
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$TARV'I The rote ::; Ay ef President Hen- This disease always results from a ..

ry, .Ald: rrYJIDI1ni Parker, cold or an attack of the grip and ?.

Slow Plimpton" Rogers. Nay, ,Ald. Mote.. i may be prevented by the timely use

if, growth ley*: |Hof Chamberlain',; Cough Remedy.
of hair The President declared the ordinance -|That remedy was extensively used ..1

M' 1H comes passed and it was certified to during the epidemics of La Grippe

from lack the Mayor who approved it at once. during toe past three years and not
and returned it. :a single case has ever been reported
'' of hair On motion of Aid. Rogers that the J that did not recover pr that resultedin
uhith shows it to be a '
food. The pneumonia,
council order Escambia street, bc-j''certain] preventive of that dangerous -

hair has tween blocks; 67 and 68, from Colum- ,. disease. Chamberlain's Cough The KInd You Have Always Bought, and which has baa+ ...
!, AIR no life. bia street to Alachua street,'opened;Ia j(]Remedy has pained a: world wide in use for over SO years, has borne the signature sr

" It is starved. It keeps division was called for and the vote I.I gape reputation For sale for its by Geo.cures W.of Price.colds and and has been made under his peh

was: Aye, President Henry, Aid. sonal supervision since its infancy
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coming gets
Berry, Parker,Plympton and Rogers, I Both Senator David BII ill, cfNew ADownoonetodeeelveJ'oulutl&i..All .

thinner and thinner, aye 5. Nay,Aid. Inman and Moaeley, j I York, and Colonel William Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good are fen* '

bald spots appear', Nay 2. So the motion prevailed and I 1 Jennings Bryan, of Nebraska. have Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health cf ?s:

then actual baldness. the street was ordered opened. >|.declined the invitation of the Teary Infants and Children Experience against Experima i

i The only good hair The following accounts were approved -!I legislature to address that body.

, food i and ordered paid: JY. H. !|:Thus is the opening: of the next national t=
; Kempton, $L 10, feeding prisoners; i campaign indefinitely postponed : What is

p you /WHO I Porter & Glover 11.35, for scoop; A.I, -fortunately. Neither of --

can I Sapp 93.00, police; H. C. Rickerson, I i(I I these gentlemen seem disposed to Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pianos 4f

$S5.00 trimming trees; J. F. Stewart, l'Commit overt act at this early gorse, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. II J |
soy I( any
L Hair .$$4.00 guard-i stage of the contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Varcotia
On motion of Aid. Parker the sal i substance. Its Age is its guarantee. It destroys Wang

it visor ary of IDowllng as 'Policeman was WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY. I and allays Fevel' hnes It cures Diarrhoea and Wad -

. increased to 150,00 per month from There's no rest for those tireless i i Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipattoi.
; feedsthe today. little workers-Dr. King's New Life and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tfc e4

roots, stops The following names were stricken Pills. Millions are always busy cur j I Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural. sleep, '*

starvation, and the from the registration list: ing torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend .-.

hair grows thick and '! E. G. Allen D. M. Beckman, II. fever and ague. They banish I j

long.. It cures dan- t! P. Baya, F. F. Barden, H. C. Burke, sick headache, drive out malaria. I| GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS .

: E. M. Cheshire, J. M. Caldwell, W. Never gripe or weaken. Small, I
druff also. Keep a > i i taste nice, work wonders. Try'' li
bottle of it on '1C.I Caldwell, C. F. 'CarruihJacob I them. 25c at all druggist |I Bears the Signature of
! your Ellis, Ben Ellis, L. Fielder'; J. G. i 5'-:]
} dressing table. ;Gray, J. P. Harden, J. H. Hunter, Those faith curists who have land i

t It always restores '9. U. Hadley, Carl Hoffman, J. A. I ed In jail for smashing .drug stores ii

color to faded or gray : Hendry:, \V. M. Hancock. H. H. Hair, j can just"imagine" they'are out and i -t

hair. Mind, we say G. M. Kinnison, A.J. Miller,'T. W. '| everything will be all. right. j I I ,"
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Moore, S. E. McCall, J. P. Morgan,
"always. You Know What You are Taking
i IJ. A. Orme, J. M. O'Neill, W. P. The Kind You gage BoughnI
When you take Grove's Tasteless j j Always
'1.00 a bottle. AU drugfUU.HI Phillips, O. E. Pons, H. Rickards, Chill Tonic because the formula ia !

bare found your Hair Vigorto M. H. Roberts, Ben Stiles, R. R. plainly printed on every-bottle showing '
tried be fur the best the b&ir.remedy iiy I have hair ever was Strange, Jesse Sanders, W. T. Smith, that it simply iron and quininein I In ,Use For Over 30 Years. .4
falling out very bad go 1 thought a tasteless form. No cure no pry .... .
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Jas. .
W. T. D. s
1 would try a bottl of it. i had Strange, Tompkins, 50 VHf atrT.Ya TT HUM* .n. Mir YOU T*
.. used only one bottle, and my hair Walters, Alex. Williams, Randal cents. .. -. -- _.-- .-. -- -.-- -- -. .--.-- fI,
tailing outs and it is now
i'I. sped and long "Waite, C. Wallace. Somebody has made the discovery .1-
JuJ,28II9ll. Vonken.S.Y.DMT The folioing contract was then I) that a person's character can be told I "iI -
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read and on motion adopted: by their favorite color. People who
.(A* Dtmtitf.H I I
f will und you b>. book on TIle The Lake City Electric & Water persist in wearing bright red neckties -----oUlE'f.SAW MILL ;

Lion Bur jon Md with Scalp.about Ak your him hair.any mm.Yoa Company hereby agrees, that, inconsideration will please take notice.
will netlr a prompt antwtt fr", of $200.00 month I .. ..
.Udr_, Va..J.Iaw.EISw. to furnish lights from twenty-seven per When you want aj physic, that is Four Miles West of Lake City.

((27) electric arc lamps of 2000 candlepower I mild and gentle, easy to take and I First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any.part."

in lieu of the twenty-seven pleasant in effect use .Chamberlain'sStomach of the City on short notice. Address .. .

1200 candle power arc lamps now in and Liver Tablets. Price BOlE
S. P. :
cents. Samples free. Every box ,
all when
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. use, during nights, except .
guaranteed. For sale by G.V..
the full moon shines so brightly in ----- -
i' Price.
each month, that the lamp light is' *
Council Chamber Lake
City, Fla.,
Feb. 18, 1901. unnecessary, and the said arc lamps I j A FIREMAN'S CLOSE CALL fi itg Bottha met. President Henry shall replace the present ones as "I stuck to my engine, although e Lalpi '

presiding. Present, Aid. Inman, soon as possible. I every joint ached and every nerve
Parker Should the town order additional was racked with pain," writes C. W.
Moseley, Plymptoq, Berry
and Rogers. The minutes of last 2000 candle power lamps they shall Bellamy, a locomotive fireman, of j a s. l hl oiii dill .

meeting were read and approved. be furnished at ninety dollars per Burlington, Iowa. "I was weak and s '1

The committee Hernando treetwat year each. And this contract shall pale, without any appetite andjall lRiilTiT --
on be for one year or until either party run down. As I was about to give c -DEALER IH- .
granted further time. i up, I got a bottle of Electric Bittenand
The committee on buildings reported afterwards gives notice of terming I I after taking it, I felt as well as :i
that they have examined them tion hereof. I ever did in my life." Weak, sick 1 I Coot Drinks, Fruits, Vegef?, -
i Lake City Electric & Water Co. ly, run-down people always gain new ,
and recommend that
they be removed I
p life
strength and vigor from their .
R. W.
Pres. ;
at once. On motion the report use. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed bles, Tobaccos Cigars
was adopted. Filed Feb. U, 19H. by all druggists. Price 50 '1 ,
On motion council cents. '.'" '
The committee on arc lights re ( y
ported that contract predared and I Attest:. W. M. IVES, Clerk. -T -- -- Nuts, Raisins,; Apples,,
I Elizabeth Stanton
'ady indorsesi
will be presented.Ald. I ---- .

Parker reported the ordinance I FAMILY JARS i i Mrs. Nation, while Susan B. Anthony )7 \7 1 And Fine Candies.MANUFACTURERS .
disapproves of her. For once in her .
relative to cattle and animals running are more often the result of indigestion I t
. at large upon the streets. The than anything'elae. Dyspepticsare life Aunt Susan and the barkeepershave I!I AND BOTTLERS 08i .-. .

ordinance was amended. after its usually irritable,nervous, cranky managed to get together. i Soda \Vater, Sarsaparilla Strawberry,. Ginger='Ae.
individuals who make trouble for all ---
: first reading. i Seltzer Cider 'Etc. 5
those around them. Dr.
Loyal'ord's HOW TO CURE', THE GRIP. '
X>n motion of Aid. Rogers the President I. Dyspepticide makes the stomach j .
Remain Geo J Davis ..
quietly at home and takeChamberlaiu's Ma;lt7ag
right and health and r
was instructed t) appoint a restores happiness .
in the household. Cough: Remedy as directed __ _
of three examine-the 1
e u -- -
and a quick recovery is sure .. ,
old building on the White Jot. The < .
who to follow. That remedy counteracts
President Aid. Mrs. Carrie Na1. was formerly
appointed Rogers,
I any tendency of the grip to result inj ;{ .
Moafeley and.Plympton. a doctor, is a specialist in diseases ill
Aid. of the joint. I j Pneumonia, which is really the only '
'0 Plympton a substitute The :
i serious danger. Among the tens of
for the cattle.ordinance. On motion, : i thousands who Offers to both .
I j have used it for the sexes .good: education .
I of' Aid. Parker the substitute was I' Like bad dollars all counterfeits of: {i grip not one case has ever been reported Florida along the l1f'eiof- ::,
laid upon the table. tQn 'DeWUt's Witch Hazel Salve are that did not recover. For '
: motion of Aid. Parker ordinance _( worthless. The original quickly i;sale by Geo. W. Price. Madre ThouQti and Activitu.Scientific. ., ;,

: No. 114, to prevent cattle cures piles, sores and all skin dis-. The House-passed-193-private pension -gricu 1 tuna 1':- .-Literary, Military ana :.

tE S- upofl the streets was ordered read,:;eases. A. R. Wise. bill in 53 minutes tile other day. Industrial Departments. Most
No wonder Ben Tillman College. complete outfit of apparatus. Expenses .j
: couldn't do
.. .... reduced
g;. The liar often excuses himself on 1 to a minimum.
j the subject justice without cussing. Short-hand
Telegraphy, ,
the that
ground necessity is the -
keeping taught FREE.
f Oataarhc mother of invention. NIGHT WAS HER TERROR."I Send for a New Catalogue to 'j

Persons who cannot take would cough nearly all night W. F. YOGUM Prea. .,

c cause exists In the blood. In what pills find it a pleasure to ordinary take DeWitt's long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, Lake City. Fla. 1
causes inflammation of the mucous memo t I of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
brane.It Little Early Risers. Theyare I had .. .
,? the best little liver pills j get any sleep. consumption ; < ..
Is therefore Impossible to cure It b:Y made. A. R. Wise. ever tso bad that if I walked a block I
local applications. would .! _. 4
t cough frightfully and spit I ---- ----- J i
., It Is positively dangerous to neglect it, blood, but, when all other medicines ,. .
:: because it always affects the stomach and Mrs. Nation is willing to bury the failed three $1 bottles of Dr. i -TTTw- 1 VWV7P yWW :'

'. deranges the general health and-is likely I hatchet, but she insists on buryingt King's New Discovery wholly curedme
to develop into consumption. ; in a saloon mirror. and I gained 58 pounds. It's absolutely Nine-

It Is radically and permanently cured by guaranteed to cure coughs, HERBINE. ,
i Hood's Sarsaparilla .which removes the J. W. Bryan,of Lowder, Ill., writes colds, la grippe, bronchitis and all .

cause,cleanses the blood of scrofulous and "My little boy was very low with throat and lung troubles Trial bot Tenthsof __ __ :
,s all 'other impurities'and gives vigor and pnemonia. Unknown to the doctorwe tle free at_all druggists. -
tone,to the whole system. gave him Foley's Honey and Tar. i Pure Juices .
The voluntary testimonial of R. Lost The result was magical and puzzled, One gets an idea of the cost of from Natu'rl'Roots..
C California : the doctor, as It immediately stopped main tail in or
Junction. Iowa U one of thousands military establishment all the
the i i
racking cough and he quickly
r equally good. It reads: "I bad recovered." from the report that 1115,000has REGULATES the Liver; Stomach aid Bowels !
catarrh in the bead three years lost been appropriated for
my firing a PeopleSuffer
appetite and could not sleep. My head It seems to be definitely settled single shot in a gun test.9k.CASTOR. the System. Purifies the Blonde J i.f
pained me and I'felt bad all over. I .
' that the 2-cent tax on bank oleo
discouraged. I began taking Hood's Sa Malaria Biliousness
remain. Thus must we CURES ,
.k&Eparilla sleep');' well and, and now>have have no a good symptoms appetite of, paper men continue to bear the I IA from a Stomach an dim paired;Digs sIJoi I

catarrh." of the-war burden.CABI1'OD..A.. For Infants and Children. '
t Diseased.Eury Bottle 61>tri tuI to 6n! SifljfjjflM. 3t
Mood's. Sarsaparilla .. Tba Kind You Km Always Bought t -.4 .GmaOT"Z'L1iJ.IiDO': ". f i

Accept promises no to substitute.'cure and keeps the protni l SgtttSH> btnti GM: Bears oho2tgnatnN Liven PrIoe.OCenU. ";

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decide that we are
.r the peup'e' for the Very Best Qualities -
,Every that when you do at the Lowest pow!:ihlc 1:rice.ODJL. .
buy, you want to louk'around a little
and! see .where you'can! get the greatest A WELL_ *SLDRESSED

satisfaction for you:money." We.. FOOT
have a great line of Stoves, both Cooking helps out a man's appearance mote than
ami Heating, and can suit any most any other detail of his get up;
: size pocket book with out prices. Here are pretty, well-fitting, stylish
., We, carry'81so, an extensive lint of Shoes. They're low priced 'tis tI'UC-
t.: but that's the
way c'crthing
Cooking Utensils Tinware of
every -low priced-high grade. And nothing -
description, ,anti at prices the lowest I else finds room.
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Willson's toe Collar Stands

It saves your Horses Shoulders it will not Gall Choke Pack or get Hard.

: Tbe covering or raking Is made of best ten ounce while duck leather bearings staffed with clean cotton both body and rim. The _
cotton is tree off""o" uuiter. Opened at the bottom allow ing collar and names removed at same time. Every seam Is a double .
UK k.titrb of best thread. Every seam and raw edge are on inside ot collar-prevents ravels and rips. It in a pad and collar com
bined and we jio&lvely guarantee it iocure or preu-nt galls or sore shoulders.
They arc Used and Highly Endorsed by U. S. War Department for Army use.

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Starts out to buy, she likes to know she Your ClothesLet
can secure all she wishes under one root i ii
There a'great' satisfaction in knowing i
.that you do not'need to visit, half dozen iI I us do it lor you. W e can give you
older ,* a Ready Made Suit that will fit you
stores; i in to complete your pur I
'chases. -.<'AVehavc 'everything! l>e desired in the DUY GOODS LIKE, andyourill'fmd to-measure snit at less than yon ]pay
,,; .'. our departments stocked I ; elsewhere. If you are looking for sat-
isfaction in Clothing can get it here, in
with bargains continually. carry I'I
-'t .-everything in the way of ladies Jrcs fact we carry every article in the way
I of Gents'
Goods, Trimmings, Laces, Notions, I ,-- Furnishings, the most com-
plete line in the city.jjjjjjj'.ff .
Underwear Calicoes etc. I
I Truth Never Fears a Rigid Examination. .
Oar best recommendation is the Furniture itself.
! '. Willow, Reef and Rattan Chairs. I
We sell or Installment Our line U complete.

'We excellent "line
I carry an ANTI RUSTG.1LVEX1LE1)

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Chinaware: and I SPRINGS

Tinware. :We can suit von
The best, cheapest) andcomfoitable H1O-t
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in fact everything few more of those

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.I r LEATAER GOODS. from 460 to- $4.

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The Citizen-R porter.r. Democrats for instance,
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our regular correspondent.
favor of the ;
H. L. DODD, EDITOR AID PKOPKIETOB. Washington, Feb. 18th, 1901. said: "I am

A. H. DODD,Assistant Editor. The administration is determined bill to remove the duty from steel And | up-to-date Ladres Neck Wear for theConsisting Se
iron and kindred products.
.. Official Newspaper of Columbia County and that there shall be an extra sessionof re-I I r:1 'fr
tbe Town of Lake City, Florida. the commendation that bill 'will of Ficures in Wash
the next Congress.: That is now of .'1
PuWUhcd every Friday at Lake City. Fla.OmceSOutb face. ceive from every nook and corner ) Blonde and Liberty Silk. .
as plain as the nose on your i
ot Courthouse Square. the country, will surprise some gentlemen MM
Mr. McKinley is talking up a settle- 1rri
; Advertising Bate Famished upon Application. the especially the magnates, j .4 The daintiest creations to be Imaginel The new SHIRT WAIST r
of the Cuban question
ment of public P41 out for ladles attfre-and beautiful LIBERTY SILKY: j jm
in defiance
and latest
Jt- i, the thih&
who boldly
Entered in Lake postofflce a. second ,
"- City reason but if the Ship Subsidy job most all of which will be shown with any lady calling. f
class matter. sentiment, have organized the ,
had been allowed to go through he
( Subscription $1.00 Per Year. gigantic industrial combination in Millinery Arriving:
: would have probably discovered that will expectthis m New Spring
The people ,
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an extra session would not be neces- .MRS. L T. FUNK -
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22. 1901 Congress to teach these ungrateful J:
deat with Cuba. But there -
I sary to of their bounty a ..
beneficiaries .
,I I Ir are other strings to the extra session session of tfliifiiiunlliii...mHHn'H' ..
."Will arbitrate?" plaintively i lesson, and if the next'
no one bow, and it would not be surprising
I asks Mr.Kruger. Why, certainly. j I if the Republican leaders in Con- j Congress does not do it, the people ,! -

The yellow journals of New York are i gress so manipulated things that one I| will send one that will. An anarchist I t
is not necessarily a poor man.
ready and willing to undertake the.
or more of the big appropriation 1m
business. 'One of them has already bills failed to get through at this A trust that destroys legitimate com- .

invited Mr. Kruger to visit the United session, and then tried to raise a petlon by brutal arbittary power, is I W

States; and it no doubt feels quite howl that it was the Democrats who just as much of an anarchist as the i THE FLIGHT OF TIM E.t.

able to enter upon the task: of settl- were to blame for the extra session fellow who destroys a building witha IWI

ing the difference between England : that the failure would make neces bomb. I am against both of them. :t.:. :fW

11 and the Transvaal. sary. Neither would it be surprising Commissioners' Convention.

L if the River and _Harbor bill, Leaves a procession of struggling hu'i .

I It seems that the Legislature of which Is to be reported to the Senate Hon. R. T. Boozer left the city :tI manity behind. But it doesn't leave i'f

f Kansas sent a message of condolence this week, also failed to get through. Tuesday for Jacksonville to attend us behind. We have too much at stake .1

to King Edward upon the death of That would reduce the total of the the state conuention of county com I to allow that. We're right up with '.:11

his mother. The other day the appropriations made -:by this Congress missioners which opened its session @ the times in every respect. That's

King's reply was received. It was. -a total that has thoroughly that_ day in the Duval county court- tliJ why we're pretty nearly the whole I
in the formula and with the officers of the State \
stereotyped ex- leaders since room of business.
alarmed the Republican show in our line .
His Good Roads Association. The ob- il
pressed Majesty's appreciationfor
the press of the country, regardless! 11
the and the of the association .
"loyalty sympathy"shown it. ject of meeting
of politics, have opened up on -
in the "to perfect its organizationby :tI b
Legislature's messaee.i Then there is the bill for the reduc- i was IJJI JV
Now, Kansas may be always depended which is dead- the adoption of a constitution and
tion of war taxes, ? Goods and Clothing. ;
upon to stand up for her Independence locked in conference and In a fair by-laws; receive new members from Dry

'" and when that word "loyalty"was house i counties not heretofore affiliated
way to fail, because the con-
struck, the Legislature balked, ferees with it in its convention, and to re-
encouraged by Secretary fltll
and finally voted to expunge the Gage, and other members of the ad- ceive a typewritten report from the *

: whole matter from the official pro- ministration, refuse to accept the delegates from each county, givingthe ,

:1 ceedings. King Edward will be sorry made number of miles in length, feet
: cut in beer and tobacco taxes
!!j that he was not better informed respecting by the Senate. The Senate is now in width, inches of depth of macad- M. Plympton & Cofl:

,I Kansas when he. reads the censidering the olepmargarine bill, amized roads that have been built,

Topeka papers. but whether that measure is, to be together with a description of the Opposite Court House. "Ali
grade established, the character- of !
voted on or merely be used as a clubto
OUR COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. the material used, the kind of machinery .
kill time is not yet clear. One

thing is very certain, and that Is used, the kind of labor em- s @
+ The demand for in for and ....,
:r economy our that the intelligent people of the ployed, cost per day same .

1 State appropriations is what every country know that the Democratswill how convict labor compares with .-

I good citizen should desire, and it is not responsible for the fail- free labor, and cost per mile in constructing ..........................."......... "''''''' ..........,''''''
usually more pronounced a few macadamized roads. The
ure of any regular appropriation '
I months preceding the session of the I addresses delivered and read
bill. They have at all times assistedin papers i :1
Legislature. This is as it should be- I disposing of the appropriation teemed with valuable facts and were MEN ARE DOUBTLESS IN A

.. .waste. .is a reproach. .to the.individual, bills, as fast as they were ready, and listened to with the closest atten- '
but it is sinful in those in whom a' 1 lion. The association will meet an-
have repeatedly warned the Republicans lQUANDARY OVER THE WEATHER ]I
trust is confided. Now in their ,
I con that they were wasting time I nually in the city of Jacksonville,

..'. trol of state funds, legislators are on the Ship Subsidy bill that should 1 unless another city is named by the I tf

t but trustees-the obligation to be have been devoted to the .appropriation :executive committee, on the third ....."-................................... ......... ......... .........,9* "
; careful of such funds is one which bills. Tuesday in February. I I .

specially appeals to the sensitive We don't make it if did would
OFFICERS ELECTED. : we we probably j "
t The U. S. would
Government have
be sorely tempted to give you "natur- "
conscience and the careful .
1 thought.In saved money had appropriated The organization was effected and al" ice about seven days In the week,for .
all the domain where the rule the following officers were electedfor quite a spell. While anticipating a cool + : ..
an amount equal to what wouldbe wave it won't hurt however to give you a
; truly applies'we join our local con- list for quick reference. : _
; received from the sale of ticketsto two years: President, H. W. handy
temporaries in the demand that Long secretary and treasurer, J. W.
the inaugural ball, toward the expenses ALL IN
I c economy must rule during the !'com of Mr McKinley's second in- White; executive committee, H. W.
i ing session-the tact that the Need of new Shoes Slippers,or footwear of f
i con Long chairman H. H. Dickson of
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auguration, as the receipts from the ; any kind and who are not in Y
dition of the state treasury is one in Orange John R. Walker of Brevard ,
sale of those tickets will be very ; ;
which every citizen takes a pride much less than $50,000, which repre- J. C. Lunning of Lake; R. T. Boozerof I FAVOR OF I

fully justified, cannot be pleaded as sents the cost to the government of Columbia; Robert McDonald of I Paying high prices for goods of inferior I -
fit, should
quality style or
excuse extravagance or waste in
allowing the pension building ,to be Dade. ,
any department. -- THAT
I used for the inaugural ball, not ,to nOTION I
s. But ill-judged is the It is evident
economy mention the delay in the work of the very Southern j On themselves which will bring them here;
. a-_ worst waste.possible. By it the functions cotton spinners would like to see an for a purchase at our store Is always money
bureau that will. be caused by the saved. Let everybody -
i ; of the state may be so crippledas end to the trouble in China. ,
holiday of all of its
_employes from
to cause ruinous waste-by it SAY "AYE"
vill I ,
; i Feb. 27th until March 7th..
may begin that will destroy the good Senator Teller The great steel deal is completed.The j When asked to come here. as weguarantee
destroyed the last '
the best Shoe ,
effectually and forbid I on
new growth.
hope of the looters in their ability to Carnegie Steel Company has t the market for the least money
>_ Wise and liberal expenditure for legitimate of
the gone out existence. In its placewe
push Subsidy bill
;> through at
purposes is always to be have a steel trust with a capitalof V DRY GOODS CLOTHING I
/ II this session, when he said: "In the ,
-4 commended, especially now when the
of For its I
upwards 8300,000,000.
: interests of public business, I desireto UNDERWEAR, :. NECKWEAR,
condition of the state warrants the give notice that benefit will the tariff duties on steel
I this Ship Subsidybill f HOSIERY SHIRTS NOTIONS f
;". desire for investment that will profit cannot Senator Aldrich manufactures be retained? ,
our future and develop our resources. pass. f DRESS GOODS CAPES ,
to be much
pretended surprised and
Certainly the most profitable investment said There is always danger in using CLOAKS AND JACKETS .
that he had not before any .
that a family or community counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Ha- _
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allowed on the bill. Senator Teller
physical training of its children. and certain cure for piles. It is a .
spoke of three Republican Senators c WE
The father who leaves a million to soothing and healing cure for sores CAN SUIT YOU 13

his children too often a har- who had gone to him and expressed:l: and all skin diseases. A. R. Wise. !
grows I
I, the hope that the bill would not be .
vest for litigation or provides for the I !
idleness that corrupts-the father voted upon, and then said: "There i t' J. Pierpont Morgan and John D. : J. E. INMAN & COMPANY

I is a strong sentiment the Republican ,
who invests his money in the brainsof among; Rockefeller have made the greatest

his children gives them that of I Senators, shared by probabihalf deal on record in the purchase of !:l 'J

which they cannot be deprived and of them, that this bill ought not !j Andrew Carnegie's vast steel inter PHONE NO. 4. 1 EAR DEPOT.b

J, provides a future of honor and use to pass. I am not surprised, for no ests and those of the other great !i i .'"'"....... ....""""'...."" '" ''."'" "'',.. ......
i bill, ever presented to the Senate, i iI steel makers of '.. .
fulness for themselves and the com- the country. The I I '__
1 carried upon its face such evidences i I combine r .
munity which they are a part. i formed is by far the i -
: It is so with the state. The best investment of jobbery as the Shipping bill." I largest business: organization in the I I ",, & .

r;_: a state can make is in the Senator Hanna got terribly worked I' world. Total capital of the Morgan- i.I " " " ..- "t tl
f while Mr. Teller and Carnegie-Rockefeller steel combine
up other Senators
brains of those whobe duty it soon 0o
I will be to serve the state-if'thty be : were saying things showing the I $1,094.000,000. Carriage Maker and Undertaker; ;!

deficient, the state must suffer. :impossibility of passing the Ship j I I O and : \
It is that Subsidy bill, and made a speech in I I Coffins Caskets always on hand at reasonable prices. Prompt ; T t
true waste cannot benefit e attention to
CALrs at
I Dayr
Robbers. NlghL
'i Telegraphic orders promptly..
which he 1
virtually took: the ground tended ta
-- the children, but no wise and judicious 1 I Mrs. Ilingso awoke suddenly. .
that the re-election of Mr. FINEST HKARSE IN THE CITY. +i
i McKinley I "
expenditure should be neglected "John? !
for the schools of Florida on : was a verdict of the people in favor -:1 "Whash 'ouwant?" sleepily."There's tlfi:
pre-t I
, < tense of caring .for the pockets of of the Ship 8u bsldy bill and any!1 burglars in the housa." II g

the fathers. Seed planted in those I other measures he might favor. In "Let 'em burgle." I : _

I. young heads will ripen to the benefit I plain words, that he alone had a i "You're a coward Th 'y'll steal all 1 $
j right toVsay what appropriations : the silver." .
of all-some fifty and some a hundred i "Cm-um."
I' I public money should be made. Instead4of -

: fold.Nor is it true economy to endangerthe 1 showing that the Subsidy "They'll"All right.take" my j.we1a." I

bodies of the young. No educa- bill was not a looting scheme, Mr. I Silence for a moment. ''Ii t

; tional institution in this state should Hanna declared that the River and "John." I .

be neglected. No children should be 1 Harbor bill contained proposition "Can't you let me sleep?" i e y,
: '. made to acquire training at the cost I "that would_make the- Shipping bill "They aren't in the dining-room" in

f { of health while studying in unfit look ale." an awful voice; "they are in the cellar, I.
f stealing the coal-
J Representative
buildings. Sanitation is a science, as Babcock'a bill to !
leaping out of bed. "The .
repeal that section
well as teaching, and Florida can ill off they Dingley scoundrels! Where's f&yolver- _-
tariff lawimposing
afford to condemn its hopes for the duties on such Syracuse Herald.AMERICA'S.
future to articles as are manufactured. the Buggiea and All work for sale and Built to Order. feral Bepair?
corruption in bad air or to by ag\KW guara.nteed. rriage material .&110- -
,, the malefic influence of the weather newly-formed .Morgan..Steel Trust, Monuments and GraTe Stone&i..

in a state blessed by nature with a is the not Republican likely to be bosses allowed to pass by Greatest Medicine to e J. A. FISHER -* ... ,

[ climate so nearly faultle: .-Times- ; more'd the it 113-117 v
oily, it has stirred op the Repub! possesses e STEM LAKE CITY, FIA1 -
Union & Citizen. unequalled curative
in Congress powers and
of whom
many.. _are- U 8 record of cures is GREATEST
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f Rev. Caldwell will preach at the !I .A '.1 1 4 1 41r 111'1 r0 'OP .
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]Baptist, church both morning and ,

:,.. ,\...,: \ I 11 night Sunday. Subject for morning MRS. T. N. MILTON, :
I;services "Revival;" for night, 'At--

: ;'. ';':Ipi i is,'Space, Reserved for "1 tributes of God. Rev. Caldwell is # FINE MILLINERY !

IrC .'.A' > Y from North Carolina and is an able i

.HISS H. .'RILEY > 'minister.Mr. I : fo. .AND.
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: J. A. DeWeese, the genial :
> of Chamberlain Medicine : .
.. :representative .. ART GOODS.
Leading Milliner. [ Co., made his usual annual visit i

.. .. .I to our office this week to renew his :
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: ', 'advertising contract. ; Mr. DeWeese i
;" I ) Mrs- T.
Building formerly occupied by AFerry-
is valuable to h js and I I "
a man ; com pany
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F'1 of the Womans' Christian Temperance ,

Union, will be injLake: City on I

!the 26th inst., and while here will orI J I .

-jN G-L.- ganize a local society j i,of W. C. T. U. |

? She expects to hold,;several parlor ,I t AT THE
meetings for the ladies and also a'j .,
; $ 'f._ _-: .....r4RUSIL & public meeting in one of the church !

_'.,. :.. .. :: FINISi-l.. '. i es. While in the city she will be the j I DOLLAR BAZAAR "

'. guest of Mrs. Yo um. 1
I I IWashington's
birthday will be You will find the MOST GOODS for the same .
I money, or the same UocUa for less money.
DRESS > LINING t propriately celebrated at tht ap-I .
today An excellent program The Best Gents' Shoes

been arranged and those who do not I The Best Ladies' Shoes
t .a" ,COLORS
)IOo__,; .JJ"' ,= 1....# attend will miss a rare treat. The I For only The Best Youths' Shoes "

AN exercises will open at 10:30 a. m. { Ooe The Best Misses' Shoes

1 d1dgbt (,.R.ast Black. j Songs appropriate .to the occasion | ,. You Dollar will The Best Mens Hats 4 \ -.....!. / 9t
v will be s'unlby the students. Cadet '( Find The Best Ladies Skirts rAnd 4 3 Z

,. Ut Lieut. G. O. Palmer and Hon. n.\|\ / For The Beat Mens Pants

S V..' ,. ':F. Rogers will deliver addresses. l" The price The Best Boys Suits

-if There will be athletic contests on The Best Lace Curtains

b MRS.: E. YOUNG e.CD the campus at 2 p. m. The public is j The Best Bed Spreads.

:y J' ;...!,1 'I '.. ttf\\'t I cordially invited.A .
the same with all other Goods for Less than a Dollar.
.) o.dsa' :"': .hatfdu1atf fd I I number.of citizens boarded the Very Trvly, J\
..' '. r early morning train Thursday for tJ
l Jacksonville to attend the State Intercollegiate F. URIE.
c,.T. _... .. I Oratorical .contest, ,
: which was held at the Park Opera i "'f.J)

t ., : :Regular conference for the trans- : House that evening. The 1:'. A. C.

Local NewsNqtes.; action of business will be held at the :was represented by Harvey D -

t -=- :- Baptist church next Sunday morn- Waugh his subject being, owe
Notice. WANTED !
Reliable man for
I Present National Issues. Those
) Garden seed of all kinds cheap at ing and all members are requested to The town registration opens March1st Manager of Branch Office we wish to
be from here w ho attended were: Profs.
present ill this ff '
r 1 "Young1 drug store- and closes March 30th, 1901.V. open vicinity. your records
Mi lolls of people are familiar i Blair, Stockbridge, Waugh; CadetsL. O. K. here is an opportunity. Kindly -
4e..W A. Julian' halt been visit! Ilelvenbton \ M. IVES, Clerk. give good reference wt
a t with DeWitt's Little Early Risers, Patillo, Gomez, Dowl- en writing.
J bit'luJJeirose: this week. THE A.T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE
ing, Hunter, KinniM, R. Chalker
and who find'thfemto
those use them And now we have a $10,000,000 tin CINCINNATTI, OHIO. .
1 5*" Seed peas, beans and'corn 'almost be famous little liver: pills. Never S.l'halker. D. G. Wheeler, B. Stock- can trust. The public is the dog. Illustrated catalogue. cts stamps.
..t at coat at Young's rug store..; Gripe, A, R. Wise. '. : bridge, Saussy, B. Harrison, D. G.Pitts - .

M M Mr.-Geo. Drew. of, Columbia. was The public is invited to attend' the I G. Brawn, and Misses C- E. Stops the Cough and Works off the .--- _.
t in the city on business" this week. unveiling of monument toV.. T. rubb, Liliie Bates, Orrie Brown, Cold.

picked North Strange on Sunday afternoon at 3 I Essie'.\Yi isenbaker. Catherine Waugh. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
Best hand Carolina
j 'af i cure a cold in one day No cure, no A LOT OF BRICK
} lied fInders at'Jnmari & Co's. ?j84tEarnUitffilVialaosta o'clock/ the cemetery by"lo alcamp' l pay. Price 25 cents.
j Reports show a greatly increased
of Woodmen of World.I .
f", NriaL"a4 4 H. death rate from and lung
Mrs. *Johns were the i trouble, due to the of
citj riiSJ ,i i O. il guJst oi her sister )Irs. Lembrick, prevalence Last call for delinquent taxes of S. B. THOMPSON.
pneumonia and grippe. We
, for the past three weeks, returned to, croup 1898 and 1899.
+ Paints, oils glass, putty and var- J advise j.heulleof One Minute' Cough "
her home in South Carolina
Friday, v. J. EDWARDS, Tax Collector.
BlsQet'ia-any quantity'.at :Yo ing'8 i Cure in all of these difficulties. It is
: In-,company with her brother, Mr. > -
: ' i ,, w C. II. Hathis. '- the only.harmless remedy that gives I !STATE OF OHIO,CITY or TOLEDO,I
j H."a immediate reaults..Children like it. LUCAS COCSTY. i"5 / VTIS R. PARKER,
'; Mr. Wrlght book-keeperfor Frank J.Cheney makes oath that be is the
Gorton's minstrels will at ; A. R. Wise.
; :, Camp Bros., at"White Springs, was aupear senior partner of the firm of F.J. Cheney &. I .
. the.op ra'house this evening. This I Co.,doing business in the city of Toledo At Law.
Attorney -
i In the city Sunday ;county and state aforesaid and that said
TA >
company; has been a regular visitor I I On account of the inauguration of firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
Parties desiring'to-'participate In DOLLAKS fur each and every case ot catarrh LAKE CITY FLORIDA.
! to Lake City for a number of years President McKinleyvashingtoe, D.
that cannot be cured bv the use of Hall
il i' the.forthcoming city election should : and has always been greeted with C., March 4th, 1901, the SeaboardAir Catarrh Cure FRANK j.CH linv.

t see that they are registered. .crowded houses. Line R. R. has arranged to sell presence Sworn to.this before 6th me day and of subscribed December,in D.

, I Mrs.& P.Buie from near this city',' Mr. H. A. Duncan has opened up a'', tickets from Lake City at $22.fi5 for 1'IIJ.-'- A. W.GLEASON, T\R. J. L. NIBLACK,

I '; ,stetting in Wellborn, the guest,'of. bar'in the.building he recently pur- : the round trip on March.1st, 2d and' : {SEAL, Notary Public. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON

l 4 her brother Dr. G] B. $ ithsor.; chased on North' Marion street. lie 3d, limited to March 9th. Por fur- \ Hall Citarrh Cure is taken internally I l. Residence Phone Ho- 41
an I acts directly on the blood and mucous
Mr. Blac m has had fit- ther particulars please call on or address Headquarters at WL E'8 Drugstore. All
Harry stopped ;ove; the building handsomely surfaces of tre system. Send for testimonials -
locafagent, G. R. ..Ilaile.To ; free, F J. CHENEY&Co.,Toledo O. messages left here will be
r enroute from ted and will conduct attended
\ Saturday up an uptodatesaloon. Sold by druggists,7.;>c, promptly t&
New York to-hU home- at.Live' Oak He carries the very best 'Cure a Cold in One Day I Hall Family Pills are the best. LAKE CITY FLORIDA.

t, .Mr'. E. W.'Sanfprd" and children, brands of whiskers, wines and beer. Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Tab- -. --- ,, -
. ,of It White, are.visiting in'the city, ."Lake City is undoubtedly one of lets. All druggists refund the money 1 1-

, > Uettl of,ISL. and Mrs. J. L. Turner. the most prosperous towns in the if it fails to cure. E. tt. Grove's }] *.U. GULP, W. A. TG

''I Mr.and lire. W. A. Griffith, of state," remarked a drummer several ,i>signature is on each box. 25c. Trama RaaUnston MUlier,,D.O. .n.R LOVERS[ ijf f FRESH f MEATS[ I

That the Is.on
; Valdosta are among the visitors to days ago. city a I
1 We have a clubbing rate of 80 cents
theclty'gness of the Lake.City steady and substantial boom is evi- Will find all they requireat
tile Shop of
Hotel denced by the great number of hand- with the Commoner, 'Mr. Bryan'snew
houses paper; that is, you can get the
and business
-: \Ir 'ran lJaJl1i hal purchased some dwellings' Colson & RiversMarket.
\ continually In course of construction. CinzEN-REPORTER anJ the Commoner It
; : for $1.80 annum, cash in ad- A.
. per
? J DeSoto lake, which is almost en- 1! vance. UPBuss' Hamilton,corner streets Marlon oppositeJ. and
r t hildfO 1l J" '.1 A tirely covered with decaying vege- .E. Yeung's store.

_Miss Clem. Hampton of Live Oak, tation, presents a very unsightly ap- -- I Ic8
t' This lake is' bound to BEEF, MUTTON, KID AND PORK
; ipeat Saturday and Sunday in theo I .
city, guesti.oi'her: brother, Capt.-A.- breed disease and the proper author- fJf 4WL.- : SEED POTATOES, will be found in here. Meats
delivered any part of
ities should look after its conditionat all varieties
: Y..Hampton. i at.Asliluy'sFruit : the city. We deliver late
1' : once. As long as the hyacinths This signature is on every box: of the genuine Stand. In tbe evening for next.
: No one can complain': the lack oftheatre Laxative Brorao=Quinine Tales feM-2t mornings use
remain in the lake it will be
a men-
l entertainments this season. ace to the public health. the remedy that cores a cold In one day .VV"T....... ...,.. ....... y ...... ..... ...... ...... ......o LET US FILL YOUR ORDERS

..II As' i .Hardly a week passes. but. there.___ are__ _
u. .. :
---- - -- --' ---- ------- -----
one -- --
j oJ.two' plays.

; I 'The cadet will\ give a ball at
{ the Collere"Cnapel| 'Hall this' yen-

Inr, from 2 to 5, in celebration ofPaahingtoa'ti

3t \: : birthday. ftUlfla I ON

-Jessie O'Quinn, a popular I .

fcthcher_of Bradford county,,,,spent
t [ ? days 6f last:*:eek in the'city; pjNTATI

Pert of her t lather's: family.sIi.sUfi' :_ : .

j n Borger,who has been

j pending( ierer-l weeks in the coun- .
!J; guest Hof her sister Mrs.'Gto.8nitbaonreturned :

home thW week.

..We large and well-selected

: C- .ift.'\ad cLeglidl 'af ,:ill

atll 04'C soutiran; fid' 8t\ !

i 'I; ,' c ""oung'tfhi8t! :

" -MrLc.' : n:. Davis, *ho"S ;bees T -

.nWir U the city foVthl past two
1 '<e* tof hej. sister,. MruA.

< r Hampton, returned to her homeHarper"

i' is any' ,Ga, Thursday.

''LW, .
1 Whiskey U a per.E

: -. d4t111atloI._r I 0 trength.Vu and ;disease.tter 50

Jour grand-father$_ !die'doctor."used! PERItCT BLOOD 'PURlfIER.c s.1)

t--Co I.
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CASTOn.A. V'OTKE fe hereby given that thirty temmj .eState i I isotice of tHvocc. "'::-:-
Ordinance -"io. 1114. 1\ thi flan:I rtu on itdlalf of ifi
: -li. I ut t'iuriild. issue Tat::: Ueeil to K L, IS THE THIRD Jt"Dl .I j. ,
Contagious Be it ordained t y the Major and inealrvtuthrbuoying! : : : oeMJilwd lancuau uri at J'lurina.Cvuntj IDlc sad 11l
Lake GLi.- wit 1'i acres ln west bade ut *W !., wt J ---.
Aldermen of the town of Crrj .
iu uurUi est comer ut .
14 wee and !screw
: rBlood Poison ,Florida: -- t;'HI ut.J.W 3{ htI a T4. a t..B 17 1. JtI&C'rO CtAiCfcet firrmc: t-
and K 1:. o* KtX klllt II acres vII west IIloe
.baU be unlawful An Ohio preacher wants divorreilteaUtie Sarab Hurray Cumpi*. '
fcec I. That it add Mi acres ofl iiurtb sure uf H-, lit iCEia ",
?here i&IIOpaisan 8D highly CtIJ1tagio, for any -cattle, blieep. uatb, hurbt-t jUt rile reluM to go to Sec J.1y* b'J'Jio.5*:,and* c I deceptive and so destructive. Dull'1 tit: multi and .UlItb, or any one wf such chin ch ana near him preach. A real Wanebb m. hand and-ueai th"lith... uf appearing 1s :eldaek .!
t loo sure you Bit cured because all external good tuft duphi u ue willing to subalit February pail II JI1. bcarinmtulcuIKLA "1h at She deteuaant Oabe gcau.e II Ie
;' signs of ilE disease littvediboppeared,and ilitiniide. tu ruam or run 4ti large to ii ai.crrb' Hilt tttat in iwdrto ,! r1,al_ oar nut a rmut u ut tnt state Dr ply. t
1M dutfor says you tire well. Many peri i upon:any of the public Ftreel -vt keep ltt: l.ce in the family t1li.L1l1b rt'tul1cDct"Uo: UUlnenrnyad t
; Mac have Steen dosed with Jtacnnr end i r.b,, within the corpurattrlimite u ruo iterwic, whom u UK state the 1IIn'1Iz.
'aJ'ti ]iwe&a on wuuiti tiiiui the aaltaj ic: i
r fotafio fur months or wears, and pro of the town of Lake City. Fiunila- Notice for Publication.Drparouent aut tutt: L ama' U tttiiepelaa S, I
*- cured jealue when too late Will defendant
j souuced -lo that the tintn
' I = Sec. IL It hbAll be tle of the of the Interior hereby reqnurrO lo _yw
f that the dueaue was only covered upLOfO flirty u. appear ie i .
Land Oftlce uiUm"Ute_ Yaw. Jo ell.t! UUiKoticr compUiiiaJU irtrreuj ilkllilii tile S?
Beget Uka. driven from the mart;hai or any policeman uf taid KudolDyspepsia : B. iHrfb given that the alayur ofLake uay m AUrcn. A U UUL tat Gmt: \
Jlurfa to break ;town, to lake up and confine in borne City.fia. iw Ucd antic ol liifc IDle>iIHJD i tat i vat again, and to their morrow and mlJ1".m- : tu m.itr tiucU tu"'usilt proift in bU),purl tied oy order of the cteri ol%lie Tin :
a&t Im find those nearest and Unrest 10 secure place, any and all cattle ut Jib uuuer AC act of Cungrw ut *IT oetaiUttncrcot a d= eeiry '
26 leMi.that sad pruut will be mane belun: tit eniertd against tar said Gale !
:them have len infected by liiis loath-I sheep, gubtt, liurheb, mule and awitb, me Uters uf me CircUIt Court at t-rfie-RitT provided bS law :.-
wane disease, far 110 other pennon is rositreIF ,or anyone of such animals, that maybe Cure *'! .. on a1a.rch:3, IMU via F P Cune.lay' W.bc:1IIIt tlic fiuuuraku! hba p T:
transmitted from li'K1111D childas or of lair Cttj fid..lur the VWfcSW rerp Juan of said court a*alto jj. Jtid2onei.
] found at large Cicrt and tie neal
: roaming running 3 bIt r E at 5
HUE. Often a td case ufKla wuati stn, I eat. lit names:the loUuwuif rt.J1t:1MoI:1 IB prove cue cuuntuukr in La.uW", ..ClCtI
what .
Catarrh: ,Scrofula ur werc Skin die e, upun any of such public blreetb uriiifbwiijb. Digests you the laci rtljwr.,1I1JI MUCH Lane >'uc' *"*, M 17tt..G&y of iiecenbcr.atiMi.
fco old sore ur nicer developing in middle us priided on Section L It artificial digest the: food a&fl aids .!ore A B. Brin 4eo, W J-ricc. and Jao. tluuug -'- JiI. K. tic.........,
'.., life, can be traced 10 hluud poison conI of this ordiuaoce, and immediate 1\ U1'I1D BUreugtbeiuxig and rtsconbtructing ull ul L-ltr(G.UlIJ KOIIlIiI.OJi J'U.W Rt11I.r.d: I scu.-,- : Clert C&uIItt-,

cted n. ..I Of tot Pa' nt. thereafter give notice (If the taking the exnausted digestive or- :
latest diacotresidif -- -
It ielhe -- -- -- -
Me f n it ia the aud cimtuiuf t>f ouch animal gWI. -,:..
irnunns BBioldenng fyt- up any ant Gd t.ome. D o ether pre tiD1
tem forever, unless properly: 'treated ai.1 or animals, by jiobtin" three written can approach It -efficiency.. It instantly -
driven out in the &:5. :
begmwcg. or printed notices, rhine a debcrip- rtheves and permanently cures SAY !
- the tuJy antidote fur this peculier vitas, Dyspepsia, Iniigtsuon Heartburn,
uf such animal .nin.alt, at
tiun or
the uafy remedy known that can Oftrcame Flatulence Sour Stomach, 1 &Uie&
jt and fin vt s cut cf the blued,and three beparate and coiu>picuuui* public SlcUlead.acbe,,GastralgiaL ramps and
It does this so thoroughly and eficctnaSy places in said torn, for the period all other TBBults imperfect digestion.Prlne6oc.and$1. .
r that there iI never*.retur1d the disease of hoe days. Immediately after the Le-tesasa.CIIIIZiWIIJ161m11EmWillle.
.bn 4&hamutdtspepalrmirarslPraparsd Do You UseStationery.
I expiration of the fire days notice. ac to1 G c o*wrr>*co.cttcas ;f
tgscmbamllssmI i poison in any and all ,hereinbefore provided, the JIluliha..l

stages; contains nc i of said town shah over for sale, and
i mineral to treat doirnf II. .WILSON.. :
; : }van constitution i it is i ii I bell at public outcry, before the '-;
purely vegetable and the only bloodpun- court house door in said town, to the
. Ler known that cleanses the bluod and highest bidder for cabh, any and all
1' at :the same time builds sp the general .
i, r t a1th. bull animals taken up and confined

1 Our littk book poison is the moat complete and :instructive I i laid ale, turn over to the treasurer If von do and every McrcLaut doe -

.. ever issued; it sot only tells fill .1 I of Bald town the proceed :from the we can sane you mority DR your orders.
about this disease but also how ta cure ,
ft si home. 11 is free and should I,bale of tmch animal or and There is a deference in ob Printing.

tithe of everyone seekingsax. ar ,!take the treasurer receipt there- J Ft1JIll Neat find artistically printed Stationery
Send far itr !'for:; provided that the mari hal bhall J ik 1I.D advertisement for a &&&', busintts '
..' r' be allowed and paid the sum .of tw en- commands attention and chows

i i" I If [tjrfiTe cents for his serrices in taking '" that the merchant is progressive and &;p-

up and confining any of such atu1 to-date as a business man.

Teacberc' AttentJonJ :1 malt; the sum of 10 centb per day, l71IRRLale ,, On the uthrr hand.. "botch" printing

111 .cow.eqUt'nc of the numerous :each, for the care and feeding of any i a great deal worse than no printingat

t regueBtsrfceired.lhe following httin and all cattle, horbes, mules and ai- =.tom, 71.... all.

f._ ibBUfcd by the Rate feuueriotendent *b during the time they may be conined. lothns: and Caskets all Styles and A blurred, smeared up job is a reflection -
*>f Public Instruction for the b?&et t I and the bum of 10 cents per on a manes business, and in this :
Prices. Orders Promptly Filled.
:. <>f thiH 111.f'rt't-1.ed: day, each for the care and feeding age of goc.d work men,rstclahi mnchin- ::_,

Liotoftrate {with" ..ndI I t If any and all Sheep and goaU during try and artistic type. there is no reason .

JlI'ict"b} spun hick q"ebtioilti ior esa.nsinatkm the time they may be contned, to be w ti..> merchants should not get the test,

uf June 4th, 1W1, will be '. paid l y the treasurer of said torn -

lJabt'd: upon the order vf the town council ,fif

Orthography Eted'sWord Le,.win, offcaidtorn- Prorided further, that .

25 ceutb: Majnaxd, Merrill A. Co., N. the owner or owner of any ouch ant- r ...

Y. ,malb BO advertibed, bhall bare the THONORRHOEA

KeadiDg-Any standard reader will right, at any time before the sale cl '

answer. the same at hereinbefore zC 1 CLEETrl W6 Gall Do Th6 WOr i

Cum pot-ition-Ii' i D to D' S New redeem the tame from the mar- CURE

Scbwl 3: tents; American Book {'.., ;'tstal t>y paying the cost of taking up SAPS SURE

Atlanta or Sew York. caring for and feeding any such animals j CURt YOURSELF
Anthmetic-Mllne'e Standard, itatt0.s+a.uua_ business and think
ire know what
cents American Book Cu.Englibh 1' good
: Sec I1L This _
ordinance fctaH o r taw tY.Ira.
:; Atl.f
___ work is and how
: just to execute it. Our i
Gra.mmu-Mrtcalf'6 00
effect the first of May after its
unit: American Book Company. \i passage and approval of the same by office is well equipped with new and
For sale "W Price.PATENTS. artistic and fxEtclast and
U- S. Hibtory-Held* Grammar i the Mayor of said town. by George type presses
School, n.W: Amenccan Book Co. Sec TV. That all ordinances and we are prepared to tern out the very

': J-loriSa Hittorj-Greene's, 11.25: {.arts fif ordinance in conflict ..ith'l' |i r / /i 4I best class of printing with neatness tad

JTilliamE, Wilkins tc Co., Baltimore: the provibions of this ordinance be, 1 Iil.Dd.tile 1 I dispatch.
f' vi Fairiiinkm 11 5, H. &.W. B. Drew same are hereby repealed. i : We are not unknown to the people fLake
Co* Jack&onTiUe.Geograpbj ribbed by council Feu. Ifth 1S+OL I City; we have erred them well
J. E HEXKT, PresidentAttett I in the
-Red.'a r'j; Natural Ad- past and are now better preparedthan
: W. AL iris, Clerk. : .....w.--.
vaucfd. ILZZ: American Buok Co.bttele'l6Hjfieuic. Approved Feb. Infc, WL F. P. s v pan i Baal.r.t _hH'V. JiooIt... tier to give them ralne recei..edfJ'
:P.bJt> :; *1.: UO E, Mayor. >. .et.isauFataFaltrmsaot2Taa..IKarN: .H their money in the future. We
L REL f vrat tram cnr aflm do imum.9
American Buok Co. -- i1 rarsIT uwnu i or u HAST rurna { solicit a fhare cf the patronage of the
CiriJ Cover ument-TonuhendV !I.IIOO! mEm...PHCIiIEII..... TItIIIWGII haiust@:
public and
P 'ceot experiments bliowr that all Z an. MIIIl __ guarantee to turn out the
Shorter Courbe, Ti crate; American -- -- best printing and in the most artistic
f'--1! SNOW
B'.oi Co.Algtbra11. : A. & CO.
scion, when he said: "In the *e 1 and up-to-date iit 'lei.
bite s School ILOfc MTCNT UVYCltS.Three .
Aui rican: Buok Co. dusts cf public busfnewi, I desire I of 'Ors I.l that Offill&, : d /
I itytical .'ographs--Houbtoun'b 1 e notice that this fehip Subsidy Lc r L/

'xrw, ft1Eldredge A. Bro., Phila pant pass" Senator Aldrich ma
delphia.Theorj. ded to be much surprised and
I and Practice-Arnold'b 4l hat he had not before any poe- ...fb..tL.eieireYtYel W iri6ibeLel+iiiei.ii tbtF

t 1 ', Edition Wajmark) ii-W for, boutliern Teachers School(Branbon Book .otice on the that bill no rote Senator would Teller be %GOd 1'1 F i Papers a Week t| fit Prices the LO\Y6St\ !

Depoeitorj, itlaota, and "Eeport of t'of three Eepublican Senator ? i .

,- the Committee of Twelre (In lluralKhoolb. M FOR ABOUT Tt1E
The friends and admirers of General f
," 25 tents per copy lies if Wheeler will hope that the repurt i PRICE OF ONE. :
ordered ia large quantities, Irwin
I ? that be i* to betrk election toCongretfe This and the Atknli FTwiceva
Shepard., Secretarf, \,\' nvua1ti.. : paper Letter, Bill and Note Heads f'
All cKamictee will t e tested of now that he it. to become Weck Jurra1 far

L"tb2j'marki; and Report tf a retired brigadier general is not EF Statements, Envelops

Tu el re- true. i $1.50 r Tags Cards

--- ,' or u hen 3 on feel 2 TO-DAY take Foley Honey and a Here you gEt the news of t

; cold coming oo. take Foley; Honey Tar. It or other positively wrioue prevents results pneumonia from- :; the norld and ill your local foot Programs, Posters
s-odlVr Jt Defer flub to cure and news while it is fresh, paying F
It be
c may too late tomorrow.G. .
I lion Mill prevent if taken pneumonia time. or c&nbump-" W.' PricedruggittQaalta a very little more than one E Visiting, and Business Cards

a paper eo ts. Either paper is F '

-- ta En.L 5 well worth f 1.00, but bYip&t ,; Ball Programs,

a Quits n arm by tie million h : CUl arrangement Wft ITS Qillwd t !
Zgpt This fad w& sot i to put in both of them, F : Wedding Invitations -1

Fruit known TIB til a prottd.u recently gin tig three pipers a wfctk t .
raiwd by Fxf nthttf n against carrying : for this low pnoe. Yen ant J i Pamphlets, Tie Checks

the birds aerou French territory for : not equal this anywhere eye, Fe .
Punch-out :Tickets Etc. Etc.ook4UIorkpecIa1tAttention
ELgt.h nt. ; and this combination is the t : .

I To raise good fruit fteoeak Park : best premium for those who : : 1

This is II fine pmblic pltatnre ground i v you must have Potash. and fatonte resort in Dublin. Ireland home paper. Title these and Ea ,
f It is one of the beauty Spots of the ellI you will keep up with the F ,
A'xtilizers Uti IB ffibth admired toar att.. 4 '
containingt ... by times. >E 1
William Waldorf Actor's PaIl Mall : Besides general news, the F : '
least 8 to 10% of Magazine is ia the market It hag Tlr eo- --Wtot-k Journal his 1 '

bern eretfl>ntly edited by Sir Douglas much agricultural matter l-
Potash will give best Straigtt and Lord FraJmrk Hamilton Is wild other artieles of special

with spkndjd pirtnr, xqol.jipeeinK ;i interest to I1rnrer.. It Las Prompt Given

results on fruits of allkinds. >B of process work and fimm 3 regular contributions by Sam Fd to Hail Orders.
JJttratore.. Let to far it has tot Joiies, Jlrs. W. H. Feltoo, I :

: monthly own possible magazine to build in up a shilling : : John Temple Graves, Hon. F

Knee of the fret-elass England magazines on the in a C. H. Jordan and other dietinguished F ; <
Write for our p j4ti>t5. wtii w.wL1to the Crated States.C88TORTA.. d writers.C3 E K
: u tutty tins LLnry I : a"this offirp oj leave :
: your
They are sest fret. E tdktaifiasit Inc bsi papers. Yovcaaceta I "| The Reporter Job Office!
,t. Z a sample c? y ol either psF
CEJLMAX KALI WOAIC4 I In I tpma G&Z I dd per here n a P-auhxs. Fl ,

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Established 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 7 y

I :} M .N ;!IN!. r. t.t"3T'1r-t'; ?
3w Z >>1'lWjJ1: .yZ m..I.)1 l" 10\:
CHURCHES.MerHODiST Plant 5ystem. 1 II 1. il"11 !"

-Rev. F, Pixton, partorv \\ DON'T STAND-Zt'- II
Preaching every Sunday at 11 The Great Through Car Line From FIn Oda. I

a. ct and 7:45 p. m:' Sunday schoolt II ON YOUR HEAD '
fc30 a, m. : Epworth League 4:00 : KOTIOXS :

po V every Sunday. Prayer meetIng To ] The Atlantic Coast, Line, via Charleston, Richmond and I -
Wednesday evening at 7:45. The'E ast I Washington. 1'1 flND .
The Southern Savannah Columbia andiaAUlail. I \ III-_
Railway, yia ,
i j II. I ===- == =
AD ii-Services every Sunday 11 j \ j Washington. I III KICK \ I i .
and 8 p. m. Sunday school 10 \ t
a.m. --- -- ----
a. m. meeting. 1 The Southern Railway via Jessup, Atlanta, Chattanooga II I \J t .I i"I )

evenings, 8 o'clock.EH9COPALKev. TUetoday'r fo West I The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. \ 11,1\ T the poo Printing gtt.cI"I I Eo

: The f The Southern Uy via Savannah, Columbia and Ashville. b. t using when You can .1
Curtis J The Mobile & Ohio 11. R. via Montgomery. I Iii! just as easily as poor. Our prices are i
or_ Preaching 2nd, 3rd and 4th reasonably consistent kith up-to-date I pI: II
Sundays in each month at 11 a. m. I first-class work. We are prompt. '
and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school at To 'CA Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New A\oid further trouble and annoyanceby Ik
The CclSl l I York Philadelphia and Boston 1 III II III
&30 a. m.PRYSBYTFRIAVRev.. I sending us a Trial Order. I ""E
Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners !
\ j! i! I '':I
for Baltimore. |
: J. C. Timms, Company I !III Ii. '
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pastor. Preaching every Sunday ToWEY WEST'I I THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE. jIII I1'111

alUll a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday a.ndVia Peninsula and Occidental. Steamship Co. i I' H. L. DODO PKOFHItTOK. 'I II
School 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting HAVANA. J I I!iHsE.

.every Tuesday afternoon at 1 Itt- t idfay4TL : te'M=tet.y2t2! Etta3 =!&.SZT 2
To Nova Scotia,\ j i
Cape Breton, I Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship : ._ aT 1"Nclt',1 f-YsT ZF'TI
& Prince EdLine for Halifax, Hawkesberry and Charlottestown.wards .
Ser- .
BAPTIST-Church no pastor. Island. j
vlcei beldlrre ;u1arly. Sunday school CAMPBELL
9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursday Winter Tourists Tickets will be on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern. Pianos JAcBs ,
7:43. Ladies Western and Southern States to all Florida Resorts via Plant System during the season: ,
at Helping .
evenings IIIW-IWllimlted to return until May 3Ut with liberal stop-over privileges in rlorlda.n FLP1."OLD
Band meet every Monday evenIng tresses of parties In the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally "
at 3 o'clock. supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter. Organs 1 RELIABLE.
Established In 1878.
For Information as to Rates Sleeping Car Reservations etc., call on or write to
r'' CITY OFFICIALS. I F. M. JOLLY. Division. Passenger Agent. '
i "
138 \\'.Bay Str. Astor Block,Jacksonville. rla. Kimball Hinze.
! ---- Whitney
t W. B. DBSUAM.Gen'l Superintendent R W. Wass v, Pass. Traffic Mer.. I ,
M, VOK.-F. P. Cone, I Savannah. Ga. Savannah.Ga. ......
k .CLMK &TREASURER.-W. JJ. [t'fB. : __ ____- I I '- THE 8/GGEST VALUE ON EARTH ----

; Assissos.-V.lPhillips. i i All kinds of Small Instruments and Trimmings. Easy Terras. Low Price,.
Send for Free Catalogues and full information.
-W.Edwards VESTI UlE(
T. SEABOARD AIRLINE 1- __ __ __ _
i JbJISB.L.W. Strange. -- ----- -- -- -----

-J' E. Henry, president; j .
litDfSHXH. l Yi I.MITED '
S.L. Berry, M. L. flympion, O. R.I DIRECT LINE..;

# Porker, J. E.lnraan, J. E. Young, S ...QUICK TIME 1
I R. P. 8ogera.i I SOUTHERN -TO- i


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. JUDGE W. II. Jvet.SBCSirr I Lv Jackson\.lIIe..w !Oa i 1.f.> P 130 a ;Jacksonvitle- __. :-:-I.'9V)aI14 P BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
tAr Fernandina. 11s. 11051' Ar Baldwin------------ 9 44 p NEW YORK
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: -IK. If. Hancock. I Ar Everett------------12101- ; CtZME-if. Scarborough.. Ar Savannah.--...... I 3t Pill 50p11 4ia .. (;ainesville-- ..______u... .... 11 54p __. ___ -: CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, >
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Ar Fairfax 309p 2 of a. : _
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TS ASCBEB-J. L. Turner. Ar Drnmark.....-..__. 3 461 t'.la......-_ : .-!-.lh.; Spring---------:- .., 11111' ._ ,
AaaEssoB.A.11.11rQwn.XLLlC'1'ORC. I Ar Columbia-------------l 5"11I36a __.. ...O..ala.._______.._...._ _I. ..-._.1 ::;tpl :IIIa'I ATLANTA,
Jonet.Sen. Ar Camden.I7351 641a ... : \ .. 2 I :11
13. a
( : 'I Ar SII Pines ..-....... 3i I ::10 1'S a; .. I eehurg---.I ...._..j' C 5!P :1:11I a BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS, '
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PUBLIC INSTRUCTION L. Ar Raleigh---------------l: : illl""a'' w. .. __.._..__._.____ ...___.! 3 21p 4 :iliaI I
AtanLPOINTY "ort.mouth .. -, IOU S--------- CHATTANOOGA,
Ar > ---- 1 a' Orlandoa U Op 7 qua'Ar ,
.; COMMISSIONERS-P. T. Boozy I. Ar RlchnlODd'a''I"! 45a1 it 3upi-------: ; .. Wint r Park ......-.-. _-.. 5 p ______ RAILWAY I ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY
Washington---------- 9 "I ads City.------------' 3 3 UtI a ,
Frank Smith Geo. .. -- P
chairman; Ar Baltimure.. __.__ IIIIaaII3SIi---.. Plant City-------------. .._: "IIII' ..lI a
.SmUhton, T. W. Oetzen and A. Ar Philaddphla--------- :III" = 511 a. __.... .. Tampa.-.- --.1- i r. W PI' :. I'll a And all Points East and West.
P. Eumph.BOASB Ar New York-- ______-_ \{ Y ICly: 1I1J al....... --

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Hr. T.JlefIPJ. i iI'omeetion made at Fernandina

ehairfitan;'S. L. Berry andECOURT with Cumberland Route steamers CJ NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS?* } !.

"..g. Wue. I IIca\' al1dinJ. 1:20 p.m.... daily I :: SERVICE LIKE THIS. W ..

i JLclUIlU4J: ariivug D\UIl"WU.n r.I .
WEST D1\ & N 3. I I I. :
Lv Jacksonville .. : 7SOp t USa ,
:AC Lake City.......m_...:.-..-_.-_-_-_- !l1lpl1lU'a' I, Via favMUh ud Charlotte N. C. !
TaW Judicial Circuit of Florida Live Oak_;........_._._____.. N 00 p'Il' 39 pi I; tLeave Fernandina for Jackson- .

Jwl f'Jobu F.*White- Live Oak, I "- Madison-----------------------Uontictllo.?.__,1 III 2 Sl hi pL 3 tit 15u!p.! vile 74i( a. m. and 40 p. m. I THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, 'I

*' Thomasville..._....__. KOa,. -
Sta YAttorneyr L. E.' Robinson t "Montgomery------------------ glomArrivals| at Jacksonville from north Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C, I
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JspiTRFIa.j', ,- -T L &7e-: -.-.:..:. -...:..:,141 1 lltia ill} m'; p & east, No. 27 at 9:10 a. m.; NO: ;31 at' [r THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, :
.. )
p a I Quincy.---------------------4 stjp |130; p. m. From the west, No. 2, 7: a
f., SPBINIz TERM. :! I -River Junction.'.' 5 lip : ? m No 4 g-50; a. m. From the south t Via J..up. |I.

JuperHamilton'>> '',county,"*4th- Tues-i i I -SSSf1_*_-___ ........--... -..-,--......,":I u;; No44at'tt:30 a I ; a. m., No. 66, at 3:55 THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS
day in January.. New. Orleans.<.| 74Ua'l' m. ,
Lire,Oak, Suwanee county, 2nd Tu'esLakf -- VU Jeaup. j

du ilt May:Columbia 4th.- No. 44, solid vestibuled train Letween Jacksonville and New York, including .

City" county. wail, baggage and express cars, day coaches, dining cars and Through VwUbuled Train, Pullman Drawing Room. t i
Mayo Tuesday, Lafayette In May. county 2nd Tuesday through 1'iillman sleepers between Tampa and New York, Atlanta and liMpiD Cart, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining C.... .
I hi June. Nashville. Nos. 31 and 44 carry I'ulluan buffet sleeping cars between Jack-

Perry county, Is Tuesday sonville and Tampa.No. Through Pullman Steeping Can between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.! 0.,
l ,Taylor' i\ fUi, solid vestibuled train consisting; of day coaches, mail, baggage via Ashevllle, N.C., tad KnoxvUU, through "THE LAND OP THE SKY."
between Jacksonville and Washington and Pullman!
and express cars
Madison 2nd
Madison.'county, Tues-i i
sleeper between Jacksonville and New York. i
= j i t
daVii April. L j'I Nos. 3 zid1, lulmn.n buffet sleeper Jacksonville and St. Louis via I; Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated

!4 j FALL TERM. : Monticello, Thomasville and Montgomery. :j la CtfBaectloa with the Plant System from Jacksonville. I:
', Juperj Hamiltoacountyr 4th Tues-i. Steamers for Key West HavanaNo.: 27 makes connection at Port

diy lq.Mf'lSt. xv, I Tampa with steamers t..avlIlundaJs.! : Thursdays and Saturdays. .1. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS it Very Lo, Rttis'eo Sale 1m 110 Sept 30,1 903 -
Live Oak,Suwanee county, 2nd Tuesday Nos. 2 and 1, simper b-:iwoen N.w Orleans and Jacksonville },
la November ; E. ST. JOHN, V. E. M'UKK, B. S. ALLEN, I I For raid Mbcdtlu and latonuttlon, call on or iddreu i
Lake City 'Columbia county, 4th : 1st V.-P. & G. il.: (. ea'1 Sup't.\ Gen. I' j I I W. T. COSBY, T. P. A., I Ita

Tubday !t'N tember.. I Portsmouth Va. i West Bay Itnel,Jacksonville H*. ,

Mayo. Lafayette'jcounty, 2nd Tuesday A. O. MACDONELL, Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. It CULl, W. A. TURK, B. H. SARDWICKTuaiBgton ,
December. i Traeo alaasaer GeL 1'.....ii\. Au:'GeL Pus.J.i\.o
Perry,Taylor county, 1st Tuesday in i \ ,D.C. WUhlJiltol1 D. C. AtUaU.O*. I
ilidlion, Madison county, 2nd Tuesda ;
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II October. !i

r d\f : ": LOCAL TIME TABLE.

'" i Subject to change without public notice.
".-.. 'it.. i 1:1 1 2 4
: (!(' ck STAN IONS Quick I nixie ARBITERSMEN'S

t- \ Flyer step__ _Step___ Flyer .
.11 0011 IU 11-alii- III 1.'....... .... la."I.-\r -11'11 III "lOa ini
I tt 116u m. 125')1) III .... .......Ullll.lilla.._ ................ 2-1'Sp III 252& III
i 17 a n1': 1 2U p 111 ." .. .. ...Vienna ... ............ .... 2 .2 I' III 2 31 a m all that is Correct iac
1 iJ'Ia m .14011111 Br... .... ... t III 2 o..ql N .... ......(. ,. ..... ........ ....Ar 2 OKIIU 21511 mI Stylish Dressing for
;; 2 30 a 111 2 51) P 111 ...... .. .. .A,hbllrn. ......... ......... I\) I' m 1 35 a m I Fine
I 3 10 a 111 3 30 P m Ar.... .. ....Tillo:}.................Lv 12 :., II III 1 00 a III '
3 15: a III 3 at 111 m Lv... .......'tit 'i.... .............Ar 12 :S5 II III 12 55 a III I HATS, LADIES, GIRLS, MEN .BOYS
:1 41ia III 4 (k p III ...... .. .. ....park.... ......... .... 1.1: oII III 22 a m
3 57 a III 4 16 pill .. .. . .... Ikartpiue. .. .... .. .... ... I1 51 a III 11 11 a 11i I SUITS, and CHILDREN,
-I10 a III 5 o.J..11 .\r.. ... ....\.: ."...' .. .. ...........L:,11 10.t 111 11 55p ofI i
i 440 a 1\1 5101' ilL Lv... ... ....' ..h...............Ar 111111& III 113.'t }i III OVERCOATS, 1 The Largest Stock and
YaiKlALKE 15; :11 a 111 6'-1.\11; ......... .Jl .m ia m 10Up m
: 6 O1a 1\1 s 36 I' III ...... ....White .11rillg..Or...... ...... II ::2 a 111 1003 P m I' UNDERWEAR Variety.
'6)aui 7uuI'1U ......... .: (1Ir..I.\ Ut14au, 940pin
'I .64illl1 72111111 .l.v..I.akct'itv.\r 'S Oa III 9a1111l1 i and BEST QUALITIES

8' ,50 a m II :!'l) \11 ....... ; .. .. .. .... 7 50 a UI .805\) m ,
811-1 a III 8.71' N ... ... .. .. .lIaml'l.. ... ...... .. ..... ,37 u m 7 52 P m 1 1I FURNISHINGS.LADIES' .
I U 15 Ii 111 9 4.i II 111 -\r... .......ralatka.... ..... :..... .Lo 25 am 640 P IIIi and always

(JAINESV ILLE. 'I.A. : -- the

OAK U4 alll 7 ) 111II I.v.... ... .isle (. ...... ..... 8 50alll9 "k)pm I IOOam Tiilor-Iad SUITS, SKIRTS, '
I 1 l 83.)11111 1.\ ........\r\ 740am 755 p m Wants Underskirts, Underwear LOWEST'
lI 5alll 9301'11' AT.... .. .. I :lill s\.ille..l.v 645am iOO n m I Hosiery, Jackets,

.WHISKEYpiMlrTtBYAC i'" SOUTH UOUN;) SCHEDULES.:; Capes, Fine Neckwear and

;> Via Macon, C of G Uv, N C & St L Ky. 111 Vnt li R and connections. FmUhiags. -c .

t tltI.4am 94\1.tll I.y... ..... ... lake )............. 6 :tA am ill) pn: and Children's-SoFp'ies
4 151): ns 4 lOa n: Ar.... .... .... ..11.tcon.... ..........Lv 11 j51' 111. U 20a m I Boys' ,
t 1 73.111 7 2"ia1l1 At.-... .Atlanta ... .. ..... .Lv 8 3J pm 750alu I Ii SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS,
1 OOa 11\ 11101' 111' Ar..Xhallanolja..I.v; 255.. m 3 Oi a 111 \.
a I JMit) at Atlanta Exposition,, Ii .nit In t,5)11 m ... ... ......: : h\'lIlI'.I.v 910p m 9301111 UNDERWEAR ud FURNISHINGS.of
7l fli 714aut Ar..... .. ... t I"i". ... .........Lv 844pm giuain : -

tb best and t 4 05 II in 7 o.tlll |Ar .... .. ..Ciiirinatli; .. ......LvlUOOpmr \ III ooa m I C. 0. n. ,Mt.,taa.Mts BAIL.iUi WMES,fMI 9 pea.liuiiiiiiiig t,ttlal ikel..rt
purest' 9 15 p p in K09ain |\ ...-........Chicago: ; ..... ......Lvl 700pni .. .... ....

key sold. GA.
When-110 tune is shown raill do not stop.Trans ,
'_ South. Nos 3 and 4 the"Pixie Flyer" have through sleeper between St Lonis. Slo.anilJacksonvilie.FIa. .
S viaVaMosta. aiul through parlor sleeping car an I coach be-
r and 1'alatta. bribe recpptiou of paswnsers in Unioft Depot. Macon
tween Macon open
t& CO 1II1't.lInl.niolll"I>ot.n r..tllo'lnlil 7iX a m. andean be
and remains
,Proprietors I 9:30 p nt. B H Levy & Bro.

..elIi# '. 4TI.ILS.A. ocennied WILLIAM CHEOUEYSHAW until that time. C, P. Fisn.M .

? b. i is.t sm.. a C. B..Eaooee.Vice !'reb_ Jenl 'Biy Agent BllBSS Lake City. Ha.H _

aara.aWO.ri 'y p O"'I1'II'a., a.Agent, a: icon,(;a1 F f A Jacksonville Fla. ',
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:""w | Honey and Tar cures-coughs i' l 1oaisuille i -&-THE Nashville- R. R. WORMS S !! VERMIFUGE)WHITE'S east is t2uAaarr. CREAJ JlM&Ia t _'

J and colds, hoarseness and croup, Runs through cars to Pen..acola, For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. C

O Mobile an 1ew Orleans, to Birmingham 8DLL DT ALL a8IIQCgrXBTe. y
bronchitis and la grippe. and St. Louis, to. .,.
I \Y even Nashvilie Prepared by--- JAMES F. BALLARD, 8t

Pleurisy, pneumonia and conJT \ Xthe worst Louisville, Cincinnati and Evans- 1, rw* VVMMJVV WV* <

villc and to Chicago without leaving!!

sumption are prevented Si& S cases> arc al" train. For rates, schedules and !I

byFoleysHoneyand v'v -Xp ways relieved by bleeping-car reservations, write to or j I P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR -- ---

Honey and call on 1 1 1B.

Tar. Asthma and .XVi-N and in the I ffl
/ In, early II. Iloi-Kixs, Fia. Pass. Agt. BUILDER :;

consumption stages it cures them. 2KJ \\'et Bay Street, : .
< Ji
: The proof that it has done these things I Jacksonville. Fla v_ '-J
O1&\ We i ...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... 5,,'.
'a on file with your druggist. guarantee r C. L. STOXE, C. P. A., i,
it to do all these things. i Louisville, Ky. A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICEG.f"[
Note There is nothing st M good" or"just the same"u I
Fojey's Honey and Tar although there are substitutes on :
O dealers make more profit. 1 rs.
I NoticeIs -
BANNER SALVE cures piles, ft's guaranteed. 1 1I I hereby given that (30) thirty day from
this date I will on benalt: ot the stateot: i
the Florida.following issue described tax deed to lands.F. M., to-wit Douglass: Fire Storm, Tornado and Cyclone I Aura--
Sold by Geo. W. Price ; The SE u ot N!: < and N H ot SE of Section -
JK.Tp 4 S. K 18 -East.MO acres; and SVw
SW qr Section 3:1.Tp4S.R 18 East 160 acres COMPANIES TIEPnESEXTED"-....
embraced in certificates Nos.Toll and J77.
.. .. I Witness my hand and seal Dec. !ls.t, A. D.
.'" 'r.1'iU ;:t<;: 1900 Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in busispt
Office: in Vinzant Block.
Fire! Fire! Fire! I : V 1 Clerk Circuit Court Upstairs

Chalker & Small
It comes like a thief both day and night and steals away your borne or business. I Agts,
You cannot afford to run the risk without Insurance Protection. I Represent -
the very Best Insurance Companies and will take pleasure in ., J. D. CALLAWAY
Insuring your property. Prompt adjustment and Payment I ,
of all Looses guaranteed. 1 make no chare for writ. .
jug policy as usually charged by other agent I BROKER

Office 105 Eeraando St., near Baptist Church- ,_ UKAL ESTATE AND
T. R. HODCES.4 PHONE NO. 34. a $20:

Lake Fla.
.. jsjgs e101"'l"'lG'l jqa lel ls10l"1 "'4e.'.< y.e.1:J.'. ." .".,,.."> 10 .t" City

I Teachers and Prospective Teachers
A Bona-Fide Salary. I .

VChattanooga & St. Louis Ry. I $12 Weekly.Men will find City Re.I..w1aat College. the Lake t +

and women to appoint agents and
-AND- I represent us, some t<> tra\el. others
for local work. *K weekly salary and

Western and Atlantic R'y expenses.pleasant permanent Old established positions, bouse rapid $20 COVERS ALL EXPENSESexcept

advancement and increase of wages.
Write at once. Address
"Battlefields Line"To lil'TLKU & ALGER. railroad fare tor one term.
i dT Del.L K SEW 1I4\'EI.C'OSS. Send for circulars toW

Nashville,Louisville Cinclnnatti.Chicago. St. Louis, Memphis and all
points West For rates and schedule write to F. YOGUM, Lake City, Ha.
C. UABXAN..G.P.A.,Atlanta,Ga. T. M. DOYLE F. P. A.. Jacksonville, Fla. ,

-I .
Ottice upstairs in HIP rear of Pi ice's l)rni?
: Ig Store. l.VBlYrv, Fi l


SUMMER HEATThe Jai(>er, Fla. I I Lake City,Fla.
| ; .UT CUT
ROBERSON & SM1\LL. Well Fed S a

thermometer will Soon be climbing to the Summer
heat mark. You will soon be wiSnlnz you could O ATTORNEYS AT LA\V.
contrive to get along without that awfully hot range. LAKE CITY AND JASPER, FLA.
/, You can. husbands make the
Will do a general practice in State and
g Federal courts. Collections and conveyancing. best husbands and +
TRY J? BLUE FLAME.. I Lake City office: Second floor Vinzant ,
i Bloik dlitW-lvr. their food can best ','
O -:
Blue Flame makes an ideal beat for cooking-quick I -, -- be prepared on the :
convenient and economical. We have Stove you want O
It coats but little and is a great labor saving device.
,, All BI es-wlth or without cooking utensils.
i T.R.HODCESAttorney
g ; NewEStnterprise H- .
4 I at Law and So-

| llcltor in Cliuncery.j __

j g j -NOTARY PUBLIC.I .--

'-- : I Special attention given to Commercial collections '
X Try Vou I I and execution ot Deeds
.. p I Mortgages and all other Legal REQUIRES LESS FUEL
: papers. Offlte: Ufiller-
an 1 nando street.
; near Baptist Church. THAN ANY OTHtfI STOVB
PliONt:No.Jj.T .
"Iron Afford

Q King" : It Ot I t T. OLIVER, For twenty years the premier stove of tin South,

0 I ATTORNY-AT-LA'N. made from Southern material
by Southern work-
COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS men, and giving ideal satisfaction In ever 200,000

.1 A SPECIALTY. I homes. Retains heat and bakes better thai any
You'll Have Better Meals and the Cook Office: Marion street up stairs over Mrs. :
a Better Temper. T. I; other stove. Sold under
: I Perry'b.building formerly occupied byI guarantee. If your dealer!
&Callaway. :!
O I carry the most comple line of Crockery Queens- I Practice in all State Courts prompt atten-:j can not show you the New Enterprise, write for
ware and Tin-ware In
city. Just what lion
you want- to all Busiue Mortgages and Deeds I
prices the lowe 8 considering quality ot goods. drawn and acknowledgements taken. i i iMiSTEEIH '' either of our seventeen department Catalogs, ud

CHANCERY roB prices, showing everything used in the kitchen

I Tin-Roo11llg and Guttering a sp6 lalt11LJ. j Jant-88): -- COLUMBIA COUNTY. 11 dining room, laundry, or dairy. A little postigi,

stamp will save you many dollars. .; ,

: D. STRE ETY. --,- iJ.: S, SWAGKARDJj : J r ,

. g_ *i MERGHftNT! '
The finest line of.Tailoring Goods ever i I ; .
--- -- shown in MFG. CO.
----;:-- -- --- -- --- town. Every Pattern Is correct ,
-- -- You win nave nodiafcultr in making a I .MWMTVMM j
selection. Uouot send ourorderawav 1 .
or wait u days for a ualr of Pants-but : Stivu,BugtsJIawari,iutritU4 .
call and sec lilY line of Uuods.make your ;i lratll.- 2:
r.J' selection and have Goods made up same I s
., day. Perfect Nit Guaranteed. |II li a.r.aTtat.- .MtaLtAtl t
aa.IZTA&L.eMuS M
Clothes Dued, Cleaned and Prei sid \ Chlat,Crickery,61uswariTiyiV 1

College ltoj Suits Cleaned I Ii j Art aid HtU y 80...
ers i and I'resicd.75 cents each. I

1 Satisfactoru Work Guar reed.N. !t NASA TEII.o .


Lake City Flu. I i 1 d ... \ -- "

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Prom jFiller .


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OflQ O HaoGOO Wit0000 u XI\ilhWt


I PlANT FRUIT Descrlpthe sad UtartratelK Catalogue t t a


: rORPROFlT What to Pleat anti Asw to Grow aid flatkettYeGreat t ti .

Moocy Making Fnrits .! UM SoutY.t:

High-Orade Peacbex, Peat, Plums, Perslm_.. (
Nat Trees,Crape*,ViA Satsuma and other ct-
i Oran'f.eUoa Citrus Trifoliate
> sock Orna- G
Low Prlcrs..eatal Trees, RUM*and wyihin.*for the C
croft, orchard or Karden.",AddrcuTheOriffingBros.Co. cs.

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neriet aad Teat Cronada at "" .1 POMONA NURSERIES

Macclcnny, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla I e'' 1
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