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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
June 7, 1901


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
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Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
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Preceded by:
Columbia County citizen and Florida tobacco plant
Preceded by:
Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1885)
Succeeded by:
Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1919)


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UJCE CITT MPORTEB, =. l87t I Consolidated '

COUJTT Cll E EH, 1886 Asg,24,180o LAKE CITY, FLA., FRIDAY,, JUNE 7, 1901. Vol. XXVII No. 30

fficult Digestion LAW'S LONG 'ARM. Council Proceedings.;

is dyspcpsl- s Lake City Fla., June 3,1001.

jt eUt Hie Few lUf.K fo, CrimlB.1 at Present Council met. President Parker,

: nlferen eat not became they scant toutf Day-'lbeker Safest Coutrr prebiding. Present, Aid. Gillen, Hic- .
because they ntuC.Tbn .
for Lawbreaker son, Rogers, Plympton and Watts. LightSweet
know they are Irritable and fretful: -
The minutes of last meeting were
\bg cannot In 1800' if a criminal could
fly to
eompUin .of a bad taste In the another country he Vo"f1ti read and approved. ,
:g tenderness at the pit of the tom- safe, for he could not be brought The clerk reported, that Mayor Wholesome are

;- IB uneasy feeling of puffy fulness, back without endless trouble. At ('one had approved ordinances more

tb*,heartburn and what notrgactual that time there were no extradition 116 and 117 and that they had NOil'l
remedy, proved b> perma- '
ears*of thousand U severe eases, is treaties between England and France, recorded and placed in the Bread ,611.6Jl easily,

SarsaparUlaIk Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, the printer for publication. I f r .. .. speedily

Holland, Austria or America, and so Aid. Rogers reported on sprinkler.Aid. :.

Ik rw*Sr. uw iuM aatharu.. if a lawbreaker could reach any of Watts moved that the commit certainly

_a those countries he had a very fair made
tee procure the sprinkler. Aid. Gil
"*ft chance of evading
punishment alto- Delicious
;ORDINANCE NO. 117. gether. It was estimated that every len offered as a substitute that the Pastry' ...withROYAL

ordained- by the mayor and year over 1,000 criminals avoided the matter lay over until next meeting.The .

council of the city of Lake City, arm of the law by crossing over to matter was laid over till next

da. France, and an almost equal number meeting On motion. of Aid. Rogersthe I

'( That it shall be unlawful from the continent took refuge in tax books were ,ordered closed

any railroad Company to run or England. A Russian criminal at that June. 20th and that the tax sale be -

lit'its engines or 'trains within time had only to cross the frontierand advertised for August sale day. .
he was safe, and the law
_ was
rated limits of Lake City, The account of light was referredto
just as easily evaded all
over Europe,
rat a greater speed than ail says London Answers. water and light committee" for ad- BAKING POWDER

/to-wit:' Within one-:quarter At the present day..there are very justment. I

'wilg of it* passenger station, few refuges for criminals, and the The accounts, $7334 for hydrants I Its great usefulness and superiority

fit mile*an hour; within ,one-half arm of the law extends to the end $1.25 for jail, and 11.00 for telephone ,I

t of it* passenger station, fifteen of the longest telegraph cables. The for :May, were paid; also Isaac Hart ,have made the Royal Baking Powderone

"i pet bourn.That U safest Turkey country because for the there law-breaker are few f35.00 salary for May; G. O. Adicks, of the most popular of household

:i any engineer or con- 13.00, at fire; J. E. Young 813.93; S.
." among the minor officials who are
r'operating or running any en- above bribery.In R. O'Quinn 10.60; R. F. Rogers SI.50;; articles, and it is declared by expert

,! or train at .a greater rate of the early part of 1800 there were Sam Clark $2.55; J. Tompkins*;.62; cooks indispensable in the preparationof

I than as herein provided, with over 50,000 criminals in England who J. T. Tompkins 16 95; W. H. Kempton

e distances mentioned in sectio i had at sometime been convicted. lll.r; n. J. Stewart 50 cents; fire the finest and most wholesome food. .

(this ordinance, shall be punished Since then there has been a steady company $10.03, fire 28th of May;

[doe not exceeding 123.00 or im- decrease. When the late queen came Columbia County jail rent from April1st
to the throne
ament not exceeding ten days, were convicted 21,000, while persons the to June 1st, 1901. U-W.W. were or- The Royal Baker and Pastry There are cheap baling pow-
dfecretioa of the mayor. I dered paid. Cook"-containing over Soj ders, made from alum but they
.". average at the close of the century most and
practical valuable
| by council May 20, l00l, ia little Aid. Rogers offered the following are exceedingly harmful to
__ only a over 10,000. cooking receipts-free to Lc.iltli Their
3' : 5 O. tt. PARKER, President resolutions which were discussed and Send astringent and 4
every patron. postal cauterizing qualities"add
iroved May 27,1911.. adopted: card with your full -address.
dangerous element to food.
:# V F. P..CONE, Mayor. H!w tk. 0 Whereas
Mtett!: *VT.: 'M. I YES;Clerk. I Her Colomr-Ske Alone Live I contract between the
corporation of Lake City and the
_f :'NO,LOSS: OP TIME. I Water & Electric.Company requiresa

.have'soldChamberlain's Colic, Only humble queen bees livetnroughthe 40 Ibs. static pressure on the water __ __ h__ __ '

r.and Diarrhoea' Remedy for ,winter. They shelter thenuiehea mains all the time when there is no
to arouse and notify the citizens of as be needed to cut the water
iri,,and. would rather be out 'ofTee'and as best, they can, and the weakerones outbreak of Ore, and whereas to safe-
the town. off contiguous mains at the alarm of
than it. I told live are frozen to death: When the citizens ia
sugar ly our an unex-
protect 4. In the event the will lire and the chief of
queen wakes up in the spring she telephone the fire depart-
ties of It yesterday to threshers pected hour from the ravages of a
hunts a sunny spot and burrows sev- not work, or from any cause the policeman ment shall designate such membersof
tC'wU no farther and disastrous conflagration would be
go they eral inches into the ground. At the or person could not send in the fire department whose duty
_ at stork again tub morning.rV .- conducive to the of
happiness our
bottom of the tunnel she forms a I an alarm of fire over the phone, then it shall be to immediately go at the
"- .Tears: Plymouth, Oklahoma. room in which she builds several homes and the prosperity of our city, I
the gong at the court house shall be alarm of fire and shut off contiguous
sm ba.seea by the ,above the cells In each cell, says the Little Therefore be it resolved, by the
tapped repeatedly, when it shall be mains.
were able to keep on with Chronicle she-puta honey and a city council of Lake City, that the
'the workt.'ithout: losing a single the duty of the person in charge at 10. That these resolutions be pub-
worker egg, and then goes on building -
rules be and
.Gl ft time.Yon should keep a bot- more cells. When the first eggs following are hereby the power house to sound the steam lished in the city papers and spreadon
Ueol this Remedy in home. adopted, -
tesale your hatch into workers they build and whistle giving the general alarm. the minutes.

".4* by.G; _W. Price i Druggist.. .. fin the cells and the queen only lays 1. It shall be the duty ot a night As soon as the general alarm is given, On motion $15 was ordered paid

-therejseems, to be great rivalry the eggs. All the celja together are policeman to visit the Electric &. and the number of the ward ascertained Miss Nora Small typewriting city

tieeo the north and south poles the bumblebee nest. ATRJTU midsummer Water plant at least once each hour j w here the fire exists, the num- charter'

fcjbleb. will be discovered this the queen lays eggs which hatch during each night from 9 o'clock in i io I ber of the ward shall be signaled The application of C.-V.Waugh for
drones and then she
.Imer. out queens and the evening until daylight in the 1 from the steam whistle. relief of tax was not granted.
folds her wings and dies. The drones
-5 ,... morning, and see that the static i. 5. Inasmuch as the city is sup On motion that the president ap-
die only a few days after they reach
E;Utore'Pilules are a guaranteed their growth, aud frost kills the pressure is kept up to. contract. plied with only six inch water mains, point a committee to confer with

!.CUt for all forms of Malaria Ague, workers and weakly queens. 2. The night policeman. shall re- only two 2 in. hose shall be turned on county commissioners as to horse

| Uuj and Fever Swamp Fever, MaP Miner bees tunnel in the same way, I Il port to the mayor, the president of :I a fire until after sufficient time (10 troughs and rent of jail. The presi-
JarIil 'er,- Bilious Fever, Jaun- l but Instead of making cell they' line the council the chairman of the minutes) has been given to enable dent appointed Aid. Gillen, Rogers
; Biliouanefe! fetid breath and a their nest with chewed earth and fill
listless electric and water committee at once the Electric &: Water Co. to shut off and Plympton. !
at, feelin .
> They cure it with one of and.
mass honey pollen.
matism and the lassitude fob any failure of the Electric &: Water contiguous water mains, and thus increase On motion council adjourned.
In this the float until hatched.
lewfng blood poison produced from Yellow jacket eggs queens burrow Company keeping up the pressure at the static pressure, after Attest: W. M. IVES, Clerk.

-u'ial-It >poLuming. No Quinine. early in the spnng. The nest all hours of the night according to which time all the openings for hose -
AtStol ;Acids or Iron. Do not very To Cure a Cold In One Day
|rIia toinach or teeth. Entirely consists of honeycombs with an outer contract. can be used as may be needed. I

w !",., Price, 50c per box. Dr. wall of .thick paper, such ,as wasps 3. When any building or structure 6. The chief of the fire depart Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-

"*C.; ooreCo.NoUO North Main make. In early fall lay unhatched shall be discovered on fire, the policeman ment shall be at once notified of an lets. All druggists refund the moneyif

,''''' etr-o St,, Louis, Mo. Geo. \V. young in the cells are put out of the ; the outbreak of fire by the person in it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's .

lIe...dru-gUt [mar-'Ol-lyr] nest, a practice from which the birds or any person making charge at the central telephone of- signature is on each box. 25c.

do not fail to If hatched they discovery, shall at once telephone ---
The I In event of the failure of the
: tarill
muddle that came with would starve, so ,the old insects give the central telephone office, giving I

sent. possessions is only one more them an easier death. the location of the fire, and. it shall telephone the, policeman or person The world' stock of paper money

-;, : mentagainstthe whole schemeAction. be the duty of the person in chargeof I discovering the fire shall notify the Is now $900,000,000, equal to the existing -
Df p'ot I r-Urt. L.TT..f Chlma. ""T'r the central telephone ollice to immediately I chief of the lire department. stock of gold coin.

---'i I The interest laws of China, with notify by phone the 'person I 7. The chief of the fire deuart- There are 3,000 words used alike in

p./: hate been suffering from Dys'Fepaiafor which the operations of banking are in charge at the Electric &: Wa- ment shall keep a careful supervision French and English without variation

| the past twenty years and intimately connected, date from the I of all the fire 'apparatu, hos in spelling.
irate ter power hoe, who shall without
been unable after trying all year 1250( of our era. The enormous carts ladders, etc., and any personor About 900 persons a day on an average -

'."pintious and phsiciana to get rate of interest is curiously! defendedby delay give a general alarm by blowing persons removing or using any visit the white house the; year

TKlief. It results, they the steam whistle at the power round. The number rues sometimesto
After taking one bottle seeing ladder, wrench: spanner hose, nozzle ; -
00111 say, in economy, in order that house fur a suBicient length of time 1,500 and 2,000.

f. Dyspepsia Cure in I found re- the borrower_may repay the loan in I union, coupler, cart, rope, chain The remnant of the once great Penobsoot :.
i kit.Skam now better health industry in deterring hook or any apparatus belonging
producing greater --
l hue been for tribe of Indians now living on
T"Bo\: praise Kodol twenty Dpspepsla y.ars. persons from borrowing. in reducing with the fire department, shall be an island near Oldtown, Me., have .

d too highly" Thus writes Mrs.Luwlberts' the number of renters of and,thus HUMPHREYS'Witch guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be their own form of government. At

North Creek, Ark- increasing the number of land owners, dealt with as the law directs. Any their recent election they chose a
and in inducing circumspection in regard .
party or parties in whose possessionany prohibitionist chief named Mitchell
'1M. _
---------_ to new enterprise It is further Attean, by a vote of 25 to 23.
of the above be
ike valdosta of business that this I Oil apparatus may
Southern road has stated by men Hazel One of New York's sporting club
found, the same shall be taken as
F' ta also maximum founded
its line 30 cent. is a
to Madison, Fla., per has purchased 1,700 acres of land inwestern
*.dtt fcst train on the probability that the oscillationsin I I prima facie evidence of such:: person "
was run to that 'TilE PILE OINTMENT. Massachusetts to be kept under
of silver will never exceed taken such .
the having -
price persons appaaratus
.Saturday afternoon.: The road lor fence as a game preserve. A lake
*completed that sum It mutt be understood also Relief from the hose-boue. covering 100 will be stocked
to Hanson Fla. some Gives
rate of interest rare-
Bc,afo and trains that the ordinary !! 8. The gong at the court house with &h and private stables and cottages )
have f
been rung exceeds 20 or 22 per cent., and thatI
to that ly shall be connected at all times with are to be erected : '
place for a year or more. monef may be had as low as 12 per It cures Piles or Hemorrhoids-External J -;
The latest in New York swell
the gong in the power house 1>o that very
seeks ago President J. M. i sent.. though the'rate sometime .$- or Internal Blind or Bleeding Itching 01
alarm of society it that carriage teams for use ,
the fire will be the fi
.o. lssont who is the principal owo- i ceedi even 30 per cent.Forwn.-- J Burning, Fissures and Fistulas. Relief immediate bridal consist of '
by parties must one .
t i '
z'1 t 4 power immediately by tapE
e road, decided to ;finish the 1- -cure certain.It white and one black horse. As a re-
V 1I. cures Burns and Scalds. The ) E: of the bong on the court h /use. sult

> t has ieoo8trnctionanJ httd a large force since of handsyat that I. *"*, ... .... .... ....... ... """' ''' ''''''' '''' '''''''. instant.It I 9. Resolved, that the Electric & prices livery for well-matched men are offering pairs of fancy opposite :

about cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and: Water' Company shall supply the colors.
The 'road is only P I A card of inquiry
Sore Nipples. Invaluable.It I fire department with such wrenches Seventeen feet rir feet .of
.,thirty miles much long by .
long, but it is onebuilt Pianos will reveal .
: > \ hort lines in the I cures Salt 'Rheum, Tetters, Scurfy I __ _, ._ wide and two inches thick, were the
that is interesting. AVe Hands Fever Busters, dimensions .
'iud Eruptions, Chapped of the largest perfect .

has been completed, i sell the highest gradesat Sore Lips or No&mls. Corns, Bunions,: I Skin affections will readily disappear plank. This phenomenal plank of red-
one' man.' Sore and Chafed Feet, Stiags of insects, by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel wood was cut from one of the famous "
reasonable figures. -
CJ4".IJW> I most Mosquito Bites and Sunburns. Salve. Look oat for counterfeits. Californian giant tree IU most remarkable 1
DRA. 'I'
GOc. and LOO feature is its absolute
i Three Sizes; 25c., $ perfeetness
TEt Cmd Ya tlaa Afwals Bongt} If you get DeWitt's you will get good
CARTER & DORO O11, $aU by !Irvg ghts,Of seat prepaid M receipt vi prb.results. It is the quick and positive and its immense size, a com-

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Doa't wait until your property is Rheumatism U conceded to have Wyoming .. I ,

burned but take out fire protectionin condition of Willie problem by discovering PIANOS.
Its origin in a poisoned within its borders '
natural deposit :
Start Right 'ad vanc Call 01*:'1"'. R Hodges the blood, and to be most successfully soap .

and .,01111 enjoy who represents nine of the'best companies heated by HERDING, which, acts i "We can sell tiou i

liTtng.. In thin thes.lyniptcnu entan. .- uhurcli.., -'fnone-34.Office! oppositeUaptist upon the liver, kidneys and other digesting ;. ....... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..&.. ...... .. ...... : the best OH modern t!
I of da- blood purifying organs,
wed LlT.r and the system of the offendingasrents. A LOT OF BRICK ; I terms. "WeaUopjj z ,
Bactacbe.Constipation. Ru.-sd Sage says he makes money Price, 50 ce !ts. G. W.f I chlngold
Kheuiu- because there are'so fools in Price. P02 SALE BT fi
\Ibm.Lo o of Appetite many and .
and bleep.Bud the world. Uncle Runs' idea of" a ; t Organs. !

Breath.,DIabetes Brlabt'sLlreaee. fool u a man who thinks,money is One thing U certain t supreme S. B. T"O lP50N. Carter f: Dorongl K
: Gravel uut Bfl- [ administration.OLD .
k court follows the : 1IWJIWE BUMTK.

Iou-. made to spend. I ....... ...... ...... ..... ...... ...... .... ......v ,...... ...... ......v..... ...... '-

Mr.\V. J. Baxter ot North Brook, ---- ---- -- ----- "-
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I hu wowtertul racren caring IhcM..ilTrarAranrtitliuDr __ JT. C:, says he suffered with piles for M. it!. Austin, a civil war veteran, I .
ALL se..e tc a.y tt/.tb.he.t remedy torah. Westchester, Ind., writes: ".My .." .""" .""" -xs*
fifteen He tried
_olUleIiI IIuIi..dlddDe a!1'JI. years. many reme- 1
.Tlwrtaer'iLlwud dies with no results until be used wife was sick a long time in spite of
UrerMoUdaitiDtTkar Blood II,..,... md l>r k..TatiUrr1 na Keg DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and good doctor's treatment, but- was ?: J
t j them. 1t..OR..n4..14.bulbs teas that quickly cured him. A R. wholly cured by Dr. King's New Life TO STRETCH ft DOLtflR<<
or M teat f ur I
Jor a pvlutfe.
-Bat Trj !... Drsgtat ,Into Wise. Pills/which worked wanders for her
al do.- Try them. : MAKE IT GO flS FflR flS POSSIBLE. !
wens oar Caualutfam DevatateatI as --- -- ----- health. They ays IS TO ___ .
oandenU plaining *row!mdviiTHACUEB lymptom:e. and IDCUT free The Washington Foot' thinks it Only 23c at Geo. W. Price's Drug
JlDleDE t'O:1lPU'Y.! : Store. We bare a plan of our own for doing tb,... It txto 1 I
in South rw
... .. might complicate matters
o' -- .lTu. the Laree&l fosMble Value for It Oar old eastward
{ lit
Carolina if the Democrats should de- I we do that and stir: with us. W e Invite you to try u U4 -R'
The South Carolina senatorial cam prove it to your satisfaction.
cide to run a candidate for the, United .
will least an impetusto fr
paign at give

People who are very ordinary. indeed Stated senate. : the dispensary business in thatstate. The Largest Stock of SPRING GOODS J i

become decidedly interestingwhen Mr. F. D. Arnold Arnold Ia. --
In every Department hare ever bad are DOW oa tjfc. P
mixed up ia a scandal, if it is writes: He was troubled with kidney Ureu hoods. fa Staple and Novelty F.brlaitIa Trlason ,
eAOl1ih.-'Wuhng'tOlI. (Ia.) Demo without a to Matcb Belts. Parasols. Neckwear. mbrodien U4
big New York has man
a Ladies and Gents Furnishings toe and
disease about three .years. Had to I spring Summer
crat.A. get up several times duringthe night tongue: who can talk. Now, if itrbad I I Imean f
Sole eDt
poor idiot out in BlinoU must haw' but three bottles of Foley's Kidney ; been a woman, the novelty wouldn't ', Douglas Shoes
laid awake nights, says the Lyre to Cure effected a complete cure, he '
; be so great. That means :a whole lot buyers of Shoe Itneuttiat
compete this: ."I knew a young ladj feels better than he ever did and j we can supply t'ooll'ltA shoes of a kind and qsalitT tiit j 1
from Michigan, to meet her I never recommends it to hU friends. G. W I represent nine of the best Fire I, cannot surpassed in war. DOCI.LA,en a.It"
ii corabiuatlonof jH
that U the Lest
Price.It j malertallll41alior -
should wlchigan; she'd eat ot ice cream Insurance Companies doing business that can be j-'U Into it To be ejclu ive agent (or fit
till of pain she would scream, andhe'd In the United States and will take I these shoes means a leader in trade of all kinds-Taartsi J'
known bow much
tray never just
order another big dichigao. pleasure in Insuring: ;your property.
looting those diplomats at Pedin I also write accident insurance for I K & J- E. Inman & CoJ
CHINA_ AND JAPAN. winked at.until their wives. began to The Fidelity and Casualty. T. R, I I>< :.

fall out about it. Hodges, otBce opposite Baptist I."' "" ......'" %'''-%,'' ''-%.-% ''''''''''-% ''-%"%" %..%>",* u:
Two of the greatest literary production church. 'Phone 34. I ."...."' '''...... ...... ''' ..'''.. ,'''..,,,..

!, of the Chinese are a dictionary Children who are weak fretful or
of 5,020 Glumes and an encyclopedia troublesome should be given a few It is to be hoped Jhe weather bureau -
officials will together and i
in 22,937 volumes. i doses of WHITE'S CREAM VERMI get i

Consul General Williams states that I FUGE. They will then become i decide on a definite article of weather : .1-\.. IL IIAWKES: :

Hong-Kong is no place for motor car strong, healthy and active, have. for June. j. ,
riages. There are only three carriages rosy cheels, bright eyes, will be happy I --___._ __ i,I The Famous Atlanta Optician. -I

;' of any kind in the entire city. and laughing all the day long. 'Oar.,little girl was unconscious i
Price, 25 cents, G. W. Price.It j .
Robbing graves is the only crime from strangulation during a sudden I i

law for which and terrible attack of I I a
under Chinese the thief is not to be wondered at that croup.

may be justly killed on the spot by the Arapahoes threaten to go on the quickly* secured a bottle of One'Minute I
finding him out. her three I
anyone warpath: because they can't have Cough Cure, giving ,
The Chinese never wear wool-not doses. The croup was mastered and I I ,,-sl
their annual dance-if have
sun they
even in the depth of winter and. gen our little darlings|> rec rcrt'd"I I
erally speaking, the entire population b.-en having weather like ours out to writes A. L. Spaffard, : I s

clothe themselves in cotton all the there. Mich. A. RVise.When -
-'- -- II
year round.In l
Don't because have unravel those
Japan the stranger wonders at despair you a one tries to 't :'
the crowded appearance of the tombstones weak constitution. The vitalizing decisions he no longer thinks it'ti i

in cemeteries. It is the custom principle of HERBINE will assuredly strange that the supreme court

I to bury the dead in a sittyig-pos-- strengthen it. In every drop of HER- took such a time about it. j

ture. The coffins are nearly square : nINE there is life. Thtre.i" a stim-

c'' and it is possible to bury more of ulating, regenerating power, unequaled WHOOPING COI GB. :<

them in a given space than of the oblong in the whole range of medi- A woman who has had experiencewith
cal preparations.. Price, 50 cents.
ca.s -etL how COLD MEDAL- if
1 Geo. W. Price. this disease, tells to pre-

_____ n_ vent any dangerous consequencesfrom Highest Award Diploma of Honor.
If sick all and don'tknow
you are over,
There was at least considerable it. She bays: Our three chil- ESTABLISHED 1870. :
what ails it's ten to
just you, originality about the work of a band dren took whooping cough last, sum- Famous Glasses for Sale by
one kidneys are out of order.
I Fuley's your Kidney Cure will bring you of robbers in, Cayuse, S. D., who mer, our baby boy being only three I Watts & Son: % Eyesight Tested Free.C 4

health and energy. C. W. Price. opened a safe in a real estate office, months old, and owing to our giving 1. .

carefully placed its contents, 129, on them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ut m-Hawkes' are never peddled. Be sure that-Ha'\'kes" is stamped tjnajtcui
they lost none of their plumpnessand
a desk, and then stole the safe. out in much better health
James R. Keene says there is a came .
wide difference between speculationand Thomas Maple, Birkbeck, 111., than other'children whose parentsdid -
not use this remedy. Our
gambling. 'Speculation," he writes: "I had a very bad case of little girl would call lustily for cough 'jTQm I

avers, "is based on knowledge, or it kidney trouble and my back pained :syrup between whoo ps.-J ESSiE

-i ought to be." According to this me so I could not straighten up. The PINKEY HALL, Springille: Ala.

i theory, then, a man is only a gam- doctor's treatment did me no good. This Price Remedy, for sale by G. W. stones'Monumenb.s ; '

bler when he loses.. Saw Foley'o Kidney Cure advertised -- --- -- .

and took; one bottle which cured me It is believed that Gen. Fred.

You are much more. liable to dis- and I have not been affected since.I Grant had; been more richly rewarded Vermont
Georgia Marble.
gladly recommend this remedy." and Italian 'f
ease when four liver and bowels do G. W..Price for looking like his, father than r

not act properly. DeWitt's Little any man in America. Granite Monnments.Headstones.Tablets. Statuary: ALso Steel and
Wrought Iron Fences. Parties needing Marble work will find tt to J.
In St. Louis call the order to
Early Riser remove the cause of they -- their interest to write ns fur designs and prices. Ail Work GuuuitttVadosta
disease. A. R. Wise. close the saloons at 1 o'clock the ear LOOK! ATfffcrTlNTIME t

ly closing order." And when you Saves nine. Hughes' Tonic (taste Marble 1

The way his countrymen are disposed come to think about it, it is very pleasant), taken in early Spring and Company M

to treat his gift of noooooooto early. Fall prevents chills, dengue and ma- VALDOSTA, GEORGIA. lymar'IIi : '
larial fevers. Acts on the liver, tones 1
Scotch universities is enough to up the system. Better than calamel .1
make Uncle Andy a hot Scotchman.The Cyclists should always carry a bottle and quinine. Contains no arsenic. '

of BALLARD'S SNOW LINI- Guaranteed, try it. At druggists.: ";&1h.

'r least in quantity and most in went, in case of accident, if applied 50c, and 41 bottles. apr13'Ol ,. : "_I_ ----",-,- ".-_. _. -! = 1

quality The Chicago police are busy
Early Risers, the famous pills for prevent swelling and discoloration, suppressing
a new religion, but the
I constipation, and liver complaints.A. and quickly heal the wounds. Price,
gambling houses are still doing business Slpe
R. W .se. :25! and 50 cents, G. W. Price. ioritY11I
at the old stand. Ijl
-- -- -
? The servant girls' union at Wilkes- At any rate, it is clear that the Biliousness is a condition characterized -

barre, Pa., requires that "suitable congress follows the flag. by a disturbance of the digestive I t
amusement furnished for the Is the distinctive
must organs. The stomach is debili- characteristic of our t

girls: in order that they will not be A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. tated, the liver torpid, the bowels : Men's, Women's Boys' and Children's I
sit in the kitchen all the ,
required to constipated. There is a loathing of : I 1

I time.." This will be hard on the "Something jS'ew Under food, pains in the bowels, dizziness, II I SPRING and SUMMERGLQTH1NG
families whose out of
pianos are the Sun." coated tongue and vomiting, first, of I

tuneor whose cribbage board! is out All doclers nave tried to cord CVTARBH by the undigested or partly digested I
of place. the use ur yowilers.acid gases,inhalers and food and then of bile. Chamberlain's
drugs ia vasle turn Their powders dry up] Stomach and Liver Tablets allay tbe i / :
toe mucmms memhramlt causing them to
crack op-n and bleed. The powerful acid disturbances of the stomach and cre- I f'
When the liver fails to secrete
used in the inhalers nave
entirely eatenaw ate a healthy appetite. They also
bile the blood becomes loaded with 'avidsame membranes. tbat their mat tone up the liver to a healthy action -
ers nave aimed to cure. .bile pastes and :
I- bilious properties, the digestion becomes ointments cannot reach the diea.- An old and regulate:the bowels. Try them i NO STOCK in the SOUTH iJ
and- experienced practitioner h.s for and you are certain to be much
and the bowels
impaired con ; many years made a close study and specialty pleased with the result. For saleby J i I I ) equals ours In QUANTITY QUALITY VARIETY '
> ot the uf :
IATAKHII. has at last
stipated. HEIUUXE has a direct j liertecied a treatment which when taithtul- G. \\ Price.Christian I I or general excellence of STYLE and FINISH, iM .f
action on the.liver and excretory organs lr uses not only relieves at once.but permanently Ii i ell EQUAL QUALITY
I cares CATAKBH. by removing thecause
and a few duses will cure any ) .stopping the discharges,and curing Science claims to be ableto -

t W.of Price.biliouaueas. Price, 50 cents. I know all iDlamwttwllIt to science that actually is the only reaches remedy the extract teeth without pain. It I' "t-i Our' Prices Always Lead. i, }

afflicted parts. This ndertul remedy is must be confessed there is something /qj -4ei -
-- ---- | known as 'L'FFLKS the.FAitAVTEED CA-
I iTtUKH LTKK."and is sold at the extremely practical about a religion that! can- i 'L Ladies luHur-ilade Suits,

When you court's come decision to analyze: it the f low taming price internal ot One alltl..xt..rnal Dollar each medicine package con-suf- that. I i I t 'I Waists, Skirts, Underskirts
supreme seems to
i ncient tor a full month treatment and ev- I : Corsets, Neckwear Under.
imply that when the Paris treaty ]I erythmg necessary to its perfect use. <
'' wear,
tfNL is the only pertect CATARUH i especially exclusive
was: signed Porto Rico forthwith became -I(TIt&ever male and is now recognized: "My father and sister both died of selections .. I. :
< the only safe and imsitive cure for that an-
part of the United States :
a no\mt; and disgusting disease. It cures all Consumption" writes J.T. Weatherwax t l::::' ,

: and remained so until congress began ! I inflammation quickly quick and permanently to relieve BAY and of Wyandotte, Michl,. '*and I'' I MAIL ORDERS
interfere with the and :
Y to matter re\kit and cuu> in tbe UIAU. was saved from the same frightful ,
alienated it by legislation.Piles I CATARRH when'neclected often leads to I solicited. Careful[ attention and ( "
COHSUMPT10MSNUtFUA' ,,'iIloave you fate only by Dr. King's New Discov- i with shipments COD. /
privilege of
s -- ---- ---- if you woe it at once. It is noordinary remedy examining before payiaz ,ta !
'! but a complete treatment which Is positively ery. An attack of Pneumonia left !! I Correspondence invited.- --*s-11 .. r
are not only most painful, .
guaranteed curl CATARRH In any an obstinate cough and very severe I "------
1 --- -
form ur stage if Used according to directions i '
but also rery dangerous, as the inflamed t which accompany aach package. Don lung trouble, which an excellent doc-,
nodules are very apt to tale delay but send for it at once, and write full tor could not help, but a few months'u I

ou malignant action and cancer uf will particulars r..c..i\"pecl:1l as to your advice condition from the and discoverer -ou of this wonderful medicine made B. H.
the rectum Is pmduced. They shouldbe ot this wonderful remedy regarding me as well as ever and I gained muchin Levy & Bro.8J
cured. TABLER'S: BUCKEYE your case,without cost to you beyond the weight." Infallible for Coughs, ,
z' IMLB. OIN'TMENT will cure the most regular Catarrh price of Care.Sent -SOV1-." 'Lu>"* the -Guaranteed Colds and all Throat and Lung trou

olwlliute cases. Price, 50 cents in prepaid to any address in the railed ble. Trial bottles free. Guaranteed L \ GEORGIA.
l"'lttl,'*. Tubes, 7i; cents. G. W. Stales or Canada oa receipt ot One Dollar.Address bottles 50 cents and $}.00 sold by Geo. t '
I'rice I -
Price _
PAii,SB)and ta: Markets.Philadelphia. -

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1,1ished 1874 THE" CITIZENREPORTER.fae ... ._ _. __' -3,___. ', '{;
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: : Racket. Store is making Specif "' 'BIG-RIYE.IN- CLOTIXG FOR '::

:., l Bargains Summer Goods. Are. .. 4.
';.it:. ;" One Lot Checked and Stripped WorstedOsiiits.for$7
d' fcyou, interested securing: bargains r ..
J special $ :
,,. .
: ? If:so call at the Racket Store. .
} ,!- :- One Lot of Brown Checked Cashmere .

..,f;_ We- -are selling, + 'x> Y .' .. 4 .$11- suits for" $8. 1
p ; .

per ,Suits t tom $21,25 to 0$5.J ,,, One Lot$12 of suits Steel Gray for $9 Worsted .j,s'"-.

s: <=a r One Lot of Black and Blue Serge and Worsted ,.

4- Ladies, Press Goods. such as Organdies, from ,.$6.50 .to $12 per SUit. 4", 1.I

-r-"y rtLaWns, Percales, Etc., 4 l-2c up; Sumner A large-assortment of Summer Coats anti Vest! in Serge, 0. i
Sicillian, Alpacas, Brilliantine and Florentine.( 1
} Hats going far below yahidon't ....... -.... .- I
:, 'fail .to see them. Shoes!, Shoes! Shoes! .100 Suits Boys Clothing iP

:! ht 'prices that.defy competition. Sum- IClS REDUCED AS FOLLOWS: '
f $5.00 Suits For $3.75 I ,$2.50 Suits For $1.90 ::

;'t I':(;iner shoes,* dress I shoes, work shoes. $3.oo Suits. For' $2.25 # 75c Suits For 50C '".J

t. j, 'shoed that will suit you. Call at :'theST 500 pair Ladies, Misses and Childrens Oxford Ties

.o I Will Leclofial out at the, Tow figure of 25.,.nO and 7 J' ct'ntt'l1it'l] pair. i
*Racket Store and get prices before -
I ;i
g. going, elsewhere. Don't forget the ;old .
f .. : Line Straw I Felt Hats
f 1 reliable price cutter., + + + Biggest .K

p o ,G..Flowers. In Charge. : ''& "

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furniture! Furniture. 0

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_''.''\Porter"t" & Glover i:, : Duncan's7 ,. '

:'. ,., Iiavanow the.Largest and Best. Assortment of4EU1NiTURE', v -'sJ

.: 0 n J i! New Bar. and ;

t: tt EVER ON SALE W THIS PORTION OF THE STATE., i I o '_*\..i. I 0.1'(;1
$g- "THEIR'STOCK INCLUDES. I'', j. Barrel House. .. i
;?::; ',-; -
|,p3 Boom Suits,,.Odd 'Dressers, I "- -- 0 ':, !!;\ .- '-; ',- j'

: Bed Steads. A .. .!..-. -"""':1.. .r" ,i .. -
& Wash Stands ,
hand : t -I
j L;>< .c, o' .. 'i
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C Book, Cases, China Closets, \: '+ ...
}t; Wardrobes and Sideboards, ?
t. :;Co'cnbination Ladies,.Bpok Case and Writing.P

.:;/; Desks,.as. well as Ladies... Writing ..Desks_ '
: -to:
.Oen For Htises. 11 11c
.-L''fThat are Beauties'and will please\ the laaies, w r

.'4 great; variety of ,K'OOKERS of Vf icker. Rattan, 0ak and ....
.f Jlahogany. including, Dim.ngJind Reception Room phahs; -*.. 'ye i
...-" \. -- ::
,:.;ptnter'Tables for the parlor,Sales and Tablesfor the kitchen., }
Bed Spring\ Mattresses, Folding Cots, S*
-t.. ,\ Iron and Brass Bedsteads.
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Pool Room

\: :G-i o.C RI Si, o.

I*,lead the procession in our !Grocery line,and 'our.enstouters a nd '. Lunch
best inthtf.maVH ., .
: are assured'that they will get the ,Counter. :_
that'mankind (eats: ".
keto"r have everything .
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Phone North Street. -
.'" .J; All the staples and delicacies.fir. -. 65. Marion .

: .. .and Grain 'by the Car- Loads, -: t", \ -.. .''Ya

V Send us Your Orders for all Feed Stuffs: -
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_ 'NOTICE. I ....OF OWYER-... DESCRIPTION- >:- SO"T Po A AmtTaxesNAME and Costswiti -

: Notice i; hereby given that the following'delc ib c lands will De sold at --t 1011.
.; publ action' on the first Monday, the 1st day of July, A. ., 1at the ie John.son.m 10 acres off south side of .
Courthouse, in the town of Lake City, In the County of Columbia, State of ..., ne14 of sei4 and 10 acre l i
. Florida,pr 80 much thereof u will be necessary: to pay the amount due for off north side of seJ4 of !
.' taxes herein set opposite the same, together with the cost of such sale Ee4 .__ ______ ._____>-__ :8,5s: 16e 21 1 j. +!
- V and. advertising. 3frsT W Watson__. n't and ns of n}; of dWJ ; : -'t-"
-.r and nw!, of se4 .
.i and nIof seL.---__. 32, .5. s We 46C 1-1 00;i -. ",

1 ; 'AmtTaies Samuel Tolen:....._u_. ,.t_ of ;w4 .of-swJ-i and 10 ; ,
( NAME OF OWNER DESCRIPTION and acres olf south side of Were the
":. D S T R A' Costs se'4 of sw4! and its Figure

f. :. li'raiK'I"Hicks: _______ SW ofie},_, : -15e 1 :'9 acres off .soutbslde of <_) 4l'i
--- -------- swL' of set4'__ __ __ __ 3'2 oJS 16e 3Gz That
< Uuknown---- t. of se'4......_-__ _____ 2ti 21 le; 1 86 Mrs. T W Watson_ all <" _. -.' J3 xs 16t'Hf 14 00 Did the-l
'J W Taylor--__K--- n.l,, of swiw 4 and nw4 of se4 Samuai Tolen_________ 0L.---:_--_ --..--.-------..------- -'"-- 36. fJ!! 16 3'2(; 71U l laS ..:1-
and -I acres in nw cor of lira TV Watson___ fnl..of ne4 and n! of .- Work :
ne5'' of set'.__ ______ 11 -III Ilk 124 l ;
r. / -I ;2 : f .... '4.6s 16e SC -13
-' K-* Arch'Green__________ w1; of nw14._..__,.._____.__n- 1'Is 15e 3 22 U\\.1:( ; ----- n' ,.
William Brice------__ ne34 ._u__________ ____. ZJ1:1 l5e 160 390i Samuel Tblen..LSamuai .....--. 3ldf,- n Yof neL4 and sin-1 1 :'' -':-
; of of ; and s S j :
n.l_ nw j
Unknown--------_,_.... ne'4 of ne; and w b of nea; ) -e 12 295 sL. ___.._,f 4's' 1 -- ',
\ of ntand i
3 C EP rnellu__.____._ eJ; of DW; and sw4 of DIV4 }.. -Is 15e I20 3 H V se' nei and .
Tolen _._._____ of a of se'-4 i
,. __ ..
Drew Lumber CO .._._ nwLj of nw4---__ .---- 2jlit 1ie 1 03 t'
! .Un known.--...__. s'4!;. ____ .. _________ 'ti 4s: 1.ic 80 2 IS of ney and wa, leo!, I I' ;:, I
___ _______ and nw4 and sM ; t Killed in
Drew Lumber CO ,- II,1. of nw!:;-_ s 15e 80 1 BieN 20 63 16. U. W 1S'n'ofnel Inlancyl
1 Hildreth_____.__ seQ or ne! and eS'of 15e l:2' 2 -IY acres-----------9 .
Mrs T W Watson_____ ofnet.i. _. ___.. 5 6Jl tie z.(:, 1A'3 !
________ .
CN Bildreth wi: of DW,. and ItW!.-------4 Ide 1 -I 75Uuknown ;
Julia M ...,.___ acre'on south side of I//hF
_____.._____. 20 acres off south side of Weaver. one & W railroad In southwest I ,:. "
of sw3. and Sl, ; of 15e I 4i5CN >,-

HUdreth_._______ wJ; ___________,______ ___h__ 13 5s 15e 5 !4eN corner of set4_ _ofse'4 fl.1 .<.-..
._.__ __ __ __ r 6i lee 1 1 .
Hi.ldreth________ eH and eJ: of DW.Ii and sw4 r 5= iSe 564 10 02CN n
: Heirs of Jesse Coleman ne}.i----- := -.' 1.1 6 ti 16e 1 459
Hrldrethn'l of ne'i; 5s ISe 1 81 : __ lis 16t' :161. ,3 tr0nw34of Was the Dispensary'700ftVhen !
R Snowden Andrews_ If |
) nw-t-------- -- -"'-:
11,1, ; of neJi_ .__,.--..--- --=- 5s iSe 80 2 It '
__ Elvin Madison_._ ____ nw!.___ ____ __ -- UJ.&, ltir. 11..6;
sw3i -u.r-----------_ -i. j -5sl 1 Unknown. _h__ n- 10 acres off east side of el., :1i Brought Bdors 1
of n'ans; }_ v- :.ti 5a ISe 641 11 28 ( 'S7

i ,,; n ne1.i!:.; of of net'nw.4n'---4.------- --:___-_-__-_. "fi 5b 513e 15e 4t 80 2 129 I" Arch Bell_______.____. ei ofswl"----of se.---:- :. --12'>1 611 tjl 16r 16e 84 1 :N2 the Senate! j jr

____ northwest -
MrsAtkaShealey. begin. at cornel
w3_ of e.l and nwJ- and sw1d
1 '. ot swi4 and e}_ of swi336. : 5J 15e 44, ( 1 20 of sw}. and run east 25 ,
nw!& of swL.--- _____-__ 36 5J 15e. f9 chain, south :0 chains. X'lwhile' we are notlai

g',; n33.;.of se------------------1 tis 61115e 15e 320 84 '2 710 18 ofbegininl west 25 chains!_____,_tu___point___ __ 34 6s 161 t(. 1. 2U tel e ted in tli3 above foaif

:Mariah _... '
McLeudon. southeast
10 in
lotsl,2,3&band acres corner
n!, 7.36 tis 15e :1.42 62-) 6.. 16e 1'' 1 ;tl .
of se.iofsw45 :34 inj l'lumgh to
'h --
-; el_ of lot 5.3 on Georgia line 2n 16e 200I 2lI etpreig
N C McMillon______ w]! of ne4 and w4. of &e.l.J
;, sof. ne! and 8l of sw!.
and # H and beta of nwi4 and e!_ sentiment"* Oil the Hlbj -
: se a----------- } _______ __ is 10 .'>.0)_
!Jwt"ofnwt-i_ __ _____n_ )3 nl6e 3tit 1t-l6 of swii 3 ltie htHI; we will endearor--

nwl. of net andne.lofnw.t: ::; 2r.16e 80 ',34233 Malache Davld.h ot-. -' of south seL-i bide tens__20___acres___ _oft. 711 1tie13.lf i4
.. ; lot 1--------n-m-_+ II 2n16e 52-17. 12Y N (! McMillon____ ___ off north side of neL4 of give Jon ansul jght intw
lot 7------------------ 2s 16e i/ lot '
Unknown----------------lot 6 or e', of IW 4------ 17 2s 16t' 84 ( 2 27 nw}. --- _----- --- -- 11 7s HieeSof 131: 1 44 ject of far more vital i
: _.. 7s 12swSdof
Dawkins The 8 3
Augustus swJ.
s'.of and of 2s 16e --- .-u----- t4
seJ".19 1'
;?- i.-of 8wi nel' of se w},. .: ,, 2i 16e 2t -I 129 73 LA Colson .______ ____ sw!';-_-:.--- -- 1S 78 l6t" 1 13stw 1'0 rt<111((>. OM- that not ont-
---- -
R F ___ of 7t LX3 74e
of 2s hit' Sheppard : of nw34 and nwtw 4 bwL4 21 16eJ
-.5 5 ne3i" and nel.i.-l sb of nwL.andne!:a : 44 129. LA Colaon___._._____. of nei4 and ne34 of interests )'on alone, bat

: _
of SW4 of se34-------- -- 21
and wS se14 public at large and
and nel-i of beL" less 3b tA Colson_-_____ 'h' Wl; of nw,1i and se&" of I oct
nwi4------------------- )0. is I6e .244 7 32swt i is connected
acredolf of 2. 16t' 36' clos-ely .Jiti
8W 4-- !
lob and ne4 1-1 in block t\ 1290 'Sam Broxy .'_.. ._ __ 4.-:.----- .-.-- -_ :? 7s tie 1 5 HIie )
inw.11,12! of = 2s Uk J S Beaty____ __ _u.__. 44 of se4------ _____ Y 75 16e 44' 181 : your-future he 1th andbap
I lot. 5 in bile! 2ti !2 2s 16t' > 263 116 F J Sayer.- ___ ___ el. _______-_ _n__ _________ ")' 7S 16e 3: 7 14f,
lot 3 and In JT Steadmanh. nwf 7s 16e9 1Ii) pll1l'&8. A!though our tiM

:!of SWt--- :!2 2.. i6e 159 GeoW IcKinny__- __ s!_of 24 ;s 16e St 3 J2IV.l I is
\ lot linblk 14 in 22 2, Hk Florida Finance Co._ : of upotrMingtopIr

13 and 13 J and nw-----------------: and snpply the wants oioarcustome's
Wl_ of bwty = 2:1 16eit sWt4
g lot 1 in block :: :t: 2s Uk 136 se 4' :!!" -7S 16e .933,. and our space is j
it ____. 10 in blk 13 2s ltie Ii Nat'i $'k, Jack.'iOnfilleJSBeaty u'!-'of -_ .1\e 81uI
--- I / ._ !: of net" and neL.; limited, still we will de foa
s JTBaird----- ._. __ ._. nwMof ne!. __ 2s 16e 129 '
.JTBaird_ ___ H __ .set' :>.>& 2s Hie 129 nwii--------__ __ ____. r 7s-16e-I 1: 410IIWJ few eudeavD.into
S C Steadman _._ .._ of and Of a moments
W W..Whitnelle.L of se4 __ ::; 2d 16e 233 ne4 se4 Ofl
J T of 2s 16e 4o DW1' and Wl of nwSu } r
t Baird---------------e'4 swi4 t97'Lewill __.__ idf16e give you an insight Rita''
; Spalding____ ue'4 of se4 32 2s 16e 1.97 Steadman. n ne.L-to1ot.L----- .Y__ uJn4 83.1 -
Julian Brown__ _-__-_. nl': of neJ" of- 1 3d 16e 1 0 Charles E Smith.-._ ___. .. __.__-"__ ____ ____-- : the 'business meth/xli) adOrt
'1 diary Bottles_ l'acre insw Charles E Smith_______ 101'1. ____-__ _- _-no. j !_ 7st16e! 69 243n
.---- -V J H Rut! __ ___ ... _, ___ __ _. ed la.s
of net" __ 2 311 16e 1 1 40 !; of lot 2 35 7s lIie 113sIIof by a m>t groeeri-
Unknown._____ _ lot one and n-,_ of lot '
Caroline Barrott_ .__- >!w ,i of ne'4.- 2 31J lIie 196 ,
', L'nknown----------- se4 of ___ 4 3s Ilk 186 tbree-_____. s116e fit 2 79 store, Ol e'of lvhick we clam
H P lumer of -. 1 as 1 F W Monrbe--/-____ lot 5iO on Georgia line.. -.1 Helot 3& 727
: J. -- ----- -- n}. se4 :; 24i to -esent. We J1
i Wm Hainu.____."..:-.. s' ohw!. or H 31116e 2l 126 J DLangsdale__ 5il on Georgia line'n lie 27-31 7 72 repl carry

Sprig Wllson, ___-.... 4 acres in sw Saunders Lewis u.. lots No 59.: 591.1, 597, 598,: I ,. stock; every article_: ofra
of }". 21 3s 16e 4 109 5.99 and 600, on' Georgia.
Thomas 311 16e 1 5 27 line------------------__ 2n'17e 4,16 82-1 1nw able nat:re that h in demand
i- 'rD Se swi4---------- 3a 16e 111 D N COne. .---- _____.; i ohwI,. ------u -- _--1 ln'17e. .r4G ; 1Hne.L4 .
; Heirs of Thomas Furgerson___. and eie of nwi4 and 13 'f' aha that we can pos5

'> 3s 16e 17 2 O j;iR acres off north side of I handle with }
L n vl4 of R bll1E.2'J3' 9 0Rej satisfactory
.' 38 16e 53 -I 89 Heirs of W R Keene.. of sw} suits to our customers ,a di

e = A Lelfter 3s 16e 1 78 "'- seta less seii-------------- .f... :%
John : 3d 16e 40 1 78 off ourselves. "tVe'buy our
Rachael seI4 ;_ R blie Hinel 620
3816e 16 156 Heirs of W R Keene of ne34 7 Is 17e 1 25 ccries in such a manner tisiy_
Thomas 3s 16e i8 Unknown _.h.'___._u_, s., of lot 8-------------------i -U lie 35 125
Enoch 3d lie 80 340w 1 Unknown i_____,n______ neL"ofnw!. __. --_- __ .V21 Is 17eIe 1 20n we receive shipments evefew
Unknown 3s 16e CF McKhaun--.__. :? ---------.n-h kl17e 3': -5 70sw3of often'
3 10 c
Heirs of 3s 16e 42 BJ Bryan_ __ _,_ _. bel4--------------_.l } ; days; as as tWO )!
S Heirs of -Is 16e 129 BJ Bryan.__- .._-. .. nw4 of ne.t.i---- ----._ _. r 31 IS I 17e 'R( 4 '10 I three times a week-.>wli
', VV G A 4s 16e 40 1 i8 Unknown __ _u _,-he.. e}; of neJ- and sw} of neh "
S : 4t 16e 208G and n'! of se. and ewJ4 gives! our customers the bf1
} A Bailey---------net.-------------------------3- 4s 16e 41 120r ohe.L"(and se3.j ofswJ_ _. 31 Is 17e 3 71nw34
; W G .-Id 16e "40 113 Unknown ,...... ._h.__. of nw .(u...___ _____.__ I IS He 4C 1 :0 efit, not only of the IqTest
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John 4s 16e 3 15 ? ? ne 3 of sw4--_ 1 Is lie 41 1 20swi4 I
f: W G CF [cKhaun___.:.._ of neLe ( and nWY4 01swt. prices possible but of Pn-

.\ 4s 16e 2 38 .i m___-___-_._____-- 33 Is He 300nei chasing fresh groceries $
Henry Unknown-------:.. ____ { of sw .(-----_-----__.--33 Is Hese3.o 1 RI
-8 16e 61 253D WT Green: .____...--. { sei4---------------- V the time, which is an item4
J W T Green____......h. nw""iofswl-iofswJ-4h.3-l 19 lie 211be'
.. : Unknown ,... ___ __ __. itself.
-14 16e 1 2 i3 of se.t; : 13 lie 1.34 At your request f|
______ .
Unknown : 48 16e 209 j ?"- swiof Is 17e 2 13neL
Heirs, &II 16e 1' 58J CF McKhaun.___',---- ; and ne!------------------j- 25 17e 2/t, 4 102s take your orderevery momsing
___ __ .
V Mn 4s 16e 1' 400 Ben F Smith ,, h. ne.14 and Df 17e 24C 390
Sandy -III 16e SO 3 12 Unknown: ._____..__._. n} ofse .: 2817e. 1 81 and your groceries ai
Harrison -18 16e 160 -I 93 n\V74n------___ 11 2s lie' 1 3 12 delivered at your door i_
: Unknown -III lie 41 290 CF McKhaun.:___. n}; of ne4 and sw!, of ne}; .
;' lartha 4s 16e 1 81 and w!; of 8e};------- 17 2s 17e 1 4 37ae14 time to' put ou.your c dhffier|
Thomas JeffersonUnknown .. ..._
of sei'5"
Mrs J Il : 28 17 2 '
: ---- 1 _______..____ of se,a------..__._-_. _.- 2. lie iC 125ne4 13sWLW rou get what you order, it .;
; sws of en-! --nw} of ;4 ) 419 16e 133 4 35 CF McKhaun.---- and ne3-.i- of SW} and is to be had in the city aa&
J hi Marrow, trUitee. wi_ of sei and 20 acre off w- nw33- of swi4 and nJ: of !

side of eJ; of .-----..- 23 4s 16e 1 2 98 sel 4 2s17e1I2 3: 4 73 it is not only put upnea
William Jackson_____, !i': of se 4- -- - --T-' 21Ii 16e 71-I 2 -14 Callie North______ of DW 2s lie '1_ 4 73
Sam Tolen.u-_.", e1; of e .-__'hH ____-_u-_ 29Is lie 169 3 85 Callie'F Norrh. -.-__- sw4-of fresh and clean, but yon get;
MrsT W Fie1Jiog-. -_- block No. 33 Columbia City se34 2s He 3 1jnei4
: ne-----------, _, ___--.. 1( 5i 16e 1 ,2 43 CF McKhaun_..,,--_- of : 23 17e 1 20 16 ounces for every pouna.i
Unknown______-.____ block No. n Columbia city Julia Evans__ __.- u. _. neiof 2s 17e w 1 81
.. ,. ne4 ,.__...___--n-. --_. 1 58 16e '1 2 43 CF McKhaun__ =-_____ allall------ you order. Did jou ever j
11 L WilkerlOnunn..10t ti in bile i3 Columbia City CF McKhaun__._.,.... : J 28 lie L 15 98 think ? W-
to of that
I nel" _.___ --__.i.u_. 5s 16e 121: 97 CF McKhaun__.;. 11--<__ -------------------.j- 28 17e S 25 top
Jonas Wilkins.______. nw'.of sei4:.________._____. L 5s 16eI 2 37 CF McKhaun. _..., -.'._ all 35 17e 7 49 it i is not a bad idea to bed
Rein of J M Masonnwi4 of se4 and nS of ney4 CF McKhaun._ ..__:. all 3s lif 85 plOW
____. _____ .. ;
Unknown .
f be \
-. of ie ,._u.----.u-.uu. 13 5s 16e 2611Vm se,40 3s l7en" 4 1 25 [: ; and you will 51l"1lJrsfd
H Lyons---------- ;.1; of ie "._----------.n-h 13 5816e 2 43 Unknown _______ .: .. !4 of ------ 35 l7eseJ 1 2'avings
Jack PinkneY"m_ ",__ ne4of neJ-..-__ ___ .u______. 15 5d 16e 1 02 Unknown.. .___ .:u of : at the amount of yOIir.

eN Hildreth______l_;__ net,4 __ __ ..._ _____.------- ----- 19 58 16e 16( 3 l: of se! 3s lie 85. tm 1'e
(, N Hildreth._-__ _____ W}: -_.____ __________.______- 58 16eIueaDIcDuttie 3'' 5 94 J T Baird.*.h__.,_____. nw ..",__ 3s 11enlof 1 2 49 in a month's :
:_______ ng of ne!:i and nt, of IIW}* of Unknown _.._. __.__.___. / ne Se lie 1 \ invite to weigh e t
ne!4-_-__" _-... _"'--..:-z 21 5t 16e 100 2 73 James Backer._,j?___.'sW!4 of ,. ,,IS 3d 17e 1 4 50 you >
May .Pf nIV,1"8' -__ 16e 3 12 S B Tbom psonassgnee} ne4-of. nw4 less 10 acres e ery article purchased Y0u
Sam !" of / off: west bide and sf of rone
: east side----.,, 21 59 i6e 1 75 nw------------- ___ :. 3s 1e ; is the proposition a f;
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acres of! e tide of: see}.( of IB Varn-____ _____ __ of '1 3s lye "
nw--------------V---- =-- _I 58 6e 1 9; Wille Wade. ___ _,.:. _. j acres o ? It is now uptoyo|

Wm }: of neL4----- .--r-- .)4 58 6e 243 of 3s lye 1 ?5 \\Ve and vil|
C J of nw4-:- '" _-_._ ___u_ 2-1 58 16e 3Wort Rena' Grant._________. eie : of Zi 3s 17e 9; are ever ready
f- .:. ___ _-_ ___ ._______-_____ )-1 5. 16e 1 $ f30 ngeline Patterson ._ 1; acre : I > ng: to serve you ta the be*
;4 of less 6 acres oft of sw-------------------. -
; nef+ '. *
,, south .____-__ ______. 5s 6e 34 2 43 Jf. our ability. Give os .
Sumpter----------W- .i __,__-_________ ____,_. 5s 16e 1 3 L3 feet '
acres off west side of w}; : }

... of Rw -i-------------.n '7 ; ?8 3s lie 1'3 23 4 -
acres off east side of e'3 Heirs of Thomas Stead I'4 acre 3s lie 3i '2'6') :Yours for future ordef 3W.

of ne34. ",'______-_--- 58 16e 2 36 Unknown ______-.-?_. begin at a point ',-.. ; >
} of ne.less 10 acres off e of southeast P. SHEPP.ARJt -

side-----------------m. 28 58 16e 7 3 -l2 'lot 18 Baya. swu----------
: 9 Sam acres off east side of SWJ4 east along

}' of of ne3 nW.r41es.\----, --- acre.u-.-_- __- 28 5s 5it 16e 16e39 2.-13 2 06 e .north of
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a long application to books,either school'i'!. U UUtU U u u *: WOOD LOOKS LIKE METAL. I

or.story books., Three hours of lookIng ]

at print by daylight and one hour 'I i I After He Comes 5 A Haw Process by Which Strength DOCTORS :
in the evening should r
Wealth not be exceeded j : ud HaidaM Are Civcm ta
r cured'
1 "Consumption can be
by any child under 14. for that is I the riber. say
of hair is i I much as his at tIll' :has: a bard enough time. Everyj:j Nature alone won't do tt. needs
if vision
eyes even their
t; thing that the expectant mother tfcan I help. Doctors say
wealth is perfectly normal, will stand without b do to help her child she should ;ifdl A European scientist discovered, a

indeed injury I 'E ): One of the greatest blessings jjIt method by which wood way be gi en '! "Scott's Emulsion t

i she can give him is health, but to t* the appearance of metal. Outside o.t j

L i: especially Hat a Wife Beater .I Jt do this, shw- taut have health herf f. the added value for decorative purposes i is the best help. But you must

to a "ihere," said Mr. .Meelton's |k j self. She should use every means jjb which this may give, the advantage to continue its use even. In hot
t "I have, wife, I I to improve her physical condition. .. be derived is not dearly! apparent The weather. -

93 woman. and three won of four games" of cribbage i i = She should by all means, supply ibM wood is said to be render exceeding If you have not tried it,lend for free sample

Y Every' I bezique '.' herself: with = hard and strong, although it is equallyuncertain SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists _
ill i "Well, answered he, "that is as it' -40'r4'5 le.rIStreet, New York. ;
iww other f M should be. ; M Mother's \ what part of the IJrt.CI'SS-WIl) roc and f 1.00;*U druggist. -
be assumed to confer three de&irab'.i:
.physical attraction is i "You haven't, beaten me a single *
I to it. We game" I :;:: Friend. qualities upon wood which was soil
and weak
secondary f "I don't care, Henrietta. You know it* !i before treatment. says an industrial

-i have 'I book we will r'what little things set people i exchange.The Perhaps the extreme domesticity
talking. It will take her
send that I wouldn't for process is described as follows: of the hen caused her to be '
the world have { over-
( gladly you the ,- through the crisis >* The wood is first scaled for three or
: how t reputation of a wife-beater-Phu .. easily and looked for the eagle when the woman
tells just to care '' four days in a solution of caustic alkaliat
j eilhi& Star. quickly It is a :J '1
[ for the hair. i iJFyour liniment which i'JI a temperature of from 71 to 90 de- emblem.suffragists went about selecting an '
centigrade and is then transferred
hair is .too gives strength .
s WAS A BORN FIGHTER. andigor to the 2 at once toy bath of h)"drusu- --- -- '-

|UJnrorlos j j muscles. Common -- f' phate of calcium, to which a saturated Sciatic Rheumatism Cured Alter

I Pr/aq CfcrlitUa Vie... DI4 *.t Pr.- 1 sense will I solution of sulphur in caustic :J.a1i is Fourteen Years of Suffering."I ,

IBM. .. in. Belftgof I _\ show ;you J I added after 24 hours. The wood remains have been afflicted with sciatic I ; -
gJts S.ra1 uio... that' the 4 in this Lath which is kept at :. '
for fourteen
.luster( I stronger the temperature of from 35 to S3 'cUgrees years, : .

; rr ..,- ir The grandson of Queen ,Victoria muscles are, : centigrade, and finally it is soaktd for says 'Josh Elgar, of Germantown;' ':
which bear the ;
Prince Christian Victor, who died of ,.' strain the less 1 p about 30 to 50 hours in a tolutiou of Cal. 'J was able to be around but .

>er in South Africa a few weeks ago,.t I. pain there will be. !J J acetate of It ad. The wood u then dried constantly suffered. I tried everything :

2T 190re as a soldier born who owed nothing t A woman living in Fort Wayne, at a moderate temperature and may be I coal hear of and at last was .

I rank, but obtained his, advance incognition = Ind.. says: "Mother's Friend did polished with burnisher of hard uood.In told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm,

ic.iGiowth of his military abilit}.., He wonders for me. .Praise God for & this case it can be uude io acquire a which 1 did and was immediately relieved ;-' :;
becomes 1 1I knew everything about Tommy Atkins your liniment." brilliant metallic luster and if the surface l and in a short time cured, and ::.

j rigorous, and all dan- I from the enlisting fees down to the [ i Read this from Hunel, CaL $ is prey ioiislj'ubbed w it h a piece o f 1 am happy'' to say it has not since re -

canteen extortions, which he labored :! It ,Mothers Friend is a blessing to lead, tin or zinc and a glamor porcelain turned.. Why not use tins liniment -
druff removed. to aboJUh. In his room at Winchet ': = all women who undergo nature's T burnisher is used the effect is increased. and pet well It is for sale by G. \V. rt

|2?lt always restores might be found nearly double the uum- ordeal of childbirth." J The wood treated in this war resembles Price, Druggist. .

} color:to gray or faded II her found_of books in on tactics and drill usually' i! b Get Mother's Friend at the : a metallic mirror. Sa far the only oil discovered in ";

baIr Retain an officer's quarters, and the 1 = drug store. $1 bottle. MARINE INTEpSTS. this -
your majority were well thumbed. Its\ he per & t I section is the fusel! oil ia the

youth ; I don't look oldbefore '! was no prig. lie enjoyed every.hour I, k THE BRADnrro REGULATOR CO., : j i pUling 1609 Spain bought ,67 ships corn juice. ._, ';.
I' of -- --
his life -
your, time. except that he was n.uch = Atlanta, Ga.' lit England.The .
I hampered by iusutlicient private meat, I DeWitt's Little Earls Risers search

-_ %) oo i IcIWe. AU ar.jgits.er7 and his brother officers and his n.en 2 Write furowflIlu.trateJbook wags i,; Born.". '," eforo. :3 .fisheries to 3,723 on Lake persons.In Erie. give employment the remotest parts of the bowels and .

u,. meted jour Hair Vigor t'simply idolized him says a London I I .. 1SSO there were -alI'the world rebiove the impurities speedily witji-'
lot about 25 and I hav.MM .
her pram paper. no discomfort. They are famous tot-
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ttliilBfidkl and satiktactory I less than 50 shipbuilding yards. Today '
.. every way. I believe l hn.w. lie once told Lord Wolseley that the ,j That Maryland man *hi U trying there than their ('l1kacJol-Y to take, never
thia Hair Vigor to only I advantage he ever derived from .' to collect the expenses from the girl I are mote '700 shipbuilding gripe.( A. It Wise
Da.drda vt niy friend, and they I royal jarda, turning out a total of _.
his --
ill tell till same story. If aoyMy -rank was that it alwajs rot j[:who giltehim is in a fair way to divide 1.000 vessels yearly.
.. [ nuts the best kind of a Hair him.accepted when Le volunteered jLr : But, after all, the main question ii :
i f the honors with that. Pennsylvania In 1500 the Indian "
YIp I Shaw certainly recommend canoe was
practically will
the follow
constitution the
active tervice. In the last
to theta Joss as aa I ten j jar* he
widow who asks a pension for the the only floating vehicle '
\. I on the .
i eta tha they jet a bottlu of Iyer'sJtaL served in ticampaigns-a rare record Shamrock, ';
Hale 1' .- and man she murdered. great lakes, which hold one-third of I iSIIUDDEt'S
Le -
constantly obtained r I
R.Z. HAXU.TOS, rev all the fresh water'in the worM. Today
... L*..1M.! ;lutwich,N.Y. served recognition for valor. Somehow.commanding -- .VT HIS PAST. _
FLORENCE, S. C., Nov. 1900 the lake fleet numbers several
3t. oHiiers never fell ''I recall with horror _
I first advised family thousand steel steamers, with 70 shipyards now says :
was by our
f **.IN DMto. when
pered they had him
,, under their .Mail C'arrier Burnett Mann of Le-
.f.K jW taut obuin all tile beneltan physician in Charleston to use Tee- on the shores of the lakes to ,
.... command. as was too often .
*ictOt from the .of. the Vigor the {ce( add constantly to the number. vanna, O "my three years of suffer:
./.aw... 1M y.etor.boat II&J. k dgdra.r when! a roval prince iuii-ted unseeing thina with our baby when she was .
-- from trouble.
I .J
-,*! I49Ti eEll,]fate.i a bit of fijllling.; Prince ('hcai'1n Vie- but a verv young infant,as a proven ing Kidney was .
tor was simply : the fiuarun officer'' in j tive of colic and to warm and sweeten THE HOHE GOLD CURE. hardly ever free from dull aches or .

the fin*'* royal rifles and rattling thetomach. Later it was useful r acute pains in my hack. To stoop of :

.:Lif"- -. ..: staff cf.e'rr. A* sen. as brother as tfiicer ig teething troubles, and its effect tAn I Treatment whichDrunkard.i lift mail sacks made me groan. I i
.. Ingenious by
: -'- has been found ta be so beneficial I
as spcmrtsan, as an Hnsiishman he very felt tired out .. about
.. I worn ready to -
and so free from the dangers are being Cured dAlly .
fZf was honorable; and honored
that are consequent upon the use of in Spite of Themselves. give up, when I began to use Electric

'TD. CHILD'S EYES.fMrl.I -- I I drugs and soothing syrups, that ,we Bitters but six bottles completely .;

Miss Mamie Smith, iddlesboro, I have come to regard it, after use cured me and made me feel like a :
; with three children, as one of the ne NO NOXIOUS DOSES-NO WEAKENING
ACcctUB. Wklek Maybe Man I Kr-, writes: "My little sister bad unrivaled
I I new man. They're to
,,;"i-t-i. i 1 cessities when there is a new baby ini ftF THE NERVES-A PLEASANT AND .
::::.... : ie.t p-t Italalr- I the croup very bad. I _gave her i the house and until the teething trou- ..I POSITIVE CURE FOR THE regulate Stomach, Liver, Kidneysand :
; tk. VI.I_. several does of Foley's Honey and
'> !I I bles are over, and we take pleasurel LIQUOR HABIT. Bowels. Perfect satisfaction n
Tar and she relieved.
was instantly
j'..i"i the comparison between I It saved her life." G. W. Price. l in recommending it to our friends instead I, It Is now generally known and understoodthat guaranteed by Geo. W. Price.. Only
: i of the horrid stuff that so many Drunkenness is a disease! and not w eaki oO cents. _
."u'iwBct of prevention and a POund:' people e to keep their babies quiet. ness A body filled with poison and nerve : .
it cure more applicable than in th ej) The wide'difference of opinion between HARTWELL M. AVER I completely shattered by periodical or con- -
,' i | slant use of intoxicating liquors requires Kansas has come forward again .
I II ;
''fu of the eyes for the neglect of McLauren and Tillman is very (Mgr. Daily Times and Weekly j I an antidote capable ot neutralizing and .
.wmkgly trivial affections, perfectly m:>4-31 TiEes-Messenger. eradicating this poison and destroying tbe this time with a tramp who ,was so
'. clear, when it is remembered thatone I craving intoxicants. Sufferers may now''
evabk in their hungry that he was willing ,to eat .
beginnings may lead cure themselves at home without publicityor
The device filed the Prohibition
Democrat and the
-,-fc an incredibly short time to is a McKinley I I by I loss ot time from business by this woe health food. .
other a Bryan Democrat. i party in Kansas to be printed on its d..rtul-1IOtdEGOLUCL'RE"9rhich ha been _, '
impairment of vision or even to :I perfected after many years of rinse study .'
.tow bhndnesa. -.- official ticket is a sun rising on a vast ,I dud treatment ot Inibriates. The faiths Stops the Cough and '\>'orks off the

.!The tare of the eyes should ,begin Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeplidde j\I expanse of water. They be ur according discovery to positively directions of guaranteed this wonder'ml to Cold. j,

,vidl the moment of birth.' The equally appropriate, for there is I, cure the mwtohtiDalr ca.seno matser bow
new is the new and perfect cure for indigestion .bard a drinker. Our records bhow the mar- Laxative ,Bromo-Quinine Tablets ,
: w.1'! yea should be the first part toWMWeattentionTheyshouldbewiped nether: a vast expanse of water in l' velous tramiiormation ot thousands of
dyspepsia, constipation, Drundards into sober,industrious and up- cure a cold in one day ,A'o' cure,.no
: heartburn, sick-headache, and ,all i Kansas nor prohibition. I
,;,.- ** llywith of j i _._ -- I pay. Price 25 cents.
a piece absorbent co tills from digestion. It makes J WIVa-Scure your HUSBANDS'! CHIL-
::::.fa wet with a warm solution of bor'idd the stomach right. G.V.. Price. Geo. CV Hickock, Curtiss, \ iis.,, :I DHEN cure your FATHEK:! This r..meayII" i
in HO SCUM; a nostrum but is a for I The man who has been engaged to ,
of a strength of about 60 grains - says: "Foley's'KiJnp! Cure has been disease only and Is so specific d .
[htowoance,of distilled water. After j tested and found to be all you claim[ prepared that it is thoroughly soluble manage the prohibition campaign in .

,4. tat.fidi,,have been thus carefully 'c The Paris Congress of Poets, now'in 1 for it., I have given it to my fatheri pleasant in a cup to of the tea taste or coffee so that without it can the be I Iowa at $1,200 per year will certainly :

gibed on the outside, they should be session, will discuss the bc t i and it is the only thing that ever knowledge ot tbe person taking it. Thousands have to practice what he preaches. 1 .
the diffusion i G. \V. Price. ot Drunkards have cured themselves
:featly method for more general helped him. I ; .
? separated and some of the ac- with this priceless remedy. and as oianv
2. atioa'dropped into the : of poetry. One way might be -- -- more bate been cured and made temperate I had a running sore.on my breast

.louti'i Companion eyes savi i to have it printed like prose. j The great trouble the supremeI. Inendt having the and"ITBE"relatives adininl-stered without their by for over a year;" says Henry R. Richards ._i

: WwMhiag the eyes one should be I.court had in upholding the .administration f Turing. 10 coffee or tc!... and believe to of-Willseyville, N. Y.,and tried -i: '
r they discontinued drinkingot their
show what
to a
-, tarafal never to dip again in the solua only goes own tree"iL Do NOT WAIT. Do not be deluded a great many remedies, but gat nom '
-." pee! of cotton which has once stumbling block protection is in the by apparent and misleading i relief until I used Banner Salve._ '

.'. '1Iied..a fresh piece must be taken I I CASTORIAFor I way of expansion. ,,t and provement"for all time.lIri\'e The out HOME the disease GOLD CUKE at once" After using one-half box, I was j>er-

: ... ,time the eyes_are wiped --- is sold at the extremely low price ot One fectly cure>>. I cannot recommend 1
.s I Dollar thus placing within reaibof every it too highly." G. Price.
and Children. "
baby's Infants KNOWING.
eyes must be protect1t.a ell ; SUCCESS-WORTH I. body a treatment more effectual than otn- _.::. _
'.. the light; its crib must be plat'dthe I 40-years success in the South provesHnghes' ors costing tram l'to til Full directions
The Kind You Have Bought t each ad\u.c
I Always package. Special
to eye,are'not exposed to the I I Tonic ajrreat remedy tor, b accompany)' skilled phvMiijus when requested without And another way of loaki.u at itI
<:Wlpt from a window, and the car- chills and all malarial fevers. Better extra charge. Sent.prepaid to any part is that the constitution hate to
t"'it Bears the : calomel and Contains the world on receipt One Dollar. AJ-
should hAve a Ihade raised only 1 I than quinine. lot DepL Eft. EDWIN HGlLES & COM- some pretty lively hustling if it J-
itt i foot above the head. !I Signature of no arsenic. Guaranteed, try it. AKY.3J3Uandai: =f *hlarkrtBthiladel ,a .I
,' Andrea' often suffer baby's from infla m.r I At druggist oOc $I bottles. aprlS'Ol L All correspondence strictly.. [ ti' ''a expects to follow the flag tcry far.

<-Yeatioa of_the edges of the lids" which I ___ ___ u,,_ .. '- -. 'U u ----U'C-.. ).J
'reel sad scaly, and the lashes fall I - break off. This may betoken a I

*r Pia dllmad scrofulous condition or it may I I : .

*pon some defect in the sight "'
iWtk J
'ealileUle-strain, or,.it may be
\ rrtrouble.. If it is only a loari -
Yiaf trouble* few applications of boric

,,.J diet" "*a eure*nt at bedtime will generaliCoBjottetivitlj -j I: TEMEHINAkM 50

or inflammation ol .
covering the globe of
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,. |se-a.r sunlight or reflection
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r Yates or from snow, or to eye-
r. frolR Mme visual imperfection.
the boric acid solution will give ,
;" xMiet here. even when the trouble can- rORWOMENi
'Sot 1Ie
permanently cured until
tlstea are worn. prop'j I

'. -Aratother
painful consequence of eye-i
b.a sueceasion of sties. When

'a _Iufleri frequently from sties I ,

:-'a..!.?.t'*should lido or be from tested.conjunctivitis,!I AN INFALLIBLE I REMEDY j.

-:.:. ..lIarm i. often done to the eft'a.'II. ,
... Solo the 4
general health by too

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1 oramo go every Quiniaek box of the Tablets genuine

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I 6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 12,4Ji.


. CONVICTS LEASED. ful. Perhaps the tide will turn and Communication. I

\: The 'Citizen-Reporter. Congress will discharge its dutyas arepre'entath'e lake City Fla-, May 21, 1001. i IDonl-Mif(

The Board of State Institutions I body of a free coun Captain: Officers and Members of I "

., { B. L. DODD, EDITOR AID PROPRIETOR. has by unanimous vote awarded to I try. I the C. L. I. Company-I t is with regret I

, A. I.DODD,AuiiU&t. Editor. the Florida Naval Stores! and Commission j Let us bear in mind the quotation i i that I write these few line? of Almost everybody remembm lit..

A1 Official Newspaper- =of Columbia County and I Company ef Jacksonville, all :from Froude, aui if we act as true" ]farewell to the company.I brated advice of the London hid n!

., the Town of Lake City Florida. I of the convicts. at 1151.50 per capita ]lovers of liberty all wilt be well: "If have been a member more than ., is those in that about advice to marry.the eipreuaotS Don't nZ

,Published every Friday at Lake City, Fla." ]per annum. There are eight bunt I is one lesson which history I two years it has been a source of ;i i feeling of many a mother who
; Office-South ot Courthouse Square. I'If and ten convicts now. Experts I Istima'te clearly teaches, it is this, that free: j pleasure to me. I have always taken i j i 1111 117fi
_Advertising Rate*ranl.heellpol Application. that one thousand will be nations cannot govern subject pro- a great interest in the company and 1rit1 -

the a-verage of convicts for the contract vinces. If they are unable or unwilling ]have seen it grow from the start and i j jI &lid ... -t
second (
'If Entered In Lake City po-tofflce b I have.
class matter. terms per annum, netting the to admit their dependencies ] think I can vouch for about six or -7 I.

tate tilO6,000for the term of four to share their own constitution, the. eight members in the company! j.I == e&seIla __

, Subscription $1.00 Per Year. years, a clear gain to the state over 'constitution itself will fall to pieces Our beloved captain has: the right I ? 4 .L tired \here. .

the past three contracts of 1512,1)00. from mere incompetence for its )kind of spirit for a captain c mm 1n11'ing treed bUJa ,j
FRIDAY, JUNE 7,1901. members of the ('. L. I. : fenng-
Other bids received were J.J. Baity duties. i the P ertC' F........
f I Waycross( Ga., for UUj W. J. | pany lie hasalways taken the i -

r Despite British reports of the end Hillman, for 300 convicts at 1153 A LESSON TO BE LEARNED. deepest interest ia: the welfare of tie I the y- 1' 6.taia .

,f of the war in South Africa, the Boers Butgenbach,for 150 convicts at 1135. The recent burning- of the Cilia company. I hope it will be the leading !1 wy y-hQ _

i arc still giving them a great deal of 'There were fourteen bids in all. property on the corner of Ma- company of the state and with ldninl

, trouble. The Boer attack of the This contract award practically way the training Capt. (V>x air ea will be. heaia
will bringit I. s
rion and Madison streets: .1 I Ii
intrenchments at Vlakfon- wish kindest regards tendered fLnlm2n.
English I
stops the agitation of the phosphatemen more forcibly to the mind of the my ulceration
tein, fifty miles from Johannesburg, as the convicts will be worked more thoughtful that frame buildingsso to the ofticers and memoirs of the I cats ua fem4'eakaea.

was severe, and though repulsed, resulted in the turpentine camp situated are very insecure and un- C. L. I. Company. gvigoratcs .'

in a British loss of 174. The This gain is equivalent to half of' safer and from the ,circumstance we i With greatest wishes for success, the .

Boerteport that the British were the bonded indebtedness of the state, lesson if willthatwill I remain, watnaalyto .'_
can learn a we ism, :
defeated near Pretoria on May 2, and nearly equal to the amount due be valuable to us. i Yours truly, aero aD-

with heavy loss, has not been deniedby the state in the Indian war claims.It This destructive fire has shown us .I CORP. E SMITH, give theM

the English government. While is equivalent to a two-mill tax on of the ,I I i H**' strength to }1t:.'
the utter impossibility getting
I her
1 Notice. chi1dmL
and skill ,
we must admire the pluck all in Florida tax books. i
property ,
flames under control when they have i: Do not allow an tuscrupoloai dak
of such men as Botha and DeWet, There is much I It was ordered motion that i:
gratification ex- made any headway in a large wooden upon j to sell you something in place of *ivvonte .:
still we can but see the hopelessnessof pressed at the successful manner in work it the board at their regular meeting :!:, Prescription,* claimed 1 lobej t
structure and the requires,
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a continuation of the struggle and which the Governor and Cabinet have most favorable in July 1901, the same being the third as good. There is nothing just:a 2
under the con-
wish for the future good of the Boers, handled this matter for the even day of nil month, the boarJ will ,, fOf'\vomenasllFavorite Pres-tioa.
state's ditions, to save contiguous property. I -I am so pleased with Toot inttratti ,
that the report of Botha'J.request_ benefit. I consider and act the questionof I 1
Now it is a matter of individual in- upon j: hardly know what thanks to me jot fee J'IIii
kind ferora.*
for peace U true. court house building writes Mrs Milo 1rUl.
erecting a new
terest to every property owner in St. Thomas Co, Ga. Yoo can pIibIi ]tot "
THE COU RT'S DECISION.On for Columbia county. I'I tXatenents to the world, hoping ail ,
With the $75,000 appropriated by Columbia County that these dangers women will know and be iealei iRmna
i 'I
I Dine and ordered in session, # much with
open great pain: m my bad uk tit
be eliminated from houe.Our .
the legislature to enlarge and repair our court I lower part of my,ctomack uj ptlptajgg
June A. D. 1901 the board of
the capitol building at Tallahassee, Monday, May 27, decisions were court house is not only a disgrace 1 the heart that at times I could !hardly 8e4n
Ii county commissioners of Columbia !i and could hardly get ap in. the noising iw
a very respectable looking edifice handed down by the Supra ne Courtin to the county-for the county Florida. i, after using three bottles of Fanmu ftoo*
County, I tun'and two vials of Dr.Pierce1
should be made out of it. By the the DeLima and Downes cases; is not poverty stricken-but the pub Attest: M. M. SCiEBDKOUGH, |1 i lets,I feel like a cew woman* >.

way, this appropriation calls to our fixing the relations between the lic records are exposed and in immi- Ex-OflkiaCierkof Hoard of CountyCommissioner j i Dr. Pieree'i Pleasant FelleU cm si.

mind the fact that not so very long United States and Porto Rico. nent danger of being destroyed by i ,. I headache. -,
t In the DeLima case the questionwas tire We have how fire "
ago it was boisterously heralded to seen !subtly I. ------:

the world and a portion of Florida, as to whether Porto Rico wad a can come upon us, spread and get be- I Important. I Russel Sage says he makes mossy -j

*- from a neighboring tripod, by scare part of the United States in the yond control. Any day, any hour, i I I am selling to the people of Lake I because there are so many fouls if, .

heads and scarier articles, that the meaning of .the constitution, after our court house may suffer a similar I City milk equal to any in. the South i I the world. Uncle RJS idea of i

old building at Tallahassee was the the ratification of the Treaty of fate. and I want to furnish )'ua. I give }I fool made is to a who thinks mllltJ.

most commodious, magnificent and Paris. This was decided in the To be on thesafe. side and make assurance -!r my whole attention to my business !i

sublime structure that ever graced affirmative and upon this question it doubly sure, we should not 1 and cattle and I guarantee my. milk 'I I Application for Permit.I .;

God's green foot-stool, and that additions was declared that the collection of delay in having a large, commodious 1 i the equal of any and it will keep from :;i NOTICE OF APPUCAT1O3 Faa PIIIJO!s
I I I uQrons wig is AIID nD: Pew
were not only not needed but the Dingley tariff, imposed on im- brick or stone structure erected, 14 to 6 hours longer than any you can notice is hereby eireo that Philip.Mao,
would detract from its ancient gran- ports from foreign conntries, was provided with vaults,' so that our get. Try it. 16: pints for $1.00 delivered 'i has filed with the Board of coanlT to*.
missioners Columbia county,Florida to-
deur. Now we want it distinctly un- unconstitutional, as applied to Porto public records may be safeguarded night and: morning! ]i 1 application for the right and i permit s Kfl.
I Ito ; J. K. COMBS. i liquor WIDTH and beer In Election District1;
derstood that we do not begrudge one Rican imports. This decision seemed !! and all the needs of the county. be.I j No. 4.of said county and ,State;llutaci
oppose the imperialistic policy of : I Ii I 1 1i application will be acted on by tie sa,
red cent spent in making the capitol! !met.On Board of county comnu.s>,iimersattSeiriett
what it should be, but we can't help the administration and was received !); the first Monday in July our i : regular meeting which will be held oaths,
first Tuesday m July A.O. bfcl,a II.cte :
taking a retrospective view of anti- with rejoicing by its opponents. : county commissioners will have this !'in the forenoon of uid day.and UK aid
1 primary lying and equivocation.FOR But in the Downes case the ,court I i matter before them for consideration -1 FRESH OCALA LIMEIN :' Hoard hereby calls upon any citue*of sad
i Election district who may desire to de iO&
disappointed all expectations, decid- and if they decide that a new 1J ANY QUANTITY FOR SALE HYIS' 'show cause if any there the said *

PUBLIC CONVENIENCE. ing by a vote of 5 to 4 that the Fora I court house should be built, as they J !, permit regular shall meeting not of be said granted Board to.,tie'Wif 138-aech' .

ker act, imposing a tax of 15 percent doubtless will, we hope that the people B. THOMPSON. cant. By order of the Board of const o.-
I missioners of Columbia FMDfe
Since the burning of the postoffice of the Dingley tariff, on Porto will eoauty. "
unanimously rally to their This the 3rd day of Jane A. IX.ML
building the public has begun to feel Rican imports to the United Stated I support and carry the matter to a t. I [<=EAL] M M SCAJIBOSOCCB, Oertfi

the need of an office in a central location was constitutionaL _. -- ---_.
I[:successful termination.
4 more than ever before. The of .
right this government to ---- -
;! mil'iliJiJiJiJiJt 1 i iJiJt >> tJjtl>> f/j 1 lI I
The former location was a very acquire territory has never been I For a 'palate tickler" Jry Ander- f trn tlfJ 'aLfJ till rill tits fiJtJiJf1i1i at.F isY'

convenient one for the general public doubted and was not a question in son's, Jams atSIIEPPARD'S-they're !i : ::

and it seems to be the unanimous this case. This point has been con- I the "trick"Fruit i! Watchmaker 6i '
desire that some arrangements be sidered many times, and it has always ---- !1 :

made for having the office placed been considered an attribute of 1 fruit! fruit! If you have any (J i'I Jeweler I I fitting Graduate ot Spect Optician I\:1.-Scieatiic Musical n

back there. I sovereignty to acquire new territory.By I i|! to can remember Young's Drugstoreis Goods. Engraving a Specialty -

It seems to us that the proper thing the constitution "Congress shall [ the place to buy your fruit jars and

for the government officials to do, have right to dispose of and make all I 1!cheap. --- ._- i Optician. t:
under the there being i1 .
circumstances needful rules and regulations re- It is believed that Gen. Fred. : 1""
ll at present no desirable location specting the territory other !1: That is our business-and we are doing our best to please :r.'f:;
_- or property Grant has been more richly rewarded I.UI you and give you the best service. iI
immediately available-would be to belonging to the United 'for looking like his father than i.l1f' Everything we do we warrant: cannot be done betteranywhere. ,,:
make some arrangements with the States," and by previous decisionsthis man in .-"
any America. ?
Everything we sell we guarantee,and in your
of the the protect yoa V
r owner property on clause has been to all purchase in
every way-in Prices and in QuaUty. .:t
east corner of Marion and Madison acquisitions of new territory: There You Know What You are Taking I i ,

streets, for the construction of a fore the great question to be decided i When you take Grove's Tasteless.. m '-ROBT. T. RADFORD. t

building peculiarly adapted for a by the court was as to whether Chill Tonic because the formula is i j U

postoffice, by agreeing, in the event Congress was under,.any restrictions !I. plainly printed on every bottle show- i'

of such construction. to lease it fora in governing acquired territory-i. ing that it is simply iron and quininein I iI I ;-
term of years. whether the priviliges guaranteed ; a tasteless form. No cure no pay. ;I -
We believe the owner of the property by the constitutitn were extended to !50 cents. ..
i j; would be willing to erect a the territory by its acquisition. In i,I rttH2Ut! Unn'llitllilfutnt!EBEBt11
- - -
handsome building, commodious and this case the right claimed was that m
nicely appointed, provided the government expressed in' the constitution that White + Bronze

vs would lease it for a long "all duties, imposts and excises shall haReady For Easter iH

enough term to make him safe in doing be uniform throughout the United i I i HONUMEiNTS.

so.This. States." eaiN Your
Easter wants of every kind can be fill here promptly and satov =
is a matter that concerns the The court, through Justice Brown, I ;MM factorily.hue ever presented The largest awaits and you.most beautiful collection oi Millinery w* ...g"
people and they should make their declared that 'the constitution deals tIt.i;

wishes known. Of course it would with states, their --and UNH SPRING
: people, representatives AND SUMMER HATS mi
Impossible for Lake City to secure ," and denied the principlelaid f '
an appropriation for a public build down by Chief ,Justice Taney 14i1 Together awaits with a complete line of all kinds of flrst-cl*>s Millinery = .
K. :your pleasure.: Out-of-town orders
receive prompt attention. pM
ing and the project we have suggested that all territory cquired must: be I I4. M.
is the nearest approach to it we for the of ultimate statehood ,
purpose: MRS. L. T. FUNK. H< ;
to get: '
may expect that this government could not ..

K Lake City is entitled to this much under the constitution establish col- ...' .. ... ffI

consideration and we hope some onies. By this decision the .Y..IYI..TYY.n. IftfYtTfr
ac-I government (.a aau .:::I lnllxuunwI
3 ton will be immediately taken. of Porto Rico, and of all countries Are more enduring than stone: letter and

Lake City has grown to a city of between -i I similarly situated with reference cheap practically>r. Ludorsfd indestructible by sclent, lou sU ran as .. .'

four and five thousand, 'new ( to the United States save money by writing for designs .0 c:!' .? ;
devolves .
and prices. '(; ;:;! !' 'G ; f2.!& i
I "g e:
ebterprises arebeing established
solely upon Congress without anyconstitutiona'l I ij1f j
new buildings erected and people are check, save that of w,
ontinually moving here to make public opinion. I 1 I Agent for Columbia County < THE FLIGHT
Aba agency for Star Wind Mills and Temple OF TIME
this their home. Though by the wording of the con- Pumps. and Tubular Well maker. Ail li
The business of the postoffice, at stitution such a construction mightbe prices reduced. june I W.

present large, is increasing daily, and placed, the sound rule of construction - -- -- I tli1 Leaves a procession of struggling humanity Ifffi

s. ,those in charge need and should have that the intent, if expressed in I! ,, .- behind. But it doesn't leave

more room in which to transact th tbl1llnts the document, must be considered, S i us behind. We have too much at stake g
t !'. From seventeen to t to allow that.
eigh- would not allow of such construction, I We're right up with

teen mails are handle 1 here daily. and upon a sound basis the opinion Always Freth. tli the times in every respect. That's _

The present quarters are entirely in held by the,dissenting justices seems Always the lApt.SEEDS. ; tf ,',why we're 'pretty nearly the whole ffl

adequate.considering tIn this question we the constitutional one. But this 'tJj -show in our line of business. #

I must look to the future. We know from a constitutional standpoint. ti
that the impetus recently given the From the standpoint of true republican II Dry Goods and Clothing.
fin p-ogress of our city is not only going principles and of' justice, the .
to greatly increase our population, decision in I \W >.
appears a worse light.
but stimulate every avenue of industrial -
We make claims of right but refuse M. L.
t and commercial activity-there* are sold ever'Where. Plympton & Co. S.
fore we should strive to make things that right to others. We place this 1iQ1 seed .A.nDaaI toys _
E harmonize. We have a right to de- great power of limiting or grantingthis L M.fUl'a lays itritar,lung. ; .
mand a convenient location for our \W. Opposite Court House. ... .,
W privilege in the hands of a Congress
postoffice and should not be slow

in making that demand. which thus becomes all power -, . . I.
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fished 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 7-

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New Ordinances. Commissioners Proceedings. Lion to sell liquors, wines and beer in

Ordinances Nos. 116 and 117, passedby Clerk's office, June 3rd, 19011 election Dis. Xt>. 4, was ordered tiled

Most Complete Stock of j the council at a recnt meeting, Board met, present R. T. Boozer, and usual ,notice, given as required

have been signed by the mayor. chairman; T. W.Getzen'J1umpb by law.

: Ing and Summet Millinery The"first is relative to condemningold F. M. Smith and G. A. Smithson. Board took a recess until tomo-

decayed buildings that may be Following accounts approved and row. .

+ Of any house in the Jon \ dangerous to the health and safetyof paid:

_" '* City, now the community and when the own- 39 county paupers_. -- __,. ..110400 Board met pursuant to adjourn-
Display tl er or agent refuses to have a con- J W Perry rent of armory 18 67 ment yesterday. Present It. T.
1 L C W & L Co., water at 7 00
Boozer chairman
T W Get-
= demned ;
building torn down the mar- present
J1ISS H. RILE Peanut John, cleaning up_. 1 to
shal is given authority to'employ la- R G Ware, repairing bridge 10 70 zen. FW Smith, A F Rumph, G A

fzry leading Milliner. borers to do the work. If the owner, J L Turner, treasurer fees.. 1390O Bmithson Following business: was

agent or any other should U Parker justice COlltS.Ii. transacted:
person O R Parker, witness fees____ 19 25 Horace A. Duncan. W. M.
resist hinder or interfere a fine not O R Parker,jury fees_ -._.. 300 Penninf-
R ;'v S exceeding $500.00 may be imposedor R J Stewart, constable costs 3.70 ton, It. W. Coxe and J. D. Crabbagt.

the culprit or culprits may be imprisoned L W Edwards feeding jurors 350 having each complied with the law

4'y y at hard labor not exceeding in the premises. It is hereby ordered -'

sixty days. 9 Jones follows filed:treasurers! receiptsas that they each be and hereby giv-

The other relates to the running of County en the right .and granted each and.
--8 63>) 87
railroad trains within the incorporate County: bons-----. 45876 separately a permit to sell liquors,

limits of the city. Within one- Fine and forfeituret938 wines and beer, in election Dis. No:'

PARASOLS Parasols quarter of a mile of the School fund--------------- 1R !10 10 of Columbia county for the license.
passenger License<< ___._n_----- _. .. 1425 I'
beginning Oct. I 1901.
station, eight miles an hour is the Lake City subschool11511 year' ,

limit of speed; within one-half mile, Winfield ." __.._.. 117 I a Dahlia filed his application for

fifteen'miles per hour. The engineer Hagen ___. .n 1 20 the right and a permit to sell liquors

or conductor violating this law is Suwanee Valley sub-school 179 wines and beer in election Dis. No. 6,

\ IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS. subject to a fine of not more than : Total_____. .-..._ -_..___..-I271143Geo Columbia county which is ordered ta
125.00 or imprisonment not exceed- : lie over until next regular meeting'of
f- log ten days. W Price stationery.95 this Board and that the clerk pnt.

D J Benin ______ .
pauper ,. 500
hildrens-2 to $ I )0. Teachers' Eumi atiOD. RJordon, stationery258 lush notice thereof required by law

W B Brink Iv, justice cost454 The county agrees to rent the town
The teachers' examination com- W B Brinkly witness cost100 the old jail at the price of $75 per

Iadies-oc to $5.00 menced Tuesday at the city public E W Hutchingson, "U 75 year. Town agreeing to return
school building. Supt. T. H. Owensis \V M Ives, wit'ss & jury fees 15 38
building in same condition as received
W N Cone sheriff
I'l* being asssisted
t.J by School Commissioners Geo Chambers, jury costs. 740WWTolbert. at expiration of contract.M. .
\if .tJflS. Henry and Wise. There '6' ".m 8 (1j .'M.. ScARBOROUGH, Clerk

.... were nineteen white applicants and O A Mann ice,._.- .- 145; -- -- .
; fifteen colored. M M Scarborough, fees181 0 To produce a thorough alterative
T W Getzen, "com'''r j fees 8 60
) m E. YOUNG ... The white applicants applying for G A Smithson, 510 effect, the blood kidney and liver

i C .tv v first grade were as follows: Misses. FM Smith, 6bO must be thoroughly treated. "7"

-d 8 Ftir nil v Minnie B. Parrish, May Tomlinson, A F Rumph, u.. 11 09 Mixture acts on aiL Young's Drug- ,

: :.. Hardware. Mamie B. Miller Annie Louise Mc-: R T Boozer, .' 1020 store.
) '
Clinton H. Lizzie Jeffries Lula Bell The pttitionof Ft Whteand vicinity --
3 Try the new remedy for costiveness -
a- and Messrs. A. F. Rumph, D. E. in regard to the building of the ", Chamberlain's Stomach and

Knight and J. C. Adkins. One colored Santa Fe bridge, was acted upon favorably Liver Tablets. Every box

"" ,.. I .H.: R. Jerkins. and Commissioner Getzen guaran-
I't teed. Price, 25 cents. ,For sale by
1 News Notes. Place your order for fruit jars with Applicants for second and third was appointed a committee of- one to I Geo. W. Price,

J. D. Streety. confer ----- ____
"- with the Alachua
\ : grade: Misses M. I. Jeffries, :izzie commissioners
*' "- Mrs. W. H. Colson and Miss Bertha McCall Christina Theola 'in regard to the building of said One of my lady customers says,
r-Maoa fruit jars at Young's Drug- "You sell the best milk I've bad since
K'.. = ?----- Thompson leave on the 19th for Atlanta Ruff, Maud McElroy and lizzie Mo bridge. "
I left Canada. And
where they will spend several Cleod, and Messrs. W. B. Cone, H. It was ordered upon motion that meant
of Corinth was in this what she said. Try it and you will
'ITM.Surreacy, days. E. Parnell, S.- S. Knight and L. W. board at their regular meeting

'" city' Tuesday. Miss McLarty who has been visitIng Fielding. Colored, women, Annie in July, 1901, o'n the 3rd day of said say its the best you ever used 13 qts.
: or 26 11.00. J. R. COMBS.
I pts.,
,L W, Brown of Welborn was in the in the -city, guest of Miss Josie E. Young, Annie E. Stockton, Ann i eoutlook month will consider and act upon the -- -- -. --

f Monday on,business. Potsdamer, left Thursday morning'fother Martin, M. M. Hill, L. J. Jones and of erecting a new courthousefor "7" Mixture-the greatest blood

: ;Bter Pickles bulk-W. P. home in Palatka. | M. J. Nibiack; men', B. F. Sival, Lon- Columbia county. purifier pf the :20th century.. Young's .o l

PARD'SU the place. Will Miller a former student t i t ey Bryan,- John V. Sharpe, C. H. Phillip M Moore filed his applica Drugstore. ':

',,,t. Peeler of ML'Tabor spent sev- the F. A. c., left Saturday for West Paulding. W. Williams, J., A. -- -- --- ---.-----

the this week. Point be received Abrams, Wm. Gear and N. H. Curin-
_. hill! city having an appointment -

ct- t Jan and jelly glasses' at J. D. to the military academy.Mr. j; ton. $ I !

r1 cheaper than elsewhere., Horrie Hair who has been attending Circuit Court. .' the
SALE= court daring the weekas '
Cheap, a good second past 3 *T. J.
Jones Clark
pltf., vs. Cage ,
I(boo. Apply!to B. H. Palmer. witness a-murder case, returned def. unlawful i ,
I ,- entry. Jury found "Outing Girl" ,
to his business la Live Oak Thursday
J d chie- you see advertised for the plaintiff, that the defendantdid
r food.,' Young's Drugstore ban- morning. within three years next before 't
.. Miss Marguerite Stringer, who visited the Will appreciate the good points of 'i
: filing the complaint in this the Hats tor Spring and Summer i / 1 ;
a -
.>..>I I ML McClintock left Tues- the family of Prof. C. V. Waughduring cause, unlawfully enter upon the \ shown in our display. Some are 5.
plain enough tor the primmest. Others -
commencement" returned to (
w .j major for her home In Colum- real estate in the complaint mentioned are very smart and slyll 11. ,

.. A?. .. her home in Brooksville last Saturday to-wit: TheY} of NWl and f '";
; 4*Catherine- Waugh left Thurs- morning.The SEl of NWi of Sec 14, Tp.4, Range '

fr Mnuag for Ocala to be the guest advertisement of C. M. Ray 16, S and E. Damages of the plaintiff $ MRS. T. N. MILTON I ( .

manufacturer of tombstones appearsin assessed at 2250. Monroe Block. Marion St. (
-' this issue. It would be advisableto ( j11
State,vs. M. V.Smith-assault with
i, glass, putty and var-
consult Mr. Ray before placing an intent to murder. The M.
_i .la; quantity at Young's4e :
_, order elsewhere. ,I V. Smith, being. in court and being :'-

Mr. R. C. Gainey received a telegram arraigned tendered,a plea of guilty
; Bofue" .
1 Selph of Fernandina was
} Wednesday stating that his of aggravated assault, which was ac-

aoifriends citf this .week visiting rela- oldest son had been dangerously shot j j'cepted'' by the state and witnesses .J( ,' .) ).() (, \.t-<).().( )&.(:).(, ).a
at Brooksville, and he left_ early the discharged without day. -4 '
} ,vWm.A.Shtpman of Columbia that State vs. Jno. Brantley and Geo. q :
next morning ror place.
ted by tbe court Wednes- Brantley-burning a barn. The jury
Dow, the eleven year old son of What do You Eat? R
f poctlce: law.xEv'A found: the prisoners at the bar not _
Mrs. Gieger died last Friday

six room house, at Plant City. The many friends of guilty.W. H. Colson, appellant us. the M Did You Ever Stop tn Think of That? f.
blocks from ilarion 3
street. ApJ.lCCallaway. Mrs. Gieger in this city deeply sympathize corporation'of Lake City Fla. j. .'
ap Do know that the
you markets are flooded with aduUeriif.Y.i 5:
with her in bereavement.On
'pellee-appeal from mayor's court t;II' aced goods of all kinds and that you are to eat K'1:
the 30th.State's Solicitor L. E. Esther Ni- 'V i things you would not like if you are not careful about .'"
last ;
Tuesday This was the case involving the wbat you buy; 1 ""-
ni 'appointed and COL- black died at the home of her sister right to sell meats in Lake City dur t.1 To be sure of getting all She Purest and Best Groceries' ; -i.,,
Succeed we buy only brands that are guaranteed to be pure. We 1
'_ to himself.' 1 I Mrs. J:C. C. P.oberts. The remains ng the hours before 10 a. m. It was buy them from reputable houses and li'e can assure our 1 ...
' lkIIn.-L: customers that every article bought of us shall te
a Long & Co. have in Bethel Church cem- pare
\I were interred adjudged that Mr. Colson: had violat: and wholesome.

their stock of goods to the new j I etery. We extend our sympathiesto ed the law and he will have to pay h Free delivery of goods to all parts of the city. R'1
f ""
jon North Marion street j the bereaved. fine and costs. {4 DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS SHOES,

rice: and Josie Turner left The attention of our readers is State vs. J. H. Brock-Larceny o:f I {::4 % 1) AND 'GENTS FURNISHINGS. "

_wj morning for North Alabama called to the advertisement of the awash pot. Defendant found not .

they will spend the summer. "Dollar Bazaar" in this issue. This guilty. I I <" Monroe Blivrk ,,N. B. LONG & CO. i
; Thos. Goodwin vs. David Wright,]I ..)1 Lake City Fla. ,
t,onUary-committee author-' is the cheapest store in town to buy Sr.-forcible Dealers in General Merchandise. |
found for
entry. Jury ,
. that good goods. Mr. Urie is making a "" '
,: --imitate all premise %
defendant, that he did not unlawful- & &>* l
faced In good sanitary con- big run on straw hats and now is the w**** ***** ww *w* <&>]
ly enter upon the real estate de
- itM4 the next two weeksT"platlon time to supply your wants at a moderate ---
F .
scribed, in complaint.In _
of that time the cost. the case of State vs. Johnson
rrt .
*fll be sent around to make The old frame shack, on the prop Kirby, indicted for murder in 1st de I. :i,

b inspection. Messrs. R.; W. and Nat Adam,
'Il' erty'of lice, the state has asked for verdictof
Crabb's saloon and the Palmer SPECIAL CUT PRICE SALE
4 'Uf trustees of the Flora manslaughter. The.jury has not ,

Utnral College held a meettransacted building, was torn down this week. brought. in its verdict. t for JUNE at
Jlettrday and The saloon will be moved up to the The case of State vs. John C. Will ,

con- Palmer building and a veneered brick lams, col., indicted for murder in 1st
,buaiDtiS JL full board was front will be made to it.Ve hear a THE DOLLAR BAZAAR
degree the evidence is all in and argument
; ;: The air fa filled with ru. brick: building will be erected on the i iWe
!emu"e to ihl action in several front for a bank. We welcome this for the state is now going on. %
but new sign of prosperity. Mr. P. J. State has asked for uerdict of mur
r > .,were unable
btUa k to get Becks has the contract. der in 2nd degree. will sell all Straw Hats for Men and Boys over 10 cents j,
information.' The The grand jury will bring in its pre regular price WHOLESALE COST. ;c
Mjoorned to meet on the 17th Oone to Never Return aentmentstoday.. Ladies and Childrens low cut Shoes will go at 10 PER CENT
t I
3- .a t--tta M. E. Wright, who has just received .- DISCOUNT from our regular low prices. A new lot cf ,
STATE or OHIO. CITY or TOLCDO i Stylish Belts for Ladies: will be sold at greatly reduced
ing to take up the a new stock of hardware, crockery LUCAS COTOTV. f M prices. Our regular priced goods are great bargains
; house furnishing goods, I Frank Cheney makes oath that be is tbsenior e but offer .
now we some SPECIALS should
-utdnf, Penmanship glassware, partner of the firm ot F.J. Cheney ft you not miss,.
r ertlal branches should groceries, etc., with the very lowest Co.,doing business lathe city of Toledo Remember at the "DOLLAR BAZAAR' only.
county and state aforesaid* and that itaid
ot'rdte to R..W. Hadley. prices, had the misfortune to lose firm will pay'tile sum of Oats HDHDBEDDOLLABS ,
1liid : fine bens, stolen from his coop for each and every case ot catarrh Over One
three Nothing Dollar
r, orUmental penman that cannot be cured bv the use of Hall'. '
JIi ,fall : Saturday night. He would like to Catarrh Cure FBAKK J. CBBSEV. c' j
7 courseourse I have them back, but they will probably i Sworn to before me and subscribed in mr ",
on BookkeepLa..forconvenience be returned. presence, this 6th day of December A.D.tea. V
I never it YOURS TO' PLEASE, :;
; I J-'- A. W. GtBAROS.
ts thinks it ?EAL. j- Notary Public.
and Post
< 'those who find it The Washington ---

:; (to..attend classes, homebe plight complicate matters in South mall's Catarrh Cure U taken Internally H. F. Ui'IE.SL1ItJtL3LJLI
-"''asees lihould decide and acu directly on the blood and mucous LAKE CITY. FLA. I,
wm if the Democrats
organized Carolina surfaces of V.e system. Send for testimonials
United tree.F..J.CHKXET A Co.,Toledo OL
candidate for the -
_continued ten weeks, to run a Sold by druggists vsc.Hatl may .
I on application. I|i States senate s Family Pills are the best.
J'o<' .

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8 .. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established h

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1 Forewarned 1 I HERE AND THERE. I ,I .
} CATHOLIC .. -. .-- -- .-- ;
The postal deficit in Canada last year
f'ore2rmed.,1 was $451,000.The Official ValaatioB .l Properly owae4

I The liability to disease is greatly 'I new French stamps are subjected br Italy KcllKieiui It 9,000 Congregations HIlllOB Lire*. CASTORII
to much unfavorable criticismin #
lessened when the blood is in good condition -

and the circulation healthy and France. of Italian statistics -
Sig. Bodis, director
vigorous. For th .n all refuse matter I The Argentine Republic has offereda the workof )
-has completed
is e-rrieil out of the large tract of fertile land to Japanif
promptly system
; placing a valuation upon the prop- For Infants and
otherwise it oa4 rapidly accumulate it will send her 20,000 immigrants. ,. ""Jh" " ChiIdrei.
erty now owned by the Jesuits Franciscans -
fermentation vrr/ild tale the l'\inetY-lien per cent of Australians
blood becotnj polluted and the constitution c write their names, but only and other, Dominicans Catholic orders, Benedictines in Italy. ; The Kind You hi

so vakencd that a simple : 60 per cent. of the South African pop- He finds that the several religious orders Dl' "J
ulation can do .
risolt .
might seriously.
in 10,(>tu) houses
is its now own Italy __________...
A healthy, active circulation means Ceylon setting house in order -
Always 6
with an aggcPj' f' of-9,000,000-! .. Bought
r good digestion and strong healthy | against the arrival of the plague.In 000 of lires. In the city of Rome the ,r
nerves. i i the past year in Colombo the municipality to the Alege Fable PreparatlonforAsstiltilatin -
i As a blood pcn'6cr and tonic S.S. S. has had, fit1,00rats killed.In congregations own Ihe fOOd lll1dReg uta-

has co equal. It is the safest and beat Tartary, onions, leeks and gar value The of religious 500,000,000 congregations were ting the Stomachs andBowcls of Bears theSignature

remedy for old people and childrea lic are perfumes. A Tar- dissolved by order of the Italian government

because contains no minerals but is j tar lady will make herself agreeableby iQ 1S73, and at that time I
made exclusively cf rocts and hcrls. rubbing a piece of
3 their property was valued at 1,600.000,000 .- i -.-
No other remedy: so thoroughly on her hands and over her coun-
of lires.
effectually cleanses the blood of im- tenance. I Promotes DigesUoixCJmfulness

purities. At the BREAK.i and Rest.COntains neither of
same time it builds THE LEADING UNIVERSITIES.There I Opium.Morpuine nor Mineral.

SSS' up the weak anti de- I Product of a IlrltUh Factory Toad Is NOT NARCOTIC.

bilitateil, and rcuo- : are nearly 35000* students in. Said to He Proof AgalastUorgUn. I ..
c vates the entire :;)"5- American universities.Four t
tem. It cures permanently manner I Ia of the 13 leading American .,tUIrSJNlZlP11C8ERp"

.of blood and skin truul.les.r universities are state institutions. For years the Pilkington glass worksin i .,;.__S"JAx..l -

!L'. E. E. KellY,Clf Urbana,O..writes: i Through. its new summer school LancasHre, England, hate been con- / *-
"1 bad Ec>> five years. It would break out in little Columbia has risen to be the second ducting experiments designed to produce I
white pustule, cruets would form and university in America in number of fireproof and burglarproof glass, !I .ji. .
drop iff.leaving the akin rod and ll 11Uil- enrollments and for the first time these experiments '! U'J .l-
ed. The doctors did n'. no good. I used <<; .' '
i all the medicated oapi and sal re,without j Five universities (Harvard Michigan were crowned with success. To Juw i :
bene L 8. 8. 3. cured ma, and my skin Ili : U.UStI
M clear and niuootb m airy (,no..." rlair. Minnesota, Columbia and California the molten glass a wire netting was.)
} .. Henry eiegfrtad of Cape May N.I ) hatt- a constituency of more added and the composition resulting ) AperfectRemedy for Constipa
J.,U,.that twouly-oua bottles of B. t1''. S. than 3,000 each. misted all inroads of fire or other lion SourStomach.Diairhoea,
cured her of Canoe of the breast. D c- '
ton and friend thought her case hopI! Harvard i"i nearly 2,000 ahead of violent agencies. Doors of this ma- > Vorms.Convulsions.FevBrish- For Over
lelllo' '! its nearest "OlOpettor: in number of terial hate proved unbreakable, and ness andLoss OF SLEEP.
Richard T. Gardner Florence, B. C., even when subjected to 2.500 degrees I -..--
students .
"d attendant its
offered for Fear BOIJK. Two bou upon courses.It
tlea of S. 8. S. put Gds blood in rood condition enrolls 5.702 regular and special Fahrenheit remained unaffected, while i' TacSiniile Signature'of
and the Jioila thoe..poarcd. doors red hot. The
ordinary grew Dt'WI
students Columbia has C&ft
Send for free book and write ; registered v. Thirty YearsCASTORIA
our : 3,733 students. j I composition is, expeetedlo be a great NEW

our physicians about your case. ._ i! commercial success.Choice YOHK.
Medical advice free.
CASTOR.JA.: i i I ?
Bun the ha Kind l Yoa Hall AJ6'3YS lioliht J Vegetables

......... ; Signatureof -

Lucie }Faure daughter of Feiit : always bring high prices.To EXACT COPYOF WRAPPER. ;

Faure former president of 1'r'.nre. .
i -- ':- ..._ ....,. .
i is a student of theology and I I .raise them successfully 'lie CIIIT. co. alW CIY. .
-: .., phy and is about to bring cut a bat. -THE- -1IiII1II -
on tbe. Oxford movement in the '

Church Miss Marion of England.Talbot. deanof women I. l Laulsulile i X Nosilullie R. R.Puns R.I a fertilizer containing -

WV :. at the Universilj of Chicago said recently at least 8 % t
in a lecture on domeMic life I through cars, to Penaacola, I

in this country: "T n ref cent .oi I Mobile and New Orleans, to Bir- Potash should be used. I jOur J
mingham, Nashville and St. Louis, to <
t the money spent by the American I Louisville Cincinnati and Evansville i 3fc .

people for food is utterly ua&teJ, and and to Chicago without leaving : books furnish useful information on < S j
in the art of throwing things away I train. For rates, schedules and .
we certainly excel." sleeping-car reservations write to or all subjects relating to ,. :

cation crop raising. They are v* i-Y. $20
I Ill. sent free. f jl
} 2Uti West Hay Street, GElmAN BALI WURICS.1a" I <@
Heed not the blusterer; beware of ., Jacksonville, Fla. 93 Nassau Street, Teachers and Prospective Teachers <$
tie silent man.-Chicago Daily Sew I i' New York. 1tj
otherwise ,C. L. STONE, G. P. A., } < will find Review Classes at the Lake ,0-
for ,
meant laughing -
Life is ; Louisville I 1. "
Ky. City College. j:
much.-X. Y. Herald.
it hurts too <@ -:
I :;
A man need be thread before marrying ; ;Ojo\ <$ S20 COVERS ALL EXPENSES
,. lest he be "shrew ed" after mar- '1,1..:;
'rying.-Detroit Journal. I *$ except railroad fare for one term. :3
II. A. AVILSON. II Send tor circulars to
.]ten have. all sorts; of ideas;but they < J1O

agree on' one thing-they hate a henpecked .. t tV.
bus band AtehUon Globe. : \ F. YOGUM, Lake City, Fla. f.1t

'. A posithe knowledge of what we ,
want would help ua to attain some of I I < >
: KodolDyspepsa .
the ends we strive for.IndianapolisOA.STORZB. I fr "f ;;- .' 'H
News. ) w if

._ .- r lP A4 I -'. ,

; I r' I ,
": ; Cure ""
Jean the the Kind VoaHawAtways Bought '; \....:-... _. !
..._ t:
Sigwu #+# : too .- ...'' ..; '.. KtENDEllF ...:.; Digests what eat. r' -- - - -" :.
Gf '. :1'J:<::.-- -- you
artificially digests the food and aids
Nature r "Thou Covet"PERFECT
jV --- ----- la strengthening and recon- Shaft Mot
V I structing the exhausted digestive or:
e 660.: S. Hacker & Son 71KFffI.a1 gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation COXTESTbElT IS BOi.V /!V THE KITCHEN. HEALTHFUL SEALS lt
eCitg, Fla., can approach it in efficiency. It instantly I
relieves and permanently cures i j Writs for Catalogue et 100 iffsrenl coxKnalJau 01 t1u bet prodaztiau tt Oa IvttaACtnlsjj
I Ei'k Collins and CaskeLs all Slj'/les and Dyspepsia Indigestion aaS for a modest outlay arks Ui worth tmt. I

V V : : Prices. Orders Promiitlv Filled. Flatulence! Sour Heartburn'l] t INVESTIGATE
Sick Headache Gastralgia.Crampsand
all other results of imperfect digestion.

: Price SOc.and$1. Large size contains 2K times s'
I small size.Book all about dyspepsia nuiUedlre tt tt $
I 1 Prepared ty E. C.DeWITT CO.Cbleago.IWENTS tr i '' 51111
t t
: / 1 f
fI tlt
,rl ; I t' $ t.-.flcm?of forty years ExpenexBj

i Adorn the ttoms
-T- l t t s *\
1' V I i'y tt.COflGllhZC in fuel
At.\NLTF ACTURF.RR OFDoors ti f Households Qu
$ tfake Glad the -

Sash Blinds MouIdinfls IGONORRHOEAiGLEET- pn.ptly,.......,CUI.0 fa. Sead..1. '4
; .r phut.rtn..portoap.usatabOtq. Boot
CURE to Olo&o&a U.&u4 F_Parea ... .-
-ANTJBuilding '' SAFE SURE x ESFmiFwt teniu ever cfowi to I. tkoklll
Material. CURE YOURSELFFor ) ...20,000 PATUTS PROCURED THROUGH //4MJ1jIL1JP5 & rJJfj.Q:11V
r ..c.e.u.a.i t.00.r e.a..a oauscpors Ma(. I. J ler.1.All bu.iwM M..Ioro&e_lIoidlial.eha.taa &..a.d aoI._ f i .y.

HflRliESTOfJ, I, c ..-S. C. {. 1.os C..r.cM tl.e. Co.. tn. j Www ri. A. SNOW 8E: CO. VIU.E TEN (

Opp. U.3 Patelt Office, sASHINCTON D. C.
mariiSend tor Prices. Iyrll.lll sale by George W. Price. "" "IT IS WRITTEN" '1

"National Steel Rages are the -'Never had a stove to bake"'I I'I
best made." "
evenly and quickly.
c H. H.Pates, Mobile,Ala
"Abundance of hot water always .- '
furnished." -L "1 n.a years bonsekeepingiv. .,
.R.BuHCHtrBsr aatksvifee. I* had stove 10 pleasing- I

U "After one year's hard service, Ray.J.B.&*"* II J

in perfect condition." jj *'I am sure there is none superPASNIA6

"Notone-balfthe CEPHAS Scacot fuel iequired KastrUe. 1 J.T.A w.urWorki-lAaJJ.SupemW* -1

as formerly. L f.Tlle National, the best r 2?
,* **"
1 I "Have c J.CVSTU
never seen one I would 11-
. MI I- r X i exchange it for." l "Takes less wood and less tiara
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WV fl1TjW B. P.STBATTON, Nashville. T.J.Dona csa


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? Amt Taxe s

., r v _.Amt Tares NAME QF OWNER DESCRIPTION and
or owNEa .' '- -, and, :: S T R A Costs :

i S. T RA: : v Costs Joseph Simmons-:___. was of swy4 of sw- __ ._ ... -I 7f l7e ,2I: 1 A Fatal
p west 53 feett once south Jeaslg'McNlshe!: of swl4 of swJi- __ -I 18 lie 20 1 20 J
330: feet thence west 58 Unknown "__._'_ ne34 of nei.----... .. n 8 7s lie 4C 1 '9 -
feet, south 233 feet to Unkno\W11----.__ .sw34ofnei4--_;__. 8 7s lie 4C 1 2::9
.;.,' .. point" of beginning. Ben 101cNI8h_,: _...._. s}; of nwi4 of sw34------ ... II is lie 61. 3 11
> se' of SW1' : -'.-- 28 3s 17e I t 358 Unknown_;._-..._.__.._ nw!4' of nw 4'9 is lie 4' 129 X
'n --T-' w?i of'lot 17in48 J, of nwi419 3J 17e Y 1 69 Rober COe........___ SW 4 f swl4__.:_.m ___._.__ 9 7s lieIe 186 .
f1I.i.---': ,,,. .:: lots 11, 12. 13,Hand 13; in cs I It H Preston----....:__ sel 4 of ( 7s 17e '4J 1 29
:--T.''' of nwi"ff,.... __- "" 29 38 lie I ulIkno.wn.h'_________ sw34 of
7- '
.__ lot 18 in \ .. of n-al 169 '. (
i'iY Jones ._ .
-- 29 3J lie .1 1 8W J -I 78 lie ,S( 48
11__.... ...... w!a' of lot 17 in lie!! of nwk 29 38 17eI7e i. 1 69 30 W J Born.u.: ..... se3a of sw4------------------1. -!' 78 lie 4( 129 Mistake
Srlpdier.--... block L in awl A of UVtT'A_.__ 29 3s 4 263 Rhoda SUl1ivan_. ..... ne3( of 7 78 17e 4<. 218 .
n.;..... _..' 4 acres in southwest corner. J D[ tiurkett....._... 8}; of 7s lie 8C 2 18
',Fi .:' ofn); ohw).;of ae3'Nx.j.m oi., as 17e 4'9: 3i WJ, Born..u. ne34 of 7s 17e4C 129

'''' _' allof se>i of. seJi- as lies Josepfinz;..._:..1_. n3i ot nw,4'_____..,;____'.... i2:} 713 17e 4<. 2 18
t.t-tl' outside corporation of ,. Solomon s3; of nw .....--,--.-_.._-_-- 7s lie 8( 3 42 Was .made by the
-:,.: ,- Lake City._,,_,_- -_..__ 1 3s lie 8 .236 A-Bradshaw. ;.....--::-- thIrty acres in north side < promoters -
,.. ... all of 8w 4' of swJ. ,
q ; --- i as lies' of sw34 of swj and c3 ofhigh prices -
outside of corporation of of aw34 aijd ; of sgQ 31 is lie 1jJ; 6 03
A \ Lake'H'"T",:"'___ --.32 3s I7eI7e ',' 8 ,.1 .76 Heirs .of ,Mrs A Gollie one.thi ,dIvided inter when they came within -
__ _.___ 9'- acre../In. southwest ; ; '
;- .' est In e3, of se34 : ?9 711
s --'''
.... cornernf* se4 of sw'/__ 32 3a 92-100: ;356 ,)r" and sJ; of ne.'i and. of'! the range of- _
Jones4--- lot No.6,- M feet northeast ,, ;-- nwj4 and sof neJ4

_' .;' south and west less J. '- of n-J4._..: .! ._.';"_ 32 is 17e' 74 2 is The ,Eagle
.-. acre in southeast corne 33 3s 17e' .t 169 ,n H Pre ton....:;..;.___. nJ! of ne34 of nw'4 and vr3 l .;., Eye:
_n:_-. ."" -- 12 acres in southwest corn of nw3q-t-----k-- aJ.. 7s lie 100 2 48
..-:-- er of nel| of ne4 bound : Tilden Rakely. __'._. lots No 559 and 560 od Georgfa .
:d ed east by lands of Led- line------------------ -2n 18e I95-OC 4 10

.h', with Reese, north by G f .c F.MCKh\un:..___::-___ :sw34 and n3n ; of ... 2 18e 2-1C 425
:;f.';;' B & F Railroad, west by CF M Khaun__.._.... all----------------------- 32 2s 18e 1J.1( 12 OR''_ i
tom; west boundary line of C F McKhaun., ._......- se34 of nw34 and wj': of ,

:" said 16 south. by public ;; nw14__.___u__.___._ _:._ 8 3i1 ISe .1JJ 279
*-1'. road--____________ ._133 3s lie 12 379 J.A Atwood.---:.,..+.. G A Smithson, Agtneof J1t
PIi .TODC..t- ...- lots 3 and. 4 In Snowden'* r noJ- .-_.__hn__..___.- 31 3s i8e 4l 1 S
.'.- survey of nw>4 of neJ..i Unknown__--.._. -,-:..- nwj4 pf nw3' and sel4ofnw4 .
i>--.. .;.. 1"/.;. acre in n'i.' of ;' and n' of ee!..:.: 1 4s 18e 161< 3 97 .
ne.-- _. ._-- --. 33 3s 17e 6-57 480 Unknown .....___.;_- sw3ofnw14-------- _._. 5 4s IRe -i< I. -
I Ana Colmaa..,_. li acre in'a'square bounded Unknown------------_ iIS of sw34-----__. ___ 5 4s lSe .Be 2-tit ....
' north by the lot of Aron Unknown =-._.__._:n.._ iw.14 of ne!"..____.____.:--.__ 7Iii 18e4( 129
'$ ' ::F -4 street in lot-, Dorches Heir of Gilb'rt Francis s3:of ne3i------------ ___': 19Is 18e '8(1 3 4') Clothing Man. Mr.
.11'1' survey of nl; of ne34.,_, 3:1 311 17e 34 '319 Unknown.1.--_ nw'. ofne 4'h _' ':_-. u.1: 4slSe 4(] -2-13
)t bin on.-t..f.. acres in nef4 of n 111' 34 f"lf IJ 'l'homa\... ____-. nw3' of se'4 les8"two acres- Futch's Prices
-' bounded north by Isaac n southwest corner_-__ r3 -Is 1Re 3t3 2 36 are
rf'-" Robinson south by G W J T Summerl 11L_____ ten. acres off west side of "Sweeping the Field"
-'t:;; Waldron, east by E B. T '; nea of nw34 and nw34 of
_; Hall---___.- -__/_...--.. 3s 1ft' :? 386 : nw34--------------------. 225 4s ISe 51' with. the speed of- .
'lolualOn"'r-__'- one square beginning one C H J: of n.!, and nwL. of sw34._ =5Ii 18e :n.( 3 o I

il-;;;;;, 'acre'north of southeast s W S ne3a..___-__..._:. .___._..:_. :!iIs 18e 16(, 47') The
i- corner of nw>4 of i nwJ4 R 11 lot five in block 17 In town Lightning Express .

3, tS-- ''bounded southby, acre of Hagen____- _._.____:_ 36')
..$!: ;::--- 'now owned by Edward J G. lot one- in block 111 in town-

.:( ._ and Gertrude Johnson_ 33 3j 17e I 2 1).') of Hagen.o&.___.__.... I'-: 89 rsJs.Gxf .+::'i
GertrudeJohnson. 1 acre in southeast corner of nwJ- of se',.....-..._ ___ m__,:!;! -Is laeKJ 2 fJ6 "
'' YSs;:? nwjj of nwj.-...._?_.. 33 3s 17e J 155 ; nw!. ohwJ.h.h._'. -Iii ISe 4C 200
Qin... ..,._.. ._. 3' ; of a 3 acre lot hounded 31.! of nwL'. ohe .'--_ _.--u.3.) -Is IRe X Ri
"...,. .-" ;: north by lands of George s1.. of nwof sw!. ___ ..... u.36Is IRe 20 87
; Washington. e by Robert -. J D e'. ofswl..: and nw14of 8eh 4 58 18e 1:1 384
t:' 4 .:" Jones, south by G W Uk' uwi4of sW4------------- 18 5s 1 e&I) 150 And he is MAKING
-t- ,, : -.: Waldron, west by Arthur w!; ofnwi4and wig of---9 4 ;:;; a! lSe 16 J 347
.r. 1Ii : .. Griffin in ne.>4 of L at seJ.( ohwl" and 8W .i Ofs 14u; 5s 1St' au 273 SPECIAL RUNS in

c.: "" nw :.__ --. '_.; u-.. 3s 17e 1t,.: 301 nt& ne34 of ne34 and ni: of awls SUMMER
via Idaasiew:....,,__ begin southwest corner and 8w34 of nw.i-._-..oo 31 610 IRe 16CI 40 CLOTH-
of lands of James L & loti '- 6a IRe 100 265
L-: Cray ING-both Ladies and

: ?.w -.. ... 35 run yards east,70 west yards 70, yards ruSrtb .. "- .E T lot Gents; Ladies Oxfords .

r'4 ning south-in 35'nei yards of to nwji begin-.___ 33 33 17e 1 2 :5 Rouse--------------- Sandals and Shoes-

.'4_ --, ..._ lots 5, 6 and 9 in block A 3a' 3. 0):1:
Bendhine addition___ 33 3i1 lie W-liX) 2I;) B W lot

-.IJ" '''f 1-'" lots J, 2, 3.I, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, .
"."":.'J ; Ii,- 12 and 13 in block B j oneandtwoi----------. !, -I 5-5
t Ikndhine addition In'i G.W lot

s...} nw4 of nw.4---_ .. -?. 3 3>1 17e 2 399 e
e Kirby ;. ',. three acres bounded west. by = T
James Gray, north ty 1.&: 3 00
,d Riley Lucuc, east by lot. 1 1
George Washington inne4 : :

.-, ..... of nw!!... ________-. 33 3s 17e g 229 t -I a5i
7 ednburp heirsacres east and west by 1 lot ,
north and south in southeast -
!t 't corner .of ne'i of town of Lake City n... .2ti 1.33
x : lot westhalfof tia.
neI4.----- 33 3s 17e 2 146 .
R'TIa4mu..___ _.._ 4 acres in southwest corner northwest division In /
-i ':.: of nel4of nw!i--------- 33s lie 4 320 town.of Lake City.____ 3, 6 38 .
.Vk P Railway. Co.__ lots C, D, G, H, il and N S lot thirty,' soutb.half 0 f :
_4 -' easttwo-thirdsnrtbwest
innw4o' awl -:1-& as 17e 633 .
UledmaD_:,;.?....._ 5 acres in northwest corner division in town of Lake .
"" S of sw.V 4of 'ne !.,.._'n..._ 33J 17e 5 '1 58 City-------------------: 331. 133 1
Silvia -
Persons lot > one-third
thIrty, west I-
.. i Alexandernw34 of nw!. less one acre in ; .
,'oc__ S southwest'corner._______ 3. 3s lie 39 4 10 northwest division In \ ;
1. NaIdrof_ _. _. of sw3 and of town of Lake City___ 331 5-19 '
; el_ 4' w3i! w,o' Gents Felt and Straw
R DI Green.n...__....
$, of se'.. _. __-.---.- ----.3- 3s 17t'I 73 thirty.four and thirty-
,1S' _,_..- ._...._. elL of sea: .___.._........_..__ 3$ 17e 40 128 eve northwest divislo Hats, Mackintosches- ,
Wadki j ,,-..;. nw54 of nw4! of nwJi----- _:_ I 4s lie 10 &) In town 9f Lake City...: 2 3-58
*4 ..._"-".. sw33t of nw3;; of nwJ4'--- 1 4t 17e 10 bO Louise Tatum._.__.:.. lot thirty-t'llht.: noflhwest ; '. and the only place to :
llrah E !lper_. JW,14 less S acres off southwest division of town of Lake .
Ct1.--------- =. 1 268 get the Celebrated
corner.. __ 1 4i ire 130 I 5 73 ---- ,
-3-lyildr of.. ...-_. se!" of '>>w<.; less 4 acres-n.-to Mr8.R. H LoYier..c';.... lots fiftyfour and, Majestic Shirts See '
,:-- railroad .. wl.rof ._______ 2 -Is 17e 36 158 northwest division In -- ,
[ Heiberf er heirs, w>; e!- of ne>4*..._____;.. 4 4s 17e 40 3 08 Heirs of Sheffield lot town of Lake fraction City_____= .:'.:i 8 rig my line of Gents and -

"," ,.,...,.._,__ WiW s of ne4 less 15 acres in Mary fifty-nine east
w'\ northeast corners __._n__ -I 4s 17e 65 2 83 Isaac Hart,agt one-half. northwest d t. Ladies Umbrellas and :

Gordo,,_.;.__._ s} of nt'i of nw>|.____-.?_ 4 4s 17e 20 86 vision i9 town of'Lake' t.,
: City _.= . .= 1 Parasols- _..
IlcRhaun t9 69 -
:.::.._ ney of nwy.------------ \I 43 lie 40 ? 82 -- -- -- -
Randall tia northwest -
> Johnson.lotseventy.
r4 E Harperfive acres o.ff northeast corn ..
h.-"I<- er of nw)4 of nw4."___._. I. 4s 17e17e 5 .66Burnett vision- town of Lake .
Cite __ ..._- __
2 3 03
n. unn
..... heirs tWolIf interest in s}i of Randal '
Johnson. .
: .' (lW. ..... 17 4i1 321 149 block northwest divis-
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"Fife_.. ._. _. ors of sell _.__!.__- -___ ___ 17 .a8 lie 80 312 Ion in the town of Lake .' I
r :- ._____ _..___.____.
L BIlrnett." rae3tof: se4--.=..-.:. ___.. 18 4a 17e 40 1 81 = .4 455 5-
"Balfud_",:"",: *xS* -....._......_.___......... 19 48 17e 337 11 2-1 Heirs of C B Benedick block I, fraction northwest .
I.. ........ T S Chalker agt division In town of-Lake_ ., ,
_._._ northeast
begin at corner
City -__..._--_....I' .___: \ fiR
:: 1;' S \; of nej4'and run south 352 RB )[Uls..___:....._ block D, lot -six. tn northern .. a
; yards, west 660 yards, '
division In town of Lake -
3 ",. ,
,. north 352 yards, east 660 City .n__....________.=._ .. 838. .
.. lie48 298
yards to beginning.. -- 26 4s ..... .____ ,
Luther bloclc lot In northern
a geiwti.. ,iswU Of 8W, 4,_.___....".-.,._. 31 4i1 17e 40 184 Day. division D. one in town of Lake it ,

llutbam.; nwl4 of 36 48 lie 40 184 City____u__:.______-.__. 223'

'tolockp"ZIIIther...........,... nw>4 of of e i3w4 2.., 58 58 lie 17e 40 40 213 129 Louise Hogan....____. block D, one-fourth acre,. .
bounded north railroad
,, NI.M. .... ..".. 0 f "_.. 5s lie 20 1 13 by "
t.&- .::; e3' of .". .,,... lie 80 3 12 west b9 S H Bad-. .

.lea....ttcki.: __..-..-. 16)4 of 9 58 17e 120fiO 541 Icy inthetownof In nortberl -divisIon Lake .. -
" :
.,,. .COttoD... ,. six acres ... ...
._t ,- City ---:- ------. 34 3 33
d er of -9 5s 17e .fi 66. Louise Johnlion.._____. block D one-fourth acre
Carothere--- wti of Dw 9 5s I.e. 3I..) Louise ....
- -:. '.c-ttOD......... !i'i of Ho bounded ana, north east by and west .-

"" ,;, and by I:; S Hadley south by .

W:l1 haac. _... >lJ'and of 10( 58 5s I7e I7e 220 80 533. '-1-3 northern Washington, street town, In '..

Ar-'t-. <' ...?...- "el.i" of : 58 lie ) J of Lake City division___....___ !4 2 64
"'j-;: t five acres se34------------------ 40o Charles Johnson_______ block Eo south.half of a lot .

'Coae liio....,Caldwell rie3;er of of ..1. 58 58 17e17e 40 155 96 .. l bounded street north by eallt-WashIngton by- .'

=._---- nW'4 of 58 17e 40 1 81 :' SaUle Buckman west by A:1
lie 80 213
Atoaseatt ;. et of 8W 515 '. ; .;.0-- Jack hey, In northern Something to suit the 1
"- nw J4, of ." .
: .. '; .. h' 342 division In town of Lake '
> 24 58 lie 75 most -
ne fastideous. '
4 .. 1 4 22Raney' ; :1-
...fJ ;;.....;. '?6}.: Grants___ 5 .
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.. ,.. nw1. '. '- also offering :_ :
4 of n ,'. : -
north special bargains i "-*
'5- a nw34 T is lie 104 543
S Gents Suit
t : ..-C A-, "....___ 26 acres 5 13 Cases--$3. j.,
'" 311
of ne 2g 58 17e Unknown ___.::"..__.._ to $I5a Now is youropportunity.
; .1;........,", nwU of nw1 less 10 acres 5 ., : '
'h: a off east and 4 acres. :
off south II.lde ,. 58 17e 26
--""'--": -- < 16
.. ___ 68 17e 0 2 13 ; s i :
"-"--::% __-- sw34 of .. :-- -, n. 6 Mrs L L Hunterun... lot -Yours for business ..
40 2 13 ,
.;-... '..- nwl/ of nw1' _. 17 61 17e -
nW4 ne3'4-------- lie 40 2 13se4 '
31 63
J..or. ., of northern division .
-, ":"-'i.:-.-".,..7.. of 6i lie 40 129 of Lake City---=__ tOWDI_____ I '.It 6 37 ,E.S FLITCH
-K. lie 40 129
_: ._.. ne4 of beg--------L---------3- 'is ,
."t.-: .,._ QW of is. I7e 40 2 13 Subscribe for the Crr1uN.J PORTD. 'Keeps you posted on County,affairs. .
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1'111'T: NAY- )OF,OWNER" DESCRIPTION -.AmtTaua. ands .. I Brown's' Surprise Store r1

;r S T R A-Costs- s

Lucy Hndson.!,..' tot ninety.s, begin 98- f
.' ,"and two-third feet South 1-. .. LAWNS ./,!' ;
\ of north-west comer, !_ ._/ .... WINDOW' SHADES 7c_ ,_white ,Lawns for ,oc
south 5-nnd two-third '. < <, Good Pelt Shades..,.. .--.-ZtOe 1Oc..._ .> .. 7c t
I .,' feet, east 105 feet, north i:': Good Linen Shades.i' ..__ 121c---. ., ", .lOcUc .--
,; < .; 5 -and 'twOthird feet, ', :i ir: =.r' .:' Betterquality---, --==-'.- _35c 18c___- --._ a -

., -"..;... west -106 feet 'ta beginingin"northern ."' DOMESTICS' DRESS GOODSAll 1

., -'. --- division Se"lianc and of the latest.effects in work :
if :: :..,, :', town of ,Lake City_!___ 5.5 y Good 7c grade yard-wid 20yards- for..*_61_____*l (JO ? goods, good 6c and 7c Lawns 5c :-
Mariah" is'If ._____ 'lot nin ty- ix, south a t. ,;, Fruit of the loom Bleaching...... 9cFearless lOc and U'Jc Lawns for. -- 9c

qurter in nothern dlV ,. -. ti \ Bleaching, the. brand FANSYe's
gF- in of Lake -.J .we sell ,sO,much of-soft and we're -got'them from the 2 for '_
; : "' ,. = ..
___.t 8C"
.' -smooth ,-n- -e --' for 12 Silk Gauze.
: Cl'ty' -- .. } 1 69_ ,.,'. T 5c palms to one
--- ------ '" Good tOe
,If ,' y ,' Unknown, ....'___i__ lot. ninetysixi south-half ;h :: r. .f -:' (ONDERVESTS and SHIRTS for men '
'" ,of ,nw.m northern di- .: BELTS women and Shildren.
... vision. in town of Lake .' -":.' You wlllalway find the Latest Sty lef, HOSIERY t
". .
lr City __u'u.-'u.u__ __ .12j168... ... are $o be found here. All the Latest Stripes.. Dots, etc., -
Lulu Stevens.Toni lot one hundred, north- .. '., SHEOS AND SLIPPERSWe the prices,are cut to the heart. '
t Women and Childrens t
Men, good
Page,:agt east q.uarter in northern '. are overstocked and must close Socks'and Stockings 5c per pair. ;
division town of Lak tJ'A ; = ,'" -' :them out regardless of, coat,'if you Our lOc' black and tan are match-

City..u .- i 8 .:... 'are looking lor real Bargains bring less. Our. loc fancy socks are -
1 Steven Robinson.,.. lot one-hundred and four, _-- your vet here-we will tit you. beauties.

r lei in the northern- ,

.' vision in' town of ,Lib .

City...:............... : i 491 We sell goods too cheap to cut samples. But we will cut
J H Spears.--:.. lot one-hundred and flee, prices. Get our competitors prices and compare with ours,
sir} of Iwl in northern '
division town of Lake ,Prices closer than: Hats and Caps/-my ,.

City. __........ .... .. .6 i 1 SS they have ever been Brown my! whfltn nchhy Hue .
Heirs of R Spencer.. lot one-hundre and fin,
80uthen8t-qunrt, north shaved in Lake City. SURPRISE we ,]have. All the lat-i :

t'rn division, ill town 0LakeCity We have a new, and es-t yles:, cheaper

__ ... ,,_ Store
; u.: I1 5.) than '
date stock.- AVe could
Unknown ..._..... lot one-hundI't'hndeight, t80uth.half Up to you buy'
in northern were fortunate in picking is the place them in New York. _

""".':". division town of Lake bargains while in to buy. Goods must! he t t'fli'

City..u __ _...___... 638 .. ';
SA ScottJamesWaters.________ lot -hundrM and nine, the Eastern markets. to he appreciated.Embrodiery i

je! in northern: divie1oli ollt .balfwhat others chargeRibbons and Laces ;>i !

in town of tab i .!
CitY-----------------_ 633 _
'- _.___ lot one-hundrPd and AirtPt'n AmtTaxesl '
in northern WANTED Reliable iaaX
i \ nei NAME, OF OWl ER : DESCRIPTION andS Manager of Branch Office we risks
.;-... division town of Lake T R' A Cost I open in this vicinity If your rem .

City-------------- _:.. i 638 A Q lIaUadll,y_ Jot three-hundred: lllldt k i is O.: K. here is an opportunity. lilt :
u u I '
Mrs W A McQuaigr.Thomas ., lot on south..astquarter t'xct'pt ly give good reference when vritiq
twenty seven, ..- THEA. .
G MoRmsWuot sttBiXS
ii) western divisionin three and three-fourth, I'I; CtNCLYNATTI0I0. -. ,
: : I town of LUke City__ 11 95 acres, in southern di. ; i' I Illustrated catalogue 4 dUUmIi

McCov. lot fortJ.wight, l.wgin at Vision in town of Lake, I -. --

I southeast corner" and run City-------------= _' 8.75, 673 .'. :
I -
north 111 feet" west 105 W A Niblack_____ lot three. hundred and l'I 1twt'ntYt'ight [)r. W. fl. Ives, Jr '.
.... feet, south 46 fretwet! in 1 I 1\\
south; I ,
," five feet, south 65 feet, .. ern division in town of, I I i : ; PHYSICIAN AND SURCEOS ;

east 111 fOt't to begin- Lake City----u-u: i I" i 653oover LAKE CITY FLA. PROSE J18.. '

ing, in central division Dr W R Or ._ block B
.... two acres a
-- Inj.
.cI town of Lake City____ .27 9 50' northwest I '-----
I corner, town!
Mrs L'L. Hunter. .. lot fifty-four, in central of Fort White---------!: .}; l 1,, 4.2rett J. D. CALLAWAY, --; .

I division town of Lab Mrs Ida Len'] .. ._ block K, two. !i ; ,j. BROKER t
__ _____ ___ 11576 acres, in the northeast: ( j r- -I REAL ESTATE r
J. Heirs of N Thomas.. -o t\\'Q-hundred and thir- corner of the town ofl I 6 INSURANCE

ty.four, in eastern division Fort hite__ __ __ __ __ _; f I.; { 'it f.10u Uake City Fla.' ,"-j:l'

:., in town- of Lab Unknown _____ block L, south.half exeept 1
City._.__ ____._...___ 6.".'5 7.11 --- one-half I I .r .. .

:Asa Richards_..___ lot two-hundred and thirstyfive off south side,nn in acre the i I _1 1 OTIS R. PARKER, ;

; in eastern dieviaion' town of Fort White_._ !! '2.2 5 2.4lams. ,

in town of Lab :sirsbld Will __ block 0, in the town of ,I. Attorney At .'La

City------------------ 1.2 169 Fort White. _____ ___ __. I i 1911 700I
William Rafe...... lot two-hundred and thir- :1lra i r :
F BynulJ 11._- .. 0 t 8e\"en'lI! the town of I FIAT'
ty.nine in eaarern die I !
'vision in town of Lake" C F Holland__ __. lot ten, -I !: I If 700 .
Heirs of Mrs E ASwithsonr CitY.__...._..._.___._ 2 3 00_ Fort White--------------- i i 85 T\R. J. L NIBLACK, :4fj

1.. I -.' lvttwo-hundredaud fifty, Unknown u____n..lots !. I'' PHYSICIAN. AND SURGE.I i
middle one.thirdin east 2;' fifteen, south of rail1 i ; Essidence Phone I* 41. i
em division town 0 I} Headquarters at \VL E'S Dnnt
road in the town of ; will he ;
messages left bare -$ \
Lake Cit : __. .__ 856 Fort White-------_ :_ : i I 4 10 promptly attended ta. ;i

$ _-- Heirs of JFBa. a... lot two-hundred and six __ Unknown _..___ ___ lot thirty. five, fraction: :I' I, :j'. I, LAKE CITY FLORID, -..! ,
ty-five; awl in eastern .in the town 'of Fort I : f ,
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v division town of Lake White ____ 1I.I. l' 2 13 1

,i" .9. 68 Unknown ___. .. .- ot thlrtY.lIeven nUU.n., A Bona-Fide Salary ,J j!
-- t _
T,J-Euans..u.:=... lot i :' $12 Weekly. :!
the town of
I -' |
Fort -
White I 4 10 Men and to appoint IfI\iIll
women i
:- ----------- ,1
i -. Elder.Jordon lot forty-elght; ] ; represent us. some to traw wj j
> nnu : ,. *
1800 I for local ork. Hi weekly 1
4 in the town of Fort 1.,1 Old established sspleasant \:
W A Niblack______. lot y i i' expenses.permanent posUWW WJ j!
Whiten-I I'" I; 4 94 advancement and increase of J1P #
t Unknown. _.._ i 1 Write. at once. Addrt I
ofj ALOES. !
i 21950 i BUTLER &
northwest quarter in, ; dT DepL E. Siw HATH CM*
jL W A-Niblack__..___ ,
: ,">" I JI I
the town of Ft White__ 1211 1 59 _--- -- -,
tda'J Bardin:.:: lot fifty.two, north.half ,
--- : :
II .
2 4 > :
fir ; : !S. of southwest quarter- DR. E. RIVIERE ,*]I
F_ W Niblack..__..:__ lot r -
in the town of Fort I' I DENTIST, i I

I _'..' .,'Vhlte---- ._.._-_ 1. I 12400* lw
i .8912 00 : Piiw'
Office in the of I
Unknown ; :_ lot fifty.two, twee- I upstairs rear' ]
Mrs,Bettie. Baya___. ,!Jot nUu ty feet wide strIp off south I I I Store. WirE CITY Fi "; t.E

side of !outhwest-quart. i t
\ 1 L. E, ROBEIiS lI. A. B Sttsu : t
City-------------------------- in the town of Fort .
er j i i I Jasper Fla. I we 1 f
t 11 73 SMALL' I f
.JI. H. Summel'1 u___ White----------------------' .1 l I j I AT u 1

"- town White__ 1 121159 LAKE CITY AND JASPER, FU. a; l

"- Che8holm & Broxey. lot fifty-four, twenty feet ; I Will do a general practice 1s Stsa d t
11320 udcoa .
Federal courts. Collections ..'"i
I off west side of east- : Ing. Lake City office: Second Ito ,!
..S B ____ Jot
Thompson: half.of northwest-quar. f I, zant Block, IUsIff. t
: assigneeUnknowu
in the ---
.. ter town of Forti i f

.. 270 .. White.------------ ;i 8 26' T. R. HODCES i
/ : } Unknownu._.___._.Iot BerentY-iix ; : !
north-halfl ,
._u__._.. lot .._ .. i .. and i
of southwest .
quarter, ....: Attorney at Law '
i ', _. in the town of Fort'' 1 ;:!;' licitor in Chancery' :

/ 3.3 1 '32 .: p White, ---..--=.-'----- --.. _'. 'I, """.'1,499r ;; NOTARY PUBLIC, it!' !t
'. '. Heirs of Mar Scott lot eighty eight, north- ::. -.1 i.1It Special!' attention given tOCoJllot Qe*** 4'
H ,P lot 1 *
Baya.H : lections and Jr
-----J- Robert'Sca< r I t
agt _N18t-quarte itlhe town ,Mortgages and all other 1.4papers .
... : o' r.r.of Fort White.1;i 59 nando Otdce street.: lb Her- j'

_s& Unknown u__'_r- :- Iota one-hund ed and t\feD ; i. j I' near Baptist Cburcl.PHOiiBNaH. :
: .
..southern division town -. : -
U', ty-three--and ne-hun. ,
1 f: ,
of ,Lakg.City--_.._: : 2268 dl'Pd and hverity.four in t = .
P Bava._ lot three hundred and OLIllER1
=f the town of Ft Whitt u i i'. ; 2i"2(23 T. B. ;
I .- :t '. twenty fire, and Calvin Brown.--__--;block C, in the towp, 0 II j ATTORNY-AT i ii.Aks
one, two:and three in -. I Fort White-. t. Cirr, ,u. iJ;
;- :
'I '. '. block 1, rind lot 800 in Unknown uu.____--three and a half ,acres'" ;in; : 1J415fc' COMMERCIAL: COLLECTIOS3A !
block 3, and lots ten, .r the eastern division SPECIALTY. 4 -p
11 eleven and tweIvQ in Office stain ** .;
southeast comer : Marion street.up t
t in the r.A. Perry's building formerly ocrt?'__t
block 4
.naya survey; town of Fort WhiteI I '' Boozer &Callaway. il!!!'
outhem division town 3JS223 Practice in all State Court prifflg. !
ion: to ail Bnsines. Mortgage* ,
f 'Of Lake City_ ___ 8 88 JONES, drawn and acknowledgements U
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Tax.Collector, Columbia County, Florida. janl-K) COLUHBIlr COffttL.,:j:

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Plant 5ystern.Th .. THEUNWELCONE!
: fhe"uJre And'duchess of Menchev '

ter occupied seats on the bench-of the
Great Through Car Line .From Florida: ''I Cincinnati police court Tt'cenUy'and ..

.p. 1 witnessed the disposal of a number of

CONNECTIONS : petty eases at, short range. '
., '. Tfe Atlantic Coast Line, "Ia Charleston Richmond In I! QUE5T
E t-1 Wa ibington. ,' and his 33 years of life the young y
} The Southern marquis of Queensberry who recently
Railway via
and succeeded his
Auga1L Washington. father has seen a good
&:. '''' deal of the world. He has served in the ,...

: ', militia has been a sailor explorer and him with horror >
The Southern railway via JeSsUp You may recoil from
The Louisville & Nash'l11"Ia Montgomery.Atlanta Chattanooga mining expert, and the fortune he has but you cannot evade him. The

,=WestIsttamsnip.., } The Southern U'y via Savannah Columbia and Abhville made unaided testifies. to his ability asa Jar young and the vigorous, u well as the

;,{.. The Mobile &_Ohio I'; 1'. Montgomery. financier T old and the feeble are his prey. Be
"',''i- Lord Alrerstone is not very well makes DO distinction. He la an unwelcome

Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship known, but Sir Richard Webster i*,and guest in many homes today.lie .
Company for New enters the palace of the king with
t. York Philadelphia both names belong to the
and Boston. one person ,
and makes himself at home
_. } Via Savannah and lord it
Merchtnta& chief
Miners Transportation present justice of England.
." in the abode of the humble. No homeis
Company for Baltimore. After being called to the bar he made too grand for him to enter and none

'wtm' 1,500 in his first year and $ .OOO in his r4 ( so modest that he will pass U by.
second year and for ears be- Of do not care to entertain -
JaDd } Via Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Cu.SAYANA. many ) / course you
for his .. the
promotion to the bench he was this guest You may slam

= making $100,000 per annum. door in his face and bar every windowin

Jo rascouJi ir Princess Louis (duchess of your house but he will enter on the

I Jprince- Islander EdIJne for Halifax, Hawkesberry and Charlottestown. the queen to be placed t-xtcute over a statue the new of -c day track.leaving despair and death in his

*" western porch Manchester: cathedral The beat thing for you to do when
Wlfliw Tourists Tickets will be on sale *44 I
LutSMUen States to all rlorlda Resorts via tbroughout Plant System the Northern.. during the Eastern season ha exI reefed the wish that it he pays you a visit is to treat him
Klttl to return until May list, with liberal stop-over prh11egesln rlorida.tddresus may be her gift and a remembrance of right. Treat him properly and promptly .
...''-, inforinaUon of parties and to handsome the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally the time when the duke and her royal tt and he can have no terror for you.

-4 will r advertising matter. highness t connected with Man. Treat him lightly and with delay and

jortoiarmitton U to Bates, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., call on or write to Chester through his membership for he will fasten those lean fingers of his
'"; -- "' T.M. ,JoiXT.Division Passenger Agent. the southern division. I deep down npon some vital organ and
;:; 1S8 W.Day 5tr. Astor Block.Jacksonville. via then you are undone.

'D ni Cu1 Superintendent a W..Watra.Past Trame Mgr.. Earl Roberts ("Itooa"). who has just 4 Grip Is a dreadful disease. striken

';.' .-:' Savannah Ga Sarannah.(Ia.jvruLtb been given his title by Queen Victoria .. deep. It uncovers every weak spot In
U a son of rapt. Charles: Roberts who your body. Weak luugs may mean

commanded the British forces that Consumption. A slight derangement of the kidneys may mean Bright's
took Fort Mackinac from the Ameri. Disease. Heart Trouble is followed by Heart Failure. Every vulnerable

SEABOARD cans early in the war of 1812. Capt. point is reached by Grip. -
AIRLINE Robert with his soldiers and a large Quinine is too slow to cope with Grip Don't use it Discard it at once.

body of Indians, took the fort The issue of Grip is Life or Death or worse than Death. A once strong man
entirely I with all the life and energy sapped out.of him is a pitiful thing. Death is
by surprise, as the Americans did not
better than such existence.
an ,'
know that war had been declared. GRIP. It will
JOHNSON'S TONIC WILL cure everyman
every woman and every child that will take it. U is a Superb Grip Cure, driving
= fi DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. INDUSTRIAL ITEMS. every trace of grip potson Crow the system. H does Its work quickly effectively. Itaruat
; z once. In an hour It enters the blood and begins to neutralize the Grip Foiaon; within
"r.: a day it place tbe victim beyond the point ot danger: and before t.lJeeDd of the week ruddy

{'yUkLHL gA Z at.I es ys SOTTHEKN DIVISION.) : t.-! Si Tinware was first made ia this cueeKi Those attest who tbe take return the Tonic to perfect and health.depend solely upon it are safe. Those who do not do 10
'' 740pj country in 1770. place t.IJolrllvea la Jeopardy. it U a wonderful medicine, and Is 1UO times better than
4 Lv
kcey-nle,, ,
-1y JUpU5p'
JackiUDYlUe--I..e.I a II su P t Quinine, fioing In a single day that which the slow and uncertain Quinine can not do In
11301 9 4-UUp Ar ... ._
trrssadlaa ,- ___ U7 a 9 lb p Coral both white and red, ia foundon ,list alL
l: 1? 9 #) Waldo_____ ._ tea days
h tllerett ;, rl .' ;11 a'llI f.j p the Florida coast. Keep a bottle of this Tonic always on band. You may need It any moment, and when
GlIne"vlUe--: __#h: 13 p._ __ I you want it you want it badly. Men have driven over rough roads for:Zi mile to get It.
nu--. IMp tit a't ''- "Cedar Key_.._. ?_ .3.1' ..._ Russian gold mines average aa an- If the price were$100.00, none should consider this too high when compared with the
39 V il a .-.---. Sliver Spring __ ...__ 1 is returned to who U not
U does. The Is 50 cents, and this amount every buyer
(>&p i 3d a__..__. Ocala_______ _'__ I 1 uO a nual yield cf 66,663 pounds.In good with the Tonic price.
Step S 370 .__. -Wildwood_.____. .__.. 2 la; 1MM the mineral products of the pleased BUY A BOTTLE OF JOIDiSON'S CHILL AND FEVER TONIC TO.DAY.I .
749 ._ __
unp a- Leesburg S :1-:11I a
{U is p'8fOi'.. ., "Tavares"Orlando_- _.:....__ .___. s 3)11.. a era United States amounted to $619,000-
> ..._ ___'_r_ b 7:111: a 000 and in.1i99 to J76,000,000. B.
I S4 a W IT>!-? Winter Park___..._ _" b ._.___ A GIRARDEAU
Va-T i 3la'__..... Dade City _____I....-:] 4 4Uua Skimmed milk has get into the In- I
k oe4 (4aawutal Plant City..____. __ 4 M & to a dustries, and ia to found
.._ ., 7 uo y. ._. Tampa__,_____ ___ faIII pl 6 lid no\y to be SAVANNAH GA.Mr. .
tliltirore111 i a llDIV. worth more to paper makers than five I
I M pi 8 Ma30a cent.* a quart. -
| *Connection made at Fernandina =-- ,
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William AValdorf Astor's reinstatement A
with Cumberland route steamers press dispatch notes that the

leaving Fernandina 1:30 p. nu daily Application for Permit. in English society has Germans are leaving Pekin. B t

5 except Sunday arriving Brunswick NOTICE: .OF LIQUORS APPLICATION,WIN W ASI FOB) BEIB.PKBU1T Public TO given quite an impetus to the pink probably for the obvious reason that

p.m. notice is hereby given that A. Uahlm bas tea trade of that country. they could not take Pekin with them.
flied with tbe Board ot county commissioners -
.A N.O. tLeave Fernandina' for Jacksonville of Columbia county Florida his application ,
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i.T:0a for tbe and sell liquors
Ctt ..... ...II 17 aI 7:40 a. m. and 4:50 p. m. ,wines and beer in permit Election DistrictNo. 1lT< '<)'< >!< ()!()!<)!(...() ()....()..<)!()..()!()...()..()!< <)...<)!<>!< >!.(.".
( C, of said county and State: that such & &.:& ili &;;
-+-c- --- UpIJSKp application mill Le acted tbe aid
on by
Arrivals at Jacksonville
from the f
tie ... ... ., _. ... Hoard of county commissioners at "tbeir .
Hip North and East No. 37 8:5J a. m., No. next regular meeting,which will be held on M
1---' .... .. i 4 12e.tip 27 9:15 a. m., No. 31 6:10 p. m. From the drat Tuesday In July, A. .,.. IMit. at ID H
clock in ol said and the
ibe forenoon
. ,pIU5Up the West No. 2 725 day. M
.. S p. m. From the said Hoard hereby calls upon any citizen ot J H. .
South No. 24 at 8 a. m., :Yo. ti6 at I such Election District,,'bO'may desire to do Briggs
llfia 3:55 m. KO. to show cause,if any there I.e. at tbe said Y
.orkaaa 7 :o a p. next regular meeting ot said Hoard it by '
such permit shall not be granted to the applicant B
So.44 the Fta and Metropolitan Limited vestibuled-triLin between liy order of the Boacd ot county PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
rilleandNew Yarn via Richmond and commissioners ol Columbia county.Florida. sex
Washington including draw- This tbe 3rd day of June. A. U., 1901. -
(NM,dining and observaman. buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonville ISKAL M. M SCAKBOKODCH Clerk.
Now located in the Rear end of the Block -
THapa.- N Perry on Orange St. KViK
....Ha and Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train, consisting of day .
mill baggage and express cars between Jacksonville and Wash Application for Permit. With V
i of
a Large Material.M.
Supply Plumbing
aatf Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville and New York. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB PERMIT TO ||

n for Key West and Uayanna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays Tues- LIQtOKS.WI.VKSANUUEEKPublic
notice is hereby given that J. R. Rogers .:
.ThundaYIUOO p. m. has filed with the Hoard ot county commissioner ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. t-l
Sand 1, deeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. *of Columbia county "Florida his { .
tefonuotlon at City Ticket office 2U2 W. Bay street. Telephone 260. application for tbe right and a permit to sell ,
liquors wines and beer In Election District r
No. Hi,of said county and State; that such- .
JAS. M. BARR, Pv. E. L. BUNCH application will be acted on bY- tbe said \
: Gen'l Sup't. Gen. Pass. Agent. board of county commissioners at their next < ).O )..O.O ).().O.().( ()..<).i).< ).<>.-<>.<>..0..<) )+<) "' ()j ;
regular meeting. w huh will be held on the
0- *" Portsmouth Va. first Tuesday in July.A.D.. lit, at U>o'clock __ __ __ ____._ I .
HXJAClONELLAiUtant" Gen. Passenger Agent Jacksonville. Fla. in tbe forenoon of said day and tbe said .
c.- Board bereby calls UIMIU any citizen ot such i
-. Election district wbo may desire to do so to
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show cause if any there be, at the said next
5_ regular meeting of said Hoard. why such
_OA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. permit snail not be granted to the appli-
cant. By order of the Hoard of county commissioners .
of ,Columbia county. Florida.
This the 3rd day ot Jure A. V.. lUUl.IsILLI Southern



Subject to change without public notice. Railway : J

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r Ulu, j Lv..,......Murvit..........:........ArUiuUiiu 4 l.> p ill 4 IUa iu
ba .. ... ... ..._............. :2 48 p til 2 52 a m DIRECT TIME TO
E4 as I i p Mi .. .......Vienna .. .....:.......-.. 225pm 231all1 L.IIVE5-QU1CK
$.a lalpus 2 *"4P iu 21i.1n OMsbiagtox Baltimore Philadelphia
.j; IlIIl'm Lv. .. ......for dele.................Ar 208p m 215a iu ,
It lIp lit .. ..Atliburn,................. 1 alp iu 1 35 a mEl new York, hicm, !
', ,: alp ... \r. ... ... .Tifion.................LV 12 sip in 1 OOa toE JOIISVlllt, Atlanta EIB lntxgbam, ::
) $ : r .. ........'liiton. ........:.......Ar 12 35 p iuir 12 55 a iu ,
,,:. .11.'I11 III LvW.,... ... ....Sparks.... ........S ... 12 p in 12 2'a m ebalt.tDcog1. mm, St. tOils, Kansas Qtly.
yMila . llrartputr...... ......."*|II SI a m \i: 11 a iu
ay, impSi ,.. ..,V sid..ta.... ...........Lv 11 10&\ m 11 35 p III .1 l AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST.
.a a, lUpta Lv. .,....\'alc.u>,ta .. ...,........,Ar U 10 a m 11 35 p in
gym.. 11161' is ..... ... .Ii+l".r..l 'ia ID 10 34 p HI NO THIS
+ I II .lIIplol ......W..ileiI'riul.1I. ,.............. .1132a m 10 lJ.lpm $ L.INB AFFORDS SERVICE i .
ba' .7 i1 p a Ar.,.......Lake my....... .. ....Lv 9 (M a III 9 40 p in I THE YORK '
its: t :Yip: lit I.,. ....Lake Ciry..... ......._..Ar.baiuptoiiCity. *!j 50 a m 0 2i! p in NEW & FLORIDA EXPRESS
M4 i:ill III . .. ............ .. .. 150.111 11001'11I
.' :r p M .. ....--......lIIpton...,.............. 7 37 a m 7 [,211111 AND THE U. S. FAST MAILTo
Ir 45 I' tit AP........ .Palatk'i: ....*...-.......I.v 6aa m fl 401 ni the East and North.

A ... .... ..Uke .; ..........ArU s 50 a iu I !' 'Mt ni j
a 35 P III !..M..8ami!!on Cit ...: .....Ar 7 40 a in 7 551'111 To the West and NorttoWeat. .
a S Ip P .1'9fille..I.v 645a... I 7 00 a in

The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot 'J

.-< ,,"II xoitni HOUND SCHEDULES.Li Springs N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the ';j
1larott.c ol U Uv S U .t St L Ry. III IViU R U and connertions.apw WHISKEY
s World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to j
: a.t r... I.v ... ?. Lake City............Ar 6 'JO a ni 7 <4> p u: Asheville and Hot Springs North Carolina. )
IU'Q; 1r. .M.ron..I..u Vip m II 'JO a m
p'" m'lIl At-----Atlanta ..... .......1. 3 Sup >u 7 50 iuS SOFTENED BY ACE. :t
._.. UII"&I Ar..t'hattaiintgta...........Lv 2 fop m 05 a in fbOlct of Routes to PaB-flBcrlcan ejpcjitten, Buffalo, @. '?. j.
g "r. ,.....Nashville............l.v 910pm 9 3) p in .'.I'
.a Jilla.u Ar" ..h... .. l Louis.............Lt. a 4t phi 8l6a ni Awarded Gald Uedal at Atlanta Exposition. Through VcsUboled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Car,Through i

3 s'i1blaui. Mr, .. .... ..Ititu'inutll.- .... ..L v|ll tJO IIIln:: w n m Coaches. Excellent Dicing Car Service. .4
m \t.h..k. I.I.\ 7 tJO ........_.. Is the best and purest
-'W' h'r Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with
gat.. lime It bo"n train .'.> not Mop. Rye Whiskey sold the Plant System from Jacksoa\l'le. t#
-:liml4 the"nili Flyer" have through sleeper between St Lonfe. MA. I .1 I
__41+.. Ma. viaViiltlosU. and through .iiii! car au I coacham1'slatka bt- in the South. For Rates Schedule and Information call on or address I .
lor the' of pssseagen iu Unioa Uepot. ilacnnw.
III. ""'-hllllll'acon oiien viium, epot on return until 7:30 a m. ana can be '*ff. T. COSBY Travellog Fa:;enger Agent,lUll W,Bay St.ACKSOSVIU-K,FLA. i
IatiI lust F. BALKE & CO. Proprietors
f 8.H.HAEDVVICK General Ft .engerAgU W.H.TATLOE.AijLGen.Pau.AU :
daAR C. ,
s P"esid ell'. Agent Lake City. Us. CINCINNATI,u. s. A.. WASHINGTON D.C. ATLANTA, GA. ;

Htity Brass Ord n wailed to our trawl G2co will UAlto4 April 25th, 1901.
1M Aseut, II itOJI.ta F l' AJackso viIIe, "la. tea : nearest xetidluj tribuvyt, (

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1 12 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established ,,
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- { I SAVED HIS 1 l .JK** whWlog :i;i|: Nine si HBINE
Arnica: .
Pronounced Incurabla BEEN five' its day the. : I!"i Tenths :f. ...
Mam r.G. A. t
t Etillsoa !- ('i:re glarantt i!
._ tc oIil.writc. : !i of Pure Juices from
j CDDE fiLEY'S KltN by Uco. \V. r'rit Natural RoofcpLGJHTESii8livrSt(3n)2ClianiEfii "
is ma tiug with
\ -. sxj.l rand l Ceas' It.has cured carte wonderful >: :: NO. I all the
canes Isere i
that : !
physicians pronottnc ed ; ( ) !
f rity. I. )cam able to teaif incurabit.f to its I: : by the I: I People 5. w CtesQscstheSjfsmPuiitetkeHSira!
I how, meritsDiy face to day is of the city of .
.. ; a
r o- s.. and teeth i t Cure picture has of made health it such, and yaur I bad Kidney cutlet, ; That \'(. I Suffer cmiES J laaria! em; easss, Gcns p

''E -a, among ed twenty-seven pearx with the du. ing withiii I a:5mp;: Ifed
J t to any e3 and to day I fec .fen I city of Like: j t from a .--_ Digest ii
L c"1- ?ach as to 7ouag er than I did one year ago." I I 11 the ; Eta B me Emafaad; 13 Saks;
e hange? ins- ottaiusome i DloSAO.;ed ,
p'r; wonderfu .
t Se of lift and cafes of its medical rcertifi on : .._'1.-ZLCIIII3r7'i: : ItL;, .+ Id &
qualitie1" the duty of I Liver. PrkM!. GO C'rria, 't.xnoea.
of the city ; : _

l i i.f ( such j ; t I': prld Iy. v. ... &111.l.RDSL1.ocdLtlt.
BANNER SALVE i is the Creat to caifee a I : !#-i'?N,#4'(Rte> Fettil. ,."3Crsfa4tt Ani-
the marshal U|'
:.f( t Sold by Geo. W. Price.: ;: in charge of Sold by Geo. W. Price.

_. ..._- or if the

( r : RUlE'S' SAW r IILL ; or structure, to be T. ':f_ 0T *sT ,.- -T.

I; been inpe
that such 1 p 9 9 9 I I ff
Four 'HlesVest of Lake City.a will be The
First-class Yellow Pine Lumber salved to oriier-and delivered to I at its next Offers to both IUU a food &
of the City on short notice. Address I such Florida cation along the Jlne*of

S. P. BJIELAKECITV' place the of cause such \i Modern TbouQtlt! and #aiVhl..1>

V'-.- _',---- .- -- -- '"'___. I That at such =AgriculturalCollege. = Scientilic,.Literary,

L' P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR council will Industrial Depart menu JLs{
1I complete outfit of
may by apparatct. &
unse.s reduced to a aiaUsta
a ANd. BUILDER i[: is such daugerous decayed to keeping Short-hand, taught, Telegraphy.Few Boot_
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: ; r" I) and E Send for a New Cauiojae toti'

...LAKE CITY FLORIDA.\ .. !! or torn J I 1.1 I F. YUCU I, pres..
.. to be served
A PLEASURE T O QUOTE PRICES.CALL I !_ the owner +: I Lake City, Fla

I\ time as such :'.-4 "' I'. .1'1.z 'J'1'1",..1"1'.1.l:t-l"i'-'i"''' 'l.''W".i .mm_

,. ,,, I. ; shall direct
f".f< .r..aM" e M *n1v JV Va.stMn/oranA ;
V. "'t- r / WHITE'S Cs= notice ihall

'- VOt(rVISi !II tear tiutrn or I Ii
; > if i
L' _T ti-' I
tAS..r // ''htiV h'tw/\/V Mf3 '" """ '''''''' '''''' fail to do so I
{f %$*.'28 IfasTS J Has Led aJ! Wsrs Rv.na5ifA'S ; ; ). :r'i;''i'f.'Y.ti-. I and S|> j I
{ C>LD :uAL: nn.UG-r-rXBTU.: and police.

l E(.n.l-:"....;,Af Ll-----\._.. ......,,",,rv._, r .. Ef.: ,. P.,. BALLRRDt, _.",,.......w:,.. he authorized flail Iderst

Sold Geo. W. Price. l hilp nccc i
I' by | .:: of histlulica

..i down such j

s Nashville, GiiMioooa & St. Louis R j { That of such any -('\\ ,. t. r

', or
AXL) any |

Western and. Atlantic. 'R.. : .R. I ;;it. binder In the (,

"Battlefields prescribed in ..
Line"Throughhleepers -
.e. shall be OI2UEI'o
to J'Lattanooga. N. hiilie!: and St Louis exceeding $"jiii >

: union depots and for alll'ointil"Ist Loui\ille, Ctnciunatli and North-west., Chicago, 4'T at in hard( .i.\ty libor = Lake Ei itg Bottlinj l
(". E. II isu VK G. 1'. .Atlanta,Ca. T M ).,\LK. F 1' A Jack!> of the inaynr. .

=-- .. -- council May 1! 1'f !. Jompanj( ,
:' Fire Storm, Tornado and Cyclone! l:1y27, 1'1 11. I I i j Sy 4
F. P. (' j! fRUt -DEALER -
V :PAN IIS 1:2PIF5INTL11 "'dIst 1
Cool'Drinks, Fruits, Vegeli-
IiiMii.iuce at rI"c'nah\t' rate.. Speedy adjustments. Old in{ |
Oiiicc: Isliirt| in Vmzant Clock. ; Tonic is a
I : out every ; I -bles,, Tobaccos, Cigars: ,
the M-"tetn. i it %
Chalker & Small A t : an hour; it ]
; .
} i U'ginr. to lu ..' Nuts, Raisins, Apples*
poison. i I i| p
I i1 rip ictini '
: >< >t return
I : ill): if it ,'
Carriage: Maker and I Chill and .
eie. : Water 8ar:+paeil1a, Strawberry Ginger At

Ii : Cofflns aad Camels always un band at reasonable prices. Prompt Seltzer Cider, I<;tc.
a; 4>- atti'iitxm to CALLS Day or Niclit. Telegraphic orders promptly at-
f v tended. Masters Sale. J. Davis, Manager.SUMMER .
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c. tin 11 : ami ;
; *-iitfial MI,UT '
,.' liigtivst s-ac ana.lutlio"ill -. : IIIi

'IruuKit the.. > ,
t'lly.o'la. The thrrmomeu-r will goon be cWmbmpto the Summer .f\.T.J .
I I heat mark. You will soon be i31nn? TOll .
contrive t--get along without that, hot
July hi, ./. \ awtullj rangoucan.
"in;: dcstrilx-.l !
ti>r Iait-r.t I
; I > m TRy
4 BL
h sue:.and. IK tug FLMEBlue
ii .Iu\lh. Mite "t
,, ,
;: 'I'nl.1aC
I .. ,,' ,; u'lTh'r Flame mat, an drat heat for cooking .iuif fc
III :Mtn Thirl.. t Il et>ct hut.I1tll.and economiral.. We have Stove you want
aDd is
+> I 1 ::Dg.- bc-\ont -" All size, a great labor saving device.
I I 'utb. oi,the. 1"Io"l j in without cooking utcnsUs.
( :: I--iu' a |
'I lugcirrand; t1aeondur Walt and stint to CKd'T. n.-m-ial Ropair- I kliim :-, -
(\_, a..!,.SolTlallt'11....t"jorMar\I"M".lu'pcnh'tn.\lla"wni t "viianinli1- I'arri'l.'lIIakri..II'Jr<- Miiiios. &.&1.. also ..t"c-il ui I>v ubt J tf. 'k."illo!.!.:.; I -
a.Kill IA' n.f .
J. ] ') ; ., ,aid dot c. and .
( A. ,[H TI].L.I''- : I'nrohivr to (. '
11S-U7 HAMILTON $ : Jla> 11-; ; Try -
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t : -' ( ) < < I!| i(\)m1.lilPal: ':.,1 t an can
t -

N obi:tai:zif.7 ttZt'nT:3+6v YJ.lrS: Wy'.i SSCZ35J33rS35a2 I:, --Off FRESH i fj I!+ "Iron I Afford <


t i t ;z P.U A a b IT F.I i Cestrpti aai tiliUtrated flnJ alllJ..y! !

j .U2 -TeliaWhil al Uis Sa..p.o{ I I IYou'll
i '- to Plant anil How to Crew ant II '
t I
I e PRf\a- ket sue Great & t

I ,PO f i -Jrlouey AUUmg Fruits ef the ; > Have Better Meals, n'd the Cook a Better Tfinper.,
{ i ) P? tLfS Pears Plum, corner Marion.
'. t ;: ttigh-(1r3de Trees, KntTreesCranns, Figs. biaaRM and I .streeis f'{: I carry the most cmle of Crockery Queeos-
I stirt-t.
t ntet.'ai T'ees, r"s and" <-rl.11I1I1' f. the lowed coa
I I Low Pricfs, .. quality 01 gOUtls.
g-("\e rdhardorganler. Addrrni I : KID !I

-x ...CATALO( UE FREU.. T e 6riffiuf1 1it1J. i !r KfuuBd.. in ncrc an} part Mi I Tin-Roolino and( Guttering a Speciali ,

V g Narserirs and Test .... atMacclrany -. .... POMONA NURSERIES, \Vc dcliCir'
cornier tor t tg
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a ;c Fla. Jacksonville, : uw ::=- STREETY. --- '-
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