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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
June 14, 1901


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


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

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


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L71YY Cni5ES1Ertab.l88aAsg.J4,1900| LAKE, CITY, FLA..FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1901. Vol. XXVII No. 31 ,jj


iliS-cro ula TRUSTEES ELECT A PRESIDENT. Recently there have been wveral euet as well as an attractive person. She! NO THIRD. TERM,SAYS THE PREf- .1t t

f of prominent men suddenly felling in has a knack of keeping friends, as IDENT. : 1 1I .

Dr. T. ". Taliaferro collapse just after eating a ne rt v meal. well .
-,1w sfd entirely free from IL t Named-Other as making them, and will pre- 1--- .
These men have all been under 1I
,':&' ** develop slowly w to cause Important Matters Attended to. ment for gastric "trouble, and yet the side with utmost dignity over the so- President McKinley announced '

,-.d It any disturbance daring the whole result shows that the cial duties attendant her hus -
treatment had upon
Following is the official report of they I Tuesday: that he would not accept a .

": -cd dII1dhood. the board of trustees of the Florida received had smothered the symptom ,band's office, should he be chosen. nomination for a third term; in the '
irregularity of tbe but had not retarded the s
...F then produce progress of tbt "In conclusion let that '
me "
and bowels, dyspepsia catarrh, Agricultural College which met in disease., say you following statement: .,

"' jAlBarked tendency to consumption. tbis city Thursday, June 6; the report There U a real danger in the use of may consider yourself fortunate if I '"I regret that the suggestion of'a % <
: rji In ranch
Itself cutaneousSrtfcin
: maultesting glandular swelling. appearing in the Times-Union and palliatives then there is disease of the i you engage Dr. Taliaferro; and will third term has been made. I doubt

-,-..,"jfji best or to be sure that you are quite Citizen: stomach and iu allied organs of digestion never regret it, I am sure. I whether I am called upon to give it
: and tor its complete cradlcaSijoa -. and nutrition. The disease in such "I should
;_ .1rOII tt, I not do right to close this notice.
! e&a rely on Probably the most important meet- cases goes on, while I the distressing But there are now questionsof

ing ever held by a board of trustees symptom* alone are stopped. Pre&eJ1tll.I I(statement without the additional one the gravest importance before the' .

-S 'SarsapartttaSjbgtt of the- Florida Agricultural Collegewas like a smothered M i that Mrs. Taliaferro is one of the administration, and the country,andtheIr'jt

at all medicine* tor all humora. fire, the disease : most charming and entertaining and consideration
held to-day (June 6)). The board breaks out ia st should not be
'- --. convened I capable of women, who can and will prejudiced in the public mind even
"' at 11.30 In the office of Dr. new places, in- by

1-1like nurse, of'the new Italian royal Y cQm. There were present. J. R. volvtng heart, I do very much towards making the the suspicion of tbe thought,_of a

Parrot C. : lungi liver, kidneys Ii i domestic side of the executive household third term. In view,' therefote of ;
wt U'l lady to be envied. Be- A. Carson, F. E. Harris, ,

receiving liberal pay and a pen. E.'D. Beg s, L. Harrison, J. D. Cal- other, organ.or some I just what it ought to be in a college the reiteration of the suggestion of -

'she will get 12,000 with baby's laway, and Geo.\f,'Wilson. The use of Dr. \f i community; a matter of no mean it, I will say now, once for all, expressing .

'Ftootb' another 2,000 when the The morning hour was confined to Pierce' Golden t importance, as I 'believe you will a long settled conviction, i

I I to able to speak and 12,000 more an executive session that lasted until Medical results Discovery in a- I: agree, and one not within the capacity I that I not only am not and, will not'4 .
of --
Ire t.Iitle'' highness can noon, ',when the board adjournedfor radical .cure of many president's wives, thougha be a candidate for a third term, but :

diseases of matter of perfect ease and graceto would not a nomination for it $
alo&i It' Standard Oil stock dinner. In the afternoon theboard the her." accept ,1'

-- apping paper, that that' baby's discussed the, appropriation stomach and of oily digestion if it were tendered me, fib ::: ,
.. er
p will be kept sore In nurse's hunt liberally\ accorded the college by the organs and nutrition. It cures diseasesof GENERAL PRESENTMENT. "My only ambition' is tb* Rue .J'

.'bat first tooth legislature, and disposed of many de- heart lungs, liver, kidneys, etc.,when throughout my second term to the .

,,-' r '3 ------ ..-- -' tails leading up to the work of con- the disease of these organ baa its originin In conducting their labors the acceptance of my countrymen, whose
: rP -ke'. drug store and get the diseased condition of the stomach generous confidence I so deeply appreciate Ai
structing de-
new buildings.t
was and digestive and nutritive grand jury of the spring term of circuit ,
-.1 m pie of Chamberlain's Stom- system. and then with them do J
cided to my
employ a thoroughly in
uptodate -I will tell you what myself and family think court, and for Columbia coun-
and Ller Tablets. They are an architect to work up a' uniform of your medKine* write III M. M. W.dwdl.of ty, Florida, for the year 1901, make duty in the. ranks of private -citizen ;:
Linwood, Leaveu worth Co., Kanut *It
, .f byaiK' 'They also improvetic architectural effect, ,and, as far aj' will do all you uy. aud niorc. I was taken their general presentment: ship. ;
; appetite, strengthen the diges- kick nine years ago; I got so weak I couldat he WILLIAM MCKINLEY." ,1
the funds in hand
.,. wilfgo, to remcdel down, nor hardly ut up: was that way two or First, we unanimously recommendthe -
tod regulate the liver and bow- the old buildings'to conform to the three months. I picked up one of Dr Pkrce's building of good roads. i
..\Tbey are easy to take and plea Memorandum Books one day and saw your description FOUGHT FOR HIS LIFE. / '1
(ie effect. new ones that will be constructed_ as of catarrh of the ttomach I thoughtIt Second, the erection of a substan-

....., I rapidly as it is possible. Golden bit tur Medical case. Discovery We bad a ia bottle tbe boiue of Dr.that Pierce's_as tial and commodious court house for I "My father and sisteboth' died of _'
<' got tar my mother You recommend it for Consumption," writes J. T. Weather-
crusade being the the accommodation of the and
: waged by MR. FLAGLER THANKED.A catarrh of the stomach I court "
so went to taking it.
.o'C her- Sunday r The one bottle cured I the officials of I wax, of Wyandotte, Mich., "and I
against Golf play- I resolution waft offered by F, E. nearly me. got,two the county.
'" boUles next time ana took one and one half saved from the
: threatens to make that game Harris extending the thanks and appreciation and was well Your medicine cost me three Upon examination of jail, we regretto was same frightful i,c
dollars and the doctor cost me fourteen dollars. fate only by Dr. King's New Discov-
(popular than ever, among, thedemons of the board to Mr. Flag- say we find it in an unsatisfactory
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical An attack of Pneumonia left
.,( .' : I ler for his donation of $10.0();:) for the Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on condition, there being several holesin I ery. ran
obstinate and
'" .. erection of a gymnasium,, which was receipt of 21 -cent stamps, to pay outer walls, through which, ,,'e are cough very severe

,(.-repreSent nine of the best Fire :I passed unanimously The resolution I expense of mailing only. Addresi Dr. informed, prisonors have made their'I lung trouble, which an excellent doc- ,

ice Companies doing business ordered R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. escape. tor could not help, but a few months'use
was handsomely engrossedand I
tak'e -- -. -- --, ----- of this wonderful medicine made
Patted Btates and will forwarded to Mr. Flagler. II I : We find combination to four cells ,

'" e io insuring your property. I It was decided to broaden and extend ; learned that Dr. T. U. Taliaferro of .in jail in bad condition and recommend me as well as ever and trained much ,',

write' accident insurance for I I this college has made application for that same be attended to at' in weight. Infallible for Coughs,' ,i
the In&aeace of the IllS Itutioa {j1 Colds and Throat and Lung tronWe. -

fJt1i_ and Casually. T. R, in many ways, and to commence in j''the i&a'ition of preaiJent of the Flor I Trial bottles free. Guaranteed -.

tret rs1' 'office> opposite Baptist t'je creation of a great college that f Agricultural College, with' his once.We find jail clean and neatly kept. bottled M cents atid $too sold by Geo. '.-* 1
1 hant 3... 5I
W. Price. .
consent I take in .
great pleasure ;
We regret exceedingly that
a .,- will rank with any in the south. upon "
"- -ORDINANCE The boerd spent several hours investigating writing this letter in his beh.ilf. investigation of jail delivery, that it
NO. 117.
"Dr. Taliaferro was graduatedfrom An Iowa girl saved college fresh
the various applicationson was the result and outcome of care-
: ...;: -:-- the celebrated Virginia Mili- man from drowning, and has' been"honored" _
file for the position of presidentof lessness of jailor, and we ask for his
',Belt ordained by the mayor and tary Institute in 1390, and afterwards by being allowed to ,wear
the college and director of the ex- removal from this important po i-
city council of the city of Lake City, received the degree of Ph. D. from the college' numbers and sweater:.. {
eriment station. Dr T. H. Talia tion. -
fIo ib. t I Johns Hopkins. He came here in The fact, however, that she 'escaped :;
ferro of the Pennsylvania State Col- We have no complaint of our ,officials -
t '
j";. Sf? 1. That it shall be unlawful lege was elected unanimously for the 1896, and has filled his position in the therefore commend them. censure- is a good, ._deal, in itself.. ."

,-.LIr\, y railroad company to ,run, or mathematical department with rare We are pleased to note the careful .
scholastic to succeed Dr. W. F.I i |
: '
engines and His
or trains'within tact ability. admirable
Yocum whose term,expires in Octo- manner in which we find the records
incorporated limit of Lake'_ training and George Schaub, a well-known: Ger- ,;
,: *; City, ber. Dr. Yocum, who has filled' the practical experiencehave kept in the sheriffs office.
>ttkorata greater speed than as"iMwitowlt well fitted him to be a capable School Superintendent Tom Owens man citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio, "w
I of for several
position president is a constant reader of the Dayton '
: Within one-quarter instructor in any branch of his chosen informs the attendance ttie
I I years, will retire as presieent, universally us upon Volkszeitung. lIe knows that this 1
beloved. It ia conceded that county '
aims to advertise only the best
jlcb\mlleun hour within one-half "For the fire years I have been as- paper ,
; instructor better than in former
I he is eminently fitted as an f years. in its columns, and 'when he sawChamberlain's :
[jiSeofit* iiassenger station, fifteen whose forte in college work lies: 'sociated with him I have ever found We recommend that the sheriff be Pain Balm: advertised '

f pet hour. i I him a courteous and pleasant gen- furnished book and
a to
in the class-room and he will doubtt t required r
therein for lame back he did not
3t( That any engineer i>r conj j t I ,, } llem n. His students are fond of make record of disposal of all pistols .
less be given an important position jji hesitate in buying a bottle of it for
=incfer operating running any eij him, and he has hosts of friend taken from prisoners in his custody "
work before the ,
In the
his wife who for eight weeks had
aeor_train, at a greate rate ,of 1 I Since the board decided to among the facul ty, who will greatly also a book in which he may keep "g
college. suffered with the most terrible pains -
:'Pc %than as herein provided, wlta- regret his absence, though they will record of all moneys paid out by him.
of the institution
enlarge the
scope in her back and could get no relief. .
J II the distar el mentioned in sectio iJefttU and to Illace it foremost in the educational rejoice in his promotion. As a dis- A warrant book also in office of sher- He says: "After using the Pain Balm ;

ordinance, shall be punished ciplinarian he is excellent, constant ,
work of the states it was iff.To for few wife said
a to
f&a ice not exceeding $23.00 or im- attention being required of each stu- his honor, Judge Jno. F. White, days my me, .. .01
deemed expedient to elect a vigorous 'I feel as though born anew and be- ;
t prI$ Tent not exceeding ten days, dent under him, that the best work and State's Attorney L. E. Robinson, a
and active young man as the, ex- fore Using the entire contents of the .
|; tie discretion of the mayor. ecutive head. may be done. He Is eminently justin we extend our thanks for their dili- bottle the unbearable pains had en- .

:.i' ,, tJ O.R. PARKER, President. business adjourned to as their confidence in him readily offices and the interest manifested in take up her household duties;" He '
< important is thankful and all 1
ed hopes that
O May 21 1901. very ,
.: shows. He is live the of crime.
; a energetic man, punishment
F. P. CONE Mayor. meet at Atlantic Beach Tuesday, suffering likewise will hear of, her i
, :-attest, ; yy. M. IVES, Clerk. June 18. land will nltbout doubt infuse new We also commend our bailiff, Sol wonderful recovery. This valuable

life into every department of your Milton, for the faithful discharge of liniment is for sale at G. W. Price's .)
;:-'-V ',#' institution, as he may be trusted to his dutie drug store.
Dr Taliaferro comes of an old Virginia -- ,
zd: 'A WORT"Y SUCCESSOR. exert every effort in behalf of his j. R. CONE, ETHAN A. HICKSON,' :
family, distinguished and sturi employer, Secretary. Foreman. The Chicago Record-Herald says f .1

3oaietWa>t New Under I dy. His father' married a sister of that a craving for drink cannot be -cg
"I have no hesitancy whatsoever in SUPPLEMENTAL PRESENTMENT. ".
-"J,: the Sun." Mrs. Jas. P. Taliaferro ,of Jackson carried down from father to son.
:{I vouching for his executive ability.He Acting upon the notice given us in
:1.41-*?1'1 lave tried to curd CATAKBB by : ville. He is a cousin by blood to Senator That, however, is not of so much importance _
has shown great organizing tbe special charge of honor this
power your
an.tlf V>wder acid gam.inhalers and ;
Taliaferro of Jacksonville. He as the fact that it can be
'0 2 ?t1Nsterorm.-
f ;w.cwNU Theirpowders dry up iu whatever he has put his band morning upon going into court with
E mellbrand causing them Jo !| is a cousin by blood to Senator Talia- carried over from Saturday to Mon
E' *IIId M ed.- The powerful acid to here. As commandant, he broughtthe our general presentment, we have

., *n%the Mieiueinuraueij' hnbalers have that entirely their eaten malcJ1" I.j ferro and a nephew by marriage. He battalion from"a state of_disorganization had witnesses summoned -sufficiently

*-l1l11td to cure. while pastes and i': Is thirty-one years of age and a naive due to the absence of a to run down the rumor that some "
eannot reach the db ease. An old! I I having beenborn In day.Dr.
\ Floridian
....u IJtfIeDctd practitioner who h. I tort i detailed army officer, to quite a high member of this body has been disclosing -

,. year.ttJBeiitof made s close CA'UIt&B.lIal study and special-at last Jacksonville in 1370., degree of excellence, showing there' secrets which belong only to our Humphreys'Specifics

"" ,sot tt tnient which when faithtttl-I Dr. Taliaferro was graduated from by what he could do on occasion. He room, and find,that there is no foundation ,
Only relieve. at once but perI Military In- '
celebrated Virginia
the cure by ting-direct111 poD
: fares CATAaad by removing the I is acquainted with all the up-to-date in truth for such rumor, but 5;
.. Ia Apia* tte diicharge. ana curing I. stitute-ln 1890<< and afterwards re- I same the disease, without exciting disorder in j&
aon. It i'( the remedy methods In vogue in institutions sim- the grew out of an unfortunate
to that only ceived the degree of doctor of philosophy I any other part of the system. "JP
.. actually reacbes the i I ilar to yours\ as be has kept in close remark at an unguarded moment of
...... JSf ThiN wonderful remedy in : in mathematics from Johns 10. \
I :
tUU 111'iC'i'FLES. the U4I1UTUO CA- : I touch with the work done here. He I a person of high character, who madea I-Fcycr.. CaagaatoaainaammatWA..25 ..
CI&II. an4 U He has taught -1
: ] Wet Dollar sold at the package extremely cont -'I Hopkins University. will bring with him all the latest positive of what was only an infer: !Worms..Worm Fever,Worm Colic-. ,-U4 -,
'w+ aaj te ual the Pennsylvania ;
IIItii f aad medicine fcUl- mathematics at j ideas and most practical methods for ence. 3-Teetkla..Cone Cryf.eWatet.laes.2.s .'.
a fun moatb', treatment and eT- State College for five years, and 4- larrloea.of Children or Adaltt..... .237C :;
ic !' Its perfect UMe. I I reaching the people and making J. P. CONE, ETHAN A. HICKSON, .
saaryGe only to Florida from that Institution H'U. Colds Bronchia.'.:__.:... .23
'-tler' made and is wriectogniarrd as I comes' them interested in his work. Secretary. Foreman. S-senlsa.loohacse.FseacheJ.

tt.!IIIIiiii Sife aid pukltive cure for that with the highest possible In- "His wife is a most charming lady, I -UeUaebe.Sick Headachy V rU a. .' awIIc4tbaeL

'!oi; tiua quickly Hl\ng and permanently. It cure and all dorsements The following is a letter You may as well expect to run a 10-DviaedA.IudHv.nn SII
.wondertuuy quick to relieve HAY from a leading professor of that --- -- -- steam engine without, water as to -t a"resMi Clr >IPeitoi,... .33'

-OOLIIia_licit Ih.. BUD. institution which will serve to show A slight attack of cramps may 1 -\\'iallel. TooProtusFertgda. ....._ ,2i
neglected often lead to find an active, energetic man with a
I ..
13-Ciour: Lar.litb.Boaneue .45t'
"FFLhS"" will Lave you Dr. Taliaferrofor bring on diarrhoea which is, in _
of many
the A
and know
hat qualifications torpid .
you may
.. OI1Ce. It U noordmary reme- I 14alt RheumEry.tpel.lirapttona. .23 '
; lCOIDplete treatment which In pusid the position to which he has just cases- followed by inflammation, of liver is torpid when he does notreliih I laRkeamatl.m.RheumaMPalas.23I6Mahan.CWt. '.':
f! S antaae U* used to cure CATAHHB in any < been elected: the stomach and other dangerous his food or feels dull and lan- ..Pen,aMlsw23 -.
-Jr according to direcCi -
i &cCOUlpiUly aacb package. hunt complaints. All such disorders are guid after eating, often has headacheand | l t-c.tarrlt.IllllIIeIII&o Cold ta the IIeI4 .33 ,..:

ail tor it at onceand write lull HIGH INDORSEMENT.- dangerous, and should in their infancy coaietimes dizziness. A few I 20-Wkeoaa-Coaik.................., .2i '1

J.alto td our,condition and yon "StatePa.Uaving be treated with the best-known doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and I 37-&Uner DlIIe.......................... 33
.. [ aiI\ice remedy from tbe regarding discovWondertnl remedy. The merits of PainKillerare Liver Tablets will restore hisjiverto 3enoa* De.Ultr.h..l... ,;
:- without cost to you beyond the ------ -- knO'wnt and it is recognized as its normal functions renew his Sw-rrtoary Weakse..,Wetting Bed.9*

lOt .SNUFFLES." the "OuarTkCure. -. CA8ToaEA.: the standard specific for cramps, di- vitality, improve his digestion and n-GrI..1Ia7 r....._..._......_. .Si
to any addre+.,lu the United ears t1.' lM Kmi arrhoea, etc. Avoid substitutes. make him feel like a new man. Draggl.u Dr.Humphrey'xr-rot! afl Diseases at your

a OIl receipt of One Dollar IipaWt i"-- There is but one Pain-Killer, Perry Price, 25 cents. Samples free,at G. Sold by drawiau.or or sent on receipt prlet.

:1W4 MjEDWIN, Market k St.GILES rhiiadelpbia.*; COM-I" Davis'. Price, 25c. and 50\:. I I Sv. :Price's drug store. .unourW New QL 'Moil&.Co. Car.William' I Jska 8u*,

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' : I Wyoming has- solved the Weary Notice
: problem -by discovering a It was ordered _
: LIVER KIDNEYS and BLOOD kept in good condition by using I Willie.natural soap deposit :within its bor- the board at their upon regular 1Iio ID ot 1q

In July 19pl, the
ders same beinftht
: LIVER ; day of said month,
: consider and act the q
. ............. .... ...... .... .... ..... .... ...... L .... of erecting a new upon court 1l1l :
s." 'Yes, Druggists have it, 25 and 50cents. 1. ink, for Columbia count],. !
.' A LOT OF BRICK Done and ordered in epees .
i.- 3 June :3, A. D. litol, by :
0 'FOR SALE BY thebviri.,
county commissioners
of Coim\!

The Lander I S. B., THOMPSON. County Attest, Florida.: M. M. SCiBB020Ce g _'__

tt on their war-paint Ex-Officio Clerk of
t WITHOUT AN OWNER then most any sort. .,... T T T.... .,... .... .... T .,... ..... yo CommlS>loners. of ___.;

the appearance of ; I --- ---- -- --.-- ----- -

I; Two find''f Half" Millions 'in Unclaimed'otber reason I I I...,,,,,,, .....,........".".....,,"" ..... ,""' "'' 1 1i

Postal Orders. I i #

,: '-_ Perry.Davis' I i *
uible properties as j TO STRETCH ft DOLL R

IIFate..... DUatvcaraaee .( ".
J t Orders That Have Bees Traasaaittei .FJ pain cannot fail to ': IS TO MflKE iT GO u AS FflOS_ POSSIBLE,. J(
, preciated, and no #
TIi..1i without it in case 'I We tare a.plan of our own for doing this It la to lie .t
KUh ACCBB alatto.. sudden attack of : the Largest l'tI, ,lble Value for It. Our oU customers., 'f
j do that and stay with us. We invite to
.. cholera morbus. we von try BsiaJprove r
or .
it to yuursali.tactiun.The j,
"What becomes of an'the money Avoid substitutes. f
orders which are never presented for Pain-Killer, Perry ,
payment asked a Washington busi- and 5Oc. :' Largest Stock of SPRING GOODS t tin r

ness man of a postal official, reportsthe jl
There is talk of every Department we bave ever had are now od sak. 'i
Washington Star. "Every few ,j press CiOUJl Staple and Nil'elty Fabrkl.wits T rIaiait '
days we receive letters from our customers Hague peace jf to Match. Brits.Par bOls. i'.ck.ear. Embrodieris ii4. iI
Ladies and Gents Furnishings fur Spring and Stunmtr.
saying that they have for- to make U act as l
warded orders for goods, but the or- wrangling mini.ters I So"JgL1 Douglas Shoes ff I i
ders have never reached our hands. ,
Many women I. Tbat means a whole'lot to-buyers of Shoes. It weautlat
i And this is true of mail "
a '
very ,j we can supply tau with shoes of a kind and quality teat ,lj'
.= order house in Washington."' food, and so become cannot be fcu'rpxssed in an,way. lK.ct.l.19 oa a not ,
[ ,j means that 111> the bra combination of material aad la- f fI
"They disappear in various,ways, thin and weak.
j' Ltr that can be pat into it. To be icY
was the reply. "Some are burned or freshness and be I ,j these shoes means a leader in trade of all kinds-That's... 'II
torn up instead of the receipts and complexio'n departs. If "-
-this is particularly true of interna- taking Herbine j' Phone Kix 4. J. E. Inman & Co jj,,
tional money orders where the receipts digest what you ,, Near DeluL '
of the size of the 50c. G. W. Price, I. .. .... -
are same order ..,""". ''''''". ''' ''''. '''' ''-,
only white in color. Some are ." S 441. 1. 10 4141, 1''' .'''0111',
It is in
sent in letters which are not ad-
dressed all addressed Dowie is writing a ---- ----------r
at or are incorrectly
and these, together with which is "The
thousands of other orders, find their Every'Man His A. K. I-IAWKES :

way to the dead letter office. Ultimately _,:
Mr. F. D.
most of these letters find The Famous Atlanta Optician. :-
their way back to the remitters or writes: lIe was g

'duplicates are applied for. disease about three
i "The British government utilizes as get up several 1
but three bottles I
a source of postal revenue all of the :
Cure effected
money in its hands'*hich is not paid
feels better than
out to >meet money orders upon pres- recommends it to ';C,
entation and derives about $50,000 Price.If .
annually therefrom. Our govern- .

[ ment does not attempt to derive any Willy Wally :
I profit from this source and the peerage perhaps I
money is turned into the treasury, lied ;
to have a golf
where it is held in trust as it were, royal links named
to meet these obligations. The government -

has no desire to claim or Dyspeptics can ,]
confiscate this money, and it will cause to live
pay its obligations in the form of a Food is not

money order at any time upon pres- A -
.1 entation'upon satisfying itself in food -a COLD MEDALHighest Ao.
not it
digest ,
the instance of a long lapse of years
Award Diploma of Hoaor.
that there has been no previous pay- ance. Kodol
In all kinds of food ESTABLISHED IS7O.
ment otherwise.
by duplicate or
Great Britain I believe, this money the stomach, These Famous Glasses for Sale by ,
regain its natural
becomes forfeited to the government ments are exactly Watts & Son Tested Free. "
after a certain number of years, four, natural digestive Eyesight .

b I think. ,The British government evi- can't help but do Cautioa-Hawtes' glasses are never Ieddled. Be sure that"Hawtes'stamped oa fruit,'
dently proceeds upon the theory that -- [ ] mar 1701 '*'

if a holder of a money order or the If doing things to --- -,
-- ---- --- --
sender does not seek to cash the order tion is any
1 within a reasonable time the government very much like rr.;
can put it to good advantage tutional Y'I
by applying the amount to its ary.
own use. Such a practice undoubtedly Tom stones' .
5c Monument
facilitates the business of the gov Mothers who .
ernment's end .of the contract and is : dren in good health : ..
strictly legal if authorized by law. i the first symptons

In nearly all money transactions move them with Georgia, Vermont and Italian flarble.
there is a limitation upon the valid- mifuge. Price 25c 5 '
ity of any voucher which representscash -- Granite Monuments.Headstones Tablets.Statuary Also Steel ml
a* to its presentation. Even a A chip from a Wrought iron fences. Parties needing Marble work will find it to 1
tbeiriatere&t to write us for designs: and prices. All Work tiiurutttdVadosta
note payable without date is barred Gladstone in 189 i I

by the statute of limitations in the five shillings at a Marble
=j various states. That must have CompanyVAUDOSTA .

"There is to-day an accumulation tree. GEORGIA. lrmar.
L of over $2.500.000 in the treasury of :
these unclaimed money orders which Thomas Maple, ....u .

has been gradually piling up year aft- writes: ''I had a ---

er year during the 35 years the government kidney trouble and .,.. ,, :
1 1'a. -- ---- '- -- --- -=
f' has been conducting a me so I could not ,
.? money order business. With each in- doctor's treatment I
dividual order the government has Saw Foley's
made a special effort to effect payment -
and took one Superiorit :
to the payee or restore the and I have- not 3I
3 'amount to the remitter, and failin!'. I gladly J -
} ran do nought but keep the amount. G. W. Price.
= -
The fact that 50,000 duplicate ordersare
annually issued would to Perhaps this ]
appear Is
the distinctive characteristic of our
indicate that the American people are distinguished
extremely careless in the handlingof courts will Men's, Women's, Boys' and Children's
these vouchers. Where the
money now that it has :

I originals go or how they are disposedof it can be done : I __ SPRING and SUMMERCLOTHING
would fill a volume. the Hon. Chauncey
"The government has issued $ ,ooo-" -

000,000 in money orders, and has paid To save mendin '
every cent.of this great sum except and to avoid ,

the $2,500,000 I have mentioned. A and colds by the I t5 (
single order may be issued up to $100 lard's Horehound I ___
in amount and the is about
average -
sure and i NO STOCK SOUTH
$7.50, 'the-smaller offices issuing the chial ailments. I in the z

great ,bulk of orders and the larger G. W. Price,,. i equals ours in QUANTITY. QUALITY, VARIETY,
L offices 95 of them.
cashing per,cent
( I general excellence STYLE and FIM5H! ,
'''Traveli g men, actors, circus men, Even Chauncey
railroad employes and others, whose know that as a \ I

t. I business requires them to move from antiquated and as I ',. Our Prices Always Lead

place to place; are very fond of buy tion is obnoxious I' !IIi ,"
: -
ing orders 'payable to themselves.J of, the American /fA -
They cannot spend an order as a bill ( ss I Ladies' lull ar.l1ade Suits

,I and as no one but themselves or the You feel better i { Waists Sklrts.j Underskirts,
indorsees may secure the amount of Herbine, you enj Corsets, Neckwear Under
the orders they are Just' them uch and you get more wear in especially exclusive
# ahead when they get into invigorating selections -. .

L .town making, themselves their own eat. Hence .. .---
bankers witL-the government as adepository. strong, vigorous / 1[
.,'Sometimes an actor or a oOc. G. W. Price,
circus man will present a dozen orders I solicited. Careful attention, anj shipments C.O.D. {\ "j
at the close of the season which Congressman with privilege of examining before, payl ,: f
.... he has bought from time to time, and faculty for I| : Correspondence invited. '_ J t

; their amount represents savings of public I ; w -- """' "",- ",-....,',"-"- --",-,-- "" !
r > -t which otherwiae'would ban been a third term for I I
t pent. 4 '
{ \ To Cure a Bevy&lraSAVANNAH
: If yon are sick all over, and don't
know just what ails you, it's ten tot Take Laxative e I

''I' one your kidneys are out. of order. lets. All druggists [

J F ley'* Kidney Cure will bring you if it fails to GEORGIA. f

( health and_energy. G. W. Price. t signature,is on

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.The. Racket Store is making Special A BIG DRIVE IN CLOTING FOR
r Bargains in Summer Goods. Are
One Lot Checked and Stripped Worsted
t. : you interested in securing special bart $9 suits for $7
gains? If so. call at the Racket Store.
i f. One Lot of Brown Checked Cashmere

We are selling, .. '* + .. $11 suits for $8

One Lot of Steel Gray Worsted
Jummer Suits from 1,25 o. $12 suits for $9

.... One Lot of Black and Blue Serge and Worsted
Ladies Dress Goods, such as Organdies, from $6.50 to $12 per suit ..

t r Lawns, ,Percales, Etc., 4 1-2c up.) Summer A large assortment of Summer Coats and Vests, in Serges,
Sicillian, Alpacas, Brilliantine and Florentine.
;' Hats going far below value-don't -.--...

t. fail to see them. Shoos! Shoes! Shoes! 100 Suits Boys Clothing;

; at prices that defy competition. Summer I"'ICES REDUCED AS FOLLOWS:
$5.00 Suits For $3.75 I $2.50 Suits For $1.90

\-:. shoes, dress. shoos, work shoes, $3.oo Suits For $2.25 i 75C Suits For SOC

: shoes that. : 'will suit you. Call at the 500 pair Ladies, Misses and Childrens Oxford Ties
Will be closed out at tin low figure of 25, 50 antI 'j'ceJlts per pair.
Racket Store and get prices before
Y, ? going elsewhere. Don't forget the old

reliable price .cutter. + + + Biggest Line. Straw 1 Felt Hats ;

E. G. Flowers In -
: Charge.
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_.-._.._..._..._lU U. ,ror.w .llR." JII1 ....Wij., j1 ._ ,,_. ,

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Td _._ _. ._.-....... ..._ ._._ ._._.
-"'-"' & "" "-"'-" -"' -"'-"' & -'. -
,.:,'I'---. -- .
I :Furniture! Furniture! .

=K Porter & Glover

f .
., :i Have now the Largest and Best Assortment ofFURNI'1FTTIE

p i r New Bar and ,,-
: THEIR STOCK INCLUDES j:! Barrel House. '

f Bed.'Room Suits, Odd Dressers, ..
; .
Wash Stands and Bed Steads. 'c < 'r. '::;I ; "

Book Cases, China Closets, ;
and Sideboards,
Wardrobes I'
v G) "y .
Combination Ladies Book Case and Writing
1 Desks, as well} as Ladies Writing Desks 1
a No For Biigiue
w r
i- That are Beauties and will please the lacries. .

A great variety of HOOKERS of Wicker, Rattan, Oak and ..
|,c' iMahogany, including- Dining and Reception Room Chairs.5 a..-

Center Tables for the parlor,Safes and Tables for the kitchen
:: Bed Shrink; )rat l:<,sscs, Folding Cols,
Iron and Brass Bedsteads.

A\r Pool Room
We.r: lead the procession- our Grocery line,:and our cns- + .and Lunch ?
tdiuers ket. We have everything that mankind eats.
Phone 65 North Marion Street.
" All the staples and delicacies.)

F Jay. and Grain by the Car Loads "

Send us Your Orders for all Feed Stuffs.

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e I 4 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER[ Established J8t::.



s T n A wits
: Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at -- __ II i I
public aution, on the first! Monday, the 1st day of July. A. D., 1901, at the WinnirJohnson____ acrrs south hid. "
Courthouse in the town of Lake City in the County of Columbia State of neaof! ses and 10acreI J
k: Florida or so much thereof aa will be necessary to pay the amount due for+.I off north bide of se4 of __ I
taxes herein set opposite the same, together with the cost of such sale ;;e14 __ _00 __ _____ ___ ::1)3, I 6 e '_ 1 ..}
and advertising, I IrsT'V WaboDo: and DI,.. of nt ofitw, ;. I ; ]
and nt_ of Dw14 of se.4l I J ,;;
I l:i i and eta of se.I"h __ 32' is 16e 4ti IHISamuei I I 0-

AmtTaxes I Tolen_________ JI!: ufr!- of sw1" and 1 '
l' NAME OF OWNER DESCRIPTIOS and I l acres olt south aide of : Were the Figure
S T R A Costs sel" of sw14 ad 10 -
t I I southslde of
-- i
acre3 :
Francis Hicks.swisof DeJ.i---n---m--h--l lJ lje; 4 11111Cuknow 'I : 1Se14(' t) 41' I i
__ ______ ____ 2s 15e .w swt4'of sel4--! -- ; 5: It That Did the
n nh se.14'of se's-- n m 1 8V Mrs.TVVat3on_____ all--______ -: :::: : l4iz 641.. cv3amual *&-
_______ _____ -- upu
J \ Taylor n.'f of SWl4 and nwL of se.14
T 1en------ nf _.- __ ___ __ __ J6 -5s 16e Lr:c. -10 '
and .t acres in nw cor of Irs T W Watson______ nH of Dl:! of nets and nJ: of f Work {
r: nets of seta------------- 11 43 lje; 124 -I ;. +_, of 4 6s 13; & 2 43 _
Arch Green___________ w?_ of nwa.___----___------ 1: -Is 15e $0 32:! n niva-- -- I 'Ri
Samual Tolen__ ___ __ ;!; ofn!! of nei and 8}: )
i William Bricene34 _________ --__-__000-----3 4s l.e 1' 380 n : i
of n': of nws and sf tt
Unknown-------------- neJ of and w3 of ne34 "U 4s lje; 1 95C l
ne34 : 2 of nl and s!_____ ___ 4 :
E Parnell-----______ of and of l.e
ej! nwy sw3a Dw,21Is 1: 3 H
Sacual Tolen..______ i1.. of seta of Dei and sii ; -
Drew Lumber Co. nw!.! of nw.i.m.2.j 43 1ie 4 103 rl Y
y Cnknowum 43 of !.,,_ _________ _____ __-_ 2t1:1 lje; 80 21+ 1!I of net; and Wi_ of nei't 'I -
and s1
Drew Lumber Com :s}! of nwi;mhmh__ ___ 43: l.3e 80 1 Eli :20 and acres Dw1.i__ ____ __,_:! f 63 16. -llf W ..RMrsTWWason.n3ofne'sof Killed in Infanc P
F' eN Hildrethu_ seLi or neii and e3_ oise.1.!__ 11 i" 15e l O 2 -19eN I _-_-_-__-_-_ 6J l6t' :.'( 14-:
Hildreth__________ was of nwi and sw3;_____ 11 5s lye 1 -I 75Uuknown ne.L"- :
_..___________ 20 acres 0J south side of ni, :Julia M Wearer_______ one are on south sIde of 8 "
F & W railroad in south
of sw3s arid sJ: uf sw)4 1: 53 ne 1 -I 15 'I-
C N Hildrethwj: _mum___ __... 13 5s lje 350 58JeN west corner. of sei 01
6s Ie 1 1 83Heirsof
Hildreth__________ and of and 5i lje; se .im--------------- (
e3S eH nwta sw3-43 Slit 10 O"eN
Jesse Coleman ne3i ______ __._,-- -___ _n__ 1< 6s i6e 1 -I 59 :]
Hildreth____._____ of 5 5s 15e 80
nH ne3j 181Un Was the
--------------u- R Snowden Andrewsnwl' ________ ___ In 6s 16. 13:. 3 SO Dispensary-
known...._____ _____ :Iof ne3a----------------5 5s Lie 2 ISeN "' -- ,
Elfin lallison.u___ nwjof nw a-- ------ ---- 19 63 ....6eInkno..o 1 F6
Hildreth__.___ sw'& ____ :,) When
4 of and 26 5:1 15e u____________ 10 acres off east side of e!; Brought Before
4 s3S D}. s3------ f 11 28Ja8 S7 t
B 'Stuartu_______ of ____ ___ 5s ofsw34------------- ---- 11 63 16e 1 .
i n3; ne34----- -- 26 we 21 the Senate **
___ ___ :
Arch Be1J------------- eji of se}.{ 3. &I l6t
__ __ -
L E Dampier__ __ nei' of nw ______ __ 6 Ss lie 40 1 29 I .;
eN Hildreth_________. w3, of ef and nwU and sw34r Mrs Atka Shealey_____ begin at northwest cornet -fi
vi sw'i and cj of swj4 36 5s l.e 724: of sw3s and run east 1.tiow -

r' tnkDownmmm nWt: of swjy.--_ 3b 55 1ie 40 129 chains, south 20 chains.west : while we are not ijlteresled
;! Heirs of T W Fielding aa, of sejg__ ____ _______nu_ 1 (is lje; 8 2J chains to point
elf ______ _mm" _..__n 2 63ISe 320 110 of gining___ __ m -.4 CS 16e r.c 1'0Iariah in the above heal|
?4 Un known______ ___u- lots 1. 2. 3 & 6 and n!; of 736 63 15e 39.2 6 21 lcLendon_____ 10 acres in southeast corner .
J D wife 5'3 line of set; ohw.l --- --.- -_-- : 6s 16e 1(' 15'iN ing enough to
of lot !
Langdale, agt e3; on Georgia n 16e J -I :20 express cun; :
S S )[obley__._________ Sl: of nei' and si of swii C IdIiUon________ w;: of nd, and w}:! of ses
and se;\,y. _______.. _____ } 22 and seta of nw3a and el_ sentiments on tbe suSi j
3wis of DwI4------------ :?3n 16e 360 13 46SS of SW .t--m--m--m-: 2 's 16t" 103"2Ialache still
Mobley----_ utv!' of !' anJneofnwJ r. 2r.16e & 312Unkno.rn.mmm :\ Davis._______ njof seii less 20 acres ell we will endeavor t
__ lot-------------__ 2n Uk 52-1' 129 south s1de_________ _____ 9 7s I6e (ic ? .4 give au insight into
J T Baird-------------- lot 7-- ___________ ___ 9 2s l6e 30 103 N C Mc\Iillon.u__ 133; off north side of ne74 of you .',
J T Baird______________ lot 6 or aof sw3a-_------ 1' 2s 16e i'0 221 nw3--------------- ____ 1 IS 6e 13'_ 1 4-1 subject of far more
1 I W ParnelLnm____ s!: of swL and w3: of 8e 19 2s 16e l'I 13 Augustus Dawkin____ e1" of swM-u___ u 7s Ide .3 1:
Unknown ummm_ s? of ne'i: of se3a-m-----O: 2i Ide 2t 1 29Unknownr L \ Colson------------ swii of sw ----------------l: .S 16e 4( 113 portance. One that Tita1'I!

_____________ "el" of nets----- u____ __. 21 2s ilk 129 R F Sheppard_________ s1! of nw3i and nwL4 of swab 21 7s 16e LX 3 HLA interests
Unknown_____00________ neiiando' of nW4 and ne!4 Colson---________ elf of nets and ne.i of 1.1 i you alone,
of and of Nel4 seta'---------------- ---- I
Iw ; w!_ at
and net; of se1. less 3bacresotf LA C o 1 SOD_________.__ wj_ of nwia andseis of ( public large, and one :
net4 of sw14-- t 2s tie 362 1290 nw3q-------------------I > .5 16t' 7 32 I i is closely connected tell .
J It Walker_______ lots 11, 12 and U iu block ti Sam Broxy-u________ swi'----------------- __ -_00 __ 7s 16e 16C 5 :1
in wt_ of swii---------- :=' 2s l6e 263 J S Beaty-------------- sea; of se.4-----------------, > 7s lilt 4G 1 84F i Jour future health and hapilless. :
C T ALbot...__. hm_ lots ill tJlk Ijfn w!. of sw4.t 's ItS!: 116W J Sayer------------_ e3s ___________u___________- :j 16e 32C 7 10
R 11 hite--____._____ Iou 3 and 1 in blk 25 in w!: JT Steadmanm_ nwLsof nw34-: -___._________ 75 1tie 4t 14jUta Although our ti
of awL.2! 2s Hie 159 W MclCinny------" of nei-4 :5 lOe 4+1 312
1 Jas Prevatt___________ lot 1 in blk U in W! ofsW; :!2 2s lseJas Florida Finance Co___: w3_ of' nevi and w3; off!. I is taken up riving to pleas
Prevatt--_______ __ lots 1j; and 13 in blk 17 isw ,I I.I and nei! of sw3a and I and supply[ the wants oi on
!_ of swl4.--___ ] L'! 2s 16e.. sw4 of fe.i and e5. 2 of
Ju Prevatt--_________ lot 1 in inwswN----- = 2s Ilk 136J I sd.r ________________00 __ :r. :3 Ide 4tC 933 I customers and our space i
It Walker- -_--_ h m lot 10 ht blk 13 in wi; ofsw,1f2 2s 16e 9'1 NatIBk.JackSOnYlllenofne.n-un-----h---- &:1' 8C 281
g J T Baird-------------- nWIi of ne4-- 2.j 2s 16e 41 129J'r I JSBeatJ"n.n}: of nets and neiof I limited, still we will devi
b Baird-------------_ se's of sw34-----------------_ 26 2s 16e 4 129V nwt'------------------ 7s16e L 4 10
\ W Whitnelm se.1.i of Ie.i------------------ r. 2s 16x sC Steadmanu_______ sw of ne.i" and sea. Of a moments endeavoui in;*_
.J T Baird---___ set; of swJ"n 28 2s !tie 40 23.11, nw3s and \vof DWUu } 2i. to intaS
t Lewis Spalding________ ne1.i of sei'___ ---000-------_ 2 2s 6e 19' SC Steadman_________ ne!:; of tot4______________ :'R 's 16e 33.2ii 833 give you an insight t

Julian Brown._________ nl': of ne3i of nwj--_----. 1 3s 16e 105 CharlesE Smithmlot 2.______________________ :!!' the business methods-adopt.
Mary Bottle___ ___u. 1 acre insw corner of nw4 Charle'J E Smith..____. lot Lu_______ ____ 'hm -.s16e; 69 213 .
of net" __ __._ _________ 2 3s i6t" 1 110 J H RuILmu nof lot 2--------- h_ 3. 7s.16e 113: ed by a first-class grocery-
,:_ Caroline Barrottm_. swtaof: ne34---__ ___ ________. 2 3s fie 196 Unknown _______ ______ st= of lot one and nt_ of Iot'1 ,
Unknown______________ se34 of ne34--___...____ _____ 4 3s ltie 186 three___ _________ _- ______-36 &Si16e 2 :9 store, one of which we claim
H P Plumerm____ ni5 of set4___________________ 10 3s Hie & 246Wm FW Ionroen ___ou lot 5.0 on Georgia line------ :>nle; 7 27 to ire uf
___ J D Langsdale_________ lot 5'1 on Georgia line__ i 1i lie 7 72 represent carry
f Haines_ _____ s1:of swig of ne34-_________. H 3s 16e 20 1 26 -I2j-31
i Sprig Wilson---- acres in sw corner of SWJ4 Saunders. & Lewis... lots No. 5f1.j, 5911, 597, 593,1. t stock every article of a paW"
of sw---------------. 21 3:1 l6e 4 109 59J! and 600, on i
Thomas Bailey__--____ net' -_--_-____ ____-__--___ 2:1 3s l6e 1 5 2'; line______ ___ -_- Georgia .n lit" 45ti 82-1 able nature that is demand
I 'r D Sealey--_____ ne34 of sway-______________:_ -3 35 tOe 1 11 D N Cone____________. nw3. of swj4-_____.. 19 In'l1e 1 H
Heirs of B J Roberts_ Ii acres lying south of F C &: Thomas Furgerson____ ne.1l and eja of nwta and 13' I aud that we can possiWj:
P railroad in net; of sei 25 3s 16e 17 2 ffin acres off north side of
L Colson_______-.__. an of Sl of nei- lying north nwaof sej.;___ ._________ 8 b.lie 2533 908 handle with satisfactory J
of F C &; P railroad----_. 26 3s 16e 53 -I 89 Heirs, of W R Keene__ e.14 of swj.i and nw3s of suits to our customers and:
ALe er&Son--_ .._-.swliof IW.1.---------------- 3s 16e 178 set" less thirteen acres .
John lcKise.u_. ne!. of nw'4- ___________ 3s l6e 1 78Itachael off north side of slf of : ourselves. \Ve buy our grtH,
Turner_______ 16 acre oil west side of neJ i sets ...._____= R h 17e U': 620
of !. ________ _______ 311tk 16 1561! Heirs of W R Keene__ ne 4 of ne!.&_________________ Ii Is ,lieto 125 series in such a manner that:
s, Thomas!.iof _______________. 3s 16e 1 781-Cnknown-------------- ,}f of lot 8------------------- 1S 1s 17e 3t'i 1 25
3c. Enoch Wardlow -- ne4 of swla and nwH ohel4 29 3s i6e &+ Unknownh -000- ne.l" of nwiu _____.00 _____ 21 Is lie 4C 120 we receive shipments everj;
t Unknown _. _______ --. nea of nei- and 3.vis ofue3-4 33s l6e 80 3.wi CO; ycKhaunm,. ------.-...________---_--- '% Ii lie 3":' 5 few often twoolt
7r Ueirsof DrJ EHarrl..sw .& of neLi anllseJ4.35 3s l6e 5-1' I BJ Bryan------------- "w ; ofset4-. ---- ---------- t :01 I days, as as
9. t Heirs of DrJEHarrisnwiiofneli-__________ 2 4s ICe I29i B J Bryan------------ rtv3i of Det.h.h--- f 3l Is I 17t' j>. -I 101;I three times a week.-Nwhicki
G A BueLm swi4 of seis---- ___ -________ -II:; 16e 4 1 78 UnknQ\vnm ____ ___ rj. of net4andswJ, of ne's '
: SBThompsonassignees;f of nwa____ ----- __ __ ___ ; -Is 16e 208 and n'. of sets and sw3. 'I I gives our customers the bell
4 F G A Buie-------------- nw4of ne 4- OOOOh____. IIIs 16e 4t 120r of se,14 and set; of swii_. 31 Is 1e 2h( 3 i1
r \ G DTonge__________ !le'. of nets -- _____hUh_ 10Is 1lSe 9 115Iohn Unknown ____Uh nw1.4 of nw!. -------------n Is lie 1 _o ;fit, not only of the Iowe l|
> Illiher-____ awi of nei 4 and nwJ.ofse4 1 4.. 16e 81 :1 lj Unknown -- -- _u_____ nets of swl-i__ ----uu.._ 31 h He 120
$ l W G DTongeh_ ef of nwi4 of nw3i and swyaof C \IcKhaun_________ swig of net' and nwjof prices possible but of purchasing -

nw------------------' II 4s 16e 238 sw'a------- __ __ ___ Is 17e 300 fresh 111)
t Henry Jerkins____ n___ e3: of se3a less 20 acres olf e Unknown ___ -----__--_ ne'4 ofswl --h----u-- __ 33 15 lie .(C lR11 groceries ,
side-------------------- 11 -Is 16e 60 2 ;53 W T Green------------ sell or sel u---h-h------ t I j i the time, which is an iteming
1 D J Gore-nm-------- s3_ of seii of nw3a and wJ-: WT Green------------ nwl.s ofs\v1" of sw------ j 34 Is lie :? 11'Unknownu '
of nwi- __nh____ 131:1 16e 1 2 :3 __-_ seJ-iof se4------ --- _-__.. 34 lit I.e 1 3..1 i itself. At your request ft
_'. Unknown------------- w3_ of nW,14 h mm__ 14I 16e St 200 Unknown --- .-----w14of ne'4------__._____ 3Is lie < 13 I
Heirs, Hattie Samples ni; ofsf-----h__ ___00 __ ItiIs 16e 16(+ 58.j1Jrs. C F \kKhaunu m_ nela and ne.i of ne34----- ; 2s lie 'Us -I 10 take your order every morning
: Rhoda Nelfu sip of s'-------------------- 16 4s lde 160 4 00 BenFSmith---------neandn!fofnw!{-__ --- -__ R :s lie '4. 300 and are
y ; SandySellershm_ sis of nwi4___ _______ _______ 18 4s 16e 80 312 UnknowDhm_ ; of se4------------------- 8 2s lie 8( 181 your groceries
Harrison \Vadkins.___ e4; of swl and wt_; of se3i._ IS 4s Hie 1 -193 Unknown------------- uw4 -- --- -___- _- __:__ _____ 11 2s nt" 1 3 12 delivered at door in
t' Unknownm______ ___ sw! of ne3i------_ 2 -Is 16e 40 290 C F IcKhaun_-____ __ nl, of ne.t.i and sw3a of Del. your
Martha Brooksh______ -w a of se.I. -- __ __ _hhn .* -Is l6e 1 81' an.f..'._ of se'4---- -_ G 2s l'e 1 4 31 time to put on your dinner;.
4 Nrs J H Twywane3of sell les32Uacresofl e t /Thomas, Jefferson--- --nesofse -_ -----------1( s lie }o 213 "
side -- _ 23 I Unknown .------------- "'Ivlof ses------------- : 2s He 4 125 you get what you order,UK|
swii ofnW1. & nw'a Ofsw.1 :HIs 16e 133 -13.) C. McKhaunh__ net and ne1; of swii and is be gad
l J M Marrow, trustee \\i of sei' and 20 acres off w i i nwi of swii aDd nS of to had in the city,

\ side 0 et, of 8e.4----m 23 h 16e 100 298 seii ---__- -_ _- -____--__ 21 2s lie ; 4 :3 it i is not
___ Callie P North________ of only put up neat
William Jack..onuu sSof, seo--- UUh-I -Is 16e 71-I 2 U :;} nw1-i and nwti of sw3't 2s 17e 1. oj 73
SamTolen-______.____ e.lf of e :--.h- ------- ----. -1:1 1tSe 1 385 Callie F N'orrh_._____ sw3. of seJ.i and ne3i ofse'4 fresh and clean, but you grt|
SfrsT W FieIJinu; _____ block No. 33 Columbia City .-----h--.N 25 lie 312 ;
neti t0 5s 1tie 1 2 cr [cKhaun.________ neiiof S\\'l ----------------U ?s lie 16 ounces tor every pound;
---- -- -- -- ---- ----- 120
______ ___h__ block No. ;; Columbia City I3t'lioknowh Julia Evans------------ aeJi of ne4----- -____.____ 3": _s He 1 81 -'
net4 __ mUh- -----1 5816e 1 2 C F \IcKhaunm all------------------_;_____ f you order. Did you ever
1 n L Wilkersonhh____ lot 6 in bik 75 Columbia City C P' \IcKhaunm_ --- -- all except t"f of nw3s-___- f -1 2s lie 1: 15 G8 stop to think of that? Well, *
Ss J Cl! McKhaunh. all--------------------------- 2s
1 ne3a hh --m.1 I6e 12'_ 9. He 64c 825 !
a Jonas Wilkinsnwfj of se34----------------- 12 5" We 23': o F IcKhaun_____ all except w3_ of nei4------ 3 3s lie 7 49 it is.not a bad idea to begin ;
Heirsof J M Mason. ___ nw3; of sel:& and D,12 of ne34of II OF cKhaun._._____ all except Sl_ of swi-__ 7 33 l'e ; ( 85i
se3i------------------- 1 5s 16e 60 26' Unknown-------;______ seas of nwi4--- ---_______ 833 1.e I 25 now; and you win\1 be surprised
Wm H Lyons--_ _______ sg of seia---------m-h---- 13 5s 16e 213 Unknown--------- h__ nail of nwta---------------- 11 33 l'e .1 125
JackPinkney.m__ ne3of nei.-------- 15; 5s I6e 40 1 021C Lnknovn __ ___ _.----h .eJ40fne}; and wis and wjs rot the 1 amount of your

NaJ1ildrethnela -- ____ _____ --- --- ---____ 19 5s 16e 1 3 12f of seis and se.l; of sel 4__ 13 :33 17e 4., 85'; month's time '
.'S HildrethmV}, mm_ _____muu__. 0 58 16e 32 5 9-t J T Baird-------------_ nw---------------------. .-. 17 33 He 1' 2 49 J savings in a
Isreal McDutlie_______ njS of ne!.,an;}nl,; of sw3sofney Unknown-------------- ui= ofne\ of se'4------- 17 3s l'le 0120 AVe invite to weigh ev-
_______ _____-mn__- '1 5s, 16" 1 2 73 James Backer_________ swii of neJ; and w3.; of se18 33 lie 1_ 450 you .
S Jay 8umpterm_. w3, of Dw.i)1 5s 16e 312. S BThompsonassignee ne.of!: nw3s less -10 acres every article) purchased of -
Sam Logan___ ---- -- seii of nwi4 less 10 acres oil off wet bide and s3. of r
t east side---_ 21 5s 16e 30 1.5 nwi'------------------ 3s 1.e i1 211 us; i is the proposition fair .
Sallie Sumpter -000___ 10 acres off e side pf seja of J B Varn-------------- 4e3i: of sw3a-----------------1 3s 17e 120
nwi'--------------------- 21 5s 16e 1 95 Wille Wade_____ _'__. .j acres in southwest corner one_ ? It is now up to yoa- -,

Wm H Lyon---------_. nf of ne!.'_um____________ "'4 5s Hie 2.J3 ofsw.i of se3i-.6 3s lie 5 128 We and wi dl*
C J Carutherssj3 of nw----------------- 2-1 5s 16e 312 Rena Grant-________ ef 9f swii of DW-4__________ Ii 3s l'e 9. are ever ready
Worth &; Walkerswii m_______ _n________.-_ 2-1 5s 16e 160 3 !80! Angeline PattersoB. acre in southeast corner. inij to ?el'YOU to the "
f __ __ __ __ of of I be:4tJ'
Henry Baily. neiof ndi less 6 acres oft swii sw};(, 105 feet

;.U soutbside._____________._ 015 :.:; 16e 34 2 -13 north and south by 210 of. our ability. Give .:
1 Worth & Walker__ ____ nw3y __umnnuh_ 25 58 16e 16 312 feet east and well t,
Calvin Sumpter20: acres off west side of wjs bounded north by Dorson trial. 1

of nwJ __ ___Uh___ -Y Johnson -----.-----.--- __ .? 3s He 1/ 323 .
0 acres off east side of el;] lIeirsof Thomas Stead ti acre in nl; of sw a--------: 28 3s l'e i... 26'> Yours for future ordersAV.P.SHEPPAKD.j;
of nei. _-h_____-_- 28 5s 16e 40 2 36 Unknown ______u______ begin at a point 2,'; feet west .
.William Ban 3--n o.f ne4 less 10 acre, oil 'e of southeast corner of
3 slde__._------------.8 5s Hie 3 42i lot 18 Bata survey thenc
$ Sam-Tolen._______ ____ 10 acres off eastside ohwJ east along railrod right j
of ne34.d',_ __ 28 5s I6e 49 2 06 of way 111 feet, thence I >? P'- S.-I handle the Celebratd;

Joseph Bynum..---.--- swii of nwji less 1 acre_____ :.. Ss 16f' 39 2 43 north 563 feet, thence "...X and Chet ij
Mrs T W Watson.,_ sw\ and w,": of seii----- J8 55 16e 2 2 433 [Continued OD Pages 9 and 101 Creamery Butter _
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j i Seemingly the present scourge is WOlf/IAN TO HELP ISLANDERS.

i! due to a series of hot summers and ,

Does mild winter, which have. encouraged ,i LIKE A DWCATe !t I 011 CUBA

your hair \ the propagation of the disgust MUSICAL IHSTRUMtJtT Industrial Villages to Be Established '
t ing molluslc where it is hot all the round
-by nature
a warm water year
split off In good condition she U sweet and lovable,
animal-and possibly other eonai s.pgs fe's sing on a joyful harmonious : in Porto Rico. Scott's Emulsion
the end? i ditions [ !
j may have helped it to millst Out of order or unstrung, there is
: Can you j tiply in unprecedented numbers. Its discordance and uahappiness. Just ts there! ieflj better than any where else

marked increase was first noticed 1i i is one key note to all m jsic so there is one keynote A..rle.URral Department IU PUai in the world. So don't
pull out a i I I.along the French shores in 1803;'ami to health. A woman might as well try 1 j W.ereby like Comdltloa of tie stop taking

handfulby recent investigations go to follOw that. t b fly without wings as to feel well and look People Can Be Greatly i it in summer or you will lost'

running 1 I after having exhausted the available veil while the organs that make her a woman Improved. J what you have gained
: are weak or diseased. She must be healthy I head fur a free sample
- supp'y on that side of the strait Inside or she can't be healthy outside. There t SCOTT lit BOWNE, ChnDists.
your the overplus migrated in I Witt a view to improving the conditional 4O'H15 Pearl Street, 'Nt'w York.'
swarm are thousands of women suffering silently all
sad Juxr an druggists
i 5UC-
lingers through it ? Across the channel to England. !t over the country. Mistaken modesty urges, the people of Porto Rico the I ;:

Does it seem dry and ,One of the first sins of its arW i,! l silence. While there is nothing more department of agriculture 'is gmu?

' ? jrhal r upon the shores of heron and admirable than a modest woman, health is consideration to the question of e tab- I
Cornwwa... the appraiance of.t rot;I the first Hiportance. Every other conli; >hing industrial villages in the is-

Give your hair a '[I great numbers 'of crabs which had I s s'deraMon should give way before it. Brad. i) land.; The manufacture of hats, traw > GOLD DISCOVERED IN SAMOA.

chance. Feed it. I been driven into the shallow, waters 1 J I field's Female Regulator' is a medicine fOi.women's |, goods and matting;; the production of I t -

II by the marauding mollusc The ills. It is -> raw silk and the canning of tropical t BUck sand llrldia* $1>4O Tea
I 14tF f I
The roots are not thesafestandquickestwaytocursku- .
; inenter, the trap of the rxiirsneii C.-:-. fruits arc examples of mnt ro..e I. large QacBtltle oa the

[ dead ; they are weak and ,!t'dioth... lobsters aailTrab I I corrhea, falling of- I j I. which would be beneficial. Dr. S. A. .....e of tpt. +la.

( because they arestarvedthat's which hive been caught anti sometimes j| fhewombnecv\lU-\ II i Knapp.-uho has investigate the agri- -'
A discovery of gold is reported in the _
all. I the seine nets are litl'rally'burdrn..d ness headache.i .- t t f cult ural conditions Porto Rico,says:
I Samoan Ulan-os. lllavk :
with the writhing backache and general I "The early ts-tabliahmtut of a number running
--The I monster. weakness.You ;II I : of minor iudustrits closely related as high as $'J4D a ton i is said to have been
: bill be found the island of
astonshed: on I'pola.
best The female octopus makes her i I to agriculture U of \ital importance to
nest I 'I
In i at the result, es- I III y Capt. Best formerly of the Oceanic
any.sheltered and convenient hoi, 'I' future prr-iptrit The object cf such
hu i rrood t I Steamship e: who the rocks. There she lays, 'her I experimenting ,. industries is to give profitableemploj- mpany pasted
through Honolulu: the
on steamer
s. which in due time hatch out with other I ment to the \\ivesandchKdrenoffariut
? octop od s. One of the curious | called \' 'I ; laborers bO that the earning aln'ity of Aoraogi oo his way to Samoa, is ad-
: thoritfur the statement that com-
Hairm incidental to the repent i We are net asking I the home may doublt-d and in some a -
I pany baa been formed and an o-ton
( has been the finding of im--! youtotryinuncer- i eases quadrupled. l'ndfr.surh conditions
L I schooner bought to work the sand and
ense numbers of minute P l1lpR. not I tainty. Bradfield's i I j i if the head of a Ilmilfail:; for .
j 12egulatorhasmadehappythousaadsof carry the product to S,>doer, Ten tons
lorn u hatched, ami hardly biger t than : any cause to earn his "a ;e.the hbnie
of the sand -
already sent to Sydney is
'If you don't want grains of i'e.Xot much Is known j women. What it goes on. The earning capacity is lessened stated to have averaged 47 ounces of
T as to their but the home is
rate of growth but it not lrtjtd.,
your hair to die use has done for others pure gold to the ton. Nickel and tin
takes them. years to mature. : It can do for "This has its moral as hell as vet -
you. j ore also are declared to exist in large _
'iyer Hair -- nomic !
s, Vigor Said in drugstores tearing. Many philathropi? (quantities in Samoa.
O Ice a day. It makestilt" A surgical operation is not neces- I!j' $1 a bottle. I(: Porto Ricans suggested that the laborers'on i',-ill send these ores to San't.

: sary to cure, piles. Del itt's Witch i i j A tree illustrated coffee and tobacco plantations a ,

: hait grow, stops Hazel Salve' saves all that expense i: book Walt whowraeio UlU btf sent" scattered upon the mountains,without'ruads

filling! ; and cures,.dan land I never fails. Beware of count*r-1. society or schools,with the chil- Miss Mamie Rjiith, Middlcsborn,

druff.It fct its. A. II. Wise.; | 'rH[ BRUri LDRCGUAIOKCO. drtrn nude and Mmi\\ilJ. could never Ky., writes: 'My little sister had :

\ I derive the full advantages of a free : the croap ver? bad. I eave her

,always restores "Ilis Great Self'U a new hook, I Atlanta, w. education and be influenced by the elevation several does of Koley's Honey and
color,to gray or faded I of society until they Miregathered Tar and she was instantly relieved.
hut it isn't J.I
an autobiography of
into ; 11 saved her life. C.AV. Price.
small and .
villages become
balm it never fails. j i --
I Pierpont Morgan, as might be 1
supposed The of Italian amenable to social laws,
nurse the
J r Ml AMU*. AU drug ji U. ; new royal
, '' '''OIIII1oU1i1 ot!fer', Hair Vigor from the title. infant is a lady to be envied. Bsilts e- | "In a republic this cannot be done by Don't wait until your property is

| MoM.4 ta hair from hUua oar N I liberal -r force, but once small industrial "illaj'u burned but take out tire protection
I and
a4 nitHfittonD w again rW 11. receiving! pay a penSion
Geo. C. Ilickock Curtis Wis. '
Wirt she will get IJ.OOO with b3by'sfirst are established in the country in advance 'all on T. H. Hodges
: Dafc.laaft says: uFoley's Kidney Cure has been : the seatttred mountain population w ill who represents nine of the best comI ,
,: tooth another 2.ftiO when
Hair Vigor oomplete tested and found to he all you claim j| $ the be attracted to the tillage by its sue :I j panics. Ottice opposite Baptist
.. ...Hk trom dandruff wliii.lucn II child is able to speak and $.',000 mot |
Iwe1r.u yutiaued.T1egruwthofx for it. I have given it to my father j I perior earning capacity and its advan- church. Tnone 34. .
k Jr dlallu tiiw' has-been IOJII8WlllwoliderfuL and it is the only thlDthat ever \\hen her little royal highness canwalk -; tages for school, society and betterli'ing.

LrauO.Gsettxt. helped him." G. W.Reduce Price_ 'alone It's Standard Oil stock I The establishment of these ul 'I Eczema. !Faltrheum tetter, chafing ."

;iprfl 13, 9II.___!YorkN.T. to wrapping paper that that baby's i loges will be no detriment to the farm ivy ironing; and all skin torturesare
';H TV*cto M. obUln aU th. llellefill a man to a state of numb because the
M or*** froM UK me o(the list I gums will be kept sore in nurse's huntfor village labor v*ill be w ithin quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch _'
TIM,nu tb*Doctor aboul U despair and he becomes a machine inconstant the reach of every farm." Hazel Sahe. The cetain pile cure.
that first tooth.SHUDDEUS
__Dm.J.C.LYFloomsMtM of .- A. H Wise.
danger a bma.-h-up. ,

'.< ..' I. had a nt sore on my breast "I recall now with horror," says Why doesn't some yellow reporter

3:' '- r" : for over a year," .says Henry R. Rich-1 ilail Carrier Bjrnett Mann, of Le- # An Ingenious Treatment by whuhOrunk.arl :: get Teddy to express his opinion of

j arils of WilUeyville, N. Y.; 'and vanna .O three of suffer the third-term movement. _
iEV1L' FISH PLAGUE; "my Jean I are being Cured daily '
] great many remedies, but got noj' I
: ins from Kidney trouble. I was in Spite of Themselves.
'i< hardly' ever free from dull aches or -
i ii
fter box
using one-half I

was perfectly :' I Charles J. Moffett, a graduate of
I acute pains in back. To NO NOXIOUS 1)C16ESyEAI+E\L\ ,
cured. I cannot recommend i my stoop or
iatWh' Quanel Overrun with the ,lIt I too highly." G. W. Price, i;ll lift mail sacks made me groan. 1 t j;I OK TIFNF RtF.S-A PLEASANT AND Jefferson: Medical College, Philadelphia :

'x= :Demons of the Sea. r POSITIVE CURE FOR THE 1'a., in his extensive and suc-
felt tired worn out about ready to
tJ I Mark Hanna i--- little behindhand i UQtOR H\HIT. cessful treatment of children in ,.:

give up, when I began to use Electric ; U Georgia, in overcoming the trouble
< It now generally known and understixMl
in capturing the title of -'col Hitters, but six bottles 'completely tbat Urunkenness is a Uiase and out weak- I incident to teething and hot summer -
.....*i.*.Wntnrt .(a Flacme TiW a j I nesH. A body ailed with IHMSOII and .
..'... one( ; Perry Heath got his several. i| ,cured me and made me feel like a. aver<1lcumpl..t"'y" Teethina (Teething Powders)
--.Ur FaU.. Up.a .It. I by irriiidical or cu n- counteracts the effect weather
years ago. unrivaled to''' slant use ot intoxicating li<|U rs. rryuiran -
i- M :kagtlais, mad Frcmch sea i t man. The're aotidute capable ut neutralizing a t r and keeps the digestive organs in _
.CSaata. regulate Stomach, Liver, Kidneys j eradicating tills frown. and destro\!' too a healthy condition, and has saved ;
;-i .a Stops the Cough and Works off the and ttowels. Perfect satisfaction !' cravini; tar intoxicants. uSerers rum auu the lives of thousands of '
ffio; I cure themselves at Dome without in
Geo.V.. Price. publicity .
::1,ibgn< U horrid in its way as any COld. 51.1 guaranteed by Only : orUfesot lime tram business bY this ,,"un. the doctor's native State where 3

tit tag from which the ancient laxative Brorao-Quinine Tablets ]I cents. dertul"-llOMk attcr:COLDC'CRI many tears':-- of which close bas studr hciaperleited I physicians prescribe and all unthcrsgive +
it and it is
,1.tiau'suffered has assailed the cure'a cold in one day No cure, n o'j' It is not surprising that New Yorkers ; and treatment ut inebriates. The taitbtul of ,section in mothers 1;
II ; use according to directions ot this woody our to allow their babes .j.jI
t tasth coast t t England. I pay. Price 2:; cents. I got tired of putting up money for[ tut discovery is positively guaranteed to | and little children to suffer and per- J
; "Cwatles cure the mtx.tobatinate case,uo milser ho
"- hordes of octopi-t4HHsD'ot the brand of reform turned out by bard a driukec. Our records show tar mar-1* j haps die when relief ean be so easily 1
Victor Hugohaveadedthe -'I This country era horrified at the the committee of fifteen. vclous [tramsturuaticu ot thousands of j obtained by giving Ttetbina. It J

: gush channel and toe t results of the Spanish policy of concentrating I! i 1 Uruudards. into su industrious and upright !I costs only "i> cents at druggists; or c.;

;1104,Bang the shores of Devon n ('uban'oll1t'n an.l. children '1- 'The doctors told me my cough was \\ m..n.'n'os cute your HrSBANns" CHILDKEN \ mail i> cents to C. J. ,Moffett M. D., ..iI

"114 Cornwall in such numbers as to I in camps>,, hut tell attention is i incurable. One Minute Cough Cure is ia uo cure sense your a nostrum KATHEKS"but Ii a Ibis 1Jt'ciltc remedy t >rl I St. Louis! Mo.- :.1

'Mar"belief. Traveling about in this disease only, and is so skiltully dt'\.i.,...
given to a similar pursued by made well Norris Silver :
tssraodingi rnoif., thry have well- policy II me a man. and prepared thai it Is thoroughly soluble I Recent accounts would indicate 1
British in South Africa with the I and pleasant. to tile tate.iO that it
the North Stratford, N. II.-Because you cangivru be I that tbN is
i destroyed the local lobster and 1 in a cup 01 lea ur cutfte without l j I a pretty hot winter in
,> isheries by devouring these same results-ruination of the health j'i have not found relief from a stubborn -", knowledge ol the person taking it. Thousands the Transvaal this summer,after all. !
don't One Min- ;
cough despair. ot Drunkards bare cured tlnmselves
Boers i iJ
wholesale, reports the I of many. Two prominent are i ute Cough Cure has cured thousands !}, with this priceless remedy and as many
,.. York World. I now in this country to tell aboutI and it'iII cure you-tafeand sue C. 1 1inure: have: been the cured and made"ra'emt'a -I The bilious, tired, nervous man cannot

f, :0. he French Bide of the straits, these cam ps.CASTORIA. A. R. Wise. '! loving by friends bating and relatives CIUK administered without their by successfully compete with his .

ttpeaiilty in' I knowledge m coOee or tea. and believe-' al. "
the department of Fin- ----- -- II healthy m DeWitt's Little E ir-

ktt e1 %bey-are thrown up on the i The weekly bulletin denying that' day that tree they wI'.L UiscontiaueUdrmtnigor IK NOT W A 1'1'. Uo not lie tb..iro"'n de- ly Risers the famous pills for con ti- ',

,,--I Vy the sea after storms in Charles Emory Suiitn a ill retire from I larded by .apparent" and misleading 'iiprovement. patiol1 I will remove the cause of your ,S( ,

'-lllliJltitlea that their loathsome I I the Cabinet is getting monotonous. and tor all time.Drive TheHOME out the disease GoUnt'KK"is at ome | troubles. A. 1:. .Wise, j

kvdfe. tate been gathered up and --- sold at tile extremely low price ot One j j s
. ,I Dollar thus placing within reach ot eervbody '- ], The after-din
: trasred by hundreds of cartloads I to For Infants and Children. SUCCESS WORnJ KNOWING.! I, a treatment more effectual than olh. rr bojuet throwing

Iftytllt the j from endangering the > t 40-}ears success in the South prove's ers costing IromlJS to*:,U. Full directs'accompany ,," ,' lately indulged in by British and
The Kind You Han Always Bought each
packajje. Special adv Ue
lod 1 Tonic tor American millionaires ill '
? &Ithly rotting. j Hughes' a great remedy i I by skilled i'"w hen requesUd ilb- not pre- _
<; *s7 of these creatures have a chills and all malarial fevers. Better i out earn barge. Sent prepaid any 1. \entthtirdoinir each other in bullt "
Bears the I! ot tbe world on receipt ot Oue Dollar. AUdrevs ?
than calomel and quinine. Contains -
** of
i six feet or more the ten- I bi Dept. LO.' I'UVVIX ttClLt.siaiM- !t ness as often as they get the
tom; Signature of no arsenic. Guaranteed, try it. i :
three feet in and PANY.itWandJ3KMarketbL.Pniladelpbia.
length I tumt
w+'!'4'with suckers as big as 50- r At druggist JOc $1 bottles. aprlS'Ol AU correspondence strictly confidential. I 1' oppor:1'

!"h fles .
But specimens hate i -- -. -- -
eakea very much Sreater in size, '

bdlildnals are known,sometimes "'",

'L hl'a me *orement ft 16 feet
;-""'\ tip to arm tip. That the \

wleg wi11 readily attack hu-
..J&&; {.WUlflIa'well"known, the BuckJac.4 )

+lib with which the ,arms are -

Ib led holding the victim with anihe' fflTATI0
"" -\ !
force, Once fairly em- 4
kJ "the animal, there is small

for the strongest man, unless

h. hick J nongh to have a 'big

Of P spear.

AE- most surprising point about

I *ri. referred to is that the oe- .J

ball rarely been seen hitherto

h w te'.. ;so rarely, indeed
IiB_many years past ...peeiCOIIld 1p:1iCur.:

only be obtained for ,

h England at long inter- t I t, ., '

paid,belt a sovereign was fre- j'". .
a small one alive.
'1 numerous in the )fediter4 -
ranges u far north as; -
'Ballade of the tugOA chan-:

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The f i I \[ Harry Alfred GtaDt.a .
CitizenReporter.cla ity is'divided into-two great i \\ clip the following from the editorial i Our state department has official | Fannie Jordon, the cbarmtsga! .SJ..!..
information'that China has agreed toI l complisbed daughter of -
Times-Union and
sses-the Workers and the Idlers of the _
H. 1:. DoDD, EDITOR lID PBOfIETOLL I page don, were united in .
E. DODD,Assistant Editor. !-those who accomplish much and t 1 Citizen, which is an article from the I pay *3I5,000,000< to the powers as in- home of the bride marriage at I it f

>-' "5*. ==j I talk little and those who' talk much pen of Hon. F. E. Harris, member of ; demoity for the destruction of life Tuesday morning. ; "'r'!'<.I
Official Newspaper of Columbia County and and the Florida i, and by the Bosers. While The ceremony was .
.tile Town of Lake City, Horida. :I i accomplish little. .t the board of trustees of property
I has i the amount has been agreed upon [r the spacious parlor which ..1r
Man not, like that diminutive Agricultural College, originally appearing ] decorated W>s .
Published every Friday at Lake City. Fla. ditferences'about "
Uttce-South ot Courthouse Square. !little insect, the bee; reached the I in the Ocala Banner: j there are still the j r roses. ever-gtefJjU4pi_:{
--- | high state of perfection which countenances "The legislature of Florida. in IIS interest and the time of payment. ; The couple approached tie
A4TirtiiiogEitoirinish<> spoa( Applica GI. |{ the summary disposition of ; handsome appropriation for the Floj t i Nor has the amount 'to be paid lot i to the beautiful strains of -

Entered in Lake City poi>tomc a. wcond ![ that'incubus-the drone. j rida Agricultural Gollege, has made \ each of the allied powers been deft ; sohns Evans,march and rendered by S p. '
class matter. ..-_ wiH into :j nitely fixed. The bonds will cither standing amid a toe*?
=========== =-- = ,j The Worker is the man who uses = for itself a name that pass pink roses and maiden-hair
Subscription $1.00 Yrr Yea r. i his time, talents and money to the J history j be guaranteed by the powers con- .they were united in the bou4a

; 'beif. advantage for-himself and for ...Every cent asked for and for every j cerned, or will be issued directly tot; made them one, by lev.JC ,
FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1901. his fellows. He is a useful man in ;I.purpose named was appropriated.Including j them in proportion to their reo g-1; in The green bride silk was grenadine exquisitel with*

any community and he it is who is Mr. Flagler's gift of : nized demands. and black silk trimming .J4lIIIt
moving the world onward and up-ll i ), the trustees have #:,500.attheir It is to be houed that our govern- few very intimate frielidoj Wr a

" Probably the reason why President ward to the climax of human pro-j disposal. : mjnt will go into no scheme for the |: family were present. .

McKinley'has issued his ultimatum. grel 3. j The credit for so large an appropriation joint ownership of the Chinese bond [! an Immediately elegant breakfast after the tete

t Ii that he zees the utter impossibility By the term Idler we mean' thej:: is almost wholly due to Hon. ; Such a joint interest would either !i: at 9 o'clock the haPPycouple wUacnti

i : of a third term. shiftless man, floating without a compass Geo. W. Wilson, president, and IIo a j require a concert of action which' way of the G S. & F. tbroug\lefty

I on the great sea of life, devoid John D. Callaway, secretary, of the i might at times be disagreeable to u?, 1 er of rice, for the home of tgegt
\ of ambition and i or make a rupture with th e.i at Athens, Ga., and from there !
If some of those who are the moat caring for naught board of trustees. j necessary I will
j a bridal
goon tour lS
blatant in their criticism of others but that which satisfies his animal Judgment, tact, skill, diplomacyand j other powers that might cause unpleasant -:'American exposition. TheIr to the

will only stop and search their own appetites. Such a man adds nothing rare executive ability were required complications. So far we i home will be at Tbelma.. f mt:.:::::
character for a moment they will '! to the sum total of human happiness: all of which were displayed i j have been very fortunate in keeping I j The young couple have >

t find that they are not perfect and j: No community, no matter how by these gentlemen, as the resultsshow. I free from all entanglements In t'hinaand i i; them friends a long In this life city of who vii!__

! don't even approach it far enough to prosperous and progressive, Is entire- have made a record in our necessary j happiness. aninterrajss 7?

., be.called .moral. free from Infection. The Idlers are This, perhaps, will be more clearly I operations there which contrasts ____ --t,
usually to be found ornamenting the understood when it is remembered I most honorably with the savage war- FOR RENT A six room S(3

= Hon. Frank Clark, chairman of the street corners and other" places fa that ten thousand dollars was tbe j I fare and the long list of varied outrages .. two blocks from Marion street jj
ply! to J. D. Callaway
j State Democratic Executive Committee vorable for venting their Views, largest sum ever secured by any previous that have been committed by ; \t

r' lawyer and politician, has Ideas and Opinions. board of trustees. ,some nations who boast of their Girl VOTICEU' hereby that Jtb JD T; !

left F1orld jkto try his fortune in the The homely, but in no way to be Mr. Wilson invited the president of i liza: tilln. i I! of l>this tendon notice to to Usue S. B.twrty TbompwiB days after 3gf

wild we! t. He has gone to Oklahma despised game of checkers, and the the State Agricultural Society, the ,, If our portion of the Chinese in.1! ot the State of Florida a Tax Dee M II tiza at

City, Oklahoma, here he will en- mild exercise of whittling have given president of the State Horticultural lidemnity i bonds should be issued directly -I I tor being toe bitdate Columbia described rcuatr 1aada I.,.y r ,

1 gage in.the practice of law. Be says place in late years to the more dig- I Society and prominent members of: ', to us we could adopt onr own I off to wit west: side The he loves Florida and that it ia with pitied discussion of Politics,Religion, the State Farmers1 Institute from i methods of procedure in case China' R Iii E.. less 8 acres in SWi of SEfc"j 2g l
I ,
i i j Wi tue.s n band and
regret that he leaves the btate. the Moral and Intellectual status of i I various sections of the..state to golf I to meet her obligat wn.f j I June. A. D. j WUI. M.teal)(.SctttotWife this yn a}t

the community, and the Propagation i before the committee, and plead for |f The general opinion is that the (iEALj Clerk of tae Clrcsit: tf

An eminent French physician re of ScandaL The massive Brains and !'I the appropriation, which, together |; European powers which are to rei I Application for Permit.

; cently declared that the people of towering Intellects that erst found I with the statement from the tom i jceive the largest indemnities are1 i, VOTICE or APFUCATIOJ lOll i il Plili1t
.England and the United States eat the excitement of the game and the 1' mittee on the part of theboard of: ; really anxious that China should fail l SEU.UQCOB&VISI.HA5DBEIB: i'
too much lie notice is hereby given that iota K. Ettaj j
meat. ascribes this
as calm rustle of pine shavings excel-i| trustees. bad a most telling effect. i tl} make prompt payment so that; :! has filed with tile Board of couui tat_
the cause for the alarming prevalence t lent forms of mental gymnastics, The amount asked for was >! they may have an excuse for seizing I II I j!!I application missioners of for Columbia the right county and a permitu Roodite'4l-j
of appendicitis. Vegetarians, I have grown-with their environment recommended. j Chinese territory. i liquors,wines and beer In Elettui MIIt.
I''I Nu. if,of said
the doctor, connty and State aulast'
says are never subject to -and have found that Community j We believe it will prove fortunate: j The probability that we shall not I, application will be acted on br tilt uUboird

the disease. It is needless to add Gossip and the.Discussions cited afford .; for the state of Florida. We believe j engage in this land grab is most gratifying. f regular of meeting cuunty commivaiHiers, which will be attteirxs.krill ;sine

that be thinks we should eat less greater scope to the convolutions | it is the best day's work ever done by We have quite enough outlying drat Tuesday in July T A.a, out at Bo'cia
i a the forenoon of said day sad tit
meat and more vegetables and. in all at
of their ebullient gray matter. : any legislature. provinces-' already.-Atlanta". ; Hoard hereby calls upon aaydtueiotKl
seriousness, we believe he is right. Journal! 'I Election! dittrict who may desire\ ttn fc '
They frequently talk of
the halcyon ] It is now in the power of the board ; show cause if any there be.altlu tains
days when Silver was Free, thenbewail 1 of trustees to found a college that regular meeting said Board, safa i
For the fourth time our grand ju You Know What You are Taking permit shall not be granted to tit Jflt-
has recommended the the fact that money is Tightsecretly 1 will reflect honor on our growing cant. By order of tbeBoard of amatr omisaione'rs

ry of a new court house. construction With our wishing they were in the !i I state, and redound to the good of its When you take Grove's Tasteless This the 3rd of day Columbia of June.A.caBBty.0.-.ntat.:
same condition National calamities |youth of both sexes." Chill Tonic because the formula ia &L M.SCAMOMBC del
county commissioners ready to take
are predicted with the plainly printed on bottle showing
}3 utmost This encomium i every 1-.1
the matter under consideration and pronounced by a
precision and the fate of nations is that it is simply iron and quinine
with a strong sentiment in its favor member of the board on the signal
i decided. All phases of the political !n a tasteless form. No cure no ,
throughout the county we confidently I ability of two of his brother members 50 cents. pay. FRESH OCALA LIME
1 expect to see the new building situation are discussed at length. Hons. Geo. W. Wilson, of Jacksonville ---- !
I Great questions of state are considered ; and Fruit fruit 44 IN ANY QUANTITY,IDE SALS Bt
materialize in the near future. No Jno. D. Callaway, of fruit: If you have any
mm can defend the present courthouse I analyzed, dissected, and weighty this city, 'is a tribute justly deserved.The i
. either on its beauty, safety or I criticisms made. Then statesmenof man paying this tribute has been j '
all degrees are taken -withoutregard : cheap.
i convenience, and we don't think i up in a position to observe clearly everymo'e -

4- many will attempt it. I to position or former condition that has been made. He knows 1[ -
of servitude-and disposed of who has planned and who has executed -

The figures for the war department with the nonchalance of a street and if be is not in a position to I ,

giving the amount of revenue collections gamin husking peanuts. judge of the ability of his associatesno

's from our Philippine trade The only disagreeable feature no one is. 1 I Watchmaker i;

between April 11, 1&00, and February this latter day tendency is that they We are personally acquainted with j !!ft. : .

I 28, 1001, show that during that period may become so accustomed to rest much of the work accomplished by !j a Jeweler Graduate Opticiaa-Scientific JsVfitung
that they'll never die. Society could of Spectacles. zap Mj
nearly two years the total government the member named above who is a Goods. Engraving a Specialty -il
collections on goods sent not stand up under the accumulation.West resident of this city. He has worked i Yl; ,.

from the United States to the Philippines Point nmtary Academy. faithfully-has been indefatigable,iI f: and Optician. ,
was $1,012,9'-5. the and deserves I i1J.l
During I credit and unstinted .'" .
same period the total collections at I take this method of giving noticeto praise."o b.; That is our busioess-anj we are doing oar best to pk at-'

our ports on goods imported from the those young men in the Second ---- --- I t.1\ you and give you the best serrice. j'LV ,
Philippines was 1196,149. These are Congressional District of Florida wt I Paints, oils, glass, putty and var-| i'! Everything anywbcre.we do we warrant flow better il

small amounts compared with the desire an appointment to the UnitedStates i j' niches in any quantity at Young's' 'fliJ Everything we sell we guarantee, and protecl.JOlllaJOV Vi
hundreds of millions of dollars we Military Academy at West drug store. :; fli; purcba in every way-ia Prices and ia Qui itJ. vROBT. i1

Y' have spent on the Philippines. Now Point, that competitive- examination ---- I
Council Proceedings. i ii
that the war is over there will be, no i will be held at Palatka, Fla., at !f I'fIi1 '- T. RADFORD. |
z doubt, an increase of our trade with : 11 a. m., Wednesday, June 2tf, MOL .i; Council Chamber, Like City }:'la., i i

ii these islands, but there is not the Prof. W. M. Holloway of Alachua, j! June 10, 19tH. :f f fI
1 slightest Adjutant-General W. A. McWilliamsof Council met in special session,Pres-1.1 I .
probability that for -
i _* many .
d years to come we shall get anything St. Johns, an 1 VoL J. T. Wills off I I ident Parker presiding. Present, ;

i like enough from that source to pay Bradford, have been requested by me :..1. Ald.ton and Gilen!Watts., Inman, Henson Plymp-! .... !!! !!! !!! !! !!!! !! !!!! ;;;;;; ;;..

the expenses of maintaining a government to act as an examining committee.I I'I ...
I there. shall appoint the young man winning President Parker stated that council :!
'r first place as the principal was called to consider the removal I, .
i cadet
i m For
1 Ready Easter
There are perhaps very few persons and the young man winning second of the wooden building owned by !. =
i who are aware that the applecrop place as the alternate. Mr. Adams an Block 9. i ... If!
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of the United States is worth No one is eligible'to this appointment I Aid. Gillen offered the following j /N faclOrtly 1"0111' Easter: The wants largest of e and kino can be 1111 here promptly and sack ::
fi # more than the wheat crop. The reports unless he be an actual resident motion: That the marshal, if any j MH han ever presented: awaits you mOlt beautiful collection of K 1lnefJ" It-!

of the census of 1900 prove th' of the Second Congressional District I attempt is made_to remove the build-' M IM

The total apple crop of the United and not under 17 or over 21 years fling! shall arrest the offender and : e: SPRING AND SUMMER HATS

States was 215,000,000 barrels. The a ge. He must be of good moral char- t! bring them before the mayor for tri- ::: Together with a complete line of all kinds S
of IIfI.t-cIl. Jll&ncry
average price was about $2 a barrel, acter. Upon application I will be1'j I al, seconded by Aid. Inman,' and their IN aw arts Jour pteullre. Qut-(>t-towa orders receive prompt atieullua. m tpt

j 'making the crop worth $430OuO,000. glad to send War Department 'c j i motion was adopted. i tell !.+flMRS.

Our heat crop varies considerablybothln J, cular giving an outline of qualific a- t I On motion council adjourned. I L. T. FUNK.. :::
quantity and in price, but its tiOD Attest: W. M. IVES, Clerk. ; ...
k =
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value averages about 3dO,000OuO, a I regret not having given longer ; tHill
i year Toe apple crop of our country notice, but I have just been request-i! Gone to Never Return. i! illiHiHHifllifJilliiiliHfu1

r is therefore worth 50 per cent more ed by the War Department to make j M. E. Wright, who has just received I -

than the wheat crop and our wheat r my aopointment by July 1st, so that ) :a new stock of hardware, crockery. Z -
crop is the largest in the world. Our the candidate may report for exami-', !glassware, house furnishing goods, Mf ;;!o.' 'KgCo K' ;:::!o ,":
S-tsJ t te .S''!,?*?
exports of apples last year exceeded: nation at West Point on July f:5h|, 'groceries, etc., with the very lowest ttlf w ,

i 4,000,010 barrels, and will be even, next. t! prices, had the misfortune to lose:
larger this year: 'The demand for apples 1.1 i ROUT. W. DAVIS. (three fine hens, stolen from his coop THE FLIGHT OF TIME l :

i in European markets far exceedsthe i Palatka, Fla., June 10, 1001. 1(Saturday night. He would like to. ,
have them back but ;
they will ,
supply, and hence -
V I bably never be returned. Leaves
tl procession of
j much better than they are here. Mr. Jas. Drown of Putsmouth Va., 'i struggling hu @.
manity behind.
But it doesn't I
J leave
--- if
90 of
over years age suffered for years
us behind.
Circuit Court. I with bad oa We have too much at stake
a sore his face.' Ph>si- MERRY'S to allow
j..cianI! could not help him. PeWitt's that.We're right up with
In the cast of Johnson Kirby Cok fliJ
| Witch Hazel Salve cured him pcrma-t $ in every respect. That's.
indicted for murder in 1st degree j jury -Jnently.. A. P. Vise. t DS tp why we're pretty nearly the whole
brought in a verdict for manslaughter -r----------- You show in
if our line of business.
fcaw wbktyou're
tie was sentenced to | Important.
twelve )ears imprisonment at hard I am selling to the people of Lake when you plant

labor and his bail was fixed at $;?,,OJ. I City milk equal to any in the Isouth boy Ferry cheap Seed seeds you It you cant I Dry Goods and Clothing. I

r In the case of Jno. C. Willi.)u, I ;and; I want to furnish you. I give'' btiott. Take no chance*- t/i1 .
col., Indicted for murder in 1st degree -my I whole attention to my business | t Fury Dealers vruyvhert -

the jury could not agree, on LI I:and cattle and I guarantee my milk ] tot 19V1 tell SMd t&em.Annual Write M. L. Ply m pion & Co. |

verdict Hiss bail was fixed at $1000. the equal of any and it will keep from tree.
4 to 6 hours longer than
i MJ VSmith, convicted of aggravated i Try it. M pints for any$you LIJO'cantret. de I L 11. FEtE> assault, was fined 15.00 and I livered night and morning. DtfnN.Igdl. .I.
costs f :<9 :.'S: t .
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-. I School Board Proceedings. I Place your order for fruit jars with $I f. Death- of Little Carroll Harris. YOn

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I The school board of Columbia Streety. the morning of June 11Carroll, s?

.A t: : Most Complete Stock of county met in Lake laity 011 Monday, ,Cucumber Pickled in bulk-W. p. the little baby girl of Mr. and Mrs.

.;June 3rd, 1901.Memberspresent. SHEPPARD'S is the place. J..O. Harris, at the sweet and interesting .i

:ring and Summer Millinery : W. T. Henry, FOR SALE-Cheap, a good second I age of twenty-six months went

: chairman; J. E. Wise and Dr, 8. L. band piano. Apply to ll: H.Palmer. away to minister before the face of :

I Of any house in the City n Berry. Minutes: of last meeting were "7" Mixture-the greatest blood our Father above. 1
-, w..: read and approved. A frail little could
purifier of the 20th century. Young's thing no longer
r Display'atnIS
> on ; The board ordered an election to I Drugstore.For withstand the potter cf the disease

$ H. RILEY be held in the following described a "palate tickler" try Ander that early got bold of her body and

,. territory: Beginning at the NW son's Jams at SHEPPARD'S-they're made the sweet little darling a great 0,

Leading ,Milliner.PARASOLS. corner of Sec. 18, Tp. 6, R. 17, SE, the "trick. sufferer. .

i thence south along range line to the It is believed that Gen. Fred. We tenderly laid her away to sleep, s

-<.I Belama public'road, thence east Grant has been more richly rewarded on the morning of June 12, and com :<
along the Belama public road to the I mended her loved ones to the tender
for looking like his father than
> ,, ,- half mile line dividing Sec. 3, N & S, any man In America. mercy of Him who gave, and who :
in Tp. 7, range 17, thence north took back the little darling. "The :

through the center of Sec. 3, Tp. 7, Try the new remedy for costive:] Lard gave and hath taken away, Y

''J"" range 17, and Sees. 15, 31:27: 22, 15, ness Chamberlain's Stomach and blessed be his name."
to the SE corner of the NEB of Liver Tablets. Every box: guaran- To listen '
teed. Price, 25 cents. For sale by the patter of the darling little
Parasols Parasols ,I NW!#Sec. 15, Tp. J8, R 17, thence Geo. W. Price feet
west one mile, thence north J. of a To linger for the chatter of 'the illS that V |
One of my lady, customers says, made life sweet
mile thence 21 miles
to placeof
"You sell the best milk I've had since To watch the empty cradle when the shadows -
beginning on range line. Said I left Canada." And she meant settle low
territory being in Columbia county Will make the home so lonely evermore
what she said. Try it and you will
and one-fourth of the voters residingin evermore. -
J IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS. the above described territory say its the best you ever used, 13 qts. lilltoh'tbokfeet will come not, while I
pe- or 28 pts., il.OO. ). R. Ca tas. wait with heart aglow
titioned for an election to create a -- Nor her prattle wake the echoes the hoursgo
special school district, to elect three Results Elimination. by I know, -

Chlidrens-2: )c to $1. )0.Ladiesjoe trustees and to to run vote the'on public the millage schools Out of the thirty-four applicants Bat vain I call my little Carroll.I call and call in

standing the June examination there For one Ilttle- angel body can ne'er come
within this territory.The .
to$5.oo4 returns from election held in were twenty that received certifi back again.
Ilrgondthis scene of trouble of .rain and
Hagen, sub-district No. 3, were can- cates.' grief and stit re.
Those receiving first grades were: She goes within the to bliss -
vassed and C. W. Douglass, M. Gil- portal and endless -
len and J. W- Hatcher were elected Misses Minnie B. Parrish, May Tom- life
linson Mamie She chants: the praise of Jesus, the little
B. Miller, Annie L.
trustees and a 2} mills must be levied children friend.
in said t for the of McClinton,. H. IJziIe Jeffries; Me .;rs. And waits for
diatrj: support the loves who Ifbger in service to
: b JflS. E. YOUNG ..e.Locaj public schools A. F. Rumpb,-D. E. Knight- and J. C. the cads
Returns from Winfield received Adkins. C. V. W U'GB.

COOd"'l, Finn: I I and canvassed, J. L. Roberts, L. W. Those receiving second grade were: To
Hardware produce thorough alterative
A. Rivers and J. W.: Dicks were declared Miss M. I. Jeffries; Messrs. H. E. Par-
effect the blood
kidney and liver
nell and L W. Fieldin .
.. elected trustees and a special must be "
thoroughly treated. 7"
< 1 tai ot 2 mills must be levied for the Those receiving third grade were: Mixture acts on alL Young's Drug

support of public schools within this Misses Lizzie McCall, Theola Ruff; store.

district. Christina Gillen; negroes, IT. R. Jet I -
News. Notes. Miss Florence Miller who, taught" Tae board ordered W. J. Feagle to kips" B. .F. Sival, A. W: Williams Reduce a a\:to a state of numb
the Marco school last winter, wail a N. H. Currinton. despair and he becomes a machine in
sell Live Oak school house to. highest
passenger on .last Friday's steamer bidder. The grading committee consistedof constant danger of a smash-up.
-.1. Mason fruit jars,at Young's Drug- direct from -- --
,. coming her home in Lake -
< ': Warrants issued from No. 2271 to Messrs. A. W. Jackson, J. H. Owens
City, on a combined business and 2293 for purposes as follows: Mias. Lucy Simpson. LOOK! A STITCH IN TIME
Jniit Jan and jelly glasses at J. D. pleasure trip. She left again on Saturday Teachers' salaries $-130 00 Saves nine. Hughes' Tonic (taste
1" cheaper than elsewhere. for Tampa where she joined aa Supt. Salary 5000 Danger. disease and death followneglect pleasant), taken in early Spring and '
Members of board 980 Fall prevents chills, dengue and malarial -
of the bowela. Use De Witt's
small West.
7 medicine you see, advertised, I party for a trip to Key P. G. Brownjuaterial for Enon S. 180 fevers. Acts on the liver, tones -
Little Risers
lar loud Young's Drugstore han- -Ft. Myers Press. Jas. E. Young, furnishing Lake Early to regulate them up the system. Better than calamel
4Ia it., City school 1 75 and you will add years to your life and quinine. Contains no arsenic.
'. .-- The remains of Mrs.' Wm. Tompkins Harry Ganus,.Janitor for Lake and life to your years. Easy to take Guaranteed, try it. At druggists.
,".lt1 i Jaoml' Hampton: left Thurs- who'died, very suddenly at WhiteSprings City S. H. 850 never gripe-. A. R. Wise. t i 50. and $1 bottles. aprlTOl ,

bytaondnp to visit relatives la last Saturday night at J T. S. Chaltter. interest 127 55 ------ >. ---.- .
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:pseo Cit1X"'jW. ; o'clock' ot paralysis" were brought J. L. Turner, Int. 1050J. / -- ---

\: ; Sealey of Welborn is in to this city Sunday morning for in- L.'Turner, treas. com. 27 99 ;
"- eosu.vlved No other- business, the board ad-
terment. Mrs.
city;the of the of Tompkins
guest family j journed to meet again on the 23tb of ,
her husband
about !
.la Barris."Yrs. two years and was The .
.f, -, J buried by his side in the family lot at j June, 1901. / v ,

, ]I. G.Small and daughter are | the city cemetery. Services were I T, H., OWENS, Sec. j "Outing Girl"

speodiag'the' week in Jasper with conducted at the funeral parlors of !' 1 :
Laughter. :
tei,-,.and friends. H. A. Wilson at 4 o'clock in the afternoon I
:r.'Robt.; Lester of Jacksonville by Rev. Wells of White The following is not without its application -; Will appreciate the good point of ti,, ,
tbe Hats tor and l
i lathe city the first of the.ek, Springs. The burial was at ":3J. we wish we could give cre- shown in our Spring display. Some Summer.are..... r' \" s
dit but the name of the author is not 1 plain enough for tbe primmest. Others / '
.Pat eC Mr. J. D. Streety. are and
very stylish. t .
Those desiring to take up the studyof given: '
Prof: JJ. C. Marion is, conducting a Bookkeeping Penmanship another d Laughter is a positive sweetness of : J : :
life; but like good coffee, It should be
ww iier schooL He has at commercial branches should .
well cleared of deleterious substances MRS. T. N.
jresest'. twenty scholars In 'attend- call on or write t: R. W. Hadley. before use. Ill will and malice and ; (f 1
.. the desire to wound than Monroe Block. Marion It
SEe.. Both plain.and ornamental penman- are norse : St. .
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chicory. Between a lauh and a giggle :
and full commercial
t Mr.Archie Livingston was in the ship coursetaught. there is the width of the horizens.
> tj last Saturday enroute from Short course jon Bookkeeping : I could sit all day and listen to the I I

,aUnrton, D. C., to his home In and Business Law for convenience hearty and beartsome ha, ha, of a i
Vaitaq of merchants and those who. lot of bright and jolly people, but
would rather be shot than be forced ----- ----- -----

'1- Tai- postmaster has made, some I I find, home it inconvenient study. .Classes to attend will be elates organized ; silly to stay gossips.within earshot of a couple of ., } )....( ')...()"0"0+(:8" ).o..().. .)..()!c)+()+(,!--mm.,'.

?tsttiuite improvements at,the post- June 17th and continued ten Cultivate that part of your nature M
!**thl week which add greatly toappearance weeks. ,Full particulars on applica. that \a quick to see the mirthful bide
of things. tion. 'i of things. so you shall be enabled to i What do You Eat? fj
. ,fiii. I shed many of life's troubles, as the ;
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: -Lnla Merrill. who has held a plumage of the bird sheds the rain.
,.ioB with Mrs. T. N. Milton dur- A New Industry.A ; But discourage all tendencies to beek !.i Did You Ever Stop to Think of That? 11P

-'to Las been your amusement at the expense of
selson organized
company .
left Monday morning another's feelings or in aught thatis (,d Do you know that the market-rare flooded with adulterated ,.
.- fc home In Cartersville, Ga. known as the Lake City Brick,Co., to impure. It was Goethe who said, t X goods tit all kinds and that you are liable to eat r1
g I manufacture brick near this city. :QI Dais you would not like it,you are not careful about .'
y "Tell me what a man laughs at and I "! you bay? i.
. ,. Frank Ivy left Wgd'nesdaywuraing Messrs. V. W. Long, II. Birley andC. will read you his character." lQ! To be sure of getting all She Purest and Bit Groceries, (.yA
tot Montbrook "ii we buy only brands that are guaranteed to be We
Fla. pure. !
to join -'---- :
:- 1 K. Weller, three of our most prominent buy them from reputable houses and we can assure our ;'s.
':'- J"tthand, who is conducting a business men, form the company. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED. and customers bolesome.that every article bought ot us slall to pare (A
_*en'1ntfe. business at that place. I 1 br local application as they cannot reach :. free delivery of all of v.
:, The brick yard will be situatedtwo the diseased portion of the ear. There is goods parts the city 1
*. Georgia and Lillian Borger miles"out on the S. F. & W. R. R. only oneway to curedratarssaod that is
by constitutional remedies Deafness is SLICES
rtafned.a few friends at their A shed 30 by 125 feet is now in course caused! bv an Inflamed condition ol the mucous
' surfaces ot the .EusUcbian Tube.
wpUible home on East Duval street of erection and (new and uptodatemachinery When this tube inflamed you have a rumbling -

'wt Today evening in honor of theirhrs. -will be put In in a few is entirely sound ot closed imperfect Deafness hearing U: lbs and result whenit t-j Monroe Block N. B.- LONG. & CO. II

Murphy, nee Miss Olive weeks. and unless the inflammation can be taken Lake city. Fla. "
Dealers in
and this tube restored toils normal
. out condition -
The capacity of the plant will be bearing will be destroyed torever: ...,.\! ... .x.A
,, '" common brick and 15,000 nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh ''''
."?'-td filllaU will erect a nice 30,000 which I>nothing but inflamed condition ** w WWWWWWWWW* WW *
Q I pressed brick per day Mr. J. O. of tbe mucous surfaces.We .
- Ort Dine room residence on his will glee One Hundred Collars: for any ---- -- ---- ----- -
lot Crary of Pensacola will manage the case ot deafness caused by catarrh) that
' adjoining the residence of They will probably be able to cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. I rr .
W. Layne on West Dural plant. Send tor circulars. Iree.F. .
atrftL: deliver brick within the course of CHM.KT &Co..Toledo.a I
,Contract hail been awarded Sold by druggists.T e. JuneHail's t
10 lr. P, J. Becks. five weeks. S }1! Family Pills are the best. I SPECIAL CUT PRICE SALE-

"DiL We are glad that the'new enterprise j
Townsend, father of Mrs ,J. has been started and we wish for JUNE at .

0.Uirrla, accompanied by hisdaugharrived for it unbounded success. It will be '! White -4 Bronze

;cr, ,Mts.F. K. Moe, in the a'valuable addition to our industrialstrength ;! THE DOLLAR BAZAAR. '

'cIt,Tuesday evening having been and will put a great amountof : nONUl\\E1\. I

taIIiIt by the death of little Carroll, money In circulation here, which ,
!lgtiterof Mr Harris. benefit the entire J I
must necessarily i
We will sell all Straw Hat for Men
; II t and Boys over- 10 cents .
mss Sadie arrison the beautiful community.It !I regular price at WHOLESALE COST. -I
ccOlDpllshed daughter of Mr. will probably be a matter of surprise 1' Ladies and Cbildrens cut Shoes will go at 10 PER CENT'
.$JllL L. to some that this is not tb I DISCOUNT, from our regular low prices. A new lot <-f
HarmG.l, returned home I Stylish Belts for Ladies will be sold at greatly reduced
kind established
Saturday from Wilmington, N. first industry of the ever II prices.' Our regular priced ennds are great bargains
!here 'be has been attending here. About fifty years ago I but now we offer some, SPECIALS you should not urns,

... ._,.((or the past two years. very high quality of brick were successfully 1 t Rememberf at the "DOLLAR BAZAAR" only. .

manufactured in the sam I ,
gym. .& >'- = .-, J
J'Pot&dllI1erJ wbo was apT > locality the recently organized company [ '.' "":- ; Nothing Over One Dollar

? by,the Dacghtes of the has selected. Some of our of j r ,
Are more endurlnc'than stone better and
ct r'a committee to I eon-I brick from the
:citizens tell us that I, cbtap rL endorsed by scientist as
'J for. the Old Soldiers' Home in antebellum yard, which were used in practically owwoney writing for de-can YOURS TO PLEASE,

'Ute; bas collected and for*- the construction of their houses, areas signs and prices.

..' .>,' '. towards this charitablewas good to-day as they ever were, I[G. M. RAY, ARCHER, FlAb H. F' URIE.
't ;1Tbls, a kind act t- showing that the material of r Agent tor Columbia County. LAKE CITY. FLA. 5

the, Old SoMien' ..and will be they were made was of the best qua]' I Also agency for Star Wind Mill, and Tem

.' c' by' them. I I ity. Ii I ple prices ftimpa.reduced.and Tubular Welt maker.June All ,. .
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Il" 8. THE ClrIZ.E -REPORTER, Established It14'#

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Concern Is Caused ia Greg I., Government Order IteittrlctiOBfCloving
Dr. F.Uz Adler Oelu Against
.ll. el. Britain by Recently PmblUhed !!I -,\ Ind Cave" to Iapectlun -
Lmxmrto* of Ufe a4 D iet
Data I I Heuioved.
Far I* tfca odera Some.t ?

The returns of vital statistic Commissioner Hermann, ot the general -
i t In a recent address before thewoman's
which have just been issued show land office has instructed the
conference of the Society
\, that while the marriage rate in the sicial agent of toe inferior department -
'of Ethical Culture, at few .York. city,
Dr. Felix Adler said: United Kingdom was the higLett recorded to reopen "Wind cave," in the
since 1ST6, the birth rate was Black hills of South Dakota, to inspection -
t. "Wh t looms up as of most conspicuous -
l' importance in the average the lowest ever known. It io;. oi by the public. The cave belongs "
fact that the the federal and.
course, a throughout to government
home are the luxuries. of life and the last 25 years the birth rate in Eng comprises about 1,000 acres. It was The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, ami which has beea
delicacies of fare. Luxury in the
i home is poison to the'child in that land and Wales has been falling. It withdrawn by order of January 16, in use for over 30 years, has borne the signatory e?

J, home. Mothers who have young 'was 35.9 per cent iIi the five years 1900. Xo depredations or acts of trespass -. and has been made under tig per

children, and mothers should have ending wit!) .1"78, 32.5 pet1 rent in the of any kind will lie permittedupon tGGkt/l/ supervision since its infancy

1: young children the greater part of five years ending with 1SSS, 29.8 in or within the premises, no specimens Allow no one to deceive yon in t&
similar 1898 and will be allowed to be taken &
t : their lives, should not spend all their a period ending now All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good"areb.
for Ih99 it is 29.3. by tourists and no "feeb or
time gormandizing and gowning and awry Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health
I .\ similar downward movement has money considerations will be permitted of'Iiiikuts
in going to matinees. They shouldbe
t taught that education U one of been observed throughout civilized to lie charged or received by anyone and Children-Experience against Experiment,,

the greatest of the grand things of Europe dining the same period, but for the privilege of visiting the :

life." in no country has it been so strongly cave; What is CASTORIACastoria

l I Dr. Adler suggested as a remedy marked as in England. In France, Wind rave is so called on accountof '
c for gloomy' schoolhouses smaller indeed it began earlier and has gone the strong rushing current of air i
f : clubrooms and further, but its progress has not r through the entrance. Several hundred I is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, p
buildings sun rooms
conservatories. been so rapid. France has already :I feet below the surface a levelis i gone, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is PleasantI1

..... reached the stagnant stage in which ,I rea-hed from which milesof i contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotfe

? MUST WEAR BRAID IN: PUBLIC. population fails to increase. In'fact, i arched avenues radiate in every direction substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

if it were not for immigration there embracing a succession of : and allays Feverisimess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind

.... 0..... Will Require BrltUh would< a positive tendency for.po1> imposing chamber The ceilings are : Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation>a
i decline. This has canard : with of stalactite formation ;
Army Oflcwi to ulation to pendant gems
and FLituleney. It assimilates the Food, regulates tie
fn Ia lalform. grave concern across the channel; while around the walls in
statesmen hate given it their lest niches carved out by the action of i Stomach and, Bowels, giving healthy and natural alfiejw

Society parade grounds in London thought iu the hope of counteractingthe the water are specimens of deftly The Children's }'a 3C 'a-The 3Iother's Friend.

11 will be much brightened soon by reason mysterious process of nature; all wrought statuary, fragile foliage, :
of the forthcoming army order that an manner legislative proposalssiwh chaste columns of the most elaborate I CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

officer shall dress in uniform instead as heavy taxes on bachelors, have architecture and forms resembling _
4 of mufti in public. The order comes been made to combat it. It looks as birds and animals. I Bears the Signature of
into force April 2. It ordains that-all though England: would speedily have Vandalism has been responsible for i i ,
army officers shall wear their uniforms to give attention to the matter. The much injury to the beauties of., the ;

in public and in theaters and places of cause may be the effect of city I.'e j place. The withdrawal over a year .
i entertainment as vtelL This applies to upon vitality; it may be a higher ago was designed to prevent a recurrence -
ell household regiments, foot guardsand standard of comfort, leading to later 1! of this evil in the future.

cavalry.It marriages, or it may Ua something : '
cannot be said that this order isat obscurer. __ __ t t ,

;- instigation all that has of been It the is brought kaiser generalJy when about thought he bj was the Bean the O.ASTOn.ZA.Tha tod You to: Always BongMtfK The .Kind YouHave Always Bon L t.

over there. It u understood the whole 8ignat '
thing is supposed to be an incentive to No In Use For Over 30 Years. i

recruiting. Earl Roberts and the king 4 '
\Cl'0(1 THI CENTAUR COUP ** Tt, MO.m..T.ECT..Ew.O.NI, CIT -
Lave had discussions the '' - ,
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TROLLEY AUTOMOBILE LINE. Louisville i X' &siie R. withoutPotash.grown

i au-tt't.It: r'tt tztM"' '
Overhead Wire Supplies Vehicle* I 4
} with Motive Power la a German Runs through cars to l' acola, ) tTrft. l'1:; 1-1 w& "'t'X y&&MM..t> 'te kJ 'tttt&1i&& tiDON'T
I'Mobile and Sew Orleans, to HirI i
Towa. I minghatn, Nashville and St. Louis, to &uC4v Supply et t 1

Two modern transportation devices i I, Louisville and to, Chicago Cincinnati without and leaving Evansville i r1 enough Pot I Iw j STAND, -

have been invented by a Berlin engineer 1 p train. For rates, schedules and ash and your OAVOLHEAD
who has constructed a trolley sleeping-car reservations write to or F -
automobile line, similar to that exhibited I call on profits will be a -_-"' '
i at-the Paris atE } ... Iii't\
F Ederswalde; a small city near the German '1 B. II. HOPKINS, West Pia. Pass.Hay Street,Agt.2Ui ,G; large; without 'II I ,! |) AND mltl _

';' capital. In this system the auto- I'i i. Jacksonville, Fla. Potash your ; If KICK =- I'
mobile receives its motive power from I
will b !;] f -j
an.overhead wire, by means of a trolley C. L. STONE, G. P. A., crop :
$ ; which is connected with the auto- LouisvilleKy. f \ "scrubby." lltt f T the poor Printing you hare been :

mobile by a moveable cable. 'This allows Our books, telling about composition of fertdiar !,,i4 11 I -"using when You can get the Best ":
the vehicle to turn out at any I bet adapted fur all crops, are tree to all Unix:.. ; just as easily as poor. Our prices are
;_ place on the road. The line has been GERMAN KALI WORDS; reasonably consistent with up-to-date
II. A. AVILSON.Collins QI Vui.iu bt*New York. .ai' ; first-class work. We are prompt. I'fO '
favorably inspected and "
by ,
experts |
f. !+'I"# i Avoid further trouble and annoyance :
the system is expected to meet with ;I 5 by sending us a Trial Order. I .
I general favor in Germany I II'
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.. \\'ill Never Be Popular. II !I ;
They are now making coffins of : .. Kodol.Dyspeps
paper r11 H. L. DODD, PROPRIETOR.
i but, says the Chicago Record-Her i (illl'II" J j
aid, the inventor doesn't claim that -- I .,. ,; ,:
whit :I[ 3't 1nIMrIM.h't ZZX IZ st t<:y.! 6 t T\3T t '!< ,I
they are a more comfortable than 11 -- .
the old style. '.,-' r.., Cure r "I"101 t"R 1"'i"'l"-ai.3: 1" I I 1"1 1'1f-m":"'N. i -.-' ? .. Aji -
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r l 78tl3TOJr3=S.. 1 _
Have 1Iwals Bought !"! Digests what eat.
Beiri Ib you
t- t' ---- - - '
>'! 8igaatarey G : artificially digests i the food and aids
y I I Nature in strengthening and recon I "1'1'I
structing the exhausted digestive or "Thou Shaft! Not Covet.
; ----- --- -------- llNDR1lI11KFllLeCity gans. It is the latest discovereddigestant -

4 t Oeo. S Hacker &: SonMASUFACTUREUS and approach tonic. it No in other efficiency.preparationcan in- PERFECT COYTENTJlENT IS EORS I.V THE KITCHES. HEALTHFUL ME1&DAM71LY

I s 1a.. stantly relieves and permanently>s I SERVED, MAKE A HEART TO MEET ITS FA TE"
I and Caskets all Styles and Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Writ far Cjtole&t it 100 Uferttt lOxHsXuu of the tat prodiet'uuu of ft* J Iidt. I
Pi t"es. Orders Promntlv Filled. ! Sick Headache,Gastralgia.Crampsand J INVESTIGATE
all other results of imperfect digestion.

Price50c.and It Largesizecontalne IK times i _
small size.Book all about dyspepsi malledfree *
Prepared ty E. C.OtWITTA CO.Cpleago.pevapny t rtrY
i Uffll5llllIfNfilJ'
t g ,

t '_ 't 11 t >t ,itI%' done of forty years Experience

t4t LLir.-- $t ,.: to. It *, t Adorn the Home _
: PfffENTSoipatriUkauj. + ,:1-\ ". a V t Economize in Fuel <

OF GONORRHOEA tt 1 -a !\\p\!\;;' ,. i? Make Glad lha Household's Queen

... GLEET k proe.rtd,Os SO rES. &.d aadr4 aketeb, i 1 i
Ur photo i.r fr.,report souk'Ho.t.Ohwn ..
I Doors Sash Blinds Moulthngs'Material. CURE U.S.aid Fureigi P.teniaad Tnda-Marta
} SAFE SURE i rru.PATES? KftiTOt LAwrra temtt OF ere si TEASS offered to HACTICJ iBTeBtan.0 4$ &D&9GI ''YrEfD 8Y
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c ....----- WAll, kuiww eoBbkiusl. buuid winu*. tutlifi
Building / ,IT OSUGGIT. [|> eerie. Mwlvnt. chwfat.r .
c.a. tu4 Ca. .... I'' c. A. SNOW & co.|
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CNARLIESTO$,. S. C. .ar..LU $ PATENT LAWYERS, fft I srlv Uf-Tt

marl Stood 101" Prices. Ifrl9"t For sale by George. Price. S8888885B888SS5? .


"National Steel Ranges are the "Never had a stove to bake as
best "
I made. evenly and quickly."
H. M.PRK2, Mobile, AJa. KaJniBt
"Abundance of Lot water always :
r fiUl shed." L "In 3o year housekeeping, :umr {
XT. k.BRIKCHVBST, eJarks-rIL. had a stove o pleasing." "

-1flhN1E "After one year's hard service, Ksv.J.B.EEWIH Sislnai-> '
i in perfect condition.. !
I am sure there is none superior
FANNING OEPBAR SCHOOL, Kaihville. 1 J. T.ABEtRV SupenotO'' I
"Not one-half the fuel required Water Worti,1'iai/Iyj1e.

as formerly." L f "The National, the best range i
wl1i! YUII.ON VAKDESBILT U nVE:.srv. in use." 1

"Have never seen one I would 1 C.J.CCSTSB HfckBt V- !

a xchange it for." "Takes less wood and less tim ." }

-; B. P.STBATTOS,KashviUe. T.J.DoDpCaJadd.- ffI




z p b / f e iI iI I i: OUN4 PHILLIPS & BUTTORFF MFG. CO.lots X NASHYILlfI afruGL2A1Od

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ablished 1874. -

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& "- Amt Tales NAME OF OwNER DESCRIPTION Amt and Taxei

iaor OWNER DESCRIPTION and 8 T n A Costs

= : S 'f R A Costs Joseph Simmons______. was oisw!" of sw34------------4 is 17e 1 A. Fatal I

weat53 eetthrace !south Jessie McNish.e,. of 8W.I; of __ __ _. 7s lie 2( 1 .1
3ro feet, thence west 58 Unknown .__._.._-_____ ne'i of ne4----------------- S 78 lie 4t 1
-' feet south 233 feet to U nknowq ._:__u.__ ___. awiof ne----------- ____ 8 is lie 4 1 Z
*'% point of beginning In Ben 111dNIsh.__________ s33 of nW4 of sw34--_ 9 i8 lie 3 1
sea 4 of &I lie 1 3 r.6 Unknown___________h_ uwtof nw34.___________. __. 9 is lie 4( 1
-.iL,.. .... .- w, of lot Robert ________ _
COle __
sw14-------------!9 .3s 17e.o }s 1 69 sw of swi4------------ 9 78 lie 4 1
tin --' lots 11, I., n H Preston___ ____ \
: gel; of sw34...h---... :__ 1 7j lie 4(. 1 8g
-' of nwi _______._ : 3a Unknown.,___________ sw34 of nWi and nw34 of.
I J<*nes,,-.__- lot} in se 4 of nwi ____-_ : 3If 17e i i 30abOI'a' 69tel'A' sw3:.---_._- _.,--- ---- :.. 14 78 lie 2 Mistake
; ---- WI:: of lot 11 In sea of W J Born-------------
nwJ4"3t lie 1. 1 69 seJ4' of se------------------', 1fi 7s 1.e -I 129
llllet Brliadlerblock L in swJ; of nw3a---. 29 3s lie 4 263 Rhoda Sullivan--------ne3of ____ ._._____ __.. Ii 7s lie .j( 218
.noI'D..--.-- ,-4 acres in southwest corner 'J M ,l' of nw'1/ __u-___- -___-__ II' "s l"e Sl 2 10
; of nJ_ of nWI" of Be}';___ 31 3s 17e -4 231 W J }. of ne 1--, ____-__ _- __ ___ :!2 7s lie 40 1 :29
,-- -- all of sdi of 8e'4'a'J lies }. ot nw------- __- --___ :!', ill lie 4(: 218
outside Lake of corporation of Burkett-----------s- }; of nw!.!. _m_________n__-22 7s lie R(. 3 42 Was made by the
3s lie 8 2 36 A acres in north Bide pro- ",
.Bk&OVft.-'._--_._.--- all of sw! of sw34 of Bwl' and e3.; moters of high prices 1
-r* City.--------------- of sw34 and swJ of se34 31 7B lie 1 6 (13
it- > Lake : 3i1 17e S 1 i6 Heirs of Mrs A Gollie one.third undivided inter when they came within -
akBOwn- --__u_,..Ir-lOO est in eJ; of !le !____ __ 29 7s '
f",;;',.: orner.of sei of 8W4__ 32 3s l7e 92-1. 356 and s3; of nei4 and se34 of) the range of- -
01.Jones....----- lot No.6. .W feet northeast nwJi and a3S of ne33., :'
', '- south and west less 3a of 3'2 7s lie
74 2 78 The
tt,: acre in southeast corner 33 3s 17e t 1 69 R H Preston______-____-n}-! of ne34 of nw34 aqd w}., Eagle Eye
t; nova._..._m.- 12 acres in southwest corn- of D\VJ4____.__.___:_____: 32 7s l7e 100 2 -4R T
er of ne4 of ne3; bounded TUden R Wakely______ lots No 009 and 560 on Georgia .
east by lands of Led- line__________________ 2n ISe 19J5CI 10 '.
with Reese, north byG C F McKhaun...____._ sw3;. and ni: of sea;___._____ :28 2s 18e 24(' 425 '"
.; S & F Railroad, west by CF rcKhaun____..___ all______.._=_________. _..____ 32 2s l8e tHe 12 oR ::
west boundary line 0-1 C F McKhaun-_. sea( of n\VJ; and wJ of

said 16. south nw, .--------....--.-----_ 8 313 l8e 13 279
road---------- 33 Is l7e 12 3 7a J A Atwood___________ G A Smithson, Agt-ne of -
Jone ::., lots 3 and 4 in __.____ 31 I
*ph --- --- ne34 _n.u_ __ 3s 18e 40 129 "
survey of Unknown m__.___..___-nwJ: of nw}i and seS4 of
., less J:; acre nw3; and nl_ of sea;.__:. 14s 18e 1 39. _
k"', ne..4 b---------33 lie Unknown-------------- swi4 of nw-------------5- 411 1St'
---------- 3s 5-7 4 80 40 129
as Ann Colmaa._.. i4 acre in a square !,! of swy------------------ 4s l8e 24R s 0
,A north by the +. of ne ----------------7 -48 IReIC 1
\: Brown, east by 34 of neJ; and ne34 of se34 12 41i 18e 81 2 29 79 Of E. S. FUTCH the ;

street in lot 3 }:of ne34-_______ 19 4s 18e 80 342 Clothing Man. .
,, survey of n,'; of ne4..._ 33 3s 17e }. 3 19 ,, of ne!!___ ___________ 21 4s 18e 40 :? -43 Mr.
Robinson...._.__-2 acres in nei of n w 39t Unknown---------------s- of se3 less two acres Futch's Prices
bounded north by Isaac in southwest 411 18e 3. 2 36 are
'i." .- Robinson south by G W acres off corner------3- "Sweeping the Field"
Waldron, east by' E B ne34 of nw3; .

Hall------------------------17e 2 3 86 nwia._____..____________. 25 4s ISe 5C 2 iO with the speed of- ..
jc'JIIDOoD.- one square .beginning one }; of n3i and nw34 of sw3;-- 25 4s l8e 200 361
acre north of southeast _____..._.... neJi ..._--__..__._____-___--- 2i 4s l8e 1&' 4
; corner of nw : of nw34 R H VeReen.._____.._ lot five in block 17 in town 72 The Lightning Express
>. ', bounded south by acre of Hagen---------------- 3
now owned by Edward J G Lewis_____________ lot one in block 16 in town 62
"- and Gertrude Johnson__ 33 3s 17e 1 2 55 of Hagen7.___--. 119
Gertrude Johnson 1 acre in southeast corner of Unknown ______________ nwJ.iof se-(._________ ____--34 4s lSeIe 2 C6
--.'f .- nw3; of nw!' ___._____ 33 3. l7e 1 1 55 Unknown .---___'-__m w4 of swig---------_-__..._ 35 4s ISe40 06 ... "1 ,
tTcUne, ___. -,-..._ s3: of a 3 acre Jot hounded Unknown--------------[ of n w/40' f 1/ 3.Is 18e':! 81 T .. I ,. '
north by land of George Unkn r n------------l 33 ofnwJ.ior se'i-----------: 36 4s ISe JC 8. -.cor: !_ ...o.-- 1j
Washington,e by Robert J D Smhbm.m eOhVJ4 and nwJ4 of se34 59 ISe 12: (, 364 \
Jones, south by G W Unknown-------------, uw34of SWJ'm__ ____ _-_ 18 5i ISe .w 150 And he is MAKING
Waldron Unknown w3' ofnw3, and of 29 5s 18e
by Ar- -- -------- w3; swi lOC 347
thur Grillln, In nel; of L & 1' Co of Fla___..-. :ieJ; ofswJ- and sw34 of se3i 30 59 18e 81J 2 73 SPECIAL RUNS in
-. nw3i------_______________ 33 3s lie 1 3 01 'la Commercial Co___-nei of ne3. and n3: of nwJ4
ilns Massie__ ,??._ begin at southwest corner and.swlaof ;.._______. 6s ISe loe 440 SUMMER CLOTHING -
,. of lands of James Gray, L & T Co of Fla.u_____ lots one and ___.__ -__--__ :? 68 18r 100 26j
run east 70 yards, north E T __________-- lot thirty-three except one- -both Ladies and

:''' -t., S5 yards, west 70 yards, half acre In' southeast Gents; Ladies Oxfords '
s south 35 yards to begin. corner of northeast di-
:i'F=' ning in ne!- of nw34---- 33 3s lie 1 2 i5 vision in town of Lake Sandals and Shoes--

Mram,.....,.______ lots 5. 6 and \I in block ABendhlne -- City--.....---.-.--____.,- 3r 3 23
: a:1ditlon______ 33 3s 17e SHOO 2 45akaoia BV Thompson_____._ lot thirty-s JCeast-half north-
_.,.....__ .. lots I, 2, 3, 4. 5; 6, 8, 9, 10, east division In town at I J.. _
.(": 0' 11, 12 and '13 In block B Lake City .....-..-..._- J, 4 5.3
Bendhlne addition I n G: W Barber_____ooh lot fiftv-seven leiiil 105 feet 1111 <
Ve nVJof 3s 17e :2 3 J9 oft north end of north ,
ftr: Kirby.__...._ three acres east division of La k e
[ James 9.nw-'a-------------3-- '. -City -.--__...-___________ 1.81: 3o6 I
Kiley Charles A Jones...___ lot fifty-nine northeast di-
T George Washington inneJi vision in town of Lake!

-> of nwJi_____-----_ 33 3s lie :5 2 29 City _.....-.-___..-___... t 4 00
I'miInbuI'f heirs_._ |2 acres east and west by 1 Unknown ........_..... (lot sixty-two, north-half of
J north and south in south northeast division in N +
east corner of sea{ of town of Lake City...... .26 1 33
ne3a ______---_---._._____ 33 311 17e :2 146 Heirs of J F Baya_..__ tot twenty-seven; westnaifof
1 R Tbomas-- acres in southwest corner northwest division in

lit':" of neJi of nw3'----------l: 4 3s 17e 4 3 ro town of Lake City__..__ ,i.:: 638
t R Railway Co.._ lots C, D,,G, H, M and Tin S BThompson.assigneeJlot thirty south-half o f
I nw,. of. nwj4.__...... 34 3s 17e 633 east two-thirds, nrtbwest
U Redman.Alexander...._.:..._. 5 acres in northwest corner division in town of Lake
< _, of sw34 of netfi .__.______ 3.j 311 17e 5 158 City ______--__ -____, _n__ 331 133
:_.. nw! of nwj; less one acre in Silvia Persons._______. lot thirty west one-third, )
southwest corner 3.'i as 17e 39 4 10 northwest division in
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Waldrof..u' : of swi and w'f of wji town of Lake City_-__._ 5"49
;::0<,;.J--: -. of se.>4' .__._. ___7__ ___On 3.'i 3s I7e17e 120 4 73 R. M Green._______-lots thirty-four and thirty- 33)t Gents Felt and Straw

.._;______-__". se.'for se4'.----- --.--i_____ ---3: 3y 40 1 28 five, northwest division Hats Mackintosches
J WadkiM ..._. nw54 of nw4.--_.--- 1 -4+ 17e 1C 60 in town of Lake City.- 2 3 56 ,
f; sw4of nwJ4of nw3:4'--------: 4s lie 10 60 Louise Tatum._______ lot thirty-eight, northwest and the only place to
sw.Vf less 5 acres off, south division of town of Lake -
________. _.__ the
known---------------- west corner-1 4s 17e 150 573 City -? 'm 1 268 get Celebrated
:1 Mrs R H Lovier.__.__ lots
fifty-four and'jifty-five, -
'ej! of IJwJi less 4 acres tot j
railroad ______...m__.-- 4s I lie 3G 158 northwest division in Majestic Shirts--See
...._tlberer heln._ w!| of e3, of ne4'--__._.___. -44s I lie 40 3 08 town of Lake City-----_ -<. 8 26 my line of Gents and '
...... ..';.-....._ wee of net less 15 acres in Heirs of Mary Sheffield lot fifty-nine, fraction east -
-, ,northeast 4s lie| 65 2 6.1 Isaac Hart,agt one-half northwest division Ladies Umbrellas and '{
Cordon,..._ H.'S of nej- of 4s 17e 20 86 in town of. Lake)- -
'r 1dcKhaunne3aof nw14- 4s I lie 40 R:? City 1 69 Parasols- .
Sarah I E Harper.. rive acres off corner---------4- Randall Johnson____. lot
!-..: er of nw*4 41f l7e 5 66 -
t Burnett heir. two-fifths City ; 303

:a' pw 4---- -----.---...-' 11 4s lie 32 149e. Randall Johnson_____ block F
\f it ._ nji of seJ4'sejof _____ __ _u __ 17411 lie 80 312 ion
1 BurnetC... se!4'. _'_ --_- .__. If! 4s 17e 40 181 City 455 z
l1ard.-- ml _______.___ 194... 17e 337 11 24 Heirs of C B Benedick block j,
n'_ :n....___--.- beginrat northeast -corner- T S Chalker, agt ] a

of ne'4 and run south 852 W B MillsLuther -___________ -block City D, 98 t .
yards, west 660 yards,
... north 352 yards, east 660 -
yards to beginning__--,- 26411 17e 48 2 98 ____________ City 638'
mNelan _._.. sw!.. of sw'4".,. _______"._____ 31 4s 17e 40 184 Day block D, I ofSomething
li arkhai::: .... nw}4 of seJ4--, -?-------.,-. afi 4s lie 40 1 84Ilullock.
( __ .._ nwi4 of nw4sw .. __ 2 5s 17e 40 1 29 City 223
____ __. '
Louise Hogan block D
Shears__ ,
!; of- sel4----------------- 2 5s 17e 40 213 ---------------------------4
m DickaT' -. -of se>4'of nei.--------- 5 5s 17e 20 113
, Camber of se'-------------- 5s lie 80 3 12 road i
'i; Dlcksne)4 of nei and w}; of ne.'i 9 5s 17e 120 541 ion ley ]
-- CottOD.. six acres in northeast corn- !
"- er of seJ4 of ne,4.--u---' 9 5s 17e fi 66 I _______ City 333
Louise Johnson block
tiCtrnthers.! ...: .__, ,_ w}* of nw}.'...uu------ 9 53 17e 80 342 D, ..
,..,. CottoD.,.. s.!f of nw!i and n. s' of 8w>$ I
and n>: of sw!; of swig
and se.j( of sw>4-...--.- 1 58 17e 220 533 by S
altman. _... "H of lel.t.----- 1 58 17eI7e 80 344
a-----1.1'.,.__, __ ,. of nw,I"4..............--13 5s 40 2 13
--Mann---- five acres in southeast corn- Charles Johnson______ block E 2 64
'< er of seii of swJi.....---> 13 5s 17e 5 96
of o'A Caldwell ne!. ofse (-....._.._..__---- 16 5s lie 40 155
WCOZe____._.__... nw./of nw>4__..__.___..___. 19 58 17e 40m 1 81FeagIe.
.".._. etfof 19 50 17e 2 13 Sallie -
A jack Ivey, in northern to suit the
,- ,_ _.., nw>4 .
in Lake
division town of
,' '4 5s 17e 7: 3 42 .

.' fey-,_._, _.. 2Qj| Raney Grant__- _______- City----------------------, 1 422 most fastideous. -

of nw! bounded north by Washington ..1 I am also offering

street east by -
special bargains in
nor 17e 104 593; lot of John Coleman,
n 58
I'Sb.. nw in northern division in Gents Suit Cases$3to
*-*....... 26
"' 17e 66 311 town of Lake City ._.___ J 5 13:
Ba11eyN- of sw34.------------------2g 5a Unknown_____________ block E, one-fourth acre oft ; $15. Now is youropportunity.
.' .......- nwU -. east side in northern die I _
t: off 26 1 94 vision in ,town of Lake! .
.. off 5s lie 40 2 13 City u___.._____..____... iS 1 16
.. .. i 63 17e.
,. w34 of &
-- ..-.._.. nw of 6s lie 40 213 Mrs L L Hunter____... lot third eighty-three of south-half east one-i Yours for business,

........... nw i of I 6s 17e 40 2 13 northern division town n

.tmoe...-.. ._..-._--...--se neye; of of -.3 -6s 7s lie 17e 40 40 129 129 of Lake City____________ I .If 4 6 3. E.S. FUTCH.

.... e.._..._ n"}+ of 4 7s 17e 40 2 13 Subscribe for the CITIZEN-REPOKTEK. Keeps you posted on County affairs.
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Lucy HuJsoD..-______ lot' ninet-six, begin' 98- ,
and two-third feet: south
<. ... of north-wIt SHADES LAWNS
corner, VVI/JDOW i

south w-nnll two-thirll Good Felt Shades: H" H. . lOt: 7c.__ .. white., Lawns.. for.. 5c"
10c1'ic. _,
feet, east lO5 feet, north Good Linen Shades -. .---- -.. _23cUetterquality .. .. .. c-: '
. .: .- .-., .. lOc :
.. 55-and two-third feet --- ;;x; 13c Hc5c

f.Z west 10.1 feet to LeO'in- ". .. DOMESTICS DRESS GOODS 1:

: ingin northern division '. All of the latest effects in work .1
y'an and
Sea Island 6}
Good ) wid '
town of Lake Citv_____ 5 75Mariah 7c grade 20 yards for___ ._____$100 goods, rood 6c and 7c L.atvna ."f'.i1
f Harrisu__ __ lot 'southeatqurt lOc and l ic Laivns for .
l nin'ty-six, "'- .,:: Fruit of the loom Bleaching. 9c : ,.:
r in nothorn divisi1 Fearless Uleacbin?, the brand FANS .;
. ,- '= ion in town of Lake -' ue sell so much of-soft and Yes we've got them from the i for ;!

; City------------------ 1 169Uuknowil Good smooth---------------------Lansdale Cambric-------- 10.!>c 5c. jI.llm'toone.for Silk: Gauze. --j: _

, ______u__ lot ninety-six, tiouth-h:111 ,.... __ UNDERVE3TS and SHIRTS tor men : j
! .wo- BELTS "", =
of nw1 ill northern divisiult women and children. :

_; in town tlf Lake -;. ;", You will always find the Latest Styles HOSIERY S

City_ __ _:. .Ii! 2 1)8' >, are to be found here. AH the Latest Stripe Dots, etc., 1'
t Lulu Sten-nsu one-hundrl'll, nurthj1 : SHEOS AND SLIPPERS the prices arc cut to the heart .
Tom Page, agt east quarter in northern Men, Women and Cliildrens good
division We are overstocked and must close: Socks and Stockings 5c per pair.
town of Lake
': them out regardless of cost, if Oar lOc black anJ
City- __ __ _ __ 1 356 .' are looking for.real Bargains bring you Oar 15: fancy tan are socks matchless are- I
r Steven Robinson. lot uJu-luultln'll and four, your feet here- e will lit you. beauties.

I set ill the northern di- ..-
-- - --
vi isio11 ill town uf Ltkt

;'1 City-- __ __ -_ 1 -191 \Vc sell goods too cheap to cut samples. But ice will cut 1

i J II _______ lot one-lmntln'l and fire, Get and -C
prices. our competitors prices compare ours, ;
lf sw1 ill nurtherul
sw1 .. '
division town of Lnkl' Prices closer Man hats n,,,] Caps,-1113- !

City----- ___ -__ .G1 133' they have ever been Br wn's jny! whiti mhhj Hue
I1eir:3 of It Spelicl'r. u lot olll-hmidrell 11Id live, I
slIutlll-asHluartl'r, north bha\ed in Lake City. SURPRISE W(' have, All the tatVe '-

M l'rn division ill town uf \ h!!re a new and est style>, cheaper) }
City------------- 1 -1 fJ5
/ UJII..IiOW11 ____ ___ lot -humln'llalHleight.. up to date stock.'c than you could buy
; south-half ill northern were fortunate in picking is the place them in New York.

llivisiou City--------town_ _lIf_ _Llh_ i (j,3.gSA bargainshile:; in to. buy. Goods must: be seen

i Sc ..: __ CIlU-11Ulldrl1.1 and nine the Eastern markets. to be appreciated.Embrodiery ,

SIt in northern division nilehall'hat otheis chargeIiibbons) and Laces
ill town cf IJllh I

'' City--. __ 1 I 638 -- .

Jamey \\'aterslot lIlie-hullllfl'll and-fif- I "....
teen, 1.1"1 in Ilortlwrildi Amt Taxes WANTED Reliable !Eta
Office ,i&j
\ : 011 town lIC I.nh we ;
City_ _ __ ___ 1 1)38 5- S T R A CostA I F )pen in this \icinity. If yonriiSfe
Q Ilallaitoy. lot thjHp :hundred and!! is O.: K. here i is an opportaDitj
Y Mrs \r A lot I
McQuaio one, s outheli't-cllllrt-: ly give good reference rhea
--- [grit
Lt l f'r, in westl'rn diwih.l. three terfty find- seven three-fourth, except I} : J Tn:A.T. MORRIS WnousiUBas

ill town d Lake City_ 1 11 \IjThuUll9 ; I ClxaxxATTi, Oma M
\ ,/ acres, in southern diision Illustrated catalogue 4
l\lcCoy_ __ It.t fOl'tyight, 1 I..gin atuurtli111 I .' cts EitEp.
.l in toof Llkti
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soutltf :1st 'orIlor alld run I -
feet, vest:: 1O. City------------------l ; '!! 073 D r. W. H. Ives, Jr. j
\V A Xiblack.____ __ lot three hundred and I f
ft'l-t, south -j fed, \vest i
live feet, smith M feet, twenfy-ei, in"feouth-, I PHYSICIAN AND SURGES
ern division in town of "I
o east 111 fOto IJepin- .
; Lake City-------------' 653 LAKE CITY FLA.
lug, in central division I JHONI l1R._
Dr W R Groover____ block B in
two acres
.. ;
town of Lake Cit\ _ .2j 950 i f
t Mrs 1L Hunter_ __ lot in cJ1trnl northwest corner, townof '
fifty-four, I J.
Fort White_ _ ____ :. l-L .D.CALLA\VAYt
division town lJf tab .
Mrs Ida Leverett. ___ block K and half t .
two a
Cit"h. __ __ 115 i6 If e i
t acres, in the northeast' f ___ REAL ESTAT&mISUp..uruGJ
Hl.irs of N ThouHL lot hQ-hundnt cl and thir- .. -
corner of the town o.fl !
.I ty-four, in eastern division o .
in town of Lake \ Fort \\'hite----i I I' t14)0Uukno11 { : Lake City Fla._ .....;.;-,
________ block L
City__ _ __ _.____ 6.75 741I south-half except I
I Asa Richardslot two-lnmdrH.13lul thir- one-half an acre I [ TIS R. PARKER, I
off south side, in the I O .

division town of Fort White____ 52.f
Irs M J,Williams._ block 0 in .
{ ___ the town of Attorney At La
City----- ____ ___ 1.25 169 I
Fort11ite. ___ ______ ft"
William Rlfe_______ lot two-hullllre and thir- { 19} F 30
Mrs F Bynuui, ____ lot seven, in the town of LAKE CITY'tA m1
ty-nine in division I ,
l'asrern -
Fort _____ f f ,1IS I
in town of Lake White _____ 11 730 _._____f
C F Rolland------- ten, in the town of .
I 1'-
Heirs of
I Mrs E.A City------------------ 2 3 ro DE. *
1 Smithsonu__ lot o-hundf'llaud fifty, Fort White__________ 11 85
Unknown __________ lots thirteen, fourteen and I PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEOSEeadeac ;: I
middle cm.-thinlin eastern -
fifteen, south of railroad / I' Phoce It- U. -
division town of .
'. in the town of I Headquarters at WISES Drugstore.mestraees _
left here Fill be I
Lake City------------- 3 56IIeirs : i
of J F Btlya__ lot two-Inllldred and sixtfive Fort White. .___ _____ I I 1410 promptly attended to. ._
l Unknown ___ -lot thirty five, fractionin LAKE CITY, FLOBIM
; ---- I .
[, H.-I in e:1 tptlldivi -"
ion town of Lakt- the town of Fort ", !I 1i u __ f

City_ _ __ _ l 2 8 White-------------___ r i I. -1 2 13
: A Bona-Fide C
r, T ____ Unknown -----____ lot thirty- wn, 1 Salary. I
; ) J EU:111Su ____ lot twohundredI1tl sixK I t -
ire the town of Fort $12 Weekly. \
ty-eight, in eastern di- ; I ,
White----------_._---t j I I '
vision in tan'u of Lake 1 410 Men and women to appoint agentsla
Elder Jordon.____ lot forty-eight, represent us some w travel /112!!'I
i City-- _- ----hU -1 830 east-halfi( i ; tor local\\ort H J aeetly.aixT..>t
1 W A .Xihlack____ :_ lot five, t) anti 2 31 ill in the town of Fortj ;! I pleasant expenses.: : permanent Old established positlow k Vf

,.. eastern:: division in the .. White-------------- ; f -194 I advancement and increase M IJS=
c Unknown ________:_ lot fifty-one, east-half oft I t i Write at once. Ad Jress.BCTLEK&ALGE&. .
town IIC Lake City.u._ 219 roW -
I A Niblacktutu Xo '. g and .60 ill northwest quarter in' I d7 DepL Eo Xn Bun Ctt3e

., eastern di\'i ion town of S the town of Ft White!! 12111 59 L_ -_ ._ _.
J Lake City--------- .24 ji Ida J Bardin.Unkiiovt _______ lot 0 fifty-two, north-half!{ I '

i 1 t W.A Xihllckh lotthrl't nllrptlimtltwo, .- of southwest quarter I I. DR. E. RIVIERE;_
.. in the town (
in the southern diris- I DENTIST
Whit __ .__ _ I '12 I
ion -- }
to"u of Lakr .t I Il ? 00 -
City :
_______ lot Office upstairs in the rear ot PrittiE1'! j
n : '
fifty-two twenty
I Mry BE-Hie Baya____ lot thrt-e-hUlllr.. and five strip I Store.: LAsEt'1fL1". .t j1 Io I
I Lwgin fiSS feet south feet wide oil south'I'1 .
.1flf .. i
side of
nortilea '. eouthwest-quart-
4 corner and I ]
er in the town of Fort L. E. EOBEBSOS, A.B. '
run south 1;20 feet, west Jasper, Fla.RODERSON. I Lake Citz'f'
,1Ir felt, north 10 ft't't. Whiteuu.u j 173
j fc SMALL ] ;t
II H Snnim,-rs- lot fifty-two, feouth-half I
east .1Oj feet to J.x'gin- ,
fling, in southern did- of sout1l1:1 t-clutrter: in: I ATWR.VFA'S AT U i
{ ion in town of LakrCity the town of Ft White_ .E i I i 1'121 1 fg LAKE CITY AND JASPER, Fu {t tWin

h__ h U __ 11321) CIIl-'hlwlm. & I'roxey. lot fifty-four, twenty Cl't'tl| i ; Federal do a general practice and in SUM*'i
I r : S n tilri.'f oil west tide; of 'ea&t-j t j courts. Collections Second coowg i
Thuiup-onlot hundred and ing. Lake: City office:
I half of northwest-quar I I cant Block distye toOl'I'I'
asigne't' nineteen, lIorth-hllf ill { t J
southern divisions town ter in the town of Fort' i !

} of Lake 20t' ..- \Vliite----------------f I t_ .I 320 HODCES
i ; T. R.
Unknown----______ lot
Unknown lot thrre-IHllIl1re and s n'lIty-six north-hall I 11"-j
-- ---
-- of I and So: i
in southwest-quarter, Attorney at Law
hwnty-olle division/ town southern of- .' 0. I in th" town of Fort! i t < licitor in Chancery. _' !

t' take : 1'32 White---------------- I ;(-1su'Jeirs 'NOTARY PUBLIC- '

II P Laya._____,___ lot thrt.-t hs of Mary Scott lot eightyeight, north ., Special attention given to Commerd Urt i
{ KolH.'rt Scoot, agt. east-quarter: in the town !i f s' I lections Mortgages and and execution all otber Ilupers. ;- ,

f oil of Fort \Vllite---j : i i 1 rg Office 116 Ber- t' ,
Unknown _______-lots nando street. .
() twentythree : I near Bdptist ChoreaPHO.NE
t of and one-hun i 1 No M.T. --! :
2 2 CSII I
P DnJn:_____\, lot dred and twenty-four in j I / -
:- the town of Ft White_ .I 2. 223 B. OLI1lE'J'
twenty City-------------------8- Calviu-Brun.ii. _____ block C, in the of .

...,. '1'. llil'IJloek, 1 FortIute_ __ town___ 415 ATTORNyaAT.LA"I':;

11 l1 .' t -- eleven block ; 1 Unknown, -.:.- -"- --- ,three the and eastern a half acres division in I .COMMERCIAL A SPECIALTY.Offlce f6 '

9 block j fcoutheast corner in the {; I T.A.Perry: Marlon building street.formerly up stain: octur--ji i

----.---__._._ I town of Fort White_ ___ I I 3l:2! : 23 Boozer l'all3way.Practice in all State. Courts prompt*De t<,;'
Lion to all BII-ines. Mortgages and ?
of 3 SSl !It ;
JONES, drawn and stknowledgemtnu: tausYl3TEE !j,) .'
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Tax Collector. Columbia II
County, Florida. .
Janl-W COLDMBI1! -

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't-''''. % Plant ;5Y-stem., I i' .FAMED OLD BUftlAL PLACE. I-- THEUNWELCOME '1

f i- ttlmitr Ckarefcr'A Im 1 Wow Task .

ComtaUi the Aihei ol SUmr Through Car Line From Florida. j Toted Mea.

:. CONNECTIONS : : No place of burial in. the United

The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond and States contains the dust of so many GUST

East } Wal hlngton. noted men as does the old Trinity

The Southern ,Railway, yia Savannah, Columbia and churchyard in New York city. Within -
till Bail. I Washington.
,. the familiar inclosure lie en-
tom >ed the remains of 150,000 of .
4 J. The Southern via You may recoil from him with hor
Railway Jessup Atlanta
the people of old Xew York Three
but cannot evade him. The
The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. ror, you
West} The Southern U'y via Savannah, Columbia and Al hville.i' deep are the grates. The early records 3a f a young and the vigorous, aa well as the
; The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery. are gone but tradition, history r old and the feeble are his prey.. He .
anl ancient stones still tell their makes no distinction. He is an un-
i Via Savannah and Ocean stories of men of deeds-of sacridees welcome guest in many homes to-day.
V Steamship Company for New
I r't. I York, Philadelphia and Boston. '! l sorrows labors and achieve He enters the palace of the king with
and makes himself home
t Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners j I ments. There under the shadow of i impudence .
Transportation t in the abode of the humble. U o home
yru inship. Company f?lifVia mpre. I''I' God's temple mother earth has openedher v& r I is too grand for him to enter and none

-RgyWFST I bosom with strict impartiality so modest that he will p&IIIIlt by.
Peninsula' to English governor and signers of I Of course, you do uot care to entertain
aDd 1 Occidental Steamship Co. .. 'the declaration to royalist soldiers this guest You may slam the

f VAN!.. and liberty boys, to the English gar door in his face and bar every window

,aScotia,1 rison and to the starved martyrs of ,f in your house, but he will enter on the
'C3peBretoD, i Via Boston and.Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship the revolution. I't wings of the air, by night as well as by .

aPriDGe EdLine for Halifax, Hawkesberry. and Charlottestown. The colonial governors Sir Henry day leaving despair and death In his

I nrde Island.L iJWinter Moore and Sir Danvers track.
... Osborne. were
The best thing for'you to do when
'TourUU Tickets will be on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern, buried here; also the wives of Govs. he visit is to treat him
Southern States to all Florida Resorts via Plant pays you a
i lad System during tbe season
United U return until May Slst with liberal stop-over privileges in lorlda. Clark and Cornbury. Each of.these I right. Treat him properly and promptly
.:...,Addresses of parties in the Narth.sent to the undersigned will be liberally representatives of foreign government aud he can have no terror for you.
wilt all information. and handsome advertising matter._ 'I Treat him and with and
resided in the fort, south of lightly delay,

( MC"information as to Rates Sleeping Car Reservations, etc.\.call on or write toY Bowling Green. { he will fasten those lean fingers of his
.- r.1l. JOU.V Division Passenger AgentJ Here are also the royalist judges deep down upon some vital organ and
4( ; 1:11I W.Hay st!. Asks Block, Jacksonville Fla.uii1AIoien'l I James Delaney who presided at the F then you are undone. .

'. Superintendent a W.WBCSH Pass.Traffic Mgr., dj : Grip in a dreadful disease .It strikes
trial of Peter and Daniel
Savannah.Ga. Zenger "

Sa--- deep. It uncovers every weak spot in
--- Horsmanden, who though devoted to your body. Weak lungs may mean

the maintaining of the prerogatives Consumption. A slight derangement of the kidneys may mean Wright's

of the crown, withstood 'Gov. Cbld- Disease. Heart Trouble is followed by Heart Failure .Every vulnerable
SEABOARD en's arbitrary acts and David Jamie- point is reached by Grip.

AIRLINE I' son attorney general of the provinceand I Quinine is too slow to cope with Grip., Don't use it. Discard it at once.

I i IM11E0.TRAMS recorder of the city of Xew The issue of Grip is Life or Death, ot.worse than Death. A once strong man

'; York; PI.bert.n. Livingston and Leonard with all the life and energy sapped out of him is a pitiful thing. Death is

members of the 'i better than such an existence.
| Lispenard stamp JOHNSON'S TONIC WILL CURE CHIP. It will cure every
RAILWAY act congress Bid John Cruger, dele- ':! nan every woman and every child that will take It. it U a Superb Grip Cure driving
DAILY SERVICE gate to that congress and the first very trace of grip poison from the.y lew. IL does Its work quickly and etlecUvely. It seta
,fl DOUBLE. i at once. In an hour it eaten the blood and begin to neutralize the Grip Poisonwithin
., native-born mayor of New York. a day it place the victim beyond the point of danger suit before the end of the week ruddy
Judges delegates and all ea eKi attest the return perfect health.
:;-J108lS i; EAST. 3I._I 83..1 36 SOTTHEUS DIVISION.!_ i'7 31 mayors per I Those who lake the Tonic and depend solely upon It are safe. Those who do not do so
I I formed their work in the city hall place their lives jeopardy. It U a wonderlul medicine and li 1U lime batter than
j soaTIAe :--- 18 90 a T 41.ap! 43Up Lv Jacksonville __I______.: II 311 a I 81p on the site of the treasury build- Quinine,doing In ilngle day that which the glow and uncertain Quiuiue can not do in
.u t'rrIaI4IJI H (6 p II uu p Ar Baldwin______ _..__'MOTa II rn! II ten day, teat all.
gfreLl.-. 1! soal" 411 p .. WaldovUamesxille_.__.l__. ll.u a ID 14 p Keep a bottle oKhlg Tonic always on hand. You may need It any moment and when -
S1nu ; : Pill a1 p.__-: : -______ __._. Iil5p .__' Ing.And here lie Gen. John Lamb and yon want U you want it badly. Men have driven over rough road for 25 miles to set it.
3 Sit 114a.___ ( _.______ ___ _
hlrtu-. ; 'edar Key a lip If the price were I10U.OO none should consider thus too high when compared with the
DeIIurt :--r 4 :] p1 :1al: ___ Silver Spring _- .----.- lS5p _._. Gen.John M. Scott and Gen.Mar- good U does. The price U 50 cents,and thin amount UA returned to every. buyer who la not
llUtbla;' "i 131141.'__. "Ocala_____ ____.. 1 !IlI 100 a inu \\illett boldest of pleased with tbeTonlc. .
c..teL ;__. 8 Ski p'' Slla _. "Wiidwood. __ __.. 2 -IIIp la a liberty bojs, BUY BOTTLE OF JOIfl SON'S CHILL AND FEVER TOXIC TO.DAY. .
__ 1017 pI'10' al_:_ Leeiburg. __ __ __ 3 lip 3 3D a whose voices were heard with Ham .
...-- _II' p'_:__. "Tavares_____.____ ___ I.lip 4 OI a ilton's in the great meetings of the
!III __ 11 !II P'! II to ai__. Orlando SOUp 73uai'uo'a GIRARDEAU
E4klla.s.T-. I r4.111117 aL___ Winter Park_.__ .un. 5 -t.! people on the commons, then called A. B.
PlJrUllOIIth'2.__ 'IooaI6511a! ,_._..f "Dade City__ .. 4 W 1'// the field of freedom, now the City ,
IiYoII4 VI- 645 all 31 pl--, Plant City .._ 4 i1 a
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IwiDItolL... IU UII ,. i p--, _? Tampa___.__..__- ..'u .HI! Ill:>a Hall park; also John Holt, the patriot SAVANNAH GA.
lil lDort --. us all' Sop,.___ I printer of the Gazette and
h *! I 3* pi 2 56 a>.__._ ------ --
&.Yor 4 a 11'11 Jul____- *Connection made at Fernandina post boy._ i

-f;: with Cumberland route steamers, Mr. William Waldorf' 'Astor's rein A press dispatch notes that the

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

'I" except Sunday arriving Brunswick *TOT1cR: Or APPLICATION fOR PERMIT TO given quite an impetus to the pink probably for the obvious, ,reason that
."'\t.:t:; p. m. notice is hereby given that Phillip M. Moore tea trade of that country. they could not take Pekin with them.
has tiled with the Board ot county commissioners -
--WtSTDIV.4N.O. _L tLeave Fernandina for Jacksonville ot Columbia county, Florida his
....I 1--.. '8 application for the right and a permit to sell _."." _."_"_."._-" _h_.._..._ .. ,.._.., .._.. ... ....
a 7:40 a. m. and 4:50 m. ,..u.') ) ,) ,) () () ( ( .( '
taU __ ___ a p. liquors w ines and beer In Election District "x ) )!{) <) < >!{ () .\ IYo
1ATe k. h II137 Nu.I.. of said county and State; that such ji < .&*
!llt4iii... ., .,._..._.-.-.. -..-.-_-. 1: fill p Arrivals Jacksonville from the application will be acted on by the said
board of their
IMIIceUo's 15 P North and East. No.3. twa. No. county commissioners at next MM
TiIoiA _... sa;, m. regular meeting, which will be held on the
i -.-, --_ p 9:15 a. m., No. 31_0:10 p. m. From tlrst Tuesday in July A. D., 1*>1, at U o'clock
::JIIIIC--Oll__ __ 5-Il1p Jg p I IT. West No. 2 ...:::a p. m. From the in tbe forenoon of said day. and the said
Hoard hereby calls upon any citizen of such J. H. Briggs
--- i0 ni p South No. 24 at 8 No. Wi at
a m.
-....: ,_ .. 3a 1 Election district who may desire to do so to
Orlcllla-- __ .-..-.._-. 'IIIa 3:53. p. m.TnliNo.44.theFlaand show cause it any there be. at tbe said next
regular meeting ot said Board, why such
permit shall not be granted to tbe applicant PLUMBING
Metropolitan Limited, vestibuled train between By order of the Board of county commissioners g| ESTABLISHMENT. gS
cbrarule and New York, via Richmond and Washington including draw- of Columbia county. Florida.
This the 3rd day of June.A. l>., UOl. M.
(room,dining and observaman buffet sleeping cars between JacksonvilleTampa. .
M. Clerk.
r Now located in the Rear end of the Perry Block, on Orange St. j j
111."ila and Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train, consisting of day -- -- -- -

tta, mail, baggage and express cars between Jacksonville and Wa h- Application for Permit. |1 With a Large Supply of Plumbing nate jal.l f|
,aDd Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville and New York. TOTi'a or APPLICATION FOR PtKSllT TO'
mere for Key West and Hayanna Leave Port Tampa Sundays,Tues- 1 agLLLtgaous.wtsE.4ANOSEE.L Public I
>s trod Thursday 11:00 p. m. notice is hereby given that A. Dablm has 1 ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION' M
'. i Bled with the Board ot county coinimsMon- ,
Sta Land 1, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. i I..r.. ot Columbia county Florida bill ap location i !::1
,IPalluifonnotion at City Ticket office 202 W. Bay street. Telephone 260.II. f bur the right and a permit to sell 11l .
19.uur". w ines and beer in Election DistrictNo. \ SI .
1' 6. of said county and State; that such v
v v
application will be acted on bv tbe said
'j' Gent Sup't- Gen. Pass. Agent.JAS. Board ot county commissioners at their w ,
Portsmouth, Va. next regular m..ting.'birb will be held on
? .YAcDO. ELL Assistant Gen. Jacksonville Fla. the first Tuesday in July. A. V.. uui. at 10
Passenger Agent, o'clock in the forenoon of said dav. and tbe
j said Board hereby calls ,upon ap desire' ot I ;
VLtrll't'bo to do
-- such Election may
so to show cause it any there be. at tbe said
( next regular meeting!: ot said Board,why _
pGEQRCIA SOUTHERN. & FLORIDA RAILWAY. I I such permit shall not be granted! to the applicant -
By order ot the Board of county
.' ;I commissioners Columbia county Florida. Soiiihcrn
: 'l'hlslbe led day of June. A. D., tOOL



.. Subject to change without public notice. --.. i Railway : : ,

a 2 4 I 'tr I
if Qcic STAlIOXS.Lv. Quick I DixieFiver la
!: \ : I
!! p Der I

a tl-lve. w .. ...,n......,....... ....Ar 4 151; 4 IUI& m'I II
IySipin.Unadilla.. .. ................ t 4S |i 11I-1- 52 a in I DIRECT TIMES TO
3;, r .11IU Pili- ..... ... .....ViennaAr. .... ...... .... ., 2 25 p in 2 81 a m UliNB-QUICK
!la:' 1.o p IU .s........'..Curd.-k......... .... ....Lv 2 '10\1111I 2 15 a m r II ttlJsbiigton. Baltimore Phllaflelphia
11. JtopmlOapni l.y.....:. .. ..Coidele..... ......: ...Ar 2 os p ni 2 15 in I ,
ato tif')POI' ; mllru.' .............. .. 1up m 1 .0"..J4 m flew York, Cfticago, Ctacianaii,
M3 w I 8'J p 111'r.. :. ._:r rron. _......_........1 v 12 .Vt 1'11I 1 uOa laI'J JOIIISVlllt: Atlanta, Blr.llgb,
... JIIIlIU Lv,... ......'lilton.... ......:......Ai 12 35 p 111 V a his I.I I. -
m ...... .. .. ...:psrks..I 1.U".p III 12 22 a m I.I 1)4(110093, mtllPbls, St. tOIls, Kansas fit,.
IIII 416 ptu ........ lleiirtpine..Valtlosia ...... .... ... II 51 a mI. 12 11 1111I I
.! : Sip hI Ar.. ... .. .... ....... ... .\,U 10 a m 11 35 |> inU I AND ALL POINTS BAST AND WEST. ,
j SOSplu Lv.... ....Vuluo.sU... ...........ArLv II lUll m 3.i p m : t
II 6061'81 ......... .. .Ja>lwr.....'..... ....:.. .l0Iiaus 103tli NO LINE LIKE THIS ;
!*,V. 6 Mpui ... .. ...\\.iteSl'rill'It... ... ..... ...... J 32 a in l00tp nii 1 TRADE MARK OTHER AHHOHDS SERVICE ,
'TOup m \r..I.uke.'it\.I.\ IIUill1ll f-lUplll la7uBALKE'S

tie* : ltlptu .., .. ....l.skediv....<....... ....ArM5Oant: 9 20 |sIu THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS
.1I5uJU ........ ... 15111111I 80.)1'111 .
v ..... .. .Sampson: City..Hampton .-. ,
III 15.:' 8 37 p i>i .......... .. ................... 7 37 a m 7 52 |> ni AND THE U. S. FAST MAILTo
8 &'ill hi \r..I'l&latlt.-.I.\ 0 25 IIIII tJ 40 p in the Btutt and North. '

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64 I251P u' I.V.. ....Lake fitv.............ArAr a 5ii a m I a iO PIll LIVE : t'
Mob a64Ir BSip nI' Lv.........Suui|).'ou City.......... \ 7 40 a m I 1 7 fr)1111I ; AKAWHISKEY To th.. We t and North-Wstyt.
|. m ,Ar..Gainei'\.illf'.I.v -151111I I 100t m .
The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot

'. NORTH BOUND SCHEDULES Springs N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the T
p\'i1l1laton,C of G Uv. N C &: St L lly, ill Grit K It and connections
t World. Through Sleeping Cars,from Jacksonville t.. \
: D p m LvAr. ... ... lake City............Ar 6aJ1I1II 7\1OVn: Asheville and Hot North Carolina.
heal> 410a 0; .,. .........Martin.... ..... ..... Lv U :V |p mtt II 20a ni Springs ,
h 7 pia iii At., .. ....Atlanta ..... .......Lv :!lI i> m 7 no a m ( SOFTENED BY ACE. '
II.*_.. l00p in *r""......(' I<...KII..I. 2 651 in a 05 a 111 thoice of Roxteto: Paa-fliciricaB ExpojHicn, B.lfa'o.' n. y.] ;
3Phl \r. . ..l\a"hulll'.I.\ 9 top m 9 :w p ni ; :.!.
ie 7 161111 Ar .... ...lStl'Ol1il.\.L\ 84p "L 8 ICs m Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta ExpwHIoa. Throjgh Vestibultd Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through .

RSUF'f I--.... ..tliuiiialli... .... m 111 () .. mft Coaches Excellent Dining Car Service. #
( "
., a... 'l\r...... .. .... Chicago. ...... .. ... .LvI17 001 m. .. ... ...... Is the'best and purest .
Trains via in Connection with
Through the Southern Railway are Operated

t"*.*.ao- time is shown trains not / Rye Whiskey sold I the Plant System from Jacksonville.For ,
l oa.>*nl4 the"UixiOl K?. 'r" hale through sleeper between t Louis M<>. I
etwayilk .' and through parlor sleeping! car an I coach 1*. la the South. Bites Schedules and Information ell on or addreu
??*tad P..Utka. Inr the reception of passeagers Uuion Depot Mann: "- I
i54iwuata mVaau open Union Jepot on return until 7:30 a m. and can U W, T. COSBY leveling Fiuaenger Agent 108 W,Bay St,JACKSONVILLE,FLA. ,

r Illbat hrue. R. F. BALKS & CO.,Proprietors S.H.HARDWICK General PaaengerAgU W.1L TAYLOE.. LGu.P&Ii.Agt_, t .
C. D. Fm'.
.V. ICe ILnBIlAW'raldent. Agent Lake City. Fla ClNaNNA TI.u. s. A. W.8R1XGTON.D.C. ATLANTA, GA.

... BUBY BoRas.Aent .. .April :asth,
: Flat Oral_ gashed to cot bead o&c wilt 1901. I

Ii .FY A Jllclto:1ville;
t. "., .. .. tConGa. '. AUo4 boa cue await. "HW ai.aiiaW*. -

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:. ", .- IT SAVED HIS LEG. &/&Hrti&&ertw *& ;;.
I;. A. Danforth; of LaGrange, Ga.< K "rp!
COucH ASTHMA. suffered for six months with a: frightful '
rCO1d, i.delafa s sea pooch oI Tar Fol.y's i.guarenteedtogt Hone end running sore on his leg; but write Nine J1ERBINE.

tis daaameoa Foley'. opt reUet fa aII cwMNon.ysndTsrle that Bucklen'a Arnica Salve wholly
Aat"Do lio&cIaa t, cured it in five day For Ulcers Tenthsof
, .r I..Uat. t.f. cad e la with otbN meclidlle Wounds, Piles, its the best salve in e--,. _
i that luu failed to Iioa : the world. Cure guaranteed. Only

i igirst.e nUeL I j 2>c. Sold by Geo. W. Price. Pure Juices from Natural R oots.

j t Foley'CONSUMPTION.end LA CRIPPL 1I all
Honey IrJOQbanba4thtGri I ORDINANCE NO. 116. the
! ar .- DOt bold GIlt you probeh\J seed a 9EGUUTE$ the liyer Stomach
taIoe hope fa a .&IIC3d llablemedlctuslikeFO I Be it ordained by the mayor an I an48
robe.bll fa the"'a1matoli..,worn ley's Honey and To I city council of the city of Lake CUy.I PeopleSuffer CleansesthsSystemJPurifiesthellgel
to heat
roar IsiaDi aaIIDd
I Ia.ar17 sta I Fla.
to eIIda curs stop tneldoitaIWtblaCROUP. the ractIr.a coach 1! Sec. 1. whenever iU6fS! Filalaria! Biliousness
R a That any structure Ccasfe 1I
:t PNEUMONIA. : or building within the corporate U Weak Stoniacli gild flpalred
I di of lsfanta D,.J.C. Bishop of Ag. limits of the city of Lake City shall from a DigsDiseased !
t' atdiea die reerb
!: ,. } Croup erer7 one new U1ch..1&JE"I'. hsr become dangerous to the health of
sled FOlo, Honey Every Bottle 6uaraJ fee fo Eire
ineoo.nt. coal and Tar to throe ,'tJ I the community on account of decay, ,
EeengredhadFo- er.oase.of I'neney's r_' nGE UO1TIi33 $:!!
it shall be the duty of the sanitary EdLZxo
Honey and Ta '
J a the pu&mouth Liver Price, GO Cents.F.epard .
tl r I s*th.m I* t edta' committee of the city council to inspect .

or condemn such building or by JAMES F. BALLARD
, ;SL
; i Lolihltq
BANNER SALVE is a Healing Wonder. structure and to cause a notice to be '.

served by the marshal upon the owner
Sold by Geo. W. Price.
I. or agent in charge of such building Sold by Geo. W. Price. --

or structure, or if the owner or .

i i agent be unknown, to be pasted on ,

BUIE'S SAW Mill. i|such building or structure,' that the tffgT '.

A I I same has been inspected and cor.- --777T0

I jdemned and that such inspection and
Four Miles West .
t i of. Lake City [condemnation will be reported to the The

"4 First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part city council at its! nest meeting to be I
of the City''on short notice. Address held thereafter, such notice giving Offers to both sexes a root tfo.cation .

s.1 : S. P. BUIE, LAKE CITY FLA. the time and place of such next meeting Florida along the lineof

and stating the cause of such con- Modern Thought and Achy,

demnation. That at such next meet Agricultural=
Scientific. Literary,
P.- J. BECKS /ing the city council will hear evidence Industrial Departments.lIiUt.tJyUl H
and may by resolution delare College. complete outfit of apparata lI-

4 CONTRACTOR 1f whether such decayed building or penses reduced_ to a minim
BUILDER. structure is dangerous to the healthof Short-hand. Telegraphy, J3oo!.
S----r.---------1-- keepinjr, taujht FREE,
'-.. the community, and whether it ; Send for a New Catalogue

...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... I shall be removed or tore! down, and I I .
by its notice to be served by the mar- .j W. 1. YOCUM.Pres.. ,
requiring the owner or agent in I ._ _. *
CALL ON liE.BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KIND OF WORK. charge thereof to remove the same :-

I within such time as such resolutionand "-.EI g=IZl1l!i YJ.:;)a ; ".cYZTGTI"T lel),,1 I 3F
notice shall direct; and such resolution
"X T WHITE'S CREAM and notice shall direct the
V V ORMS. VERMIFUCEI marshal to tear down or remove such
building or structure if the
I IJO&fa Quaatll Jstla Qua1J1J.. owner or
_agent shall fail to do so within the
For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. RY
!I I time limited and specified in said

SOLD BY. ALL DR.VGGXBTB. I resolution and notice. And the
J mai-:
Prepared by---di+ JAMES F. BALLARD, 8t. Louis. j'shat :hall be authorized to hire and flail ders

i Sold procure all htlp, necessary to the I
by Geo. W. Price. PQ/9fjfu.
iI I performance of his duties in remov-

I ing or tearing down such building or
= [structure.

; Nashville Chattanooga &<< St. Sec. 2. That any owner or agent
c Louis Ry. in charge of such decayed building I

-AND- j I for structure, or any other person, I Prom it Fillet 1 1LkB

S i who shairresist, hinder or interfere sit
Western and Atlantic R. R. !
i with the marshal: in the performanceof .

"Battlefields Line" his duties prescribed in Sec. 1 of '
I this ordinance. shall be punished by -- --

x Through sleepers to Chattanooga, Nashville, and St. Louis. connecting in a fine not exceeding $;)(.10.00.) or imprisonment ,
union depots for Louisville, Cincinnatti, Chicago, Memphis ,
at hard labor for
and all points West and North-west. 'I a period Gify BotiiI
[J : not exceeding sixty days at the i y l-l Il !
C. E. HAIOiA!!,G. P.A.. Atlanta,Ga. T. M. DOTLE. F. P. A.,
Jacksonville: Fla.' i
discretion of the
j mayor. i '
.. .. ,___ -
-- '- u Passed by council May 2t), 19111 -
A I O. R. PARKED, President. x iiGt18t3E57 i I I I Gompang.1
fire Storm Tornado and Cyclone! insurance. S
I Approved-May 27,1:I)). ,

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st Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in bu&itre I A SUPERB GRIPPE CURE. Cool Drinks, Fruits, Vegetables -

X Office: Upstairs in Vinzant Block. Johnson's Tonic is a superb grippecure. .
: Drives out every trace of Grip
Chalker & Small Poison from the system. Does it Tobaccos, Cigars,
Agts. I quick. Within an hour it enters the
blood and begins to neutralize the effects
i' : : .t Nuts, Raisins Apples,
of the |toi>oa. Within a day it j ,
places a grip victim beyond the pointof 1 I _
t danger. Within a week ruddy i j And Fine Candies.
cheeks attest return of perfect ,
tI : health. Price Me if it cures. Ask for
I ; 1i Carriage Maker and UndertakerCoffins Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic. MANUFACTURERS AND BOTTLERS OF

Take nothing else. 1901marMy Soda Water, Sari aparilJa, Strawberry, Ginger A*
x and Caskets always on band at reasonable prices Prompt Seltzer
attention to CALLS -- Cider Etc.
Day or Nigbt Telegraphic orders promptly attended -
to. Masters Sale. Geo. J. Davis
UNDER and by virtue ot a final decree in
losure of mortgage in the Circuit -
Court of Columbia county, Florida in favor
of Nat Adams and Hubert W. .. tI
... <
hers under the firm name and style o t M> g
Adams brothers.complainant*., and against t
Lenmth Reese, di ft.; and naming the un-I .
dersigned as Special Master tor this cause,
will utter for sale and will sell at public SUMMER
outcry, to the highest and best bidder for HEAT
v cash at the front ut the courthouse in the .
town ot Lake'Ity. t'la., between the lawtul The thermometer j
hours onMallduy will 8.>on be climbing t" the Sum-
titer heat
O mart. You will soon be Utfing von could
July 1st, A. D., 1901all C"'ntrl\'e Yon can.TRY .to get along without that awfully hot range the following described real estate to O >

1 J or wit lot: "A of land one-tain lying interest and being in all situate that in tract tie A 8LU 'FLJ.ME.
} county of Columbia Mate of Kioridc, de
scribed< as follows: Ten acres on the Eastside -
of the Northeast Quarter of the North ,. Blue Flame makes an Jeal heat lor coolm* qui, t
east Quarter,of Section Thirty-five. Town convenient It and economicalVchaveStoc urn want
ship Three Range Seventeen cots but little and
O South and I O AU is a great labor avm* Jerhe '
East sizes-
lying south of the Florida Central and with or without. cooking utenbik
1 Peninsular Railroad being a portion of the ,
1 Buggies and Wigons for sale and Built to Order. General RepairV tract formerly known as the Andrews O -
i i ag tor Marble All work Monuments guaranteed.and Grave Carriage Stones.material for sale also / > tract tbe and property derived of by said J.J.Young descent"as or so

much tnereot as will be necessary to the
J. A. FISHER satisfaction of said decree and all costs.

l 113-117 HAMILTON STR. LAKE, CITY, FIA. O Lake Terms*w City cash.Fla.Purchaser Nay FRANK 3"t. lain.t\J for titles ,; <- Try You

Special Master
T. a OLIVER,Complainants Soluitor. ;' < an

i "Iron canO <
i tD.O@330t3e7Y! 3i7 iJfiiiiig 3 'J 2 Afford
iiWHDftii i It1DHi) b

PlMJ.FRUIT ,DctcHptlvd tti Ulntritcl CitiiMMTelU '
Will and all they require ..
at the Shop I '
t I I x
a ROFIT WtUto Plant aid How\o Grow a4 Mar otRivers _
ket the Great Colson &
I FO r; 1 i
) -Monty AUklnf Fits of dw JMrtk_ 0 You'll Have Better
Meals, and the Cook
Peaches Pears Plams. Ptriimmoas, Market corner Marion and a
Uirh.oredo Trees, Nat Trees,G raoet,fig,Saisuna aad other Hamilton streets opposite I carry the
I Onageo tw CUral TnMiaia J. li,Young's"tore. I mt line of
Stack, Oruneitat ware and Tan-ware rIDIIJe Cocker (Jueensln !i
Low Prices, oTrrekar4 ei aai etprjtkuf for tile I !,. prices: the lo\Ve03 the" r, Just what you want .
f rove, r g arieL AUren Considering quality of gOOd r
tF i ..CATALOGUE FREE... The Grilling Bros. Co. I BEEP, MUTTON, KID AND PORK j! ,: Tin-Rooiino l

delivered will be found in here.any part Meats ot 4 f and Guttering a SpC6idItll.iJ .

I Narerit ud Test Grounds atPOMONA NURSERIES, the city. We deliver late 4

4 ', '1 Maeo1e7. Fl*. : JftckMoville, Fla. i I in'mornings the evening use tor next : D. STREETY. -" ij'

t ......,...'I'f2.eaVeetR , eGg iiIDllllltl'" LET US FILL YOUR ORDERS ---- 1!



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