The Citizen=reporter

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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
June 21, 1901


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


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

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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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YijE) COT KEPORTER, EUb. 18741[ Coaaoliaated :.
18881 Aar.21,1900 CITY FLA. FR'IDA'Y'
21 1901. Vol.I XXVII No. 32 -

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.:,*T&f ut vitiated or morbid fluids coursrelni < .
:;;.L lie ,_ ,and affecting the tissue', Regarding our tax rate the Savannah .-...., C-
FLA. -
commonly due to detectIve June 11901. News says: ""
; ,"'" art digesMKB To .
bo*are sometimes Inherited. Florida teachers: and school oW eri 'of The people of Florida are toot overburdened -

. -Bow do they manifest themselves DEAR by state taxation. The
.",*f'Ja: 'maul, forms of cutaneous eruption, FmENDs-The National Educational rate fof the present year will be 2s

KmX Jfcom or eczema pimples and tolls, Association will meet in mills, although the law permits
'tal to I'tabcs..langa01", general debility Detroit, Mich.:: July 8th-12th, ,this rate of 3 mills.

.,BoY art they expelled? By year This promises to be one of the doubtful .. !
says tbe Savannah

: l od's Sarsaparllla In largest the and history most of profitable the Association.meetings News, if there is any other- state in! .._ w

*tttefc alao builds up the system that has The unparelleled the Union which has so low a tax rate

I from them. ed this opportunity-afford except New Jersey. In that state

hit.if ttt best medicine for all humors.TLe year for educators from all the trusts have filled the _
treasury,, ..ti
parts of the Union
;: to attend at a low and the .4
people contribute little .
a cost not only this very -
greatest of all Ed-
towards the
swimming season U a little rational Conventions, but at a mere government. support of tbe state- Bakintf

tills year, but the number oi f trifle of additional expense to see the When it is taken into account tbatit I salute

'R6t reported recently would I Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo Powder ,
has been only six
since F'lor-
itethatitis beginning to get the Niagra Falls and tbe countless ida's
i Its work. grandeurs of the GreatLake* Region orange groves were destroyed- .Pure'I -
insures a large'attendance groves which were easily worth 115000,000 ,- i. s-'

Tkonai Maple, Birkbeck, 111., section, and is an inducement from every irresistible State's, it must be admitted that the Hot-breads, hot biscuits cakes,

Si "I lad a very bad case osy f for every teacher in Florida t managed officials and lawmakers have muffins, puddings and crusts made with ,Rcjyal F

r trouble and my back pained who can dot : wifely and economically. Baking Powder I I
possibly: >o, to make And far are wholesome delicious i
as as we are informed quickly
set could ,
not straighten up. The the trip. Almost liberal
,itctor'i treatment did me no food. can be secured from this edUCatiOn-j with the public Lila institutions are,not dealt !i I madex always light never sour, and most economicaJ.i l. I

i foiej't Kidney Cure advertised small coat. are nIggardly manuer. Tbe officials I J i Royal Baking Powder is specially refined, and '

". I I toot base me not Dome teen wnicn affected'cored blnce.rtcommecd me. point RATtSRailroad will cost "one tickets fare"from for any the I and the schools paid fairly'are liberally good salaries dealt equally valuable for the preparation of the finest, I r -Y. ;_

with. Confederate delicate
this most
remedy. veterans and tbe cookery and .
. "J.Prkf.. "round trip, plus 12 _membership ;! widows of everyday .
veterans f
are given
;,-f fee, wbfch is paid to the, railroad as generous food. In the easy expeditious and economical
"'.- as are paid
: .Carnegie has bought two whole agent, and entitles the by any
holder to preparation of
other wholesome
I' tate. and
appetizing food it is )
fcipt'oo tbe Hudson
and it U membership in tbe As:ociation. Tbe -'
Why it, then, that the
lit the transaction set tax rate indispensable. w F
his Inlack shortest route is via Jetoup and Southern i U low
so -
I notwithstanding the
t. fully thirty eight minutes. heavy
leaving Jacksonville at I j losses: the state Gas
in x
-- 7:45 I p. m.; and arriving at Detroit in I recent The "Royal Baker and Pastry ,
Price' drug store and get year? union mint have Cook-containing o>er 800 most There are umUttoa taking
a little less than 25 hours, with only practical and taluable cooking ders, made from pow-
: alum
a"'let>f Chamberlain's Stoui I cut down assessment 'valuesery ceipts-free to and sold
: 1 Unr Tabltts. They are an one change (at Cincinnati!) and with j greatly? The only reason we know postal card with every tour patron.full address.Send a cheap old.. which-, it loWlliPOI5QIIOIII.U prudent to a

;;.;' East physic. They also improve. through bleeping and dining car I of is that there has been economy i in.
service; or for those who H I.h: to free the
appetite, ttrengtbeu tbe dige: administration of the State's af
the -Land of the Hky ROYAL BAKING POWD|A CO., 100 '
i aid reflate the liver and bow 'via the North I fairs. The legislature meets only WILLIAM STREET NEW YORK.

-- 'They are easy to take and picas- Carolina route in about 12 hours I II once in two years. Unlike the politicians -- ----. ---- --.- -_..- --. -
I J a effect more. The schedule via Montgom- !(I : -- -- --
I in this state, the Florida pol- EDITOR AND PREACHER.The i ABSURD ,
I I and L. & X. Railroad SHlTri.
-cnuade'being waged by tbe cry from Jack-1 I itician- do not use the meetings oft I al

chit against Sunday Golf eooiille, is to leave Jacksonville at i tbe legislature a* a means of getting press and pulpit bear some I "President McKinley is, as a matter '
play _
p. m., and arriving at Detroit similarity : ,
l together one .respect, and the of
Ureateo to make that 17-n ana-planning cam-, course; to be commended for
-ware popular than ever among game tbe ; p. ui., making the trip in about I'i! patens for the#offices. fact is aptly illustrated by an ex furnishing proof of his-respect for
4i bours. The rate from Jacksonville 1 Then change as follows '
pensions : j j tbe American
.felt. klleDt. are given only to : precedent set by Geo. ;.
', '- by"all routes is $30.20, including 1 i those whom tbe law intends shall "A preacher once said: Editors Washington in declining a nomination \"

:ORDINANCE NO. 117. membership fee, and proportionaterates i 1 have them. Two-thirds of the Countie's dare not tell the truth. If you did to a third term of the presidency -

from other points. 'Tickets by do not draw from the state treas- you could not live. Your news'paperwould and Tbe Republic heartily joins

:Belt ordafned by the mayor and all 'outeiIIm be on sale July 5th, ury more money for schools and pensions be a failure." The editor replied in this commendation," says the St. '

HfSwndl of the City of Lake City 8th and 7th, and will be limited to than they pay into it, as is tbe : "You are right, and the minister ,' Louis Republic.j .

JtorUi. July 16th, but with privilege of extension case in this st it It is. true the who tells tbe truth about his I j It seems necessary to remind Postmaster -

,1 &c t. That It shall be unlawful to September 1st, by depositing state has little or no debt, but that : members, dead or alive will not oc-j i I| General Smith, however, that

.,/tfaty railroad company to run or tickets on or before July 12th, also indicates that the State's affairs cupy the pulpit more than one Sunday j he is indulging somewhat absurdly in

MteJlU tafine or trains within and payment of 50 cent have been under able and con- and he will find it necessary ,to, mock heroics when be speaks of President -

rorporated limiu of Lake City, HOARD.Board can be had at from scientious management. In her pub leave town in a hurry, Tbe press McKinley's declination as cone -

tint a greater speed than a .1 I to 15 per day in private homes ors lic affairs Florida is an example to and pulpit go hand in hand with th I II stituting an "act of selfabnegation. -

" .. .*, to fact: Within one-quarter hotels. For particulars or to engage many states which make much greater I whitewash brush and kind words, ." The Postmaster General is

*f L'milt,of its passenger statior, rooms,, address C. F. Daniels, chair- i pretensions." magnifying little virtues to big ones allowing his lenOnalloyalty to, get : -

:iicbt-- Bi|" an hour; within one-hal f man committee on F.ntertainment and diminishingices into virtues. I the better /\f the common sense urVi is li % '
"mlkef and Accommodation, Detroit, Mich. The pulpit, saint-making he
its triumvirate undoubtedly .
|I.asaenger station, fifteen "A few months ago, food which I | possesses.There _
Kr.'lUr I IIEAui uurre; .-The headquarters ate for breakfast would not remain; I is useless without the pre-si." The was no self-abnegation in ,
: for the National Executive committee minister went looking j! Mr.
Sec.J.That, away McKinley's action. A few of
any engineer IIr con on my stomach for half an hour. I i very c his
.,6ectoropelatinr'or running any t'tnlD (.- i will be at the Cadillac Hotel. used one bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia thoughtful, while the editor turned frienJs had put out feelers in his behalf -

.' at a greater rate of The Florida headquarters' will be at !j! Cure and can now eat my breakfast I to his work, telling about the beautyof I urging that he be nominated

: i tiin as herein provided, with this hotel also.: !i and other meals with a relish tbe bride, while, in fact, she was for the third term. The boom was

.''htkcdiitance P>ioGllA .-A most profitable program i and my food is thoroughly digested ugly as a mud fence. certain to become a boomerang,
mentioned In sectio i which will be full I' r;
of interest
lrftfc Nothing equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure i, having already in fact
( ordinance wearied and
: shall he punished for every teacher has been arranged. I for stomach troubles", II. S. Pitts, One Mabel Hite wants a divorce !!I v
Jl i lot disgusted the
r pot This is the opportunity to' in I American people. It
exceeding 425.00 or imKiwimtnt get Arlington, Tex. Kodol from
Dyspepsia her husband because |
he drank was a good stroke of
politics for the
touch with the cream of modern '
l- Cure
not digests what eat. A.R.Wise.
t*tit exceeding ten days, thought as presented by the best educators I you. 47 drinks of whiskey in one forenoon. j President to puncture it,and he cputd
, lUc/etfon of the mayor" / of the age. ----- -- And Mabel has a chorus girl's idea I j iso., not possibly lose anything by doing 2=
'.-,Pa.e4 by council May 20. 190!. SIDE TRIPS.-A number of special f The Y. M. C. A. reception was held of what constitutes thirst The American people will not ;
: 4pprorea V ? 0.'R. PARKER, President side trips has been-arranged. Everyone in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, a at that. I j I elect any President to a third term. -

.. May ro, 1001. will want to attend the Pan- after alL It is to be hoped fig leaves You I I s' t
-, P.1'. CONE, Mayo American Exposition at Buffalo, and may as well expect to run a I To save mending, avoid breaking, -
;.1?;;_ittctr, .W, 11. IVES, Clerk. see Niairra Falls. The round trip to were lavishly used in the decora steam engine! without water as to I and to avoid 6ufferinsrprevent! coughs

': '-- Buffalo from Detroit will be only r3 tions. find an active, energetic man with I and colds by the timely use of Hal- r

_:t: !t A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. hv mil or $4 by the elegant: Lake torpid liver, ana you 'may know alard's j i Horehound Syrup. It is a safe,

.,1-i1_ Steamer lines.INFOR3.UTloN.Programs. I READ IT IN HIS NEWSPAPER. I his liver is torpid when he does not I! sure, and swift remedy for all bronchial -
.::-} I and any : relish his food or feels dull and 13n: -!R ailments. Price :'5C and 50c.I .
to mtUax New Under further information will be gladly George Schaub a well-known Ger- guid after eating, often has headache I G. W. Price, druggist.
tile furnished upon application to the man citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio, and sometimes dizziness. A few !
... &l4ackn...M UTC crud to curd CATAKKH by undersigned or to Jas. )+r. Scripps, is a constant reader of the Dayton doses of Chabiberlain's Stomach and I Chauncey
aowders,acid gascs. inhalers and chairman Local committee, Detroit. Liver says he is in
Ia IUI'.. Volkszeitung. He knows that thispaper will restore his liver
b'akMms heir |M>wd.rr dry up, All who expect to attend ill pleas to its love with all the ladies and would
.. >"B>brand" aims to advertise renew his
causing then to only the best
: Si.. ?11I4 bkrd. The powerful acids I notify the undersigned, giving the vitality, improve his digestion and marry them all if he could. The giddy -
"XV Mme' t *""'rs hays entirely eaten time and route, as soon as possible, in its columns, and when be saw make him feel like a new man. old rascal.'HUMPHREYS'. v

SiiS-- attaed nembraara Carr wilds that tbrlr makto and- hat-arrangements may be made for Chamberlain's Pain Balm advertised i Price, 25 cents. Samples free at (J. fi
,, et'Iawtw4 reach the disea.An old for special cars. Very respectfully, therein for lame back he did not W. Price's drug store.
etced practitioner w bo h. a for CLEM HAMPTON, I i ,
1cara --
.i aa.Je hesitate in buying a bottle of it for *"" !
" State Director and Manager N. E. AIn .
f *?tn&lJDratof* *atmentwn CATKruaba rb wlien aitbtull at lad his wife, who for eight weeks had I Still, when vou come to think of it. i i .

.1Iut' *' Trelterex at once but ( suffered with the most terrible pains there is nothing more strange abouta

'I.4 tnrea ae tile CUAIIlu IIllI'b.ui,. by removing. and IJrr-1 I in her back ant could get no I I a Chinaman delivering a Fourth of f ,

JIb-U;.,Ie adcace..Ia.that It actually ill the; only reaches remedy the He says: After using the Pain relief'l July speech in Independence hall, | Witch Hazel Oil
.. town Philadelphia, than there is ,
.a aI s> Tbigwoudrrtul every for a few' days my wife said about -
ilia ZCPyLtisthect'ARA.ITtxuCAtand I"Wild at the extremely- and village 'I feel as though born anew,' and before this republic levying a tariff on subject j TIIK PILE OINTMENT.
stills packagecunkteraalaad using the entire contents of the peoples across the sea. i
Ma external medicine iiul- be had bottle the --- -- ,
a toll t..wu'a treatment and may unbearable pains bad en --- One Application Gives Relief.
ict e' is thlullseonly .. -the tirely vanished and she could again FOUGHT FOR HIS. LIFE. -
pert ct CATA'iiH take up her household duties." lie -
.. sak made and and ill now recuftulzeda*I Ioq is very thankful, and hopes that all I "ily father and sister/both_ died of ,> It cures Piles or Hemorrhoids! External _

--sllllUnllll..a.e.JIOoltl'e cure for It cure that anu all- suffering likewise will hear of her Consumption," writes J. T. Weather or Internal,' Blind or Bleeding, Itching or -

..-_ .IeUJ and termanently and: i Mica wonderful recovery. This valuable wax, of.WyandotteMich.; "and Burning Fissures and Fistulas. Relief immediate -
_.=;.QlUlta why he qUick UIAU.l" to. relieve BAT I liniment is for sale at G. W. Price' was saved, from tbe same,'frighttul'Ij I; -cure certain.

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hac,.U illite. Itt Hoary femelcle eyou. Axl ,-An attack af Pneumonia instant. .
+ lOur Philippine Commissioners who
!-.1ft4 treatment which b. poi- : It cores Inflamed or Caked Breasts and .
btAuJ?**" bed lI cureoATAimH many .t found themselves in a town being I an' obstinate cough and very severelung :. Sore Nipples. Invaluable. .
according to dirKIColljlin1
|...* ter ait-" |)ark"lIe. Don't a fireJ on by insurgents must have trouble, which an excellent doctor .: It cures Salt Rheum, Tetters, Scurfy s

.4 to yottr It at once Condition and w and rite you full j Greasethat thought that peace hath Us skirm could not help, but a few month Eruptions Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters,
...._'IItCW > vlce from tbe disco ishes use of this wonderful medicine Sore -
-: .adertil not less renowned than war. made i Lips or Nostrils. Corns, Bunions,
awl rokt to remedy you beyond retarding tbe me as well as ever and I gained much I Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of insects,

;NCE'E'Lfs'the: "Onar, .... makes your i 1!1 C.A.&IJ.'IOR.AetZ.Zb in weight' -, ,Infallible for Coughs: f C Mosquito Bites and Sunburns. -
loamy&d4rCIIIIII the Unittd Iad. Math t4 and aU'Throat and Lung tro d't'hree Sizes, 250., SOe. and $1.00
h ble. Trial ,
bottles free. !
OQ Guaranteed
rC'CrlJt ot One Dollar. $ I
iI. EDWIN bottles 50 Sold kj Draggwts,tried Ms'Nid M receipt d Fria
k GILiS A: COM- cents and $100 sold by Geo
I.SB Market S>u PBUadelpnla. I 11Q. Price. HUMPHREYS' MED. CO., .
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2 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER -,' Established- 8Z4

has solved the Weary Notice.It .
'I by discovering' a was ordered upon
Willie problem mot;.
is the time to provide your- natural deposit within its borders the board at their fegular ftt
An ordinance t6 amend'ordinance i self and family with a bottle of soap in July 1901, the same beiotbc I&M;

No. 86." Ordinance_ No. R6 shall be Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and -,-- day'or said month, the bsyri
and is hereby amended to read as follows : Diarrhoea n medy. It is almost certain -n consider and act upon: the '
of erectin"
,'to-wit: There shall be estab to be needed before the summer Columbia a new court hour bt
in for (
: "fj ; : county. ;
iII lished in Lake City, :Fla., a meat and is over, and if procured now may save r LOT.OF BRICK I)jne and ordered in -opea

,. fish market, and it shall be unlawfulfor you a trip to town in the night or in June 3, A. D. ,1!*II, by the11,
is everywhere
your SALE BY r
to sell of county commissioners
any person or persons admitted to be the most successful Florida.
fer fur sale or deliver at' retail any ; medicine in use for bowel complaints, County.Attest M.
I IIII fresh meat or fish in the town of both for children and adults. No Ex-OOicio t'ierk of ,
Like City, except from the city mar: family can ,afford to be -without it. ...... .....,. .X .W .f .T >rl.. Commissioners. of
G. W. Price.
IT IS ket. But the provisions'of this ordinance f -- -------- ---
shall not prohibit the farmers I
About the limit of snobbery is ............" ... "''' ,,
EASYWORK of this county from selling oft'er-i I '' '''' ''''
P reached by "An American gentle I. 'i
ing for sale and delivering fresh
man," who advertises in London anuffer

: o'clock meat or m. on the street after 10i 1 of i:825,000; to a)lady of title as :+ TO STRETCH fl DOLLflRl

a rub ben and you are well to Passed by Council June 17, 11. ;i chaperon for his i daughter. I!' I: IS TO MflKEJIGQflSFflR{ flS fOSSl Lf .- 5'i

back fichhes O. It. PARKER President. |'
and the head throbs, Attest W. M. Ins Clerk. I i j We have a plan ol onr own lor doing this it jjto ifi' /
woman's work is M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, j r the Largest J'ot.llle'aille tor it our oU cnstomnVar i
1 a Approved June 11, 1901. r j we do that and star with us. We mute yon to try nsaeaprove f
hourly torment. of Westchester, Ind., writes: "My r it li> younlath.faclion. -
No woman can be P. P, CONF, Mayor. time in of I l
wife sick spite
was a long
18 theism vlc-
aid' heahhy of body who
strong of those womanly diseases which are good doctor's treatment, but was : The Largest Stock of SPRING GOODS J
often responsible for feminine sufferings. Council Proceedings.: wholly cured by Dr. King's New Life !

Women who have wed Dr. Pierce' Fa- Council Chamber, Lake City, Fla., Pill, which worked wonders for her jl In every Department we have ever had are now \onte Prescription for the cure of diseases June 19th 1901. Council met in I health." They always do. Try them. Dress Good in Maple and Novelty fabric, with f riaafem itoMi'.cn.
that work Ta limits J' J\s. Neckwear Fi
of the womanly organs say Only 25c at Geo. W. Price's Drug .iraJo< EmbrodieriTiuj
doesn't ,tire them any more. "Favorite special session. i Store. I Ladies and Gents Furnishings tor Spring and snmx u
Prescription;!'* regulates the periods, dries Ii
enfeebling drains, heals inflammation and President Parker, presiding. President ; sole Agent Douglas Shoes /|
ulceration, and cures female weakness. It Parker, presiding. Present, Wu Ting Fang will deliver the :
makes weak women strong and sick women ; That means a whole lot boyerscf Shoe Itmeiastiij f
Aid. Gillen, Benson, Rogers, Plymp- Fourth of July oration in Independence j
well V j we can supply von with shoes of a kind and qniMtj UK
x i There is no Alcohol in''Pavorite Prescrip- ton and Watts. t_. hall, Philadelphia. In furnih-I "r cannot be surpassed in any way. Uorou,oa a slse, f

:, u.Deitherppium, cocaine or any ether The petition of Adams Bros to re- ing,both the, oratory and the fireworks -! ,jr j bor means that that can iI lie s the put beat into oinibiuationof it. To be exclusive material a'est-tQ sadly, -f j

narcotic. J. the wooden southeast j r these shoes means a loader in trade of all kind Taar*-...'
-I had poor health for cine years(ever since move building on the Chinese will hold the cen- ; 1I

the Watkins birth,of of child Kaiuwha),- writes Co.Mrs.\Y.Va.Armintie"Had corner of block 9, into DeSoto I ter of the stage on J the Glorious I J. E. Inman

female weakness, was very irregular and would street temporarily until they build, Fourth. No. 4. Coj[
suffer untold misery, Our family doctor did not r; Near Depot.
do me any good and I concluded to write to you. the brick building on the lot. i I ;
When I Wrote:1 had no idea that I would ever get motion .. CCCCCCCCCCCSXCPhone ".. ". ""'''
well,but-he*your letter reached me I brpan to On of Aid. Gillen the per- : Moore's Pilules are a guaranteedcure .. .. .."''''''''111t
have hope. J commenced taking Dr. Pierce'in mission was granted 'as petitioned.On for all forms of Malaria, Ague,
mediants as directed and began to improve .
strength, ,r was soon able to do the work fur my motion council adjourned. Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever Malarial 7'
of 11 think there never were such
family medicines ass in the world. I took eight bottle, Attest: W. M. IVES, Clerk. Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaun- A. K. I-1AWKE8
three of 'Favorite Pre cnption' and five of dice, Biliousness, fetid breath and a ,
Golden,Pellets.1 Medical Discovery' and two vials of Mothers who would keep their chil- tired, listless feeling. They cure The Famous Atlanta Optician.

Dr. Pie te"* Pellets cure constipation. dren in good health should watch for Rheumatism and the lassitude fol-
of and lowing blood poison produced from
the first symplons worms re-
-- -- -
malarial poisoning. ,No Quinine. I
move them with White's Cream Ver- I No Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not I

TO GROW OUR OWN COFFEE.Iataseeee .. mifuge. Price 25c at G. W. Price's. ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely I
I I tasteless. Price, 50c per bbx. Dr. :
Demand of baited States to If the Hague peace tribunal Is in C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main

Be Supplied in Coming Tear earnest about inquiring into the Street, St. Louis, Mo. Geo. \\ !I

by Oar Island Possessions. burning of farms by the British in Price, druggist [mar-'Ol-lyr] |!

{ South Africa it is in a fair way to ; 1
'The prospect of a return of permanently get itself abolished. If The Hague arbitrators can't I!i

peaceful conditions in the Philippines find anything else to do they might i!!
If you are sick all over, and don'tknow ]
and the existence of
present try to fix up a truce between the two j I
conditions in Porto 1'ieo and Hawaii just what ails you, it's ten to i i II
branches of the Salvation Army.
favorable to', American producing and one your kidneys are out of order. I II II I

commercial enterprises lends additional Foley's Kidney Cure will bring you I I
; interest to some figures just health and energy. G. W. Price.. |I My. little on had an attack of

L, compiled by the, treasury bureau of -. -- !. whooping cough and was threatened .
statistics regarding the coffee con And now it is said May Irwia is to with pneumonia; but for Chamber- -I- COLD MEDAL 3

sumption of the United States and of play Hamlet. In order to look the r lain's Cough Remedy we would have Highest Award Diploma of Iloaor ;g-
the world. The people of the United part it will be manifestly necessary I had a serious time of. it. It also
States are.sending out of the countrymore for the lady to 'take a reef both in I saved him from several severe at- ESTABLISHED 1Q7O. *j
than a million dollars a week in her smile and her shape. tacks of croup -U. J. Strickfaden, These Famous Classes for Sale by 3

payment for coffee consumed in this editor World-Herald, FairHaven, I
Wash. For sale G. W. Price Watts & Son & Eyesight Tested Free
country, all of which could be readily You feel better at once after using by ,

produced in Porto Itico, Hawaii and lIerbine, you enjoy your food more, Caution-Hawfces'glasses are never reddled. Be sure that"Hawtes' issUsiped the Philippine islands, which have al- and you get more nourishment and i'I There is something practical about -"-

ready shown their ability to produce invigorating force out of what you this invention of a Cincinnati electrician ---- --- ,-- - .
coffee of a high grade commandinghigh I whereby sole leather can be
eat. Hence Herbine makes you .
prices in the markets of the strong, vigorous and cEeerfuL Price [ converted into porterhouse steak.
world. Porto Rican coffee has long Me. G. W. Price, druggist. I --'

been looked upon as of high grade -- -,,- I If you are troubled with that most 1

and for many years has commanded A man has started from Massachusetts -I uncomfortable disease called piles, TomDstones MDnum

high prices in the markets of Europe, to Portugal in 25-foot sloop.If don't neglect it. Don't let the com in1
and the developments of coffee culture begets
there he will probably
go firm hold. the
plaint get a Every day
in Hawaii during the past few years dowa in history as a traveling soap disease is neglected it grows worse. '
have also been very satisfactory in the advertisement. 'ommence at once to use 'fabler's AJ Georgia, Vermont and Italian flarble :

quality of coffee produced and the I Buckeye Pile Ointment, the relief is !
prices realised. In the Philippines the Many wOOlen fail to digest their immediate and cure infallible. Price I Granite Monuments. Headstones.Tablets.Statuary. AisoSedant ..
Wrought Iron Fences. Parties Marble work will toil ill
product is of high grade, and the fact food, and so become pale and sallow, EOc in bottles. Tubes 5c. W.Price their interest to write; Ub for designs needing and prices. All Work GaaruUMVadosta
that in physical conditions and climate thin and weak. while the brighness druggist. t j
the islands are similar to ,. -
I those of Java the greatest coffee-pro freshness and beauty of the skin and The June bride that the sun shineson Marble Company
complexion departs. Remedy this by
ducing islands of the world, may not be so lucky after lyasil .1
suggests taking lIerbine after each meal, to very \( VALDOSTA GEORGIA.
great possibilities to those who desire digest what you have eaten. Price all. She may have her complexion

t to see American money expended under 501:. G. W. Price, druggist.Notwithstanding ruined if she hasn't got it kalsi- C;

the American flag. The fact that mined on. .
the United States is by far the greatest President McKin- ----- '- -- -- --

coffee-consuming country of the ley's declination of a third term, If the stomach performs its func- l I. _."= __;._..,-- .. .. -.i-
[ world and is steadily increasing her people do not seem to be falling over tions actively and regularly, the foodof 1
consumption further suggests that each other to be the original Roosevelt -
which it is the receptacle, is trans-
r American capital and energyrway man.
formed into blood of a nourishing
turn their -
attention to this promising
field now opened in the islands where :Mr. F. D. Arnold, Arnold, la., quality, which furnishes vigor and Superiority

American enterprise can safely enter I writes: lie was troubled with kidney warmth to the whole imdy. Herbine .

upon business undertakings. disease about three years. Had to gives tone to ,the stomach and pro '- -
get up several times during the night motes digestion and assimilation.Price .
l f SEEKING AMERICAN IDEAS. but three bottles of Foley's Kidney 50c. G.W. Price, druggist. Is the distinctive characteristic of outMen's

Cure effected a complete cure, he
Eagliak \tOBiAB StidyiBff Hygiene I I I feels better than he ever did and British merchants who are assured Women's, Boys' and Children'8SPRING

sad Domestic Economy: as Taught recommends it to his friends. G. W that trade with South Africa will im-

la !ie ool. la This Country.* Ptice. prove as soon as the war closes are and SUMMERI0CLOTWNG\

t The Victoria Mounted Rifles, 250&trong" naturally asking when the war will
Miss Alice Raieuhill, of England,
who is making an oihcjal tour for educational stumbled inta another Boer close. --, ,
study in this country, and last ditch the o'ther'dav and only 52 1
who has been visiting the various of them got back to tell the story. A slight attack of cramps may

schools and colleges of :Sew York'city bring on diarrhoea,which is, in many t
has left for visit to other cities. Miss To Cure a Cold in One Day 'j cases, followed by inflammation! of NO SOUTH!

1 Ravenhill holds a iipique pedagogic Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- the stomach and other dangerous STOCK in, the

position in England, being inspector lets. All druggists refund the moneyif complaints. All such disorders are equals ours in QUANTITY QUALITY VAR +!i g

of hygiene and domestic economy it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's dangerous be treated, and with should the in their best-known infancy \ / or general excellence of STYLE and FINISH.on : .....
classes under' the technical instruction is each box. 25c.
on I i EQUAL
remedy. The merits of PainKillerare QUALITY 1I
committee of lie county councilof known, and it is recognized as .
the Wes Riding of Yorkshire. 'Herwork' A press dispatch notes that the the standard specific for cramps, di- Oar Prices Always Lead. s3,

is to train teachers who can carry Germans are leaving Pekin. But arrhoea, etc. Avoid substitutes. i 4'i' -**.- .
their hygienic and economic discipline 1 probably for the obvious reason that There is but one PainKiIlePerry 1
info the elementary and other they could not take Pekin with them.FERRY'S Davis'. Price,25c and 5Oc.r Ladies' luiior-Hade Suits -
3 i Waists, Skirts, Underskirts,
schools of the kingdom. As a result ,
of Miss Rarenhiir work interest in -- The new battleship Illinois has \\ Corsets Neckwear, Underwear -

{ the subject is rapidly increasing. The shown a speed of 460 land miles a day. in especially exclusive

board of education for England and : She will prove a knotty problem for selections.\ .

Wales and. the 'sauit ry institute of an enemy. ,
_; !
London united with the committee by MAIL ORDERS
Tsu ;
which the is regularly employed to kaww You what Dyspeptics cannot be long lived be- I I

send her to this country. While here you're planting cause to live requires nourishmens.Food solicited. Cart'ul attention, and shipments C.O.D. titmm J4,
she will certain when with privilege of examining before
reports on
prepare you plant paying
N not nourishing until it is di-
aspects of the teaching of domestic : Ferry1 8edi It you I Correspondence invited."t. ,
science and hygiene in schools and col- boy cheap seeds you cut gested.. A disordered stomach can-I ..Jt1.11 t___
i t- -"- ::: "' x.-----
leges of various types in the United : i not digest food, it must have assist; :I

States. Upon her return these will be ance. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digestsall
C x] ; published for the guidance of educational chance.- kinds of food without aid from B1H1L BrOl
: a authorities, teachers and par- : the stomach, allowing it to rest and vy&
regain its natural functions. Its ele-
'- ents. Among the cities which she will : the J
ments are ,exactly same as the v-
visit are Boston, Philadelphia, Washington natural digestive fluids and it simply ,_ SAVANNAH, a GEORGIA.: ;

,and Chicago. can't help but do you good. A.n.Wse.' .. -

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,{j'-f- The Racket Store is. making Special A BIG DRIVE IN CLOTING* FOR."
Bargains in Summer: GooHs. Are :
''" .
; One. Lot Checked and Stripped Worsted ,
&.* ,you interested in securing ibal'
; spc $9
F $7 =
p-gains? Ifs call at the Racket Store.
: One Lot of Brown 'Checked Cashmere %.
,;r""|: We are selling, + + + iTJir $11, suits for $8 Y*

One Lot of Steel Gray Worsted -

uitr&Dm S1.25" to ,5.. ; $12, suits for. $9 .'
.. qqi
'">''JR-.'.. One Lot of Black and Blue Serge and Worsted F
<:!* Ladies ,Dress Goods, such as Organdies from '
; ', 6.50 to $12. per suit .
t .
0 '
,J1.; wns; Percales, Etc., 4 I-2c up Sum- .,',A large assO'hnent'of Summer Coats aid; Tests, in Serges, Us-?
" =i y..mer Hats .going far below value donf '* ,
-t.'S4 .
J1? fail to ,see them.- ,Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! .. 100 Suits Boys Clothing I
'f-.J;' ; 'iiiI'M
:Neat.; prices that. defy competition. Summer .- PICES REDUCED AS FOLLOWS:
$5.00 Suits For $3.75 I $2.50 Suits For $l.po
:' : shoes, dress shoes, work shoes $3.00 y
Snits .For $2.25 J i' 750 Suits For 50C

:w't; :'.shoes that will suit you. Call. at the 500. pair Ladies, Misses and Childrens Oxford Ties S

h: Racket t-Jf' Store and get prices before Will be closed out at the.. low figure* of ?5, 50 and 75 cents ]:?r pair. r;=

';3 I'Koing:, elsewhere. Don't forget the old *r

.i'.#. reliable price cutter.. + + 4 '- Biggest Line Straw I Felt Hats

| G. Flowers In
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,:::Furniture! -. Furniture! Ya

rf.1' .
:b Porter Glover

J --- Duncan .
a Have now t Largest and Best Assortment ofIi"TJINrrURE -
2 e,

: o : Jil New Bar and
11K;; .
Barrel House.
'Jp-+t' :
"Sett Room Suits, Odd Dressers, ; I r
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*. Wash Stands and Bed Steads.X ,i ..-- '.. .- 7
:. t %. :. ; :.: .. ,l' -
k.Book Cases, China Closets, t .
. g! Wardrobes and Sideboards, ,
: i ; J t. .
t Combination Ladies Book Case and ,Writing ___ -_. t : _. ._ .
8fc Desks, as well as Ladies Writing! ,Desks r-

.";"i5J,..'., That. are Beauties and will please, the' J laaies.' N w n F r B Blisliless.. ?' 4

i.great: variety of HOOKERS, of Wicker, ,Rattan, Oak and

Mahogany_ including Dining and Reception .Room Chars.yClter .f. e'
t. .
Tables for the parlor,Safes and Tables for the kitchen, t :
; Bed Springs, Mattresses., Folding Cots, '
Y l'Q. Iron and Brass'liedsteada.G .

,f'Ii _
Pool Room


:J1ezid i .the procession in our Grocery line,.and_ our cn*- + and Lunch -
.,-.oliera" are assured that they will get the best in.the mar- Counter
/! t. AVe haeve..ything that.mankind eats. "-
Je r; All the staples and delicacies.: Phone 65 North Marion Street.

and Grain by the Car Loads. ". ... ..
'. f 'Send us Your Orders for all Feed Stuffs. i
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I;ti-- V 4. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established JB4

L NOTICE. I ..'.., "E'OF On..ER DFL"'RIPTIOS :.Amt- and Taxes, I II
s T It A Cots

Notice is hereby given that the following desc'ri lands-will be sold at I
pu blic aution on the first Monday, the 1st day of July, A. L)., 1901, at the 11'innie Johnson._____.!0 acres off south side of I
Courthouse, in the town of Lake City, in the County of Columbia, State bf ne!,of se34 and 10 acre

Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for I, off ,north side of seJ4 of-8! 5a 16e X 1 75 .
i taxes herein set opposite the same, together with the cost of such sale f I II
and-advertising. frs T W Watson------n!: and n!, f.n}T swig I _
and n'3 of nw4 of sei4. i .."C. !
I and e!,: of seI.--------- 3Ss 16e 4tj U 00 .H.
-. -. SI' of sw4' of S\.4 and L n -'
Amt Taxes Samuel Toletrmm ,:
1 NAME OF OWNER DESCRIPTION and acres 011 south side of ; Were the
S T R A Costs se'.4 of SW4 and 10 ; Figure
off lIoutb&ide of
'}'rancis Hicks..._______ sw4 of n }. ---------------h 2 15e 4Ai 11CukQowD acre of VVVV12 5s WeII'' 2,41)frs. That -
sws se.-----
-------- ------ ,.el. of se'4-- __ __ 26 2s 15e 4 186J __._ ,5s ice ti : 14 (1) i Did thef
} TW \\Vatson----- --- f
W Taylor__________ n ? of sw34 and nwiy of seia Samual Tohn.;_____-_ n', ____00 --------------------3- -- ---- -- till 16r 3C! 7 10Jlra i

and 4 acres in nw cor of _____ of of and n.l Ilf. Work J
T W Watson n! n.n, ne 4 :
ue!" of !. __ ___ -lIS 15e 124 -I 72 nl-' of! uw4.! __ __ _m __ 4 6s ltie -y.: it(' .. 43 I
Arch Green------ w]_ of Dw! _______. __ __ -I" 1t' 80 3 22k j. of-n of and sf ,
William Brice_:.______ ue4 _--_:_______----_____ ___ -Is 15e 1 380 samual s of !_ of net4 OWl and sl, : I ,
Unknown____ ____ ne34 of ne l4 and w3. of ne 14 ",4 -Is 1 21.i ,, of nl'n!__ and lil---!' -:-! i 4, I 1-, <
CEParnelLe} of nw4 and swi4 of nwa 24 -I" Ie; 1' 3H ;I of of andc''s I -f
Samual : se4 ne4
Drew Lumber Co_ ____ nwiyof nw}. .-------m-h-- r -Is 15e 40 10.1 of and wi of ne3s r" I

Drew Unknown--------------LumberCo_____ s'I_, of of nw'4 e.1----u------h-----' _____________ ___-'_35!('' 4s 4s l5e 15e &80 2 186 Iii 20 and acres--------------1 n4 and:!Jjlj less I ii,6 I.,; Hk 117E iJO e i' Killed in inland

eN Hildretb__________ se34 oC nei' and e!_ of se,1411 5" lie l: 2 19eN ___ : 6s: 16t :{ 14i: ,ji
Mrs T W } ofne-l.ofneJ--- .. ,
_____ _____ ; I
HUdreth was of nW'4 and sw4--," 11 5s lie 1 -I.;) side of l"
3 .Uu known_____________ 20 acres off south hide of ni: Julia M one F acre S W on railroad south in &CJuth- -I
of sw34 and 8,1; of swi4 12 511 15e 10( -I nC of
N-Hildretbhm_ Wl: __ ___ 'mh__ ___ __ __ 13 5s 15e 35l 58 lblen-- west. corner. .Df set; 63 1Ee 1 1 k.iHein I
C N HUdreth-- ef:and e}_ of nwi4 and sw4 23 5i 15e 1002C bes -- -- ------------5 #
--- : ______ tIS 16t W 453
net :
_____ ___ _____ h Was ,
5s the
I 1 N Hildrethn'! of ne'm 25 15e 80 181 16e V16( 3Elvin Dispensary BiB :
f Unknown__ .._____ __- of 4.---------n-----_ '* 511 15e 84 218 -nwt.1--------------------1
-- --- ___ __ _____ 6s 16e 4&& __ '1 >tlti
nw34of nW 4
V C N HUdrethswJ.____:_____ ___u_--_- t -: ----- ,When BroughtBeforef
10 acres, off east liideof_ ;i :
i ,,1 of and f 36 5s 15e 644 :!
; ni= !_--------h 1128 __ 6s hie 1 ', 97
44' Jas B StuarthU____ oJ': of ne! '___________ ____ ___ !Ii 5.i 15e 8l 2 Ii __ __ __ --n 6" llit- the Senate!! 1
L E Dam ter-___.____ oe}.& of nw..___: __.... ..:____ 511 15e 1 29eN Arch i. -- ----t? 312..I
t >; Hildrethh___ ___ __ W} of e!, and ow}. and sw14 Irs of&- w34 northwest and run east cornea 2 .(1-. FXov
-ot ew34 and ci of n4'16 all lie 44t 1 2t1Unknownnun & ;
chains, south 20 cbains. I
nw4 of IIWJ. :- ------ -------- : 5815rHeirsof 1 29 I while we are *
.- T W Fielding nl;of sel4.--- _____ 1 lis 15e 218Cnknownh welt 35 chains; to point I nnt1
___ ____ a La -------------------------2"" 6s 15e 32l .10 of begining __ u. .. :11 6& 16e n 15, JI terested ill the 'aboye 6J1

Unknown__________.___ lots 1, 2,3&laDdnJiof 7-- 61115e 392 62.) acres in southeast corner' '
) D Langdale, agt wife et3; of lot 5.3 on Georgia line 2n 16e 200I 2US of se'4 of sw't------ ----H 6 Uk 10 If1/i ing enough to express oi
S ___, of aDd of N C Bell--------------e. }_ of ne'nd wiw : of se'4 -2-
aw wbleYh'u 00 II! nei s12 fw4 sentiments
and o1nw! and e1 on SU1
sell _
: and } :!
sei4-------------- of j" ltie 2Et 10 32 .
sw'4of owl.u 23 2n 16e 360 1346 sw---------------3 still will
) of se'less 21) oft i we endeavor f
i_' acres I ,
SS Mobleyr---------- nw4'ofnel4andne'4ofnw4 r 2r.ltie SO 342 south side _____________, is 16e 2 ':tj
__ __ __ D ;
Unknown1---------- lot Uh m------ 33 2n 16e 52.Ii 129J ... give lOll an insight into
T _...._________,.. 7_ -,__ __ ,tI 2s ltie 30 loJ.J'f : N (!, !_ off north side of nett' of i
Baird____ __________ lot 6 or e!:! of sw/4-F-- it 2s 16e i1 221 nw1,4------------ : I(, .S Pie 131:! I-H I subject. of far morejipnrtaneo. >
1 W Parnell.-_ ___ ,ta of sw14 and W.I, of se4- I. 2s 16e I' -1.3 ': of SW 4----------- 1-1 714 fie f4C 312LA
Unknown ; of nel.i of se4___..._m_ r0 2s Hie 2t 129 \& sw'4---------1;: 7s 16. 41 113' I One that not oaf i
R F of 7s l6e 12(' 3 71LA
w ; 21
Unknown Unknown !,. and of ne'4------I&I. of nw4 aDd nel4 2s 16eIt 129 ;! of ne4 and ne'4s' of I| interests you alone, bat tai:
.. of swJ-: and w3 of sera LA se4-------------------ot] 2i I I |public at large"aml (ace JMr1.i!
of and se'
aDd of less 3racresolf & !; nw.i li
ne4 se's _____ ____ 7s ,' "
of 22 2s 16e 36. nw14-- h :. 16e 2 13"-1 t: is closely) eonneeted fii(
and ne4 1-1 in swlj block---6- 1200 Sam B. ,I..' __ h __ ____ __ ._ _._ is 16r 'I& a 74J
J R 11,12
in w!. of swis--- ___ :?2 2s 16e 26.1 S Beaty. !. of .!:. iil Ilk 4( 1 81F lour I future health andju|
F C 5 inblk'tiinw!,; ofsw4 .2 2s1tk 116.W J } !. :?3 is 16e 32 110j'
4- R Sand 7 inblk 25 inw!. JT !40f is 16eIt 1 45GeoW : Although_oor ting
i of sw14----------------- 2s 16e 1 59 : !: of :?} 7s 16e U 312 is taken a
i. I, Jas 1 inblk H in W Of&WI. ::! 2. lie Florida }; of sea-------------- I, up driving topless

r4 Jas l ts 13 and 1i ii. bIll: 17 in J I and I' and supply the want ot sro
w!: of 211 16eJas" IIwl4
1 in 22t Ilk 1 3Kj tiel' :;; 7s I 16e 4X 933Nat'i I customers and our (Space
n 10 tt 2s 16e 9iJT B'k. ,!_ of :_6 is lie 2. 81 I
Baird- !. of scr14.--------25 2s HieII JSBeaty of nel" and nel" of limited, still we will d4
129 ___ ___ ____ __ 7s I f1
'' 10
,'TBaird '" of ; 2i 2s 1Cte .au 129 nw! h -7 16e 12( 4 few eudeavovi
W W of se4 2s 16eIt 233.J SC }. of nel4 and se4 Of a moments

T Baird of SW 28 2" 16e 41 197 i ?;nwl- and ws, of ow;__ } -To to give an insight'hJthe
Lewis ofse 4-------'h----__ 32 2s 16e 40 19. 'SC !. of lot 4-__ ----_____ :.Jf: -516e' 332'4 8 33 yon
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__ __ _-_ ______ _
.Julian i. of neiy of nw.i--------- 1 35 16e 20 1 05 2 n / business methods adop|

Mary acre nets in 8W__corner_ um of__nw.l.'of _:_._..- Is 16e 1 loW J Charles H Rufl E_Davis--------a= f of 1--------------------lot 2______ h_ ____ fl29_ 7s16e ii.16e; 69 243 113 !, ed by a first-class groeeit

Caroline of ___ 38 Hie 96Unknown Unknown of lot one and n}. of lot'I,
}.4 ofne.I.ne4--------------__ huuhu_- 4 3s 16e 44 1 186 three-________ ___ __ __ __. 3t3 7s 16e 2 79F store, one of which we dais*
.r H P of ses ... : 1 Is 16e 246 W 570on Georgia linei 2n17e; 3& 7 27 to carrystock
I represent.Ve
--- -- -- ------
Wm ohw!. or ne.m___ _____ U 3s 16e 126 J D 5il on Georgia line___ I 2n 17e 427-31 7 72 :
Sprig acres: in sw corner of 8WJ4 Saunders So. 59.j, 500, 59i, 5.118 ; -. every article: ofspal4-
of swi4-___ ____ 21 3s 16e 4 109 599 and 600, on Georgia f
\ Thomas ; _________ _mnn__ ___ ________ 23 3s 16e 160 52; line_____ ___ ________-_[ 2nlie156 8H able nature that is in demand
____ D N !. of swig 19 ln'17e 1
'f ----------------S'- of 8wJi..n 3s 16e 44 111 -- -- -------- ,
Heirs of acres lying south of F C .t Thomas and es of nwj 4 and 13 aid that we can possiWhandle

: P.railroad in nets of se4 25 3: 16e 17 2 05 acres off north side of I' with satisfactory re-
nwliof sell------------S lst17e 9
R L of 8i of ne341ying north .2j3 OR
of F C & P railroad3s 16e 53 4 l9A Heirs of !.. of swi4 and nwi; of suits to our customers w '
Leiner !. of sW 26 3s 16e 40 1 i8 sel- less thirteen acres
----------- ----- I
John }. of nwli-_______________ !: 38 16e 40 1.8 off north side of sot of j ourselves "We buy onrgn,
Rachael acres 011 west side of net' I. se's--------------------- fi Is lie l4' 6 ID

.... of ,._________'._______ 2'l 3.1 16e 16 156 { of ne ----'- __-____-- -_ Ii lsltie 125 ceries in such a manner tliaf'"
Thomas of nw4________________ 3s 16 1.8 Unknown }; of lot 8_ ------ ------_-- --- I iii 'lie 35 1 2j we'eceh'e
,and 40fnw4-- 21 Is lie 120 shipments ,eTer|
Enoch !" of swl. nw ofile' 3s ltie 80 3.w -- --- ---
Unknown '. of nei4''and swy- of e..jt.! 3s 16e 310'I CF 4 ____m____ ________________ !i J5 lie 32. 5 .O few days as often as two c::
B J' _
I Heirs of !" of ne34 and sel4_____ __ 3s 16e 2t 542 Bryan w3; of se'sBJ ---- ____ ,
Heirs of }, of ne.i--________-00 -___ 2Is 16e 1 29 \ !40fnel.ih- __--___ __ f 31 Is 1 e & 410| three times a week, vikrives |
G A ay of sea---- 00 hm___ 4 -Is lie 1 ..8'S '" Unknown J: of ne14 and sw3s of ne4 refit
; of nw4---.-- -______--__- -is IOe 80 208 and n!_ of se's and swig our customers the lien
I i G A Buie !. of neL ------------------9 43 16e 40 120V of se}. and se't' of sway1 Iii lie 2 371 of the loffe|
\ G D of ne1y------------------ 1 -Is 16e 115 Unknown I .. !.i of nw!_i--------h-. 31 iii lie 120 not only

f : } iofse 1 4s 16e & 315{I !.& of sway--------------I 18 1.e 1 20 prices possible but oXpnft
CF of
.. W G }: of nwi4 of nwi4 and 8W!4 !- nel.i and nwL4 01 -
of nw!_'-----m---------. 11 4s 16e : 38 sw'4 00-00--' _UhU__ Is lie 300 chasing fresh groceries 4
Henry }. of sei4 less 2U acres off t' Unknown m --- of SW!{-h--n___ ___ 33 Is lie 181
W'f _______ ___
t side---------------------- 11 4s 16e 6l 253 seJ. se4--------------- J? 33 the time, which is an itemiI
1 D J ; of sell of nw!" and w!_ \V T Greenmm.n nw4 of sw1, of swL-- 134 Is lie 2 11
_________ itself. n
I of nw'----------------_, 13Is 16e IIX 2.3 Unknown -- -- se! of sei------------------ 3-1 ls lie 1.34 At your request 1
Unknown --------w of ne'4-------------- -a Is He
Unknown }_ of .ih-----m-h---- U 4s 16e 80 209 -- -- 2 13 take order
Heirs, !_ of S!_---m-----m--.. 16Is 16e 1& 585Mrs. C F lcKhaunUh oe!- and ne's of Se -i---h-- i -28 He 2 4 10 your every morBjing

a ; of SI 16 -I" 16e 160 400 Ben BenFSmith----h-----neHandnfofnwl.- __.___ 8s lie 2 390 and _ai
----- ----- groceries |
1 Sandy of ';______ __________ __ 18Is Hie 80 312 Unknown _____-_______ nJ_ of i------m------- 8 2s lie 8G 181 your
HarrISon of sway and wiw of se418 411 16e 1 4 93 Unknown _____hh_ nw4------------------------- 11 -28 I.e 1 312 delivered at your door ia.
Unknown 3s of nest'._______________. 20 -Ii 16e1(1( 290 C F jticKhaunn!; of nei4 aDd sway of ne'a !
:Martha of se13___ _____hh____. .)0)III 16eiiI 181 and wi of se14___ _______ 17 2s He 1ti( 4 37 time to }put on your dinna>
a Mrs} H sey les'2Uacrei e Thomas JetYersonn___. ne'.i ofsel. __hhn._ _______ 2s l.e 41 213 orderiff
1 .3 Unknown ___n___-__ ___ sw of se'4------___ 2s l''e; 4, 12j you get what you
V ;of enW-!--&----}?-f8ji f -III CF McKhaunu neJ4 and nelI of sw'4 and
nw 24 133135 is to be had in,the city, sa
J : I of "e! and 20 acres off w nws of swig and nf of
4 o t" e l; of ses----: 23 4a 16e IKJ 298 se's __ _--_ __. .---_____, 21 3s lie 3: 4.3 it is not only pat up iiea!
William se!s- ,. 24 4t1 16e 11-1O 2 H I Callie J.' )\orthn____ s!: of nwl4 and nwJi of sW-i 2s lie 12 4 73
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Sam Neff--------s- eJ, --------h--------. 29Is 16e 1. 3 85MrsTW ICaUie F N orrh.______ _-swi of se-i and nel-i of fresh and clean, but you o,
No. 3.1 Columbia City- s;14 --- -.-_ ___ _-__ ?I 2s lie Ri 3 12
i I nei'-------------- 5s 16e 1 2-1:1: ICF rcKhauR_____ ____ nelsof IiWI4--__ __ .._ __ __ __ __- 1 2s lie 1 20 1G ounce for every pounj t
So. 77 Columbia City I Julia EvanLu ne.iof neI..__ __ ______ = 2s lie llU It
ne14 __--_ ._____ _____n"_ 5s 16e 1 243 CF lcKhaunu.-- -- -- -_______ ________ 33 you order. Didou :i
H L in blk 15 Columbia city 'c F '1ofcKhaun. --. _. all except el, of nwi lj 34 2s iie iyt 15 98 top to-think of that? delit

Brooks---------w'4- nel.i -- -- --00---------1 5s 16e 121.. 9i ,Ct' McKhaun____ ---- all----------------------,_0.__ [) '2s lie H 25
'1 Jonas of se4------- ---------- 1: 58 ltie 40 2'3. C F McKhaunall except w5 of net------3 3" lie 119 is not a bad idea to beg
I Heirs of of se4 and nl of nei. CF McKhaunaUexcepts! of sw.l-4_ __.- j 311 lie 851 j
__ __ Unknown isof nw1'----------------- 3s lie now and will be E11pr
!-';' .00 00 \ --- m 13 as 16e 267 ---- -------- 1 Jj ; you
Wm H sel.i_ h hUm_ __ 13 5s 16e 8t 243 Unknown_-_____ ----nwJi of nw .i-h------__ ---- 11 3s lie 4(. 125 of TOOsavings
t of neI4____ ____ ___ ------ 15 58 Ltie 41 1 03CN Unknown 0.0-__ _:_ se!.. of ne'i and Wi:! and wi4 :sed ::t the amount
9 5s 16e 1(' 3 1.2C of se.l-& and sei of se,1413 + He 4, 85, in months tiffl"We
---------------------------t- J T Baird------------- _____ __ ___ ___ a
N_ 5s 16e 32 5 94Isreal nw!. h__ ___ 17 3s He 1fC: 2 -19 I
\ net"and q!, of 8WJ of Unknown __ _______ ____ n'.of ne'4 of set;-_ __ --_ 17 3s lie 1'20 : invite YOU to weigh et;
neli .----:0.-2...... 21 5s 16e 100 2 i3 James Backer_____ ____ swl of nets and w}: of se.18 3s lie 12 400

May of ___________ ___ --.21 5s ltie 312 S BThomp. oas&ignee. nets of nw14 less 10 acres I eveiy article purchase
1 Sam of nw 41ess10acres off oll west hide and Sl_ of :

_______---___--- 21 5s 16e 1 i5Sallie nwf.i------ --- -- :-- -_ 3t lie lit 211 us; i is the proposition a
Sumpter_ ____ 10 acres off e ,side of lteJ.i of J B \'arn-------------- ie!. of 4'I 3s l1e 120 one? It is to ;
nw4---------_______ 21 5s 16e 1 9.3Y Wille Wade-----.acres: Outhwest corner now up 3filir

Wm H Lyon------------n!" of '.. _________ '-...::. __ .>; 5816eo &t 21.1eJ of sw'i of se3'g 3s 17e 5 1 28 We are ever ready and
__ --__ }:! of nw'4------------------24 51 Uie &1 312 Rena }; of swig of !; 3" lie 97
Worth Walker__ __ __-sw!! .. ----------- ---:--_. __ 2t 5s 16e 160 380 ,4 acre in ills to I'CI'YC011. to the
?' Henry Baily. ____ m __ net4of nei lesII6 acres o0southside'S I of sect; of I13
5" 16e 3.4 2.3 north and of our ability. Givetrial. i

Worth &: Walker:."____ wt4 _____.. _______._________ 25 5s 16e 1 3 L feet east .
i Calvin Sumpter __ acres 011 westside of bounded vL
of '7 Johnson -_ ?it 3s lie 1" 323
nw4M order,
----- ------ L Yours
for future
nw4----------- .
acres off east side of Heirs acre in nl, 33 lie ''i' 262

of ne!.;- -- --__-- --- 28 58 16e 4t 236 at a r SIIEPPA1P.
William Banks---------a of ney less 10 acres off e of W.R

i side____ ______ ___________ 28 59 16e 3 -12 lot 18 Baya -
Sam Tolen_______ _____ 10 acres off east side of sw34j. east along
j. of ne----- -- 28 :is 16e x40 2 00 of way @ S.-I handle the

Joseph Bynum____-_-._ IIW'" of nw.i less 1 acre.2 fix lie 39 2 43 north_563 "4-X" Creamery Butter and Cheer
Mu T W WatiOn......-iW L4 and w i of set4_. _;._ 28 5s 16e 2 '2 43c. [CUDtinlled Pages IJ ana 10] .
t A word to the .wise is

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!I Cheap Week End Rates |'fftif.l1i.fiiiiitti> t t iLi I ;; ,I - -
From ; :
o Lake City to Pablo, Atlantic jj MORE THAN A MINUTE.PaeUe .

I Beach and ray'port for .Sunday ex-I' f k After He Comes .
Wealth cur",ton <. Effective Saturday Jute : 'aloa F*.t Mall )Make a llee- Only 50 Cents

of hair is !jtlth anti each Saturday thereafter [b he has a hard enough time. Every = ord Grand B.. !Island 5iebraika and Between to make your baby strong and
wealthindeed I |'until -Ajig.iMtn, the Seaboard Air {: thing that the expectant mother *it well. A fifty cent bottle of ;
Line. ; can do to help her child she should A x
j Railroad will tell week end 1t I ,, do. One o f the blessingssha A record run through Nebraska was Scott's Emulsion
greatest :
1 tickets to the made the Union
by Pacific
following fast
especially points, from 'M can give him is health, but to mail,
( Like City, Live Oak,. Monticello, .i", do this she must have health her- which covered the 153 miles between ;. will change a sickly baby to

to a Tallahassee and. liver Junction at :: t self. She should use every means J Ip i Grand Island and Omaha in 10 wiuup a plump, romping child. ,'

woman.. : the rates named below !' improve her physical condition.. A utes. The time was ten minutes under Only one cent a day, think.

- Every 'I' Lake City'to Pablo She should. by all means, supply : | the best previous score. The speed of it. Its as nice as cream. =
and :
return il 70 herself
k with made
Live OJk.. .' itllother's was possibly by perfect weather Send for a free sample,and by it. .
other r Monticello**. 9I 15 and the faujlrssoperationutthehafie: SCOTT & BOWNJJ, Cbenihls, ;,
v 3 :5 = i locomotive. 40>4J5 Pearl Street, New York. x
attraction The ,
_' physical is Tallahassee '" 3SQ train left Grand Is- joe.and}i.oo;all druggist ,
to it. We Hirer Junct. .t 450 t it land behind time and took .1 CC-nili .. .-. -
secondary Friend.] leap at the Gl,1tset.rut..f
:To Atlantic Beach and Acrtli ,
nook will Maypirt
hive a we from the abused fiend the train was covering 70 lutes .

gladly send you that and fifteen cents named points ten t It will take her y of prairie an hour,and this tide IIf that j Lord Brougham commonly spent a
bight'rresp'clirel-I through the crisis it { town reached the tO-mile nark for three or to.urtks in study before
tells Just how to care Monticello. to White Springs and easily and 4! ; some distance. The mail drew into writing a great "p'ech. -

for the hair. ietarn $:_; Tallahassee: soil return 1 n quickly. It isa : ([Omaha on tiufat 5:40 o'el.wk, hating Mr. Aixheiv I). White, the United'

V If your hair Is toot j li a>; Oiyer Junction aud return !$J 2-5. gives liniment which it it ; made as rapid a lonp-diHauct run as I States! aaib.itsador at Berlin, has been J w a ,vi
All tickets strength 1 any train ever accomplished in elected a member of the Berlin Academy
of the -
are iron clad
slang :
> M vigor to the I Wfiit.I of Science.
tore form 1
contrnous passage, with muscles. Com- a
Or10Silig final limit returning Monday followr mon sense will : That UUatrel Jot. The czar of Russia makes it a rnle
how I to spend at least three
itstaster ing date of sale. For you II- A man who went to a minstrel show "' hours every
information day with
any his
that the It in New York children, to whom he U
rates, schedule etc. call on or stronger the l' after Saturday night fell in a fit deeply attached.

>: $et.r I write. A. O. MC'D/ N.\W, AC.I'.AJacksonvile which muscles Lear are the, : /taken hearing in an unconscious our of the condition jokes and to was a Lord Salisbury is a collector of his- I :
II- tone
: { or relics! and his house
C. I:. Haile ...I strain the less it> hospital. 1..10' it about time, asks the. at Hatfield
Agt., Lake is full
; 'Q f - City. |l pain there will be. : !Chicago Keeord-IIerald, to have the !f,i He cf the results of his researchfk.
: ; What a Dreadful i! '1A/ woman living in Fort Wayne : minstreJ show juke made a criminal ofl { which among the cradle in f
Thing it U to I I I Queen Elizabeth
1 f:f 1ml. says: "!J ther's Friend did l fense? was reeled asa
\ I cake UI) in the night suffering from 1' /wonders .it I:i hubI I
'Growth j ji for II
; becomes me. Praise God fur ,it I :
cholera orbus. = Preurk Submarine Eu.... I'!I John Jacob
i and yet cases of this'I \ your liniment, it t Astor beside
vigorous and all dandruff ;,. '' France has 14 submarine !'i'one-half i owning -
i kind boats built of
j are Very comm<,n. The trouble I M j Read this from Hund. CaL .o Waldorf-Astoria, is toer..ct
is removed. t, however, will never become serious [ti; _" Mother's Friend is a blessing to :J ieeted.completing and eight more pro- a 16-story family hotel on Fifth

, ., It always restores if you will keep a bottle of PainKiller i=| all women who undergo* nature's it avenue ami Fifty-fifth street. Its total -
?color ai hand for it i!l'a remedy Ii: ordeal of childbirth.' .. Lawyer Are Sot GeatlMuea. ] cost, with the land, is estimated r

to gray or faded that i.ever fall 'to cure cholera k Get Mother's Friend at the While ex-Jiibtice oksta\er was on at $t. 50.000, and it has already been -

hair. 'Retain your cramps, diarrhoea or dysentery : ,.: the supreme court bt-uch ho had as' leased for :20 years. '.
[ Avoid substitutes tbere h but one drug store. SI per bottle. ,t special officer attendant I I
don't look old or a

| youth before; time. Sue Pain-Killer: and Gila:., Perry' Davis'. Price ; THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., I' oud old German, who )'punctit'I j i A surgical:! operation U \not nece ,, .

your > ; guard at the door leading to the to z
-- -- Atlanta, Ga.' 1 juttiee'r nary cure pSIej. Deli tit s Witch ....'
s II J*...w.. All 4r nit Ut*. Dowie seems to be baring' a got 11 ; Write. for our free Illnst-ated hook,"Before >J private chambers when the justice I Bael Sale s-'ives.all1. [ tint"expense

:>I have wed your Hair Vigor deal of trouble in keeping his Flijab! k Baby is Burn." :. was within. 'One day a prominent and never fails. Beware of counttrI t>
.* fur about :& years and I h\e hill .': ...., ..,.... ... A : lawyer and two of his clients called and I I feits. \. 1;. Wise. _
feud it splendid and usfkctory en straight. and asked if the justice would receive 'I --- -
I believe -- -- -- -
l la wry .a J' 1 lava
MeomoMutod thU Hair Vigor to Geo. C. Ilickock, Curtis?, Wis., I them. i! Ilia now \Jr.! I1r 'an's lu. a to decline -
l I ku&tdi of lilY friends, and they II Certain Kansas husbands said The officer threw
are the door and
: iV tell tto mue iwry. U mny- says: "Foley's Kidney Cure has been I j ji I open j I a third terra.CoLMturs. e=
f 1 I idy ftDll tile bat kind of tUir tested and found to be all claim 'i to be organizing an anti-wife-kissing called out loudly to the justice: :i -

t' Tkor a tbMt ilull jut certainly u trongty recommend a* 1 for it. I have given it to my you father society.: Mr Carrrie Nation and Mr. |j "Shudge! Two sbetitlemans and a OA., Au;. 24th Is72

| U Uat ttey pt a botUu!Ayer' 'and it is the only think that ever Mary Ellen Lease ought to be made lawyer cants to speak init )'0\1." I Dr. C. J. Moffett..=: Dear Doctor:

if0R.JI&ir-.Yha> "H L UMILTOX, helped- him."__G._W.__Price_, j honorary members at the first meeti ; The"Vor,three vhat you gentlemen" j I We gave your Teelhina (Teething l '
ai nisi \
o rlcllN.T. I ling. our little jrranJchilj
[ At last strawberries are getting I 'Don't you count me a gentleman?" ''
with the
awr. tlb. back to the price where you get only j asked the lawyer. I happiest results. Tue efeets -
?B IM W" obtain til Ik* benefit I two The crop reports indicate that Mr. i ij "Ach you're a lawyer only; days f were almost magical and cer
I'jmi WIlle&lie in ucf tram f altoti'UM rnxof fc AM.W Uw Vigor, |'n a mint julep. i j j j"I McKinley is going to continue to different."-X. Y. Mail and Express. r'j tainly more satisfactory than fromanytninj

ilL I. C. AYUt I had give us a "full dinner we have ever used.
a running pail.
Lewc ,...... sore on my breast Yours very truly
for over a year," says Henry R. Richards i JOSEPH S. KEY,

of WilLsey ville, N. Y., anti tried |j! SIIUPDEIIS.YT HIS PAST. i ij 1 THE .HOnE GOLD CURE. j I Pastor St. Paul Church. (Now Bishop

:.1"' "" a great many remedies, but got no j "I recall'now with horror," says j I Southern Methodist Church.) jil-28

'- 1-;-.. r-----' : relief until I used Banner Salve, j Mail Carrier Burnett Mann, of Let I ---- ---

After using one-half box, J was per- vanna, O "my. three years of suffer- An Ingenious Treatment .by whichi Fears are entertained that there' 1
tJ' I BIG FOR THE TURRET.Amtcdat fectly cured. I cannot recommend j ins from Kidney trouble. I i Drunkards are being Cured daily will be another Shakespearian re- '
r [it too highly.-. W. Price. j was in of viral
Spite Themselves.NO
J ]hardly free from I year. .
ever dull
t..Aa..ti.i:? a....... b7 --- aches or \&
-' t.?1l. iaw Bob" Eva**..Abomt j Cut tvt!at the country would most acute pains in my back. To stoop orI j i ?Miss Mamie Smith, Middlesboro,

-!T !-vi'1.w' Gmmmtt. like to know is, does Colonel Hanna j j''lift mail sacks made me groan. I |I' OF NOXIOCS TUB NERVES DOSES-A-XO WEAKENING !I ]Kr., writes: "My little sister had ,
i io--- want a third term. j I felt tired, worn out, 'about ready to i POSITIVE CORE FOR THE I}'thecroup very had. I pave her r-

;: )Gst Admiral Eobley D. ("Fighting tops the Cough and \\ orks off the 1 i give! up, when I began to use Electric:: : ;: LIQUOR HABIT. ,|' !Tar sfH'rall1o..eR of Foley's Honey and
4'x1" ,
) Evans was one ,of the I i Bitters and sht'Va; 'instantly relieved.
8pt"ak."en but I bottles It Is generally
.. Cold. completely i now know nand uudrrsux) : It "
it j saved her life. Gt'.
| k tiara just given in that DruukeanessU a Price.
Boston the'rasher | cured me and made me feel like disfUM-'anJ not weak
an ,.
;; :tight, and in LaxativeBromoQuinine Tablets j I ne"" A body Wiled with IXM.SOII. and nerves
concluding hi 1 j It fs
: '
I new man. They're unrivaled tojj cOUl lett'ly..baltored b9irriudical or con nofvery many people who can -
f ; .;speech told .the following anecdote tc16aitrstes cure a cold in one day No cure, no !11 regulate Stomach, Liver, Kidneys I slant use of intoxicating luiuors. require ,affa d to pay ten millions of dollir
;an antidote
|>.- : point he made, says the pay. Price 25 cents. i{land; Bowels. Perfect satisfactionuaranteed l i: I'
OAago;"Chronicle.W : i' by Geo. W. Price. Only :I J craving fur intoxicants.fferert way nou-1 i 1
k .? were lying at The'inventor of the gas meter i is cents. cure tbemsrlvesat borne without publicity no one will grudge Carnegie his new
Cienfuegos when
I#150 j (or loss or time Ir..1ll business by tUUH-nn-l -
-l dead. But I ( title.
reeeited a draft of 36 men. I had probably should not b t j j i dertul"1101UrGOLUC1'RI"ahihhasbee a !
:.,- but thought that possibly some held accountable for all the jokes'j lXew York jwliceman was bitten j pertccted alter luauyjcarsot rl.Kistudy >
and !
tat them might get killed and then that his invention has provoked.; ;j jNOTICE ,I by a kissing bug the other da}'. This use according treatment to ot direction inebriates.of The this monde taithlul { Cczema. galtrheum, tetter, chafing .
\tt 7 would have is ful discovery i* positively guaranteed tocur..tb. l[tlfY poisoning and all skin tortures
; to give me come one way to exterminate these :! ... ,
obstinate -
\..*., Among that draft 0 there wa t OF PUBLICATION I J; pesky insects. :'l hard a drinker. Our records case no.snow inatsrr tbe UlarI how- j i I are quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch

;-9w jeiy fins, large fellow from le- I)epartmcnt of the Interior. !j i <_____, -- I(!I velous Drundards trauislorniation into of thousands p-I Hazel Salve. The cetain pile cure. :
-WtBefore sober industrious and u A. U.A 1Vise.
., we got a chance to Land OiUce at Gainesville f U.June 1:. Ml 1 "The doctors told me my cough was i| right mt'n. -
.** thcinwp Notice hereby Riven tint I lie- ttlVKScure four HITSHANDS:! C1HLDKKN --- -
got the l..l1"ing '''I
-Attire men on board. j named settler Hn sled notice of his iiHen"tion incurable. One Minute Cough Cure cure your KATIIKKS:: Tills remedy! Pennsylvania man, blind from
| : o'clock in the afternoon we to make I nil Iroot in KU|>p ,rt u l his made me a well man." Norris Silver it in no sense a nostrum but is a Mwcitlc for I birth, had his sight restored and
; this disease immediately -
feWioMd !M' > nv did what claim and that said proot will be made be- and is so bkillully'deeland
the i the we giv- 1. tore Clerk tlrcuu Court at Lake (11y, Kla.. ''North Stratford, K. II.-Because you i j prepared that it is tboroughly .I declared to the nurse who
billet. That same even on July 7.1'Jul, via William 1). We.son (,fLake have not found relief from i i and pleasant to the ta..t..1oO that it can be
*.fcfwf we got a chance to drill I City, "'la.. Hd.S47M fur the N t i ot SE' a stubi tivt-ii in a cup of tea or ,.,ff.e without the i> attended him'that she was the most
and SW,. ot NK>* Sfc. 15 Tli.4 S., It III tIle :. horn cough, don't despair. One Mine 1, knowli'deeol the person taking it. Tpu beautiful
': we got the alarm i sands ot Drunkards have cureltbew.rty; .[ woman he had ever seen. -
: Torpedo- ; names the tollowlng witnesses i \ ute Cough Cure has cured thousandsan.1 j ; _
,- wodng out!' hUconllnuos/ resilience upon{ and cultivatiou it will cure 'ou-saCe and sure. I: with this priceless remedy and as many Which was one pf the most sincere ,
of said laud, via: Ci. A. Sniltbsi.n. J. W. mure have been cured and made tfniMralc|
. ; -wbta r passed to get on the Tom ,kiu-, Sr., .'. J. '.HutcbiugMm and Kg- A. P.. Wise.- 1 men by baying tbe "ITUK" administered by;, 1 and truthful compliments ever paid
Bay M Len NIUlIi. W. U. Koblnson. -- luvtaefriends and relatives without their
a tug at my sleeve. It I Kegister ; any woman. _
knowledge in coffee
J\e or lea. and W
t!! big fellow from Detroit. Thenarry.wbat News reports of the completion ofa day that they discontinued drinking tbt-ir I r

t 3-;e,. I Srle"light was near u. I big plow combine are calculated to.; own lulled Iree by wilt apparent Do HOT and WAIT.mileadlDl.IUI H'I nut bed..-- > Tbe.bilious, tired, nervous man can-

:<-or'mIo lilT man' I' .a ASTORIA harrow up \merkausoul.. provrnie.nt" Drive out the disease at once .: not successfully compete 'with his ,
.i ;
'; s isa I and lor all time. The "HOME "
GOLD( Tj f: .,
is it I healthy rival.! )). Witt'}
rtlreu. -- Is sold at the extremely low price ut nne.Iollar. ., : Little Ear:
Sk- &a- .. laid he, 'I came down hereto For Infants and Children. j j SUCCESS -WOHTH KNOWING.I thus lila.iuir: within reach ..f ever v- l.v Risers the famous: pills for con,;ti-
ight I bodv a treatment
know sad I want flght, but I I The Kind You Have Always Bough 40.-years success in the South proves ers costing from 6'S wore,to tdOl(ttectual Full directions than otn- pation will remove the cause of your a

r where to go.' i Ilughes' Tonic a great remedy lor accompany each package.! Special adyire .,, troubles. A. P. Wise,
isszer e. are you .stationed 1 Bears tha8iguattue I: chills and all malarial fevers. Betj j} out bv skilled extra i phvsiciauswben barge. !'Ontl'repaiJ miuested to any part'I Itb. I i.I -

1ui ter than calomel and quinine. Contains I- ot the world ou receipt ot One IMlar. Address j!; The summer hotel proprietor seenn -.

;< paned big billet'out of hi; t of no arsenic.. Guaranteed, try it.; 1'Atiti.2ipiandSalarkrttitl'hiladrh Dept: K6. EDVV1.V RUM.KSiVM- to be getting on better terms with -

.:Pt.I 1i, after trading it, said: At'druggists. 50i! $I bottles. aprl3'01 All correspondence strictly couiidential.{ a' |1 the weather man.

:''I a. stationed in the port of that .
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h :turret ;

.3'hald; 'lUre It is, right here..
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{ he replied 'how
in the
"' Yon get into it? ff

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>.uv-" to said be Aiss Slangay, "you'll : A' Yj

-p Ioat thinking of digging up 50 ENTS
f sugar for me." .

tupirr exclaimed pa. "What
09 you mean by-" i iGo
money, pa.-Philadel-

.- t ;er-sektad
}- Gad=She's I" Tlar.. WOMENAN
:' awfully bad form! FOR

,f Doreat-D.'eadtul her She once cenTS
,baby with her when she
-,... meeting.:Town I

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I i a*'m variety of grey-'

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r I' 6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established' 1 t-

'( ,'WHAT--A-GOOD-- --MAN- SAYS.--I!r r PILLARS OF Pit
le.Citizen-Reporter. I 1 -
: The city council met Mond.iy, June | Out contemporary says in a recent ]j There seems no doubt of the fact :} The u..e1l"M1Jesa of Europe'J
I' has been greatly I Ii I ing American
10th, in special session,and issued: an I i issue: 'that Mr. Flagler prosperity ,
H. L. DODD, EDITOR ISO PROPRIETOR. I{I i abused by the manner in which his ;i a lnJn!! bow hy some .
G A. H. DODD, luuunt Editor. I order to the marshal to arrest any I "Long ago we urggd upon our merchants coooeKj, tic
i- -- -- person who should attempt to move :> and business men the necessity for a Board I j['name has been coupled with the divorce i political league of all Europe
Y .Official Newspaper of Columbia County and j the of Trade. A few enterprising citizens appointed law recently passed by the, I I he cnecked. u apparent r .
i. the Town ot Lake City lorida _wwwlen building on south-east bj a re+ _
of organization. -
a meeLug for the purpose Florida legislature. I[I ence to.t e pillars 1
...| corner of Marion and DeSoto streets: businevs man In the city I, j -bkk
Published every Friday at LakeCitv. Fla.Office every Mr. Jo ephus Anderson, D. D., editor prosperity| is ?
J supported
-South ot Courthouse Square. belonging to Messrs. R. W. and Nat was duly notilied. nearly e\try one promised yithft
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Christian Advocate York Worl.1.
'I'Adams. It was the intention of to be in attendance but\\hen the hour i of the Florida I(I

t: Advertising Bate Furnished upon Application._ Me'ssrs. Adams to move the buildingup I I j arrived only five made their appearance." the Xestor of the religious The l'uilt'tlStltt>> ha ; IIfrft

Entered In Cake City pu&tofflce a*, gerund alongside the wall of the brick j Xews to us. ,,' |press i and the oldest preacher on active !'. of tbe world's area and i pw X11

class matter. structure bordering their property : And, in fact, we can see no earthly duty in Florida, bays: "There i its imputation and iu POpabt1ia b

Subscription $.00 Per Year. on the north and to repair and put a'I reason' why a meeting: should have ;, is, I fear, an uncalled for personal j.I increasing faster than 1IIJ-1Iiitt

veneered front to it. At least we : 'been called for OrganT- !i element in the di: us'iol1. It maybe :, countrj's .'

i FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1901. presume it was. i izing a Board of j true that a Certain man's case i Its total wealth for exceed*few

J At the regular meeting of the i It will be no news to the majority i 1[i suggested the movement and thatI any other nati.IDs.u least ff f.,

h council on'Monday, lath, their action i of our readers when we say that we I i. his relief was partly in view, but I I billions great r than Great Brita

The whole democratic ticket was of the 10th was reversed and the i,: 1 have at present a thoroughly organized do not believe that his money pit I -anJ it i is distributed t !
I elected in the recent municipal Messrs. Adams were given permisj!j i Board of Trade, whicU is acreda i i any man to vote tor it, or that hej\ more evenly than any other saij '

election at Jacksonville. lIon. D. U. :ion to move the building.Now i ;
( t Fletcher is the new mayor. the Messrs. Adams say they i,' This Board has been in existence I I I That he has done a great deal for our:I and schools of all grade mu, lie

., don't want to do it "nohow," and at about Eleven Years. It was organized :state and deserves special cou:.idera- |: number of pupils attending tha

It U reported that oil has been discovered a special meeting *f the council April 2nd, IS90. I don ought not to becalled in question equal to those of any other tau ..

t near Tampa and Ocala and Wednesday they asked permission to j Following are the names of the officers by any Floridian. lIe deservesto tions cbdbined.i << ',

several other places in the state. move the building far enough into and directors: Jas. E. Young, I be honored and I would join in I The United States has U per x'

Should these reports prove true it DeSoto street to give them room to president; T. S. Cbalker Vice President placing a chaplet on his brow. _\ndl j of the world's total railroad t tI a2o

will be a valuahle addition to Flori erect a brick to take the place of the ; M. M. Scarborough, Secretary Senator Adams and Governor Jennings -I: and 13,000 more miles than taVtncfe

yi t da's prosperity. old shacks they recently had torn I and Treasurer; Directors J. D. Calm are Christian, gentlemen of age of all European couatrio pat',

s The death of her able and noble down. When this is completed the |,away, R. ,Yo Adams, A. B. Brown, high character, who may have made get her. .

tF governor, ,iWihiam J. Samford, on old frame building will be demolishedand H. A. Wilson B. H. Palmer F. P. a mistake but ought not to be denounced '' It produces more fold thu In

June 11, Uia; serious loss to Alabama: one of brick erected in its stead, Cone, J. II. Porter. I as traitors to good morals" other part of the world save .

He useful citizen which wills be tised for the new bank. i We say this much to correct any -. - 1 more silver than any other
le was a pure man, a 1 COUVJ
it three t'excitin' false impression that out. You Know What You are Taking
an able lawyer, a clearsighted statesman Although took may go j! save Mexico, and coins ;atitttit
and an admirabie executive. meetins" to do it, the "bone of con We want the public to know that i When you tare Gro.e's Tasteless about one-fifth of all the sue
I --
; tention" is effectually removed. Lake City isn't so very, very far be- ,' Chill Tonic because: tbe formula is metahic money. '"

OQ Monday, the 3rd in=t., lion Abused capital has been given a I, hind the times. !, ]plainly printed on every bottle show-j j i It manufactures, every yearapo 1"-$

Ceo P. ttaney had filed, posted and show-the privilege to act contrary ( .--- ;. !ing that it is simply iron an "quinine'er total product than EaglaM
ordered published at Miami the legal to one of our city laws-but this privilege BILLS VETOED. '. in a tasteless form. Xo cure no pay. !f France and Germany combined. '&

notice of Mr. Flatter's iutention to has been refused, and "a selfish i( j jI '50 cents. |1 It produces SO per cent of a3 ti:;'

apply for divorce from his wife, Ida non-progressive set who will binder -.j I Among the great number of bills''' Quietly /Tarried. worlds cotton, cotton seed aadcmv,
A: Flakier under the provisions of and 'tard the investment of J passed by the legislature of 19ul+ t tj 140 per cent of all its teel and ttUaf i
j On Wednesday the 1 .th, )Ir. W.IH.
the law recently passed by the l capital in out ," havebeen j Governor Jennings has sent in vetoes I j 'mineral
Ifgisbture products 2
i of
i Wilson of this city and Miss Atha I per test $
making incurable io&ajnity! left t wader why.And !, to three constitutional grounds !
I !i, Rill llankins of Mendon, O., were : its coal, :;i) per cent of all ita lOIIaa!:
grounds for divorce.A now that this momentou3 que,-.t,as follows: i i, quietly married in Valdosta, at the ; all its grain and :23 per cent of it-I
tion, whkh has been agitating the i "An act regulating the sale of food : its
cotton mill at Columbus has received ,, residence of J. I. Glower. The marI wheats/.
public mind for the past twelve days,, products." i it i. j These are the pillars of our teak,
a shipment of Egyptian cot j I I glass was a very quiet one and was '
has been My veto the J of |.ros|>f rity. Europe could DOte
finally settled the city may t to above act is as fol- >1 1i
ton which is to be used with sea is- !i: a surprise to their many friend.. !: "hake them. ,;..
resume its former tranquility. i i : In accordance with section
I 'lands in making line fabrics. If sea i The groom is one of our prominent i i
i A few words more of explanationwout.l ;, 28, article 3 of the Constitution, I |, ;young business men and at present I '- '
'ti island cotton were a northern, instead not be out of place. We've :j transmit this act to -regulate the' ]holds the office of city tax :ls. FOR RENT-A ail room 1waV
t I of a southern product, this Their friends cssor'l to blocks from Marion street
will -V
many join
in this manufacture of .
town what call fire food
got you a > products to be I j
-r I to J. D.
Egyptian cotton would have to makea CITIZEN-REWJKTEK in wishing them ply Callaway.
limit. Probably you didn't know it, filed in the olh'ce of the Secretary of I and I
: |: ;along life.
contribution to the custom houses prosperous
but it's the gospel truth, necerth -1 i State without approval, for the reason -- -. -=- tiny medicine you see advetth
before entering this country.-Ex. less. This ordinance, designating a ;' that I am of the opinion that !1 Important. I if auy good, Young's Drugstore.lose_
dies it.
Jacksonville was unfortunate fire limit, which extends over the section 8 of said act destroys the provisions ;. } am selling to the people of Lake i I -
business portion of Marion and Rail thereof that said law could I 1 ji
enough to have another quite serious ; ( Sty milk equal to any in the South -- -

j fire, Monday morning. The fire road streets, prohibits the repairingor not be made effective or enforced, I and I want to furnish you. I give u

t broke out at 1:3) in the morning in rebuilding of wooden buildingsand therefore, I deem it my duty to withhold i my whole attention to my business FRESH OCALA LIME

,F the Modelo building at the northwest the construction of any save my approval. :rand; cattle and I guarantee rnv milk

corner of Bay and Clay streets, and those of brick or stone. Therefore' | "An act to amend section 671 of the I ji the equal of any and it will keep from IS AST QCASTITV FOB SALE Bt

the third floor occupied by the Jacksonville the Messrs. Adams could not move a i Revised Statutes of the State of.i 4 to 6 can
kuittinglnills, wa destroyed building of wood without violatingthis ; Florida, relating to the power of.j,! met Try night and pintsnfory$1.Oi) delivered ,1 IS. B. THOMPSON.
ordinance. A special City and Town Councils to morning.
The damage is estimated at 130.000.. dispepsa- [. regulate: J. R. COMBS. _
tion was necessary which was secured registrations, and to fill vacancies" j
Columbia County will receive from i! Veto tp above act is as follows: In t:

the convicts hire, after of her the twenty-nine first of January state, Now will be we better will say for in all conclusion concerned i thatit a ;:Constitution accordance ,with I transmit section this 28 of act thend to i I i I 0 90 Otb' bOtlo0iy0 }9 1 JO OI'10} 10 1 ;,,jJoG l4lYi0Gil fi .i9 160 i 0 n' 1

190-J, i&jO. The idea prevail in for the whole city to strictly adhereto amend section 671, Revised Statutes, v

home sections that the money" derived the ordinance regulating the construction : without approval, for the reason that i 4 Watchmaker i

from this source goes' to the of buildings within the fire j it assumes to place the power to regu- At
credit of the state but such is not limit. This law was enacted for t ; a Jeweler I Graduate Optician-Scieotii i'i'
registration and !
protection of all parties and should: plate election in ; ... fitting of Spectacles. Musical .
the case. An effort! made at the Gouda SpecUll
was towns in the of the : Engraving a n
be impartial in its operation. power council ofj I
..l recent session of the legislature to __ j such city or town. In my judgment I Ii ,rr. and Optician. ,
amend the law to this effect but the '
FR.EEnAIL DELIVERY. .!i such power should be vested in, and I ;
senators from the black belt conn- remain in control of. the sovereign I

ties, upon which counties the principal The C1TizE t-1tE1'06TER has on several people, and. therefore, I deem it my I.I. \ That you is and our give business-and you the best we service.are doing. oar best to please t11
burden of of criminal occasions agitated the matter of I ':'N"
expense duty to withhold my approval of the I \UJ Everything 1h do we warrant cannot be done better
prosecutions falls, persuaded the introducer securing free mail delivery for, this j I bill. -- ,' 'f./SJ any here. m
of the bill not t o it city but our citizens have ] Everything/: we sell we guarantee and protect yon IaJGlU'
press seemingly "An act to create purchase in _
a prison commission : (lSi every way-in Prices and in Quality.ROBT.
and the law remains unchangedThe given it very little consideration.We for the State of Florida, to i| fifJ
amount each county receives are entitled to free mail delivery -I define their duties !
powers and compensation T. RADFORD.
will go to the credit of the fine and and there should be some concert to iIi1 ..- .
: ; provide for the pur- !
t forfeiture fund.CONCEALED. of action in the effort to secure j I j chase of certain lands and for the !i' m @
it. I erection thereon of a penitentiary indo {
WEAPONS. Our postmaster, we believe, will >j which to keep and maintain certain Jj|
y convicts; to provide for the !
all he can to secure for us this great utilization -

i lF, i The" "McCrearv concealed weapon public convenience, if our people will I, place of the convict=State Reform labor School thereon under: to i !!! !! !! !! !! !!! !! !!!!! !!! !

bill, as the new law is termed by only join hands with him and lend the the charge and control of said commission i' N

some of the papers is already having necessary support. i ; to provide for the hiring of I41 Hi,

t at' good effect in this county, though Ocala, with a population of 6 3lessthan certain convicts, to provide for an Ready For Easter f a I!

it does not go into effect until about that of Lake City, has just secured | appropriation to carry out the uur- i iI 11 w :
poses of this act, and for other uur-1 s;
August 1st. free mail and I HHMM
lip delivery we clip }.loses." N/ *i
The law provides: a penalty of not the following item from the Ocala 'I I ''My veto to the above act is as fol. .W bctorily Your Faster, The wants largest of every and most kind beautiful can be fill bere prom\ltlyaDd of Millinery satistMUeettM we- = .

less than one hundred dollars fine or Star of the 14th, which tells all aboutit j lows:' In accordance with section 2S, UKMM haveer presented awaits you. i: ;
less j article 3, of the Constitution, I trans- -
not than three months' imprisonment :
e or not exceeding five hundred "Ocala is to have a free city mail i j mission mit this, act etc.,"to" to create be filed a prison in the com-of- w SPRING AND SUMMER HATS B<

dollars fine or six months' imprisonment delivery. The matter has been agitated itice I of the Secretary of State without HH: : Together with a complete line of all kind ot flrst.da..silliACr1_ s

or both such fine and by Postmaster Groves ever approval, for the following reds- ; MMMM allliUU your pleasure. Out-ot-town orders receive prompt attentwaI :
imprisonment at the discretion of since he went into office. He was assured Ions: I-

the court, for carrying concealed long ago that the matter was j,, violation.First in my of opinion section the 2(5( ,said article act iill, f i' = :MRS. L. T. FUNK.. K4M

I weapons. Sheriffs and their deputies receiving favorable attention and if which provides that the-Commission-' 14

marshals and policemen, or any he could keep up the business of the er of Agriculture shall have supervision itfilifHlliHHHiiiliiiiUHiIill
duly elected or appointed peace ofncer office to the figures of that time he of the state prison; and is also !
1 in violation of section 17, article 4 of!
would the free ,
a get delivery.
are exempted provisions the Constitution, which provides that' --- --- ,
of the law, and such offic business of the office- has steadily the Board of Commissioners
any er .
of State .
:! ;
; o.;! ;;! ;;t'
is empowered to make, arrests without grown and the fiscal year, which ends Institutions shall have supervision of 'f1J" ':;Z'c;;. ;:! -.: :.g;.
: I warrant for its violation. with this month, will be the best for all matters connected with such in- ti1r "" .

News comes from various sections many years. The presidential election sJitutions. Therefore,notwithstand
ing this act would not go into effect THE 1
that the negroes are disposing of coming on last year sidetracked during this administration, being of''! FLIGHT OF TIME ;

their pistols at auction, and it is to the matter, but it has been under advisement the opinion that this act is unconstitutional '
for the few I deem it my duty to'.withhold -'
be hoped that white men will follow past months, Leaven ***l
my approval. I tJii a procession of struggling hu-
their and correspondence has been lively .
example.The .
I .
i,. manity'behind. But it
law relating to carrying repeating between tbe'postmaster and the department I doesn't leave
I i !# us behind. We have too much |
it rifles was: amended to include at Washington, and Mr. Application for Permit. j allow at staketo

si pistols, and persons who desire permils Groves has "made several trips to ;I NOTICE OF LlQI:APPLICATION.>B3,WINE'JAfD1IUI&YOB PEBMIT: Public TO ': tJj the times We're right up with _
Washington in I notice ix uerebv given that Pfcihp M Moore every respect. That'swhy
to carry"pistols openly will haveto Yesterday Postal person.Inspector Bon- I has filed with"the Board ot'county comfmksMoners f i./j we're pretty !Inearly the whole I
the have i ot Columbia county, Florida. his J!!
pursue same course they show in
ner arrived and with Mr. Groves application for the right and a permit to sell 'tIiJ our line of business.
heretofore enable
pursued to them ,
f liquor wines and beer In Election District !
I to calrY repeating rifles. This will 1 drove over the city, to get the planof No. 4, of said county and State; that such I 1
enable auy responsible person to obtain the streets, and today has been. application Board of will be acted on by the said !c Dry Goods and.
county commi.Sf.innt
such permit, while it will rid engaged in ,selecting the locations' regular meeting wnicn will be at held their on next the I Clothing-
the country of the worthless negroes: for the letter boxes so that when I first '' forrnooo off ,A.D.. iwi. at 111 clock
\\tio have substituted the belt and the urdi-r is issued from Washington i In the said day. and tne said
pistol for the dangerous Winchester.If to put on the service no delay need Election Board hereby district{calls who upon may any desire citizen to do ot so such to: M. L. Plympton & Co.
the above laws are not enforced occur. This will be a great help and show cause it any there be. at the said next
l and the "pistol toter"' effectuallysquelched convenience to the city and will give regular shall meeting ot said Board it'by such' .:. ." ,
permit not be
granted to the
t it will be the fault of the employment at good salary to appli-
,; several cant. By order of tae Hoard of county com-1 Opposite Court House. '
rhcers and.nDt of the law.Gainei"ilIe letter carriers and probably anther misMoucrs ot Columbia couutr. Florida. f
Sun. 0 clerk at the postotltce." Tlu the Jrd day ot Juue.A. D;190L ....,. /
SULJ 11, M. SCARBOROUGH Clerk, ,.. ;g ;l='Ojj' '. : ; ;
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'f j Hair cutting I5c Sharing Ilk, J ---- -

: "Shampooing 15c; Toadies Shampooing t
1 Most ; :l1c. At J.
Stock Barber
of. A Good "Liver" A Busy Liver
shop, next to ittack+non't Gallery. .

j ,Spring and :Summer Hillinery ( .Messrs. Hensley and House have Sometimes is secreting a liver bil that:. is A attending lazy liver to doesn't its work-do'E

f commenced the erection! of a manse this then comes that oppressed, tired,

f Of any house in .the for the Presbyterian church. The has a blue" feeling. Have you a headache,

City, now A house is being erected on the northwest backache? Are. you constipated, dizzy
._ J on Display at Bad Liver.and bilious? Then jour liver needs
if corner of the church lot and waking up, try f

: :. ..HISS I H. RILEY rooms.will,be two story and contain eight DR. THACHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP .

the old reliable
.,/,.." Leading Milliner. i Dr. T. II. Taliaferro, who was re- tonic to brace remedy.up the system It never and fails.keep You it in can't perfect get condition.a better

: cently elected to the presidency of Many have proved this Have }ou?
the Florida Agricultural College, I had uvercomplaint and kidney trouble for ten years. lined doctors
c. arrived but received no benefit and I
,i in the city Saturday and medicine from which I received great benefit.two packages You of your Liver ?
spenta can
to use my name _
--- .-- .. short while here. We hear he is recommending your Dlcd1 nr. YOUR truly. ,
;e> -- much pleased with the J.W.sitA Rp. louisvUJe,Ala.
college, the Tour Druziirt ku Dr Thm-bert s
.. 1.I.erAAd
J city and surroundings. and them.Or If Thm-tarri Jut Lice r MnUrlne (Drji. or Bluu4 na ..Swvp uTi set,
wuot send fi _
u ;
cent tor
a ps.kae
V:11 It grieves us to announce: the death M erntu for s hotti.-list try i..r >>'.uW In4.or

f,', I 1 of the little six months old baby of symptoms Write our and Consultation receive free confidential Department advICe.explaining your }

Parasols Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thompson, on THACHER MEDICINE -
Parasols j Friday night. The interment was at

ii the city cemetery at 10 o'clock Saturday : ,
I morning. We extend our sympathies -
to the bereaved.

'f'j. The members: of Olive Camp No. Council Council Chamber Proceedings.lake Aid. Bakers moved that a committee a
'I City. Fla., appomted on expenses and'ap-
IS are requested to June 17, l->l.Council ?*
..;. IN ALL SHADES AND meet at their propriations. The president appointed '
';r, COLORS.Childrens25c Hall on Sunday, 23rd of June, at 3:30p. I I met. President Parker Aid. Rogers, Gillen and
m., to take part in decorating the : 'presiding. Present, .Aid. Gillen, Plym ptun.

f grave of Sov. W. T. Strange, at 4 I Rogers, Plympton, Watts, Inman. Aid. Gillen presented an ordinance _
to I o'clock at the cemetery. By order;i The minutes of last meeting were on market: amending: ordinance No.
I $ ILadies 'o. Consel Commander C. U. ROGERS. read: and adopted. *tl and moved it t adoption. The or-

The many friends of Miss Lula J. : The water and light committee re- dinance was read three time*. The v.
j jduced i light bill to 411713 for May: vote was aye President Parker Gil !
oc to $ .oo. A.Hell C.of Indian River, one of the F. i 'which was ordered paid. len, Ininaii, Plympton: nay Aid. 7''
normalites, who The
was among the i committee on jail, thloug'Aid. Rogers and 4; nay :!.
recent examinees whose papers were; I I Rogers, reported that county The President declared the ordinance
sent to another
county for grading j'commissioners
now will
rent the pitied and
( it
jail was certified
tj i will be glad to learn that she made': i :at *73 per year from June Ut. On the mayor. to

'Ian i excellent mark and received a L motion of Aid. Gillen the repoi t was The l petition of R. W. Adams and T
grade certificate.: received and the
I matter Adams to
; accepted. remove the wooden
11 'b" JflS. E YOUNG I| Following is the list of officers of As to horse troughs the county buildin at SE corner of Block 9
y the K. of P. who have been elected I offer to pay one half about 25 feet norm, was read. Ald. .-
u"e. cost and the
: C Water & Light Co. Rogers moved
will ; that
Q1t for the ensuing term the ucrmit he
: Chancellor ;
'. Hapduiore r tie Commander, Geo. O. Adicks: Vice :furnish; gallons.water at 15 cents per thousand granted, Seconded by AH. Watt .
{ ,I I The ayes and nays were called. The
Chancellor: C. H. Prelate _
I ; On
.i. I F. H. Young; Master of Work, M. L. ; report motion was- of Aid. Plympton the cote was aye, AId Inmaa, Rogers,
accepted. Plympton
I and Watts.
Grittm Ia"terofrms aye 4. Nay,
; C. K. WelIler -,
The athdant of C. V. President
; Inner Guard, H. L. Dodd Outer Waugh as to Parker, Aid. Gillea, nay i
( Guard, H. Helvenslon. ; '; personal tax re u.tiooVu til tJ. On I I The president declared; the petition .'
I i i motion of Ald. Rogers
that the re-I granted. _
i Local News Notes. Place jour order for fruit jars with Ordinance. US has been passed i j j'I I I 'duction be ::granted the ayes and nay I I The mayor: approved the ordinance
1 -- I J. D. by the council ; were called. The vote was 4. NO.IH.
JSSfL Streety, I signed by the mayor rinav2.i iI The aye 'I _
redtction The
( and is now law. Uy its provisions it was granted following accounts were oraJen.d -
J. .Mison fruit jars at Young's Drug- To produce thorough alterative is unlawful to sell meat or fish out Aid Rotors reported on hjacinth-, I paid L. W. Johnson, for y
>>- I effect, the side showing balance of fund ''l2 hand. brick, *l.a5 W. U. '
*,i 1tOrt.'to blood kidney and liver of the city market, with the ex-!:' On on ; Kempton, feed of -
'. must thoroughly treated. "7" ception the farmers, who will be-* motion of Aid. Rogers that the prisoners, a3.'ar' W. \'. Cagey: hauling ,
"r Chamber Pickles: in. bulk-W. town issue $100 scrip and borrow prisoners 73 cents
P. Mixture acts ou all. Young's Drug- permitted to sell fresh meat or fish i i the at
? SHEPPAnD'3 b the J lace.f. store. -- after ten o'clock. This will put sev-j rate as heretofore the m"tionwa On motion council aijourncd. ; y
I L eral meat men out of businestern <>st. Attest: W. M. Ins, Clerk.
\ '-Peaches and green corn have made rtWrappearance Try the new remedy for costive! ; iorarily, at least. : On motion of Aid. Rogers'' that the

i : on our streets. i ness, Chamberlain's Stomach and I | town borrow :*loo from U. U Palmerj Danger, disease and death follow
Liver The Great Remedy of the day i: at ltd per cent per annum, the motion neglect of the
Lowe} .
Fruit box DeWitt's
jars and Every "
jelly glasses: at J. D. r' guaran- was carried.
unquestionably Pain-Killer
teed. Price, 25 cents. For sale the Little Early Risers to regulate them
j Stieetj'i by Aid. Jillen
cheaper than elsewhere. instant relief introduced an ordinance and
Geo. W. Price all burns, scalds, ;[on taxation which you will add years to your life
.f Some valuable building lots for I Mr. J. D. Callaway returned home I bruises, etc., and for pains in the next meeting. was laid over to and life to your yearEasy to take

.ok cheap. Apply to 1'. II. Lovier. Thursday morning from Atlantic i stomach and bowels as well as In sod.1: never gripe \. R. Wise.

;: 'PWlSXLE-Cheap, a good second I Leach where he went to meet with :, den attacks of cholera morbus. No ,' .-

/:..: 'hand piano. Apply to B. H. Palmers j the board of trustees of the Florida family without should it always pretend hy keep Avoid house ," " " .

"7" Mixture-thegreates: blood j Agricultural College substitutes, there is but one Pain-1| ...... --"
:J JIrler of the 20th century. Young'Drugstore. ; !' ilr. Earl Volta arrived in the city !I Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 23and 5tVI i! The /'- -'i, !" fI -
t ff .
Saturday from Jacksonville and Hill !I! A Double Killing. .. { \\\1)I) .. ",=. \ }
iv-Piints,oils,.glass, putty and var- .I, spend several weeks with his parents "Outing Girl"Will \\ ,.I ... ': \
A double killing occurred late J ( ;
ibhe Sat-
|-f In any quantity at Young'siiM ,1 before returning to his employment: .r' \' ( -/h
:t store urday afternoon three and a half \" ";-'r.-'Z
with the Cable Piano Co. ''miles east Wellborn.. Two desper- r' -I.f- fI

'-_Fori"palate tickler": try AnderWUawatSIIEPPARD'Sttiey're- ,| Quite a number of our citizens left i 1 ate negroes, Mose Maxell and Tom the lUu appreciate tor iprmc the goal and points Summer of .. );'b 'Y :... :
Tbomas, were shot and killed abuwa ,
| by un- m our display Some + :
are d
15 tit"trick." I.' Wednesday to spend few days in 1 j i known parties Bear the plantation oft t ylainenoughturtheyrimmetit. Others 1' r 'JJI"-r,-.
r .:. Atlanta. Among them were Messrs (; Mr. W. O'cain.. The report, which J are very smart anti si)lull. p II d.\ rs I .

.:f Sr M, M. Scarborough, Jr., *pent."errf : Q. 0. Staten, J. llcintzleman, OIlie reaches this city, is as follows: : -- "'f NT*

A day in Tallahassee this I I f I Kinnison and \V. F. Dodd.Miss ,1 MOle Maxell, who i is a tenant on : 7', /
\ Ittk 01 business. the plantation ofl'. 1:. O'Cain, MRS. T. N. MILTON 1 1'j j wr --Y
; Erma Genovar, the accomplished J I called on him Saturday morning / ; Si1 i'I: ) i
: !
?- .HB Maude Dohmer, an attractive : daughter of Senator Frank: get an order for some goods at the I Monroe Block. Marion St. ( I :'
-I air lady of Worth, Ga., is viaiting- U. Genovar returned to Tallahasseelast [ ,, store, which was refused him. tie i I FJ \. n' /mail\\

t tie Misses Irvine. week after a pleasant visit to tbr became ats.enraged Mr. O'Cain and began making j I ,\ I

y:''fc.Ahn Mrs. Katie Harrison Calhoun. rake handle picked up :a ." / -
and "
Luther, of Old town. whit | started to strike ,. "

UJMce. resident of this city is In The city council ordered the city dose him but the and negro ran to'bis buuse : '
by secured a !shotgun lie :
;,the'. city tailing friends..IBaEdithRadford tax book closed on the iOth of this came back to the gate and commenced "Ow<)wOwU& +<)w()+Uw()wlwO U <)wUwU U () Uw<)wOw()wew/wlw(1" ,\/tAl

:i::. left for Quit- month. All parties who have not; making threats, showing his t >>> .\

I J-' s.Ga-*Monday tospen.! the paid their taxes should attend to it ]j i gun and saying he would ue it. Mr. '

I her sum- at once. W. J. EDWARDS, City Tax; .;O'Cain secured his Winchester and
: au"lth grandmother. Collector. ,I 1 fired at him several times without i iI i What do You Eat /C
llilctem. Hampton visiting in1 i icity ( effect. The negro then left and Mr. & .
a ; All of our merchants have entered I O'Cain, thinking that
) was Did You
t of Ever to
fue the family of her ; Stop Think of That? !
koUer ,' into an agreement to close their over, left for Live Oak to attend to | fx .
= ( apt. A, Y. Ham : business. !
: pton. places of business at 6 o'clock. This some During his absence, .ter z.
; :iV,.- ; Maxell enlisted the you know that the markets are flooded with adnlterI
: F, Yocum, Prof. Stock-ot only gives the clerksbut, the ,E sympathy of f sled i-inids of all kinds and that you are liable to eat -
.k'.JceiidY., p.. Jernigan returned proprietors-as well, more res t during another negro Tom Thomas, and, JT;2 what tiring you would not like it you are not caretul about 15B
| arming them"rlces, they went back )1 you buy
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the II
Thursday from summer y To be sure of getting all She Purest
Jacksonville. i to the O'Cain residence and inquired : Ay and B Est Groceries. X
: Air. Jas. Brown of I I' for Mr. O'Caiu we: buy only brands that are guaranteed to be pure. We -
'IIisjBtaai DeSha will leave i I'utswouth'a making threats the r -2 buy them from reputable bouses and wetui assure
""ftit&J.. fOf Tallahassee in a oer y)j ears of a,suffered for years j while on the whole family. Finding : A'....: and customers\1ihol'MIme.that every article bought ot us!shall le pare our 15H:
where she that Mr. O'Cain
was not at home :
ke.guest '\'ith a bad sore on his face. Phsi--' Free dtlncry of goods to all parts of the city
of Mr*. ('has. A. tclans went off some distance from the f.;,
court him. DeWitt'sWitch ,
not help
hys i house to await his arrival 5 DRY GOODSuT1US Y.
1 Hazel Salve cured him armed to J HATS, SHOES1

1"!fq 1tfruitl! fruit! If you have any j: nently. .\. 1:. Wise. perms i i fore the teeth.sunset the About community half an hour be1'4 AND GENTS, FURNISHINGS. ;.
ail was star- {f,
;f .-.
\ remember Young'li Drugstore '. One of my lady customers says, tied by twelve or fifteen rifle reJ N B. a.Y r

CJ8'!*, ":* to buy your fruit jars: j', "You sell the best milk I've had; since ports and on going to the plac e of 1i :Lake.JunrodUoct(tits, LONG & CO.
( :1"0" i, the shooting found the two : p.
I Canada." And negroes> a Dealers in Genet ?
I left she meant: a Meichandise.
dead. Justice =
i Babble Urinkley held an in- :
Lines of Madison, who what she said. and iou will. quest over the bodies 0 Hoioloioji

[:J7: Citing Mrs. J. D. Taylor, say its the best you ever used. 13 qts. and Dr. (<. R. Smitbson Sunday was called morning _* <).<).0.<).<).0.<).<)..0.0..0..0..<).<)..0..<).<)..<).. !
t or M! pt.., II-UV J. R. COMBS. -
l.i' j hold
home lu Madison last I postmortem examination.i ,
;,.,'- Postmaster Raulerson has had the j i T affair created quite a sensation .
"ti' t.fkT.Padforlhas interior of the postottce very nicely ': but everything in the community is .

', !lirrtr safe at his place recently of busl-put arranged for the making -up of the''reported quiet. t

:1tatto accommtdate mails. lIe recently purchased an i, -- SPECIAL CUT PRICE SALE '
-';Weir his large stock I iron safe from .Mr. R T. Radford in i L

i.r; ,R < which to keep the books, stamps,etc. White + Bronze I c for JUNE at '

,, formerly of this
We are grieved to chronicle the
-.I k
atJ of 3actdonville, ,was In death of Henry Xolan, the little one nONUl\lEl\TS: THE DOLLAR '
frit di: week,visiting relative j year and five months old son of lies i! J

!J and ilrs. J. .'Canova, Tuesday night i i
.Wi 'inns and Mrs. Lillie about o'clock. He was a bright -

j; i0f (lQkt.are playful little fellow, the idol of his ; We will sell all Straw Hats for Men and Boys Over 1Q( cents
:!.the visiting the I parents hearts and his death was a regular price at WHOLESALE COST.. ,
{ ],ex fliCSti dtb. .the family uf Mr.It terrible blow to them. The Interment .!} wnr Ladies and Childrens low cut Shoes: will go at 10 PER TENT'

was at the city cemetery Wednesday I DISCOUNT, from our regular low prices. A new lot of
Ii. 'he td that Gen. Fred, morning at 10 o'clock, Ihe Stylish Belts for Ladies will be sold at greatly reduced
bu beenmore I bereaved have our sincere sympa I c prices. Oar regular priced goods are great bargains.
richly reward- H but
ali10k thies.A now we offer some SPECIALS you should not miss,
like his father than Remember at the "DOLLAR
t mad in Africa. I descriptive letter icing information BAZAAR" only

regarding the National Educational

"L11obt: L. Horfer left Sanday Association, which meets in J i Nothing Over One
for Are more enduring than stone: better and
8th to 12th
Detroit Mich. ,
Chicago where he will July cDtapjr. endorsed by sciential as ,
., htllll er course pears on first page This is a ap-j practically iuuestrucuble. you can
".qty at the great opportunity for teachers of sate money by writing for designs ,
of that city. and everyone who can a l'lorida'1-t and price YOURS TO PLEASE

-. 0:y0Adicks and children, advantage of it. Miss Clem Ham'1 G. M. MY, ARCHER, Flit. :
Et $l an4 ton deserves much praise for Agent for Columbia County
Annie returaedevening
J traordinary cheap rates secure L t4K CITY.FLA. H. F. l//AE.
Al o for Star Wind Mills Tern-1 j ,
from tljeir The rate being 110 less than ever before agency, and z
ple Pumps and Tubular Well maker. Alt
....>.t;f to Cedar Key a- J secured. prices! reduced. y+meT i .

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Spl.BdU- Work of the Hy.r..raplile Salted State aad Caaaaa to (elte laU Aa Octave Which Differ from Our

:' : ii Department el \avy Go..1. t Effort to Step I'alanfat IB- | Owa aad Has Se,eaiBtrrtal Equal

lateraatloaal Re .tmttttB. *
BBS of the CeleatiaU. ;
4 -
j' Profs. and Sees-en of the
A great number of inquiries which i The United States government and Berlin university, have concludeds
been received from foreign -
have recently
the Canadian government are combining the
1 lAvies by Capt. C. C. Todd chi..fI in an effort to stop the smug- interotiug exptrin.ects regarding.
peculiarities of" i..mtInl"t! sacs
hydrographer of the navy attest to of and unlawful influx of China-:'
41 gling The SUrccse
the Sci..ntilitut'rean.
the remarkable prestige this branch into Canada and the United
musical: bctuve differs from cur Olin
I of our naval service has gained States. Both countries have suffered
the fad that it ccinpris.s
abroad. hydrographic service isi : within the last few years, and Canada equal intervals. The sounds. though The Kind Yon Hare Always Bought and which has bea
conceded to be more advanced
: has unintentionally helped to break perfectly harmonious are t-oiiuvvbat in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature 'tf
complete than that of any other navy law.
the United States I curious.Vbile the' Siamese court and has been made
i under
h' in the world and foreign navies are ; A representative of the United pigsonal
-troupe was at the zoo: gieal !gardens
IEE supervision since Its
t y endeavoring to emulate the example is in Otta- # 1ntaDer.
States customs department decided
;: >: e set by our own advance in this line. j IIr wa at present acting in conjunctionwith I in Reran to reccrd these two these professors musical tt/nes- Allow no one to deceive you fai this

Requests for information on various }'rom' AU Counterfeits and"Just-as-goodMar l
the Canadian officers. in their natural found to such exactitude Imitations tet
points come from Spain, France what has been discovered the Canadian that the faintest variations Experiments that trifle with and endanger the heahJTec
.Ir PtL Greece and practically all of the European authorities are convinced'that might be clearly defined. In the. Infiuits and Children-Experience against Experiment,
F nations and all proper information -
many more Chinamen than the law earlier experiments the ordinary f-ho-
i is given without reserve. In permits have come into Canada in bond butvas
I fmysteriously nogra'h| was emploved
i i J' some cases foreign naval valuable authorities bits for the last few years and hate then proved to be unsatisfactory. ', owing to What is CASTORIACastoria
have offered to pay
disappeared. It is to the :
the constant re-
unpleasant ray ing
4 of information concerning a reef interest of the transportation com- substitute for Castor
their j I| productions which always accompany is a harmless OO Pate
which is uncharted on
i o perhaps the unknown depth of panics to see that the law is obeyed J photographic reproductions and which gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It >,
own maps or and therefore, the authorities say it |I' in tM the' dUtinct- J
case destroyed
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Xarectia
wafer in some channel. But ail that .
1 -t must have been customs officials who, ness of the sounds. A telephonograph
is asked in return by the hydrographic otherwise have Ipermitto'.l I| substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Woraa
through neglect or was then employed and the results
ic office is that the inquirer contribute It I I and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wad
these to
men disappear.
were all that could be desired. Bymeans
to the knowledge already in hand I l j Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
) is stated. that evidence has been secured i of ...U apparatus thtfounds
ii' at Washington as far as possible.The against several of these officials I i are MJ cttar and the graduations! w) and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates the
pilot charts which are and that a general shake-up will soon failiifullv: : ncouK'd that it is a difficult Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
the office are fast gaining -
by I I
r follow. m.ttrr I.. di.-ti. gi Uh Between the The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
4t an almost universal reputation. On an average :?,(}IO Chinamen have I I actual recital by i ih.e troupe and iUtelephuuogiiiphic
beside data of strictly
They give been imported into anada for the last reproduction.I .
1 I
technical nature weather forecasts GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Jibe years. Each year about sOO of I I
for the ensuing month covering practically .
4 in' bond to
these Lave gone through ..
s the whole world. Queer CO.llr.
Jamaica and other places uuder the I Among the many congresses that Bears the Signature of

BUILDS NEW WAR BALLOON.! padroae sy'.tt.nt. \bout/jO/ a year met at the Paris exposition, one of .
'i were entitled to stay here on payingthe | the mottt interesting was the international -

$100 a head tax, and the remainder I asembly of the Alpinists,
4 EBglUft laveBtor Ha* aa Airsali
should have been deported to China, of mountain climbers.
6 which Hf Say Caa Be Steered | composed
but only a small percentage were so
a 1mAny Direction.
deported. #
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f Dr. Barton war balloon, which it Q8l3TOILIA.

is said the British war office pro- Bear the The M tM Hale iag! BiUIgH The Kind You. Have Always Bought t

; poses to buy, has a platform and ma- SigutuJe ,# "Fruit"I ,
which is suspended cigar i4sjC
e .
shape. The balloon can be steered in In Use For Over 30 Years.

any direction. The propellers are I tae COIT1U COKMNT. TT MUHIU stain New. 'O..WTT.
', -. .'..
driven by a high-speed motor between -,---- -- '--" ----- -
l To raise fruit
the balloon and the car. -TIIE- j

1- fixed There operation is a horizontal of which aeroplane causes, the the l LouisVlille i & Nasiwille ij R. R. I' you must have Potash. ,

i :ii balloon to ascend and descend in I sk yt; ;;>e;oTJ.tT2: T.tEr..T: (! 2T0.T.t-rt; : < >Tr: <1.y..t; ;>t,!_ >T"'ttYi'rr.

t straight progress at any altitude. At : Runs through cars to Pensacola, Fertilizers: containingat -, -=-$=1. '1'(,< i't'r--1"1.;. -l"'i lS .- 5.tJ'J-L les11i >>>> '"I
.frI : the rear there is a vertical ai-roplaae
Mobile and .ew Orleans, to Bir- 11
for steering to the right and left. nringham Nashville and St. Louis to least 8 to 10% of I

The difficulty arising from moving Louisville Cincinnati and Evansville i l: DON'T STAND -.-
t the center of circumvented and to Chicago without leaving Potash will best
by two half-tilled water tanks at each train. For rates, schedules and give IIII1 ON YOUR HEAD (
t end from which water is automatically sleeping-car reservations write to or _
art results fruits of all ,. .
s pumped from one to the otheras call on on '''' -- .\.
i ,
the end of the machine becomes '. I -
: as i \
B. II. HOPKINS, Fia. Pass. Ajt.j I fiND
heavier. The aerostat is divided into kinds.: i I'I\ ,- === !
200Ves.t bay Street, IiI l==
j t "
s gas-tight compartments. Jacksonville Fla. I ; b KCK:

'lf- Dr. Barton hopes by the end of (! II 1V rite fir our pamphlets, which, should mI
summer to float his balloon and carry C. L. STO-r;. G. P. A., I Iv ia former's I; al i --=
every library ; I n T the Printing have been I'
three at the rate of 12 13 I Louisville, Ky. poor you
: people or I I I ..
They are sent free. 5 .cusicg when You can get the Best
miles an hour. f'i:' j just as easily as poor. Our prices are
I I GERMAN: KALE WORKS. Pli I t e reasonably consistent with up-to-date I,

4. Boyd MoBraiag Etlqaett. I i I II. A. AVILSON.JLg 1 93 Ji'iiiau St., New York. 811 I J j'\ first-dass work. We are prompt. '
+ I Avoid trouble and :
There is no uniformity in the mourning further annoyance II
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etiquette of the foreign legations. a 1I"'Ii!,",. I I by :: a Trial Order. .

Thi emperor of Germany was grand- EHP3gup 0;;
son of Queen Victoria and the czarina \ I i} THE OFFICE.< !>
of Russia u granddaughter, yet the I I KudolDyspepsia !II I! H. L. DODO PRQPRiETOR.ra I:.
order from Germany is only 2S daysof ('!'I"'IIs.
mourning while the Russians have
1 M.JNr:: 9I"r-t-!! ..T. MGt."y"Tzr'"MP
i t to wear crape and abstain from social ;i
f pleasures for 90 days. I i Cure <1":>YeIIisl'tz,,Z'T<1wTi>Z"I 1wI=XZ;;.Le11 I.t=It l"' T YEZ-i Z I6. =

OAS'1"OnXA. .
The Kind rou Haw Always BoagM S Tgggsagis Digests what you eat.It .
Beast d, g23 a r- -,---- -

8rI #&K Nature artificially strengthening digests the food and and reconstructing aids- "
: 'tP I I
: "Thou Shaft Not Covet.
: the exhausted digestive or-
----- -" -- --1 I1. tNDR117JKRILa1[ gans. It is the latest discovered digest..

660. S. Hacker <&< SonMANUFACTUKEKS ant and approach tonic. it No in other efficiency.preparationcan It in- PERFECT CONTENTMENT IS'BORN IS THE K1TCHEX. HEALTHFUL lt&
I cCitr. i'1. stantly relieves and permanently cures I DAINTILY SERVED MAKE A HEART TO XCET US
writs for its TfaSACeutert
Catilozat of IOJ Zfhreat coubuutiuts of tat kf pratiutiua tl
kf { I I!i Coffins and Caskets all Styles and Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, ant for a modest outlay, make Kit voitk lifitt-
I Flatulence. Sour Stomach Nausea
at i I Prices. Orders Promptly Filled. Sick Headache,Gastralgia.Cratupsand I INVESTIGATE

all other results of imperfect digestion.

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sm&llSWI.Book alt dyspepslaUWl6dlI'el

Prepared ty E. C.CDWrTTA..Chicago.PATENTS Sf11 jt

r its
r + c

I 3I5 i ; t t *,%'s&me of forty years Expense

tt **. t 't Morn the dome

f 1 ;,_ Matt-Economze in Fuel
NORRHOEA' { /Me Glad the /it scftoMJ Queue

OFll .
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I r -GLEET ll Doors Sash Blinds MOllIillS CURE wUUauU.S.tulFmigut'iiciiUuiiTraife-lUrki,''
J J F I SAFE SURE 1, rut Furnt LAWYERS tern OF ever II TZAE3'fere4 to FKACTICE.OI iir itun.AfATEITr t u M1 D BY

,, j i ....----- ' 1 All Y.r.a.r. o.aI.M &.al. broad &feiviu iwtb&li
Material. Modem* ciuiga. ii j i-
Building .... .... r. v"C. A. i f
,, t : e-=.::..ce.w 1 > ; SNOW & co.| JMASHVIUf-TE ,

{ LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. 1 $Op* a$.hfent Office, WASHBIGTOM, B. C.J{ 1 .
marls Send tor Prices. lyrl'.ol sale by George. Price.

"National Steel Ranges are the Never hat a store to bake as
best made." evenly aud quick11"II.
.M. Paics, Mobile,jUa. *>*
alas l+at.ntrTeats.
1 "Abundance of hot water always .
funiishea." L "In J'years housekeeping. titver

PURINA w. x.BKDiGauasT.: ciattsvi-je. {* had a stove o pleasing.?
r ... Rsv. J. a KKwa.!b lb tiDL
II "After year's hards-vice. ,*.- a I
in perfect condition." ,,'t j- "j am sure there is none super**

FABSIMO OKFEAM Scaoot, Nu&nlle. J. T. ABKAKX. Sapft1D-.-eLetefla"Not :
KEEPS MULES UP ? one-hJ.fthe fuel required water works>

as formerly." k"'The: National the best range

Matzos VASDEiuiLT t'NlV&il.SYY.' in use." JiiIbDiIoJ,.
C.J. Cusru
never seen one I would .
exchange it for." Take4 less wood and less nfflfc _

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Amt Taxes
,:"' NAME OF ow ..aDESCRIPTI0 and
r K.I[ opowitER. DESCRIPTION -Amtahxe s t H T n A Cost

'iiI:?' -' S T'R _' A Costs JQsephSlmmons.:. .._- wJiofswJ40f&W!: .. .h_ 4 7s l1e '" 1 20, A Fatal
". west53feetthtncesouth Jessie lcNLih __ .__ of ,
"" -- e3: swl4 of illl7e 20 1 20:
:: 330 feet, thence west 58 Unknown _.....___.____ nel4 ofne!;__ 111 lie .4C l' 9
;- feet, south 233 feet, to Unknown _:.._____. ..__ sw34of ne! -- swl4--------4- 71 lie 1 ::9 .
> .s. point of beginning 1 n Ben McNlsh___........ i}; of nwl of 1j 11e !II. 3 11
.>.: Set' of IW.4--" ; ____u_. 2R 3s 7e 356 Unknown .________----- nwl4of DW}&. is l1e 4' 1 29
|Unknown.-,-- --.'--' w,': of lot ITinbeJ/of nwI< -J9 3s: lie 11 RobertCOUum sw,. of swii--____ 9 is 11t' 41 1 R6
>. Unknown ---' -.-- lots 11, 1-, 3H and 15 in Be}! 169. R H Preston.._________ de l4 of _---___._____ .. _. lu 1i lie 40 1 29 !
; of no"1-"h.-: ; ..T.,..4 .>g 3s lie 5 1 83"CbiriesA UnknowUnknown---------------5WJ. of nw\\ and nwl4 of MisIakeWas
Jones..._- lot Id ,. nwJi'.__..__ :]j 3s lie 1 130 w'4'__...___......__.. ...-lA 7s 17e I'IU n" 2 48
nonowa0-.-"-.-- w!_ of lot 17 in,sets of nw,*} -..>9 3s 7e7e 'e 1 69 !ieJ..of sei ___-...........--- 15 1s lit' 4() 129 .-
vloltt; grlgadierblockL in sw,. of nw'i". ?9 3s 4 2 nel-of ne.a--__ -.- 17 ;.Iie 4f 218
raknown----_ acres In southwest corner"of 63 ____: ___ II ; -..--.... .. --._-- 18 78 lie SC 21 l
'11'-- n'a of nw.' of 8e4._. 31 333s 7e 4 2 W J lJoro_____________ ne.tof nel.--2 7s lie&C 129 .
.;;takllO"li---------' all of se4' of seU a-lies 31 Joseph Hinl._________.-nwJ;( 01 4------:2:: ill lie 4C 218
n outside of corporation of -, Solomon 14 of nwl------------------: 711 11eJ/ : 342 made by the
.Lake City-- ... ____.__ 31 17e 8 236 A Brad: acres in north side pro- a<
: .. all of oi. of of and moters of r
;UnknownUnknown-- ---------- sw'i w4 as lies swl4 e': high prices =3
outside of corporation of of sw34 and sw54 of seL 31 74 1.e 15( 603

.:' Lake Cily.:____u.______ 30 3s 7e7e f 178 Heir of undivided inter when they came within -
r ;..-.---.._---' 9')-100 acres in southwest est in eJi': of se _____. 211 711 the of
> corner of se1! of swjr__' 3:!* 3; 1t.-1 3 56 6H of nei and .eIi of range }
Gordon Jones___---_. lot No. 6, :)X) feet northeast nw34 and s}; of net-
south and west less J4 of nw4------- .___ _-: J: is lie i4 2 i/ The Eagle Eye
':':_ acre in southeast corner 33 3s lie t 1 69 R H l; of ne4' of nwt4 and w a _
t raDoWD.-.-- ..-."_ 1; acres in southwest corn- of nw1.[ .-.-.----- .. .--. ij l1e 101 248
:., '. er of neJ4 of ne'i' bounded Tilden R No 009 and 560 on Georgia .
east by lands of Led- line.------------ 2tt 18e 19iHi( .a 10
with Reese, north by G C F and nS of set4.I 28 IRe 24t: 42-5
iJ'.J' S & F Railroad, west by C -. ______::_____: .__ ___._ _.-' :?!I18t' 6-K 12 01\
'<::r west boundary line of C F 4 of nw34 and wW of .
said 18. south by public nwl4--------:._ 8 311 18e :" 12f 21

'.. .________ 333s 17e 12 379 LA A Smithson, Agt-ne.l. one34 : : .' j -
;-Joseph Jone*..;- ---_- lotsr3oaandd--4-i-s SnowdenV ____________..._____ 31 3:1 18e -It 1 29 ,
? survey of nw'4' of ne4 Unknown Wright--------S- },; of nw!; and lie of
less ):'._ acre in n,; of nw14 and n}; of eel4--'" 1 411 ISe 1)1" 3 97

,.: R ne3. -. -- .- - -,__--_: __. 33 3ll1e 5-57 480 r 411 I8r4C 1 19
Swan.Ann. .Colman. I.acre in a square bounded Unknown swl4ofnw14-----------------LIs 18e R( 248 -
north by the lot of Aron Unknown 7 4s 111e 4f 129 Of E. S. the
Brown, east by 33 feet, Bryant of ne14 and ne'4 of ..e'12 -18 18e .8t 279 :
r Heirs of I' ._ __ __<_ 19Is I8e
: street in lot 3, Dorchelr ,: ne.4- "" so::: 3 42 ClothingMan.. Mr.
Unknown _._ ___. .21&s 1St :
survey of n',! of iw..13 3s lie 14 319 .! of ne'4------ ill 243
*;;7trd, Robinsonacres. in ne'i of nw J.; IIJ se'" lea two acre Futch's Prices are =
j bounded north by Isaac ,'-.- in southwest corner__ :23 411 IRe 3x 238
,'t Robinson, south by G W J T acres off west side tit "Sweeping the Field" a
..''''' Waldron, east by E B ne!.! of nwl- and nw14 of
s----' '; Hall.____.. __n---.,..? 3s lie 386 nw'---------------------' 411 iSe 51' 2 iO with the speed of-
flait,Johnson.-. one square beginning one C B l; of nt, ; and nwl4 tf swl4.. :5 4s IRe :2 ,f' --- acre north of. southeast W S ,- _e. ... .u...-_. ...--__. 2iIs iSe 1& .a 72 The Lightning Express
corner of nests of nw'4 R H live in block 11 in town
F bounded south by acre of Hagen--------------- 362
now owned by Edward J G one In block 16 in town -

;'' and Gertrude Johnson__ 33 3s 7e7e -1 2 55 of Hagen--------------- 69
"U1&Gertrude Johnson 1 acre in southeast! corner of Unknown '. of set,,__ _. ..... .__ __ __.- 48 18e -111 200
,%: ..:,': nw.l4of: nw.Ii..,____. ..__ 33 3s 1 155 Unknown __._.____ _- ohwl-.___.__.. __ ,____ -Is ISe 4u 2 00
of ofnwl4ofse'" ____ __. 4s 1St'i Si '
"Fi ItCl1ile.m 8!'i a 3 acre lot hounde r
:,.. .. north by lands of George ; ofnw.440f wU.-- .fll Hie '2\,. I\i\ ;: : _,
'..."' "Washington by Robert- !; of sw.t and nwl4of se34 4 511 18e I\, 3 64 .
", Jones, bouth by Unknown--------------s' !- of sw3'--. .- _. .. __ __. 18 58 18e 4tJ 150 And he is MAKING
r Waldron, west l. of nwl4 and IN'; of sw4.a 29 5s 18e 100 3 H
}!?". thur Griffin, in --3 ,. of wl.. and 8Wr.& of sera JU 59 ISe S1 :2: 73 SPECIAL RUNS in .

ku-: 'nwl4-- -_. _. 0_ 3s lie lla 301 .- of nel4 and n.t, of nw&j SUMMER CLOTH-
b ftlria Massie,_ .. begin at southwest, corner and sw'4of nw.I-- .. _._ 31 6s IRe 16C: 4.10 -
of lands of James L S T Co of Fla--------lots one and two'3'2 6s IRe 100 2 6.i ING-both Ladies and
If" ,
E T Holmes_.___-__ ____ thirtythree except one-
run east 70 yards, north
1. 35 yards, west 70 yards, half acre in southeast Gents; Ladies Oxfords .
south 35 yards to beginning corner of northeast di-- .
Sandals and Shoes.I -
vision in of Lake
in '. of lie town
1t tnknuia.-.lots. 5, 6 and ne-9 in nw block 4'---A 33 3s 't 2.5 City ..__ ___-.-.- .____ ___ 3e 323 k

f Ben hlDe alditionn.33 3s lie *4-10o 2 45l B.W Thompson-----t north avi

[abewa.h.__,____. lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,8, 8, 10- east division. in town ot
'l l Lt'- 11, 12 and 13 in block B Lake City ..:...--_. _____ ':: -I 5.i
G W Barber.Lm. lot less
tiftv-seven 100 feet '
Bendhine addition i nnwi4of
< oft north end of north
lit 399
nw'4 3s3s 2

-':.Ceorfe., "" -"I.c.----- three James acres east City division....-..:.of..-.Lake. ... .:. 1.82 3i16 .
1. Gray,-------------3 Charles A Jones__.___- lot fifty-nine northeast division .
r Riley Lucu 10 town of Lake
=-'- George -
; y''' ." r" ,__ .__ 17e City----------------a- t 455
, ",- ne.i of ::3 229 .
nw,4u --- .
r. Unknown ___ -__....... lot sixty.two, BOrthhalf of i I
. :r-.P Frtdinburr heirs_... 2 acres east and west by 1 northeast division In I
; 1-: north and south in southeast town of Lake ___ .26 1
City. 3:1:
'; t corner of *ef of I
Heirs of J F Baya..__ lot twentysevenwesthalf
iliA ne1---------------------- 33 3s 7e 2 146
of northwest divil ion in
: WR, Thow-- in southwest corner
1 acres '.
of Lake i
town City 6 38
., "_ ofne lie -I 320 ::
;.< nw'4.-----3..3!> .
lot f
{ )'CAP Railway Co___ lots C, D, G, H. I and Jinnw4oi BThompsonassignee, thirty, IOuthhalf 0
{ ; n.t4___-.'___' 34 3s3s 7e 633 past nrthwestdivision
In town of Lake
', a Redman-----___...._. ;\ acres in northwest corner City ___ :_ ._.. .._.. 331 133
n"'f. of w''; of nels'---------- 17e 5 158 Silvia Persons .._____ tot thirty, west one-third, .
; lt'; MM AJuander..._. nw i( of nw4 less one acre in- ; northwest division in -,' a ;
4- ; /'*_ ,. southwest corner ._n. 35 3s 7e 39 410
f ?4LWaUrof, ". __+____. ef: of 8w1- and w'j of wfj no M ._ ____ lots town t'lirty-four of Lake .331 549I Gents Felt and Straw =
:: : 'c of se'4se' _.._ _-.. -..3. 3s lit121 473 -- --- rand
<; _;1sknown-_.__.._ of 3s l1e 40 12 I in five town, norttl of 356 Hats, Mackintosches, __ :

t J.WadItiDl. _..:.._ nwj; of I 4317e 10 60 Louise Tatum..n.. lot thlrty.plght, the only place to
4atnowa.-.._.. ,iwx 4 of 1Is lie 10 60 division of I

f ; Saab E Harper.. iwi ; City ______.. 1 268. get the Celebrated
& '>t 1 4s 17e 150 5 ,3 Mrs R HLovier-______ lots and .
: L Waldrbf..______. oI icJiof. Majestic Shirts--See
.. ,' 17e 36 15R
i rBetberger heirs. \ Jj of 4 4s 4s 17e 40 3 09Y Lake :.. 82.3Heirs my line of Gents and = ;
Sheffield lot
t of
Mary ,
. r.. 'atnown-.?,___._ w}l of Isaac Hartagt Ladies Umbrellas and
I -I 4s 1 I7eI7e 65 263 t- _
'; ) of 4 4s l 20 86 .In town__.. Parasols- "-
trGordiD-i 14 16! _
{ .. .._.,__ ne3-of II 4s 17e 40 82 Randall Johnson.____- lot ion ,-in--
)arab E Harper five -in town -
! 17e G 66 City------------
fI1- er :' 4s 2 303 .
I_ )
: Burnett heirs Randall Johnson------ bloc ; tw .'
.i;- r 'K" -. 4"- 7e 32 149 the
a -raWFife...... 4s 17e 80 312 tv.
--_-.-.- l1.t' of .._.___ .- 4 4 a7 *
:bLBurnett. .. seL'of se.-----------------3- 4s 7e 40 181 Heirs of C B Benedick block J, fraction--
,< aIlltlB .- :_ wJ:: ... 4s 17e17e 337 11 24 T S Chalker, agt division in

lt.L,_.._ begin Cityv ..__.. __ 'Ari -
'f ; of \ B li1Ism____.___. block D, lot six, In m
t '"- division in
'f k City_.____ _. ; 638 I 4 41T
; l1 : 4s 4S 298 Luther Day__-'.________ block D, one lot ,
t 4 Nelson.,.._.--. .. swl' of ; 4s 17e 40 184 division in .. -
' .:: rtham--- ... owls .18 lie 40 184 .) }
-- -- -
)y f Bullock. _- _-_ nw 4'of 5s 7e 40 1 29 Louise Hogan________: blockt b: ef : .
'!, -aGl'W 1Ie8bear.__..._ liW'I of 2 5s lie 40 213 bounded north .
Dleu.... ..,I of 5 rJli I"e7e 20 1 13 road, west by .
arulhers- of 5 5s 80 3 12 .
k -n..... eji -i Icy, in northern divis
; 'i:1tI Dicks---r: _____ ne>4' of 9 5s 7e 1,1( 541 Ion in thttown of Lake .

.: ;> i Cotton..,. six .. City ____ _..__ .__ .._____ '.4 333
is. r er 9 55 lie 6 66 !' Louise Johnlon.._____ block D. one-fourth acre ---H
b1 r.-h t tr...._.. wji of 9 ai- lIe 80 342''I I ._ bounded east by Louise -

-,,- Cotton_,.. 8.of. Hogans.tfiorth and west :
1'-\ and n'j swla by S S Hadley, south by c
'L' and set.{. of sw,'{__ __.... 5i 17e17e 220: 533 Washington street, in e
._.__ 5s 80 344 '
ft."aitman--- ijr of se4------ .n' l northern division town !-
'IIIIWII, -. ._- .. ..e1' of '4--------' .. 13 55 I7e 40 2 13 of Lake City.._... .. .. l4 26-1 I
'I' r 011I-,....-. live acres in southeast corner Charlt'II-Johnson.--- E, south.half of a lot .'. .
of se4' of swJ4.. ----.- 1 5s 17e 5 96 bounded north by Wash- or
of.O ACaldwell nel'of sea'-, p---__ __ .-16 56 17e 40 155 Ington street east by .
"Weox __ 58 lie 40 IIH .
'J "'" eo..t---- awjiof nw,>4._ -- -- --- 19 Sallie Buckman, west by
.... a.le', -. e:!'iof awa.-------;' -. -- 19 fuJ I7e 80 213 'Jack hey, in northern Something to suit .the
"t ,l.r 011I_....____. nw3i of neU and part of: .- division in town of Lake "
ne.>4ofnw,4'--.---;--_..: ).'isl.e. > 342 City.--- 1 & 22 most fastide us. -

ill1'*, *!_._.___. 26}; acres off east side oft Raney Grant______._._ block E, one-fourth a ere I am also offering
'M- nw'l of nw'4 and sw'iof'nw bounded north by WashIngton
J' ,' less 2.t; acres in street, east by special bargains in
3 .> northwest corner and lot of John Coleman,
." 'nw'. ofsw'l.__.___ __e.-2" 5s 17e 104 593 J in northern division in Gents Suit Cases$3to
'B81ea1ey......__..... _6 acres in outh side of sell town of Lake City -__.._ la 5 15;
1of neJi and ne.'f of sel4 2$ 3s I7e 66 3 11 Unknown --_..___--._.._-block E, one-fourth acre oft- $15. Now is your
Salle 7- "' nw'. of nwK less 10 acre east side in northern division opportunity. '
off ease side and 4 acre in town of Lake
south side. 56 17e 26! 1 94 City.1.. 1 16
at off ---- -- ----
es.. ,.. __ sw,I'. of set '-----T .. -- 6 6s 17i17e 40 2J3 I Yrs L L Hunter... ---. lot eighty.three, east one- Yours for business,
tl1_._ .. ?. nw.a of nw 4- _.';._-- _.. 17 6s 40 213 I third of south-half in "
R-r- of ne34./ _...__._. ..-..-- 'n 6s 17eI7c 40 213 I northern division town
2 A!.. -_-n".t,4 e.4 of se14.- -.... 6s 40 126 129 I of Lake CltY.m:_____ .1. 6 37Subscribe E S FLITCH

........ of sea'----------------------- 40 .
.rSwe*....... neS4 nwl4 of swj4-__.__-_:__;.. 4.' 17 e 40 213 for the Ctnz ioREl'ORTEB. Keeps you posted on County affairs
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; fI 10' CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1r j
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NAN OF OWNER, DESCRIPTION\ A and t Taxes frown's Store r:1 i

: S T R A C6stsi I Surprise :

Lucy Hudson_._u..lot 'uiuety-six, begin, 93y .

and two-third feet south LAWNS .
{_ of north-w corner, I .. WINDOW SHADES .white Lawns for
7c 5c .
i : south 5.l.and two-third Good Felt Shades--------- ,_ ,10c25c lOc .' ;c '
.-. 'r Good Linen Shades. __. __- "
feet, east 105 feet, north -- me. .. lOc '
: "
I -- 55-and two-tMr feet, Betterquality-_ - I&.h" He
: f west 105 feet to hegini .; -:, DOMESTICS DRESS GOODSAll s

i ': ingin norihern division .-' of the latest effects in work
Island 61 and
wide Sea
: .- .' town of Lake City u__ 5 75 Good".7cgrade-20 yard yard* for___.. ..81 MTruit goods, good 6c and 7c Lawns 5c
Marian Hrrk _____ lot ninf'ty-six, southimstqurter of the loom Bleaching. -- 9c lOc and 12jc Lawns for 8c

i l in nothern divisIon Fearless Bleaching, the brand FANS

in town or- Lake we sell so much of-soft and, Yes we've got them from the :2 for .'
i ___ .__ ______ .. .. 9c
for 12 Silk
5c palms, to one Gauze.
City ____ ___ __ 1 (j9 Good Lansdale Cambric--------

l Unknown..._---_-.. lot ninety-six, south.halt UNDERVE5T3 and SHIRTS for men .'
3 of nwl in northern di .4 BELTS women and children.

'r_ vision in town..of Lab'I You will alway. find the Latest Styles HOSIERYAll

City____ _____ .12i 2 OS are to be found here. the Latest Stripes. Dot, etc., .

S Lulu .Stevenslot one.hundred, north- .< SHEOS AND SLIPPERS the prices are cut to the heart. .'

Tom-Page, agt east quarter in northern We are overstocked and must closeS Socks Men, Women and Stockings and Children So per good pair.

division town of Lab ," S them out regardless of coat, if you Our lOc black and tan are match-

i City................. i 868a are looking for real Bargains bring less. Our 1-Sc fancy socks are
Steven Robin.on..lot one.hundred And four, ,your feet bere-we will. fit you. beauties.

.ei in the northern die \ .'

vi ion in town of Lab I

t+ City__.. .._.. i 491 sell goods too cheap to cut samples. But >?o will cut I I'I'We

J, H Spears-.....: lot one-hundred and five, prices. 'Get our competitors prices and compare with ours,
swl of swl in northern -
division town of Lake Prices closer than -I Hat and Caps/ -my!

-ek ; City-. -__.___- :___ .6i t'33 they have ever been Brown's my! what a nebby Hue ,r ;
Heirs of R Spencer__ lot one-hundred and five, -
4 ,
southelUit-quarter,north 5 1 shaved in Lake City. SURPRISE we have All the latest 'if

a ern division in town of ;- ", We haye'u new and styles) cheaper -,;,

ll1 : Lake City------------- 1155 Store
to late stock. "We f than -could ::
you buy
Unknown _nuU lot one-hundred and eight, Xip ,
S south-half in .northern : were fortunate in picking is.the placeto them. in New .York. :w-b

division town of' Lake bargains while in buy. Goods must be seen .

-.s' City-= __ __ 6s8S '
-- -- ----
A SCott_ ..u----- lot olll -hundred and nine, S the Eastern markets. to be appreciated :

._,c eel in northern division Embrodiery one-half what otheis charger-Ribbons and Laces TO
in .town of 1 I I

"' Cit __ _____ LakE'1 683Jamf' ___ .

Waters______ lot one-hundred and fif- -1
teen, lief in northern Amt TaxesNAME WANTED.! Reliable maa fir \
OF OWNER, DESCRIPTION and Manager of Branch Oflke we Dill
division town of Lake S T R A Cost open in this vicinity. If joarnoH

S. City_ _______: __ ___ -1 688: A Q Halladay lot three hundred and k id O.: K. here is an opportunity; I IJ>>
------ I
S l 3lrs W A IcQnaig lot one, lIoutheast-quart- I 1 ly give good reference when+trite
twenty seven, except : I THEA.T. MORRIS WHOLESIU goes
4c i er, in western division Three and three-foul1h!
: in town of Lake __ ; : I I CIXONNATTI, OHM.
City 11195
in southern division ; ; Illustrated
l acres, ; I catalogue 4 ets strap
Thomas McCoy lct.Jorty-eight, begin at i -
n u in town of Lake 't :
k --
southeast corner and run City----- ____ ___! ,8.15.6 'isV J
---- Dr.
'k ,+ north 111 feet, west 105 \ A iblaek_______ lot three hundred and: \V. fl. Ives, Jr.
feet, south 4G feet, west in '
twenty-eight, south-I _
five feet south G5 feet
em division in town ofl '. I r
east 111 foet to bt-gin- Lake City-u_J I. I 653 LAKE CITY, FLA. Pnoxzltt

h .. lilts, in central division DrW.ROrooverublock B, twd acres in" 'I 'I
town of Lake City_u_ 27 950 northwest town : f I
corner r
.. Mrs L L Hunter____ lot fifty-four, in centralS of Fort White---__ } 1 42 J. D. CALLAWAY,

-S division town of Lake bits Ida Leverett:_ block K, two and n. half ': BROKER
___ I!
__ 11516lIeirs
-- -- ------ in the f REAL ESTATEmIXSURANCEAGm
acres, northeastl i I
of N Thomas__ tWQ-hundred. and thir- : '-
corner of the town of } "

t-four, in eastern di Fort Whitennu_ t'I ; -l.,410Unknown Lake City, Fla.
5' 5 vision in town of Lab i '
L south-half
ex- .
Unn ;

Ana Rkhards' _______ -6.75 741 eept south one-half side an acre I ': OTIS- R. PARKER- ,
off in the I

town of Fort White____ I II 2.25 21Mrs

M J Williams___ block 0 in the town of I Law.
169 i j Attorney At .
1.2 Fort Whiten_______ I 1 'i 30Mrs
William Rafe. _______ F Bynum-lot seven, in the town of I f CITY I FLOfJDl fLAKE

1 City--------------------- C F Holland..__ lot Fort ten,White------------------- I j 1 7 00 ;
u t
Heirs oUIrs E A 2 350Smithson T\B. J. L. NIBLACK ,
., ,. .. Fort I f j. 1 85 '
__ lot c
: Unkl own, __:::.-_-- lots I PHYSICIAN AND SCRSStf; '."

3 s 1 Heirs, of .J FBaya lot 856'- ... .. '- road Fort fifteen White---------------j ;:;. .j r i! 11 I 10 Headquarters Residence promptly at WISE left Phone attended here I Dmptwe.messages .nil to.(L-be .,jj, .

; -- Unknown __-___uu lot thirty-five, fractIon ,:, .! LAKE CITY, FLOBJSi r

in the town of Fort r -. ---- ---,---
town of_ Lake White :.__ .___ l' 2 18
us ) --_ ____--_ __ ____ i 268 Unknown lot -u.- I A Bona-Fide Salary.
,L T J Euans__________ lot two-hundred and sixj .nu thuhY-tlevt'n, Fort I : $12 Weekly.Men
in the town of i .
j ? ty-eight, in eastern division -- White I 'f i
} '\ t 4.10 and women to appoint apsis
1 :. 1< in town of Lake Eider Jordonnn___ lot forty.eight, east-half) i represent as some to trawl w
; aalatYsd
City--------- _____ 1 830W for local work. fl: weekly
-- in the of establishedpleasant lbAti
Fort Old
A Niblack_______ lot five, 280 and 281, in town ) ;1 j expenses.permanent positloa, rJtII
__ _____ '
White u --_____: I, I 194 advancement and increase fit t
I eastern division in the Unknown _____, east.half oft I Write at once Address. .
---- ALGEBdi
town of Lake City_____ 219.50 in BUTLER .t
northwest quarter i NEWHATU.CoaDR.
W A Niblack_______ lots No 288 and 289 in -- DeptE. :
the town of Ft White .j 1 f 121 1 59 ,-_. -, --_ .
eastern division town of Ida J Bardin_______ lot fifty.two, .I'
Lake City___ ______oo_ 2 455 of southwest quarter) I I E. RIVIERE,
WA .Niblacklotthree-hundn>dand two
in the town I
f '
L in the southern divis- White ___________ i 4 12f: 4 00 I DENTIST
t ion town of J.akr City__ .89 12 00 Unknow.n ______::__ lot fifty-two, strip twen- 1 -i! Office upstairs in the nero(Mce'i I**
Mr Bettie Baya____ lotthree-hundred and five, Store. LAu'ITY.Fu
ty feet wide off south
1 'I
begin 588 feet south 1 -
side of
southwestquarter f
of iiortheast' corner and : L. E ROBEUSOH A.B.5nALr.Jasper. .
in the town of Fort I .Fla. I Late cit1P

nm south 120 feet, west White,____ _______--_ I ; 4 173 SMALt..
415 feet, north 120 feet, HH Summers___ lot fifty-two, south-half' I I t } ROBERSON &
-- ;
east 407 feet' o beginning t ATTORNEYSLAKE .11 Ur.
... I of southeast-quarter Ill; I I .
in southern division .
the town of Ft White.; 1 12I! 1 5Q CITY AND JASPER,FLA-
in town of Lake pi
1 Chesholm & lot feet -k! Will do to SUfi
Broxey fifty-four a general practice
i ____ __ __ 11820 twenty ) I Federal courts. Collections gnd conMi0'ing
---- -- -- tin
S B Th mpllon_____ lot three .,hundred and- off west side of east-. ; .I Block Lake City officer dlstg-1T'Second jDOI'rUDt '-
half of uorth\\ st-quar-!; __
assignee nineteen, north-half in -
ter in the town'of Fort; I f
southern division town "
of Lake 2 70i White.,,--------------f : 326 T.R.HODCES :
City-- I Unknown ____. lot serenty-six north-hall 1 ;
uu II'II'I
i Unknown _00----_. lot three. hundred and and &
of southwest-quarter, I f Attorney at Law
i E
twenty-one, in south- I licitor in Chancery
z in the town of For! ; t
em division town off I White __ ___ i PUBVC'Special ,
_--_______ I : f499: -NOTARY
Lake _____ 33 13.1. ti
H p. Baya_,_________-lot. three hundred and :I Heirs of MaryJScott eighty eight, north- i ; lections attention and given execution to OommercUi of -
1 I S ,: Robert Scoot, agt east-quarter;in the town i Mortgages and all other Legal
: twenty-three, two acres '! Her-
: of papers. Office: 1(6
-f1 off the south .. White----------, i r l 150 nando street.
end in
Unknown Chore- .'
__..___ _Hots tnenI 1.1! near Baptist -
southern division town ; and onehunt t I PBo a No.x
of Lake City__________ 2 268 i I dred r I .- -
I and twenty-four in
H P Baya__________ lot .three. hundred and i J n
1 'five and I the town of Ft White.. : 2k, 2 23 T. B. OLIVER
: lots
twenty ,
Brownublock C in the I ATTORNYATmLA1unit
.- Calvin town of : I
g1 .J,-! ". one, two and "three in j Fort White______-"--_; i l> 4 15 cm, ei*.
:,: block 1, and lot 899 in Unknown __________{:three and a half acres in I 4 COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS I
4 block 3, and lots ten, 't the eastern division 1 A SPECIALTY.
eleven and twelve in Office: Marion street up staIrS tyftf
; -- : block 4 southeast corner in the I' T.A.Perry's,bnilaing formerly ocapld
Baya survey, I town of Fort White____ I. 8i! 2 23 Boozer ACallaway. promt _1
southern division town Practice in all State Conrts.
tlon to all Busines. Mortgages IB 4 "j|
of Lake C ty.__ uu__ 888 C. JONES, drawn.and acknowledgements takes -I a:

Tax Collector, Columbia County, Florida. HASTE II CUlCElt .

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lstatrfished .
1874. -
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Oakland Street Car Kim by power i .

:': ,Generated 140 Jill.. ,
The Great Througlf Line From Florida. Awar.


"jIi''4--- The CONNIiCTIONS Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston: Hichmond Yuba Electric power. -generated on the I QUEST

,1.1. East ) Washington. and river *j mile away, wag used
in the
,1hc The Southern operation of street cars in .
Railway, via Savannah, Colony! andWest Oakland Ca!.
-iAuItaLLJ. ,. J WaS 1DgtoD.: '. the other day This is
.. said to be the longest transmission 1--

The Southern Railway via Jessup Atlanta of electric power in the world. The 1I' You recoil from him with horror
Chattanooga power h generated by turbine may ;:
The Louisville wheels. I'
: Nashville :
To } vb Montgomery. : but you cannot evade him., The ,
The Southern R The cable, 140 miles in length, U six-
'y via Savannah ue .
Tilt Columbia and ? young and the vigorous, aa well as the
'!ii.C' The Mobile sc Ohio via Montgomery. AshTille., tenths of an inch in diameter and is I r old and the feeble, are hU prey. Be ti

of copper with aluminium alloy, I I makes no distinction. He is an un-

,',', Via Savannah and[ Ocean Steamship Company for ''New which will prevent oxidization. It is i welcome guest in many homes Unlay. ,
To East York, Philadelphia and &"tou. this cable that is suspended across ; lie enters the palace of the king with.

} Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners the Carquinez straits by a span of ,yf impudence and makes himself home
/. (Via'Steamshlp. Company for Baltimore. Transportation 4,400 feet and 300 feet in the air. I in the abode of the humble. No home

.VEY most successful in R so modest that he will pass it by.. a
the ... -
WESTlf history of '
:; Via Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. t Of course, you do not care to entertain .
a current of 40,000 volts
,.tI.\Y.\N.\, J I this guest. You may slam the
,' having "been transmitted the 'entire i", door in his face and bar every window -
.>"To Kew Scotia,1 distance with a loss not to exceed in your house, but he will enter on the

t -i. Cape Breton, I Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship five per cent. Under that showing f r wings of the air, by night as veil as by
1? Prince EdLine for Halifax, Hawkesberry and Cbarlottestow experts: said the voltage could be increased day leaving despair and death in his
. ard3Island.] '
' '" until there would be prac-
'II *.' WlaUr Tourists Tickets wUl be on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern: tically no loss of current. The current i best thing for you to do when e
fes-cetera and Southern States to all Florida rte orls via Plant System. during the season used I lie pays you a visit is to treat him
to return unUl was an alternating current
May list with liberal mop-over ,
privileges In Treat him and
of parties In the North sent to the f rlortda.f I transmitted i right. properly prompt-
-f--lIJuile4 undersigned 11111 be through a motor at a Jponer 1
liberally and he have for
information: and handsome advertising matter. station. 1 ly, can no terror you.
Treat him lightly and with delay and
J.t. "tot iofonnatlon as to Rates, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc.,call on or write to As the voltage of 40,000 was greatly \ he will fasten those lean fingers.of his.

?' r. M. JOLLY IW.Division.Bay Str.Passenger Astor Block AgeaL, Jacksonville J. in excess of the power needed thispower .: 1 deep down upon some vital organ and ',
will be transmitted then undone.
over the you are
!L- :a Dui.n'1 Sawuu"-0-Superintendent ,B. W. WBESH Pass. Traffic Mgr.. company's lines to ban Jose, a dis- 1 w ', Gripiudrl'adfuldisease. It strikes :
1y. saViUln4h,,Ga .. 'v. It weak in
,:.>" tance of 190 miles from the genera deep uncovers every spot
; Consumption. A slight derangement of the kidneys may mean Hright'a } {
'if : VESTIBUlEb 1 Disease. Heart Trouble [is followed b'y Heart Failure. Every vulnerable
SEABOARD point is reached by Grip.
I -What would you say Miss Quinine is too slow to cope with Grip. Don't use it Discard it at once.

: I t LIMITED! i Ethal if I should tell you that I had The issue of Grip is Life or Death, or worse than Death. A once strong man a9

.' called this evening to place a solitaire with all the life and energy sapped out of him is a pitiful thing. Death is

upon one of those dainty better than such an existence.

ii' '. TRAINSDOUBLE RAILWAY. fingers of yours? JOHNSON'S TONIC WILL CURE GRIP. It will cure every
She-I man every woman and every child that will take It It is a Superb Grip Cure, driving
-F{ DAILY SERVICE say, Harold that very trace of grip polnou from tuesystem. H does its work quickly and edecltvely. it acts
,. your speech had the true ring. at once. In an hour It enters the blood and begins to neutralise the Grip 1'oUou; wlthiu
Boston Courier. a day It place the victim beyond the point of danger,aud before the end of the week ruddy
AST.--at CI3. cheeks attest the return to health.
; SOUTH ]: 3d SOTl'HKRN DIVISION. :7 j perfect
-i"' '.=- -1 I .1 )_i Si Those who take the Tonic and depend solely upon It are safe. Those who do not do so
Lv lacUOIlrtJ1e.___,- 1030311SU1 1.10430p Lv Jacksonville_____ _;;_ 9 30 a I IIO: place their live In Jeopardy it Is a wonderful medicine, and Is 1U lime btlIertltall
tAr t'n'Uadiu__ 'I II 14p G W pAr Ar Baldwin__, _.'. ._.f h' 17a Y Its P a Large Edition Quinine doing In a that which the slow and uncertain Quinine can not do In.
_, ._ .__ p The time is rapidly ten days, trat all.
grereU.-- -- 1'11p"1 Waldo _____ __... -.'11 -to a 10 iH approaching, .
',z3rSaraDnak.-------- t If tell 37 ...._"., .. .'I:> ;;-, P_ declares the Keep a bottle of this Tonic always on hand. You may need U any moment,and when
fiArairru_.._= i All ri8! __ 113. ._..u.. Chicago Times-Herald. yon want It yon want it badly. Men have driven over rough roads for:25 miles to get it. ..
.u Denmark.-. f:19: : I:i a1:_ I V when an author who can get a copy ) lUbe price were I10U.00, none should consider this too high when compared with the _
i iUf Coluahu .1..: 6 'Ii II S 3d a'-_ 'i .. uallieSTllle-J.- ISip!.* 'un I Wa of his book into each of the Carnegia good It does. The price la 50 cents, and this amount returned to every buyer who U not -
e :
'_y.u Caa4eu--,.-.=. IIID p, SS7d-: ..__. ; pleased with tbeTunIc.
Ar g.mleL---- 10 37p' 7 *!a;- "I'' "" 3171Suun 411 II' :331al I;' libraries need not 'care for the pubj j BUY A BOTTLE OF JOHNSON'S CHILL AND FEVER TONJC TO.DAY.

.. '...
"..Ar ISlfip1.llSDp 3IIi f'll lie's patronage.
1'1'< ( Wiitaingtoir-... gfUal......_ __.... I' 7301 a'orlAndO'I
1M 1 kIC.-___, 1 JlalUKa'.?-.. 54'J, 1 Electric Motors OB a Canal A. B. GIRARDEAU
,#.Ar I'orbImjllitll_._ 70011 5SUJ1.' .._'I ,.__. 4Wp- iuualConnection ,
| Electric motors will take the
,k IldllDOIIof Va,___ 6 43 a. 3 Sip'...._ 1511y 5 10 pUce err
uAr Washington.100141' 7 Un pi._, 'I't .* "n..._r. & 40 Vi! 6IS a a of mules on the old Miami anal. SAVANNAH GA.
tAr BilUmllle-.1I %)1.II3.>V1'!'_;
P14 : i I II
Ar 2ir"( -
ladrl0bia.-i I ..
: __. --
.Hr. ) 4 = Vi 6 :kI a'T. I -- --
.... I made at Fernaudina
1 1t I with Cumberland route steamers, Application for Permit. I Postmaster General Smith calls Reports of a big cotton crop indi-

-'T. 1 t leaving Fernandina 1:30: p. m. daily TOTICS 6C4L4Ig1'OR.R.w\E.gAFOtlEEa OF APPLICATION' FOR PEBX1T: Public TO i.I the President's third-term declination cate that Dixie land is still a good
: except. Sunday arriving. Brunswick notice is hereby 11\'enlbat John K. Rogers I I "an act of self-abnegation." place to take your stand for happiness -
15 p. m.tLeave has Bled with the Board ot county commissioners -
I ot Columbia county, Florida, his And it was only an act of necessity.' and prosperity.
application for the right and a permit to sell t I
-; RS!.DIV.A N.a.._ 4t I,I Fernandina for. Jacksonville liyuors.wlnes and beer In Election District I _u-_----- --. ---- .. -
t KboIiVUle... T"UUlt -- '_ w il a No. IU,of said county .and State that such --- <
7:40 ;
Clty..;:. .........._ .__ 11 n a : a. m. and 4:50: p. m. application will be'acted on by the said tl'O <>wU 4>*(m>$Ow ?w<>w()+l)1U*<>5 U9<> <> <> <>w<) (m> Uw I. tO 'j. ._:'- ._.... If Up I Uoard ot county commissioners at their next >; &M iS .
{. J dlIIIII.__ -. .- I iMp Arrivals at Jacksonville from the regular meeting which will be held on the M d;:
:-II IIlkello_._..,__ _._. I first -#
> 1' a up North and East. No. 37 8:55 Tuesday in July.A. D.. 1901. at o'clock r
: hII. ___ _. a.m., In the
> : uoee S np417p; forenoon of said day. and the said M
", :r---:_ .........__. __.__ 27 9:15 a. m., No. 31 6:10 p. m. From Hoard hereby calls upon any citizen of such
.:' ftf 1 JIctIjn.--- ._._ 4 (lip the West No. 2 7:25 p. m. From the Election district who may desire to do so to 14fi
Ia''r"_ __ ...__- 10 50n South No. 24 at 8 : show cause, if any there be. at the said next -J H. BriggsPLUMBING
11ut>ilek ,-,--_....- _..-. S 1.0 a I a.m., No. 66 at regular meeting of said Board why such ti
"1&.'. ___ ......, 7tia j j I 3:55 p. m. permit shall not be granted to the appli
.- h .. __ cant. By order of the Board of county commissioners
Tain No.41 the Fla and Metropolitan Limited, vestibuled train between rf Columbia county. Florida. ESTABLISHMENT. 15o5
| This the 3rd day of June A. D., mil.
Jacksonville[ and New York, via Richmond and Washington including draw [SEAL] M. M. &CARUOUOCGH.. Clerk.

iB,room, dialog and ob&ervaman buffet between Jacksonville iNa. < >

'iD4T1m. f.t I joj Now located in the Rear end of the Perry Block, on Orange St. M

-. .M and Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train, consisting of day i Application for Permit.NOTICR .
;:..oacte, mail baggage and cars between Jacksonville and Wash
:;ttftoo and Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville and :New York. I ', >B-StWlNK.S A51' IIKKK. Public || a Supply of PlumbingHaterial.
'-.' Steamers for Key West and ilayanna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays.Tues- notice is hereby given that E. Uablm has 1 I' 1
ifcjiind Tbursda'sllOO tiled with the Board of county commisMoners r1
: p. m. of Columbia county Florida his ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION'
::Sox *and 1, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. cation for the right and a remit to"al'l'lI- &
Full informotion at City Ticket office 2tt! W. Bay street. Telephone 21' N ). G, of said county and Male: that such ; sir
I application will be acted on by the said', vl
"- i Board of county commissioners at their !l.y;
Gen'l Sup't GelVf' ss. Agent.JAS. next regular meeting,which will be held on IfL().( <>+<>.(>+(>+().()+( <)4'<).()+().\ <).().' ) >+<).<).<>.<)+< <>.<)
:r ,. PortsnVouth, Va. .. the lira Tuesday in July, A. D.. m. at 10
o'clock in the forenoon oi said and the
: day
..... Assistant Gen. Passenger: Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. said Board hereby calls upon any citizen ot I
ti= such Election District w bo may desire to do i ihO.
h' to show cause,it any there be. at the said i,
next regular meeting ot satu Boardwhysuch
; permit shall not lie printed to the applicant -
; f RCIA.SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. By order of the Board ot county i,
> commissioners 01 Columbia county Florid; : v
This the 3rd day ot June A. D., Wot.




". .- Subject to change without public notice. !. : Railway :

I :! 4 i
ffDe Qcic- STATIONS. Quick I Dixie I '5' rI
.r;); t'\1er. t't
Step Step liver i

'.halal 11 .IU .. ...... .... ... ..... ...... ....Ar {lap m I lOa III I I.I I. 5.- _
f .,:.., ... 111:1 51 P IU ....... .. thllllilla. ............ ... :" 4Ssi I' IU 2 S! II IU l __
; OJ' lit' 1)p IU .......... ...Virnua .. ...... ...... ... Y 951' m 2 31 II m 1. DIRECT: LINE-QUICK TIME TO
t. '........lilt UOIIIU .... ... .. t'Ie......... .... ....Lv : 'oj..1I1 215iiart I :
". ., iii 2014p01 Lv..........Cordele..... ........ ....Ar 2 (k3 p III 215s au : H JasbiBgtOR, Baltimore Philadelphia, '
1..11 teSm t50Jp III ........,...A..lilmrl1.......... ... .. ... 1-! 111I1 1 Sin mAr. new york, Chicago eiBciEuail .
.1.11I 330pm ..... .. ....1'ilon......... .... .r..l.v 1.2 p art I O Oa 1'1 Ccuiscille p
1-l-, ,Dual 331ipm L v.... ......_.I'lto II... .... ... .....AI 12311' III.... l2aa' III Atlanta, E "-
I\[ iii .I 05 11 iii ...r_.... ...(;parks.... ..:. .. .. ..../ tr2 1" w 12 2'! antI : Iqj 1 CUanasoofla menpbis, St. tOils, BiKansgaQity. '
111 .llIp IU .. .. .......U..arl..ine. .. ... .. 11 iil a III 2 H Sill'Ih
,.:aas 305p m 'r..... ....\ ... .... .. .r.vhIIOR III H :!5J'IU I 1t AND ALL POINTS HAST AND WEST. a,.
to "H&111I 305piu Ly..Vakusta. ........... .. Ar 11 10a iii 11 35p 111 y '
6001111I ....... .1 aaper..... ... .... .. .. .. 10 (ti n III hUI: ) III TRAn1eYARK t J F
..;.ZR. .11I .836p nl. ..--.White. S{'nugy..9 3a III 100.11' hi I t NO OTHER: LINE: AHHORDS SERVICE LIKE THISi
1'\. i' .101 pill dr.a. Ie e City.......... ....1\ !1 1"11 IIIII"m .
:jC AID ) Yip In I.v.........LakeCity.......... .. ..Ar I"lIiOa m 920'1'111 I THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS '
: wa m 851': hi "........ allllloIlCity.; ....... ... ... .7)1IUUI 10i1'1II BALKE'S !
i-Ma' al' 837 P rt ...... ......II 11011)I 011... ........... ..... 7 31 D III 7 52 p III i. AND THE U. S. FAST MAILTo
..'-.. -_", a 43pm \r..J>lIlutk. ...............I.v 8'aam 6 4tpu i
,. I thu Eaat ana North. f

....:..:...:: OAIS.'II.Lt FU. '" OAKWHISKEY

.1.11I tip to t.v--. ..Lake ..... _..... S alts-to- 9 ;01' III H LIVE THE CINCINNATI. & FLORIDA LIMITED =

pant,1 IIMPIII .........: ) t.ity.....,... 'rIIa III I 7.5I' m To the West and North-West.
L 8301III, Ar..Gainesville. ...........l.v (t45aw 7Oilau t
"J' NORTH BOUND SCHEDULES. : The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot

i- ?g Macon,C ol G U;. X C .t St f.Rv. Ill Cent U It an.1 connections.lOin. Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the

""r.1i3n p2 li M0piu l.v. ... ... .... .Uke Ciiy.... ... ....Ar-6 JON III 7tOp iuII World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville- to.
-1St 4 '. Ar. .... .. .. ..MacmiAt ....:.. .. .I.v 11 ii |p m ',;'valll SOFTENED BY ACE. Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina. .
p la 725am ... ......Atlanta ...... ......Lv S !! p in 7.II., a iu t .
' 11\111I;; 1001 .. .. \ 2 35 iu 3 01 a in '
= 11I Ar. ( hatlauooga..I. p fchoke; of Routes to Pau.Jlllulcaa Exposition Buffalo n. V.
i:,,.1111/... 65.11'11I -\r..S.. II\'III... ...... Li. !'IOI' ill 9'TX p in. Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition. ,

: 711hlll A!.. ....: .. .HLoui".I.\___8jl4pju_ 81tiu I Through Vtstibulcd Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cat, Through

"audDr i T5u nTXUlani i I\r. .... .I'iiirinalli. .. .. .I.\lllli0li m Til I 110 a iu Is the best and purest I .,Coaches E cellent Dicing Car Set vice.
....... .. >
............ "n..I.\ 7 101iu .: :
i.wkift; Rye Whiskey sold Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with

; 14a 'J0 time U shoo n trains da not slop. .. the Plant System from Jacksonville.For ,
Ds. 0u'.-1 and f llm"l>uie Fiver" have ihrough sleeprr ht'lwl't'n M r..ollls. wo.Kin. in the South. ,
via\ aldusa. anJ through parlor sleepinir rar HIt "al.1i i he-
-a Bates,Schedule aid Information,call on or addressW.
allol Palall... for the reception of pa.seagr m I-'on Depot. Mat'p
111,atilt awl rrtuaius that tllUt' Vacon open .Union Oepot on return until :30: a iu. anti can ill1L F. BALKE & CO., Proprietors T. COSBY".Tuteling: Pa: ngtr Agent,106 W,BIY bt,JACKSONVILLE.: FLA. I

riSCxLtr t BAW C. I'). Fist'. CINCINNATI,U. s. A. L 1L RARDWIC, $ General PUieliger Agt., W.H.T.1Y1.0E-Uit. Gen.PsSL AC. t
\'Iee Lake City la'la WASHINGTON,D. ATLANTA'
.l'reIldenl_ Agent Order p>iile4 to cur bead effic will beflUcd C. GA. iApr'n i
HUIIY Heaxs ,
ha.'Agent;'II KOO.(J F 1* Jacksonville, Fla. boot oof Mwet ccndlu4 dUSributo* 25th, 1901. .

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12 THE Ali 1Z N-REPORTER : Estabiishe l .

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t. IT SAVED HIS LEG. -.;. n>> '; ::90WH:90:

P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga., 4 '
COUGHS.M ASTHMA. suffered for six months with a frightful 1
- Er ; set a CwgkY Fole,'. Hone endTariolllWalltaedtolll running sore on his leg; but writes Nine !1 IN -
Cold.udelan ue et that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly
: ducsnu.cotes prompt nlie In til mwDonoteluG cured it in five day For Ulcers, Tenthsof I
iE Hone!and Tari.r .* f Asthma. : Wound., Piles, its the best salve in .
plautat; Mt Ud nngu this eith other medicine
r CbmUIa*BO opiate* Hut ... failed to sly the world. Cure guaranteed. Only
; uidb guaranteed.' raa relict I 25c; Sold by Geo. \V. Price. Pure Juices from Natural Roohl

t_; .. Fole CONSUMPTION.,'. HOIK* end. I'- GRIPPE...Lad the Orl ORDINANCE NO. 116. all the R cGOLATESihai- r, StomacHaii 1
Tar toe not bell out aced e t ani
Be it ordained by mayor
y tale hope In druuadtUgei ; Ilk FO- t
: PeopleSuffer IsCteaosestte&rtoilPoiii8sttei: !
t ,bat cUlmi to give and Tar city council of the city of Lake City, .1
? rellul la the Terr wont IOIKI and
....-ud I.euJ,1tai8aIoolloda racking tong Fla.Sec. aiuia! ;
I to thl ditee. 1. That whenever any structure iUars BIlioilsncssCpnsti

CROUP. t&u or building within the corporate from a U _; ak StOiiia I nlt; ImpaIr d Dir..stiaDiseased i

' fir of InUntsud Dr.J.C. limits of the ity of Lake City shall -- -

t p c,.. I Craap children e..ri dia DM Tauljf 01> and 1Ift1cb. become dangerous to the health of Eierf Bottls; 6&iraietf! t toy'G7r7 6e! Sifisfega,

.key InuacenU couldbeeaoedhad I and Tar the community on account of decay, Z'I.E, S3dCg=.Fjr -"
itt Fo< : it shall be the duty of the sanitary 'Liver Price, 50 Cents
toy's Honey and TaR nix tho
in- :
council to
ma ginm ttum U tin* committee of the city
spect or condemn such building or Frepirtd by JAMES F. BALLAD Stl* It.-

g ; BANNER SALVE is a Healing Wonder. structure and to cause a notice to be } ," <<- << ;

"- served by the marshal upon the owns .

i Sold by Geo. W. Price.BUIE'S .' er or agent in charge of such. building Sold by Geo. W. Price., -

or structure, or if the owner or x
agent te unknown, to be posted oa .

SAW MILL such building or structure, that the -'..MJ'ot..f1Ti t2T.jf;;bTor.trt2f: : tJ<\tsT.=7 T'.Y"A'Y"T ;.T; Z.1-: '
; same has been inspected and condemned -

and that such inspection and ; ; ; --, J.Qt

Four Miles West of Lake City. condemnation will reported to the The t

First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part. city council at its next meeting to be Offers to both sexes a goof ..
of the City on short notice. Address held thereafter, such notice giving FloridaAgricultural cation altngthejineacf I
the time and place of such next meeting -
II and stating the cause of such con Thought and AoMii ; i

-' -" -. demnation. That at such next meeting = = Scientific. Literary, Militarr as' i
the city council will hear evidence Industrial Departments Volt i

P. J. BECtfSCONTRACTOR- I and may by resolution delare College. complete outfit of apparatus. Et- J
bens'a reduced to a "mimas !
i whether such decayed building or *
AfNID Short-hand, Telegraphy, Bo* !
BUILDER. I|structure is dangerous to the health keeping, taught FBEE. <

U J, of the community, and whether it Send for a New Catalojaj to ; I

shall be removed or torn down, and
i by its notice to be served by the marshal
Lake C1tlrll'
1{ A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES. requiring the owner or agent in 'I \1nl'J.:131"iile.61

a CALL ON ME BEFORE SENDINQ AWAY FOR THIS KIND OF WORK. charge thereof to remove the same ; :
within such time as such resolutionand ;: : <> ;;: 1 e; ;; 1.:. .I JI1 .
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notice shall direct; and such resolution -

f WHITE'S CREAM and notice shall direct the

.. iWORMSlFor .marshal to tear down or remove such
.. building or structure if the owner or
1IJ&tla QIl&llIUy. n..Ua
agent shall fail to do so within the

20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. < W y time limited and specified in said

BOLD D'S:' ALL =3RQC3ra3Z8T6.: resolution and notice. And the marshal -

Prepared bs--" JAMES F. BALLARD St. LouIs. shall be authorized to hire and nail dugs
procure all htlp necessary' to the Po t arG
Sold by Geo. W.: Price. -
: S performance of his duties in removing -

'1 or tearing down such building or ,

j structure. I I II I Jj.s q vs -

Sec. 2. That owner or
any agent

Nashville, Ghauaooooa & St. Louis RAND !. in charge of such' decayed building I

'! or structure, or any other person,
; who shall resist, hinder or interfere I
Western and Atlantic R R. I'' with the marshal in the performance

t of his duties prescribed in Sec.; 1 of --
"Battlefields Line"'l'hrough
l I j this ordinance, shall be punished by

sleepers to Chattanooga! Nashville, and St. Louis. connecting in I a fine not exceeding $50000 or imprisonment -
union depots for Louisville, Cincinnatti, Chicago, Memphisand at hard labor for a period I La e Gitg Balanik
all points West and North-west. : not exceeding sixty days at the

c. E.HARMAN,G.P.A.,Atlanta,Ga. T. M. DOYLK.F. P.A. Jacksonville, Fla. !discretion.of the mayor. I '

1 Passed by council May.\l, 1001, QmpIDI
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L Fire Storm, Tornado and Cyclone insurance. i Approved May 27, U)01.. '<-r --
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j F. P.CONE, Mayor.. IRUtTSDEALER '.i
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COMPANIES REPRESENTEEr fcv "BOSS*. I ---, ; ? Cool Drinks,
j A SUPERB GRIPPE CURE.Johnson's FruitS"yfl'bles
: Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. h
Office in Vinzant Tonic is a superb grippecure. y
: Up-stairs Block.
Drives out every trace of Grip Tobaccos f c j
Poison from the sjntera. .Does it .
t Chalker & Small Agts. quick. Within an hour it enters the ,

I blood and begins to neutralize the effects Nuts, Raisins, Apply!
of the poison. Within a davit It
fIt places a grip victim beyond the pointof t. J

. . . . danger. Within a week ruddy I And Fine Candies. *
cheeks attest return of perfect

It Jl- Johnson's health Price Chill SOc and if it cures.Fever Ask Tonic.for .. \XrfACTCREKS AND BOTTLERS OF :t
Maker and Undertaker
= i. I Take nothing else. 19 1mar -ly' Soda Water, ,SalsaparillaStrawberry, (Gingef'

Seltzer Cider, Etc. -
It ItC Coffins Caskets always on hand at reasonable prices Promptattention -"'- -- ---- -

faded to.tu CAI.LS Day or Night. Telegraphic orders promptly. at- O Masters Sale: Geo.' J. Davis, Manager.

I FINEST HKARSE IN TilE CITY. O UNDER and by virtue ot a Dual decree In =--
losure ot mortgage in the Circuit -
h -O Court ot Columbia county.Florida in favor

OE. ot ners Nat under Adams the and firm Robert name W.and Adams style part-of m g&&&& >&$$ 4I

Adams Brothers.complainants:and against -
r .Lennitb Reese. deft; and naming{ the undersigned -
Op as special Master for this cause.
I will offer fur kale and will public O SUMMER IIEAT
outcry. to the highest and best bidder for
cash,at the tropt ot the courthouse, in the
; Ji2'g bours town of onMonday Lake City,.'Ia.., between the lawful O The thermometer will Boon be climbing to the Summer -
O ; eat mark. You will soon be Uhing: you could
July 1st, .1. $, 1901 Vonc'anECt along Without that:awtallj hot range.TRY =,
all the following described real estate to "
wnA one-attn interest all that: tractor *
I lot of land lying and being situate in tUe BLUE FLAME.,j
county of Columbia. state: of Kloridc,de
scribed as follows: Ten acres on the East: ---
side ot the Northeast Quarter of the North mue Flame makes: an ideal heat for cooking'-quick.

IL ; Quarter of Section Thirty-five. Township convenient and economical We have Stow you want ;1
Three. Range Seventeen. South and O It costs: but little-and Is a great labor saving dence- I J
i O -- -. = OS Kast lying south of the Florida Central and All slus-witb or wltbont cooking utt'n"lb
Peninsular Railroad. being a portion of the O :
O Q tract formerly known as the Andrews
Buggies and Wagons for sale and Built to Order. General Repair- tract and derived by J.J.Young by descent"
a spccialtr. All work guaranteed. Carriage material for sale.also a>the property of said: detdndant or HO O
'agent tor-Marble Monument :and Grave btuue? much Uiereot as will be necessary to the .,
satisfaction; of said decree and all costs.
; J. A.. FISI-ZEB ; Terms cash. Purchaser to part for title -
Lake Fla., !
NI I City May 31>t. Mil. 'I
I 113-11 7 HAMILTON STR., LAKE. CITY, LA.ft *w FRANK Spe DEFERRO vial Master., Try. YoM

: T.B.OUTER,Complainants Solicitor. O an can _.


l- a:13 ZOi5"3 l L06'ERS' OF f .f FRESH f MEALS J O Iron Afford
OGitOOi ais ot>sair tfl ia: a>d .0 King'" I I'


ut Uluttrtttil I Will find all they requireat i
'p CatalogM the Shop,ot I
1 "
t -TellWkattoPlaBtaidHovt*- aw-.I O _____ J
1 Crow aa4 Colson & Rivers <
ket the Great

g _Moaey HUIdof Prints .! .... 5o;tk_ Market corner Marlon and You'll Have Better Meals, and the Cook a Better Tclnr '.: I

r p I Perches, Pear PIli", Hamilton streets, oppoalteJ. I, the
i carry
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2 Trees Kit TreesGrapes, rir i *,Satsama aid other Young w ;
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Low Prices
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toe city. We deliver late
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