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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
July 5, 1901


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
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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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=.< COUin ?1IIS ES|E"tabt: 1886 Au8'2i 1900 LAKE CITY,, FLA., FRIDAY, JULY_ 5, 1901. Vol. XXVII No. 34

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@ I carry the most complete Grocery Stock in @
Middle Florida and am in a position to

i save you money. Have on Hand constantly all kinds Fancy Package ant! Can Goods. I I

s Fruit Jars Cheap! I f I I '

I had an opportunity of buying a car-load of Fruit Jars cheap and want to sell them in a I

like manner rather than carry them over, as we haven't store room. Come to my place I

for Fruit Jars, a big saving to all purchasers. My Feed line II

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!S Hay, Corn, Oats, Etc., I s II II _

is complete and the i prices are right. I'm in the Lead in my line, for pl"Od'go into any

I other house in this city and see it they will do as well by you-as Starr will. II II *

n 16 Ounces a Pound. J f I

AVeigh your goods when you take them home. Some merchants to keep up[ call 13 and *

li* s 14 ounces a louml-satisfY yourself by weighing all packages. I buy all kinds of #

Country I'roduce. paying highe market price, try me. Goods delivered to any part : I

I M.WIi of the city on short notice.; I @

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(Porter & Glovers Old. Stand)
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THAT 00 AND li ious, charitable, literary and securities. In force April I, 1901,2 : The following is a sermon which I I DON'T HURRY OR WORRY.
& ,THOSE THAT STAY. other similar purposes; mortgage or cents. expresses a volume in a few words:

.' pledge; manifest for custom house Brokers note or memorandum, not "I saw a dancing bubble upon the silo : While you are investigating the
*::Ose of the greatest nuisances that or clearance medicines, otherwise specified, 10 cents. II merits of various
,l entry proprietary ver surface of a restless river. Fora I scientific! formulas 3
this country for some older for of Certificate of profit or showing interest -
to teach
; payment money moment it sparkled with a golden I essaying humanity how to =
stamp tax which has I at sight or on demand; perfumery in association or company I light as it caught the sunshine's glory keep cool on a hot summer's day it

::s fete ainjorce for the past few years. I and cosmetics; power of attorney; property, and all transfers thereof. : and I thought how beautiful it ,I may be as well not to lose sight of
; toes were levied to meet the promissory notes; protests; telegrams For each $100 of face values or frac-. was. Then it went clear down. For j the homely old prescription-"Don't ;

.<::Jcreisd expenditures during -and ; telephone messages; ware- tion, 2 cents.Certificate. I a moment the river told me where it 'j I hurry and don't worry." ..y
WJeiiBj our war with Spain. While of stock, original issue,' I
house .
receipts.The had vanished and then swept on Take things as easy as you can. If
!{cellt ally not for each $100 face value fraction, :
burdensome or
very they : I it is
following stamp taxes are to I without a ripple on its placid bosom. Jour temperament to make ,
{-hiebeen' the. source, of continual j I remain indefinitely: 5 cents.Certificate of transfers 'for And I thought how like of lives was j trouble for yourself, calmly recog- ;
"tor stock ,
,'and' the time when theyjjtaUbe I Bills of exchange (inland,) drafts, each $100 face value the bubble on'the river. For a moment '1! nize the fact and go about the necessary ,
repealed has been looked I I etc., when drawn otherwise than at cents. or fraction 2 we struggle in our tiny spheres I task. of discounting tempera j
Tbe. anxiously. I sight or on demand, and for each renewal Conveyance,$.',500 and less exempt. -hope and toil and struggle, love 'ment. Make a joke of it if you can

rtaeita abolition of some of these j for each $100 or fraction, 2, Over $:!,500, not exceeding$3,000,25c; ; and long and dream, and then go 'j I -in fact, make a joke of anything

;- of provided for at the lasttangs cents. for each additional $:,00 or fractionin down beneath the surface forever.In I and everything you can-and see if

: Ih Itnd of Congress the to take effect at I Bills of exchange (foreign) or letter excess of $300,25 cents. J a short time the tiny rioples we you can't fool yourself into being .4
present fiscal year. of credit (including money or- Entry at custom house. Not exceeding have caused die out and the great reasonably comfortable in despite of t'
?; mare| to remain Indefinitely. '{ ders by telegraph or otherwise) payable $100 in value, 25 cents; ex-? river humanity flows on undisturbed.So your temperament. The humor of
[;:'n*,.tamp taxes which were no i outside of the United States, : ceeding $1A)and not exceeding $.50),'I let us strive with our brief exis- the undertaking! should in itself be

w"'e;were;rquired after the 30th of i drawn singly or otherwse than in 50 cents; exceeding $500, tUx tence to reflect only the !sunshine, refreshing to you. H f, z
!* tho.e which-have fallen |wets of three or more, for not ex- Entry for withdrawal from customs not mirror the clouds above us." Anyway, don't hurry and don't
largest number of people, ceediug :jlOO, 2 cents, and for each bonded warehouse, 50 cents. worry. Both these things are deplorable *
Wlief from You can never cure dyspepsia
: them will bring very I additional( ) or fraction, 2 cents. Passage ticket by vessel to foreign at the best of seasons. They
Pval satisfaction.follo dieting. What your body needs is
If drawn in sets of two or more, for port, costing $50, 50 cents; for eachi, lessen the achievemeut of anyone f."
< > !are the taxes which every bill of each set for a turn not additional $50 or fraction, 50 plenty of good food properly diges who indulges in them. They area r
:'vet. out of effect June 30th namely, exceeding $100 in value of United Sleeping car, berths in or seats in ted. Then if your stomach will not bign of weakness. They make your

oa bank checks; bill of lading, States standard, 1 cent; for each ad- palace 01 parlor cars 1 cent. digest It contains it Kodol all of Dyspepsia the natural Cure digest-will. life foolish and futile, and in summer

\: .MPrtonlybjndsof suretyship. ditional $100 or fraction, 1 cent; exception Wines when bottled for sale, upon ants,hence must digest every class they out-thermometer the thermometer
?"*pt on re-indemnfying: hoLds to : Bills of exchange drawn each bottle containing one pint or of food and so p pueit that nature in the line of putting you into a
: l< l.tkthe 50cent less 1 can use it in nourishing the body and bweat. Swear off from them during
stamp required j against value of products or mer- cent; upon each bottle con-
)1I.1it! *mud by the principal is rt* taining more than one pint, 2 cents.It replacing the wasted tissues, thus the dog-days. Resolve that youwon't .
!n chandise actually exported are ex giving life health strength, ambition hurry nor worry, and then you 3 ";' bonds of states, counties, empt. is! important to know just which pure blood and good Jbeajltby ap) will be a cooler and more comfortable -s
-vani* municipal corporations; Bill of lading, a stamp to each and taxes are to come off and which are petite. A. H. Wise. >oul.-Exchange.
*** (if certain and loan to remain. It would be idea I
j building receipts) 1 a good
t duplicate (except express J It'is said that legislature wUich THE SAME OLD STORY.J. .
:: tious
; certificates, except to cut the above list out and paste it
::t ate$.of profit; certificates of cent. certificatesof in a convenient place for reference. adjourned only a few weeks ago was H. Kelly relates an experience"v
Bonds debentures or
?;itJlOiltL chlrter! parties; domestic for each $1U or It is hoped ,that congress at its one of the most extravagant that similar to that which has happenedin
:e*2 orders; drafts flight andde- next session will be able tc repeal all l has convened for years: The News almost every neighborhood in the
f fZ reil8 receipts; insurance fraction, 5 cents. of the remaining war taxes but thatis admits that the appropriations were United States and has been told and
-.q.tI14b.leail' + *; l legacies! tore'TURNED Bonds, re-indemnifying, to securi very doubtful unusually large, but fails to see the re-told by thousands of others. lie -'

; ties, 50 cents. extravagance in these appropria says: "Last summer I had an attackof
'-gE1Tg!fAN YELLOW. Brokers and others, on each sale r- tions. Some appropriations doubt- dysentery and purchased a bottleof
: :Gt' agreement, etc. For each $'k ) or Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
;-consternation felt General Debility less could' have been left off, yet
was byM. of merchandise or Diarrhoea Remedy, which used according
fraction value
-: ettds of A. Hogarty.ofwhen Day la and out tbare U that feeling ot there are ohers_w ichoug i to have to directions and with en-
-Iix1.ctonlryt: ; they saw he face value of stocks, bonds or other weakness that tomes: a burden of itself. been made, hence; taking it all in tirely satisfactory results. The
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: taa 1agyeUow. His skin slow Food does-not strengthen. all the News believes the legislaturewas trouble was controlled much quicker
than former attacks when I used
1 ged color, also his eyes, and BEST'LINIMENT FOR STRAINS. Up do.not refresh. .' a good one,, and acted in most other remedies. Mr. Kelly is a well -
erect terribly. His malady war It 13 lira tao, bard to bear, wlist'sUxJJ instances foe toe good of-the..whole known citizen of Henderson, N. C.
-ft*k w 11undice. was treated byTe Mr. F. H. Wells, the merchant atDeer'Park ts easy-vitality Is on the ebb,t id i.rtatePalmetto N ws. For sale by (;. W. Price druggist.
tIiOCtors'but wihout benefit. Long Island, N. Y., says: the whole system goffers.KOI. -: --:-,: j-=--s.WIIATTWOCENTS -
-"fc!.. WU advised to try Electric "I always recommend Chamberlain'sKiln :this ttmdlt 3M takesflood's : VIL- DO.It''will'bring ._J Evidences of oil have been discovered -
"g the wonderful stomach and Balm as the best liniment for Sarsaparilla relief 'to sufferers in low lands near Tampa.C.a.&TOR.lA..
-f k1a I'tlDedya.nd he writes: "After strains. I used it last winter for a
B (.'r.Jbwle8 I was wholly I severe lameness in the side, resulting It titalfces the blood, gives vigor and tone i from asthma* or consumption: _even .
.: d>. ii"1 Proves its matchlesswil from a strain, and was greatly) to ell the orguis and fomtlons, awl it in the2 worst' cases. This is about :
aU stomach, liver and kid pleased with the relief and positively unequalled for all run-down ordebliiiated I what'one dose of 'oley's Honey and Beers tin
nuhlesOnly Me. Sold by I cure it effected. For sale by G W. (oo it100s.W1 Tar costs.. Isn't it.worth a trial?... G. ipanr. G-
,_;'Price, ,druggist.. Price, druggist._ '81"11J.i elill-.ul11 L:+a. 9S 0diIs.. W. Pric.e\_-:,; iih :..:d.. It .
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t 2 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established $

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; country. Our people prods ce from
the ground resources, that no otter

people have: Rut, as we :are today,
that the t.dfewinR d*>cribed lands will be '-
we have not learned to utilize whatwe NOTICK1sberebvci\en '.the 1st da* ot.\ipist A'D 1'11'1. at the coaA at ai i
have lathe coming together of I!"hn'Il of l.ake City,in the county of tv.minbia Mate of Florida. or so mlcj -i;
Will be necrv.arr to iathe amount due fur fairs herein opposite
" the farmers, the fruit-grow and I wild the cost of such sale and advrrtiing.OWNER. she-sngt"B3 r,11,.i

i the stockuieu of the state fair, we I -=- DESCRIPHOVnX'oTlof ,
On Jellies \\T Uii
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y / each of us will learn what our neighbor -. I Ben Adam :. : ..:: No. 31 ne div --' -. .. -
preserves and pickles,i pread Burton. Mrs K P nt./of lot No. 2 extern divot .. ..JhU
: may doing and Low sncce sI a thin coating of redaed I ,,
fully. 1 Bartleson W K. No. 44 and ';. a L'1lut No. (61; soutl -

i1J After I, Every, farmer, producer or growl LFARAFFINEWAX Barber G W n -.. n' t lot No.of GS&F.57 ne div nwdiv 2l t. acres less a strip ., "- -.

1" S Sti ; of whatever kind should see and off n end 105 ft &.> by 210 ft e&w .

know every labor-saving tool of Brown Caroline______ p3lkLnwdir '.." acre------- h." --if

every kind, and see it in operation, Byrd W A ... ._n.u Lot No. Ill ln dir h"h ,
\ 1-'. heirs oL- F. i of lot No. 70 div ,_ Iii.h
i\ Baby ;;o far as possible. The dairy, the Will keep them ataolnUOl moirtnw and BayaJ _" .
I : acid proof Para iDo Ws7a also.......ifaHnSail sw J-a of lot No 26-i e. < apiary. and poultry, the _horses, .cattle a 4incUouia doUl oac1l wa"pound about'ptckift.11.110. 0" -:. ,"'W 1,; of lot No 2inr dir_ ".'-" '

sheep and hogs should come together 60ld ....,. Baya Olivia__n.. 2 aCrei'off st cal of Lit No 323 s div': -- ---". 'I

Comes. on the farm, and at annual STANDARD OIL CO. Lots No SO ia blk 3 a.d 1'). and 11 ---" ". If

I state fairs and at farmers' insti- 1"It and 12: in blk 47. of .1 in e cor of ;1

lot No :I:!! s- div _ ,
In the diva following the baby's birth tutes. We must the .. .. Ii
1i i there is often a long up-hill struggle to study economyof I Campbell Robert_. '1.jainbtkDin Ciiae's addition in i "-- :

' .4U f; recover strength and the nurse busies transmuting unavailable productions I div and h'in.: het\\'eeuFC.PR 1.

1 L : herself in thi preparation of jellies and into marketable resources. We, R Washington St . t:
t broths for the invalid. must learn success from ourselves, Croft, T PMr_ _--- ._ ., Part of I-It No. 312 w div, bounded i i If

When Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and I ._ __ ..._ .. ,_ .. by MaJi-ja st, e by Joe Robinson,
we must bring ourselves together ;; :
4 is used as a preparative for motherhood r- -is said the next railroad move of s by Orange *t and"R F Rogers..., ..'. .. l
the baby's advent is practically ; shoulder to shoulder, that we Cannon E. heirs ofDickson __u Lot No. 41 ne\die __ "

R painless, there is abundant strength to may help each other. MriFlagIer will be_ the extension of Win__f..- .. S i of lot 11.). 43 nu div ,'_ .'1 : :::: : :

nuns and nourish the child, and a rapid Does any citizen doubt that we his road from Miami to Key West. Davis Laura_________ Part of lot No. 9:; n div beginning at, -1)

} recovery from the shock and strain inseparable have now an opportunity in our !!j i This done-the Florida East Coast Ry. the sty cor and runs n on Taylor
1 1 from maternity. st 55} ft. thence east 103 ft
p .! thenc
would business
state fair? Let every citizen give control most of the
Or :I s 531 ft, thence 103 ft to of 1
I was pleased that Pierce aa>weied my -'this! pt
letter. write Mrs. C. W Youug. of 21 south the management his hearty cooperation country would do with Cuba; I beg----------------------------,,_ .

TI L' i': -Regent When I street had tboie(Lee Park nu.uaui). Wtlkubam I began ,to Feuua think and success will be assured* x J I Porto.' Rico and Central America. also st; of the O\Vl4 lot No 98,c -- --... .

< I would never have children My back used Yours very truly, div.-.-- __ h un. _.. : 1.-----
i! v f to lino)>t break aud I would get kick at my G. P. HEALY, It is easier to keep well than get E ('cast' LimberiCo.: _. Lot P w div 1J in w div \_ .
stomach and have such headache I did not Fiink M ..Mrs __ _____ Part of lot No. 122 '
; n diY
Gen beginning
1' know what to da; they wed to .rt me nearly r Mamager.i 1 j cured. DeWittVLittle"Karly Risers; i ... 5-
and I ed to dread 4 t> at a stake at corner of R
crazy u to get up I felt so i Rand5th
i : bad; then I began taking Dr Pierce Favorite "I am indebted to' Ones Minute e '1 taken-now and their, will .always .. i. st runs s 345 ft. thence e 123k i'nn.
Prescription When baby was expected I took keep bowels in perfect order. I
.cu' it all the time I wa that way I fell fine all the Cough Cure for my present good your ft, hence n 34. ft, thence w lZJ}: ;
t time. aud I never get those dizzy spells now I 'i They never gripe, but promote an on nIt st to beginning_ ___ :
hardly ever have a nervous headache any more. health and my life. I was treated in ; easy, gentle action. A. R. Wise. I First, MiS )r.s_______ Lot No 257 eastern diva n. __ .--.U'I
z ; I have a perfect romp of a boy; he is the light I __ I h. .".. II!
vain -
doctors ;
of oar home 1 am now twenty years old and by for lung trouble following Foster Charlie______ of undivided interest in Ii.: '4 of tot
my baby is almo eight mouths old. I now feel I LaGnppe. I took one minute I From now until the close of the No. 2 I i well, and weigh 180 pounds. and the iubv 231! Cough 'ure and recovered my health. World's Fair of IMJ: the city of St. Foster \rnett.n.n_. }| of undivided interest ia se 0.14 of !f&t

I pound medicine We did eel for very us grateful We are for both the good healthy our, Mr. t:. II Wise, Madison, Ga. A. II i i j Louis will be the busiest city on the lot Xo. 2>> nw div .__._n. .. : :

thanks to Dr. Pierce, medicine Wise. !! face of the earth. GauldinAheirs of.._. Part of lot X.. 26, central div, b? m

:Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets keep the -- .. >>. ;ginning at a point b5 ft s of the Ii
'' .bawds healthy. Hanna's machine is hard at work i : Heroine clears\ the complexion. ; /1 t r ne corner, runs 9u ft, then s 4',.
a in Qhio. It thinks it's I ft then 1N< ft
making grist w then s 105: ft
T for the presidential mill of 1904. gives buoyancy to the mind, cures -" then e 210 ft, then n 115 ftu-

3 BENEFITS OP STATE FAIR. headache: regulates the.stomach and point of beg m_ ._u ____ 'n ., ncL
', Those who live on farms are es' i bowels, stimulates the liver, and is, Green R M, R H Loviet .n

Maj. G. P. Healy, general manager pecially liable to many accidental 1: in fact, a perfect guardian of health. AgtGommA. __:__.________ ,Lots 34 and & nw div--- hh __ !

x .of the state fair, yetterday issued cuts burns and bruises Price 5t lc. G. W. Price. ._ _:_.._ .. "I Lot No >4 n div ._ 0. .-. '" iJ
which heal Ii i ILirdon.JPHarris ___ ._ \V .. of lot Nu. 1Y'div. .. --- fi3Yl
the following address to the peopleof I rapidly when Ballard'a Snow Lini- ..Jat2
> Those few poets who have f Maria----*-- so '4 of lot No. % n div. __._ _. .. ..
the state, urging and bringing be- G.ment W.applied Pi *. Price iV and-.50c. I! celved pay for their songs in .le.j Hancock N'1 .-_- .. __ Lot No. 249 central div____ .. ; flnnn

i fore' them the benefits which the fair ice. 1! of June should be arrested for obtaining Hudson LucyEI'uchingson __. _.. Part of lot No. 9u n div. Begins 551;

3 will bring at- it n of sw corner, runs non Tay
A bullet fired
1 a St.Lo is negro money under false pretenses
lor st55i ft, then e 103 ft then ]
To the People of Florida: The split on his head. There s
are some
I aiI ft, then w 105 ft to pt of b.*
Florida State Fair, organized by gentlemen brains into which you cant beat any\ ;\ Those famous little pilL, DeWitt'a ginning___u u --..__. ___u .u ._....
Ji deeply interested in all the thing. ;|I IDeWitt's Little Early Risers, compel your] C J, heir

: material interests of the state, believe II liver and bowels to do their duty, ofHunter__ _. _________ ___ Lot No. 2 J nw div._.__u_ _hnh. tf:
) that lesson Witch Hazel Salve! thus giving you pure rich blood to I L L, J II Hunter -- '"

state fair will an object furnish will such as a should be promptly applied to burns,i f I recuperate jour body. Are easy to agt-__n n_____. 5-j,) ft onfia t ride o'f lot No. 83 n div .. ... Ill.
he of
.. such cuts and scalds. It soothes and quick-i i i take. never gripe. A. R. Wise. : Also lot No. 54 central div .. Ulii

value to all of her people that they ly heals the injured part. There are i! __-_ Hammock B IL------ EioflutNo.69nediv.! ._... hn. .. "- .. 51

may depend upon the people them- worthless counterfeits. Be sure to j Nature has been chosen as art's AKo sw'4 of lot No.265 east'n div ... ... Ifl

selres fo/ such hearty support that get DeWitt'A.. R. Wise. i active partner in the performance Hadley S II____.__n__ NTs of the nw 4 of lot No. 79 n div_ .. .. .._ HI
Ida___ ______ _
,, Henry of a in Ilk D n div bounded on the :
i already a complete success i* as - -- of the great task of making theWorld's
If Minister1'00 really thinks that; nbyFC&Pltlte by John Col-l Jt
sured. ( Fair a thing of beauty. man, s by Robert Campbell and ;
there is a good chance for the Chinese '
; Our State Fair will show not only Ii -- Wilson Bros, w by Lee Thigpen.. ,.. _.

to our people. but to outsiders, home- exclusion act to be repealed he t i There is no longer an excuse for Jones AlexJohnson _-___ nw >4 of lot No. 113 n div __ __._ 0. __ '-''_. .. t.

seekers and has a most remarkable si:.ion. I! anyone to suffer the torture inflicted Handle___._ __ L.1t1'o. ;Onw divm --_. --- -- _n__ .. 331b
the -
e fifagnitude ,I by piles when Tabler'd. uckeJe Pile : Also lot F nw div.h.__.__ :::
:.f ':of bur resources. We have A POOR Mll.LIOyAIRE1, i"f Ointment cure them.'a% remedyso Johnson Luvenia"_-_ E i3 of the eJfa( ) in bit D n div_*. ::::: :f:
nexer show n our own peopleor Lately starved in London becausehe moderate in price and so effect- Johnson J.aurah._ __ N toO of lot l+tln div ._______ _ . II

to outsiders the extent of'our raw could not his food. ive. Price 511 cents In bottles.Tubes Kirby Wallace_______ Lots No. 49 and id ne div.--_- _h :. ... .HI
material the digest Earlyuse <; ,j cents. O. W. Price. Livingston Henryno S ;s of the ne ,". of lot No. 96 n div_. :.. .. .U
or possibilities of our of Dr. King's New Life Pills LovierMrs R II, RH .

;: climate and soil for immense stock I would have saved him. They i: Germany has announced recognition -I I.ovier agt___.. _,__ Lots Nos. 54 and 5.) w dir_..__ ______ __u.. ... 16-*

I productions. strengthen the stomach, aid diges- of I Levingston L__... B ** of lot No. 32 ne div _. __ Ii
the Monroe -
3 By our State Fair we will show tion, promote assimilation, improve ''{I Doctrine.' Kaiser; Masonic Hall (col). _. XI.| of lot No. 100 e div_m._______ _-- m 4,'
appetite. Price 25c. Money backif Wilhelm is not yet ready for trouble. Moodie Roxie____ _._ Sw l-i of lot No. 44 central division. _:::::::: U
everybody how much i is
being done, not satisfied. Sold by Geo. W. Germany and America are too Mattox Annie, Porterlatlox

and learn ourselves what more we Price, druggist. !' ly to afford conflict. flend-I agt.u Sw .'4 of lot 97 a div___._ ___ _h.n h _m n

ought to do to place our>eltes! in the St. Louis that'i I Also lot No. 43 nw div______ .__ ._ _'" : %2'u
front rank of the great common- can s> dly testify !; "I wish to McDonald Flora_______ N14 of net; of lot No. 96 n div.____ U
; truthfully state to 0. ----
Philadelphia is not the you McElroyGAMcNeil __ .
wealths of the only city Lots Nos. lil,63,6.JOO; ne div 'hh" .:::: 361
country. There is where valuable franchises : and the readers of these few lines Also blk B
have been ((14 acres) ne div 3il
nothing we so much need as the advancement given away as political spoils. i. that your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is M, MrLn._ NT 1 of lot No. 119 n div_ __ __ _ _0._ : .... %1
___._._ Niblack L & S___._____ --
of our agricultural Lots Nos. 280 281
without 288 289
- con- question, the best and only e diy__--__ .-- u.>
I 1 ditions. Our people should learn Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician cure for dyspepsia that I have ever Perry I Perry }J----u.W._ ._ S !4 of lot No. 31 ne div n_ __. __ .. ..._,,-_... :: II
i' how to make them profitable. of Smith's Grove, Ky., for ,: come in contact with and I have n un. Se con of lot No, 19 central div .J2 ft

over his used other preparations." nand s by 117 ft e and w ... .. __ _.- 38 iI.
1 FAIR A GREAT SCHOOL. thirty years, writes personal 1 many Perry Retta, J W Per .

The fair is a great school; a series experience with Foley's Kidney Cure. I John preparation Beam West equals Middlesex Kodoi Dyspepsia Pa. NoI ry guardian.:..u__ Part of lot No. 16 central diy beginning -

I: of lectures.; Here every man, woman "For years I have been greatiy; Cure as it contains all the natural at the ne cor runs w 80 ft

f and child must learn bothered with kidney trouble and enlarged digestanta. It will digest all kinds then s IIX ft, then e 80 ft, then n

I Et something of prcstrate gland. I used everything ; of food and can't help but do you Roberson W E 105 ft to pt of beginning .. .___ u(
interest and heirs of
t1 profit. The management known to the profession i!i good. A. R. Wise. Part of lot No. 10 c div beginning at

; does not intend this as a street without relief until I was induced to .- -- a point 105 ft s of the of then A ..

i4 j how, or hippodrome, or circus, buta try Foley's Kidney Cure. After using j j The mosquito can be exterminated cor and runs e 10.1 ft, then s 2rt'4
t State Fair "of three bottles I was entirely relieved by the ot kerosene I ft, then w 105 ft to pt of beginning
the use and
people, for the the New
and cured. I prescribe it now 0. 10 Ii
w r people and by the people." Some daily in my practice, and heartily 'I I Jersey people are to get rid of this I Roberson Stephen__. Se J; of lot No. 104 n niv 0. "n 0. ..: : ujJ

f body must interest himself in such a recommend its use to all physicians insect if an oil pipe has to be laid Roberson Joseph__ __. Part of lot No. 333 s div bounded n

movement far enough to organize it for such troubles, for I can honestly from there to Texas. I by Tony Franklin, e by Alachua

# and carry it forward to the end but state I have prescribed it in hULI I --- st, s by H A Wilson, "w by J H

; dreds of cases with perfect success." Moore's Pilules Baker ___ _.. .. .
are a guaranteed --
the people of our state must mak I G. W.Price. ScottS AThompson_______ ___. 3ainswcorofblkDn div ._. .. HS'
cure for all forms of --- -
the success; from them only can Malaria, Ague, I Also s !. of lot No 109 n div ._. _. ;: 45
h --- -
come the Cows at the Buffalo Exposition are >, Chills and Fever:, Swamp Fever, Ma- S B, Assignee -
themselves support and the, world will how show to milked three times daily. They larial Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaun- A B Hart__. i SJ.: of e i of lot No. 30 nw div 33':!

greata would not be worked overtime this :i dice, Biliousness, fetid breath and a acres------------- __ __ . 11
state:, their patrimony. Each if tired, listless feeling. They cure Also e yt of lot No. 63 50-100 acres : :: 11
and every one must bring the signs way they belonged to a union. !:1 Rheumatism anti the lassitude following I Also t.; acre center of lot No. II! -

1 and handiwork of his calling and occupatiun. LOOK! ASTITCrTJN TIMEr Mood poison produced from I n div ---n.h _u___.. --.-.-- l'
malarial poUomng. .No Quinine. Also acre in blk E
Saves 4 bounded e
Nothing is too small nine. Hughes' Tonic
oi (taste
No Arsenic Acids by H A Wilson
or Iron. Do not '" s by Jefferson st
i too great to show pleasant), taken m early Spring and ,
; nothing too insigmticant. i ruin stomach or teeth. w by Alfred Hall
Entirely n by Croom's
( We must improve our conditions rre\'enu chills, dengue and ma tasteless. Price, 50c per box. Dr. I lot n div 2.l00acren____ .... HI
j along lineWe Acts on the liver, tones C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main I Unknown_ __ __ _h Sw 'i' of lot No. 35 ne div..__ nh_ .. llO
mUst the
up system. Better than calamel ; Street j{ Unknown__ __ .. 'h nh ;
I St. Louis Mo. acres in I r
Geo. vv. ne cor of lot No. LN9 div .
lire nearer home. We must learn to and quinine. Contains no arsenic. i Price, druggist [mar'oilyrjiCol. i( Unknown_ __ _. _... Fract of lot No. 285 divuu e Iii
utilize what we Guaranteed, try it. At druggists. ( Unknown_________ % e n n.h "
produce.. An
earnest V3: of lot No. I
Me and 41 I 121 n div________.__ .
bottles. !
i I lesson taught to our children, I aprlTolOver I W. J. Bryan promptly denied Unknown________-________-__- In hilt 325 s div lots 1, 6, 3._. .. 311

that the farm the -- Lot No. 56 nediv_ __ _____ __ _. US
sent _
I garden and grove 100,000( ) crates of tomatoes reports out through the I Unknown____-_______:.51 of lot No. 1St
will afford opportunities and independence I press that he was in j Unknown___ III n div !.. aum_ __. __. .
have been from sympathy with ______. Nw
shipped the Miami -- of lot No. : H
h :
j 4 100 ndiv_._____ __ ___ _. ..
the Unknown__ _
of life known move out West ____._
in for Lot
3 the No.
no other section this season. j organ- u U :a nw div _____ __ __ %
I t ization i i Unknown. ____...._. --- .
walk. of 1 Sw of lot
a new third party. i! Unknown_. -- 4 No. ;) nw divhh_. _ __
_- 5>w '{ of lot No. 'ii
--- central __ .
s t WILL BE REPAID. I Unknown_____.._...,hXe > div u h ", "
{ IT DAZZLES 4' of lot
Y TUB WORLD. j No. 4 central dfv___._ __ .
5 The management of the fair, and I I j Ioknownu;_______. *>'e J., of lot No. 64 -'. 46fi
i central __ __
discovery has Unknown_____ n '
ever created ___. .
f one No. 71 U'
the public-spirited people who cooperate nw div. __._ .. __ -
eN3111'lUiill"M IIIU *'. quarter of the excitement that has'I i Inknownh.h__. W }! of Jot No. 9n n.h 1 its
with them will be than ; div.h__ __ '
Unknown. ,
t ___
ja il runny pug IMI r been caused Dr. 00 -- Lot No. 65 1 S.
by ne
New i div----------------
King's Discovery ._
for all 'lii i Unknown __ "
repaid their time, and mlJDygiven lpatLA4a f PI a OhssQ for Consumption. Its unh.___ Lots Nos. 66 and 4f--------------- __ -
to the interest of our rural severest William McHenry__ Xwl.i of hilt E 3 t
tests have been !I nw div __._____ n' .
:1 on hopdev victims
people.. I s of consumption, pneumonia '1 a strip off sw 14 off of blk E
j We la ft e'and w by 21o ft nand 08
occupy a unique I portion in hemorrhage pleurisy and oronchitis ; s
of w side of nw div___.__ .
;i the agricultural condition of ua r. thousands of whom it has restoi rd to Weil E A uuhu___- -Nw4of lot No 236 n. 1:
i div __
perfect health. For coughs, colds, !I[ Washington Jno_.___- Ea, of e J'; of hilt K e h U n 361 '
----- asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness !IWilcher Robt .______ X! ofe'of ow div_._ ._ Sil'
1 Business men ,who lack the vim, and whooping cough it is the quickest I Vaughn Mose_ -n-- LotN .3fne div---blkK nw div_ __._ _
snap and,vigor they once had, should I i BEY surest cure in the world. It isi .m.- __ .

; t use Herbine, it will purify the blood, J| sold tees by satisfaction Geo. W. Price or refunds, who guaran-money 'I i -- W. J. EDWARDS. City Tax Colt toe or'_ .'

strengthen :iivngoratt1 the
sys! Large bottles 50c and ill -
1 4 Trial
a tem. Price:50 cenu. G, W. Price i I ties free. bot-1| Subscribe for The Citizen-Reporter $1 Per Yearu !

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;,Established 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER.. 3

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"Ii'' Compulsory Arbitration. I I I Turning Out Brick. i' Rcmber the date of the state j
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; .\ dispatch from Norfolk Va.f of We paid a visit to the plant of the fair, November Will to 22ml.! Not 9

Does 1 July 8 says that organi/ed C;(.,1.11111.1 Brick Company Mo.idayi'1iu ;(I iiy! the individual farmers stock DON'T WAIT.IfyouKnewhowSCOTTS- .

throughout the state is dee-ply{ inter-I i'ui.i.uiy uitb one of the members raisers and fruit growers ol e>ur 'I ; ir'

d your hair estel in the rumor that an endeavor of the lira[, :Mr. Charles K. Welter, I cjjil> slMuLlcouipeti'fiii' tile piu.':'", EMULSION would build

split t win he ma.le 'to have the constitutional : We tteresarpri-ed to find that this : but tne entire county stujl.J be re|>- you

fj .t the end? r convention insert a clause ia.' enterprising company had, in so :. resented Nab au exhibit thai Mill up, increase your weight

Can you in the new state constitution proa a space of time, all their intricate adequately vco \ty tu the outside i' strengthen your weak throat

pull oura'handful 1 I tiding for a couipuUory arbitral >n 1 1| and ponlerous machinery in :(, world a LnoAledje of Uio 'jaai.iit ;, and lungs and put you in con

: board. ) perfect running order, and that they i and i iI [variety uf our prvJ .:liuiii. Coi i dition tor next winter, you

I Meetings of the various labor 'I I were then not only prepared for it, ,. 1 1I lambia cjuuty has ala}'- ta'scirtlie would begin to take it now.

; HAIR by run- unions in the different cities of \Vir-i j I Ijginia ;;t were actually turning out brick. |prizes uher ter her pioddcts hive; ,, Send for tree sample, and try IL +

: ning your hate, been held and deli:gates I' The company now has thirteen men :, been placed oa exhitiitiu:* Our |:rr.- SCOTT 409-41&fearl BOWNE street, ,r>,tw Chemists York.

angers through it? elected to accompany 'resident ;j employed. :\ part of thi force is |pie Hill sliov the proper patriotism 'I -M'LIiI. v yoc..andt.m;all druggists.I .

':- it seem dry and Wocl of Roinuke, the head of the engaged in removing the top crust : and pride of home if they go about Q! .

Does U reJeration of Labor ia this state to :i of dirt from all their property to' the task of gathering a County ohHiit ....

lifeless? Richmond at once, where the board give access to the :' with the detcnuinitun of .:arrring !(
i I: clay. They are'i olT the I
.Give your hair a : will apiKar before the contention Hand digging ditches to drain it thor- premium. i iI It ii announced that: money iso
j In few I i j "plentiful l ii the West that the banks
Feed it. a days the dally outI -
chance. ( enter timorous The I
protest against j I'ilc-s that annoy you so will be )
I i put of brick will reach the maxi i have to employ solicitors to drum up -
The roots are notdd the adoption of the compulsory ar- irnum. i quickly and permanently heated if borrowers.

they are weak | bitrat ion clause.! They arc 'in favor | a I, you use Uri'ilt's'ttch / lSalce. I This Junks very much
. ; 15e of uorthleso like an immigration scheme.Wlieujou _
are counterfeits A.
i of 1 II
a state
arbitration board, but "I had _
are a running sore on my breast j ---- -
because they arestirredthat's IL \\ i>e. -
all. opposed to its being made compul"o- 1 for over a year," says Henry II. Ilich1 want a modern, up-to-

- I r y, because they fear the appointment arils of Will-t-y ulje. N. Y., 'and tried On Tuesday of last week SUdeaths date physic, try Chamberlain's -

The of the board's member may be a great many remedies, but got no occurred from heat prostrations i ia Stol ach and Liver Tablets. They y
r'best J controlled by corporate interest relief until I used Hanner Salve. eleven northern cities. I are ea-y to take and plea.ant in eff..t. -
i .. i After using one-half box, I was per- The suffering 'I 1'rirrb:. SlIupks free at G. =
hair. Pensacola's for the ; fectly cured. I cannot recommend j from Ii-Mt in the north U tern- \V. Price's drug store. + -
food exports year j it too highly." (:. W. Price. 'bar and number of deaths from this ------
just closed, reached I The 4.WX) it.
an aggregate hoer prisoners at L -
H I r --------- cause daily occut. Pl riJlans ,'an
IT- value of iU.KV: ,!jG8-a gain of more To borrow the late General Sherman's :j congratulate themselves tint their flelt-iia: Lave started a newspaper =

thro .iU percent. in the last ten which is said to be ,
j : flourishing
expression, we should say 1 lines have been cast it such |>Ie:i.ait
+ Ir year ; ;after close observation that I I I and i I Doubtless its '-[fell, Waalud'co-
; _____ even a |places that they live in a court
> i sham battle is hthis sort of :I 1: 1 1I try where an equitable temperature I j umns do a thriving business at any _
While Mr. Wu worked off 1 !
,If ,you don't want nice a good I weather :|: i ii exists the year round. Although it'! rate. __ -
many things about China in his !
:your hair ,to die use i Philadelphia the !!': is sometimes very uanip and disa-i! j WOMAN'S UlGiirS. .
speech on 4th, be !
Any advertised dealer is author- ,i greeable, In winter it i- never\eryj j Woman's first inalienable i iiI
Hair right
Ayer's Vigor at least bad the ,
good ::
: taste not to i :izeJ to guarantee Banner Salve for j ji |I I
k !once t day. It males 'refer to the fact that she is also re'apousible i,i \tetter, eczema, piles sprains, scald., I'I 'cold; and although the humidity In t freedom from headache, nervousnsss
: burns ulcers and !summer is sometimes I{ and constipation, that ; often make -
for our Fourth of lire- any open or old more than )per i so
hair July
; the crow, stopsfaring ', pore. G. W, Price, 'I feet comfort emanJ*. the weather life miserable The chief 1.:1Ulit
i and dan- cracker. --- __, --- ''is j i I' these trouble U stomach disorder. i
cures I
; never to warm. Deaths =
: ___ from '
i i Dr. Loyal Tor l
< l\vsuppticide ii thec
Attention boarders: Four hundred i i heat soldo-ii
3 druff.. "I am indebted to One Minute ! and fifty tons of dried cur, in f.irt \\"e h3;'e never heard f b'
i prunescjre G.1.. Price.
It I I Ii 1
always restores Cure for
Cough ID.I.res'nt good j but one care in the
''destroyed by fire in California the that I ____ _,
color to gray or faded I health and my life. Iva-> treated in I j i ,, wa due to extreme exjwisuie. Situated The hot
I other night. : sill; his: been broken a:11
tainby doctors for lang trouble fur i' right ill the ride of the peniisul.1 -
hair it fails. the North ,
never --- -- -- i-n
-- i > 7
; 1 equuli-tant from the Atlantic j > en.pyii.ja. temp-?r'
lowing LiGnppe. 1 took
ItMabfttle. All druggist. one minute ;j i i i To Cure Cold in One and the fiulf. | > .
Cough ('UffaUd vmertd health a Day ( j the cooling .{'| riaturr closely npi;>r ixiinilii'.r that; ol
0B* konlAotAfcr1! lUir Vigor i Mr. 1:. II Wise my Take Laxative Dronifi Tab- temper I our climate in the. day anmake ,1 lloridaChildren. ,
...,.. BIT lair from failing out. Madison, Ga. A. II i. Quinine .
u4i1ane4 it to CTuw agam nicely." Wise. i 1 i K-t,.. All tlrugislduad the money j I it really ideal at night. ------ -
OllltITT, often cry, not from :.III, -
i! if it fails to ('ur '.- K. W. Cr \'e's p
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i Ljxtt'J,1 9 l: 4ora. B.Dak.iwrt ; signature is on each ho\ :.;c. A Lad complexion generally r ebut from hunger, although: fed ;abort- { _
&Vigor completey! Secretary Gage bas reversed the 1 t i i suits from inactive liver and bowels. i
and mt from dandruff,a itb.hick n __ i ij |(dantly._ The trouble arise' from in-
1lIUtIJaJIIlCteIl'growthot policy of reciprocity( instead j In all such cases PeWitt's LittleI i iI I janition: their food is nut assimilated '
," IIJ Uf uaoe iu ua'* bu bello IIOJII jof trade reciprocity he has brought I I j I Mr. Depew seems to be the only j ji I Early Iliseis produce gratifjinjjre- but devoured by worms. A few doses '

1 IfiIIdIrluL LUtG.GREE- Ion trade retaliation. i 1 I American statesman who can con j'suits. A. It. WNe. I I' White's {'ream'erwifuge will destroy

; ApdI1201OO.ewturlLN.Y.. '! tinue to talk alter having put his --- the wofnis, when the children
-,: ';B,*;btoia all the heuefium i; '! foot in his mouth. || Thos. W. Carter, of AMiboro. X. ('.. I would begin to thrive at once. I'nce '
; offend from the au ol the iUir Office II. Hardy. Sec of State J JI I had kidney trouble and bottle i 25; cents. (.. W Trice. -
the Doctor about one
Tow wnu it ,
DL.I.C.UER.Lowell"lWa. I AUSTIN ix., Nov. 21, 191N1 fi : I -- -_ -
1 j Kidney Cure effected! a perfect Thomas Dana English has celebrated
r have found Dr. MolTefs TCETH-I i I just -
Ilt'A a splendid and aid lor i I I cure, and he says there is noi I his S.'nd
';: ., -- remedy I I TUG none GOLD CURE. remedy that will compare with it. birthday. The
I my teething children. When my: | G, W. Price. I moot remarkable part about it is he
H oldest boy was a teething child, ever y I''An Ingenious Treatment by which \ -- __ __ h : is the man who wrote "Ben Holt."

[ ; \Bld RAILR3AD COHBINE.'JTjrtJtconsolidation < succeeding would day warned us that we I>I Drunkards: are being Cured daily I It is to be hoped the authorities -- -. 1
inevitably 1.1se him. I happened j
< i If the stomach, liver and twt'h =
'- upon TEimilNA and began I i in Spite of Themselves. 1 properly censored the declaration of i!
fail to their functions
of railrna ils at once administering it to him, and :: inJel'enJenceefore allowing it to rcglulirly t _

,titt z capital stock of $2iktr-ih b hisimpro\ement was marked in 2t'' NO NOXIOUS DOSES-NO WEAKENING I I Ij be read in our colonies on the 4th. i and naturally, the blood be- ?

ktt"perfected of the roads in SouthWCeorjia ;,;! hours, and from that day on he relcuperateJ. j OB Tin NERnsPLEASANT AND j come:? contaminated with impurities, ;, .
j I have constantly Kept POS1T1\E (CK: FOR THE I IuyroR |i Science has found that rheumatism I land the whole system i is in con.e- ,r
Florida aid FaslernAWaina. it and used it since with my children I'., HABIT. l sooner: debilitated. Herbine is re- "
is caused uric acid in -
: } 'and have taken in by the blood. :jmarkable for its
great pleasure 1 It i+ now generally known and understood efficacy in curing '
ihe"Savannah Florida and West-1 sounding its praises to all mothers of: I I, tbat Drunkenness cir a di.a.-.eaDd, nut carat[ This )poison should be excreted by the > the ailments summer, and the disorders -
| young children. I found it invalua- :i i i 0.+.. A bodv tilled with poison audiurves : kidneys. Toley's Kidney Cure always prevalent during hot weather. 3.
.enIiilay; ? Company i is the deli o' ; tie, even after the teething lima, ,I I completely of shattered by periodical, or eon !: makes them well. (;. W. Yric e, i Price 50 cents. (J. W. Price. -
KtiMof i slant use intoxicating liquors requires j jan __ _____
> the Dew company, and then I j was passed. Mus. D. II If AIvr. *antidote capable <>l luutralmni and -

,i apil tockholder in, the new i; j-5-12 j(I eradicating craving tot IntoJ this ]lrants.oulI..rer"H>ison, and destroying mav now tbe' '; The New York tax assessors have I .Senator McLaurin even: sets up theo

rorpota Ion Is said to be the Savan- -- -- -- I II cure themselves at borne without publicity I raised Russell Sage's assessment j "divide right" claim for the [cKin' -

ullPlortda i and Western Railway { Mr. llryan and the Republican 11 I j I,lor dertul loss"ol HOMECOLDCUUK"time; t rom business whicb by this bisbrvn wart '! $6flO.Ofla The weather must simplyhave 'ley policy of imperialism. It is the +

J"P DJ. |press seem to be a unit in having perfected alter many Years ot close stud been too hot for Uncle Uusa to |i old story of Christian: turned Turk.
and treatment ot inebriates. The taillilulj
;:Application was filed in, the Secr ,-the:;, Democratic party stick to the I j l use according to directions of this wonder : dodge, that's all. I I ,

'ttrr of State1* office Monday uior n- !j Chicago platform. I I Ilul I cure discovery the more obstinate is positively ca".guaranteed no nutser how to Summer complaint is unusually iWhite + Bronze U

.fytamcrease ,the stock of : bu.! a drmker Our records show the marI -
Stops: the Cough an Jv orks off the J \clou4 transformation ot thousands oft prevalent among children this season.A .
tteSarannah Drundards intn-solier. industi was aud i '
Florida and Western up1 110NUME1T5.I
Co.J 1!\ nlIllOeu. well developed case in the writer's, .
&jlayCompany from 'its presentapitalto'Oin1Ol)0 i UlVKs cure vour IIU BAXD*" CUl L- i family was cured last week by the
Laxative UrOl>Quinine TabletsY. r>KKXcureour FATHKltS" Tins remtdy I __ :
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; The cause a>- is m no seuse a iiosirLiu hut is a sr. cidc tur use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ; i\
.fined ia the application for this [; I cure a cold in one day No cure, no ',: this disease onIv and j"100 skiltully devised 'i I and Diarrhoea HemeJy-one of thee : |I .i t7'/t-';:,:,,\ .}\\j
Price 23 cent and prepared .that It is thoroughly soluble r !
,nof the capital stock is said to pay. : and pleasant to tile taste:so that it cane be I best patent medicines manufactured : : iV :
k the etveu in a lea hr curte Hitbouttbe I and which is always kept on hand at --r.t ;;.J
absorption of the follow- The increasing price of coal is r know..dee cupthe taking IL Tbou- t"j 3"t
.ijr d i: Tt 4 Charleston and Sr assuring in at'least one respect. It sands Drunkards person have cured themselves ; the home of je scribe This not intended .1Jj[ ''I rl
with this prueless remedy, and as many as a free putf for the come C t'' '
"Kili, the Brunswick and Western, makes us all reasonably sure of bc- more have been cured and made temperate i pany, who do not advertise within, I! I

,& Alabama Midland, the Silver : lug able to keep cool next winter.CASTORIA. i 1, loving men by friends baring the and relatives.IIKE administered without .tbeirknowledge bv to benefit little sufferers who may !! -/:8; :: :..
its 0cala and Gulf and the ; in cutler 01 tea and believe today not be within easy access of a phyr I :
tm ? tbat they discontinued drinking ot the i sician. No family should be without ---\4.. :._._
d andThonotoiassa. own tree wig. Do HOT WAIT Do not be deluded | a bottle of this medicine in thee ; :! r > ;; : ::--.7 .
: by apparent aud misleading imI I I :' '.' i
that this combination I iirovenient" Dine out the Disease at on house, especially in summer-ti me- "
iBakM J11 and tor all time. 'Itae --liOMEGULDeUKt." Lansing Oowa Journal. For sale
j a complete link fro : : Are mule enduring than stonebetter and
I its IoOld at the exit eUieIy l./w puceot One G. W. Price -
by druggist. cheajr indorsed hv scientists
; V ttteito; S. C., along the coast For Infants and Children. DolUr, tliuspUiIIIRwitnin.acctual reaibof than everybody lb.- -_ I, l>:...ncall y nidi.struciable.oucan as
Otea, and across the southernWofGeortia" '{|, erscnaiugtrout a treatment; t-'Inure">loi.. Full dueclions The New York World declares that, '.ate money by writing[ for de'k
The Kind You Have Always Bought I accompany each pacbage Special adrii.e Mills and prices. -.=
to Tampa, cxtend"tiuoowr i by killed pbvsiciaus when requested wi[h- 15,(>v> people sleep on the sands at' G. M. RftY, fiRGHER, fLf.Ag \.
into Alabama ont extra charpe prepaid to any part Coney Island night which .
1 Bears thee j every nl for Columl.ia
: .1\t ol the world on receipt ot One Dollar Address County. i-_
present capital stock of t \ cf I .' DepL K6, EDWIN il.GII.ES&COM.l'SY. I- ;( makes Coney the bivouac of the deadbeat i Also aeency for star \\ inJ Mills aud Teni-
Si'ulIJh Signature i .icoandiaJMartetst-Philadelphia. lie l'uIUI;s. and tubular Well maker All '
Fuirida ant Western is j Ail curre.londrpce strictly confidential, as it were. i I price reduced june7
_su.Ib.ueut par taade of *l W. It I : -
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|0 the amount -

Swfff.share*, making the total

:**wrof hares! wIO': ): Of tie,e

f$l> will be preferred and

:Jjanw. a duldcnd( not exceeding 4 r

ttr C D4 and IZt(4hharen ill beef ION

cramoe-stock: with J Y
power to vote flh1NTATI .
!liiwlllIe; .the remainder of the !

not paid out on the pre 1
d hock.
neappllcation for the increase i in .

capital stock wai made by il:. R
,;j ; secretary the Savannah, r k.
\. Western Ilailroad.-At-
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'TIWU, Coltono", says::
Lirf;Honey and Tar cured uiy Ck"

I.J rlof a BUtre cough ands '

toIlSJlI.-! +1 G. W.. l'rke. I

;poet serious feature of the
tmneIn '
Loutcille is the mint
tol1th that "-
followed in come-
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1 .. The Citizen-Reporter. AN AGE OF REASON. I some of those who support t ;same- ,------Melons-and Canteloupes. I,I Due Hong-r.

j creeds differ good humoredly in Up to the present Mr. ('. II. Matin's :r The Army and Vary ReVtter

=-- --=-.-' We would fain inscribe in enduring i shades of opinion. The truth is the i I it w a< (';lpt. J. D. TaJIur
north 'l'wtuty-I-'uurt h
upon the intellectual horizon most intelligent men of all religions I Infantry
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A. H. DODD, AuUtai Eit Fred
r.OfflcUl who located lit-
=- =-, -. ... =,== = -= of every individual the doctrine of i of I' tiny loO. lint df
Newspaper Columbia and
the Tou of Lake City, Florida.County tolerance for the opinions of others.
Puhli' : Iu[ all matters that challenge human wind is not fettered now as it once Hof.: $1.23 per crate: and fourteen cars ) trip to last him a lifetime,o
Led i
every Friday at Lake Cltv Fla. i be
Office-South ot Courthouse. Square. reasoning, whether religious, political was. It is not told to abdicate its :[of watermelons, which han nette l !|s eat an octopus. .Mornings,

4 -Advertising. '-Rata Furafsbed---upon=Application.- social, economic or scientific, let j only functil 1. Mini was given man i'''him from 1150 to $:? j per car. i; From what we can gleasI'ft..s from

-._-. -- .- -- -- .'--. us be tolerant. It matters not how j for use, for thought, and the world; The seasons for these two crops accounts the Army aIId

Entered in Lake clax City postodlce' a- second I strong our convictions may he, noj| has nearly abandoned the tribunal i iI !! have been a little backward this Register must be correct, aalk

matter. I man is infallible and we are all alike I of force, or where force was imK>si- j I!year and the yield has not been M>I; are glad due honor hag bteaVib

i Subscription $1.00 Per Yeur. liable to error. "To err is human." ble of denunciations and hatred, and I j i large as usual, though the prices !Jcapt, J. D Taylor. The .eoplelf{
,Then how ram, how how is the whose 'I this, his native
impotent, reason now judge juri.I j have been good. ilr. ilathis has ; town, will lit lbile
foolish, to nurse the fond delusion diction is- universally acknowledged.: ; probably a wider range of experience y( learn that hi- merit have
FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1901. I recti1/(
that you, you and your following, are CONENTION.I I. in the culture and marketing lf. das ieconition.I .
j : robed in the purple of supremacy. j i I __ I these two melons than any other man ; -

s r F THAT HYACINTH JOB. On every subject this world is full f The Ohio Democratic- state convention i in the South, hence his phenomenal | ..t...... '
of different
and I
conflicting opinions,
; | success.
We went down to the lake one day and on those purely speculative are j j which met at Columbus Wednesday ; I _____ WANTED-3

this week to take note of the progress these differences wider and more pro-1 I I had more prominent men as del l. The volume of the money in circulation # .
of the work in getting out the nounced. If this were not the case : egate.than any former conventionin Bids on tract of land fry
in the United States 40
to 160
t no- acres within
water two-thirds ; many "earlo. Col. James Kil--! a radia,
hyacinths. Nearly there would be No )
no .
progress. man I S uf miles
or Lake
I seems to amount to 8Jl&4,57oJOi: > or City, flH'the
of the lake surface is bourne was nominated for governor.It .
apparently within himself Florida
approaches : Agricultural
perfection I a gain of about tlOO.Ono.u.'U! over the College
cleared but numberless plant, in addition and by the conflict of ideas i was currently reported that I 4 Bids to be sealed and Ue41aI
circulation of r
to these, infest the numerous there from out the : Johnson desired the nomination of I a year azo. __ The per the hands of the :undersign:
emerges mass I j capita now is put at a little abo/c prior to Sept. 2, J90L .
1 Monett ,
inlets and outlets and miniature those higher conceptions that reach as attorney-general, and the Board
:; $18. The government revenuesAil' reserves the right to reject :
bajs. perfection McLean men wanted Monett de- all bidJ. aw
more nearly. or '
I I run nearly *7iUXJU,000) above the
r'a'g' were told by Mr. 13. }I. Moodie, We must avoid extremes. To be feated. The defeat of Monett was expenses :Scc'y Board of TrustedflA
I and it is calculated
3 who had charge of the hands, thatthe supinely submissive is worse than '! so decisive as to be a feature of the that at jx Fla. Age 1 College.LA .

1 1 work will be completed in thirty tolerance. God, in Uis- infinite in.'I''I'I convention. Monett, as attorney- the the end of the deal year Jane :3u, VVT"""

Jars and that the lowest estimate of dom, has given us a light for our general, had brought suits againstthe treasury gold holdings amounted i

1; t final cost has been placed at SJO.OO.. guidance, and, as we journey down I I the Standard Oil Company another ,, to5Ul.OJO,0jj.; :: I I

J1 lie also told us that it is the purpose the stream of life, the combined effulgence -I corporations to cancel their I I ------ ; > .A .&AFRESH

; of those having the work in chargeto of innumerable hosts lends charters under the anti-trust laws. I \'ou Know What You are Taking i; <

-.;: } deepen the small outlet in the its brilliancy to each and all as we I I He had sought a third-term nominaI : When you take Orove's Taxless OCALA LIMEy

t t uortheast part of the lake to an av pursue our course to the end. And if tion{rom the Republicans on the issue ]j Chill Tonic because the formula i ." I'i QL\XTITY. FOBSALZBT

r; erage depth of three feet for a distance we fail to keep that light trimmed I I that he should be retained in, i plainly printed (MI every bottle showing :;
of five hundred and 1, that office to continue these '.. that it is simply iron and quinine S. B. THOMPSON.B
1 yards to and brightly burning we commit an ; prosecu- ;' in a tasteless form. Xo I'|!i t 1
cure no
run some of the hyacinths through egregious bin against Omnipotence i''tions.. After his defeat for the third 150 cents. pay. j: ': j

this to the mile branch. We were and abuse the choicest gift that has f nomination, in 1S9U! he supported I II I I T y

told that this is an outlet but ue been placed in our keeping. Do not I I' Bryan in I'JUO on the anti-trust issue,j I --

studied it carefully where it joinsthe despise your own abilities. Have I and canvassed Ohio and other states @ @ @ @ i

lake, and, in all truth, we could faith in yourself and do not follow I with Dryan. I' l!l 1 g

cot tell whether it runs backwards or I blindly the lead of some one else. The most striking turn of the convention i j! \Vatchmaker'4: !!

i + frontwards. This ditch, it is claimed, I In no other sphere of life have the I was on Bryan. The most !' .

i will lower the lake about three fret I fiends of intolerance and force di-> bitter things were said of his leader- 'I Jeweler and Optician. iI ;
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f and give dry margins. On an average I ]played their fangs with greater violence -1 !ship in the committee on resolutions, I .

of ten hands, we were told, have 11 than in that of religion, but, !I'where' it was insisted his name should fl} Thatimrliestlo i is our businr'So-and we arc doing Q

been daily engaged in the work and t hat the time is passing, or has J I I not be mentioned, and that there I i I i 1T1 the best service.Id. ae y. u anti Fir,' >ou ii:C
that on an, average of three of these I. ]passed, for such things, now forms a ![ should be no reference to either of I t1 Everything we do we warrant cannot ;4 "\
have been city prisoners. I theme of universal thanksgiving !! the national platforms on which he iliJ: : be dune better any w tiere.Eierylbini 1\

Tlic-.e plain seem to be all right, I Ours is an age of reason, and in the J made his campaigns. After this I tikl jiniirtiyou; w" III sell our we purcbJso guarantee in and ev- ', Ii}

1- but, in our candid opinion. mure i realm of logic we must triumph or I plan had been agreed upon, one of I i : try ay-iu Pi ices and ia Quality '"
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; money is being spent on this hyacinth i I suffer defeat. : the twenty-one members of that com- 'ft-1 Graduate. Spectacle OpticianReierftiflc.. IJuMcal Uuoo.i tutm?En.ROBT. at. i

job than is necessary.We I We copy the following from the j |mittee offered: a minority report re- ; I1V gram iue a S{wcraltyc1it V."

would like to see the pest Times-Union and Citizen on this line j! affirming the Kansas City platform @ i

1 taken out, the lake lowered and contiguous I of thought: |j i and pressing confidence in Bryan. T. RADFORD. ." '

i' _i property drained; but if the I The annual conference of American I ,He received only six votes from the I i/iJ 1='..549.m .
property owner derives any benefit rabbis was in session in Phila- j j 9-V) delegates on substitute for the !

he should pay for it. and we want to I delphia day before yesterday. The !!! preamble. A few moments after; the j @ @ @ @ the above improvements j platform was adopted of these -- -
t made at I topic of discussion which occupied'! one ;
the least possible ex Iense to the tax I most of the morning session was'1!I', six delegates called attention to the V.Y.iI.i.I..i.i.i
payer. i "Whether or not the religion |' fact that pictures of other Demo- : .. ...

4 Ii At the meeting of the council. Jesus Christ should be taught in the ofj I I I crats were displayed in the hall and =

i May 2nd, at which time the work Jewish theological schools." The I j I! none of Bryan, as heretofore. He SS !
was authorized, a responsible bidder subject was not discussed or acted on I j I started to carry a small banner with : ; Ready Easter =

r offered to do it at a cot of ;! OJ. liut 1 lightly. It was brought before the |!I ,Bryan's picture on it to the platform. 1' tea
the 'lion' R R Rogers, chairman of conference a year ago, when a i The aisles were ordered cleared, but': >MMHH*< lacl Your nly Faster. The w ants of e\ery kind can he Hubert pr saS -
-I the committee appointed to investi committee was appointed to consider I II i the picture did not reach its desti- >t4 bavee\er presentcdawaitsuu.largest and most beautiful collection ol Millinery Nfl

gate the matter, sets himself down I it and report at this year's confer I nation. It was trampled under foot j '-'''

1 to calculate and makes a ence. and spoiled during the wild demonstration i Mil SPRING AND SUMMER HATS ::I.

thin, 'hichI'a!! that he ca1cula-1 "The fact that the committee i I i. when Kilbourue was escorted ) > 4
reported MHMM Together with a complete line of all kinds
the work done at a cost of : : negatively does not detract !i II [into the hall It is generally loe- :' await jour pleasure. Out-ol-town orders receive of first-class prompt aUeatWB.Millinery "'

e ( or *3o
l .At this juncture the work is not I fact-that the subject was calmly i> clubs did not know they walking over L. T. FUNK.

more than half done, if that, and and dispassionately considered. The }, Bryan's picture. !i = it

> lien Scrip are to the the expenditure amount of,, : fljkj< ($570 I' "many report of of the the committee beautiful-moral referred teach to' A Chicago from* her woman frightened. a I|I ........;...;...;!! ...%:...;....;..1.; ......;...;.;;.imiitIiIif.R
-r cash) has been issued | house with a toy ,i '
to pay hands: I ings of Jesus, showing that the com-1 ---- ---- ----- -
I pistol. Perhaps he had I Ij .
- jtiu has been heard of toy r1;
L expended for tools, apparatus mittee was prepared to praise, if i it ; ;
pistols before.
: etc., at least $100-it must was not prepared to suggest, a radio j j t"i

F : be more-ha* been worked out by cal change of faith. ', Its believed that Ella Wheeler !

y4 city prisoners, total. .76fl.. "The conditions that mark the: I I!Wilcox holds the belt for long disI THE FLIGHT OF TIMELeaves \
work-now about half completed birth of the twentieth century furnish I! tance poetry writing. I
- -has been in progress two many causes congratulations : I @

3 3 months. If it requires two months Not one is more promising of good j I j From the silence of the gross on I t/iJ a procession of struggling humanity -
,1; more to finish it and the former av for the future or more indicative of !S the matter, we would conclude that t7.. :' behind. But it doesn't leave I

1 erases continue, we make the pre good among men of the present than( I the oil fever is dying out in Marion j; O-'P! us hehind. We have too much at stake '.

diction that the final cost will exceed the broad spirit of toleration which[ I county and other sections. Can it to allow that. We're right up with @ :

i :*15U). now concedes to every man the rightto ,I be that the "oil bearing" section I'' fJiJ the times in every respect. That a .

Now, we want it distinctly under follow his convictions without offense was "salted" But ue will not be i i1i why we're pretty nearly the whole r
stood that we do not bring this : too severe. I fE1 show in our line of business.
matter to others who do not agree Probably they were j I 4>
to public attention in a spirit of I with him. There is now little religious fighting mosquitos on the Havana j f

; querulousness. I bigotry in the world. What'I and New Jersey plan. ;, I Dry Goods and Clothing. | -

i me -won." it uogers, as cnatrt is left is: fast disappearing.. Judgments I Ii

t man of the committee appointed by differ. Men differ in early j In oar next issue we will give a full! ,

the council, has had charge of the training. They view subjects from account of the meeting of the Board | -M. L.
j Plympton & Co I
t job. different standpoints, and in their of Trustees of the Florida Agricultural

j In our opinion, the members of reasoning arrive at different results i College at Jacksonville Tues- 'jI jut .

i committee and the other members ; but they do not quarrel about day. The architectural designs for ; Opposite Court House.

i of.the council should ask Mr. results. Each follows his own judgment I the gymnasium and science hall ; % 1f
I Rogers to give an account of his i were considered and passed ;ppp ;;::; ;p ; ?
and is p ;
1 willing that others I : upon. It. p. ::; ;p o;;; 'i"
I stewardship. We believe he hasgivenTamore 'I should do the same. Many try'to imPress *: is said that science hall will be with .,," -

liberal interpretation their opinions on others and I out question the most artistic structure "'"'" ''''""'''"" """" '""""" '"''"' '''''''.
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i I to the powers conferred upon him by j I it U proper that they should; but, ; in Florida, excepting 'the Ponce $; ""'''''''''.. .

the council than the board intended. '! while they be : de Leon at St. Augustine. :
It may be necessary and expedient !j I they are may not pleased enraged by failure success -- ;i.(I'r The first passenger train was TO STRETCH DOLLflR\ 1 II III
to run
excavate a ditch, but, if it is to be j as men were in the centuries
Mover j the Valdosta Southern from I + IS TO MAKE IT GO ...
done,.it should4receice the sanction j f i that are past. ] ISfflRfl3pO85t5LL... I Ij
j Valdosta, Oa., to Madison Fla. i
of the council. I I Mon-j I
this is the .
real We have
Christian I
The matter of future I day, July 1st. This neroad will be r j the Largest a plan*' of our own fur dome this it fA to gin {
plans should j 'SIbl
I spirit. Intolerance was neverT'hrisj i : Value for It our old customers>< j
be weighed with deliberation before I tiaii. The of the means of contributing greatly to If 11'1. ;\fot.b to 1 f gospel Christ
: is a gosjpel the I your+*tisf action.
action is taken. The :' prosperity of the section it. '
'public would of
: love.
Intolerance and love 1
also like to have a detailed state-II' cannot exist together. Intolerance traverses. #;$ The Largest! Stock of SPRING GOODS
ment of all that has been done. 4
j j has in it too much of bitterness and Edward VII wants a higher title' I:
Our: city council acted in good hatred nie VnLePactmeDtwehare ever had are now on site.
; to make its claim to in.-pira- than king. Why not call him high, jf 10 Mt"Stale"ll Matcb.
faith, they were in harmony with tion by Christianity anything less low, jack and the game, and be done f j Ladles and Uenu Belts.Parasols Xeck1l'cu. Embrodien* < .'"
a the spirit of our people the than with it? I Furnishings for Spring and Summer. f,
people i, a slander of the founder of the I- Soli AQeat
( want the improvement made, but i j Christian ; # Douglas'Shoes # :
( they du not \,tnt, nor will they qui- 1 creed. Christ denounced, J ...... .... ...... ...... ...... ..... ..... ...... ..... ...... ...... ..... Tba I
I but he saved his denunciations II t means a whole
rtly submit to the placing of an for we can lot tobuyers of shoes it means tIIat jl f
those who did wrong-not for those : j supply TOU witb shoes of a kind and quality that 4
cannot be
1 enormous and burden A'LOT OF BRICK ; bnrpas.sed
unnecessary wh believed f j In an v war. DOUGLAS on a sha
!, upon their shoulders. wrong.Voe unto you, 'i i jf bor mean that it Is the best combination of material aDd la' "
Scribes and that can be .
hypocrites'The FOR SALE BY these put into iL To be exclusive agent tar I
I shoes
t This is disciple who doubted his resur means a leader in trade of all kmdi-Tnat i u I I
thing growing. A
justice rection was not answered by denunciation 'I 1
' b of state the Uw peace unconstitutional.out west has declared- a There, but are by creeds proofs and creeds, and S. B*' T HOl\lP50N.. 1 I;# Plea 1.t. J. E. Inman & Co. d :

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1 News Notes Rooms to let. J.D. --.--- -- -- .-
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t 7-12-tf Mrs.: M. G. --
O'Neil and children I
.. Prof. left I Mr. Geo. Long
H. returned home
> Hume Hair
home return d Thursday for their home in Valdosta day from a month's cutting IC.; Shaving lOc, t
.: jlason fruit jars at Young's Drugplace this week from his visit to Au- after spending two weeks in the city Carolina outing in North Shampooing 15c; Ladies Shampooing| :
burn Ala.Ramsay's. several of the Northern .
.. 1'", s t and county visiting friends and eels cities. He $ Barber .
reports a delightful Shop,
next to
Scotch lives. lilackmon'sGallery.. '
for fruit
I jour order jars with Ci abb's. Whiskey at j t cation.

l&> Street 7-12-41 Conference will be held at the Bap I ec. J. C Tims, We hear that Mr. J. D. Streets '1
'Ytaodrs. J. Potsdamer Prof. A. W Blair accompanied by will erect a brick storeroom hN
left at
spent this week church next i
for Sunday at 11 o'clock Talmadge Young left for
.'may'at the.Spriags.Mrtiti' called his home there in South Carolina, being for the purpose of calling a pastor. 4, Keys Wednesday morning to take a future present and place of business iu the near
thus do
W.o- Long left for Balti- father. by the death' of his All members are requested to be few weeks vacation, n hing and oiw- improvements go :
I hunting.
sty oa business Monday. present. I

jlisjlja tw Tampa! is the guest We never sleep. We're on the.1' To produce d thorough alterative Mrs. H. A. Duncan, accompanied brick and'other material u arriv -

>, to Brother Mr. J. G. Ball. treet.move but in the middle of the effect, the blood kidney and liver I by her sister Miss Mattie Lee, left ing daily to be used in enlarging the zt

T-12-U must be Sunday for Jennings: to buildings in the Bacon Block. The
o jttif ors and jelly glasses at J. D. thoroughly treated. "7" the
girtetj'*cheaper than elsewhere.QLLE.EiInwn thin The Lake City baseball nine leave | Mixture acts on all. Young's Drug week II. M.on Lee.a visit'to their father, Mr. will be commenced in a few =- 3
morning for Ft. White where store. I

of Jasper was they will cross bats with the nine of -
lathe city for a few days this week. that place. $100 R.eward.-I will pay one hun r .6

jjn. W.H:Wilson, we are sorry to Miss Katie Vinzant, of Jackson dred with dollars for the capture together : r v, s i s- .

has been quite ill for the sills U information sufficient to convict I
pastLn visiting in
ItarDs the Most
her uncle, Mr. John, guest of the thief and would-be murdererwho I Complete Stock of I* VJ

burned Mrs. Baya's residence
1 IIedidoe you see advertised Mr. W. P. Jernigan will Spring "
Day leave in a and everything I bad and came near and Summer
Young's Drugstore han- few days for Millinery
if IET good Alabama
where he will burning my family this morning at 2 L F
[ sa\i. loin his
family and spend the remainder o'clock. This, the 11th day of Of any'house
: July, in the City Jon \ "
Dr.\Y.('R. Chalker was called to of his vaccation. 1001. GEO. W. LAND. now

Ohstet Tuesday on a professional Good heavy Display at
wide JJsfllSS
1 seat, used Mr. E. B. Drumright, of Sarasota
.tint about a year and a half E
; one McClel- who H.
graduated in the class of RI LEY-
lan at
left saddle
:3&.G.S. Wilson Monday to and set of new harness for the F. A. C. y '
/Wafe ,days' vacation at Pablo3lis sale cheap. J. F. CANOVA. and was In the city Tuesday Leading Milliner. .
( Wednesday guest of Dr. W. M. =
BtKh. Misses Ada and Lola Streety left hell, an old class-mate. .

\ l Josie' Turner spent severalJlbthe last week for Fitzgerald Ga., where ..

r city this week visiting they: will spend a few weeks visiting 1 All persons who have not paid city

; l. ..iIo.'J.5 ,., Miss Katie Twyman. taxes on personal property are requested -- .- _.
"-<:If.Joe'Holloway Of -Ft.: White, Poor old man Nation didn't eve first of to da so at once. After then -';

]'f ivisitor_ ,to the city Sunday andh have sense enough to claim credit August they will be turned
over to the I
>;- .-1" '. left for leaving his wife. lIe says she and there will marshal be an additional for collection cost. Why Suffer with flosquitos X
( ? : Grubb and him.
Curtis. family left W. J. EDWARDS City Tax Collector.
[-TdBesday for Virginia to spend thtea Dr.W.F., Yocum
e left last week We When you can get the DIXIE
for regret to learn that Mr. Geo. l'allopies-
r,. DeFuniak Springs where, he will A. None Better Made.
take charge of the Normal Smithson who went to Atlanta r
.. 7".Mixture-the greatest blood School at last
::j anier f the 20th century.. Young't1I that place during the summer. to undergo treatment fora

I,Inptor .; Dr. and Mrs. Ned C. Berry, who been malignant forced to rising the necessity on his hand of,having has- Fitted for Wood Beds $(3.00

Piiato; oils, glass putty and var.iIks'hi were the guests of Dr. S. I.. Berry i his arm amputated. The operation Fitted for Iron Beds S3.5O
any quantity at Young'hygs s and family for several
days left last was performed iu Atlanta last
week for. their home at Starke. Saturday night by skillful ref.
,: yr .1L-, Staten returned home Miss surgeons If you don't want the
and Beat
Carrie Mr. then
hl't after McClinton. who is >on is reported to be the next Best
test a short business
teaching school at Columbia City I getting along nicely.
-h Alabama The Climax
: spent Saturday and Sunday in the I I Miss Sophia C.* SB1.5O. -
:.iftaCaasIe Flint left Friday night city Martin who has
guest Kittle I We -
Henry. been carry trouble
Lfurboli'io'spend' 1 teaching this St. James Parish to show You.
: several
bti Yes.. weeoftetof .1 Mr. A. B. Small has purchased the 'school, left for her home in Virginia

southwest corner ot Lot No. 28, on last week. She is a charming and

-\Sr.7.H.lvey returned home Mon west Duval street, and we hear intends accomplished young laUy and made

+\t j troD CUthbert. Ga., where went to erect a residence thereon. many friends while here who will be oftj, JflS. E. YOUNG. ::4s
f-r_a a visit to his mother Miss
Maude to know that '
Domer who has been she will return in Coals \
::lie -Henry and children ref the guest of the Misses Irvine for the fall to resume her duties a s, Hardware, {: t''P\

'ed I borne Monday afternoon fromjUleaftera the past several weeks, returned to teacher. '

week's: visit. her home at Worth Ga., last Meek. Mr. M. F. Brown arrived in the k

-M.H.; .:Dickinson and his son, Mesdames L. B. Blackmon, Stella city last Friday 'night from near .. ,

left,Tuesday for a visit toifcfBeacn Richardson Z. Peacock and Miss'1 I Dunnellon to spend several da s. He .," "'.. --.--.- -h- -. - ___
..- and .Fernandina. Becks arrived in the city Monday 'has been engaged the phosphate> I - - -- "''''''''''''''.

-. W.'Edwards' and Miss Josie morning from Pablo Beach after an business for ome time and his work # ,.' ,

er,:returned home Sunday extended outing at that famous resort must agree with him as he is the The -5 #

a. week's visit. to the Springs. I i''very picture of health. His friends f #

Ills- :C.v'" Waugh returned home Miss Catherine Waugh will leave '' ,here are always glad to see him and "Outing Girl" I

laj night from a visit of a week at an early: date for the mountains j' 'to hear that he U prosperibg. #

friend b Ocala and of North Carolina to spend the I
Gainesville. The editor
and his Will
;K!.)iihoDe. mer, guest of Mr. John Sharp wife says an the Hats appreciate tor the good points of I
accom panied by Mrs. sun'-I II exchange, disagree with each other sbown in and bum HUT -
[Wo, *,left Sunday to accept a polls his summer home, "lilackrock," very materially. She sets things to plain enough our tor display.the primmest.Some: Oth are H : L- II
: Valdosta Henderson. ers are very smart! auJ styli_b.
... with the G. S. rights and he writes things to set.
.,',.,- A party consisting of Misses Ball, j She reads what others write and he .1't

Y6De who desires a city direc.(19911'un Myra Finley Hattie P..obinsonOrrie writes what others reat!. She keeps :, MRS. T. N MILTON 1 I
and Ruth Brown and Mesdames Ed the devil
I out of the house
secure one free of as much I
e"bj"calling! at Wise's drug- Hayman and J. G."Ball spent a delightful as possible; he detains him and ., Monroe Block. Marion St. I

is ;;"* f day picnicing at the Springson I couldn't go to press without him. ,

NNt!fruit! fruit! If you have the 4th. She knows more things than he ,

cis remember Young's Drugstore any LosT.-Volumes ,'6, 27 and 28 of writes and he writes more things __ K111" 1.11.1 1-

te place Lawyers' Reports, annotated. than she --- 'u_ .
| to buy .
fruit .
your jars 5'-'there ) () ():!() ) >'!().(). . .
'.- unexplainably disappeared from motfice. & JQ () {) () () () () {) () ():!(' .( ) ).()'Ur
; 1Iie! Irnfeilrvine returned home I am willing to pay for in editors, who do not now and then > > L 4:& :z :

:ty from" the Springs after a their formation return.concerning T B.them OLIVER.or for carry in their pockets the picture of g j What

_.4 of a week at ,that_ popnlar ,, It was announced by Capt. Cox at I an attractive his young woman who is do You Eat? n
not wife.
the last meeting of the Columbia Surprising as it may .+..S. Did You
Yaws P.: : I,seem, the pictures Ever Stop to Think of
H. Young, J. D. Luther Light Infantry that the company are all of the t That? M

Pilmerand; Jim Porter cele Mould continue to meet but would same woman. Her name is Miss .2 Do you know that the
the florious Anna Wilkes Williamson. She resides ,. ated goods ot all kinds markets are Hooded with adulter ,
4th at the have no drills during the remainder things and that you are liable to eat
: of the summer.' in Philadelphia and her liket .' you buy would not like it you are not caretul about 1-
: r-.r:c. ness is found on the silver dollar of ,HI To be sure of getting all She Purest and Best Groceries 1
Watts,Gordon Brown Miss Hallie Robinson, who has we buy only brands tbat are guaranteed v
1 to be
general commerce. If buy them pure. We .X4
"r Adams you don't from .
Ollie Kinnison' andspent been visiting in the city for the customers that reputable houses and Ne can assure our ,
past -
want wife to find every article bought of -
ltet. your out you are if and nolesonie. us shall! be pure'
Sunday at th8at.tiTwo e month, guest of the Misses i -
Finley this :! Free
carrying woman's delivery of
goods toad
... picture in parts of tbe city.
left for her home at Brooksville i l< 1i _
i your pocket, send it to us. DRY GOODS z
line Tuesday HATS, SHOES
Jersey milch morning accompanied by AND CENTS FUR ISIlINGS. a
nor le cheap. Apply' to Mrs Mrs. Ed Hayman. j t f

I. Li!tk tewck, f Lake City Fla.le.sjTJ' Mr. Bob Bass a popular young )I' Passing of a Landmark. !v. Lake .N. B. LONG 0.
Between City Fla.
the hours of 2 and 3 MerchC M
[ : photographer, arrived In ,the city Dealers
togtetaraed Streety and J. W Saturday night from Madison where o'clock Thursday morning the old ', in General ice. 1 r'.

I home Tuesday from he has been in the employ of Mr.:L. Baya residence on South Marion ( .*

1 'aDd fishing trip on the B. Blackmon and is now engaged atBiackmon's street, occupied by Mr. Geo. W. !!! w 4:
te. Land
, studio. I and family was Burned to the .
ur ground. This residence built r>
isenbaker, of Lake Messrs. R. W. and N. Adams have was
t5lC soon after the war and was for
spent a long
dt % Sunday and Monday had their frame building on the corner time the home of
Cajt. J. F. .
' rie8t 'of the family of of DeSoto Baya.It $1.//
-I. Bro... and Marion streets has caught on fire several former I $1.j

: a'R. moved out in DeSoto street to give ,t occasions but was discovered each

4d 1It-ultr,' Radford' Geo. LandandJ.H, room for the brick building they are time when but a small blaze and easily -
Bickoion preparing to erect. extinguished.The *

.Pabh 1'Peet Beach.! Saturday. and Sunday There will be an excursion to Jacksonville fire, department under the : THE DOLLAR BAZAAR

$,' over the Seaboard Airline, command of Chief Ceo. O. Adicks, -- -

, trson'RrLMatbis. accompanied by special train Tuesday July 16th responded promptly and, althoughthe
Jack and Mr Mathia" from all points in West Florida. The water supply could not have been For a Dollar we give you the

,leftSatnrday afternoon for train will leave Lake City at 10 a. better the fire was under too much I Best Hat Best Shoe,

'. .!en.. c. m., and the round trip rate is $1.75, headway for their efforts to avail I Best Pants, Best Linen Table Cloth,

'9 ''Allaway 'left tickets good returning by regular, much. An old frame building, it Best Lace Curtains, }

-..:. to Tuebday.qfllle trains'on or before July 19. burned like tinder., The whole south Or anything else in our line, ,
. trustees attend the meet ern part of the city Whether for a Dollar
was illumined or less '
of the Florida A grlt The oldest inhabitant's attention the give us a call./
'. enormous blaze.
>-.Uege.e : is called to the fact that in this
Mr. Land was absent in Sanderson Nothing Over
glad. to learn month of July there will be two full One Dollar
t. that Judge at the time of the tire. None of ,
Wilite Ii moons one on the 1sttbe other on his i
speedily recovering household furniture was saved
.. ,>md,thai tbe 31st. Did you ever see the moon I ,
he Is now make he had no insurance. The dwelling YOURS TO PLEASE,
'. eytenv as full as that before in anyonemonth '
a trip to the property of Mrs. Bettie
.here ? Is the question to whIch you
il Is hoped the are requested to rise and answer. was insured for 1700.00.
Dtb.lair will soon restore July shows her patriotism by celebrating We sympathize with Mr. Land and LAKE CITY FLA. F. U RI E.

""\ .the day of Independence family In their misfortune. .

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6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1874 1 1t

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r I ORDINANCE: NO. US.i :[ Rabbis Ufcajss Jnrpcrtcat Tcpk.

HUMPHREYS'1: i I Ii i i Tiio toa.; win. h o 'ca;>ied most of ..

i .\ ordinance to amend ordinanceIi'o :,
i 1 the annual
the < si:1 101 '
IP. ram;I >-i -> \\ \. '
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No. M shall I le
f>;. Ordinance ,,:,iOlifv'ii:UCt; of Air.nJCl.l Ia:,l.- at '

Witch Hazel Oil and is hereby amended to nal as f..1- :'!: i'hia.icii List weeh it a- ontvhuhwa

I.I'XI. orient: There s-bdll be eiUoIMud > brunt Lc.jre th ,".-uf -

in lake City. Fla\ a meat and .
THE PILE OINTMENT. c-rence a jas
, :, t.-h market and It shall bo nbwCtl U.: ca,; io. at tit.t.. :.c

T One Application vex Relief, tor any perso.t or {per-o.u to sell, of- i! The ,> '-vVh'ttr :

fee for sale or deliver at retail any the It>.lii.a. ai Jctuh, u d "
; It cures Piles or Hemorrhoids -External : fresh meat or lUh in the tonrn of Taught in ike T hi. o .;'c.

or Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itching or I:I Lake City, except from the city mar- Sch.oh.La=t year a Co no'i.t e TIle Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beta

Burning, Fissures and Fi,tulas. Relief immediate .- ;i ket. l .it the provisions of tLU or- consibt.nj; ot 1".a is i'hill !son in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
cure certain. 1!' dlnance shall not prohibit the farm- >-
lUuibvh aid K'3 re r: j and has been made under his
'a It cures Burns and Scalds. The relief I 1 ere of this cauaty from elhn_;r, offer- lltl.t t 1..J
instant in;.' for sale aiil delivering frt>h I supervision since Its hfanCy.J .
infer -x.bfulloink
1 It cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and I,meat or fish on the street after 10o'clock at thi.o.r c : Allow no one to deceive you In thj.

Sore Nipples. Invaluable. a. ra. rpot trasaaaiat-d: All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good"are but

If cures'Salt Rheum Tetters, Scurfy :1 Passed by Co.incil June li.l\.1I11.President.\ "'U.r:;matically peaking, tae IK ai Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

Eruptions, Chapped Hindi, Fever Blisters, i' ..JttestV.O..R.M.PARKER IKF, Clerk., Lion: of Julaistii. i.i rCll"t to tin! Infants and Children-Experience against Exp riment.

Sore Lips or Nostrils. Corns, Bunions, Approved June 17, jolil. founder of Chri.tiaaiy. i- alt gesluM

Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of insects,.,t F. I'. I'oxc, } net 1tice a-: > deijia,: li.o duinit: ,
1 ---- -'Iayor.'f I iIl:11 Chii- WKat is CASTORIACastoria
Mosquito Bites and Sunburns. I ---- ;: tho-isjli tic JUol.uJ \

\ Theo Sizes 25c., 50c. and $1.00 SHE AIDN'Tt'EdT'.1 MASK. tianity pe\olve, J Sl 3 of Ka arcth, .

Sold by ".rug;sty,or sent pre-paid on receipt of price. 1 Hat her 'beauty was complete! has no place iu Jtwhh theooijy. The I is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare.

HUMPHREYS' MED. CO., hidden l-y sores, blofche antll'im-J conception of his J.i.torkall.uition I gone, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. U

Cor. \\HlUm&John!it.... &EW ORK. '' plea till she used Rucklen's Arnica, and of his niiicance in the deTilopicent contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other XarcotifiMibstance.

,, -- _... -s Satre. Then they vanished, as will Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
of in-
religion a
all eruption*, fever Korirs .
I Hot WAve Gone West. '! cers, carbuncles and felons from its di- ideal view and conviction, as i-. and allays Fcerislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind

I UiC. Infallible for cuts, corn", also the pointing out and applicati ai Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation .j

A Topeka, Kansas: dispatch July burns, :caMs and "ilt';>. Cure guar- of the Jewish nature of many of the and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

8 saps:, This ha* been a of ur.- auteed. :>c at Get \\ Price's -:. beautiful oral tl'lcb1ngtttrilJuteJto Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
preoed nteJ temperatures in Kana.?. The
Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
That man w ho has started a Repuiilicau f I Jesus, but there cannot form part I
In Topeka for two hours thi af terrooii - reached was lot. lallalrysville paper in Misbouri., can rile I'of nor be incorporated in any official

103 degrees was the rec L'udeI1Jy Carnegie pointers on I statement or 'declaration of Jewish GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS .jl

i 1I ord.f Fort' Scott reports 106 degrees."' ; how to die !"JOr. __ bel iet.'' Bears the Signature of ._

:| SUCCESS WORTH KNOWING. The r..vortVa;; receive. with, 1'I I ;j'sE

I1E.\UTDGU.X. 40-j ears success in the South pro*esIltnthes' t'J.olausc, and vvasuninimously adopted. ?'t.n-"!,
When the quantity of takenis Tonic great remedy tor
I t
Loci large or the quilitj- ton rich chills and all malarial fevers. Better I --- r,1
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heartburn is likely to follow!\ add especially than calomel and quinine. 'en- .
tains no arsenic. Guaranteed, trI it. : '
so if the digestion his been Choice Vegetables; ,
.\t druggbt Wc *t bottles. aprH'Ol
weakened! by ctln tipati n. Eat ,. --_ 'I

l slooly digested and foot not too Masticate fieelyof the easily foodi said: The about worst London thing that society has yet U been that always bring high prices. The Kind You Have Always Bought t "tIn

thoroughly. Let six hour elapse between .
i meuU.: aiuj when you feel a King eJwarJ has started in to ref I I To raise them successfully Use For Over 30 Years.1C .

fullness and weight m the region ot form it. /
tltc't lumach after eatint..indicating CCMTJUI COMP 1.T. IT HUHflAT*T.CCT. MCV YOU CITT.VI -
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I .STOR.A. fertilizer -"_"._ -' - ,
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that you h.tvo eaten too uiu:h. take o a con- ---- --- -: --- ,- ---- --' -- -- ,' "-
one of Chamberlain's Stomach anJLivtr.Taljleb. Bean the / 1M M VW Hall Allays BflilgH\

and the heartburn way )-#' taining at least 8/0
ice. : Slguatllltlf.l .
.e avoided. For sale: by G. W. PI -- -
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Potash should be used
Three IliimlrcJ Lives Lost.Tiesteamer --- ;
% i j 1 NOTICE OP PURLICATIOX. I !; >i X %I *i ;' ran=- Z ..Y I
: Uratiuervhich armed taelottrior jiJ.1
ly-partunatoi Our books fcrnLh useful information on
at Taioma.Yaah.., on July
Land Oillre at OainesviUe Ha. June It Wot all subjects relating to i 111
brings the news hf the lofs of three Notice is hereby en en that the tollowiaguauicd I
sillier Ins ltd notice nt hismttntum crop raising. They areDyspepsia ;
hundred lives by landslide and flood Wiuake tinal proof in sun. .rtt.t his K&- rT.Y STANDON
at Lung Iieng. China, in June. :claim and that said jiroi.f will be matte bet sent free. ''';(? II __
!4>r>- Clerk Circuit Court at ( Oil) l-'la., -t iI.
*. -- ----- ton JaU T.. IIi 1, MZ. William: O J. Wesson ot GERdLhrIALI \\ORKS ja .. f:! Iffi.j ? "-'..
I Lake City, }'la.. 11.1. il.M t..r the N', ..l tE': f."fi., 1'1':1\ .1 \; .
A WORMY SUCCESSOR. 'anti SW' of XE Sec_ l.iTp-4S I: I'; K. I. 93 Nassau Street' ;. 11'1 \" AND I&: ./ -
1 He named the tollowiug witnesses to prove N w orL : III 1\.;\ ?., : .. .
'bib couliuuos rrMdrnce m. iu and clilu\a- : Bf:1I GI ,, '.,--- ;. .
? "Something New Under 1 Itionof said land. MZ: (:. A. Sm.lhrm: J. W: I ... ,; "I KICK :.. _:
.. '. V and I. 'I. -
the Sun." :' J lutchings Kg-. i' "'t. >> :

All docte-s have triad to curd CATARRH hv ,I Bert. " I i h $. 1 11" IIII' i Iki i 'f the poor Printing you have been I;: -:
i and; \
ma ..
the use ot powdrrs La-.cs -1 .G+
urugs iu facile t..rm. Their: |,,.nders dry up I -- ,4.c ., 1 ; till ; using when You can get the Best !,i
tile raucuuut EH:in hramli causing! thru tcnackojv : i iltill C just as a.i1yas poor. Our prices are t
nanU bleed. Ttie iwncrtul acids : -T II E- i n I reasonably: consistent with up-to-date I Ii
use-did the Inhalers have entirely eaten
cway lii"same membranes that tbt ir makers 1'11 I ;, l:\\ tirit..das! work. We arc prompt
navH. aimed tii cuie while pastes and : Louisuille Z Nashullie R. R. ;,! ,) Atoitl further trouble and annoyance : .-:
reach the disease An IJ
ointnif ita canuot e by tending its a Trill: Order. I 1t'LH i
and experieuctnl ) luclilumt'r ulm li. s burI
1 liiunv vcars made a.lue ..luo1\ and si-< iat- : Runs through cars to Penaacola, .I" J II
tv til the tieaimt'lit oi (:.tTAHI .. has at la.lperfected : Mobile and hew Orleans, to Birmingham !I i
a treatment which alien t ailht uily Kudol THE REPORTER JOB :-
Nashville and St. Louis to
tr Bsea nut only lutes ai onrr bit Ik'4maiuuly '
cures CAT.uiiin by roirovau the Lotiisulle; Cincinnati and Cvaiia- "' :
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cause..tupping: the .lixhjr and curing vill' without
and to Chicago leaving
alt inflammation It is the only rcm.-uv_ 11illrrtw'I,1
t known to scieiue that actually reaches tho. : train. For rated, schedules and ---_. s-ZrLa%'tIZ N1'?m Z2 T.ret2t' [ =' --it,
t .ahcl"d aSNLTJ part IhisHouairiul'LKS the..t.tIU5Ttil.1I-C.-rimeUv In"7o sleeping-car reservations write to ori Cure ;;Hr"r; En-I ;:;=I='I=: j:=:=IE.".<;."l l8n'l8I: ..m. I ; t ..f
i call on
.'A.HIIH cute ami is sold at the extremelylow I ,
Dulial each H. Fla. -- --------- ------ -- -------
price .Illile package containing D. HOPKINS, Pass. A rt.
; internal and external medicine sut. : 'tRV; et Bay Street, Digests what you eat.
Idenfa"r a lull muntn'i. treatment and cvtryttthff -
noc.-s-.ary to iu\ a -MFFLKj' is the only irtectcvTARBHtrimeter L. STONE, G. P. A., Nature in strengthening and recon- ; ;
I made and is iiuw iecoeiuzedatae -< j Louisville, Ky. structing the exhausted digestive or- ;
only safe and iiisititecurc roc that animvlntf I Shah: Not Covet"11;
1 and disgusting disease It cures all! -. gans. It is the latest discovereddigestant -
ilIlawmIlIOU'luii" nod permanently and -- and tonic. No other preparation: 'Jf
i>also wonderfully quick tn relieve u\v
rE iLR and col.t> in ibeHEiu.ATAHrfii can approach it in efficiency. It Instantly PERFECT CO-VrCA TXCXT13 BOSH IS THE KITCHEN. HEALTHFUL MBAIS,
<' when nrtlect-. often lead, la' :Oeo. S. Hacker & Son relieves and permanently cures DAJSTU.Y SERVED MAKE "A HEART TO KEET ITS FA IX." ?'

CONSUMPTIONsNUiH.KS will sate F'u, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Write hr CetaorlLi of IOU Uferert coawaa/osi ci its best proiactiou of till TfotoOiaJ
it '
use it at
you once. nourl iu.ry rent -
'. but a complete iriatmrut which i> i-osi- Flatulence Stomach Nausea, Century, for a oo& OIIilolJ. mute Ut worth lriat.I 5S I
S titely guaranteed to cure IMTAUHH iu any Sick Headache,Castralgia.Cramps I ,
term i-r stage if used according to directions all other results of imperfect digestion. I INVESTIGATE '
Which accompany aach package. Don I
u-iar but send lor it at mice and write lull 1 PrlceiOC.: and$ Large size contains 24 times
j.aniculars asiovour coudition aaa you ._ small:sue.BoOk all about dyspepsta m ledfree
will receive si lecial advice trum the UISCOTirerot I Prepared ty E. C DeWITT ft CO..Ctiieajo.promptly 7itl I
this omlertul a--Yt
remedy regarding p f
1 \our case without cost to TOil beyond the ,
iceuuriiiceut SNThtLV-b" thc 'Ouarantecil a
s Catarrh Cure" i ij
4 Svnt prepaid IS any address in the UcueJStaus h'
t 1 or t auada on receipt One Dollar t .r '.t tt* t'ilcme oI fortriyears ExF r 1C9
Ad.lrcssInriit.hA l.O\\I.\ll GILl;t COSt j ittonomizc
PAN V 2JL1.iIlJ: UK: Market: *.L.l'hladrlphia.9Sg t + ; *SAdorn he tome ir

-,- Vj faun

Deaths in New York. :' -- t 3 slake Glad the lousel olds Queen

The official report of deaths from : MAXDFAC1UEERSOP
pronnd.OS HO FES. Send mod.t..ketr t') tsp. f & _, _
heat in Greater New York for the orpheUferfreerepprtOB psto.l ,hly."ilonY -
: Doors cosh Dilnils MoulthngsI Obtsia U.S.ud FOKI?>PiaBUmJ Traae-llarks,1 CFiEE. t
week ending July G place the.number ; liirMt terms ever offend to liTeatun (

at 189.Bean -- I ---AXDBuilding --- Alt2\lDOO\ ..PATENTS. .....1Idr.PROCURED..... bond! THROUGH...._IHEH.)*"" .!5, ?::3
1 ( KrTire
CASTOn.z.A.: : Material. W "C:1tSNOW I
| ; & CO.
the The Kiud You Ham Always BougbISignature ASHVlllf TENh(: >

of #+-#- _' ; LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. Opp. U.S.Patent Office, WASHINGTON, D.I" hI -
: marli Send for Prices. lyrlMii

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"National Steel Ranges are the "Never had a store to bake as 1 f
'? best made." e\"etllywd quickly." Ii

.c v n. M. Poi;=, uob-k, Aa. 1'YUS.iaSIIiJk,
+7 !!as. SLLEN .f
1 "Abundance of hot \niei always f.
fumiahed." J L "In Jaycees: liouseieepmg, never i 1

0 t W. R.3RnCH7RST, CUi ksviZc. I P had a stove pl :3SUig." I
""""' Raslnitk
After **T'J. B. I
one year's hard service,

in perfect condition." "I ani sura there is none superior." : j

FA SIAO OBPHAH SCHOOL. Xash nie.| 0 J.T. IiUa::.Supenntot i
Water Work!,hasYTlTh '" 1
Not one-half the fuel required

J I H3 formerly." L "The National, the best range
MATRON VAK38KBiLTCsn-EisTV. iu use." l
; : i' "Have C.J. C SYIU,HkkBua 11. -
; never seen one I wouLl .
exchange it for." "Takes less wood and less ume.T. .

B. P.STTTOT. Nashvine. .J.DoDD,CaJIdea. :iI.'
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*. ; 'The Hartiou Atlanta LOVE AHON3 SA V I I I UJI1IEf is hire, :and" those who start

Optician. i right will gi> j through the whole summer

Severe Test Imposed with )little trouble. A taint of Mala-

J, \\'u.l"-1 of
: the Fall unless you drive it out now.

I V t Among the Arabs of t'p I | ood Medicines- cure Malaria 4
the poison-
J"outh who -
t tea
proposes :
a submit to a +whipping! at '!{ The antidote for Malaria poisoning i Is .

.C1M_ of all her male relatues; ,|j
k Y i dry narrator, "if he fehbt.t to
: I side-red! north Laving', he >: i is not always iu bed. The meanest kind

II II ctive the chasti-rcest, \'.. able to attend to one's duties With '
I 4 I, sometimes exceedingly: ; se\.r I
II I fan I expression of enjoyment." you perform, with pleasure, the work '-

Xot infre!,urttv! it is the f task for half well people. .
I I a t
hi-D-elf wh3'
ARita. I
iiiij>o-es the !!
Chambers' Jourtal. The take" JOHNSON'S! TOXIC ? It is tha

girls of Madagascar male I,I The dealer makes less money on .
fr stand at a short distance
COLD MEDALUUI. clever spur thrower and I! on any other kind. Now remember

tween the arm and side '( business and making .money is Lis .
Highest Award I ,
Diploma ot Honor.
< on flung at them. If the I'
'' plats fear falls
or to
.... ESTABLISHED 1870. he is ignonutiously: rejected; better to drive twenty-Gve miles to get a

; < there be no tliccLiug and the TONIC rather than use the cheap kind "
These Famous Glasses tor Sale by are ('an?ht. lie is at once the dealer.

=;Watts & Son, Eyesight Tested Free. an Worse accepted than lo\er.this" is the Life-saving dou't run very close togeth -

forced upon their suitors by is the kind that
cures. is 100 times
l golowre girl.. \\hen in ; )'.. ; gUises are never peddled. Be: sure that"Hawtes" Does in
is what
may l1'ul stamped on frame. the respective merits of two one day slow Quinine f;
i" ,
: r1. the young lady fastens a
pointed knife to each elbow
t Y
seating herself between her thinking when your health is at stake. -.

she drives the ladcs World's Greatest Medicine
Ultb ,
r 'VESfI their thizhs; atd the hero
SEABOARD AIRLINE the greatest length of steel '

I I.MIT!! D a murmur wins the bride. I CHILL and FEVER TONIC.

: Maj. Mitchell in his "F. I
I Into the Interior of j
TRAINS I It has been on the market
', RAILWAY tralia. says of the natne. for the
a : River I I fiat seventeen: rears, aii Darling, that all their
; DWBIE DAILY SERVICE I 1839. I liighur UnLiy as"a uimtive agent --
fighting are associated with
\ ," .. than other medicine -
: of active any ni:ule.
= & T.. 36 iSOTTHEUN session of gins or wives r and Take a thlll' t eau-
Q.I DIVISIO\.i)_| :7 3tW after a battle the wives "do c.....*. but : 5th''S TOJIC{ and tuj.iy Hut keno
....rint ,_+ al a 74i1 PI i 3Dp Lv Jacksonville. ___:__ ... __'1 3ua' I ways follow their fugitive Joa'sox's p Ica-urn HI life lint only Ixlougs to
p ..mdiaaIi" 3 i a p W 1' 'w P I Ar Baldwin_:__. __ __ sop "
utIL_ 111 PII -II WaUo..._._' _._ Mwa l. Hp from the field but ut ltd beat thuruughly \\tll peopl.. Y
......... ".: ID p,1137 1'1, ** Gaiursxille.Cedar .. hh'I-no. Il40al054p: Iii I[ over. aa a matter of course and te> rI :
zfll U.-: a.d Pi! 134a.---:. Key 'o.h. ___' __.' pj. TiiUteJ s> Costs 50 ceati a battl. CM it
tia>tart ..t---- 93Yp'21.: ; a:__. "Silvrr --- '.u.______, 11351'1'--0.--| ____ but the : ." -.and : to day. =
g a ia.- 6 1&pl 236 a._ Ocala_ringo.j'___ 1 4 serve the fair" U a maxim
:= -..-; .'..'.....lIIl1p..u.- U; p 31< I.'.. r "IU-r p f iw 15"a' 1,derstood of most barbaric & : & ..of.., ouO.fur it.I h
i'J" I'h'buod----I------.I 3AalTSUI
ft ItitauItua 13: 116 Ta sup,
Aft -_:.:.. 1128 a __. 3 asp a J! a I A. B. CIRARDEAU,
p Urlando.- ___
h e a. -- : 3 }
I .. _. l !4a WJ7aJWljbWa ..._.. Winter Park.' ___' ______ S w p II. A. "V *, il. u
tY. ._ __..._ "Uade City_____ ____. 4 ui-1'1.--00--pi 4 M)a !' I III SAVANNAH GA.
fa"';"""" 145 al; SSIp'.-- Punt City.--_ "i ,
u) u* : 7 (fi P:___ ,, fc Taiupa_.____ ..... >4p Stria .
II => II 3ii..... .tSaip.6b a ... .
a .
U UrU I)eUrU l).O+{f+() ()-+( t + ..
I...,.._)III:: pt!i : a6 a __-.I ... J l;'., & ) ) t) 4) t: N
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tarll---I f ::6 p 8 Joa
,_ Connection made at FernanJina I I Y .t
iI"" f II ,
with Cumberland route K A
I leaving Fernandina 1:30 p. m. daily K A
except Sunday arriving Brunswick. .Y's
f H. f
<:U". \ 5 p. m. Briggs
",.-,. / ; 13:

rifle nlvAxo-: L !! .tI..eOive Fernandina for Jackson .r ESTABLISHMENT. -
T a -
I 11p ; ville 7:40 m. and 4.50 m. .
=ty- ""!"'.......-- i-- l7 a a. p. '
._ .._ 1
VV .- '_ ij.mup I end of the Perry Block, on Orange St.
Arrivals 4
Jacksonville | .
-- 0. from
r .. the tim .: A
-.,. -....- Slip Sf.p417p;: North and East.\o. 37 Sal: a. m., Ntia. Supply of Plumbing Haterial.
E L"" .. _- I i: 9:15 a. m., No. 31 6:10 Fro $3
?tM ;,..--.._ '_.1- ''' ...-lu h.i r u pit| h e West No. :J1":'..". p. m. From th UNDE 1h Ibu-t PROMPT ATTENTION |5 r

l3tille ., ,- 1'-...... 311 a p; South ..u. 24 at 8 a.m., No.Cti at i &
JIISeab .-.- ..- : 71a! I 3:5p.. m.MiKa.41 Ls.keC1ty. s 1..... .
1,-:, .' .- : .. __ H
[ Collins! and Caskets all Sti' t Jw
tbeFla and Metropolitan Limited vestibuled train between I Prices. Orders ProrniAlv 1.'
HMiifit im} New York, via Kichraond and Washington including dra w- I
{aWjSioipg and observaman buffet
Tispa;", sleeping. cars betw'een Jacksonvillhi e I. .

j 'Innd Atlanta Fast Mall solid vestibule train, consisting of day i
.aall,ba3: and express cars between Jacksonville and Wash.(
Rn lid Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville and New York. i ; z Monuments.

[ mecrfor ThUJltilllOO Key West p.and m. llayanna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays TuesjJ -

rt%; sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. -
< !i -
tanotlon at City Ticket offlce 2U2 W. ,
Bay street. Telephone 260.R. 1 and Italian flarble. "
l +
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!"it,.., Gen'lSup'tMV Gen. l' -GLEET Parties needing Marble Statuary work Alx will Steel dad it and to .
Portsmouth, Va. { CURE 'tor designs and prices. All Work Guarantied 4y
mvmXSELL, Assistant Gen.
1'-" Pas..engergent, Jacksonville Fla.'JJICIA SAFE
0 -I CURE Marble Company
t P.I..a[ -S
B ..:.;. 1 IMa C Mr GEORGIA. irmar'fil 1


_.; <.-:. SUWANNEE RIVER ROUTE Fur sale by George W. Price. i' _h-' -.- -. .. '1

"7. f SCHIDULE EVft-CTlVE OCT, 1, 1900. eriori

b.\ :f ,Subject to change without public notice. '.!, : i :

&J t s 4 4
jr.QociM STATIONS Quick tine I
p '
Ii7 __
50)111I L v..".......b"UI.. ... ..... ... ..Ar 4 15 p iu 4 lug ni characteristic of our
l .... P III !UiiUililU ... .... ......... 2 4 SI.1II 2 :i&III: I Boys' and Children's I
8sR "'rill ..... ..t"lelilia)1'{ in 2 31 a inin ,
t 111,111', Ar. .,.. ...C'ordrle......... ........Lv 2 '''' p IU 215* I It
lp1l.l v..Cordde. 2 iu 2 15 II III
OSp a iu
Ia' .......FIn ........ .....A.4burn..I, 1 301 in 1 35a m : and SUMMER
ll] .11I Ar.Lv.. ... .... I on......... ... ...Lv 1- p I" 1 Ual2S5a iu I : I
4wpm .... .,.....'Illton{ ... .... ........Ai 12 35 p iu in v '' i.Y' j.a, I {
'/ .......... ..,.t-parLa.... ...... .. .. .... 10't p in 12 :!'-' a iuiu 1r 1 1r I
Ir .11I P ...... .. Hrartpine. ...... ...... ,11 I& III 1211& I CLOTHING !
A' 'opal tr..... ... .\.M.ola.. .. ......... ..Lvlll lOa in U Sap III
6.Hop : ...... ;.,Vali'.oiU ............Ar 11 10 a m 11 Sip III F fTpADtMAnK I
$" ... ..... ,.. .1.l'er..l O'la iu 10 34 p m j i iI i
to .p 111 .. ....\\'hiteSprillg1l... ..... ..... UJl& in 10 l.ll'lIII STOCK s
PIu \r.........LIIk!! i:ity........ .. ... ..I.vI (H a iu !9 40p iniu i I :;I i I'I'I 'I Ii i in the SOUTH 4
i 1l1pa1 L,. ,.. ..kCitv! ..... .. .... ._..Ar ',((SO a m 9" 'lp ours in
Its p.w .... .... .. II QUALITY V VARIETY
: ?.SII1II11oOIICity.... ..... 7 oO a iu S 1))1.11II i BALKE'SIIVE ,I T_
..? lur.ipiou.: ;.............. T 37 4 iu 752p640p m excellence of STYLE and FIN St1, and = I ,f
wpmA?.... .....PalaUa... ........... (.v 0 :!all iu m QUALITY. I
"t' 1III
; Prices Always Lead. '
I U., ...LaUCitv.. .... ..... H JO H 111 a 'OI' ui A ; ., I 4..
I I 'lIa 3SPoI LT. .........S mpsoii City.. .... .Ar I 7 40 a m 7 55 1> m 1 -4.- I
-I' n1 A r.oIlIlIe8nlle..I.\.. 6 -all in 7 00 :> in ies' iallur.Ilade Suits .y
r ;' ; I
14 $. Skirts ,
-1\01ftt BOUND SCHEDULES. Underskirts y r -i -

Pte.COlGnf.xc..t 8t 1.R.v. III Cent R Ra .lconneciions. WHISKEY i iJSOFTENED i Neckwear Under. .,. f'_ I r -

Ia halt' l.v .., J.tle City.: ....... .,..Ar 6 Ala inU : (Klp II: i in especially exclusive t1 I
t31ato Ar ... ...,.. .)laroll..L\' Sipiu II 20am BY .>. .
Iapw !t. ...AtlantaAr .. .. ...I.v H 3" |> in 151a iu I -4 .1 _
Ar. .. .... ..( I.alllln..oga..L'. 25.'i1' III 3 tii a iu .'
It '111I&. : ",...NtMmljr....... .. 1.- 910p 111 98op IU 'Awarded CcJ! Hafel at Atlanta I ORDERS -V;
Ar.. .M LouU. ..... L8 41 (> in 8 lii a III i iI

s I AO): :,"Kf. .. .tjurtnutii.: .... ..:.. .Lvll| ll iOl>"i {11 Warn l Is the best and '. and shipments C..Dfe I
.t---- .........('1.I.a"... ..... -.. .|-\l 7 top in IVt I 'I. niog before paying C I
.... { -"iI r

t. fhnwntrainsd. Rye Whiskey sold i I ... ... .. I
: ) ...
not.fop ;;; :-O.; .. ;. ;. .. '. .
'VJMU : ; i
b "-l'uie Htrr'Miate ihrmlJh 1t't'l'rr hL'I\\'t't'n lyOllla. MnfcfcJi : in the South. i '
Ala. .
vaCatlo.a{ r'\Ildl I h. !
all.) tlirouxli parlor IIlt'l'l'ill car ant I !
Pllslka. tlpeo rur IIl' rPl'I'IJliu.u ut IUlb".I.r" in limo' 01.,01. Matti:.n
gtatGmep .Jacou Union "2put[ on retu.until 7>:;
C''!). Ftsir CINCINNATI u. s. A. :
III, like .'! .
AgfiU City I i a
Order wails to get b J offica ..
4BKyi Ills. GEORGIA. ,
l: It eun,Ga. F l' A Jnctsonville, tut.fcfeg i ftU* fijwi act CMicit assrslted 4ut !I

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8 THIr'G1T12ENREPORTER.Established: !

_. ,_ .._. un... _
lpEr-- _- __ ____ Cheap Week End Rates 3}3.,.3lc .f 31 t .f-= r3 .:t( 1,.}3.7.. }tr "

From Lake City to Pablo, Atlantic
"THE BABIES' FRIEND." > a quarter of a cen Beach and Mayportfor Sunday excursion NineHEIBINE.

IiOR )Foley's Honey and ,;. Effective Saturday June ,
1' has been,
curing thereafter
9th aad each Saturday Tenthsof -
f of and i Ei ,t'.J. ,
4; croup until Aug. 24th, the Seaboard AirLine _
whooping cough.. In, that timeit Railroad will sell week: endf '.
| Pure Juices-from
; Natural Roo]
it of-little
has saved thousands from '
tickets to the following point _
F f -1l- lives and every year it :goes on t, Lake City, Live Oak, }rontict: lo, t all the ,
= saving Physicians who l
:: Tallahassee and River Junction at I : DfGULATESthetiverSlomachandSnf
"y tested it know Foley !
hay I the rates named below: : fi
1 HONG' Honey and Tar is the best medicine '!1 Lake City to Pablo and return $I 70 I PeopleSuffer GicaiisestlisSysteiii.Punfiestfe&iEir !

''r for little .folks and Live Oak" 213;
__ rtiRM much superior to, the old time 1! Monticello" .. 3:5I fIR: 11iaifL.ll! a, BmausEt i : nstiD.

C1 e t l : : muriate of ammonia mixtures, so I Tallahassee ""' -'' 3110-45ftI from WeaK StOffi1Gh ?IIJ 1 EdpileilDiseased : Di inlI
: UiverJunct. a
often prescribed by doctors,and t

3 which'are so often ineffective. I I To Atlantic Beach and Mayport / Bufile!! Geig&bti' f fJ Gto! SiSsfasSa,
I named ten
from the aboved points
It's free from and i
entire/ opiates
i ... _
mm _.AI GJ: :Jjf"'r"I'4.E. SMA: : "LL
it's unconditionally guaranteed. and fifteen cents higher respectively. I
roin&co Little folks like it. I' Monticello to White' Springs and I'j' Liver. Price, SO Outs.Ly .

CHIUGO Yl BANNER SALVE is the greatest return *.'; Tallahassee and return j I f !i eprtd JAMES F. BALLARD,St touir,10.
healer known. 35 Junction and return S3 2J.I .
It: : s }t,"4ttt t".oi- r ti4re oflil."w.:X.;;oi< ewe"'w+3r*wj$$$,,,,,
All tickets are of iron clad signa- -
Sold by Geo. W. Price.BUIE'S : ture form, continous passage, with Sold by Geo. W. Price. -

I fipal limit returning Monday following .
date of sale. For any information 3

: rates, schedule on or --. '
ii"t, TGTrT."y..rt: !l'1'irtr"t'; : ;:!:!Co"" "T."iTT T.WI : '", ,
SAW MILL. I write. A. O. MCDONALD, AG.P.A.Jacksonrille
I -
G. R. Haile, Agt., Lake City. -I\\LJ I I ,
Four Miles West of Lake 'City. t The "

First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part: i IT SAVED HIS LEG. I Offers to both sesesa good tincatuo -
of the City on short notice. Address P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., FloridaAgricultural3 i along the lines of '
suffered for six months with a frightful -
S. P. BUIE, LAKE CITY, FLA.-., running sore on his leg: but writes Modern Thought and ctit.

that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly -
cured it in five days. For Ulcers Scientific. Literary, MiiiUrj j
i Wounds, Piles, its the best salve in Industrial Departments. Lt's
P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR complete outfit of ,
i i the world. Cure guaranteed. Only College apparatus,
25c. Sold by Geo. W. Price. penses reduced to a. 1IIBl1IiIIC.
BUILDER. Snort-Land, Telegraphy, ..&., .
i keeping, tausrhtFKEE.
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t Jackson- Send for a New Catalogue to
I With Fletcher of
... "-.' mayor
...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... ; ville, a progressive city council, II I \V, I" YOCUM, Preu.Lrfike .
land John Stockton at the head of City,Fla.Lnle .

A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES.CALL her board of public works, there will I __ _
+ ON HE BEFORE SENDING AWAY FCR THIS KINO Of WORK. I I be great improvements noted in =. ,
Jlt.:; WN'l.J ..t .0. < .E. .u '
r that city within the next two )'ears.I .
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WORMS !'; VERMIFUGE! Johnson's Tonic is a superb grippe I
cure. Drives out every trace of Grip
r tat iII Qw.utity. B.otill Qua1 ty.Foi' Poison from the system. Does it
--- -------- w --- ---- I
\, a sI d all Worm Remedies.i (\ y quick.'Within an hour it' enters the :
20 Years t> blood and begins to neutralize the effects -j
80LD --* ALL xiniTGrG-xs' of the poison. Within a day it !
Prc Nd by-.A. JAMES F. BALLARD $t Louis. I places a grip victim" beyond the point II IIf *der
*-WWWWW W* WWWW V of danger. Within a week ruddy t

Sold by Geo. W. Price. cheeks, attest return of perfect!II
I health. Price 50c if it cures. Ask for
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic.
o I Take nothing else. 1901war! -1y .S.,

Nashville Gnat <&< St Louis Ru.AND - --- 1pr. I Ii

aaooaa ; W. H. Ives, Jr. i iI
I Ii

Western ,and Atlantic R. R. j PHYSICIAN AND SURCEC'I

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"Battlefields Line"Through r _'
I J 1
; '
to Nashville, and St, Louis in I -
sleepers Chattanooga connecting | D.CALLAWAY Ji
( it BofCompanj.
union depots for Louisville, Cincinnatti, Chicago, Memphisand I II. [ |
all points West and North-west. I. BROKER i iI

C.HAKHA.N,G.P.JL,Atlanta,Ga. T. M. DOYLE. F. P. A., Jacksonville,Fla. I UKAL ESTATE AND I II
-I I Lake City, Fla.
: :: Fire Storm Tornado and losurance. -- 1' ,1
Cyclone G r

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COMPANIES: nEPr.ESENTED"rd i Attorney At Law. --, _, Cool Drinks, Fmhsjteg%

Beat reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business.. 'LAKE CITY, '-
Ollice: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. r.
@ }I FLORlD.1 & bles, Tobaccos, CifJ
DR.. E.. 'RIVI X "
3 Chalker & Small Agts. I
I DENTIST, : \! Nuts, Raisins, Apply,

Office upstairs in the rear of Price's lung I tI
Store. LAKE: I'ITV.InKJ I '
JJ i iI And Fine Candies. ]

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Maker and Undertaker *
6 Carriage PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON i Soda \Vater. tSar aparilld, Strawberry, Ginger

Kesiileaea Phone I)- U. I Seltzer Cider. Etc.
Coffins and Caskets! always on band at reasonable prices. Prompt '
O attention to c.A.LLslJay or Night. Telegraphic orders promptly at. Headquarters at W toIo5 Drugstore./: All ,
t sled niessagei left here will be Geo. J. Davis, Manager.
prompt attended to. I
F o ( g LAKE CITY, FLORIDA. I'Eo ---- --

't 7i I: %4 44 g
1 Jasper,Fla. f Lake City:Fla. I' .
S -

4T LMr.\\
0 The thermometer .m Soon be climbing the Sum
Will do a general practice in State: and mer heat mark. You will snun be wishing TOO could
Federal courts. Collections and conveyancing O contrive to get along without that awtullj hot range.7"fv .
Lake City office: Second floor \in- You can.
l zant Block

1 t A SLUE FLf.ME,.

Blue Flame makes: an ideal heat for cooling iukfc! :
ATTORNY-AT-LAW. O convenient and rconomicaL We have Move fun want
LAKE c/rr. FLA. It cost but little and is a great labor satin* de 01".
S -. COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS -l All sizes-with or without = r-- 1 A SPECIALTY. .
Buggies aad Wagons. for sale and Built to Order. General Repair I 1
1 asprclaltv: All work guaranteed carriage: material: tor sale.also OfficeMarion' street up stairs over Mrs.
agent tor Marble Monuments and Grave Stone. T.A.Ferry s.building formerly occupied by :
Boozer 6t 'allaway. I
Practice in all State Courts,prompt attention
: J. A. FISEDEB, to all Busmes. Mortgages and Deeds 4
,i 113-117 HAMILTON :SIR.: LAKE CITY, FLA. drawn and acknowledgements taken. Try tL__ You

i. COLUMBIA COUNTY Q an -- can

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c Ipl..iaNAN. UmtGIT. : GRIPPING BROS. CO.'S ;ftOVfRS OF f FRESH( MEATS I I II' i 0 Kng""Iron' I Afford It

h'i kSUlptIYl u4Utotrtc4TtU eaters -I. Will find all they requireat t' I '
.- I' the Shop ot ,

PROFIT What Plant Red Haw to Craw aW ltaru Colson & F: ;
kit the Cat ,
= i I 1 aR ..JHontT SUJOnj Fruits .! tU So-dk.Pea. I i, : You'll Have Better Meals, and the Cook a Better TtD1D ,
I Market corner Marion and f I'
) ,
p Pears Finns Persimmon,
tilgh-tlrada Trees, r.tT.ralrslws, Satsuma Hamilton streets, opposite I carry the most <<:omple line of (Crocker QueenSO -
; A alba
rigs .
J.K. Young store. Ie ware and Tin- .
j are In the
i Oran:.K oa ( .urns lnloiiiU Mock, Oriitke- city Just hat ft u traDt-
Yi aellW Ta,; Races aad ever thug for i Ie prices the Iowes3 considering quality of goodsTlnRooilno
Low P.-lccs
it grove. w.hus tor garden A.4d.eti BEEF, MUTTON, KID AND PORK 1

_CATAlOOU8 FREE... The rifling Bros. Co., i will be found bere. Meat delivered in any part of I
I toe city. We deliver late (@> .
i Nurseries ud Teat Grounds U = in the evening for next /-- J. D.f
s : Ma1eAA7. Fa. Jacksonville.} FU;" mornings use @> STREETY.

MMN.2er_ $MQMe M4Z.u.HI gl +IZtYN [LET US FILL YOUR ORDERS i 49444444.944494444+t,

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