The Citizen=reporter
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 Material Information
Title: The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title: Citizen reporter
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.L. Dodd
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042460
oclc - 33283557
notis - AKN0324
lccn - sn 95047172
System ID: UF00065510:00043
 Related Items
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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pg iiT tcl11PaE.cmb.lEall; : f Ate.24.1900 LAKE CITY, FLA.. FRIDAy OCTOBER 4 -
Vnl YY\/II Mr. .A7
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= -B& inner. flt& torpid Beer, I For mosquito bites, bites or stings THE :- ..

:.',VV" great.depression of spirits; of insects, animals or reptiles, apply I LESSON Ol-'THE CENSUS., I FLORIDA CROPS. WHY STRIKE FAILED.

obstipation,' headache, : Ballard'a Snow Liniment. .

.. perbine. will stimulate the I' the poison in the It wound counteracts -, ,in Those all things who what insist our that fathers we should be The forthcoming issue of the President Shaffer-, of the Amalgamated *
: ,:the bowels regular, and subdues the inflammation and heals I not were, Monthly Bulletin, published by the Association ,
only ignore the has issued
a cir i '
healthful of astounding adaptation Florida .: .
1 buoyancy the flesh. department of
a Price 25 anJ 50 cents. G. : of the arts and agriculture, cular giving a of '
history the
price,.50 centa G. W. Price. I W- Price. :1 sciences to in will give the following facts late .
relative iron
__' r" dustrial progress, but they forget to the steel and tin workers' strike 1t.
that we live as little as we think as. yield of and prospective" from its inception and they. terms of -
Florida as I x._
crops comparedwith its
our fathers did. In blood '
we have ..
same date last
Changed, but in our manners and year: In part the circular is as follows: _

habits of Condition-Ltpland cotton, 80; Sea "We were in
,E. VA.UGHNDEALER I living there has been a Island fairly good condition
cotton, 80:corn, 88;sugar cane, to win without
C 3M revolution. Shall no changes in leg. 02 help, but looked for -
] field _
; peas, 89; rice, Oj; sweets aid from -
islation po other labor bodies
INUfa accompany this marvelous some of
tatoes 97
; cassava, 109; peanuts 98 which
transformation ; were pledged and
in all else? to the gen-
Pork In 1800 five hay, 99; velvet beans, 106; bananas, eral public, but '
Sausage Americans especially relied
out of
j hundred lived in an incorporated one 94; pineapples, 110; guavas, 96; orange 'upon the American Federation of '

-':;,jA ad Ererythlng Handled trees, 106; lemon trees, 96; lime Labor
.. by a First-class' Butcher. town-in 1900 forty-seven of the with which body we hare ; '
V one trees, 103 t
; .. CITY MARKET PHONE 43.fieerle.Ice hundred. In 1800 : ; grapefruit trees, 109. affiliated ever since its inception }
,,,.,-! a man need not I| Prospective t+
Cream and Soda Water have traveled yield-Upland cotton, and towards whore '
Parlor near the colored further north than S3 Sea Island support we have
.'. ; cotton, 18; corn, 90 never.failed
Masonic Hall. Boston or Salem ; to contribute.
nor further
aug30 I south sugar cane, 98: field 92
than Savannah : peas, ; rice, 94; Our strike advanced and
to have we
. visited every
potatoes ft)
L ; cassava 181
'. Ulwn qi IIHV t ; peanuts confident of winning until the
mnamtants- withall newspapers -'
91; hay, 100; velvet beams, 114: i
our facilities deliberately and '
tor travel, if he : bananas, 103; pineapples maliciously J.
spent one week at every town of 4,000 121 ; guavas. t' published statements which were replete -
; orange trees, 117; lemon trees, with lies.
inhabitants Our
within our territory he ;((109; lime trees, Q7j grapefruit trees to doubt people began
K. E. WRIGHT.Crockery would be more than twenty-one ; ilia I and upbraid; some, who had
years on the road In }ifQ) there I officials deserted us, and afterwards -

were sixteen such towns along the HAHD\V AR .
Atlantic coast now there accepted the terms of the
; are 1,074 I The following program has been
trusts and
: scattered from one ocean to the arranged for the annual convention scabbed. Hundreds who -

other, with 5ia: in the Mississippi 1 of tbe Columbia dared not sleep: at home, went to
: cultural County
nndGlassware. valley. other places, and in
School nearly every '-
j i Association, which will meet
In 1800 we | trust tried to run were
were at Lake
practically pioneers i City Advent church Oct.
'Implements and the sons of many Amalgamated Association men .
pioneers. To- ,12th and 13th, 1901: .1 -
I i day it would be hard to find an eleI from striking mills. We knew our

t I ment of opinion, race or condition SATCRDAY. cause would be lost, but proceeded, ibity. ,

that [ 10 a. m. Convention called to or- feeling sure we could win if
not enter into support
; LAKE CITY our national j
i FLORIDA. life. {I der. could be secured for the faithful

"' -' y Would Jefferson prescribe t same j i Devotional elercsCi-ne\ J. D. strikers. The American Federation -

-<.I. : Kendrick. gave us not
legislation for the people of today | one cent. The report
| Welcome address-Judge W. M.lyes. that financial
that be was content to leave for that help came from the i '

.. O bo b0 bt TJj Cu o iJi:u0o0Qo liJili1, otGoO, >>fMl> >>iJi1 0 ; he trary knew, he a century expressly ago?predicted On the con-and i Response. M.S. Knight. national absolutely: lodge false--we of Mine received Workers noth is V

recommended "frequent changes' in 1 Enrollment of delegates. big.'s'1 t

JIWImaker the Constitution itself, foreseeing 11 a. m. Reports from Sunday
: the future MITCHELL.
as only a great statesman schools. 3

Jwer and Optician. could.-Times-Union and Citizen.oore'I Discussion. "Perceiving that lack of money,

[ loss of public approval, desertion J
'. Pilules are a guaranteedcure Address-"The Work of Our Association" by

: 'fUt? boar bnklncu-and we are doing @ for all forms of Malaria, Ague, -E. M. Goodbread. hundreds lect of our own people and neg-

ew bet|o )tease you and rive yuu tTl'I Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever, by other organizations would
/ fervtce.il.evytblag rYy Ma.1 SESSION. render it impossible
larial Fever, Bilious Fever to gain a decisive -
Wf do warrant ,
: .,W...better aiy.here. cannot f1). .. dice, Biliousness, fetid breath and a 2 o'clock. Devotional exercisesRev. victory, we endeavored to

Y BwryttlRc We tell we guarantee and \W,, tired, listless feeling. They cure J. C. Titus. save what we could. I arranged ford i

;" inimrpa ia your i'lIrcb.ae to n. .. I S Ilhcumatum and the lassitude Address"The \Ir.
5 .N. Gompers of the "
fol-I Sunday School "
--IFf vaj-U lTlce and In yuaiity.enOutt \lU lowing blood an A. F. of L., to '
OptlcUn-Stlentiac 9Utntt! of ...N. malarial poisoning. produced No the Home"-. E. Braddock. meet Mr. Morgan to affect a settle -

!J<1pcctac.ataf\i.I aIKctatty Musical Uuod' *. t.UVJ0BTVT. !# No Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Quinine.Do not I 2:30. Discussion-"Uest Methods of ment. Mr. Morgan gave up his vacation -

\ ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely Sunday School Work"-Led by Re\. : went to New York and wait- y

(llJW tasteless. Price,5O.; per box. Dr. Fred: Pixton. ed for Mr. Gompers, who failed
': ., RADFORD. C. C. !Moore Co., No. 310 North Mal I to ,
Street, St. Louis, Mo. Geo. W\ 4:00. Miscellaneous business. Election appear, nor has he since explained "
4S. ttiJ Price, druggist [inar-'OMir] of officer, etc.EVkNINU why he neglected our interests. We

--- were called
--- SESSION. upon at the national
A Philadelphia trolley manufac- ollice by John
Mitchell of
7:30. tbe
___ 1 exercisesRev.T. .
-- turing concern has
opened a branch United Mine
S. Hubert. Workers, Mr. Easley, .
,,,,, ,,,",,,,,',,'..I I i establishment in England and a Address-"The Sabbath I I of the Civic Federation, Mr. Henry

j, i iTO great English iron company has de-I School White, of the Garment Workers
and Missions"-lter. T. J. Nixon. I I ,
cided to establish works in western and Prof. T* nlrc of TTnit '
Cornell i* .
.;STRETCH ft DOLLflR fi: i I'rtiient l'rnnsvlvania. I 1 SUNDAY MORXIVU. I These gentlemen inquired

HTMKMT: GO flS FflR flS rOSS113L ... :} 10.00. Regular Sabbath school: ex carefully into our strike and Mr.
ercises-Judge. M.
', I Ices, Supt. I Mitchell stated that is we would present -

W. lire a pima of our own for doing this. It is to give 11.00. Convention sermon-''Th e a proposition, which he outlined,
'tt. Larcrkl rcMklble Value bur It. Our old customers av "Something New Under
Object of the
*- t'J' we to that and klajr with us. We InIL& you lu try u. and the Sunday School"Ref.H. he would demand acceptance by the # V.

grove It to your katiktactioo. :, Sun. V. Skipper. trust or call out the miners, and be
All duelers nuc: trl..lo curd CATARRH by i
iejargcst the use of powders, acid past*,inhalers and SUNDAY AFTERNOON. said he felt sure Mr. Sargent would ;,
Stock of SPRING GOODS ; drugs/ in paste lorm 't'ht ir jtowders dry up call out the trainmen ,
: : the mUI'uuus uienilirands causing them to 3:00 Sunday school mass meeting to strike also.
crack open and bleed. The powerful acidsustdin for We sent the
** littery ,, we have eter had are mm .. fcale the inhalers bate entirely eaten the children. proposition to the ;

Vua.6sodse I. I. .stapl' .... Nevelly, Fabrlu. .Itlt TrtItI.lnll' I' away the same membrane that their maters Addresses by T. H. Hubert, T. J. members of the executive board, ;
MAleL .
IWIt..I.ua".I" Nr1 k'roar wbr..dirra" and have aimed to cure while and a v
U4le and Ut'otJi ..lIuh.lllojlIlur Spring and huiucierStt olntmeub caituut reach the disease. An old Nixon, and J. D. Kendrick. which voted in favor of the proposi ."
and ixperieueed practitioner who b.s tor Benediction. tion." ti
:_ Douglas Shoes many >'ear mad a close study and sj .cialtv .-- -.- -
I ot'the treatment IATAKBH, has at la.t This proposition wa rejected. -
'i'i ?if That .. that I tit.rfecled a treatment hah when tailhiulitvused Dr. Chas. F. Dawson,of the Florida Then
1 IIUDII hole<.t tll.oJtu ofSb.ie* It III.aD President Shaffer
Y Vo can up|>ly tou with i.b,Mol a kind and quality.thatCVOaQ ,, not curesAr(inlynlie\es. Kuii.at by once removing but i"theeau.e..tupping 'rmanrutly Agricultural College, will prescribe waited for the coal miners and bays rail-he V

br.urta.hrd anT way O.'toLA..n a I the discharges. and cuilug for live stock brought to the station I I road men to be called
tr mean. that llUtbet''lOt coroMnatlou ol moah..I.t1 and labor out. But they a
It is the ;
V that can be put Into It. Tu.... rlrlu"he aunt lur all iniiamuiatioii.to science tb,it actually only reaches remedyknown : for treatment free of charge for, were not, and President Shatter set #

TiXi '= tleee.burs ml'ana a leader ID trade 01 all klnd-'I'bar.. uxf i' anilcted parts. This wondcrlul remedy is professional services or, since time tied the strike ua Sept. 14. on the .3 ':

known a.s"S\;FJo'L.S the CCAHO'tEU>CA- 'is a matter of great importance, he, I best terms he could get, which

J. E. Inman & Co.J? I, TAKBH low price(CHt tli One"and Dollar is sold each at the ikickaRe extremely c.m- transportation will visit when is necessary furnished.T.: provided I j in substance as follows: were ;

: lam an!: internal and external medicine snfj -

", ... j I.ncii.r\'tbin"nt lor nl.c.a full....arv month's to Je. tlt'rl..cI treatment n3('.and e,- II. TALIFERRO. i, TERMS IMPOSED BY Til R TRCST. -

':"XUi'FIS"I..lh""lIl: iierieciivrASKHr u_. !V, The tcale; shall be the prices agreed

( ever made and is now recognized as upon at Cleveland and found in the ff Y
fur Epidemic. .
the only sale-and po.imecure. that an- scale book.
nuviiii! and disguslins dis ase. It cures all The a
1 l) ()*() O O'O'O'w<>wU ()wl) <)w<>+() t)+l> I II !.calwmtondcrluilylqulctltumrelie eyHand QTNot a horse was lost during the discharge] company reserves the right to s J s '
any employe who
: shall, by
Epizootic of 1872: when lIum -
the interference!
nut; and .I.U in IUIK or abuse, constrain ;
I CA'I'ARI.B hl'O nrgketrd..otters lead to Veterinary Specifics were used. j prevent another to _
'uNnlP'I'lull.SJlt.L.S. wtllsa\e you Horses treated with these peaceably following -
specifics {
Agricultural College if you use it at once. It Ii imordinary remedy .i| his avocation without reference -
but ao.uiulete Inatment which isposiV are promptly of the prevailing'i to connection with labor K
\ ,. j/uaranLl'I.1 101 Cure CATAKRH In any sick-ess, or escape it altogether. I tion organisa
term ..rsjaceit used UkR which Iccomiunv aach HckaRe Urn Non-union mills shall be 1
CITY FLAEICHTBUNTH : use Specifics "A.A." and represented _
delay hut send lor it alulIe. and write lull as such---no 1
I IlJ.ruculal'lt as to your tonuition. and you I when lungs are involved Specifics organize attempts: made to .
:. YEAR ix A will reei ive special ad\'ice mm the dlscov- : ".\.A." and "..'E."; when charters granted; old
ut Ulswondertulrmedy regard ng retained by men if they de
I lrlir 1 ing Specific "J.K. for
1901. your ca'o without c..+i to you eyond the a tonic. sire.
nn1ng Sept. 3Oth, A I regular price 01 "s.at'.LIS".. the "Guaranteed Horses evercome by the heat are I Individual r
Catarrh Cure.sent quickly restored by the use of Spe- hall le
made for mills 4
Ir..taltl to any aJdrehlln the r'nlted cHic "A.A." The three bottles will of approved charac-

i w toot year. 10 AcncuiiureMechanical: Eaginrrrine.la.dca A States\d.Jr.SSSSfetaassssHEADACHE cost only one half as much as a scales j ter until shall they be made are developed to when. -

Chin yeat n course In Rubin s :-'-'Ll'IIUlr.1I.II, ..l '.\ \. : visit from the "Vet.," .and jour govern.
II*M Ttleyrapby. A -eiaralory course of one (.t l.u yt ar% K .1 horse is cured in half the time and Agreed that the company shall
[ *l < wUDlD uUrge. 1', t-graduate -- not hold prejudices
( |iiMrar tor the -- for I : against employe
_ alas ogered.aader ready again work. COc each; by reason of their
i Stable Case, Ten Specifics Book $7.1 I I membership w uu
Ulliury Ul.cipline. Young homes bu.kr rrtintogu the Amalgamated Association.
irestar Hall. J I. All druggists or sent prepaid on This ;
I I agreement to remain in force
FV receipt price.
>rtda ttudi nu. Other exjiens"wlUlngi *-' v.'ry small. 1 three years from ,
1 July 1, 1901 but '
1(Veterinary Manual, 500
and ami class equipment pages, terminable at -
ae address .and Stable Chart sent free.Bumpbreys' ninety days' notice
l from
i either
I party on or after Oct.
&;t l T. E. Ph. D. Homeopathic Medicine -I i ]lot, 1902.
H. 'laliaferro, C. Co., cor. William and John Sts., Mr. Shaffer closes
New York Be sure to by saying he is
I'resident.N'T getHUMPHREYS'
I At' .. .. .... 2S ... .. I willing think he to is inetticient resign if or the incapable.member v+

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2 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER! Established ; "

1874 .



ChUd'rJl H .' OTIC&i5 hereby given that the following deiCribe&>ldsi1bt} '_<
ir* ../ **, > '% "r W at public auction pit the first Monday, the :tb dJY ofo.tob A.. D.

Pierces the mother's; earl'1ikll a lWOrd. Annul; Penalty REfi11tlD j >from y Harness the court !.!ODse HI the.town of Ik City 1ft the county of ( IUltlbla it.*
e *" of Florida, or so much thereof as will be
Often the mother whawnjld do SW jrif i necessary to-pa1 Je llt101U1ltitt "f"
for the every- dHataral Destruction of Tre;': t for taxes herein set opposite the same;together with the :
littfe cost
thing on loves, iss utterly -- aRd .. uadvertising. t 1:1C> >pk:11fliAFat4F.
impotent; 'to>ielp and finds no ? Yoa can make your Lan ,
help in physicians. That 'tthe case I II i ne* u lore ta a glova -=--= -_-:-:....====-..:.. -- -=:-- = ?

with Mrs. Duncan whose little one was I Imftilmtmtu t* Blrvr Pl_4* and eaung u FUitE1CA tough AI wlie lIar by- .1 I \lDl'l1x='

almost blind with la Okie ReckleaUr Re....* .... Oil. Yoa ClOD BB 'r'. j DESCRIPTION :
....gthefilla IIteJUake"Luit I 1114
scrofula. But Leave Rich La ad. Exposed t..k. ai lung at It S TR (teat :

fortunately she I. tat Raslaii Water. ordinarily oold. Zack Brown Cols'a and nljof .--;:'''''a''
0.nC,4 ge'4-.14 4slie
was to use Dr. 11\0\
I Pierce's Golden Unknown_ -.. Yi_ ._lot No !S------------------- 7 2, 16e .-4<
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ci,; medical XE>i6Cov-' The people [along the ohio: river 1 1 EUREKAHarness t Ga & Fla Hound 'TimJber. 't"! 1.- I%. <:itl

cry'and so cured and Its tributaries are now paving Cu,,, -. ... '_011I Ii of wets and ne t4 of nwf. !-"- --.1O
A F Hudson. .nw! of nw'4-------------" 5 & 1'ftt'
?-.tbe- : I G n Gihaons&4 of se's-- 9 9. 1 .t
,to a of fort'st."uute.j In and about -- -- -- --- ,q }lie to '
t; painful operation.The Pittsburgh' 50,000 men are idle because LDaujjbttry_____ n".. of ne1. except W4 acres ;17i'I'
great blood- of the of factories makeaapoorlooklnahat.lt 11&1 new. Uade of .I' ii net; uf ne>4 ; '' '' -- ...20; 3j, jfc tii?. ;
'' purifying I stoppage by pur. heavy bodied oil ea. 1 Heirs of I' B Benedick 4 of neVj' and wjj i of neJ4 .* -24).=
late floods. The losses of the railways pecuOly prepwed W wlta- <
\. ties of Dr. Fierce's stand the w<&1iler. I. and sel4 of nw4 and net ,
alone will exceed: 1000000. The J of >
Golden Medical I aw'4-------------------- 14s I8e 2flo .
Discovery have damage to buildings by delay of orders in tIWIt-liU everywhere H*E_ i JT Summer- __--_- --swj{ of tlW'4-------' ,. --.i5 .4i llie JQ ; 5f
i been proved over by direct loss of wages: and in ? JTSummers_._ -. se I.. of nw(4and ne'. of swirjl 4* Itte 'Igl'

I and over again incases a dozen indirect waks, will foot up Made tj STANDARD OIL CO. e (' 1'osey- -- -- ---- ....seI4--- .;- _: -- --- -=:?( 5ijre iS 'a'
of scrofula, many millions more. AH down the f CC"Poey'. -::-':-.'-"- >I'!! of .;;ers - ". :.-r25'-5rifc (II!) ??-!

1 eczema, eruptions Uley the destruction continues. At So there i* to be 'a baseball trust V'J lI tlon{;:_. ._-,>! of.r"'l *,...,..- i._ .125*..* A.*, ._:. i.fei 5

ind other diseases which are caused by Cincinnati the Hood has already One by one the trust takes controlof I 5C.4'-------- . .- --.2tt(5s 16e JIQ s ,,. : .
an impure condition of the blood. It reached the Samuel Tolen__--_.--e< of net. its 10 acres 01. I -" '
entirely eradicates the poisons which danger line, and may all the necessities of life. I : j' .':e s-Ue-an.f it) acres off e / l laB
feed disease rise as high as the record-breaking __. u ___, 9 Vide I." 'tit4 '
builds the of> of
up body I. 'w.4 ne 4-------2 as .oe .iW
with sound, healthy flesh. mark of \43l, says the Chicago Interl'ean For digestive weakness nervoua- j I V J Ilerlon'ne'4 and it' of se>4 .. _. .-3J 5< We 2tt w ;
t aMy little daughter became afflicted with ness, pains in the fide, flatulence, V J *I. rlung----------all---------------------------d! \ 84Jj Y:

scrofula, which affected her cyeg. write Mrs, Most people dismiss the ravages di/czines.s, vvakefulness, headache another d I Det" and eK of i w4 andsw-J- : } f _
Ague L. Duncan of Mansfield. Sebastian Co., of flooded rivers as unavoidable accidents. '1'. '. b \ ; ,-. 1.( 0t"".'..' -------.t.. ; --.JJ\jI i.t '.)erdlcii tF
Ark.a She could not bear the light fur over a annoying accompaniments! of '
year. VTe tried to curt.her: eyes, but nothing Tint why did the Ohio in 1SB4 c cobtivenc Ilerbine is and i V J 1Ierlong"se'4------I - -------3ti 5s 16em rJ i
Old any good. We had our home phyiician and reach at Cincinnati the highest point a prompt |; VJ Uerlon/uo..uuiIL..h __-_ __ h_ I fo Ite W lii
he advised as to take her to aa oculist. as hereyelids I unequaled remedy. Price 50 cents j V J Uerlong___________uL and bw'i of se> and >> aU-
would have to be .scrapcd.' They had on record? It is not reasonable to (J. AV. Price. j : 4 s iI
become 10 thick he thought.be would never suppose that the rainfall that I : of nw).. of sell! and e!:. of 4 t

recover her sight. As there was no one else to I, heavier year It is estimated that the steel I.. stl4- -- --_ ----2)) Ve .1.1'It
whom we could applr my heart sank within was than it had been on several 1 '
me. I went to your Corrtmoo Scn< Medical I strike cot $!?5UtOOIIO. It wasn't e- 3fflj 16e 730
previews occasions. The :
Adviser,' read your treatment on !scrofula getting greatdamage i V J Herlong..________.he-fin at tei.rSFy; ; .1
the properties uf medicine there advbrd. wrought by the flood of l'ec line hem '" v 'v'F!!- 1tween
With five bottGolden Medical IoCOvery'I i and likely to be repeated this yea, I sec 5 ant $4' : .
have entirely cured child. h'" j -- *
*Hoping this will be my of some use to you and was due to the abnormal rapiditywith Take life as it comes, and make .. ,chains, n 2 chains eat; *" 'i t

a thanks blowing, t rin.-to other sufferer*, with hearuelt I. which the water came down the the most of all circumstances, but I .'". .. .ri.. chains thence tjii "2.20 } /". ," .;f, j ;

river. More water did not fall, butit I for a bad cough or cold, take Cal- I chains to ginning '... .3 Gs 16e i 2 is' 1
a Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are came faiiter. Why? 1 lard's Horehound the best V J Ilerlonsj.. ..,-__,.,all except HO acre'' 111,D( }
Syrup, .
an excellent laxative for children.
rJt'CllUse the hills of Pennsylvania, known for relief and i> ] : corner and s.---------- GilJe 'JO .101 :
They are to take and I' remedy quick IvjueTion. :: : ;
easy thorough Ohio. West and ... .. .'Glo _- n. --11)1 J
Virginia 1 .m
u action. Kentucky sure cure. Price ii and uO cents. ) Hera-- .
111 arres in se cor-
had for years been stripped reckles.s- G.V.. Price.
of i \., nerof nv.'14 and t,1',;_ _ll M e< Ife %]$ 175.
ly their timber coveringNot only I '' Y J Uerloujf____e.! of nets and ue'4 of u. !j __ __ 1" _
had the Well, at rate I'ervcra can '
and any
large ripe trees been .
and w1.. of nwK'ands'j. : 5s 16e sffl HK
HEW RAYS DISCOVERED. 1 taken, but forest fires had sw..ptI I!
i I away the undergrowth. The natural 1 j \ in charge at ahti:1go. j VJI1-rlong--- _._:...nwl :, -' .. n ..13)I _1 '
Header ghost Every Tr..puea'I.b.t.lu' : impediments which formerly held j I all--------------; 11 t6 16e sro :

Laulnou 1aDarLa. I buck the water were gone, and it I': You Know What You are Taking I jOTMale-- -_ .h____ ve>.. lJf swig--------------P) fc bile W iS

.... descended all at once into the >alI j Tasteless'! : Y J Herlong.._. :j_m_vvi4ot ne!4 a:J el. of nwl.'--23 fe lee iao'i -8 .
I 4 leys. Hence these disastrous flood>!. t Chill T's formula s j V J Ilerlong-e.' : of eU and swf4 of nest '

Consul General Richard Quenther,of About the middle of the nineteenth I !plainly printed on every bottle showing and nw' of se!4------- *4 8s ltie 240 47? f.t'i

Frankfort, transmits some interesting | century it began to be noticed that j that it is imply iron and quininein i j II :Milton.____'__. __ .__se}4'of nvy'4' and e!4 of S\i X .f.
a tasteless form. No : and iw'.4 of swl4" .19 In lie 184 :
cure iio 40!
the Ohio lower in
{ information. cuiic :ruing the latent ran drought and cents. I lED Waldronoo.m..wlof net 4'_ _ .. ._ h 00.2-1 Is I.e ga ar
t rav*. la le95, he a.I j fc, quoting frum a higher in flood than formerly. The 150 __ _n_ j Ga & Fla Round Tim- : "

Cermau technical paper, a Frenchihfiuiit federal government was appealed to I It is real IdOlvn in the Doers 1 berCo.>' -: ..-. *
to --
.allM -- -- --- -- Ii"
diiH-overed" rays emanatingfrom and sought to equalize the flow by f make the Hrlthh feed them while ; and sw4 i of 'wLa d"ea ... r
the element uranium which possessed the construction of damn. lint these of sw'4 and bJ. 01 sets h _= 2 :1 I.e IId 23
properties similar to the measures were only palliative and they keep the war going. Ga & Fla R-/uud Tim ..

i Roentgen rays. They were called lU'c-: did natO to the root of the evil. All WHOOl'IXG COUGH. her Co._.. __._____ne';' ands' of n\\"t. andsw

querel rajs, after their discoverer, the dams that eau be built will not "Both 14 and. w ', of se'4 and se4
children '
hut the my were taken I ohe I: .: ---------3 lie aU Ui
while the discovery uf IJoentjenaroused regulate waters as the natural :1.- - -
with whooping cough Mrs. O. El Ca Fla Round Tim-
interest in growths the soil I
thehole did.
great upon once
civili/ed world, leadingto radical Of course these natural Dutton, of Danville, III.iI A small her Co h. -_.___s*>4' of net" and nw'. and$!:! 41ne'4
growths j
bottle of I and e! of nw'4 and |
1'oley's Honey and Tar s aw ,
changes in medical diagnosis, the Bee cannot wholly be restored, but some-
cured the and !4of of
cough saved me a doc nw'4and nw'4 sw >
querel rays were only fMnpluyed in a i I thing can be done in that direction. I and .
tor's bill. G. \V. 1'rice. .L4 e>,i of sw" and w!iOaFIa
very limited way in physical laboratories i.i Much of the land about the Ohio's --- of seta and ne'4 of se!,'__:_ 5 Ja.: I.e m 18 ij

and an assertion by the Frenchfoirntist headwaters is more useful for grot t j Emma Goldman) still feels revenge I_ Round Timber -

Pi'inaroays that they were ing trees than for any other ptiposes. r- ful toward the public. She threatens I Co------__seJi" of Deli and w!s of ne!4j

not emitted from uranium, but from i anew That forest lands, intelligently !i j and e4 of sw!4 and se';_ 6 i lie 3tS0! 8 JII

element made no impresnon.Kfcent : managed, will yield a crop as regn to write for the magazines. Houston Martin_______nelof nw} and w'-, of nw'.. 7 2s lie & 3 ;I
---- Ga & Fla
enix-rimmta by the Ilrrlihigh ular as a wheat field's has been deal
Extreme hot weather is a great ier -- ___ --. .-__-- }! of 8..J. -82sl7e 40 112
school of onstrated. - -
= technology have proved Scientific reforestation -- -
tax u1'lIl1the digestive power of ba- : Ga & Fla Round Tim-
this aSH'rli.m-that a new element is under public control will prove ber ('O.h.--------h-
p.usiUe for the profitable both in the aies: when puny and feeble they I I all. 9i
IVequerel production of
rays j lwI f
!I .( one4an( : ne'4
should be given dose |
and the timber a
iattrestinjr fact has been observed and in the
preventiont of '
ands' of i-.lO)2s) lIe
that these rays render almssevery Hoods. 'Cream \ ,'rmifuge. Price 10 cents. Ii. I Ga & Fla Round Timber nw!. and s} nao 202J
W Prkc.i ,
transparent sub tauce luuiiuuu The Ohio valley states now pay ahl'a.y ...... Co.s!4ofne'.. and sw'4 andn]..
in the darlnev penalty in flood damages for iI I i- of oet.i. _Til 2:, lie 33, | 0i&lof

These rays make it possible to tell the ignorance and recklessness oft I .tf7Mi1141 !i Unknown------------- se4. 11 i lie 171
former : GJ. & 'la Round Tim
genuine diamonds from artificial ones gcneratioiiK. Until I
in the lark. This will prove of greatpractical '>, ic effort is made to reforest systems the hills I'KDER ber Co._._.____.n i and sw 4' and w!.*< of se'i

importance in ttotinjThe from which the Ohio draws its w a- y $5,000 D6P051a 1 TOa& Ha found Tim-. sad ne't' of sel.( .K: B* tiW IO M

experiments have also resulted in obtaining lets navigation i will continue irrr x- R. FARE PAID berc
for the tir t tfmelarjrl"rlluao' ular, and disastrous floods will be f 200 FREE 4ofneI43nd\\"l of net:.
o i
and wk.! and of
w); seta:
tities of the new element, which hademonstrated 3 frequent occurrence. Probably it I j d, ScboUnhipi offered a dnet. ofsel,,_ __ .132.s Ie 5 I.I 103:
that rays emanating would take at least a century to re'j' %rite Quick to Ga & F1a Round Tim-

from a larger quantity make the air l' store something like natural comji- CA.ALA.BUSINES8COLLECf.Macon.Ca.weakens u .' erCo. except nw>4 of gels __ __.14)i

s such a conductor of electricity that f it'I lions, but the time and effort would -- .- i e!, of net; and nw'+ of nets [

io hoped this property can be utility I be amply repaid by the public bene- Oa and nJ': of nw}.' ands.isk' Ke' 11:)) 19 d0
in wireless telegraphy. Experimentsfor ; fit. & Fla Hound Timber -

this purpose are being made in the !, .i,. Ga.k pi0"f.' -----------all--------------------------. w 2s lie wo j n (13

Berlin institution but the deepest at tHiaeral i la the ....d of Oraatfri.i. .- Timber -
is Cu .-Bw'4'of3w ,'and e>.. of zwl.J9 2s 17e ) Jto
recy maintained concerning the j Florida is rich in minerals. In Mrs :
It is stated that the addi- : Epilepsy Emely Keen-sw'4: of nw4. __ -- :_ ---- .:'0 :?s lie 44) 112
result will soon tion to phosphate, of which th.orld Ga &:: 'Ia Round Tim-

be laid before the emperor, which I I already knows, she has immense de- her Co.- -- -- --- ---- of se ;

seems to indicate that discovery i.s I i posits of clays of every kind-kaolin, -.l'-... of"'wl-- -i4"I- .... .- .- .. .. .,-a.... 1-_n.. 1.."., 9. --II-
regarded as one of great importance.THIEF I Ii ochres, fire and aluminium clajs, gypsum i t Ga &. Fla Round Timber -

i and Fuller's earth of great extent i I Co.-eSjof ne t..' and nW'-J Of nel/

and finest quality. She has stone : the body and degrades : GJ.l and "''. of ", {_."' 2, lie :\10 3-
excellent for
: building
purposes and a j the mind. I her
t Co--
saps --h."I of a lie Id
I soft maguesian limestone that Ga ', se's-- oo.h :ws !!') I
produces &
j o.la
The Scrappers Grabbed the JIaa'. i I a cement in the nervous strength thatis Round Tim-
every respect equalto ber
Mead sad Held Hla a COM I the best imported. Iron of high the source of all health, Co--------------e!of_ and et_ of nw'4tnd nw'4
0WL4 anti ne'4 of awl. .23
Prisoner. }
j' It'Vual'lo'alitiu grade and value is known to exist in I and perverts the functions : .J., lie!. andeot nw'4 and 4 sic ;I.
also ;
The pickpocket who tried to"pinch"a ; so are indica- of Because i! 'iofna'/andsw'. and nw t
tiofts of petroleum, natural and I every organ. of and 1.1' IM *
looking mail's gas se'4 se}. of set... 4 :*
porketbook and Ga -
soft coal and asphalt Uj sz found in ,I of its stubborn nature, it is & Fla Round Timber 1

found his fingers in the grasp of two 'I several portions of the state; and yet often called incurable. This I!j Co-.'::..; .all- - ._ .05
turtles l
snapping was a Japanese.native A
with one or two exceptions: the fields J all except iiwtjof sw'4 and f-
traveler iu Japan had bought j I containing these ores are undeveloped. il is not true. There i is one ,i'Ca& '** of :.wt- '- -.aji, Ke 13" l.j
the tin ties, and being afraid that he I i i iI medicine that, never fails Fla Round Timber -

would be charged heavily fur their : I I to Co- .ne'4' of ne'4' and w'i (1f ne'4

transportation as live animals on'the I ,, check the nervous spasms i i and uw't :\ndW'I"fz\\l."

train, he placed them in a small portable and give new strength to : Geo G Keen and "d-t. __ .... --- ::; !s lie -J 751

trunk which he carriedhenhe i .fill Stuffed Up : the ?*- forwife .
entire .. ._
pot on the train he held the trunk system."Our Ca & Flai Round : --ne'4 of s+vr4- ,27 2..e *' 'of 13

so carefully under his' arm that a thief I j, That's the condition of many suffd'Cr9l j{ baby boy had epileptic spasms her Co-----------Tim-e!. of .
from catarrh in the and the -jiiy icians were unable to da i s ne 4 and ntct 4 of ne'
who was in the crowd was sure the i especially morning. I and 4ca
anything: to help him. \Ve heard of ue'4 'f-- :.S :, lie 1.- :*
Great Fla
man had soml"Jhiutliluabl in ,the difficulty U experienced in clearing Dr. Miles'Nervine, and from the time I Round 'Tim-

btix. So he pot into the same car and I the head and throat. ;' he took the 5rt W he never lad I' GJ ber ( 'o. ... -_ .. i of sw4 ,. ._.. __ : ,_'H 17e 4) yr
took an adjoining seat. Ta&iug the i I No wonder catarrh causes headache another att.uk: ," bias]. I'ESMR, & 'Ia Iuand Timber

first opportunity, he cut a small hole !I impairs the taw!': ,smell and hearing 439 :Meridian Ave., Anderson, lad. I Ga.Fla Co -- ,Hound- -- ------nwt4ofneti------------Timber ::9 Ic lU 31J.
iu the trunk with a sharp knife and''' .

slipped in his hand. pollutes and the alftfU 1'n'.ltll the,appetite.deranges the stomach ,, ''iia & fia Co----------Pound 'nmI -nwi4 of ,;\\'t- _-. .__ .. .. __ :;9 a lie 40 9S

About this time the turtles ("ondml..d 7o care catarrti. treatment most be ber co__ ___ nei
that there I -- ( et, ; of nw!.. and nw
wassoln n
thingdting conbtitutioi.al alterative .Ji1es'r'vine
and '
of nw'4 and .
l 4 sw, of sw'
and they took hold of his fiujjir* "! afflicted -
was with catarrh. I tookmetilcines and el of sw'4 and nurt;
in a hearty \ay. Gritting his teeth, of dinerent kliuls, giving cacti < I of seta and {' > 9 t'9
ne'4 of : I
the thief tried to uithdrau iii. J.and, I a fair trial; but gradually crew worse until N Mrs Emely Keen.--- _ne!,,' of nw set4"30 % lie ',,1 13d:
I could hardly hear, il or auiell. 1 then I Mrs 4---00..1 lie w
but he couldn't. Thin: he holed and I concluded to try I1.....t's Sarsupanlla, and : Kuiely Keen. -- 4 of s'4---------------l: J -,

the owner uf the trunk bt'i"t'd him and I after taking live bottles I \vas cured and allayS pervious 'irritation 1 Mrs st;; ofsw v 4-- .__ _: _,.. ,* lie 1.0 3t
Lave tot had return of the Dlely Keen. of
turned him ovr to the train people, any disease : -ne4 se---------------- ,
who at the 'belt station gave Mm to since" Ei'OESC POSHES, Lebanon, Kan. '! stops spaslas, restores digestion -' \\,14 of nw.l" and Wl, of scat; C

a policeman. The ineident, howeverwasn't Hood's Sarsaparilla: ,and.'mental"\;gor.S91J S8 keen------------- and se't' of swt" flI7e| %'u j Ii6

('lottedlntil the traveler Yo aipuni..I.d ;I by 4ragvstf ptmrsntte..' 4, nw4ofswt4 and 6eL4 ofbw
Cures catarrh-it snoiliM a.ii.1 e&cngth-t 14 .
-- -- 261be'4
fur violation of the railway Dr. :iife MediMl Co, ElUurt, lad. of SIN
ena fire mucous me.mLr.iiie and builds S n14' =7i- lie 120
regulations. up the \\hole eysWu. I Mrs S Keen &e'4 <.fbwi4 Z's: lie W 1 *

I Emely Keen --sw}: of set.._ :.,3 2s Ke W 1 :s!


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The rainy Children's .:
season has come to CAU1IRII
I IMtll close. for a few day and the farmers ZtI6F5CILLFL.I.: O:G 5.-Our

4 I I j, have gone to work gathering the \community bus sustained a ad 1 I i

?rt.y haves shock in the death of one ot our FertiKnr.
asor, I catarrh has Lecomc such
I Mr. A. W. Jackson disease that a. common m -t nobleosLens, Will T. Weeks,
has a free
II i moved his petson entirely from
I I I: household goods to Winflcld where this dl u,tina complaiit is seldom met which occurred at his home in That's a good name forcott's

hi will with. It is custonury to speak of Catarrh Mikesville on Sept.." at IliO
I I i I engage in p. a.,
Oil II teaching school. i as q Emulsion. Children
He h3 rented nothing nn.re serious than a bad cold after an fitness of a few weeks' dura-
bis newly furnished I a simple iu amaiatk of the and
M ise
bataer cwt ..ka tw I house to Mr. Rum; ph. I throat. It i.+. h fact a complicated and tio i of malarial e\"er. are like young plants. Some -

__4wI-S S 4 1r Judge W. M. Ives wa with us Sun' very dangerous disease; if not at first, it He was' born and reared in bur: will in ordinary soil
sewe -.ww. day. He conducted very tan becomes to. midat. The writer ,knew him from grow
+ r .r.-a services in themorning The blood H qniokly contaminated by 1 Others 1ertiHzers.I
; bovhojd n
and evening.Mr. the foul ecrttion.and the poison through aoJ aever kje him to do' .

; WA. J.V.. Hatcher is contemplating |I the general circulation is earned to all a dishonorable act. lie was the 1' The nature-ofsome children

erecting a ginnery herein I}I parts of wares ,, very soul of honor. In every rtla- them
I J (Salves, and prevents thriving -
the near future. sprats are Ullsal 5- lion uf life he was true. Ever ready |
Hurrah for J. W. factory and beraiuc
Mi 3 Lola Pearce, of thin place, is'I j'I not reach the disappointing teat of the trouble. they S. S.do S. to respond to dutj's call-always atphis : on! ordinary' food Such chili -

seriously ill with fever. I(i does. It d acses the bloo.1 of the poison : post. I I i dren grow right if treated right .
and eliminates from the all A number of the :
Miss system calarrhal Presbyterian s-
?. Alice All Douglass is able.to sit I I secretions, and thus cures thoroughly !, ch\rch-a Christian in his walk and i ij i j! All they need is a little fer- = '
again. of
Ler and
many friecd permanently tli went cases.
are glad of the good news. Mr.T. A. j conversation, an efficient officer in I j tilizer a little extra richness. t' '
leadiii ,
RiUtoras a ?dry ioodi s ereluototSpattanbYryt,9 -
-- ,sir. J. U. B. Gunning has about I bad Inn* w=e of c..wratn: KFor aril I the the Sun church.lay and schjoL a faithful teacher in I I I Scott's Emulsion is the right :

completed a cotton press at this .awl Catarrh, with all ,:

that the steel trust place and will soon be ready to gin tbe which dUaiftttU bcUwf la effect llwl Our party has lost a noble worker i j|, treatment. : r -

;1ly,33,00OOOo in the past the fleecy lint. ducue aad which He was true to Democracy. II{ Fertilizers make things grow.I .
R indicate[ that the cake and I He iu the I I
would Mr. N. D. Dicks has enlarged his filelepainful .e dmedinYe was prime of life-in his That's .
4tbktwt ha been slightly store for .prtibetJ by1eadiuC 'thirty-sixth year. Scarcely eleven i[ just what Scott's Emulsion _
of .
purpose .buying cotton. pbr tc6w and
We wish him wafriend. \f Buiutjcrt _, mouths ago he was married to .MUs } does. It makes children -iJ =
success. He is I
'- offering U mltboul \ -rf3 Lila Lites. ,
,, .
> -.tn.au- Coxhen, Iud: some excellent bargains. Call and 'i gNYig any lwtlcr. S.t Itlunbeganloteke8 Besides his wife he leaves grow in flesh, grow in strength,

futile Early IU era never see them. It ka4 UK dtMird young a ''

.Jeoble like other pills, but A. W. Lord & Co., of this place, I I I alit effect' ,ULUg and cured eighteen me 4BlESl&M7' .. father n aud mother, Mr. and Mrs. J, il grow rich blood grow in mind, N Y

fvorfclhoroughly: and make are selling shoes and hats at butilci.! In my.,oylrin S. t u the only at edr Weeks, of Uikesville, a brother ,. grow haPPYThat's what we
sa'. boy.1* Certain,' thor- cost for due now la u.e 11&1 will fleet a perauacut cure D. D. Wed,,. of Lacrus-i, and to.
er-,A;R. Wi'e.tibed. cash. Call and see them and get of Caurrh." make it for. '
Mrs. R. A. Turner of La- _

of Maclay's naval some Mr.good N. Pearce bargain has Is the only Llooil purely purifierknown Tegetille I croilse. and Mi. Sallie Weeks: of Send for free sample.

purchased a S S S and Mikesville and friends to'i': SCOTT &: OWN 5:,ChClD lh, 409 Pearl St,V.T. c
of, the author Is an "A.is \1. new top buggy. est of ,all blood the great media : his untimely many death. I'i socui ,......,ail druggMU. ,,,
uj'wldent that he A -- Mr. C.S.
Rumph has taken a tripto rints and tonics. "
Ho was laid to rest |
this : If ou have Catarrh ilou't wait until it on Saturday
Tampa week. We wish him ) The
I E afternoon. Rev. H. H. Newman trust spirit is still unchecked.
a good time. becomes deep sealed and chronic but be- f y
..=T, )mss, of Morgantown, Ind., I j'1gtA;t I at Duce: the use of S. S. S., and send I Archer Fla., preached lids funeral. : It continues to ride rough-shod. .

pten or twelve times in Mr. A. H. Roberts has accepted a' Lr our book ou Blood and SLia[ Disuses The large: co.icoarse which assem-. through the avenues of business,

iwi had severe backachel position with Geo. A. Douglass. and write our physicians about your case bled to pay their last tribute to hlimemo..y crushing all opl>o::itiua. Nut on

the kidneys. Was cureSidney d Mr. Bunk Pearce has purchased a :!' THE SWIFT SrtClFJC CO.. ATLANTA 6A.jI j bat mutely attested. to the ',, the| program U a patent-leather
fine the hith esteem in which he was |!
Cure. It's horse-at least
guar he seems to combination, whk h -
held tw all who knew him. > .proposes to have

&1F Price:. think so. PETER. i I jI! Our iiceiest| sympathy goes out to Ia! capital of nearly *lOO,<)il)>,0JO. By ,,
I! hemp frauds now occupy the bereaved ones. l;. H. J[. |i the lime it has become
..Isdboyr, you who have W. T. Wesson, Gholsonville, Va., 'i: the attention of Senator Hartley'sj thoroughly

alerted for the football druggist, writes: "Your One Minute j sub-committee on military affairs. TOT CAUSES XIGl1'rL.Im organized, Mr. Morgan may be expected : ;

let hair Cough Cure gives perfect satisfac- j i to step forward and have afoot
lit jour grow "One night brother's
And it would from the testimony my baby was
tion. appear -
My customers say it is the i In it.WOULD.
tailed!: with writes MM. -K
croup, J. C.I
best \ \ that of these
remedy for coughs, colds. some army offi- Snider, of Crittenden ,i
wrists and lung troubles." A. R. Wise. d!jeers have been given entirely too seemed would .tro.ngls;, bctoreweiI Ky., I Ii HAVE COST HIM HIS: ALIFE.

\; iipraioed -- much rope. i I could get a doctor so we gave it Dr.; i j I i -
tab and sprains, or cuts A dispatch from South America I '!
'King's. New Discovery. which gave I j Oscar Bowman, Lebanon, Ky..
r ether cause are quickly I says that 600 Venezuelans have been j Mr. Daniel Bantz, Ottersville Ia., : quick relief and permanently cured I.I writes: "I have been using 'oleY'Ii
tatBallard'* Snow Oat killed in battle with the Colombians I' it. We always keep it in the house t.
says; : "Have had asthma and a bad Kidney Cure and take great pleasure =
jnoptly applied. Price, to protect our children from !
Somebody must have been violating :| croup c
-tv..CJeo. \V. Price.nbbuhYenezuelan !. cough for years but could get no and whooping cough. It cured me of in stating gave me permanent care i '
the rules of modern warfare. !''relief I < from the doctor and media chronic bronchial trouble that no i,!, of kidney disease which certainly f'

l affairettled.down I''vines i I used until I took Foley' other remedy would relieve." In- '' would have cost me my life." Take

e flare Wm. Finn, of Lima O., obtained Honey and tar. It gave immediate'relie fallible for coughs, colds, thro.it and j none but }' ley's. G. W. Price.

to a excellent results from the use of F- and done me more good than lung troubles. 5Uc and il. Trial

ktiets the champion liars ley's Kidney Cure. "It relieved all the other remedies combined." G. bottles free at Geo. W. Price'. ;',, It is stated that iUI UtO,tlli) re reseats -
cwiat W. Price. drug .store. i the '
1. I I 'output" of floral establishments
backache and -
severe pain over the ,, -- _

iri'titncbere praUe One hip;. It toned my system and gaveme A monument has been, erected in There is a "treasury----sultan- that in this country This!
j i
ought to make of
vim and It is some our Willie .
tCowk Cure' for the suffer new energy. an Kansas in honor of SJebulon Pike, Hawaiian Chinese may land on our ,
honest and reliable remedy, a sure :, | boys, with their little three dollar: p
Utetl and the Urea of their[
the man who discovered Pike's"Pealr. shores as. American citizens. Fever I.
for all diseases. | : ;
tit ntcd. Strikes at the cure kidney U.W.j! bunch of posies for their Gladys sit 'r-
duce trouble and drawn out the Price. :|i It would seem to us that the peak : tbeless, we fail to see where a Ha- ,i down and figure out just how much i!

i itafc The children'[ favor Itself Is monument enough for any waiian Chinee is any better than 11,
It is to be presumed that I i they amount to in our best society. .
cite. ,A. R. Wise. I man. Chinese Chinee. ,
-- --- -
will be in command of the -
--- r stops tbe Cough ana works off the
1 that Spain threaten to send : A FIENDISH r
oeiei hope no one willbej" \TT.l'K.An .
Constipation, impaired digestion Cold. n "
nesb to explain why Sir against Morocco. and a torpid liver are the most comI1 attack wa. lately made on C. :''
continues to lose byfefecauehe -- i F. Collier: of Cherokee, Iowa, that Laxative Bromo.Quinine Tablets g
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not j. mon tiredthiistlese responsible nearly proved fatal. It .came I i cure a cold in one day No cure, no
is Irlib.i mere stimulant to tired nature. It.j I for that fagged-out through his kidneys. His, back got''pay. Price 23 cents. ,

affords the stomach complete and i feeling that makes the summer a so lame he could not stoop without { ;

little Early RL-ers never absolute rest by digesting the foodyou dreaded period to so many people: great pain, nor sit in a chair except ;i I Edward M. Sheppard, the Tam-
They are safe, prompt;, eat. You don't have to diet, lIerbine will cure constipation. It j propped by cushions: No remedy I j
i I candidate for of
many New
ili '
but can enjoy all the good food you helped him until he tried Electric ,
the liver and bowels' want. Kodol Dyspepsia cure In.i' the liver to normal activity. Price |Bitters which effected such a wonderful !, York, will give Seth Low alight

easy to take. Never gripei scantly relieves that distressed feeling |- 50 cents. G. W. Price. change that he writes he.' race, if he does not defeat him. By II

:A:13. Wise.lY.is : after eating, giving you new life feels like a new: man. This marts i I-1 I I the nomination of Shepard Tam-

and vigor. A. 1:. Wise. Prof. Haeckel says monkeys. tl ious. medicine cures backache and 1 i i many has departed from its ordinary -
i L'ptoa wanted a 12-( _- i scented from man, and not men ,, j kidney trouble, purifies the blood i
11tat.0a further Investiga* Private Devlne Is to serve a year : !add buildup your health. Only -iY\: ].. course by going outiide the organization .
j j from the But when
Iitla "it monkey. we seethe : at Geo. W. Price's drug store. rea king that there .
will be discoveredtaVrata' in an prison for say[erg he
army aSt'I'II antics of .some men we should
I I' -- -- -- ---- would be no chance of victory if a
-knotone. glad President McKinley had been A threat from
think the average monkey would comes Canada to '
man not be agreed who
upon ;
' I shot. It is at least encouraging to j feel like resenting the charge. i impose high duties American i
!infer from pile* If BO do i.: ; upon j could win over the disaffected elef t
t wttry for relief. Deutt that there is a law that can | ;! i goods designed for that cuuntr ment in the Democratic ranks and

Salve will cure wonaadiafelybavngyo e I deprive some fools of the right of> STEPPED INTO LIVE COALS. I Canada has to do these little: things i i cauture i
a good share of the indej t 4
[ u I (free speech. I i "When a child, I burned my foot : occasionally just to make herself believe j pendent vote. Tammany is of the -

t f lad danger of an operat i.J I 1 frightfully," writes W. H. cads. of she has, self-government. j opinion that its man can do this atU1
: _
1. Anew remedy for biliousness i i* I j Jonesclle'a.., "which caused hot-j.i -1 S scouts the idea of defeatWII.T'S
I'now on sale at G. W. Price's drug- rible leg sores for thirty years, but' THE MOrtE GOLD CURE.
tht-the Columbia out- store. It is called Chamberlain's i i ] u.klen'lirnica Salve wholly cured

Shamrock. We could I Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives s me after everything else failed." i' : ', YOUR FACE WORTH.

IfrTkowas a few pointnow !'quick relief and will prevent the attack Infallible, ] for burns, scalds, cuts, An Ingenious Treatment by which Sometimes a fortune, but never, if r

ht It ie tat if given as bOOn ad the Bret indication ', sores. bruises and pilles. Sold by Drunkards being Cured daily 'II \you have a sallow complexion, a ,
{ too e. of the disease appears. II ) Geo. W. Price, -'5c. I Ii In Spite of Themselves. i Jaundiced look, moth patches an.1
1 blotches on the skin, all.signs of liver :
Forestdale I Price :i cents per box. Sample i --- -- -- I '
Vt, says trouble. But Dr.
9 King's New Life
completely cured of a free. "fhe people of New York know ,I ;XO NOXIOUS DOSES-SO WEAKENING: '' |Pills kin
: ,_ I Ii give clear rosy cheek-, R. _
v eczema find Sah Low," the OF THE NERVES A PLEASANT : 1
by the use of 'where to say ANDj complexion. 25
Only cents at
i do not see e
For the life of us, e j' (
! hazel Salve. B I I latter's friends Bat they may have POSITIVE CCKE FOR THE i11(;eo.. W. Price's drug store. .Y
aurfelts. .It instantly! : how there can be any plusable objection : j!i UQUOE HABIT. j -- -
( look little more carefully to
4. lL 11'ise.. i to some practical form of ,I! to a : It i, now generally known and understood \;I LOOK! A STITCH TNTTIMEes'
; is n
sIt j find him after Tammany ha51'ulleJanother tb.it Drunkenness a disease and not weakness.
when steel strikes cost A hotly filled with poison. and new '! Saves nine. Hughes Tonic (taste r -
:i Leaea with a.codthere ,arbitration, apiece. ; snow bank down on him I,, ,completely snattermt by periodical or co pleasant j I ), taken in early Spring and
+ Sow month. i i iI I.[ .stant use of intoxicating liquor, requiresan I
1 jalac } antidote capable ot neutralizing and 1 I :Fall prevents chills, dengue and male a
baked bea* cr 'pi, FREE BLOOD CURE. I II )'I 'eradicating this pouun, and destroying t larial fevers. Action the liver, tone..

will starve to I I We recommend Botanic: Blood.; Mothers who have always so i, ;cure craving themselves tor intoxicants.at home Sufferers without publicity may now i i up the system. Letter than calamel

Balm ((8. B. B.) for all blood trouble*, ,dreaded the approach of hot weather orjosjiot time from business by this 1Iron. i and quinine Contains no arsenic. s
such as ulcers, eating sores, scrofula, when they have a teething! babe, ''dertul"UOMKUOLUCUKE'which has br r Guaranteed' try it. At druggists.
humors, pimples, ,.houlJ not forget that TEETHES perfected after many years ot close study j 50c and II bottles. ai>rl3'01 .
! Ie ered from InlIge eczema, itching and treatment ot in brates. The fatbtulu.e "
C a- boils, carbuncles, blood poison, aching ,counteracts. and overcomes theefr according to directions of this woods : t -1 1 11 B "" 1 ,
>A. LeDeis, Cedar weather in chilies i ful is positively
festering sores, castey !ifects of hot discovery guaranteed to ,
ke others I tried man bones, Blood I them in healthy condition and 'cure the most obstinate case,no matser bow $15 to $18 a Week.
Botanic keeps
catarrh, rheumatism. bard a drinker. Our records how the m :
wit"never errsalary; an intelligent man or woman in '
foundany- TEETHIXAH :
blood or L makes teething easy. velous iranistormation ot thousands of
Balm all malignant i each town. Permanent .
I cures puHiiioo. M c..t.
i me rood until I took especially advised H only 1-5 cents per box at dru gDi undards into sober industrious and u rir lire hour for spare time Manufacturer. ..
&kin diseases
(.Cure. One bottle old, deep-seated cases.. It cures 'ists; or mail :S cents to L. J. l 11vlVEscureyourHCSB.VSDs"rl1It CHIL- I .box jIj, Fuiladelph la. o-ll-AL 11 j

ta4 ibo bad suffered when all else fails. heals eeryIIOre felt, M. D., St. Louis, Mo. DUES cure your FATMMto" This remedy
ton the use of !sod ol l all aches and1 I - '- is in no sense a nostrum but U a suecidc tor r' '
sale U gaining fast or Ilimple. Stollli this disease only. and is so hkilmlly devised f241LandGUARANTEED 3-
by ghing a healthy blood sUI' Edward Everett Hale makes public 'and prepared that it Is thoroughly soluble'
3rpains UDU
able A
l to work.madesmi Thoroughly travel for :3U year" which he aleges: were and pleasant to the taste. ..<.that it can be 1
some verses
CurefJ4 Ply ma of t.-aur coU..eillIouttbe
tutu cup 3.000 DEPOSIT 4
? a tot al 1'houil3nJI rbottleliOur restore composed by DanielVchster.. After knnwledveot the person taking it Tbou- .1
rs Drunkards hue '
tl per large scuds ot cured themselves R. R. FARE PAID
convinced that
receive trial treatment fr ee reading them one is witnlbis priceless remedy" and as man
will a pace; been cured sad made 200 FREE
more temperate
_13 lltchdl Mr. Webster made no mistake in d ir. "

? flames of thememRoosevelt' st by ,*AUaifta.r'. Describe"trouble! tiding to become a statesman i j! loung men by tnends haxmgtae'CI.KK and relatives; admintnteredn witnont their by Scholtnhip offered.Wmc .
It i know in coflee or tea and believe KkM: ,
_, cabi- medical advice give n- K-due to- lt
# ti i and free .tead, 1 day that they discontinued dnnking of theirown CA.-ALA.BUSINESS COUCCE.MiWOfl.Ca.
: 'i, Gage, Root Medicine sent at once prepaid sptSenator"Wemngton's tree Kill lio>joT Vi.Uf. Do Dot be deluded _
l>_v apparent and misleadingim ,l

!t Put this cannot I I I mouth seemsto provement1 1irib e out the disease at once I
and tor 4.lltlm.. The 'HUME UOLIMTKC'
-' <' have proven his W.1ttlloo. CASTORIAFor i L is sold at the extremely price ot One HEADACHE :
4 Dollar tnu placing within reach of every
: KNOWING.Joiears Children. body a treatment more eucctual than others
infants and
SUCCESSWORTH costing trom *i;>to v.u. fruit dirtitious ,

: J lIugbe.' Tunic success a in great the South remedy proves Bter t ortrt- The Kind You Han Allays Bought by outUlracbarge.accompany skilled physicians each package Sent when; prepaid requested Special to any advice w tt:hpart- [ ; )) F L L

chills and aU malarial fers. ,' M> ot the world uu receipt ot One lX>llar, Address _
1wt I.SSM and quinine.- 1'tains >nBears the D<-vL E l. EDWIN tt Gl LfcS &CUMpASY.aJuandJBi -
gen. than Guaranteed, it, ,,. */* : : Market St.,Philadelphia: j AI aR .14 ...... 2S Dear 2Sr. .
no afll.nie. ti1 Slgttatsre All correspondence strictly coaadentiaL \
I.i.r. : bottlesaP I
5lk hl :l
At drug-fi.tl.
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'. 4 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1874

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moved the money, and, without carefully COMfllSSIONERS PROCEEDINGS.: "President Roosevelt is surrounded I BNEVOLE';T. ASSocllrrJ_

The CitM-Repoiter. reading the letters, returned --- by an o.ficial: : faoil'y of short: "'""i-

them to clerks to be answered with Clerk's Officej Lake: City Fla., names," says the hew York! Press' i Of America Use P -ru-na. Far

E. r.. DODD, EDITOa AID FROPRIETOB. certain stereotyped letters. Fur- Oct. 9th, 1901. "In the cabinet we have Root Ia', Catarrhal Dfseasei

A.]I. DODD,luiitut Editor. ther evidence was offered, and not Board met. Present, R. T. Boozer Smith, Long, Gage, Knox-all names t

[)metal Newspaper of Columbia County and disputedr6howin she, in addition to chairman presiding; T.. W. Getzen, of one syllable, which is most unusual i 111':
the Town of Lake City. Florida. I \ ,
promising to send thoughts at cer F. M. Smith, A. F. Rumph, and Geo. The president's most intimate i I '.. '

.'ublUhed Office-South every of Friday Courthouse at Lake Square.City Fla. tain hours each day also did considerable W. Smithson. friend is Wood.. The mm he is most j I I \. i\'i\ ,

literary work. Granttag that The following accounts approvedand fond of in New York is Riis. His i ""; -

_Ailwrtiiiug Sate FiroUhed apes Application. she was a woman of energy, the au- paid: most intimate political enemy is i j

Entered la Lake City pontofflce a. second thorities concluded she was utterly 40 county paupers 103 50 Platt. His chief political adviser is ,

class matter. unable to find it possible "to even L. C W. &; L. ('0., water at j'! 7 00 Lodge. His private secretary is :-3

Subscription $t.oo Per Year. j make a pretense of sending specific J. SPerry rent of armory, 16 67 Loeb. His secretary while governor >. "-51
and individual thoughts to all her R. C. Harrill, sheriff of Putnam of New York was Youngs. All i.aaics i J ,

FRIDAY, OCT. 11, 190L patients;on account of the limited county, feed of prisoners 12 Oil of one syllable." I, 1'r.. "
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------ -- number of hours in.the day. "To H. &; W. B. Drew Co., tax sales "

TO OUR PATRONS. this she replied she could think of record 18 00 nonday Evening Clnb. '.

1,000 at a time as easily as one. Burr Index Co., Index to deeds 26 50 The Monday Evening Literary ...
l' Within the course of a few weeks Without entering into the merits of J. E. Young fifty feet hose 5 00K. Club met this week at the residenceof -.

we shall commence the erection of the so-called science, except so far T. Boozer, com. fee, Aug. 8 2 CO Mr. .. A.' FI h-r. As only a few |! Ctfills. ::i- ,}
I our new brick building,. planned ex as deception was imposed upon un h Aug. 9 2 OU who were placed on the program I /7J: .:.:.

fortunates induced u. ': Oct. 200A. were present it was dispensed .ith.
to take treatment
pressly for a printing office, adjoining .
the officials declared the R. \Vise, med for pris. 2 50 and the election of officers was 1
the Vinzant block, where th Tots, President VaUtnia
escheme "a fraud." Dr. A. J. P. Julian medical at- taken up. T. C. Watts was unani- of 'iirrti'ri.,

old frame two-utory Streety buildingnow rCOLUf1BIA tendance at jail and nurse mously elected president; Miss S.ldieilarrillOn Chicago.Mrs.

stands-size of building, 22x70teet. WINS 'IHIRD RACE. employed for prisoners 25 00 vice-president; Airs I1ettie Catherine Toft, Pwiidorf ef Qx 'J
Valkrein Association ot c.
t Dr. A. J. P. Julian, service at Limbrick, secretary; Olllie Kinnison recent letter, writes the, following Chicago & a J;

With victory flags flying from her 4 1000 treasurer; Gordon Brown, critic. L ,
A word to our patrons. We are in inquest Sept. 2619 Cottage Grove Regalia I :
towering mastheads and the ends of O. R. Parker, Justice cost 21 H The program for next meeting wa* Chicago,ills i
need of the amounts due for
you are her spreaders in honor of her con jury fees 1140 then made out. I "Knowing ot the very satisfactory Ito ,-

subscription, and a prompt settlement cluding, triumph in the cup races of witness fees 2 45R. The advisability of establishing a I lUlu from the use of Permuiuesgeid

.. will be appreciated. lOOI. he gallant sloop Columbia returned J. Stewart, constable cost 3 45 club library was favorably discussedand a worn-out system and a brokeo-don

The amount due by you may be to her anchorage Friday \V. N. Cone, sheriff cost and T. C. Watti, Q. R. Henderson I I r constitution am glad to,speak 1 have of often the advised well! deemed it,and

night under the escort of the entire feed of and A. II. Dodd were appointed a
prisoners 257 30 those
small, but when you take into consideration I praise who have tried it have give
the fact that similar excursion fleet. C. P. Mortimer, two sign boards committee to look into the matter. it. It is of superior merit. I endow

Last Friday completed her defenseof and lumber 1 40 I At the conclusion of business the tt."-MRS. CATHERINE TOFT.

ones are due by many others, you the honored trophy in another A. B. Brown, compiling agricul- club was treated t; delicious refreshments -'I Letters of gratitude from TUlou last

will see that the sum in the aggregate stirring race with the Shamrock II. tural statistics: 9495 which, it is needless to tutions of the country, to the minutiataxers

is large, and our reason for requesting over a leeward and windward race of W. M. Ices, county judge, jury say; were greatly eujoyed, and a I of Pernna, indicate the high ip-

thirty miles, crossing the finish line and witness fees 1307V. vote of thanks was extended'to the predation that theae institutions ban
will be
prompt payment ap- for this remedy.
parent. two seconds behind her antagonist, \ W. Xalbert, justice and wit- fair hostess for the very pleasurable .Yr Clara Makemer, housekeeper lint

but winning on the time allowance ness cost 2 75 evening. the Florence Crittenden Anchorage,.

For nearly twenty-eight years the conceded by Lip ton's boat, by forty- I. D. Thornton, constable cost 1 50 The Club adjourned to meet at the ion, of Chicago, writes the followiii '

CITIZEN-REPOETEB has labored one seconds. C. W. Cone, witness fees 100C. residence of Mr. E. Brown next Moa- letter from%2 Chestnut street Chicago:

among you, and we believe has accomplished For the second time she has: now Leslie, constable fees 10 20 day evening. ..Peruaa U the best tools Ihaveent

much towards the up successfully foiled the attempt of I. P. Phillips, repair of Robert I II II known forgcaenl debility- f son am

the Irish Knight to wrest from our Bridge 3 50 I for liver complaint and* oever-Mlat
building of both city and I
: county. possession the cup that means the O. A. Mann, fur ice 2 60 I adjuster la cases of dyspepsl I htttso

During our connection with the paper yachting supremacy of the world. Calhoun Jones, collecting taxes 1775; HAKES SADDLES AND HARNESS I ./ used It la cages (4 female Jm jar

since 1889, it has been our pur And plucky Sir Thomas Lipton J. L. Turner treasurer's fees 16 97 :: Baa.-I larlUes and weak nerves camooa U

pose to give all important news and standing on the bridge, of the Erin, Calhoun Jones filed treasurer receipts I revel Hta.taess EaterprUefer the IiU.lad hue fouad H most mOtI
I eered P.......
led his in three "i genii- I fattory.Mrs. Clara Makemer.
guests hu ,
hearty z- follows !
as : I
.present questions as they have era W.._..
| A book written by Dr. Hartznu el
zaps for the successful defender County tax, 1900\ 1:>1175
arisen from time to time in a fair "She is the better i I i j the different pharos of catarrh and then
boat he said, bonds, rW, 153 99 Among the novel occupation of the { treatment also "Health and
; Beauty
and impartial manner. "and she deserves to be cheered." F. and F. 18 99 feminine breadwinners of the land written especially for women, sent iris

L The past record and present standing The series of races just closed will County t school 41995 none are more diversified and un- ;! to any address by The Peeuna'adieinl

of the CITIZEN-REPORTER assures always be memorable as the closest ,' license 1200 usual than those undertaken by the I j Co., Columbia Ohio.PUNGENT .
ever sailed for the and Sir fair ones of the southern states who |
cup, Lake City sub-school 10 60
its permanency, but we must nave been
cast fortune
by their
Thomas, although defeated, will go Winfield 250 1 upon --:
have your help now, as in the past home with the satisfaction of knowing I own resources. In one of the small I i
I Su wanee" 20S3793 i towns in Florida resides the only PARAGRAPHS."This .
In order to make the iq that his
paper everyway golden yacht is the 'woman saddler America. Upon the I

a success.. ablest foreign boat that ever crowed ; 1 I death of her husband, instead of selling is an imposition. Your sign

We have recently overhauled our the western ocean. During both T. W. Getzen co. cow. fees. fl 60 I the "good will and fixtures" asW jays: 'Shoes Repaired While You

series of races not an untoward incident F. M. Smith. h. 4 i her neighbors kindly suggested, thei Wait' and here I've bees over two

entire outfit, special attention being has occurred, and Sir Thomas Geo. W. Suiithson, 3 10 i I widow carried on the business with hours." "Well, isn't that waiting

paid to the job department, and in will return to England by far the A. F. Humph, ': 740 i I the help of an assistant. Gradually I Philadelphia Times.

every instance all old and useless most popular of all the foreigners M. M. Scarborough 17 M|I the mastered every detail of the j j An Excellent, lirason.-'She doesa't
Notary public bond of J. W. trade and finally succeeded in build- I j intend to haH any bndt .maidi."
material was sorted out and shipped who have challenged for the Ameri- Layne,
ing the most lucrative "
up business friend
with Alex of "Why is that? "All her girl
Cord and R. 11. Paul as
to the type foundry as so much dead can trophy. that kind in the county, not only I 1 are so much prettier than she u.I ."-
After the Columbia had hauled sureties, examined and approved.The maintaining the
capital and in its place new and standard of work j Cleveland Plain Dealer.
up- down her sails and set her victory following bonds to carry repeating done by her husband, but long ago Fancie-"You mean thing, you!
to date material ordered. New job the lire arms examined and outstripping him in thrift
flag excursion boats crowded approved and pros- You never ask me to lunch and 1'"

and body type of the latest designs, along-id to cheer the American : II. A. Duncan, J. II. Owens, perity, says a southern exchange. heard you ask Kate Rice more than a

cabinets, borders, ornaments, perforating sailors and the winning skipper. D. Al. Feagle, R- II. Cox, Jr., Geo. I In Georgia a woman not only per- dozen times." Harry" ut. you see,

Nor did they forget either Lipton or S.Vilsun, Hayne Hunter J. J. Paul, sonally delivers the mail over a 40- he never goes.-Bo Trau.cripLHis
machine, binding and numberIng mile route, riding over the
his gallant craft. In turn the crowded D. G. Monroe, W. S. Jenllilgs.Iex settled sparsely Solo.Mrs. Fitz Fijlit-11'ho
region of
machine are among the item? i Montgomery county that snored in the this
steamers ran alongside the Shamrock Cord, J. A. Townsend R. II. ('ox, R. thrice was choir morn
weekly the
during entire '
ordered for our job department. s. J.V.. I; ing during a pause in the singing?
and Erin, and the vanquished Humph, Douglass, D. E year, but manages a large farm as
Mr. ,
I Fijjit-"Snore! Great h a\eni
Upon receipt of our new material received almost as much honor as : Feagle, Shelton Feaijle, J. W. Broun, well, doing much of the manual labor that bass solo.Ohiu
woman, was my
(not second-hand--we will have arranged the victor. And thus with felicitations 3. a O.\ens D.Y.. Crown J. M. such as plowing, harrowing, sow- State JournaL

all around the twelfth series of John, T. J. Mills ing and harvesting and supporting by
and "We cannot consider seriously -
one ot the best most up- her your story
races for the old cup which the Bond of P. B. :Summers to carry re! energy courage a family of ," wrote an editor to an author;
to-date local job and outfits four.
newspaper schooner America peating lire arms refused for want of have killed the mid-
brought over tif- j Not )ou )our h< ell in .
20 miles
in the state, and our ability to -ty years ago ended with the best of sufficient sureties. the crow flies there resides Savannah a widow as die of it.. To which the author rep.iedi :

turn out neat and artistic printingof feeling. The following application for pensions ''I of 40 who for the last ten years has i j "I killed" him because hemade D>etired.
-Current Literature.
every description, at lowest ------- examined and approved: Bus made more than a comfortable in- '
REGARDING THE FAIR. anna Harris, G. F. Dukes, Doratba'E. come as a government contractor, Mamma-"What wakesou so sick
prices, cannot and will not be ex- -- I hope haven't been chewing to
Warren. Ceo. M. Swellgroce, M. bidding for the removal of wrecks, you
celled by Mr. M. M. Scarborough, has re- the bacco." Toinrnv-"O-boo-h"u.! No,
any.BARRED Waldron, Eliza Pearce, J. W. anchoring of buoys, building ofjettil'8 Mamma-"t'm;
ceived the following letter which and ma'am. glad to hearthat
Ganey A. J. Marcum 1' '
Taylor, "
FROM' THE HAILS. explains itself: A Virginia girl has made a wids- but what- Tomnn "Iwusgo-I
James C. Clements B. Outlaw, A. B. in'to chew it,but-boo-hou I 'cen)uU
"We have perfected spread reputation as well
as a good
arrange- Wilt, U. M 'Simms, D.P. :Summers comin' an' I swallowed it whole."-
On last Saturday the post office ments with the railroad companiesand account as a trainer of saddle ,
Ordered that Dennis Edwards be i horses. Philadelphia Jtecord.
department signed a fraud order the express company, which are "
placed list i : An Alternative. Wife [
on pauper at 1.50( peri i Few people riding over the new -Squire's
barring HelenVilmans, of Sea- as follows: I : hear .' handfur
I iaui
month. London Northern railway are aware I you are getting up a
breeze from the of the mails in All county exhibits will be i
use brought that the the bazar next mouth. Kxirllebl
Petition of F. 11, WalJrop et at, : company employs the only
connection with the scheme for to Jacksonville free. If there is I to change Black Creek public road, woman train dispatcher in the world. idea! By the by, what is dour m.tru-
the mails for anything in the ller ment?" Vicar's Daughter "V>eil. I
"operating through county exhibits viz., beginning at the residence of'I i responsibility is great, her hours 1
obtaining money under false pre- that you wish to return it will pay a F. M. from seven o'clock in the morning to thought of playing the \ioim but ifj
tenses." Prominent Floridians were return rate of freight. Private ex- Waldrep on said road westward nine in the evening, her duties a continual j i I find it is too much fur me. I bllry!

present in Washington watching the hibitors that ship by freight will |! intersecting said road again nervous and mental strain. ] the triangle!"-Pum-b.
j' near the bridge now 2 JO yards west ; Quite recently the directors of the Not Suceeafcf ul.-"\\ hue," said mamma '
age, including Governor Jennings, pay tho rate to Jacksonville and the _
,i of his residence, was granted and the road complimented her upon her ef "didn't I tell you to wail guar
Senator Mallory and Representative exhibits will be returned free. The fjlliwing freeholders were appointed ficient service, and it is a pleasure to face?" "Yes, ma'am." Willie replied,
Davis and Otis K. of Southern Express Company will ship (!
Green Ocala add that "and I did "
J to view and mark out said roaJ: E. she receives the same compensation wash it. "I don't bdlCf'10u.
her She to Jacksonville free 150 pounds, not i "
legal representative. was
j It's "Y.III-
ai paid to just as dirty as ever.
to exceed. If the stuff is returned j X. Richard, G. W. Dortch and U. T.iChastaiii. men occupying
not present, but her husband intended it will I similar positions.: ma," piped little Elsie, who had jut
the I
pay ordinary
rates.It express II! There further j I tff -- been vaccinated "ma)be he did doit,
being on business : MUtkeB
; Ihattt "
The authorities issued will be understood I but it didn't 'take' the first t Uoc.- |
a state- that both a I the board adjourned to meet again At a certain function
ment furnishing a synopsis of their boughthere personal and either a county exhibit J Ion the 24th inst. to receive bids for by a very short-sighted bishop over, a Philadelphia Press.'laaalloa .
or by :
case. They say Helen Wilmans or express can be sold here if the exhib-i building the new court hOU Mr Post claimed to heal i that he had o( Aat...?bll.*.
power itor been
any sees fit, which will probably be !I Attest: M. M. SCARBOKOTOH, j detained in In
disease or affliction, including poverty : the case with all perishable exhibits;'! Ex Oftcio Clerk. :i attendance on his mother. Brussels automobile are taxed
an 1 all stuff that is "Quitc right" said from 30 to 50 franca per IIJ1I Wll, ac
method of not worth re- - the
by thought concen- turning.The -I, ,. n".d__n_ tn _., I _.__. .bishop_ "no cording to horse nower. '
tration ou the patient. I NIGHT : i man's first duty c-.n. --:
pis.-n !er rate will be one j is to his pareate. I --- -
"Evidence gained," continues the cent and a ha If per: mile for miles I lor nightmare i is a common result ofj 1! lady ia very well? hope Remember the dear old TAX DEED N'OTIffc

statement, "showed that a large traveled or three cents for a mile i indigestion. You can't expect good very kindly to her and tell me | Notice IN hcreb'eu thai fc I-' !IN'I "
lumber of persons applied and paid for the round trip. To illustrate it: I sleep with a bad stomach. Dr. Loyal shall drop in to tea her I I tile purchaser of Tai Ce'rtm. ,It" V' *
The round trip from Lane to'' next Sunday if dated the 7th Jay ot August A 0I I".hai t
money for extension of her thought City Ford's Dyspepticide the new remedy I can manage it." I tiled said certificate m nay uffltr and baa
Jacksonville __
and return will be $1.KO < When made application tor tax deed 1.n BI
power to their specific cases. To for 120 miles traveled, 60 miles each makes a sound stomach that dl'I the young man had passed i accordance with la.... Said (('rllll. . these she pent instructions that'' way. Tickets will b. sold November i{ gests perfectly. G. W. Price. en the bishop turned to a bystander I i braces situated the In Columbia following dt.nlied. Floral i.rvir'tI 1-
I and I..UDIV
they should set apart fifteen min- IXtu to November 'Jnd inclusive, said: That WAS young Jack ',I Wit Jj % ol ne ., tllorl 3i j. ti J .<,ulll
the limit to be November 24th. lie i i So there is to be a baseball trust. Cejmonr. was it not?" I range (Mi !oixtel'at'a..I. coutaiiiini MI "guar
utes daily in which to forget other kind One "No acres. The aid land being av.fv*i .
enough to get this published in by one the trust takes controlof my lord. was the : date of the issuance otu.t> leruu-. ,'* 1B
matters, and permit the heals: 19 your county: paper and in every all the necessities! of life. gentleman was the duke reply "that the name ot T. K. L. Uaugtttre; H"e"
other that the of Conikaught.London said certificate shall be redeemed a".,'*"
thought she sent to enter their bodies way people may be '
informed. tDA.IBTORIA.gr Tit-Bits. -.J | Ing to law. tax deed will issue thereon-*
and renew them." During the f j'B* lafcrrare. ,; the nth day of November. A U 1!< UWitnex.1 .
\ Sincerely yours, I .t.>a >$[ ; mv official! signature mii "*"
hearing evidence was adduced showing G. P. HEALY tt/PI |! "My daughter's music," sighed the this the Via day ot October A. I). 11'SEAL -

that she opened the mails, re I General Manager I, ,i mother"Indeed"1, "has! returned been a great the expense." :;' C1erkCYrcnitCourt' ; M.Columbia JL stABBoaoruB(/lIot} Fior-

guest; "some ,
neighbor sued you, I suppose?"-Tit-


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Mrs. D. Ni Cone, of Benton, is the
I Mdson fruit jars; at Younz's
Miss H.. A. RILEY gUest of Mrs. B. n.Palmer. stored Drug- Dr. Hans

11550.00 of city license taxes have,, I
*Irget and most complete stock of Fall and Winter up to the been yellow and while onion sets at Specifics cure by
SRr Fancy and Plain to suit everyonea Uste. Millwt present, paid into" the Watts & Son's drugstore. acting directly upon ->
treasury. i the disease, without exciting disorder to f

-S il MadeFuiaMngs Eie Mayor F. P. Cone and Sheriff W. 'I "7" Mixture-the greatest.blood any other part of the system.. -
of the ao. .
N.Cone spent several days at Benton purilier Drugstore./ 20th century.Young's .. Conae.uonstnnammatlona CUM ftn I c1P.ver.
s a A COMPLETE LINE OF ART this week. .23 -
GOODS. r3-\Vorm.Worm Fever,Worm lJe... .23 i
DESIGNS FALL AND WINTER HATS Mrs. Lena Hussey, of Green Cove Pianos and organs repaired at 3-TeethLs.CouecryingWskafalne..s3 fi ,
,. Trimmed to order by experienced milliners. Springs in Cable Piano Co. Office at R. T. 4-Dl rrhe ,of Chlldreuor Adult....... .33 ;
was the
city this week to l adford'. jewelry store. T-Ceigh.. Coldi EroacUtti............ M
=t eaing Days 9th and 10th of October. see her son, who is attending college. ft-, ellraJlia.Toothache.Faceaclia.... JliHe -*
Fruit! fruit! fruit! If you have *- .4 ebc.Sick Y j|
XTTJLEY, WILSON BLOCK. The infant son ot Mr. and Mrs. R. BouUche Vertigo. .23
to can remember IDy.pepla.Iad1geuoaw.aksnm.cY23116uppre..e1
Young's Drugstore
Osteen died very suddenly Tuesday + is the place to buy your fruit jars or Palatllt Period..Z3

night. The child's parents but ( cheap. 1 -"'hUe.. Too Profuse Pertodi.... ... 'J5
recently moved here. I The 13-CreBp. wr'.llala.Boe rIeIIesI...... .33
has with
i season
opened a rush
4-6411 Bhuoi.Kry lpeU.,ErupUoiu.. .34
r I The city death rate for the past. at Mrs. Funk's. She will have no1 a-Rheumatl.m..Bh ufli tlcP liu...... .23 ft* '

;ws Notes. Mr. J. \V. Johnson, the re reseota- year, in a population of. 5000, hasbeen i time to devote to a special opening 1S-&lllarla) ChIIltFegerIiIlUp8..... .!l3 ;

tive_ of the Henderson-Ames Co. only seven-tenths of one to the ladies &be 1Catarrh..Influenza.Culd In tbe BetA .23 ii ,
spent several days in Can pertDUcent. [ (I sass come : tG-\V oellaa.clhilla .................... 3' P .
7-12-tf week. the city last any other town show alike J quickly or the choicest of choice fall 97-KUaeyBUMMi...... ............... Jl3 -
= SpTCRABIL He is a gentleman of pleasing record. I millinery! will be gone 0-4-2wk llt-Nenolll DeUllly...................1.00 l $
r3,jt W tta & Son's **" here. city that Mr. .Beginning Oct. 1st, to Dec. 31st, T7-Crip.ua/Perer......................... 3) ,
; '" Geo. Douglass lost his ginnery anristmill d i 1901, given away with every suit of Or Bompbreyf'Manul of an Dbew a'roar L R t L
"res several days One years' f1sorMiUtedt'r**. i
subscription g at
to the Hagen Wednesday by jmen's) clothing, one nickel plated, &.Id bJ dflJIIWa.or feol on receipt of price. .
Ibis, week.is reatest ladies' fashion magazine, fire. The report is to the effect that watcb, guaranteed for one year. H1natueJ"liewtoi*. JI...!.eo., Cur.William 4 JiOrn 8U.. s'

holding court "DELINEATOR," for every purchase he purchased the property Wednes Prices on all merchandise !guaran -- ._
fjlor county.HelTcnston.. of$15 cash, beginning Oct. 1st day evening and'was burned out be teed. At M. I.. Plymutou's. -- ---

of Live to Dec. 31st, 1901. Call for purchase fore 9 o'clock.John The Massachusetts state conven-- :
.'_ cards at M. L. Plympton's.The Urkhart White's Cream Vermifuge is essentially tion has nominated Josiah Quincy, f ;
of relatives. a brakemanon
negro the child's of Boston, for .
Lake City Minstrels tonic. It improves governor. x
ji su.rr: left Friday to were or- the S. A. L., was quite seriously the digestion and
ganized last
Thursday evening and injured while
ii Columbia, S. C. coupling cars in the of food
_,r will soon give a performance at the yard at this' place last Friday night. strengthening the nervous To Cure a Cold in One Day
(X Watts and R. W. opera house for the system and restoring them to the Take
benefit of the He was caught between the cars anda Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- + _
Ilulay at the Springs. Lake band. health, vigor and elasticity of spirits lets.
City The best local tai wooden structure near the track I All druggists refund the money
; of Gainesville, eat in the will I j natural to childhood.. Price >c.1|! if it fails
;, isj I city take part. and suffered severe internal injuries.Dr. "Geo.V.. Price. to cure. EoV.. Grove's

r mother, Mrs. G ,at.t The contract for the uniforming W. R. Chalker was called to attend j I I 1 signature is' on each bos. 1.c. jii *

of the cadets, at the college was the wounded man, who is recovering -! -

: a very attractive awarded to the Henderson-Ames nicely under his, treatment. ", ,, ,, ,, It1. t

td Ddautee( is attending Company, of Kalamazoo, Michigan. On last Friday evening the working ;I ;

There were sixteen competitors, but team of the K. of P. Lodge in i .

IfcrrtiRelder, of DeSoto this reliable house outbid them all. this city boarded the G o'clock train FALL AND WINTER i

e-city_ several, days In the next three or four days the over the S. A. L. for Olustee, where .

,),;f. Racket Store will be packed and they instituted a lodge of K. of P. t

rte:Waugh returned homer jammed full of new goods just from Among those who went were J. O. i+ Millinery f the latest styles] ,s )

'Fter spending several the northern markets. Do not fail Harris, T. R. Hodges: .'. H. Young, I i anJ very Lowest Prices, also a il

rQle. to call and get our prices before purchasing -', C. II. Rogers, Geo. O. Adicks, II. L. ;

aid little daugb- elsewhere. We can save I Dodd, Mr..Loyd, D. A. Moore, Charlie -!I I'l neW line of Art Coo s at % I ? =

ifece to the city Tues- you money. E. G. FLOWERS. Eaton and M. L. Plympton. As ; I

oejdaj.fir. What you want is the right kind of soon as' the boys arrived in Olustee j I I MRS. T. N MILTON ;
and secured supper, they lepaired to .
""commercial goods at the right: kind of prices.I ;
a the Masonic Hall I
where the
have them. The best the ten j Tr* :fix .
goods at ; 'fi
and a very"popular cue, charter members were waiting for )I Monroe Block. Marion St. I
lowest prices. After having priced A
.jihU icek.rilfifl the initiation of the rank of Knight. i| "fl".t:" I 4a
elsewhere while in the city, call at !
formerly of this I The work was' rushed through with
the Racket Store and be convinced I 491NEVI
i dshington, is vistla I all speed and completed in time ton ." ........ : E
The old reliable E. G. Flowers, i i i :
catch the on'' : :
the city. charge. I midnight "cannon ball" _
their return home. It is needless to
Uson, who has been
Mr. J. H. Freeman, of the firm of say that the whole proceedure was a -
Ili sister at Blackahear, BurwellA Freeman, of Jacksonville, most edjoyable affair for all con-
MMnrflibt Friday night cerned. '
who were awarded the contract for I.

CW;Clark arrived in the the college buildings' ha rented the Thursday evening, the 3rd inst., an

from Canada and, as Uickson residence on east Duval and j' accident< occurred at the steambundry _

tread the winter htn;. and has moved his' family to the j which lesulted in one of the I

tQcall at the Racket city. His sous have entered as students j negro laundresses being badly burned CARPETS. MATTING: fI

-tery, best goods, th at the college I and came very near terminating in
s ei J | the loss of the building and plant by |
something to pleas BRUSSELS
E. G. Flowers has just returned COTTON WARP I --$
I fire. Lawson Alexander, the negro
from the Northern markets, having' j I 50c, 75c, 90c $1. & $1.35. yd e
girl, was pouring out gasoline, when | 25c 30c & 35c per xard
:ho is employed bB. y I j purchased a full line of fall and !
it became ignited, catching Ore to
., F Co. t' winter goods. Others tell INGRAINS
Camp a may you +
te her dress' and several nearby articles. |
in that goods have advanced in prices' ALL STRAW
:spent Sunday th fl
I Mr. G. I.. Churchwell: one of the 25c 40c & 60c per yard .
but he will tell that they have 15c
you proprietors, heard her screams' and 20c, & 25c per yard
ialres either declined or remain the same. I
topped over la went to her assistance. In attempting PORTIERES

;Reek: on his way topte .No advance in prices with him. I j. to extinguish the flames his owe ROLLER SHADES Special Prices 1

his medical eduSenator i- At the meeting of the county commissioners i|, clothes' became ignited and he hadto
7 this week certificates : fight for his life. On hearing thee 10c. 25c 35c & 50c. by the ROLL t

were made out and signed f< r th :;. c ommotiou, outsiders rushed to aid
Barber, of the laundry force and by quick work t ,
admission of of this i
rived in the city this I seven children |I smothered out the fire, which might :
e?advantage of our county to the asylum at St. Augustine :,. have ended in several deaths' and "... tg.} JflS. E YOUNG t -

ra= I for the deaf, dumb and blindThere a disastrous conflagration, as the !;' 'ir'y &te.

were four white children,j large: plant of the Lake City Electric COOd tl &t'P
:friend$ of Mr. H. n. | and Water Co. is not more than I S, .. .. .. .. {
''-iho has been seriously I three negroes, ranging in age from '; twenty feet distant, and this' portion i
eight to fourteen; live girls and two : of the city is crowded with resiijdences. I
ieaie/l to bear that he isKof '
!;i boys. i '. The girl's clothes were
I burned almost completely off of her,
"ad." of M. E. 1 Messrs F. 1?. Harris, of Ocala, C. A.I I but she will rocoter from her inju- 1I 1- ------ - -- -- -- :
I' Carson' of Kis.immee, and J. D. Cal rie" Mr. Church: ll.wa,; not in- I # L
jgffright U offering ex- laway, the committee of the boardof j I jured, though his escape) was' mirac u- ..... ..
Ins and invites in- lous. ..... ......
trustees of the !'IoridaAgricul- I

i goods. tural College appointed to locate the Farmers, Attention.We : JUST ARRIVED AT ;

aTBorger and Ray I. new buildings, met in this' city THE DOLLAR BAZAAR
several days in the 4 Tuesday and completed their work.The are now ready to receive or

f*eek,guests of Mr. anIthatin. d contracts for the new buildings ders for ginning. We have secured = i

were awarded last week to Burwea it the services of Mr. W.T. A NEW LOT OP OUR WELL KNOWN ;5 c

' D"clv10\ io reu>;;nued as one of I
campm eting at WW' & Freeman, of Jacksonville, and thework the best ginners in this section of : Shoes for $1.92 L

1 Off, io full blast. Itsjln of construction will be begunat the state uhu will han charge. of ;

mind that this once. Science Hall will cost $',X>,- the gin. Located near the C. &:; P. ALL AS SOLID AS LEATHER CAN MAKE THEM. i

exclusively for the OUO, and will be built upon the Moorish freight customer depot:)|-tbe a nil Iowan convenient Ginnery.C. .to all I Bed Comforts, Blankets.Sheets and Pillow'Cases at priers below anybody.

p tl plan, giving to the college one of JlL.Hh.KT, Proprietor. i See our Ladies Dress Skirts for only $1 .oo' .1
in .
school buildings
thorough alterativekidney the handsomest: --- I they are beauties. Boys Clothing a Specialty.1 a know' we can save you .
and liver the South. The Fiagler gymnasiumand If you want gooJs cheap or if jouhate money Gin us a calL '" '

hly treated. "T'esaI1. the green house will also be chickens, eggs, turkeys or fat l I j YOURS TO PLEASE a

Young's Dru g- I beautiful buildings, and other i nine pigs call at tbe BLick born Store. 'i LAKE CITY. FLA. H. F. URIE.I

will add greatly to If you want to buy or swap horses, .
' Uson provemcnts I see Alex Sapi .i ............ ..........&ta-e
who was quitesome college grounds.
I If you want fish or oysters, give i tj
time ago TUSKEUEE, ALA.,July 2S, 13 R. i ]Kit ISostic jour order. -- -- _

Lj big lad section to learn on the isimI S. Dr. C. J. MOFF":'TfV Dear Sir: I M. J. S.\1'p&. ; So s. '..y.'< >.(>.<>.4) )..,()..( ().()*().()..()..(>..(>.().<) ).< .(,.().()!()-(),If! I

Justice to you demands that I should & ...

give you my experience with your Deafness Cannot b4 Cured & t*
I ,has returned fromchhe medicine, TEETH A. bv local applications a.- they cannot read a
excellent What BIS
tbediMM-sid portionot the &:ar. There isis ; do You Eat? I
spent at hU thirteen monthsold ,,
Our little girl, jut I only onstituiiunalremedtrs.. Lentos.." U

and Pennsylill has had much trouble teething. caused bv bv an iaflamid t-ustacbun coiUUlun ot the... 1 !;| Did You Ever Stop to Think of That? r
the ol the
lY not returnI was exhausted in : ( mucous lining have
Every I When this tufic gets inflamed you a iSis
of prescriptions from family rumbling sound or lWllt'rl..ct bearing, and Do you know that the muJ.el.are flooded with adultrri
way I -
I ,,'h..1l1t fi entirely closed deatndss is re- ated goods of all kinds .
5 lived bowels continuedto and that yon :are liable to eat
I to the new "ad" physicians. Her suit and unlevs-tho inflammation can I things you would not like it you are nut carctul about y, _
and burning I taken out and Ibis tube restored to its our 1 wbat you buy '
firm has just off pure hearing will be destro>ed v1 ,
pass Sal condition 1 o be sure ot getting all she Purest and Best Groceries!
se lock of fallsand fever continued for days at a tim e. |, forever Sine cases out ot ten but arecausednf inttamed I H we buy only brands that are guaranteed to be pure.. We VSt
I b is nothing an
by catarrh. w ton buy them from reputable houses and ttccun assure our
Invites inspecb Her life was' almost despaired condition ut the mucous surfaces.ivewillRHeonebundred dollars fur any ,4 customers that etery article* bought of us shall bt:pure +

buyers. Her mother determined to try deafness (causedby catarrh) that"nnot !4 j and sea holesome.of !
delivery goods toad parts of the city .
otlon is directed tf'J TEETHINA, nod in a day or two: l.. cured by Hall Caurrlllure.s..nd rt:1.
life I fur c1rcubrlllree. M DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, 1IATS SHOES M -
& Co..Toled. O. ,
change-new F J. ( liRStiy: ;
nies E. Young, there wan a great ,. AND GENTS FURNISHINGS.
S.dd b1' druKKht. ide.:" ,
bowels vterereg- ;
1mtarries one of had returned-the Ball's .amuy l'ills are: the best 1 ;

stocks of drjf- ular, and, thanks to TEETHINA, the |!. (. -I 1I a N. B. LONG.i-

' e to be found anyf little babe is now doing well. Yours, + CAR f Lake City, Fla.

>rPet;just and received mattingsw a etc.| D. W. MclVER Tuskegee, II | 6UDr6sss lnOl6S ;fors.i-f* 1 Dealer in General Merchandise. j

call and inspect I (Ala.Editor) News.and |. .por.. saleOY W. r. SHEPPARD. ***** w w* wwwww

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/' __ ,__.._ ._ ._ _.._ .. 1874 1
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The University College of Medicine ORDINANCE NO. it\ ,

of Richmond, Va., whose advertisement 1 1:
appeared in this paper t -
Sit I I licit ordained by the Mayor and \'
tipin during the slimmer, reports an encouraging : ;
: Aldermen of the CUyof Lake City,
I / outlook for this seasiiKi1the 4, Flori.li. :

number of new students enrolled I j i !Sec iDii 1. Tie: city of Late! City, .

l bed. to this date being in advance cf the : Florida horciiy 'levies tax of il.ir-;
It'l1l11iill upon each ilollar of valuation -
: total number of new students for'the
of property) within its corporate
,r session of 1900-1601, and a good : limits: subject to tasaliin oa the

prospect of more within the next Gr...clay ot January, .\. D. I'M! (, such <
When it becomes necessary to ten days. This shows that the CITI.ZENTIEl'ORTER taxes to be a"',.cs-seiJ and Coll< tf.1 in : . ,

sit up in bed to get your breath; is a good advertising the manner no./ provided l hy la.r.Sic .
'!. That three an.l hilt! The Kind You Have
a. Always Bought, and which '
when the least exertion such medium and should has bea ?
as everyone patronize mills of the tax shall be collected in > in use for over 30 has borne '
walking sweeping singing the advertising columns of a cash tor tin? payment of fowls and : years, the signature of ::
interl'st. !.'ii' mills IK c"I-1 and has been made under
a that brings results. < sh.ill big per. :
and downstairs newspaper j
talking or'going up | lected for I 'ncrallurposes( and three sonal supervision since itsinrane ','

causes shortness of FOP WHOOPING COUGH. j and three-fourths mills shall Ieul- I e Allow no one to deceive you ia tkla;

: breath fluttering or palpitation i leered for water and light: l lurllo"\1 I All Counterfeits, Imitations and 'tJust-as. '
; 'Both my children were taken and Ihrl' -qlJ3rtt'rl of a mill for good"are IM1t;

then it is time to do somethingto with whooping cough," Mrs. O. E. street iinpnjrement( PIrpusr I Ij Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health cl i

)',IS; d by Sept. 10. IsOl. Infants and Children-Experience against
brace and j L'oundl. Experiment
strengthenyour Dutton, of Danville! 111. "A binall -
up I
Attrst: \V. :'1. I H_;. !
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar
failing heart. Take Dr. and : [K.\f.. ] l1<:rk. '
cured the
cough saved me a doc
Miles Heart Cure. It is best tor's bill." G. W. E'rice. I Approved Stpt.F.16th P. CONE, lt+fil., Mayor. I'I'I What is CASTORIA f

of all. -
I, Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare. t
Emma Goldman still feels ,
revenge cheeks Hushed with the
"I bad palpitation of heart ful toward the Plump gone Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant It 1 t
public. She threatens '
my left side became enlarged !!soft glow of health, and a pure complexion contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other 'I
f and 1 could not sleep at night. to write for the magazines. -\ < make all women beautiful. ; substance. Its is its Narcotic
Had to sit up la bed and often -- |Heroine imparts strength and vital- ; age. guarantee. It destroys Worms S .

walk: the floor to get my breath. The excitement incident to traveling I ity to the system and the rosy; hue and allays Fererisimess. It cures Diarrhea and \ind 1 i
All of these troubles were cured of health to the cheeks. Price 5J: Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipatioa
I by Dr. Miles' Heart Cure." and change of food arid water often I cents. (U. Vf. Price. I II and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food ;

MBS. E. V. TUBBS, brings on diarrhoea, and for this I Stomach regulate tie
Mt. Carroll, Ilia. reason no cne should leave home and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sheep 1 i
without a bottle of Chamberlain's It will not worry Foraker a little The Children's lanacea-The Mother's Friend.

Dr. Miles' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme bit to reconcile the Ohio plank in 11. 1
dy. For sale by Ceo. W. Price (' :
favor of free trade ia nero suffrage GENUINE CASTORIA
Druggist.It ALWAYS
-- f in the South with eighty-five !per :; .
Heart Cure '
is real low down in the Boers to I. cent citizenship hi Porto Rico. !1 Bears the Signature of

Joey ]1. is one of the most \'erbatileacrolats ,
make the British feed them while
stimulates the digestion increases in the
Republican) circus.
they keep the war going.A .
the circulation and I

C.A.STO=A. .
makes weak hearts
strong. i Bears the the kind ill Ham Always! 8Jugbt
Sold by druggists on WORTHY SUCCESSOR. i
guarantee. Signature .t.-#. I ij

.Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, loii I "Something New Under I of i

the i The Kind You Have
.-- -- ----- Always Bought I
:'-.- ___ .L____ _____ .___ __. All doctors nave tried to curd CATAKKR by
tbe use ot ;M> tiers. acid gases, inhalers. and
i OUR NEWEST SEAPORT. ,drugs in paste form. Their jiunders dry up In Use For Over 30 Years.THteCNTAURCOMMII
tae mucuuuN meuibraiid causing{ them to ;
crack open aDd bleed. The powerful acidsused .
A Lla 77 HUIIIUV CTKtT. HtW"0..CITY.il
f Steamchlp to Hum Direct in the inhalers. have entirely eaten
teas Chlraaa to Liverpool ..* away tb same membranes that their maters
nav* aimed to cure wbile pastes anointments
E.ropeB Port. cannut reach the disea.se. An old ROa'C 41 \ Cl'Oh
and exiierieuccd practitioner bo h. s for
many j cars made a close btudy and special 4,4,1x b
On one of the very last dayi of I ty of tLe treatment CATAHUH. has at last s can eac -. .:
the perfected a treatment which when faithful e 2
century aya W. D. ly used not only relieves at once. but per o grown r",
Hulbett in Frank Leslie's I'opular manenily cures CATAKKK by removing tbecau.tOII'iof : .
Monthly, the steamer Northwestern { the discharges and curing without I r--------------
all inflammation. It is the only remedy
was launched in the Calumet river- known to science that actually reaches the Potash.
the first steamer afflicted parts This wonderful remedy is ,. Covet.1PERFECT
ever built in Chi il I
known a." "SNI:FF'LES the OUAKANTLEOCATAKUD : I "Thou Shalt Not
eago for service on halt water. Three tear"and is sold at the extremely Supply ;
other vessels exactly like her are now low price of One Dollar, each package containing '

on the stocks in the same shipyard, tor internal a full month's and external treatment medicine and sufficient everything enough Pot COXTEKTXEHT IS BO .'11.y THE KITCK Y. HEALTHFUL MEALS t

and all of them will be epmpleted before necessary to its perfect use. ash and I DAINTILY Sr 6Yi0, HAKE "A HEART TO MEET ITS FA TE."
this article "' NUI Jo'LJo.S"ls the only perfect CATAHRHTHE your Write far Citiiapn ct 100 iftetezl etmtlntiiiou vf the tet pro&u.tiom at till TftsUUk
appears in print. ( ever made and is now recognized a.
profits will be Ctaisrj, end for a modest mutt Hit
They are not remarkably large boatsabout tbe only safe and positive cure for that annoying entity worth Utiuf.

260 feet in length and of Inflammation and disgusting quickly permanently dia'air. It cures and all cit .y large; withoutj; INVESTIGATE

3,000 tool burden-but they are th .. is also wonderfully quick to relieve HAYFEvkK ,4't'
(*rge.t that can be used in the and COLD la the HEAD.CATAKKH tt potash your
ser-. when neglected: often leads tocoMSil'JiHTloN o i I"I"
iCe for which they were designedthat I -"SNUFFLES" will save you will be j
of if you use it at once. It Is noordinary remedy crop
plying regularly between Chicago but I:
a complete treatment which is positively tejO5/fll5 .
and European ports, reaching guaranteed lo cure CATARRH in any "scrubby. j p-
,the oeean by way of the \\VllanJ and form or stage if used cording to direc Our books, telling about composition uf fertflucr* '
St. Lawrence canals. The scheme has delay lions which but send accompany tor it at aacb once package.and w rite Don't full CCtaiJi'UrJ fur all crops, are tree to all Lmuc.-_ l'ra .i .4. 1'.,' Jlcme of forty years Experience

attracted a good deal of particulars as to your condition and you GERMAN! KALI WORKS, + t Morn the Home
attention will receive siiecial advice from tbe discoverer )Nouau:.t.,New Yurk. +
because of obstacles and difficulties of this wonderful remedy regarding: ... + e+x Economize in Fuel
which the steamers will have your case without cost to you beyond the t 1t11i1 ,
to en- Glad the Households f'
regular price of --SNUFFLES"" the "Uuaranteed NOTICE ; l1 j t flake Queen.
'counter and which I shall attemptto Catarrh Cure." FOP. PUI1LICATIOX.Department .
describe but the officers of the Sent prepaid to any address in tbe t'nited < f t'lelntrno- i ;i g t di 11
Stales or Canada on receipt of One ))oll.1r.A"dr".s Land -.
leper .
fiorthwcktern Steamship company, Uept JotI. KOW1N li. lilLKS & I'OMPAX al'amk.! Fla. iSt
"pit-tnls'r 16 MIL i ; 7 : Ui1
i which is to own and operate them 'LWaDd:3tbtarhrtStl'biladclpbir : / a. Noticeislieirliyfiveiith.lt thtollnvrinF ;- : -

declare that they will make regular named sattU-r has tiled noiini h, mt< u
turn to make tmil ]>ro<>t in SUM ont nl his I flLUPSBUtTOMF %
trip from the head of Lake [j'hig TAX DEED NOTICE. claim and that sail jirooiill, In mail.- be-

to the port* of Europe during the Notice is hereby given that Henry Johnson tore rlerW. irtuit court at l-ikr ( ity .'Ia. i o r,
on Jttto! -r SC !'- 1.1 i/- William Mt.sev J
season of lake navigation purchaser of tax certificate Nik :)tI. Hancock JVAStItI11.E TN
making fit .
a dated the 7th day of August, A. 1>. IXlI!!. ha. LakeI'ilj Ha. hi] M.tii; liar fit xe :
single voyage in about 18 days. During bled said certificate in my ofllce. and has qr lie of w gr..cc, il. lo! 3s i I:e '. iJhi
the winter months, when the nude application fur tax deed to issue In accordance hiscoutinuutsrr.idcac.n.imo t lluuinr' witnoto pr-i'' ,
great lakes and the Gulf of St. Lawrence braces the with following law. described Said certificate proierty| em sit lion.'la..11.ot 'II.ai.l(',land.*. J. 'o.;/Evans X F utmu: Tear..tmt; ol cullu.-Lull.. a IT IS WRITTEN1 (+ ;3
aad J. 4' llaxiru
are blocked with ice, they will uated in Columbia countv.. Honda. -\\it: ot Lake .'Il : IJ
be employed on the ocean. If this four by Rosettalllliamw acres in nw corner n of bv tit ne estate qr boundede of Dan 1'itj \V li. ICtMiixso.N. Uegister i I I "National best Steel" Ranges are the "Never had a stove to bake as :-

programme is carried out-and there Johnson w by U. I'. Uaya.s by railroad sec I"I made. evenly and quickly." I
seems guod reasou to believe that i it XI tp. 3 s.. range I? east. 4 arms. The said -- -- --- 1:. M. PRICE, Mobile, Ala. MBS.ELLEM TV: land being assessed at the date ot tbe issuance
can be, in spite of all diffil'ultit'I-the ot such certificate in the name of "Abundance; of hot water alwaysfurnished. :
In housekeeping, never
L 30 years IA
owner "Unknown. Unless said Cerlilicateshall
season of 1901 will be a memorable lie redeemed according to lawto Kodoll w. K. Eti.Nr.nca5T, Clar1 svile. f1 had a stove to pleasiii" J

cue ia Chicago's commercial, history.U .,.i deed will issue thereon on the Kin day ot "After RBV.J. B. 11 lk'lulorr. A. II. 19111.! one year's hard service ,-
Do..t ...t ut It Xavr. Witness my official signature and seal perfect condition." ., "I am sure there is none superior "
this tbe I3tb
ot ,
day Septeiiilx-r A. U. I'M. "
Nell-She used to boast that she (SEAL] M. Sc-AUiwiuuri.il.. FANNING Oil'IUN stags, l'iaal.ville.; 1 J. T.AHEABN. Superintrel '

was one of the charter members of Clerk circuit court. Dyspepsia; Cure "Noton -half the fuel required Water\Vurk. :.ubti''t!: (:1 i
the Woman's Suffrage club. "
Sbedoesn't as formerly. L "The National, the best range --i
appear to be as proud of it NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I ?of AT ION VAi.'DiRBiLT TSIVERSITY. in Ul e." ,

I 'now.t Department of the Interior. Digests what you eat.It Have never seeu ono I would C. J.CCSTEB I1 ..kIWlD, Ky. ,, .

]telle-1)h! she's just as proud, but band Olflc.. al ala..I"IIII' Klx. rtitptemisr artificially digests the food and aids exchange it for." "Takes less wood and less time ,
l Hth. I'M.' i
you know, the club was organized jj Nature ia sireu tbening and recon I
Notice Is hereby given that Ike tultuwinnamed ; B. F. STKATTON. Nashville. T.J. Do\J ,C mdf a,
years ago, and she must have tit-en settler has tiled notice: ot Urr int.-n- structing the exhausted digestive or
at least 20 when she joined-1'hiU- lion to make final proof m suppoit ot ber gans. It Isthe latest discovered digest. rj
claim. and that said pi oof "illJi: made lie- ant and tonic. No LET US SEND YOU {
delphia Record. tore clerk circuit court at Lake C'ltv. Kla., preparation OF REC05111E! t ;4i'
1f on October Kith. Mil. vie: Clarissa Thomas, can approach It in efficiency it in DON'T [
-- of Lake Citv. Fla. bd ;Hells for the hw qr of stantly relieves and permanently cures
sw qr sec. 31. tp. 3!!.. r. 17 e. Dyspepsia :
CAS'X'OR..a.. She names the following witnesses to Indigestion, Heartburn ,
Bean tilt Tye Kmd Yon Hare Always Baugfit prove her continuous tcsidcnce upon and Flatulence( Sour Stomach, Nausea, srovts TIHWARC MANTELS GKAUS n oof iscK1UWIU08S J'Ir
cultivation said l.indu' \'. A. Shrpard. Sick: Headache,Gastralftia.Crampsand. CHINA UASSMARC QUfNSWARC TOYS
Sigutlll 1 _' | J. l>. Callaway. A. li. Brown and Robert all other results of imperfect
; Hart, all of Lake CII digestion. :
v Ha.
I fit W. U.It UIIjSON. Register. Price We.and ft Large size contains:2 mimes I PHILLIPS & [BUTTORFF MFG. CO. X NASHVILLE ;-'
small sue.Book all about dyspepsia marled: !rc'e
--- --- Prepared ty E. C. DeWITT.a CO..Cblcoga I --- -- __ __ ..... w ,. l,

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.. 14 Beginning Sept._ 30th, 1901. it.I |'v)A

i.2l2I2I2I2J2Ja2rcrdiEr lZ c'.c"e:<>dJ..i.3ii::." 4A
K Yo
h I- ourses of four fears in Agriculture.Mechanical Knpim-erlnp. f!
r A" Latm-Scteuce. lavsics. One j car's course in Itusines.-Steuorraph\. I
';q Typewriting. and 'l'l'I"lIraJthy. A Pre'laral..ry course uf one ur n\iHrais.| iY'.A. !,
Y as required atsoonrred.s bur those wishing. to prepare. tor the ull"'I1" Post-graduate tcoursesare ,. '

..J..I'ounR men under Military diloCilline. Young women under relining fA A (
home influences at 'OIolar lIal.1. 1a

o 1 Tuition free to Florida student,. Other nlot'n cs very smalL : .!

1 Fine modern buildings and first ria"..equipulenLr .. L

For catalogue. address ... r :

Y J..I T. H. Taliaferro, C. E., Ph. D.,

augl6 ""--
President. K..
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The trust spirit is still unc&ecket1. .

g2 SEABOARD AIRLINE through It continues the avenues to ride of rough-shod tusints i Begin

rushing all oPIIO, =it lo.a. Next '
witty little trouble faintVf
I Mala-\
-1 tNt" the pro run is a patent-lea her dial piioaitl in Weod
RAILWAY combination which proposea to hive ] f'ciht': ; your to-day wilhluti .

a capital of nearly U"'IIl, > ,OW. jjy I .until i1e Fall unless yoi K driVI' it .ouig' iiW. .$

SERYiCEa the time it hall Ice' I I31ood-3telLcinas ca.n't cw'I Malaria
.. >me thoreu :hly 'otson-
-- ......i" ; .
'. "J"ii M tknTueiui D1Vlalc).' a H crffanizd, Mr. Morgan may be exp ; ing. Tko antidote for Malaria poisoning -

.........1'1'.- 11'1 T to p. 4 s p Lr Jacksonville. __ __ I. :cteJ to step forward and have afoot JOHNSON'S TONIC. --
laa I dtp! twit Ar nai i' ia__ op -
in ,
it. : -
.g n Pi;i 19 w.: .... Waldo___ ':' M t7:1 r i*p '
t s1.IIS7p> .. Ualnr.ville.._._. _. __ 11 iu a 10 J M PI 11M a''' .... I "Odar Key........ li "'I'_ _' A. II. Davis Mt. of
i Sterlin,. la. sickness
is to
.'i'!: < U.,...... 1.I' : just be able to attend toone's duties'.' r
.t\... i ab a _. J t HUjrr.prlM_.__+ -.- zi p(1":::::: write: "I was troubled with kidney With
.1 p J ii a ....... : \\11......._ ....-f.--I' 4$1b I uu a complaint for blood in youveins you perform, with pleasure the work .
about'two ,
>>1" t ma I .hurl...._ Mb SWa.J years but
...... that becomes
.!.'.1.- Ullllp ( Tarawa ....? ,.. ... t- -. I so a two one dollar bottles of Foiey's! Kid I an, arduous task for half well people.
...... *p; 49ia 'i
I 'Dl.a! ... ney Cure effected a permanent r
.. I., 1e 1e a .. .. "url."tlo.j'....._.. illl pl I' :Ja' (:. W. Price. can Why don't take JOHNSON'S '
] Ma. aseaJ .. .... '...._..__ .. licpl you TONIC ? It, is the I *
a:a, 1 al p .. Plant Ciiy.,._.._..." t ui plTuu'a! : .. World's Greatest M dicine. The dealer
.... '''' AlUa makes less
,_. money
tin trip. Tmapa ..___ .. -If.p j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. on ; '
... I;'a
...I Ls a 11 Sill \ JOHNSON'S TONIC than '
''a ...... : Department of the Interior. on any other kind. Now remember t. k
:: .. ., : i Land Oiilce at Gain.'s\'ilI.Pl.v. i 1 I that your health is business and
your making is I
wads at Fernaaditu September nth. t i'L i money his)1)
-- !' with Notice is ,
Cumberland route I hereby friven that the followiai business. "* JFl
steamers ; _
-. leaving Kernandina named sctlkr has al.-a notice Of her iain- :i -'. s
. 1P: j linn to make
p. m. daily final in
j.roor i-ui.nort ut brr t
; It
except Sunday arriving Orun wick claim ana that ,ala proof will be made hr- i would pay you better to drive twentq-$ve. miles to get 'a !
5 p. ui.tLeavc. tort-cK-rk clrri.lt court at Lake Cilv. Fix, bottle JOHNSON'S
I un ltct.>lr lUll!. I'M. viz: ('Jarls..a Thoma... oi TONIC rather h8ap.kiad- -
ot Lake fitv Klx, hd a.x+M fur the i w ot 'I tjthat
> pays
xr-; a. Fernandlna I KW qr MT.n. t ji 3 s.. r. 17 e. qr more profit to the dealer.]
..' _...I tllle for Jackpot She names the Mlwin! wiicossos: to //, 'II J i j I e
-, -.'.. : I.II I ::10 a. m. and 4:50 prate her i J
continuous resia'cnce
I.:: ill p. and i Money-making and don't
upon ; Life-saving
i -I cultivation ., run
10 D I ot w ia land viz: \". A. Sh"l'- very togeth-: r .
__..1: ss ArritaUat ard. J. U. Callawar A. U. : er. JOHNSON'S
pl Jacksonville from llruwn and Uou I TONIC is the kind that It is 100
:_. l the trt Hart all ut Late City rla. cures. times -a-
.. ....-- : \\l: g! North and Ea t. :\o.n RM: a. in., No. W.U. Uoui.vso.x. Rt gl..ter. better than Quinine. Does in one day what slow '
4 n 27 ftlji a. m., No. 31 6:1U I Quinine t '=
:.: : sa'p vJ ;; toe \\ est No. 2 7A) I). m.p. m.F'romth from TAX DEED NOTICE. ... cannot do in ten days. ,. ;: F
..... | e 1 -
PTSua South
.... ::a No. 24! at 8 a. in., No. W at Notice i-i hereby given that i+ Better do
Henry John-
.. ZM: m.kttbcruaiMl your own thinking when health is at stake.
p. son.,J.urcba..r of tax cerlilicaie No. your 1 r Y Fem.
.. .. dat.tlyd.aid of August A. K Is-*. IIO.I Insist upon having the World's Greatest Medicine < ''
.. rertiUcate in my outer and ,
Metropolitan Limited ventiuuled train made:&application latticed to i..u..ln ac ;
between cordance with
.IfMjNev York, via Uicbuond and Washington the certilicate cmbraces i
Includinj draw following described
..,; MJ obiervaioan !Juliet .lec lug car between Jacksonville uated in Columbia county rloiida.projierty lo-wit sit: I JOHNSON'S CHILL and FEVER tONIC.
,JaM- Four acres in nw corner ot ot ne qr bounded

l Atlanta Fait Wail wilid te"tibule train, con.isting of day !Jolmsi.u e by Uosetta w by Williams It. I'. liaya.:n K bv t.\estate railroad of Dan arc -- .
",k TfaeandexprciMi car between Jacksonville and \Vash- W IlL 3 r.. range 17 east. 4 acres. The said Eitnct tna t Litter dattt It has been on the.market for the
.Naa i .Ictlltrt between Jacksonville land being assessed at fire dale ot the, past seventeen and stands '
New Vert.Ve I years,
suance ot such cvriini-atv in the Oran 11IS.. C., Aaguitlt. 1889.
I., \ t aDd lUvanna; Leate I'ort Tampa. Sun Jays, TuesprTO1.lia owner "Unknown." Unless said certilicale name of higher to-day as'a curative agent 1
p. m. shall! be redeemed according l-i : than any other medicine made. '
lautax ALbs loP of so, vita S3 ran of active
ll, *fcKr between New Orleans and Jack oudlle. 'uc deed tuber will, A.Ksue 1>. 1-nil.thiTi-ou ou the lab day of pnetie I *m a careful otocrrer and callI I Take a thorough course of JOHN- i .

liua at I'llTkkct office Ml W. Itay street. Telephone :liO. 1Yilno.... uiy ontclal sUnatkrc and seal tkni lit wulonlag prbprieury modloiues,but I' SON'S TONIC and eujoy that kteu
t1I"llh. 13tl1lJ.Y ot Septemlwr.. IOIWIiCIeiIUuaalyellClOzwrollrJoH1iIsox' I pleasure in life that only belongs to
'jit JAS. )l. C.Unt 1 11L "?
II. E. I. nUNCII ISKAI.J Jl u. SIALLUtGi:11. cBni ArtD VBTU'Tovia. aw or the lieu I thoroughly well people.__'
.Geu'lhup't.rorumuuta. ficn I.....". A::ent. I'I Clerk! circuit court. .n...-m.in nainilles for Cbllli and Fever I I r)

Va.ALWtant Ors eYU.1I.58d. It corrects the rltlatad wCMltOM I, Costs 50 cents a bottle Get it 'i

lien. 1'hIIlCDfnrtnt; | Jackioaville, Fij.SWTIIERN HANKUlTfCY NOTICE.the ; of Ux liter,reliefs costlt enesi,and to-day.. ,
1 1- f
? mailer of i bronoMi MOrption titlTiHitlffn of rood ;
.\. II. Halt.In Baalrurtcy.Souihi't Dm fa111 Hay all bo ladlcattou alarmed for it t 4 +te =

" ( & FLORIDA j'I I f Jlankn'I't n Ulstrict I II cfP.oWa.S. S. ''! TMntralr,T..b.. DI.II..D. A. B. CIRARDEAU, r
OnthikclKtilUdayut August. A. D, 1MH! <. SAVANNAH. GA asA
**UWANNEE RIVER I i reading the lort-K'-ms in-tiiion. it Is 2.4
< ;, Ordered by the Court: thai a bearing Le '
bad upon the same ui, in the seventh day ot -- .. .
Y Schedule In Effect August 1st I I Octolit-r. U. U eI. before said court at Jad11..0.111. i -- -- -
-, t 1901. .., in said district at ten o'clock in I
the roienoon. and that notice thereot be ,
7 Dixie 1 published in the l'1TIZi. .H.\\Ju.rJK. a ; A. K. I--1AW1CEC\
1 uc rilir.- ne"spai>cr printed in, lol"l..trict. and that i!
i'lyer NOUT1IROOXD all know n creditors and !)
Flee r other ]*-rsons in L _
A.M.U .e
4 A. IL I' MI interest may appear at the said time and !I The famous Atlanta Optician. ,
-' -- place and ,,
show cause it .
'LY any they hay e !
l/acea J irall.ne: why the prayer 01 the said petitioner should i ? i-
I Ij-I:
i Fl' I Dot be granted.
f a I I ,fit Hampton I I And U is further ordered by the court. I i',
111I T6r 8IWI..u l.1IJ 2l; < that the clerk .hall hood bv mail tu alii!
a t. r 7s Lake Itutler 8 MLake < kuown creditors copies ot said petition and !
D-lclr t lei 1111II I' City r w I this order addressed them at their i Sjy1.
b II s+ white Spriug 1 r..6placer I ot rrsiUrULe: as stated.
bsc +r"at .1st rig 'Jasprr r.it I Witness the Honorable Jams \V. Locke I I *M>W& &
11II III 11 JrllD tllf" IU'II i judgaot said court and the seal thereof at
.ea hI1 ilia! ; 11I11 Lake Hark II)V. j I .Iad..o'.iIc.ln said dislriit ea tile eighth j!,
barb J Ill l03 Ar idayot August.A. u. IHOI.
Yaldru.ta 11 u
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." ,, .t,, 1 111.1 i ISKALJ. K. O. OCKE. Cleric.
i N .. U"anplul :

'.._: 1, .III s.S.. .fli 11.7 12)1 ,Ar. Spark Tli Adel ton IJI liW IJ III .:i U- K. KOBiiisos, -. A. B. SrA : r tROUL'RSON

13 U' Lv. TiltoUAshburn .... fc SmftLU.'TTORJfEl'S I II
J.-: .. 535 1M: 1111
:a- I"'I 'III 111I R M Arab .!' AT Lr31 W. .
e at" t 1.\ f hi ('..rold... IMtil I I .
halite 11 'II s1 :S I VleunaPnadilla LAKE CITY AND JASPKK FLA.
<<:U1' tIS t 411 t :tt j I Will do a general practice in Slate and 1-- t
.:leis t s S I W L (irovaniaKalhletrn I I I F"ol"ralc..llr..... Collections and conveyancing.
... '
.. I4 i 3 :21 Lake City orace: Second Boor Vinzaiit -
raw.a 'II .S i 1\1 IIAr. Macon S.VIJAM I Block distwlvr.ll. .

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-- --- -- -- 1VILSON.1j
's. a ) .a in p m5iu
v f tal J 131" a ar Ar 1Yaycruar 'Ifa Highest Award Diploma ot .
,e ':s.I1 : l I'i ,
pm .
5 a.., 11 II'' Ly ) II' j j i. ... I II u.
... : il!! ih
i t >'7.' I ESTABLISHED IQ7O. > I > :
IM'ltW' l"AtThmaasvflle iaU ..';t' r. ;;'"'; Jh;..
Jlu1;; +a I II man "
iii a AI a II a N Lf'a13.hti :II.i van81UJIUU: ,V": I

5 .It t as i ..,! 1111I I ,f 5iAr Thuwa.r'ille m' a., 1.VII 11111 .r....; !Co". ....: 1t I f I II These. famous. .Iib", !:" tor Sale, I )iy < -- / / .

x r UI m Ar L.JarhoulII Valdosta am II aMsi"M: '\ II,oj. I 'I. .J.. ...O'Y'?1 j j I.i t h; I, I I'I Watts & Son, Eyesight Tested'Free.Caution -

'- -:: 'e t",. '. ft! i"1 .
J.y Ulllh'r :
.111 : .,. .Jot.'
c. "ft. 'III' .\r Jackw.uvtlle: ;IIIMI, .;: #.,._.. ;r.4' '.'-.._. :...t j'I I Haw I.lft' glares are never peddled. B. IPI.alll
I h IIItyn'ol .
it am p. n IIIiII! _
I" J Lr Ullu Saui .vlU on City I II 3:. 1UUU '... ,,, .. ;. }.:. ... ..; ij5&. 1" I ?
1.- I 1 III'r'I i I I :!. ."' .: '''' .
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s e Dal11 except Stun..a,.. t Sunday only. I .. : : : i -

rju UnKk ooorh: and Pullman sleeper between Macon and Jackn. i
..Q4 thruuim coach: and lucal .liicr betwwn Macoii and 1 ;*'auatlNoa :i NDID l1'r 7HER I II 'i f' I rwu
rslun depot t>'. 1Wp" h sod train between Macon and 1'alatka.IOTLEY .
SIIAW, (;. H- HHODES L:1.zcCit: :: '1;... Superiority !

'" ; ; t-rVetident, General Pas-enxrcr A-rent,
':- w' MACO.V, G.1' .\. :; Collins and Caskets ail tits tea ai ,
P. A. ; ?. A. Promiillv Filled. .
IlARRvHnBXs, :, j Pricc-s. Onk-is ----- .
tlanta, 01., :,01W. IMy St., Jack_ouville, Ha. I L I ,
( 1 Is the distinctive
THE OLD RELIABLE E: characteristic of our !
-' -
: --- J Boys' and Children's_ : .

5':."" J?-ant 5ysteim.t I SPRING and -SUMMER 1 ';I

",:;,: .-j, ',. < ,, '

: Through Car Line From EIo ida. iJi) CLOTHING ; rp

x 1 i
: / lit .
= =
t.. The Atlantic Coast Line, tla (Charleston Richmond ar.aVa I -
Y:l. \ >binston. F NO STOCK in the SOUTH I a =
[ Tile Southern Savannah, Columbia amiVa
: Railway, via
\ -! oton. equals ours In QUANTITY QUALITY, VARIETY, :

: or general excellence of STYLE and FINISH, and : S '

|;The Soiat1t Railway ria Jessup, Atlanta Chattanooga I ou EQUAL QUALITY c !: G
t Tile LoiiUvOle & Na.htille via Montgomery. s I; -

."The." Southern H'rf la Savannah Columbia.and Athvill e' 1e lI1K i,J. Our Price; Always Lead.. 'i Ii: -

e Mablle* Ohio R It via Montgomery./ :' II

q',Y.> 1 m 1 tSi Ladies Tailor-node \
-' Suits,' .! ...
)' ) annah and Ocean Steamllhlp C'omnany for New i Waists, Skirts, Underskirts,, abr'8F., '

.>rla 'Savannah r York,and Philadelphia lderch:1Dtl antlllil"ton.A Miners Translwrtatit)p LIVE OAK I \ Corsets, Neckwear, Under. I ..... \ :' 11 I

I* Company for Baltimore. i wear, in especially exclusive -

--4. I. selections . a b I Ii;

.YIa: : Pe f llnsuU- and Occidental Steanir.bip Co. WHISKEY I-=" MAIL ORDERS ;Wi! I! ---

: I solicited. Careful attention, and shipments C.O. (tr i! y
-.fit Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steam.hip'i SOFTENED BY AG E. with privilege of examining before payin D&U\ I

Une for Halifax, llawkebberry and ('bariottr ton.. Correspondence invited. f ': <9

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'rkklb..m be ale throughout the \orlhern.J }:a"'ern.If'tIlo (
"-- dl&rlll a the "" IS THE BEST AND PUREST
all .C'.r.'Ia Hant !Syxtrul /

."bII.,. ..H.IIl1., 111,tile alit."' "wMto tli.-..)nSderiJl IJ"'I- :"'''will"' .b+rli'l ally WHISKEY SOLD i B.H.LevvSAVANNAH &- Bro t-

I an< handsome advcrtUiaf mailer.i. IN THE SOUTH. c.

i.Slwplnf ar Iteservalluo, etc., call on or 11 rite 10.IUIILLF 0.xr

.-.#;" UII, DlrUloa W..Way !Passenger tr.'Astor Block.Agent Jacksoncille1teu4eo 'la. The LIVE OAK DISTILLERY CO.CINCINNATI. -. 't GEORGIA.. o II j J fr

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A FAIR' QUESTIONTO Lowest rates,straight Summer to the and north RaUs.summer, west tourist tlllcl I- -4. J j

i ; Nine '. ti'E I ASTHMA SUFFERERS. sonthwest, cia the Louisville and -
.. Nashville R. R- The Louisville and :i j ]
Nashville IIL offer the lowest Tenths .
giv two cents or two and m.rt "'lL. =-"" -
for imoudiate and posi- straight: rates to all points throughout 1I'7"_ .; I

iltJLD- from the exhausting and the north, northwest and southwest of Pure Juices from
'. asthma from whi1hJOII and suDner tourist tickets to Nalura&coltpOlATEStliBte.Storf _.
all lake and mountain resorts
One dose of Foley's Honey allthe
and Tar is positively) and unconditionally guaranteed through the north and northwest, al- ;
i ; to give relief,and there are ten doses in 10 to the Pacific coast. Through \
a 25 cent bottle-twenty-five doses. in a 50 cent sleeping car tickets sold to Cincin- People n Cieauses the system! Puiif t
'bottle. nati, Louisville Nashville, St. Louis, s t & .
Chicago and New Orleans. For detailed
tinted Foky'allow7andTarwWe.nutbtnlfnottooarad-,and always mil brine relief. Rcmenbcr...._ information, of the perfect Sufferfrom. I pORES Malaria! ,j&snscs' Ccastpik '
mtt t relid from the terrible wheezing and choking-up. passenger service offered by the L. ,
Is our iniaraatee worth the price of a trial to you I' Weak Stomach asd (
"falej't Bone and Tat"it the name. & N. R. R., showing through schedules aDiseased tapffid! BigesfiErerj .I

LOVIM Prickett,&Bryan \fC",Danville lit,writes: sleeping car.lines,and for rates, .
"/had suffered several yean with Asthma and after try reservations and any desired information Botife Sinslei[ t 13 SiB
in*a peat many remedies bad given up all hope. I was call on or address, B. II. Hopkins ; S sTacU i
advised to try Foley's Honey and Tar. It immediately Florida -:" Azicaxj: :BO'1"l I'Zsil, _
the passenger agent, Jacksonville SlWTL. -.if
stops coughing spells and 1 get my breath more fieeljr. -- .
It II tilt cab medicine that ever gave me relief.!' Fla. O. L.' Stone, general Liver. I>rioe, SO Ccnta. .'
passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. ______'__-- .

BANNER SALVE heals all hlfrts. Prtpartd by JAKES F. BALLARD,St.talc,R*
And now it has leaked out that the
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czar carries along his own applause

Sold by Ceo. W., Price. when visiting friendly nations. This Sold by Geo. W. Price. "

accounts for the hearty reception he

J. D. CALLAWAY, I Dr. W. fl. Ives, Jr. received In France. .

BROKER The World's Greatest Fever
I REAL ESTATE AND PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON rJiilliihTffiiiHiiHiilliiiUHi1nnim'u!":
Medicine. ..
-' I LAKE CITY,.FLA. PHOXE 118. Johnson's Tonic does In a day what ... .
Lake City. Fla.0TIS A slow Quinine cannot do in ten days.

._.. __ h_ = Its splendid cures are in striking con- I Spring: and Summer 1
B. OLI BR, trast with the feeble cures mabe by

R. PARKER, ATTORNy'-AT-L.AW. Quinine. rroNs

I LAKE CITY FLA. If you are utterly wretched, take a 4 factorily.Your The wants largest of every and most kind beautiful can be fill here promptly and laHj. 1ft

Attorney .At Law. COMMERCIAL: COLLECTIONS thorough course of Johnson's Tonic 14411 have ever presented awaits you collection of Uillinerrve MM EUN
A SPECIALTY. and drive out every trace of mala 14.4
LAKE CITYFLORIDA.. I Office: Marion street up .stairs over Mr s. rial aoisonin The wise insure their SPRING AND SUMMER HATS Mlm .
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:' T.A. Perry.buil log formerly occupied by lives and the wiser insure their t. N$1
Boozer &Callaway. health by using Johnson's Chill and : _
TOIf'theritb a complete line of all kinds of ...
Practice in all tate Courts prompt atten first-class ]ilUliacrf -
Lion to all liusines. Mortgages and bred fever Tonic. It coats 50 cents if it iwaiu; your pleasure. Out-ol-to orders receive prompt atttntloi
DR. E. RIVIERE, drawn and acknowledgements taken. cures; not one cent if it does not. '44 m

Olbce upstairs in the rear ot Pi ice's Drug l.1
S or". LAKE(:11\.FiTR. Lake City.: Fla.,Sept 20th, 1901.

uu_______ __ __ __ NOTICE.To County Tbe County, Florida Commissioners invite sealed proposals of Columbia for rrmit.i..;.;.;..;.;......;.;..;.;.;_;..;.;:.;.;.6. i.tiii!
all whom it may concern the erection and completion of tbe Comm
J. L. NIBLACK Notice is hereby Riven that it is my Intention bia County Court House according to tbe .. .
to issue thirty IOI: days alter this plane*and specifications prepared by Architect
date a tax deed on behalf ot the state of ., Frank 1>. Mil urn. of Columbia. So G.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON rii-ridatoK.il.Goodbread, tor and to the Plans and specifications be on file on .
Residence Phone Ho- !1. : tollowingdtgcrlbed lands lying and being I and after October?th, 1401, at Court 1I0u..e rr.TOMDstones .
i situate in( olumbia county, Florida to-wit: in Lake City. Florida and at tbe architect s
Headquarters at UISBS Drugstore. All The ne >< of ne M of sec. 17 tp 3 r 17ia.st.40 unite in Columbia. So C.
messages lett Here will be I. acres Witness my hand and seal this 30tn Payments are to be made from time to
promptly attended to. day ot "ugnahili. time, as tbe work progresses,in county war '
LAKECITYi' C4. FLORIDA. I (SUL.) M. r.r. &:AliOOKUUGIi. rants. The date the aid county warrantsare Moumt 'j
to become
Clerk Circuit Court. parable will he agreed upon
by the contractor and County Commissioners ,
tbe-diyol letting. i
Each bidder v ill tile a certified check on a
P. J. BECKSCONTRACTORS- well known bank for *new, payable to tbe Georgia, Vermont and Italian flarble.Granite
Treasurer of Columbia Count). as evidence r
t- it his bid is accepted, be..ilJ enter into con ?
f tract at once and file acceptable bond in Monuments. Heidstoaes.Ttblets Statuary Also Steel and
BUILDER. Ibe"umofUI.ouutor tbe taitbtul Perform Wrought Iron t\nce Parties needing Marble work will find it to
.. ance ot big contract. If be tails to eater their interest to write us bur deign and prices All Work OurauUeJValdosta \
vj j into contract; within fifteen Un, days. tbe 6
check will| lie forfeited as liquidated damages
.LAK PITY FLORIDA... caused by delay All bids to be tiled Marble Company
not later than }2iAlock uoon Oct. 24tb, 1901,
and will be opened on that day in presence I .
County Commissioners tbe
CALL ON ME BEFORE 6ENDIHQ AWAY FOR THIS KIND OF VVO (f.i rigbt to reject any and all bids.reserve -.u
U.1' B.,ozi 1, I ,>.
---- Chairman .
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i WORMS !'i VERMIFUGE WHITE'S CREAM I F -5- Late cJitgBoa1Ia i ;-

> Uuetin Quobr.ry JItoolia Qaatrty.For t
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20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. apY !
Prepued by--., i ,
> JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis. r'r'w lt.. #
A > N > r >/ /% /> > VW GONORRHOEA .

Sold by Geo. W. Price. I I f crcstsr FRUITS --

CURE ar-_

I f SAFE SURE f ; Cool Drinks Fruitb V
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Nashville, Chattanooga <&< St. Louis RIJ. .CURE...."it""'"YOURSELF-.,.o.wtusn............ ,' > .

-AND- -S 6 ..- .j. 'J, acre .00e...-rod....eo..L'...+ l bles, Tobaccos, CL r.tls,

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Western and Atlantic R. R. : Fur sale----by George \V. Peke.I: I I L1 Nuts, Raisins, Api i ,k*.

"Battlefields Line". i'

Through sleepers to Chattanooga, Nashville, and St Louis, connecting :i \\\Z&\ v r And Fine Candle-.

union depots for Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, Memphis in'I'I White f- Bronze !oIIIl'F.CTtRtJtSD
and all points \Vet and North-west. BOTTLKRS OF

C.E.IIAB.lUJI.O.: P.A., Atlanta Ga. T. M. DOTLB, F.p. A., Jacksonville" Fla. NONUMEI'TS.Ib.U1.J Soda AV'utcr SarHfiparilla, Stru\vberry, l.niiier Ac

: -- Seltzer Cider. Kte.

= Pf : : {. J;\:,.1if'i.i \\. Geo. J. Davis, Manager.
Fire Storm Tornado and Cyclone Insurance. /! J>-'., -: .' I
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Beat Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in bu.ine.s. :fr.v.C := .,-__--' -" _.-" <$> *
Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. -' HKAT!
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Chalker & '- "- .0' The thermometer willCoitn IK ., *
Small tlimbmi. to the ''' n \j
Agts. I I mer heat mark You will .k'n hi w i.tti iu you "> .0 a
Are more enduring than stone: better and I II contrite toucan.to get along without that a1ll fully hoi i.uiie \*
Cbl'ai'l'r Endorsed lay scientists as <> \
----- practically indet.iructableoi can
I save money lj> writing for uc- ,4 TRY A
Yl signs and priced.G. a BLUE FLAME.,

M. RAY, flRGHER t fLit i Blue Flame makl. an 1I1..d -i<. .. ,
Carriage Maker Agent tor Columbia Count)'. convenient and .' :, h it .1' i .1.11. M 1'
and Undertaker j ("unun!! tl! w.1.11' a.t.' \.u \\jii
.\0 agency for Mar Wind Mills and Tern ,It Costs hut little and ian--,.it |I.u..,! *,hair <.1<'\1,1
loll' l'umi'. and Tubular Wdl maker All : All sue with or witltut t.,oriii. L.UII i:_ (t'"
alms and Caskets always on hand at reasonable prices. Prompt I prices feducrd.: june"Oeo. j i''<$> "
attention to CALLS Day or Night. Telegraphic orders
promptly at-
fnded t<>. W 1-------- -- -- ._ 1<$

o S. HuCKer i & Son ; (t,
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MANUFACTURERS OF You'll Have Better Meals, and the Cook a Better Temper.

-- -= I carry tin mut.m"k luu ,ii .

Bugytec and. Wagons for sale and Built to Order General Kepairaspecialtr Doors Soso Blo( sOll1ill1( sANDBuilding :v jiricestnt ware and 'l'in''n lof eonsid in tin:ring citY quality Ju-.tuhat rulqry.JU..I"ol' K.XHS you "j.iit ?
O : All work guaranteed Carriage material fur bale. dlv O :
agent tor Marble UunumtnUi and Grate btom.a.J.

A. FISHER, o Material.. I 1< Tin-Rooiino and mm a Specialty. 1j

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