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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
October 11, 1901


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


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


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__ IEiUi.l888lif.JU900| i LAKE CITY. FLA.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER ?. 1901. Vol. XXVII No 48t.; a-: .

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Jo AtSa WASHINGTON LETTER. which -- --. ;
President McKinley would ing made to the re-election icr _
;'and'other Proue regular correspondent his have public written had been discounted by ,', tor James K.Jones chairman sena-j I' .
pg! Jointa that ani WASHINGTON Oct. 7.-President far since his reelection National Democratic Committee in The School Board of Columbia' .
so its i
I as most salient'
rbeumatiam- Arkansas is
by Itoosevelthas giving his friends great I
started out by estab features were predicable. President alarm. county met in regular session in }
d tine blood which lishing i Ex-Governor: Clark is at- -
very cordial relations with Roosevelt's will be ; Lake City on Oct. 1st, 1901. 'Members n i
I message another tacking the ;
J senator on the in
: Democrats especially those type of document. The whole ; joint debates stump I W. T. ,Henry, chairman; J. E.
j Inert, especially from the before the people, and
South who are most prom- nation expects it to be Wise and Dr. S. L. Berry. -
.. bag. and theirpmetottly' inent in national redolent the campaign at present is said to ; The e
PC legislation. minutes of last
Rooseveltism '
The and will be meeting were } =
in wet on the qui wear a doubtful for "
worse aspect the lat-
ft fact that the read .
i president rather boastsof vive for its appearance. After hand- ter. Some of the and approved.S.
being "half.Southern" by/bIrth ling strongest con- P. Bold was, appointed
reciprocity the
; merchant super- -e _
marine from '
:b131 time line we bus I gressmen the state are !
and that he has heretofore and the among visor of Shiloh School. _
isod's aarsa; rUIL BytPr expressed Philippine policy the the forces arrayed ,
do without tt.iKh eminently just against the sen The patrons of Sweet
rbeumatiml and friendly sentiments president will have unrestricted ator.. Gum School m _

y, tad ca StrMpadldai tOward'tbe Southern' people right of way for new suggestions regarding -I.I The McLaurin movement to help were allowed 'use part of their j _
.( oe Uk s IBM has given him a warm place, in popular the labor question, trusts. |, appropriation to .furnish, water for .z'

154D Xt,Sidney.MJ pUc Iowa.iparilla In.UMI esteem In that section- But from fj,|
these personal observations it is not : the -Isthmian canal : by the Democratic Warrants were issued from No.
to be.hastily conjectured that will 'I'j J and pending statehood demands. I say it will "die a-bornin,"' and They that 101 to 155 for purposes as follow.:
violently the = Teachers' salaries.. ....'. .
d A7& reverse Republican The trustees for .the McKinley j I the South will remain .t9.4 00
leuttof rheumatigm policy of regarding the Solid I:National Monument : .. -- loyal and Material for Bethlehem school 6 N _
-noi Association'i ::, sieaay in ifttt to a true blue Democratic
can. Take them. South as terra in rata. He may 'have been appointed by the president i- : ticket. S. S. Sandford, service' on r1'

lend some official help to any promising .' and are called to meet for organization _-- 1 grading committee_________ 4 45 I ;
effort to break down Democratic I J. W. Collins, service on grading -
F4ND PETIT JURORS.V at Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. OPERA HOUSE. I I .t '.3, :
e J- supremacy in certain Southern 10th. The list of eighteen members commltteeu.n 4 44 ;t"

s .d states; for instance, the McLau-! i is headed by Secretary of State A Big Nero Company In "A Rab Supt. salary, one month ____ 50 00 ;j1{
the Hit of the names rin movement in South Carolina, or 1 William R.'Day. and includes Sena- I bit's Foot." Members of School Board per lID.I j.

tsoi drawn to serve asIt the anti-negro disfranchisement tors Hanna and Fairbanks President Pat Chappelle and his big com I diem and mileage________,__ 980

Jurors .for the fall Democratic faction in Alabama. Milburn of the Pan-American at pany or negro celebrities are booked ',Jas. E: Young, material for j, ,
court, O 28,1901: : President Roosevelt is a stalwart whose home Mr. McKinley died; 'I to appear at the Opera House Oct. I'IJ.I Black Jack SchooL- 40 .

j,J C Leonard, Republican. lie U not at all likely j Henry F. Scott of San Francisco, at : 15th, in Mr. Frank Dumont's new I i! C. Roberts, desks: for Beth

.JW OG Russell Hatcher, to repeat the Creek-gift policy of1 j I whose home in that city Mrs. Me- !i i and original farce comedy, "A Rab I lehcmSchooLunm__'. .. 750 !,
President Hayes in I Kinley ill bit's Foot." This 11.. A. Colson furnishing watery _L
RWHerlong, dealing with lay so long earlier in this ; highly amusing
[,s H M Chambers, Southern situations. Mugwump year; Private Secretary George B. >! farce is a combination of .all that is for Sweet Gum*School___ 43' W..

R Herndon, Democrats will find as little,favor.'I Cortelyou Gen. )Eli Torrame national good in minstrelsy operatic choruses, I.1 P. T. Chabtain janitor for .l:
JlffChanbers; with I' lake'City school house._. 500 ,
him plantation
R L as mugwump Republicans. commander of the G. A. R., pastime and high class i : .
Witty Hence, the wiser Southerners and two '' specialties I P. T. Chastain, work on Lake L
'" Al Lordt are Southern men and Democrats prominently among them :
'd A fouglas, not predicating too freely upon favors ex-Governor Francis, of Missouri being the "Only Comedian," Tom I City school house_-__m____ 34 60
3 J tlarum,= to come from President Roosevelt and Robert J. of Logan, "Happy" Arthur Howe T. S. Cbalker, interest on borrowed .
Lowry, Atlanta .
; funds ._._ _____ 3It 04
.ili Register,' JTajlor. They say "be will be as fair asa .' Oa. The trustees will take Cliff Brooks, Will Goff Kennedy, I J,L. Turner treas. corn32 u 36 txl .;.

.*.-, patriotic Republican presidentdare active measures to secure the necessary -, James Campbell, C. Chisholm, Geo.McDaniel. /T. S. Chalker borrowed funds r 4 _. c
C P Montague. re be," and that is the sum total fundto erect a worthy national ., DeVine and Vaughn,i to pay teacher ___.h __.__ 9-18 50 = '

+ f of Jl ejr expectation.<< ( monument to the martyred presi- I Misses Hattie Bluefoot Lucy Pettus There being no other business, the t

Jy Unlesthere is very skilful man I dent. Cabinet changes during the i Lillie Wheeler Mae Fisher and! Board adjourned to meet again on

ItCrWtt. ,of this place, agement of the projects of anti-an..I winter and coming year are being I]| many others not mentioned. The the first Tuesday In November 1901. -

fill pvtiaL paralysU archy legislation in the coming congress freely mooted. It is already conceded press and public are high in their -- -- i
lbe.use, of, ne [ l that praise of the clean and 1 -)
'. eatedRHWK I unfortunate wrangle will Secretary of State Hay meritorious Moore's Pilules are a guaranteedcure
Ault? "occur? Di e hll parties are substantially will be the first to retire, and Secre- entertainment given by this mammoth for all forms of Malaria Ague,

Her wife rec- agreed that 'a measure t o tary of War Root, will probably go array of stars. Mr. Chappelleand ,Chills and Fever Swamp Fever Malarial =

; beilain's Pain I prevent the importation of anarchists 'up to the- premiersnip.. The death ,, his managerial staff-.Mr. Jav. !' 1 Fever, Bilious Fever Jaundice a.
truing two bottles ofleatlreijh and punish the exploitation of ,I this week of Secretary Long's favor-1J Mo Stea and Col. Chas. A. Duprex- Biliousness fetid breath and a _
lured.Gr ea {He Miss Helen }has spared nothing to ma ke his tired, listless feeling. They cure ?
i Mae, Logan county, anarchistic doctrines should be I|! daughter will it is company Rheumatism and the lassitude fol-
U other very remark : passed. But any attempt that prep j I i believed hasten his request to be ,o 1 the leader, and the farce is lowing blood poison produced from

rtial paralysis have ages undue restriction upon the ''relieved of his portfolio, and ex- j richly set and the dialogue and action -_ malarial poisoning. No Quinine. ""
y the use of this lint ancient rights of free speech and a !I Senator Wolcott, of Colorado, is are lively and humorous. Watch No Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not
t widely knpw ,ho for the ruin stomach teeth.
o w- or
big street parade, which Entirely
j cme'for tbeumatiami.ei. .free press will meet with strenuous I I mentioned as his successor. The j'I j takes place at 2:30 p. m. This company tasteless. Price, 50c per box. Dr. .
Sold by, Geo.Servea opposition from the leaders of both I I early settlement of Cuban relations | is: traveling on its own private C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main
h ti 1i Z=- parties. Senator Hoar has already I'will permit of Gen. Leonard Wood car, also carrying its own scenery Street, St. Louis, Mo. Geo. W. '
sounded a warning against any such : being made secretary of war to succeed -j and a U-piece concert band. Tickets Price, druggist [mar-'Ol-lyr] t 1
are on sale at the
can usual
J1iaglnsortiago attempt and the; Democrats in con-I I Root, and that Wood will receive !place. Don't miss this: show time as it and is
dress may be counted's a practical : the appointment is believed in worth seeing. y- t
1 1t
1 Vit ."unit,."'againsth legislation. It is('inner circles. Postmaster General I' -. LIME AND BRICK 5'

0 .comes, and makcIrcumstances e even strongly intimated thatl'iesi-j j Smith: is also slated to retire sooner Extreme hot weather iaagreattax

,< but dent Roosevelt would promptly veto I j or later and it is whispered confidently I upon the digestive power of babies WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 3
"or cold, take Bal any bill that should go too far in'. that the president will find 'I should' : when puny and feeble they
given dose of
Y Syrup, the best that direction. some Southern man to succeed him, : j Vermifuge. Price 23 cents. -
jotguick relief and Two months yet intervene before with lIon. John F. Hanson, of Geor G. W. Price. 't

25 and 50 cent. congress assembles, but already gia, as a likely preference. j

President Roosevelt has begun to The Virginia campaign is beginning -

ateduhat the steel shut himself in with his thinking to attract attention among the .

.. It wasn't cap on to prepare his message to the politicians at the capital. The Dem-

national legislature. The message ocrats unfinished are constitutional handicapped by conventionand having an OF IMPORTANCE TO EVERYBODY

t tes, _._-- -- ---- i $
bites -
or stings I an incohate suffrage 'plan on
You Know What You are Taking I Merchants who prosper now-a-days are those who buy in large ;7a
orJreptiles, apply! their ,hands. Col. J. Hampton quantities and place their goods: within reach of all. The

iment. It counia I I Chill When Tonic you take because Grove's the formula Tasteless is Hoge; the Republican candidate for poorest man in Columbia county may be my customer. It
t the wound, plainly printed on every bottle showing governor, is a bold, eloquent campaigner 3-bars Octagon soap lOc. 1-package Toothpicks 5c. r
nmatlon and heala I that it is simply iron and quinine ,and is: making a hot and 1-large Wash Basin lOc. 1-glass Syrup Pot lOc.
!8 and 50 cents. G. in a tasteless form. No cure no pay. bitter fight against his former associates 1-large Tin Milk; Bucket 10c. _,

Cents.L of the Dcinucracv. Nevertheless -
I50 The above prices are the lowest ever offered in Lake City.
I the Democrats are confidentof Immense line of Crockery Hardware, Queensware Tinware
a comJllcte'kturr at the polls, and Groceries to select from.

but realize they will hate to fight WRIGHT.
M. E.
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stint sleep.
for it without or
In Maryland there are complaintsof : '<.I 5I
::t-- the voters
h. general apathy among I
IN of both parties but it is promised

f:: Pork Sausage i that ex Senator Gorman will now I .,.""11 11 N''X11",',111.1t"'11" ,"......,.., j '

I actively take the field at the head of ; J, f
'Everything Handled by a First-class Butcher. I the Democratic column and he has I l Our Fall and
I I sweeping victory
predicted a
4j t CITY, MARKET. PHONE43. I already t I
: in November. The Winter
for the party I Goods. ,
Ice. Cream and Soda Water Parlor near the colored senator is one of those wise'meu whonever

'. r Masonic Hall. predicts unless :,e knows. I' Have arrived, and there are many nice things in Dress I' -
Fabrics that you will need between and jlI
c that is be- now cool weather: ;
The strong opposition therefore, we invite you call and see the new goods that we rare -rX
I! = I opening, up.

.mm mmw UttumiU! ,i Keep Off The Earth Dl this.rings ,,

z &RIGERATORS.Special Alw.y. I weather as much as possible that- is keep as much shoe weti leather f J

iil i Best.FRjD. is between you and Mother Earth as you can coo\cniently I"
ti5 carry. It's the. wisest in the begininj and cheapest in the I

Offer. U; I ,': end, to and buy styles your shoes her School Shoes for children in allsizes I' -

8 Ice TOANvoNfcBuviNQ________ a Refrigerator n I I
: = i_ S I In fact call at the Big Store for anything you fI

the Must have the tt + want-new and
.:: next thirty days. I Ia1&1 up-to-date.
tor my New Ten Ton Machine. When ins yy Er
led *W Rive me 15-tons daily capaciiy and r
f lt'"
-"'j storage' all the year round. 4i *its UQl toU BMd evoy Annual fra*. PboneNo.4.. E. Inman & Co. # -

1' 'Mann, Lake City, Fla. !IImmmu I s r.rust,tilrsur,Itiilb 'I Near Dt-poL. I'

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2, THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 18 =1
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111 <::00.000 For digestte: weakness nervousncac -'I When you have '" t
r It is stated that repre- I no appetl
"I D '. Pierce regardIng I _. _
: i wrote. -- I bents the "output" of floral establishments |thins in the Mile, flatulence, not relish your food and feel' sdsil ':
my case, and receiveda ,I off. &.ziness,,wakefulness headache and .l after eating you may j
JlIOw1btJCi "I
prompt reply free.". ;,,1-. Fully 200 person had watched this ; in this country.This other;annoyingO accompaniments of1 1 need a doe of r rla1n'. S ; ,
I and when it was completed the driver ought to make some of our Willie I costiveness, Uerbine is a prompt and I, ach and Liver a
\ ="I endured nearly \got down from his seat, and swung boys, with their. little three dollar I" unequaled remedy.. Price 50 cent:, cent Samples freeate 25 'J

I' four ing,"years Writes of suffer-Irs. I.a bag of oats from stood over the there nose and of t bunch of ponies for-theirGlady", sit j G. W.
1.-L..Xyers.-'of I each animal. They down and figure out just how much :

'caused Washington principally.w.\'a., I ate was their patient midday and proud meal. of The his driver team. I they amount to in our best' society j' 0 00, 'Oc i0 b0 Od" b b0 b0 b i "bOcb0 0 0 o0r(} :ij l

-' medical and talked to them, i .
i I from improper He petted them I m -
attention after .I And when they were through drove If you are troubled with inodorous Watchmaker L'

the birth of a child off whistling. \ breath, heart burn, flatulency, head N. f:

and female weak in "Talk about the laboring man drop- ache, acidity gains after eating, Jeweler and Optician.! 3is
resulting a .
ness his shovel at the sound of the. tossof melancholy ,
ping appetite persistent "
I of dis.eases "II: s
4 complication '
I terri noon whistle said one'man., "that or low spirits. You need a g
Had a ,ffl. -
ble4CQUgh. beats anything,I. ever saws Ko one tonic a few. doses of Herbine will That lrbunf'5nd we are doing ,
I incessant pain and'lOI'enes hereafter need try to convince me of give you the recuperative force to 'tIT.:11:t our the best tJ.-l>t to sen please ice. you and. give you n :
horse. That remove these disorder Price, 50 "
of the
in lungs. the intelligence
Everything we do we warrant cannot ':ft
Was reduced in flesh from 184 pounds to wagon team settles it." cents. G. W. Price. i i : be dune better any' ':(J
about 100 pounds in eighteen months. I :. .1 -- -- -- f/iJ Everything ,,'e sH guarantee, and
had no appetite and became so weak -eavad It will Foraker little ;11; protect you in Tour j every
not a
jo sqdmnp aq) jo aausipe aq worry I1V way-in Hrlcei,and in Quality. t'
and nervous I could scarcely sit up. I a; p nnsdJ peq Jim jo sasod-ind aq bit to reconcile the Onto plank in ':11' Graduate OplkUa-Scleutitic tUliug ofIL' V,
doctored with for
our home physicians \
i joj Iiuvoiud papnaU suautaadxa: favor of free trade in sjffrage Spectacles. Musical Goods En. \16
two years with no benefit, I was finally. negro tlS1 graving a specialty .
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i induced to try Dr. snqx aiqvdp .iduiisBpap.iv2a.inaaqA in the South with eighty-five per u
.Pierce's medicines.I .l4IIq > 0218 sjeaf .uaj v gages'sautgaem cent citizenship in Porto Rico. @
wrote to Doctor mss u|SAJnssajd jo din aq) I Iorpal __ROBT. T. RADFORD.
B. is of the most versatile
Joey one
: scans I
Pierce UOUUBJ n
regarding 018 { pauiBqo $ F.643.fWATCHES .
my case, and received -sajj asuiiuuii aq jo aoujuadita! aqj acrobats in the Republican circus. ;

a prompt advising r / -+. ''iilU"'U jolt utap! aqi U. cased iI.1Wld (/mm:(:: :'mm: : :': :: :: :': :': :
reply' free -xa jo noiBJiddB! aq palsahdus q'>! > Thousands suffer with torpid liver, .
the .
medicines proper for my 'pies aq 'uouuoo ujapoui aq se.vt \\ producing great depression of spirits, - r =
'USIII.I"sINl aauaas! legl sd!aoiu.iugelaAlanalsul I
case. After taking indigestion constipation headache
four bottles of Dr. jsoui aq JO auo t>i UOUUBDaq :. etc. Herbine will stimulate the
Pierce's Favorite \ I ) )cq) s* liver keep the bowels regular, nd GIVEN
Prescription and SJJuajjy! ;o A'uiapeoy qjuajj aq .
four of his'Golden Medical Discovery,' }o .uilp! .1d aq '4taZ a'.1nv. 'J'i restore a healthful buoyancy of
three doses each day also taking one bot- 'daailag jo agaves, s. .u....) spirits. Price, 50 cents. G. W. Price. i -'
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tle of Dr. Pierce's Compound Extract of -1Aaotker - -- I.

Smart-Weed and some of his'Pellets,' I II'wo. I A Typical South 'African Store.O. .
ceased coughing, and am now enjoying
splendid health and have gained thirty- "Your poem is very nicely written I:. Larson, of Bay Villi, Sun-

jive pounds in weight. I again feel like and is well punctuated, but "somehow days River, Cape Colony, conducts a Beginning Oct. 1st to Dec. 3 1st 1901
# my former self, thanks to Dr. Pierce and I raM to catch the drift of it, said the store typical of South Africa at ,
his medicines." cruel editor. whirh be
great can purchased anythingfrom
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pressing the manuscript of his "Ode the proverbial "needle to an given avayvith every Suit of Men's
Pierce by letter FREE. All correspondence to the Snow" to his heart the poet anchor." This store is: situated in a
sacredly confidential and all womanly stalked dfenifiedly away.-Baltimore valley nine miles from the nearest
confidences guarded by strict profestionat American. railway station and about twenty- Clothingone Nickle Plated Watch,

privacy. Address Dr. R. V. ______ I five miles from the nearest town.
Pierce, Brs lloo, N. Y. Mr. larson says: ''! am favored
Oysters Mail Nave Salt. with the custom of farmers within a guaranteed for one year. Prices on all
Oysters cannot live in the Balticsea. radius of thirty miles to many of

The reason is that it is not II whom I have supplied ('hamberlain'iremedies. merchandise guaranteed. .
RISEN FROM ITS RUINS. salty enough. They can only live All testify to their valuein
in water that contains at least 37 E a household where a doctor's ad-

,,IaaNi Rte Trr .f Ik. City .f Gal. parts of salt in every 1,000 parts of vice is almost out of the question. .
...... fraM the Terrible Wreck water. Within one mile of my store the
las It 5......... population is perhaps sixty. Of .. -
these within the twelve monthsno
Careers Come illh !. Cetl.a.. past
Perhaps no more remarkable instance New York coroners,with theirstaffs solutely less than cured fourteen by have Chamberlain's been ab- CDDM. L TEN LY M pEg N.

of rapid recovery from almost are ex-pensive luxuries. Their department Cougb 'Remedy. This must surely bea DRY D R'T HOUSE.
total wreek was ever known than for the city costs the taxpayers record." For sale by G. W. Price I

that of Galveston destroyed in the more than.$150,000 a.)'l'ar. .. ... t Druggist.
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terrible flood' of last September. Its

dwelling houses had been .
swept - -- -
away and many of its most noted
substantial commercial buildings

were injured beyond repair. Seventeen -
million dollars' worth of its

property was wasted at a stroke and I
+ 6,000 'of its inhabitants were tJain.
Yet the hapless' island town found Stops Mosl Everything

courage after the storm, and de-
termined to live saya Youth's Com-

panion.In .

seven days the railway bridge to = d_ # ijt1 in the way of ailments and diseases that result from a Bad
the mainland broken
by the furioussea r
Liver and Blood.
was repaired and open to travel, Impoverished
and less than six months after the aT HACN

disaster not only all the railway
tracks, but the wharves elevators

and warehouses had been rebuilt Liver&Blood THACHER'S Lq.
larger and better and more ,in number
than before; and the surviving \ .
islanders are housed in more than a SYRUa I' "
thousand comfortable
The'terrible relics of dwellings.'the September I'&J LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP

tragedyhave:: been cleared away i

and industry, trade and hopeful ac- .
tivity of every kind are once more ...... ,."/ I.
making busy days. A nation's sym- .r "It cures to stay cured." ,, !.
pathy and contributions have helpedthe ".1
people, but no less the brave i pdl
swift rally of this stricken city is a I
notable example of American recuperative ?IIM .P IN :. Are you troubled with sleepless nights? Do you have f

energy and pluck. It gives despondent moments when you wonder why mankind was Iff I
the lie to the proverbial inertia of created ? Do
southlanders.Plans ?111 you feel tired and dull ? Have aching head and

for the future safety of the eyes: ? Doesyourfood ferment in your stomach and distress you9 Jr
island are already forming, and will / :
be put into effect as moon as the more I .;:;. : These arc a few of the indications of a disordered L ver I t

immediate needs are provided for. ;yts and Impure Blood and Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Sy rip trice

A sea wall may be built or more S is what you need. ?
probably, a general filling in of the

land raining the surface five or six ;.- Since 1052 Dr. Tliacher's Liver and Blood S> r.p Las;
feet, will place the city beyondthe ER
reach of a flood from the gulf. i Cf the test cf constant use in thousands of homes and f td.S l'tood

One of its local newspapers courageously cured and is curing people afflicted just as you are. ,
says: "Difficulties present .-
the opportunities for great achievements | Read what these people say and do as they did b->' a
and out of the depths Galveston -
..- i* struggling to her former position -__.-,-- bottle and try it.NcwcazUe. j
and learning strength."

Alabama! : Ai..1! 1::th. 1901. Corona A .star
Gentlemen: Myself and fami.yha.v Lecn taking L',. Ti-achor'c Liver ;;.
Gentlemen : W. tl. Frost cf Corona. Alabama, he bowl t 1- ;a. -
P.lret A.IaI. That Slapped Abrupt. Medicine for six weeks, according to directions, and declare! it to be the best ages cf Dr. Thacher's Liver Medicine from R. H. Montgomery says
If Wkea Ike WkUtle Bl.w Liver Medicine on the market I had Leon suffering for fc.!r years with He was down with kidney trouble and indigestion five years Wes o' "
..4 Cat Their DUaer. I indigestion and dyspepsia and am cured and fad better than I ha/o in ten able ta; work and the second package cured him sound and well:!
I years. I would not be without it in my house for anything a.J Jo l l...pj it w :l I Says it is The best medicine on
A pair of intelligent horses attracted find the homes of all suffering humcLiuty. Yours very truly. earth"Merida.
(Signed) W. D. HALL.
the attention of a large crowd on Texas

:Nassau street at noon one day lately Whitney, Kentucky. THAC1IER MEDICINE: : COMPANY. Gh-ttancojz.
says the New York Sun. They THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY. Chattanoo-a. Tenn. Gentlemen I r-e teen talu.-ij i. '3 Liver Medicine and : ,> ;
were attached to a heavily loaded ice Gentlemen : For sometime I have been suffering with pains: in my cured rr.s of KiJncy arId Li'l..r trcub'c! cf twelve year standing .
wagon coming down the steep gradebetween stomachside and under my shoulder olades,short ness cf breath and loss of sel.p. I I 1 took a bottle cf Liver and Blood: Syrup also lock the Liter Mt.i.i .'
Cedar street and Maiden One of my friends told mo it was caused by a torpid liver and bad blood. its dry form. Before I began taking your r.iedicine I was >ei. *'
lane and were holding back the I purchased one bottle of Thacher Liver and Blood Syrup (SOc) and I am I pumpkin, and looked old e.rd b!.'ly unJ cculJ not sleep half th: r ;rt :-:
glad to say that one dose was worth more to me than the cost of the entire since I began taking your medicine lock years youngerYours
wagon with a noticeable effort When bottle. I cannot-speak enough for i ii; Respectfully truly. ,
half down the whistles very
they were way ERRING.Corona MlSb WIWE HOUSE \
blew for 12 o'clock. Suddenly
the horses drew in toward the curb Alabama. "" Gohlson Texas
and began to plant their hind feet THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY, Chattanooga. Tenn. THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY Chattanooga. Tl'nn
Gentlemen : Dr. Thacher's L ver and Blood Syrup is the best tonic I
forward to step the wagon. Dear Sirs: This 13: to ccrtty that I have used Dr. Thacher s I. vtr arm
have ever tried. 1 had a number of doctors and they did me no good but Blood
Syrup and it cured '
The driver made no effort to check Dr. Thacher's Liver Blood me of mdifreition after everything else haJ '* e- .
and Syrup cured me sound and wellRespectfully. '
them and their at once .' I know- it to be a wonderful medicine and I recommend it to *. m, f r*, is

r attracted notice. ,Pedestrians lookedat W M. ROBERTS. Yours very truly.
the horses and then at the driver i MRS. M. E. MORGAN

who had broad his face.
a grin on
hard work the Your Druggist has Dr.:Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup. (liquid or dry) or ha can get them. If he
Ily was stopped.
wagon won't, send U$ 25 cents for a package or so cents for a bottle-But try your druggist fjrsL Write
The driver sat still and watched his
our Consultation Department explaining
your symptoms, and receive free confidential advice.
animals. One of them immediately I
began rubbing his head against theI

neck .of the,other and with nods and THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY, Chattanooga Tenn.
pushes succeeded in rubbing his ,
bridle off. Then the other took his

turn at rubbing and his bridle came

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AIRLINE So. darling you have tome to sit with me

This life., of all evening of your sweet young t ..,)

The sweetest saddest-since It la to be I .'
Your last before the sacred came of
: i'R AINS ""wile"You Just take your choice.
RAILWAY t An attack of Fever at

[ SERVICE love gladly take, and with the one you i this time of year, with 4 p
Quinine as the treat-
With I s
truest love forth' from the dear ,
::: ment, means a week or
home -
DIYISI05?. go; # s
"" xY' _\ Y7 Trusting that all the sweetness God above : ten days lost from Business. -
",, ,, ldtd aI9| >p,13d 4. SOp LvJack onvllle__ ____, 9303.I8j; Meant that the loving faithful wife i '
"" tt p ttp r"lal'hl"1lL-__ __ should know t It 't"r
I ,wwaii4uaww 9 08 means ten days of I
L_ 11 p'!' 949 P .- Waldo- _? __ p
-, .- i! tR p,tl 51p _-_ Gainesville____ -.wisp P Shall fill your life In the new home that uuhappine&s for you and
.,,F } 58pj Iwa: ||Cedar Key_____ --::: .33p-- waits I ten day. of hard work
4 JII p Slia:-- :Sl1vertprlng -_ = 1:1i: ::=: To welcome and anxiety for those
.: ln.J 1 J5a!>:-.-. Ocala __ .. -._-_ P you its queen; And, dear. I L
; ., --r- ; I Dtp looaiisa pray who love you.
8 Wpj lJ1iii.UJwood____ _
:.- Ul :33 pi T 41)a'I !! -- 14 Lecsburg_ --___ .._ !sup 4Up That aU a home outside the pearly gates I This is putting it in its
:_;._ Ui 1a > -.-_.. "Tavare ._____ ..._eo S *P JU 43: a a Can hold of happiness, your new home very happiest &sped. It
P!, 8 *! a;;-.- 'Orlando__ __ may. I
.. 4 -; fa a Iii 51 a'__, Winter SlOp 6 73Uailoa I II might mean your death,
'_. 7U11alr.uai--, I Dade tit? --1'=: Up4Up -4 ooro. I'm sure God meant the marriage bonds to j and it often means a ueed'Joboson'
I Si S 71 Plant a beThe 1 I Tonic M ;
a breakdown in
PI| -- City _. general
4Mp I used Quinine for 10 days.I hours. Took it three a
...:- IV tu a*70*; f>I"--r-, Tampa-. __. S 40 pt 111110 a strongest dearest of all earthly flea: am free of fever but leel health from which some hours. X rer felt better in
,15a'II:3IJ E S fill> pjSp '_-___ And those that bear them should not fall utterly wretched. I am recuperate very slowly.If my life. Did nut loee an t ;
.. ';-11 6 311 ii iij. to see I deaf as a post. Lost 10 rich ounce in weight. Cut eat i -
r. -- you are a man
.Connection made at Fernandina That In unstlfiah love their lightness lies i pounds IIn"thlni
with Cumberland your time is worth much t 4
.-."' route steamers Sad sad Is their mistake that seek to break to your estate. II you ::
-$-... except leaving Fernandina 1:30: p. m. daily Those bonds once formed and think to I are a poor man, your time is worth much more to your family. The rich
-f 5p.m. Sunday arriving Brunswick There be set tree; man might better afford to suffer a loss of $100 00 a day, as a result from enforced -
-- take U no fretdom from the vows they absence from business than the poor man can lose the value of his labor. ,

4tLeave Till one shall pars lote eternity. Both men-rich or poor-are stupid to lose 10 days when 84 to 48 hours is
.6N:0. ..L_ Fernandina for Jacksou- the limit of time required to put them in good condition by Johnson's Chill and
;- == ni75) vine 7:*> a. m. and 4:50 p. m. Yes dear It is a solemn step they take. Fever Tonic. > ;

-,, -. I'OSp That starts to walk together through the I always feel sorry for the family that is wedded to the plan of subjecting ft S A_
== USJP Arrivals at Jacksonville from the years themselves to the Quinine treatment.
.I Slip UP I North and East No 3" n.0.:0....:: a. m, No. God wake holds for both; and yet 1' nked not The process is slow. The result uncertain. The treatment disappointing w -

-r-? -= J 11 P 219lD a. m., No. 31 6:10 p. m. From In your young heart anxieties or fear. Johnson's Tonic has two cardinal points that should immediately commend ,-
""."' ... ... & da: I the West No. 2 7:25 it to
.;.. :; p p. m. From the every thinking man in this country. J
---- to South I No. 24 8 For both of you have chosen for your Fiat of all harmless. : t ,
O' ;: at a, m.. So. 66 at Guide Absolutely harmless. Harmless under all cir .
--- :::=: JjJJJ 3.55 p. nl. cumstances.
One that knows all the of the v
And when llte's storms perils arise will safely:ay; Second, it is quick; it acts at once. In 30 minutes after its administration
hide it enters the blood and begins to undo the mischief caused by Malaria. y
Blithe Fla and Metropolitan Limited, vestibuled train between You In some quiet haven till the day It has a wonderful record of 17 years of success. tl'JO! cases out of every
Jeaud New York, via Richmond and Washington including draw- I 1000 are promptly cured, and the 1000th case can be easily cured by doubling -
iBiif.obaervaman. buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonville Breaks forth again. Oh!great ls their mistake I the date and taking it a little oftener. s

That choose another guide other Johnson Tonic is a woudeiful medicine. It is not mere merchandise. It <= t
i lid Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train, consisting of day Can lead them safely through; no and help one {, is superb. No remedy in the whole domain of Materia Medica is more positive '

..ii,ba:gage.and express cars between Jacksonville and Wasb1 them make | in its action and unfailing in its results. t =
Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville and New York. The blessed Port Of Peace journey I It will cure. It will cure every time. It will cure every case of Fever. It

IK Ke y West and Uavanna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tues- done. I j will cure any type of fever.It .

ftmcaysllOO p. m. Dear heart 'twill be a lonely home you I j Is the cue great medicine that seldom.oalllOinls. i R
II, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. leave. \ bout trifle with Feter If allowed to run, it is like a house allowed to
otioaat City Ticket office :202 W. Bay street. Telephone 200.; For you have been Is sunshine all your !' burn-it will consume you. Use Joh1 .'On's Tonic. Use,, nothing eke.

;'; JAS. M. BAUR, a E. BUNCH >ears. j I Mow, take your choice Lie in bed for days, or maybe weeks and poison -
tr,'ii' Gen'l Sup't- Gen. Pass. Agent. But, though we miss you sorely we'll not !I jour digestion with Quinine. and arise finally with all the life and vim taken ,,4
L grieve, -
Portsmouth, Va. out of you. or use Johnson's Tome and be restored at once to perfect health. -
Nor find In loneliness
,Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. excuse for tears No loss of \ital force. No loss of fleeh. No waste of precious time. Take your tt
.TU right that you should go It Is the way I choice. a-
Woman has ever doc. You with you I '
: take A. B. OIRAKDEAU, Savannah, Ga. i ;i'1r1

.'. SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. Your they parents' blessing and I know that I

.. -' ,'r. Give you up gladly for your own dear I ___ -u_ __ _. -__ .___ __ _._ _

"'.' Schedule in Effect August 1st, 1901. I Go to take them now before they sleep and A. K. IIr\ TKE8 'T
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;i. : My blessing, too for all the love and ,

SOCTHBOOTX E_ Dixie Quick NORTHBOUND j I Flyer Dixie You'te cheer poured Into my life and may It I The famous Atlanta Optician

Flyer.Atep.I I I PMTl5 make I| _
T Your whole life rich. God bUss you bless { ii'r
"','',JUCOBXathkea 1: 45 6:!S Lv Palatka I you, dear. '
'::? I 1i11 Florahome 648 |-Emily. Stuart Lawrtnet, la N. Y. Wit1 1
: arClQll1a' I 7. Uampton' 73.1 I I j
; J tuAUla 05 76i SampM City 745 ,
i S',Vienna txs 8 1 Lake Butler 81U !j A. II. Davis, Mt. Sterling, la., i ij !
Cortele t sao 1100 Lake City DUD I Iwai
> f-f Araht 99t: White Springs I, 9,:e.1 I writes: "I wail troubled with kidney r ,
iAskbarfiimptoa* a lit : 11.3 Jasper fl511fUtoa
: 4 UtI 111 L1 Jennings | complaint for about two yean, but j
art.?tttua' of It! I UI:11: Lake Park III So'IpuU > two one dollar bottles of Foley', Kid- '
4 33 III r.5.r ValdontaValdusU 11 OiII ney Cure effected permanent cure." I
l;;: 4I:1 of 311 II to Lv 11 1U ,
;Jleartpine of 44 1145 Ilearlploe"'i 1155 : G.V Price. ,
\.yaJ4iloiU. 52 I Hit I Add i liul I II
Vlldesta I 1157 parlts. IO: --- ,
i:K. KOBKHjfox A. a SMALL,
aPark I! sasu lift Ar. Tit ton 1'-I4J
12SU: Lv. TitlonAbhburn Ii45II ROBERSON &: SMALL.
6 :Iii I iai !)
it sprinp 70t7S5 i 14I Arabi ATTORNEYS AT Lt1JV.I .
::IaktBaler 8 !II Y: Vienna : n ,
: ..pooh City 11 411 !| 8* UnadillaUrovania :iSJ: I Will do a general practice la State and '
':'- II OU j 1 JW Federal courts. CulK-ctions and comcyauc-
,cJ'I 'i._ PoliUa 10 :25 I 410 ,Ar. Macon ,3 50 taut Block f1ixtyy.ivr.. .....
=' > P M PM JAM I' .- 1 -at11. COLD MEDAL.
:{' SCHEDULES AT JUNCTION POINTS. II. A. WILSON; Highest Award Diploma <>t Honor

4. m amiaM1, a m pm If
alii 4 S UII ::1,Ar Waycross III: a 20G I !
ETftOLlSliED 1870.t
7-15 7Q 1l If 1 a pm ,
m a m\\ p II 1' M Lv Tlfton 340 -
7111 8 SU' 113'' 71". Ar Thumasville r.iiUU611IUI i
Kt 41i1 11551! I pm am P"t r I t These Famous Clasps lor Sale, by
ml 7IU: 9 III It Su i-
:m a a JI a. Lv ValdObta : ,
415$3511 8t545, \r Thomasfille 81011W 1.50M ,
1111 1.1:! 1150" : p m' :1)1) Watts & Son Eyesight Tested Free.
y. ,m' Lv Valdosta 'yu is:; ,
y;-} !1311 III d Ar Jacksunville I m 853

< I n Caution-IIawkea' glasses are never peddled lie sure that "Haw kes'' is stamped on frame. + -
pm! IU Ly Lake Butler t. ;: I ,may I?"01 .
; Ar Jacksonville 11ii
; am
Sill:1 1
a : LvSampbOnCily I II 11511 .. .
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100 I Gainesville I ,I 7 -
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'&**'_ *Dally except SIlUd iY. t Sunday only. .:

"kai through coach and Pullman sleeper belneen Macon and Jack- I
o.ud through coach anu local sleeper between Macon and --..-;&. I UNDE ll7fKEL:1.keCl
i IB Macon union depot 9Ju p. m.. and remains union depoton return t tlekSieo" Superiority
Is solid train beta ten Macon: and PaUtka. | _-
SBXLEYSHAW. ; C. B. RHODES, tV', :l" la.. -

( President, General Passenger Agent, i io' ,
." >- !;?' MACOV, GA. I Collins anti Caskets all Styles and

T. P. A.,.. HARRY BURNS, J.'. P. A.;, I Prices. Orders Promj>tlv 'iIll'tL I i

Atlanta,Ga., 2ol W. B ty St., Jacksonville, Ha. j
I : Is the distinctive characteristic of our -

--- I THE OLD RELIABLE: Men's, Women's, Boys' and Children'sSPRING I -

' .PM S ystem. and SUMMERCLOTHING \ '

t I ,
$ _
\Through Car Line From Florida.V I
<'JOf '< .
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-\ he Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond and -- ___ I

Wahhington. Columbia andWashington. I t\\ NO STOCK In the SOUTH : =
: :,The, South .Hanway, via Savannah, ,

t j I equals ours in QUANTITY, QUALITY, VARIETY, '

-ft. 1 or general excellence of STYLE and FINISH, and i -
x. tThe Southern Railway via Jessup, Atlanta, ChattanoogaThe I
Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.The :, :

| Southern n') via Savannah, Columbia and Asnnlie.i'f j) Our Prices Always Lead. I. s
.; Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery. I T D1e7oPARKi a
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;Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New't vt Ladies" Tuliur-ltade Suits

!- '- York, Philadelphia and Boston. '! Waists, Skirts, Underskirts, =
Via Norfolk for New York Baltimore and Washington.Via : OAK Corsets Neckwear, Under f1 tl
(f Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation LIVE
wear. In especially exclusive
for Baltimore and Philadelphia.
selections . iI

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::Yia Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. WHISKEY I MAIL ORDERS i

.io :
3'. I, solicited. Careful'attention, and shipments C.O.D. !
Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship SOFTENED BY AGE. with privilege of examining before paying. r st :
tUne for Halifax Hawkesberry and (.'harlottesiow n. Correspondence Invited. -ice-""*
God! lI.ial at lllufa! Elpoutiu. I ,,, ,..... ___ .. .. ,
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C1ntoa lath to Buffalo, N. Y. account Pan-Ameruan XI".lhf' WHISKEY SOLDIN B.H.Levy&Bro. '
i lovhut Niagara Fslis.DarUe9 will be liberally SOUTH.
CIt In the North..sent to the undersigned THE

.,.... atlon and handsome advertising: matter. I

' [fe gates Sleeping ar Reservations etc., call on or write to The LIVE OAKDIST1LLERYGO. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. J
]|lli:, Jou.T.Division Pisse 'lrtA18ent-8.>I1.11ie. via.perlnkndent I __
", U8 W.Bay Str. Astor \VVIlU Palos. Tragic M, U. Solvin0111.GaK -- -


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8 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 18,4 ffl

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Summer. Rates. .( oJ *********** -

Lowest straight and summer tour-

ist rates, to the north, west and Nine. -

A Lesson in Health southwest, via the Louisville and i tIERBINE 2 '
Nashville R. R- The Louisville and ; .
[HATEVER cause of your the ill health apparent, are Nashville 1it offers the lowest Tenths '. 'j:-arf' ? *.;ii *t- '. Joo)' -' i
btraisrht rates to all' points throughout '
you absolutely certain that the north, northwest antI southwest of / '
1r : Pure Juices from
Ii the isn't real disorder, underlying in cause kidneys and bummer tourist tickets to _Natural RQots:
all lake and mountain resortsthrou"h
? Nine chances in ten it's your all the
the north and northwest, also -
kidneys that need attention, if the real to" the Pacific coast. Through RtGULAtESt aLiv rSomncha dBmrs.i

root of your poor health is to be- sleeping car tickets sold to Cincinnati 'PeopleSuffer *. Cleanses( the 3
reached. Treating your stomach, i, Louisville, NashvilleSt. Louis, System, Purities Ufa' 6i1=ct
liver blood, heart'or :
.your your your
Orleans. For detailed
and New
your nerves, is to treat symptoms only. : Chicago information of the JPiS: ri aa: E!
Treating your kidneys is to reach and i perfect n itlJilvJs, nstip atOI!
offered the L. .;
the cause of disease. passenger ;j Weak Stumajh o -
remove If yon neglect disorder in the kidneys you'll II & N. R.R., showing through: schedules from a : Cili Impalre DlgestlDD. .
lines, and for rates,
bare diabetes Bright' disease gravel or sleeping car
other serious and usually fatal complall1t.Foley' I reservations and any desired information DiseasedLiven Erer/ Bottle Gajraa'ee iJ Gee! S&fcefla.iliI.CirJ3 f
Kidney Cure is absolutely guaranteed call on or address, H. II. HOI .
run. Try for it all to-day.kidney disorder. You run no I kins, Florida passenger agent, Jacksonville I. : IO'AMJ.'ajja. Sit-A.I.T. osa.c(
Fla. C. I.. Stone, general Price, 5O Cents.
Louisville, Ky, j <
SORE BANNER SALVE will heal it. passenger agent. '
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And now it has leaked out that the _tlrtrfr.QwOOw r3i43G;" :lIAUAtD.sll"1-

czar carries along his own applause -.t

Sold by Geo. W. Price.J. when visiting friendly nations. This Sold by Geo. W. Price. -

I! accounts for the hearty reception be 1 _

received in France. i
D. CALLAWAY r. W. H. Ives Jr. '.
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BROKER The World's Greatest Fever iiiniilli!!! !
REAL ESTATR t Medicine.
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C'-- INSURANCE AGENT I LAKE CITY, FLA. PHONE 118. Johnson's Tonic does in a day what : Hillim'nliHHiinm1'

lake City. Fla. slow Quinine cannot do in. ten days.
6'LIYE'R. Its splendid cures are in striking contrast |I Spring; j
T. B. with the feeble cures mabe fay :

OTIS R. PARKER, A \TORNY-AT-L.AW. Quinine. N4 Y lr'ant of every kind can r* fat here promptly and m- 1
If wretched take satis
you are utterly a I
I LAKE CITY. FLA. lactorily The largest and most beautiful collection ot Millinert w* ,
thorough course of Johnson's Tonic liateeter
IMI presented awaitsyou.
Attorney At Law.CO I and drive out every trace ol malarial 1
i I aoisoning. The wise insure their SPRING AND i
LAKE CITY FLOnID.Oftlce Marlon =
street stairs
t / A. 1'erry: .building tormerly up occupied over Mrs.T by 1 lives and the wiser insure their ... -"" I
I Boozer JLCallaway.Practice health by using Johnson's Chill and U I
Together with a complete line of all kinds of first-class
in all State Courts, prompt attention -I fever Tonic. It costs 50 cents if itcures awaiu your pleasure Out-ol-townordeis receive prompt attention Milliacn
I to all Uu ine5. Mortgages aud Deeds' =
drawn and taken. 'I I ; not one cent if it does not. .
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Office upstairs Die rear of rric 'lIlIrug i: --- LaLeCitr. Fla..Sept 20th. 1901. :
Store. LAK E CITY'U I The County L'omimvsioners of Columbia ;1;;; ;;;1iiJI6i1 IIrr
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.' i l County. Florida invite sealed proposals bur ............ ... .......... ...._. :
-- --- ---- To all whom it may concern. the erection and completion ot the Colum- I
I I Notice is berebv f IM-II that it is my intention bia County Court House according to the
P\K. J. L. NIIILACIC, : to issue thirty taco: days alter this plans and sit| --ciiiratuius prepared bY..rcbl- -
1l 1 date a tax deed on IK halt ot the state ot ll.I' toil Frank 1'. Mill.urn. 01 Columbia. S. C. !
PHYSICIAN SURGEON : runs and .spt'citlcations will lie on file on e
AND Florida to Jo: M. Uuxlbread. tor and to theBsidenee .
following.: described lands lying and being; and after October 7th, l' 'l, at Court House
Phone No41. I situate in < olumbia county. Horiila lo-wit: I in Lake City. Florida and at the architect
Headquarters at \\'ISE's Drugstore. All : The ne U of ne U of sec. 17 tp 3 r I otiire in Columbia. S. C.Payments .
messages lett here will be acres. Witness my bandana seal this 30tn I I are to be made from time to ,,1 bsl
promptly attended to. : day ot August laul. I time,,.as the work progresses In county warraut" I z Tom ston Monum nbl
I .) M. M. The date tiifsdld county warrantsare : s
LAKE CITY, F'I.OIILJ.1.tseA Clerk cir uitiourt.P. to become payable will IK- agreed upon .
l. by the contractor and County Commissionerson .1
the day of letting. ,
Each bidder w ill tile a rt'rtitied check on a ;
J. BECKS.CONTfiACTOR--,- well known of bank Columbia tor uwu.County. payable a' theTreasurer I! r Georgia, Vermont and Italian Harble

I it his bid is accepted he will enter into contract I
at once and tile acceptable bond in I,: Oraniu Monuments Headstones. Tablets. Statuary AUo Steel iniVrouchtIronlVnr.s
"rnf, BUILDER the sum tol IJuumtor the taitbtul \ Parties needing Marble work will find it to
___ theirinterest to .
.n anceot hicontract If he tails write us tor designs ana pricesValdosta All Work Csaraotred
IIt.rlurm-1 i
into contact within Httet-n (15 t
,--J ." forfeited as .
' ...LAKE I ayes caused by delay All bids to be bled I I Marble CompanyGEORGIA.
CITY. FLORIDA... I not later than I'!clock noon tit. 4tb. inn.
and will I..-ols-ned on that day in presence VALL OSTA. lymartl
FI i I The County Commissioners reserve the
I CALL ON ME BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KINO OF WORK. I 1. right to r..j..t any and all bids K T, BmtfUl. I .

Chairman County Commissioner-'
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VERMIFUCEIII C.0. Caught Got Got Cured.1i !Ioi 'i.I: Lake Eiig; Bottling

.... Ia Quanllty. &0.In Qua1JI,. ?:,
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For 20 Years sled lf\\'orm Remedies..( in r1'I '
BOLD -BY .Alai: 't1GrGrSTS. t t ,
Prepared by_ 41#. ,JAM S F. BALLARD, St. Louis Ii
Cure that w 6 Qt013LST
Sold by Geo. W. Price. Cage withH.G.C. FRUITS -DE.\LER IN1' -

? 6-- Cool Drinks, Fruits, Vc'geU-

and painless V'CUKE. .___..__.
Nashville & St. Louis \
Chattanooga RIJ. I to 3 days. Sill Druggist or bles, Tobaccos, Cin.lr5
AXEand )- Express prepaid. l 1
81,101517 ty:1IZ CIIU.u.IIJ;(7
; Western Atlantic R. R. .wUEUA)8.1.A.: Nuts, Raisins, Apples,
For sale l II 3 George \V. I'ru-c.

"Battlefields Line" h 1
i And Fine'TLRI.ItS .

Through sleepers to Chattanooga: Nashville, and St. Louis connecting in White Bronze :"
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union depots for Louisville, Cincinnatti, Chicago, Memphis j i ; AND UOTTLCBS OF
aid all points We. t and North-west. !
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C. E. HABJJAN,G. P. A., Atlanta,Ga. T. M. DoYLE, F. I'. A., Jackson, Fla. ,' i j
seltzer Cider,
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VC'M' |I I Geo. J. Davis 1
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} Best Insurance at reasonable rates. adju-tments. Old in business. / "'--.,-_ -.. -- h I R TJ 1lilrt1 ]1" \ rJ" .

Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Bloch ,:- :> ::.' c I o -.. : ,
; ? : l O The th.'riiumu'u'r Mill NIOU Uilimhini; to the t .
Chalker & Small Agts. ; mer brat mlrk."u will.Hm InwUuintr \"u ...,...1 ;;
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get along without tdatdwtuli hot
i i Are more t-ililuiipg than stone: Utterl'.ixt and You cdtl > r.1l.o" \ '"
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I I sa\e w,signs.laud writing prutsC. lor de-can TfTW B Yt; FLAME.,

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and Undertaker
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i'I pie lumiK and Tubulartll maki-r All > "j111( IIII-h '.
i Drs and Caskets always on hand at reasonable prices. Prompt O I prices reduced lung; t O
attention to CALLS Day or NigbL orders
4" Telegraphic promptly attended O
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Ceo. S. HacKer & Son .. ,t)

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i 0 You'll Have Better Meals end the Gook a Better Temper. |
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IU?,MOS and Wagons tor sale and Built to Ordi-r General Repair- dhlOllItllllS O prices lnelowts3ton-i.j 'lll1 111..1111 ?: Mn| ( }
a spt-iialu. All work puarantred. fai nase material for !sale also O ,

agent tor Marble. Monuments A. FISHER and Grave Stones.J. OO I I I Building- AXl Material.HARliESTON) i.I 1 i..I Tin-Rooling and Guttering! a SOBGialtU.

113-117 HAMILTON STK. LAKE CITY, FI.A. I S. C. p Z__ =_,J. D. STREETY.= --::-\

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