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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
October 18, 1901


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


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

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


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< aTUIS,Ertab. 1886 f i f.Si,1900 '" LAKE CITY FLA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1901. Vol. XXVII No. 49 .;

Ing Skin I' f
HIS GRAND ACHIEVEMENT. i skirt, well fitting silk waist, Irre- "Doctor," moaned the pqor woman } '-

'iij and nightcomplaint Following:; Is the list of the names proachable neckwear of muslin and "I'am in such pain.!* -

of thoee who of thirty persons drawn tox serve asI]r You[ never pose, tear but say.ot Dan'l Grace. I don't sup lace, and a capote trimmed with '. "I will soon relieve you madame" ', t t

lunate M to be afflicted |grand and petit jurors for the fall :I want to tell you there- ar* few u great as beads and violets, and with a well I replied: touched with such miser0 ).- a'
--- ir Salt Rheum-and out 1 term of circuit Kim to-day; adjusted veil on her very blonde hair :Mme. Benoits "We must have hot 4'1 -
court, Ot. 23, 1901: U* never held no offloes, but Just'twlzt..
too blonde it at
u suggested once V
do not water. a
ni cure. J T Jones, J C Leonard and you.
nY T M Witt, 0 G Russell' I Ain't this here fcoldln' office aomatalac some bleaching compound. "There it is. doctor." f i

aMif the trottble is in the W E Brown, J W Hatcher ; treat men seldom do? Aa much as my sight would allowme I prepared soothing potions and
No. Dan'l he
t that pare and this sealItfhing J I Carter, n W lIerlong, through thick Just farmed and thin-lt-4Ulud" ale** to judge her complexion was rosy 'with the help of the two good women ..

shin disease will
Jas H Sheppard, J R Herndon, t trouble with a grin; beautiful I ever saw. tient fell into a quiet aleep. ... .

L with an Itching on myk i J E Cook, M II Chambers,' H. didn't wUh to lean state no mlllloas.. but s.*ti I Evidently she was the daughter of I was boiling over with iodlgnatida rat

very disagreeable 111I C Whey, R L Wilt the other for she resembled her
proved t That. In my opinion. Du'l should be aunsbertd aa the thought of the heartless : a
ni fait rheum and bought a J S Harrell, :M F Lord resembles another with difference

with the great. one a .
low voice
aadi Sarsaparllla. In two days T H Martin, G A Douglass I daughter. In a not to .r
I felt better ana itr of 20 years. waken the "And her daughter '
taktua it H sleeper: -
Burrell never don
Wheeler, J J C'orum' no flgktln on Us lud or oa
hefun I was cured." Have W Willis.. S G Smith tile sea; And nearsighted also. ,- where ia she?" I asked of Mme.
a skit disease since Mas. N Waldron Willis I H. wasn't no Napoleon aor a Qraat. nor Only, instead of spectacles like her Benoit.
Point lid. Register ,
avCote yet a Le
A Brooks O A : ; mother, she wore under her veil verylight "Her daughter!" ahe answered.
Taylor, :No doubt this Pierpont Morgaa could of .
s fsSarsaparitla B P Pitts. C P Montague. skinned him in a uada. eyeglasses, hardly visible from dumfounded. "What daughter

: And as far as tddycattoa U .Mra*<, where I was.Decidedly "The one who lives with her. _
**d Pills \ The authorities Russian Poland'recently why I'm afraid coquetry was in the family "No lady lives her beside her; s

1 of all impurities and cure arrested a' Detroit poet be- That Dan'l.Iill't hardly what you'd sail as well aa short-aightednass.
A number one. ahe has no daughter. She is a single (
I cause his lines were not good enough. : Per he got his scboolln' mostly out be. II. woman."

And yet some people are disposed to Th ntath the shlnlu' sun; I soon had other proof of it. It was my turn to be astonished. '
the steel papers never bothered. over Daa'tUregg's ;
estimated that I I"st sneer at Russian justice.' > affairs! Once armed with my opera ....- "She Las no daughter?" I retorted 4.

te5OUOOOOi It wasn't Dat a great man had departed wileD htclust you can see I wj> getting greatly interested almost angrily. "Then do tell mr, V '

eprice. Take life as it comes, and make I the golden stairs. in my neighbors-I took a if you please, who is the person who

the most of all circumstances, but He never wrote no po ns, nor got up laventlons notion to watch her as she crossed goes out of this house every morning -

DEED NOTICE.. for a bad cough or cold, take Bal- : so the yard with a light, and graceful at a quarter to nine? I know it,
S that Henry John- i Tile world would move on swifter than tks ef my window being
tby given lard's step. course, opposite
-j ot tax certificate No. am, Horehound Syrup, the best good Lord mad It go;
Itayof AogBkt. A. U hear. bu :known remedy for quick relief and He couldn't preach a sermon nor Igspouad She had on a tailor-male cape .. -
kitt in my office, and has sure cure. Price, 25 and 50 cents. the law to you. gloves that seemed vary fresh; and Mme. Benoit looked at me for a
i for tai deed to Issue in ac- But he raised two boys, by golly, that wr '
Said certifcate (:. W. Price. her dress was held up carefully over minute, then laughed outright. r.
,w* tart em-j decent through and through! V
described ----- -- elegant petticoat and "But it la herself-there ia no
paving property Hs taught 'em to be honest, and h* taught an displayed I
amUa aw toner county of of Florida ne qr bounded to-wit Ia Citizens of the United States living : 'em to be true; dainty shoes; everything, e\en to her other."

i minima n by estate of Lan at Point Barrow Alaska receive II* taught'em to be manly, and that there's parasol, was in the best style. What could I do but laugh at my i
a to do!
Eyky B.r.Bay,a by railroad, sec. But 'how is it, I thought on that blinder and it all }
Tnue O east, screwed at Ue date of the tears wUh to state day that one never sees the mother 6hort11 htedneil?

certificate la the name ofi.'f lish this for the information of people ThaMn my opinion Dan'l should fo ...- and daughter together? "The faot i., monsieur," resumed a- ,
Caksa said certiUcateied who are bothered with the bill mered with the great Another struck 'V
according to Chicago Record-l1 rald. me. the good woman, "she makes up ao
Mw tbmoa on the litti diy ot collector. I IFor I "Why does the daughter leave all well that one can easily be deceived
A ltNi. ____
oactaf signature 1 the drudgery to the mother while by it. Still. she U neither as younr t
Staiof n.bluLa1 mosquito bites, bites or stings herself lies in bed? She i
September,A. she has to.lct'p I nor aa old aa you Kuppnsr. She is
"i JLM. SCAEBOROITCH.a i of insects, animals: reptiles, apply in the morning to make for b
S. Clerk circuit court.NIRTHY up just 50. However, at a dixUnce under -
Ballard's Snow Liniment. It counteracts MY TWO-NEIGHBORS her night's outing, aa she returns her veil-but she ia a brave wom-

SUCCESSOR. t the poison in the wound, only after twelve at night" I said to an, who honestly; earns her In in' V
subdues the inflammation and heals IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII myself half aloud in burst of Ia- '
my as she has always done. She ia catfc- ,
the flesh. Price 25 and 50 cents. G. ,
dignaticn. ier in a cafe, where she stays till
: 1is *tuba New Uader W-: Price.
i "Where does ahe go after her nice midnight. Naturally she has to keep t
lute Saa." WAS in rne. I was forking
Dick IT breakfast so finely attired?" I wenton. up a certain atyle. She U not seen
save trod to curd CATAURH by Croker is going to spend *lJ,- hard from early morning till late f
"Not to a workshop it is too of with her /raylodu
course, scanty
inhalers ana ;
fo 4en.acld gases at finishing medical studies.
000 more on his EnglL h estate. And night, my
efarsi.. Their powders dry uppebrauda + late. Wh re does ahe go while her behind the d(;ak. She would lose her
canning them tueed. i bridge much in need ofrepairs I had just moved into a modest lodg- "
Brooklyn so BOfif old mother slaves at home? place-and what then?
sad The powerful acids ing, situated on the fifth story, in I
too! I '
not loot
.u knows it sue aoea even _
tike tehatert have eatirely eaten the rear. Across the way, in another "Yea, I understand now-the wig :
she leaves.
her in when
acne mebtauea that Weir mak-
tmmti to cure, while pastes and You Know What You are Taking building, facing the same yard, a Etoriea of sequestration came backto the rouge. Anyhow she has a fine .>
easel read the dlaeaee. An old figure for a woman of SO""True
mine attracted
When take Grove's Tasteless window opposite my Still the mother
_I practitioner who h. a for you my memory.
I, indeed! Aud she ia ao good,
iBateaelme study and speclal- Chill Tonic because' the formula is attention. This window opened early does not seem to suffer I had to ac

_ntof Btntwhkh CATAUta when, has taitbfulI at last- plainly printed on every bottle bhow- in the morning, closed at a quar- knowledge. She worked cheerfully, so resigned-she has had so much

Mty relieve* at once. but per- I ing that it is simply iron and quininein ter to nine and opened again regularly humming snatches of song that I sorrow! Her hair turned suddenly e.

I ores" CATAUB by removing the a tasteless form. No cure no pay. between twelve and one at night. heard sometimes acro a-tbe gray 25 yeara ago when her intended I.
the discharges, and curing way. killed in railroad accident. I
[ 50 cents. wiis a )
IM. It is the only remedy I I I Who was the occupant of the i I notWd that she kept away from
i sdrtc tin actually reaches the -- I near-sighted and "Ah!" I exclaimed (thinkiair of the '
S room am very : the Will ow, coming near it only
I tthllefts-Tlu wonderful remedy UINCrYLKS A that there are :
the ARAJITKKU CASMTaail census reports cannot distinguish anything at a few when she had assured herself that no elegant mauve-colored dishabille, and .

1*sold at the extremely 1, MOW JMlar.eacb package coo-i' has. eye a little?"-(touching my forehead). T
be hoped the population One seated at table
itiad external medicine nut- i,I morning, my On the contrary, when the daughter "
Isuati'a treatment and ev- been more accurately counted. writing (with my eyeglasses, of opened it, returning,at night, she "Yea, it takes her at night when
to its perfect one.i -- 'I the shines. She imagine her ':
I course) I saw at the opposite win- leaned on the window in a fine mauve- I
the only perfect CATASRHv Stricken With Paralysis. i lover is coming back, and her
wat ass Is sow recognised a* dow an elderly woman armed with a colored deshabille, her beautiful arms opens I :tt
c*.i uMitlverure for that ant I Henderson Grimett, of this place, feather broom and a dusting cloth, bared to the elbows, watching the I window to watch for his return,-as s' -
flBK dlnease. it cures all stricken with partial paralysisand the carefully. She she did the very night he was killed." '
icily sad permanently and was cleaning moon, seeming plunged in a deep
IlslesfaUJ snick to relieve HAV completely list the use of one wore a clean, cheap calico wrapper, reverie. Then she closed the casement i "Her arms and hands are beautiful

,-eslala I e aria arm and aide. After beiiijr treatedby blue checked cotton ," I remarked, musingly.
tA" aepleetel often leads to'SlTL'VI and over it a large, and all was still.
LCS" will save youIttsnoordlnaryrenie an eminent physician for quite apron, with a bib. The rather III. "She is proud of them. They are f

stases I a while without relief, my wife recommended wide sleeves, turned up to fie elbow, awakened her glory, and ahe takes the greatest -
r trratoient which is putiUtttMfATARHa Chamberlain's Pain One night I was by re-
In fine, white arms; on her care of them. It waa what he ad- ;,
any displayed
bottles of petted| knocks at door.
III nwd aicordlocio direc- Balm, and after using two she had old kid gloves-an innocent mired the mokt in her" replied Mme.
bands "
palsy all paciaye. I>in'ti It he is almost entirely cured.-l.eo. Who is there? I a&ked. Antoine. "So she said when she told _
rises i tae it at once. and .rite full I MCDONALD, Man Logan county, coquetry. I thought to my- "It is I, Ume. An1o Ie." (Mme. "
of her life"All
i the
MUjo ur condition and you me story
W. Va. Se\'eralother very remarkable Antoine is concierge.) I openedthe
ladrke from the Uliwovfc belf.Still my
this was said the I
fc* remedy regarding I cures of partial paralysis have she seemed very alert goingto door. on landing. j.
slfasal teat to voubryoad theN been effected by the use of this liniment. and fro, in what I took for a left Mme. Ant sue promising to comeback
-sxrrn. "the "Uuarttoaayaddrewlii however "Mons. Jules, come quickly added the next! to '
Care." It ii most widely known, small kitchen. I day see my patient,
I rheumatism the good woman, all out of breath. I took 1 confess
the United as a cure for I examined her more closely. !"in whom must notwithstanding
Mrrreltitof One Dollar.I.DWIY and bruises. Sold by Geo. "What ia the matter? I her age-or rather on y
k lilLtS*tXM- Alas! her head covered a
"The lady across the yard on the of her and
DruirgUt. account
W. Price, age courageadecided
llarketbLPblladelpbla revealed Only too
scanty gray locks, fifth floor ia sick." I
I could very I interest.-N. 0. Times-Dem
-- well the ravages of years. I .
"Go for the district physician. I ocrat.
distinguish plainly the featurea ---
not "lime. Benoit went; he ia not at
of neighbor Was her face wrin- 'I WOULD HAVE COST HIM 1113
my home (Mme. Benoit is the con .
kled and faded? At a distance ahe V
cierge of the otter house.) LIFE.

VATJGH.DKAL.KU looked rather fresh and rosy. "Ah!" Oscar Bowman, Lebanon, K}'.,

I Still I muat not forget a detail; it "It is urgent air; the poor woman writes: "I have been using; Foley'a: t A t S
to be aa nearsighted -
INef that ahe KIn
is ia ao sick, screaming, writhingwith
Kidney Cure and take great pleasure f
than -
I if not more so myself
aa, aha she will die. '
Pork Sausage for she constantly wore spectaclea. pain says' I I I stating it gave me permanent care
[ : : Mme. Benoit who knows you, seeing lof kidney diseasevhicli certainly # a
I you pus every day. thought of you would have cost me my life." Take .

1Aai1 EverythIng Handled by a First-cla Butcher. I' The room cleaned my neighbor who are u good aa a doctor, and she i iI none but Foley's. G. W. Price. l' l fr
several things on a gas "
43. warmed up begs to come.
stove and went in another room car I "I will at once. Which of the
ftswalW-ice Parlor near the Mayor Van Wyck ways Tammany
Cream and Soda Water rying them on a large tray. : two ia sick?" I added, following her ,

Masonic Hall. auger Then precisely at a quarter to nine down-Btaira. I will win by 70,000. If he means dlI -, ...

another woman still young, from 30 "Which of the two?" repeated Mme. I liars, it is cheap enough. _

most came to close the I bewildered. I -. ." -
to J5 at Antoine entirely I )

-- Jj; kitchen window.i "Yes, the mother or the daughter?" I Extreme hot weather is a great ..

iJi f/j f/j I i This woman was correctly dressed, "But Mr. Jules, I do not know. tax upon the uTjeithe power of h.t- .
m .
E 1 even with a certain eleganceblack Mme. Benoit said: 'My lodger on bies: when puny and feeble they

m the filth floor.' She did not speak should be given a dose of White's f

m aker mF.and I about the mother." I 'ream Vermifuge. Price 25 cent

G. W. Price.
"I will see anyhow. I
Optician. m i ___ <
Mme. Benoit
was expecting me ans.I -

:t, m ioualy. "I lighted the gas again" !| No wine was served at the Rockefeller .!J

:" *a bear bualaeaa-and ,,e are doing ir'if A1way.1<'re.h.Al.ry's she remarked. "Monsieur the doctor wedding. And yet they were
'..sac eke best pert tottMt service. you and give you irn:.V: the Beat. will come up? I will accompanyhim. able to have real wine If they had

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cannot | wanted it.LIME.
< we do we wirriLt I
':11:' the doctor!" Such lit
l4 ledeoebetteranywheret If'! "Monsieur ...
p WTttlag we sell we guarantee and tle things please you, especially if .
'.J.=a- .\ ilrotect,us la your i jrchA.e ID evt W.j fERRY"S have Hot sheepskin! j;
=cry Vsy- a likes and In Quality. '"-II" you your
lU OiitkUn-Kclentlttc Dttln*of lUJ On entering the room I saw the

-/. Ut.kNII..I A1 goods tnPeriag ..WI.11', patient. It was the mother, sitting AND BRICK

._ .., Specialty sold everywhere. up in bed in her calico wrapper and
leel B+d Askant k"s. knitted shawl bent in two by the

P. T. RADFORD. .r.rinse t:a.,stnlur,Illl&U, violence of her suffering. '

55 f" 49. tti1 "And her daughter ia not here; I I B. $ON.

knew it would be to, the ungrateful

mm mm m mI cue," I thought. .


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t oodsmen "]fy daughter is anxious to see you Grirr., with one spring was across Choice Vegetab eS::! -r f fi

in our sitting-room" he sid.- hurriedly the room to the chair on which was .
eel any "doubts about him. besidesshe in a low tone. "I don't understand hanging Lis.belt. Instead of shootIng i always bring high 1 !
Know that in hard f was not that It and
spite n" work: ur the sure was a Q' it, but she, 'seems too anxious his man, as the Iputf'untvas I pric& I F
clear forest air the Ltood often becomes thing for s girl to marry a soldier
impure. The heavy fn4 served in,the who was liable to be shot almost any j!'questions : justified in doing, he. leaped after I To raise them -
lumber camps is' Vr"a great "extent responsible daYr'' just now. Bob, take the horse J'him and dealt him a blow on the ( success, Co
for this condition' of the and, lieutenant, you come with me." bead that stretched him unconscious j
blood which renders the body an' easy After that How Grimes came frequently f' The,rtnchman led the way into the : upon the floor, but not before the i| fully, a fertilizer con:. ;
to forms of disease. i considering that it was near- whicn revolver :
prey many sitting-room, was dully lighted desperado had caught up a r
l There is no better ly a hundred miles to his nearest with{ small hand He went it enough to
I a lamp. and turned accurately taining at l least'
blood purifier than 1 ranch, and the lieutenant came more hurriedly out, leaving the lieutenant send a bnlleU: into his assailant'sshoulder. 8" t [:

k r Dr. Pierce's Golden ,.,,, often, although his duties at the fort i in some suspense as .to what mightI When the family reached Potash
Medical Discovery should
were very exacting. follow. In tear minutes the door tied. be
i I a the parlor. Grimes was securely used. .
It '
lions, pimpIesVec-erbp- >_ (I( Dillie was quite diatraeted, and at leading ,to th: parlor opened and The soldier found a very capable J
the end of a year when How Grimes Dillie. with before, Crimea Our books ):inusL]
z e tu a i.-sctot uUrrheumatism -+.4 ++ .i a faltering step ape'peared -Bnrs ,and month mefiil y :
and I, lacked her to be hill"Wife', she was si- r Leaving the' door slightly ,, was taken to the penitentiary she all subjects relating to __ .:':

other diseases most beside herself trying to know ajar, she came by the lieutenant with- became his wife. j cropnibiag. They ut :-
caused impure her own mind. the: two I I i i -
by:an Fortunately, out speaking, but stopped as she sent free. jGERMAN
condition 'of young men had not met each other opened the outside door. She looked Gibbons says that sugar was first ,

the blood. It cures a t her house since the first day, and urnestlt'! and anxiously for a moment brought from Asia to Europe,A.D.625. i iI' uu Wow,
'and altogether I L t.
absolutely neither had ever mentioned the at the handsome soldier and I 93 Natuvl Sczeec
by cleansing young i "I bad long su Ijred from, inji: e.ii ,
other. then pointed toward the parlor leer York. _
the the poisons blood which from I How' Grimes was coming on the 1st door. I I j i tion," writes", C. A. LeD -i:;, Cedar j;
breed and feed disease ef May for his answer, and .he more Ai soon as she was gone he drew City, Mo. "Like others I tried many j I

she thought and wept over what she two revolvers from under his cloak preparation bat never found anything -

Accept no sub-, should say the more fixed became the and with one ready in each hand, advanced that did me good until I tw.kj:
stitute for the"Dis belief that she did not and could not to the parlor. Through the Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle }

covery." There is'Jl love him enough to be his wife. Her chink left open in the door he saw cured me. A friend who had suffered >

() other medicine father and mother were both furious that the end of the room at his right similarly I put on the ut-enf Ii.xtulDyspepsia
"juSt as good for
that she should let such a good was unoccupied. If the man was Care lie is gaining fast
tha blood. The VVa-thinstun
and will he able Star
soon to work. li of
"J1!\furev thlll1t chance for a husband go by. They there he must be near the left end. 'lk-j the
fore he u ed Kodol ( oiii ion that the
Dyspepsia e next time
you for advfesdg meto argued that chances did not prow as He flung the door back and cried: : Sir. Putt
take Dr. Purree indigestion had made him a total!
to shelve!
Golden 'MtdicatDi+. d thick as sand grass "Hands] up!" to the man at the table. wreck." A. It Wise. I. a man he will kj cart i

covery James," writes Murphy Mrs., of ,' But the eventful day had come and .. ul not to select so hi;h a sh.!{ j
Dillie heard the --- --- -- -- - -
I*o it*1 A, }>th"ntiiit rollicking laugh of -
fa. low a. -It 'ui cured me chronic scrofula How Grimes as he passed the plainsman's !For digestive weakness nerroaj.

uf dinrxhra torchyears'for twelve lltacwog'year. I I aul also ia bait guoJ chrome heilUlnow badinage with her father at Florida Experiment Station. ness, pains in the tide latideKr:

-better than I ever was in uiv Ufc,owing the stable just over the hilL Somehow liizincs, wakcfulnes., healacbeiod
to Dp. Pkrft'S Gulden Medical other
; Discovery I annoying
tool! Kvrral bottles,of tilt 'Uiacovery' before t< the laugh sounded like it menace costiveness accompaniment tl
I stupp
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical the window and saw her little pony G.V.inequaleJ. Price.remedy. Price lit) cents

Adviser, containing laoS pages, and over '> nipping the grass in the valley to- ,
700 iriustrauous, is sent flee on receiptof I! ward the road, and an impulse seized VETERINARY SCIENCE. -- -
faUrups to defray expense of mailing 1 The Duke of York smoke. djw
her to slip out to it with saddle and '
only. Send 21 cue-cent stamps for the I bridle that coat T-;> cents each. The British
.. and thus earn a respite till ---
book in paper cover, or 31 cents for the
book in cloth binding. Address Dr. R. | after dark from meeting the lover taipayei a right to complain

V. Pierce, Buffalo,>. Y. i concerning whom there had arisen ia Epithelioma contagiosum (Jkllill er.) at such useless" t x rava::aace.
her such -- n _.
so suddenly an unaccount- ,
-- -- all? areriion. (SYNONYMS: POULTRY PCX, SORT;-UE.\, W AnI'S.) When rim b ive no .1,> .etit', do

A few minutes later she was ga!- I BY CHARLES F. DAWSON M. D. D. V. S. not relish your fol jil feel dull
after eating knot.
; you may that "
: A COMMEfWji'BLE I lopingaway as if she were flying from need a (!o-e of Ch tuik-rlain; Stoa.-JOB _
aBE '' impending disaster. 'Just In all
outsid warm countries there prevails poultry disease ach and Liver Tablet
I'r.oej: ;!
r.i TR4YAL i of the valley containing her father's iI i which attacks cents. Similes fre-
?f> turkeys, pigeons aid gt't'lot the ; at G.V.. I
ns ranch
series of
I was a sand hills and, l'-ke's drug store.
..- Dr C.)f. Strnnt. ae with"n she reached! these, she Sung younger animals 'being mobt susceptible.' Thirf disnioe is ---.- I

.... -/I' ;or; herself from the horse upon the soft i quite common in the Gulf Spates and is If
'::" "'- ':':''<:''''<'' I : riieulmt of ascourge Scbley was as nervous durirj
'' ,,,.(rIV1
'" ''' "" ;:r.A.v" buffalo and herself
'I tluprfYDt,19Ut.byAuiLots8ytrd4alr." ) gave up to '!I i in Florida. It chanu terized<< "by the appearance of the battle of Santiago as some of tie

I The sun had just disappeared behind wart-like bodies, which form rpon the head eyelid, neck, witnesses assert it follows; that he

D lI.J.IE UWn grew: lib a solitary i the distant hills as she realized I Leak: and nostrils, where th< y attain their largest size.The occupied a million I of dane.r and
wild Cower inn wilderness. Herlather that she must return home and bravely that is more than tan: beaid of

gas a flack IlilU'goId seeker, I face her fate with the inevitable >e warts or tumors may, in mild cases remain localur Sam pron.
:_,..J .__ L 'h _u __ _
and failing in that Bogan>> to rais answer against this Her ur '
I man. pony ; luCy may ppifuu n> tut- iouiuvuuii'*, if' :'t ullu
horses in theedge of the Dakota Bad came at her call and she was about wings, the latter being particularly the casein pigeoi If you are troubled n.tb inodorous

Iau.U.Vhea the soldiers of FortMratti to mount when the measured thump I breath, heart burn tl.1tUlt'Il'l1r411'.

t ; Sad made the place couipara'ttrely cf a horse's hoofs brat upon her ears. I'! After one or two weeks development, the warts burst! and ache, acidity, pains after rams

.; safe, he sent for his wife and The next moment n familiar form appeared discharge fluid which is at first watery, 'but which later: .oss of appetite. pers-i-ti-'it: ./I' '*r.
four sons to join him. Dillie around the side of the hill and low -
was 'liecomes viscid:: yellow and malodorous. In mild choly, or spirits. \ m 't'tl i
tllt'rf too young to knorf much of Lieut. James rode up to her. cries tonic, a few doses of He. N' .1 "
.1 nents, and when she was; 16 there "What can you be doing here at this where the disease remains lo.-al, the warts dry up, form give you the recuperativi- t..e t I' n

Lad been little for her to remember hour" he asked, with earnest solief- Itutl. j crusts hich fall off, and the case ends in remove these: disorder1'r, -,- '.'
I,ut h-vrbcs, herders imd L1 ut. ... His toue went through her like j This cents. G. W. Price.
\ yet s.Levas far irony being unae- : a sword and she felt as if she would is the exception, however; the rule being

t'omplis'aed.She could lasso and cur I fall I!, but from the support of her res:.- "j that the bird dies of exhaustion, especially in thobe casts Probably the sincer.-t t r',> -.

horses out of the hr'rd equal to t hehe I l ins little horse. \iherethe: disease invades the mouth and nostrils.It paid to the lying quail,iu' 'J,.

." Ust of them; and she read all t "I-I can't tell you" she iUm- oriental is the fact t'.i: n-:.T' j!

mast popular ma '

airy were tv.'o or -three months old lie sprang from hia horse and came single\ case is suilicient to infect the whole premise- An ghanLtlnu not belio <.J .. J'' r
1st fore Lieut. James could get them up to her side."Perhaps infected fowl \beside
roosting another
It may cause the disease ter he was buried. -
ta her.Dillie. this
providential .
was past 13 when the Interest meeting" he said more gravely than in the latter by simple contact. Poultry-men state ---

of Lieut. James in her plainly passed he was accustomed to speak to her. that the disease rtults from the bites of in-wts. This is Thousands suffer mill:: t,,- '

1 l1 ; "Do remember words when j producing great del|.rt --io:. '- fumlshing a pretty girl with you my 1 j likely true to a certain extent but
; we further
iiia"n/.inr> nm! IKII:". S. The immediate; met you that time with How go a step indigestion, const i pat IM" : > :" ,'

the snrfarits the shock produced She shuddered and answered him be the agency through which the disease germ is inocu- liver, keep the boar-: .. "

on laeiit. James when he arrived oday n? i i almost inaudibly. | lated into ;.
i the fowl as is the case of the dissemination restore a healthful:
with a bundle of magazines andInrrks : "I am now in possession of proof !' of spirits. Price, 50 cent-. c .\ ''
tied to his saddle and foundlillie I, that he ia the leader of the gang of yellow-fever mlhaiu,1'l'xas fever, anthrax and! probably. "

at the lower end of the sanddraw i horse thirds which we have been try- other diseases ,.f man and animal It is stated hat lift'.I' v. J
eating buffalo Ll'rrit'sith How lug for a year to exterminate."
jnnies.! The lieutenant was a han,- He did not see how his word. "Sorehead"or "warts" is caused by a para&itic I are traveling with 'l I r. IK '. -

segue younitfan whose fine military; blanched her face, but he noticed that fungus belonging to the group known under the name D. Rockefeller Jr., t. t"

learn! ? added greatly to his appearance she straightened up and compressed BLASTOMYCETES. The moist favorable condition* for trip. After all, then, .. 1

but How Grimes was a rollick- her lips, as.if struggling with some outbreak an that the rich can ne i. -- |

lag westerner, born to the ways of I strong emotion. He attributed It to j of this disease are over-crowded poultry houses being alone on the nr:" .

the.pioneers, and he was said to have doubt. I in which excrement is allowed to accumulate, dampness of them.

a calf dozen ranches, each of them I "Vou know" he continued "that I I caused by leaky roofs bad drainage and wet -- 1Ioore's
with horses enough to make Elm an have never mentioned his name toIle j j seasons"' ; :\ Pilalei arti
for you for I could not do { it being most common in poultry hltcllt'dlnte. Hence
any of t so without I cure for all formof M 1 i
lilies of the plains. I resting suspicion on a man whom I at an important phase in its prevention is cleanliness and Chills and Fever. Sit.tin, '! \'
IWllie N ::an to Introduce the two i! jet"had'no means! of proving guilty. I perfection in the II '
I In poultry-house.' Excrement should! be lariat Fever' Biliw.-i
youhij men' w hen she saw a look in j the. last few days I have learned
removed dice, Oiliousne-. fct.
and the(
with the frequently floor
the lieutenant's face that froze the[ deepest! regret that he has sprinkled with lime. I tired, listless feelnr.-i '

words on her lips. I i I been a frequent visitor here, and .Leaky roofs should\ be repaired. Frequent purification of I Rheumatism and tlitloedog ,--I i
"\rl'ban' met before," he said sti since morning,: I have been following ,
the interior blood
I by white-washing is + |Hi-on! !I'" :
1}. "Perhaps !Mr. Crimes will reme a- i: his trail in this direction" I advisable. Old nest I malarial poi-omn- \ .

ber.the affair-at Ked Gap." :{ IHIly was dumb. She had been nn- should removed! and burned. The shehes and feeding i No Arsenic, Acidor I Ir -.i-

"Very well," replied How Grimes I I able to speak, bufIistt'ned with eyes j troughs also should l III' regarded with and t! ruin stomach tlr fret !
{ !
with I opened wide in a mental of i tasteless. Prkt'llt"+
as polite and expressive': a movement mace drenched. with I IM
scalding-hot water. The Ie. C. Moore :N
of the head and hand |I conflicting emotions. affected fowls Co.i' .in
as the
free and easy manners of the plain' i! "I have proofs that are enough for ;I ::-Iwultiutl longer -lay with the well\ ones, but should be '- I Street, St. Loui". M.I
lrice '
' pn<"cs"od. "(1M do? Tray near-I me aud the law, but you may need I confined, fed well.and treat'-d medicinally. druggistThe
'J\' his death j! more. If he is innocent he will not
pot that day for being Treatment ('oll-i.ts in the of I
use germicidal '
in bad company. I hav always wished resist arrest; if, he is guilty, he will ointments discovery of a >

for a chance, lieutenant, to thank I j risk death to escape. Will that be or solutions. applied directly: to the! warts. There gold ore has bee ri n. 1

you for giving mo the benefit! of the| j I convincing,: to your i I is a long; list of such agents to choose from, and one of I' Arizona. Evident\; \

t.,..Those. hllrllt'thil'\ did mo aorry She inclined her head in reply. I the follow should any earnest about securing h
i !{ : +; effective I
i "Then : Carl.olitnlte
there! will be gtycer-
trick a"nd I would like nothing a fight and ; this time.I .
letter than to pay them bncl. in their I I someone will be killed" she said aI-I itt tlf carliolicacid ; sulphate of copper, in 2 penvnt.snhit I I
most ,
own coin. ,Did yon ever find tie owner "There in gasps. : ion ; spirits of turpentine ; tincture of. iodine applied TV pica! South African "

"0 of, the yes'horse replied they the traded lieutenant me j fight, and are maybe only two a ways death,in can which be ,'j with camej's... hair brush, so as not fugal th+ iodine hito O. R. L1r.-oll. Hi I'.u: \ .
"he caught up with us about an hour j: !avoided. None of my comrades are theeves or lIo trilol. Creolin may also bn used. In employing days litrr.t'apr < .1.,11-: '
; likely to reach here before morning. i store typical of sn.un!
lifter you so cleverly departed aH f If I take him alone, I must com I this remedy, it is necessary to slice off the end which can be purl h.l--::

imagine it would have gone rather | on hint suddenly, nay for instance up- !'[ of the wart, and touch it with a drop of the from the! "II" f
1 aril with you if he had been able to i rPlne4ly :: anchor." Thit '
in r. -
f ud "I case you are talking to him, you daily for several days. Mr.. Jefferies of the | nine j
you. l leave the Horticultural J valley mile* tWill T %
room on some
excuse, and
Lieut. James turned! his horse abruptly I I < Departu.rntclaims! to ha\e used the : railway tat'on arul .t"" |
suddenly enter in letrultuulproduct i
place of you. I | five miles from the i.< ,' ,
and 1
went on to the house.M'hen I 1 would then get the drop on him. and axle-grease, with good results, in mild! cases. ;''Mr., Larson saj: "I 1 ,' ',
Dillie came in he was about to + if he innrtr l
i \A nt nn harm will KaI j: with the
custom of fui
III'> r- :
I ic ate roe tie! rot, aiinoupu it woui.j i I done anyone. 0; ii h-e- ;anything -- I! radius of thirty nnlf-, t" L-

1* nf'arl.midnij'hl before! he could I, to you when I arrive an hour after Tsi An is "said, to be headed toward STEPPED IXTO -- venom,i i nave supplied t ., i "< ..
arrive' thereand it had always been }, this, he will be an hour ahead of me IVkin, with the emperor followingat I' "When LIVE COALS. j;i remedies. Ait tt'stit tu t',: |J

uis custom to stay ovet'night. Plainly ., on his way to freedom. Let me help a child, I burned my foot in a household r.. .1 !1" '' ]
a distance. An
respectful is evidently "
something was very much wrong ;<': you mount your horse." frightfully, writes W. U. Lads, of vice is almost out of tin <

and Dillie had a good cry over her! (I i I In a moment both were in their sad- _the Dick Croker China. l I JonesvilUVa.., "which caused hoi- :j 1 j 1 Within one mile of .m I
first real! sorrow. Her mother sail iles. Lieut. James her tt rible leg sores for thirty population is perbap-: t' j
gave a parting years, but
j I within '
fine must expect such displays of 4 I,. salute, turned and spurred his 0.4,8> TO XIX: .
jealousy [n' men and that the good horse back on the trail around the gears thi the liad Yoe Nate ySBqtt me after everything else failed.1' solutely |
cured t
standing of How Grimes was too \\"dll 1|"- hill. Infallible for burnt, scalds, cuts Cough "Remedy. Tiliin nv ".1.. j jt

Tj-rified for her or her daughter ta :, An hour later Lieut. James rode up f i Geo.sores,W.bruises Price, mod.ta and; .:. pille Sold by'I!t;I a record." 1'urale h\' <<-t\-\ j]
to the door
and was met uy Dillie' Druggist. i

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Well the. cool weather has: coaie CC-.1J iI tj.f4 fi f.l"d LITTLE, BUT BE HAD GRIT. Blood. ..

,and we are Sorry for the swine.
: 'I
Mr. !I, 2. Uourson and \JU iUnner lU f F8Pfifger. i Apologized for His CmiateBilonal Of- I II :U '
: tease Then Called tie Big M..'. *Y 4
Douglas were qcietlj? married. at the U'y n/fffEJJOTtJflY I Matt la a Queer Way.The I II We live by our blood,and on

home if the triutra I
parents. :
\1 r
Jiat. C.oft Mefl: TfiSNT. it.Ve thrive or starve as
y aad ti't33 ,
Lillie! Dau'lja : I| quality of courage la not

s ttto tea top of year and Ja*. D. 1'eare and Mesa lu.u .::: I"". *. b ':-t i nodiged f.rrn 2of :Blood | strained.On the open car of a'; our blood is rich or poor.
r '
1 and v*y tics Uizen were the waiter.W ,rFv )n v24 (t>>-=::mpti n. The parent Clark street cable trash, the other j .
aed \\ uuthen -v. : '3. ten4 i-v (:th t:. Fill see ia the There is nothing else to live
the new,quick, a. happy and prosperous jv.ur- c.Lt'L... as J day there was a goodly gathering of |
w a -Dye on or by.Vhen.
smokers. there because
eofttlof ofafllna. hey through life. mssi:t.ngttse1jfn ; They were { .t'r

1 t liud Mr. U. A. Mole of AVinficld the f :m cJ *- olleu ( ., the company graciously permitted j strength is full and
or T1* was: iu pUs'icftkosthroit : tobacco this
taste : and 1 j, : ;.the burning of on *
c light and add. Dagen a day or two tbh xt ek. WI CiUrrS!:, 'i'eas ,...- ; breach "of its possessions. A good ; spirits high, :we_ are .being refreshed ,

I finis L adoieo other were. glad to see him, cuu;c agoiu eye, o"e fin sorest l'-.... '.4 '; t. many other passengers-most of then bone muscle and brain, ?h. '

about the bonus.pi4111 Mr. 3lole.Mr. and abcee, :t:1 of-,- -e'tentanac _
y dfrecUoas with ." r-- ', 1 men-were also seated there, not be- in body and mind, with continual

J. tV.Uatcher's xbite ,wellt'. :: pj.o.t cause they smoked, or even approved j
cotton .
gia.hery t. flow of rich blood.
;Tttde 67lUMUO t : ; :a of. I 1 t ,tt
z 4.wtywberI of but because there was
js smoking,
1 at ca n\'a:completed and Mr., The.: tizyaiantiate (?@ { This' is health.
for them in the closed I
.\0' no room part
John Giithrie of nOt 'ttnJ-i-Uf.rr: ;j..1t. ... : ,
Chattanooga .f ,
yY U watchiaaa. ".nn f.-ledi-tasedwelntisslnsly and they had nowhere else to sit, t When weak, in low spirits,

lit ia sone ca-t. {,ut i3 Is says the Culeago: RecordHerald.One .
roi .
< in
s: the
j A. W. Lord & (:,, it this place blool eni MX treat wiit tars.f' ..cor- of tlie smokers, a slight, nerv- no no spring, rest

sure gibes you the worth of youi able. oppcnl1tty.:: S. E. ti..curcitlisW:1St. ous-oocing little chap, struggled'; is not rest and sleep_ is not

cash.Mr.Em.c'3 21J and, dcslrucUvaud '::;c"' }'yr.".&T T'I''.':...... heroically with a pipe. Under ordinary : sleep, we are starved ;our bloodis iT-
i i ti4lit-: blood: r :d sitmtlatnb circumstances a pipe is no !
Pearc.e j
to Olubteeo.a
edIn.SatapnahVii iayiuoat.ur fae whole system. poor; there is little nutriment
for but
: a cat hunt but didn't have easy proposition any (
effort any .,I.aLPost.r''aL1i:. ::S'-txre.Xshvills.Tenn- in it.
rote: s hcrny-haivled son of soil to negotiate. '
luck. iGTrJ Cai yt "'":'>m*1'aa;:htrr fell and cut
vary proptrly're6kins. the her side 'f t'I... .ttis cutu.i; tie glazes, oa In the mouth of a man not I Back of the blood, is food, fib
11r. tne s:oilee si"I b.rl. '
K. Roberts: of Ouilfcrd: had Same: Co t tae Get some object in view at lla-jen; Don't IIlteud.i her a,,)-'.:L ay 1,-n<'" r.e dcrd ed a case of "smoking matches." y K

Goshen, Ind: know what it id, bat thins it id: tike to try.:- s. s.. .cd rev U4Ue;; (hired her eatireiy. acd a box of these may be used up i fails, take Scott's Emulsionof n'i: :

ttfiser+ never eye:!.. ,z- rules new zad pees in attempting to keep a pipe alight Cod Liver Oil It sets the

dike other pill and 1,make but : Mr. N. D. Dicks has got the p.Ucot 4. ... '.t -o '
oronghly ss. the body, poor laborer may turn his pipe upaka -

: ..1 Certain, thor- cotton to a solo, he gives a:> ujucfc:: ; tl;$\j and Ls a positive acid down or at a half hitch or a woman and child.If .

don't ba\' to ha'JIJl miles. Norman It overcomes al! forus cf blood poiso, smoke will roll out in an uninterrupted its agreeable taste will surprise you.
ale of affairs in South U whether ialieii'sd or aegsir i. and no volume. ] SCOTT& BOWNE, Chemists R
a dandy.
to-uiake' the Britatt remedy so thoroughly: sal effectively 409415 Pearl Street .New York.
: goldbrick"Bobs' Mr. W. T. Thomas of Olustce. i is cleanses the blood If you have SUIT When the winds blow it is especially S/ac. and $I.OD; an druggists.Mr. .
get difficult for the man who carri r
thinking of putting: up a biackswitshop h blood trouble, or your child has inherited -
a present of i' here In the future some blood taint, take S. S. S. atij get ,>3 a meerschaum instead of a clayto

a the, Itoers. near Hageu the blood in goal ccn.!ition and preventthe l.t-ep his pipe alight, and the winds t' Rjbt. late of

willtbcn be on a boom. disease doing further damage. wvre b->win; with goodly will Austra'ia, now of Eenson'aurst, N.

r rt sprained wrists, i PETER. Send for our free book and trite car through the spaces of the open earl I Y., has just been made a citizen of ; :
phy sicuns about )'ourca.--e. V.'c nakc no on this A sudden of
day. puff play-
t or cuts I -- -- ; the
kItdspraiu3 charge whatever for Jjedical advice. United State, notes a press dis
ful 7 >hyr caught a pinch of
] j
; Fkec.tau1 are quickly : The Count de Paregoric has war THE SWIFT SPECIFW: CO. ATUSIA. CX patch. Tie: only point worthy of
Bollard's Snow Oiutptlyapplied. ashes from the pipe of the little man i b''
Price, ried an American girl. Well, this i is and deposited them on the clothing i note aIJ mt this is that anybody shouU

something to start housckeepinj on,, of the next man a big chap, sour i I have considered it worth noting..
-- -- --- --- -- .
-- -- ---
at any rate, provided there is any "L.()!,bic" bars, the: faicajj oil ia- aril surly looking. j i To Cure a Cold In One Day
gcleanefuses to attend thing in a name.V. and declares "Oh. I beg your pardon, sir," the 1
; hebblo Democratic sector political bosi little sTno'-rr hastened to say, as he Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
--- .
tnt: he is being persecuted by the hurriedly brushed the ashes from the j jother's lets.: All druggists refund the money
; thinks it :
Ji_ s f Tidently \ T. Wesson, r.hols-inville, Va., Standard Oil company. If this is sleeve. I ifit fails to E. W. Crove'asignature }
: cure.
to of time. druggist writes: "Your One Minute
Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction. true, 11)11lot..}.} co well to tell his The sour man scowled filOrl"lOlv.I' is: on each box. 25c.

gatiywhere praise. One My customers say it is the friends goodbye at once "Well don't let it happen again" he I

Cure,for the, suffer- I best remedy for coughs, colds -- -- said.Quick I If this thing of kidnapping missionaries ; -

e4)nd the Jives of their and lung troubles." A. It. Wise. I; WHAT'S YOUR FACE: WORTH. as a flash the apologetic look and holding them for ransom

saved.', Strikes at the -- .- Sometimes a fortune, but never, iff"u died out of the face of the little man. keeps the heathen be able to

uble and draws out the I President lloosevelt's determination !hate a sallow complexion, a "Why," he demanded "what would up may
STbc ThiWretifa: favor- j.iuuiUccil look, moth patches and you do if it did happen again?" make a good thing out of our deter-

eT1-P.: Wise.tllflbeet' to appoint| only the best men U lotc::!) on the skin: alisigns of liver "I'd show you blank quick said mination to save their souls against

office has, very naturally, caused I mm!,! -. BJt Dr. King's New Life the other so fiercely that the conduc- their will.

;clearly; demonstrated some Republican newspapers U i Pills give clear! skin, rosy cheeks, tor trembled, and in clutching the -- _.. -- t'F

Htelj. > er will haTe to doubt his Uepublicanism.r rich cobfpi. xis: Only 1'5; cents; at rail to steady himself rang up an TOT CAUSES NIGHT ALARM
rlt-the-Boera besides Ceo \V. Price's drug xtra fare. "One night my brother's baby was
-- -- ..
if be hopes ----- The little man his taked with croup" writes Mrs. J. C.
to puffed on pipe
conquer Kodol Dyspepsia Core is not J I Defeated by American athletes on Snider, of Crittcndeu, Ky., "it
till he
had it in a healthy glow. Then
1 mere .tiroulall.t to tired nature. Ii, the land and by American sailors on i seemed it would strangle before we

;, affords the stomach cumplele an.t. the old John Hull has necessarily ivlipn the a..hE't'rt' well formed on I could get a doctor, so we gave it Dr.
til sea
+k EAr1x lasers never absolute rest by digesting the food; poor the top of the bowl he turned till he I King's! New Discovery, which. gave i

heyare'safe, prompt, you eat. You don't have to diet,, "g
| | elive in removing' all i in but can enjoy all the gixnt food yoi I.i pels American jockeys to get even. the entire collection into his I We always keep it in the houseto r3A
the want. Kodol Dysl.cp..h| cure instantly .' face. protect our children from croup :

ii$ to take. Never gripe relieves that distressed feeling A 'm nmTT.l'K.. The sour man changed his seat i and whooping cough. It cured me of s ;=

: R tYt3e.r after eating, giving you new lift' An attack was lately made oa C. -= =..- I a chronic bronchial trouble that no ?

1, and vigor. A. I:. '"j;'. Collier, of Cherokee, Iowa, that other remedy would relieve." Infallible
of the .Vise--- Not like them! They are withering I
wbal else comes you gave
--- nearly proved fatal. It came now. for coughs, coldj<, throat and

erurost men of family bill l'i through his kidneys.: His back ;got But something lingers of rememberedgrace lung troubles. yic and *>1. Trial
With a river and harbor an he could not without I hOllies free at Geo.Y.. Price's 4
thlse; Kith him in the1lebad'gettag so lame stooj '
an Isthmian canal bill already loom t great pain, nor :;it in a chair except A touch a tone-the beauty of your face. drug store. :
a. supply of of dark locks clustering o'er I __ __
..' ing up, it would seem that the cons' propped by cushion?. No remedy And waifs --- -- eTa:
tried Electric yuur brow. i Jlr. Rockefeller's church cs
'l'-aj b helped him until he Again :
session of ought to e
congress ya
ling Hitters which efffctcj such a won Tore Heaven, 'tis something In this worldof has dismissed its pastor. Sermon, ", :r-
impaired digestion able to raise a good deal of uinJ. derful change; that he- writes he strife J I' .'" t
the sinfulness of wealth
I Bwtare the most com- 1 feels like a new man. This marvelous To find this color coming from the clod! 0 i great are
medicine backache and To know there'ls one woman In this life con: id 'red equivalent to a resignation -
responsibleThed FREE P.LOOD cum cures breath of God. i '
Who knows a violet la the f
trouble! purities the blxd in that church.
\ listless, faggedout We recommend ttttaaie F.loui 1 I i kidney
builds health. O.ily 50c Who rare roses from dim vales of --- -----
and up your reaps
ates the summer a all MoaJ troiiblrasuch I
I Dalm (U. U. Ufor) :[ at Jou. \\". Price's drug; store. rest. Stops the Cough and \vorka off the
od"toeon "crof".1t"CtclDa
many people i as ulcers, eating sores. From all the terror of the world apart. i y
HI 1 cj constipation. It itching", pimpK--, And: while the red thorn bruises her dear 1 Cold.

# difestl.naid arott3normal i boils, carbuncles, bloyd! |>.,, ach: i After all, f<'iie allowance\ should breast Laxative I'romo-Quinine Tablets .

activity. Price ing bones, festering wires, cancer" le nude f->r these persistent ruaiors Hides It within cloisters of her heart.GI'e cold in No :
cure a one day cure, no I.
W. Price. IJlooi.I I
: caturb. rheumatism.! Botanic Ir sent out by the correspondents:: about me the violets and the lilies white; pay. Price 25 cents.
: --- j Balm cures all uialignaaf blood i ii caa't The Hilts, with their languor still and
Jerbilt, Astor and KclS i: skin diseases, especially advised flll i r King Edward's ; they deep! ., --
So William thinks of
eA it New York have no fold, deep-seated cases. It cure;:,s predict that his resignation; has been Give me the dews that make the daisies Emperor try-
fails. Heals ever and they must be doing white, ill! for the America's cup. Well, be
notes when all else asked for,
'in"exchange.. No. Give me the poppies that ar* fain of
all aches am will find it a little heavier to lift
I sore or pimple. Stops kiio.v.i 1
that something, you Sleep.
they marry pains by giving; a healthy blooU bupl than a beer stein.

Rv : .ly. Thoroughly tc"lrlfor\ oO; years. i ?? ? *** ._ JJ-T. Give me the dreams! And let ma think the -- -- -- a

jrcaedy I Thousands cured. All drug stores I THl t'.OnE GOLD: CURE. skies- from White's Cream Vermifuge is essentially it
blue darkening
t Arched In great or
Our reauer:
biliousness i-i $1 large little. .
per above. the child's tonii.. It improves
at GV.. lice's druIt -- will receive a trial treatment fre.e Treatment by which I In all their gloom-In all their mysteries-
i An Ingenious the and assimilation:
Uncalled Clhamberlain's { tlilLins: 21.1 Mitchel I digestion
Iliy; writing Dr. Hold no name dearer than tbe name of
Liver Tablets It gives :St.: Atlanta, G:&. He.cril.e trouM! ; Drunkards are being Cured daily: Love! of food, strengthening the nervous _

f and will prevent the at- and free medical advice given. in Spite of Themselves.O i system and restoring them to the '

u won as the first" In'ol.Lhe Medicine bent at once prepaid.: -*lI >t __ ; TCSKEGEE, ALA.,July 28,187S. health, vigor and elasticity of spirits .f

disease appears. : :\ \o\Jor.S 1">SKNO VVKAKEXIXli:i Dr. C. J. MOFFETT-My Dear Sir: natural to childhood. Price, l":;c.

4eau per |flux. Samples Secretary of State Hay has; bceiI n' OK THE .-.-'::.';t.I'W.iUXT' AND Justice to you demands that I should Geo. W.: Price.A .

I. long in coming to the view point o f I'll; i'1'E I.I.; -t lt'i'Hll'=:
i think that with Urea: t : excellent medicine, TEKTIIIXA. Toronto judge has decided that
after seeing the pnblic when dealing > It !.' now i;,'''..0111:: truirn a.d I:J ller..tu.Jt .I
gas at a church con- Britain concerning the canal; yei that uruti;:fn-.i-U a ad not creakitet Our little girl, just thirteen months divorces obtained in the United i -
... .V IM>.I\ ul""'.: nfiti lungs auJ iHrvescuinplcul I
''1 cJwlll next witness a the delay was; worth'whiL". \ >halt vcd i-v ix-nu.tti al or con old, has had much trouble teething. States are not valid in Canade. It

):rough I I istaut ISM-ot l.aoJ\ir.ttiaq nit sot. r''quirE!1 Every remedy was exhausted in the must be aw fully perplexing to people
the eye of a needle. alU.JuL..II'ah.." ..I IH ,.t-;;.il: I'I<{ am' .
eradu.ui'ithin.>ius. aud tivnis. tb_ way of prescriptions from family living so close to the border this: ,
i'it -.. :tSul'r. .tray Tins Jt
lpcTorestdale, ''t.. says: craviut.cure lT*.av'.vt'r : !> al l>." physiciansIler bowels continued I way to keep their marital relations
.tU>mUelely| cured of a HUMPHREYS'i .i: H'I ,'..: Itu,1.1\''''' hy Ili'u,
off blood and burning .1I
Czenu, by the use of dcriui'"ll ):?'U.i-: .' wiiVh iiasU-n;[ to pass pure straight.I ,
Witch Hazel Salve. lie- p.rt-tLed.ttttr lIlnl.I' ,.: t-hde .. uJJ fever Continued for days at a time. I I ,
Jtlatis. The faitiiiuu.ea. I
,vatau-itr lnt
counterfeits. It instantly anti ;. ,'cordinit dUw.M'iSOt tniwinder. Her life was almost despaired of. I i $ls to $18 a Wetk. -

es.' Ar :. Wise. lul disci'-.iJ r i i. i<...iti'-b foJtra'h'l\I t(1! determined
Hazel Oil > JPA'S-T no Her mother to try | salary for an intelligent man or w roan In
oli.tiaaic va.-- u
4 Witch cure the! m.iikr.' frur ion. ds'w'r tae mar TEETHIN'A, und in a day or two : e".Ichtown.. Permanent position. *> cents
.cancelled i lItr".1' : : r..r hour fur spare time. Manufecturir.Buxis.l'hiladelphia. .
his en- 1 vi-lous ir.til".i'.i.ilM v: nouiauds. u f there wa" great/ change-new life : o-l 161GUARANTEED

lift Spain and Italy In orlhvUDited -, TIlE TILE OIS'rII:\T.'i Urundn.nlint.. stibor. i.1Uious! and ujrlv'itVKsncuri > had returned-the bowels were reg- I __ ti

State Pad your IiI!'i \xns ('UlL.IHtl.x.cur ular, and, thanks to TKETHIXA, the 1
| eourt'.b1-tii-.:: ThisrmiedjL ; little babe is now doing well. Yours, -
Cow where the money '! Gives Relief I seaa n".lrum !i--it : a sticci2cl.iitui. : .9Mit( 11Jl
'i One Application ii: mi | etc.:: I). W. MclVEK,
fere Isn't.iiBtfer !! dUca- ,'!:!\. a.iU is :"' ki.nJly Ueitand : UKDElA
U itm ':-.-1 f n it I; t!.<.rf.JttiV: solu'.U Editor and Proprietor Tuskegee
: '' I
+ lIemorrhoIJ-E ICrnal I ia.l .K-asa.t t.- Lhe taste so nal.c.ln 1:e (Ala. ) News. i $5.000 DEPOSIT
I Piles or ....
: tin
"" La or c .e ,
from i:) a
do CII'
piles? If so 01 Kivu -- '
Itching '
Ileeding taking it. Tbou R. R. FARE PAID
Blind or of tlll'J'l'r"o
to ear ery for relief. DikU4l -.1 I or bternat, FlStulaa. Relief ins. rtnutIetke sj.n.t'l'rnnlarUs have cured themvlvc!s i New York might be more willing "

lve win cure more Burning Fissures and with this |1..1.-..., n'i+ l".Ill!! a- man. to ''turn the rascals out" if she only 200 FREE

ay and safely, saving you mediate-cure i certain. Scalds. Then rd.l::[ meet more tq have hn-i'.ii w.i-a cured-c.aii"aJ afld made.; i:.tem.sUfcdlij>*rat< knew what sort of rascals she would I. Scholarships Write quick to olfircl
'and danger of au opera a It cures Burns = rwndsaand relative without tneliknowf.d
.," i-jcollec-ur Ict. and btlwveUdy be turning in. CA.-ALA. BUSUjESSCOLL .Macon.Ca.
3 ? wwt19ulred : instant. Caked Beasts an(l t'-aUScv J:,.- ,ntUut-aUnaSIcgof thiiiowntnewiil -- -- j 1
q I cures Inflamed or Ki SOT W.UT. Uoiiott>edeludd '.
ol f:
a production and ui.-ieaJing "1mr r
1 InvaluaLle. l>y apt_ -att ni
cad rocks to safeguard a Sore Nipples. prutcntut Uritt out tbc' dn. tt CASTOR I
GOLjicUKis -
It cures Salt Rheum, Totters BSCW a.d I..T 11m". la-iSoMK HEADACHE j
ltTer lq Blgarla.Y ) 1 ll.luJs I M.II nit tae tf\i,rL'l.1l1y.loll.. I.ncl' v, (Ill'o
Eruptions Chapped Bunions Unitas.thu..i.i. i.tsth.u '.! iruhui every For Infants and Children.
or Nostrils. Corns. alrra'oju.uv *uvual than otn I I'j
Sore Lips b" !.
Sore and ChafeJ Feet Stink of insects, ..r,: >ti.i-jtn.n5-iSX eac.t ita'l..a1. pal SieU31 l.rtctvnia.L aJ: i.byakii.i.t .,c: The Kind You Have Always Bought
acct ut51)
\...-; >' ltd r..p. ;tedxits I .
lttS5SS-sz,f out ('xlr.ll'Har!; ... Sent; 'r.-"... I ;o an tar| Bears the ,\ I'
., r..l'Il't ol ime r..llhr.LI
vur.J on ;
'o **every boa ( the fwo'wQuinine Sold byDrugohts, 01 seal pre-jl3id receipt oPHUMPHREYS' "J JI of d(.1.1-- lctit. 1:11. rU\"l. IL SL JLQ 1'lillaltlthiK. Cv Signature of c9. 1 A. all at stares 25 Derv 2Ss.
MED. 1S;V :!.I land rt'Market
Ttbkui i I 61a., :\EU \;; I !U wrr{ ii-ua U-uc- \rllIy c"n :.kBtlal. 1
Ara i a cola lx time Uj (:or, WUlIaI8" Juha



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Established I jt
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i_ the Citizen-Reporter. j jI. | inPORTANT LAND DECZSE:N. r Literary Society." I Sunday Scaocl Convent ion. I I

I I : The residence of Mr. A. 13. Brown The Columbia di!nty Suulay i A FAMILYJJEMEDY i

L. DODD,' EDITOS AID] HWFilEIOK. A decision was rendered in the ras the place of meeting for the kbool Association held a very inter- J I

1. H. DODD,Laistant Editor. United States land office in Gainesville Young People's Literary Society on sting two days session at the Advent !! Pe-ru-na in Use In Thousaa4a tr4

Official Newspapers Columbia County and Fla., Monday, October 7, that Friday, the 4th inst. The regular Church in this city last Satar- i I| Homes.
the Tow of Laket.:1ty. Florida. ;1 may prove of interest to many people meetings will be held on Jay and Sunday. The program wa Mr. Burr M. Siena cl 4

Published every FrIday at Lake City. Fla. throughout Florida. It was in the the first Friday in each month. This ,I carried out as published some weeks Beach, L 1"0 Sew Your _
-Sooth ot Courthouse Square. contest cases of Joe jGtark vs. W. D. was the last of he weekly meetings ago, with two exceptions. One of the lUr..hmor..a How .1I'riteIr p eI ;

I JTtrtiiiig Eater F.rai.hed.poa Applicttioi. J. Wesson, and applies to the 20,000 neld by them and decidedly the most the places was filled by Rev. U. V. "U ewes m. pleasnrs 10 IeIUfJ It"1t.J:

Entered acres in the Arredondo grant, in Columbia successful one they have had in some Skipper.The I
in Late
City postoMce at. second
dabs county. In 1355 Martin L. time. There
matter. was a good attendanceof following delegates were enrolled -
Doby made cash entry of a half section members and, with Mt. Tabor
bubacrlption $1.00 Per Year. one exception, : Supt. W. J. J
i s which entry was cancelled in all tho having a part in the program Feagle, Misses Lillie and Emma a

FRIDAY, OCT. 18. 1901. 1891, because illegally allowed in the were on hand and prepared toall Feagle, Pearl Jones Ira Feagle and
: --- grant. All the lands have been covered their
Dart. Among the subjects. Carl Lamb. Frank Kitten Dethle-

OUR NEGLECTED CRAVES or nomesteaa entries, it is liscussed were: "Longfellow- ," by hem, Misses Ella Witt, Zclma Witt,

held by the decision that the Doby Rev F. Piston; "Evangeline," by Lula Legrone, and Croft Buck; Ellisville .

A word to the-city council: We entry was revived in the act of Con- Burnett II. Waugh; "The Magna- C. M. FarnelU J. B. ShelUy
I gress of May 25, 196! known as the charta \
by Harvey D. Waugh a humorous Barney Lake
want to call your attention to the ; Sheelej; City, Miss
dilapidated condition of the ceme- !I Cooper act, and that the land shouldbe selection by Alvin B. Brownr. Effie C. Ellis, Mrs. J. .V. Lavne, W.

tery., It id sadly in need of patented to Doby, his heirs and / ., detailing the exploits of "A Lee-- M. Ivcs, Miss Ruth Brown, Harold I IIres. G Zr _

It id enclosed by an old repairs.// ;assigns, and that all the homestead tie Tog, Phat sat down on von Loster's b :M. E. Church, Misses Bertha 1 -- 111l
I entries should be cancelled.
that an archaeologist would be Hon, Claw;" a humorous recitation, Hensley, May Brown. Pearl Price, ;

Revolutionary period. The interior I in favor of his client Music by J. H. Pixton; vocal solo by M. Good bread; Antioch, J S. Funk. I
;sets a precedent for other
is as ugly and uninviting as it could : cases Miss Dodie Small. Executive Committee: John E
i well be Such condition I which titles are similarly involved. This being the regular meeting for Wise Fred. II. Young' J. R Llt I
a should not I .h.. ..lo ...inn. n, nl" _, .L_ r .. ___'n._ '" hu3L.L n. ._. "_, [tit Y t+
CJllit. -- ULOU. U U"""" ", lue lUUOWlUgwere D. L. l'aut.OCi:, !JarOIJ1tt.. t'd
The Lake City is constructing more elected to be installed on the lowing officers : \
council could not have been \1 ere elected: Pres.,
aware of these facts or they wouM houses than at any time in its history first Friday in November: Herbert W. M. Ires: Vice-Pres. E. M. Go. d !I i L'f'
have remedied the matter to which I and, what is better, every store II. Small, Prest.; Francis P. Buie, bread; Sec., Miss LilLe; ; Feaglc; I

l we have referred. We are informed and every dwelling, if not occupied, Vice-President; Miss Beatrice In- Treas., Miss Ella Lejroiie. 1

that the Daughters of the Confederacy is spoken for. The same story reaches man, Secretary and Treasurer; Alvin The convention adjourned to meet:: j
us from Live Oak, Gainesville and Brown, Critic J. H. val ue of Penuu.ud I un IIIId It b 1
have been forced to take from ; Piston, Historian with Mt. Tabor Sunday School at a have few
Palatka. All of South Florida is on ; Whit. Helvenston found IUD be I most eiecUni _'
their scanty fund an amount necessary Marshal. date to be appointed. family "
an unprecedented, substantial and There remedy. For cold, eatonk
I were seven new members -- -- -
to have the soldiers' graves received ---- and similar ills, it ii
cleared of weeds and the rubbish apparently permanent boom. A cir I into the Society, making the Charlie Richardson, a negro burg HARRY M. 8TEVE S.1W1lJwed.

that is brought by every wind and cus and menagerie coming to townand total something over forty.A lar, was arrested Tuesday by Policemen John L. Burnett, Member of& !-,

rain. The ladies have marked witha pitching its tents is not more motion to adjourn was carried Futch and Eaton and locked i p Seventh AUUm DUtrttt,write:

beautiful monument the resting bustling and busy than the city of and a unanimous vote of thanks taken on the charge of stealing various and "I take pleasure in testifying ta ti

place of our fallen heroes. Are Jacksonville. The work of rebuild- to the host and hostess and the sundry portables from the commis menu of your Penuia. :Al the tutatfr

going to place upon them the ad we ing is going on day and night under I Society dispersed to meet at the sary of the East Coat Lumber Company Lion of a friend my wife cued it, ud ft

; ditional burden of protecting these electric arc lights. If Aladdin had home of Miss Lula Price next time. at Watertown. It seems that a Improved remarkable her condition generally. lib '
lived in this day and visited Jacksonville Richardson was hard for ,I remedy. I Cia tbmf&E
from tae tp moi.eand
graves of > recommend
ravages vandal ; Pjroiu u
t good, 'uUU
be -
would have thrown D.Y. P. u.
ism and neglect? The graves of away went around among our merchants 'I' tlal tunic, and s Ytr1lwd caUna
those veterans deserve better attetion h's lamp in utter mortification and The Baptist Young People's Union I to get the "dough" out of bu edy."
thon thU. Have we so soon for disgust.-ocala Banner was organized recently at the Baptist groceries and drygoods. Suspicions I Pi ran cure catarrh w&eitvw kcatod. ..
I _- church and has begun work were aroused and P rnoa U lot
gotten the sacrifices they made that un ouruilant i pxI a fats Bur at
we are ready to dishonor their New Brick-yard. der favorable auspices. The Uniou I I licemen nabbed him. Petty thefts : eJpcril&lent1&: U aa absolute ...'...1Itt
? now includes between thirty and for are being committed on all sides and I I j certainty. Penuia ha BO *uUmuu -
graves Mr. W. D. Brown is making arrangements ty names upon its roll of member I citizens would do well to look 11 their _I I no rivaU. Insist npoa hiving Perou.
Gentlemen, investigate this mat to I worldly effects. The If do
immediately install community is you not derive prompt lAd
and MQ+
ship the
ter. It is a duty incumbent upon us !>I the machinery for his new brickyard, young people have en i full of bad characters. I factory results from the use ull'trua.
I tered upon their duties with
the ---
above all others to beautify and keep I I I which will be situated about a mile energy --- write at once to Dr. Hartmu, givug a

I clean the abiding places of all that : west of town on the line of the Georgia and determination which presages an Due article of the October ma?; z'nes has: ;( fall statement of your CMS and kc erdl

is mortal of loved ones and friends, ( Southern & Florida Railroad. the building up of a strong and Moral Ideas in entitled P litics."The'' Use of f i be phased to give yon his valuable tJ>
I influential organization.The should! vie free.
and we hope that this appeal will not Mr. J. W. Bynuin is send its circulation
superintend manager to S .
following: officers have been ; Address Ilartinau,Pr+iJ"atU Tb
be in vain. i inff the erection of the HiiiMin rw :end A' .. _h "_.._._'.1.._. r.. .. vannah. R..riuan ".'an.. .:....."........ ......._.... .
"- cW. "'u. '''IUIIII, ;:, I --- '-"HIWIUIUoVo
we attach no blame to the council.J f will have charge of the plant.: One eIWJDnalker> I I

It has much to occupy its time and 1 : shed has already been built and workmen Vice-President, Miss fedora Small: II.I.
Secretary, Lillie
is no doubt partially, if not wholly,, are at present laying off the Pepper; Corresponding I .
Secretary, Burnett :
in ignorance of the conditions of: ground Waugh; I
which we have spoken. of the kiln.preparatory to the erection, Treasurer, Alvin Broun. I OF IMPORTANCE TO
Gen. William This is the second enterprise of this It has not been often i; Florida's I c

prominent figure Michael in the Ledwith, a nature which has been established i iistory, says the Tallahassee (''aptn Merchants who prosper now-a-days are those who bur .ir.r J

early historyand : : this community and is a valuable addition I .al, that the announcement of an engagement quantities anj place their goods within reai'hut dii, i _<'
development of Florida, died I poorest man in Columbia
to the industrial county be ,
strength of ;I of marriage has attracted may my lUstmiK n
Sunday evening at St. Luke'a Hospital -'the I city, employing a large force of I uch 3-bars Octagon soap 10e.
in Jacksonville. wide-spread and so much pleas- 1-package Toothpicks 5c. F
; He was bornin workmen and turning a flood of money jrable attention as will follow thee r 1-large Wash Basin lOc. 1-glass Syrup Pot tOe
Micanopy, Flat, the 12th day of ] into the '
arteries of 1-large Tin
trade. \ innouncement that Judge Milk Bucket lOc.
September, A. D., 1832. At the age I welcome this industry and wish forits "laney will Miss George P. The above prices are the I
lowest ..
of sixteen he entered Brown : marry Evelyn B. A ever offend in I 1. i i <
University owner the rich rewards that 'ameron Immeuc line 'f Crockery. Hardware
and j during the fali, probably in 'Jue..u"lIr.1rt"} i >*
graduated four I Groceries
years later j ways come from intelligent! effort Xoember. to select
The '
prominence and un- i .
with honors !
Here, Secretary of wipe combination of capital andlabor Jsual M. .WRICHT./ )
State John Hay was one of his class in the |lolularity| of both Judge llaney i E.pS53X .
development of an enterprise tool Miss Cameron
mates. Leaving college, he lend a genuine .
Greek, Latin and English taught which the present progressr mblic interest to this event, and it.rill ,I
one and
the yeain increasing prosperity of our city soon be one of the most notable J ''
city Providence
R. I. Fromthere. demands. .
.he went to Europe, and for I unctions of the season in Florida X ,
two Brick and CS
mortar, wood MI
and stone, .ociety. J
I ''''''
years taught English literature and 1 are transforming | ;
our once dilapidat- :
mathematics and traveled through ed houses into palatial homes and I Fruit! fruit: fruit: If you have any I' I Our Fall and { i
I Italy, Germany and France, and was imposing private and public strut to can remember Young's Drugstores

(In the way to egypt when the Civil 1 tures. Never has there been a time'' :heap.the place to buy your fruit jars | Winter Goods. {
war came on. Returning to Jacksonville when i # :
building material was in such I ttl ,
he i ,; place :
entered the Confederateservice demand and the company or indict i -- I f'j fabrics arr vej- and there are many nice things m I'-r- -

and was made aid-de-camp dual in position to supply that I ... ................. : I therefore that, we i}Mvite"ou will need between now and cool ". .i":.< : I'
tit General Rutledge Fininger, seeing; demand! in the home market will | are opening up. you and see the new good t.ut IIif' -
reap Three
tour years'active service in Virginia rich profits. I Papers a \WeekE j ",

c l'usehe ut and of service Tennessee.returned at Appomattox Being mustered COUI t-I li I!;i I Taylor-Scott. I I i I FOR ABOUT The f F i j; Keep Off The Earthweather rr !: ;

to Jacksonville i | PRICE! M as much as possible
OF ONE. : that keep much ,
i r II 4T *:! Il' 1
aid Last : er between
soon thereafter was married to I Monday afternoon, at 3.30; ,; you and Mother Earth auu can I

... Kiss Sarah Jeffreys of this city. o'clock, at the residence of Rev. J. ;i | This paper and the Atlanta F t !i f\if end carry, to It's the wisest in the begining and chl.t'tH"! I'".', 4'

hon after marriage. Ledwith located i! C. Tims, Mr. Clyde Taylor and Miss I a Twice..a'Week Journal for : TJ sizes, and buy styles your shoes here. School Shoes for to,. i. .:. i ,,

in Jacksonville and has since Bertha Elizabeth Scott, two of lake ti
raided there. There were five children 1 I City's popular young people, were ,I i $1.50 Ii In( fact call at the Big Store for tj' I
anything you
born of his marrsage, four o f' united in marriage, Rev. Tim ,,1IiI I want-new and '5
:: Here I up-to-date.
whom survive, as also Mrs. Ledwith : 'ciating. i : you get the news of F ,
who, with her children, excepting) I The event was the world and all your local F If'f '

Mrs. Hart, were at bis tide when I1 i I ranged there being very only quietly one atten-ar-I; ;,I news while it is fresh, paying Every f'if j ustt&t; J E. Inman & Co. ";
he breathed his last. The childrenare i .dant, Mr. E. n. Mobley. A short more than one F .
j '
Thomas A. Ledwitb, of Jacksonille i! I while after the ceremony the I 2 paper costs. Either paper it l- ., "" '.l ", "! '*' ''*-'*.''*-.*..'*..*..'*. V!
\ Mrs. II. young I' I well worth $1.00, but by : "" "', .., .., .. X "
; O. Hart, of Peoria, Ill: ,; couple left, via the Seaboard Air'I spa-
IJr K. H. Paul and William Led-II) I Line, for Garnet, Ga., where they : 5 ciul' arrangement we are enabled F .
vith, Jr. of ; mill make'their | to put in loth of thorn, () ():() ().<).().().< .( ,.
Watertown. The deceased i home. i iCljde ; r i LiZt/.1Y &' > ) .) () ().O.() ().().().(..c..,.e, ,., ,., ,., .
held as he is I giving three papers a week F #<.* IA .1.LilAilei:1aA..M: ," -a
_'_ many.. positions of trust 1.-- familiarly known I COf thitJ_ _low_ .nril'...._'_'. ,"Ion ....._ a .k 'A a :,.
III lUI: nOlle. tie st'rved under Gov. I ",is uurii aim reared mere ana : m n 4 0&'U- : ;
li' 4
Harrison Reed as brigadier-general j'': 'popular with the young people and !I and not equal this combination this anywhere is else the, :, e<,, watches Given Away. ;
: .
of the Florida State Troops. Her j :a general favorite. He is '
young best
1 : premium for those who : r was at time 'man of
one Sheriff of Duval steady habits and ,
Count admirable I FF I
y, also Assessor and character and in I : want a great paper and a : SI :
several times .whatever business \ home Take F : Beginning Oct.
City Councilman of Jacksonville. I or calling he may enter, his friends ; J you will paper.keep up these with and the : 54SI 1st to Dec. jist igci.i i J:j

He was made postmaster at Jacksonville and acquaintances will wish him ''j times. :

during the administration of I abui.dant success. j | Besides general news, the :;j si given away with every Suit of M..n':1;

President Arthur, and as such introduced The bride is the daughter of Mr. I Twico-a-Week Journal has !i

the carrier system for mail in I and Mrs. W. II. G. Scott and is admired much agricultural matter E I' ** Clothing, one Nickle Plated Watch j !

that city. He hell the office of Superintendent by a large circle of friends and ;I ;I and other articles of special : !

of Public Instruction'I acquaintances, w ho congratulate the ; : interest to farmers. It has :F 'I' guaranteed for one year. Prices on :all po
under Gov. fortunate !
Fleming. Gen. Ledworth' groom. i := regular contributions by Sam sia

was a writer of note and the author |! Cljde will resume charge of his := Jones, Mrs. W. II. Felton 5I : I merchandise guaranteed I'.
of father's .
several thrilling romances. 'I logging interests at Garnet 1 John Temple Graves, Hon. : I '!

The and menus to start at the bottom and : C.. II. Jordan and other distinguished : Yd f!
newspapers Senator Depew's
rough-hue his way to success. writers. "i

young bride-elect is not very The young people begin their wedded .r Oil at this office and !1cm !i M. L.
beautiful. But, then, Chauncey your f PLYM PION.A4 !
I with bright skies and under j" subscriptions for both papers. You C I t
himself, is a "peach," so what mat- favoring circumstances. can Bet,* ample copy of either faf DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.
ters It? May they I' here I OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
per on application.
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ISS H. A. RILEY_ I LIVER, KIDNEYS and BLOOD kept in good condition by using :. y u_

MM|arr"*t aDd no.t conpUU stock of Fall DR.
and Winter un "
(TT.buU rues and Plain to ante everyone tarty.jiitMcde y ,J LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP NiF

r Fuizings i of I m Description. 'I' Yes, Druggists .have it, 25 and 50 cents.

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DESIGNS FALL.AND WINTER Mr. C. H. Mathis and hite- ---- ---- -- -- s r'
HATS family returned Red
yellow and onion sets at The season has opened.with
I a rush!
ttlamed to order by cxperleneed milliners. to the
city Thursday from
South Carolina. I &Son's drugstore. at Mrs. Funk's. She will have no

C\j. rJLEY', WILSON BLOCK. "7" MUture-the greatest blood I time to devote to a special opening,

r I Mr. Arthur Wisenbaker returned purifier of the 20th century. Young's but to the ladies she says come r. e
to his home at Lake Park Drugstore. I .E.-
Monday I quickly or the choicest of choice fall

after spending several days in the I Pianos and organs repaired at millinery will be gone. o-4-2wk\
city;the guest of ;Mr. E. Brown. CalMr. Piano Co. Office at R. T. --- ,
'I Mrs. Annie W. Sweet II Radford's
rs Notes. Mrs. Walker and mother' William M. Porter, of Jack- jewelry store. If you want goods cheap or if you -

I Wednesday arrived in the city sonville, and Miss Pearl Mann were To produce a thorough alterative have chickens, eggs, turkeys or fat .t

puss. 7-12-tf Sweet has from Boston. Mrs. married at Ocala Monday. Miss I :effect the blood, kidney and liver pigs call at the Buckhorn Store. S z:
: taken
I charge of the pri- Mann attended,college in this city | must be thoroughly treated. "7"Mixture If you want to buy or swap horses, j a
Ji Young's DrugJi mary department at the public and has acts on all. Young's Drug- see Alex Sapp. '
school a large circle of friends and store.
? acquaintances here. II If you want fish or oysters, give _
t Witts & Son's drugeofWhiteSprings- There has been an increase of One years' subscription to the Kit Bostic your order. : ,
thirty-six in the attendance at the Ollie Kinnison was called to his I greatest ladies' fashion magazine, M. J. Svpp&So.vs. !

public school since school opened, home in Atlanta Thursday, by telegram I"DELINEATOR," for every purchase : j ;

I making It aggregate at present 290pupils. to attend the bedside of his : I of$l5 cash, beginning Oct. 1st Farmers, Attention. '#
the city.
i This is a good brother, Elma, who is reported to be I to Dec. 31st, 1901. Call for purchase We -.for
showing for are now ready to receive :
--; Is at St. Peters- Lake City. seriously ill. We hope the sick boy 4 cards at M. L. Plympton's- for ginning. We orders .,,,.
secured "
bU health. will speedily recover and that Ollie '! -
Marvin H. Mattox What want is the the services of }
has you right kind of Mr. W.
accepted a will be
able I
to in
(3T,Cone was in Jackson- position as clerk at the store of Q. ture, as he is near ;, I goods at the right kind of prices. T. Drew, who is recognized as one of '_
k ea official business j D. Staten & Co. Mr.:Mattox ill known general favorite. : ]i have them. The best goods at the I the best ginners in this section of ,' ii

'Armstead,of Alachua, all over the county and is deservedly We made notice several weeks ago ]lowest prices. After having priced the state mho will have charge of _

fUbsGossIe O'Qulnn. popular. He invites hill friends to of the successful meeting at the I elsewhere while in the city, call at the gin. Located near the F. C. & P. .1<.

call and see him. Baptist church, conducted by Pastor the Racket Store and be convinced. I freight depot and convenient to all

gtOY was the guest of Beginning Hubert. The church was crowded The old reliable E. G. Flowers, in customers-the Inman Ginnery. .- y
1st, to Dec. "
-- 31st
r Friday) and Satur- 1901, given on Sunday night, the 6th inst., I charge. C. GILBERT, Proprietor. :
_ with
f away every roil ofmen's I
k the last of the series
q services, and .
Welborn clothing, one nickel plated two more applied for membership : a.-. .-. .-. .-. .- _ ; 0i -";
Smithson,of ,
pf. watch, guaranteed for '
z data( la the city this Prices on all merchandise one year. who were baptised the following i t ; t
guaran- Sunday. The second c'
month of Brother ,
teed. At H. L. Plympton's.
irinas tree and E. A. Hubert's ministry cloned with again j
Sun- Messrs. Burwell & Freeman have of twenty-three new members i.
Springs, spent
f commenced work i I i I and the ;
.x.. at the college on, .! membership of his church is
the Foster Hall repairs and are erecting -''! more resolutely and hopefully unitf: '-
Millinery of the latest styles, [ '
.Clulie will be one of the foundations for Science Hall, ed' in the work of the Lord. ,

i U the Commercial which will be built directly South of Some smart Alex has circulated # andery Lowest Prices, also a I I iz

(the winter months. the laboratory. fronting Marlonstreet. the report over the county that ; new line of Art Goods at j 4

Ito call at the Racket farmers cannot vend their produceon
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wry1 best goods, the In the next three or four days the our streets without paying a city

: tad something to please Racket Store will be packed and I license tax. The report is so false : MRS. T. N. MILTON

- jammed full of new goods just fromthe i and foolish that it seems almost a .r:

efreturned from Tay- I northern markets. Do not fail I waste of time to give this space up # Monroe Block. Marlon St. t!,

day and left for Madif.toiold to call and get our prices before pur to a contradiction. Of course we cieyr lr' r4 4i .

court in that chasingelsewhere.. We can save are placing no restrictions on the i D r

you money. E. G. FLOWERS. trade with our wealth-producing ."''''''''''''''' '''''''''''''''''''II .
class. We the farmers -i
want to market -
The Sliver Sextet Glee Club has I -
b has purchased the --- ---
all their products here and we !
been organized from the best talentof
qtw. JLPennington, are glad of the opportunity to buy
the city and is arranging to puta
by their poultry, and garden truck.
eggs Y
4"C minstrel show upon the boards in
the near future. "Monk" Harrisonis The Monday Evening Club held avery NE V s.

I Edwards returned home manager of the company, which is interesting meeting at the res- \.:- ..:..;

lAsuburn,Ga., where a guarantee of its success. idence of Mr. E. Brown this week. ?

,.visiting her brother, With few exceptions, the I
program CARPETS.
[ Harry Laycock,who bas had charge was carried out. The evening was MATTING. i :,
3y of the mechanical work of the isle I
Leas pleasantly spent and it was quite
and children reehrt i TAPESTRY BRUSSELS
phone service for the past several | COTTON WARP
{ late when the guests took their de-
from Bender-
years, will leave on the first of the j SOc 75c 90c. $1. & $1.35. yd
LCj where they have been I parture. A novel feature will be in-1 25c, SOc & 35e per yard -
month to take a similar position at I
troduced.. the program for next
t summer. Miami. His place will be filled by an : J I INGRAINS
v. Monday night iu the form of a mock
Atei,one of our popular efficient telephone man from Atlan ; ALL STRAW
court. The court will be made up as : 25c, 40c & SOc per yard. P
tuat' home Saturday and ta.E. follows: T. C. Watts Judge; H. R. 15 c. 20 e. & 25c per yard

: a sis weeks' trip G. Flowers has just returned Henderson, State's Attorney; A. II. PORTIERES'

f-i]Florida. from the Northern markets, having Dodd, Defendant'lttorney; Vf.: G. ROLLER SHADES Special Prices
| lad to note that the at- purchased a full line of fall and .I Brown, Clerk. The jury will be im- '
Others tell : 10c, 25c. 35c & 50c. by the ROLL
fttbe college continues to winter goods. may yothat panelled from other members res-I
ieja number of stuttered goods have advanced in prices,''I ent. The culprit is O. M. Kinnison i

during the week. but he will tell you that they hafe'either and *ill be tried on the charge of I!

declined or remain the same. :1 i I I wilfully and maliciously \\itholding JflS. E. YOUNG '

k Jis, after spending No advance in prices with him. :j i I I information regarding a marriage, 'II blry >*e- ;
ln-the: city with his ''I COOci.s d\P i ;
from the Club The ned meeting
to Bushnell No little interest has been taken .. .. M \lat1
TuesrpUnaralinterebts.- M
in the announcement of Rev. T. S. will be held at the residence of Mrs. ,
Hubert, pastor of the Baptfet churchthat -I! A. Dodd.

I new residence of Mr. he will preach a special sermon ..

Ibe' completed in a to children and young people N are .requested All persons to settle who owe their me h tt

when U la it would next Sunday morning, the 20th. All accounts on or before the 1st I I

r through the state to the young people, and the old people, of January 191.) '. I positively carry '.........................Q -

;,, tot1Ym3 kfr. I too, for that matter, are earnestly over no accounts. M. L. PLYMPTON ; JUST ARRIVED AT t z
returned home last invited to attend. - '

t from a trip down thIn e *. Veterans E. A. Perry Camp, No. j I THE DOLLAR BAZAAR :=

company with Mr. 150, attention! We are requested to : !
.,,Mr. Birley returned I announce to you that the Presidentof ATTEND THE i A NEW LOT OP OUR WELL KNOWN

J the Stonewall Chapter, U. D. C., tl
Opening Display Shoes for ?O-
OOSer, ft Gillen have Mrs. C. A. Finley, is ready to furnish I $ .

1as office into a room crosses of honor to all those who, WINTER MILLINERY E : ALL AS SOLID AS LEATHER CAN MAKE THEM. -

of the Bacon built have made application for them. !i Bed Comforts Blankets Sheets and Pillow Cases at prices below anybody.
,. kerafter either send or call arour d >
; tei, be more con and You getrthem can when you are in town. AT DI P.S. T. N. MILTON'S. I See our Ladies Dress Skirts for only $ I.oo 8 r1

they are beauties. Boys Clothing a Specialty. We know we can save you
ask subscribers Give us a calL .
one of the emertotrn We will have to our I II i > money -
was caught in to bear with us this week as we I Friday and Saturday, ': f YOUKS TO PLEASE, r

- Drat the East Coast have tot been able to give the ullualamount LAKE CITY FLA. H. F. URIE. z

and islj.quite badly hurt, of our reduced of reading office matter force.on We account were I I Oct 25tfr; and 26th. ,II. ................... ...11))

' unexpectedly deprived I.I I.- .
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** Casey and Jim Pore of a printer this week and i -- ( )!()!()!()!( )"( )"()"( tl )!( )..().()+.(,.!<)!()+()+(>,. \
night for Atlanta, another.In '. '. '
hire "
able to
)rill h aye not Deafness Cannot be Cured P .
In (
the horse bar and
fact he got stranded on a I by local application,as they cannot reach -
-- purchases for their for repair Ihedl a."d portion of Ole oar. There U
testa. had to be lightered out by only constitutional one way to cure remedies.deafness l and>eafne.that... buUlC.'d h 1 What do You Eat? r' "
felt ,
nev. J. C. Kendrick has been reelected by an inflamed condition of the i .
ton cordially invites of the Second Advent mucous lining ot the eustacaiau Tube. 81: Did You Ever Stop to Think of That? 1 -
pastor have
infUnn.d a
Lake When this lube gets you :
City and vicinity Re Y. ,and '! M
church for the ensuing year. sound or Imperfect hearing I
or on Friday and Sat of this i mneiltb entirely closed deaf ndss Is re- i ,t Do you know that the markets are Hooded with adaltrr- .' {
Kendrick has been pastor suit and unless the inflammation can be i I n)1 ated goods of all kinds and that you are liable to eat .+
f and 26th, to see her since August, 1899, and taken out and this tube restored to Iu nor- I ti 21 % It) shags you would not like it you.are not carttul about
tot em denomination mal condition, hearing will be destroyedin "' you buy*
/ iT* flats. o8B his reelection attests the esteem forever. Nine case out of ten are caused lo be sure of getting all She Purest and Best Groceries 13H .l
by catarrh, which U nothing but an inflamed A we buy only brands that are guaranteed to be pure. We '
& MfFoot Company" which he i< held. On next Sundayevening I! conditnw of the mucous surf acest ,, buy them from reputable houses and we can "" ,i
address the peopleby we will give one hundred dollars for any t. customers that every article bought ot us shall be pure
opera house Tuesday he will i case ot deafness (caused by catarrh) that L and holesome. c:
audience. We did request, on "The Seven Sealed Send cannot lor be circulars cured by tree.F. halls. Catarrh Cure. f4 ., ree deliteryof goods to all parts of tie city. K

.. clear that it was Books of Revelation." Services will J.Cuss, i S Co..Tolydo.Q !1 \ DRY GOODS, NOTIONS HATS, SHOES, fei S

-a Phrase of the street.Wednesday begin promptly at 7 o'clock. Everybody 1J Sold:all's by l'amt'j druggt-t.'i Pulls sc.are the besL M

hleft IlIlnitell. .
to ---- -- -
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o with a drug firm at vas' '. vr =a.. CAR
kmd lay N1N GypressShinfllesW.P.SHEPPARD.+LOAU+ Dealer in General Merchandise. fV
ve7 ii a sober, capa- Bwey s.>t. -.1Ni&f/ +LOTS.+ k

Young s i new man employers and will I por sa..pv **** **W W W W b.1 .. .

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t tsa Esaia Goldinan Still feels reroute- i ." "'--" "" _=''<'''''' :.J'b ''' ._ ..-.... :\._ i

i ful toward the. public. She threatens i, L.'YlxaX FOR 19j1 e'Y ;.

to write for the magazines.. (I Belt ordained by the Mayor ai.d : r
up 1 1In Lake City. -
-- I i Aldermen of the l'ltj'of ;

{ The excitement incident to traveling : Florida.
Sex' i:!'* 1 The city of Late fitr.
and change of food and water of- z
of thirleen -
i FltiriJ.1, hersb.'levies a tax -
bed ten brings on diarrhoea; and for this ; mills: upon each dollar of valuation -

reason no one should leave home of property wilhia its corporate .

without a bottle of Chanibtrlaiirs ( i limits: .subject to taxation on the

I Colic, Cholera and Diarrlwa Ilcmtly. I first lay ,>f January, it. D. 1001, !sjcti .
When it becomes necessary to I For .:- yGco. \\ Price, taxes to assessed and collected in l\ii ".

Dru gist. the manner no./ provided l>v law.Svc .
sit up in bed to get your breath; I -- --- 2. Tbat three and a half The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beet

when the least exertion such as It ia real low down in the Boers to mills of the tax shall be collected in in uso for over 30 years, has borne the signature fit :

make the British feel them while cash tor the payment of bonds and "
and has been '
sweeping singing under : -
walking, interest. Five'niills Shall be collected his pa : =

talkir.g or going up and down they keep the war going. for general purposes and three C rfffiiZjfc, sonal supers ision since itg Wanly 1 f

stairs! causes shortness of i --- and three-fourths :alM! shall he collected &. Allow no one to deceive yon in this a 1:

for water and iij-ht, purixwes All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" ,!
are but
breath fluttering or palpitation : the antI of mill for :
; Plump chcc'cs Hushed with ; three-quarters a
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health "
then it is time to do something soft glow of health. and a pure con.- :street improvement purposes. j!; tf x
I( Pass- by CtJlwdl"I.t.. 16, 1901. Infants and Children-Experience against: Experiment.1

to brace up and strengthenyour rlesion make all women beautiful Attest: \V. M. Ins, ; K g.
: Take Dr.Miles' llerbine imparts strength and vital [SKAL ] Clerk.: 1

faUing heart. ftf to the system, and the rosy hue Approved Sep 13ih: litl.l : What IB CASTORIA : I'

Heart Cure. It is best of health to the cheeks. Price 50 -\ 1'. COXF, Mayor. '

of all. 'cents. G. W. Price. I -. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare.

.- --- TAX DEED 110"f lt'E. goric Drops and Soothing It Is 1
I"I had of heart -- --------- Syrups. Pleasant. It
palpitation Notice Is hereby ptven that M. S. Knig H
my loft side became enforced! NOTICE FOP. PUBLICATION purchaser ul TaxtVrtiKrales No. 1JI aij contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

i and 1 could! not sleep) at nijht.! Department of tie Interior. 17., dated the lath day ul Au\;41st. A. t). 11 substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

Had to sit up In bed and often Land wince at Uaiutsv illc. Fla.. I las tiled said cei iihVitti ii my offlcaiM. and allays Fcvcrislmess. It cures Diarrhoea
September 16. l'.U i has: made api>icatioi; for tax d"'dlo issui and Wind )
tvllk! the f.oor to Vet my breath. accordance with law. SaiJ certicate! -
Notice N hereby \'eutbal the oilowing : Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand
Allot these troubles were cured uamed saltier has tiled notice ut his intention braces the lollowiCRdescrilsed J rule rty +i-
by lir. Miles' ll?art Cure." to make final prout in support of his jau-d in Columbia Bounty. 'Illcitl.. to-vut- Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
claim. and That saiJ proof will be made b- lies ": sr'1 ....c. JU. tp. :. range; I:. and swii 01.W
DI as. E. V. Trass Stomach and Bowels gidnghealthy and
torc clerk circuit court at Lake City. Ha.. < sec. ::t.tii. range 17. and III"', and nc natural deep
Jit Carroll Ills. on Octoln-r Sfl. I1-. !, \'i1.: William Muses liaii- 'r.r sw1, stc.1.. tp. J. ranj-e 17 south anti : ast The Children's Imacca-The Mother's Friend.
I I3i. riHk.ot lase Clty. ria.. b<1. i4.'.ii for these The ..ah1I:1n me issuance ot such i ei titicaie in the name
ot 3J. 3s. 17
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jr ->w qr sec. 1)1.
Mites'Heart Ho the it to 'tt o --ntr"unfcno." I'nlev, said c..iilicale -
names following v. nesses prmehis
shall be ttII\'I'I" accurdiug tll Saw.lac GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
continuous resiUeoce ujiou and cultivation .
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ot .atd lanJ. TZ: K. 1-1 IVarrv,ol Lulu. d..11'illl .u" t'lcreou the .day
Ila..,U. H. Coii. J: O. Evans and J.l.'. IlarrJ.of il November. A. U. 1311.1Vitncssutyo.ctalstuatueandsr.
Cure .al this Bears the of
Lake City. Signature
F7.t.v.G. TOIlJilSOP.'gi..ter.. the I4lli day ot OctoU-r. A. i). 1jol.M. I
M. carb.iroush. Clerk.
[[Seal] Circuit: Court Columbiat'o. J 1.1. '
stimulates the digestion, increases .

the circulation and. TAX DEED NOTICE. ;' TAX hEEl: ) NOTICE. i
that K. V. Frown.
makes weak hearts strong. the punluser ot Tax cvniiicat" No. 61. Notice is hereby given that (' \\'. Con: the
dated the 'itb day ot August, A. U. 1NW. has |>urcha.serot Tax Ci-Hiiicatc: ill?, dalt-d
Sold by druggists on guarantee.Dr. tiled saiii rtiilcate in my office. and himadeapiilicatiou : -> the Tlh day o! .\| ril. A. 1) t"l(1. has tiled saidcrrtitirale ,
lor tax deed to issue ia in my otilce. and has made 511114cation
Miles Medical Co. Elkhart Icd. arcurdaurewith law. Said ccrtiuealerni'uraces lor tax deed to i.--.u la aci odaiicelowing
Ihf lolluuint destrllied property w lib I.lw. Solid c renovate. t'mlJral't" the 111.-' The Kind} You Have Always Bought
situated in Columbia county. I-Iolld.i. tn- ; ilehcrilu'd! piojurty situated in ( "
w.t NHof ne ** ut !>;c.jc: tp. 3 south luml.i.lculllltt'I"lid.t.lo"lt' : sw'joisu',
r inge \IIt< sixteen east containing NII) eighty A tjk 1, n..rll.1 rate e 17. east.-In .'
NEWEST SEAPORT. Taesaidlanil being a.ssf.ssrd at tre lores. The said land being as-v--eJat. the !8n Use For Over 30 Years
IItt"t: tbe Issuance ol such ccruttcaie iainename lalcot the i.viuaucv su !i t el tifi 'atr in
ot ')'. li. L. "oIu btrey. Cnltss the name ol "SCnI r "uiiknowi! Cults .
said certificate shall redeemed a rot-d- aid cerliticatest'all }>e rriieenied 'oriiig:
A Line of Stam hliH ,
lo nUB Direct _;::-3i03t J'"" :CX'!-=-
lag tn law, tax deed will issue thereon l14l.1w tax dead with-sue tiieii'on on t:
from CblexKu lu Literpuul and the fill d1ot November. A. U. 1M1.Witness" lath day ol Nuv.'mhe'r. \. l>. li.l
Euroueau .'..r.... i my official signature and seal Witness my "m.I.l1 siguatureJnd seal tiiis ,
this thrtth nctolier. A. U the Path day of I h tober. A. I). f "t.
.' M. M. .-. GCIruoeG r. M M. Seal boron :11. I'lrrc ...
[iSealj Circuit Court ot Cohicil.-ia Co Kl.i. -- ._
On one of the u-ry last days of Clerk t.Lt. Circuit' Court. Columbia County. Flor- .: -

the nineteenth ccntnry, says U" 1) -
Ilulhrrt in .Frank Leslie's Popular NOTICK FOK )
1JANKUU1TCV NOTICE. --- OE - Monthly, the steamer Northwesternwas the lattTior. :r--
Land Olliic at Claim-i-uHi-. Kla.. i
launched in the Calumet river- t:. S. District Court. i I' Set>lfDllKT SilD. I .'t. fXutU'e I' 35

the first steamer ever built in Chicago Southern District of Floridxi" hereby given tiiat tI.Idhwin!: :'I' "Tho r! =1 sgt) Id" -f'tOj./fit
In lie named settler has tiled notice ot her intcn"ion I t
for sertiee on s.lItatl'r...Three 1) K. Whetstone. Bankrupt. In the matter : to mate anal |>rooi in suiijmrt <>t bt i .t: : U "
other vessels exactly like her are now ot Ix, titian tor final dl+charge. luun. and Ibat.i'lln..r will IK- made IK-- I I
On this anil day ot August X U. luul. oa lorcilrrki-ircuiii-nuttat Lake ('it\. Flo. 1 I KEFECTcurasTai.:7XDQSHr7KFavoir.';. HEAL' f- *" > \
ou the stocks in the same'sliipyarJ.s.anil reading': the foregoing! petition it is ordertd ..ii IK-tolk-r 141 h. I'til. t iz: Clariss.i Tioma\. I r.r..r..iJivj, tier.: ".'j'---. -rl-.. r..1. i
all of tht'JIIt ill lie completed before by the court that a hearing e bad Upon the ot Lake Citv. l-'la ltd l J"rt j tot the sw qr .>) i I
same on the Ttb day ut Nuvt-mlx-i. A. U. I'M. iw ijr ".... :1!. ti'. 3 %.. r. 17 e.Mie I I Write /i.'C'z.i.- t. -<.!,;,:. c- ; J
this article appears in print. Iw'tore said court, at Jacksonville in saiddistract. names tbf lollonui); wiincssi-s to I C.: '. .'.'; '. .-;. I
They are not at 10 clICk iu the lorenoon. and her iiiiitiiiuiius '
remarkably large boats [irove u>iil< > n I.l|'HIli and
I about L'tiO feet in that notice thereof lie published in THECITI.KN (cultivation sud l.tnd. u i''.. \ ,. shepI.ird.J.11.CtlLas. | i I INVESTIGATE I
length and of
KKPoKTK1- r.e''sl'al't'r primed in \. U llrowii and:.'I- I I
::,000 tons burden-but they are thetamest said districted. and that all known creditors 'it U..rall set l..k.inrla.. -
and they jwrsons in interest may aj>- \\'. t.. Its ii.' .,5. Kifistir1AXKRUPT'Y 11
that can IKused in the serv- jearal the said time and place and showlaasc. v ,
it... for which; they were designedthat if any Lucy have why the troly..r..1 ?>' :> h
the :aid I .-tili..o"r should not lie granted.And ': 1.fjJIIjiff R1J r.j
of regularly N1)TK K.U. fnZ ,
plying between Chicago it I., further ordered by the court that ir j1tz
and European ports, reaching the clerk shall send by mail to all known S. District Court. i .;\ Wli/.i1 e 'i \ 'tJld J >AlI
creditors notice ot said'petition and this order i-oulh-in Ul..trh'I..1 l-'ii,: Id.l. is" >..E'f';;;.. ;
the ocean by of the \Velland and.t. :<< It ,,
way addressed to them at their places itresidence in K.Sverrtte .- .. : r.r'\'l' '' '' ,
y 4 ... 'i. :,
;niUOJ ', "
It. "t '
Lawrence a':ltl.Ih. The scheme has as stated.Witness W. In in\'o laukru;>t In toe in.u- t ::; '" 4
attracted a pooddeal of attention the lion. JamesV.. LocLe. Judge tar ol 1et,Lp.l for tiildK. hai-m-. 1 i' DNS:: ; .... .I.. it i '.''' '- fr. 1r 'dOj7 lue. H.-/[ ::
of the said court and the seal thereof at On this liiiti day ol tVii-ln-i. A l I. lao ..n t '" G' l' y I
I 1-rcause of obstacles and difficulties Jacksonville. iu said district on the :*Hi reading the to! e-I'uftig jtition.. it is ,.r.|. 1 1 u, ,t 1; 'ti'a1" lItZllfl fuel ,
which the htt'alllt'rstill have to day ut August A. I). I'Ji'l. by th..t..url.lhata ht-ailni IM- hal u,., n Uuiatnc ;bke G/tJd IId7.c',n I' 'r! I
encounter |ISeali| JADES w. Lu(-ilE. Judge.A .. .*r J 1 \ l'
_ and which I shall attejiipt true c.y'y. Attest; K. O. Lot ke. Cletk.HANKUUPTCY Hlorisaid Cool I at J.t 1.iti.i. in ['''j] tt r" J
to describe! ; but the officers of theAorthweMern aWS.c .... ,listritt.. at o'clock iutmluu n. .HI. ai,;,! '. .' -"- -- -- I ,
that n -tice tb--r.-o 1Kjm li-'n.: 'I 7 HI.t ; :- -- .
Steamship company, NOTICE. 'i nabs KMI.UTElt a lie,, ,: .:jR-i :.I'.lldl nsaid \\qi': 1i'p':: i'r';: ?; 7..c : :.; .. \I- -
v.-hich i is to own ats>l operate them distritl and t'! ml .ki.uv. i.'i n iilo.: .t-) ; ,: '. '' 1 \.. i-- ,. :\ .....,. .." ... .. "

,.. iVMaro: ; that! they will make regular U.Southern S. District District Court.ut .Florida i, .c mil.Il the oim-r said ii'iMihs I liiiif and 1:1|..lai 1.11.-- a.di: II.:> _i(.";,.*." '; .... ", L':"" -'- .ff....,. .; '-i.!"." )'i' ;IlLIP G' I il i. ,' i '_' r i..: : ti/ ,' !' a-

trips f-opi the lead -,f U-ike Michigan In iff C. t:. Whetstone as u. if. Whetstone Jany they,,havr.' ..,,!. s nv the. pra\ci.141! I I..I>d :'1+'- .. ... "'.:,' C- !l/ < ':':.,,\.,- : il" .."., i .I' I.. 1 ,
n-tilumrr be -t
p : Hit : raiiii.! \11<1111'
to \ of J.l..lIallkrul't. In the matter ot petition ; # I
tI.c ports Europe during the urtber ordered c-'urt \-" :- 2--__ \ .: ;
by the t-al! tini hi.. :\ ; : ; r ".
bnal .
fur discharge.On ..
1'r' .1 _
>oason of lake i\icMtioii, .. shall ...U.I l.y all known im'-I .to "' ,;;, .. (
making .
a )
ot A. ) 19H1.on ,
this and Septeniln-r. ..
day -. .' .. .. -
.. .
single vo\a;oint; i..-tilion be it bad is ,.rll"l'd ,11',1""lueol l..t'III".tI.II.'I..I., tiller-: :! :., "1 1' ', I. ": I" r. ';'':" .:: >1-: < -- __ .__". _____' '
bv the court a liiarini ulen
the wintir n lmthsthen the the ame un the 4th day November.. A. D.. a.t.ll.. .1. ; M i .
\\111\ the 11":1 .1.11I" I' I. ,,' : .
Jed &T is :
.{Treat (lakes and the Julf of St. Law- but IK'tor said court: at Jacksonville 1(1.lIa ., : I WRSTT: ;
"I the .tI.1 cart .
iu ..'cl ,ck in the torenoon.and .1.ld t. ; : : I I .1'd. .
r.'per are Mocked! with ice i they will! s tnat district notice at thereof he published in THE JJ'is,'trt ill ,,"': ';": ..:.i'.' I.. ,1,1, .
Nationlet 1 -
Ka- the : :
(s are ot
ul 1) I. 1. I \ II 1P1'Seal i
:w cmpl'ixdl (,n rhe ocean. If thi-i CmzKN< Itt.i' a n, \\; printed in .
said district and that all tal..r n creditoi J.m II 1., I. .:u : hest made. t' : I .
prhr.n) tale is carried out-and there :, _ __ .. .
and other persons in interest way appealat u-:: '=_ _._ V. M. PCI73: STt/o :: .Va. '
: en>s j-wid icason to lirlirvp that it ttic said time and place and show cause iI :
I. in I". in spite of all! diti'ulti..s-the any they have.'tbv the i roiT prayer oi tht Abundance" of hot w.stcr-ss":.: .. ... ;
".,petitioner ftiouldTiol be pr.tul d And faraishtd. -4 : ,
S"II""Iof J'JOI ii iJ l I* a memorable i.s further op oiie iu Chicago's commercial < lerk shall history.I t.r'pntl..1 said jH-tilion and this order Aficr one rear !:ars! t-.rv-i; -e, .
a'liir&ssed tu them ai their I laceut r> -i-id in .: >KIi-r,:!." zl -j 1 1 .
i ),'r''nt l>o XI'II-She used to boast that she I Witness the Honorable James W. Lockr. F\ NI-l. )j,.:-:.A.. 5- : pi., .",.-.h.:.1.. 4 .. _
ot sand court and 111'- seal Ih'r"al ;
was one of the charter members of Jai'ksoii\judge in said distil t on the twnlv. Dyspepsia Cure I\Totonc-h."lfthe fit! rc:,.:,i'Jasfbricrj. '
the Woman's Suffrage club. Sht"d"l'sn't : third day ul Se-pte'pntx.r. A. li. lwi." JL t. ;";..; ,
I JAMKS.V.. liXKE. Jud :. : : : i '
l t\t.1. i' :
appear to be as proud of it MITXU.I ViSDZ BI r r\--K.s-TV. :

I III\\'. Digests what you eat. Have never Eecn: cno I wit:!.! .\.

Ilelli'-Oh: she's just as proud, but artificially digests the food and aids I cxchan ,' it ir.r." "T -i.t l .1

you know the fiiiias or;ani/ed 13 Town Tax Sale Notice. Nature in strengthening and rectuitructlng C. r. SaJ.TtOY.i;'.". ?oj

.MiirM it'tt, ami she hate In-en the exhausted digestive cr- ,I .
hive tills day levied ujiiiii sent- I!) hor.iwagn -
at least "i:d when she joined.-l'hila. and one Mitlisli Cotton Gin as lh' gans. It is the latest discovereddigestant It ., ;
delphia! Record. p r iiH-ii\ ul S. II. TlHimi'Min, asslRiii'i' \. and tonic. No other preparation t ItT i:s SUi D YOU A BOOK 6F EEii< <" ; :

JS '11' .lurt. T" NatUly tin- Tow n 'I'ax".t the call approach It in ellicieuc}'. It instantly I ()O, 'i r\rLIIrnfr. Jt J gi,7; vw..y ,
---- !< n ut I.akr City. Columbia county 1
relieves and
-- -- -- :.. fir tI..- year ul t1IM11II..Ullt ..I tat.: permanently cures _
CAS"r'O it% A. which I"ill s.11 la lure courthouse iln.irin Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn. t j
SIOMSChl ; ,
loa'l' fiiy. ..I.i..n the first Flatulence, Sour Stomach Nausea .Ef IW. rt.. '
rem tle A the Kind Von Haw Always Bath: [I.-. riii l lr..Ml. being U''tal salt day. To satisfy Sick Headache >.\ GiA 5;1 iiiE Qlii ISWAli

3staretr -A1' said laxi'.s\\' J...nln."ts.Kl\\Aims. Tax Culled: all other results, GastralKia.Craiapsand of imperfect dipesticn.MceaOc. : t : :; : :- i

.. I Tim-nut tale! fitv. KloriU.i. and$1. Lar e size contains 24 times ; RiiLLlPS & BUTTORFF MF6, : .; -' ; : .1 f fi

.mallsize. Book all abuut d pepslamalledrn:, 'I I
Prepared ty E. C. WITT'A CO.. Cljicajo.( 1 1i ---'- -- ---....-- ____ -raa a. ,-' :"D .7 .

P.. .J ,..., "" ." "" ,., ,.,,.,,.,,., .,,'I', .<).()t().(t.().J)''J)+n+()+l>+-1'+ :: .. ...... ...,. -
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!t Florida Agricultural' Colle e. > i l :,-;,,;'::.'' !J

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: LAkE CITY, FLA. t UMfl .J. :,. I,t

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EIGIiTEEI'Tti YE \ i7.. i
i l f>1f ii i

f Beginning Sept. 30th, 1901. '1 i

3i -- p. '"J.f ':.. .OW'! !
vI r
g 01 'nur .., of four years in Apiculture.- Mechanical EIIill't'rh!!!. ,'>! -
i'! I.atid-Siit'nt r. las-ivs lat )ear's cour-e in liu.sia< -Stfiioerapii) v
: .( Tyi-v. riling and 't..Il'<:rj'bt. A I're ir.itorvc-.nrse ..t..n..r tw-;. year's. .:-!

1' :. courstian'also as nuired..! lor taoseti.shiiig offered. lo pre ale lor the uiiejte. I'o.t-raduatf- ,.' ,

w Vouni men un-iVr Military distij.1 ae. Young womt under" refining i>.
honivintiUvKces al Fast >r Hall.Tniti.i.i .

1 tree to Irfdasludrats. ('Ibu' ape'nsea very small. ",>!

Fine modern biiildiiiL-v and Erst ci\..., e.jui.niKut.For ..
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: taao"'-ad"lress

\\.l T. II. Tali.iferro, C. E., Ph. D., n
r ? I Ianglti jt&f

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? : SEABOARD AIRLINEkT 1 I 6ldet 1 ow U FracmeBt This "of untrr GoapeU- _--Valaable of-.-Worli I I, TAKE YOUR CHOICE -

Truvbr "'''..d ,....C Pup,rl *_

,If S I KeceBtljr_ReccUcd.j

: RAILWAY. I j tonic Rev. Dr. William C. Winslow of Bos- i AnJust take of your Y .( r f4+ '

I president ef the Egypt ex- 1 = this time, of year, with 's
.s | ploratiou! fund, has z t w
__ just announced the Quinine as the treat I '
_ .... it-f *L 1 I III I jSOTTHERN DfVISlONT i :.'i-3'- j discovery of a mot valuable trophy ment, means a week or ; -
;.t.l 430 Lv -1-.t among the largeiminber ten days lost from Busi
p Jacksonville. -M of
.1o I .... I papyri rep -
,$. a I pp1 G 00 P Ar Baldwin_.___. '--" _..-.Id 9. 117 3U a a 9 8 !1 'I[ centlj' received by Dr Winslow for ness. .
Y Waldo____ 011 ''
ttl1l'f'4II1 11 I''i| i distribution rte's It means ten days of I
.. '11,11 : (OainesviUe. ---- Ita'lu >JII'' among several 0k
t1lr-- : .._____ tmiversi'j -
12 ties for and
IS .
P 29 of ; unhappiness you
U8 1 "Cedar which
-r. Key .__ .. ""' went (
__ : n. --- 6 35 pi. ... to the L'niversify ten of hard
tt.a (days
verSI.ring.oo. ..... .
,... 1111 S 3. a'.1! Ocala_____. _-- .. Hip'' __. I Pennsihania. It is the olds and anxiety for those _
: 6W S37a1., ._ ; \VUdWtMMt_. _1_ .I, 4upI 1 IWaJirp tst fragment of the gospels of the who lo\'e > -
..sI: t-toa r __ ..._. : :! L'ia. world you.
n M Leehhurg .. ..-----1.....1 now in this
-"- ''lI w.p''_ -' "Tavares..--_ -"_ ...__ .__..J i340P: /' :i 3U a country Dr. Winslow This is putting it in its ,
+I states
.1' I2IJPII1-11a'--; __ "Orlando __ 4 jua7soa 'I that the papyrus contains very happiest aspert It F ; '
Wp : .
o? 121a1037a: \Y inter Iart..I __.. _I a large part of death
..:- f lIOal O Su a..___ : "Daile b i::PI'," the first chapter the might mean your -
I : .. .: "Plant lltY'j'''''_ 1Wpl -II.' a gospel of St. Matthew. It t and it often meaus a F ,
ka2 331pe, -- was found '
I used
Johnson's Tonic 24lioure.
-- b Ida 7oip: _____ 1I1m .. -If. PI) 6lu a at OxjrLjnchus breakdown in general e'i t
._. I d
,. _.. .... D-IIIPIIII'a! ItO miles south of ns Quinine foUO days. Took it every three .
tua'il : I ani tree health from which
Cairo near the famous of fever but feel some hours. Never felt better in ; t
-- S 56 a. --"- Logia" or utterly wretched. lam my life. Uiij: not loge an
rllllP' recuperate slowly -
___ "n."ings very
a' of JeSus, and deaf as Lost
Connection its date is a post IU ounce iu weight. Can eatanything.
made at Fernandina} placed pounds. If you are, a rich man '
Nom- with Cumberland I by borne experts at 150 A 1 .,
route steamers and D., your time is worth much ;# -
: leafing Fernandina 1:30; p. ni. daily, I lications by the tditors of the societies'pub- to your estate. If you .
+ except Sunday arriving Brunswick at 50 or 60 j tars later. are a poor* man your tim0 is worth much more to your family. The richman =
j 5 l>. in.fLcnvc. | This papyrus of St. Matthew be- might better afford to suffer a loss of $100 00 a day, as a result from en -' _-
; ; i I longs to the same das as the famous forced absence from business than the poor man ron l lace the value of his labor.

7 tR Ly Fernandina fur ; Sinaitie and Vatican Codices and of Both men-rich or poor-are stupid to lose 10 days when 24 to 48 hours is: '

Tom" auaII17 aliiflp vine 7:40 a. m. and 1:5011.: in.Jackson 1 course is a remarkable corroboration the Fever limit Tonic.of time required to put them in good condition by Johnson's Chill and -. .

... _. of those: texts and the
-- Koitp Arrivals Jacksonville I Itd version. On present accept- I always feel sorry for the family that is wedded to the plan of subjecting
from the an important
doctrinal themselves to the
Quinine treatment.
Slip I
= 15p North and East. No. Voja.. m_, No. point it declares in common the The is
-- r 4 27 9:15 a. No. 31 exact process slow. The result uncertain. The treatment ..'\ >ointing.
17 p 6.10 p. m. From language: "Jo el'h. thou Johnson's Tonic has two cardinal points that should
: Sllnp the West No. 2 7:23 David son of immediately. commend Ii
m. From four
p. the it to
1054)03U5a South No. not to take unto thee every thinking man in this country.
73Ua 3:55 p. DI. 24 at 8 a, m., Xo. Wi at Mary, thy wife for that which, is conreived First of all, it is harmless. Absolutely harmless. ILirm'ess under all cir :14' '- _
in her cumstances. #
of the Holy tibost. '
This papyrus is the oldest Second, it is quick; it acts at once. In :30 minutes after its administration, e a s.

-: -'SjbeFlaand Metropolitan Limited, vestibuled train between the gospels or, indeed, of fragment the New of it enters the blood and begins to undo the mischief caused by Malaria. s '
New York, via Uichuond Washington Ttbtanunt.Dr. It has a wonderful record of 1? years of !;U({{>SII. 999 cases out of every
observaman buffet sleeping includin-:: drawjanfl 1000 are promptly cured, and the 1000th case can be easily cured. by doubling
cars between JackrunvUle \\inslow
..... states that valuable the dose and taking it a little oftener. :, ,
irdAtlaDta- Fast Mail solid vestibule papyri of homer Thurjdides and Johnson's Tonic is a woudmful medicina It is not mere merchandise. It ; ; -
anll train, consUtin-r} of thv r-ucliil also are in the collection. The is s siiHTb No remedy in the whole domain of Materia Medica is more positive .1
.baggage express cars between ._
Jackson\ill 3
and \Va hIfBihnaa papjrus of'fhul'J' diol..s include in its action and unfailing in its results. :
sleepers between Jacksonville and no less I <
-M-KtJ Wet and Uavanna, Leave Port York than chapters 3o-4I of his fourth book It will cure. It will cure every time. It will cure every case of Fever. It .A'I\1!
Tampa SunJa"s Tue will
s- eight dates from the first cure any type of fever.It fjl'
mi JiUOO i i p. m. century.
yi is the medicine that
ti> *leeper between. New Orleans and Jacksonville. Very fortunate, too, Dr. one great disappoints. l '
Winslow is says taut trille with Fever. If allowed to run, it is like a house allowed to ( -
bfcMUin at City Ticket office 308 W. Bay street. Telephone 2tk;{). vania the Univrrsitj of 1'ennsjl- burn-it will consume you. Use Johnson Touic. Use nothing eb-e. ,

rWT':':' JAS. M.. BARR, I:. E. L BUNCH of to possess a splendid papyrus Now take your choice. Lie in bed for days, or maybe weeks, anti poison ,; ., .}
-::,:s Gen Sup't. Gen. Pass. Agent. a large part of the fifth book of your digestion with Quinine and arise finally with all the life and \im taken
': .. Portsmouth, Va. the Iliad in very good text. It dates a out of you, or use Johnson's Tonic and be restoied at once to perfect health.

Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla little later than 2dU .\. D. The ac :'0 lows of \ital force. No loss of No "able of precious tiuia Take your ,
centuation choice.
is full and tioinewhat i
unique. ; _

[SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. All in all, these papyri form a won A. B. GIRAHDEAU. Savannah, Ga. ;

,, derful collection for any library or

museum to possess. A --- -
irgWANNEE RIVER ROUTE 1'hiladelphiaa -
last season sent to the Egypt exploration -
,Schedule fund office in Huston a heck for
''', .. $750 and Dr. Winslow says that is A. K.: HAWKE8 '

whPhiladelphia '
,-lJixie- reaps !>o handsome
WTflBO ND Flyer. Step. NORTHBOUND ,i I It,1;! Fher a return iu papyri, as well as antiquities The Famous Atlanta Optician.YST' .

4 A, M. ; I' M as all subscriptions to the explora t
-- ,
Kuoa I! -15 1I5 Lv. Palatka 61i- tions govern pro rata the distribution
"l1thkeD 657 Flora dome :, 648 ef the antiquities among our DlUI

':J1Gnm.nll tJlWiUla 2I.') 7 7III 00 mpM Hampton'>n City 7317tt UUll. ( ; ; *
I %
,3)>.Ylenu Cartele :: 311 50 ,i 900 II al U Lake Lake liutler tlty KMUK) I I A. II. DnisIt. Sterling, Ia., "

.3; Anbi 9:4 While I writes "I ,
SpringsJiMHr VH95ri : was troubled with kidney
J tibbtlra S S f 9 55
fut a 4 00 I Itl 11 I Jennings 10,11III complaint for about two years, but ,
_"t: 'NtoG 1 i !! Itl 31 Lake Park I. two one dollar iMittles Of Foley's Kidney
;;Sparta, 433 : 1u55 Ar Valdosta HOT. Cure effected "
1 ;9."del 4 :sa I 1I1Ji: Lv \"alUo.suIlearlpine J u III a permanent cure.
G.V .
lIurtplDe ofII : 11 t: I' 1155 Price.L.
;: Vawu.ta b :! II iil I
Add 1'Ii!1 Ul>1
:f.RTaldasta fa 3d 1137 SparksTittun 1. 1JICl.4V
'i 'L t Park Ii Set 1330 'Ar. ) KOHEHSON, A. II. SJI%I,lRODERSON ,
"."hUtnp .1:1: '15tJ rLr. )'1 too U4.I & SMALL.JTTORXEIS ,
Ulltr 16 S 111 AslilmruArab I 11 1!)
.&Ite Springs 7 U6 14i ; I .1T L.1H'.1! -
'sate City 7 35 !II!! C'ordeleunua 156 qA
9.ikeButter 82o 2:! I \" I: ill ,, I+.\ :.: CITY" AXD J ASI'E1:, FLA.): .
." ') iilplon! City IIItI 48 Unadilla i isa I Will do a general practice in State and
'. J..BUlpto I' 9 00 S IJ.I (.ronnla:1/ :e Federal courts. olUilions and conveyancing. -
-JJtoraaome 95 31 Katnleen Lake I'lty omte: Second door V111zautltloik I.
.'.:'hIatU 10 :! 41t1 I Ar. Macon {I :3 :t dMW-lrr.
!j- ....
_'m__ II. A WILSON. Highest Award Iip'omaot Honor -
Lm am, ai11, to| nm
B UI 413 a WI .tr Waycross I III" b9r -
aril tai 711 : i nI I ...
= m a mi! I' )lI I' M I T.v Tifton : 3 H. : 1 -
HII 1IIt1. 135: 71"t Tboma'llle 55.) I ::i :F S <- _
; :
y; 9S511io, 4IUt95til' pm am PM I ) These Famous Glasses, lor Sale by
yv pmam aIta1+ ;I vValdo.ta 7 :w 111111:111: I .d.---C'.v-r. 1m .
S 11I mi"W tH:" .\r Tbomilaville tlltlll Iu.t5ap3lu ; ,
M t4 it 190'IISI>I l'm'am I 1 ., ..--- :' 'r.,, .:< (SI -
.J ? Watts &
I 1 '' ... > :
: Tested
,3 Lv Valdo!>ta:1 : t ._. --+..... S.: ', 4.1. Eyesight Free. .
till I .\rJacbonvllle "" 853 I .1 I T'.r... ...\.<.;....F. Iii 1
130 I y am I ILv '
ni Lake8uU..r j I 'I'; -, *.". fo r1.. I I Caution- Haw kes' glasses are never peddled lie sure "IIawkes" stamped on framemajl7ul .
IU \r Jacksonville : I ,
110. pm am :, "' ?& Jgr3 ,
m p m ;j'. I $3?! 8' ---.. ,. I
v Sampson City ; .
; :
.w e ." -': 'r .S-S3S5 Sf-SJ .
WI \r Gaineoville I UlllU I I = '_- .!, .' f' --. =>'- I ..,
----- ---- --
i .. '> ;
*Dally except Sunday. t Sunday only I / -

'and kasthrongb through coach cnach and and Pullman local sleeper sleeper between 1x lN rrn Macon Macon and anJJarV-Pala urn (' U UNDER! 7IIEI :' FIRST-CLASS ..

lUHacoa union depot 9.3i, p. m. and remains in uunm ilrpulon rrt The I -
Step"U solid train between Macon and Palatka.LEYSRAw. ] Only MEN'S WOMEN'S AND
('. J5. RHODES, | Lt.1= =atv, :!""b.. CHILDREN'S
NicePresideat, General Pasitn-jer Agent, I
MACOX, GA. Collins an-l Caskets all Sl\le- amiJideis

H4 Y4T.P. A., HRUY HCRVS, T. P. A l'ri'I'c. ( Pnuiii'lh FilKd.

t Atlanta,Ga., 201 W. St., Jack-.o u ille, 1'Ia. Aten's FINE HouseLadies'


;= Ysteln.

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.. J.. ...: t Through Car Line From Florida. -rand FINE! CF Georgia s

i4 t: CONNECTIONS' : I SHIRTS, Etc. 5 '

: [;- Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond '
t Wa!>hin"ton. This is guaranteedby

": The Southern Railway, via Savannah, ('olutubiaWashington. acJ"it. n and Flannel by futil. imitation by S

-" .w': r 1 OUR STOCK FOR sunn WAISTSTaIL08MADE, very competitor, and ,_
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confirmed by the
-f! ;The Southern Railway via Jes!>up, Atlanta, ('hattanulgAThe .& Y

Louisville & Na"hville'ia Montgomery. 1901-02 Rainy- and Dress Largest Patronage
'"'-' .The Southern Il'y via Savannah, Columbia and A" h\ ille. -f- Skirts, Underwear, of the '_

t.,,;: iThe Mobile; Ohio H. R. via Montgomery. p 8MAIIK Offers every possible' Neckwear, People.

-' > : advantage to( careful Ilobiery: Corsets, _
sVia Savannah and Ocean Steamship CuWpattyfor New and economical dress Wraps Every Style. .

.t*. York: Philadelphia and eo:>ton. .... .
: --'Via Norfolk for New York Baltimore and Wa hinton ers at ,...". .1'>. ..t ';( Co Boys'Girls'andChildren's
,<; y Via Savannah Merchants & Miners Transportation LIVE OAKWHISKEY

."'+, Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia Incontestible Prices. :

=r Via'Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. I i Clothing, Overcoats,

,. :'' !: WE SHIP! [ C. 0. D. Hats, Caps Jackets, Hosiery, ,

Via Boston and Canada Atlantic and Plant Steamship SOFTENED BY AGE. Underwear and
i} One for Halifax, Hakesberry, and ('barlottt t otv n. To any Express Office and examination privilege Furnishings.Carhart '

'? 6 Awarded Gold Medal at AUinii{ Exposition. gives you every facility for personal selection.

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JXA.itun.teVi -Made Overalls.
Crates to Buffalo, N. Y.. account PanAmoilcaiiat ( WHISKEY SOLD THE CELEBRATEDB.ll.LEVY&BRO.Savaiuiah,6&
> Niagara
of rtln in toe !\orth.fentti. tbe undersigned "UM* Hbtia'lf > IN THE SOUTH.
and handsome ,oK matter.

to Bai* ,Steeping ar Kervations,etc.,call on or N rite to TbBUVEOJkKDISTILlERYCO. h
*i*tJoiXT.Di\Nion Passenger Agent
,Zr_ 13XU-.Hay Str Astor Dlock Jacbun\'UIc- V13.GipetiatendenL .
11'. Waesx! Pa"' Tranle Ma3iranna'r.,.Ga. ': CINCINNATI, U. S. A.


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THE CITIZEN-REPORTKR: Established 1 1874

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: P. J. BECKHCONTRACTOR-. = -- I I Summer Rates. I b&QWv&uwXAX :
Lowest straight and summer tourist '

rnf BUILDER. I rates, to the north, west and Nine HE\BINE.( t

-. -. .--. I southwest, via the Louisville and .
I Nashville R. RThe Louisville! and Tenthsof .
I' Nashville R R. otTers the lowest Iii! rm .
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all throughout
straight! rates to points '
A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES. i the north, northeat and south Pure Juices from Natural l Rook ;
west, and summer tourist tickets to
CALL ON ME BEFORE SENDINQ AWAY FOR THIS KIND OF WORK. I all lake and mountain resorts all l the

through the north and-northwest, also 0 EGULATES. the liver,SDmachaDd8n1e&
I to the Pacific coast. Through
.... I, bleeping, Louisville car tickets, Nashville sold ,to St.Cincinnati Louts-, PeopleSuffer R Cleanses! tie System, Purifies tie Bi-: t.

WORMS !f WHITE'S CREAM ('hicagoand information New ,Orleans.of the perfect For detailed sUPES Malaria! BiiiDiisness, Cnn tlpat1QDf j f

11 VERMIFUGE passenger service offered by the L. u Weak Stomach and i Impaired l -
KM In QlWll y. .- IQea i.Quality. i & X. B. I:., showing through sched- from a Digestiisi. :
: ules, Bleeping car lines, and for rates, j
For 20 Years Has Led aIlWGrmRemedies.tW.uM j reservations and any desired inform- DiseasedLiver Every Bolila Ga al' ted I fo en Safisfecfia; -
I|I ation. call address, B. II.: Hopkins :
eox.D: :lilY ALL :D RVt3G%f3T9. on or .n.n.GU :UO'X"rT.T.", -
I'npare4 b7-r 4A "Arr.ES F. BALLARD eta Louis. : Florida passenger agent, Jack- Price, CO Cents.SIW"'LLno... ";
sonville, Fla.: C. L. Stone, general :
passenger agent, Louisville, Ky.
Sold by Geo. W. Price. Prepared by JAMES F. BALLARD St Iwi,Ha, \ '=.'.
Well, at any rate Cervera can ?4iO raebcY w "i4<><>&
---I II, thank his stars that Iligginson
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wasn't in charge at Santiago. Sold by Geo. W. Price. .
Nashville Glkiuaiifnoa &<< St. Louis RIJ. ---
And now it has leaked out that the '."" ;;
-AND- czar carries along bis own applause -- _- _y i iiiiiIiicitiIiiil

Western and Atlantic R. R. ., when visiting friendly nations. This j : ..4iiii..iii! t
I accounts for the hearty reception he ;j ... '
"Battlefields Line". I i received in France. .'.4 .i-H.... ,
I Through sleepers to Chattanooga, Nashville and St. Louis. connecting In I! The World's Greatest Fever m Spring:* and Summer s
t union depots for Louisville, Cincinnati!, Chicago, Memphis ,
and all points West and. North-west. I Medicine. ,i lei :. i

C. Eo II.UUUN,O.P.A..Atlanta,Ga. T. M. DoYLE. F. P. A.. Jacksonville.Fla. Johnson's Tonic does in a day what ] ..,. Your_ Pants of ewrv; can be til here promptly UUIIfact..rily pl :
''slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. MM The l.1r.t and must Uautilul cull,<.Uoa Mlllmcrr 11. 1. j
____n_ __ _' ._ __ _'_ Its splendid cures are striking contrast ;, )4have .\ir r>reM.utid awaits \ou. } Ift: :
with the feeble cures ma be by itt. :
Flr6 Storm Tornado and Gucione Insurance.BEST i i If you are utterly wretched take a'' -
thorough course of Johnson's Tonic Together with a compute line ot all kinds ot first-class Millinery NI
rTj awaituiir jlcasun Out-o1! town orders r"dprom t attention.MM .
AMERICAN AND'FOIIEIGN INSURANCE and drive out every trace of malarial P'4

i COMPANIES ;E TED"" ,: aoisunin:!. Thev lie insure their MM & .
ngP : ;lives: and the wiser insure their i rr ,MRS. L. T. FU JK. "-..

.Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. health by using Johnaou's Chill and. ..4 I
i Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. fe\'er'ronk. It costs ill) cents if it I
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I j cures; not one cent if it docs not. : "' taf Tz '!' T!'rw vyrT1Z">1s nntd
I Chalker & Small Agts. !.i =--=- --..."- ..-.- ::... .= : i !!!!!! : !! : !! .!! : !!! !: !! : '

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LAKE; CITY, FL.I'JlOXE 113. i|

I MHM H MMM BaMW M B B TOlnDston Vionumnth
Carriage Maker and Undertaker p s j

cffrs and Caskets always on at reasonable price! Prompt CALLS Day or Night. Telegraphic orders promptly atfudeJ O e ,I I REAL l P.ROKER ESTATE AND Georgia, Vermont and Italian Harble.cramte 5

Monuments Headstones T-itilets Stttuan Also Mrcl I and
City, Fin.OTIS ; 5t \Sr..U::bl Iron t'l'nnl.arLJ... needing' lurk will anti ,i' to> '
tbi-u interest to write us tor dtsi ns and Ail Work juaiaakcj
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i R.Attnrney. I'ARKER, Valdosta Marble Company !
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UiiKKirs and Wagons for sale and Uuilt to Order. General Kepair- O R. J. I* XIUI.ACK.
a asx-Ualtv. All work guaranteed Carriage mah'riallor sale alsoagent .tl CtttliS.STI
tor Marble Monuments ana ira\. StonesJ. O I'IlYSIAr AxuSC1IlilONP.eiJncd : .ciy FRWTS -- .mitis -
O Phone No 41
O A. FESTIKR, O UK...1 L'a. 1 I.'iI IK'i" sill lie I : .
113-117 HAMILTON cT 4 ti
STR. LAKE CITY, FLA. I Ia l.r"UlI"I jtt.-u.Vd toLAKKCITV Cool Drinks, Friii'W _: .. ,

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ATTORNYATLAW.LAKE Nuts, Raisins, \' .


cm'A SI'WIAWY.ltII.\I. l' 'LLECTIOXS'I I L And Fine Cm!i1! *
Practice in all Mate Courts. prompt atten- .p.
turn t<> all ISusinrs. M.M laud's and iK-vtls :\I.St't'lrnaISSll: ISYFTLIi. tF (
Southern drau and ai, ku.u l"d"Uh'nh l.1la'u. oduYater.. tittr.rliarillu.. 5tr..,vterr) t.i ..' I \.
jaul-S) COLUMBIA COUNTY i Hdtzcr Cider lite.
I -.- -- --C': Geo. J. Davis, MOl1ftger.i'j .

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UldsDinaton, Baltimore Philadelphia Q '. ,. .
nur hat roaik. \ m \\III .111. \I 'L'
new york, ehicago, CincinnAti, H.G.C. f- O t'lIntrll.\"U i an. <>).>'t d1uhE! N Ilh..u th.l: I"' ". t _, : .

toKIsvitle, JlUlIRt", Birmingham, the safe sure "'j < :

I f1.tttanccga! mem bIS, St. Louis, Kansas City. r and painless. VCUKE. N.j --fir-,. .

AND ALL POINTS HAST AND WEST. I to 3 day$1 at Druggist or .
lour "'Corn,' 111.11.. s rt 01"| i .; .
Express prepaid. ion\eiiirnt! .tii.i i 'II'-,1,1.. u. .... .
NO OTtlUR LING AHKOHDS SHKVICB LIKE THISi Kill etlj by iil cszum W3 C7.ALWOItLEAs.LL I It Costs but lllti- .II? ,'. '. .
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THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRES'SAND Forfale by (icurtrc \V.OGO. !'riLe. ,

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To the Bust and North. i
S. HacKer & sowMANUFATUKF.U' ,


the West und North-Weett.
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The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville Hot t
Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the O Iron Afr rJ
1 World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
Asheville and 0 I Hot Springs North Carolina. It

Clttict: Of Routes to P4B-Jtaerittn expulilcn: Buffcft! n. y. I J
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_ Thro.'gh Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Met ping Cu,.Through 0 '.'
Coaches. Excellent Dining Car Service.

-Through Trains via the Southern RaiUay are Operated in Connection with OF 0 You'll Have Better Meals, end: the Cook d Bctui: r 1 I'"!it .., : .; \

the Plant System from Jacksouxi le. I r.i,
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MouIthns'' lIh.-.J'.n''t.
For Rated Schedules and lufornmtjo,cell on or addrouW. Islet.. rn ' >*:
T. .Tla"Uo rfesrngir Agent,lug W,Ray St,JACKSONVILLE.FLA.

8 HARDWICK General Pasic ger Ag&.. W.11.TA nOE, .hit.Gen.P ii.Ag .. I Building-Material. :| Tin-R6oiino and Guuerino a SpeGiditij..J. ;:

April 25th, 1901. 3HflRLESTON, S. C. p r----, D. STREETY. ( )
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