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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
October 25, 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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>QtItI,Eat.d.Eat ibeeIAs;ioao LAKE CITY FLAT OCT'O'BER .
25 1901 VoL 50 -


of a weak, torpkj or I".
of the kidneys 'ori From our regular correspondent $
i wtroinf it U extremely As was to be expected a split has T TT ticg _: ,

neglect; to important come between the President and FOLLOW THE
of.these organs Senator IIanna. While those who CROWD _

attended by tow had the best interest of the party at ;

l'cf feourtje, and iomaferebodinj > heart wished that these two gentle- ; 'I I

and, da- men might be able to get along together the The people always appreciate good bargains-go with q V
peoine won't
you go wrong.Look in on us wheth _
they had little ground on 1 er in need of DRESS GOODS, or not, and you'll not V
ttaot,aaald not akep which to base any such hopes. Mr. it. You are always sure of the lowest priced and regret goods '"
11 tot ip la the morulnf kit Hanna had so long exercised a dictatorship ut 'A are just as represented. We have opened up the most -
-A ,,, I
.ditoww 'I complete stock of DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, SHOES and
__.irllU I nn authority over the party NOTIONS ever displayed in this market. -
ItpMUnf retted aid able to and had toO carefully laid his plans to line before purchasing elsewhere. Inspect our i 1
:,'IiirrftwU ny ear entirely secure the nomination :
ta." MM.J. N. PIM, for himself at Porter A:Glover's ola b
,m liuwl.AU."sSarsaparilta. the next national convention that Lake City Ha stand J. L WELLS & COMPANY. V
succession of Mr. Roosevelt wasa .. :
severe blow to his ambitions. .,
Mr. -.r
Md Pills Roosevelt with his positive disposition !, ti 1' ; I '-

jad liver troubiet, relieve bin iron convictions and his iL'

iijfttaM ip Uut whole lystem.tuUVf forceful method of putting them In- ---- .- .

to execution was almost tection and let the .
bound alone.
to negro subsidy into the
"' treasury of the International can find
; I no confirmation of the
ally like to know This report -
run counter to the feelings of the unfortunately for, Mr. Roose Navigation >
it b a new trial for Mol- Ohio velt's Company, : however, and'simply state ij.>
i "boss" even if he had no ambi- I ambitions, he could not do, and simply for making fast runs for what it is worth.
t hand writing eiperts. tion for a second term, whIch.he cer- and with that love of the spectacu- which ,;
they are bow making and will Mr. James Mitchell
tainly has. During Mr. .1 lar which led him to at the of Arkansas
1lYRT HIM. UIS McKinley's appear continue to make, whether they receive was in the city recently and expressed -
UFE. administration Mr. Hanna had complete -' national convention at Philadelphia any nuhsidy or not. Mr. Minoris
: J JBovoin himself as confident that
.... = control of all appointments in 1| in his Colonel's uniform* he invited in J\'Orofa bill which
Lebanon, Ky., \\\'e Senator Jones would be re-elected "
the South and had so used them as to I Booker T. Washington to dine at the
.Ikaf bets using Foley's' 1 I White encouragement to the blower classof lie said: "The people of Arkansas
Bed take treat pleasurfavseepermanent e : cement together a solid machine I:land House. Washington came freight carr'in'es els and states are in.favor:of Senator Jones for twj'
r ft c are which would stand bound to do his![ as he demolished the president's i that.if the Frye bill is not so amended reason; he is recognized as a worker

>.fireaae'' which certainly bidding at the next convention. I viands, so he demolished his popularity as to provide for a far wider die in'Congress, and he.can be depended ;
ast ic 111' life." Take President Roosevelt has upset all in the South, and today all the tribution of the subsidies, he will to look t
upon out for
'G.I'W. Price.wi'.eft this good that had been the interests of ,
good work and proposes to make accomplished by prepare and submit a measure which his "
own state. Mr.
; Mitchell .spok 2 ,, ti _
tkoonttfnl la those Southern appointments to suit him-:;I the appointment of Ex-Governor will do so. It is said by people who in complimentary toiet'of rir.-Gjv- ; ii t. '
self. The of ,Jones, Dr. Clayton and others, has have ernor Clarke, but is '
i MUd to send their 'j appointment Ex-Gov: the president's confidence that ,sure that:. Sena-,* fro
l I been extinguished, and the Southern- tor Jones will be,elected: ,
A,the New York papers. ernor Jones was a direct setback to i he was a good deal annoyed at what (
I the Hanna machine and more will i or feels that Mr. Roosevelt is no better he considered a lack of faith on the

i 1* a greatlijeitife follow, therefore Senator fauna is |!I than any other Republican president part of Senator Frye, in asking his You Know What You are Taking
power of ba'puay sulking and talking of resigning, a I|''I and that the first act of a suc- .I support for the bill anti leaving him Chill Tonic you take because Grove's the formula Tasteless ii f.: -

and feeble they threat which will not have the ,!',I ce! :.fullocal republican party would so much in the dark as to the manner plainly printed on every bottle showing -
ghee a dose of White slightest effect upon the president. be an attempt at his humiliation by in which its provisions would that it simply iron and quinine
iafe. Price 25
s T anti President Roosevelt started out the exaltation of the negro. i worlt out.j .- 50 in a tasteless form. No cure no pay.

with the determination to build up a Notwithstanding President Roosevelt's -,j Secretary Gage has not added In cents. 1:1:

rkudlei poor in Kauas.Jiternioed republican party in the South and by desire to be the first to advl.iethe ,I the least to his popularity by the expressions No offense against decency on th- _
bis first but country of the conditions of the V of hU views of the _
ttgy to keepAND appointments, even 1 to the bankers part president seems sufficient "'
for ire3ka_, more by his expressed sentiments, new Hay-Pauncefote frP aty, the im '1at Milwaukee. Whatever the re- to keep some southern congressmen t L ,

made a most favorable impression. portant features have leaked out and t publican party leaders may think on away from the. pie counter.. '
So impressed by the statement of are as follows. The new treaty soil 1 the subject of the retirement of the - --

his plans was old Col. Howell, of At set aside the Clayton-Bulwer cons greenbacks, they are not preparedto The excitement incident to travel:

: BRICK lanta, that he expressed himself a vention, the United States will be defend any inch issue before the ing and change of food and water often -
-. the sole guarantor of the neutralityof !; and brings on diarrhoea, and for this .
wKMUUAU believing that the president would I country they are annoyed with reason no one should leave home ; ''
UTAH.THOMPSON.. succeed: in building up quite a respectable the canal and she alone will have i 1 the Secretary of the Treasury for without a bottle of Chamberlain' f

party, bnt he concluded I the right to fortify it. These fen ;I baying given utterance to such views Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kenu-

_,, ; with the sage advice that Mr.Itoose- tures practically dispose of the opposition (! while still a member of the press dy.Druggist.For sale by Geo. W: Price, ; p

velt and his party must "talk pro- met with in the Senate of |dent's|:, cabinet.

,,i the last Congress and it is assumed |i Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Itis* predicted that the mail '' .

I i: that definite canal legislation will be : Frank W. Hackett, has asked to be plank in Colonel Watterson's platform
I I enacted by the Fifty-Seventh Con : relieved and it is will
a-_ .s. I IE j i stated that Judge demand the free and unlimited -
1 ; : gress. The question of route, ofj Charles II. Darling, of Bennington, coinage of mint..
E VAUGHN !|I course, remains to be disposed of. ]!, Vt., will be his successor. There isa DeWitt's-- -
I It I While a majority of those interested ] rumor about that Mr. Hackett was disappoint. Early Ricers never .
They are safe
-a1S : DKALKR IX I Deem to think that the Nicaragua I to be made the scapegoat for the gentle, effective in removing prompt all impurities -

I route will be adopted, the Panama J| Bureau of Navigation, and that he from the liver and bowel-.
fPork; Sausage canal will not down and M. Burin, of j refused to submit and resigned. I small and easy to take. Never gripe I
i i1 or distress. A. R. Wise.
_. : the French Panama Canal Company, i I _: s

-. t l 14 E_ Emjtnlng'Handle! by a First-class Butcher. i is now in Washington to press the I -- ..- -- '-- -- -- --- -.' .
.\ CITY MARKET PHONE 43. I claims of-his route to consideration.

Ice Cream and Soda Water Parlor near the colored t It is M. Ilutin's desire to sell their J
..: s.. Masonic Hall. aug30 I canal to the Government and it is' SEND 1m YOUR NAME '

....... ....... ....... ."... ....... ...... ...... ...... ....... ...... ...... ...... t understood that the price asked is !I
I $:I ,tXIOOOO.) The only cloud on the ',
I canal sky is M. llutiu and his associates {i i immediately to be registered so as to

.. 0 00 1OVOt1CGt10b0i0 1o0D90Ctl1iQo0 bOD90f10 bOlbO o the fear being confidentially i take part in our guessing contest. (
.. !}) I that the enemies of canal I

,.. i tsJation may use the Panama | 3

.. takerd: proposition as a means ofelaying 'j PRIZE

:. t all legislation on the sub
-f":f.i. -If:!
( .""b! bttklnan @ Notwiths-tuidii S.nator !>'rye'
we are doing
'. t w_ibe tle.t,54c a.e'OII. and glee you assurances that the new ship subsidy j The United States in January, 1900, exported 719,862
.1 bill would, lie .iiuended and presented i Bales of Domestic Cotton Jan. 1901 .
.,. htlf !' do w.w,rrait cannot exported'l,521
f-dept better aaj a here. tI in a form that Mould insure its* almost I II .

,'. j .,, elect 1II we ln sell your we porch guaraatee.w In and rviwaye ti .\W:x. immediate passage, there still (The above figures are official and given us by the :
i'rlcerand In Quality. WJ seems to be some friction in the republican j United States Treasury Department.) ,
claD-Scll'OtiIiC IItUnlfof r the Re-i:
on subject. !
alllaiCal uuod En- ,:1'.
aaraa UJI"ialll WJ preseutatiye Minor, of Wisconsin, How
"" =,if a many Bales will be Exported !
@ recently called on the president to I

; T. RADFORD. !I protest against executive support I for the Month of January, 1902 ? "

y F 649. tI being given to the hill, even in Its'j

amended form. Mr. Minor pointed I $200.00 in cash will be given to the one guessing -
. out to the i rotiilent that the bill was !
the number of Boles
I of Domestic Cotton (or the nearest ,
of the
......1 .-.- so drawn as to convert moat to the number) that will be exported during the month j V, $

r>. of January, 1902 ; $100.00 to the next nearest, and ,

$25.00 to .the third nearest. In case of tie the prizes : -

'*RTANGE* TO EVERYBODY I i tied whose for estimates will be form equally such divided a tie. between contestants J

prosper no**a-daysare those who buy In large 1
_sad lace their goods within reach of all. The ., SEEDS If the correct or nearest to correct guess is received 1 .

'- ; aaea Columbia county may be my customer. y I f in November, 1901, $50.00 will be added to the first

.:: Soon sup 10c. 1-package Toothpicks 5c. Feny.Geed.ere prize. If in December, 1901, $25.00vill be added.
."' T .Wash Basin 10c. 1-glass Syrup Pot lOc. I known UM country nits M
the get reliable deeds tort Contest
l1 large Tin Milk: Bucket lOc. can b* douchl Don t .rr. a opens October 1st, 1901-closes January

*t Prices are the lowest ever offered in Lake City. nickel dollar OD Of cbMp tb*fewest teedi.tad lure 31st, 1902. Don't fail to send your name Immediately'

WjHotCruckerv, Haidare, Quccnsware, Tinware 1901 Scad Anuu In* and insure your privilege of contesting for the money. P
Dtrtt.Hkk. THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY CbaU noOll1, Tun.Hanufieturtrs .


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2 THE CITIZEN-REPORTKR: Established 1874 1


aI I As the result of a acientific test it Choice

JIWAKz .. been demonJtrl ed that, withouta Vegetables
Sometimes she almost wulied she Poison oaf has _

had withdrawn from the club when single exception, pawnbrokers are always bringhigh

WOMEN their change of fortune came but it t absolutely devoid of imagination. prices.

z seemed the one lick with her happy Poison ivy We have long. been convinced.- ,. of this To raise them

past and she could not let it go. t successfully
Are made fact.-
strong the best Lnowu'of
Her husband shared tried are among
/ -or to
C: riI by the use of Dr. the -------
share-the remarkable beliefs of the tnsay dangerouswild I a f fertilizer
Pierce's FavoritePrescription. have no appetite, do
plants and !,:rubs. When you containing J
It "Sons and Daughters of. Progress." To touch or handle them not i'elish your food and feel dull

regulates the "Do you know, near," he said, as quickly rrodcces swellingand after eating you may know that you at least 8K

periods, dries she was dressing lor the club one inaimmatioa with intense need a dose of Chamberlain's Storr- jd

weakening drains, evening "that you would be quite itching and burning ach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 d

1 heals inflammation justified in suing for divorce of the ekut. The eruption cents. Samples free at G.V.. Potash should be used ,

and ulcerationand Mrs. Reid started. Divorce was the soon disappears, the sufferer Price's drug store.Occasionally .

cures female subject for discussion forever but .._- -
that night. ; Our boW furnish weful irJOrlar -
weakness. "Yes" he continued, "as the laws almost &3 soon as the.little blisters and )) the linotype man- .
Sick women'are are now, you could get one easily pustules appeared the poison had reached ages to- irrp'oye things. WhereCrokcr's subjects relating to /t,
invited to consult blood will break out at raising They r
the and regular crop tht
referred to
enough-nonsupport, you know-and followers were
Doctor Pierce, by intervals and each tb letter, free. All unhampered by me you could give for ;i. Till:: poison still loiter in the in an exchange as "the rank and .

womanly confidence Alberta the privileges which should system for years, and every atom of it file" they came out as "the rank and i .t CEBSLtN [All ORI
held in be her birthright. I have thought must be fored C\Itof the blood before you vile." 9 Nassaa Stalet,

:. sacred secrecy often that I ought-to take-myself can expect II perfect permanent cure. ISSS j )slew Yank.

and guarded by f I away-but I am too cowardly-1'in weakness nervous
For digestive: ,
strict professional too sick to be brave-and I-I love Nature's Antidote
in the i le ,
ness, pains > > ,
f \without fear and you and Alberta so-" FOR dizziness, wakefulness, headache and I S

I I "But not well enough to die for us other annoying accompaniments ofcostiveness !
without fee to
Nature's Poisons
(' fP -harkl there is Be is and
i Dr. R. V. Pierce, my car. sure Alberta lerbiae a prompt I

Buffalo N. Y. : keeps covered, but don't sit up is the only cure for Poison Oak, Poison unequaled rt'ml'Jy.rT 50 cents. '

for me. Good-by!" Ivy, and all noxi.rj plants. It is cone G. \V. Price. .
"I had been a great of rooU and herbs. Now ----- I -
sufferer from female i I Mrs. Reid's words were lightly posed exclusively I I

weakness,* writes }spoken. She meant them as a jest is the time to get the poison out of your Nevertheless, we are unable to believe The funeral of Snow,late president :

II I 'Mr of *.Mdtnsttr M. B Wallace.Cooke but they entered her husband's soul system. as Don't delay Inkes your longer conditionworse. with that those Samar savages Lave of the Mormon churca. b laid! r

I Co. Teem */ trui like red-hot iron. experiment the literature bent out
11 I I four doctor aJ gust a salveswashes antlllapsthey never cure. been reading: t 1 have been the largest ever sit t

dtd mt a.jr good. I At the club they took the same : )Ir. S.)1. Marshall,'-l'keeper of the Atlanta by the Anti-Imperialist I League-for nested in Silt Lake City Oil widows

I sintered MX years, but view of divorce suggested Mr. (Ca Ca Light Co., was rxjuonej wi.h KOMIO .
by ) the that they cannot
I simple reason must have attended In 'a
-, at la<< I bund relief.I Oak. He took Sulphur Arsenic aud various I body, ,
Reid. If for .
followed any cause a man failedto .
your other drugs, and applied externally numerous read.
i 1 advice: and took eight support and properly educate l1 lotions and salves with no benefit. At timrstbe For mosquito bites, bites or sting '
( of 'FavoritePrucrlptioa. --- -- -
r. 'bottle .' and children and the mother could do this swelling almost blind;and.inflammation I-ot eight years was the so severe poison he would was I If you are troubled with 1'loJJrou of insects animaUor reptiles, applyMallard's .

four of the Golden I better alone she vine amply justified break out every sranou. 11 is condition was much Saow Lioiaent. It
Medical Discovery. I after bottle "f Si. S. S and breath heart burn, flatulency, head COM-
I in severing the marriage tie. In fact improved slang oue J> ,
BOW feel like a turnKVMOII. teracts the poison In the ::
I|I a few bottles elm red his Mood of the poison,and vaund
I have gamed I it was her plain duty to do so. i 1.I all evidences of the disease disappeared. ache, acidity, pains after eating: subdues tbe inflammation,aad heat'r

|eighteen pound' "Hut if the husband was sick and : People are often poisoned without oss of appetite, persistent melancholy I tI e nesh. Price 25 and 50 cents. C. J.t

Doctor Pierce's helpless ventured Mrs. Reid tim- o knowing when or how. Explain your case or law spirits. You net'd.a a W Price.
will I
I tonic a few doss of Ilerbint
Pleasant Pelletscure ', fully to our physicians, and they will ,
{ biliousness idly.Harmon cheerfully give such information and ad. give you the recuperative force to I The "tiirl mel Senger" -

] system recently
Hale shot her
and sick head : a keen in- remove these disorders. Price, 50 j!
i vice as require, without charge, and t
ache. They do i I' terrogating glance, which so disconcerted I 1 I we will send you at te same time an cents. G. \V. Price. established la Bridgeport,

not create the pill I her that she but half heeded ing book on Blood and Skin | -- -- Conn., has been abolished. The rtrlJ

habit j the answer to her question. 'I THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., interest-I'I If Mayor VanVyck does, not see were too fast.Cornhnskera: >S

.. "There are hospitals and sanitari I himself as other: see him it will not -- ---
----- -- :
A right-minded would ----- -- -. ---- sprained wrists
TI ums. man I. be the fault of his brother membersof : I ,

Tj I rather himself become a public charge 'I I the Xew York: Bar assochtion. barbed-wire cuts and sprains, or cuts .

j than risk the future of his children." heart. Searching for a stimulant her i I! from other
--- any cause arc quickly
LOVE'S VICTORYBy Harmon Hale was a baebelor mil- eyes fell upon the morphine bottle. j I I Thousands r with torpid liver, [ healed when DiHard'a Sao Ointment

I lionaire who made no secret of his It was empty! In an instant the '1 1I o producing great depression of spirits, i is promptly al'l'lit'll.| | Price, '

admiration for Mrs. Reid althoughhe hasty words she had flung him : t 25 and M cent Geo. W. Price. _
I Ito.pli11lil I parting recurred to her, and she indigestion, constipation, headache, .
!UIabe B. GtUigi.MBS. never gave her offensive atten- I ---- 1

tions. After the club he offered to j I knew what he had done. li he died etc. IIerbine will stimulate the Those Alaska miners who tried to -

drive her home in his trap and she | she was no better than a murderer. liver, keep the bowels regular, and open a keg of powder with a pick .
I teal,by gI ss IJ-' stimulant down his
accepted. lie had a daring scheme to She forced a restore a healthful buoyancy of saved the fool-killer a good deal of

unfold and he began cautiously: i I throat then ran to her nearest neighbor :I,I spirits. Price, DO cents. G. XV. Price. trouble.

There roused him and sent for the doc -- I
was no answer.
OSCAR BE1D had been for -- ;
tor. She made strong coffee, pouredit i Those southern people who have
i }|
time in the hands of the "Will you pardon me, Mrs. Reid if Lewii Ockerman, Goshen, lad: / :
I I say that I read the thought behind between the lips chafed his hands been scraping up kinship with the "DeWitt's Little Early Risen" never
North eni
She to
hupbuts. a
club if.iled "Son and Daughter u: your question to-night I know your put hot cloths upon his heart, and all new |resident at least have the bend me double like other pill, but 1

is hard but the while prayed desperately: "Oh do their work and make
did thoroughly
Its watchword "The case a one. you not right to try to forget it.
Progress. was
0 approve of the answer?" _* God! bring Lira back to me if only me feel like a boy." Certain, thor .
( Subordination of the Individual to the
= I "What was It? Oh, yes-hospitals! for a moment! Just long enough for "I had long suffered from indigestion Tough, penile. A: R. Wise.- 1
Good of:.he Whole. From this point of "
to tell him how I love him! i -- -
and sanitariums. I it is "
suppose writes C. A. LeDeis, Cedar
view it discussed the leading issues ,ithe ,
but it heartless- For in the moment of that awful Admiral Sampson might: at leaPt
right seems
and arrived at remarkable I City Wo. "Like others I tried
day some many
when a man is not to blame. It is discovery she had become clothed and be allowed to tell how much netter
cuuelusions. It held, for instance in her right mind. She knew that he preparations but never found any-
not like willful neglect. he would have done it bad he been .
that the claims of youth were in every was her first, her :.i t. her best, her thing that did me good until I took ;'
to thobe of advancedage "I know-but if the case were pop- there.
way paramount only love-for better for worse, in Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle
inasmuch aa childhood held untold erly presented to him would he not had suffered
do cured me. A friend who
sickness and health till death ui FAn WORTH J
of rich ale it as you do r'
possibilities I the of Kodol
fruitage yetin Alberta stirred in her similarly put on use -
bud while old age was but a ripened "He does already-he suggested it part. sleepand Dyspepsia Cure. He is gaining fast Stmetimes a fortune, but never, iiyou :
For instant
spoke name. an
and emptied seed pod. and even middle himself." and will soon be able to work. Before have a sall complexion, a
she almost hated the sound of her
life had in ntobt eaten 1'ast the zenithof I 1 Harmon Hale could scfrcely repressan he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure jaundiced look moth luubcand
had Wen her
iruitiiiu. Rome of the most exclamation of joy, but he con- voice. It inlineanity indigestion had wade him a total blotches on the skin, all '1:11-! !llrf
proicrca for her chill i that had done thi. N. WIt
wreck. A. PL. Wise. tronble. Hut Ur. Kins{-> :"
sue members far trolled himself and proceeded quietly: I .
went tc
even so us 0 o deed. After what hermed to her an - Pills give i clear skin r.>.-) .aeen-! .

aver that v.heu public sentiment had 0 i "Then your duty seems plain." age of suffering the doctor came, and A Xew York man arrested for staggering rich comp1e'' on. Only I :/> cents it '
been vuflicieutly educated to overcoM i I "}Jut I cannot be so sure of my .
Geo.V Trice's store
for that drug
'I together they fought pre- on the streets offered as a
sentimental prejudice regarding the ability to furnish Alberta those privileges -
cious life and won. plea that lie had formed the habit of
value of human life, it might be pob- which alone would justify the A Heidelberg profc-mr nainii i>'
At a quarter of four the next after
Bible and wise to dispute of the st'nile step. My earnings are small even if noon Mrs. Keid said to her husband: trying tu follow KJward M. Shep- .I have discovered twtiit in ,i' i ...ncl_
or hopelessly diseased in as summarya she Lad them ad. ard' zi -zag course in politics. ,, ,,' allowed -
"The sunshine will do you good; letUs It is to be hoped Ue vn.l t ;
way Iii vt e treat the emptied pod 01 There was a moment's silence -
take a little walk in the park. It Moore's Pilules to name them <
are a guaranteedcure
j the blighted plant. broken only by the sharp clatter of
is not far- ou ran lean on me, and 1
Mra. Ueid joined the club as the wife hoof on the graveled road. Then we will rest} there if are tired. for all forms of Malaria, Ague, I STEPPED IXT I II' !L \ 1 l1"When

I of a well-to-do stuck broker who had Harmon Hale boldly played his trump Come, Alberta." you Chills and Fever Swamp Fever, Malarial 0? a child' I lour ,..j u. tmt

come west for "a blight throat trou card. Fever, Bilious Fever Jaun-
As they approached the south entrance jfrightfullj." write- \\ H fcaJJonesville .:
ble" The Mtiue winter a tumble "As dice, liiliousness. fetid breath and a
soon as you are free, all thatI
they ;avv Harmon Hale lounging ,' :. oj'
( \'a. 1\1.. :t. -
in stock and an attack of la grippe have la yours-yours and Alberta's tired listless feeling. They cure ,

had left him a penniless invalid. They -no, do not answer yet-hear me on a bench close to the walk. Rheumatism and the lassitude following ,! rible leg sores for t1!. : I'II" I

removed to a two-roomed house in the through." Mrs. Reid drew flee husband closer to blood poison produced from i Hucklen's Arnica :'..t'v'! ii "

South end and Mrs Reid took in fine her side and raised her voice just a malarial isoning.' No ( uilline. me after ever\tlu u < -, < I' .

And she heard him-sitting as one trifle a* they passed him but did not No ArM'uichlo or Iron. Do not Infallible for iuirn- -. i > -' I
sewing and embroidery. A few month .
after this their in a dream while vision after visionof look his way. ruin stomach or teith. Entirely cores, hruisiM ant ,'" "- : 1
change Alberta
daughter ease and splendor floated before "I shall! never leave you alone tasteless. I'rict'.51'," er box. Dr. ('eo. W. Price, 'J5cValterVellnun.

her was born. A week previous tc her bewildered sensesith consummate again Oscar. As for the club I have C. C. Moore ('0., No. :ilt) North Main I _

birth a wealthy customer came skill he played upon her mor- done with it. The members are a Street, St. Louis, Mo. (:eo. \\'. :, \ II,,' V. i-1.! .L"! .. '

to consult about an infant's wardrobe. bid devotion to her child's Price, druggist [mar-'Ol-lyrJ J JIf '. J"
worldly set of I iaerable sophist, who wou.J I! correspondent| .1..I.l l '- ". : f
"I will do what I can for but advancement.
you can He of love
spoke :
holy sentiment of the I'
trample every sis that there i-oi.\ i oj t
Seth Low la succe-sful in ]
promise nothing ahead. I- only of respect and duty-far higherthan heart under foot in the name of us getting i on.Vhich shutts| ti, i; \ .. .1 f fi
Her lip quivered and a sudden pallor love-of sacrifice the highest !" cute as he has been in getting

followed the thought of what she form of love. On his own part the progress"Hush, dear, is not that Mr. Hale? nominations he will win in a hall i! is no pessimist, at .1 II. 1.,1'i ii t

must soon face and the slender desire to have his fortune
? sumlaid accomplish He will hear you. He is a member of i! A PIKNDI-slI ,\ i i i' 1\ 1 I
by fur the emergency. Her customer the highest good the development of "
t\e club, is he not? A WOKTin SUCCESSOR. i .
An attack gas lit.'. :i i.I i. I. I
was politely sympathetic."I human souls to their utmos ra| acity,
Harmon Hale had heard and was IF.i Collier, of t'lh'j"". I 1." .: i
am she said and he could think of worthier .
sorry would liket'Yu'thing no .
; answered. As for Oscar Reid he sever "Something New Under ; nearly proved 1.<1.11! :
dune subjects than herself and the beautiful ,
by hand
your ; your knew of that memorable drive from the Sun." I through bis ktiimsH : I
work is exquisite." Alberta. And ail could lx easily .
the club. so lamp he could
All dialers na..lrh.d to curd
That evening, >%hen her husband arranged. They could quietly CITAKKH ty'the ,
was go awaya usiot ;muder..ultI .:a's. inhalers and great pain, nor sit in i I
ft..ltfp. Mrs. Rrl.l took out the dainty good sanitarium lielt'C't.I-a life AT) pica dJuuitiiiun Store. I drufis lu j-aste turm. Their powders dry up propped l>v cu_hudt-

little clothes which she had fashioned term paid in advance. The divorce ,' themuiuous uninlirands causing them In belied him until tu I'
O. I II. larso.i of B.t'ilI.t, Hnn- crack op"n and lileed The powerful aUdsused ,
before adversity overwhelmed her.'t'hey courts of a distant city and no questions in the inhalers have entirely eatenawn Bitters which t'fo-dt'd ;
were fine enough for the child of asked. The husband and father das Uiir'a.iColony| conduct ) tb. same mrmbrane, that their makers derful change Hut i I... -
store topical of South Africa, at have aimed tu mre while pastes and o 1
a millionaire. After kUHinir rach tiny mud be happy lathe thought of hs: which can I.e pun ha-oil anything ointments cannot reach the diseasi An '.Id feels like a new 111.111 j jon I
suUim and "XiM'n..llt'I'd >rat titiviicr '" flu h. -, medicine iau :'.i -
farment and crying quietly awhile sacrifice-his years could be from the proverbial "needle"to l an | s fur J
in inv lear made ariose "tud.nd
the replaced them. The next morning few at b 4t-but in the meantime toa anchor." This store is situated in a ti iit'thf tr..llnh'nl..t"Ion.. h.h I"'ial-at last 1 kidney trouble. pur.ti! >, '-. 0'-.

the telephoned the wealthy customer, child every year counted much. fall) nine miles from the nearest "irrt.. I..d.t tu..MCI..mwhi' li w"hen laillilul :11 ul liuii.liiKjour.. .h".I '
h'u .tI.U..t .'ii.' I'luvix at OIILIliul ia'i- al (,e.V. I'. 1.ranyone irn',
v ho came and examined the wardrobe "Do not answer me to-night, Jie railway station and about tvu-nty- Inanenilycure, \ I' tubaby removin the

critically and took it away in her ear- said, as they drew up at the door of live miles from the nearest town.Mr. cause. ..topping tb di.Ii.trgtaul uruij : ---- '....'t
\\ hatt' '
iage. After Mrs. Reid Lad the mean little cottage where the Ijar-on says: "I am favored all 1 inllauiuiatiDii. It is the uulv record). are pi./u tnecsssarv
bought a know"I. to 'lIlI'lI..t a tu till itathiittiiamiitcU 1..1" '
heap, ready-made outfit there was light from a single cheap oil lamp with the custom of farmers within a : parts. Ibis uoiuieiiul reined' I. should eyes .- r":-
radius of mile-, to of : known, h sxi'fr'i'' ', .' '
enough l onl'11dt to double burned dimly: "to-morrow at four many LFStherAHAS7alUCATAnttIt to sire a IMI.I,
the ruirrenoy whom have\ i I Kt.: and t?old .tt thertremeit -'i.l'' J
;< fund. Hut she cried a rood deal o'clock I shall be near the south en- remt'diet11 supplied testify to their'value low "piue..t one Unllar tacit package 1011laiiniu '- to announc/ the fait t :. .' (

nights. which was bad for Alberta. trance of the park; if you are passing internal 311 in household where doctor l1cit'nt
a a :, ad- I lur a lullmonll. s treatment and ever
For Alberta was not only a delicate I will join you tnere, and you may vice almost out of the question. 1 o .U limy necessary toitsjierlectusu. r I i

nbitive child; but very early oVvel- answer me." Within one mile of my store the JsXUH'LKS;; utadrand' .;til.'inil h |HTleit i:\THUHtl'KKrter | Stricken With Paral sIS.

i '*d a crating for thing dainty and She murmured a taint assent, and population is perhaps sixty. Of the only .afi and p<>Mlne 11".t''ujtIIZ'd>ure fur that annH.nt as- j 1 1 Henderson Grinieti ".i .- I '', >; .1

1.ue, which her mother could not Harmon Hale drove away feeling sure these within the past twelve months ; and .It.tutitig iiisrasiH cures allon.tD.ltnal1un'luit I i' 'IiH
sup- i was stricken with i p.irt i i
) ly. Imbued with the club theories of that he had won. no less than fourteen have been absolutely !isalso uomleilulU fly quick and i-imanentl\I.' relievi utv and: completely U'st UK .: oe-f' iti t

the supremacy of childhood Mrs. 1>iJ The house was so still when she cured ny t'liarnberlain's I! n.\ anti toll) 111 the 1)1.UI.. arm and hide. After h 'I' j'. ,
Cough Remedy. This! must bea i tATAiiKil wlu n n' glr. t tad often leads to I|
1 ean to grow bitter over Alberta'sdefrauded entered that she could almost hear' surely !i .NSIJlPTI..S"SXII'' Kl.r.S will save you.! by an eminent phvsiu.i:. ,-'ems Ii

childhood llt-r hukband's the beating of her own heart. Witha record. For sale byV.. Price, it )ouuse It at once. Itisnoordmaryrenudv i I, a while without relief u. ;"tv-

Druggist.Ve ] '. liuta oiuplete tn'al".ntbkb I is leittvcly '' I 1I.!.II : t
rough began to exasperate her in- strange foreboding she entered the I |ommended t Chambi i -
guaranteed lot
--- -- ul a ATAUHH in '
ktead of arousing her sympathy. Every bedroom. Her husband lay upon his \ term orsta (eit used sordini to .dirn-any I.I Halm, and after u-ini:! t.. I *" .
much fear that the Wat- '''
dollar she spent for medicine back hands prone on the coverlet aid very t tions wbicb aci-ompanv aarb la.t'tae.I"lft. I itbeisalmo"tt'ntir.-l\\ I
seemed horrible terson boom is also likely to encounter delay but send tor it at once and write lull .I lit McIXMALD, :Man l."s:.' ,' '""!
stolen from Alberta. She found herself a pallor on his fatm particulars a" to }our rondition and you
the early'fro5t.CABTORIA.. will receive special] advice i\V. Va. SC\'t'ralother t-r., t Harse
vaguely wondering how long half open eyes were unseeing. She from tbedisroverer I I
a consumptive ot this -
oo.dertui 1',11..1
; able i.f :
remedy reKarduiK i 1 cures partial
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could liv. Of there sprang forward, calling his name I your case without lostto beyond .
coarse I you the been effected the UM ,,: 10.
I were times when these sharply but he did not stir. She : I regular price ot "SXUKrLKb the .xluarantted ,I; bj Ii" !'w ', t
feelings Catarrh Cure.*" 1 tnent. it is most widely
shocked and pained her, and she would placed her ear to his lips her finders Bears the Hare Always Bcughts3 Sent prepaid to any address in the t sited ever a:> a cure tor do <" '"" t

then redouble her devotion to her husband upon Li* pulse. There was a faint r a : t.| States Address or IHrpL Canada l6. ou receipt ot One Dollar. .sprains and I IrUI-t't- '' 'ltIo I
and try to forget club tbeorisa.y sighing breath a feeble futter of the iS3a anditXMarketM. lbiladeliihia- i 1!i \V Price, })ru !;I"t. I f

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---- 5s
TEatlncni by which I ,

bCUsZ Cured daily Following h the list of the names RaUMdtwcat \ '\ scorn

ltd sol Themselves.O of thirty I.Clllons drawn to berYl' as BattM harness effect treated arY rel y The world waj made for man and ,

t grand and petit jurors for the fall nub Eureka Han min for woman.
term of mesa Oil. lire 1
DpSg3- WEAKENING circuit court, Ot. 23, 19J1-: alum the damp If Savai-i ah i-n't bated it will not '
PLEASANT AND J TJones I ketpuht leather
S-A '1' M J C Leonard toft and pit. b: Sail!. Jut::.' fault. *
CUBE FOB THE Vitt OGRuistU' I able. Suubca EMULSION

>. jIQ)7pauRIT. WK I Brown, J W lUtcher, da not break. \ i The t>nly berry t tat flourish 335;
-_ JK.arter, It W Hrrlon' rough nit- \ \ \ I days in the i bri her .
::;Uy known and uuJerstood G ", bee to chad year < } -
igS-a dHea e and not weak- Y hlej}S' II M Chambers and cut. Ik.ulongbyth. \\t .
dtled with poison. au J urn estend i" ibeppard J II HernOon bate,. 5e5 j P.e :dnt Koosjvelt iin-t on'y OF COD-LIVER OIL WITH .

( byperiodhral liquors. requires or conttiozlcatlag C JLC-ook, M U ChaUJLe'rsWhey empemew'iut \ \ \ ', near-rl:hted, but color b.ind.: I HYPOPHOSPHITES t--

gpable wt neutrali/sln and K i* witt, \ | A bale is
tr an one who; I't afraid'
and destroying the J S Harrell, Ml1 Lord wean twice 'I I '
aoU. Sufferers may now 'I 'T II Martin, U Douglass 1 I Ito act as judge at a baby 8 OW.
j U home without publicity Burrrll A s, rte ol Eureka I should always be kept In 'ye
e Item l>u.lnrssby tbuwouwhlcu Wl.eeler, J J lorl1 MarnutOu. I Many' investigiling mmiteesar :
G11D(7:t1E" has Breamanyiears 1VTVillis. S G Smith, the house for the totem
ot close study X II Waldron made up of expert "J.itc-w.1"be: j '., i
.(iuebrhtes. The talthtuiiio Willis Uegister, '! lowing reasons :
A i3ranks
directions of this vrondcritively O Taylor., Soldnrjrwhera It is very exk'ent that President' .

.tt is tale case,guaranteed no inatser how to B P Pitts, c P Montague.Ella la cam- Ru. s Celt 'took after" his lather. fiRST Because if any member $

nor records how the mar- Wheeler-- -- all rues. _&. lass! windows look I) of the family has a hard cold, it y"-
of thousands Wilcox
ation Otsober says she cannot ,
.industrious and up'Iogr read all the letters that are sent x5talydard Oil ,, af'te to the man who Is color bl'n 1.1 I will! cure It. .- si ::

HUSHANDS This!! CHIL- ber. Which is probably fortunate, CompanyOUR i i O'alo: Burglars appear to ba making *: SECOND Because, if the chll- t 4
JfATH8RSL remedy
foetram but I* a specific for nasmuch as she tries to write aells po J a run oa the banks of that state. I i I dren are delicate and sickly, it will > :

and U so skilfully devised -- .1 make
iaitt ii thoroughly voluble about everyone that she does ----- I Just thi kef it! It tak s s'x Yenez'ielan strong and well. :.. '

ike tenor taste coffee, gatbat without It can the bef eid. NEWEST SEAPORT. dollars to look like 30 cents j 1 JHWO-Because, if the father or l w g

taking it. Thou. --- I I mother is losing flesh and becoming
uwaenoa Take life A LI., The only thing in the world that a i .' ;
Shaie cured themselves as of
comes and Sltaw.klp.
make 0 Hm,
Diesel thin and
j emaciated it will build
remedy, and as many the of from wolr a 1 can Fcorn and yet lot e is man :
most all Chleaa.o
eacare* ud made temperate circumstances, but Liverpool Ml them up and give them flesh and Y
\Yten ,
.the CCat'"a>lmla'ntelc find relatives without their ard's Horehound y?un-r ones it is la'cause we don'f strength. i
the ,
Matter tea ant believe best
r fecaatlaaed drinking of tok remedy for quick relief and On one of the very last day o real;z.' bow the young ones hugh at FOURTH Because it is the t

Find misleadingim. Ito not be de-- G.sure\\;,cure.. Price.: Price, 25 and 50 cents. the nineteenth century says W. D. us. I standard remedy in all throat and :, '

.et the disease at Hulbert in Frank -- --
once Leslie's Popular -- lung affections. '
TiTh -BOMB GOLD CUK E"tttremelT -- - -- ---- Monthly, the steamer Northwestern Plump checks, flushed! with the
low price ot One
Khetef within reach of every- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION was launched in the Calumet river- soft glow of health, and a pure coma I No household should be without It. '* .

tSlo&l.more effectual Full directions than otb- Land Department of tbe Interior I the first steamer ever built in Chicago I lilexiou make all women beautiful. : 1can be taken in summer as well .- 1. _
Office at
;pet \ockige. Special advice I Gainesville.October Florida.81st aWL I V for service on salt water. Three Uerbine iui|>art.s strength and vital- as in winter. [ -

ie wren requested with- Notice is hereby given that the lOll01l.ingname" o other vessels exactly like her are now ity to the rysteiu, and the rosy hue I sac..t 1.00, all druggist : :x se r-

fnttlfl Sent of piepaid One any part Ad- lon to settler make Gnat ban filed notice la ot his intro on the storks in the tame nhip!ardr. of health tn the cheeks. 1'1 ice 50 SCOTT & BOWNE, Chraisu, New York. !:
Ut BDWUr a GILES & COM- claim. and that said proof will support be made ot before his- and all of them will be completed be- cent U.Y._ I'rice. -T-- : -

K Market SL.Philadelphia. Clerk Circuit Court at Lake City.&a... fore this article --- .
fence strictly confidential. on November elks ISUL! via; James Huberts appears in print. President Roosevelt Ii like a con Those southern Democrats wh' 'I
of Lake City. Fla.. Hd. No. a&TSJ for the nwx They are not remarkably large boats have been '
01 ne" sec 3u tp I south range 17 e. lie names -about SCO feet in length and of trary cow which gives a good bucket dining with President .

FOR PUBLICATION. he following witnesses to prove bis conttnUOIM 3,000 tons burden-but of milk and then kicks it over. Roosevelt will have to be excused I .' I :
residence they the
and are .
upon cultivation ol said _
JHL.lnti.rinr, a ind. via: Charles Faster Hairy Johnson, largest that can be used in the serv -- -_ while they try to get the ta-ste Out of ; s ; : '

$* GalnesvtUe, VU Hanoi and U. S. bill all 01 Lake City ice for which I Mothers everywhere praise Onei their mouths .' .
& SbL\\ 'la- they were I
:1 l
September + W. U. ttobloson. i Minute Cough Cure for the suffer : _,
-1 e1 ea that the following (Ed pd Kegister. that of plying regularly between Chicago i ; .:
j Ins [it relieved and the !lives! of their I To
,_ lied notice of hU Inten- and European Cure a Cold in One Day
tail proof in suptort-of his ports, reaching i 11 little onrs it saved. Strikes at the Take
Laxative .
laid proof will be made beat TAX DEED CERTIFICATE. the ocean by way of the Welland and ,I root of the trouble! and draw out the I Bromo. ,

court at Lake City Fla., Notice IK St. Lawrence canals. The scheme has !' iiiflauiination.j The children' favori ;lets. All druggists: refund the money x
ITiz: William Moses Han- hereby given that Thomas Mc
y.J' EEW for these Coy the purchaser ot Tai Certificate No. J70 attracted a gooddeal of attention j I i he cough cure. A. ILVL>e._ !j li if it fails to cure. E.V.. Grove's _.:

_Btp.Jsrl7e. dated the 7th day ot August A. U. IMW, has because of obstacles and difficulties signature is each ,
i on 25
rWJowing witnesses to rove Hied said certiorate in oillte, a-n bee c.
iitddtnce upon and cultlvaTis made application for tax: deed my to issue and in has accordance which the steamers will have to encounter I i Quite innovation! his 1 in- I

: M.E.Pearce of Lulu, with law. Said certificate em and which I shall attempt produced in Kentucky. Spectatorsi Human nature is the
[&Erato and j. c. Uavlrd. braces the following described same th<* ,
property to describe
t situated In Columbia county. Florida twit ; but the officers of the i! in attendance on the Caleb Powers world over, but it never shows J-

" ,' t p.G. EOEISSOS, Eegtster.J1 : Lot No. lid southern division ol Lake Northwestern Steamship company : trial will be required to leave well uj
at free-lunch
City. Florida. The said land a counter.
being assessed which is to own and tbeir'l
at the date of the issuance of such ctrtln- operate them weapons at the door. --- --
eaU in the name ot ."heir of Sandy Jenkins declare that they will make regular I Stops the
Works off th
JOB PUBLICATION. Unless said certificate shall be I i;
redeemed trips from the bend of Lake
Michigan '
according to law. tax deed will Issue thereon A new remedy for biliousness is Cold.
$i(Interior.krat oa tile 2'D day ot November. A. P MIL to the ports of Europe during the now on sale at G.V.. Price's drug- a

uaiBeiTilie.FlaI Witness my offllial signature and seal this season of lake "navigation, making a store. It is called Cbamberlain'sI Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet '
Mo (
r t. September WL the Sid i,
day ot Oct. A. u I-JUL
__fcy then that the following M. M. Scarborough. Clerk i single voyage in about 18 days. During I i Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives (I cure a cold in one day No cure, n ) a

rtuk4. aotlce la x>f her ot intennl. her- Circuit Court i olumbia county, Florida. the winter m6nth, when the quick i relief and will prevent the attack I pay. Price 25 cents. i

proof support great lakes and theGulf I if given as boon as the first in rI
t nld proof will be made be- I of St. Lawrence ,

UMrtat Lake City. Flaibg1 .. --- are blocked with i'f. they will dication of the disease appears. ,I Probably the_ happy medium, is th* '
Clarissa Tnomax,
Price 25
b iM fur the sw qr of TAX DEED NOTICE. I be employed en the ocean. If thise' 1 i free. cents per box. Samples spiritualistic medium who has t ,

a. :f7 e.t1elaUotiag. Notice Is hereby Driven that C W.Tone th programme is carried out-and there knack of acquiring the 'circulaiin !
witnesses to purchaser ot Tax Certificate No. 317 dated ----- -- -- I :; t r
aons.residence upon andaid the 7th day of April.A. P. 1\100.\ has tiled sat J seems good reason to believe that it 'j An old bachelor says a man is luckyi medium. ,
iattd. rir. V. A. Steep- 'certlucate in my office, and has made application can be, in spite of all difficulties-the ,
ly.A. U. Brown and Kou- tor tax deed to issue In accordance i I at cards and unlucky in love if he I
of ,
season 1901 will be White's Cream I'
a Vermifuge is
iketlty.rla.V.Utoai with law. Said certificate embraces tile tot i: wins in both instances. essentially -

sos. Register. 'lowing described property situated" in Columbia one in Chicago's commercial history. i|I _____ I the child's tonic. It iu- r 0_ '
county. Florida. to-wit; kw of VKH I
of sec. 23. tp. 1. north ol range 11, rail -Wacrea. WVmu'I B....t VI II aotT. 1 j;! C. M. Phelpi, Forestdale, Vt., says proves the digestion nal asslmiluo'\ :
t DEED The said land bring assessed at tbe Nell used his child was completely cured of a of food e
NOTICE. date of the Issuance ot such certificate intbe -She to boast that she strengthening the nervous sf
name ot -owner "unkno n." Unless of the charter bad case of eczema, by the nie oDeWitts and
rgirea that Henry Jobn- was one members of j system restoring tbem to the t. -......
aid ccrimcate shall be redeemed cordir Witch Hazel"Salve.. Beware
s g ; -
tax certificate NO. AM.if the Woman's club.
AB| *l. A. U kwY. ban to law tax deed will issue thereon on the Suffrage She of all couutertl' ts. It instaltly health, vigor and elasticity of spirit 1:

In my ottce. and has Kith Wllne"day of my November.official IIl'Ratureaud A. U. Mil seal this i I i I doesn't appear to be as proud of it i i i relieves piles. A. U. Wise. natural to childhood. Price, i'>r. >
i for tax deed to Usue In ac- now.
the bib day of October A. U. WI. Geo. W. Price. -
described bald certificate emBf sit- M. M. Scarborough. Clerk I Belle-Oh! she's just as proud but I I I A cunning ;is sure to overreach 1-
property ([Seal) Circuit Court ot Columbia C.... 1'1 a. I I
J know the club A woman's face is the
a cooily. rlorlda lo-wlt: you was organized IS ,, j himself sooner or later. rose and her

IfKUBt.W earner of by of ne estate qr bounded ul DaR .-. -- i years ago. and she must have been ;! h_ j tongue la[ the thorn; the rose fade, f

k/IL a by railroad.sat TAX DEED NOTICE. i at least 20 when she joined.-Phila- j| Constipation, impaired digestion'anll hut the thorn continues in busines!

t acre*. Tbe Notice U hereby given that F. F. Brown, : i Record.
taresed at the date ot the li the I.urrbaeruf Tax rertiocate No. 63. I welphla r j' a torpid liver are the most common at the same old stand:

i ccrUkate' la the name ofi dated tbe Tth day ut August. A. U. I..W, has I I !: ailments that are responsible --- -- -

,lccordla/l I ierr i said to ceritdcate law tax Bled made said application certidcate lor in lax my deed and issue ha in I ,,'RE : BLOOD CURE. I j i ii for that tired, listless, fa ged'out TOT CAUSES NIGHT ALAKM '

'oa,. the IJtu day ? e the following described 10rty'I dreaded period to so many people. taked with croup," writes Mrs. J. C. jj-
Waal and seal; situated in Columbia lounly. HorldA. t- i ( ) !i ]
Herbint wilt
cure constipation. It Snider of Crittenden
(M Mpttmber.A. Ix IvuL rout trouble Ky., "it
wit: N % of ne W"' Ik'C. *- 'I11: !I
It.M ScAaaoiu>r<.H. range tie "lJtetn: e&-t. containing .I'IJ' rtKhtacres. J :' i improves the digestion and arouses seemed it would strangle' before uj

rp' Clerk circuit court The maid land being a"'r..o1 at ate "I ,eczema, itching humors, pimples I the liver to normal activity. Price could get a doctor w we :gave: it Dr.King's .,
date ol tbe Issuance ot suttt certiocatelnIbeBame 50 cents. G. W. Price. New
of T. It L. lJau htrey. Unless; I boils, carbuncles blood poison ach- 1 Discovery, which gar<-
aid certiflcate shall be redeemed ai : irdIng ,' quick relief and permanently cure I j
f ITCY NOTICE. to law tax deed mill Issue thereon u njingbones'I I Itbe ; r festering sores, cancer j It might be pObsible to solve the it. We always keep it in the how,' t k,
Mb dar ot November. A. j). Wl 'catarrh rheumatism. Botanic Blood >! to
Court l and seal 'Carrie Nation problem J'Ir sending protect our children from crou,. 4!
Dimtrl i ut F1ui1Jn f u1i Witoemy official signature Balm cures all malignant blood and
October, A. D. 1w1. whooping cough. It cured me of _
this tbe vtb day I her over to do a little missionary
skin diseases, especially advised for chronic
t IDEAL) M M M4HKOHOIGHtlerk a bronchial trouble that n.
Bakkrapt |a the nat
fur anal dlacbarRe.of Circuit Court Columbia County, Flor old, deep-seated cases. It cures work in Bulgaria. other remedy would relieie." Infallible

tittul+er. A. U. IKOI, on ida. when all else fail- Heals every ; -- for coughs, colds, an i

all I $(tie Uad orderedIwi sore or pimple. Stops all aches and Do you suffer from piles? If so do lung troubles. OOc and $l. Trial

yam et P ssvmbrr, A.1) TAX DEED NOTICE. pains by giving a healthy blood sup- ,not turn to surgery for relief. P r- bottles free at Geo. \V. Price'-

sari at Jack.oatl>le. la said that M 5. Knigh,t ply. Thoroughly tested for 30 years' Witt's Witch Halve will cure more drug store.Cuba's .
is given
rid ta U the toreu ou. aud tb"lunba.-r Notice hereby lit 'fax .rtiliratell No. I.t and :': Thousands cured. All drug stores 'quickly, I surely and safely, saving you -- t
ew.paprr publUhed prtolyd In l u.I 1 I'la dated for IItb d.lY ot Autu"L A U. 1 and''"*" |: $l per large bottle. Our readers ,the expense and danger of an operae first election day as a fee -
tell that all IIMIWB ha* Bird mid crrttflrae 101 wT omce. I I will receive a trial treatment feeby (tion. A. U. Wise.
deed to Issue +I country is fixed for
tax "
pas I February l lint.
made appli.-atl.n
intermit i ).-. Gil!, "l:: k
nay appear wIth law Said embraces i- i I a'riling; I i.n, 1'Y.
i MM*> place ihc and how cause lo accordance tbe IitllowinRdesrnlieu projieriy sit'- !-it., .Atlanta Ga. Dc-Bcril tl'l I T. Wesson Gholsonville., In the meantime we sincerely hoi i*

._ 'r f w granted.[prayer ol And the III.m ald. :uatedln tviumbla county' K *W '* uiswa and free m, dual :1.l1nce.given.1. 1, i druggist:: writes: "Your One Minute the Cuban's have not been reading

_Ighe ewirt that the
Yt 1" w amd k*** credit' ul .,trr5 ...-c. "a tp ti. =, range. 11 south and rae ,t. I I I''tion. My customers say it is thee Savannah.L. .
UU order ad .
*t yl.ces of rekldeoi* The said land brio ass a.rd at the .ate..1,e Out in Colorado the Indiai.s ar I IJ best remedy for coughs, colds. I
the namut
for Issuance of ..udl crrttUtatr to 1 ;and lung troubles." A. 1:. Wise. >
said seer[ wardenPerhaps j
i.J W. W.Locke. owner "unknu1I'o. Cults J: shooting guue I E.
Judge be redeemed according to lai KOBERSOS. A. R SMALRODERSON '., .
LUMl IM seal thereof a tale shall th :i. think thtyare a new kind of '
the l day 'f
MM < tai deed will I..ue thereon on they Just as like as not some one will sit: SMALL.
Mrkt.oa the
,. W. LuntL day. 01 Witness Nu.emlwr my ul11c1alalj'uature A. U. 1\101. an..a I this )Igamc.i I now suggest that a bunch of mint be ATTOKJTJS1S .I T LA\]\ '

J sdge.'CY ul Ortuh..r, A. I'. I JI. I i '
the lUll day W M. Scarboroul Clerk worn as Watterson campaign i LAKE CITY AND JASPER FLA.
I IIs.all
C/rcultlurtutl'uluwbiolu tu. badge. Will do a general practice In State an I
KOTICE.M ; HUMPHREYS'VnERINARYSRCinCS I I Federal courts. Collections and convey an. :
ing. Lake City office. Second floor V i. -
n.KnClrrCOTIl't Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a I zautlllock dlstw-ur.
.t Pturwa mere stimulant to tired nature. It .

la a U. WheUtooe I.. So District t.urt of Florida :'s* *'...' *!! "'.... lala8IIIIA- ; affords the stomach complete and I
ire natter ol prii Southern ell trict A.A.IFgTER8.I 'e.f'I. Milk $15 to $18 a Week.
.. absolute rest by digesting the food
st F' I n the matte' IMPRIV La__. lajurie/ salary for an intelligent man: or woman 11
beeumber. ... BwkWt. You
A. D.. IUa t. D. whetstone ;itUKM 1 IhcrmaIIs'a. I lOU eat. don't hate to diet, I each town Yrrmanrnt'ptnrtion. Ill '
a tear.itatUUoa be IIU order. ol petition for ti Au1.oilsalds.barge.On A. U IYlIl o tn |'. C'.I hOKIC THROAT lllIiDIIr, IpbooW!: ; but can enjoy all the good food you ner hour tor spa rc time. Manufacture cen1': ,
day had up n tblll ub "01),01 1a tltf.n Il 1 cyntf I UUicttpef i want Kodol Dyspepsia cure instantly 114)1711. rtnladL'lpaia. OIIKICUABANTEED jI
atNJut avil.Iii'tfutk reading the turrg".nR 1w: had Ul"n th" WOBMg. .... Crubn. |
by the court. that a lien' tuft "iSil, relieves that distressed feeling -I I s
la the loreaiMMi. name on the Ttb day ot N..", mla r. A. U. ia\d .. Imaaesa. iaaaael after eating life
K.E.M'OlCHArpU j ; giving new
you qJ'MiliMw
ln ;
be pebf.kej it Ti brtore said ;'"rk""n"Ule. allddldrlct. terra i Lu.... ri ..,....." I ,
t all ws nown ter printed creditor In at &be lu t l.u..I" I..rrnuun... In 1'n.. .... .,UfUiurYea UbicoterY.K ... ... f and vigor. A. It. Wise. |I IIIoDUA
that noll aJUJI
Uurt t may appear a tlU Vf.. : .at: PaUS crodlt.: Incn G./I. Preweatll MISCARRIAGE.t I 0 It has been estimated that the ex- $5.000 DEPOSE f
a4 stow
Iriteld u* proper leaver cause ol th 1 t I ors said*&WSff3&X ,t II.H. i|KIBSEY *BLADDER D180RDE tt>P.pense I j of living is about five per cent I Ij R. R. FARE PAID '

nut be ira&trd. And at 7T Kit DI8BA8ES. Aaase .p :
hear : I 200 FREE
; .
byikario.ri. that the '.au...... If BwTsajs lra grantee', aiw !been. Grease '. j I higher now than it was a year ago. i i
man W all t."ws creel,. tile said court tQ J. K.j'B tD ('O\DITIO\. Ft.rlas COiII. jN -vertheless, we prefer to stand for Scholarships offeir '. ; '''
prutlal buuucY
sea thU order lad/ie.t4oa. \i.ilt
And It U S? all !know torso btaiiBaok. I II1oI.k IU -
lu their Utt4 of realb shall stud marl to llaablecue.Ter sp as [ it rather than In ing.CASTOFMA. \
Ithe clerk .. and thi1 orcrcdaoranutl1' QjC each; .. Oar.oelpt of price i quit CA.-ALA.BUSINESSCOLLECE.Macon.C: "
*' or soot ptrYald
tIn1II. ;
At ...
le lame W. Le t m. addr...K..kiii. in t ..mre..n. .*, bola'' otd..r tlutu4brtir'mtu4lMbrtiee .. 1i000lcll1tt:0..1'Cyr.Iidu... &n t'_.D :' -- I .
sad tbs seal therroi. at ... a. slated.ottlhe sa..!i.. ; ia
alit*wrlct em the twcotyattt r thel'e I.oc.e. at
saidUcourt. thereJell DEBILITYVITAL
a d the At ltl1.lal'ko"nHe. NERVOUS : ;
w Judge. Ito said dl.tri't., un HEADACHEi1
day ut .\Uxu't, A, t'Iv 1. WEAKNESS I For Infants and Children.
.. __ l Seal) sties \U- Lock e.lerk.A Prostration from Overwork I
true cups Attest. E. and I The Kind You ( w .
._ : Humphreys': or other Homeopathic causes. SpecificsNo. Hare Always Bought L'I :

% Wl. in use over 40 ye.t'8. the onl Y Bears atIJtI:1tJ1I&4 !
1! IrR BcugIt successful remedy. ofrku '

taI N tts haul or ;/ $1 .,rialor.PNlaIpacku..penr.-", ,IoU,"east,.......oa rocolfl d metesay Signature AI I. dn4 ..... H 1..a a5c. i.: .,

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4 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1874 1

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The L. Gitizen. -Reporter,. the into On two use.motion water of troughs Aid. Rogers and put the them clerk A STRONG, VIGOROUS MAN'I t tIs j

was authorized to pay R. C. Gaineyten .
A. H. DODD,AuitUnt Editor. j
dollars and five dollars per week

Official, the Newspaper Town of of Lake Columbia County and until next meeting of council, on expense .
City Florida.
Published every Friday at Lake City Fla. of B. F. McFarland now sick. Liable to Break Down-Pe-ru-na is j

Office-South ot Courthouse Square.a..rlia1ag The report on hyacinths was approved I II'

showing balance since last report : Sure to Restore.
Rata Firaubed ipoi Applicatloa.q expended 50. j ji jk jI1

q Entered In Lake City postofflce at second The cemetery committee was au-
class matter. i j
thorized to ascertain cost of a pipe TONIC is a medicine: that -;.
gha .
tars i
Subscription $1.00 Per Year. and spring faucet at cemetery.The A to some put of the y teiB. 1'lsrs Mm''

bill of H. L. Dodd was referredto are different kinds of toaki,IS ,_ j

FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 1901. finance committee with power to I1 I the tonic moat needed in this eoutrr j
act f fe where catarrh i* to prevalent, fa !1

The tonic that operates on the mooou atn. j
following accounts
were or-
Messrs. Epainanondas carter and
dered paid: W. H. Kempton, $17.40, I
Ulysses Grant Kramer of Frankfort, /171 i Peruna Is a tonic to the moeooi
feed of prisoners for mouth, to date rI I *
; I I branes of the whole
i ( body. It
Ind., who have been in the city prospecting gives tone Jjc'
G. L. Barnes, $6, lodging to the
bought thia, week of C. F. pauper; capillary circulation which cos- !
Guy Gillen, drawing ordinance spec- / stitutes theae delicate membranea.
McKhann a large tract of land lyinga
ial licenses, $15 H. R. Henderson, Peruna U a
; specific in lu ;
few miles north-east of the city. openUaa
copy of ordinance, 12.50 H. A. Wilson upon the mueoua membrane.
; i It U -:
Mr. Carter purchased about 4000 I! 1 l a
J5, burial of pauper, Jesse Will- }t tonic that strikes at the root of all cv '
acres and !lr. Kramer about 2000.
iams; Lake City Electric & WaterCo. i tarrhal affection It give ton to the
This land is fertile and under intelligent L'I minute blood vessels and the tormtoaf
., water and lights for September,
farming will yield] abundantly.The nerve fibres. Catarrh
$234.34: also two telephones, $2, for I cannot ku
above named gentlemen will ]locate whero Peruna la need InteUigoaaj
September; C. H. Rauleraon, hauling !
on the property with their families 'AY'a I Peruna sects out catarrh in all tho hid ,_:
and have induced several Indi barge, 50 cents; G. W. Koon, police, den parts of the body. ,,:,;
$3 Geo. Douglass police $4.50 Alex a tt1l -
; ; Paul Landrum :'
ana families to come with them. writing from Atlaata, :
They contemplate taking immediate Sapp, police, to date, $16.66; S. R. t1l :. Ga.,says:
O'Quinn, $1; Dr. W. M. Ives, $2, attendance
"In lut I
January the
steps to settle about 500 immigrants. M of
on pauper; W. H. Wilson your Peruna and Manalia for what
It is a pleasure to welcome these Id m I
$139.29! being three-fifths fees as as ; termed organic heart trouble. At that
people among us and we hope that 1 '
sessor for 1901; fire company, $10, t : time I could scarcely walk to my place
they in their home.
may prosper new I[ fire 19th; G. O. Adicks, $3, drying of bcsine&a without (topping to teas and e

hose; W. M. Terry, scavenger, $35 to t on arrival felt completely exhausted.

A company is being organized in 5th; M. Brewer, police, ,$1.50; C. C. t !ii lli Had severe pains hi my heart and general
Jacksonville, which will undertaketo \ dizziness. After thing the Brat bottled :j
Stewart, police, $3; R. J. Stewart I
Peruua I began to
build long-distance telephonelines i improve and Wall I t
2.50; D. A. Watts, for cutting tree ) t
feel that I
{ connecting that city with Tal am a sound man and I work .
lahasseel Palatka, St. Augustine, ;$1; J. H. Briggs, two horse fountains, fourteen hour a day without any Ud 1
: $114.45; W. M. Ives, fees and salary feeling"-Paul land ram.
Fernandina, Lie Oak, Lake City i I
to Ub. A. M. Ikerd, an employee of the C.B.
and in conjunction with the Peninsular -
which it The petition of Mrs. L. D. M. 4: Q. R. R.West Burlington,la,write:
Telephone Company,
I. "I had catarrh of tie tuinach aid
Thompson to build two
will meet at Palatka, with all the cottages
towns of ) with metal roofs, on block 87, north small iaUitincs for a number uf yean.
any importance throughout I went to a number of docfen and gU _
ern division and Dr. W. R. Chalker
Florida. The which is ,
.company no relict. Finally one of my docturt
ready to apply for a charter, will be to repair his stable, were granted.The tent me to Chicago and I met the sass J

known as the Florida Long-Distance clerk and treasurer's report fate. They said they could do notaiaf

Telephone Company. It will build' for the quarter was approved. for me, that I had cancer of the stutter !

with the lines at present contemplated I The bill of E. L. Snowden, $10.66, } 1 and there was no cure. almost Uuogat

at least three hundred miles {I for map showing location of town, !-RANK the same, for my breath was tometoiag 1
D1J'4nNoce. awful. I could hardly It&ai1il, It wugo ,
was refused payment and A. B.
s of metallic circuit. The presidentof I
offensive. I could not t..t aataia|
the company Is Chas. F. Speed, Brown requested to make affidavit without great misery, and 1 gradually
who is thoroughly acquainted with to his plat as required by land offices grew worse. 1

The bill of $3 of C. II. Raulerson ]
the telephone business hi
through "Finally I got one of your bouts. tai
; long connection: w th. the American was ordered returned to him for ap A ;
Frank Dunn Alderman concluded I would try Pern ,and thuk j
Twenty-Fourth District writes '
Electric Telephone Comjany. The proval. God, I found relief and a cure fur tlat _
gther officers are \V. N. Shine, vice- The tax books of 1901 tax $7,738.73, from 232 East Fifty-Eighth Street, New York City: dreadful dLit>a.e. I tuuk flvr bottle of

president,and C. J. M. Shine of the I were approved. The Peruoa Medicine Co., Columbus, 0.: Peruna and two of Manalin, sad i sue <,

Jacksonville Telephone Company On motion council adjourned. Gentlemen : "There Is no remedy for a broken-down system 1l't'llike: alley' wan. There nuUuaf '
1 I better than Peruna, and 1 tarp a butti
Attest W. M
secretary and treasurer. : Clerk. I that 1 know of which will so effectually restore health as Peruna. in my house all the time."-\. >>Iirl

COUNCIL Whenever I am overworked cr suffer from the consequences ot I If you do not dertv prompt) and *au>
I II I a cold a few doses of Peruna builds me up again more quickly than factory result from the uae > write at once to I>r. lUrtiutn. Cn-1I1I a 1
Council Chamber, Lake City, }'Ia.I I The board of county commissioners anything I ever tried. I find it especially valuable for catarrh. full statement of your faiui b., will ,

Qct.* n, 1901. met in special session yesterday Three bottles cured me three years ago of catarrh of the stomach and I tie pleaded to girt }ou his tUlut.r 9

Council met, President Parker pre- for the purpose of receiving bids for I have never had the least symptoms of it since." 'I vice gratis.

gilding; present, Aid. Gillen, Plymp- the new courthouse. The commis Very truly Address Dr. Hartman Pr..Wr14l uf

ton, Watts and Rogers. sioners Chairman IL The Hartman Sanitarium, l'uWIotKW
present were:
Alderman 24th Dlst. N. Y.
The minutes of tfvo last meetings T. Boozer, and Messrs. T. W. Get- : ___' n IiI_ Ohio. ,

read and approved. zen, A. F. Humph, F. M. Smith and ---- -,

'The special committee on streetsin G. A. Smithson. I WHEREAS Resolutions of Re.-p.ct. I I "7" Mixture-the greatest blood ,,j Fruit! fruit! fruit' If \ .... ,

NW part of town was granted u nThe following bids I Oure&teemedmember. to ..
were presented: purifier of the 20th century. Voung'sDrugstore. can remember \ "i I'is
Mr. Ollie M. Kinnison ufere.t'
til next meeting to,report. (I. \v. Otis, Jacksonville, .13,377; has !> the plat f to nu\ "'".
the ]loss, by death, of his only brother
The committee on lights reported E. Fairish, Lynchburg, \ a., $ ,..J'1 : cheap.
Elma (J. KimiUon, and
recommending that the light near Nicholas Ittner; Atlanta, Ga., $42124 : ,- i

Seminole Lumber Co. mill be removed ; F. \I. Dobson, Bay Minette, Ala., WHEREAS. Through him we e"- I 8""ooo"oooo"""""",,""" ",e
to foot of Columbia street at I $34,1,00.The I :eew, respect and feel deeply inter- I' i"-"'""" .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, '" '. 'i'I

Q I intersection of Railroad street, one bid of U. W. Otis being the I sted in his parents, be It i(I $ Our Fall and
RESOLVED That the : ':
new light at Columbia and Hills- lowest, it was unanimously accepted.The Monday Er- i

borough streets, new light at Madison contract was signed and the contractor ning Club, by its members, tender I it
and First I..o each of them an expression of our Winter Goods. :
streets, new light in was allowed fifteen days in I :

front of College, one new light at St. which to file bond in the sum of 320JOO ,- I .heir leep feeling hour of and sympathy in this I 'if Have arrived and there are many nice thinefi -.I. I

Johns and Davidson streets. The re- ) for the faithful performance of sorrow and bereave- Fabrics that you will need between now and cuo'! .. .1. I
port was adopted. I IS. the contract. jient, and, be it further T therefore, we unite jou call and see the nrur guotif .' I

B Thompson as assignee was : Architect Frank P. Milburn will RESOLVED, That one copy of these I \" are opening{ upf II I

permitted to settle the personal tax have direct supervision of construction ) resolutions be furnished them and a '
for 1900 by paying cost and on &00 I'I', and the builder is under contract i lor:or-y furnished the local papers !. Keep Off The Earth ::
valuation. .
I to complete the work by July Done and ordered bv an act of the .I weather aQIUI h as (xi-Mlile: that i- keep ai uiu. hd.. ,
t Dr. J. A. Townsend's petition to recover 1st, 1902. club in I t'r tictufi'tiini I
and .
regnlar meeting assembled.T. Mother F: nth .t> you ,m .II.
his dwelling with cypressshingles. 80 per cent. of the contract prices C. WAITS I.j i'urrIt'i th.' uise-t in the begmuii; and h...n... -t II
; to be paid as the work progresses. I'earll'rice. if i'nil.:to ni-y your -.hoe-, hero. School Iines for :. ;" I I
I I W. Gordon Hrown, A ,ice> and tjle-
The mayor was authorized to appoint 20 per cent. will be retained until the /i

I t next extra day policeman for ;I., building is completed. Monday evening, Oct.t'oamiittce.21. *jf In fact call at the Big Store for anything you :'

I On motion of Ald. Rogers that a Electric and Water Company. I In his bloodthirstinesCount---- -- -- Boni "afrj f want new and up-to-date. /

committee be appointed to ascer- ,. While on our regular rounds last Castcllane attacked and I

tain at what price rock can be procured week we called at the office of the I; a pet dog the other divBom severelyaurt i I i N edri ''XII''1"1.,. J E. I man & Co. I'

by railroad. The president ap- Electric & Water Company! Iud, in ought to tacklo a dog of his OW' I. ,

1 yoiuted Aid. Rogers, Gillen and company with Mr. K.V.. Adams, I size i ,oo.oo,,ooovooooooooo" os' s!
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J -- I eyelevoo ...zeeoeeeee"eo .i.,, ..
Watts. were pleased to go over the estab- The heart of an Indiana man i> :
The petition of citizens to have lishment and note recent "
I improve said to be
slowly turning to atone. ..IO.(}.< . .. .. ., 1
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terra cotta drain laid from Marion I ments. If this U ,(1 U O U O () U (I l1 UlltOa. > < !
.. keeps up he may be able some Y .uSU s\Ii. n\ :\,. \ : ". L. ,, ,, ;. L; '., Lt' ,. :
street to Lake DeSoto along Hamilton All the old waterworks and elec- :lay to qualify as, the manager of ..... !
street was granted. t trical machinery, in use when the I some charity bureau.
I Resolutions of I ---- Watches Given Away.
thanks from fire department j present company assumed :
control'l We will all probably agree that ,
were read. has been taken out and

On motion "that the collector be i I other parts. The old style lights Chauncey:matrimony home is a good at nights thing if and it keeps pre- I tti .

authorized to accept $25 as a licensetax were supplanted a month ago with I :ents him from making 1
any more | Beginning Oct. I 1st to Dec. I 1st 1901 :
upon opera house for present I series alternating arcs, increasing .tfter-dinner speeches. A<:. } ,..
year." The motion was lost. the candle power to -_')lO. The old

On motion of Aid. Gillen it was ordered style open arc lights! only gave a I i Deafness Cannot be Cured || given avayvith every Suit of iMen'-\ !

that candle of bv local applications, the .... !
a committee of four be power law j as annul rea. h

appointed on the matter of opera- The plant H equipped with new t only ihedi.rarJ one way]x to>r cure deafness oj the car., ana There that K II> *\ Clothing one Nickle Plated \\"akli.Al '

house tax, with power to act. The | machinery of the very best makes |j I'y ausvd constitutional bv an inflamed remedies condition I".aln..h ot the is .J .

president appointed Ald. Gillen, j and is complete and -to-datc| in'' mucous\\'hen this lining tube ot gets the inflamed eustathian you have Tube a guaranteed for one year. Prices on :all *!

Rogers, Plympton and Watts. i[ every particular. Not being sa tis. I ambling>undor Imperfect btanng, and I ,
i tied with the former ry creditable when Ills entir,'ly closed deatndss is there- I Ymerchandise g !
The matter of purchasing hose, > analyses] of the artesian water, Mr. I! .-.ult and unless the inflammation can lie'' | guaranteed. .,
etc. motion of Aid. ; taken out and this tube restored to iu nor- !
was, on Rogers i
Adams has !
jOttt completed additionI aial condition hearing will lie destroyed t* .
referred to. finance committee. i I tests which prove conclusively !!, forever Nine cases out ot tea are cau..d H RnBla ., :.
V < BH M B ***
by catarrh. which b but MVB a> iiWB H H H a i i a Bi V
nothing an inflamed .
The reports of licenses collected to j I that it is pure and wholesome. condition ot the mucous surfaces. '
date 11713.50 were on'motion of Aid. -- -__ II i We Kill give one hundred dollars for any I E
The census-report shows:: that the I I caM ot deaines. (caused by catarrh> that M. L. PLYM PTON :
Gilles filed for reference. cannot be cured by Hall- Catarrh Cure .
males outnumber the females in this crud' cur circular. cert.F .'
On motion of Aid. Gillen the street country. But the litter makes up I J.CekSEVLCoTulydo.0. I .'4'1 DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE ,./4'l'r
by JV'H ,
committee authorized to locate in Hivrer what they lick In numbers. drufKI..h : '
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Hall .I
family Tills an tin bet % 1 L( (w) wwww 4).().().4..iiw4i 4.4)

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..' tit f.lIalh'Tar est rincy and moat and Plain complete to suit stock everyone of mi taste and Winter??. ,, I 8-* Clothing ft Clothing! .. Clothing! C $

C >"' Don't want you to read. Just notice my prices and give me a calL You'll save 50 q

Moie 1lli1llS S of I (f vei ij D lleciilloo. I per cent on every Black dollar.Clay all I have wool too Mens much Suits in stock worth and want$10 to for get S7.50 rid of it. I'll sell '

14 worth $8 for $5.00 t

: FALL AND WINTER HATS + Nice Cheviot check Suits worth $6 for $4.00 "f r
.Trimmed to order by experienced Mens black Suits fns
) milliners. for $4.50. Boys Suits from 75c up.

n.-' jFJLEY., WILSON, BLOCK. SMALL Now: is time to buyI g've you a chance to get all your WINTER CLOTHING FOR A _
..'.;." < AMOUNT OF MONEY. I also have a nice line of TRUNKS on which I can save Y
I you money if you purchase of me. I certainly with
T sympathize you, as I know your money
comes hard and I
;moo I girE you the LOWEST PRICES you can get in town.


I Mr. and.Mrs. H. M. 'r', z :.
ews Notes. Leeo Jen. ort* 1V1 STEIN.A
.flings, were In the city Saturday and
I'Sunday. .
at Young's Drug .

6 I Staten Co. have just received a -. .----- -- -.------ -- --- -.. .. .. .
--- --- '
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|* Watta&5on'a drug and big line relfers of ladies'and and misses'jackets Mr. S. C. Starr on last Tuesday Red, yellow and white onion sets at I To produce a orOugh- alterative: I i >?
invites disposed of his
you to call grocery store to Mr.J. Watts &Son's drugstore. "&
and effect, the blood, kidney and liver a,
Inspect .
them. T. Turner. Mr. Turner has had --- Ii -}
ysade flying trip Thomas W. Lawson, of considerable experience, and proposes Beginning Oct. 1st, to Dec. 31st, I must be thoroughly treated. "7" t ?
Mixture x
acts on alL .
y paid $7,500 for one horse and J. D. to conduct an up-to-date grocery 1901, given away with every gull of store. Young's Drug- ';1 .M

ylltit spent Saturday Crabb will sell you one gallon of establishment. We wish him men's clothing, one nickel plated : .f

the Springs. I Horse Shoe Rye for 13.00. See the success.In watch, guaranteed for one year. I harmers, Attention. ".*-<

oM.Lake City boy, lai difference! ? the next three or four days the Prices on all merchandise guaran
Racket Store teed. At 11. L. I'lyinpton's.If We are now ready to receive orders
tithe city The will be packed and
council ha' *
bought two iron ----- for ginning. We hare secured a "
-' jfcisltthat the mar horse troughs at a cost of 1145-45 and jammed full of new goods just from you want goods cheap or if you the services of Mr. W. '1
1 soon be ringing. will have them stationed at convenient northern markets. Do not fail I have chickens, eggs, turkeys or fat I T. Drew, who is recognized ai one of '
to call
places for and get our prices before purchasing pigs; call at the Buckhorn Store. R
iJB left Monday to the accommodation the best ginners in this section of
fla South Florida. of farmers and others. ; elsewhere. We can save I 'If you want to buy or swap horses, I the state, who will have charge ot OS,*
| } r,
you E. G. FLOWERS.
money. se'e Ales
'' kid gloves I Women don't know much about the l Sapp. i the gin. Located near the F. C. & P. 4j y "

guarantee*or,button,$1.00. possibilities of brick, stone,steel and The] colored people's campmeeting :I!|i I 1 If you want fish or oysters. give I I i freight depot and convenient to all gyp.I .
at Watertown Kit
ended Sunday in a j Bostic your order.

wood, but they can take two strings I II j I I customers-the Inman Ginnery. J, ,
'Turner, of White grand jubilee. On these occasions !I M. J. SAPP& SONS.J .
a piece of ribbon and a bit ohagand I i iI I Proprietor. S
|li the city Tuesday. Watertown; is the Mecca for the ne
put to shame the creative faculty of --- -- --- ... s
: Marion street gro populace within a radius of a .
on. all ..
mankind. "" "
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Ii ins seed repairing.Dtinrin hundred miles, and, in point of attendance I I 4 1
There will be a of
the last .
several one was no exception -
spent City Chapter of Masons next Friday to the rule. i i

this week on busicwae night, Oct. 25, at 7:30, to confer the The FALL AND WINTER I
Monday Evening Literary | J
Most Excellent : S
don't fail and Royal Arch de- Club met this week at the residence j. 5 iib
to town grees. All companions 1
are cordially \j Of Mrs. L. A. DoJd. The brogram : <
fit popular drygoodsbay invited to be present to assist in the was short but well rendered. The !j; (\ Millinery of the latest styles, <*?
work. II I
Club meets on one Friday night in I and very Lowest "Prices, also anew -2
yon cheaper Don't forget the ladies entertainment each month to give the members : A line of Art Goods at J (

there? O yes I do, at at Chapel Hall, next Friday \ who go to college a chance to attend I[ f ,: 3 f+

evening, Nov. 1st, given by the ladies and will meet tonight at the home of !! f Cl'l bL 11 j f 11 i n ri

!jaunt, of Tampa, is of the Episcopal church to raise Miss EthelVarren.. | funds for the
of Mrs. A.ons
guest rectory. Let everyone
turn out and encourage their efforts' city( the first of the week and left I j Monroe Block. Marion St. {' SGt.ryr

i arrived In the by attending. Tuesday morning for his home in Atlanta I I jlt r Ci

i New Jersey, where What you want is the right kind of I II where he will remain perman ,

goods at the right kind of prices. He has been I :)
stamen ently. employed as .,
I I '
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I have them. The best goods at the the EastCoast Lum-
Isis and children left stenographer at .. .
ater, where they I. lowest prices. After having priced j j ber Company for the past several -- -- :

winters elsewhere while in the city, call at years and has given perfect satis- I i tr

ithe l Racket Store and be convinced. faction. He is a favorite with his 'j
nr b a full I'
[ J t I The old reliable E. G. Flowers, in employes and the young people of I j SHOE SPECIALS I )1'
tled'bols' clothing at .
I charge.Mr. '
Lake City who are loath to give him
t price*. '
G. Wash. Waldron is
+ R: now buy up.
adshaw and J. M. j LADIES LACE I MEN'S VICI (
ing cotton for the Florida GinningCompany. Chas. C. Curry, representing the > ,
i week. Price $3 to $3.50 3.50 and 4.00 p
considerable experience in the cotton -1 was in the city this week getting !

-y Friday, Nov. Tat, j I business and the people have absolute subscribers for a lyceum course. ; MISSES LACE.

find recitation entert -1 confidence in his integrity. He has met with a great deal ofencouragement i A SUPERIOR, BOY'S #
miss It.'Meigs The Florida is fortunate and Button Spring Heel, many _,
Ginning Company
and thinks he will suc-
Styles, 8 to 212. Prices $1 School Shoe, price $2. others .
iii accompanied in securing his services.Mr. ceed in getting a sufficient numberof 1251401.50 & 1.75 at $1. $1.' 5. $1.50 & $175

llifnley.left MouC John R. Clarke, of the Atlan signers to assure the course of six

4 i fcr Mobile, Ala. ta.: Alkahest Lyceum, lectured at the entertainments, lectures, impersonations LADIES LACE
4 J L E. RobinsontSaturday College Tuesday evening on "To and vocal and instrumental con 1 Strong and Soft Lined with INFANTS SOFT SOLES _

and left Fro in London." The audience was certs. Double tickets for the seas- I heavy Canton flannel every White Blue, Pink Tan and

'if to attend court. small but appreciative. The speak on are $4.00. i I j pair guaranteed. Sizes 3 to Black, Button and Lace sizes i

f to call at the Racket er's Impersonations of the English, |.I It is our sad duty to chronicle the i)i I 9. Price $1.50 0 to 4. Price 50c only.

best goods, the Irish and Scotch were excellent. death of Elma G. Kinnison, of ty- j I

1 worthing to please The lecture was Instructive and hear- : phoid fever, at the age of 16, at his F

tily enjoyed.Mr. home in Atlanta, on Thursday night, j' b m JflS. E. YOUNG '

e,ef Nashville, Ga., and Mrs. Irvine Morgan and 17th Inst. lIe attended the college y &t'e'.

|Tuesday on a visit to baby, of Saaderson, were in the city here last year and made a record for I I GOOd, .. ... ... O&t'Q\P
student at the colkEttll Sunday. Mr. Morgan is a graduate studiousness and good behaviour. I

of the Florida Agricultural Collegeand The youngest of only two boys, he i

Brown,of Lake his many friends in this city will was the idol of his parents and his air "ta

I day* In the city be glad to learn of his success in death was a great blow to them. __h __ __________ __ .

:..icf- the family ofr Baker county. He was elected superintendent We extend to his'parents and brother ............................()
J of public instructionlast our heartfelt sympathies.

yard and ton ar- November and the people are I : JUST ARRIVED AT Q, .

.?assay from Cyake highly pleased w ith his administra Don't Miss It. I THE DOLLAR RShoes .

this city their tion. I -
? The ladies of the Episcopal church : i iN
At the request of some friends and vo.aland I A NEW LOT OF ODR WELL KNOWN '
musical concert,
Wright,John Streety, Mrs. will give a
kKILLoflerandllen- patrons, last Friday night instrumental at Chapel Hall { O- iI II
recital, for ?
Waugh' music class g aye a $1.
Nov. 1st for _
evening, ,
next Friday
Monday on a whowere
camp of those
much to the delight
liMUFe river. Every action of her the purpose of raising money to fin I ALL AS SOLID AS LEATHER CAN MAKE THEM. I iA
cordially invites pupils showed that a master spirit ish paying for the Episcopal rectory. Bed Comforts Blankets.Sheets and Pillow Casts,at prices below anybody. j

keClty and vicinity had guided them. The progress and The best talent of the city and will thereis take See our Ladies Dress Skirts for only $ 1.00 -
in the
ton )Frldar and SatZEtb proficiency made is certainly very part who they are beauties., Boys Clothing a Specialty. We know we can save you
to ice her All grades and styles of a treat in store for everyone I muuey. Give us a call 5
J Hats. o15 to attends. After the enll'rtainUlentI YOURS TO PLEASE,

[||C sf WIMwood, wa* music difficult, from ,pieces the first, were elements graceful is over arrangements will be made I ( LAKE CITY. FLA. H. Ft. URIEr. (
some wish i to dance. }
for those who i
told day this week ly executed. We felt it an honored I ....................."0 J
Mr.M [ .
privilege to be present. who owe me j -- -- _
All -'- -- !
f old tlme-hon otice. persons ------ -
i>tlftvh Bell > The city was thrown into a state of N are requested to settle their \rSiy>?x>AAAy>?<>t W> >W> x x>wmwwwmx5<>?<> < <>*<>5<>'*
f Saturday accounts on or before the-lst I V v v v k v y v v fv .va> iA .y ;.
t el the heavy dock commotion at about 10 o'clock ando of January 1SM! >. I_positively carry ;,I I S3 l
of fire
!>*l"k" Palmer had tit night by the alarm I over no accounts. M. l lATTEND L. PLYMPTO

that place Mon'i the lurid glare, as seen from a distance .1 What do You Eat? i iI
indicate a conflagration k 9
seemed to
taU ,,1 THE
before that the court.criptlon therei of dangerous proportiOns.It I M Did You Ever Stop to Think of That? JjI 5

It was nothing more,.however, than of I N _
to th table and the Opening Do you know tbat the markets are Hooded with adulter4
faiMon magazine, Dr. W. It. Chalker's :1 ated goods of all kinds and tbat you are liable to eat F ;
I succeeded in easily ex- i. things you would not like it you are not careful about
for every pur* fire company WINTER MILLINERYAT +:'1 what you buy? M .M
tinguillbinr[ the dames. The I )It To be sure ol getting/ all She Purest and Best Groceries. :;
WlBnlng Oct. lit out o.f the 'ii we buy only brand tbat are guaranteed to be pure. We H .
Call for were gotten buy them from reputable bouses and -
i purcha9pins' e buggy MILTON'S we can assure our
damage to tither.The MRS. T. N. customers that article of
*. building without .every bought us shall be pure
and wholesome.U
made al
other forage I !!(V
Roberto hay and had surroundlog +A ree delivery of goods to all part of the city. .
formerly big blale for a time and K
-soy of Jackson* property ownefll badly frightenedDreChalkere Friday and Saturday, +, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, SHOES, 1
City Sunday. He the lire 1:1: a ofco" P AND GENTS FURNISHINGS. U {
ice the the loss Oct. 25th and 26th. I j jGyoressSHIiiQlestS.
Improvemade of repairs ate $bU
i in Lake teats and the cost N. B. LONG.g

x in which h Og1TOR.: =g. t !.)J Lake City,Fla. Dealer in General Merchandise t i
hate long since lht[ d gal Ma.urns- : + fj +

mUtantlal the brickground they =:: ?,"- sal*BV ill. D. CMFPPARD. J w"wWwwwwww4 i

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6 THE CfT1zEN- EPORT' R Established

-.- .--- 1874' ":
-- -

this stifling boat, rocking on a brazen <

stream, with nothing to see but trees their !;search and turned to her : .
and sky a red clay embankment and Not one Situp an army of half-clad negroes toililt;. unsipi>orU"J: they rtianWetl
under the lash of the foreman's voice. the cabin in a eriitwi'ie pltt,
Sometimes she wished that she had man strurlinK; to thr.'st his aei;
in bed.When not indulged her whim to spend the to the fn.nt. They stopj.r.1 s
month with her father at his work; from her as. though repelled by
but the Manila mails are far between, of glaisVe .
and she could not sit and look at one "\ wants that money!" The

photograph all summer,no matter how er's \(,! '? broke ill firoiis: I.: !
it becomes necessary to attractive it "We ffoia' semi you dawn the

sit up in bed to get your breath; The opposite bank lay green and laik we diil; the foreman, ef y ,

when the least exertion such as cool under deep willow shade. "I'd give it up. An' you better be' beta
like to row over there, if I could takethe' lady missy!"
walking, sweeping, singing, money along." she thought as she Marion looked at the row of : of
talking or going up and down lifted the trunk lid again and inspectedthe heads beside him. His own pg. :

stairs, causes shortness of contents. "But there's such a lot, that of vengeful; ape; the N'
-why, Peter, what do you want" drenched forehead, the ia this, _
breath, fluttering or palpitation; Peter, the cook's boy, stood at her eyes, the savage, baft J
then it is time to do somethingto elbow. "Jim wants know what you'd I mouth, drew closer and closer. & cf

brace up and strengthenyour Talk for supper," he said, dropping his i shook her head and swept an ;
eyes before her sharp glance, but not: flourish.
failing heart. Take Dr. in time to hide their covetous gleam. There rose a yell of rage

Miles' Heart Cure. It is best "Go back and tell him I'll send word I men behind. "Take the fiddle i
of alL presently." She slid the door bolt as from her!" shouted a voice
Peter shambled down the deck. "I I door. "Mek her give up dat Pare. 1
"I had palpitation of heart, am an awful coward, and I wish he: She ain't got no hoodoo!"
my left side became enlarged hadn't'seen this. Here!" She picked I The leader laid a brutal hand It
and 1 could not Bleep at night up her violin case and packed the her shoulder the mob
Had to sit.,up In bed and often money into it "If they should come closer. Marion; pressed Worm
walktbe floor to get my breath. flung herself
they'll never look there! Wind
All of these troubles were cured ward and drew one last frantic
by Dr. Miles'! Heart Jure." : Half ashamed of her fears, she went i cord from her violin.
MRS. E.: V. TVBBS, I back to the main cabin and took up her The mob fell hack as though too 1
!It. Carroll, Ills. violin again. Unconsciously the music note had smitten them to ; sleep
I drifted into a slow tuneless accom- :
"Lordy shrieked
mercy an
Dr. Miles' '.paniment of the chant without; she gro. "lilt's the Conjur; tune! J
played on and on, smiling dreamily to .1
brings all the Night Doctors,
herself; but suddenly the bow fell the W'ite Bats! Leuine !"
from her hands.
Heart Cure fought for the door through the
The chant of tha negroes without of
howling,panic-stricken men.
stimulates the digestion, increases had ceased! their yells and imprecations
"Why, they're stopping work! Isn't t scream of the violin beating their
the circulation and I near six!" She leaned eagerly like the trumpet of ilouiu. Yet H

makes weak hearts strong. from the window. The men had than that rung another bound-
Sold dropped their tools and were runningto and yet again-the echoing
by druggists on
guarantee. the skiff landing, where a crowd revolver shot, punctuating the i
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart Id had already! gathered. Aboie the mass of terror with merciless .
of woolly heads she saw the foreman'swhitelihirted t 555 !

.- -- -. - arms lifted,once, twice @
-then the crowd "Oh, father. father"Marion
swayed back, as two
lees negroes thrust their for his tender grasp. She dt
through. The foreman's boay swung way lift her head nor open her eyes .!
limply between them. They flung it she felt his kisses warm upon
The Conjur Tune into a skiff, then licked the boat out lips. :;

into the current. It careened a monieut "You're not hurt, my darling,
< then swept away down strea m. frightened. The men are all j
Bj K. H. Drawn.Cofquiiflit 4 The blood leaped in Marion's running for dear life, with the I>h 1.

throat. She felt no conscious pity for and a posse at their heels. Chico ,
! ( ,cwt by AuUwn rrauww) the foreman. It was just a hideous loss of the money is nothing, so ;
puppet show, this mutiny. "And I'm as you are safe. To think of your --- i iI
'It for the next game," she thought ing the superstitious brutes at i
DONT like to leave you lure as she watched the men scrambling long, with that folk-lure music! I :
+ a Tune, daughter." The head contractor across the plank bridge to the cabin dear, brave little girl!"
looked troubled. boat. She "You needn't about .
put the heavy violin case ou worry
Marion swept a defiant shriek from the floor beside her, and picked up her money," she spoke between ey Xttl.\ I
her violin. "Alone! she returned, violin. pauses. "It's in the violin case. I :
"with the foreman and 60 what became of the .
negroes "I'll die game," she said, between foreman? I ... ,?
working right around we, here on the her teeth, as she began to play. An "We picked him up on the I
levee, and only two miles from town!'" instant later the barred door crashed we were coming back from town. I
"Look, dear." Her father beckoned down and there pressed inward a blur L>n't badly hurt, but we feared
he: into his tiny stateroom. He open ed'of powerful shoulders and pitiless{ something terrible might have

his trunk jmotione-d towards a heap' black faces, hot with cruel greed.I penedtoyou. So eilltaiumean : : ::
of canvas bags and sealed envelopes. Manila Letter
Marion staggered a little; the music '-went Il.horend : ( lj
"Why-ee! Why did you get so much: thrilled on, in leaping ripples under up here on horseback, firing his
of the men's pay in silver?" her cold hands. The men stopped and volver to let you know" }

"That fool Itodgers brought it over glared at her. She read awe as well, "The Manila letter?" (
on horseback. Told him to rash it all aj question in those wolfish eyes. But Someone else's arms were {
in greenbaekii.but he forgot, as usual. the leader pushed to her side. about her now. She tried to lift t ;
There's $1,600; the fur the .,: had at :
pay uprivergang "We wants that money!" he snarled. : and look the dear, ;
as well as this one. Thin face, but it \
you "Pete, he tole us it's here; so give over, was altogether too lU
can keep an eye on it for the hour riy lady missy!" admit of a distinct virw. 1

I'm away? There's really no danger; V.l\'arioii smiled back at him without "Oh I.uci.'ii! she \vluspered, I
the blacks don't know it's here."
speaking. The violin shrilled into a a little. "That Jim should hau I
"But they know it's always sent you high tremolo.We to me MOW, just when I ueciiei d! \"on : .

on"That's Saturday a fact noon.But" they would never lifted" a want menacing that"We I ain'say!goin'hurt he Lucien Lucien, dearest laughed., how Iut1"1 did it tl.ll'i.e| .'.. : :":'!I' ( I 1i[( .l() I I

try to rob the cabiu in broad da licht. you, but we's got to have it!" queer breaks! between his words : g
They're an irresponsible set., thoiitrh." A "I don't know, swretlunrt, uu!..
i murmur arose from the crowd
He glance 1 through the cabin window at unless it was the doings of the '
i the door.
i An older
at the endless chain of'd negro stepped to Tune."
i the leader's side."She's : _. & [ I
fisrurts creeping up and duo n the river :
tl.lIkith spade and harrow The I I done 'stracUd," he said, in an 'OilllII"I" 'I"" ,lit.. ""I "; 1 ,. :f
dull rhythm of their chant mingltd !! awed whisper. "Dou you tech bar.They's !
with the no telhV who done it. Ueah I
ripple of the yellow Ohio 1JcI 1
low. The boathouse seemed to beat dat music! : I
.'Uedient time as it g+ung on the slow "We'll gt it anyway," said the leader pointnH'ntKudol l I
waves. backing off sullenly. "Here, you, l I
"You go to work! We's only an hour, UI the '. .
mean they might kill the foreman boss gets back." !
and me to get that money if they :
kuew It was here? It would only i-ive I I The men obeyed, panting. They : 1 i

them about $JO piece. They wouldn't {:1 the emptied trunks aud boxes; they tore Dyspepsia i t
clothing from
murder us for that." i the beds aud : : :
i "Of course not. But I'd take it all searched the mattresses; they flung I
with me if I cau1<1. You never know I china aud tinware from the cupboards, Digests what you 1 .. .., I I
I what i groping into every cranny. Marion I
may happen. artificially digests the food and ,
I played on and on, still smiling. The Nature in t : : i
"Nonsense, papa. Go on to town, strengthening aud I
and 1I'>1I't you dare to come back without men rolled their eyes toward h' r like structing the exhausted di \' I
a k HI r fur me!" suspicious dog as they shuffled about gaus. It is the latest:: dh : : IsI I I t
"Kroiu Manila or Sew York 1""Therl"li the room.. The door and windows auf and tonic. Ko other I i I "I 1't t I
can it
were in
just one town in the world packed with gaping face The approach ctticieucy. i i! 4t)1I0.
fur me." buiiiond Mat ion. very air seemed blackened by their scantly relieve and permanently : I ;
heavy, Dyspepsia, Indirection,
loathsome breath. "Hell must j
i then
? be something like this," thought Ma Flatulence, Sour Stomach, \ 1 :'" t
+ "or course. Sick ,+ .
\diol.lJ&pa! rion. She shifted her violin Headache, GastraKi! < '
t She kissed her all other results dl
Laud to imperfect
him .
a he struck a louder measure.Untiled I
rode away. It would be K.inlhere iu I Price:We.and IL Large / :!,, \ III E .
and angry, the men gave oprM small else.Hook all aboutdY5lltll-a, m.u, 'i .
Prepared t by E. C.DeWITT-A CO.. C -- -
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T\iei ritingand Ttligraiihy. A lrejurat murnot one or into y ear", l? -
4,J a.s required fur those wishing to peel are t..r the olle!-e. I'.t-j-rddlldk y .
.\ courses are also ottered. .... 1
41 Young men under Military Jisciiilne.ouag uonun undir rl"liainl ,y'>1 ),.
:; home lunuences at Fostor Hall. 'Vi
$4 Tuition tree to Florida students. Other i SJH-MS.-S 11'ry small. rrR 'l
'i Fiuv modern buildings and first cl eijutiiuienl.For ::.
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LMyxTRAINS aarlaelera I. Settle. 9l'g.
**M of Tfcelr Owa IB Florida .

: Free from WOBICB.I .
RAILWAY irlted Just take your choice. .
States District Attorney An attack' Fever at !:
[ SERVICE Bundy, of Ohio, who has been spend _this time of year, with i

'. > ing his vacation at Lemon City, on Quinine as the treatment

:; u.1 I 1.t :tel I iSOTTUERN DIVISION ;yt for the gulf coast tajs it is a paradise means a week or ]
persons desiring tea days lost from Busi
;; 10 10 a T40p 430p Lv Jacksonville_._ ..__ 9 a quiet resting
;...:. u so a I 00 1> 6 00 p ArHaldwla- ._.-= 10 Ma a 80 p spot, a "regular \e-less Kden." ness.It. 5:
.-.. It 17 9 tipUS7p _. "" Waldo: :'-::::;11 07 III a a HWp I "At Lemon bay," he said, "there is means ten days of 1 .
:06 P -- Gainesville_______ _-. 13 IS P lOMp1Kip I a point .. i unhappiness for you and y _
I &I p 1 34 a"Cedar Key--- -- -- I running out into the gulf : I $
4 ten days of hard work
4 SlIp ___ I1V\'rSprlng----- about mile
lhj lUPp'-- a
,.__. .. long and a quarter of amile
1111' 3 Ji a Ocala-= and anxiety for those 'f!
,. soap: ssraU :..._.. ..WUdwO d.-----. l4Kp tooaiua wide. On one fide is the ioar of who love 14
_.::::::: S3 p740a1505p| !-- I LeeKburi-=== :.:::: !3 *17 p the hUrl and on the other the placid : This is putting you. it in its
___. P aaoa. ,
= | Tavares; ____ .___ blue 4
;'' ;- 118 P!: IIIII al__... "orlando___.--.w____ _____. iaia I)I waters of Lemon bay. It is on very happiest aspect It r t s
?'.,', 1:1 a 10 37 &,___.1 ."Winter. Park.__ __,_ 1\ 4:P _73Ua..._ this point that the colony makes its I might mean your death,
7uuaUOa'1! Dade City____ ; home. ,
It is and it often means a
I 31 I Plant 4.-.p 400 I I I composed of men just I need J b Tonic Si
6 s::a. I" -'--' : City---_ = :::::: 4 r.J : 0 nson. '
-r-- 10 11)ai 1 7 II?: P-, TMmpa-_____-W_ .__- __ 1411 p 5 I 10 iii past the meridian of life, about 20 in I used Quinine for 10 dayss b rea kd o nlDg.enera I hours. Took it every three ;
:._, .1'ialllf l ---1 p a number, all scholarly, tra\eltd and of I am free of fever but eel health from which some boars. Neter Ml better in .
1 JoIp! 5d utterly wretched. I am life. Did not
.. 3u .. wide experience. On Lemon deaf very in Can sal
4 zi: p. I a --- Connection point as a post. Lost W If rich ouoce weight
made at Fernandina pounds. you are a man anything. }
I they hare found >
an ideal for :
with spot
Cumberland route steamers your time is worth muchto j
leaving Fernandina 139( p. m. daily frittering away their remaining dajs your estate. U you .j
except Sunday arriving Brunswick In idleness or communion with nai i are a poor! man, your time is worth much more to your family. The rich i
5 p. m. t ure. :man might better afford to suffer a loss of $100.00 a day as a result from enforced ..:
.aa I They are all bachelors and live absence from business than the poor man can lose the value of his ]labor.

:,..0.- : L Leave Fernandina for i alone so far as the fair sex is con- Both men-rich or poor-are stupid to lose 10 days when 24 to 48 hours is
:. a Jacksou- the limit of time to them in condition Johnson's Chill and I
--- II f fllle-:4 cerned. They ban built required put good by
,--'. .-:.-.:.,":_ .__... n n a I a- man<* 4:50 p. m. homes their own Fever Tonic. fUf

1 -:.. i'.imdp,. Arrivals of rough yellow pine.: Their I always feel sorry for the family that is wedded to the plan of subjecting I
: at Jacksonville from clearings occupy from one-half
--.I the to |themselves to the Quinine treatment.
s-..-. 13I:! P P North anj 12 t. No. 31 &5S a. m, No. two acres, surrounded by palmetto The process is slow. The result uncertain. The treatment disappointing
", ._ 4 i 27 9'1'; a. m, No. 31 6:10 m. From t rees. Each a
p man owns a boat and Johnson's Tonic has two cardinal points that should immediately commendit t
i-r"- -- 6 ib p,.the West No. : 7:.: p. m. From the all have titles from : to in this
:: .. _- w so u' South No.. commander, captains every thinking man country. 9
-- ....- .. Il6a 24 at'S a.m., So. 88 at and commodore to admiral, depending First -of all it is harmless. Absolutely harmless. Harmless under all cir \ij 1'i
: ....... 7 so a 335 p. m.i&Sf upon the si/e of the boats. cumstances. o!

There are plenty of deer and wild Second, it is quick; it acts at once. In 30 minutes after its administration,

, ;theFU and Metropolitan Limited, vestibuled train between fowls and fish of evervariety in t1uneiKbborb it enters the blood and begins to undo the mischief caused by Malaria.It I r
York via Richciond and has a wonderful record of 17 years of success. 999 cases out of every
igeindNew Washington OlI.
and observaman buffet including draw- The colonists suet d 1000 are promptly cured, and the 1000th case can be easily cured by doubling
t&iBf sleeping cars between Jacksonville their dace in fishing and hunting and the dose and taking it a little oftener.

iud Mail their nights in communion with thc',, Johnson's Tonic is a wonderful medicine. It is not mere merchandise. It .
Atlanta Fast scud vestibule train, consisting of day pipes and a lug or two of aruardiuiti>, is superb. No remedy in the whole domain of Materia Medica is more posithe _
__baggage| and express cars between Jacksonville and Wa hIi4 a drink distilled from sugar cane and in its action and unfailing in its results.It t. t 47 -
Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville
and New York. smuggled to the coast from Cuba will cure. It will cure every: time. It will cure every case of Fever. It
West and Uayanta Leave or
r Key Port Tampa Sundays,Tues- ,the West Indies. will cure any type of fever.It .
jaaysll:00p.m. is the medicine that seldom .
one great disappoints.Don't
between New Crleans | The, members of this :
taU,sleeper and Jacksonville. i unique company -
i trifle with Fever. If allowed to run, it is like a house allowed to
i at City Ticket office 202 W. Bay street. Telephone 260. include' among others a Swedish burn-it will consume you. Use Johnson's Tonic. Use nothing else. :31e

.? : JAS. M. tARR, I:. E. L. BUNCH count and a retired army captain Now, take your choice. Lie in bed for days or maybe weeks, and ItO >on

.:. -, Gen'l Sup't- Gen. l"ass. Agent. I a graduate of West Point. For your digestion with Quinine, and arise finally with all the life and vim taken
_'; '0'.'" Portsmouth, Va. I ;fite dollars per mouth they can liW out of you, or'use Johnson's Tonic and be restored at once to jierfett health. .

'.'ELI' Assistant.- Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. 'I well and an income 'of $20 a mouth i|' No loss of vital force. No less of flesh. No waste of precious time. Take yourchoice. .

purchases the necessaries and i

i luxuries. They! have but to drop aaited I'
It.. B. GffiAKDEAU, Savannah, Ga.
.SOUTHERN & FLORIDA hook into the water and pull I IlP
the choicest fish and by walking >
3WANNEE RIVER the shores they can pick up the '! }
t ,.
finest clams I
and oysters. Then a

Schedule in Effect August 1st, 1901. walk of an ordinary city block will j

- ;v** likely furnish them, with venison ', ..1K.. MAWKES i

Dixie Quick: Dixie "I from a passing deer. I|i ,

;JOCIHBOCXD.XaUleea Klyer. Step. KORTHBOCND ( Flyer I-Occasionally they visit the hotel j I The Famous Atlanta Optician. _t S
:.mac A. TL A. M P AII !'
the for
across bay necessary supplies,
a= Maeda :! 4!. I 2S ,Lv. Palatka CIS- but they keep almost entirely to '
6&7 Flurahome 648 ', themsehes. The climate is adorable 1b
ef 'tverasla' 740 Hampton I3-J: j
.fi, aUauina 2 05 755HSU Sampson City 745 and one can bathe in the waters of \ '
= VteBB Lau : Lake Butler t'
810 the bay at all seasons and even in
2 f t
CorteleTlrton iII 1100 Lake city lUll
Ara 92A \Vbite Springs : "26 summer the heat is not great if one "I .
4J.kbura' SS rb 955 Jasper 958 remains out of the direct rays of the ,
4UO4X1 I 1017 Jennings 10:JO
,TlftOBr'ir 4 Ilr'; 1031 Lake Park i Ill Si sun.
i" : I: 1855 ,Ar ValdostaValdithta N 11 Oii i i "Its inhabitants call Lemon bay a
4 1/1 11 to LV 11 111
$eartptne 4 U 1145 lleartplae 1155 paradise on earth and to me it
t YaWosta 1\ 25 1151 Add Kill 'Iilli seemed a perfect Eve-less Eden. -9
ialdabta 1157 i
Sjiarks 1-Ub I _
Park SW I 1330 Ar. piton 1340 j A. II. Davis Mt. la.
an 613 UaU LV. "Uton I":old I Sterling, ,
-- Jasper 635: ISA AbbburnArab I; 119Sll j I writes: "I was troubled with kidney :,
: .Kile SpriBg 7 116 149 :, _
Jake City 1 35 8IM ('ordde', 1 fib complaint for about two years, but ,.> .
HUk*Butler 8 So ::s Vienna ,' : 1 two one dollar bottles of Foley's Kidney "
;.3 n ty 8 Mt 248 VnadillaUrovanla i :21: i i Cure effected permancntcure." i

trlorakome Hampton 945 UU 331 304 Kathleen 'I I 1, G. W. Price. I.I I 1 'I ; :
10 Macon :: 50 I I -
ham'M IAr. AS Ii .... 1"r
PM I M i
Highest Award Diploma ot Honor
+- a m a a II ;a m p wa I
1 s0 4 ml: 1100 I ilArwaylrObS I b is a8) :
4, Ui v.112u q pm' I ..:. HSTADUISHED 1870. fi
a- l.-; m ami p III P II 1.1' Tlfton' I 3 40 I I t- "'. ,
7111 II ai'' 135' 7111'' hr 1'bomasville S 50 1 1Uli i : S
11 lol"1 104 II S6 pm ampl:( __ I :' These Famuus Glasses tor Sale by 1
pm a m, a II a Jill 1.1' Valdosta 17 3u 9 :aft 113U: r
J 4 Iii 3 Mj Y 00'3"'i i.r'TbomaKvllle a lu 11 tU 1'S SU I 'VI- I -

-Fs pm Sill 741)I IY1' 95la' Valdosta i am am D 35 ,I '" '. I 1: Watts '& Son Eyesight Tested Free. I.l I.
} I
110 110'I.\rJacbOn\lIIe 1 I'ae 855 m 855s :, : l 1'1 J JI

? J pm I.v Lake Butler Ill 25 I :I .I .:.- _.......... "1.'. :., i I Caution-Haw kes' glasses are never peddled. Be sure fast "Hawkes"is stamped on f raui.'. 'I
bckoOnvtUe I .b may IT'ut
p tm aD -l! :.:!! ;; I

- ; i m pm + 1.1' SampsGaiarsrilleon City 113.> lO 851a W I, I I .: ... c"' ,.:r2 t.5. I I .

: "Ar, --- --- --113. ,---I I' ,,,,'..)_ - --

": xis' Dally except Sundat. Sunday only. : i

"tatlUroogli coach and Pullman 101t'I.'I..r between Macon and J.a-.k-; | !
-* ,sad through coach ant local sleeper between M-icon and PalaUdR uN1)111] lr 7lKER FIRST-CLASS j
a lu Micon union 9,jo p. m.. and remain in umun depot un return Th I f
JckStp"bbohd train between Macon and Palatka. I e OnlyMen's MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND
- BECKLEY( SHAW, c. ". "HOUES, | I.a.e:1tr, :;ll. CHILDREN'S

" :, -Preilde t .. 1 General l'as->enjer Agent,1 j
anti Caskets all anil
"" .- 0 ,::*. t: Vi i | rfTs\ O-l, CM_\.. j i' Collins Stales .a
IgiUT.P. HARRY Bl'ItXS, F. P. A., I Prices. Onleis I' FilKd. -

.4tbn 211 W. Illy St., J.1c'siJ.wllll., FLt. w**" FINE HouseLadies1 a xf

' ;" SUITS

<.-,.:;...'P'S ystem. =il, in GeorgiaI I .

ift: Through Car Line From Florida. s +


,The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, llichmond and
This is guaranteedby
;J WailblOgton.
---' \ The Southern Hallway, yia Savannah, Columbia and Silk and Flannel futile imitation by T
-_ Washington. every competitor, and
::{.Tom.: SHIRT WAISTS !
-.- ;f ----- OUR STOCK FOR TAILOR.MADE confirmed by the {

-. M:::Vii',The Southern Railway via Jessup, Atlanta Chattanooga SUITS,
The Louisville Nashville via !lullt oUl ry. 1901-02 Rainy-Day and Dress Largest Patronage i

L1{The Southern R'y da Savannah, Columbia and Abhrtll e. Skirts, Underwear, of the People.

.. ?The Mobile & Ohio R R. via Montgomery. T aD ra11Kla'lo Offers every possible Neckwear

"y 1-u" advantage to careful Hosiery, Corsets
>Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New and economical drebS- Wraps Every Style. 1 ti
'< York 1'h.ladelphia and Boston."Via I
r Norfolk for, New York: Baltimore and \1'ashinto;! n. OAKWHISKEY ers at Boys'Qirls'ant! )i ,+

*Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners 'frallIHJrtatlOn LIVE .. A_

s. Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia. Incontestible Prices. Children'sClothing -

?l:Via Peninsula; and Occidental Steamship CO.Atlantic ; WE SHIP I C. 0. D. Hats, Jacket, Overcoats, .&

I:- Plant Steamship SOFTENED BY AGE. Underwear and'
} 'Via Lineforalialifax Hawkeberry and and lharlottestom. I To any Express Office and examination privilege Furnishings.Carhart .

j; : bard.d Geld Mint at t tt 1Iu1a!>< pcsiUID.I gives you every facility for personal selection.

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siosrateto Uuffalo, N. Y., account Pan-Am.rUan Eslxwitito i WHISKEY SOLDly THE CfLEBAATED .
'liut Nla era .a11N.. .1111. ltbrra! I! SOUTH.
of parties 10 the Nortb, seat to the undcrbignel IN THE I
and handsome advertising matter.M .

_. -slates.= ,Sleeping W:teiervattons..etc.,call on or write,toY : The LIVE OAK DISTILLERY COua.I i! r' ,

/our. \ ,5- UM W.nay Str. Astor Block. Jacksonviiwft ttlc MlrPft:1nteD4enL I CINCINNATI, U. S. A.
T r '
: r. W. :vanuala:

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8 THE> CITIZEN-REPORT;: Established -'
t .
1874 ?
_. ,
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P. J. BECKi3CONTRACTOR Summer Rates. 11 I 4 6 O O f.#)i.1'ati r..,4.3,.";.".... "''' '1HE 1
Lowest straight and summer tour : .' -

-- -. "m, 1 BUILDER.. ist rates, to the north, west and SNine .
-- ----- =- 1NE "
Q' southwest, via the Louisville and >
Nashville R. RThe' Louisville, and : ;
...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... ( Nashville P.R.. offers the lowest Tenths ;> ... ,
straight all 11-WHim 4
I rates to points throughout -
A 'PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES; the north, northwest and south- of .
Pure Juices
CALL ON ME BEFORE SENDINQ AWAY FOR THIS KIND OF WORK. west, and summer tourist tickets to from Natural Roots
all lake and mountain resorts .
through the north and northwest, al- all the
-- --- <: n f GUI TES the liver -
so to the Pacific coast. Through Stomach and M

I ---- -- -- ..........,...,.,. : bleeping, Louisville car tickets", Nashville sold ,to St.Cincinnati Louis-, PeopleSuffer i; f! Cleanses the System, Purifies the Bloot*

WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE < ('hicago; and New Orleans. For de-
WORMS l !*. tailed information, of the perfect ORES MaJaria! Biliousness: Conslisition "
passenger oervice offered by the L.
YaalaQnaabtr. Bert in Quality. I& N l:. R.1 showing through sched- from a U Weak Stomach and Impaired Digest !

For 20 Years Has Led all form! Remedies. 3?1 i ules reservations, sleeping and car any lines desired, and for inform-rates, ca.

BOLD: BY -a-IjJj: : DUtTQGXBTG.rr.p i ation. call on or address, B. II. Hopkins > DiseasedLiven : Every Battle GoarjofSci ;ft Gift SiW&L
j II,- -411. JAN CS F. BALLARD St Louis.( Florida ::'AnGii1: BOTTL .
I passenger agent, Jack- j &MALX oa-.
I jhonville, Fla. t'Stone, Ieneral : Price, GO Cents.
Sold by Ceo. W. Price. passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. ,
: Prepared by JAMES F. BAUARD.St z
r \Vtll, at any rate Cervera can 03t3.3tl:rvfret e e -.r-.J:": _''':_
thank his stars that Higginson i.

Nashville, Gimnga & St Louis Ry. I wasn't in charge at--Santiago.And -. Sold by Geo. W. Price. -

-.AND- now it has leaked out that the :
czar carries along bill own applause .....l: _
Western and Atlantic R. R. I when visiting friendly nations. This I :%;;;;::;; ;' _Hi. .> is
"Battlefields Line" accounts for the hearty reception hereceived ............-niHtUM. :.... mnn.nwn'.

Through sleepers to Chattanooga, Iiashville, and St. Louis connecting in I in-France. I I m; Spri.iii":: :

union depots for Louisville, Cincinnati!, Chicago, Memphis The World's Greatest Fever + and Summer Im-
and all points West and North-west. Medicine. .. '
.. *
C.F. BARMAN,G.P. A.,Atlanta Ca. T. M. DOTLK F. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. ,I .Johnson's Tonic does in a day "what ftMH ,Your wants of to ,
-_. __ n _. ___ _ ____ _.__ ___ _ __ slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. NN IM factonly.ha\ec\cr The largest every and IIUK.I bcautitul Its
i splendid cures are in striking contrast presented await)uu-
i with the feeble mabe .. m
cures by -

Fire Storm, Tornado and Cyclone [asuraa e. I"I Quinine.If you are utterly wretched, take a : 1N w SPRING AND SUMMER HATS .

; thorough course of Johnson's Tonic i TORetbfr with a complete tine of all kinds of first-class -
BEST AtEItICAlAND FOREIGN INSURANCE )j and drive out every trace of mala-j I awaits your pleasure. Out-ut-to receive prompt attention lUUiaciT :
COMPANIES REPTIESEXTED"" rial aoisoning. The wise MM
I insure their 1t > ,
i lives and the wiser insure their i $ MRS. L. T. m
Best FUNK. '
at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business f j health by using Johnson's Chill and
Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. |I fever Tonic. It 104 .
costs 50 cents if it II ...
cures; not one cent if it does not ..._...?? T..T.T .. ...... md
Chalker & Small Agts. i I =--____-======_== I :..&..._......&.$...._.%4'I.' .. .....,no........................... ..-.t.

I Dr. W. H. Ives, Jr. I ---

M< 3 <@>3> 3><$><><$><><$>< <$><. . . z I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. c.Tan1Dstones

4 i LAKE CITY, .'L.l'UO'iE 113.

1 Carriage Maker and Undertaker fX i I J D.CALLAWAY, e Monum nt :

S cffrs and Caskets always on band at reasonable prices. Prompt >? i I
< > attention to CALLS Day or Night. Telegraphic orders i BROKERRKAL
promptly at-
V i
Q tended to. O I ESTATE asn1151TR.111'E I Georgia, Vermont and Italian flarble.
O !i : AGENT I, Granite Monuments.
Lake City. Fla. ) Wrought Iron Fences Headstones. Parties TaMets.Statuart Also. Steel and
needing Marblr uork
: illdnd It to
$ i I I tbrir interest to write us for designs and prices Ail Work tiiurutcctf *
"! Q OTIS I:. PARKER, J I Valdosta Marble Company

g i : Attorney At Law.


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DR. E. '

DENTIST, La e it i Boitlioj) I

I I Otlice upstairs the roar of Prire's lrug t ,4
Slure. '
l.tkfct'iTV. I'M 1 %
O -
-r : i'.. ) j i r 1 I .Gornpang.
Buggies and Wagons fur sale and iuilt to Order General J. .rr
O a specialty. All work guaranteed Reiiair- lYe. L. NIKLACK I Yi
Carriage material fur ,
sale also
agent fur Marble Monuments ao
A. FtST-rET* o i: Eeijtnce Phone No. 41 FRUITS --1>\LKfi IV -

113-117 HAMILTON STR. I:11F Headtiuai tars at \\'ISE's in'ucst.illuNsarcs ra. All
CITY, Fr.\ It It barn wilt I"
: jirmuptl atti'lul.-J b. Cool Drinks, Fruit \ I'Ft "' :-


I 1- > bles, Tobaco""" Cjn-

+ T. B, OLIVER, -

ATTORNY ATLAW.. Nuts Raisin, -\ .
i A GPFt I\r.TY. j j I And i Fine CanJk-,

{f fE Soutb rnRailway ,,i I'ral-ti'-l'to all in Irv all,inc Stair,. Mortgagi f'.mrts. prompt and aU..nliun Ihrils- --- )1 '.-s.:-;I't'ITntttssn: lkiTTLKK! ... 41.
E Ira\lll and a> knt>\\Irdct-uu-nts taken .
MASTER IN CHANCERY FOE 5cftlit \\'curr, .ir -;upnrillit, titrttwirrry, I .rii !_ \ ,
I janlCOLUMBIA COUNTY. I II Seltzer Liner, Klc.

I Geo. J. Davis
.I\"E1nn t. r.t .
H. He HeQ '

C. Caught.Got Cured.Got

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Cure thsti G
ntW Balllmor Pbll.1dtlpblit, I i case with Q Tin' tli Yortt war boat ". .
fblUro, indnnaii, c mark,, \ ,n \\'t11 'al.\\'I"'l"t ..r
ECKi 11.G.C. lolllrur to ; 't "'''II! ",111".1 .
iilt antui.l L : I i .r
m BIJ, Blrml ham, thesatesureaadpainless C < Youian "
t ENn4looga, mttai m, $t. couis .
Kansas fUV. '
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to 3 da o .
tj >s. $1 at Druggist or .
j Express prepaid. 1 t: Klaim maki >. in ::01. r i. < .
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NO ( :I.: '
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THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS by George. I'nct I ( All siit+ nitli i r Mill"..: ,s ,,, k;' ; :' .


THE CINCINNATI tht CUlllt and North. GGO. S. Hacker <&< Son --_ .

LIMITED ;I 0 Try .
To tht You
and orth-\Vet t. .

The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot : :' O an .-= can .
; :1rn
Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the { .! Iron ;
World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to rs ,i 0 s'- Afford,

Asheville and Hot Springs North Carolina. i,I I< ing" I I

Cbcice of ,, f It
to Paa-flnurlcan
CxpceUlcn, EaHM! n. Y. ;i 3; '
Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping{ Calf, I I ,
... l.
Coaches Excellent Dicing Car Sei vice. .... .v. y f

Through Trains ia the the Southern Plant System Kailmay from ale Jacksonsi Operated lc. in Connection with r.\XtF.\"ll'Ia 4 tsO!. i You'll Have Better Meals/ and the Cook a Better T(rnDtJ. :;

'I \ T.- COSBY For,Traytllol Batt,Scheduler Pa.lengcr.\genC.and Infornmlon tOIl\V,Bay,eel St on,JACKSONVILLE or addrrM !:,FL.V. I I IV. DOOf I S, Sash F mi ds, M Io mm0' i i g s :lO O purr J xarr Tarn and tae tin-Tin I"...tno-t'.win-..i l.a i IlIlh..h.IIIDI'I.litH-'... iiiu iju.uin nl Ju't(ot"",ru'10.'t.II.KN: >.-.n-".,.iiii fti- (('t.

8 B.B1KDWICK General PUiCD&U Ait", w.n.TAYLOE,.Isar.Gees,Parr.A0-., a:\ Tln-Roollno sod
WASHINGTON,D.C. \TL.St.G.!\. Building Material. Guttering a SV6Gialtu. ,;:

April 35th, 1901. :
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