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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\"1. .. *1f: i AN AMNESTY FOR -INSUR_ LIGpG', HITS THE \\YIRIKS' CONGRESSMAN" < [ WilLIAM THEY'lteEiTOSTKllI" :! -- I RMII ROOS\'flI, \ WAS. .

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His Advisors, However, An e :.Shocked,. But She Harburger, of the Hall{,j I York to Receive: Wm. A Split Switch Derailed, Five


1 Much Opposed to the )'Soon Recovered. Announces GubernatorialChoice. I i.I Jennings, Bryan. ? -. Coaches ,of the Train

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,. # : ;Plan.t' |Augustine, Aug.: 27,-During New-York, Aug.. n.-The'r\ebras-' He Was On .

:re electric storm which, pre- !, ka contingent which is to participatein
here Saturday afternoon a bolt I ''.- \ ,th@-welcome of William J, Bryan
htning struck the wireless sta-I I "* ( next Thursday on his return to this

t'' The Cuban. Insurrection is Giving ,I on Anastasia Island, seriously'aging I *' country after his tour of the world, W as on His Way Home From
Announcemet Made in Re- .
) the delicate machinery, reached this'city tonight at 10:30
t the Established Authorities imperiling the lives of the. in- o'clock. The members style them- His Father's.Old North
to Will
Challenge
es of the station.e sponse selves the Nebraska Home Folk"
Much Concern. Dakota Ranch.
.. lightning struck in the operat- Present Platform.I i i They were greeted on arriving by

R room and burned out all of thee it Commercial Travelers Anti-Trust ,
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and fuses injured the switch I League, and others interested In the
,Havana, Aug. 26.-The anxiety St. Paul. Aug 2 T.-Delayed for
rdand, some of the more delicate i t forthcoming reception to Mr Bryan.B. I
President Palma to extend every pos, chinery. In spite of the havoc i iUrought New York Aug. 27.;Ina state-!1 I I several hours but uninjured by the
sible opportunity for peace with J. L\YS HAS RESIGNED. wreck of a train In which he was
by the bolt in the operat-, ment given out tonight Tammany
bloodshed and his desire to per ng room, the building itself was not Leader Julius Harburger, of the Seaboard Ticket Agent to Become a coming east from a.visit, to his fath-

those who joined the insurrection t" jured. Tenth assembly district, declares he Bookkeeper for Cue&ta Key & Co. er's old ranch at :Medora, N. D. Kermit -

0' der misguidance to repent and retu llj Mrs. Elkins, wife of the electrician will be a delegate to the Buffalo B. J. Mays/city passenger and tick- Roosevelt and his friend, John

to their homes unmolested, combi i tfci l charge of the station, was stand- convention and will take the platform -I j I I et agent for the Seaboard, has tendered Heard,. reached St. Paul this after

{ ed with the general wish to end Ing in an adjoining room when aBash I and present for the Democratic | his resignation to take effect Mon- noon. The boys rode' about St. Paul
situation fraught with so much Ia ..In an automobile and then continued
of electricity struck her upon nomination for go-ernor'the nam of j;day.
add suffering has led to considei:!the arm. Mrs. Elkins was badly Congressman William Sulzer of. New j I Mr. Mays has filled his position et- their journey eastward. At. Bereaa

N tion'bf the President and his cabl I shocked ,but soon recovered from it York City. Sir, Harburger said I split switch derailed five coachesof

of a project decreeing a thirty-' and has since felt no ill effects. Noneof made this statement in response t resigns!! the train carrying Kermit Roosevelt

r' amnesty period during which the the other occupants of the build District Attorney Jerome who recently -I bookkeeper for Cuesta Rey & Co., It but none of the passengers were
eurrectionists are invited to lay do I'I'is injured although Roosevelt who occupied -
ing were-ett'ected. challenged the leaders of Tammany extremely prabable that Clifford B.
their. arms and return to their pe Chief Electrician Elkins, and his hall to express their choice for Oakley the present assistant city passenger a compartment in a sleepingcar
ful pursuits. and several other
assistants, have begun to repair the governor. and ticket agent, will succeed persons were
s'' It was proposed to issue the plant, but some of the damaged I him. Mr. Oakley is one of the most somewhat shaken up.

tree to-morrow, but persons clos? machinery will have to be sent back POSTMASTER AT GAINESVILLE. experienced and one of the most 4 HER
: the President ALL ABOARD ILL.
strongly opppsed i ja to the factory to be renewed or ad- Oyster Bay, Aug. 27.-President courteous railroad men of the State. .
measure and the
; plan was defect Hence the wireles station Roosevelt has appointed Louis C. During his residence here he has I

and may be relinguished., .j here will be out of commission for Tynich postmaster at Gainesville, made many friends who would, rejoice The Schooner Bonidon in Distress at
i Xo More / Pensacola.
Clashes of Arms. at least a week or perhaps longer. Fla. to learn of his promotion.
So-far as actual conflict went, p-

day proved to be a day of..Inact1y. Pensacola, Aug. .-With

but preparations proceeded wifit ... -, -,- every member of her crew sick. Including k
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defense and drafts. on it are i"J j '. .i-i -!;( rived off Pensacola harbor today and,

c, and constant. [, .' asked for assistance. She U bound
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Xew hands are Out. ::"'$, :.- '-, from Colon for Ship Island, but the
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It was learned today that 'era1. men were no'longer able to man her
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new insurgent bands had tai to and signals for assistance were sego
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the brush. The/growth of th/lsur- up at the first port. The pilot boat

section certainly seems to ke/pace// Pilot went out and was told by the

with the preparations for su aging. .% : 'i S master that when out some days from

it. .,. 1 I 1. Colon, one of the men was taken

Next to the progres- "> .pf th ./bmba L. .. kr'Iiz S'A with a fever of some nature, and that
: ants, the most interesting; uestion one by one, his men took it until

today seems to be'how to a ;'the war a1.1 every member of the crew was down,
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without fighting. Around/the discussion r i including himself ant: that one of

of this question /nters ja ,k'_ the men was not expected to lire.
i 1 l.ti j !piifil'-'I a" '+,iipisi.flfliH) (
deal of crimination and /ecrimlaa-, .+. He asked that a tug boat be sent
1 tion from both Liberals pd Mojleratea r '' 1-1. ...JI him to tow to Ship Island, where he
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1- each side bringinsJaccusaions"against could go in quarantine and receive

the other as to tie resron: i- ; treatment...

bility for rebeiion.
precipitating thi t .
While no Liberals are in -trms FLORIDA FARMER SHOT TO

against the DEATH IX STREETS.
government, tiey> admit
countenancing the ins rre tJon.I RESIDENCE OF M. L. BURNETT, COR. THIRD AND HOUSTON STREET.ed ate

I though' they always deny knowedge. As Result of INslr Orer UUliln-.s1
t of any conspiracy Press learns that there are grave receiving assistance from their sym- and his staff will arrive Tuesday. Matters, auk Director. Kills
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differences between President Palma pythizers in this country.STATESMAN'S Their headquarters will be at the Farmer.
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? fiuerra Has- 2,000 Men. and Vice President Mendez Capote. \Yaldorf-Astaria.
,' San Juan Martinez, Cuba. ug. The latter is suspected of having con- 1IOME-COMIXG Governor Folk of Missouri chair- Tampa Fla., Au$. 274-S. S.

?<>.-The past twentyfourours sidered with Senator Alfredo Zayas -- man of the 5leepta Caazoztttee, Larch,
have been quiet. > president ot the l.l (!cat act tUe \'"\\ \ttractllany Visitors to New will be here Wedaesday andwill put' State bank. Friday night, shot.and

The insurgent fares under Pino\ question, of tether peace could not York. 1 up at the Gotham. killed S. A, Glover, a prominent .farmer

Guerra spent last night and to 4y at be restored by Palma's withdrawalfrom I The Governors of most of the in the streets of Palmetto. The

Galafre six miles from herd No the presidency, by permitting New York Ang. 27.-At the head- Southern states will be here. The parties had trouble several days ago
movement has yet Mendez Capote to succeed him and Governor of Florida is kept away bya over business matters and when they
Quarters of the Bryan Reception
either side to attack. Ex-Goy giving certain posts to the L-: erals. campaign now in progress, but the met last night trouble was, renewed.
Committee at the Hotel Victoria, it
a Liberal, visited Guerra Vi-i1 and None of the parties concerned was state will be represented by the at- Strong words followed which resulted -
was stated today that crowds of visitiro -
" found him to be well inform as to willing to discuss this matter tonightbut frcu ether states to this cityto torney-general, two judges of the in Lamb pulling out his pistol

what was going on. Guerra the source the correspondent's Supreme Court and other officials. and killing Glover instantly. .
attend the reception to Mr. Bryan
000) well armed men. Capt. Pales} information is entirely reliable. 1 i on August 30, will reach mammoth I Ii The National Democratic Club and The town is in intense excitement)

with his artillery, constitutes//, the Maj. Gomez, of the government, re- i proportions. the Manhattan Club and various as two negroes were killed in the

main strength of the government col-I ports another engagement with insurgents i 1 State Senator David Nelson, of St.I clubs composed of former residentsof same place, yesterday morning, because j
umn here. The regular rural[ near Cascabel today in various states, expect to entertain of trivial crimes. j
in
Louis was town today making ar-
guardsmen which several men were killed or I I many of the distinguished guests. .I
are reliable and
good I rangements to lodge at the Hotel LIGHTXIXG BOLT TVIIXS HIM ;; +
C httrs, but the recruits do wounded. Details of the affair have '
fat in- Caranac a delegation of 250 memI -: BLACK.
not yet been received here.A i LEFT '
Sire confidence. j Louis'Democratic FOR FORT REXO.
i bers from St. Club 'I
O. While band of 100 insurrectionists entered j|
the
of Associated
correspondent the still larger delegation is to come '
I 1.-\ Atlantic City. N. J., Aug. 27.-
Las:: Lajas Santa Clara province -
Press was riding ;;in to- from the Jefferson Club of St. Louis. j
o Washington; Aug. 27.-A dispatch Lightning" struck William Truax .. i
cards... the. station last night 'hi, was I today and got away with the I Senator Xelson said that Missouri i iI i was received at the War Department during a thunderstorm turned his ,

fired oi by half dozen recruits;jwith- contents of the local treasury ?8,000 I to a large extent, "is going to empty :i, today from Maj. Penrose, commanding body black from the waist dcwn. t
out previous and all the horses in town .. I
challenge. J
itself into New York by next Thursday the battalion of negro troops of Truax was knocked down by the bolt

f: |' Col. Avalos returned here :today ," I j! the Twenty-fifth Infantry, which has I that hit him in a boat on the \
:' rom Pinar Del Rip and ordere.i: the Gulf Ports Not to be Oi cu. josephus Daniels, the Democratic been stationed at Fort Brown Tex., I thoroughfare and was unconscious 1 '

government forees to. make ready for Mexico City, Aug. 26.-The :Mexican national committeeman from North I; announcing that his command left when picked up by fellow-fishermen. { ::
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.,\an .advance. government has issued strict or Carolina wrote the committee that Brownsville for Fort Reno at :30 A bunch of keys in his pocket was ;

ders that no use shall be made of delegation of 150 will come fromNorth f o'clock this morning. Ma}. Penrose melted. together. It was believed. at. '
TRYING TO pVST PALMA. Gulf ports, especially those of Yucatan Carolina including the Governor makes no mention in his dispatch of first that the man would die. "

as a base of supplies for the Cu- his staff, both United States a number of troopers said to have discoloration of the, skin'came _
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'VIce-Presldent
: Capote'. is Willing to"' ban revolutionists. Cuban Minister senators and eight members of the been arrested by Texas rangers in out yesterday, but surgeons say'thero j j

: Succeed Rim. Rivera has been active in his efforts Pouse of Representatives.Governor ; connection with the recent disturbances will be. no further; 111 effects, and -,

Havana, Aug. ..26. -The AssociatV to prevent the revolutionists from Warfield, of :Maryland, at Brownsville. that he. will recover. .
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Germany and found that an arrow -
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It' beneath, so as to reflect light b .
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venomof
terrible one dipped '
L. sides of the fish. ,0ni I \ \
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upon to rO : .
f. the most deadly snake.-Wbat "l'L.
of these prisoners survived 4or threeyears \ -"/ -
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different ,
under conditions so strangely '
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Twins Born In Different Years."I /s
and all of them exhibited the development 0 e .
,. have often been present at the \'VA\y. "
of spots of pigment on their,lower
birth of twins said an old nurse.
lurfaces. The experimenters concluded "Only once was I present though,when .
I that It Is exposure to light that I
the twins were born In different years. .
causes the coloration of the uppers
"Twins born In different years? You
parts of the bodies, not only of flounders
,but of other fish and. conversely, are crazy," said the young bride.
that It la to the comparative absenceof "Not a bit of it." said the old nurse. E NOW HAVE ON EXHIBITION
light that the whiteness of under "The thing happened ha Plttsburg la j !

1, sides of fish la due. They extend the 1809. The first twin was born at 11:30 W
same principle to'explain the colorless o'clock on the night of Dec. 31, 1899, : in our show window
born at 1 o'clock
S condition of the kina of many animals and the second was I
that pass all.their lives In cares.Bird In the morning of Jan. 1, 1900. There
are ma'am, a number of other cases .

I. Socgs. I recorded of twins born In different '


.. as Naturalists to bow birds have learn long to sing.been f puzzled Does it years,"The Cat Had Chicken.. : l' PAIR "AND.PAINUD DEN VASES[

come natural to a bird of a certain
The old housekeeper met the masterat
species to sing the song common to ltd IM 1
the door on his arrival home.
kind or does it learn to Imitate what .
"If you please sir," she said, "the 71 11 1\-
ever song It most hears during _the "
cat has had chickens.
early days of Its life? Experiments '
made by a well known student of bird "Nonsense, Mary laughed he. "You I
mean kittens. Cats don't have chick 1 OiOCOlATf SET I CASE *
life proved that most birds simply learn e is." \ i
by Imitation. He placed young linnetsto
"Was them chickens or kittens as H;
be reared by skylarks woodlarks
you brought home last night askedthd
titlarks and other breeds, and in every
case the linnet learned the song of his old woman. M
"Why, they were chickens, of course." .
foster parents. Again, a number of linnets
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"Just so, sir," replied Mary, with.a :
'" were reared where they had no
chance of hearing the song of any twinkle. "Well, the cat's had 'eml"A. 1 UANDPAINTED PUN BOVL.i \

bird at all In due course they beganto

sing, but their song was entirely Compnhenal"eerdlct..
original The cuckoo however, seems A child in an English town was i Jl 1

to be an exception, for although It Is killed by a steam atomizing apparatus .
almost reared falling on it The coroner's Jury I l
Invariably by foster
parents of any species but lt$ own, brought In the following curious verdict goods are the mesiimportations |
it always sings to perfection Its own : "Death resulted from Shock: foe These

peculiar song, quite uninfluenced by leaving bronchitis and whooping cough i China obtainable anWill
the vocal efforts of Its guardians. caused through the shaking of the be given |
house by the firing of a gun at the

Hard to Catch Cp. government proof butts en the Pulm free of charge to the '
I Two Sllesians seated hi a music stead marshes. away ppson or per- fs

i j hall began to argue fllxwt the music .
+ of Wagner. The argument as It progressed Raising: Ills ".Dlre.. sons holding the lucky numb
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grew heated. The upshot was Y.-You know I told you a few days \
that the younger challenged the older after be employed me that be said ,
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t' Sileslan to a duel. he'd raise my wages in a month or so? '
But the older Silesian declined to Z.-Yes. And didn't he? I
fight "No. I misunderstood him. II \

"No, no," be said. "I refuse to meet said he'd try to raise my first week's
you. The risks are not equal You. wages by that time. I haven't had a .M BEGINNING SEPT.1
you see, are a bachelor, whereas I ama shilling ret."-I.ondon Tit-Bits.
f, married man with three children.I'll .
tell you what to do. Go get mar _. -- ._- a '
tied, and wait till you've a family as Ilia Bucolic Basinets."That /1 R

large as mmo. Then, when our risks was a perfectly lovely gentle .M and continuing until Dec. 24,, ye will give
are alike come and challenge m man I met last night declared the
'again. I I I I pretty milliner. "He has a good, ref
The younger man complied. lie m'ar. I i ITied I able business too. with each CASH PU RC.HASL of 25c.

Three years passed and one dathree y "What Is It?" asked her friend. M
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years later be went accompanied "Wny, he sells farm Implements, one ticket whir '
,, by a nursemaid, to his opponent's continued the pretty girl. coupon wH.I H
home. "What kind of farm Implements?" /i .

1 -Here I am" he said fiercely. "11s y "Buckets-nothing but buckets. H e ,V"it \ entitle the holder to "
wife Is at home. In this coach are my told me he kept a bucket shop."-Detroit c""
three children. Now for the due." Free Press. \ '

But the older man shook his head. chance on these )' .
"Not yet awhile," be said. "I have Ptomaine. / } 'N
five now." Ptomaines according to Quoin, are : s '
alkaloids produced by the decomposition beautifulprizes. .

Exercise For Dullness )len.. of animal substances. The word / .1;; ,, ',
"' The average city business man without ptomaine was at first restricted to alkaloids :- ::t>

physical Impediments to fight produced by cadaveric decoposition I .
against can probably get along successfully but it Is now also employee : 'hAS \ .

on such an exercise schedule as to designate alkaloids of animal origin: \ .
the following formed during life as a result of cheuv

Flrst.--Ftfe minutes each day of tail changes induced by some agency ,
purely muscular exercise such as can or other acting within the organism. :

be without taken any perfectly special well apparatus.in one's room Youth and Pleuiture. z TO WHAT THE L cif'NUM-

Second.-Short Interval during: the Youth Is not the age; of pleasure. .
day of fresh air brisk walking We then expect: too much. and we are.
breathing. This can all be secured deep m therefore exposed to dally disappointments M bees are we do not know and wmnbt know until -

the regular order of the day's business and mortifications. When we

A man can easily spend as much as area little older and have brought (, l the 24th. day of December when
half an hour walking out of doors down our wishes to our experience: we expect to get
day. This Is for then we become calm sod lx?;;!n to enJoy -
: every heart; lung
and digestion ourselves.-Lord Liverpool. 3 a telegram fro m the house from whojii we bought

Third-The reservation of at least \
one day a week for rest and recreation, Fortune. these M\
Fortune is like the market where goods telling us what the three
for being out of doors, for playing lucky numbers
many times if you can stay a little the H
etc. This Is
games essential This Is
"I for both body and mind. A man who price will fall and again It is sometimes :/ aTe.:" This telegram will then be

thinks be can get along without at offereth like the a sibyl's offer which at fir % placed\ our window
commodity at full, then \
least one vacation time a week simply
consumeth part and part and still hoe d- Vso that
proves his lgaorance-World's Work. eth np the vricQBacon.proper every one may see just what \numbers win

1 The Bite of a GlrL /I the \ /

:, The bite of a girl may be as productive A secrecy U the only mystery .
I of able men. Mystery is the only prIzes.'H
of foleonous germs as Improperly
I secrecy of weak and cunning ones. \

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Consumption the past five No.U Na 30' TwoTraiDI East
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PERSONS keep their in that time I had a cough which for 120p i'1215p LY.Savannah.Ar- 110 i 30p''Lv.Jessup, GaS. &y.Ai '
MANY money 655p 6 DOaAr! ....CotumDia... Lv I 2 50a Lv MacOn. Gt.S.Ky-Lv s
years had been rowing worse. Now 9 565 At... ::Lv I 5 20a'Ai! .Atlanta,Ca.S. Rj>Lv
bank, that they may have it its gone." Cures chronic Coughs 12 2 Otis 56a 12! 5b!Ai'Gree boro..LT 8 7 30a Y5aiAr'Da1wnGa..S.Ry.Lv:Ar.Bome G&...& E!.Lv '

within ready reach when needed for X LaGrippe Croup Whooping .Cough 659a417a 6 42p'Ar..Richmond.lOPiAr..DanYille..Lv...Lv"I. I 52OpiAr.Lexin&toKQ.&C.Lv 9 :43a'Ar.Chatanffa,|'! ,TS. Ry.Lv '

( and -prevents Pneumonia. Pleasto 4 2Cp'Ar..Lynchbur .... "' 7 4ipJAr.C'inc'nAd.OQ A C.Lv y

daily use; some keep it here awaitingopportunities take. Every bottle guaranteed 6 9 02a 45x1 6 9 50p lOp:Ar..Washington Ar.ChartottesvlileLv I 8 40p. Lv.CWnatttOBia: .itr =
7
I lo !
at all drug stores. 11 S9a 1126pIAr! ,,..lialtimote....Lv : Ar.CDicago, DTBig4.Ev
for investment others to avoid the Price 50c. and 145p 1 2 35a'Ar. .W. Phila ..-Lv630a'Ar. 8 SSpJLv.Cinc'ftoPa. Linea.Ar
; 100. Trial bottle free. -. 13p .- '' ... New York....LvNoa. 7 IQ&'Ar.ChigagnPaLinca.Lv I _- .

risk and annoyance of loaning, keep their .Wand Si-"New York and Florida 723&Ar-ChicqoonRouteLv 8 45p.'Lv.Cinc'&t'IG.H..tD: Ar

I SLAYER BURTON IS Ot'T OX BAIL Car press Port Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping I 45piLv.Cin'nati C.H..t n.M -
here Tampa and Jacksonville to New York.
money as a permanent investment. 5 Ar-ToledcOl H.A DrLv 1
i I. .N< Limited Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleep -!A._ Detroit Mich.P.M.Lv
" It will be seen that we accommodate Man Who Kill''IshAtt at San Antonio log Car Jacksonville to Ncw.York., Dining CaP.S JLJj 30p*,Lv CinWtlBigFour.Ar
I l'aso County IAr.Clevel&nd.BIaFourLvN
all classes. Allowed .30 TuaottiB LAND or THE SKY. f 30pLv.Le,, ngttn.S.-.Rp.Ar
I Liberty.A lOPiLv.LoulsYille.A! Hv-Lv .,
letter 7 55p LT.?..? Jacksonville. FlA.Ar ]J2*iAr.St Louis..S Ry.Lv
I to State Attorney Phillips 12 laa LvSavannah Ga...........Ar 10 02alAr-Anniston!
I ) from County Judge Wallace 6 OOa Ar.._.Columbia. S. C.........Lv 12 A S.Ry.Lv i
act I of Pasco 1 50p Ar_?....Asbville. N. C._......Lv 6 05p'Ar-Memphia-.Frisco..Lv Ola'Ar-Birm'ham.AARy.Lv;' !
: I:i :'-'''':- county states that Judge Wallace 2 37p Ar_..H-ot Springs, N, C......Lv J4u
I 6 OOp Ar...... Knoxvilll! !.T@nn..L" IArKansesCitlFtiaeeLv
I! has admitted Burton, the 8 ......?.. 8 30p Lv.Memphis.
THE FIRST man who SOa Ar, -.Louinvilluis.e, Ih..Lv Tenn. .Ar
NATIONAL BANK, : !' shot and killed Wishart 6 12p Ar...........St. Lo Mo...........Lv 9 2Oa1Ar-Hot Springs.Arlc.Lv....
at San AnI ,
I I 815aBr_........Cineinll tlO..JLv o.
LIVE OAK FLA. tonio, mistaking him for Dr. Nobles, : No. 3Q.-Dafl? Pullman Drawing Room Buff t 1
a dentist to bail in the EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE ON Sleeping! Car Between JaclcsonviJe, Hendenon.: .-i
sum of ALL TRAINS. ville, Ashville. Hot Springs Knoimlle and CiaeiftfNa
5000. Burton Raiff.
C. H. BROWN, President C. A. HARDEE l waived a preliminary ,

D. E. HORN, Cashier. W. J. HILLMAN, r s.ZSZSZSZ.l 1 i i hearing. 13-Florida Limited-Daily! Solid Veatibule Train. Through day eoaehe and,Palhnan S ep- ,
s State Attorney Phillips expressed> ins Cars,Jacksonville Atlanta, Chattanooga Cincinnati Ala Pullman Sleeping Car .JCU1l
himself' to Colorado Springs, CoL via Birmingham, Memphis. Kansan City. <=
1SZSZ :ZS SttSZS S SZSZSZSZ to a Tribune man as e'F
what
surprise at the admitting of JAMES FREEMAN. District
I PaaKngcr Ment.lOK W. Bay St.,Jaekoonrille.Fla.
Burton to bail So R1 RARDWICK. r. T. M W. H.
considering the facts TAYLOR.G. P. A. BROOKS MORGAN..A, C.?: A

FLORIDA RAILWAY. in the case, as reported to him. Burton

I it appears, having some grie-

SCHEDULE I vance against Nobles, shot at Nobles Live Oak
CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. RY. AND A. C. L. RY. AT LIVE OAK. through a window of his dental office M'f g. Co.

anD DOWN. CENTRAL TillE. killing Wishart, who was therehaving ;
READ U r' .
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some dental work
done
for
.S .L Manufacturers of :
blixedFgt. Mail. 1. & his daughter. The immunity given _

Except Daily Express and STATIONS. Mixed Doi ikY Fgt murderers in this State is becominga Lumber Ice Electric a
Lights
Sandey Daily Express:Daily. Except Sund '. very serious matter.-Tampa Tri ; Power _

I bune. : "" '
and Naval Stores. '
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715 am. 00 p mLv...._............._._Ling Oak..._... ..... .._..Ar10 2G I I Day by day- ., .
a m 8 SO D m people realize the importance < .

l' ',7. 85 am. 2q p mlLV......?........._. Porter.3 ?... ............Lv. 10 00 a In 690 tm '. of caring for their digestion Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished fot' 'Residence *-*iLive

'7 r.: !,. .7 (5 am. 29 pm I,Lv._.'............._...._.SWkley L ......_..........?.....Lv.' 952 a m 620 Dm's' ; realize the need of the use of or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power-

_: 7 SO a In .81 pm ...- .. ....Lamer. _.... little corrective after overeating.m .
' -- .._..._.........Lv. 9 $0 day and night current-for
a
I 2.4 m 603 D manufacturing
1 C. 8 d9 a In 4'38 It mlLv. -.-.--....ku kland......_..............._....Lv. A corrective like Kodol For Dyspep- purposes. ,
- U 9 44 a m 5 55 pm sia. It digests what Wholesale and retail Ice-out of
815 am. 48 Ar._.._.._............ you eat. Sold> City orders have special atten,
pm ? .Wilmarth._....... ...... ..............Lv.
.8 20 a In Lv.__............."..."..wtmarth.._._ ..................Ar. 9 36 a m 5 (0 p m by City Pharmacy. tion, and all orders promptly filled.

845 In Ar......_....... ._...._.Luraville.4.5 ..... .............__
8 65 a In Lv._._....... .Lurayille.-_-_. ......??....?..... TO MEET Bit VAX.

920 a In Ar............_..._.............W'Ilmarth U .............................. Oak Perry .&, Gulf
t 9>> M a m 448 p mLv., ?...._......._....... Wilmarth.?...?.... ..--....__.Ar. 935 I Two Prominent Live Oakites Will __
a m 5 39
Pin'
; 6 43 a III 454 p m Lv..._....................Suwannee 0.6 Rivec"?:...,..._.Lv. ,I Attend Reception.P '
&B tI: ami n P m J. C. Baisden -
f and
6S a m Ii 00 II mL'._........._.--Norw ...... --.._....Lv. 9 ZO) 'I will Capt. W. J.pm'Hillman Railroad Company.
: 3.2 ami 2. leave this afternoon
.
( }t.-' 1055 a m.a. 10 p m Az................... .......--11aya...................._...Lv. 91 1 for New York to attend the
10 ZD a m Lv.........._ ......_J4alO'........_...:.... At. a m r; 12 Pin' grand SCHBDULE EFFECl'IVE APRIL m,1906..
I U 5 00 Pin reception of William Jenning Bryan

JO 90 m Ar........._..... .. ._AUoa..... ............_...__..Lv. i' in that city ,, )
10 40 a IIa IL\. .........._.Alton....._:.............-.......Ar. 4 d (5 20 pm' on Friday, upon his rePm a p P
2.5 turn home from tour ? Qt ,
a of
10 60 a m 'Ar..............?..?............1IaV_. -..........................Lv. the Old
1100. a 111 612 pin Lv._............. __._.}layo._........................._.Ar. 910 405 pm i Country. Hail and Pus Passenger Frt. and PUll STATIONS d z + d' + 'd
I a.5 a m 400U10 p m j Mr. Baisden and Capt Hillmanwill
.
a In 519 p m'Lv.__.. ..saD P.dro."......._.___Ar. No. 5 No. S. '__... ......
1 0 a m 3 40 join the other 'h' .x
,II I Florida delegates D a Sunday Only Dally ex. San 'J '
1111. a p 523 p mlLv....?._ ......_.....Salt Road......_......._....._.Lv. 8 51 a m 3 30 ;pm in Jacksonville and reach New York A. M. P. M. env
I 9.2 P. M. P. It A. JL A.J4.
1140 a In I 40 p m LT........_... .-......._.Aakold............ -..-.._....Lv. 8 40 a m 2 SS j Wednesday morning. Leave 8 00 Leave Lao Ja.-2 ;; Arrive An!.. ArrIve Arive.
P iii
1148 a m 6 n D i I.Lv_..............__......Chariton.2. ....._..........._.....Lv. 834 a m 2 (0 I The reception of Bryan will be the I 113 818 US U3 800 s.4 -..Rocky Llve Oak s ink:__ (11 4 ao 5.40 1.28 10.00 UI 1.40.11 P
I 8.9 p lQ greatest gathering of 8 22 3 07 ._..Starr_..._ 412 5.U t.u I.U
12 00 a fA Gnp m Lv._... .-Keene....................................Lv. B 23 220 the kind ever 8 25 L55 LS2 315 Mercer'M'". (08 5.ZO 1.38 L7
3.0 a m pm; witnessed in the United States and 3 SO ..... 405 6.11 9.9b .
Plat--- 903
8
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1212 a m 6 05 pm Lv.__.....-............Fenh216 wal .T.. ..................Lv. 815 a In 219 pm'the:'' Democrat is pleased to know that Ar.B a 39 Ar 209 2.0. Ar 15 40 .-.Laneaater.._ Lr. I 6& 1.06 U6 1.50
I Lv. (10 Dowlinir Park. 948 Lv 5.00 Lv 9.18 Lv 1.40
Lv. 8 45 Lv U5
12 2e a m 613 pm Lv...____.._ _...Dcamuk_-........?....._.Lv. 8 08 ami 3!; Live Oak will be represented by two 4.49 9 415 Ar.3 39 Ar 4.55 Ar 1.10 Ar 1.12 'Ar
I 3.3 pm 417 ..... ..... 333 Lv UO 1.06
12 10 m 6 20 pm' ......_..................._....Perri._.....__...............Lv. 8 00 ami 20 pm |, Democrats as J. C. Baisden and Capt. 8 8 52 SO Lv"50 429 .....m.BeU..Chanq........ 930 oUt.iII 1.0&1.01 rg
I W. J. 8 57 4-1:7 Ar. 4 2!> Mayo Junction am. 1.03 1.04
Hillman.
a 900 15 5.00 Lv. 4 40 .......Day.? ... 32 US L'9.110 Lv 100
(d) 900 &.00 416 ........8110_?.... 319 a 4.40 Ar 8.56 Ar 7.41
TeUfrajK orTelephoneStatio9. (0 Flag Station. (r) Register (a) Regular Stop. (a) : 9 10 5.10 4 5Z .- Townsend._ 3Ii U4' 1.49 7.35
Agency Station T. P. ALSTON. Superintendent.I i Don't drag along with a dull, bll1 92.). 5'Z I 51" .SmIth. 3 00 ,UO JUS u.
W.S HARRIS General Passenger 9 38 5.38 5 21 -'Fenhollowa7- y47 4,25 x3.30. 1.08
Agent.
1 lions, heavy feeling. You need aAr.. 950 Ar 5.50 Ar. 5 4g .......Perry..... .Lv,'235 .02 8,15' 6.51
Ar 1030 Ar 630 Ar 635 Hampton SD'a I L:35oLvfloO. L.t.40,
Use DeWitt's Little Early Ris- LyZ D5. Lv 3.20 L.1.8O Ly 1i.5&'

r ATLANTIC.COAST the famous little pills. Do not MAYO and ALTON .

LINEl or gripe, but results are sure. -

by City Pharmacy. I I I 1- _
I Frt and PasFit and Pass i
Passenger
w STATIOXS.Frt: and Pass .FI't.. Alld P.".. 'lIl5env Y
!i'I NQ. 7 No. 9 I No, 11. I 8 l0
Why docs the Daily ex Sun. Dally Sun IDal7y lid No. If
Florida Georgia Alabama sun burnV hy -- ex. Sunday Only ex Sun I Daily ex Saw Sunday Oa17
s
( A. YoP.M_ P. II "
Yo A.DL
-tf a mosquito sting? Why do we Leave Leave Leave Arrive P. M. A.1..

Virginia North ij..i unhappy in the Good Old Summer 9.00 4.30 5.10 lQwlin Park 8.07 I Arrive 3.30 Arrive 154 ?
Carolina and 9.10 4.40 5.22 Ma'o Junction 7.!>& 3.20
Time? Answer: we dont. We 9.23 4.53 5.U: Clark 7.41 8,44

use Witt's Witch Hazel Sahe. Sold 9.38 5.03 5.41 Peterson 1.35 3.00 3.10 8.33,
B 10.00 s' 8.23
5.30
5.51 ,
North Carolina.The s Mayo a 7.20 IL" 2.48 r
8.11.
by City Pharmacy. Ar- lU'10 Ar10 Ar 6.02 Alton Lv 7.00 2.33 L. 8.00
s Regular atop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all
trains
to and from Live Oak and
i For information as to connections with other Perry
lines
SIGNS OF rUOSl'EIUTV.jrva 'phone 147. Lewin Building, Live Oak. 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent

Great Highway of Travel from __ Jacksonville Metropolis.) THOMAS DOWUNC. President E. P. HOPKINS. General Pasgeozer Arent'

Live Oak cannot get buildings; -

Florida-East west North sortTO I1 enough to supply the demand of applicants I'

) though hundreds have been j

constructed within a year. The I SEABOARD .

Democrat Wednesday) said that !

THE EAST, THE FAMOUS i twenty or thirty dwellings: could beironi
II Air
I Line 1
j I rented to good tenants today at Railway
FLORIDA AND WEST
INDIA LIMITED II $15 to $20 per month. Inquiries

1 --receued;! at that office every any ,For Savannah, Columbia Camden, Southern Pines Raleigh

; AND NEW YORK EXPRESS. wanting to rent dwellings or rooms, Richmond, Washington Baltimore
Philadelphia New York. '
and the real estate agents say they : "

have a great list of applications for ,.. )

MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY: every building they control. Signs of Three Elegant Trains Daily: 1


k In tilE UQI! [() L ER" VIA ATLANTA. prosperity.TilE SEABOARD SEABOARD FLORIDA EXPRESS LIMITED .

, EM OF THE WORLD[
,. SEABOARD
of troubles that robbed E. II. Wolfe MAIL

PULLMAN CARS AND THROUGHICOACHES ON ALL TRAIN S.": of Bear Grove, la., of all usefulness, MODERN PULLMAN

came when he began taking Electric EQUIPMENT.
; Atlantic Coast Line mileage books good to all The _
points, via all SEABOARD FLORIDA
"Two LIMITED the
Bitters. He writes: years ago | only Daily Solid Pullman '
trains :
as far East Washington and as far West St. Louis Electric Lighted Train <
as Kidney trouble caused me great suffering : between St. Augustine, Jacksonville., .. r

Cineinnati and New Orleans; rates $25,00. which I would never have :and New York via Richmond Washington. Leave St. Augus -'
,
)\ CONSULT THE PURPLE FOLDER. survived had I not taken Electric tine 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M._ daily; including Sunday .

Bitters. They also cured me of General ; ;

For detailed and full information regarding rates, Pullman res Debility." Sure cure for all ONLY LINE '. % : : j"

. \ tions, schedules, call on your nearest ticket agent, or write, Stomach, Liver and Kidney complaints I Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.

FRANK C. BOYLSTON Dist Pass. Agent, 133 W. Bay St., Jacksonville;, Fla. Blood diseases, Headache,, For full Information and M*>per reserratlcna call t

W. D. STARK Trav. Pas. Agent, 133 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. Dizziness and Weakness or bodily de- S. C.on BOYLSTON any oajeDt of Seaboard or- write ,

W. J. CRAIG. Passenger Traffic Manner, General Offices Wilmington N. C. cline. Price 50c. Guaranteed byBarclay Assistant JR.,

I T. a WHITE, Gen. Pass. Agent f General Office, Wilmington N. C. &:Groom Era=. Store. I r JACKSOAMLT.EFy General Passenger'' Agent.., .. ',:''. .' ,

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NOT A PARALLEL CASE. 'If a,Florida newspaper man wantsto I I(1 VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND,PLEASURE RESORT .
:
iOAK.DAILY DEMOCRAT "To sustain its contentions that handle the Everglades drainage

lynching is due to a savage lust for issue with any satisfaction to himself DOWLING

1 PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON revenge" to the "blind, primitive, or enlightenment to his readers, : PARKWAY

4 EXCEPT SUNDAY. savage instinct in human nature for he must be a specialist on the question -

vengeance." the Live Oak: Democrat and that 13 what very few of DOWN UPON THE SUWANNEE' RIVES ,

)Ll E OAK PUBLISHIHG COMPANY devotes a long and able editorial to us have time to be. Most of us are I' "

ti what might be called the ethical history In the "obfusticated" class with Mineral Springs, Hotel and Cottages .

l! .- of the development of lynchingin Editor Jordan, of the Punta Gorda ,

Entered at the post-office, Live the South "The Democrat's articleis Herald No matter which way that HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. GOOD BIDS. RUNT"irG

.kk, Florida as'Second Class Mail in November WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BOWLING ALLEYS. BILLIARD TABLES. TELEGRAPH AND _
interesting it is exhaustive issue may be decided ,
;
very PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAYILLIONS. '
November 7, 1905. BOATS, ETC
"rtter. and convincing and we wish we could so far as it is involved In the proposed

print it in full in this paper. It constitutional amendment, the decision RATES REASONABLE ? MitES FROM LIVE TLIYE LIVIOAK PURY

L E DAILY DEMOCRAT will be was written In answer to the Herald'sclaim will not reflect any discriminating GULF. CONNECTION on WITH ALL TUI!'

r t mailed to any part of the United that the uncertainty of the knowledge of the subject on the PORK HOTEL DOWNING PflRK. FLORIDft.BMUTFUL

.. States, postage prepaid, for $5.00 criminal being legally punished is as part of the voters, for ninety-five percent ADDRESS VIA LIVE OAK

per year $2.50 for six months; much the provocative cause of lynching of us don't know enough about

1.25 f or three months, or as the innate spirit of revenge. 'the subject to warrant us in voting

SO cents for five weeks, in advance. The Democrat tacitly admits that the one way or the other. The issue

:.Delivered to any part of the city uncertainty o( legal punishment being would be more nearly settled right it WOMEN '

.., by carrier for 10 cents per week. visited upon the criminal has it were left to Governor Broward and ANDSTRONG '

something to do with arousing the the Times-Union, with a capable and ,".
I MEN p ; :(
mob, but it insists that revenge is impartial third party to give the deciding
in Lake City last 0
their meeting
the chief moving cause. If we admit rote. soon loin beauty andetreugth
aturday the members of the Sea Is- when kidney distaatens I d
r askwhr -
the revenge theory, we may i
them.
Us ell on
eas
I ,
apd Cotton Association for Columbia are there no lynchings in Eng. i I If you are laboring under the impression But do not despair. y .J.

fetyJAt after discussing the best way land, France and Germany, whose that you came into the DR.MeGyE'SBACKACHE

|j p controll the price of cotton during citizens are supposed to have as1' world at the wrong time and that AND

lithe coming season, decided that a much of human nature as we of the I| this is not the right age for you to KIDNEY CURE 1
formed in connection (
be
(company South?"-Punta Gorda Herald.In get a good start in and make a success will bring you back to IKa
kith the warehouse company to buy I esdhaaan. Lout oTtsrlo0d (!'I+ :
life dismiss the delusion "
what we said about lynching of your uaepalaein U e back-taat '
hp all the small lots of cotton at the we, of course, referred to its manifestations I and cheer up. Thomas A. Edison ".elf eont lealine, uer. /
at the approaching youantlaa. headacQs-taey
price agreed
upon in America, for it is ought to know something on that subject all point to klxaey dlsaae
4 t Valdosta convention, and gin i laoa oUaIoru*. Get well I !,
I practically unknown in Europe. I for he started with nothing and this terrible oi-cua (fl '
rn and store it in the warehouse. We are all the creatures of I is now rich and famous, and in a In iun9.ay by buying bottl* ottnu ( f ( I ( ;(cave.! .
wonderful reefed to* .
evolution and European characterhas recent article in Pearson's magazine Ur. A cure euro fur Xibeuoitlaxu. ( ( ( ir
? l Bwsenma
melt rapidly under the I .( i, +
f Delusions Lumbago and h'h I Ir..rht'e
been evolved under conditionsradical he says: Disaaae. At your f
;l l} white heat of experience, but none of !)' different from those which "I would rather begin now as a dr', n.- Q antS l.uu is Ai i"'l'il' >i lLlfi i MI them vanish more quickly under such I
have prevailed here. In the old coun poor boy than to start again in the
than the
circumstances humbuggery
tries until within comparatively recent conditions which surounded me in

so popular in boozing circles that to times the masses of the people early life. The opportunities for a 'H LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY. J
yote the saloons out of a town injures -
1 have had practically little or nothing poor boy or a poor man are greater .
'; its prosperity and "kills its -
to do with either making or enforcing : today than they were then; make no r
trade" Madison will now learn, aLive s
their own laws. Self-asser mistake about that. The world is ORDINANCE FIXING FIRE LIMITS. ject to the same for good reasons, it >
Oak learned that such
years ago, tion in that direction was rigidly re- crying for men of intelligence. It is Ordinance No. 51. shall be the duty of said objecting _>

I I talk Is the veriest scare-crow and pressed by despotic governments, searching for them everywhere. This An ordinance to establish a fire member of the City Council to.
that the only prosperity destroyed by limit in the City of Live Oak, Florida file his objections to such'J
and so it came to pass that in the is the golden age for men of brains, *
!
driving out the saloon is the prosperity to prescribe the manner of buildings permit with the Mayor whereupon
r E of the saloon-keeper. moulding of individual character over even a little brains, and I'd rather, and the material used in buildings it shall be the duty of the Mayor to"ff

there, there was abject fear of the much rather, take my chances now, to be constructed therein and order such work or repairs stopped.-
fixing penalties for the violation until the question of allowing the per-
law because its penalties were swift without a friend or a dollar in my
t Carlisle said "consistency is the thereof. mit can be passed upon by the City
and dire, and the primitive passionof pocket, than to go back even twenty
bugbear of small minds," and there Be it ordained by the City Council Council.
t' revenge, inherent in the human I years. The world is growing better and the Mayor of the City of Live Section That framed buildings.
have been many paraphrases of that
F I heart, there as here, did not dare I and stronger all the time, and the invitation Oak Florida: covered with sheet iron shall not be

( famous epigram; but it has remain :assert itself and men and communities to think is becoming almost Section 1.-That the following allowed to be built or constructed #
ed for Henry Watterson to gay some described parts and portions of the within the said Fire Limits.
,4 submitted to outrages of every irresistible in every branch of human
thing really new and strong on that City of Live Oak, Florida, are here Section 4.That hereafter when,
I character from sheer dread of thee effort. That is the
raising race by established and declared to be the firm
subject in the following anent the any person, persons or corpora
tyrants, who owned them and drove higher and higher." t ire Limits of the City of Live Oak tion shall desire to build, construe '
now happy fusion of both of the of
,. them at pleasure. We are not Florida, to-wit: or enlarge or repair any building o;
I' factions of the Democratic party under troubled that way here, hence at Breaking Into Society.An Commencing at the intersection of structure within the said Fire Limits
I the banner of William J. Bryan: : Arkansas city editor makes this 1 I Conner Street with Suwannee Street, before commencing such building 0

i "There Is but one consistency times we give unrestrained expression announcement: "In order to break II thence running South along Suwannee -. structure they shall submit the plans
to the passion for revenge Out of Street I and of
eighty-five (85) feet specifications, the same to the"I
worth for
fighting and that is Integrity into
that iron discipline through the long, societ-without being compelled thence West through the home placeof I Fire Committee of the said City for
t of character and conviction fearful centuries in Europe came to lay myself liable for using a C. J. McGehee to a point on the approval of said Committee,l

None.of us is the same today that he the present race of people whose jimmy-I beg to announce that 1 Church Street, eighty-five (85) feet I which said Committee if they approve -"

was yesterday, and in American have lately 'received permission from south of Conner Street thence South I of such plans and specifications -
very instincts compel obedience to along Church Street to Wilber Street shall issue to such -
politic!t. during formative times a decade the College of Health to !I person persons
law, no matter what the provocationto use my ancestral thence East along Wilber Street to ; firm or corporation a building
stands for a generation. disobey it and avenge an individualor coat of arms. The device is. Pine Street, thence South along Pine'''permit I ; if such plans and specifications "

The esteemed St. Augustine or community wrong. But even there very beautiful consisting of a jack- I Street to Parshley Street, thence East are not approved by the said
rabbit rampant spitting in the face along Parshley Street to Ohio Committee, then such building or
kindly says of the forth-.'oming despotic restraint could not always of Avenue, thence North along Ohio structure shall not be allowed, Provided

">'fspecial, illustrated edition of the conquer the primitive passion for a bulldog couchant, on a shield Avenue to point on the Eastern however, that such person,

Democrat; revenge and if you want to learn of quartering green, yellow, red and boundry of Ohio Avenue, directly opposite persons, firm or corporation, should .

"With Its usual enterprise, the Live the most wide-spread, long-continur pure white. The green is emblematical the Southern boundry of Wil- they feel themselves aggrieved bl'
of the color of my forefathers, ber Street, thence East through the the decision of the said Fire Corn
Oak Democrat is making plans fo ed, pitiless and devastating reign of
the yellow of that streak all havein home place of the estate Of N. M. mittee, may appeal to the City Council ,:; ,
a special illustrated trades edition to this passion and the greatest lynching we Parshley to a point opposite a pointon for such building permit, and up- j

be issued early November.. Several furore in tall the world's history, common at times and upon occasions Conner Street, twenty (20) feet on such appeal to the City Council I

thousand copies will be distributed go read the record of the French ; the red what I sometimes get east of eastern boundry line'of the the City Council may grant or refuse
in my and what I property owned by Robbins & Mc- such permit.
at the State Fair at Tampa, while Revolution, and shudder over the eye used to pay 15 I
Gehee, thence North to a ooint on Section 5.-That who
cents drink for any person
a and
the
white is
there will be bloody story of the National Barber.
a general distribution Haynes Street to a point opposite a violates or attempts to violate any of?
where the papers will do the most But all this aside, Europe at no stage emblematic of my bankbook at present I point, twenty (20) feet east of the the provisions of this Ordinance.

good. It goes without saying that of the game presents a parallel case to and my intentions all the time, Eastern boundry line of the property '{ shall, upon conviction therefor be-

Editor: Sherwood will present the America, for that country was never the whole surmounted by a crown of owned by Robbins & McGehee on'.' fore the Mayor of said City, be
Conner Street, thence West along punished by a fine exceed five
lambs-quarter not to
I greens and three
confronted with green
with
public an edition thoroughly representative a white and blac.krace
Haynes Street
to Haimlton
onions abashed. The Street, 'hundred dollars ( $500) or by 1m

f i of and a credit to, that problem, in which the two I I, __ #_.__ ___ motto is, 'In thence North along Hamilton Street ,:: nrisonment in- the--- Cltnri.on---.. .......- -for- a
I thriving section of Florida, which he ethnological extremes in humanity IIVC lfHassee, meaning my great to Duval Street thence West along- period not exceeding three (Mont

tt\\ has done so much to advertise to the mingled with each other millions grandfather was one of the 3,000 or Duval Street, to a point one hundred I Section 6.The provisions of thlt

Il people of the entire country." strong every day in the year on !,OOO ragged Continentals who cross- (100) feet west of Ohio Ave., thence J Ordinance shall apply to the own

.,,. terns of ed the Delaware in the same boat South to Hayne Street, thence West j occupant, contractor workman 0
perfect legal freedom
1',' In view of so many lynchings in and with Washington.' I along Hayne Street to the main line j any such building or structure.
I
t' ; South Carolina, the Times-Union in a country in which tbeHe, might also add of the Atlantic Coast: Line Railway I Section 7.-This Ordinance stall

.) ... thinks that state should advertisefor shameless, blood-soaked lie of "Lib- that my wife is distantly related to I thence Northwest along the main line j I go into effect Immediately upon Itl

erty, Equality and Fraternity" was Lord Xelson, whose father was one of said Atlantic Coast Line Railway I passage by the City Council and IS,
a Governor. And yet we have the shibboleth of the of the best section bosses on the road to Duval Street, thence West along !proval by the Mayor.
; k heard of no. State Executive in the political partyIn from Cork to Dublin. Look Duval and Third Streets to the rail- II'i Parsed by the City Council tbl tbjj
and the out for
f' entire country who has worked harder power cant-phrase of all way track known as the "Y". thence 17th day of August. A. D. 1906.

' than the Governor of South Carolina its literature. Under such circumstances my coming out function. Southwest along the railroad track CHAS. H. BKOWN,

we suspect that even in law known as the "Y" to Church Street, Attest: President of City Coil
to prevent lynching in particular abiding thence South along Church Street to S. P. MAYS, City Clerk
Europe we should have
'
Instances or to have lynchers an Spend DC for cigars, candyor Connor Street, thence East along

brought to punishment. He has gone tive occasional passion expression for of the "primi cold drinks, and vote for the and Conner Street to Suwannee Street I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the
revenge" that would point of
to the full limit of his personal Infiuence beginning. City of Live Oak, Florida, do her
' and official authority, and take the form of a lynching bee. most popular young lad y in I Section 2.-That no person, per- certify that the above and forest
1\ sons firm or corporation shall be allowed Ordinance
No. 51
was regularly
that he hasn't Live Oak P
succeeded
Is sole- at
due or permitted
to
build ed
WHAT JORDAN S.\YS.Ban'ie construct by the City Council on the 11
ly to the fact that erect
public sentiment enlarge or repair any day of August: A. D. 1906. and th
$ has not sustained him. It seems to Florida Book Supply Co. building or structure within the said same is hereby certified to the Ma

e us that the Times-Union is unjust to Jordan, president of the fire limits as described in Section for his approval.
Southern Cotton C. C. COOK, Proprietor.MASTER'S One (1) of this Ordinance, whereof Witness
a Governor who has been Asociation. is asentinel I my hand and the seal
'UOUSl conspic- on the watchtower overlook-I I !jtue main material, including the roof, I said City this 17th day of Augo
: and is of
) exceptionally energeticin wood or other combustible A. D.
material -
his efforts to ing the entire cotton situation in the SALE. ; but that all i 1906.S. .
suppress lynching buildings or struc- P. 'FIt '
Under and by virtue of& Final D erea cf MAYS ('It: ( !
interest
of For
the tures
producer, and he is in hereafter builded
and punish lynchers. closure made and entered by Hon. B. H. Palmer or constructed (Seal.)
addition a cotton grower himself ona Judge of the Circuit Court. Third Judicial Circuit within the said fire limits shall be Examined and approved b>' we filth I
: The most popular issue in large scale with of Florida, in and for Suwanae county in mainly of brick, stone, rock or some the 17th day of IS
Florida a selfish interestin Chancery dated the 24th day of July. A. D.. 1906. other August A. D.
wherein E:, J, Blume and Walter material not of a combustible
Georgia Alabama Blume M. E BROOMB.
and getting a partners
every other goodprice. Hence what
tnilir.aand dome business nature Provided, That
E.
as J Blum& Co.. any person
Mayor
City of Live Oak.Don't .
Southern state for the next few years he says as to marketing the coming are Complainants aid Charlotte Johnson Lemuel persons, firm or corporation owning

.. should be .the strict, full and impartial crop ought to be of some value. In Johnson the awn and of uwuty-two Alfred Johnsoa dollars are Defe and:danw 11 cents for or occupying any wooden or other i

enforcement of the vagrancy: the last issue of the Cotton Journalhe (72.11 of principal and interest and the further building now within the said Fire Have Your Cart
sum thirty-fiv
dolUr. $35.00) fti Limits
SoUcitwV ,
.
laws. We can afford to postpone issues the following address to and all cast*.f this scit aa,, wherein I, the under- may repair the same by first
ignedwas appointed Special blaster in submitting to the Fire Committee of Work Butchered
Everglades drainage and all other the cotton of to Chancery said .
growers the South, execute said Final Deere<< City the plans or nature of the
kinds of politics to that which 'c *! ***.*">* Murtr. will, on the first Monday repairs
one overshadowing we give our readers for whatit in- Septen 1304 the : desired to be made, and
same being the 3rd
question, for In the ranks is worth: Mid month and a legal tale day between day tile of obtaining from said Fire Committee At the Mill! .
of the vagrants will be found "Bear legal hours of sale IB front cf the Court House their approval of such repairs, and a e e e "'
nearly speculators are hammeringdown door in Lire Oak. Suwance COli at,., Florida, eater permit
all the negro rape fiends, actual and the price; spinners will therefore for sae. and lid "L public outcry. to the highest authorizing the same Irujided. ,.
bidder for tUh, the That the Fire
following
described Committee is
potential who have become such a buy sparingly."If !I quarter to.wit northwest The toutkwest quarter quarter of southwest.f northwest lindg hereby authorized to allow repairs not I am 1M Timber r Carl M*

dreadful menace to the South. Wet you want a profit on this crop ;I the northeast quarter of the aauthwwt quarter quarter, to any building or structure where .

are'confronted by a condition, not a you must market sparingly Every and tn twenty-four southwest QU&rt.Cr.t, southweei quarter ace such than repairs would be worth more

theory, and it will be easier sow to bale you rush on the market is the thirteen, ea t. containing in township on. hundred three south and range sixty I to be the repaired.building or structure desired I Build them under a GUt c
acres mere or lest, lying and Provided further t
enforce' the law than it may be in strongest possible bear argument snwanrj coaaty. FLrida so much wine situated th rtf aa in that should the Fire Committee, at, tee. Have Built Hundredsam

t. the future, for there is everywhere "Market your cotton only so rapidly. all my costs be: required in and about to satisfy said IUIL said! Final Decree and any time, give a permit to either Bailding more every

'demand, tor labor, and no excuse for : as the spinners demand it. or yjm j. build, construct, repair or enlarge For Best Prices Write .
Special Muter fa chancery. 0,19B66 any building within the said Fire trw >

aT dearly for your hurry." 3UMPH&EY3 Solicitor for&Complainants HABRELI, Limits, and any member of the City: H. ADKISON, 801

ww-tw Council knowing of such permit, ob P. 0. Boa No. 4. TAILAHAS51C.



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THEY COME, THEY 60 .. You. _know" what, you are giving D. G. Bardin spent Saturday ngiht Hon. J. M. Caldwell, editor of the
BARDIN&EDWAffi:
Jour baby when you use Cascasweet. and Sunday at -
f Suwannee Springs. Jasper; News, and son, W. C. Caldwell r '. ,. : .
.. The Ingredients are on bottle. '- '
every
\ of the News force, were visitors .
Some You Know And Contains no opiates. For loss of The very best service and In
Some YODon't \! twentyone the city yesterday Editor Caldwell -
sleep. A vegetable corrective for.the meals for $ .50. city Restaurant Is l'
one of, the leading journalistsof

- Know. bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy.F. \ "tf Florida the Florida, and has press been for identifiedwith nearly 38 acres in Soil:


H. Pardee the popular salesman Dr. Bryan passed through Live fifty years, yet his pen Is as steady
Happenings ol Day in Llie Oak.Try East Live Oak-1
i at Helvenston & Hayman's, left Oak Saturday evening enroute to At- and his editorials as full of strengthand

yesterday for DeLand where he will lanta with Guy McCulley of Dowling evidence of
-, a strong man as ever, ing .East of Oh
":- ,' spend week's vacation. Park. Mr. McCulley was suffering ]
Dally Democrat, only lOc a
w eek, deliver*]. from an attack of appendicitis and Frank Blackburn returned Satur- Avenue.Thisisadesirabl'.
FOR REl\"T-Several four and six- goes to Atlanta for an operation. day from a two weeks' outing spentat .

Miss Blanche Wolfe returned from room cottages. Apply at this office. Guy McCulley is the popular phar Daytona St. Petersburg and other

Welborn yesterday.Suwannee macist of Dowling Lumber and Naval points of interest in the state. He
On account of car being derailed Stores Company, and has many resumes his duties. at the First National -
near Lloyd, the Seaboard passenger friends in this city. Mrs.McCuIIey Bank today tract for sub-divi*

Bakery has opened In train due to arrive here at 7 o'clocka. accompanied them to Atlanta. \ .
the C, T. McDanlel store, oppositethe ion to the
court house. Fresh cakes and m., was five hours late today, arriving Arthur Martin, the polite and City

bread here at noon.WANTEDPosition. Mrs.;; E. S. Dasher, of Valdosta Is courteous clerk at H. A. Blackburn's
daily.-Suwannee Bakery. Live Oak Withi
a guest of Mrs T. J. Lyle.Mr. returned yesterday from a visit to

- by a young his parents in Tennessee.
Owing to a derailed box five minutes
car on the wall
man, graduate of Philadelphia High S. F. Parnell and his son, Ed.,
main line of the Seaboard
Dowl
near School. Address "P." care of this who recently, went to Manatee countyon Miss Daisy Sanberg has returned
Ing switches of
yesterday all incomingand Court House.
glace tf a prospecting tour have returnedto from the :North where she was the ;
outgoing trains had to pass over e
Live Oak. guest of some friends in house
a
the tracks of the Live Oak Lots 150 _
Perry &
<
The stockholders
in the new pub- party all summer. On her return, yar
, Gulf to the Seaboard
. junction. '
... lishing company will we are informed A gasoline launch for pleasure she visited Savannah, Ga., and other from this 'it:
hold their first meeting tonight, parties is now In use at Doling Southern cities. proposlion
Send your orders to the Democrat at which time they will perfect the Park. For information in regard to
, office for all kinds of commercialand are selling to]
" preliminary organization and place rates, etc., apply to M. M. McCall, W. A. Williams! returned terdar I _
society .
: printing.A orders for materiaL For the past Dowling Park. 22-4t from Tampa, where he had been looking
day at $1,000.
'}J/,.< several days Mr. Peyser, representing after extensive business interests. "

" special representative of the the Southern Printers' Supply Company Miss Bessie Furen who has been --

I Columbia Tailoring Company, will of Washington and :Mr. Oscar visiting:: Miss Alyne Byrd, left for C. X. Hildreth, Sr., is preparing to '
1 have on display at our store for two
1 Keep, representing Dodson Supply High Springs this morning. put down some very pretty curbingon $6,500
I II days a complete line of fall and winter

I i Ii woollens. Company of Atlanta, have been in Ohio avenue The curbing and jj

*' See them. Butler the city, and Mr. Fowler of the Keystone Our students are all accepting posl tiling turned out by Mr. Hildreth'sfactory

Brothers. It Type Foundry, Philadelphia, i s lions, new ones wanted at once t o is in constant demand.
Put your advertisement In the expected to arrive today. The new take their pla.cs.-Southern Bus- for tRealEs e 38 acres

Daily Democrat It covers the .city company will have ample opportunityto ness College. Dr. L.1.. Anderson, a prominent

<, thoroughly make good selections of type and citizen and physician of Jasper, was ate and InvestmentsBAISDEN

'. ,. material. Ben Bardin returned yesterday in the city yesterday While here
Airs. ur. area Green and Mrs. J.
from a week's stay at Dowling Park he was the guest of his brother Dr. BUILDING.
L. Poore, of Mayo, are registered at
Celebrated $a.50 "Bostonian'
He informs us that he and Parso T. S. Anderson.

the Ethel. shoes will go at $3.00 per pair for Ridley, have been doing some wonderful Phone 196.

tlAVitt'e next few days. H. A. Black- stunts in the fishing and See Helvenston Brothers about the
Kidney and Bladder Pills I
.L burn. .9-1 hunting line. Says they caught accident insurance. They have ust
act on the liter as well. Specially I
enough fish to feed the multitudes. what you are looking for and it cpsts
good for the treatment of Backacheand Arthur Martin, who has been but $1.00 per thousand per annum.; .

Rh umatlsm. Sold by City Phar- spending his vacation in eTnnessee "Smith & Stoughton" $5.00 shoeat '

macy. with his parents, returned to the city $4.00 next ten days. No better Prof. L. M. Hatton, president of

Saturday and resumed work with value in any $6.00 shoe. H. A. .. the: Tampa Business College and ,.a
,- Col. A. B. Small, of Lake City, is 11. A. Blackburn. Blackburn. 9-1 president of the Southern Business

here transacting business today.F. College of this city, returned to

Mrs. X. L. White, a popular milliner A negro, while trying to board an Tampa yesterday, after a short isit

M. Dowling of fowling Park, of Mayo, is here enroute to Atlanta outgoing passenger train on the Live here in the interest of the Southern

is a visitor in the city. to buy her fall and winter Oak Perry and Gulf Railway }-ester- Business College Prof. Hatton will ,7
are caused-by Indigestion. If
gods. day morning, was thrown to the return to this city on September 3rd, little too much or if you are subject you eat to '
Meals 25c. at the City Restaurantthe ground and severely if not seriously and take active management of this attacks of Indigestion. you have no doubt '

only white restaurant l the Last chance to take advantage of injured. college. He expects to bring with hid shortness cf breath,rapid heart beats

city. Summer rates; this week only. South him a corps of new teachers who are heartburn or palpitation of th3 heart
Indigestion causes the'stomach to
ern Business College. t D. 0. Henry returned to the city, j|I experts in their line and the Sout' expand-swell and puff up against; the
We call special attention to the yesterday from South Florida. ,ern is looking forward to the most heart. This crowds the heart and inter '

.. local and regular advertisement of Coy the infant son of Mr. and Mr s. progressive stage in its history. There f ores with its action and in the course cl -

Butler Brothers In this issue. P. R. Privett, died Saturdaj- His \\'. F. Wasdin. a popular Knight is no question but what the outlook time the heart becomes diseased.

remains were interred at Pine Grove F. Wasdin, a popular "Knightof here is better than ever and the pros

Dotted swiss at Miss M. 1'. Ed- ''I'' church yesterday morning by Undertaker the Grip" is in the city for a few pects for a large school this fall and .. Kodol

wards at 8 and 10 cents per yard. Potsdamer.We days with his family. winter are very fine.

For Dyspepsia
Mr. Woodruff, who is a practical have bought the C. T. Mc- Live Oak has been remarkabl -

cutter will be at our store today Daniel stock of general merchandise healthful this sammer. A XK\V 1'Al'KU KW LIVE OAK. digests what you eat takes the strain off

and Tuesday. Parties who wish nice and will sell the same regardless of John McDaniel and \\". S. O born, cf the heart and contributes nourishment ,

fitting garments will do well to see cost to make room for our bakery. Subscribe for the Daily Democratand both formerly connected with the Strength and health to every crgan cf the
body. For
him. Butler Bros. It Clegg & Knowles. d5w Keep posted en current eventsof Democrat, are at the head of a new I Stomach Inflammation Indigestion. Dyspepsia of the mucous, Sour :

our fast growing town. company being organized here I to I membranes lining the Stomach and Diges
Just received a nice assortment of Mr. Edwin Porter went to Jacksonville ] establish another newspaper. We tive Tract,Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
of the Stomach.
flower pots. Suwannee Hardware Saturday evening. Truckers are busy planting seedbeds understand the new concern is I to

Co. : and getting ready for a bigte have ample capital and will put in After heart eatinf.my food would distress me by maldnf
my palpitate and I would become rery weak.
Miss May Hedgecock was at ti crop this season. a first-class and up-to-date plant. lr, Finally I got a bottle of Ksdol and it g'"m&imnu
C. I1. Brown president of the First Ethel yesterday enroute from Lake McDaniel and Mr. Ooborn are both Late relief.MRS.After LOR1NCJ using a few bottles I am cured
NICHOiS Pena Yea N.Y.
National Bank of this city, returned City to Dowling Park. The advertising merchant is tone good printers and experienced in the
I had
stomach trouble and was in a bad state as I
s.I. today from Jacksonville where he who does the business 5u these business: aud will no doubt get upa had heart trouble with it I took Kodg Dyspepsia
has been for several busi D. E. Horn went first-class Core lor about four monthj ond It cured me.
days on to Suwannee dajs of push ana enterprise. There newspaper. The first D. KAUBLE. Nevada a

ness. Springs Saturday night and spent are more newspaper readers today issue will be out about September

t Sunday with his familjMr. tuan ever before in the history of the ll) h. The Democrat wishes them Digests What You Eat

Just received a new line of belts, world The Daily Democrat plates success.
and Mrs. J. B. Barton leftover JU1I1Y1 Udlg tiot, tnprod n.1 U.t61-
special designs fastening in back. jour business under the eye of tan bend OU ,t B eck. btlCb e.togotEl.Doitte
1M .t III .t .
the Seaboard for g eo.pareeleII.1.LCity
The Bon Ton 16-3t yesterday buyer. He sees what he wants:, a iMW I'lUCK: ".\lB FOIl JKKSKY'

The Hinely-Stephens Company received extended trip West. While away knowing where to find it, looks up CATTLK. Pharmacy.

a car-load of horses and mules Mr and Mrs. Barton will visit the the wide-awake merchant who asked

today and while they were unloadingand following cities: San Antonio Te x., him to come and see him. SuccessIn J. \\". Sperring sold last Saturday PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

. putting them in the sale stable City of Old )Mexico Los Angeles and these days of sharp competition I to a party at O'Brien nine head of -"---, -.-. ---
-------
Wm. McGregor went to selling San Francisco. Cal, Salt Lake City, calls for eternal vigilance. You can't graded Jersey cattle, for which he L. E. RoBEfwoN.- A. B.3tt-. rs?

them. Some oae ought to wire the Utah, Denver Col., St. Louis keep a hustler down. received $195. )Ir. Sperring has for ROBERSON & SMALL,

t8 buyer, Sid Hinely. not to ship anymore several years been breeding Jersey

t1es stock here as McGregor won't Original laxative cough syrup, W. H. Jones, railroad contractor cattle, and besides raising some full-

keep them *>ut sells them right out Kennedy's: Laxative Honey and Tar. was In the city )'esterditIr.I blooded stock, he has crossed the ATTORNEYS -> AT -:. LAW.

as fast as he can. McGregor acts: No opiates. Sold by City Pharmacy.: Jones is well and favorably known Jersey with the native cattle and hasa Will do general practice in State and

the 3 just like he don't care whether they here having made Live Oak his number of three-quarters Jerteythat Federal Courts.

lot'of keep any horses and mules or not Mr. William R. Lee, prominent headquarters when engaged in building are good milkers and good stock
ROOMS 1 ..ce 3 IUr-Si.usl. LEWIN : >uto.PHO.NE .
All he thinks about is selling, and citizen and business man here who the Live Oak/ Perry and Gulf and range cattle, for which he findsa No. 190.

the Sid to know moved to Perry more than aear Railway. Mr. Jones has just secureda
ust, buyer, Hinely, ought ready market at good prices. LIVE OAK : : FLORIDA.C. .
how he is acting. ago has returned to Live Oak to contract to build sixty miles of It takes some trouble and work !
C.S. BBOWN. F.E.Teor wte.
again make his home here. Mr. Lee track for the Gainesville & Gulf rail properly look after breeding good

l B. W. Helvenaton left this morning has purchased the 11':1. Dean:,rd way. stock, but Mr. Sperring has a DROWN & THOMASON,

tbisr for a business visit to Perry and farm, paying $:,550 for itrkhwould splendid farm and well watered pasture -

909 Dowling Park.J. farm west of town paying $2.550 for! Mrs. S. P. Hays and her niece and finds the work interestingand 't
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS ;
It, and will probably also invest In Miss Virginia Mays, of lfoniicel o. profitable. Other farmers in t

L. Morris has accepted a good city property and go into business are spending the day at Dowlinj Suwannee county could follow the LIVE OAK, : : : FLORIDA.M I

position at Alton and has gone downto here. The Democrat gives Mr. Lee Park. example set by Mr. Sperring with -- -i

begin work. hearty welcome back to Live Oak. good results. E. BROOMS, "tr '

Mrs. R. A. Gray and Willie Gray .
I .l
} F. L. Dowling, general managerfor FOR 'SALE-Crop on Bridges left this morning for Dowling Park, i .NKWSr.U'KU! OUTFIT SUED
ATTORNEY& COUNSELOR LAW.
the Dowling Lumber and Naval Place, consisting or corn peanuts, where they will spend the day. I'

'J'. Stores Company, and W. F. Dennard sweet potatoes and garden truck, Quincy Dec. 27.-The Quincy LIVE OAK. : FLORID

left for Chicago Saturday on bu 1- also my lease on the place until the A MYSTERY SOLVF.D. Herald and Era printing plant was Will practice in all the court of the State. Special -
: attention given to Conveyance Ct.l.ctjoa ,
J.
'
ness. first day of January, 1907. Can bs "How to keep of periodic attacks. sold today. The paper has been dead of Rents. Etc. All bunioeM promptly attended :

M l t saved on place fifty dollars ( $50.00) of biliousness and habitual constipation for sometime, and by this sale, we to. ,
NOTAJCT PUBLIC STATE AT LAKGB.
D. B. Bird sheriff of Jefferson worth of hay. There is ten (10) was a mystery that Dr. King's understand the paper will be revived ---- -
I'
l ra (county was visitor to the city jes' acres corn and -peanuts. A good New Life Pills solved for me" writesJo : at an early date. Impossible tout M. DIXON
,
, and. terday. place to make a fall truck farm;I a n N. Pleasant, of Magnolia, Ii id. learn who purchased the plant > L. !

good house and out-buildings Callon : The only pills that are guaranteed to sale has been confirmed J'.

aNrtf & T, P. Alston superintendent of or address J .M. Bailey on place, give perfect satisfaction to everybody DENTIST.

the Florida Railroad, left for Jackspnville R, F. D, No. 4, or at Auction House or money refunded. Only 25c at In answering advertisements please ORroDOrrrlA : CKOWN s AKD : BWDGB

| and other points yesterday Live Oak, Fla. Barclay & Groover Drug Store. mention the Democrat. .. naL. Pli'.rru._...,. -.' ,
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; -..frn'robbedr The victim was this ,.
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woman, who so far forgot her previous
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-; 1!} professions as to. assert that her t ..
,.,;.:, c pocket' had been picked and that the j/ po
... '. .thief had got away with $00. Then
"} : story of the deathbed Goethe she lost the opportunity to get free Million Tom Keene Cigars
', a striking picture of fortitude medicine thus adding. In her view 57 y
'" calm ,and Intellectual activity York Post in the United
J., Insult to injury.-New sold last year g
> the. chilling. dews of death. The
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atloa Is gathered from a letter States. The best 5c. Havana on
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: non* March 23. 1832,2,.the day aft- Compromise
sthe'g death by Fraulein Louise "1 have a little granddaughter," said the market. Five old Tobacco.
-
ier, an art student and closed a senator, "who Is. very fond of animals year

of the ,poet's family. Oa the especially dogs. Her mother has A Good Cool Pleasant
:. ng before his dissolution with an taught her to pronounce the word untilIt 0
|c3ldne$3 taking possession of him sounds like dahg. Her father sticks Smoke. jJ
:the death rattle beginning to.lie to the good old fashioned dawg so ,
ft' Ible, Goethe, with his charming the child has compromised and now .
} hter-ln-law by his side would talk every canine Is a dab-da wg." Try one today. CAREFUL PRO PI NESSu

; lothlng' 'but his pet theory of color.
A the treaty of Bade, of his desire I Peevishness.Peevishness ) i
; ft the children should go to the thea- I may be considered the 4
f ,}ot his plans for the near future. canker of life that destroys Its vigor SuwanneeDrug Company. !
t'-I sleep did not come with the night, I and checks, Its improvement; that "making haste slowly"characterizes -

led for a newly published volume i creeps on with hourly depredationsand our method of J
; history, and .covered his inability taints and vitiates what it cannot
Z 'read' It with a Joke. Even at 7 consume-Johnson. 3 compounding physicians' '
It the next morning Just three
We "
J prescriptions. are not
"a half hours before he died, he Probably. _
t'for a portfolio to talk optics and Probably a woman would be a brideto laggards, but caution is our
;.getting himself to classify some her husband longer if she should 5
_ro when the last agony seized him. continue making company of him. Most first principle, so that our

-,I :then,lay motionless, notwithstand- women begin to save their jam for C. E. HUMPHREYS customers will be helpednot \
fltf violence, till respiration ceased visitors when they have been married
hindered in the of their j
t the heart stood still.-London three months. cure

4 AND BUILDER.Plans maladies. Purity and neatness *
n IX SELF DEFENSE CONTRACTOR .
., '114.19 I to Handle Your He.... Major Hamm editor and manager of I might with truth be *

Ion should never in handling the Constitutionalist Eminence, Ky., and Furnished labels. Safe
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'es'be confounded with unwise dim1na'&n Specifications on Application.Will printed on our );
1 when he was fiercely attacked, four
-: to have things your way place for your doctor's or- i
t' "this application It means the faculty years ago by Piles bought a box ofBucklen'g
assume full charge of buildings, turn it over to ,'*
.' doing the right thing at the,right in- Arnica Salve of which he ders. Telephone us for

nt and may be cultivated by fre- says: "It cured me in ten days and owner complete in every respect, before a cent of money everything in the drug line. JCity
,
ir. bent practice with' all sorts'of horses no trouble since." Quickest healerof 'I
'I't tod of rotu'le' hands were?ever de- Burns Sores, Cuts and Wounds25c is paid me.
: f'eloped by handling any one animal or,
at Barclay & Groover Drug Store. I
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py one kind of a horse. It 1* deelson T
it gives the hand the moment them OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTY WORKS,
yields' that uses the roughest : Pharmacy:
:, thodfl at a pinch for hands are b.vno .: Reduced PricesOn PHONE 188. LIVE OAK FLORIDA.COMING .
( means always delicate of touch; t '
*> [that frustrates the most determined at. .. 1 PHONE 73
tempta of kicker rearer or bolter; that
vF pIcks the best road; that makes the
animal(Carry himself to the best advantage all Millinery Goods,' !
for the purpose of the moment .
ATIANIIC COASt r tINE f
+ Decision is very close to intuition in and from now on you
i effect Decision dominates the situ-
ation at many critical moments and can purchase goods very Our cutter will be here
the horse is quick to discern and to presume much below their former
1 its SPECIAL LOW "
upon absence. There is no
.r such thing as a safe partnership with a prices. We enjoyeda
t horse. You must be the master or h<> MONDAY AND TUESDAY
: will be, to your certain} future discom very fine trade this
f; fiture-F M. Ware In Outing Magsi Excorsion Rates
1 season but stock is still
i.; & e. ,
; .f for the of taking or- .
with
i Biff Beaeats at 'ata Theater replete seasonable purpose from Jacksonville
Betterton.. In 1709, when his salary
Wai {4 a week had a benefit and re- goods, in prevailing ders for fall clothing.

1 J eel Ted {76 as his share of the receiptsand styles which we will sell Quickest to Washington and
1150 in the shape of donations.

te, :. The biggest benefit performances of very low, to close out. Come in and inspect the all Points fast.
f'a modern times have taken place at .
Drury Lane. That for Ben Webster Call and see for yourself.
:)1 held in March, 1874 realised !2,000;
: j the, profit on the Buckstone celebration -
of
In June 1876 was 1,200; for the Mrs. E. N. Lawler. Display Samples
Nellie Farren benefit performance, la $91.30 San Francisco CaL,on sale
''J March, JS9S there, was obtained I daily; limit Oct 31.
'1 7,260, though half of this amount was and place your order with us.
secured from private donations, which *fj 7C Atlantic City.JN.J.oaul'
flowed In when It was known that the *".' .:L daily, limit Oct. 31.QQgj .
Messrs. Rothschild had volunteered WE Qaurantee a FIT.
I to Invest what sum was realized give
Niagara Falla. N. Y., on
the popular comedienne an annuityand S F -, .. .,. .. ,--, ; sale daily, limit Oct. 31.
on her death grant the theatrical
: charities half of the capital.-London
Chronicle. $37.00 Washington, D. c., oa w.!
BUTLER
BROTHERS
I daily limit Oct. 31.
-,
.' Why Larka Are Easily ('__ac t. ,
, .:!I No bird U so easily netted as the C_ $G1 (IA Denver, Colo., on Mb daily .
lark; he generally starts from they MEN'S OUTFITTERS ; limit Oct. 31.
s ground Jost before the lower edge of
-' tbo Bet touches him and invariably LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. x.75 Bar Harbor, !It.. Ml N.Lt

perpendicularly. This characteristic daily, limit Oct. 31.
; propensity to ascend at once --

i"mOOIlb, may be observed by any person who .. i-w SMOKE Anita 4l1 O Chicago, III, on Wl dam
: Fernandez
""treads up" a lark In a field and satisfactorily Cigars.I ; limit Oct. 31.Wrightaville..
illustrated by releasing at the

[ same moment a Mnrty t + iet d Dirt We are pulling wires all the time, CHEW: Honest Money Tobacco. $22.85 N. C., on wit
and a sparrow from a Cage or nat daily; limit Oct. 31.
- With a single end in view,
; within the precincts of a room. While
f the sparrow will fly off horizontally. Of proving to you the fact DRINK I : J. 9. Coffee. $;110 Saratoga Springs N.Y.,

I dash himself against the ,window and That our Groceries will just: suit you. sale daily, limit Oet. 31.SPECIAL' .

lark lie almost will stunned almost from always the mount shock up-the We are headquarters for all thatis EAT: Armour & Co. Packing House

ward to the ceiling and flatter there usually found in a first-class, untodate -
for a time In vain efforts to reach Products---they the best.
are
grocery store and
the sky before he attempts auy other anything you OCCASION'S.fafl .
mode of exit; but this habit is fatal to buy from us we guarantee to be fresh

him in the netting season. lIe would and of the very best quality. Country

generally be able to escape as indeed produce, vegetables and the best Leave Your Orders
the bunting or clod bird, the sparrow With Us : Hot Springs, Arkansas oa
and the linnet constantly do, by flying creamery butter ou the market WV'W sale daily, nfe ety cia>Ie
straight forward; but ascending as he
does, directly from the ground the moment Call on us or Phone 85. for Prompt Attention. 40.7fl Richmond y-on..w: Sj

his wings have touched the upper ? 2, 3, 4, 5; limit Spt H.
part of the net It Is suffered
to drop
Memphis. Tern., salt
on
suddenly and his capture la rendered MAYS BROS. 116"
> Inevitable.-London Standard. Sept. 9. 10.,,11, 12; b.i&
Live Oak Brokerage & Commission ; Sept. 20.Toronto..

A. laeldeDt of Life In Sew York. FREE DELIVERY.Wood. I f Onto on sale 5 ,
The street beggar with pockets lined U 12, 13 14, IS; limit J
with money is a fairly familiar figure Co. 24; extension to Oct 24.
of city life but one of the free dls- ;eO+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O.O+QI ,

pensa-'les reports an instance of an ;
attempt to get free medicine on the '
Wholesale
plea of poverty that deserves a place I I' grocers Srain and Jfay, No trouble to answer question
. in the catalogue of good stories of I
-, graft A middle aged woman appeared QA Excursion rates to other point
.: the other day and got a prescription 2 horse wagon load of
Limits
place In,the after line which of persons she waiting took her to 18 inch wood for $1.50. -4 ttttt1ttttt't"tI1tlltl't"t"tl't"' !!' 4" t"tI1t"t"t'"ttt""t"" t l" '" l t "tll,!!: lotions and, schedules all detailed Pullman informatwa ace i

f k bare their medicine made up by the Furnished on Short Notice. =- above or other points chrfullylished ;
t apothecary. This particular woman :: Try ==
it should ,be said bad given satisfactory ement in Evening Democrat either on application, in
:: the
answers to all the questions put !;Leave orders aUI.L.Burnett&Co.! -3 0 r by mail to

to her designed to show whether aha HJ WIMBERLY. -- -- FRANK C. BOYLSTO.V,
.* proper object for charity Sadwai O wttt
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derMasterpiece The girl's eyes filled with tears. 1.I

.I. "And," her brother went on, "it Isn't II EVERY ,
too late yet. You can write your 'mas \ TO V WCtVIoIuu /:
) terpieces' on the side," he added hu2J
morously. Tell you what. Marge," he /I

By MATIE-K. NAVN.JDopjrrlght. continued go to work more for a gently couple"why of months don't and you V l flu NIGHT III ;3 HLLI%

save enough for this trip?"
ISW, by Ruby Douglas \
Mrs Dickson brightened at the suggestion. *:

Coming through the hall Fred Dick. "But.I've lost my speed," said Marge /Vs j Beginners will have good op-'

son stopped to examine the long en- disconsolately. .
velope lying on the hall rack. lu one There was a moment's dead silence. / .

corner was printed "Barber's Publishing Then her brother strode out of the a\ portunity of learning.
Company He smiled in broth room and slammed the door. /I j
erly derision. "Don't mind him, dear," said her v
-Oh. Inrge:" he called. "I guess mother. "Men are all like that." '


this Is your" he manuscript added maliciously.Back trOI1Barber's rang Shortly* and* :Mrs.after*Dickson lunch. next opened* day the t the door.bell* '4 7:30: to 10:30: P M. .

Marge went to the door of her room
A small boy confronted her \ ;
and-Well called down needn't Irritably; "They's a telephone fer Miss Dick .2 Rates: 25c. Per Hour for use of Skates. 25c. for
you publish ItNo "
son at the drug store. She's to call her
; It would be better If they did," brother up," he said and was gone. '2\4 entire evening when Skaters furnish their
flung back her brother. "Marge, oh, Marge called Mrs. ,
RI ..It', funny," be mused "but the Dlckson. \ own Skates. .
things you don't want published are always "Yes. mother 7" .3"You're
getting Into print, and the things to call Fred up at once. The ,
boy just came with the "
message.
yon want to see In print end up In the
Marge came downstairs and took her '
'mast rplere' trunk." This In reference
hat from the rack. Tuesday and
to an old box In which his sister was "I wonder what he wants," she said Friday:
wont to deposit her effusions after they and left the house.

had gone the rounds, Fifteen minutes later she returned \ f
large came downstairs, digging her breathless. "Fred met Mr. Roberts at .
heels viciously Into the carpet at each lunch, and he told Fred he was in an 3:30 to 5:30: P. M.
Btep. awful fix. Ills stenographer had been
"Where b Itr she asked. taken very 111 and bad gone home, and
he asked Fred If he knew a good girl
With an obvious desire to be as nn-
t who could substitute until she was For Ladies
toying as possible her brother replied. :' Only |
"Where's wbstt" well Fred told him I would help him
out, and It's $18 a week" she finished 1 ,
Marge treated him to an eloquent excitedly.

lleuce. Suddenly she spied the envelope Her mother sighed, but there was a SKATING FREE.
and l>ounceJ upon It Then she I contradictory twinkle In her eyes "It's
flung into the sitting room and flopped too bad you haven't kept up your .
angrily dowu ou the rug before the speed. Of course you won't be able to
take the position" said her mother.
tire.For "Won't I? I guess I will! lIe wantsme and Thursday
half an hour she sat there, read- Monday :
right away. It's the Mr. Roberts, \
lug and tossing aside the pages. The
said Marge lucidly.
loud ticking of the clock on the mantel-
Mrs. Dickson smiled "And can
you

I plec sounded through the with long Increasing, conscientious monotony go suggested.to the country now, dearie" she LI 3:00: to 5:00: P. M. '

perusal Finally she sighed. "Yes, If his stenographer only stays \
I "It wasn't any good" she confided to 111 long enough-poor girl" she amend. SKATING
Lmtlf. "It was too long and too ed, feeling that her remark was more For Chl'ldren.
prty, and the Idea was old. Still" human than humane. \ L 15 Cents.Proprietors. '
she added In self Justification. "I've For a month Mr. Roberts stenographer .
seen just as bad stuff as that pub lay ill When she came back,
. lished." late In May, Marge packed her trunk V
Her mother entered the room. Marge and went Into the country to "write
looked up at her with grieved eye her masterpiece," NO ADMISSION FEEJ
I "It curne back," she said In oxplanatlon Her letters home were frequent In
of the pile of paper at her side, one she wrote:
I'I "and they'll keep coming: back as long "The country Is glorious at this time .
as I stay here. I'm tired of the city of year. It grows lovelier each day.
If could get away into the country This morning as I sat beneath a fine .
where I could be absolutely alone day old maple tree awaiting inspiration I '
I In and day out I could collect my was startled by a familiar yoke, and Porter & Dexter
"'j thought" who do you think it was? Mr. Rob- \ '
Her brother,chuckjed) IrreT' rent1y. erts. lIe said he was city tired and ,
"I could collect my thoughts she! re wanted a whiff of pure country air.
,. peated. "My brain Is Just seething lIe doesn't know how long he'll stay. .V
with Ideas, but the moment I begin to lIe says it all depends. I find him very '
write somebody Interrupts, and when I congenial, although he laughs at the
|! get back to my work the Inspiration Isgone. Idea of women wanting: a career. *
And," she added somewhat! bit I Intended working this afternoon, but .
ti terly "here I'm elbow to elbow with be has asked me to take a walk, so I
.! the everlasting economies we're forced shall have to postpone work until to
'Iii. to practice. It's always material morrow."
a things that receive the first consideration Her letters glowed with accounts of m m m m mmmmm
-it's the coal or the gas or some- pleasure trips taken with "Mr. Roberts ,
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' Into the country for a couple of any mention of work. a vessel was frequently Introduced. .. .. t ., ,
months, for a month even, where nobody Mrs. Dickson remarked this to her When mentioned by Ser"7 ant Channel :
knew me where there was noth- son. who was deficient lu store of aspirates, : .:S
,, 1 ing to remind me of the Interest and "Don't worry, mother," he said know- the vessel wthe Ellen: when alluded : THE BON TON.
the water taxes, where I could feel for ingly. "The kld'll come around all to by Tht-'s'! ,er &n was the Helen.I. ,I
1I once in my life that writing was a recreation right. She's the writing bee In her .-):)!" crUvl Crwwell rn'**ntly. "1'
and not a grind I could write bonnet and she's stung some, too, buta a-m-: pot on my mites the Kllen and the !
a story that would be worth while. I sting Isn't fatal, and the treatment IMrtj.: Which U it?" In his blandest \
I know I could." she's taking now will effect a permanent tone Thc'slsvr replied, "Oh. my Iud, the A beautiful line of Ginghams _
Mrs DIckson stood silent during her cure" e.-el was christens the Helen, but \
daughter's tirade. The look of sympa I Ills mother sighed .--he lost her b ia the chol of the chan for Shirt Waist Suits.
I i thetlc understanding In her eyes gaveplace "Sh was such a good stenographer.; nel." He Joke will be remembered ._
to a harmonious twinkle. Iar;e she said ruefully. against: the victim long after other mortis \
Is very young," she reflected, "and she Two weeks later Marge came home of him are forgotten which s Big line of TWO DOLONE DOLLAR
certainly was never meant' to be a rosy and bright/ with a new happy makes it worth while to note that the / LAR HATS ,
j writer. light In her eyes. only education he ever received was .\
I Marge had been a stenographer to a "The"aclttlon has done you good, at a poor private school, but that be
successful author, but had lately resigned dear" said her mother. "I have never raised htncelf to the bench by inductry I \ Three-cornered George Washington -
her position, eloctlug to eui seen you looking better or happier" which would be the death of most .ae ,
port herself and keep the family In she added ree'tl\"elr. men.-St. James' Gazette. I ( Hats for Babies Girls and h
luxury by writing. Mr. Bergen wrote I "Did lOU do any writing d'arf' i ,
little gtoriea without beginning or end, "Yes. read us what you've written Pail and Pr**..nt. Misses. Prices 75c. and $1.00. '
for which he received fabulous checks.It I sis." said Fred."IIthat "1 don't want to ketch none of my I,
was easy. She cwild do It too. She I*-wdt. It Isn't-ln shape darters stnokln': them punk cigarettes
Lad ""written" but her stories had all yet to be read" replied Marge er\- declared the horny handl son of toll. I.
come back, and now she demanded togo ousty.lo'n'l1. -Your sentiments do you credit, sir," Shirt'
away -- winked at his mother. said the elderly boarder from the city. \ PRICES REDUCED Va ists.
j Mrs. Dlcksou sighed. "You were I "But can't you give us some idea of I "\o, sir. \ pipe wuz stood though
such a gold stenographer" she said, ltH he persisted teasingly fer their maw an' a pipe has ?otter be To come and look means a purchase.
Louisville \
but .1 goal enough ter them -
her
toi[H d abruptly at sight of S S
daughter's farw. she took refuge under In tbd evening the "chy tired Rob- Courier-Journal. : ll .
ctner of th\ "ptvvlou question." erts" called. Marge met him at the -------
"I don't sew how we can mnnIt, door. Ills fint"ord were, "Have '
drtsr," she said &:\'ntly."Tb"1'e are so you told thorn, dearr The Great Headache Cure, Mrs. C. W. Bache.
many M'ls' to be met and boon the In- Marge hesitated.
it I furantv inofi4>y tails due. WI' mlctt let "Oh Billy, I couldatr' ate said at Bromo. Pep sin
a tlmt stand f.\t' u month or so" who wild. last "1 tried to. but Fred was horrid '
t'lI1Jlnjl her sun's oyocWe and teased me about my "masterpiece,1 !l. {1fiih': 7r: m'J
\ can't di that," he gild with us and mother thought, I had been work- "Note) the sVord Pepsin." ,
to 1'\111)- "Margi' can vrlte -(\, u:* neil In; all the time I was away, and 1 I - ir I .,.. --
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t. w tu tbt'OuntrJ' SIi rattles! on about couldn't tell them tten. You do It C11P c.Hell11rhe' lndig esticn: rainw luui eta ou,.-nt to have a I .uu&ua&" .gup."Look
the urtutte tt>iul'nll.l'l1t'1i:1..! its 'requlremtnta '- r.Lily.KK !id imploringly. spanking! : He's ultyi-ther too precocious. tcre. complained tle"ict1n.l., 1
U U L tJ Insomnia, Nervousness "you said the house was only five nai
and the .riper environR And rilly: did. U ; know tire than I do! Mother
But dear, I wouldn't call ales' walk from the station. To say
,
.t' that
: nal ull fU-h noaNeu- I've --- pr&cocou.r -
On the Spot. the least, Tm disappointed In "
team lo!' lit it t'u.e: mid again.ow: rarentane of a Famous JoL.t'Io rolt l'n'l'r you.
I dou't kuoiv .njt'i; lout tlie *ur' Two attempts huw Uta made by a Harmless. "No more than I'm disappointed! In I
tlUc tt'lIt'I'rl.Ulf'nt' and I dent want : contemporary to trace to Its source a So Opiates.Absolutely; Only die tnttmte and the KocJal elect yon" rotortwi the agent "I thought
to. thulrctaentr'e. well h.IllJWn law courts Joka The first All Dnggista. lOe 25i. tsd 5De can afford to treat the IdcguagoCoiusett. reckJeo you were: a g T q crwllted Sir Frank ockwood with theJI' >>1r,-Dr.ttTIml dclDhI I'toss, tArt
For Sal Uy :
1\0- end that is'whero the 'artistic tcc.pvraro ! ito .'Rt' t.m n't !r> s't! up and take r.j'.ceAs Hawkins its fatht.'r.8 a fact The City PharmacyLIVE mob-Ter wife b se- so.3 Aa.Iurn.Summer i
I 0t.1e utItJ'
Boarder-It li
BO
far as I have originated with I'ctm.
can see, the artlstlt tenjivrarattr the Clot seems to
furhest L a ('.... j>.tUuUoi.al Inability the nrst Lord Chelnsford. then FrederIck 0\K FLA. \tlcks-Suret womaa tot sbef esque to watch the cows come bome.FarmerThere's .
'",,'" to turn brains Into money. If Man Theslger. Sir Cresswell Cresswdl 1 I She nerried xne -SoavtrrtlloJoanial more money in UI _
tad bad any sense k'jeroull bat' \' was trying a case la which thejiame qi f 41-23-trwi-vr. -.e. -.. ITa whon thMo etA' on,th", rutnwA tN4'1r.r !



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bring the school up to the highest possible standard, and ,
I AM DETERMI NED.to the same time give an opportunity to every young man -
and woman to get a BUSINESS EDUCATIONat
.the very low rate of FORTV DOLLARS. We will begin selling scholarships Sept. 3, and continue at this i
price until the 7th. I will be on hand and personally supervise the work. I am bringing new teachers for the different
; departments, and offer, as never before, a practical, money-making education in the shortest possible time. Our diploma ,.
i aids you to a position anywhere.
The following courses are complete, but interesting from the day you begin until you graduate: 1.
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Commercial Department Shorthand, Couroe I


c Including Stenography by the Universal Including Bookkeeping by Single and
Double Actual Business Practice
a Entry
Light-line Pernin System, Typewriting -
and Banking;, Commercial Arithmetic,
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: Office Practice, Lecture and Court
Commercial Law and Spelling, Penman-
Reporting, Practical English, Spelling;, ship, Grammar and Letter-Writing;, Reviews
p.i1 Letter-Writing, Speed Drills,and Diploma ,. Lecture CourseTinal Examinationand
Fee. (Use of,Typewriter Free.) Diploma.For .

For the Complete Course now, only . $40.00 the Complete Course now, only . $40.00

That this education pays we will only have to say that we have several IY

:_ calls for every graduate, offering from $50 to $75 a month salary. mR

'l That \vet cannot hold this price open longer than the 7th.M
em em b'!! Take the scholarship now and enter later if it don't suit
you to commence at this time. We are looking to your
' r .. interests and will give you more than we agree.

.:i Parents having sons and daughters to educate for independence should not fail to see me at once and arrange to
: place them in the College this Fall. Our offices are open to those interested, and as we want to present you with a
copy of our Illustrated Catalogue I shall be pleased to meet you.



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