Live Oak daily Democrat
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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 28, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00105
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All Tickets to Bryan Reception 1 Indiana Board Members Are

Distributed When Independence Trust to Absorb I Converted to the Germ
h Clerks and Others Gigantic the < ', > Won Over Cunnings as Ik

find the New Mode to ; League Wakes Up. .Entire Alcohol Distilling f Theory. Democratic NoMee for

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be noyingStmograpbers New York Aug 28.-Great dis- .. Business Indianapolis Ind., Aug. 28.-A Governor -:
kissless existence is guaranteed to
in the
appointment was expressed I
headquarters of the Bryan Reception 1 every child attending school in In-
Who Can Not Committee Independence today'League because had the only Hearst signified Product Could BeUsed in the Tht State Board of Health gives Majority of Comer Is Estimated

Spell Are Pleased-A Lift ( its desire" to participate in the Manufacture of Mercerized the guarantee. Not a kiss in the long to be from 5,000-to
catalogue of kisses will be countenanced
reception to William J, Bryaq In 1 I i
For Carnegie, ; Madison Square Garden next week Cotton and other Fabrics i 1 in any school in the State when 8,000

after all the tickets had been distri- I I they open after the vacation.

buted. The league, through DoctorJ. r' And, if the State Board of Health
". I can do it. the war against kissing .
Washington, Aug. 28.-The orderof W: Cox, made a demand on the t Chicago Aug. 27.. -The Standard Montgomery Ala., Aug. 28.-Ti
kisses will
and be carried beyond the
President Roosevelt to the public committee today for 1,000 tickets Oil Company has taken steps toward Democrats of Alabama today elected
''school. Every kiss in Indiana may".be
printer to hereafter use fonetic spell- and the committee was. unable' 'to acquiring the ownership of all state officers by a primary and also
** a stolen kiss after a while.
ing created a great deal of worry comply.. 4 the principal distilling plants in the I voted for two candidates. for United
in schools be
But the there must
t among department officials today, and The leaders of the movement to United States according to a special I I States senator.
kisses at all. This is the firstI
no ,
,, .little else has been talked abfu give this reception to Mr. Bryan dispatch from Peoria, Ill., to the! communication the children find on I Qwing to the great age of the present *
Stenographers whose spelling Is not have sought at various times to as- Tribune. The chief reason of this i senators from Alabama who had
the notice boards of their schools:
Of the best appear pleased with the certain the wishes of Mr. Hearst action was the recent passage of the "Do not kiss anyone on the mouthor no opposition to reelection, two candidates
order. The order only applied to executive knowing he once, had been a supporter alcohol bill by Congress. for alternates were voted for-
allow to do to
anyone so you.
documents and messages of Mr. Bryan. Invitations to serve Experts employed by the Rocke- These alternates will be appointedby
The Board of Health hasn't decided -
emanating from the White House on the Reception Committee were feller interests, after'experimenting. whether it will be permissible the Governor and elected by the
: but department heads are expectedto sent to Mr. Hearst and two of his have reported that their'product can-I Legislature in case of the death or
to kiss the cheek bestow
I accept a on or -
follow suit. A man who lieutenants. Mr. Hearst ,did not not be manufactured cheaply enoughto I disability of the present fncumtxnta.For .
Is familiar with the government reply to the invtaft J ; one of the make any serious competitors of I one on a favorite eye. The problem governor, Hon. Jr.' B. Comer,
is still under consideration and
printing office and the editors in the lieutenants dec in ,;.- 'a note written gasoline, but that it could be used of Birmingham was nominated over
various departments who prepare with blue pencil. signed with red in the manufacture of mercerized a injunction covering every Dr. R. A. Cunningham, of Ensiey
of kiss be issued.
t "copy" for the printer stated tonight, ink, and the other{ 'accepted.J. cotton and:other fabrics and wouldbe variety The board's may anti-kissing edict' ap- by a majority estimated at 5,009 to

however, that many of these depart an, extremely favorable product plies to girls as rigorously to boys.A 8,000.
mental editors would prepare their B. Evans who resides on Church. to control. girl who'd faint at the idea of aboy's For lieutenant governor, H B.

? matter In the good old way the I street Is having a new yard fence i kiss gives and accepts girl'skisses Gray of Birmingham, tad D. J,
English of tOday, and send It to the I built around his premises. Let the, C. J. McGehee, of 'Woodstock, is a matter of That Meador of Myrtlcwood, are in the
r as a course.
4 ogee marked "follow lit," which I good work-go on. t prominent visitor to the city today. also is frowned upon. lead, the' returns at hand being; insufficient

means follow"literally to the printer. to name the winner. t

Some of the, officials of the d L\- .. I For United States senators, John

partmcnta profess to be pleased with T. Morgan and Edmund W Ptttttl

the order but: these men are not the ... had no opposition.
editors of reports and oilier docu. For alternate United States senators -

k menu that are prepared for publica ; Joseph F. Johnson. John H

tion. The Interstate commerce com- Bankhead and John A. Knox are In

mission was mentioned as one bureau -"r.. : i the lead.

which would not adopt 'this style of 0. W.1 Underwood of the Ninth

spelling, and the department of : Congressional district was renota-

agriculture was mentioned as one of inated and W. B. Craig, of Selma. 11/

the departments which would hot was nominated to succeed Sidney W.

rash Into print fonetically nor will Bowie as congressman for the Fourth

the bureau of fisheries according f.9 district.

the authority referred to.

CqngreM and Supreme Court Exempt. : # : Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lyle, Mrs. Wil-
The President has authority to .) ,- ___ j.: liam H. Lyle and Mrs. E. S. Dasher

suggest or require fonetlc spelling in !1ffliiiili Y .I have gone to Suwannee Springs for

4 public documents turned out by the h' the day. ,

executive departments, but there are .
C hycup hock (not hough homeopathy
two branches of the federal govern- \
homonym, honor humor
ment that can Ignore his wishes ip "
husht, hypotenuse.
this matter If they'so elect. One of
Idolize imprest, Instil.
them is the national legislature and
Jail, judgment
& the other the supreme court. The

k latter may continue its present practices Kist.
although nothing can be learned :\ RESIDENCE OF T. S. BAISDEN ON THIRD STREET. Labor lacrimal, lapt laaht leapt,

of legalize license licorice lyter lodgment -
the intentions
of the body; in
view of the fact that it Is not in accordance with the recommendationof ,ments printed in the new spelling. : The Board of Health has studied lookt, lopt, luster.

P session, nor is congress here to say the spelling reform committee I On June 18 last the simplified the kiss dissected, analyzed and ex- Mama, maneuver materialize,

I : what It will do. It will probably continue headed by Brander Matthews professor spelling board made public a list of amined it under the microscope and meager medlvial, meter mist (Dot

to spell cat with a "k" and not of English at Columbia university 300 simplified spellings which had declared against it. Indiana will be missed), miter mixt, mold molder,

disturb the "6" in "whiskey" This committee has published''I'. been decided upon by the board. The better without it, was the decision molding moldy, molt, mullen.

The Introduction of simplified a list of 300 words in which the spellIng 'lUst is as follows: and the board has started in on a :Naturalize neighbor filter, nipt

A spelling in the federal service in the Is reformed. The president's official I The Simplified List. campaign of eradication. Ocher, oder offense omelet op-

" opinion of officials here, means a.. sanction of this reform is re- Abridgment, accouter, accurst, There are several other "don't's" prest orthopedic.

:i T good deal for the movement that was garded as the most effective and acknowledgement, addrest, adz af- drawn up and waiting for the school Paleography, paleolithic, paleontology

started through the munificence of speediest method of inauguratingthe 'fixt, altho, anapest anemia, anesthesia children. Here are some of them: paleazoic. paraffin, parlor, par

2 '? Andrew Carnegie There are nearly new system of spelling throughout anesthetic antipyrin. antitoxin, "Do tot put your fingers $ your tizan, past (not passed), patronize

fj 10,000 government employes of the country. :Not only will the apothem, apprize arbor archeologi mouth when turning leaves of books. pedagog, pedobaptlst, phedx phenomenon

4 Washington who will be reql,.fed printed documents emanating from I ardor, armor, artizan assize ax. I "Do not put pencils in your mouthor i pigmy, plow pollp possestt,

to spell addressed "addresst affixed"afflxt the president utilize the reform spell- | Bans (not banns), bark (not barque wet them with your lips. practise, prefixt prenomen prest,

," and drop the "ue" from ing, but his correspondence also will ), behavior, blest blush brazen "Do not hold money in your pretense preterit, pretermit, primeval -

catalogue and decalogue. In addl- be spelled In the new style. Secre- { brazier, bun, bur. mouth. protest program, prolog propt,

. //on, the practice will be extended tary Loeb has sent for the list of j' Caliber, caliper, candor chapt, "Do not swap apple cores, chew- pur.

o to postoffice revenue service and words which have been reformed. check, checker chimera, civilize ing gum or bean blowers." Quartet questor quintet.

I' tier government branches extending and upon its arrival will immediately clamor, clangor, clapt claspt clipt, I Swapping apple cores and chewinggum Rancor, rapt (not rapped), raze.

: into every hamlet and city Infer order all correspondence of the presi- clue coeval, color colter commixt is almost as bad as kissing, recognize reconnoiter, rigor, rime 1

) state and territory In they dent and of the executive force of the ''comprest, comprize contest, control- I though not so prevalent the board nipt, rumor. ;

= 'l11on. The president's order means White House spelled in accordance Jler' coquet criticize, cropt crost says. The health guardians hope Saber saltpeter, savior savor,

Oat English will be spelled foneti- therewith. As the spelling reform I I crusht, cue curst cutlas cyclopedia that with kissing abolished in the scepter, septet, sepulcher sextet, ill- ,

ally by a good many people in every i committee shall adopt new reforms s : carest (not caressed: ), catalog. Gatecenter. schools and every child eating his van, similar, slpt sithe, skilful, skipt l lslipt

itr In the United States by consular they will be added to the president'slist I chize, own apple cotes and chewing his own smolder snapt, somber specter,

fficUls abroad in every country, and and also that of the public:. Dactyl, dasht decalog: defense de- gum there will be less tuberculosis splendor stedfast etept. itopt, etrt, I

the Islands of the sea, wherever printer. i magog. demeanor deposit; depress to contend with. ,-> script subpena succor, gufflxt, sulfate

erican control and influence ex- While the order to the printer today develop, dieresis, dike diet discust,, sulfur sumac, aupprest surpriz,
4a. does not contemplate an Immediate -I{ dispatch, distil, distrest, dolor, do- rate ether etiology, exorcise.* ei-: synonym.

reform in the spelling of official ''micil prest Tabor, tapt, teazel tenor theater :
The lYnident's Order. draft dram, drips,
documents from the t Fagot, fantasm fantasy, fantom tao, thoro. thorofare, thoroly, tbru,
President executive!
Roosevelt's order refod |droopt, dropt, dulness. favor, favorit fervor fiber, flit.I thruout, tipt topt test, tra&egrest.
to departments in Washington it is regarded
fuelling was issued to Public !' ;i Ecumenical, edile. egis enamor flavor, fulfil fulness. trapt, tript, tumor ,.
rioter as more than likely that the
Stilling. )t provides that'r1BtManl
from respectively leads of the departments I encyclopedia, endeavor envelop,,p Gage gazel, gelatin gild (not Valor vapor, vex, vizor.
the president.andother guild), gypsy, gloze, glycerin good- Wagon, washt whipt. whisky, Wilful
{ I documents emanating from will fall in line with the president's a eolian, eon, epaulet eponym era,' r
t by. gram"; gripL winkt, visht 11'0. woful, woolen
y White Howe, shall. be printed In ideas and have their official doer., esophagus, esthetic esthetics, esti-, Harbor,. harken, heapt, hematln. d.apt"v_. ,> ... ....'.-,-. --"""- _.... J'

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Adopted by ,United States Army as "oJ, I ,
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Method of Identification. '

.a .. Tie CaMrtA CamellU< ,Tre*., ., ,
the days of |ts glory,the palace at Washington, Aug.'28.-Every man Million Tom Keene Cigars I -
>rta of the king of Naples had 5' 7
who enlists In the United States in the United
Its features a so called English Army after September i, will have sold year .
.rden.. made In 1782 by order of Marie the Imprint of his finger marks placed I
1 >llne of Austria. It was bright with States. The best 5c. on
his record, together with his

'r .wen ntJ and.and trees wonderful so that rare It was oriental rewned upon photograph, according 'to the Bertil the ,market. Five year old Tobacco. -| t

throughout,the world but the Ion system, in order that his identity

*! own and glory of a" consisted in a may never be lost so long as he remains A Good, Cool, PleasantSmoke. J i 0i

m enia tree a pla&t then unknown In the service. i

L'y! !Q Europe. The seeds were collected The fingerprint system, which is o
though flakes of gold, and the queen i considered the best of all methods
to give them and cuttings of this Try one today.
of identification, has been adopted, CAREFUL NQIRKESS-)
llla as presents to her friends
even to the extent that the ImprInt .
eye cuttings were most highly prized ":'"
will be taken, when of
; find thus It has become a European possible 1
ower. eo much so that the exportation soldiers found dead .on the battle- Suwannee .
of camellias IS an extensive Industry field., With this Imprint Enclosed in Drug Company.C. "making hastecharacterizes slowft' i'

In central Italy, and In Germany a vial and buried with the soldier it "
0 there are vast fields of them. In Its Is thought that in future wars there our meth&I g

palmy days the Caserta plant had eightbranches need be no "unknown dead," for the compounding phymsu'J
the largest of which was
identity of the soldier can be traced We
twelve Inches In diameter., the whole prescriptions are _, '
by the finger print when all other r
Using thirty feet high. This mother laggards, but caution ig
evidences is gone.LARGEST m ",
t plant was in a flourlahlng( condition"up
to a few years ago but lately the gorgeous first principle, so that i. "
garden has been allowed to fall WOMAN DEAD. ( customers will be
helped :
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'Into decay, and with it the glorious E. HUMPHREYS ;
camcllla.-rall Mall Gazette. Huntington W. Va., Aug. 28.- 'hindered in the cure of tMf,

: Anna Davis, aged 37 said to be
years maladies. and
t n W1Ird. of l.heratnee.z CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.Plans E.t*;
the largest woman in the world is .
A very talented and well known ness might with truth l tij
dead. She weighed 720 pounds. Her
a '
[, writer-successful, too In the popular ;
i g'estimation-tells me; "I know a man younger sister survives her and and Specifications ,Furnished on Application. i f printed on our labels Sit w

who fifteen years' leisure in getting weighs 500 pounds.
pent 'place for your doctor's f'.,..
the material for his best book nUll :
Will full of turn it to
assume charge buildings, over :
writing It over three'times, them offered DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills ders. Telephone us l :

r It to almost erery. publisher In act on the liver as well. Specially i owner complete in every respect, before a cent of moneyis everything in the drug la
America, meeting with refusal by alt good for the treatment of Backacheand I
f and finally sold it to a London pub paid me.
Rheumatism. Sold by City Pharmacy. -
Usher for WOo bad it republUhed In *
America some years afterward got a
t few dollars before the publishers failed OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTY WORKS,
I and as his last royalty received City Pharmacy
Just : cents which was exactly 10 percent Reduced PricesOn PHONE 188. LIVE OAK FLORIDA.COMING .

f E of the last sum due him. I am t
the man but I don't publish the fact PHONE 73
nor feel Inclined to brag about it nor
to complain for that would be useless
and would only cheapen my wares In all Millinery Goods, !

t4 the literary market The book paid and from ATLANIIG COAST r UI
now on
me, by accurate calculation, 33j cents you
i a week for the fifteen years' work.-

Tapynts. much can purchase below their goods former very- Our cutter will be here

r=.1 Bird Bare Farorite Plant.. SPECIAL LOW
'. r Like man, birds have their favorite prices. We enjoyeda
# punts It has been discovered that the MONDAY AND TUESDAYfor
r goldfinch is passionately fond of apple very fine trade this
blossom. This may be because its favorite
building site Is in the lichen season, but stock is still Excursion RatolJoskferlyp1t

covered forks of apple trees, but apart replete with seasonable : the purpose of taking or-
: l from such attachment the bright little
finch .frequently spends hours tearingthe goods in prevailing
ders for fall
petals Into tiny fragments. Thoughthe clothing. from
nightingale never builds In the styles which we will sell

f :, i thorn laden branches boughs It often loves In to the sing very on midstof may very'low, to close out. Come in and inspect the Quickest to Washington

the fragrant blossoms it Is somewhat Call and see for yourself.
peculiar that most birds avoid
i : the cow parsnip owing, no doubt,to the
j, ;i' unpleasant greenish smell emitted by Display of Samples all Points Fast
i\ this umbelliferous plant Small birds Mrs. .E. N. Lawler. ,
,fr very often build in Jess secure places
1 III but the parsnip gigantic and strong as $91.30 San Franc4e0,CaL oa i
f : It Is is left severely aloue.' -London' and place your order with us. daily; limit Ode 91.3AtlantkCKjrN.J. ,
t Opinion. 'Io ,

Ella Wig In HI. Pocket. i li WE Gaurantee a FIT.BROIlERS W'1t:..daily, limit Oft 31...ea<

Benjamin Franklin once wore his
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wig In his pocket at the court of Verlallles. H h r H2 Niagara Falfa. N. Y?
L 4 When he was about to present tp1O.' sale daily limit OftWashtegt
himself at the court for the first time
he was informed that a wig was essential $37.00 8. D. C .
Franklin's bead was so large that ,
daily. Hail Oct. ;U
no ordinary wig would begin to fit it.

However, one was found sufficiently MEN'S OUTFITTERS no Denva% C 4-.. ORy sah ,
large to pass him, through the antechambers \ ; limit Oet SI. I
after which he LIVE OAK
was permitted FLORIDA. '
: to remove the ridiculous conventional ? I $6175: Bar Harbor M*.. sR;; (;

11 appendage and place it in his i daily limit Oft Ji

ample pocket Hard to I'ltnie. r 6 C0PV QIC.i.r '', S M 0 K E : Anita Fernandez Cigars. $1 J605 limit Chkag.t.Oet II M.WrighUriM .. Oft" "I J

Mr. Snaggs was accosted on the street $22- *. N. C.. .,
the other day by a beggar who was We are pulling wires all the time, CHEW: Honest Money Tobacco. daily; limit Oet .. a

covered with a very remarkable mass With A single end in dew Saratoga Sftrngt N. r
of patched and ragged garments and Of DRINK I J. 9. Coffee. 0 sale da
who said: proving to you the fact : %, JI.k 0* e.
That our Groceries will just suit you. n.SPECIAL .
"Mister haven't
you some old clothes
I you could give a fellow?" We are headquarters for all that EAT: Armour & Co. Packing 'House I I.
Snaggs surveyed the beggar from
head is usually found in a first-class up-to- ".
foot and then asked:
"Are not the clothes you have on date grocery tore and anything you Products---they are the best. *OCCAMOM. 'tl4
old enough for ?" '1:
you buy from us we guarantee to be fresh -
DUertminatlnc.A .and of the very best quality. Country JIo"Ju

thoughtful party and hostess decided gave would a children's be- produce, vegetables and the best Leave Your Orders With Us \ L ..,,fbIn.,

creamery butter on the market.
healthier to serve only mineral waters

One little girl tasted of her carbonicand Call on us or Phone 85. for S38J Hot ,'*"- A .
bald'the glass down.TI1at's Prompt Bale dal ii Pr
"\ the matter dear? Don't 'to
like charged waters MAYS BROS. $20.70 Rt'l'l'a .US .1Me
"No ma'am. Please may I have

Life.some water that you've paid for?"- Oak Brokerage & Com- $17 3 Tent.,

FREE DELIVERY. ," S f4. 10. 11.$3L .

Worry Make DUeaie.
A man who keeps worrying about mission Co. 0? Toronto Outm
:" the state of his liver will almost be g.o.o.o.o.oroaofoww.a 1, It 14, I.;.,
sure to have trouble with it eventually: 24; eitMttion ill 0 "'

Indigestion can be brought on In the Wholesale Srocers $rtr/n No trouble to aaw.r q
same way and a long list of other ail 'Yood t andDemocrat.Hay. ,
men .-A Physician in World's Work. .. Excursion ratal..' .
Shoo Sape.aUUona. A 2 horse wagon load of LimiU, ac44s1m. I'u.IbnM 1

". Never place a pair of new shoes 2 18 inch wood for$1.50.Furnished J I:sIttttt1tt1tt1tt1tt1'11"11'11'1111111' '!!! t1't1'tt1tt1t'ttIttttttltI1"'t"t' "!' I dations and alt drtt.1IId 1ft
higher than your head says an old :-::::: above or other psbts
superstition, or you'll have bad hack 2i I'JI
6 on Short Notice. '
: -I nbhed. either *nor apIg.twtl N
wearing them and never black one == Try an =
1 before putting the other on for a almll == Adver-"EVenleng w11UUlilltllllllllilliilllllilttlUl : by mail, te
Leave orders M. L. Burnett&;Co 0j ,
reason !
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.; ,The,Egcre! e|,being_tiresome is tn acra !- -'J- District t. Paueegtr Ar"''!
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widow the' judge" strolled into tEe r&5- s:+c *: : LcSKkTING

, road depot and found her about ,to V '
Hn Hmcfican take a train-that Is, he, thought sbe a t p "
was. .She had no baggage and. appeared / EV RY

to avoid observation. v
mido When she saw that she was discoseyed 3 THIS WEEKBeginners
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depot In his company. Sh was a bit .v\ NIGHT
By LOURENE RICHARDS glum for awhile, but sood rallied and / ,
\. :was very gay that evening: Two days :
CoDrdght' ., 1306: by Pr.- C. Eabtment later a telegram announced that Brother a
oJ' Tommy wail 111 at home. The widow /

It .was at Lausanne, Lake Geneva, 'said that.she ,would run over there fora v] will have'good op-
and at one of die'small and quiet hotels day or two, and the Judge said he .J

that Judge VorJham. U. S. A. was would accompany her. He had a curi /

told by the landlord; oslty about the silk mills and this 3"4 of
"You will be glad to learn that I would be a good time to gratify it. The pbrtunity learning.

have a compatriot of yours !h're. She widow sudd..nly decided that Tommy *,I' :

has been here a week. She is a widow might g?t over his illness without any .1
I believe 6h 'comes from Chicago Can of her help. She had her fair share of ,

ada." sisterly affection but Tommy was one 2 N i 7:30: to 10:30 P. M. $
"Sure It Isn't Philadelphia. Montana of these fellows that always played :
?" asked the Judge. baby even with'a cold in the head.

*". will at once find out all particulars ,Two later the took .
mornings judge
l your excellency""Never an early morning walk. It was an I Rates: 25c. Per Hour for use of Skates. 25c. for fi

lf mind Just now I'd like a hour before breakfast. He walked ....
f entire evening when Skaters furnish their
few hourtf rest before meeting the down to the depot to see the 6:20 train a

widow, American or otherwise. If you -go out He was on time, and he saw
will be so kind you needn't mentionto the Widow Chatham there. :Sue dodged own Skates.

her that I am here. I came away him and returned to the hotel instead of I F

from my home in Boston California.to taking the train. When they met at

escape a widow' and you see 1 breakfast neither one said anything

don't want to bump up against anothertoo about their walk, but the landlord rub- ,
soon. We Americana always wantto bed his hands and smiled and said to \ Tuesday and Friday:

walk around" awhile before getting his wife: .

acquainted.' "Marie, my magnificence grows. The
"!t 1* so. your excellency, and your widower and the widow were out for( a "
wishe shall be respected." said the'obttqttloua = sunrise walk this mob.-. That means '
3:30 to5:30 P. M.
Lost. love and matrimouy. f, ras the one to : : .
"How does the widow happen to In Introduce them anti bring two happy : '

here alone?" Inquired the jnde- with hearts together. Of course It will go "i

out much show of Interest. Into both bills as an extra."
"Her brother Is at Lyons France. There Is a pretty fair mountain at For Ladies Only '
He is a buyer of silks for Americans.He Lausanne It Is high enough to have ,
will soon be,here,!*. precipices and rugged enough to put a ,
"Is she good looking and rich?" asked man out of wind to climb It. When '

the Judge. \ you have followed "Loven walk" far SKATING FREE.

"Had I known your excellency, that enough you strike Into "Heart's highway '
Chicago Canada, had such handsome ," and a quarter of a mile farther
women I should have gone there for debouch a platform called"Maiden's /
you upon
my second wife. As for ric-ies, she : rest" The judge and the'widow .V F

.fg\; hat my best rooms and orders what had been up there twice. On / Monday and Thursday
. he wants. My bill against her will the afternoon of the early morning V :

be very much. walk they took the path again. When *
"Think fche'a on the marry?" / ,
I It. they had reached the plateau and found
,' """bE'U I saw you, sir, and knew seats and had a few words to say about \ 3:00 to 5:00 P. M.
that you were American I said tomyelf the view the widow locked: the judge { F

: fair in the eyes and said:
14'He conies from the same country.( "Mr. Fonihaia, In about three minutes -- SKATING

lIe looks like a widower. lie appears unless\you promise to leave Lausanne For Children
to be,rich. Why should not the widower by the evening train, shall be- v :
marry the widow and thus make gin to scream." 15 Cents.NO' .
each other happy? "
"Yes he calmly replied."I
"Thanks for your Interest In the V
shall run down the path shoutingfor
. cite, old man but go slow. An Amer- "
ican widower and an American widow "
will always find each other In good "Yes. v ADMISSION FEE.
"I shall meet people and declare that
time It rou leave them alone. Just
you threatened me. I think you will
leave It to us. understand what that will mean to V
They cet at the table but were nqt I "
A char person you.
Introduce eyed
"Certainly, but there are loopholes In
would have noticed that they were your plan. For Instance, I have no \
sizing each other up. Two days later less than three witnesses concealed behind -
at the widow sat on'theeranda; with the rocks up here. Then I havea Porter & Dexter :
Look In hand the landlord and
': a per telegram to the effect that your Brother
the judge approached, and the former
n4 Tommy Is In custody at Lyons. I VV ,
Indulged In a dozen bows and scrapes
also have a second stating that his extradition -
a* he said: papers, for which I bare been .
-1 have the utmost felicitation In waiting these many days, are ready for
presenting Judge Fordham to Mrs. me." F FI

Chatham. "Where do I come in?" she asked Proprietors.goods
The Judge found the widow to be a after awhile. .

sob woman not much over thirty. She was "You don't come In Tommy did the

: bright and keen and self pO !leliM.l embezzling, and you simply ran away
She found the judge to be a man of / _
l with him. So far as my Instructionsgo.
mmm m mmm
t sob about forty-eight, hale and hearty and you are to be left behind here In +

inclined to be frank spoken. Of course to enjoy yourself best __ ___H __ __ __ __ ___ ,_
Europe as you -- --- ----
they became Interested at once and .. ,
have of the
No doubt
after a few minutes the landlord re- may.stolen to you some bills with goods that are a drug, so as to dsposeof [ ,, S.LLc.1iu. Limo
money pay your
those goods quickly, and It is a fact i ii
entered the office to to his wife:
say .. instructed to arrest .
I not
but was you.I
31. Marie I have done a noble i not creditable to human nature that I ,
'Today, ,
:, thing. The widower will marry the the was papers simply were keeping ready tab for on Tommy.you until Is I fake '80:<13' will move a slow stock I. M THE BON TON.
'Qwe.I. > than fake reduc-
more quickly even
widow, and when they return to America there anything more to ?" I
I they will probably live In New "Sir, I do not know you say!" answered tions."-New Orleans Tlmes' mocrat. i.a 7 S
York, Arizona, and be happy all their
. .{ the widow as she arose and started i
days. Did I not tell you when we weremarried Wit of a Scotch Lnnatle. .1
her lonesome.
down the path by
A beautiful line of
that as a landlord I should be S Thi! lunatic asylum story come Ginghams
from Glasgow: Two councilors of that
n a Neither magnificent the success Widow?" Chatham nor I "And so you go away to Lyons?" repeated city were taken over a large asylumthe for Shirt Waist Suits.

4on I Judge Fordham had a story to tell. It I I the landlord after the Judge had other day by one of the patients, Vv

J came out in conversation that announced his intentions. a sate man. lIe had led them to a
she was the casually widow of a Chicago whole- "Yes; have to go." room to display; a view from a window Big line of TWO DOL. ONE DOLLAR

at > sale grocer and had taken the trip "And" the widow from Chicago. Can when some one shut the door. / bAR HATS for ,
It abroad at the Inst., :e of her brother ada? with Its self acting lock and the three ,\
Tom who "I must leave her In your keeping.We The patient alone
was a silk: buyer for aew men were prisoners.
{,y., York house and who would soon be I have had a misunderstanding. You preserved his composure. While the \ Three-cornered George Washington
. 31- with them. It came out the same way' know how cantankerous American councilors clamored to be released he ,

that the judge had retired from the widows are." remarked: Hats for Babies Girls and"
Iarla," said the landlord to his wife (
bench In New York and was now taking I "If I were you I would be quiet"Ko ,
; It easy abroad while his bonds that evening "I ,may be magnificentand bvlp coming the councilors grew Misses. Prices 75c. and $1.00.
I may not Jhe widower and the stoodon .
went right on piling up interest They I desperate. Beads of perspiration
found themselves agreeing on almost widow have quarreled and he has their brows and they fairly yelled. '

5."ans". all subjects, especially on the greatnessof started for Lyons and it may be that "If I were you" repeated the patient k
Chicago and the purity American he will never come back to plead for a soothingly "I would keep quiet" PRICES REDUCED Shirt-
politics and now and then the landlord reconciliation. The main point however "But we're no daft," pleaded one of \ o'Va
looked out to smile and turn to his is that I charged him two extras the visitors.

wife with: for falling In love with another guest and "Hoots mon. that's what I said maseP :(! To come and look means a purchase. '
of house and falling out again
my '
compliment me on
my magnificence. when I was brocht In!
The widower and the widow maybe I am magnificent after all"
are becoming more and more InterestedIn
da ,",- I Virtue of "Sold" Sign. I
) each other.
t seta 1 Set The Judge ratter took charge of Mrs "Get this parlor suit out at once. : The Great Heaflaftie Cure.BromoPepsin, Mrs. C. W. Bache. I

pt, lk.;' Chatham after the first day. They rode John. said the manager.
( out together they boated together, they "Oh, let's Just put a 'Sold' tag on it
on j climbed the hills together. The subject till tomorrow" grumbled Salesman I 71 KTjphoid.

V. *. of love wasn't even hinted at, but there John. "The men are fearful busy." :1.:'r iT:"l ili "lR lrl i 'T '.

1 were other It\'rsous than the landlord "John." said the manager, "you know I "Note the Word Pepsin. I '
er4{ who smltal in a knowing way. ; very little about human nature if !i i I ------
sate'timit \
1 I you're willing to leave a suit of furniture -!,ii Headache, ludig stioo, I
colt Tfcere wsa: just a bit or mystery about i C is
of the pineapple
o k' the brother. lIe was to arrive at such marked 'Sold' in sight of the pub- I G U E !I Juice green
O't. t) Insomnia, Seriousness By boiling all the water and sterilizing accredited in Java, the Philippine
lic. If left the suit here everybodythat
a time and such a time but he didn'tarrive. we all the milk and thoroughly cooking and throughout the far east generally
,3tions-, It was all the fault of the came in would be attracted by theSo'.d'
the all the vegetables and killing all most
On Spot. with being a blood poison of a
it and would want to
silk men, he wrote. sin on
They were taking
tllintl. ;I the flies the average person may be- deadly nature. It is said to be the
buy it or its duplicate. The suit can'tbe
things and refused to be hust'ei
easy Harmless. fairly Immune from typhoid fe
tes.Absolutely come -
So substance with which the Malays pol-
.1D .cCOll R' lIe would be along in good:: time. however duplicated! as you know, and so the .
ver. and to
ft and !u one of hs letters he wrote people would be dissatisfied. This suit:, : ill DrvgguU, 10, tSt, /ad Ml son their kreeae and daggers
torn nail" for
be also the "finger poison
that because they couldn't have It:. would
It would be a pleasure for him to
Sale By Envy la the Garden. '
for Javanese
ertuuln ., to them the desirable one in merly in use among the aborigine -
meet the judge. The Judge smiled seem only
"I have done nothing but blush all .
in J! grimly when this extract was read to ,. our stock. They would take no other. The City Pharmacy day" complained the rose, "and still i women cultivate almost a nail universally.These on each
him. lIe seemed to doubt It. We should: probably loss half a dozen women
i that idiot of a poet goes on talking of and the
sharp point.
baud tIi long
After their acquaintance had lasted sales. LIVE OAK, FLA.
the modest if there not
1.5-0; two weeks and one day just after a "Why, John there aresome dishonest violet 83 were least scratch from one of these WIIatb.
telegram had ben Yec:fb'E'd 1 z the_ driers who jjut '&"Ild' signs on 41-23-trwi-vr others. certainj1T _,_- ;

.4 1gilts

f -- ...- -' --- ,-- .
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..!. ;IIj"i '

V *v. V.
f: -.

: gOAKDYDEQiT title to those Everglades, lands la, la, -them- nor agree to publish, all nor I VISIT THE" POPULAR.HEALTH ANDDOWLINQ PLEUR RSott- -- -:_ I

dispute, "while it Is now a matter of halt of what they wrote, we" would

litigation In the courts, It would be give them welcome all the same anda :

a, PUBLISHED EVERT;AFTERNOON, unwise to spend the public money In fair measure of space in which to PAR :

P1 r EXCEPT SUNDAY. draining "them until their ownership air their hobbies. '
a< ,
absolutely settled. *, "WJIY DOWX VPO*> THE 9UWUXH 'fctW

HE... LIVE Oil PUBLISHING. COM: Al.y. "This, as we said Is a very Impor- FINED THE DEAD MAN. .' *

tant point and? In fact, the main (From Boston Herald.) Mineral Springs, Hotel: and Cotta

point in the whole drainage proposition. The judge's decision in a case set-
Live .
Entered I.t the post-office,
} No private Individual would tled a few years .ago in Millinocket, HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. COOOK&*. '
Improve a piece of property unlesshe Me., probably will not serve as a Ti's
felt reasonably sure that he had precedent but .no exception to it was I F .-.- '"

3" or would secure a good title to It'l I reported. I RATES REASONABLE nUILES'ROMLIVIOU.ONUVlCUt :'.3

.THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be and the state in this matter should An Italian laborer was killed while &CM.Jf. COMCTIOfUr LN(01I..a 14- _,_ _

mailed to any part of the United be guided by the same business prin-I at work. on a dam at the pulp-mills. PflRK HOTEL. DOWNING PflRK. FlORIDfl

States, postage prepaid, for $5.00 ciple which a business man would At the hearing before the local ADDRESS WUSM'

; per fear; $2.50 /or six months; follow in a similar case where hill |justice there was found In a pocketa ,

;i : $1.25 f or three months, or own personal business interests were roll of bills containing $25 and

50 cents for five weeks in advance. affected. j hidden in one of the bootlegs was

k Delivered to any part of the city "So far as we could observe the I found a dirk knife BEWF WOMEN

,by carrier for 10 cents per week. nearest the governor came to answering I As there was no probate court ANDSTRONG .

the question was his contentionthat within many miles of the town, the MEN =

assuming his own position In judge was at a loss to know what disposal -
in reference to the state's title to the should be made of the money. soon lot* beauty and
y Next Thursday the important contention irhea kidney dis- l
of the Sea Island Cotton lands to be the correct one the sup- j Finally he hit upon the solution. The ease strength fastens Itself on them bp $ r

I. Qrowers. of Georgia'and Florida called reme court "would decide in thej i I court took charge of the money and But do not despair. ;' flL+' u_

:\' state's favor. This answer is hardly fined the corpse $25 for carrying concealed DR.KcGEE'SBACKACHE r" &
by President Harvie Jordan to {
a a satisfactory one and does not really weapons. ANDKIDNEY
,consider ,the marketing of the crop ,
answer the Question. -'. CUES 1;
:}and other pertinent matters, meets f1li
"We should like very much to have MAX SEEKING HIS WIFE. will brine yon b. ek to lif* {' ,.
t Jn Valdosta and indications point to ant haaiui. Don't orerlooktuns I i =
I the governor make a plain straight
*iu. In be"ack-that e'
a large attendance from both States.
: forward statement of his 11 "all gone" feeling ner.Touae .
position on 1 Florid Tragedy is Reported With : a
*" The Valdosta Times has the followIng *., head.ach.the 'i a
this phase of the proposition. It is, Thomasville End to It. &U point to kiAiey: dla. .tIn J i
t 'to say on the subject which will : one ol Us forms. G.tw ftU 1 t ,
be fromI I in The Journal's opinion, the one Thomasville played a part in a sad -.top this tamola oiseaja "' Ai
interesting to 'our delegates i'I
t' Suwannee county: : strong card which the opposition toll little domestic tragedy this week. A In this lime wonderful by burisra remedy botUa to el* t I{' ;p ....

the drainage scheme have to play, resident of Madison, Fla., was in the d.!). A sure cure Ijr Rheu 1! I+l i ( Qiat ltly
The Sea Island Cotton Growers matism Lumbago anetBl'tllhC' H i n a _
and thus far we hate not seen a I city looking for his wife, who had Disease. At your : '
of Georgia and Florida are going to '
L ''t9bo
I druggrt'e5U and Li1.0 a
satisfactory answer to It. been away from. home for three .
meet in this city on next Thursdayand
"We do not &y that this pointalone weeks and whose non-return had
Friday for the purpose of taking -
should determine the whole caused him great uneasiness. She
some action in to their
... regard, question supporting or opposingthe had been 'FIVE OAK
; crop with a view to making it bring vIsItingPelham, and COMPANY.
better prices this year. Hon Harvie drainage amendment but we do ten him frequently until a few days I}
say that it is a question that will cut
Jordan has called the meeting together ago. Then her letters ceased, and

t and he is expected to be on a large figure in the case and it ]her worried husband wrote to. their ORDINANCE FIXING FUSE LIMITS Ject to the tam for food

: hand and assist the ought to be answered." 1 friends in Pelham inquiring if she Ordinance No. 31. shall be the duty of said
? growers in reach- An ordinance to establish a fire member of the City t'\.aII
Ing some wise conclusions. The was still there. x limit in the City of Live Oak 'Florida file hU objeetloa *d
meeting will be the most importantthe The St. Louis Republic-says that The answer came that she had to prescript the manner of buildings permit with the Mayor wit

sea island growers have ever had. the result of the recent primary in been gone for several days and had and the material used in build shall be the duty of :be Msisi .
,because-. will be more representative Georgia thrusts Tom Watson forward left with the Intention of going home. ings to be constructed therein, and order such work oruntil r.p.t's "'
fixing penalties for violation the question of alK *", '.M
conspiciously as a senatorial pos The husband came to Thomasville the ]
t and because it will be held at '
thereof. mat be pasted '
can t" *
upon *
t sibility. This would be important
the beginning of the season when knowing that she would pass throughthis Be it ordained by the City Council Council

the farmers are preparing to begin if true but of course it isn't true so city on her way. He had a pic- and the Mayor of the City of Live Section 3.-That trailed bet

marketing their crop. This is the far as it means that Watson has any ture of the woman who was young Oak, Florid*: covered with sheet iron shell) sly

second general that has chance to be Senator from Georgia. and unusually: handsome. He in- Section 1.-That the following allowed to PH kUf or t ,'IJ
meeting been
4 described parts and portions of the within the Hid Fir Lt\\-
held in Valdosta and that fact is a quired of the police officers, and at City of Live Oak, Florida, are here- Section ..-Thtt .t".lft r

compliment, not only to Valdosta but President Palma of Cuba, whom the several hotels and boarding houses by established and declared to be the any person p f'rll ofta, firm ;tr ..

+ to the entire sea island belt in Geo we believe to,be a thoroughly honest in the city. She had been here tire Limits of the City of Live Oak, tion shall desire to build ..

rgia. That fact ought to inspire and patriotic man, has the good only a few days ago and was readily Florida, to-wit: I or enlarge or repair auf i.,.. .It
wishes of the government and Commencing at the intersection of structure within tkv Hid Fr; j
%! I people recognized from the
Georgians to send large delegations of photo by a num- Conner Street with Suwannee Street before commencing fiesta " c to the convention, The ,farmers of this country in the contest that ber of people. But she had gone on thence running South along Suwannee structure, they salt aubiLit! %,.

-. i Lowndies and the adjoining counties ) has been precipitated by the rascal- to parts unknown before her husband Street eighty-five (85) feet and specification of tile uru
should take a hand In the movement ly vagaband rabble of Cuba to over- reached here ant the disconsolateman thence West through the home place I I i Fire Committee of the sail "ii
throw his administration of C. J. McGehee to a point on I the approval of "
; but it is Mid u" :.1
l' and try to make it a successful occasion continued his sad search in oth-
Church Street, eighty-five feet which said
(85) Committee, i' -
probable that he has I
1 r ; They will be the beneflcl very a long andtr'lng er towns. south of Conner Street, thence South prove of such plies aid r 1

r i 1., aries of :any good results that will guerrila war before him and One of the pathetic features of the along Church Street to Wilber Street, ', tion, shall las.ta to itch j..,. I

'tt accrue from he meeting. And the I that he will wish he was back in affair was the, statement of the hus- thence East along Wilber Street to sons, firm or eorpeMUoii M ,i f. '

4 t : .. merchants of Valdosta should also.fl. New York teaching school before he band that he supposed his wife to be Pine Street thence South along Pine i permit; If n *b ptaac .bJ R*''' ,
i Street to Parshley Street, thence East tion are cot ap.tN'u,4 In If.,
gets through with it.
. take some notice of the convention suffering from mental aberration.; He I alOng Parshley Street to Ohio Committee. then lash btii4,' s

J, r and should offer"some kind of entertainment said that a few years ago she had Avenue, thence North along Ohio structure thai tat he IH'] ,* f

t ; for the, visitors. Their Tomorrow or next day the good had mental trouble and he was then Avenue to point on Jhe Eastern ,idt..). ho"'e,.,. that rut y '

1t.. r." ; Coming here gives recognition ship Princess Irene, frightened with advised by physicians and friends boundry of Ohio Avenue directly op- person firm or corpora"! <>r I_
sign posite the Southern bouadry of Wil they feel th... .
L the incarnate hope of the **l'w au to '> .
.t. ,: to Valdosta and not only that, but l\ationall to have her placed in an asylum ber Street thence East through the the decision .of the said 1i "

f It puts this city in closer touch with Democracy is expected to reach New She had seemed to recover of late, home place of the estate of N. M. mittee, may appeal to IB*' < I

,: 'I many.of the leading men in the rich York harbor and the day followingMr. and the trouble came as a complete Parshley to a point opposite a pointon cil for such talkMc pru.i, Drat ,

,1. territory all around us. This is : Bryan will get his great recep- surprise to him.-Thomasville Times Conner Street twenty (20) feet on such apHl '. tlW t.
. -, tion in Madison Square Garden. On i i east of eastern boundry line of the t..e City Council tea> transuch ..
I worth much to the city old it will I Enterprise.
property RobbIns
by &
Mc permit.
, ,f. be worth more if we can have these issues that occasion he will map out the !I Gehee, thence North to a point on Section 5.-Tbat ao>" i" 1..,.
f. people return to their homes the next campaign and the' COTTON Haynes Street to a
with a j GIUNVKKS. point opposite a violate or atte4 i i e lo rluiai"
+ t good word upon their lips for this whole American people irrespectiveof I Notice is hereby given that there point, twenty (20) feet east of the the provision of tail t h il

:" city and section. Let us get up an party will listen with acute atten- will be a meeting of the Sea Island Eastern boundry line of the property shall, upon coavtctioa thl i-, fur,
tion. Only a man of tremendous owned by Robbins & McGehee on fore the Mayor of said >; ,,
informal spread at some convenIent | Cotton Growers' Association in
the Conner Street, thence West punished .
could along by a flae sot to t s r.i
place next Thursday night and let power measure up to the expectations Court House Live Oak Haynes Street
Fla., on Saturday to Haimlton Street, hundred dollars ( $ Ur 11: er
us all turn out and meet the visitors. of such an occasion. but Sentember I, at 11 a. m. thence North along Hamilton Street prisonuient In tb. .'1\, ir I...'it

It will make their stay here more Mr. Bryan has been tested too often Every iuember of the Association, to Duval Street thence West along l riod not vxcl.K ,h I...

pleasant; it will be a pleasant occas- to permit any Democratic doubt that I and especially those who have SUb- Duval Street to a point one hundred Section 5.-Tlv* roY uhj ut
he will be equal to the (100) feet west of Ohio Ave, thence Ordinance shall apply l i 4' t !'t'
ion for the Valdostans emergency.
and it will be scribed stock in the warehouse com- I South to Hayne Street, thence West occupant contractor or wurk

an investment that wl bring us pany are requested to be present.B. along Hayne Street to the main line any such building or strut i UIW
rich returns in other ways at other The Atlanta papers are slowly be- F. UMSTEAD, of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway Section 7.-ThU QrdiBtd--

times." ginning to get interesting again after I President.J. thence Northwest along the main line go into effect immediate! u

fourteen months of Eatinswille I: F. SHERWOOD of said Atlantic Coast Line Railway passage by the City COUBCII l ass

I J THE l'I-: S.COL.JOl' X.\L journalism, in which they did little I j to Duval Street thence West along proval by the Mayor
Secretary. Duval and Third Streets to the railway I Passed by the City Count! !
WANTS TO KXOW. but throw mud at each other and the iI I I track known as the "Y", thence 17th day of August, A. U telrt.

f ThePensacola Journal Is an undoubted rival candidates. But the editors up | A MYSTERY: SOLVED. Southwest along the railroad track II| CHAS. t1. 11MB N q,

f E friend personal and politi- there should go through a rigid de- "How to Beep of periodic attacksof known as the "Y" to Church Street, j I! Attest: Preeldtftt el 11 t G:

cal, of Governor Broward, and while odorizing process and cleanse and biliousness and habitual constipa-Uence___ .. South.... ,along Church Street tovuhvr i,; S. P. MAYS, City Clerk

t-: that paper has thus far occupied fumigate themselves thoroughly before I,i tion was Conner Street oireei tneuce Eat along I -
a that to
I'I mystery. Dr. King's_ Suwannee Street I, S. P. Maya, City ("I!1. fli ",
they set
something like an impartial and up as guides and teach-I|I New Life Pills solved for me" writes and point of beginning. I City of Live Oak Florid*. Chi

Judicial attitude toward the Everglades ers for the people again. And they I!|I II John N. Pleasant, of Magnolia Ind. Section 2.-That no person per- certify that the above tad h

s drainage issue it has been, i iI should abandon the very bad habit I 'The only pills that are sons, firm or corporation shall be allowed Ordinance No. 51 was rtgulailf
I of writing in double measure and I guaranteed to or permitted to build, construct ed by the City Council on she
friendly to
that scheme
I i give perfect satisfaction to everybody erect enlarge or repair day of
any August A. D.
black-faced I llu
type, for matter with
f and disposed to take the Governor'sside ,or money refunded. building or structure within the said same is -
Only 25c at hereby c r- of the case. For this reason ad- merit in it does not need such cheap, j Barclay & Groover fire limits as described in Section I for his approval.
Drug Stor .
" ditional mechanical, circus-poster devices to One (1) of this Ordinance, whereof Witness .
weight will be given to the I / my band lad tt"
following thoughtful and timely editorial -I bring it to the notice and appreciation I is the of main material including the roof, said City Ibis 17tb day of
1 of people who read the MASTER'S SALE. or other combustible material A. D. 1305.
I' in Sunday's Journal, which editorial I I ; but that all buildings '
or struc- ,
S. P. MAYS *
Under and CK
by virtue of
page. Final
a Decree
; calls attention to a contingency closure mad.and entered by ho,,. B. H. of Palmer Per, tures hereafter builded or Constructed (Seal.)
z which may make any investment by I Judge of the Circuit Court. Third Judicial Circuit within the said fire limits shall be Examined and approved i 10\
Florida, ill and for Suwaance mainly of brick
the State of Florida in the Ever- What has become of the man with Chancery dated the 2Uh day of July A.county D.. 1m., ID j' other material stone rock or some the 17th day of AII<<...t. .t, ii J
a hobby, with wherein E. J. Blum and Walter Blume partners I of a combustible M. JI:. IU,' "r i
glades drainage J
a very disastrous an enthusasm, with a'I trading and nature, Provided
doing business That
4 i 1 as E. J. Blum&; Co.. any person I Mayor City of U\' .....
( : speculation, involving heavy loss to fad of some kind? There used to i are Johnson.aad Complainant Alfred ud Johnson Charlotte Johnson. Lemuel persons firm or corporation owning j

r f the taxpayers. The Journal says: be at least one in every community, I!i the sum of seventy-two dollars art Defendants and 11 centa for or occupying any wooden or other > Don't
($':.11) principal and interest, building now within j Have Your Cart
and the .
and he the further said FIre
"In the notable debate on the Ever- was a valuable moral factor, j I sum of thirty-five dollar (35.00 Solicitors' Limits
fee, may repair the
.. ; glades drainage question between too, for he was the enemy of alII i and all cs.ts of this suit and wherein I, the under- submitting to the Fire same by first Work
{ igned ws appointed Special Master in Committee of Butchered
:: Governor Broward and Hon. Jno. S. forms of despondency and while he I i to execute said Final Decree. Chancery said City the plans or nature of the 0

Beard heard in this city last Monday was sometimes a bore and frequently I in 1.SepUmber as Special, 1J04.Master the same being first Monday I repairs desired to be made, and tj
the 3rd day of :
;.: night, it is generally conceded that wrong-headed his hopefulness was[1 i said legal month hours and.f sale a legal IB front f ale* day, between the th"il'obtaining_____ !lnn" from,,,,1 ,said_u1 _'Fire- __ Committee' I _At the Mill! 0 e "
of the Court -
House '
the governor had he best of it-or irrepressible and he infected others : door in Live Oak, Suwanne c unt/,Florid. .Ter permit rr.w. t ouvu repairs ana aj
i for sale and sell at 1 authorizing the same, Provided -|
i: he at least carried a very large majority with his temperament, if not his con- bidder fr cash the following outcry,described to the highest lands That the Fire Committee is not I!

:-' of the crowd with him-and victions. But like the town humorist i'Quarter.to-wits northwest The southwest quarter.f quarter southwest*f northwest to hereby authorized to allow repairs I I urn the Timbel CrI M "

k:. that we suppose was the object of he seems to hate disappeared and the sort e i..t quarter ef the touthweat Quarter quarter such any building or structure where .
the debate. left no visible equivalent behind. and soithweat quarter of southwest quarter sec-I repairs would be worth more -- --
p Wewould i ti.n
twenty-four, than the
in township three,
rang i' or structure desired I Build them ,
r "There is one question, however like to have at least half a thirteen cut eontaJBice CD* hundred and sixty to be repaired. 1'rovided under a Gu tJ
I acres moro er I17in& and further
and it is a very important one- dozen men in LiVe Oak, each with an -Suwannce tOuatJ.l1oriJa ar sa moth being! situated thereof u in that should the Fire Committee at, tee. Have Built Hundred (

i, which Governor Broward failed to honest, decent hobby, no matter how :ail Buy cost be required in and about t.satisfy said suit.said Final Decree and build any time give a permit to either am Building more every

answer.. The proposition. was put up ito. visionary or Impracticable and while I j Special UasUr!. Chancery i., Jaly T. LAMB 30.1906 any building, construct within repair the or said enlarge Fire For Best Prices. Write.W. .

:him by Mr. Beard that while the rcre wouldn't want a daily vis't ir'om j HUMPHREYS Solicitor for&CvmpUinajata.BARBELL. Limits and any member of the City H. ADKISO.H! ,:,
MV-4W Council
knowing of such permit ob- P. o. Bot No. 4. IALlAttUSC I I



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Ten thousand yards of calico 'all Just received 50 tailor-made skirts LESLIE-FOOL.. 5c. far -
flIEY Spend. iiarr
THEY COME 60 f _
shades and colors suitable for young In all colors. The. popular gray ;

a ,._.......r and old, going at 5 cents per yard. plaids, etc The Ladles' Emporium. Alton Aug. 27.-A verb qui t..but or coM drinks aad vote&r .'

.'\ The Ladies'. Emporium.- 2tT beautiful wedding of unusual Inter most popykr LLiye
Some You know And Some You ...t **' .i E. C. Pool left today for Petersburg est occurred at the home of Mr. and -"-.
Q3 k at
Don't Know. Presiding Elder Hilburn returned Va. Mrs W. K. White, on Saturday

today from Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville evening at 10 o'clock. The contracting :.FkMa INk Stffif ,

t 1 .. ---tHappeB1ags ,- .' : and Fernaodina.,. ,.". t The .very.best service and twentyone parties were Miss Mattie Leslie ,. .
of a Day iu Lire OafcProf. : L. .4 j meals for $4-50, City' Resta. of Live ,Oak .and Mr. W. R. Pool -""C-'C.. COQK; Proprfcfor *:

I have received the prettiest line urant. tf of Tallahassee. The ceremony was q

of library and centre tables ever perform in the presence of a few BARDIN &

A. Lee Humphreys returned shown in Live Oak. Come around Mrs. Walter F. Dennard has goneto intimate friends and relatives, by

today from Anderson S. C., wherehe and let's look at them. E.. S. Tul- Peacock for several weeks' stay Rev. Curtis Grubb of Live Oak. EDWARD

went last week to attend the lock & Co. It I Mr. Pool formerly resided here

funeral of his father one of the old- J. Perry Hodge, of Jasper, is In where he first met Miss Leslie while

est and most highly respected citizensof Mr. F. W. Weylman advance agentof the city, the guest of, his brother. W she was visiting her aunt, Mrs W. : 38 acres in Sout

that section. Prof. Humphreys the C. W. Parks Stock Company, S. Hodge K. White. They soon became friends, _

found It necessary to remain several is in the city, arranging for a week's their friendship soon ripened Into East Live Oak--l) ;

day to look after matters connected engagement for his popular company. r.our students are accepting positions love and the wedding of Saturday,

with the estate. No man In Suwannee This company has played In our city new ones wanted a't once to was the result. ing East of Obi

county has a greater host of on several occasions heretofore and take their pla.es.-Southern Business Miss Leslie is a charming and nigh-
friend, and all of them sympathize always to good houses and should College. ly cultured young woman of many accomplishments .

deeply with him in the loss of his they return they will no doubt be <' and, is the daughterof

father. greeted each night with a good at- Rev. Frederick Pasco editor of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leslie of Live

tendance by those of our citizens the Florida Christian Advocate, returned Oak and also a sister of Col. Archie '_ _

Fall business has already begun at who love to see a good play. home today from Miami Leslie. tract for subdivision

the Ladles' Emporium. We have re- where he had been called to conductthe Mr. Pool is young man of high

ceired a nice assortment of dress You know what you are giving funeral services of Hon. S. L. moral character and many excellent to the City of

goods, the newest creation In grays your baby when you use Casoasweet. Patterson. qualities and holds a responsible' !
Live Oak.
shadow and shepherd plaids, the The ingredients are on every bottle. position with the Bushwall Development Within

I I most popular cuttings to be had. The Contains no opiates. For loss of "Smith & Stoughton" $5.00 shoe Co., of Tallahassee, and his
five minutes
Ladles' Emporium. 2t sleep. A vegetable corrective for the at $..QO next ten days. No better many friends are congratulating him walk _

bowels. Sold by. City Pharmacy. value in any $6.00 shoe. H. A, for the prize he has won. Miss Les-
of Court
D. P. Coachman returned today Blackburn. 9.1 lie has made many friends during

from the markets where he bought Mr. Geo. Wolfe one of this city's her stay at Alton who regret her de- .

two car-loads of horses and mules enterprising merchants, and his I am showing everything neededIn parture. The bride and groom left _Lots 150_. yards
for his sales stables. daughter Miss Ruth have returned your home, in the way of furniture on the early train Sunday morningfor ----- --"
from this
from Philadelphia Baltimore and all goods from cheapest to the Tallahassee their future home. proposition -

Among the many new goods at New York, where Mr. Wolfe pur- best. E. S. Tullock & Co. It
Tbe Ladles' Emporium is a line of chased his stock of fall and winter COTTOX GROWERS MEET are selling today

'"hand-bags, purses bandkerchiefa goods. Mr. Wolfe reports a fine trip C. B. McKlnnon, the popular con-
at $1,000.
etc. 2t and says he will have some rare bar- ductor 'on the Live Oak, Perry & Building of Warehouse the Subject

gains to offer his customers this fall. GuU Railroad, returned yesterday Under Discussion-Enthusiastic

Little guns, big guns long guns from Nashville Tenn., St. Louis, Meeting Well Attended.

and crooked guns are a few FOR RENT-Several four and six- Mo., and Hot Springs Ark. He reports $6,500for

of the' many kinds of guns to room cottages. Apply at this office. an ideal vacation. The Suwannee County Sea Island
found in the stock of guns just Cotton Growers' Association met at

received by Mr. Ceo. Wolf, on the Thos Dowling president of the Receiving almost dally new and the Court House in Live Oak, August

corner. His stock of second-hand Live Oak. Perry & Gulf Railroad pretty fall goods at The Ladies Em- 25, as per call from President. the 38 acres.

guns, this season, is larger and bet- left yesterday afternoon for Jack, porium. 2t Association called to order by the

ter than ever before, and as usual sonville on a business trip. i President. The regular order of business -

some rare bargains can be had. One Fruit of the Loom Bleaching the was dispensed with, and the Real Estate and Investments

I of the guns now in the stock has a WANTED-Position by a young best on earth, going at 9 cents per warehouse question was brought up BAISDEN BUILDING.

41-inch barrel and another is as man graduate of Philadelphia High :)'ardTbe Ladies' Emporium. 2t and a 'number of new shares were

crooked as a rail-fence. Call and see School. Address "P." care of this taken by members of the Association Phone 196.,
I. them. office. tf Mrs. Fred Bremer returned from and several present doubled the num-

i Thomasville :yesterday, where she ber of shares heretofore subscribed

Mr. \'. \'. Coogler of Brooksville, C. A. Atkins of Atlanta, representing had been visiting relatives.Mrs. for.Mr.

off is in the city spending a few days the Gate City Coffin Company, C. H. Brinson was present and

**! with hU tJster. Mrs. F, Ion Robert- was in our city today in the interest. W. S. Scarboro of Ellaville, upon invitation: of\the Association,

All ton. Mr. Coogler is much pleased of his company, was a pleasant visitor to our city made an able talk and advanced
lot] with Live Oak and may become a yesterday. good reasons why the farmers, merchants -

*, of city. and professional men should
citizen our prosperous celebrated 53.50 "Bostonian"shoes I
a ctM will go at $3.00 per pair for R. J. Allen a prominent farmerof come together and assist in the advancement -

There was something doing at the the next few days. H. A. Black- RUford. is shopping in town today of the interests of the

inn Florida Live Stock Company's stables burn. 9-1 cotton growers. He expressed him-

yesterday. Sid Conner, the manager, I self as in favor of building a ware-
had his "rabbit foot" with him and Elder W. A. Jordan, of Dowling Mrs. Durable who has been very house and urged those present to are caused by Indigestion. If you tU a

without any special effort, sold twen- Park Is In the city transacting busi- ill, has sufficiently recovered to go take stock in the warehouse company little too much, or if you art tufejul to
01 head of horses and mules. and help along the good movement. attacks of Indigestion you bus no iscU
* ty-two ness for the Dowling Lumber & to Palm Beach. had shortness of breath, rapid heart butt
gala This was a remarkably good day's Naval Stores Company. C. H. Brown and others made in- heartburn or palpitation of the hurt

business for so early in the season, Mrs. Walter Nicholson, who has teresting and instructive talks advo-. Indigestion causes the stomach ti
is indication to what may cating organization, and urged the! expand-swell, and puff up against th$
and as
an Original laxative cough syrup, been visiting Mrs. Dr. Barclay, returned heart This crowds the heart and iatr*
ousp. 1* expected when the season for sale Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. to her home at Quincy today. necessity of building a warehouse,, feres with its action and in the count cf
adt of live stock opens up which will No opiates. Sold by City Pharmacy. believing it would pay the cotton l time the heart becomes disused

haee.a be at least thirty days. Miss Lillian Gladden, a pretty growers good returns for every dol-

Misses Mena Turnbull and Em young lady who visited Mrs. W. F. dar invested. KodolFor

tt1 Try Daily Democrat, only lOc a Parkhill, two charming young ladles i Dennard, in this city is to be mar- Adjourned until 1:30 p. m.

as1a 1u..k, deHn-ml. of Monticello, have gone to Dowling:I ried at Pensacola tomorrow to Mr. Afternoon Session.
wI Park. H. B. Brown. i Minutes of previous meeting read Dyspepsia

ate J, C. Lyle the electrician, returned __ and approved. Members were appointed -

I, the latter part of last week from Rooms for gentlemen lodgers' See Helvenston Brothers about that to sell shares in each district of digests: the heart what,and you contributes tat takes the nouriihrMat traa! c5,

for asting South Florida, where he had been for centrally; located, five minutes walk'. accident insurance: They have just I la the county, and upon motion of fctrength and health to every organ of tht
line work C. H. Brinson, J. U. Meeks was appointed -. body For Indigestion, Soar
several days doing some from postoffice. Mrs. W. I. Hagan. what you are looking for and it costs Dl'pepaia.
t tldi.ad I Stomach, Inflammation
fro thefWestern Union Telegraph Co. Mr. E. J.Blume's but $1.00 thousand annum. to canvass as much of the OUl
west side of Hamilton SU per per membranes lining the St.oma.d&n4 Digestive .
La es former residence next house According to jesterday's Democrat, county as possible before next meet Tract,Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrhof
Suwannee Bakery has opened in ing and sell stock In the warehouse the Stomach.
ahafloft to Mr. W. Williford's.The Mr.: J. C. Baisden is now enroute to
the C. T. McDaniel store oppositethe company, and report at the next
After eating, food would distraints
lU New York. This Is not the case I my fey auktaf
court house. Fresh cakes and who have been meeting on Saturday, September 1st. my hurt palpitate and I would Ueom tenr......
ad air Bache family however, and we can prove it is not Finally 1 got a tool of Kodol and It can KM Uwr
bread daily-Suwannee Bakery. living in the vacant rooms over the The organization of warehouse Late relief. After using a few botUet I am sued
I Mr. J. C. Baisden himself. It
to discontinued company was deferred until meetingon MRS.LOR1N& NICHOLS.Peon Yu,&T.
Bon Ton store, have : who
Mr. T. S Baisden left yesterdayfor
Os. I C. D. Blackwell, the clever cashierof and will board with' : Saturday September 1, when all I had Jtomwhtrgatle and was IB aU4*&. all
s- housekeeping New York in company with Capt. had heart trouble with IL I lock Kodol Dytpacua
'. the Live Oak Bank accompaniedby Miss "Bessie Hathaway on Ohio who have subscribed stock are urgedto Cur.for about tour monthS and it tut4 CD*.
slouteft Hillman where to that
,. his wife, left yesterday afternoon Avenue. they go is see be present and participate in the a KAUBLS, IC" .. a
William Jennings Bryan properly
for Jacksonville on a short business election of temporary officers and
received when he lands In New York. Digests What You Eat
1S, trip. Walter Bryson. of the Santa Fe adoption of by-laws.
. bercW. Lumber Company, is in Live Oak today Ex-sheriff Hawkins, is at home Upon motion of J. F Sherwood, J. btl.ni 1U1.uUo., M u. .1.
aUloll: Send your orders to the Democrat from an extended business trip to D. Goss was allowed $5 for railroad lag taut.itoBtck.(tu, .\.a.ld.n.ar.fLa. ,4 ,f*.WtttC4.tCU I ACity ,

r"..ly per.e tkD' office for all kinds of commercial South Florida. Mr. Hawkins Is fare and expenses as delegate in at-

andtt and society printing. Subscribe for the DailY Democratand being mentioned as a suitable! person tendance upon the Association at dif Pharmacy.

,e Taslr keep posted on current eventsof for the State Convict inspector to ferent times.Adjourned.

Mrs. Annie Wheeler, a charming fast growing town. succeed Senator Blitch. It would to meet in Live Oak PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
4AU our
" eaal roung lady of Brinson. is visiting in indeed be hard to find a better man on Saturday September 1, at 11 a. --- .. .
our city, the guest of Mrs. Filtz. Charlie Smith, one of our good for that position. m.
1 1r B. F. UMSTEAD ,
LletLme witha R
colored citizens, got mixed up CE11h'TEUrCLE.XIXG..
tl Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams and mule yesterday and suffered the Notice is hereby given that there President.J. .

U.li'- mother, of Atlanta are guests of th misfortune of having one of his arms will be a meeting at Antioch Churchon F. SHERWOOD, ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LA\V.

to)1 Eo 1 Williams Hotel. dislocated.___. Dr. Creekmore was called September 5, for the purpose of Secretary. -
.Otl,"! !: Meals, 25c at the City Restaurant and reset the limb promptly.Misses I cleaning off the cemetery; and all Will do general Federal practice Courts.ROOMS ; in. State and
-the only white restaurant in the who are interested are invited to meet
There will be a picnic at Mt. 1 3 [ Lteix
rtII t city. Sallie Taylor and Olive with us with hoes and rakes, etc.
Fleasant Saturday before the second 'hO E No. 190.
j Ulmer were here yesterday, and went Also with well filled baskets. The LIVE OAS : j FLORIDA.C. ,
, Editor J. E. Pound, of the Perry out to Dowling Park last night. Theseare ladles and children are especially invited Sunday in September. Everybody
cordially invited to come and help .3. BIW'",It. F.. J::.Y rurawM.
Herald, was in the city Sunday and two of Monticello's most popularand to attend. Please remember ,
i a-i enjoy the day at this beautiful & THOMASON
returned home yesterday morning. BROWN ,
jolly young ladies. the date Sept. 5. 1
. ItM place of worship. We hope to have
Committee: J. H. Burnett, C. H. !
i, Dotted swiss at Miss M. V. Edwards IX SELF DEFENSE Brinson, G. F. Haddock, J.1.. Wil some interesting talks on Sunday-
school, education and Free PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
l: at 8 and 10 cents per yard. Major Hamm, editor and manager of liams. Masonry.Rev. ,
] \ the Constitutionalist, Eminence, Ky., B. R. Mosely and W. F. LIVE OAK. ; ; : FLOEIPA.

I Just received a nice assortment of when he was fiercely attacked, four I I I NOTICE. Tompson have been holding a seriesof

Gua11 It. flower pots. Suwannee HardwareCo. years ago, by Piles, bought a box of I There will be a special meeting of meeting at this place. We all feel L M. DIXON, i

It Bucklen's Arnica Salve of which besa's Barrett Lodge, No. 43, tonight at 8 very much revived.At e
reds .. : "It cured me in ten days and o'clock. There will be degree work this hour it reminds us of July.
,ery trouble since." Quickest healerof and all members are requested to be The rains are falling in torrents. I
Lt.t Mrs. Land, one of Mayo's leading no
. t milliners, is in the city shopping to- Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds.25c oa. hand. Refreshments,wil\ be serv- Come .one. ,come .a.ll. with baskets ORTODOXTIA, : CBOWN : AXO : BaiociiI

(SON 1 day. at Barclay & Gjoover Drug tore. ed., full to, overflowing., A BROTHER. I I-' WORK : SFEOALTUS.II .
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pack of hounds,' maT be satisfactory ,
,PLATE GLASS IS MAUL merely the killing of them is desired .
r but It certainly is no sport and deserves -
f ------ not even ta be ranted with trapping : il 't fl .i
bears, as In! the latter case the
_;= i i cast pL.ie class of which mirrors, hunter must possess at least some Quality
4 wlnfiocs and such things are knowledge> of the quarry's habitat and :

de prepared from the whitest habits. Unlike a fox, a bear, when A '
broken plate glass soda a small once found ly the hounds stands n?
uract of manganese and cobalt chance whatever of escaping, and .
_. idea The glass when perfectly there would be Just as much sport m ss WIi5 THE \ \ .
elted Is poured upon an Iron table shooting the animals in a park or pea
the I1Ie required. and the thtcltnes as to kill a run to bay bear. And. :-., c.' tr l.
regulated by a strip of Iron placed while this truth applies to mountain ? Ii' :.
each of the four aIdes of the lions also, there is not even the excuse : ,
b1e Immediately after It Is poured of the animal's destructiveness, \ (
l it the molten substance Is flattened which ia applicable as far as the lat H
wn by an Iron roller which lowers ter Is concerned-Field and Stream. WAY .
i e glass to the thickness of the stripe .. .
the sides It Is then annealed or The Poodle. J.4
l pered for several days after which Why is a poodle, so called? Some
Is I ground perfectly level and polished one says: "Probably the natural answer I
., transparent brilliancy.. The first would recall the old lady who .
:te glass was made In 1CSS at St said that no credit could be given
rdy France, where the process to Adam for naming the pig, since
F 'as found out by an' accident, as soother anybody would have known what to NOW HAVE ON EXHIBITION .
f' a. iy Important :methods in call it. Toodle seems so obvious a w
.nufactnre have been discovered name for'this dog. And in fact, this /(
here there were eyes to see the acci- is notfar, from the truth about the in our show windows .
i1w and minds to apply them or the origin of the word. It is quite recentin 'I .
!ssaos they taught to the advance of English not being found before
r Lrt or industry. 1S64. apparently. It Is the German
I from the Low
pudel, which comes
Tke Irish Boll In JonraalUm. German, : to waddle and the
Of a well known reporter of a past dog must have been so called as Skeat 1 PAIR "AND-PAINUD DRrsDfN[ VASES[

[generation many curiosities of style says, either because he waddles after
|are still repeated with zest by Dublin his master or because he looks fat and
I$ournalists. It was this man who explained clumsy oa account of his thick hair." "
1. describing a case of drowning
c' off DalJ.ey."The body was washed Coldness of Ice.

E ashore by a receding ware" Of a fujgittve It seems strange to think that some l. 1 CHOCOLATE SET IN CASE -
from Justice he wrote: "The Ice is colder than other ice. The term '
C4 *burglar was Burrouaded on all sides by "ice cold'* always seems to signify a
rJ the police. Escape was Impossfjla.Suddenly definite temperature AH water under
f-f flHftl he' made his way down a similar conditions freezes at a certain .
CUl-de-sac and disappeared through a definite temperature. But when the
side street" The most popular story thermometer falls below that it con :
j Of this impressionist writer, however, tinues to affect the ice, making it harder I 1 ."AND-PAINUD[ PUNCH BOWl
relates to Mr. Gladstone On the and colder. The test has been made
Grand Old Man's one and only visit to by placing a piece of Ice from the
i Dublin he was Interviewed by the eccentric -
north and a piece of ice formed in the
s press man. Mr. Gladstone, at vicinity of New York near a stove to / .
the conclusion of somewhat araus'ng gether. The former took much longer E
array of questions. very courteously to melt than the latter.-New York n '" goods the finest
expressed his pleasure at meeting the Tribune. are importationsof
interviewer. The latter, in a high state
1 of delight, said with enthusiasm, "The The Oldest Scare of Humor. J J- China obtainable and will be .-.
I pleasure is mutual, Mr. Gladstone but The oldest idea of humor is surprise given
U all on my side."-London Tribune. This the child exhibits (for that which
L4 Is oldest we shall find in the youngest) | away free of charge to the
= Town Without Hortei or Wheels when it hides and cries "Boo:" both person or persons -
The town of Funchal, in the Madelra surprising and frightening its senior, be I
; Islands, Is a town with no horses this senior father mother brother. sis 3 holding the lucky numbers.
and no wheeled vehicles. In trarelir.gab ter or friend. One may find this primal H;
uf one Cither drives in sledge or sense of humor distributed through the ;
' .', ia carried lu a hammock. The streets: modern short story. Frequently the l -
and adjacent roads are pared with turn In the plot, If not In Its develop- ,
email and curiously smooth cobblestones meat hinges uPon this child humor of
e ,'and from the first it was found surprise. Even some grownup folk
thatg runners were better than wheelsboth will pull a chair from under one, thus \ BEGINNING i SEPT. 1
for speed and comfort. For showing themselves still children in ,
stance, when you come to a hill the their sense of fun The verbal concell VIa
, oieo draw your sled to the top and found In much of the verve In them
i, are then unhitched. Your driver th pages of modern comic papers is oi /
I proceeds to toboggan your conveyancegently this same class of humor and furnishes and continuing until Dec. 24 we will give
. : down the, other side, while the conclusive evidence that a number of ,
t & team trots on behind* Horses are not 1 I men and women are at child's play In with each
r.- f available In Funchal, as the nature of : literature. Poems which end contrary CASH PURCHASE of 25c.
T the cobblestone roads would soon ruin to their foreshadowlngs are of this sort
t.,, their feet This Is why the ox. with New York Herald. ( one ticket
j coupon which will
his flexible hoof is the draft animal of I
:. Funchal For expeditions Into the A Carton Cu tom. !
.1.j. country the hammock Is used. This is I In certain parts of India In families entitle the holder to a
) -i
slung on a pole, carried on the tto ulwhere there are several daughters thee
ders of two men, and Is perhaps ti, I youngest sisters may only marry after .
; J most comfortable conveyance in the; the elder sister is married. Of course chance on these
world-no Jar and no need to guide it it frequently happens that no suitorappears
1 for the elder, In which case
t' beautiful
; \ City on the Cliff*. she is got out of the way by a very ; -
r : Precisely why the town of Bonifacio, neat expedient. She is wedded to ae
In Cor3lca, l ia built to the sheer eel$ tree or a )large flower, and then the ; prizes.
of the cUff which forms the sea frontage younger sister may marry. The elder
of that part of the island is a question j sister must be careful, however, to .
always asked by the traveler who choose a plum, apple or apricot treed ,
views Bonifacio for the first time, at I from which she can set a aivorce. for / .
he reiterates his question when he observes if she married an ein: pine or poplar \ '
upon visiting the environs of those are sacred trees and must not be .
the place, that there is plenty of room trifled with. S TO WHAT THE '
for the town to have spread out in an 'r-eugritlui. A LUCKY NUMbers .a
Inland direction. The early Corsicans
"Are you sure the sick! man wanted
s worth apparently more thought than city that real farm estate land was amiso : his meV hat.asked the physician reaching for are we do not know and will not know un

edge crowded of their their 200 dwellings foot precipice.to the One's dizzy( "lIe didn't mention your name, but :, til the 24th. day of December when
sereauiiu' for some one that'll put we
first impression Is that these houses: i expect to get
him out of hs misery, and I thoughtof
; with their walls on a vertical plane you risLt away."-Houston Post.Didn't ( a telegram fromthe
I i with the cliff, were purposely so situated ____ ____ __ __ house from whom we bought
,i that the body of a victim of a

dark vendetta murder might be conveniently "W ro you frightened; Walt. when you ; these goods telling us what the three |
f Into the sea dropped beneath out with of the windowI Arose to make your first spawn?" lucky numlwrt.
no one the '
.f wiser. Certainly there is a suggestion audience.V.'hat should friditea me' "The are. This telegram will then be
of romance and mystery In the aspect M my name"The was announced audience left as soon J placed in our window
rl of the town. It forms, at any rate, ona
" of the oddest sky lines in the world.Bear A If''I'I,r Csae.: so that every one_may see just what numbers will i

t "I am in fivor of spelling reform."
i Dear IInntlnx, the
"Glad to h '::r it. Come around and prizes.
f. hunting, with tho assistance of give
my steaa-ranher few
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guides supplied with a well trained won't /1
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school, and thins _. _, r-__ -r.. .-"" .._
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: As matters now s

f I.: them."-Florida Live Oak I'f'g. {Co


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Ud con
realize the Im- !J'--rnf11d If
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.k I !itL L I I I I for their .diges

; SLuU'f\, Y.iJ need of the) of Lumber Ice Electric T j
tab &W I ILMf4 use movUft
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....... ..... after overeating.

Kodol For Dyspep and Naval Str
you eat. Sold
HI a a 110 p n b. .
( Electric Lights in any part of th* c: r isaisdttfi 8ar liolu i
1 II 4 2D P iLv

t Ii a aai ast i II p as I L. t [ PARTICIPATE. or Business Houses at a very reasocaK* aoe, 3Ji: -

I 111 .: 4 n t_,b \ CommlUcemun Not : day and night current-for manufscfcirffisparpasst.
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N. -t S p 1. L.. ..... .. .... to Hriin. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City osiers bassr si t "il i

.! II. w, l u p m1As I !I 28.-National Com- tion and all orders promptly filled.
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1 i0 a a j : said tonight: ,
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$4 I _... i! the appointment

aU..t. IL' I t I the committee of Live Oak Perry & G
!.p9'__ ._.. to welcome :Mr. ,
U -: Ii p CD L,_..... \ expect to parti-

p 43 a s:.'a" i as I Lr_... I .
; Railroad Company.
p K e i'' I to p .:L1' .. New York to at F

Sf II'\1. il".i"W",( the subcommittee SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL :IL. liIX.I .
li 3v LY National Com-
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H W_. o' ,As.---- with a dull bll- ...Pans Pasaenaer "'- and Pass STATIONS M I!I Zd-d'Zj jt
U N a as I U p m L._... ;;. You need a ; I I .! :"j i -,
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Little Early Ula- 1 No. S No.3. _.,...._....n... -W5.4--: .. _
U10 aa illpaaLv. Datiy SUmlay Only Dally ex. S I

U 11 a m. 123 p m'Lv_ .. pills. Do not -' :!t.-- ----P-M---:: L.w o P. W. P.oL'I A. N. A. tL y
I I results are sure. Leave Learn tztl) AmvI Arrive Arrive AmnIi
U /p a' i tQ J" LY ,.. Ii 00 13 1.J0 U3 234 I '.. Live Qak...- 130 LW ltd 34)
S 00 Rock imk._ 111 W 3N '.It
11" m 141 p m Lv-... $815 L43 OJ I .... .Starr. ..... c 412 1.1 I.U "U
8 2:! 1.52 .. Mercer_. 4 08 &:a UIIf
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I Are Welcome .ILY U"i t 15 IAr S t9 !IAr 4.55 AI 1.10 AI I.U
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of Florida re- 9 (Iii S.OIi 4 1 is_ ....Tuwnnd.....kilo......._.. I a 313 It iW Ut Ar.3.Sb.at'ArUI U&

(d> Ttkmzh or Telephone )' reception com- 910:3 1i.101i 3 I. ."'...South.: ....._. :i I S 2 00 47 U6 4.13 11.41 L309.s uaS 1..
Af tocy Suuua he had arrived L&; i 2i .Fenlwllutvsy... L,23 I ..It! tI ua
W.3. Haai fellow citizens. \r.lOSO fAr 6SO 6&i N' bl.\IIL,, .
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l swell the Florida
MAYO and ALTON 1 1I 1t

of Jacksonville
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Florida State Cen Frt. attd PaaaFrt. .:and Pas! r.1 f'ttI' f'a", Frt. an.t r... ..l."qP0.
is with the delega- :\ 1 I -1\9 i I Igo, 11. 1 I STATiQ ::i. J No. It I !\itA. 1.. Aa I. t
Daily ex Sun Paity ex. Sun Sunday_ Only'______?Daily.Jt $unllail Il...a,Sun Juhtalt O.tt
Florida --t--1 i P. M I P. M. I A. P. W. I A. M. <'
Leave i Leave Looa,, i Ar I'" Am. Au v*,
9.00 : -30 I 5.10 'I'( l.1ulinar Park I 5.01 I 350! I 1.10.
sun burnVhy 9.11) 4.14 I 6.: ,MI&'O, ) JloIl\lI\ 1.M 3:0 p,11
93: 4.53 i 6.U Clark tit UII 1.1.
Virginia sting? Why do we 9I\S 5.03 I li.ii I l'rtrlaoa. I 7.45 I 1.00 I 1.94a
the Good Old Sum litO\ I li.i.1O 1 I. 1i.'iIi JJ'"f a 7--IJ 1..1 a Lit #
Ar 10'10 'Ar L10 Ar u I Alwn. Lv T.O\_ __ Lv=-_ .II. ..__ 'Lv- t4ia
wer: we dont. We Rrcular awp. Connection nuJe at Dovrhnir Park for all trains to anJ frmu Uv. Oak. ant Peirf
Hazel Salve. Sold For information ai to eunnhuiui or call on ._al P-i>g",c Af<..|
phuno 147 Lewm Building. Lire Oak.
The THOMAS DOWUNG. Prwulent. R. P. HOPKINS C *mal PaMutr Aunt


us Air Claim Them

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.. Aug. -Thlrty _

TO 6,Company of the South-, were I Air Line RailwayFor I

FLORIDA and are poisonous in a serious air Savannah Columbia Camden, Southern Pines Raleigh': I

AND but all are expect Richmond, Washington, Baltimore Philadelphia New York. I

another miner em- Three Trains
: Elegant Dofly:
', was killed by


E. H. Wolfe,

PULLMAN CARS gan., of taking all usefulness Electric, MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT !

Atlantic Coast Line ]l ..: "Two yeas ago I Che SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pull. J 1'
man Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine JackaruuviIW
trains as far East as \ me great suf- ,
Cincinnati and New would never have and New York, via Richmond Washington, Leave St. Au.,. l''

taken Electric tine 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily including SuR clY" '.

t cured me of Gen j
Sure cure for all
, For detailed and full and Kidney com Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orlt+ur ,

t tions, schedules, Headache For full iI I."nltlt'n ?nit "l'...p.r rt''t'rnltl 11" cull
FRANK C. BOYLSTON, (" \1 iinv fi-T' nf S<<;ilio.inl or \\'rllt'
or bodily de
t W. D. STARK,Trav. Pass. S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.,
W. J, CRAIG Passenger Guaranteed by Assistant General Passenger Agent
T. a WHITE, Gen. Pass. Drug Store. JACKSONVILLE FLA. ,

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*B September 3rd. to' 7th. S V-'* ; !
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: --i \( : :..-.:_%. f'':I! ,,. i',"' :*;:";.--./:'. iiY
: of the popular -. '. ;" :/':>':'-

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t{ S Southern Business

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t. Y and Institute of Rapid, Light-Line -Shorthand.to _

AM D ET E l N E D bring the school up to the highest possible standard and
; at the same time give an opportunity to every young man
'f and woman to get la BUSINESS EDUCATIONat
the very low rate of FORTY DOLLARS We will begin selling'scholarships Sept. 3, and continue at this
;: 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
=f aids you to a position anywhere. v
The following courses are complete, but interesting from the day you begin until you graduate:

dhorlhand COllrJfJ Commercial fJepartment

Including Stenography by the UniverIncluding Bookkeeping .by Single and
p ..l al Light-line Pernin System' Typewrit Double Entry. Actual Business Practice

mg? Office Practice, Lecture and Court and Banking, CommercIal Arithmetic
Commercial Law and Penman- ,
E, t frI Reporting, Practical EnglIsh, Spelling Spelling,
ship, Grammar and Letter-WritiD2, Ref I
f Letter-Writing, Speed Drills and Diploma vieWS, Lecture Course, Final Examination
.' r Fee. (Use of Typewriter Free.) and Diploma.

: ,{ i For the Complete Course now, only . $!0.00 For the Complete Course now, only ". $-t0.00

1: That this,education pays we will only have to say that we have several
: : 'I. f r calls for every graduate, offering from $50 to $75 a month salary. i

, -
: R 1,1I i That we cannot hold this price open longer than the 7th.

' : emem uer I Take the scholarship now and enter later if it don't suit !

'u you to commence at this time. We are looking to
'If interests and will give you more than we agree.
i i
Parents having sons and daughters to educate for independence should not fail to see me at once and
place them in the College this Fall. Our offices those arrange to
are open to interested, and as we want to present with f
you a
copy of our Illustrated Catalogue I shall be pleased to meet you. %



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LIVE OAK FLORIDAArrarigements ,

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are being made to
or r
partment of Telegraphy and Railroad Operatingsooe I

Further announcement /ill be made later. "

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