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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 30, 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. No. 242, LIVE OAK, FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 30, 1906.' Ten Cents a Week"


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COWBOY CLAN HAILS 'WILLIAM RANDOLPH ;JIEARST INSURGENTS HAVE REMOVED OffiCIAL STATISTICS SHOWING RAWUNS% IS GlAD TIIAIJLAVYER


IS NOT ON DEMOCRATIC NUMBER KILLED AND
\WILLIAM J. BRYAN RAILS fROM HIS ( IS __

TICKET WOUNDED

BACK HOME RAILAOADMarguette AWAY


He Declines Positively to
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Daring Robberies and Bold

Nebraskan Reaches New York Make Race .on Any Such Enters Cabanas Witha Plundering of People in He Does Not Approve of At.

SupportNew !
Amid a Perfect Din of Strong Force of Armed Russian ProvincesSt. torney Cooper's Weav&rs


WelcomeFirst William York Randolph Aug.Hearst 29.-Yesterday said that Men in His Behalf f

he would not be a candidate for Governor Petersburg, Aug. 30.-Official
I I of New York at the next elec- statistics of the terrorism of last

Two Hours After His tion on the Democratic ticket Efforts to Suppress Insurrec- week show that 101 officials, gen-' Still Maintains That Efforts to
When asked the question, he said: darmes, police and soldiers were kill-
Arrival Were Spent With "No I shall run only as the tion Has Cost Half-Mil- ed; ninety-two were wounded; 291 Save Him has "Ruined

Old FriendsNew nominee of the Independence League."I private persons were killed or wounded '
have said that before and I wishto lion Dollars ; 34 spirit shops were plundered; Whole Business

emphasize it. private and Individual institutionswere
York, Aug. 30,-Amid a per "Of course, I will be glad to get all robbed of $180,815, and state
feet din of shouts and blowing of the Democrats I can get." institutions of 84891. Besides these Valdosta Ga., Aug. 10.-J. 0
whistles, the Princess Irene, with He said he believed Jerome was Havana. Aug 30CongressmanCampos there were over 150 armed attempts Rawlins was in the best of humor
William Jennings Bryan aboard, was insincere and was doing the bidding Marquetti is reported to have i to rob banks, houses, etc. last night when a reporter called
docked at 4 o'clock this afternoon at ot his political bosses, and said if entered Cabanas, on the north coast; Revolutionists effected a daring upon him in the county Jail !!.
her pier. Bryan and Belmont controlled the of the province of Pinar del Rio. with l robbery of a postoffice collector in said that Cooper had gone oS OB a

Thousands of enthusiastic Americana party, Jerome would receive tile dem- a large band of insurgents.The the center of the city today. Snuff vacation and that he had had a rest

were on the pier to welcome the ocratic nomination.He bands of insurgents are in was thrown in* the eyes of the collector and that he was feeling veil lit
distinguished commoner to his na- said he was not receiving the creasing, and they are better equipped by the robbers, who seized his said that he had tried every cancelable ?-
tive shore after an absence of several support of Murphy, McCarren and with arms and provision thai I portfolio and escaped with it. Fortunately way to get Cooper out of the

months abroad, during which time Sullivan and said the statement that heretofore. Numbers are joining; there were but a few hundred case' but he had failed.
Mr. Bryan made practically a tour of he was amused him. them daily and without good work bj r dollars In the portfolio. "If It hadn't been for Cooper ia.

the world. He denied that there was coolness, the Cuban government at once th On acount of excessive demands and the nigger would be dead now

One of the features of the home between himself and Mr. Bryan, and, insurgents will gain strength enouglto a garding both compensation and politics and these boys would be fret, lie
coming of Mr. Bryan was the pretence announced his intention of visiting make a long and determined strug- by the unemployed men to whom I has ruined the whole busmen"

: of a Nebraska delegation, Mr. Bryan. gle.The the city furnished work on the reconstruction "Maybe you can tell UI how to
known as the "CoWbOY- -Democrats,-"- Stauchfield, the Democratic candi- insurgents have removed the of the bridges which recently get rid of him," chimed in Milton

at the docks.Immediately. date for Governor in 1900, said yes- rails from parts of the Cuban Central collapsed, the municipality has addressing the reporter: MW0 are
upon the arrival of terday that Hearst would receive the Railroad, in the southern part of the decided to discontinue for the pre- sho' tired of him I tell you"
Mr. Bryan in the lower bay he was nomination if supported by the New province of Santa Clara. sent this relief work. "I can see" said the elder Raw*
transferred to a yacht and becamethe York County delegation. Seventeen recruits belonging to tins, "that Cooper's last more was
guest of his friends from Nebraska. one company of Rural Guards, who XO ATTEMPT MADE TO LYNCH against us. I told him M at tot
HEAIIKEX TO THE PROPHET. were alleged to have planned a de- WHITE MAX. time but he never sees anything ...
sertion to the insurgents, have been tit It is too late. I told him all dor.

New York, Aug... 30.-There will More Earthquakes Coming, Some Just arrested and placed .in jail here. I Report That Mob is Forming Near Ing ,the trial what he ought to do
be no clash between the Nebraska Awful, So Mr. Stevens Says. The cost of attempting to suppress I Aiken S. C., Has Been and I was sick at that but he paid
9 delegation and the official reception Washington, Aug. 30.-Listen to ''I' the insurrection has already been Denied. no attention to, me. I told him bow
committee when William Jennings the words of the prophet, Edmund S. over a half million dollars. to straighten out that evidence about
Augusta, Ga Aug. 29.-Careful
this Stevens of | the tracks across the !field but he
Bryan arrives at Quarantine Washington: I I I investigation shows that there is absolutely -
afternoon says the Herald. "Cause of Earthquakes-The earthis OFFICIAL PROGRAM. didn't see anything In it. He was
no foundation for the report
James C. Dahlman, the "cowboy" out of her place, or upright posi sent out from Aiken that a mob mighty particular though, to ask
mayor of Omaha, will not have to tion. It is gradually resuming; it. For Bryan's Reception In New York that nigger all about a bull yearHif
was forming at Granitville to lyncha
"rope" the returning Nebraskan to Whenever there Is an accelerated or i. Today, white man confined in the Aiken bellowing over In them woods. The
prevent his going aboard the private faster motion, then in that period New York Aug. 30.The programof jail on the charge of attempted as more I think of It the mort tired 1
yacht Of Edward H. Goltra, of St. earthquakes occur. We are now in the reception to be offered to William sault. am of lawyer Cooper What I want
: Louis. To avoid such a clash and one of those periods from Mount Jennings Bryan on his arrivalin Saturday night a white mill oper- right now is to get rid of Cooper and

j have everything pass off peacefully, Pelee, 1900 to 1915, again from this city was given out by the atiev by the name of Tinee Barton, then let me'and the nigger be hang,
it was Informally decided yesterdayto 1925 to 1946' again from 1965 to reception committee last night. while drinking, attacked a woman If they'll do that them boys'll walkout

ask Mr. Bryan to step directly 2000 A. D. The official reception will begin whom he was escorting to a festival.He of here free men."
from the Princess Irene to the special "In 1982 the earthquake is of such with the arrival of Colonel Bryan at was taken to the Aiken Jail and
tug bearing his Nebraska neighborsand extent, that all the cities of all the pier A, North river, at 4 p. m. He will little interest is manifested in the \VKKCK XKAIt IXVKK.M
spend his first hour or two of his nations fall. From 2035 to 3144 A. be met by sub-committee headed by case at Graniteville. There has beenno Inverness, Aug. 30.-A wreck on
return to America with them. After D. the earth is in continual perturbation the chairman of the reception, Governor talk whatever of violence. the Atlantic Coast Hoe, one mil
he has shaken hands with them all and in the latter year settles to I Folk, of Missouri. lie will be north of here yesterday, entirely

and heard the latest news from his its upright position. This brings in welcomed by Acting Major McGowen \'..U.HOST.cOXnXTIOX.. blocked the road, and there has been
home he will be taken to the city, the new beaten and new earth." I on behalf of the city of New York. no trains over the road from Dun

where he will spend the night in Prophet Stevens modestly adds: "I Six carriages will accompany the carriage Gffir.: la.'lorida Cotton Growers Contention I action to this place In twentyfourhours.
rest have discovered the secret of the uni- carrying Colonel Bryan, which in Sfs>ion. .
Thou ands Await \rrinal. verse which has baffled scientific men will be preceded by an escort of The train wrecked was a through
. Thousands of Democrats will ar- for all time. I don't boast when I mounted police. Valdosta, Aug 30.-The Georgia- Freight. Several cars were thrown
Florida Cotton Growers' Convention
rive today. Several trains from St. say this, J just have, that is all." Carriage No. 1.-Colonel Bryan, from the track, but no one was In
Louis bearing clubs and citizen dele- Gov. Folk, Major McGowan. William convened in this city today, with a jured. The roadbed is badly damned
late will come in during the early DISAIT01XTKU MOB Hodge. good attendance from South Georgia and it will be several hours yet
afternoon and special trains from the Carriage No. !.-Tom L. Johnson, and Florida. The delegates are very before travel can be resumed. The
enthusiastic, and confident of the
thief cities of practically every state Broke Into Mobile Jail But Negro Alexander Troup, Norman E. Mack, are north-bound passenger train arrived
In the South will rumble into the Wanted Was Xot There. Nathan Straus. Association's ability to assist in securing here on time yesterday but could

various stations. Mobile Aug. 30.-Between 10 and Carriage No. :;'.Augustus Thomas better prices for this year's cot- not pass the wreck, and was compelled .

Governor Blanchard, of Louisiana, 11 o'clock last night a mob of about Commissioner O'Brien, Robert ton crop. to return to Croom and KO by
accompanied by his family will arrive 500 persons attempted to take and Davis, Harry 'Walker.. Suwannee County is well represented Ocala, then back to Juliet, making a
In the city today and will occupy lynch William Thompson, a negro, Carriage No. 4.-Major Dahlman, with delegates and visitors and run of over 200 miles to reach point
a suite of rooms at the Hotel confessed assailant of two little white of Boston; Comptroller Metz, John will have an active part on the floor only 23 miles north of InverneM.
of the Convention.
Breslln. The Alabama delegation girls and one little negro girl. The W. Cox, John W. Tomlison. This is the second wreck to occur
Prof. F. G. Shell, of Y
f till be quartered at the Hoffman mob broke into the jail yard throughthe Carriage No. 6.-William Sulzer, Lake Butler, at this place within the past few
secretary of the Sea Island Cotton As-
house and the Kansas contingent big wooden gate and filled the Henry George, Jr., Bird S. Coler, months.
sociation, is present and will care-
will have headquarters at the Grand. yard. The sheriff's deputies met themat Thomas L. Feitner. ,
fully guard the interest of the Association
Great Crowd to Greet l.ryan. the door armed with rifles, whichthey Carriage: No. ,.Charles F. Murphy GOOHTTEXHXt'.:.
in Florida.
When the news got around at the discharged, with blank cartridges John F. Ahearn. 0. II. P. Belmont Day Aug. 27.-I see in your paper
( Victoria hotel headquarters that the I over the heads of the mob, Lewis Nixon. accounts of the enrollment and attendance
DEATH KXDKU AGONIKh.
Princess Irene with Mr. Bryan on no one being hurt. A committee of arriving at the hotel, a special com- of some of the schools in
.".rd, had been sighted off Fire !-- the mob was admitted to the jail mittee, consisting of five members of Suwannee county. 1 am glad to se '.
< I land there was a rush of those who and after assurance was given that the reception committee from each William M'CMIan Fatally Cru..ht'l such records but I want to say a few

j lad chartered tugs and st'amers to the negro was not there, the mob State will receive Colonel Brjan. At Dominion PhoMihate lillt.. I words of praise oVw-kut u **... sc BAKw"W$ .&.
i Set aboard so as to start down the dispersed Then will follow the general reception Bartow, Aug 29.-Yesterday aft- \Vha on roll forty.four ( ;for :

j *r In an hour several boats with after which Colonel Bryan will ernoon, at the Dominion phosphatemine July, our percentage was over 87 per I
UH hats fllng were steaming down A MISSISSIPPI DUEL. spend the time in informal discussion about six miles from town, Wil- cent. For August over 92 1'<< ceur
I tk. bay.ANTIPASS. until 7 o'clock, when he will retireto liam McClellan, an employee got his Pretty good is not it? \'

Father and Son Killed in a Fight in his private apartments to make leg caught in the elevator to the dryer \f
[ LKGIsLATIOX EFFECTIVK Webster County, MUsUwip 'i. ready to go to the garden at 7:45 and the limb was so horribly crushed KrWOIlTII LILU L'EIiS TO EXTFIt. ,f,
JANUARY. Winona, Miss., Aug. 30.Information o'clock. Other speakers at the that he died from the effects of his TAIX. !

Savannah, Ga.. Aug. 29.-The was received yesterday from garden will be J. B. Dahlman mayorof wound this morning about 5 o'clock. The Epworth League will be tet. F i
11 :atral railway will not stop issuing Webster county, in this State of the Omaha; D. U. Fletcher, of Florida; Drs. F. W. Wilson and J .A. Gar- tained Friday evening, August 31M,
t 'asses because of the passage of the killing of Samuel Hightower and +nis Governor Robert B. Glenn, of North rard were called last night but, when at the City Restaurant by Mrs Pawl '':
He bill until January 1st. as Acting son James, by Walter Cooper, the Carolina; exGoWilliam S. Jennings they arrived, he was so weak from Bridges and Ed Young.
president Lawton, says the bill does result of an old quarrel. Before the of Florida; Congressman loss of blood that they could not Refreshments will be served anti
ot contemplate that the anti-pass elder Hightower fell before Cooper's, Henry M. Goldfogle, of New York, amputate the limb and decided to a suitable program will be arrange
[. ure shall take effect until Jan- pistol, he shot and fatally wounded and Senator Thomas F Grady, of wait until this morning, but death ed fpr the evening. All leaguers
a rr lit, next Cooper. New York prevented even this. cordially fnvlt'ti
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VACATION MUSINGS. heads. But isn't it strange how differently rw e1clftre.v.fsd."ax3.a t1rftt.t.....b""-tr" -1 <..-
ladp"sty. C
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we see things An abnormal eait eI fIorida, is sad Otw\Its j _

: (C. A. Ridley. foot development usually means a 0IuarJ.dwd tM-,.,tat ...
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/l That was a philosopher who said corresponding contraction of the tn4iN sad U., ..f.. j r,

._ it the greatest study of man was mind. But how differently we do r 5-7 Million Tom KeeneCigars are e.raIaiMa'JokueII..sad -rad aad M i -

[AN. Nothing is truer. A book is look .at things! sold last in the United the.(ttIlpria.ta.t.. mt a+ra.aryts sac Ji4 y

echo from the dead past, but aAU After all, I take it to be our dutyto year ....,UJII ot thirty4r d.ilan__Qais +
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is a living Inspiration of the pre- separate as best we can, the false States. The best 5c. Havana on aed k....aU.tv eMit s a..,..,.this. sic..a sbs.,t t ii...- -
hold u-.w. rt..I
nt. The more one studies him the Ideals of life from the true-get I. .. I --........1iI_
eeper his interest in the insoluble of the substance instead of the the market. Five year old Tobacco. ba 1Qtaa.1'_ u.... f Mid 0.'" .. ...
Bteries of life. I .am never hap- shadow strike a happy medium legal frays .t tt It'llii" -
ler than when, in solemn silence somewhere steer clear of cranks at A Good, Cool, Pleasant door for aaJe..u.au.OM.lID It..pId..."'___ .q"fir

.. watch my fellows and from them both ends of the line and with con bidd.r, frmh, tU .... es
Smoke. ,. .. &: Tfca ..* ).-.. d... p =
earn the meaning of many things science to guide us, and the star of quarter,trtfewt t* raa.at .. .
be mysterious conviction blazing above our : tilt MrtliDMt urter W i iod ... a ..
otherwise
hlch would deep Try one today. -'-; ; :';\L_ ; wmiiiwtrt,wtr W nat eat,_
t, fou know it is often instructive tot way do the best we can to push our ; tkm t*..tf 4o*i.U Uufc fe.. !
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the other fellow's view-point little barks into some secure havenat ) 9Suwannee acne tMf. *r U*. l/t *a4 KiMifei
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whether you agree with him or not. last. Suwannsoaut7 may bt rvtjaiml tl.rita HUifHuS .... ,... '
Did you ever think how the same Conipanyi aU ec.u la aM 6..t asd s4. -
Drug ,. ,
: [surroundings, the same opportunities IX SELF DEFENSE .J frWiJter.I.

the same advantages. and the Major Hamm editor and manager of Solicitor far CM.!*JaH*
(same moral atmosphere will produce the Constitutionalist, Eminence Ky.. -

h [opposite results on different folks? when he was fiercely attacked four

' Our ideas of life are'so very different. jean ago by Piles, bought a box of r

' j To one man life means only the get- 3uCklen's Arnica Salve of which he ..Y

ting of gain while to another it says: "It cured'me in ten days andno

f is an empty'bread tray and cheerless trouble since. Quickest healerof

fireplace surrounded by a half dozen Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds.25c I #' :r/'
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|'pale and palsied children whose lit- at Barclay & Groover Drug Store. C. E. HUMPHREYS,

'Ue lives are destined to be tragedies {
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dark and deep as the mystery off '!he Meanest Maa.
: AND BUILDER.Plans .rte M
i,death. To one woman life consistsin The meanest man has been located CONTRACTOR .

;. training her 'children to be use- in Philadelphia. lie dropped a large .

c' .ful and good citizens to act honorably roll of bills oil the street, and a boy and Specifications Furnished on Application. i;
who found it returned the to
' money
1 and wisely their parts in life
him. Counting the bundle carefully
; and fear nothing except to do wrong. the owner put it in his pocket "My Will assume full charge of buildings, turn it over to
1 To such the total of
a woman sum "I
son, he said benignly to the boy
: living is to be a true and loyal wife am rejoiced to see that you are guided owner complete in every respect, before a cent of moneyis

and a devoted mother. Not long ago by lofty principles, and as an earnestof .
{ a,,worldly- lnded society woman was my approbation shall refrain from paid me. SKIlfUL PRESCRIPT i
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overheard in conversation with a charging you interest for toe time you'
Is the
only
spcck&y
woman like I have Just described. line had.my mooer.: OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTY WORKS,
Said she: "Mrs. Brown I have often which we particularly

wondered why you didn't give more PHONE 188. LIVE OAK FLORIDA. ourselws-probably

h : attention to society. You know many Reduced PricesOn
a of your friends are disappointed that it's really the most

you have not written a book or two phase of the drug

before now you are certainly cap-
able." Good Clothes When your doctor orden
all -
Goods
Millinery
"Why," said Mrs. Brown "I am \and such medicine you f<

s writing two very' interesting books and from now on you that. We take no risk-

,. am into putting their pages.my; "very. heart's blood can purchase goods very May Not Make the Man But fore you run none.

"Indeed and I am so glad to knowit. much below their former -

What are the titles of your .
t r books!" prices. We enjoyeda < They Add Wonderfully to I

"Well I ,call one of them 'John,1 very fine trade this City Pharma
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and the other one 'Mary': "

And the little society lady was dis season, but stock is still His Appearance

gusted. She cared nothing for child- replete with seasonable PHONE ?s
ren. It is true that God had given

' her two of her own, but one died for goods in prevailing a --
; lack of motherly attention and the You want 4he Best: We have them===Suits that will

other one. was growing up without styles which we will sell ATLANIIC COISI ij r U

any knowledge of the real meaning very low, to close out. Fit and :will Wear. A large, carefully selected
fl of mother. Its only mother was a

rubber nipple, and a negro woman. Call and see for yourself. SPECIAL LOW
I Yes we look at things so different stock of Gents' Furnishings. The goods are right

' ly. No wonder there are so many
f I isms and schisms religiously and Mrs. E. N. Lawler. too. You should call and see them without delay. Excursion RaZ

.. : otherwise-folks are so different and
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see things from so many different
Samples for tailor made suits
are from Jackieeviti
viewpoints. Not I Introduced
long
ago was -
now on display at our store. We take
(- to a lady who was quick i- your measure for tailor made auits.
1 to inform me that she was a loyal Quickest to \hlns1oa
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Baptist. In the same conversation
r all Points [ute
I learned that she was an enthusiast

tt. on the subject of dancing and prac
tired what she preached both at home BUTLER BROTHERS $91 '''' San Frui.Wane "eL'JV ,
daily akMt Ort AC1J
;J and abroad. From her own city I ;

t f met another lady who thought dance 7; AtUMk CyK J.,.
ing was the great curse of the church ; f MEN'S OUTFITTERS v"11 daily, limit ft "

and the destroyer of much good. She
LIVE OAK $18.95 Nugtrt F.1k. *
FLORIDA.
9\-"\ was sure that no good ever came fate dalj Mm IM. I
from it a san institution and that

i many lives were ultimately wrecked M waimil, P 1-.

on its hidden reefs. w.C SMOKE : Anita Fernandez Cigars. .ptJ.w dally, Kfsk UrtDenver. .,
t
Another lady, a loyal Methodist of $ 7 Aft Cvb. t.
J the deepest dye in commenting upon Pv .G aT CHEW .'TV 1 ly; limk Oet- 3tBr
Honest
things religious said that she knew : Money Tobacco. $" 7:: 11&""' M. .
We are pulling wires all the time, .
her pastor was a very devout man tJ daily, limit Oct a.. I
With a single end in view, DRINK I
because he never wasted any time : J. 9. Coffee. A CheacoIM..MiMli,
$ 6
loafing around with fishing poles Of proving to you the fact .v" limit Oct. :3I ,
and guns. To her staying in doors That our Grot-orios will just suit EAT
you. Armour
6 was an evidence of piety. To be happy : & Co. Packing House $2185 Wngh<*v.. N r., I
.We are headquarters for all thatis dally; link IM *
was criminal but you know there ,
are some folks who are never happ usually found in a first-class up-to- Products---they are the best. $51.10 Saratoga" .... I

I except when they are miserable. Many date grocery store and anything yon l.lc d.1r, H. W& ,

people mistake a bad liver for relig buy from us we guarantee to be fresh t

ion. Indigestion makes a man look aud of the very best quality. Country Leave
very pious but I have heard that It Your Orders With Us SPECIAL'OCCAJ H*
produce, vegetables and the best ...
was not that sort of piety which gives
butter the
creamery on market.
f. our friends the greatest confidence
Call on us or Phone 85. for Prompt Attention. lIet sn.... Aaie
I in our religion. A man may get lit- $38.40

_ tie or no pleasure from an outing Jj4a K]e

I with feel rod and gun and at the ? 70 IUdlJlllJrul. \', .* ..

same time be very religious and very MAYS BROS. .v. Zs,1t; ...t .

agreeable; but a man.may also enjoy Live Oak Brokerage & Commission $17 6 )I,,,,,.. T..."
I these things without hi tJ
sacrificing
: FREE DELIVERY.Wood. Ii. .... ; !
, piety. Because a man is red.headed
r he is not necessarily religious, and Co. H$3t95
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. because he enjoys a good hunt he 19 r ,
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r he not may necessarily not be religious.profane. He He mayor mayor I Wholesale Srocers Sraln and No trouU 34;|.,naJ. .r .i'.. a

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see' things so differently! Excuni fi4ef aV adhr+ ) p .

This same little woman proceeded A 2 horse wagon load of --- Limits, I.lrkItff...,.

to inform my friend that she got no 2 18 inch wood for $1.50. "lI1 11"IlI1t111 111t111" !: dationa an.I a' tbtUsd ...f, ;
benefit or enjoyment out of a lectureor .....
public address no matter what i -- above or 60** Fa..k rho
Furnished on Short Notice.Leave i == -
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that she never missed an opportunityto i orders at M.L.Burnett&Co.! E tisement in the Democrat or by mail, t. -

attend the dance if she could --.... FKANKC.
lit' I IDitrid
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stand. They found him dense, but realIzed -
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that he wanted to be honest They ir BB HB*VBBWIHV HHI .
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When theVales contented themselves by telling him ;
that it was his duty to vote against the SPECIAL'P ,

bill. It was clear enough to Abe that .
Tied
; day, but not so clear the next The '
lobby had got after him.

By CLAUDE PAURARES Your congressional or legislative lob ,
byist'Is a smart man. He Is a student : NIGHT Al SKATING RINKj

I Copyright 1308. by TV. R. Caldwell of character. He Is a diplomat He is
sleek and slick. In this case when it

I became apparent that the vote wouldbe ,
II It was an off year in politics-that is, close the Hon. Abraham Hewson
I it was a bad year for the politicians. was given especial attention. Cigars
The elector hid taken the bit in their and champagne met, him at every I
teeth and run away, and the cut and turn. Men were solicitous about 'his j FRIDAY from 8to 10 P. 11.
dried nominees had failed to become health. He came to know that shawls F
candidate It was because of this that and dress patterns and Jewelry were
Abe Ilewson had been elected to the being sent to his: mountain home. Tai .
legislature from one of the mountain lors were ready to measure him for j For Couples Only.
districts. When his friends and neighbors new suits without cost to himself, and
had talked of nominating him he hints were thrown out that after the ,
had replied: adjournment he would be wanted to

lOOn"Shoo!" Why, I hain't got na eddeca fill lowlands.All an important. position down in the .i| 7:30: to 10:30: P. M. f

"Don't you reckon you need any to this was very soothing and se-
bt an honest man." dnctive to Abe. He had always been "j Rates: 25c. Per Hour for use of Skates. 25c. for F
"But 1 can't make no speech. used to plain speech. A spade was
The lees gab the better. Been too either a spade or not a spade. The ij entire evening when Skaters furnish their -
much talk already. sophistry of the lobbyists tangled him h
But them eddecated critters will git up. He was made to see that under M own Skates.
me all tangled up." certain circumstances a long handled

Nobody cant tangle up a square shovel became a short handled spade. .
man." He was a man without a grain of natUral f
Abe Hewson was nominated and vanity, but when gentlemen of '
elected. lie didn't have to pay out a wealth and education asked him to sit and
Tuesday
shilling for campaign expenses, and he down and drink and smoke with them Friday:
didn't make any promises. They knew and deferred to his opinions it was F
him throughout his district as an boa only natural that he should feel puffed
est man. They said of him as they ."I i
up.The 3:30 to-5:30 P. M.Ladies
said of a January coonskln-that was day came when a poll of the : : F
prime" house showed that the vote on the railroad
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Ills wife was not puffed up with i bill would bs a tie, Abe Hewsou ;
ftWc ova his nomination She had lit could not be counted for certain on : '
tie to say during the campaign. It either elde. Both sides claimed him, For Only
was only when he came home and toil but he had made no direct promise.
her that be was elected that she motioned The casting vote would be his. Someof ,
him to sit down a,id then said; : his mountain constituents had come "I
"Abe llewson, nobody could dun say down, but between the lobbyists for SKATING FREE.
that yon wasn't an honest man when 1 and the members against the bill they I
marrkJyou." had soon been reduced to a state of un I
"I was tryln to walk straight. TU. certainty. For the .first time in the

da." history of the legislature an Ignorant Monday and Thursday
"Pur ten years you was buyln1 ant but honest "coonskin" member held :
ttllln mewl Abe, did yon ever lie the balance of power with the most Important
and (iu :1t In that business bill of two decades in the bal .

"Itat we, but I was BO aqua? that 1 ance.Queerly. 3:00: to 5:00: P. M.Childrens
couldn't make a llvin' at It." enough the lobbyists had not .
"For III or seven years you Lav resorted to direct bribery in Abe's case. .
been buyln' coon and skunk and woodcbucU They might argue and cajole and KATIN GF
tklua. Have you been a liar an throw hints of rewards, but they felt For
a tbvatr afraid to go further. Both sides felt :
"No Tilda. I could have ISeJ one that he was trying to figure things out 15 Cents. h
and Made $3 on a b'arskin. but I stet I for himself and then cast his vote as
my Uvtb hard agin It" conscience dictated.
"You kin borrow a dollar of most i The day finally came when the bill
any man, can't your I was to" be put on Its final passage.
"Reckon *o." That it would be a tie vote every one 1NO ADMISSION FEB. F H
"And when a man baa got your word was assured. Abe Hewson was in his
he depends on ItT seat pale nervous and hesitating be-
"'P :lrs that way." tween two opinions. He was no nearer
"And all this Is why you've been a decision In his own mind than a
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same It's cause your a squar man. ness was being transacted when a Porter & Dexter T
Abe, we uns is pore folks. We hain't messenger called him out. Just out-
ddecated. Planers and silks and side the doors he found his wife. She
broadcloths not for sick as us. Wesquatted had on her poke bonnet and heavy ,
yere twenty years ago, and shoes and calico dress and had been
well stay squatted till the end. I the sport of a crowd for the last ten
hain't makin' the least complaint over minutes. It was thirty-six miles over I
It I don't believe I'd care to be rich the rough mountain road to the log Proprietors.-
and have grand things. I'm satisfiedto cabin and the had walked all night M
go right along Just like this, but She had nev' r been In the city before, '
don't fling us down, Abe-don't do never seen lOch crowds, never beheld _

that." such bulidiugs, never looked so many m m mm 1i. .
d' "What dye mean, Tilda r be asked men in the :'ace. '
"1 baln't much of a reader, but I cua "Gawd, Tllda, but you yereT exclaimed -

f make out 'nuff In our weekly paper to Abe as he laid a hand on her an fairies, 'for'11 whatever'lave after unriyway them dirty th' .. .. .. __ .
know that heaps o' men are ", lUln' to shoulder. \
"}Ie sister done that, an' th'
lit part with their honesty to get ahead lathe "Yes, Abe." young;
child recovered, for when lJ
world. Don't part with yours. You "But what fort What dun brung they seen THE BON TON.
ta1 dirt th' fairies let him be-
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are goin whir you'll be tempted, but ye? $
abet your teeth agin It. I'm holdtn' That railroad bill, Abe. I've been
When
Auntie Wa Silenced.
1 my head high and feelln jest as goaf readin' of it right along, and I've dun Auntie
nor
1i was showing off little
i as oaa on this here mounting, not been prayln'."
eft.JL any nephew, aged two to an admirer who ,i A beautiful line of
, 1t" bekase we've got money, Abe. but be- -And-and" was! calling: upon her for the secondime Ginghams
kale you are a squar man. If you 'TrayIn' to Gawd, Abe-prayln' that V
a
lie was bright
a
youngsterand
very i. for Shirt Waist
! \ should lose that name you'd lose me. I he might dun gimme light to see my during a pause In the performances Suits.glmeofTWODOLAVrri.
1 I'm lovin you as much as a wife can. way clear and make you see yours. specially requested by auntie he __ 1
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but I'm upeakln' mighty straight whenI The light come yesterday. Gawd he /
suddenly remembered the way she had
tell you that If so much as a whisper dun wants you to vote agin that railroad DOLLAR e
been him before the caller 9V
teasing: arrived UlNJii "
should come back here that you had and still be an honest man. I've and decided to turn the tables on I I LAR HATS for )

lost your squar'ness I'd walk off and walked fill night to get here and tell her, so he pointed a chubby finger at I i ,
< starve to death in the woods rather you. I was skeered by the darkness, the door and said "My rug!" !1,
ant: than live on with you." and I'm skeered by the people. Theyare Auntie at once caught the spirit of V Three-cornered George Washington -
; "Aud 1 wouldn't be blamln' you Til lau hln' at me now. 'I'd never the thing and cried emphatically, "No. II a ,
da," quietly' replied Abe as he went out I have come \be-I'd never have come my rug!" ( Hats for Babies Girls and R
to In this livin world if*Gawd hadn't dun ,
1 walk about and think.: dress said her little
"My nephew.
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1; Abe Ilewson went down to the capital I gent me." pointing to auntie's gown. I' Misses. Prices 75c. and $1.00.REDUCEDon .

l.. 1 of the stale in fear and trembling.lie Half an hour later the bill was put "No, my dress," replied auntie, delighted -
j was marked down by certain members on its passage and one of the messages to have an opportunity to show \ .. ,
and lobbyists as a good thing, but going; ever the wires to people how cute he was.
they gave him time to shake himself Interested read: Then the little boy sidled orer to the PRICES shirt- \
down Into his place. There were axes "Railroad bill knocked into a cocked caller and pointing at him, cried, "My Va J
to grind on every baud but It was the hat Abe Hewson's wife did it" man!" cIVY-
I; Coal men who had the largest They Silence on the part of auntie.-Pil- \ 'To come and look means a purchase. ,
wanted a charter for a railroad to run The Irish Fall-leu. grim.
as d to certain undeveloped mines. Itwasnt Fairies still play a prominent part in i 11
.1. ; a line to build up the country the life and belief of the Irish people.It i
i and accommodate the people, but to Is lucky to spill milk, a servant assured : The Great Headache Gure,
jSIS. bring coal out to market They want her mistress when she once'' Mrs. C. W. Bache.
7,
"Them little
ed a grant of state lands to recoup dropped a Jugful people
.ft .,) themselves. will be pleased with th' sup ye're BromoPepsin"Note
A powerful well lIlied with laviu' them," she added. It was the .
. lobby, :-U /Jr1h":
sane servant, says a writer in the :
Word
money and argi: ucnts. vas on hand. the Pepsin.
Grand who said .... ..
Those Magazine that the ---- -
who saw trroui the scheme
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, Sf'SIf and knew .:, Ftaal also good folk were very dainty in their Headache l inii( stioD --I I .
tlut it w. a ri\ i P c ( > Impure Candy England' Toancrit D Ide.
. knew that hands full to habits and would not touch anythingthat E Beware of
they had their Impure candy. Sugar in The youngest bride who was ever
. .2Hny ) cJ Insomnia NerYOusness
fight ItAbe was soiled or dirty. candy quickly ferments after eating, led to the altar In England so far aa
1110 : was moving alga; slowly and "Let me tell ye." she continued. "Me On the and if too much is eaten serious troubles we can discover, was little Catherine
t trying to look ahead for pitfalls when own little nephew in the County Tipnerary Spot. often result Pure sugar dissolves A sley, who had only seen tour summers :
s. JItilJll tte matter of the r:1Uraadawe up an,* a lovely young b'j of three Harmless.ill quickly in water and leaves a clear when she became the wife of the
c r he found himself In the thick of It. E> weeks was pinin' away an' th' poor Ko Opiates.absolutely liquid affording aa easy way of test- first Earl Bathnrst who was exactlj

found himself la the i-ositiou of many mother vas distracted to know what DnggiiU, ifo, to. .i* Me Ing Its purity. Drop a small piece of double her age. The tiny tine worn
r another before his time. The state was ailin' him, till she called In a wo for Sal. By candy in a glass, and over It pour boiling by Catherine on this (occasion over ;:
employs uo lobbyists to protect horeelf.AU rclllTho hath' name o. beln' wise, water. Let it stand twenty-four two centuries azo. Is still prwrrtd.Lord 1
the as' she tc/U me sister Ui' fairies wastakia' hours. If there Is Bathurst survived to teightythird
1 argument and sophistry and The City Pharmacy any foreign substance It'O the
mosey! are la the Lands of thase wliowuuiu th' child. In the candy a sediment will be anniversary of his wed -
,1Wt. rob her. The opponents of the 4An' what'U I do? asked me sis LIVE OAK, FLA. found in the bottom of the glass.NewYork ding day, while his lady was a wife for t"entysls ,
railroad tehee* sat down wtb.lr? ter. Post s \ years.-London ChN1J.f-I l
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KEEPS OX GROWING. John S. Beard only got his I VISIT THE POPULAR. HEALTH AND PLEASUREDOWLING <<$(WU -- :.

(YE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT Sawmills may come and sawmills appetite whetted for more in his recent

may go but Live Oak grows on ,for- debate :with Governor Browardon

PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON ever. At no period in, the history of the drainage issue In Pensacola.The PAgj

EXCEPT SUNDAY.I our city was she on so solid a basisas Governor speaks on the ques-

now. The day of feverish and tions up in Jasper Saturday, and It "W Y,' DOW UPON :THf WWWHI IR'U"

!HEIUYE oil PUBLISHING COIHIT. fluctuating values has passe Property is reported that Mr Beard will be

here Is recognized as1 an investment there- to answer him. The Jasper I Mineral l Springs Hotel 1 and Cot ,-

t the Lite that must always hold good, debate will give the Governor a fine
post-offlce. HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABU.
with: no element of risk or uncertainty opportunity to answer the questionof coco lUt
)ak Florida, as Second Class Mall WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BOWLING ALLEYS. BILLIARD TABLES. TU
attar November 7, 1905 In Its character; the confidence of the Pensacola Journal why the PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED $TABLt$. SHADY PAYUU&ti.
our own citizens In their city and Its State should go to the heavy expenseof

future Is absolute and that confidenceis draining the Everglades when the .
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HE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be manifesting itself In the erectionof litigation now in progress may give RA'TES REASONABLE 'GUL"17MIUlr"OULIYIOAK.CNLht. COtiuene.AI UtI..."" "

mailed, to any part of the United fine, costly business blocks, handsome the title to that property to the rail- "".

.States, postage prepaid, for J5.00per ) residences, nice cottages and road companies who are claiming it I ADDRESS PORK flOTEb. DOWUNG PflRK. flORIDf YsH -

year; $2.50 for six months; the promotion of various enterprisesof and have brought suit for It?

$1.25 for three months or a permanent character. We have

60 cents for five weeks, In advance. no knockers, no factions, no local Mr. Billy Hearst gives it out cold

Delivered to any part of the city feuds, no unworthy "backcappng"among that he doesn't want the Democratic BEAUTFUL WOMEN

by carrier for 10 cents per week. business men, and our population nomination for Governor of New ANDSTRONG
t s.
is as near crimeless as that of York as he shall run 'ouly as the MEN s Jfi,

1 any community of like size anywhere nominee of the independent League.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. in the United States. And had you Under such circumstances it looks loon lose beauty and '
strength when kidney dit- 1
For Ifember of Congress. 2nd Congressional noticed that we don't have business very much as though Mr. Hearst was ease fastens Itself on tfi nu eJ ,
District: But do not despair.
FRANK CLARK of Columbia: failures' here? That means that our preparing to jump both Mr. Bryan DR.UcGEE'SBACKACHE j b i y'-

mercantile interests are on a solid and the Democratic party for he certainly .
For Justice of the Supreme Court AND '
CHAS. B. PARKHILL.of Escambia. basis and that trade is good. People can not expect the Democratic Lt t/

JAMES B.WHITFIELD. of Leon. don't talk about moving away from National leader to give his countenance KIDNEY CURE //f' !, .r _. .

Live Oak and when they do move to the political rebellion he contemplates wm bring you back to ills J i f1 .1 -i.
|For Railroad Commissioner: and health, boat overlook ..
NEWTON A. BUTCH of Levy. occasionally, they are glad to get In the state of New York.It tnoBB p&1n.1n the bacx-tliat f r ;;,
'all
cone" ZeeUns, ner-
4 R.HUDSON BOER, of Dade. back and the brief absence has taught will be interesting to note the Yousness, head ,ciie-they I ( t flJ i.
fan ;:
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For Member House of Representatives: them a lesson they don't forget. course of Mr. Hearst for the next two in one point ollta to forma.kidney Cetw disease U 4: :, ;

I W. RDORUAN.. Among all classes from the richestto years. Can it be that we have gain- atop till terrible disease +I iI I sAws, f
In time br buyiaz a bottle ol t dl f
W. H. McCLELLAN. ( the poorest, there is the ever-pre- ed Tommy Watson only to lose Oils wonderful remedy to* 't Rwiftlell

.: For Tax Assessor sent consciousness of the elements of Billy Hearst? day. A eur, Lumbaxo cure for Rbeumatlim and- I'' ( )
A. D. HEMMING.For Bright'* Dieae. At
solidity, permanence and growth your '
ctruggttt'e-Wo and el.OU a !dl I
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1, Tax Collector: here, and the settled conviction thatno Eggs in Live Oak now sell at botUe.

J.N.MEEKS. possible back-set can reach our thirty cents per dozen, and are scarceat

pt 'f' Fat IJ city: or check its substantial, steady, that. We have written much

County G.B. LORD.Treasurer healthy development. That we will warm, richly-colored prose poetry LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY.Jordan. .

maintain the proud position assignedus right from the heart in commendation .

For Member of School Board: by the last census as the leading of the Florida hen as a sourceof -- -

.U. A. ADAMS. interior city of Florida no one wealth and the above figures go 'Now,' continual the

R.E.M.R.CARVER.WISE. here doubts, and while we look for i to prove that we were correct. Treat Friday Morning Sf'5SiODu;. 31. 'what I want to know U tfcfe

no boom and want no boom, we your hen right; study her tastes, her 9:30 a. m.-Address by Hon. J. B. is It that while I am ItM4IIC

I For Member'Board County Commissioner: know that forces inherent In Live aspirations, even her whims and Crews. Subject: "The Importanceand right In the ordlwrjr fJt'lMi

M. BURNETT. Oak and forces sure to come from caprices; tempt her by al Iknown advantage to the Association of blood doesn't run Into say to*** ,

J. Q DAVIS. the; outside will keep the best little and honorable means to multiply and a closer relation of the Merchants, a little fellow ibottfed,
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J. H. GRANT.W.
e'r A. TISON.J. city In Florida constantly developingand replenish, discourage in her any dis- Bankers"and Business Men*with the 'Why, sir beta** >**r Ms

? .J.DEMPSEY. growing better all the time as a position to go on a strike; make home Farmer. empty.'

place to live and a place to invest pleasant for her keep her well sup- Discussion. A teacher of a e4M wu .
The Live Oak Democrat has chang money. plied with fresh gravel and other 10:30 to 11:30 a. m.-Address byJ.
ed from the four-page to the eight- easily digested dainties, and she will O. Varnedoe, Subject: "The necessity by giggling aBMMf ttHtltcalled b.
form the size of The Sun Miss of a Newspaper Organ for the upon one of the etffti'
v* page same Jefferson Bell should give her return you a larger per cent on the' tell him the
and presents an exceedingly hand attention without delay to the strange investment than any other form Sea Island Cotton Association." cau e.
you "
z.a some appearance.-Gainesville Sun. case of the Apalachicola Times. That could put the same amount of money Alternates, T. J. Appleyard, J, F. 'Pleae, ilr r"'"... tie
; 'Turner he koewa el '
Sherwood. says a beef
paper is one of the leading and best : in. In Hen Signo Vinces.
The Jacksonville knocker seems to weeklies in West Florida, but it is Discussion. was fed elephant' milk sal

be getting in his work on the Jacksonville not in the T. A. Jennings procession Gentle Sarcasm Adjournment for dinner. ten pounds a day.:

it t Carnival we may Judge bya Nay, more; it doesn't even know Mr. Of the late Bishop Ames the fol- 1:30 p. m.-Report of Committees. M 'Turner,' Hid the tNC'**{.

very expressive cartoon in the Metropolis Jennings and "never heard of him lowing anecdote Is told: While pre- Discussion.Adjournment. ly, you should net Ml Ilea

of yesterday. Swat the knocker until recently." Here is an open and siding over a certain Conference in 'But It', true. Hr:' rMtfi

receptive mind waiting to be Instructed the West a member began a tirade pupil. 'WhoM batty was, if *'

and led in the right way, and against universities and education, AFTER THE VAGRANTS.Marshal 'The elephant', air.lad. ,' rrpIi4

Now look out for a prodigiouscrop Miss Jefferson should put Editor thanking God that he had never been Lyle Drtcnniiml tv Kid Cityof ."-Chicago Newt

of Hoke Smith babies up in Johnston next to the Jennings boom corrupted by contact with Professional Loafers.!
a college. The weary old mother b4 h i-
Georgia. Don't misunderstand us; for governor of Florida, while he is "Do I understand that the brother Marshal Lyle is after the vagrantsand
'r'd'' setting the bates of ckMIt' l.
we have reference only to other pee in a malleable state, so to speak and thanks God for his ignorance?" said is enforcing the city ordinance the kitchen, and was reetia
ple's babies named after the successful ready to be fashioned. The West the Bishop. covering this of ense. Yesterday, accompanied *
in the parlor, what the
stlesree
I candidate in the recent Georgia Florida candidate should go into the "Yes," was the answer, "you by Deputy Kinkald, he '
can
disturbed by her ala ,* .,,
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primary.The campaign with the West Florida pressa put It that way if you want to." made a thorough canvass of the city, who had
unit in his behalf. "Well," said the notified all idlers and professional came runiaf Iepet$1N.
Bishop, "all I
ing, "Mamma '
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miaa** U
Populist party in Georgia has have to say is that the brother has a loafers who were existing without
mouse Jumping
into
't decided to put out no State ticketand The Jacksonville Times-Union is good deal to thank God for.-The visible means of support, to go to !" your

< will support Hoke Smith. A very not copious with its compliments and Pacific. work at once. if they had "jobs," or pan
)<. natural thing to do, for Tom Watson, bestows them only where a trained leave the city. If found Idle hereafter "Did you take him orl'

} he's a Hoke Smith Dimycrat now, and discriminating taste thinks that WOOJ)1IJ.XTT" XTIOX. he would arrest them and cally cried the good k* wi'e.

'I and Georgia Populism without Tom, they are deserved; hence the following A meeting of importance to the carry them before the mayor. "No'm. but I done just M I

I would be as the shell of a Georgia fine praise from that paper, the entire Samp will be held Tuesday Several arrests were made yesterday -I threw the cat In, a a' ebe I
goober with the left after him to beat the ...... )
goober out. leading journal of the State has September th Masonic hall. Every but all but one proved to the I

special value and gives special glean chopper urgently requested to be marshal that they had employment i --
fc The Live Oak Democrat has sure: sent. C. W. BACHE, Clerk.pre- One was carried before the mayor, "Can any little boy.' ..**4

changed from a four-page, .seven "With Friday's issue the Live Oak I but he established the far that he new teacher "tell me the dti "

I II" column paper to an eight-page, five- Daily Democrat enlarged to eight COTTON GKOWKKS' CONVENTION. nad work and was released. between a lake and *n iw eaj1' .
I cplumn. The Democrat since I "III can," replied Maori rim I''
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_'". being pages. The Democrat has been Mayor Broome gave him a good, ,
, ,._' i iu i I established a year ago, has won for using the pony service of the Publish- OHiciul Program of Georgia-Florida sound lecture, and stated that violators I wisdom had been Iearae4 froa,

<;. itself a warm place in the hearts of ers' Press, but is negotiating for its Association. of the vagrancy ordinance I perlence. "Lake are marl

1 Live Oak people and its news and ad full telegraph service The Lire Oak Valdosta, Ga., Aug. 30.-The fol- would be punished to the full extentof i anter to swallow who J'VII fiYouth's

vertising columns look flourishing.- Democrat can enlarge but it would lowing is the official program of the. the law if convicted before him. -( Companion. "

Tampa Herald. be difficult to improve what is already Sea Island Cotton Growers' Association Some forty or fifty negroes have

II one of the most entertaining which meets in this city today left the city since yesterday morn I Miami la one of the lOr..4l i j

"Strict enforcement of the vagrant and thoughtful of the Florida news- for a two days session: ing. The notice served upon them I country. Only tea )ears 014 '

Ilk law is about the only solution of the papers." Opening-Thursday, August 30, by Marshal Lyle was enough-they has grown from a akaaty oa A '

labor problem in Florida."-Gaines 10:30 a. m.-Invocation of Divine left for "pastures new and fields bank to a city of 1.."

ville Sun. It's coming off in New York right blessing, by Rev. M. Morgan.. green" where the vagrancy law is not in ten yean It u net a a t I

I r And our contemporary might have now, Mr, Bryan has arrived on our Welcome address by tho Major of enforced. growth, either al It ..*. Mtt, >

tt added that it would be the best solu shores after the most 'notable tour Valdosta, John T. Roberts. The law in this city will be enforced bUildings, more *fN pIr.e1 a'

tion of the crime problem. In a ever made around the world by a Response in behalf of the Association regardless of race and If more cement sidewalks ties *af J

f community or a commonwealth private citizen who had held no great by Vice-Prestdent. J. R. Williams. other cities will do the same the labor of 10,909 bObUlAli li IM
where everybody Is at work there is office and at 4 o'clock this afternoonhe I problem will be solved and crime States. r

tr.. very little crime.Following lands at the Battery in New York 11:00 a. m.-Address by President will decrease.

r.i i City to greet the welcoming thousands Harvie Jordan. The property own+r* of Nest

the example of Kentucky : of American citizens there. Roll call of the Sea Island coun- The City Pharmacy has just received Beach h'8"DIed ta hoed laf W

: Georgia is to have a "homecoming" Leading Democrats from all parts of ties, and selection of Committees on one of the most unique lines of 500 for providing .J4ft..Sl E,

for her absent sons and the Union, representing all the factions Minimum Price.Adjournment. post cards ever brought to Live Oak. paving. i

daughters resident in distant lands; into which the party has been for dinner. The cards have a series of feathered I -

likewise Alabama, and Texas also, is heretofore unhappily divided, will be 1:30 p. m.-Address by T. J .Ap- beauties in colors finished off with I Don't Have
threatening to do Your Cart
something of
the there the
shouting for natural
a Bryan the man pleyard: Subject: "The relation of plumage. They are
kind. But Florida needs to issue no who has reconciled their differencesand the future success of the Sea Island strikingly handsome and will soon be Work a.

t i such call. She has a climate and won them all to the common cotton Industry to the Association sold. You should call early if you Butchered .
, other things whose to
irresistible cause of a renewed and militant De work." wish to get some of these cards.
It
Charms lay their spell upon all the I At (the Mill!
mocracy. Mr. Bryan is no longer "in lhs'us"lon-2:00 p. m.-Address e N '
frigid North and
when the thermometer
the "
enemy's country. It is the same by Vice-President J. R. Williams. HUMOROUS.In .
gives the signal her adopted New York, but it is now the house of Subject: "The importance of widen his "Comic School Tales "
sons and daughters with their wal his H. J.
friends and this auspicious ing our Markets for Sea Island Cotton I I Barker gives some
lets stuffed with gold certificates, change, involving no inconsistencyon and increasing the by children amusing answers '
come trooping down by thousands demand. technically known In Eng I M
his
part, is a happy augury of Alternate. R. R. Simmons. land as "Howlers."A I am Inc Umber I
from Yankeeland to abide with us victory when the battle shall teacher'was
be join Iticuiuu.
all the winter giving a lesson on the circulation I
during months, to improve ed in the next presidential of
, election. 3:00 p. m.-"The Importance of the blood.
our accent, damn our roads Tonight in Madison Trying to make the matter I Build them '
under
Square GardenMr. Thorough Organization," W. W.I I clearer she a
and bless our climate. They come said:
Bryan will address a mighty Webb, F. G. Schell, alternate. 'Now tee. Have Built lluntlre'
boys, if I
home to winter without stood
us every calling multitude and when he has on my
finished, Discussion.Adjournment.
and may their tribe Increase for we shall know what the issues of the head the blood, as you know wouldrun am Building more erfft!
we reckon on them as an asset of next campaign shall be. Welcome until 7:00 p. m. Into it, and I should turn red For Best Price Write
Night S > ,lon.
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Miss .Annie Kirkland leaves for Children's three-cornered: Colonial-
THEY COME THEY GO .
Lake City this evening after a pleas hats for school wear, 50c 75c and ..
ant visit to her friend, Miss Isla $1.00 each at The Bon Ton. 2t
.. Brown. COMING TO LIVE OAK
Some Yon Kow And Some You
W.A.1\frED-Positlon by a young
, Don't Know. Why does the' sun burn? Why man graduate of Philadelphia High -
i does a mosquito sting? Why do we School. Address "P. care of this
iI I feel unhappy in the Good Old Sum- office. tf Return of the Favorites!

Happenings of r a Day in tin Oat. mer Time? Answer: we dont. We I
use,DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Sold LOST between the Democrat office I 11

by City Pharmacy.The and City Pharmacy, toy monkey. : For One Week Commencing -
See J. C. Lyle for high grade In- $1.00 reward for return to;the Democrat

candescent lights. 294t many friends of Mr. and Mrs. office.

Marion Evans will be pleased to learn Monday, Sept. 3.,
Col. Levi Lee of Live Oak, accom- that they have returned to Tampa to The Northbound Atlantic CoastLine
panied by Mr. Foreman. of Norfolk, live after living in Live Oak for two mail and passenger train due
Va., was here Friday of last week, or three years Mr. and Mrs. Evans to arrive here at 3:15 yesterday was The t W. Park Dramatic Co. !

looking up timber lands, but such have brought with them another about 1 Ohours late, and the last ,
lands are no longer to be had In Evans Master Fred, who was introduced :bound Seaboard passenger due here
Levy county.-Williston Advocate. to the Evans family while his at 7 a. m. this morning, was 5 hours Presenting in their own canvas theatre which is

parents were In Live Oak.-Tampa late. The mail service over these waterproof and lighted with electricity, the best
So-lU.Col-What is it? Tribune. roads is getting to be something plays before the American people. All New York

"fierce." successes. "Northern Lights,* "At Cripple CreekM"The
Day by day people realize the Im- So-Bi.Col-\\'hat is it? "
Runaway Match Wedded and Parted
of for their "Why
portance caring digestion Friday night will be a special
; realize the need of the use of B. P. Coachman received carloadof couple night at the skating rink. Women Sin," "Tennessee Partner," "Under Two!

a little corrective after overeating.A fine mules this morning. Flags," Dora Thorne," and man/others.

corrective like Kodol For Dyspep- FOR RENT-Several four and six-

sia. It digests what you 'eat. Sold Don't drag along with a dull, bil- room cottages. Apply at this office The Latest Moving Pictures Between the Acts.

by City Pharmacy. lious, heavy feeling. You need a
pill. Use DeWitt's Little Early Ris- Prof. L. M. Hatton of Tampa pre- .
Matinee fllterooon 3 O'clock
O. 0. Williams president of the ers, the famous little pills. Do not sident of the Southern Business Col- Satorflau at

Suwannee Hardware Co., returned sicken or gripe but results are sure. lege, is here and will remain for an
yesterday from trip through the Sold by City Pharmacy.Jas. I indefinite period. The college wll People's Popular Prices

northern states. He was accompanied commence the fall term September3rd CHILDREN, 25C. ADULTS 35C.

by Mrs. Williams and their trip A. Leslie has gone to Lake and the prospects are bright fora RESERVED SEATS, 15C. EXTRA

was a very delightful one. While City White Springs and Jasper and good attendance. Location of Tent, same as before, Opposite Union]
away they visited New York Chicago will repair several leaky roofs at the Depot.
Boston Baltimore and other princi- above points while away. Couple night at the skating rink
pal cities of the North. Friday night, 8 o'clock to 10 o'clock.
.!
Miss M. V. Edwards has just received See adv. in today's paper.
I
Electric lights of all kinds and a beautiful line of silks she
best quality can be?had from J. C. will offer this week to her customersat I. Noteheads letterheads, envelopes
Lyle. 29-4t bargain prices. 29-4t statements, billheads, typewriter I STRONG
1 1t 1
I paper, cards, notes, receipts, etc., !
Professor and Mrs. Wilhelm Meyer Quite a number of the young folks'''! printed to your order and satisfac- '
t- lit 1 Again
and little Master Felix Meyer have went out to Dowling Park last night tion guaranteed or money refundedat ( \
been enjoying a visit to White Sulphur on the special train to attend the last the Democrat office.
Springs Dowling Park, Ffi dance while Prof. Abel's orchestrawas i i U what bin Lacy

Jacksonville Metropolis there. Some of the young peo You know what you are giving 1 4 1\ .r *1Ai. 4'l' Stovalloftiitae,0a.
pie who went were: Misses Higgin- your baby when you use Cascasweet.The l Mid altar tikir fKodol

Dotted swiss at Miss M. V. Ed- botham, Cone, Annie Kirkland Isla ingredients are on every bottle. for Dyer
pepsia. Huft4r4
wards at 8 and 10 cents per yard. Brown Daisy Sanberg, Rosalie Contains no opiates. For loss of

S Lewin, Annie Wheeler, Hallie :Madre sleep. A vegetable corrective for the ototbltwsak
Mra. L. J, Brush and daughter Miss Corrine Williams, Lois Higgins, Mar bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy.An womia art
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1, :Nellie arrived last night from Jacksonville guerite Walton and Mrs. Cora e bsleg te.I
4 and will be the guests of Mr. Stevens, Messrs. Blackburn, Lewin, earnest young man just out of 41g Carnww$ .11 I stored to p rfnthtilthbjlhlsrtia

and Mrs. Frank Drew for a few days. Butler Hair Edwards, Lyle, Williams j college, went to a thriving young city NO LIGHT SO RAFE *
edl. YOU be
,4r After which they will go to Hampton Taylor and Wheeler. Mr. and In Indiana and started a newspaper. may
Nor soft and brilliant wan if ysawQUiiit
yet as as
Springs for a short while. Mrs. George Butler chaperoned the ne had no capital but youth, health
crowd.' I strength. Industry and ambition to the electric light. Maybe you (
lndirstieucsuuf
tke Just received a nice assortment of ...... succeed. Moreover, he had no business grant that, but are dubious as to nearly all the sick

flower pots. Suwannee HardwareCO. Try Daily Democrat, only lOc a experience. Knowing these facts cost. If you are the least bit in- DSSS that war.ta

tfcin week delivered. his friends unanimously predicted terested in electric illumination, have. It deprives the system of nourishment -
\ that within six months his newspaper ask about appliances fixtures and the delicate organs ptcu&if U
C. B. Evans, of Tampa, is visiting Something new? So-Bi-Col. office would be in the hands of the women suflsr- weakeh ud b:=t
taso his uncle J. B. Evans. sheriff. They were not disappointed. wiring-anything about "every-

111ricli J. C. Morrow, of Madison is stop- It was.-Walden's Stationer and thing electrical." We are well diseased.Kodol
New line of outings in the delicate ping at the Ethel.Subscribe Printer. posted and our information is at
hades for fall has just arrived at I
your disposal- sree if you mean j
*. The Bon Ton. 2t for the Daily Democratand Guess at it-So-151-Col.
i business. i For Dyspepsiaenables
I keep posted on current events
eI Ulutt is So-lli-Col? of our fast growing town. V. V. Coogler, who for the past few the stomach and digestive i OfIU8
de4t weeks has been assisting Dr. W. M. J. C. YLE.LIVE to digest and assimilate all of the wbott-?
Prof. E. G. Abel and wife Wilhel Mr. Z. Spinks of Lake County Johnson in his drug store left Sun- some food that may be eaten. It ftwri sbtt

asda3 Meyer and wife Clarence Keller and Florida, owner of a large shingle mill day for Live Oak where he may decide OAK, FLORIDA.BARDIN the body, and rebuilds the weak organs,
wife, of Abel's orchestra, stopped in and brick plant near Leesburg. was to remain permanently. Mr. restoring health and strength. KodoI
UTe Oak several hours today on their in the city this morning for a few Coogler made many friends here who relieves indii'stion.eonstip&tion.dl'
\Ii return to Jacksonville from Dowling hours. regretted to see him leave.-Gaines- & : sour risings, belching, heirtburo and aH
Park, where they have been for a ville Sun. stomach disorders.

neek. Prof. Abel speaks In the highest The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. EDWARDS
Digests What You Eat
"U terms of the good treatment extended has an order for several car-loads of We carry a large stock of fine I

trfliCt his party while there, and contemplates their brick to be shipped to \Ia"o. visiting cards and print them neatlyin I a.u..u i 4iutt.a. rn1*n4 at .w
.. returning some time in the This company is doing everything any style desired at the Democrat 38 acres in South IOU t..t.ag ''..m. tale. as IC....e,M.H4..e.......

M base.In future for a longer stay. possible to make prompt shipmentof office.

> ti'ttUtl their product. They are making East Live Oak-! City Pharmacy.
plenaail i I Meals 25e, at the City Restaurantthe good; brick and we predict that ere I Our students are all accepting positions -
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ta,ti only white restaurant In the long they will have to in&tall more new ones wanted at once to ing East of Ohio PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
clt,. machinery to keep up with orders. ,take their pla.es.-Southern Business -- ---
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I College. I Avenue. L. E. ROBEBSOM. A. ld. IM4U.

or jM lsad ; J, D. Stringfellow ,a prominent Ten thousand yards of calico all I pOBERSON & SMALL,
Ri 1 lulnt- man of Gainesville, is inUre shades and colors suitable for young Original laxative cough syrup, This is a desirable
elect Oak today.8u"'IDnee and old, going at 5 cents per yard. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.

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ate ICbroO.eat, the C. T. McDanlel store opposite J. W. Ward Jr., of Floral City. See Helvenston Brothers about that to the City of Will do general Federal practice Courts.in State and
sal the court house: Fresh cakes! and was in our city a few hours today en- accident insurance. They have just

Its ear dtf bread dally.-Suwannee Bakery.T. route to Taylor County to look after what you are looking for and it costs Live Oak. Within ROOMS 1 AND S [Ul-S,* aa1. LSWDI BULMV4.
interests he but $1.00 thousand per annum.
l"ab.a extensive turpentine per PHONE No. m
. P. Crum, of Alton Is a guest of I owns there. I five minutes walkof LIVE OAK. : ; FLOUDA,
the Ethel. Some new views of Suwannee

Celebrated $3.50 "Bostonian"shoes River* the best yet, are among the Court House. c.S. BKOWM. F. E.THOMA_.
..t rat.
I* Mrs. B. W. lIelven ton and child- will go at $3.00 per pair for mammoth collection of post cards on BROWN & THOMASON,

at I*r.tr* I ten came In from Suwannee Springs the next few days H. A. Black sale at the City Pharmacy. Lots 150 yards
tuU morning to spend the day. burn. 9-1

-i "Smith & Stoughton" $5.00 shoeat from this proposi- PHYSICIANS &_SURGEONS,
Xw ready made dress skirts at Clyde Byrd, one of this cIty's popu 54.00"next ten days. No better LIVE
OAK. FLORIDA
: ; :
rtIred Mite, M. V. Edwards Handsomest i lar young mea, left this afternoon valnan,....." any tfi T-u-.00 shoe.-- H. A. tion are selling to-
Ute In Live Oak. 29-4t for College Park, Ga., where he will Blackburn. 9-1 j

. enter college. day at $1,000. L. M. DIXON,
James Register, who has been with i DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
|the home folks at Jasper and White''' Mrs. Ira J. Carter and family, and act on the liver as well. Specially DENTIST.
. [Springs for a week, returned to the Rev. Ridley and family returned good for the treatment of Backacheand

|city this morning. home today after a two weeks' plea- Rheumatism. Sold by City Phar- $6,500for ORTODOXTU, t CROWN : AND : ERlVGS j
sant outing at Dowling Park. macy. WORK : SPECIALTIES. ;
The Suwannee Sawmill Company -

tTc received another locomotive, The Methodists of Live Oak have Spend 5c for cigars, candy
all\
! 'hlt a will be used in logging their kept open house all summer and are or cold drinks, and vote for the the 38 acres. ME. BROOME, I'
I 11. six miles west of this city. now arranging for a great meetingin

] October under the leadership of most popular young lady in .
a (ill ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW.
I A. Williamson, traveling freight Evangelist H. G. Scuddaj. of Tyler I 1:
Live Oak at Real Estate and Investments LIVE OAK, : FLORIDA.Will f
d lent of the Seaboard, is here. Texas. All members of the churchare .
.very j be next Sunday t\
to
urged present .
practice in all the cooru of tU SUUi.ial Bp.,
J. W. Ward a prominent naval morning and night. All the services Florida Book Supply Co. BAISDEN BUILDING. attention given to Con 7.nc a. c.n.t_ ;.
of Rent,Etc. All bufinet pI'QifDPtl7 etuai
SON,I ores operator of Floral CIt;, U in during September will be a prepara- edta
,jtkSSt r was Oak. tion for the coming meeting. C. C. COOK Proprietor. Phone 196. NOTAIT Pvauc fUR AT I.>if... .,


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--WELLBORN .
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Dr. T. J, Hackney and R. M. Car- 20th, 1906. -
]!jr; of the firm of Hackney & Co., :$ :.: -Dallas, Texas and p(1 Ulll. *1
6th and
October
sold
Tickets
;turned home the first of the week
: omt Baltimore, where they had been 7th. Final return limit 21 Quality

k :buy their fall and winter Stock of days from' date of sale. /4/
1L They will open up in the :$32.80-Buffalo, X. I", and return.
tick building formerly owned by C.t. Tickets sold October 10th Vtt

i [i'OlHff. While in Baltimore, Jir, 11th and 12th. Final return
24- arrer also bought a nice stock of limit, leaving Buffalo October ; WINS THE -

foods for the firm of Carver & Stan-. 19th. 1906.$19.60New .
UelL Orleans, La., and re \

; is The new drug store has.been cam- turn. Tickets on sale October 71 ,.o .
bleted and Dr. Smithson & Co. have 12th to 15th, inclusive. v' .
j{loved thereto. Mr. C. B. Olliff has Final return limit October 30. I WAY.S \
building movjed 1906. By depositing ticket
J had the old drug store. N
and Is making changes and icijjproYements. with Special Agent, New Orleans 9

1 He will also enlarge and paying fee of 50c I. f
the building and move bis Stock of ,an extension of return limit I
'- !I-merchandise" thereto. His new goods can be secured until Novem- / ,

will arrive in a few days and from I ber 30, 1906.
what your correspondent can learn $11.6.ilemphis, Tt.lln", and return. '

= I he Intends carrying a very large Tickets sold October 15th NOW HAVE ON EXHIBITIO]
\\i I 16th. 17th and 18th, Final W
stock.W. A. McLeran, one of our well- return limit October 30th. By
in show windows
= known merchants left Tuesday for depositing ticket with Special our ;

3 \t\ew, York to buy his fall and winter I Agent, Memphis and paying
Stock of goods. He was accompanied fee of 50 cents an extensionof

by ,Mrs. McLeran his daughter Miss i I return limit can be secured
'"11_Blanch and Miss Blanch Brown. They until November 30, 1906. /I
1 ;will return about September 20th. .t6.03-Chicago, Illinois and return. .\| 1 PAIR NAND-PAINTED DRESDEN VA

Mrs JV.. Morgan left Tuesday Tickets on sale daily to Sep- /I IVI
{ for Atlanta and other points in Georgia tember 30th. Final return .
thence to Henderson N. C.Ve, ,limit October 31, 1906.
fY- wish for her a pleasant trip and hope I: $38.40-Hot Springs, Ark., and re- /I .
;. her health may be fully restored. turn. Tickets sold daily. VII
: The protracted meeting at Mount, Final return limit 90 days IM 1 CHOCOLATE SIT IN fASt:

Pleasant Baptist church closed last from date of sale. .
\ Sunday night; The church was revived -. Daily to September 30th, round ,i
and four additions fere addedto trip summer tourist tickets will be
the membership. Rev. Mosley was on sale to various resorts. Full in-
assisted during the latter part of the formation, schedules, time tables,
{ meeting by Rev. W. F, Thompson of etc., will be furnished promptly on 1.UANO-PAINUO PUNCH BOWL

\Vaycross, Ga,. application to
Rev. Cason also closed'his-meetingat i G. E. HEIUUXG, .
the Bulah Church last Friday Fla. Pass. Agent, L. & X, K. K., .
r night as he was compelled td leave v Xo. 118 W. Hay St., \.
Saturday. There was one additionto JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
the church goods are the finest impol.tatioof *

Rev, Cason is a good man and an f NOTICE OF ELECTION.
able minister and the people here China obtainable and will be given!
( are sorry to lose his services. He To the Sheriff of Simaunre County,

has only one more appointment here, Of the State of Florida I free of charge to the
g the third Sunday in September, after away person or per*,.
t which he goes to study and bet- "J
ter prepare himself for the ministry. Be it Known. That I. H. CLAY sons holding the lucky numbers. j
CRAWFORD of 'State of
Died at "this'place on Saturday. Secretary !
August 25, Miss Sallie Dees, wife of the State of Florida do hereby give
Noah Dees after an illness of only: notice that a
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a f ew days.: Sh a leav es: a d t .I General Election
., husband mother, sister and
brother..I will be held in Suwannee County,
and an infant baby only BEGINNING SEPT.
old. Mrs. Dees was formerly Miss I State of Florida on Tuesday next H 1.
s succeeding the first Monday in November
Sallie Mudock. She had lived here
her entire life. She was a kind lov-I A, D.. 1906. the said Tues- i
/I
,. IllS woman, of fine disposition and day being the and
continuing until Dec.
24 will
although not a member of any church Sixth Day of NovemberFor 51YI we Div
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4 she loved and feared God and lived One Representative of the Second
the life of a Christian ,woman. She :, Congressional District of Florida with each CASH PURCHASE of 25c.
was aged about 28 years. in the Sixtieth Congress of the

Goss & McLeran are getting in United States. IM one coupon ticket which will
their goods and are busy getting For Two Railroad Commissioners for I

their stock in shape.GALVESTON'S the State of Florida.
s I Two Justices of the Supreme Court ;1 entitle the holder to a

j SEA WALL .I of the State of Florida.
= For Two Members of the House of 4 chance on these
a Representatives of the State of .
k: : makes life now as safe in that city ,
Florida.
z as on the higher, uplands. E. W. beautiful
, For County Assessor of Taxes. s
Goodloe..who resides. on Dutton St..
'". k In Waco, Tex., needs no sea wall For Tax Collector.For '
County Treasurer. .:J prizes.
" I for He writes
safety.. : "I have i
I For Five 71
L used Dr. King's New Discovery for County Commissioners.
I For Three Members of the
\:. Consumption the past five years and County .
Board of Public .
.;. it keeps me well and safe. Before Instruction.For
-1 Justice of the Peace in and for
that time I had
M. a cough which for
f i R years had been growing worse. Now the following Justice Districts, N
p : It's gone." Cures chronic Coughs, Viz: Xo. 3, Xo4, Xo. 5, Xo. 6. Xo AS TO WHAT THE LUCKY NUM
LaGrippe Croup. Whooping Cough 7. No.8, No. 10. No. 11, No. 12.
'. and Xo. 13, Xo. 14, No. 15, Xo. 16 andXo. *
prevents Pneumonia. Pleas- 17. hers are we do not know
and will
t. to take. Every bottle guaranteed not know :
": For Constable in and for
the follow-
f' at all drug stores.
Price 50c. and
.f 1 ing Justice Districts, viz J til the 24th. ;
i 11.00. Trial bottle free. : No. 1 No. day of December when
2, No. 3, No. 4. No. 5. No. 6, No. 7, we expect to
No. 8, No. 10, Xo. 11, No. 12, No.
LOW HOUXIl TRW lUTES a telegram from the house
13, No. 14, No. 13; No. 16 and from whom we bouj
\i.i.
Xo. 17.InTestimony.

LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE K. It. Whereof I have/ here- these goods, telling us, what the three lucky numliM
The Louisville & Nashville Rail- unto set my Land and affixed the I
road will sell round-trip tickets from great Seal of the State of Florida, This
Jacksonville to points shown on dates at Tallahassee, the Capital, thin are. telegram will then be placed in our wind .
Indicated. Proportionately low rates the first day: of September, A. D. '
: from other points: 190C. so that every one may see just what numbersthe
I 3 917.G5-.Memphis. Tl'nlland return. tL.S.I H. CLAY CRAWFORD,
Tickets on sale September 9th Secretary of State. prizes. '
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to 12th. inclusive. Final return To J. H. Rickerson, Sheriff of Su
limit good to leave wannee County. _

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every week month or even attltr.de is impossible saysBlackwood's 11 145p 39all 2 Sop 35a\Ar Ar_-.>.W.Phila N-.LV....Lvt 8 SSpitv.CiM't'UPa.I u...Ar
)1ft lzlne. Its advantagesare 413p 30a Ar... NewYork..Lv 710a1Ar! :CbiluoJ"L.Ltawfor45pLvCtne'atiC

In the meantime this first that standing la: It a man I -Nos. Wand 34.-"New York and Florida Ex- 8 T Z3aIA..a. Vllao.teLpress. H.II D Af.
year. can shoot on every side of him; second ."Duly Pullman Drawing Room Steeping 6 45p Lv.Cia'aatiC.*D-Af
Car, Port Tampa and Jacksonville to Hew York. 6 !iOa'Ar.TolakUX'
that it Is convenient for the H. ft DfL
carriageof Nos. 30"Washington and Florida 7 Z5a'A .n..ou.......... illlI:...........L-
money should be earning the occupant's paraphernalia Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleep* 30p'Lv' Cia'MtLBif---
DimngCar.S \ FrofJU
bur Car.Jacksonville to New York. ,
guns on racks on either side hU ammunition i 1 !iA.9P'I&ad.Yylrwrtr

something and it if la a trough in front his No 30 THROUGH LAND OP THE SKY. i 3OPILvLx gtoa&.Rp.A.
; can other requisites in leather pockets here ..-:.- 8 IDPiLy.LolIlYille..s.' a'....,
I 7 Sop Lv- ... Jacksonville, 'Ia.... .uAr 1 Loei.,8.K1..1.-
place it in this bank. and there on the sides of the machineand 12 Ua Lv600aAi._....-Savannah. Ga.__ Ar 10 IrlaA..A.....s., A 8.t.L.
you his bed blanket on the seat-and. _.Columbia, S, C-.u...Lv 12 01alAr,, .Biriu1 aat.A.S.ky.Lt
1 SOp A.1'"...,.....AshYille. N. C...__Lv 6 05p Ar.UewphM-rriM
third that In a hinder compartment 237pAr -H-ot Springs N. C.. Lv 9 to.\ArKaMuCitJr+Lr
an attendant can stand to hold that 6 00p Ar........Kno ,,,Tenn..Lv 8 3\/pL! ;.)(e ftpIli.. T.... .Ar
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK _. ._Lv
850a.Ar. .Louiaville, Ky. 9 Ia'Ar.Hut .
monstrous umbrella over hU head or .__..St. Louia. M.o..Lv SphnXLATL..L'612pAr am.ar.+....,wr
when quick loading 1 U required take 8 15a BP- ..Cincinnati. O...........?LV
No. S0.-Dulv PttHma Dravhc __ .
LIVE OAK FLA. from his hand the gun just fired and I ON Sleeping Car li.tr.u JaekMiiK ttvndenntaaffql
DINING CAR SERVICE
EXCELLENT
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ville. Aahfillt. Hot Sprin** k..lUIItIu4 Ui*
recharge it. These are the advantages. ALL TRAINS. nata
Otherwise the howdah U au abomina-, ,

c. H. BROWN, President. C. A. HARDEE. l Uon.; 13-Florida Limited-Daily Solid Vestibule Train Through da1 coadM oral ...... ....
vice
D. E. HORN Cashier. W. J. HILLMAN. ) -Pres. ing Cars.Jacksonville to Birmingham Chattanooga and CiBcianattL AU Pullmaa Sterpiag Cw
Mot Famous Sarlng. I to Colorado Springs, Col."via Memphia, KaOMi City.
"\Ylr.t U the most famous saying
I JAMES FREEMAN. District Paaaenger Agent.108 W. Bay St.Jeck.....Ilk
ever cu.Je l y man? an editor asked.
s.m HARDWICK 1'.T.M W. H.TAYLOR G. P.A. BE001S MOftGAH.A.a W. ALive
Some thought that Caesar some
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thoUott that Socrates, some that Lin '"'-
FLORIDA RAILWAY. coin Rome that Nelson bad said the

SCHEDULE mo:'t memorab'.e thing; but finally the Oak M'f'g. Co.
palm was awarded to Euclid the
CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. RY. AND A. C. L. RY. AT LIVE OAK ,
mallieuiatician.Euclid .
DAD Down- CENTRAL nllf: LEAD UP. went to Alexandria to teach
Ptolemy Soter, the kind of Egypt, Manufacturer of
N.. No.1. No.!.
.r mathematics. Ptolemy plodded at ha!
KiaedYMail' ...,J STATIONS Kaa and MtxedFLtI DaiJ.y problems a week or two, and then Lumber Ice Electric Lights Power
,
I L. ., EII> 'IL. Expresa Except asked Euclid Impatiently if there was .
11UIda1. Da1I, Daily. Sunday.Ar .
not some spet-ijl. shorter war by which and Naval Stores.
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he could be tausht
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t >tiam100pm Lv. .__...Live Oak..._..... ......-... 10 20. m IS 50 "Sire." EuclU answered "there is no
I 6 pm road to lelrnlug.t ." Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for Resident
r t II a m 'ZO P ID Lv.__.....____Po set____..?...._......Lv.10 00 a m 6 30 pm royal

. a m 4 ZI pm I Lv._. .....-.Stokley......_................._Lv. 9 52 a m 620 pm or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power-

\ It a m 4 11 P lID Lv.__..- --Lanier LOI' ___..._.._._......_.Ly. 950 a m 6 03 pm \: ... day and night current-for manufacturing purposes.

I., 113 a m 1 18 p m Lv. .--.... Kir UI sLtnd .._..........._.Lv. 9 44 a ID 5 53 pm about He (love five Is years eitremely after)-foolish.All this Wherever gush Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special atttD-e

t1 a m 419 pm I Ar.___. __.Wilmarth...... .. ..............Lv. 9 3S a m 540 pm did this stupid book come from tion, and all orders promptly filled.
r 4 ii6. Lr..___...Wilmarth.._._ _..........._..Ar.1 I must say the person who selected -. .....
jr. I
V i I" a ait A.__.... .._.........Lur&ville.-. -................ showed a very Insipid taste. She
.. a Lv.M....... ._Luraville.U ........... (quletly-It.s the book you gave me Live Oak Perry & Gulf

1 >m'' __ Ar____.__........_..Wihnaath...._... -.--.-.... during our honeymoon. John. We readit ,
1' 111 a m 4 ed P ID Lv___._._..__.Wilmarth__ _.....__.AI' 9 35 a m 6 39 pm eleven times the first week we bad .

r as a r I U P I _._. L6I 8 River_.........._.._.Lv. 932 ami 37 pm It Railroad Company.
\ mlLv. _" .,..
:
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t. i 00 P LV. ---- --- ? 920 a In G 24 A
3 2 pm Here Is au excellent catch: Ingeim EFFECTIVE APRIL 20. 16.I .
1616';.!..!!..I.DAr.-......._..__...Ma'o._... .......M......_..__.Ly. 912. m 51 pm ously ask any friend or acquaintance SCHEDULE
,ILv. .... ...... .
L 1119 a m .ldr50'5 00 pm the meaning of a. m. and \\ in. You ; .. -CI 1l

:; 16 M a m Ar._ .....................Altos__._.......__Lr. 4 0 11 m will recehe some such answer as, I i1iN 'I.O '" .
4. 'I M a m Lv...____.. ..-.Alton.....?.. __.___...Ar. 4 20 p mto "\\Tiy, morning and afternoon," or "Be STATIONS l x i i i Ix 1MailanlPaas ,
i xiNa
I Frt andl'au y
16 !Li I ._i1Ar..--.................-..........Mava.._. ..............................Lv. 4 05 II m I fore dinner and after dinner," or "Upto Passenger IS .11.I .
p. n.. a r, e U p m1'Lv.- -...... _.__.._Ma o....."__..__.Ar. 810. a m 400 pm : 12 o'clock high noon and after 12 1 Na s .No.l. _.__..._...__ al I :L.ILADaily

,14 1111 a m: s u p III'Ly__. .................sala 3.0 Pedro._...... ....41' II 0 a m 3 40r high noon" or "From midnight" to noon Sunday Only 'lyex.Smm P.M. I
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A. M. P. M. ILIA.11.
1.9 and from noon to midnight or "Ante P. K. P. K. A.

1111 a m; I a II III I Lv._._. ......_...'-salt9.2Road.............-....__._.... 851 a m S SO p m meridian and post meridian; before and Leave 800 Leave L30 Leave 240 254 ,_ Live Oak_._ Arm 130 Arrive 6.40 Arrive 1141 i\ Am"U.S .

/. .1 16 L m; 610 p,.'Lv_- -.-. .-..?'".......A kold..____...._....Ly. 8 40 a m 2 55 P iii after noon." It is a conservative wager 13 ua 300 _Rocky Sink.., UI US 551 .IJ::11
2 that to whom the question Is 1818 1.62 3 07 ........8tarr._.. a 41% 6.U till '
n. a .' 141 II III I Lv._._.__._._...Chariton...................._._....Lv. 833 a m 240 pm evttry one 8 22 3 15 -. M.ercer..,- 406 1.20 LM I 5.1
put will stake his happiness on the a Ui5 406 I.It ass 9.06S
i y 'I 3.9 34 3 30 ..... Platt. .... I
U.. a m; 'It.. .. ___....._......_.Keene.___.._....,...........Lv. 823 a m 220 p mP. word meridian while the correct word Ar. 8 8 39 AI' %2.04.09 AI' 340 --'Lancaster.- ._ Lv 356 348 b 1.08 1.00 Lv"II'LU L.Lilt La

12 U a m: I 05 pili I Ly.______......."......FenhollowaJ 3.0 _.._. .._.............Lv. 815. m 210 p m1t ig meridiem. Ante meridiem and post Lv. 845 Ly 4045 Lv. (10 415 Dowliq Park. f IAr I 39 Art AI'.11 ALUAr4049
L6 meridiem are abbreviated to a. m. and 417 ......Olin!!, 133LvUO 5.06 5.
!' U II a .1.. U II III I Lv.._...__. _.__-Denmark..... __......._......_.Lv. 808 a m 135 pm p. m. 8 50 52( Lv 4.50 4 ZII u u. .B.U.....uno... I 330!8 Ar" 10I"1tII UGe

U. m 10 II I ............................_-.Perry.3.3 ..... ........................._.Lv. Q 00 amI pmt 51 4-51 5.00 Ar.Lv. 4 440 2 i Mayo.......!>Junction.ay..._... I s 2i l13 L'O: !I L....
Him 9 00
Gave 31'
a Start. a Oti I 5.O 4 .w .........sllo.......? a 6.W A.rUi I\At1.U:
Holding a imir of candlesticks 9 ... I 315 U4 1.41 Lab
up antique 153 Townend.
; 910 5.1D .u I 00 1.30 ..tI' 1.D1
..._ _..
S .smlth.
U> Tefef rath or Telephone Station (f) Flag Station. (r) Register (s) Regular StoP. (a) an auctioneer said: 9 25 5:25 a 12 21 .- Fenholloway 3 47 lib UO t."
r; 9 38 5.38 Lv 235 U'J ..u. lit
"Give suirt. ...__ ... .
me a
P. Ar.
JU.wr SUUMI T. ALSTON. Superintendent. Ar. 9 60( Ar 5.50 54g perry I Lv I. L..1.00 I b...
C W. ft. HiUUt. General Passenger Agent "A dime!" came a voice from the Ar. 1030 Ar 630 ;Ar 635 HamptoaSp'e .Lv306 LvL2UILvt.3yLr5.SMAYO I .

r r.;. r. crowd."What!" exclaimed the horrified auc and ALTON


ATLANTIC COAST liNE Uonecr.b".\ .". saul the bidder "I thought I I iFrt I I -
[t- tII. that WOUlJ !!iv" him a at.rtr' Frt. and Page I FrL and Pace Passenger STATIONS and PL Frt and Pawn
Advantage of IJi'iun a Brote. No. 7 i! No. 9 No 11. ( No. 8 .Nil. 1U N0. 14
"Do ttinS animals feel pain as Daily ex SunDaily_ ex. Sun- Sunday Only Daily ex"LI"",,, ex..LI"Su.J.y' Oa..
you A. M. I P. M. ---P---M.: I A. M. I P. IL A. W.
Alabama deeply as we Florida
Georgia, "I',l' never studied: the subject but \ 00 I' 4.30 4.40 I UO 5.22 I Mayo DvwllnJr Junction Park I ..1I.J'l,.58. I I 1.20 1.30 I j L64aiu 444
It U safe to bUy that they don't worryas 9.23 i 4.53 5.34 Clark ,.4, I 1.10 1.:11:
ct t Virginia North Carolina and much as we d() over pains that have 9.3d I US I 5.44 I Peterson I 1.35 I too i usa
10.00 I c. 5.30 I B 5.56 MayO I 7.20 U8 Ill
not yet been felt"-Chicago Record- ArU10_ IAr 5.40 Ar 6.02 Alton iLv 1.00 ''b U3 '1v 1.01)

ht F South Carolina. HeraW.: s Regular stop. Connection made at Bowline Park for all traina to and from Live Oak.sad Perry
For information as to connections with other knea, 'phone or call on General p8inngf A|_
'phone 147 Lewin Buikunz. Live Oak.
In our relation with one another we
-- THOMAS DOWL1NG. President B. P. HOPKINS. General PaaMflCtr Attftt
> are apt to neglect the little things
, The Great Highway of Travel from which count so much in making our
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lives happier.

) : FIorlUa--Eastu i WBst North sow
THE END OF THE WORLD SEABOARDAir

xrn' of troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe,

TO TilE EAST, THE FAMUUSJ: of Bear Grove. la., of all usefulness Line RailwayFor

he taking Electric
came when began
FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITEDAND Bitters. He writes: "Two years ago

F Kidney trouble caused me great suffering Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raldgh! ,

NEW YORK EXPRESS. which I would never have
Richmond, Washington, Baltimore Philadelphia New York.
survived had I not taken Electric

Bitters. They also cured me of Gen

\ i MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY= eral Debility." Sure cure for all Three Elegant Trains Daily

10 1urllQT Stomach, Liver and Kidney com SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED

t I ER" VIA ATLANTA. plaints Blood diseases, Headache SEABOARD EXPRESS

Dizziness and Weakness or bodily de-
tt cline. Price 50c. Guaranteed by SEABOARD MAIL

V PULLMAN CARS AND THROUGH COACHES ON ALL TRAINS. Barclay &; Groover Drug Store. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. '


:4 Atlantic Coast Line mileage books: good to all points, via all Giving Him Hope. The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED the only Daily Solid Pullman j

:, trains as far East Washington, and as far West as St. Louis, The pretty girl was her mastiff lavishing and a Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonville 1 I
wealth of affection on and New York via Richmond Leave St '
Washington.
Cincinnati Augustine -
and New Orleans rates 2500. was watchingher.
man
; the very soft young
12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays.

CONSULT THE PURPLE FOLDER. "I wish I were a dog. he said>
langulshmgly. ONLY LINE j"

For detailed and full information regarding rates, Pullman reservations "Don't you worry," die replied. Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.

schedules call on your nearest: ticket agent or write, "You'll grow.-London Tit-Bits. For full '..Hinrmntif an \ !-lp"T ifvrrntlf n* call r

l_ FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Dist. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. rn iiav fi rvrf Seaboard; or writeS.

W. D. STARK,Tray. Pass. Agent 138 W. Bav St., Jacksonville Fla. Neither evidence nor common sense C. BOYLSTON Ja.,
'I r H. J. CRAIG. Passenger Traffic Manager General Offices, Wilmington, N. C. nor reason has tie slightest. effect upon Assistant General Passenger Agent

:: C. WHITE, Gen. Pass. Agent, General Offices Wilmington,. N. C. prejudlces.-floethe. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.T .

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September 3rd. to 7th. ,',< ;,}' "} i,F t p} .N": ,',.1

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;s and Institute of Rapid, Light-Line Shorthand. 1I 1-


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to bring the school UP to the highest possible standard AM I
AM DETERMI N ED at the same time give an opportunity to every young ma* 'F
I BUSINESS EDUCATION
z and woman to get a ,
i at the very low rate of FORTV DOLLARS. We will begin selling scholarships Sept. 3, and continue at tkft ,J
f 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 dips .1
E aids you'to a position anywhere.
The following courses are complete, but interesting,from the day you begin until you graduate: t J JJhorthand


1. E COl/rje Commercial1Jepartmon/ : Ii J j

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Including Stenography by the rIncluding' Bookkeeping .by Single ADd :

sal .Light-line Pernin System,. T yp ewritDouble Entry, Actual BusIness Practice !{
and Banking, Commercial Arithmetic,
Office Practice, Lecture and .Court
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Commercial Law and Spelling, Penman- .
Reporting, Practical English. SP.ellme:. ship. Grammar and Letter-Writing t Re- :
Letter-WrItIng, Speed DrIlls, and DIploma views, Lecture Course FInal Examination
Lee (Use of Typewriter Free.) and Dlploma. :
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:. For the Complete Course now, only . UO.OO For the Complete Course now, only . $10.r ." ;
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calls for every graduate, offering from $50 to $75 a month salary. I
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'| That we cannot hold this price open longer than the 7th.a t!
: I: Ienieniber'. Take the scholarship now and enter later if it don't suit ,;:

.' r you to commence at this time. We are looking to your t;
; : interests and will give you more than we agree. I
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Parents having sons and daughters to educate for independence should not fail to see me at once and arrange to l!
;,i' place them in the College this Fall. Our offices are open to those interested, and as we want to present you wfck a J!
;. copy of'our Illustrated Catalogue I shall be pleased to meet you. .
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L. M. HATTON PRESIDENT ;


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Arrangements are being made to organize a Department ;
of Telegraphy and Railroad Operating soon. I
Further announcement will be made later. :


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