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 31, 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: UF00075905:00107
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I V oL 1. ,No. 243. LIVE OAK FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1906. Ten Csf Ia a W..



Poole Estimates Crop at 1000 ,- West Man's Sudden! Crop Reported 40 per cent Be-. Welcomed and Cheered\ to the Governor Browird to S?,*k

0 Bales Short Death From Shock. low Last Year Echo by Thousands at Jasper Tomorrow



If Intelligent Coarse In Marketing Is Hold of Live Wire After Convention Unanimously Advo- Never Before Has There Been Such Mayor llta Appointed CottftUtce* ef

Followed Sure To Bring Being Warned-Boys Were In cates the,Erection of Warehouse a Demonstration as Given Prominent Baaiacw XHI

High Prices. Harmless Sport. m Every County the NebraskanNew Time Divided if Ifedral:


Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 31.-Com- (Miami Metropolis.) Valdosta Ga., Aug., 31. The min York Aug. 31.-Such a wet Governor Broward will dcilv? ft

missioner of Agriculture R. R., Poole Key West. Aug. 30.-A Vjry distressing imum Price Committee of the Sea Island come as seldom inx this country'?I I speech in Jasper OB next Saturday.

today gave out a statement which accident which caused the, Cotton Growers' Association history has been accorded to a private September tat, on the subject Of Ui)

he said that the cotton crop is in bad death of Ed. Roberts and injured a, spent several hours yesterday deliberating citizen was given to William I "Drainage of the Everciadea 114

on prices of sea island cot- .Tannin. ..<> R..,-.!>.n.. !.>.t '.\TinHsr.... Cnn11'; .
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"will be shorter than little boy occurred :sun<1ay. the
condition and and adoption of the drainage eom-
ton, the convention then delib- Garden tonight in the celebration of

,last year, by 100,000 bales; lie con- Two boys were on the corner of erated two hours more before adopt- his return from a year's absence mission amendment to the CoatU*

tinned: "The fine prospects for crop Fleming and Thomas streets, trip- ing the report, several slight amend- spent in foreign travel.As Lion which la to be voted oa at tat

in the early part of the season caused ping swallows. This harmless past- ments being made. The committeewas general election in November.
the guest of the CommercialTravelers'
the price to be depressed and the time, which last year caused the composed of one delegate from Anti-Trust League Mr.Bryan The&eaklng will twgla proffiptly

farmers of the state are now con- at 11 W&ock in the
death of three toys, is a game for every sea island growing county in than moraine.
greeted by more
fronted by low prices and short crops. two. One boy stands on one side- Georgia and Florida.A was The Mayor of Jasper, Hoa. C A

Every pound is worth' 10 cents, and walk and the other across the street close canvass wag made to ascer- 20,000 persons, who filled the, great Stephens, haa appointed the followUf
structure from floor to gallery.
advice is to hold and market upper named committee for
my holding a wire between themselves.The tbe eccasiaa
tain the condition of the crop compared -
All the entrances and the streets were
slowly for an intelligent course in swallows fly close to the grounds, with last year. It was found On Reception-Hon. P. Adas,
choked for blocks by other thousandswho
marketing is sure to bring a higher ttirew chairman W. Y. Sand 11 IL
the boys wire into ,the air and ; n, DeQ
that the condition is 20 per cent. be- stood patiently for hours for
price for the crop" hit the birds. I. low last and the reduction of Stewart John M. Caldwell, D, J,
year the of fleeting glanceat
The bad condition is attributed to privilege even a Boynton and Lee C. RemitterOn
In this case the wire broke and acreage is about 20 per cent. The the distinguished visitor

dry .hot weather, following excessive fell across an electric wire. The boy committee estimates conditions at 40 Arrangement!-M. P. horse
The interior of the Garden
was a
rains which has caused it to rust who had hold of, that end of the wire cent below last chairman; J. E. Stewart, P. II Eaa&

and shed badly, and there are some was getting badly shocked but a per year. waving sea of color. Every person lin. C. W. Smith W. H. Qretat u*
The fixed followsfor
prices were as
in the audience had been provided
complaints of blight. "The bolls are John Bradshaw.
sailor happened to be near; and see-
interior points: East Floridas,
with miniature American and
,mall" Mr. Poole "and im- a Anyone wbo the
says Qoftr
ing predicament cut the wire
26 cents; fancy Georgias and Flor
cheer throats
from was
mature, and consequently the lint is with an ax. every nor's views on these subject u4 4*
idas 25 cents; number ones, 24% accentuated by the waving of 20-
very short. An electrician was sent for to re- sires to be beard will be glrtft ft fair
cents number twos 23% cents;
000 tiny staffs bearing the Stars and
move the wire when Ed. Roberts, number threes 22 cents numbertours. I division of time mad accorded tat

n. GnoJ.. Ylrtlf MOH. ft._'__ H._ L___'__ _._. .._J % ; Stripes mncfr_ An,,.ffA."... .....,_....
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orriaa me wire, remarKea V.--VYfw"w yN'WTYMH.
uaiigiug 21, cents. No price was fixed Cheered Bryan for Eight Minutes.
hat he could remove It. He was
for grades below number fours.
When Mr entered ,the ball 'IUSOaILST-6lll"tN
Would Lynch Black Fiend For Assaulting Bryan I .\ :ItY
I finally persuaded to leave it alone : GittL
The committee also urged the erection -
Girl. the proceedings which had already:
Little Negro
and ,went off. Later, however he of warehouses In each county ,
Valdosta Ga.. Aug '30.-Will begun, were brought to a temporary So KooMeTflt KJ. Will Many
I returned, and seeing the wire still
where sea island cotton may be
while for eight minutes volley
Clark a negro, about 22 years old. ]pause Northern )Iasi.
I banging, he caught hold of it with
graded and sold. It also called upon
of thunderous cheers rolled -
after volley
It In the county jail, charged with 1 both hands and was instantly killed : Atlanta,, Ga., An*. l e. Wbtt
the members to use their influence to
i criminally assaulting a five-year-old through the great building. When President Roosevelt vat II Ike Soot
The deceased is the son of Calvin
all to stand by the prices
get growers Chairman Tom L. Johnson in his
negro girl daughter of William Cars- Roberts and leaves a wife and ev-I fixed. '. he expressed himself tn regard to U*
well. The crime committed last as introduction of Mr. Bryan, referred
was eral children. I question of personal beauty of ft
The Counties Represented.The .
bight, but the mother of the child, to the guest of the evening as "the Southern woman, a very 4ftftr6:

being a stranger and ignorant of the, TARIFF COXCESSIOXS secretary called the roll of first citizen if not the first official thing to do under ordinary drew

counties and delegates respondedfrom of the land-not the first official.
laws did not it until yet .
report yester- stances but Mr. Roosevelt U a brat

day. The child was horribly mistreated Made to Spain-President Issues Pro- Appling, Bulloch Berrien. and Mr. Bryan rose the great gather man and dared to say that he tr ft4
Echols Johnson. Lowndes, Pierce
in cheer-
ing broke out unrestrained
and is in a serious condition. clamation. dered Mlsa Selma Adtl&l4j Allen, of

( The negroes of the city have been Washington, Aug. 31.-The state Tattnall and Ware. From Florida ing, while the band played "Hall to Atlanta the prettiest Somber girl
delegates were present from Alachua. "
the Chief.
terribly wrought up over the case department has made public a that he bad met She k| a pettta
pro- Branford, Baker Columbia, Lafayette -
So touched was Mr. Bryan by the
and there were many open threats clamation by President Roosevelt, de- blonde and attracted tb* pr..l Hamilton Jackson Taylor,
welcome that as he stood waiting for
of lynching. In consequence Clark claring and putting into effect on attention to such an extent that be la-
Madison and Suwannee.
the cheers to subside his filled
was removed from the city prison to September 1 next, the new agree- eyes quired who sbe wat. Her pr.i.
with tears and he strode nervouslyfrom
the county jail this afternoon. It is ment as to reciprocal tariff conces- have Just announced ber easagemeft'
side to side of the plat-
believed that the lack of proper leadership sions between this government and, narrow to Mr. Uonard Bay of New You
form. "How I thank this
is what saved Clark from the can you who was studying law In .w"'OJ
Spain. Under the agreement Ameri-
Orders Lid Put On In City of Omaha. welcome home?" he said. "My heart
fury of his race. can goods are to pay duty according at the same time that sbe *ea coat:
I Lincoln, Xeb., Aug. 31.-Governor
would be ungrateful if it did not con-
to Spain's second tariff schedulethe pitting her musical dafttoB, amd
Mickey went secretly slumming in
itself to service. It
secrate was
LAUD WAS SHORT WEIGHT. rate accorded favored nationsin your he feels: justified In Mytec that fee
Omaha Tuesday night and as a re-
kind to prepare this reception. It was
return for American concessionsin halt won the | r Um girl (a .le
sult, has notified the Attorney General. -
kind of Governor Folk to come here South.JAMKMOWX.
Krvrrul Large Chicago Packinghouses the of tariff reductions
way on to prepare complaints against. all the way from Missouri. Itwas
Arrested.: wines and other Spanish imports in-
members of the Police Board and kind of Tom Johnson that exampleof
Chicago. Aug. 30.-City Sealer to the United States.TEMPERANCE. KUM.SITIOV
I police officers charging them with the moral courage we so much
:1 Joseph Grein today directed that suits
non-enforcement of law. need in this country to lend his presence -
be instituted against Armour & Co., VICTORY. The Governor is a Methodist dea here. State Fair KxhibiU to Lr t'.rridHirect

N'elson-Morris Swift & Co. and to Ktiofciit
& Co., Hi.
con and he will not tell all that he "It was kind in :you to fully recompense -
the .1n lo-American Provisions Company Determined to Kara FTorW
Prayer Service Held to Celebrate red- rsprirseated
saw in his trip through the me in being absent so long
on a charge of selling short \' etol')'. light district other than to declare in a creditable m*.ft.r ai taw
from my native land. I thank you.
weight lard. The city sealer declared Huntsville, Ala.. Aug. 30.-The that it was more horrible than he I return to the land of my birth more Great Jamestown Joxpofltloliia l'e" ,

today that yesterday he had his majority at the Democratic primaryfor and at no cost whatever to tbe cooties .
imagined existed, and that the dist proud of my citizenship than b
ever e-
Inspectors purchase 5-pound pails of of Florida Colon T J L.
the legislative-candidates who tx- rict was a mass corruption and immoral -

lard at the stock yards and found peer to create a dispensary in Madi- sewage. fore.The Brown, president of the Stele Nt

r them, to ho from.. X to. 12 nunres short. .. ... t., ..,' ..:_. ._.. _. .en .. .. doors of Madison Square Gar Association and {'hl..r .r..i.. ".. ._,,,
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auu V.UUULJ 13 uuw eauiuiuvu ilL ""u Possibly ne said, it is no worse ----
den 5:30
I I were opened at o'clock, and
la weight. A thanksgiving prayer service in I I than is to be. found in other large' by that time there were hundreds of sioner to the Ja&> ton Rapsa..

celebration of the by appointment of Cov.ra.r Are-
victory over he is Governorhe
cities but so long as ticket holders present clamoring for

XKW .UTOMOUILK SERVICE. saloons was held by the woman's dis I will not allow such lawlessness to admittance. Police lines had been ward has derided upon and rill

I carry out a moat eutolke& u4 .-.
I pensary auxiliary. continue. formed three blocks from all the
ISM DMTute hi Connection With the I mendable plan.
garden entrances. In this the
Street Hailwa). FEVER CASES ARE MALARIAL.Montgomery ROOSEVELT SILENT ON His Colonel Brown Intend tat tae
early comers were well handled.
Savannah Ga., Aug. 31.-M. Ed. Ala., Aug.! 31Dr. POLICY. Old .Airs Were Cheered. various county exhibits at the cling ... 1

Wilton presented a petition to the W. H. Saunders heard of some suspi- Oyster Bay, X. Y., Aug. 31.-In During the interval before the State Fair shall t* taltea to Norfolk '

fit, council asking for a franchise I cious cases of fever at Homer, La., view of public statements that Presi- meeting was called to order a band directly after tbe fair e...., tad

allotting a local stock company to but after at no expense whatever to tae
they proved, an investigation dent Roosevelt had made known his played merrily. Such tunes as Iar- ee-

conduct an automobile passenger: ser- to be malarial fever.A. intended ,policy toward Cuba in the land." "My Old Kentucky Home," ties participating.; Norfolk be bM

*ltf on bull st\ et. The petition ask- island entered into a contract with otM Of ;
that ,
revolution in
I present "Way Down Upon the Suwannee
*4 for the right to run a line of the greatest storage warebmi
pas- lathe
C. L. PLACES ORDER FOR CARS Secretary Loeb said today that any River" and other melodies of the

enter automobiles from the city hall Wilmington, N. C.. Aug. 31.-Today such statements were entirely with- South called forth tumultuous country to take care of the pn.

wit Dull street to Forty-second street. the Atlantic Coast Line awarded out foundation, as the president had ; but when the first strains applause of- ducts particularly those of a pertaa-

Mr. \VlUon says if everything goes to the Standard Steel Car Company indicated to no one any determination "Dixi were sounded the thousands able nature until the ex* Miti M. ;

>ell right he will have the line in of Butler Pa., a contract for 1,000 in the matter. of Bryan welcomers were on their which will be attended by bn.4r.*s i

operation within thirty days. He proPOS cars, 500 steel under frame box cars ---- feet in an instant and the cheers of thousands of people from ail set- I 1

to inaugurate other lines than i lions of the civilized world. 1
and 500 flat cars. The delivery will GADSUEN TO FURNISH SADDLES.Gadsden drowned the band for a time. opus

tbe one asked for above in case the i begin in January. Ala., Aug. 31.The local As each notable Democratic visi- h

'tature prove successful. The prposed o- IIAIMJIUIKJE TO VOTE OX IMI.Mtf.
representative of a Chicago saddle
tor entered the hall and -
was recognized
- service will be in direct corn, WOODJIEXTTEXTIOX.. manufacturer has just received an his name was called and the BaInbridge, Ga.. Aug. 31.- pkMM '

p.ciUonIth the street railway com A meeting of importance to the! order for 2,000 saddles from the cheering was renewed. have been completed .herely law i

. pant.t entire Samp will be held Tuesday, Cuban government to be used in Twelve thousand citizens of Balnbridge ,|)l be ft*..

-- September th at Masonic hall. Ever y equipping soldiers to suppress the re- them women, persons many of an opportunity to vote on boa44 .. <
were seated
rat by 7
Try Daily lient only lOC cItrk the amount of $15,000 for tk. e.e -
e chopper urgently requested to be,pre o hellion in that country. The order I o'clock and an hour later not a vacant -
delivered.l pletlon of the sewerage system of t..
C. W. ACHE Cleric. was cabled from Havana. I seat was to be seen. city.

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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.- Rolls, but not having time to c zr Z s SZ sr S'a"Q'2 v_... _a..utIa1.. .- '"".'"

t_ Live Oak. Fla.. Aug. 17 1906. plete the work; ordered recess' u.u..c...elF 1M.. t.f.........b. n.
e City Council of the City of! August ,23, 1906, at 7:30 etI t.t r rda b sa. h _
Qauery.......'*" "..,.,. .
irr e Oak, Florida met pursuant to m. ... i l. .........- ra .
journment at 7:30 o'clock p. m., Live Oak, Fla., Aug. 23, ...-.6.se.t .,
Tom Keene Cigars iW _
4 L 2 a, August 17th, 1906. 7:30 p. m. M4 ..' _
i-f-4\\ {Present:' C. 'H. Brown, President City Council met pursuant to last year in'the United K !s1=a rL V
:Council and Aldermen F. E. cess.
iomason, F. I. Robertson, J. M. Present: M, E. Broome, best 5c. Havana one ttu'. < :.
......:...rt t 0
President of .
relay W. J. Hillman, J. L. White C. H. Brown .. .. to -- ;
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and M. E. and Aldermen F. E. Thomason, J Five old Tobac- .. =- -Q. ts.c' =
t d 0. D. McFarland year ..... .... -.Pt- *
Mayor. Barclay, F. I. Robertson and Alp) tE..frs .e --. .ti.-...two
ti oome .
Good Cool Pleasant Ia.....lIiM, ...... --
4 r [The Council continued the equal- White. r f.WI.....astt.. __
] Resumed equalization of the L4 i.t. M ssa IN ss 1jt
Assessment laws
ition of the Tax
t..wtss n. ......... ... .
.: 9 said city. Tax Rolls, but not having ..- .nta.d..UIAIIif II fIin '
By a two-thirds vote of the Coun- complete the work, ordered today. tb... ._a.t.,.,.d.,ta.d ...... .
s ll the rules were now waived, upon till August 24, 190&, at 9:30 tiN,... ,- .., ........... -
ew& '
lotion of F. I. Robertson member a. m. ecr __ .. ... .
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CHAS. H. BROWN t44 a.....
of .
Council, and the equalization ...
tie t+ 1 ..
: r Id- assessment suspended for the Attest: Pres. of City aU.w...w.s..... a."..1dIIIJ.....two eep .

Jurpose of approving and ratifying S .P. MAYS, City Clerk. Drug Company. J.w Il-w.M '.. ,,. .
e minutes of .the Board of Bond (To be continued.) BuxrHun A .uiI .
) .. Soaett.eI'.c."t .
foustees, and for the consideration .lamI
{Ordinance No.. 51 of said city. A MYSTERY SOLVED.
The minutes of the meeting of the "How to keep ot periodic
i oard of Bond Trustees of the city of of biliousness and habitual 'rte ',; .J. ;

ive Oak were then presented to the tion was a mystery that Dr. r Il. .. _
ity Council for approvalF. New Life Pills solved for me"

.I. Robertson, member of the John N. Pleasant, of Magnolia, ,
until, offered the following which The only pills that are HUMPHREYS II Ii
as unanimously adopted: give perfect satisfaction to i
t ,"That the minutes of the meeting or money refunded. Only 25c .
( the Board of Bond Trustees of Barclay &:; Groover Drug Store. AND

the. city of Live Oak, Florida, held
on. the 17th day of' August. 1906. at Spend 5c for cigars, Furnished, on Application. ,

|7:00 o'clock p. m., in said city beand or cold drinks, and vote for
'= [ the same are. hereby expressly 9Vit :
charge of buildings, turn it over to V
-} Approved and ratified. most popular young lady I

..Ordinance No. 51 was introduced Live Oak at respect, before a cent of money -
;. [by W. J. Hillman, a member of the .
U [City Council, was put upon its first SKIIIUL PRfSCRtPIWY .
: reading by sections. By vote of Florida Book Supply Is the only
Council it passed its first reading. I
1 C. C. COOK. Proprietor. which we pare
By two-thirds vote of Council. the
} : rules,were now waived and the Ordinance LIVE OAK FLORIDA. ourstlvvsit's *
No. 51 was put upon its second
,reading by title only By vote of the Reduced really the me*
|Council, said Ordinance passed its phase of the drwfj -

l p second Ordinance. reading.No. 51 was then placed Clothes j When your doctor "

.,upon its third reading and final pas- On all :Millinery Goods |sand such medicine you _

sage, being, read by sections. Upon that. WL tall Ic--
and from Pot
call of the roll the following vote
t was recorded: ,Ayes: C. H. Brown, can purchase goods Make the Man But''fore you run tom,
F. I. Robertson.. J. Hillman J.
t M, Barclay, F. E. Thomason and 0. much below their former
D. McFarland. Nays: J. L. White. Wonderfully to
prices. We enjoyeda
Said Ordinance, No. 51, was now City Pharmi
4 leclared regularly passed and certified very fine trade
-L to the Mayor for his approval. Appearance
r Dr. W. C. White now came before season, but stock is PItON& ri

the Council and asked the Council replete with
} ; to grant. to him a permit to build p'Z -- -
within the fire I limits of the city a goods in prevailing We hare them-Suits that will

,. galvanized iron building, which was, styles which we will i ATEANIIC COAT! J
upon motion, refused. A selected
large carefully
The; Council not having time to very low, to close out. ,
complete the equalization of the As- SPECIAL lM
Call and see for The
sessment Roll ordered recess until yourself. Furnishings. goods are right

9:30 o'clock a. m., Tuesday the 21st .

-t k day of'August, 1906. Mrs. E. N. \ call and see them without delay. Excursionin.Rd

Live Oak. Fla.. Aug. 21. 1906.
for tailor made suits are .
f' 9:30 a. m.
on display at our store. We take
s Council met pursuant to recess. measure for tailor made suits.
Present: M. E. Broome, Major, C. % .' Quickest to WaOuftftaii
.:-' H. Brown, President of Council, and __ ._____... __ .___ __m__.____ all Point f4\t.
Aldermen J. L. .White, W. J. Hillman
and F. I. Robertson. $91.30 Sa FHMMM* ittrt ..
.: I By vote of Council the :Marshal BROTHERS dd,; ..... 11!
was instructed to investigate the mat- ,
At1.Mh "" A J
. )' ter of sinking a drainage well in the $11.15 ,
d.Ir, NaMtt (
I : I western part of the city. OUTFITTERS *tNfemftlk Ii
I The Council, together with the $H9. S T.iMHi'lrl .
Mayor, continued with the equalization FLORIDA. ..le ., ,.,. 4]

. of the Tax Rolls but not having $31 00 w......... i> i
. time to finish the work; by vote of eWer, ....11t ittt 11
, Council, recess was ordered till 7 30 '
: Anita t7 Imo. ..
Fernandez Cigars. AA l. t t*
s .,a. o'clock p. m., this date. tC ,' :)/. ly.n.mip, 4t

. Uve Oak, Fla., Aug. 21, 1906. PY RG MT Money Tobacco. \ni".7 lw'" k D.r.,KM6.t.I.. IMttM n .

7:30 p. m. We are pulling wires all the
I Council met pursuant to recess. With a single end In view, 9. Coffee. $16.5 Chi.gs t.I .. ..+rlitttit

t .i Present: M. E. Broome :Major, C. Of pruning to you the fact I
: H. Brown, President of Council, and $?. 8''= ....... '"
Aldermen J. M. Barclay and F. I. That our Groceries will just suit & Co. Packing House ti4 i Ilrt i tirtBl tI

, > Robertson. .We are headquarters for all Id s**itt** ..,... % .,.V
j There being no quorum ordered Is Usually found in a first-class, they. are the best. iikil .a,. t..i' 'lilt .
I F 'reces8 till August 22, 1906, at 9:30a. date
m. grocery store and anything -
buy from us \nO guarantee to be
Live Oak Fla.. Aug 22, 1906. 81> ClAt.tJt't 4't+ "I
9:30 a. m. and of the very best quality. Orders With Us
try produce, tegetdblea and the
Council met pursuant to recess.
creamery butter on the market. Me& .. ..
Present: M. E. Broome Mayor C 538.10 .
H. Brow. President of Council and Cull on us or Phone 83. Attention.I Itt. ...

Aldermen J. L. White, W. J. Hillman i I 5'0 70 1r- T \
tY f
and F. I. Robertson. ; .. I. '"'
Council called to order by the MAYS BROS.
President. Brokerage & Com- SI1,6S ,
Resumed equalization of City Tax FREE DELIVERY. ti'1
Rolls, not having time to complete _

the work, ordered recess until August +0+0+0+0+0+0+0 Co. $31.93 T-- ... t", .
t j 23, 1906, at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Y I IY tI. ..

; Live Oak, Fla. Aug. 23, 1906. i Wood $; .wNo .-.V h'
9:30 a. m. siI cS ran and JtaJ'. trade In......

City Council met pursuant to re- I }:acYt.i.r ......|.t ". >
Y A 2 horse load -- ---------. --
cess.Present wagon L..i" id---., r ,
11. Brown,: President M. E. Broome of Council Mayor and, C. Y 18 inch wood for $1,50.Furnished : : " ' ''t"t11tl"1''t"t"t"t't"t"" '' " tlattwrt M* til ........,

Aldermen F. I. Robertson, F. E. i -- swot w .... fit. 4it
on Short Notice i i f fY j -
Thomason J. L. White and J. M. h6PW. ... ttt.trt,. II6f

Barclay.Council called to order by Presi- Y Leave orders at M. L. Burnett& i\1; ; Evening Democrat 1 by ..... t.P1IAMK.

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heavy with Band, and the auto groanedand .

complained. as it made the steep .

Ir mill( hills. SPECIAL
-If the wasn't the best looking girl I 3I

99 ever saw"- began Knowlton."If I
( .
C1@lIP> she hadn't dared us to follow

.x! By C... H.-SUTCLIFFE her"replied Then there Weaver.was a scream ahead of : NIGHT AT SKATING RINKFRIDAY

,, ,- ,them, and a tire was seen to leave one
t} Copyright. 1906. by C. H. Satellite ofvthe wheels of the runabout and the ,

,i r machine to come to a standstill
"Ye but what lutft for !"
i gods, me
"Why dou't you fellers; wrote Burt -
whispered Weaver.
J lIe :( to Weaver and
young "Say. now. if you don't let me d* all .

an Knoxvltou auto some of Saturday Columbia and college coridovrn, "hire the plied talking'Knowlton.I'll break your neck!" re- from 8 to to P. a

here to see me? The old fogs will .
I When the auto came up, the girl was
make you welcome, and my sister An.I down on'her feet inspecting damages.It .

nette of whom you bar heard me was easy to see that the machine For Couples Only.

speak U home now. Ar age to star Plust be got home by some motive .
ever Sunday with us. We'll bave a power: beyond its own. There were too
bully time." on the highway to
many stony
Young Henderson was still In'Ins run it on the rim of the damaged 7:30: to 10:30 P. M.
with hU parents at their country houseon wheel. Mr. Knowlton at once introduced
Long Island and had been chummy himself and companion and tendered

with the two meu daring hs: days in their services. ;j Rates: 25c. Per Hour for use of Skates. 25c. for
college. The Invitation was alluring. They found the young lady even
Each of the sophs had taken lesions in ter looking than they had given her :J entire evening when Skaters furnish their
running; an auto the Long Island roads credit for. She was not at all embarrassed
were known to be good and at the end over the meeting. She was own Skates.
of the run was a handsome girl, as chatty and vivacious and In five min MJ
they knew by a photograph they had utes' talk she made them realize that
Keen. she knew twice as much about an autoas

It was a rare chance to get out of they did. One thing the boys forgot -
town and do a lot of other things beIdes. until afterward. They gave their
and on a certain Saturday mornIng '- names to her but she did not reciprocate. I Tuesday and Friday:

of a certain June an auto might It was decided that the dam-
hate been seen speeding two rather aged machine must be drawn to the

hilarious young men up the Island side of the road and sent for later ou, ;I 3:30: to 5:30 P. M.
road The garage man had been particular while the auto was to convey the girl
when they went to hire the ma to her home a distance of fourteen or
chine. They confessed to being>> timid fifteen ml=:s. Why she had gone out .
about viieed. but felt perfectly confident of her way she didn't explain and the

on all other points, and after displaying boys didn't ask. For Ladies Only
their knowledge in a practicalway "As I am used to autos I shall ask
be had placed them In charge. the privilege of acting as chauffeur," ,

The destination was thirty miles announced the young lady as she was ,,;{
from Brooklyn, bat at a steady Jog this: ready to get In SKATING FREE. .

might lave been covered' by noon had This seemed like a reflection on the

Dot Romrtblng happened to prevent. abilities of the young men. and they
At they were passing through Jamaica were hesitating over it when Miss
the journey only just begun a Blank took the matter in hand. There Monday and Thursday:
handsome young lady emerged from a was room for one of them beside her \ .
house, stepped Into a steam runabout and both jumped for the place at once. sM

, and acting as her own chauffeur. There was struggle but shame soon

started off at a fast clip. came to both and they humbly climbed 3:00: to 5:00: P. M.
"l\S (iroree.. but did you ever see into the rear seat and glared at each V ,
J anything to compare with her?" gcspedyonng other and mentally threatened murderat
Weaver, who was noted as Im- the first opportunity. They soon discovered SKATING
pre.I.ma t It"UaDt"OWt'it>. that the young lady was no \ For Children ,
girl I ever saw" was vain boaster. She turned the machine : 15 Cents.
the reply about with a whIz and started off at ;

"I IJ you notice that look she threw a speed that had not continued for five ..
It mt'r minutes when young Knowlton felt
"It was meant for me." compelled to lean forward and say: v
"You go onJ: Say I'd give nil I ex- "This la certainly exhilarating but
j prct to get from my grandmother's estate do you think It altogether safer /
,\ to know that girl. What eyes! "This Isn't twenty miles an hour," M
I Whit hair! At her eyes looked into was the reply as the machine sailed
mine for au Instant 1"- around a curve on three wheels. '
+ "Phr wan I joking Into mine and there Three minutes later Mr. Weaver,

Ii wa a rocuUh, defiant look In them as whose face was growing as white as

it tile dared UB to follow her." : chalk and his teeth clicking together, Porter & Dexter
"By to-orge. but come to think of It. i managed to make the young lady understand
we outfit to follow her anyhow. Xo that he was troubled with I
woman has any business driving a ma- palpitation of the heart at times. ,
chin Suppose a tire comes off or "Best remedy for it In the world."

anything breaks. She may meet a she replied as the machine struck a
train at a cruMlng, run into a ditch or road as level and hard as a floor, and
bite something else happen. If we she Increased the speed. Proprietors.one's F

are on hand we can asslst"I I The young men Instinctively clasped .
More steed was put on to decreasethe I hands and said farewell to each other.
distance and the young lady looked They didn't dare reach over and twist
tack as the heard the chugging of the the wheel out of the driver's hands $ m mmm$$

big machine. and yet they realized that a calamity ,
'$be'a surely flirting with me!" gur- must soon happen. A word from her
f U 4 young Wearer he clasped his might have prevented what followed one's main interest its life Is In the 1LJ JL L a ,:

Uud but she was Intent on the road ahead.Of personalities that surround one. one Is
"You dolt!" replied young Knowlton not likely to be tempted by vulgarity
a sudden, as they came upon a long
81." duetu't know that you are ou strip of hazel bushes, both stood up and because the essell'e. again. of vulgarity -I I THE BON TON.
earth. Iu't she skimming along pretty jumped for it and landed among the Is that it tends to affix: an altogether i .
fast i" fictitious value to material
bushes with a crash.
"l rems to me she's let out a link. I things. A man who pursues wealth. I
The auto did not stop. If the girl
Thl U faster than we ever drove before comfort power, position, Is always In I .
missed them she was not concerned. 3
but we'>e got to take chances or They picked themselves up after awhile danger of yul>:arity.-\. Benson in I A beautiful line of Ginghams
lo that Atlantic.
a girl"The
and limped out to the road in
girl lu the runabout had several for Shirt Waist Suits.
time to make inquiries of a passing I'rrll of Erring Soldier
ideas ou the subject in Land. One was I
team. They' walked two miles and "tftranse aPi It may seem," said a for- I
that the two wen behind her
I then hired a farmer to drive them six mer colonel of a Manhattan regiment
were new ti> the sport. Another was sBiglineofTWODOL-rv\TT7i
more, always Inquiring for an auto "members of state military organizations DOLLAR
that they had left the direct road in ( LAR HATS for .
driven by a girl. At length as they will continue violate duty calls ,
Ofdf to follow her. The third was thatfcbe
would be revenged on them. She drew near' a manor house embosomedin while knowiug full well that by so doing I _

rattled along at a high speed for a a grove young Wearer exclaimed: In certain instances they' renderthemselves i>
mile aud could see without turning her "Say, now it's dollars to cents that marked men for life.: The Three-cornered George Washington -
I this is the house we were bound for- fact Is probably not generally known i
brad too much that the big machine ;
was Bubbling badly and being driven I the Henderson place!" among citizens that a dishonorably. ;, ( Hats for Babies, Girls and "
"And if that Isn't the young lady we discharged militiaman U forever barred j
hand. On to
by a trembling coming
I eat office, whether i i Misses. Prices 75c. and $1.00.r
""'h quarter of a mile farther on, she 1. again!" replied Knowlton as he noddedat this applies to the municipality, the :
i a girl ou the veranda.In commonwealth or the federal govern-I
lighteight !, front of the Louse was: an auto ment. I know of some ca es where j :

the humpii and ruts and washouts. I I tied to the fence with a rope. It was men with dishonorable discharges have PRICES REDUCED on"Slutt

while the larger machine bad to slowdown their auto. Hung in a conspicuousplace fallen to speedy ruin upon full realization I'
and bump its way aloug. was a sign reading, "For Sale of the serious consequences at-
( To and look
"If we KM* her I'll commit suicide," Cheap." The young men did not stop taching to conduct unbecoming a sol- I come means a purchase.

Mid yours;; Wea nor as he hung on for to ask any questions. If their friend 1 dler.-New Ye k Press. I a '
dear life and grew paler every minute. Burt was home they did not want to II I .

"!ti'n't )':UI fear that I will loge le'Srtutiy '." see him. If his sister Annette was :
rrpUtl; l KuonltDii. "ThS I* home they did not want to see her. Ail The Great Headache Gure,
I Mrs. C. W. Bache.
rathvr bumpy, but I'll stand ten mile they wanted was to get' back to New | |

of eye It"for another look from those blue York by tlftj shortest route. Bromo. Pep sin ;

"1I\"r lack c>is..ut( : Lie n." "uhlIrU and the e> ea.Vulgarity !. 7T: rrr: : :TrrTr: T>

"1 uu-uu tire :t 1'r t ijce you out is certainly commoner I Note the Word Pepsin. i I _. ,_ __. ..
unto ue coturr '1 f-nin, ra:+y I ,be hau- among men than anion:; women, and,. ._ I.I ;
L.H. .., .
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d ti. .,?,n m.'n t. vu1-ar cha fleaaacne Doctor(to wife of patient)-Be bran, t.tt..eeo "
.\1.:' to ee ,1 d MX/UiUU .
p v I.nalgesuonl I madam. It is A K-lvgtUt w r.iv.t i I' -ur. cad
painful to lafcrm
the in high E my duty -
is apt to display quality G U
"bill,. l.l'-:IU-e a buuid-wiuu? girl penectiou The reason why it is rare V Insomnia, Seriousness you that In twenty-four hour quallt) fur wb,, 11 i'."-i. "." ..*-1"
tare.: into her roul to fiirt with me a f ftbew..u.
it ,.. I inr .+
that the emotional your husband will be no more. thew 6'd IIH a.t .11) .
l>it"- among is women is women than On the Spot. The Wife (overwhelmed with grief ] ... a..ttout.. ,....t '. 'et ;
nature stronger
lint tie rest loot in the bumping. among .
was > and thus where men are but at the same time having regal'to ': Mud* vf Mww .M**""t b. .. .wtaf
Tlw tui i.'uu 11..re iiro;'pJ tlieai ou amour ambitious men fond of displaying power No Opittes.IbsolntelJ Harmless. expense-Good gracious! And you i I cover tbrtf ....... 1W n.l nIK ..
that bit of nud. but she made no effort .
..! 3
have prescribed medicine for five dill garnered to ft. f* r lifcft
\VLeu fioy t oi.Khed lute the anxious to carry out designs, desirousof ill BngguU, Kk, !S., u4 M, ,.. 4f'
main rod w.e VMS in sight and jogghisal.'UC : recognition, women are sympathetic. for Sal By at least. ___________ 'I It /wlw.W'' > .** .
tender, affectionate. subtle: they value bain and ,.iM4 W < "r '
at an easy pace She had led A. Little Different. sEtiadertaten :
them K'len or eight miles oat- f their relatives with. others more and Ulan console performances. The City PharmacyLIVE He-So your father asked you what lnelaJ4Lle c.t".rw.It tie. ......' ; r"I'.h ..f
r >nd before the? reaLzed it. E.u-h waswULiUj they encourage yon saw In me to admire) 8he- b. .
because they are Interested in the person OAK FLA. prhf'rYf It Mt 119 C1Jl19; :1I
he asked what I Imagla&l X
; the elite, would out a no; me ,
1 Lint about alixuduahig; the chase when who &desires sympathy more than 41-23-trwi-Yr. aw. I,I mercUlr purl.eL'w. AUI ;
which he nourishes. If
in the aimi
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'A WISE NEGRO WOMAN. things he said, speaking of Cooper, r VISIT THCJWU* *f jH we PUAtust &$ -- /

ijvEOAlDAILY DEMOCRAT Not all the negroes in this country that he had tried I every conceivable. ;_ ,

want social equality with the whites, _way .to. get-him ont orth'e' case but DOWLING

tt 9f't! rUBUSHED EVERY AFTERNOON A not even all of those of'the coTored failed. PAWY {:

EXCEPT SUNDAY. --society set. Up In Columbia "If It hadn't have been for Cooperme :

Mo.a* few days ago there was a meet- and the nigger would be dead 60'ls+l VNI TK I ttli JMtt tr ::

t UIBOiKPUBlISHIIGCOmJT. ing of the grand lodge of United now and these boys would be free : -

Brothers of Friendship and grand He has ruined the whole business." Mineral Springs, Hotel and Cottltli

_.,.__ *f 4So nost-office. Live temple of the Sisters of the same organization "Maybe you can tell. us how to get .

'a.k-FI rld : Second -Class Mail and from a press dispatch rid of him" chimed in: Milton, the HOT AND COLO BATHS UNSURPAMIO.' G3dOU8U, -
) as WATER IN EVERY ROOM. 10WLINQ AUIY9. iltUAtO Tttui ltUi1Ss .
telling of the proceedings we take old man's son, addressing the reporter SKSSJ
flatter, November 7, 1905. PHONE corn!>:cTtons. WELLCQUIPPIOfTAHIt, -""
Ir' the following: "We are shoo tired of him, I tell

,..l "Mrs. K. M. Moore in her address I fou."

ERE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be to the grand temple, declared that And again said the old man: "The RATES REASONABLE ict == t

i. palled to any part of the United there should be a complete separationof I more'x"think about it the more tiredI .. itl __

:! i States postage prepaid, for 95.00 the races along social lines and am of Lawyer Cooper. What I ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL. DOWLING I PARK. I FLORIDA.BEAOTFUL I

, r per year; $2.50 .for six months; urged the negro to build up his own want right now is to get rid of Cooper .\liiw:

. f three months. or do and then let and the .
; $1.25 or social circle. 'I not seek admis- me nigger -- -

. 1::. 50.cents for five weeks, in advance. sion intq the, parlor of any white I'be hung. If they'll do that them

Delivered to any part of the city woman in this country nor do I seekto : boy s'll walk out of here free men." WOMEN

-by carrier for 10 cents per week. have them come into mine. I am I We don't know anything about the ANDSTRONG 1

proud of. the fact that I am a negro,' ethics of the bar in such cases, butit :

.s she said" seems to us that when a client MEN
i Now there is good sense for you, wants to "shake" his lawyer as badlyas coon lore bvantr and v-

1 Member. of, Congress 2nd Congressional. golden good sense, splendid, priceless, Rawlings does and his lawyer re- treneth rtiaa tastani when itself kldn on f Ultra.di.. S _

t District: eternal good sense, and if the viewsof fuses to be "shaken" that legal But do not tietpa.tr. r
I FRANK CLARK of Columbia. Y
';. l this colored woman would be ethics should compel a divorce for DRMcGEE'SBACKACHE _

'r! for Justice of the Supreme Court: frankly and sincerely accepted and the sake of the dignity of the prod AND t y c -

t. CHAS B. PARKHILL.of Escambia. adopted by all of her race it fession, if for no better reason. And KIDNEY CURS 1- '" '"' t 1 (
f It'" work a magic change for the betterin in this case it would be peculiarly win brine you back to ute I 'i i

"- *For Raihoad Commissioner.NEWTON negro circles all through the appropriate, for Cooper has already and taos h pain&UA.In Don't the b otredoolr e It-Uuit t4 ;-It

: A. BUTCH of LevY. South. "co plate .separation of the secured fully as much "rep" out of "..11 r on." ...Unci D.*. iEvonsneas ti
R.'HUDSON BURR. of Dade. heacS..cb-&bey
races along s\ial lines." That is the it as one *'
average county lawyer can all point to kion f cUaw.ee t
I 7 For Member House of Representatives: in ooe oi ate fora. Get wall
JT. DORMAN. wise, existing Status, the manifest or stand up straight under or has any top this tamnla CLUMU w ._
i" W.H.Mrfi TT.\N. dinance of nature; but because thous use for and his further persistencein In time by buying a bottle ot r :a:
tau wontUitul rAdr to* j '
t ands of educated and partly educated the case Is merely making himselfa &/. oro cur lot DIu.nULthmL.LulUb..o ftsswltr'stt
I 1 For Tax Assessor and ( a
I k i A. D. IIF. UaLING.'t negroes are in bitter protest gratuitous obstacle to justice and Bright'; Ill..... At you
I against it, all sorts of trouble result, i the administration of the criminal aruet iI'I-Wo mad il.w a + t,,"'
For Tax Collector totuo.
J. N. I1tEEKSE including a corroding discontent laws of Georgia; for everybody knows

E !P. which frequently finds expression in that the whole blood stained, murderous

I ;) For County Treasurer fearful crimes. No selfrespectingnegro Rawlings gang of vipers ought to LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY
a B. LORD.
: t with modicum of have been
even a refinement hung long ago. We

For Member of School Board: should desire to force himself heartily sympathize with the old sin- --.

: M.A. ADAMS upon company or into social relations ner In his efforts to cut loose from ORDINANCE FIXING FINE LIMITS. ject to III* MM fa It"'''i ,....

B M. CARVER. where he is not wanted, and his rep-seeking lawyer. Ordinance No. 31. hall U tN d+ri> '>' ,**.-* ..... .

j : E. R. WISE that he should desire to do so is excellent An ordinance to establish a fire memWr of tfcc I'IM ,. -_
j f evidence that he has neither Some time ago the Times mentioned limit in the City of Live Oak Florida : fife hit .tJ** I 1 For Member Board County Commissioners: T. A. Jennings of Pensacola as to prescribe the manner of build p.rmlt't" iW M*, .u *
i M. L. 3UBNETT. true self-respect race pride nor re good timber for the next nomination ings, and the material used in buildings i lit ball t* tie .kH. uI .
; i J. C. DAVIS. finement. Southern negroes have to be constructed therein and order welt ark .* r. *=*. .
;, 3. H. GRANT. the fullest opportunity to build up for governor. It was the first men- fixing penalties for the violation Dill the Q.M
W. A. TISON.J. a superior social life of their own, if tion of Mr. Jennings' name in this thereof.Be i mlt ran be wisi4 at C'" ...

J. DEMTSEY. connection, but it has been frequentlysince it ordained by the City Council Council.
they desire it and are capable of it; u --,4 tll'... ..."..,,,_ .... .*. "l._ __. I I-- St.dkm__ n ._ S.-_. ,_.._.._ 'ra..___,_ ... ._..,
repeated in all sections of the YM\4 V .u.J Vi Vi UiC1HI U wv
and the better class of Southern Oak, Florida: i cowed still M.tie1 Mars ,.''1', e.
The Live Oak Daily Democrat has whites will not fail to encourage themin state.-Tampa Times. Section 1.-That the following allow
been enlarged from four to eight that effort; but complete social If our recollection serves right described parts and portion of the within it* .*... .... uS .. "

pages in order to take care of the Miss Jefferson Bell claims the honorof City of Live Oak, Florida are hereby -rtten 4.-Tfc* ...._' .
separation between the whites and
Increased advertisingpatronage accorded having first brought Mr. Jenningsto established and declared to be the 'any pertea. ,?r>- M. Aver .
that negroes is indispensable to peace and loire Limits of the City of Lice Oak, tlon shall 4.**N t M t*iHf '..1
excellent'paper.. Editor the attention of the
order and decency and uncorruptedracial public Florida, to-wit: or valor gt or rilr ..< t...
Sherwood promises other improve- evolution. We are glad to reproduce as excellent timber for governor and Commencing at the Intersection of structure *HW. tfc* trod tbrture

ments at an early date among them the sensible words of if she insists on he"'r prior claim, we Conner Street with Suwannee Street, cemla.+lrelc t nfcstructure. < 'e

the, full service ,of the Publishers'' this must concede it, not merely from con- thence running South along Suwannee iMf (toil Mbe. .. .
Press.-St. Augustine Record. sensible self-respecting colored woman siderations of to Street eighty-five (SS) feet, and fK4fl*lh.e .! ia. *."
gallantry the
in Missouri and hope that her sex thence West through the home placeof Kir* CooMtetttw .f Jfc. M.4
dews may become general with her but as a matter -Justice.. It may be C. J. McGehee to a point on the approval .C **4 It..a ;1.

The Madison_ New Enterprise has i race throughout the South. Nothing of considerable importance in the future Church Street, eighty-five (85) feet which Mid Cui'"> .
discovered an excellent way to secure ''is to have this question settled south of Conner Street, thence South pro of Ad ..... *!= -* > .
the surer than that the Southern along Church Street to Wllber lions, ftfeall U... M tMti K -
full fruits .of the recent prohibition right and'now: Is. the time to do it. Street, I'
.' white people will never abate their thence East along Wilber Street to war firm or twrpwan..., -
victory in that county and effectually own convictions on this subject, for For obvious reasons Miss Jefferson Pine Street, thence South along line *rMI&, It MM* r...a a i. shut out "blind tigers" right will not claimto Street I lion are BO .. .
the' highest and strongest of all have been "the original to Parshley Street, thence East a..o. ( -
from the start and the lawabidingple motives-the instinct Jennings man," but if she will along Parshley Street to Ohio :;i Commit, HMMI MC'L1i".i1.> .
racial .
up there should take right self- say the word, the Pemocrat will Avenue, thence North along Ohio tructar rtall cwt ... attutt t t
preservation--compels them to this Avenue to point on the }; viilnL how Iff.,. (MlIwrtona. rr+ it
old of the all""rn
suggestion, for it can not attitude and if the negroes accept espouse her cause without hesitationas boundry of Ohio Avenue directly oj>-1 I firm *r .nr- tar'.., .
fall to do the work if it ia vigorously the first of either in they feel HMHt.ihn
the inevitable and .work out their sex Floridato poslte the Southern boundry of WII-I, a si >- t
-applied. Here it is: own social evolution discover in the stalwart son of ber Street thence East through the [ the d *loa e( tW M 4 .'1 '

"If every man in the county who lines along parallel West Florida, the potentialities and home place of the estate of N. JI. mitten, mar timial M IB* i i .'
thereby avoiding all friction Parshley to a point ell for tuefa tttlMtag HK.+' :
cast a "dry" ballot last opposite a point
Thursday will the two races may live contentedly availabilities of a future governor. on Conner Street twenty (20) feet on uch ........ tai la. t'n. .d"a:

constitute himself a committee of onto e together in the South, helpful to Now who could turn east of eastern boundry line of the the City Otttwil M> frucb ." .
keep a lookout and promptly report each other in a compliment, property owned by Hobbins & Mc pratlt.
the discovery when made we many ways and exor- a high-class compliment that : Gehee thence North to a point on Section S, Ttsa aa, i--. ...

.will undertake to guarantee that the tiring forever the spectre of a general "reaches the spot," with more grace HaYnes Street to a point opposite a violate or au...... .w Uutl. I.J.

"blind tiger" variety of booze race war. and force than Editor Appleyard, of point twenty (20) feet east of the the provl;i M .C tku I".j .trri -
shop the Lake Eastern boundry line of the property hall, upon e Hi,le.U. tht-' fM
will never become known in Madison i City Index, does in the following i owned fore the Matw
Uncle Ben Tillman got a jolt that by Robbins & McGehee on of and < tw
county." jarred him which we hereby challenge I. Conner Street, thence West along punlshrd by a HM to tu rat .4"
right to the center of his I any paper in Florida to beat?: Haynes Street to Halmlton Street, hundred dattof lM. It. tAr ',

Mr. Roosevelt has on several oc marrow bones in the South Carolina "The Live Oak Democrat has thence North along Hamilton Street prlsonmefit la tlM C1i> I,D--- !... b

casions hypnotized the American election last Tuesday, and he deserved changed the form of its paper (the to Duval Street thence West along period not tMwdiM i 11,... .......
it. His interference with state daily) to Duval Street, to a point one hundred Section '.-TW K...*>..*.. siM
people, but doubt an 8-page, 5-column-"a
we if he Ordinance
can lay vial! l .
issues and attempt to dictate (100) feet west of Ohio Ave.. thence a0. ) 11 I. trsi,
them all under his spell in his daring candidates state quarto, to use a technical term, and. South to Hayne Street, thence West occupant, rtmtrartor' or ..Uf" "f .s 11t9
,assault on the orthography of the was the gratuitous 1 promises to make a better one."Stop along Hayne Street to tne main line i I any rueD Hilltl l.c of ain,. < 'if'

nation. This little joke of ours is solence of a domineering ,"boss," right there, Bre'r Democrat," of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway, skctlon l.--n. or..fe.... r...

strictly original' and but his bossism didn't work and as as the old darkey said about the "per- thence Northwest along the main line go Into effect I.M .+lteiri,> m ..
perhaps we a result he finds his candidates d wishuns of said Atlantic Coast Line Railway passage by the Cttjr I'WIIHIproval I : "'lI tt...
should copyright it but in de bill; you Just can't by
we won't, feated to Duval Street thence West the My.
the along
., and it is hereby: freely released for old primaries and his Infamous do it. It's good enough already." Duval and Third Streets to the railway 1'awtnl by IB* City C.*a.'i. at .*.

general publication. Its delicate drunkard-breeding dispensary track known as the "Y", thence 17th day of Ail; *t. A. U legs I

-, humor lies in the felicitous system condemned and r elye extend congratulations to our Southwest along the railroad track CIIAS H. ftiloviN.
pudiated. Now let Mr. Tillman stickto excellent known as the "Y" to Church Street Atteit: l'rHloMet., t'1ty ',..**
of the word "spell," which the contemporary the Madison 8. P.
tuence South MAYS
City ci.
his along rk
senatorial duties, for whi Church Street to 1
discriminating reader will observe the Enterprise on its fifth anniversary Connor Street, thence East _,
has a double meaning, which makes him, learn that 1 to which it calls, attention in Conner Street to Suwannee Street I, S. P. >iay_. City rirr., ..? 'tte -'.
i It highly available for humorouspurposes humility is a sovereign virtue and its last issue in the following modest and point of beginning. City of Live Oak, rtvrtiia. 4.. > ff

in the connection in whichwe save his powder for cite enemies of but impressive way: Section 2.-That no person per certify that the atov* sad ski
use It. the Democratic party in Washington.RlWLlXiS "With this sons, firm or corporation shall be allowed Ordinance No. SI WM rgnar'! t-M* '
With Issue
explanation, New Enterprise or permitted ed by the *
to build, con CIt) Cottftdl o. ",. **
I the Joke ought to "catch on" and AXI completes its fifth year of ex struct erect enlarge or repair any day ol Augu, A. D. !tH i+... ttM

ultimately get into the plate matter.As It is HIS LAWYER. istence. We may be pardoned for building or structure within the said same U hereby c.rtUM to < b. liari.e
doubtful if criminal fire limits as for hli
annals in saying that during the five full described in Section approval.
one of the good this or any other country shows such of our labors years One (1) of this Ordinance whereof l1'itness my haw a4 '-. _, ,,
results of the we are prouder of our cue main material said
curious including City this
relations the roof 17ltt
existing between eN) of .1"gwb
recent Texas primary the Honorable murderer a work in the campaign just victoriously la of woo<1. or other combustible a1 a-.1.D. UU

Samuel Bronson Cooper will go back tween and his lawyer as those be- ended than anything else terial; but that all buildings or structures S. P. MAYS. CH> t' .

1i .to Congress from the Beaumont dist old man, Rawlings, up in Valdosta which we, as a county paper, have hereafter builded or constructed (Seal)

rict. Mr. Cooper served with Jail and Lawn Cooper who aided in carrying to a within the said fire limits shall be Examine.) and ar*,.4 >.. .tt11
t distinguished successful end mainly of >
has been b ick, stone the 17th ..
ability In that so successful in saving his in the other rock or some day of Arise .\ i iM I' ...
body for county.
1 r i:: quite neck thus far. Under material not of a combustible K BM w ,\H
a number of years until his sentence of nature. lrovidetl, That Ma
constituents death, any person >or City of t.urDon't "d' ria.
suffering from mental aberration one would suppose that the ttriglit lilts of Fun. persons, firm or corporation owning --- .
:k i i: for the time being, old man would be chiefly concerned Cabby: "I 'ad beard or occupying any wooden or other
unwisely laid like
yours building '
I. either for the now within the Hare Your
destiny of his said Fire Cart
It him off two years ago and put on in getting soul or once; but when I found what it mademe Limits may repair the same by first

I, a "sub" for him. But Samuel BronI skill of his a new trial through the look like I got It cut off" Bus- submitting to the Fire Committee of Work Butchered

son. .has'come into his own again and trary his lawyer, but on the con sy: "An' I 'ad a face like jours said City the plans or nature of the .

got his "cases" back and he now announces very heart's desire seems once; an' when I found I couldn'tcut repairs desired to be made and '
to be to get rid of his lawyer and be obtaining from said Fire Committee At the Sill!
through the Associated Press hung on schedule it off. I grew a beard." their approval of such repairs .
time. an des
t that he will be a candidate for Speaker But Cooper A man approached a stand permit authorizing the
clings to upon same 110vldwl.
r; ot the House at the next sessiThere's oa, him like the Old Man of which some That the Fire Committee Is -
the not I
Sea and is determined hereby authorized Q m 1M I1rn
; good Umber in him for that Rawlings' neck, if not his soul to save fowls were offered for sale. "What to any building or to structure allow repairs [ r Clrl ,.

tjo for, like Henry Clay, he has "the spite of that old sinner's in will you sell them for" he asked of such repairs would be worth where _

: wisdom to plan and the genius to vigorous a shrewd gray-bearded farmer. than the building or more I Build them
1 structure
; protest that he is sick of Cooper to desired under a t .a"' .
paciflcate;" bit before we cook this his and sell them for profits" answered be repaired. Provided further tee.
legal tricks that Have .
and wants to be individual. that should the Fire Built Hunan 5 & 4
rabbit would be well enough to "Is that so'" Committee *
hung and answered
go to hell.and be any time give a Del am
done with the permit to elf Building more ever A .
catch It-we must first elect a Pern- It. in feigned surprise build construct i
Rawlings For
'interviewed repair Best
In jail or enlarge' Pncea W rte:
_ l"I'm glad to know'they are proph eta. any building within the said
3 ', ..... i ..... U.y then ,:,Ltoo 1 $ tpgtor. JaWarchs.". Limits" and any member of the City W. M. ADKim l '
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I THEY COME THEY 60 Sirs.tAr ankins'ef over th e J. Bloxham Gardner, who has been

Seaboard for Tallapassee tgwisit: her a visitor to Dowllng Park, returned .

niece Mrs. D. R. Cos home this morning.

%1 Some You Know, And Some You The Dally Democrat's subscription Noteheads, letterheads envelopes'" COMING TO LIVE OAK

Don't Know. list Is growingeverY dar and covers statements, billheads, typewriter 1

I Live Oak and 'Suwannee count1' \ paper, cards. notes, receipts, etc,

an advertising medium It Is hard to printed to your order and satisfaction Return of the Favorites.

Bias of a Day in lie. Oik beat and rates are very reasonable. guaranteed or money refunded

at the Democrat office. .

Meals, 25c, at the City Restaurantthe -
See J. C. Lyle for Incandescent For One
high grade Week
| lights. 294tlr only white restaurant in the Miss Zee Gresham came up from Commencing -

city. Wellborn today and will be the guest

of airs C. N. Hildreth, Jr.
) R. P. Hopkins,superintendent The delegates from Suwannee Monday, Sept. 3.,

k A the Lire Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad
county who attended the Georgia Celebrated $3.50 "Bostonlan"shoes .

U Improving we are glad to Florida Sea Island Cotton Grower I will go at $3.00 per pair for The C. W. Park Dramatic Co.

so**. He hat been quite sick at his Convention at'aldosta., returned the next few days. H. A. Black
koine the past few daysstu..IU4'uL.11'bat .
home today. They report a good attendance burn. 9-1

at the convention and are Presenting in their own canvas theatre which Is

h it? high in their praise of the good work i ,M r. J, M, Wilhelm, one of the proprietors waterproof and lighted with electricity, the best

done. Those In attendance were: of the El Nacional
C.j Cigar Co., before
the Mttto Child of Mr. and Mrs plays the American All New York
H. Brown J. M. Brown, W. D. What- of Tampa is in the city selling "FamaNacional" people !

;ribalD was quite Ic& for a while ley Live Oak; Mr. Hogan and R.. J 1. cigars. The cigar thatmade successes "Northern Lights, ? "At Cripple Creek,"

|hU. morning from the effects of a Carver Wellborn. Tampa famous. The Runaway:Match," Wedded and Parted," "Why
.. -
of iodine given l>v mistake. The Women Sin "Tennessee "
Partner "Under Two
lid U U-tter BOW and will recover.ba DeWitfs Kidney and Bladder Pills You know ,
what you are givingyour Flags, Dora Thorne, and many others.
act on ,the liver as well. Speciallygood ] baby when you use Cascasweet.
bjr day people realize the im for the treatment of Backacheand The .
ingredients are on every bottle. The Latest Moving Pictures Between
the Acts
caring for their dig ee- Rheumatism. Sold by City Phar Contains no opiates. For loss ofsleep.
.an; realise the need of the use of
macroCo A vegetable corrective for the III

rrttthe Htl com-cttve like Kodol after For overeating Dyspep- the!. Lee new Humphreys postoffice building who is ever havIng -- bowels. Sold by City Pharmacy.Dr. Matinee Saturday fllternoon at 3 O'GIOIik.People's !(.

It dijptti what you 'eat, Sol ed, says he ,will have the walls com- J. E. Pennington. Wellborn Popular Prices

City Pharmacy. pleted In, a week 'and"the building physician: and an all around good fe 1CHILDREN, 25c.

ready to be,occupied by October 1st. low, is a visitor to the city today. ADULTS 35c. !
: Mr. C. C Cook will return tonighta When completed, it will certainly .bean RESERVED SEATS 15c. EXTRA.

> HeBdr oD, ::. C.. where she ornament to the city. The next meeting of the Georgiaj } Location of Tent, same as before, Opposite Union j
I> trees '&ding the past two week Depot.
I j I Florida Sea Island Cotton Conventionn
rr: pleasantly
Suwannee Bakery hag opened in be held In Lake City. The date

the C. T. McDaniel store, opposite;J; to be decided upon later. .
[Bub: rrlt* fur the Dally D mocrat the court house. Fresh cakes and

|4 keep ported on current event bread dally--Suwannee s I .
Bakery. Guess at So-Ki-Col.
[out fast growing town. 1 !
11 11ZT. S TRONGAgain
Contractor Dixon is pushing'the T. J. Appleyard, editor of the Lake
1v F Waidlu. ,ho travels for a work rapidly on the new Florida LiveStock City Index has been made associate 1''sit I Ir

r-ua drug firm left the city yes- & Vehicle Company building editor of the Southern Cotton Journal ;- \
day on a several weeks' .
and says he will have it ready for :., of Atlanta Go., and will have '

.U4rtD'' Colonial occupancy by October 15th. It w ill '|', charge of the Sea Island department I ? U) U whit blew lacy
s be two stories high and 666 by 106 of that journal. t i I 1 .r Sto"Ihl Tahoa,01.

it for school wear SOc, 75c an2t: feet in the clear and is built of lime- Mid &fUrKodo1 Wig
Of neb at The Boa Ton. brick to
made by a Live Oak concern. We carry a large stock of fine br DJ"pcpa

visiting cards, and print them L Hua4r4
If ftbd Mr*. C. T. Analey, of HE ldNew dr/ss neatlyat
ready made skirts at any style desired at the Democrat of otherwt
are here visiting Mrs. Ansleyi Miss M. V. Edwards. Handsomest I t I office. womtn are

i!., Mr and Mr*. n' B1a k- line in Live Oak. 294t'Col. I II 1 I being re.
rn. I I ,
I j i Mr. Pyser, of the Southern Print cae> ttcrtd to ptrfact

ii ttrl lights of H. E. Carter returned today :I ers' Supply Co., Washington, D. C., NO LIGHT SO RARE 'II health by thitrtatdy. -
all kinds
and from Meridian :Miss.. where he has and Mr. Peckham, of th, eKeystone YOU mar be
t.; Quality can be had from J. C. I been for some time visiting relatives Type; Foundry, Philadelphia' are In Nor yet as soft and brilliant as wen II you will tabs

29lttr and friends. I|r the city and favored the Democrat the electric light. Maybe you !t.

j with a pleasant visit this afternoon grant that, but are dubious as to Indigestion auH!
and Mrs Fred Bremen went to So-m-Col-\\lmt is it? I i I cost. If you are the least bit interested nearly all the ikk

City, last night.
While there ,, I I ness that ,,
Our students are all accepting in electric illumination a
Urrturr will be initiated in thettfoUnt ppsl- bare. It
LOST deprive the of
-Between Live system ftttiriah
Oak and lions, new ones wanted at once : to
and Protective Order ol about appliances, fixtures. ment and the delicate
i pocketbook containing take their pia ,es Southern Busi-- organs peculiar t)
about $65 and several checks. Liberal ness College. wiring-anything about "every women suffer- trcaktn. u4 "?

reward will be paid for return of :j I thing electrical." We are well

Mini.1a at *sviu and 10 at cents MUi per M.yard.V.' Ed-! pocketbook: and contents to the D m-l I I Sir: and Mrs. C. T. McDaniel and posted and our information is at diseased.Kodol

ocrat office J I children, who have been occupyinga your disposal--see us if you mac .

[Mi Is couple night atthe I'I cottage very pleasantly at Dowling business.
and torDon't drag along with a dull bilF for the past two weeks, returned i j For Dyspepsiaenables
my iaddy who can pushhould
lious, heavy feeling. You
need to the
a city this morning.
r. get hU lassie and go.ANTKl I pal}. Use DeWitfs Little Early ..isOriginal laxative cough syrupennedy's J. C. L VLE.LIVE the stomach! and digestive organ,
i 1 era, the famous little digest and as imilate allot the whole*
pills. Do not K Laxative and Tar
( >>Position by a young Honey some food that may be eaten. It nourishes
sicken or gripe, but results No
sure. opiates. Sold by City Pharmacy.R. .
fr4aate of Philadelphia High Sold by City Pharmacy. OAK, fLORIDA. the body and rebuilds the "weak organs,

d. AddrrMp.." care of this I I restoring health and strength. Kodol
E. II od gewho formerly resided relieves
tfC H. A, Blackburn, one of Live Oak's: in this city, but is now with the BARaINEDWARD& sour indigestion.corttipion.dysp.pais.
and allstoma.ch
Crawley reliable merchants will leave today :|I I Jones-Shaylor Dry Goods Company, disorders.

one of Suwannee for New York. Enroute he will stop ,,; of Jacksonville, is here. Mr. Hodges '
|t ra tot rltlxvnj, U In the I S
lag after builnen city in Tennessee where he will attend a has a host of friends here who will Digests What You Eat

matters family reunion. Mr. Blackburn goes : Ito glad to greet him. --

1 }e line of leer In the delicate New goods.York to' buy his fall and winter I I Some new views of Suwannee 38 acres in SouthEast I t..t Ktli.vti lou itoBtch g.led/uds.., 'te, b.i. Q'. | rl.l mut 4C..,C*>.l rsc.<.t.t l1..11.viu 4/ |ICity

t for
fall hat Just arrived at
toe Ton i River, the best yet, are among the
2t Miss M. V. Edwards has just remammoth collection of post cards on Live Oak-ly- Pharmacy.

ceived a beautiful line of silks sale at the _
j And she City Pharmacy.
C McUank'l Burton Mcar will offer this week to her customers I' ing East of Ohio PROFESSIONAL CARDS.L. .
1 regUtered at the Ethel. at bargain prices. 29-U !!! W. K. Collins is dangerously ill _

1j tG at tic home about two miles from Avenue. E.ROBERSON. A. SMALL...
j T b .
\ Democrat officeIty
Willie Gray, who has been attendIng : I town POBERSON& SMALL,
Pharmacy, toy monkey.r ; the Business College here for This is a desirable- v
} .. t."Smith
i ird for return to the Demo- the past month left for his home in I i & Stoughton'
I j J5.00 shoe
Madison todaHe will return in at $4.00 next ten days. No better tract for subdivision |! ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LAV.Will .

j a week to take up work in the Business ,, value In any $6.00 shoe. H. A.
.1 Mcflmurray. a clever travel- College again. : Blackburn. 9-1 to the City o L P do general practice in Stat and
a -lth headquarters at Ocala I, Courts.

.. .ft f*rrday. a gnest of Miss i a Live Oak. Within 1
I "tiiinbothim Something newT So-RH'ol. I S. A. Stansell, clever salesman ROOJU 1 AND 3 [Ur-STAIMj. L WIM iivtt.ntaC.
. who U visiting I!!
and a good/citizen, has resigned his 'PHONE No.190.
V Wa.dln.W five minutes walkof LIVE OAK
.. F. Ion Robertson and wife left position )Viith J. B. Evans, and will : : FLORIDA.

this morning for a visit tolrs. '.. move Wellborn today where he .
t ti..lu t'ut' Court House. C.S. Bftowrf
Robertson's parents at Brooks rills. has ccepted a position with Hackney F.Eo TBOIIU6ll

AUtoft, superintendent of thee They will be away several days. & ,o., who are opening up a big ge nLots 150 yards BRO\VN & THOMASON,
eral store at Wellborn.
latl.'r, returned to the Misses Mollie Mosley and Louise I
ught after an absence of from this proposition i PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS '
Creech of
tlyL Madison arrived in the, Dr. J. T. Hackney of Wellborn, ,

city from Jacksonville and will spen one of Suwannee county's prominent LIVE OAK. ; j r FLORIDA.

several days at the home of Co l. business men was in the city }-esterda are selling today -
TCTal four and six- ,
"* >-. Apply at this Om9.Coa E. Broome. 7 j }:, at $1,000. L. M. DIXON,

o Ten thousand yards of calIc o/ all It's "King Cotton" again.
the Florida Live shades and colors suitable'for/oung' --- DENTIST.
Vrakle Company, returned Very little cotton has been marketed .
and old. going at 5 cents per yard,
|tlata. today, where he purThe Ladies' Emporium. / 2t here so far this season, but the $6,500for ORTODONTU, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGEWORK

aota r ear-load of mules.iTato& .! prospects are that commencing next, : SPECIALTIES.TUT .
week cotton bu'ersn lbe
kept busy
Mr. Helvenston of th 1 Brothers about that Cotton in small quantities has been
& Helvenston/Is here attending -
t iMttraaav They have Just to business. I coming in for past week, but rain the 38 acres. E. BROOMS,

i are looVfog for and it costs has interfered to some extent with lvl.

.'* per thousand Why does picking, and has prevented mark et-
d per annum. the sun burn? Why ATTORNEY
does a mosauito stl gVhy do we Ing. Real Estate and Investments { ,
(, Out i of a Wreck feel LIVE OAK. ; FLORIDA ,
at O'Brien. unhappy in the Good Old Summer FOR SALE-Or will exchange for

|ltle Coast Line passenger Time?' Answer: we don We stock'cattle a fine thoroughbred Jer-

.t. lir" ,Lab ctt" to .Forl non DeWitt's Witch Hazel a14o Cal

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GALVESTOJTS SEA WALL MejnpjS.?' returning September .S .. .va/vi/va/vi/vi/vi' ii':.tar. -:

{ ,makes life now as safe in that city I 20th, 1906. SIJ > .
Dallas, Texas, and return.
E. W. $32.20-
as Goodloe on the, who higher resides uplands.on Dutton St.. Tickets sold October 6th and V/I : .

In "Waco Tex., needs no sea wall 7th. Final return limit 21 y, Quality .
days from date of sale; /
for safety; He writes: "I have ,J
I for $32.80-Buffalo, S. Y., and return. '\
used Dr. King's New !
Consumption the past five years and Tickets llth and sold 12th.October" Final return 10th'J(I .

It keeps me well and safe. Before WI"IN. .
that time I. had a cough which for limit 19th,, 1906.leaving Buffalo October '2 I 's S THE .. !
years had been growing \ "
It's gone." Cures chronic Coughs, $19.60 "New Orleans La., and re- 111, .
turn. Tickets on sale OctI 7
LaGrippe. Croup, Whooping
t ober 12th to 15th, inclusive. "
4 and prevents Pneumonia. Pleas- Final return limit October 30, .:1
to take. Every bottle guaranteedat vs. WAY
p ticket
1906. By depositing
,all drug stores. Price 50c.. and
Orleans o f
$1.00. Trial bottle free. with Special Agent, New .J .
and paying fee of 50c, ,
s an extension of return limit "
The Sachem of Pokanokct. .
The sachem of Pokanoket; known in can be secured until November 1 '

the history of New England as King 30, 1906. ..
Philip was the youngest son of Chief $17,65-Memphis, Tenn., and return. .J
MassasolL Ills Indian name was Po- Tickets sold October 15th, ,"- NOW HAVE ON EXHIBITIi ..

metacom. but his father'Wag friendly 16th, 17th and 18th, Final .] W .
to the English colonists who gave him return limit October 30th. By .
the name of Philip. HIs warfare upon show windows '
depositing ticket with Special In our .
the setters some fifty years after the i
first landing of the pilgrims at Plymouth I I Agent, Memphis, and paying .
rock harassed them greatly, but fee of 50 cents, an extension
I .
Philip was at last killed at New Hope i I of return limit can be secured ., .
and the war thus ended. The title of until November 30, 1906. ,

I king corresponded name than the better Indian with his title English of- $46.05-Tickets Chicago on, Illinois sale daily and to return.Sep- ...n 1 PAIR HANDPAINTD[ DRESDEN[ ) VASES

) Sachem would have daue. ...
tember 30th. Final return
limit October 31, 1906. .]1
Danish EDKU.h.The
following advertisement Is froma $38.40-Hot Springs, Ark., and re- I" .
Danish paper: 'The hotels charmingly turn. Tickets sold daily. ,
situation surrounded of a nice gardenthe Final return limit 90 days I 1 CHOCOLATE ar IN CASE :
good cuisine, the kindly accommodation from date of sale. "
with moderate charge and good Daily to September 30th, round e n
with occasion for
conveyances easy trip summer tourist tickets will be
salmon and trout fishing. the aecend-
on sale to various resorts. Full In-
log of the surrounding mountains has
done this place well known and praised formation, schedules, time tables PUNCH
of all travelers. N. B.-The Landlord etc., will be furnished promptly, on 1 "ANO-PAINUO BOWl
la spoken English very good." application to
,The Siege of Lisbon.t Fla. ....ss. Agent, L..& X. IS. K.,
When Lisbon was besieged by the Xo. UK w, Kay St.,

Spanish Portuguese In. the as fifteenth were captured century were such JACKSONVILLE, FLA.XOTICE goods are the finest importalJ _

maimed. Their eyes were put out. These .
their noses lips or ears were cut off OF ELECTION.
their finger nails or fingers amputated, China obtainable and will be gi

and in this miserable plight they were To the Sheriff of Suwannee County,

sent back Into that the when city it was with taken the announcement all Of the State of :Florida: j| away free of charge to the person or

the defenders would be similarly treat
ed. I Be it Known, That I, H. CLAY 1 sons holding the lucky numbers.

..- CRAWFORD, Secretary of State of
Retried the King :
x Henry VIII. had six wives. The the State of Florida, do hereby give j
most extraordinary ambition was displayed notice that a
s by the fair sex In general to General Electionwill
obtain the dangerous distinction of being -
1 his queen. One Instance alone is be held in Suwannee County, I BEGINNING SEPT. _:
I quoted of his meeting with a refusal State of Florida, on Tuesday next ,
j and that was on the part of a witty
succeeding the first Monday in November -
Duchess of Milan who replied to his
f' offer that she unfortunately had but A. D., 1906, the said Tues-

one head and could not afford to lose day being the and continuing until Dec. 24, we will
i It. Sixth Day of November i

lii. f Real Mortlfrln I I For Congressional One Representative District of of the Floridain Second (i with each CASH PURCHASE of 25ft .;

"George kissed me last night" she I I .
the Sixtieth Congress of the
said, "and I'm so mortified that I .
hardly know what to do." United States. one coupon ticket which will
do before For Two Railroad Commissioners for
i. "Why you regard kissing
you are engaged as a disgrace the State of Florida. '
; entitle the holder
it "No. but In my surprise I forgot to ..I Two Justices of the Supreme Court 1 to a
make a pretense of fighting him off for of the State of Florida.

:'t''t'I a while.. "-,Chicago--Record-Herald.-- For Two Members of the Housa of chance on these

." Representatives of the State ot
i ih'i The Wordlee.
l "Nice" Is one of the exceptional Florida. beautiful
words which have risen on the scale For County Assessor of Taxes.
and improved with age. It is from the For Tax Collector. :i1
rt ". Latin "nescius" and originally signified For County Treasurer.For prizes.
ignorant To Chaucer it regularly Five County Commissioners.
'_.. meant foolish "wise and nothing I For Three Members of the TnnntvBoard (. < f
nice." In Spenser's time it still meant .
of Public Instruction.For
effeminate. From general foolishness ViHig
Justice of the Peace in and for
i there was probably first a specialization -
to foolish fussiness about trifles. the following Justice Districts, >
Then the idea of ignorance droppedout Viz: No. 3, No. 4, No. a, No. 6, No.r A S TO WHAT THE LUCKY N.
and the word meant particular 7, No. S, No. 10, No. -110.. 12,
about details:, accurate. It was credit Xo. 13, Xo. 14, Xo. 15, Xo. 16 and iJ "
able to be a "nice" observer or to 10. 17. hers areve do not know and will not k
show "nice" Judgment. And so In the For Constable in and for the following -

i i.I "' of cud tod the y/was positively evolved.agreeable meaning Justice Districts ....z: No. 1. No. iJ til the 24th. day of December \vhenVC wt
2. No. 3. No. 4, No. 5. No. 6, No. 7, e.\i
No. S, No. 10, No. 11, No. 1:, No. !
LOW 1lOt SI) TRIP RATKS a telegram from the house
13, No. 14, No. 15, No. 16 and I. frolnVhOn1 we
,11. No. 17. ,,71InTestlmony
LOUISVILLE: & & NASHVILLE H. It. Whereof I have here \ these goods, telling us what the three lucky n
The Louisville & Nashville Rail- unto set m\ hand and affixed the i '
road will sell round-trip tickets from great Seal of tfce State of Florida, I 71, are. This telegramvill then be
Jacksonville to points shown on dates at Tallahassee, the Capital this I placed in our
indicated. Proportionately low rates tie first day of September A. D. i
from other points: 1906. I t so that every one may see just what numbj

$17.J.-Inlllhis. Tf mi., and ivturn. (L.S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD, '" ,

Tickets on sale September 9th Secretary of State .iTo the prizes. '

to 12th, inclusive. Final re- J. H. Rickerson, Sheriff of Su- I ,
turn limit good to leave wannee County. J i 11r '

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wisdt jab Th, Bread" Cake, Pies Etc. ,7J I 1 r h Grade Grocers ,

paciflcat&. Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a r f

'. rabbit. wou} Specialty. Mays Bros, Broome Turbeville, FREE DELIVERY s

, Wcatch, Ity-,,emus Surrency .s Powers and G. W. Townsend handle, '/1

: .'l' nr h,... and no others.

;s._, _-Jill, :" "' :"\11\ifI........ '___ _,___- ., 4, Phone 2 6,


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WI- e -__ __.._.'laT. .

Major Hamm editor and manager of SOUTHERN AIL WAY.

I II the.Constitutionalist, Eminence Ky., '

I, IDLE MONEY I when he was fiercely attacked, four ;
; years ago by Piles bought a box of ,_ I iSchedui

: Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, of which,, he

I says: "it cured me In ten days and ESecdre 1'Icmmber"1M.

Money often lies idle I II I no trouble since." Quickest healerof '

Burns, Sores Cuts and Wounds.25c No.34Na30I: TwoTrainaEaat I Na13, NORTH AND_BIt

awaiting opportunities for at Barclay & Groover Drug Store. U 905a 40a 10 7 40p'Lv LT..Jicltaonvilla.-Ar, __.J srap......Ar 18 TSpAr.lutaa.vipa3Rl SOpLv.JPo'! Ga.3. 1l.A.t Ay
1 SOp 12 150L-SavUl&h'M.AE';; Z IiOa'LY Macon Ci..L a.Lv
6S5p 8 00a Ar..Columbia.-LY 1Oa'Ar.At.lanca.G&.1.' b.LtP
I SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE.New 1006P 9 S6aAr..Charlotte| :Lv T :IOI.IAr.RoiM.C&.s'a.f.y
but these
investment; op- 12 56a 12 SlptAr.n.GreensbaroUr: g 25aAr'D.1to11Ga.S.! R.tx
206. 2 lOplAr..Iknvile..Lv 9 ty'Ar.Cha4ala T'd. Rr.Lv
Instructors Will Be On Hand 65Sa Alp Ar..Richmond.Lv I Sop Ar.L.zingti.KU.&CLtP
portunities do not come For Fall Term ,417&\',4 Wo Ar..LynehbUrJ..Lv T tOp!Ar.CIDc'aatiOQ A c:.Lv:
6 02a 610p Ar.CharIutteavtite Lv 8 40p Lv.Clac'tuttd.OBtg.4.M .
9.sa 9 MolAr., .Washington..Lr T l0s,
Prof. Vigus, who has been principal 11 39a U SSpiAr., ...Baltimore- M.Chiesgo. Ui'B4-Ev
every week month or even of the 1 4Si4 | Phila...LT 8 35p Lv.Cine'Yt-Pa. U".Ax
Southern Business College 4 ISpl 235aIAr..w.... ... -1-T lOaIAr.Chical'OJ'L 18 u..._Lv
here for the past has -- 45p'L..C1nc..t'IC.H.&D u
i year resignedand
In the meantime this Noa.34'and St-"New York and Florid EaT .IAL.Chea OfIlWeteL
year. in company with Mrs. Vigus, left press,"Daily PnHman Drawing Room Sleeping 6 4Sp .Cia'IIIU G H k D.Ar
:yesterday for Indiana where he.has Car.Port Tampa and Jacksonville to New York. 5 20a:Ar.Taleda G H.II DtLw
NOB. 30"Washington and Florida 'Z5aAr: Detroit,Mich.r.Ii.Lv
should be earning I been tendered a position in a col- Limited." Dally Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping -I ----
money 30p ClluatLBlcFou.u
I Car,Jacksonville to New York. Dining Car. ILv
6 45aAr'C1ve L'
something; and it can if lege.Prof.. L. M. Hatton president of No.301 TII OUGHLJ.NDOPTIlESItY.&SOpIL.8 lOpiLvr.illa..i3... S_"B.Lv Rp.Ar

the college has taken charge and 7 55p _>.. Jacksonraie. __. .*Ar Iga Af.St. lmta-..3. Rev
it in this bank 12 15a LT_.Savannah Ga._Ar 10 Oa.Aaeiaioa A&Rr-Lv
you place for some time, will look after it in 6 OOa Ar..........Columbia. S. C-.__LvISOpAr 12 OlalAr-BinntantA ARj Lv
person. New instructors are expect. _..AshvUle, N. C.Lv 6 KpiAr-Memphia. ...Lv
2 37p Ar......lI.ot SpnnfiS.! N. C._.Lr 9 40a Ar.K.naacity1nae.Lv.
ed tomorrow, and will be ready toI 6 OOp Ar......... Kno v le,Tenn.Lv 3oplLvMemphia
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 8 50a Ar..LouisvUle Ky..M......Lv 8 9 2OaIAr..HotSprilArt..L.' Ttam. .AI.
take their
positions in the
college at 6 lip Ar..St. Louis. Mo.-_.LT
the beginning of the fall 8 15a Br_.......Cincinnatt O..........Lv
LIVE OAK FLA. term, on No. :30.-Daly PuBnuui Dr....f Earn Id.I
I Sleeping Car Bet,....,.
Monday next. The new instructors !
are the best that ALL TRAINS. I uAshvina
very can be secured I ..,
in this country, and with Prof. Hat-
C, H, BROWN, President C. A. HARDEE, Vice-Pres. ton here in No.13-Florida Limited-Daily Solid Vestibule Train, Through day eowkM Ina NmM Cnq.
I). !E. HORN, Cashier. W. J. HILLMAN, person, the prospects for ing Car3J ckaonvffle to Atlanta Chat nwp and Cincinnati Ak Pulimaa Kwpta CM awls?
the college were never brighter. The to Colorado Springs,CoL via Birmingham Memphis Kanau City.

attendance will be increased by a w
JAMES FREEMAN. District Passenger Agent.108 W.Bay St..Jacb.Y. P.
number of new students and with S. HT HARDWICK.P.T.M W. H.TAYLOR a P.A. BROOKS KO&taK.A.G.P,4

studies added and new methods, and 4Live

FLORIDA RAILWAY.SCHEDULE. the: best instructors to be had the

Southern Business College is in position -

to establish and maintain the Oak J\J'f'g. Co.
reputation of being one of the good

laaa BOW*. CENTRAL TIME BEAD UP. business colleges of this country,
where a practical business educa Manufacturers of _
$4.1 t MaL 1 Not Na4'

tab adrgt 1 Mall Ia4 Mail and Mlx8dfctSTAT10N Daily tion This may college be gained.has been very suc- Lumber Ice Electric Lights Power
runt LiVr... Express.. Except ,
$.a4.,. Daly. Daill. Sunday. cessful and has been a great help to

t -I those who have been so fortunateas and Naval Stores.Electric .

to attend.
[tu a .; t a p rLv., ._ ."-.M_'__Live Oak............ h--. P10:0 a m 650 II m
Lights in any part of the city furnished for ResIdenceor _
It n a MJ IH ,.;Lv_ ......._._._Yorter...........-iv,10 00 a m 630 p m XOTICK OF SALK.

a r; I a p ai'Lv_._.............._.Stol l y....................._-Lv. 95Z. m 620 P m Notice is hereby given that under Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric rower-

ft r; 4 n f.:Lv._..? .24S ._.Lv. 3511. m 603 I pm and by virtue of an order issuingout day and night current-for manufacturing purposes.

h aj i4 II* ,.:Lv. -........................... Kir,6 mh...........__.Lv. 9 44 a m S Sj pmI L of the court of the County Judge, Wholesale and retail Ice-*out of City orders have special attention

619 iu? .I Ar._..................__.__.Wilmarth............ ...... ....._.......Lv. 936 a m 540 in and for Suwannee county, Florida and all orders promptly filled.
pm I
h a a- r i ips:3 .L-:::IL.._no------ ......__.-W"---h............_....-Ar. dated the 31st day of August I
t.i: A. D. 1906 wherein and wherebythe T _
: //Ar__...... ........_._.Luraville..... __................
; ..... ......Lun e......_...M..........__ undersigned as administrator of Gulf
jLW- I Live Oak Perry &
|! M JL s! I .._._._.............Wilmallth....................... the estate of J. A. Adams, late of ,
L F p K a .; 4 u p r- Lv- _............._......._.Wtlmarth._._...__..Ar. 9 35 a m 5311 Pili Suwannee county, Florida, deceased,
0.6 .
p II a M; 4 ME .. Lv.__"'."_"......Suwannee River... ................?..Lv. 932 a m 537 p II was authorized to make sale of so Railroad Company.
2.8 .. much of the real estate of said decedent
Ua ., lttI p r Lv....... ............ ........._.Norwood.._.? .........?..--Lv. 9 to a m 5 24 pU m -
as may be necessary to satisfy APRIL 20, 1906.
e 91/Lat'Ar_?.?......._.....__........Maya.....................__L... 31_a m_512 p m the indebtedness of said estate, I, SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE
a a. /,Lw..............._ ...............Mayo..............._--...Ar. 5 UO P DAr. '
J. H. Wetherington, administratorof ; 'IJt :
E.5 as : Jiq
M a .! .................................._.Alton........;.. .._....._ .....L... 4 45 I I' r. !
t M 1. I L.........?..?.._................Alton.....................__Ar. 4 20 P P of the, estate of the said J. A, Adams 11 : IiI. ,

a M !.au' _!IAr....................,...,.......MMayo.2.6 .._. ..._....?........; 4 05 p II deceased for the purpose of paying I.... and Pasa Passenger Frt and:"'i STATIONS. i!iI4! !ti I KJ1 xr I

__ _. __ i t9 ... __Lv_nOmUUU.._..... 0 .mmm........._._.._._.MaYo..'.._..n-mo__.....__..m..m:1.5 ___.._'--.Lv.1_____ 910 I. Dt ,AM"M.. A the debtedness o tsaid estate, will on Na 1 5 _____.mmum -, -
Monday the first day of October A. ISund Dailyex.Sun
JI 111. 11. p. Lv..................................San Pedra___.!.__...Ar. 9 0 a m 3 40 --Daily- Only PM. .
I 1.9I D. 1906 between the legal hours A. M. P. M.. P.'M. 1'. Y A. II. A. M.
s II la I U p Ia L............. .........?.....Salt Road........_.............M..Lv. 8 51 a m 3 30 II m of sale of said day ,and at the front Leave Leave ova 240 Arrive Arrive Am. Atria
8 00 1.30
: 1.40
tlO 10.0& aq
U. '
. 1 M a h 140 p. L...._......... ........ .... _..Aakuld..._..??........._._Lv. 8 40 a m Y 55 pm door of the court house in Suwanneecounty 813 UI 2 300 54 .. Rocky Live Oak Sink. Ile US U6 1.1.
:.1 s 8 Iii LCS .-...... .. a 112 U4 '.U USII
I 1. 1. j n p DI I Lv........................_._....Charlton..........___. &.....Lv. 833 a m 240 II m I Fla., bid off and sell at public t! 1.52 307 315 ._...Mercer Starr. ...-..- 4011 UO UII tar
3.9 II 2i1: 1.55 ..... 405 U1 l.3S U's
M a w. it p. Lv.....................................Keene...... .......__._.Lv. 8 23 a m 2 20 II m out-cry to the highest bidder Ii 34 2.0. Ar. 3 3 20 40 .., Platt.'I'I ILv S 66 LOd US L.t
r. 8 29 Ar Z.1r.I 3 48 L.6.oo Lv 1.11 Lv
3.0- therefor, for cash the following de.t UO
II' a 111 p.Lv..........._....-.._....Fenhulloway......... ....Lv. 61: a Y 10 II m v. 845 !LV U5 Lv. 410 4 1; Dowling Park Ar339 Ari55 A,1.10 i ALI9
2.6a cribed land or so much thereof as Ar U9 .... I 3 33 L.f./iO 1.0 1.11I
a a 1 II ,.,L..M......-. ..._....-.Denmark.3.3 ................;.........?.Lv. 808 am f 35 Pili may be necessary to pay the indebtedness 8 8 50 52 Lv"50 4 417 2Q .'On".. ...Chancy. Be11....:.. 330 3 25 Ar US '.001 I Loe LM

N .10..Ar.....................................Perry........_.._...........?.Lv. 800 Ii m 120 p mU)1.ivaraak of the aforesaid estate, to-wit: 8 51 4.61 Ar.Lv. t 4 25 40 Mayo.......Day.JunctIon....... I 325 U3 Lv'.00 b 1.00It
9 00 5.00
; I 5.06 44 ........Silo........ I 319. UO Ar UI .Ar 1.1
The W 906 315
}2 of the X\V V4 of section 452 ... Townsend I 4.34 1U9 U.
Station. eight (S), in Township fourl), 910 9 25 5:2 5.10 512 _......Smlth......' i 300 .30 8.45 T.t
uc Tvk-phone Station (f) Flag (r) Regutrr. (s) Regular StoP. (a) + Zl I 2 41 US 1.30 7.011

|wvi fttalt* T. P. ALSTON Superintendent.W south of Range fifteen (15) east, lying .r. 3 9 50 38) AI' 5.50 5.38 Ar 6 49 -....FenhollowayLv..Perry .... I 2 3& Lv.02 3.50b Lis iiOO L.t.U....

a IlilMM, General Pawenger Agent and being :situate the county of r..103IJ.. Ar 620 Ar 633 HamDtonSD'a, ..L!t05_ LvJ. 11.T.30 L.UI
Suwannee and state Florida..

THK BAPTIST rillT.t'H. and Pass Frt and Pass I Passenger I STATIONS. Frt and Pas''Frt and Pml Pa:*mg>r
(C. A. Ridley.) No. 7 I No. 9 i No. 1L i No.i No.lU !! Ko. 14
Daily ex Sun.;:Daily ex.Sun Sunday Onlyi! I Daily ex Sun.jDaily. ex Sun.Sunday Only
Dr. Broughton, of Atlanta who is A. M. i P. M, : P.MA.I M.Arrive. P. M. I I A. M
Florida Georgia Alabama Leave9.UU i Leave : Leave I : i Arrive Arrive.
now in Europe has agreed to cometo 4.30 ; 5.10 I Dowling ParkMayo I I 8.07 I 3.30 I 8.54
us for a meeting this fall and I 9.10 4.40 i 5.22 1 Junction f 7.58 I 8.20 I 8.U
..4 1 !
9.23 4.53 : 5.34 Clark S.10 133
Virginia North Carolina and am anxious that our city be reachedas 9.38 5.08' 5.44 1 Peterson I 7.35 3.00 : L:3
s 10.00 a=5.30 I It 5.56 i Mayo a 7.20 a 2.ti I. 8.11r10'10Ar
never before. If the church people A _5.40 Ar 6.02 Alton Lv 7.00 Lv %.::11I U 100

South Carolina. will work and pray as they ought It Regular atop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all traina to and from Live Oak and Perry
uI For information as to connections with other lines, 'phone or call on General Paaaeaj Agal
our hopes) may be realized. Let us ''phone 147, Lewin Building. Live Oak.

---- -.---. forget everything except that men THOMAS DOWUNG. President. R. P. HOPIL S. Gen.ral Passenger Ax.at

\ The Great Highway of Travel from"Easuesuortii I out of Christ are lost and do our
best to rescue them.

Vo 1 see that Mr. Dutill is arrangingfor

South a meeting in his church in October SEABOARDAir
I pledge him my co-operation
_o _ I
oUSml i and prayers.
Tomorrow night I shall begin a Line RailwayFor

series of sermons which I hope to
make both instructive and interesting -
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh,
to the splendid congregations,

jnd AND NEW YORK EXPRESS. which have always attended these Richmond, Washington, Baltimore Philadelphia, New York.

evening services.

: The general theme will be "lU'\i-
rs \\IfQT MONTGOMERY ROUTE; AND "DIXIE FLYER" =Iial" and the first subject will be Three Elegant Trains Daily

"Spiritual Fanning. I invite one and

nlOI VIA ATLANTA.LMAN | all to be present for the opening ser- SEABOARD EXPRESS

the first Sunday in October !


that day we are going to have an
[Atlantic Coast Line mileage books, good to all points, via afar 11] i j Ion anniversary service consisting of SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pullman -

Ii East Washington, and as far West as St. Louis. I special music and at least three short i Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonvilleand

t ronati' and New Orleans; rates $25,00. I addresses from citizens of our city. New York via Richmond \Vashington.. Leave St. Augustine

I 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily including Sundays

CONSULT THE PURPLE FOLDER. "What broke up the ladies' debating -

I jr detailed and full information regarding rates, Pullman reservai I society?" "The leading member ,. ONLY LINE

was told to prepare an essay on Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.
4 i schedules call on your nearest ticket agent, or write, I .
the yellow peril. She did so, and For full iBfnrimitU-n an-i sl""' ptr reservations call
ASK C BOYLSTOX, Dist. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fb L '. CD any aaen of Seaboard or writeS.
D the opening sentence read, 'Yellow
,STARK,Trav. Pus. agent 138 W. Bay St..Jacksonville, Fla. I C. BOYLSTON, JR., .. .
, cJ J, CRAIG, Passenger Traffic Manager, General Offices Wilm1n ton, N. C. apparel Is' "very trying to most com- Assistant General Passenger Agent. e

% Gm. Pass., Agent General Offices Wilmington, N. C. I' plexions. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. '

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..:c'.'fr: September 3rd. to 7th. ': jff(,, :; }. '. 5:: ;

: <' of the popular "' a r., "P T.

"Southern Business

i tL1

L1::1 !,, ...'..:\.,>., '"-. '' .. '.' ,.'.-'.' .., :: c:11ege: :. o Y _

and Institute of Rapid, Light-Line Shorthand ,;

T I CTPC XT C to l bring the school up to the highest possible stall.
; I : AM U D I C RM 1 IN C D at the same time give an opportunity to every ViMII
__. and woman to get a BUSINESS BDU /VI-tat
.the very low rate of FORTV DOLLARS. We will begin selling scholarships Sept. 3, and cpnlMn*l
F price until the 7th. I will be on hand and personally supervise the work. I am bringing new teachers for the At t:
F departments, and offer, as never before, a practical, money-making education in the shortest possible time. One
aids you to a position anywhere.
I ay The following courses!we complete, but interesting from the day you begin until you graduate:


ir: Shorthand Course Comm em/al 1)Jparlmonl

'-' '
Including Stenography by.the Universal Including Bookkeeping by Single a 4
I Light-line' Pernin System, Typewrit; Double Entry Actual Business PrfteMH ;

,lug, Office, Practice, Lecture and Court and Banking' Commercial Arithmetic -
Commercial, Law and
Spelliag ewer s
Reporting, Practical English, Spelling,
.-:) ship, Grammar and Letter- 'ritlag. It..
Letter-Writing, Speed Drills, and Diploma views, Lecture Course, Final hamlaaU.a
i I Fee. (Use of Typewriter Free.) and Diploma.For .

L r For the Complete Course now, only . $10.00 the Complete, Course now, only . s.tLte
That this education pays we will only have to say that we have stVrn

:: ; calls for every graduate offering from $50 t \$75 a month salary.

i _
't t That F cannot hold this price open longer tima tJw
R b'
t r em em Take the scholarship now and enter later if it don't t

.; i you to commence at this time. We are looktoir to ...,,.
I :. ;i I interests and will give you more than we agree.

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ci i rarents having sons and daughters to educate for independence should not fail to see me 4t me a.d ......
4 place them in the College this Fall. Our offices
are to those
open interested, and as we want to pnllMI ,.. ... .
of Illustrated I shall be
r t copy our Catalogue pleased to meet you.
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a f 1 Southern Business Coileg


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i Arrangements are being made .4
partment of Telegraphy and Railroad organize en ( ) -
Further Operating SOt ufWc
announcement will be made lw

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ct-tee mus