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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: September 1, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VoL t. No. 244., LIVE OAK, FLORIDA, SAtURDAY,- SEPTEMBER. 1.,. 'I9Qb. T**' c.L,. "' -- It -

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t' (NIRTIPWSEEIfnflll' WANT BETTER SERVICE.. 1 WAS I ONE LONG :OVAN. ,t. BLOCK IN TAMPA.BURNS, WlfAKISKtil ";.

: Traffic Is Sufficient to Warrant Com Two Firemen Injured By. Explosion,

1 pany Running Another Train. j I, of Gasoline,
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Many Citizens Afflicted With. Tampa ,Sept. 1.-A petition Is in Bryan's Royal Reception All Tampa Fla.,Aug.' 31.--At an early !' Cuban InsufgtnU Kmternatail .

", asking that additional hour this morning a row of five

the Summer Trip HabitCOVKIYCOMMISSIONQtSURGED circulation train service be inaugurated from f Along the ,Line frame' ,onestorystores on upper '""

I'Ocala to Lakeland to connect with Franklin street between Sixth and -

the Fort Myers train to Tampa. So ,, Seventh avenues were destroyed by l -

far the petition has the names of influential quoin is pwsusnc fire. The fire originated in the build TWO wis.

: signers and It is very likely lug occupied by the Acme Ice Cream

I that the officials of the Atlantic CoastLine I __ -.. Company and rapidly spread to the '

will give the request just and adjoining houses in the block_ In-

To Make Appropriations for Exhibit I due consideration. The relations be- Received at mow Haven. by Thousands cluding the Gulf Oil Company'sbranch Way Being Prepared far Tftgfa *f

tween Tampa and points' interveningfrom of ,Citizens of- all warehouse, a cigar store, a President Palate t. Occsfjr
At State Fair Other Itemsof Lakeland to Ocala are quite second-hand furniture store and a
Position of AdvwrtHr
Pohtical Parties
InterestBy close and it is thought that-the business shoe shop. The fire burned' so fiercely

1 is large enough to warrant an and rapidly that the block, with

I additional train being 'put on: the, greater part of the stocks contained Havana, Sept. 1.-The bt aaate4

New York Aug. Sl.-r-William, therein was consumed by the i
this afternoon
I' pubtth4 4 its torthe
( Miss Jefferson Bell.) home despite the flames. While some firemen were dl-
one can imagine and makes her Bryan, fatigue and strain effect that dis&afe&ft hat tr

Tallahassee Aug. 30.-Seldom 1 any: with her son-in-law. Captain B', F. I I1b1tner yesterday and last night rose early redoing a stream of.water into one of en out between Pico Cam f* i 3
there been a week at the capital j He the burning stores an explosion toot
this morning. was up and about ;; Colonel Belancoort his second {ft

when so little of Interest transpired Years ago it became the property shortly after\' 7 o'clock. Though he place supposedly of .gasoline and command and Be t &C93ft bas H$.

as the last one, The routine work in 'of Mr. Dubois a Frenchman who said he felt fine and was smiling three of the men-Messrs. Goding, arrested because bo aid undat't-

the departments' goes on, but aside has made its name famous. when the newspaper visited him; he Stevens and Friday-were seriously: ed with Guerra's men toy %aaiealf

from that there is nothing worth no- Until two years ago Ita1' the could not dispel the look of weariness ,- burned about the face and hands. destroying the store and raided ft

ting socially politically or otherwise. fashionable place for convivial little on his face brought by the strainof The men were given. Immediate medi: '4 local moderate. Oft arrival at

Tallahassee people have to a pronounced dinner parties and suppers where his reception and the many inci- cal ,attention. The property loss by Puerto CorUs The IMscuslod alit,

degree the summer trip just a touch of Bohemia gave flavorto dents connected with It. the fire will reach'' several thousand the Insurgent staff tf Idisg .tu' _

habit, so our population Is divided the occasion* "Monsieur is agenlus Mr. Bryan was in hid shirt sleeves dollars, court, breakfasted on bard lit* Ye
between mountains and_ seashore.I holding : when he I .
said one of his guests received the reporters. '
MAX gurt. a steamer Ufofelfof to ta*
HE IS W3TED.Ethcards .
St, Theresa andLanarkontheGulf
Panacea Springs, his glass aloft., "He has taken He was asked to give some expression American-British Compacy, fjrlft$
all nearby places
the the juice of grape, the glint of the of opinion regarding last night's Will pang Sheriff to. between Pinar del Rio bad 8Ufea$ ,
have been very popular during sunshine the breath of violet and but he said lie preferrednot Lake Answer Serious
is fast becoming a meeting County to the port on the walls GW| *f I' .
Springs
season famous Panacea a health resort the soul of a rose,' and has given us to talk of it.It, had filled his Charge province of Ha,,". bkk la eo..
as
for indigestion this." "Monsieur Is a good fellow' 'heart with'emotion, he said and was (Tampa Herald.) nected-by rail with Hat,>*, i&j Bel-
is
there a
the water panacea let us tiring to his, health .and to a matter so personal and dear to him Sheriff Mnrphee of Lake County ancourt surreptitiously cfeuUm&a tie
and stomach troubles,
'the health of all good fellows. that It was difficult for him to express arrived in the city Wednesday nightto detention of the steamer eel Y l&fe Sw
wblearo the favorite ailment of I t"Here's
an opinion In words. secure: Clarence Edwards, the ne- attempted to escape bat fJJd.

Tallahasseeans. to all good fellowsIn Big Event in Life. gro man who was arrested Sunday Besides occupyjuf Pitt* Cem' *.

Governor Broward has addressed \][ this world and the next. -Pressed_.__ -- _for.. _some, nn_ word.. to_ the_ _De< I night by the police authorities actingon Guerra, Is surrouadifiS Gaaftst. s 14 ail
letter to the county commissionersof 1[ drink a toast tonight
a you
pie regarding the reception, Mr. I advice received from the officersof sides.
all the counties urging them to Good fellowship's my text, .
]Bryan finally Bald: that county. The government gunboat Ar.%
consider the of making the fellow that handin '
Importance NTot takes
your ."1\ would be ,the big 'event in the The sheriff stated that he is the and Callxto Garcia have bees t&l It

appropriations for exhibits at the IState [ an idling hour-you know- ]life of any man to face'what I facedlast'night. man wanted In his county on a rape Puerto Cortex with the bfct of
Fair to be held at Tampa Iq the fellow the
N'ot that slaps you on ,
] I was more than pleased charge. Every precaution will be clearing away the Ifuttrgi&U t4 -
November, In his letter the Covert back .. -
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with the Deception accorded me, but taken to prevent any rash action, being posting It for occupation by gsyf" r

nor says: As long as the highballs, flowBut these words cannot,, nYey, my meanIng taken'on the :part of. the citizens ment troops.
*Tb. exhibition of the resources of the fellow that'gives you a kindly .
-any 'words are InsulficlentI of that, county., Officials here Join la deartef t'
the several counties of the state at
word
think you know how' grateful I feel Edwards, a' negro of desperate Santa Clara is In any special daaiet:
toe last fair was highly beneficial to When the world Is running wrong I received last and is learned: that he
for the welcome night.I looking tyke. it General Rodrlgues, commander Of IN
counties competing. It has given in- The fellow that grips your; hand like :said to that sea of fads in the gar- has been in,Tampa,for several weeks. rural guards, saysthe 'IV'" of
I msttd assessments Increased land hell t
I den last night and'I really meant It" that city 11 competed of toO rural
values and Improved methods in And tells you life's a song.What make POLICY HOLDERS, LOSE OUT.
Mr. Bryan said that he would guards.and In addition Ure ins say
taral&g. As one of the resu1ts'of if you know the sucker lies .
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no formal satemeat today on, any ]number of volunteers and local glt"
I I the hair large irrigation contracts What if he knows it too? subject political or otherwise. New York Supreme Court Declines: zeus there. 11

I but tm made and the fact demonstrated There are times In life when the to Interfere. .
Welcome at New Haven.
\ Albany N. Y., Sept. 1.-The' decision -
to the world that products friend that lies .
New Haven, Con., Aug. 31.-W11-
heretofore marketed in January and Is the only friend that's true. of the; lower court denying the COPIOUS RAINS HURT CUTTOX. i
New Haven
liam J. Bryan reached at '
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t February, can Just as easily be pro- Rant and cant ye prudes who will 12:15 o'clock. At the station wasa application for a mandamus compel
4tw4 la South Florida In November At the evils of wine and gin for the ling the state superintendent of In- Considerable Complaint Front """
of -
long line carriages members
eal December, thus giving better But somehow the real fine things we the and for the surance to remove from the "admini ting and Sheddiuc*
com-
of
prices la the market. i feel party stration ticket" for trustees of the Moran Ga., Sept. 1.-The eoploes

The bolding of the fair has also Leak out when the wine leaks in, mittee In and on about entertainment.the station' and on Mutual: Life Insurance Company the and contiued rainfalls recently are '.. ,
names of four members of the.international proving very disastrous to cottQft
ftftUUcd in immense Improvement Then I drink to you from' my heart the streets the crowd filled
rttaUve to the breeding of fine live tonight nearby policyholders committee, Considerable complaints from rotting
the walks and a hearty round of
and shedded heard and all treat
sleet, Jduch interest has also been From heart to heart let it run, the visitor. Manyof was affirmed today by the appellate are
cheers was given division of the court The is now is being destroyed by
open
supreme
aroused la the breeding of fine poul- Here's to good fellows all over the the men gathered were employes
case came before the appellate division heavy rainfalls.
t try aa4 the poultry exhibit this year World- of nearby factories and of downtown I ''
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*iU be twice M Urge as U was last' Their health, and God bless everyone I Office buildings. on appeal of Colonel A. M.

legislature of 19Q5 approprlat119,999 ." I Shook of ,Nashville Tenn., in behalf WILL BUILD_ WAUEHOUHK.
greeted Lieutenant
by
Mr
Bryan was
1 be used for the of himself and his associates on thepolicyholders'
to pay- Governor Woodruff and Mayor 1
tatat of tub premiums for two years, A characteristic story is told of Steadly the latter riding with Mr. committee Judge More Than $5,000 Subscribed Today
institution. Gray, of Philadelphia; General B. F. to Warehouse Company.At .
sM made it a State Mr. Dubois. He attended a reception ,Bryan. As soon as the carriageswere
counties of Midst Leon Tracy of New York and Harlow N. the meeting of the stockholder
I'ftfoTiauately the given at the to Mr. Bryan sev- filled a brass band, struck up

14 West Florida,. with the ex- eral years ago, while he was the guestof lively march. and the procession Higinbotham of Chicago. of,the Cotton Warehouse Company at
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made had An appeal will doubtless be taken the court house today Hon. B. F.
trptioe of Washington County Governor Jennings. Mr.. Bryan started across the city to the head'
i3 ae tiatUts, and the State Fair be- been hurt by the falling off the quarters of ,the Democratic county to court of appeals.CONDITION Umstead was elected temporary

eaae U fact the Southern Florida porch at the reception'given him at committee in Chappell street.At OF COTTON. chairman J. N. Meeks secretary

rate, St. Augustine a few days previously and J. P. Howland treasurer.
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the luncheon the arrangementof Tallahassee Aug. 31.-The indications
I and was unable to stand to receive at More than five thousand dollars
tables placed the guests at one are that the Florida cotton
C. habeas our famous wine manu- the reception here. The Frenchmanwas was subscribed-enough to assure
ich.'an across the hall while from crop will fall 50 per cent below last
-er r, has gone to New York to greatly shocked to see the great tables This is due to building the warehouse. Members
z this at right angles were six year's crop. mainly
ML I understand however he hast Nebraskan reveive the ladies seated of the committee are authorized to ,
del-
one for each New England state the long continued excessive rains
't Dad la charge who will carry Some one explained to him the accident I egation. Covers were, laid for six throughout the cotton growing sec- make arrangements to have building

ais batiaetl here. The excellence Mr. Bryan had suffered and, I hundred. Dr. A. B. Fuller, of this tion of the state, and to the scarcityof erected at once.

U* vUUf of the San Louis vlne- that he was physically unable to city was, toastmaster. labor to care for the crop when The next stockholder meeting

,41s Las become widely known- stand during the reception. "That As, Mr. Bryan passed into the hall the weather conditions were favora will be in the court house Live Oak,

1tre etheut the country and Mr. I makes no difference" he excitedly exclaimed he was rousingly cheered everybody ble. Reports from the state depart on September 15, a til o'clock a. m.,

Mit tat Wen supplying customers "He should stand to re- standing, and the more enthusiastic ment of agriculture show the present when each stockholder is earnestly "

tilt the United States with his ceive de ladies, he should stand, if climbing upon chairs and waiving condition of upland cotton 62 percent requested to be present Offlcers will
L aa4 brandies. His place two he die from it"Floridians then be elected and laws and coa-
hats. Those who were near the head sea island I 57 per cent. out ofa
***t of Tallahassee is one of will be Interested In a table pressed forward to shake hands possible 100. stitution adopted.

r boat show places and until the story to appear In McCure's magazinefor with Mr. Bryan ,and there was delayin The crop in Florida has suffered

'ty was voted "dry," was a popuntart November. Mr. Richard Barry, of getting everybody seated so that no damage from insects. The crop XEW '\'RRI'ALT. GOYElLVOintMAXS10X. 1

A beautiful shaded drive New York who has won distinctionas 1
luncheon could be served. is very late the,farmers are Just be-
'.> laaes and over hills bring a war, correspondent and a magazine .. ginning to pick their cotton none (Special to the Democrat) j

:. to the lite.If. Some distanceit I writer- spent several- days- at the worth noting has yet been offeredfor Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 1.-The t

"tlttrt4 by magnificent oaks capital last week gathering data fora YELLOW FEVER OX SHIP. !' sale. eight rosebud has been added to tie

t S4ad ou. old mansion stands in story of peonage in Florida for Mc- With similar conditions prevailing Garland of Girls at the Governor's

teiltt of aa old fashioned garden. Clure.: From here Mr.. Barry wentto Sailor at Philadelphia Said to Be throughout the south it is not easy Mansion. Yesterday after&ooa Mrs.

tt *f It stretches the vineyard Pensacola to continue his investi- Stricken. to understand how the New York Broward presented the Governor

afttf acre as far as the eye can gations. Mr. Barry was greatly impressed reports of the crop show such -favorable with a daughter mother and babe

.. with the personality of Governor Philadelphia, Sept 1.-With the conditions as they' do, I are, doing well Governor Broward

ii. gas Umit was the site of an old Broward. He has interviewed second mate suffering from what appears has a very Interesting family of

Gbh fort btfore Tallahassee was I most of the world's great men and to be yellow fever, the British Noteheads letterheads, envelopes, children the eldest daughter U BOW

|.4 later vas the home ofaa4 says that he considers him one of the steamship Elswick Lodge from Tam- statements billheads typewriter about the age ye speak of them aa

,.f Urs. Arthur Randolph. Mrs, most remarkable men he has yet met, pico Mexico via Norfolk was placedin paper cards notes, receipts etc.. sweet sixteen and a very charming

was a daughter of the reQottraor We will all watch with Interest for quarantine upon its arrival todayat printed to your order and: satisfaction young lady is Miss Dorcas. The GOT*

ae4 William V. Duval I the November number of the magazine I. Delaware breakwater Delaware. guaranteed or money refunded erne, like President Roosevelt, ts f$ "

i* the fvatkst, loveliest old lady r he represents. 90 miles below this city.- at-the-Demoerat- office. believer In race suicide.. ,- .\!

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do' L Liasoage havaseveral '- '. .
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t Because her.stomach,was so weakened Some words : : .' .ir.iJ.3
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shecould'not meanings .. .... {
i -by ,useless drugging that < .
fa always ,
the others so that it not possible "
--.. : eat Mrs,,,Mary H, Walters :$ I "
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., '; r ol; $t. CIa t. St., Columbus, 0., was 'the speaker wishes to express :There Million Tom Keene .
". 1 [ UtVrally starving to death., She la therord '"hnmaultarlan.w for lastance. 57
writes: dy stomach was so weak If you will turn to your Weber sold last yfear in the United at < *rR'F

Y.. '\. .from.._ useless drugs that I could not st you will tied that it means, nrst
iJ ty :mot rand my nerves so wrecked that mIl 'who fiealea the drrlalty of Christ | States. The best 5c. Havana on eft It #
and believes him to have beaa cerey'bUI:1lu'
;r43 J could not, sleep; and not before I '
. w'aa given up to" die was I induced to sphere'second datlei one to h who xnan limits relations the | the market. Five year old To 'ac-

, Jtry.Electric Bitters;;with the wonderful Ipj 15U5rs
exclusion of that
the
and affections to
;= 'result' that, improvement began religious or spiritual; third one who Is |,co. A Good, Cool, _pleasant al. a sad si ,
at once, and a complete cure followed actively concerned In promoting the
too no .
Smoke.
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;' Best health Tonic on earth. welfare of hIs kind a philanthropist. _
50>,c Guaranteed by Barclay & The third sense la the one in which the the s.it.en i
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Try today.Suwannee arscFea.ttae
?. rOOTer; druggists. word U n?w most trequently"Ued, and one *a
Webster marks this definition as "re -
,,. asrs s.e store er
cent.
,f Wh7 Rain Clouds An Black. : $. es
sees to rsaarM t$
t 'The color of a cloud depends on the tt
ag tags se std
The Size of Canada.Canada
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manner in which the sunlight falls uponit la artier' than the United Drug CompanyJ
and the position of the observer. It HPilt i -
square
States) by a quarter cf a million
will be noticed that high clouds are alffl .
Canada contains cue-third of
af8 white or light In Color, and thIs -
the area of the British empire. Canada
.via because the light by which they are ,
extends over 23 degrees of latitude- )
} :seen is reflected from the under surface
from Rome to north pole. Canada Is j
by the 'numberless drops of moisture f '
as large as thirty United Kingdoms,
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which go to form the cloud. Heavy
rite clouds on the other hand are eighteen Germany, thirty-three Italy
Canada is Australasia and
: found much nearer the earth, nnd svhits larger than
t clce*the size of British India. Canada I, ij
b 1CIE light falls on them more directly E7 HUMPHREYS I
C.
has a boundary ling of 3.000 ,miles between I j
from above,giving a silver lining to the ,
t It and the United States. Cana
cloud though the undersurface ap-
pears black owing to the complete reflection da's seacoast equals half the earth's
and absorption of the light by circumference. Canada is 3,500 miles CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
the upper layers. Seen from above'by wide and 1.400 from north to south.

L an observer to a balloon, the blackest Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application. (|
," rain clouds appear of the most dazzlingto Spend 5c for cigars, candyor
brilliant white.
h cold drinks, and vote for the ,Will assume full charge of buildings, turn it over to i
. Tennis and Laws TennlE.
-, 1 i: There are thousands who imagine most popular young lady in owner complete in every respect, before a cent of moneyis 1-
11j that tennis and lawn tennis are IdenticaL '
In America tennis the, mother Live Oak at paid me. I SKilfUl PRfSC8lPtM.. .
'game la always known as court teem -
=, !whereas lawn tennis Is gener- Florida Book Supply Co. j Ii the oN1 _.--
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OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTY
5I WORKS
ally 'known as "tennis." Th@ games which
we
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are tn many respects. very dif. C. C. COOK Proprietor. PHONE 188. LIVE OAK FLORIDA. '
ferent. The court, which In lawn oundVVlit's pe f
;tennis Ut open. In tennis is closedat I
the back and aides by the walls, and rcaSf the .. _
almost Invariably above by a roof Reduced Prices; j phase d tk
There is,a considerable amount of play
cff the back and'side walls. The balls Good ClothesMay 1 1I'When your daM t K

ere harder than lawn tennis balls, being. and sucft mtdWRc M
In tact, of the consistency of On all
Millinery Goods
cricket balls. Hence the rackets are I'f that. Wcukc M ..

:'heavier Magazine,and!, the gut la thlcker.-Fry's and from now on you Not Make the Man But ,fore you run MAL

can purchase goods very
I Boas: and Seatlmeat.
Jt i3 a singular fact that in pro poimuch below their former They Add Wonderfully to
'tloa to the 'wealth'of melody of a nation
4'. so does its emotional side nelop.Remutable' prices. We enjoyeda City Phai
s instances of this are to be His
found in ,the United Kingdom.. In very fine trade this Appearance

Scotland Ireland gust Wales, countries season but stock is still I fK 1'.
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rich In national songs, ,the emotional

R ''the nature melodIes.is strong.if sweet,In England at any rate where are replete with seasonable Von want the Best. We have them-Suits that will

net 'sa'tochlngand appealing sentiment goods in prevailing
AILANIIC 4&1 r r1i'8111
is 8llsht.-. \?mool Courier,
r styles, which we will sell Fit and will Wear. A large, carefully selectedstock
The wife man.or'woman.is the one "

I who relieves little ills of,this sort by very low, to close out. of, Gents' Furnishings. The goods are right t smuuewExcursion

,a,little dose of Kodol For Dypsepsla.It Call and see for yourself. !

digests what you eat and puts your I II I too. Yt.a should call and them without
stomach back into shape.SOld by see delay. RQukVeit

City Pharmacy. Mrs E. N. Lawler.

Bison and Gr.TT, Samples for tailor made suits are JMt.....-iiIII .
now on display at our store. We take
Jutes Simon said that the most eicit.
your measure for tailor made suits.
lug. moment hIs life was when he toAltMtft bip
was trying to obtain a concession on 115-n V '
tariff from a foreign diplomat with 4 *a P
whom Pfesldent Grevy was playing
billiards. He whispered to Grevy to t J k ..... t
11.11.t lose the game but Grevy insisted on { ary BUTLER BROTHERS ...., .... ... t .
playing to win and relented only ?hen ,
he observed t" I .' "J
that the minister was in 75
anguish. MEN'S OUTFITTERS fli. ...,. ..pt 'II< .

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Laassie of the Heart. LIVE OAK
FLORIDA. ,
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The language of the beart which 1Mt" ; --

comes from the heart and goes to the t276A Wa..... iJ
heart la always simple graceful aud -- ..... ..... .'
full of power, but no art of rhetoriccan : :: 7L i S M 0 K E : Anita Fernandez Cigars. UN, tItl.7'V _
teach it It is at once the easiest
and moat difficult language-difficult] art !...N 1f' fit

since it needs a heart to speak it; easy CHEW : Honest Money Tobacco. f'j 7- .... ....... ..
because its periods, though roundand ,..,. ...... >** .
full of harmony are still u ed'e
studied.-Bovee are pulling wires all the time, DRINK : J. 9. Coffee. 'ja Lt '13 ,
... Ore
With a single end in view (j

Measure Far Meaaare. Of proving to you the fact EAT: Armour & Co. "?.85 WIf4--
"AM the Is Packing House
name to be"asked the ,- .
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1f- That our Groceries will just suit you ..; tIIIM flirt
suave minister as he approached

an4 font flounces.with the precious armful of that .We are headquarters for all thais t Products---they are the best. .t,.:,..j.la .5\ut...,,.". ...-...-.

usually found in a first-class, up-t o-
"Augustus Philip Ferdinand Codrin- -
t I ton Chesterfield Livingstone Snooks." date grocery store and anything yom -

"Dear, dear" (turning to the sexton buy from us we guarantee to be ties '
3P* 4a, *' 4i'*
). "A llttte more water Mr. ferkma. and of the very best quality. Country Leave Your Orders With Us

I If you pteaae/-Lonclon Tit-Bits. produce, vegetables and the best -,.
t
Vs. steady Far creamery butter on the narket. t10 H' Kt& I &SI1'sraI
a Te t. for
"Do you think that absence really Call on us or Phone & Prompt Attention.Live .;JOO.'I" .... ...... ,

makes the heart grow fonder Inquired $, 1 tr I' \ .
the young man who was not a -,. v
t i 4, iLfaafc 1Ht.-.1
particularly welcome caller. MAYS BROS.

"I have never." given was the the young matter lady's mconstderatlon. nab Oak Brokerage & Com- 517,65J3W5 M. at

<, response.' "Suppose you stay away FREE DELIVERY.Wood. .... .. !
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"Tfre've been to a dead drcus."
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BnhlBtlela OB Piano Playing. A 2 horse wagon load of ; *. .. t J1 ,
When a pupil happened to ask Rubin 2 ' "!! "!"!"! "
stein how certain passages should be 18 inch wood for $1.50, j i -t'1t'1t'1t'1t'1"11""t"tttt1tiI1't1t"'t"1tl'tl't1tt1tI1tt11" "!' .datives M4 t.| .......

construed he invariably showed the m. YY -- :_::: above er Mawrniahcd .st,

Bnt if a pupil asked. "Shall I play thiato Furnished on Short Notice I := Try an Adver- HtfecvMl ....'. .. .... .

correct this manner Rubinstein or that invariably?'-both replied equally: i;Leave orders at M.L Burnett&Co..i.H. i.i E= tisemeIit the Evening Democrat =3 or br ...... is .

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a, Luncheon that ShoUld combine da3; '-
caey and'a good deal of lee; Lla iI! Li : :

When the waiter had left him ha .

The ,Girl and fell to drumming" OQ the, table 'andthinking SPECIAL '

of, the davenport girl.aa he >

called her "to himself. '"Coo- he a ,
the Davenport mused.and self possessed-and. Lord -

what a face-prettier, perhaps for a "
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FANNIE HEASLIP LEA touch'of color." a '. .
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Vaguely be remembered something /1 NIGHT AT SKATING KINK .
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about "the beauty of a blush to him'
pftli\t. 06.--E C.. ParceHala 'O who has caused It" and smiled to VI t;.E EI
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think that he had made her blush for g .. 'f
the twilight of a secon
ifaop oa Royal 'eet Van Holden saw 'Heigh-ho,"' he sighed, entirely with /

get flnt She came toward him down vat reason, and on the moment-Borden's \ FRIDAY; from :
8 to 10 P. n.f
to atile of shadow between old mahogany voice was in his ears. "Wake I

: sideboards and dusty armoires up boy! Look as if you were seeing
doesn't he. Molly Miss Me- .
ghosts,
nil laid her gloved band upoa
gray
Collou h. Mr. Van 'HOld n. Did you
one eau of a quaint davenport ,oa order lunch old ehpr"I For Couples Only. | .

whose other end reposed the band of did" said Van Holden steadily."It :
Via Ho1c eD. ""
ought to be here In a moment -
This davenport." she said to theIhopkeeper. ,
Sirs. Berden. sit.here: then the light
**i. the one you reserved won't be in your eyes." *{ 7:30: to 10:30: P. M. % .
f.r BW. U it notr He changed seats with be/ deftly /
Pardon me," Mid Van IlolJen firm*
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ly-th* davenport was genuine mahogany and faced across the white tablecloth. 9) Rates 25c. Per
and of a good shapebare just accusing gray eyes under a wide / : Hour for use of Skates. 25c. forentire k

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with
hat pale roses.
brimmed gray
bought It." There was a hint of color In the face. VIs evening when Skaters furnish their &
little Creole with
Tbe shopkeeper, a
.
"Say, Van, cried the Irrepressible /
voluble eye and a fierce mustache. hear Miss MeCol1ough' Skates.
Berden, "you ought to own t1
'" looked from one to the other.
story of the way she was ,1
"Mala oul." be murmured politely, 'done' by an antique dealer today-

It U valr toad davenport promised to hold a desk or something i\ .

she"You aald promised with Icy yesterday dignity, to afternoon reserve" for"Don't her"-tell on me" pleaded Miss Mc- F Tuesday and i'|
Friday
U ephoUtmd for me. I In must the green have rep It you I wish show.it den.Collough" nervously "please. Mr. Ber- :

td Inc and I want It by Thursday "
"Oh the Joke'e not said

- mornln"Pardon:." 01'VIO Holden begangain went Berden,there consolingly.she found"And a on chap you.when engagedIn she vjr i 3:30: to 5:30: P. M. / K :

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buying her r'ece-a very decent

card Kb*from Ignored. ber bla caw existence of taakeekln.and drew a j:I looking"Do make chap, him she says.hush" Molly." MIss 5V z k ;-

"n,.* U my address she said McCollongh'a glass or'water answereda For

KTiW4n! something thereon "and 1, despairing and surreptitious push byi i FREE.Only
wW give you a check on delivery of ,
flowing across the tablecloth on toBerden's
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UM davenport Eighty dollars I think .
knees.
roots id r SKATING IE
Miss McCollough gasped. :
Van Holdrn'a sense of humor, as- aa
"Oh that's all right," said Berden
.,.tfd by the pleasing picture of pale
hair and gray eyes In a cool pale face Jumping up. He beckoned a waiter /
and presently resumed his seat and hIs
igalnct a background of cobwebbedwalla

"1 was, began to have to rise.had It for fifty.1 be tory."Chap was awfully good. looking" be Monday and ThursdayF :

auttgestnt plaintively. rattled on. "well dressedmannerwhat -

"I will give you eighty for It," she was his manner, Molly Oh yes
the perfection of indifference and the 3:00 to 5:00
aid to the thopkeeper. And her fac dearest smUe." : : JU .
was noticeably lees pale
-It seer valr good davenport" Bald The quick crimson swept up to the / KATINGf!
hat brim but Borden merciless
was -
gray
1M ihopketptr, twisting his fierce .' For Children as
nustaci "I pay bun'erd dollar to' it :
"She Insisted on having the thing; so f
tat 1 tab eighty. Yas, I tate eighty""Oh I! 15 Cents.
you dor saW Van Hollen sar- i i"IUnll did he. She spoke of paying $80 for It. .
He let out that he was getting it forISO.11
,. "Wbat about the fifty I'm ?
tell you those dealers are regu-
giving ton' I suppose you take that
lar sharks. So she'didn't take and
tvel Now. tee here, my man." lIe it Ns
listen to this, Van Holden she
says
NO ADMISSION
northed oat tM ebeek between bis / FEE
; fingm.If ehe's willing to lose the furniture for
the sake of the adventure she's \
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Lott Uvt paid for It, aald the a
lily Idly "I shall of course not take found her affinity. / :
"For pity's sake Bobble hushr cried
i It. I lad Dot uDdentood"I -
Tray 40 not consider me In the his wife- "Cant you eee you're worrying Va

: Batter uU' Van Holden. with equal Nora Bout your lunch." /
"Did the man get the desk. Miss Mc \
Porter &
pft tlH'M."l shall not take It now. Dexter
H. thrett tbe check into his vest pockIt Collough inquired Van Holden with

It the abopkeeper'a dirty fingers courteous Interest
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she ,
"Probably BO. I left him there
closed tlawllke over the lady's card. s
answered vindictively. "Mr. Berden, lathe
la
Tpbohtff green rep? Varnish!
M. I lose $20, yes-but-you take it- old Hotel Royal open to visitors \
I k "Why don't you go back and seer s
"*p toy word
"Xq" uid the lady; "I shall not take asked the man'across the table Insist : TT3Proprietors.

It My eard." She slipped It back Into .entlj. \
"The hotelr she inquired, surprIo :a
U* M.*; "I do not care for the
"\ ; the antique store": :/
4steAlwft" She walked to tbe door.
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inkling tin skirts away from contamination "Because I am not sufficiently inter ;,r \ /v v It' ,, v It' "' ''' '' 9'' '' '' '' '' '

and turned Into the hot, ested." Van Holden smiled confidently ,. y ..
and applied himself to the salad.
threw street a slender figure in amy
room. When In the course of baIt an
hat with With the.arrival of the finger bowls .
and pale
gown a gray
hour he appeared in the street the

rwr Van oa IloUen.the wki lit brim, In the interns which the conversation Berden'a new by motor easy, the stages last, re-in trousers Ie; and the necktie had been
a cigarette -
| of regarding the shopkwper with gatta and a projected house party carefully looked as disarranged negligent: of and things the earthlyas man 1 THE BON TON. D

a Hrvring Interest "Overreached across the lake were discussed, came
he always looked. It was part of
,.......t that time Mr. Montague" he back to Miss McCollough'a adventure. I
Ms of
pose as a man genius to wear iM
rnnaitnl plea antly.Dm "So you think the man bought your-
his trousers leg and his necktie as if he
YaakeesH said Mr. Montague desk?' said Van Holden. "If he didn't t k
-I'll wager he wilL" had put them on in a hurry while ab- A beautiful line of Ginghams
sorbed in meditation. It was a harm-
"1 dar* say," said Van Holden. lie Mrs. Berden arose, shaking out her less eccentricity.The 'for Shirt Waist Suits.BiglineOfTWODOLONE
waiktv) to tbe front of the shop the I skirts. "If he saw his affinity as she .

rTv uI. it his heels and a humorous! saw her" she laughed "he may have Romance of Lisbon.

stack twitched the corners of his! mouth. bought it for her sake." Of Lisbon itself and beautiful Cintra _
DOLLAR
"That was a dirty trick of yours. And. "I was thinking of that" said Van it la scarce necessary to write. Commander J "'

by tt. way, you needn't send up that Holden. Shore in his book. "The Pleasant ,
d air I toofcfd at I don't care to deal "And some day," said Mrs. Berden Springs in Portugal," says: "I believe I
.Kh yw In future." teasingly, "she may sit on it before
there is, only one other European
Mr, Montague shrugged bla shoulders his library fire-In a soft gray gown- capital that can compare with Lisbonin Three-cornered George Washington -

.ad uft 'l up hit eyes. Van lIolden the davenport was to be upholsteredin point of situation and splendor of

tames, on hi* IH-t-lloo walked leisurely I dull green, you know." appearances Constantinople, and the Hats for Babies, Girls and '11
to*ft the street his annoyance lost in "Don't be sills Molly. We shall be
resemblance seems to have struck '
late If talk Miss Mc MIsses. PrIces 7 5e. and 1.00.
I tow of amusement I you so long other travelers besides myself. Cer- /1 $
w'lkIN Yiukw,'" he echoed to him, Collough. insisted feverishly. tainly when the morning mists! are '
Irit. Tttttt his meditation took the "Weil you never can tell" said Ber- clinging to the shores partly screening '. ass.rw !

fcw .f BMttlfnt approval "She would den. "Anything might happen, en. their beauties and lending to the scene nn5Mrt'
have twra a pk-ture on that davenport Van" the charm of mystery that Turner PRICES REDUCED

after n was done in green, with her "I should think that was quite possible loved, Lisbon does seem like an enchanted \'a
fc elsf. Tack of coloring rather, Hel- ," said Van Holden. city." What could one say
K I1rplen! Anything doing! Come "Of course." said Berden. "Come up mor*?-London Tatler. To come and look means a purchase. ,

M'ft *(*! haw lund at the Co!\mopoIt- and see us, old chap." .;
t "We're going to motor out to west

t."TUafs where I'm going now," said : end for dinner tomorrow night Don't Ttie Great( Headache Cure.BromoPepsin,
**.**. "You Ire just the man I want. you want to come?" echoed his wife.
ft) taking tbe girls to lunch to- "I do" said Van Holden earnestly. Mrs. C. W. Bache. I II

fey, Molly baa a girl visiting her you "But Miss McCollough hasn't asked I
bow Youll jllllt round out the party me yet." / ,
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sad malt t>* happy foursome. Oh. "Will you come?" asked Miss Me- "Note the Word Pepsin." $ TT'r: ';r: 7rT:7r: 1
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t.sae OL Any IN here Van-what Collough, with level defiance and !1 I
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$4 that deal you r.l In cotton something else in her gray eyes. r Cv Headache, Indigestion 1:
)"Ivy Iayr That day Mr. :Montague sold the U R E I! The Hi.tory of )la.. T 1. U(* tJ.* n tkfctartlni > tfML '
Tlr uuntereil down the street, deep davenport ) VOn Insomnl, mousuess i I The ecclesiastical fiuiborlties dirt is from tfc* f...t at tae Ira _

*. 41.<....k>u. until lUrdt-n ,topped i the history of man into six ages: First, i there tI a at.INet ,.. Tbee It si. _
s$4.k 1JJot'.: 1're got to go over GJ" dtT'. Affectation. the Spot. t. from Adam to Noah; second from line. ltd .ae fuel .t .w .,+esse
14 ..... blamed store and meet those There was a great deal of innocenceIn II Noah to Abraham; third from Abraham until It ttf........ evils Mis rr isatoward "*t

a\r\a. You .o on and engage a table: Harare Greeley as well as not a lit Ho Opiates.absolutely Harmless. I to David: fourth, from David to' ta. te<.r ..... .f .. t$ sea i
that', a good fellov. Order the lunch, tie affectation. lie was rarely seen I the Babylonish captivity; fifth, from (It This we tM M4 Itf. W ....... ie ...!

It 'W tt aat to; you do it Utter than vrlthiut one trousers leg carelessly All DnUiJu. lOt. M4. ui SOs t the captivity of Jndah to the birth of i hollow <*f tb. twit K 4wrt.-s a ...
1 uybow. I '''AD'' be lour caught In the upper part of his boot. For Sal By i Christ; sixth from the birth of Christ at takldl .... ... if tt rtaetrrl+. .'
II. Matted off, like a distracted and a necktie with a bow under hisear to the end of the world. tH boiluw of tfe* ,.... N Iswas s slwr

*|tr i.g la ttutn clothe and a pana- : Once In the public room of a I The City Pharmacy Steamship Manchuria on Reef. lift. This... u the tress 1..k4....

**.*. I; 4 Van lla'd..n Kt forth tl'On.. hotel a friend of Greeley's kindly pulled: I' Honolulu Aug 21.-The Pacific Mall on* oa tb. foot Tb etutw

W* %..rat of a tab* He found one In down the disarranged trousers leg and LIVE OAK, FLA. steamship Manchuria is '0)1 & reef at bate beta to 4oct.4 "If' ti4.4
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jl. 'StiTB3.THE. ISSpES. : J j f' !S.Inc'ereli9bUged' to', you. '. .. ',Jt t1J-tu ir j s+

SAOAILY'KMWRATNJUED :" ir.4BrraQs peecuin'lladi8oairTa butwe decline to be Inveigled.P "< :&
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<< -'" .- 'master- : t uthbught greats and good frfend,Roosevek '
t", : S .. EVERY AfTERNOOHHCETT : and 'diction and. will'rauVjVwith the man you are hunting for. It .

;.a- .. ,<, SUNDAY.DBUSHB6. J : hla best :oratorical. wqrk. .i.would. be right in his line to referee .

t' .!regret that its great length precl JY9j I that tremendous issue and ,add,1f-to 1lI.... .. .. .-Uf1JJI

r-j ja jrY iu COIPAKT.uBatered its publication in the. Democrat.( i the Portsmouth treaty as ,another '

f.c.f/.:. -: we give the following synopsis of ItI I claim upon the admiration and grati- Mineral Springs, Hotci **
BO far as it states his personal coa-jtui{ ,of mankind. Again thanks but
t. Live
at' the post-office. victious of what the issues of the next jf:we don't wish any of the pie.T HOT AND COU.tMtvr1tlm1.11 ",_to. iJJlq.: -
t OaY. Florida as Second Class Mail WATER IN CVEftYft&tf.PHONE i..X h1* kUW t** -- ,,--

..tXr.oTember 7, 1905. presidential campaign/should: e.ABnd I CONNECTION*. WtU__ 11I4 s '" ....
| f ...'. it is that that the masses of the ol'. Thev Democrat is taking up more '.

"" erican people are chiefly Interested [jftfn\; a little of its editorial spaceB&ese '

;: 'THE. DAILY; DEMOCRAT, wiu be ,In.HIs speech:was a clearcctrontline I days In reproducing the kind RATES HEA80imUgffi r! gaig=te_ -

z .min=d to any part of th e United :of his ideas as to what theocratic Dem i;-jrords.said of its recent enlargement
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'States, postage prepaid, for '5.00 policy shoufd bed I. The elec-ran change of form by its State con- ADDRESS PARKfiOTEkDOffUWrMKfiBEAUTFUL < .
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f per year; J2.50for, sit months don'of United States narorJ by'tfle!temporaries. And we make no apology _

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$1:25 for three months, or 'people; regulation of trusts by the | or,excuse for doing so, for it ia -"-- "

:: 10 cents for fire weeks, in advance government: a universal eIght-hour .I duty and pleasure combined to show

I I'i 'Delivered to any part of the city day: a setlement of ,international I our prompt and, cordial appreciationof WOMEN

i "fey.Carrier for 10 cents per week I disputes by arbitration: rather than the praise and good wishes of our AND

t. i by resort to force and revision of the professional brethren, and it wouldbe STRONGMEN :

; DEMXRJ11C4NOSt4VEES.. i tariff were some of his points. Mr. the_ churlishness of.a: boor to makes

Bryan declared however that he was public acknowledgement of these aon toss beasts ant
f i atrearth WbA kidney ch.. ?
";*,.For ilaaber 'of Cong-rasa, Cud CangreasiaaalDistrict merely expressing his own opinion 1(I generous courtesies. People who don't caw tuta itself oa tis.el. *t* 4 -
'- and not attempting to forecast the i like that kind of reading can skip It But do not Uspalr "
-" FRANK CLARK of Columbia. I' x
t | policy of his party. and there's no time lost or harm DR.XcGEE'SBACKACHS _

For JujtjM of the Supreme Court: Sir. Bryan declared the done. AND a '

CHAS. B.: PlRKflILLof EseambuL.JAMES were the great issue of the trustS SIDNEY CURB = -

B.WHTTFIELD. of Leon.
called for the enforcement of the Major George Butler. the genial win brio* yea back to &*. i. -
and hsaiuu Do.', 'r'rt 0011 =
z 'For lUifrafcl OnmmiwionenNEWTON criminal clause of Sherman 'antitrust veteran down on the Inverness: Chronicle these plo ia U .bae Jr-uai t t'' if/

A. BUTCH'of LtTT. law and the placing of trust keeps an eagle eye on his Flor .'..u Rs&." l..iL.7, ftC.. ''t.: .:- I -Ii -
HUDSON BUBa.'of Dade. ustoii, bea acJ1.-uivy .1 l
controlled articles on the free list. Ida exchanges and he has noted the au point to JLUtaer BooaeW in aa. of its farms. O.west '
For Member ,He went into' the question of the recent enlargement in the Democrat t, -'top Oil Umfel 4lM**. : 1I

"':-''" ,W.ILK W. R. DO 7OE'IS government :ownership ,of the railroads -I which moved him to speak as follows In um. vroadMiul by barla rcjMdy a bdttt*to.*tttei :- It ,

at 'great length and declared in the last Chronicle:' our. A cure ear tot H&tiB E r' h .
ForTu Acttesor; *ti'Bu Lumbago and v+ II -
that what he had seen in other n"The Live Oak Daily Democrat
A. D. HEJ.D[ NG. cou Brlcb.fi DUMM. At yourdranut'vsoe '
,. '' tries had and '1.UU a ?i? ra't '
c -I: served, strengthen his conviction J. F. Sherwood's paper has been enlarged botu
Tax Collector _
: For LLT j -
.> JAN ItEEBS on the subject. Ha saw no to five-column quarto. \Va

l" ;: .(" .. .d" "; danger: in centralization, however, are only too glad to note this evidence

:: '. .For Caaatr'Iteaaarer: and: for Ibis reason "advocated tfederal h e of prosperity. Here in Inverness we LITE OAK DRUG COMPANY -
: ,0. D. LOR1)
j ownership of 'the ,trunk lines all know that Mr. Sherwood is one

and the state ownership of the local the best -- ,-.,. ..-- ----
"' For Member of School Board: lof men on earth, and is deserving 1- -
: t
*'+ Y.A.ADAJI& lines. of success: As his editorial WHERE TO WOilSlilP 1 ship -II' t II "

8 11. CARVES. The 'speaker gave the' presidentsome writer he has Joe Dixon.who is undoubtedly sutfJAY.i Hard* at 1..1.. &s*. '

; f.J E.E.- WISE. praise for what he termed his one of the best in the i tai Iwtt at cw. as,: > ay

!__!.'.) .' adoption 'of Democratic ideas. South although we do not always BAPTIST CII t"RCIi. |,I ttuMifM frt+ **| rs -, .
For'Member Board Coontj Cammigaia&ar*! Meeting of the' Bible School at 1
U. I BUBNETT. agree; with him; nevertheless, he is ''e-Itrau
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J. C. DA V1S. Over in the beautiful little city 0 widely quoted and endorsed, and perhaps Quit a Nero4 ec KRDowliug .

J.H.GRANT. Huntsville, Ala., the good women are we have no ground for criticism. ent. hit t+tw ....t, _

1.; W. A. TISON: 1 exulting because in a recent election ." 4 Meeting of the Young People at train ovr Ac ...** \.1
L J: .DEMPSET. 4 led )fro Tucker.
p. m. by
the saloons Gulf .
-- were overthrown and a Kattreal *81.
: dispensary substituted. But the.It'e We to Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. '
Yt are sorry learn that, Miss
The Live,' Oak Dally Democrat Is for m., and 7:30 p. m. Mr. J.operator. )I. HuJu...
little\ cause congratulation. Nellie E- Beck, long society editor of| + .
now an eight page. paper, and .bne of Morning theme: "Cod's Appeal to
No device of modern Pensacola frem
times can breed the Journal, has severed: S.M u _
the best la the state too.--StarkeTelegraph. Man for Consecration"
drunkards faster, or makes more or her connection with that paper and a rv dayi
At night the general tbt"D'fill
worse drunkards that the so-called gone to Denver Colorado, where she

to. ?- ( ...'. dispensary. It is 'an 'unmitigated will make her' home. Miss Beck is be Revival, and will be the beginning In:.'"' l\ttl 1tf is rKays
It is aaldjihat a nw paper is to be of series of
curse a several sermons on the
in any community, and a.striking not only a practical working,journal*
;.: started ia [Lire, Oak .Certainly .not"tofilla same subject. The special, subject
illustration of the fact that there I 1st'but she is a graceful polished I"tt.. terry;

long felt want," becausethey.haTe.asoo4jDne can be no compromise with evil no cultured writer, who.hAS done ,much foi1 Sunday night will be "Spiritual lfcrEt tart t salmi

..there, npw.- .1 j half-way measures In attacking and excellent.;work on various papers ,In Farming..*' Tot Sea Ilt64 CWat .
Lake Indei. >
,- City: I.I *defeating" it.. ,.. this stat The> whole State Press Everybody is invited. Come and of this dir haw ,., --
help us help others.METHODIST.
Y .;jbhalMeDaniei and W. 9 Osborn gang will wishjfor her a pleasant and | hauled tbtk""at F u

|. will Boon'tIh',atart "ajnew- paper:at Live, What." the absence.;of" organizationand prosperous future.. Journalism' is' a. finery and !n eesa4 'h, .
: co-operation will do for the farm peculiarly appropiat@ fieldfor CfailCH. .
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art prepared te $
f 'bk ,*iirl05born ff Star < t
weU'knowja'in ere and what presence H Howard Dutffl, Pastor.
its
& sville' will do for bright; ambitious frames of cUlt\.vat. than ever b14 .. t1 .
.Galn where'e
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was for seteral the people who Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. 1..1
buy the farmers' ed
'minds tenacious
produce purpose' and C. N. HildrtOi$ Jr .
|i( years connected with the Hill Printv E
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,.was.well illustrated at the Valdosta abundant and Roberson suPerintendent. ,
: energy we would be the work
[ pn**'Ih t t. '
fbg Company. He is one of the best Mission i w
Sea Sunday- talk
Special
Island if
on
r Cotton Convention glad! we had dozens more of them
ante of
prompt aa4 :
Job printers in the country.- -Gaines4 \ '
mission
by the and the
Friday Vice President Williams. in Florida than we have. There.ls pastor offering On Tbur df thefirs' "
Sun. '
vUle t fe'- ? of. Alachua county, when he said in room for them and they should be of the classes for the cause of r[considerable q,a tit> *-. .-

his speech that he remembered when encouraged to in. A missions. I
come nice
good
the
a gin. sad si aq. Of
Governor .Broward hold forth in
'; sea island cotton was selling for 35 woman Is, of course, the best instl Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:30 I this afternoon
f K tat
Jasper today bn
>n the 'drainage IssueI 1<
m., by the
p. pastor.
4S cents a pound and Coats thread for tutlon in the world as
-S Si and he will doubtless have a largeI everybody At the right along and Uw ..... "*'
35 cents a dozen spools. The threadmakers knows but when with all her native morning hour baptism and good.THK.
audience to talk ,
to. It is
> impossible organized, held each other to grace and goodness she combines the reception of members and the Sacrament .

not to admire tM Governor's imp rtegather by bonds and some time afterwards qualities and accomplishments of a of the Lord's Supper.At '
save energy .and tenacity of Mr.KTIMJ AT .. -
purpose -
'the
cotton was selling, at 15c and bright large-minded, well-trained evening hour, -the special
I on the issue, and whether he wins or thread a\ 1 revival subject will be nl\1<<1t,
Sac a dozen spols. continued-
newspaper women she is just i
\ loses, be can.always take comfort in simply subject: hUt> I The best BHetlftf w. e=

. the fact that he did his best to redeem The bright Alachua Post in 'its last the most, "fetching" creature in the Lord.*' l1alring the Altars of the II I held at the atevt rfcu. f

issue hands the Democrat world and can subdue, and civilize a -
; his promise. the following Members of the Methodist tan Friday bed* iMla a.Sg
churchare
delightfully fragrant bouquet wild-and-wooly newspaper office August and tte.*4 'f ,,-_
specially urged'to be
Yes by all means for the whiteloafer which we acknowledge with warm quicker and better than any other the church present that ins the palter. H.vconductlBf 8
known Even may get ready for the
agency. a two-line
and bum too, We adopt the appreciation: per coming meeting in the M.* ';

amendment of the Miami. Metropolis "The Live Oak Daily Democrat sonal from such a source has a charm Every body October. five additions i.
to a recent paragraph in the Damnot satisfied with its past excellence peculiarly its own and when she come. the people of <*. -->

ocrat concerning negro vagrants in has blossomed out from a folio to a passes through all the inter-mediate PRESBYTERIAN were raised to a bit" .

which the Metropolis says: "This is quarto form and other improvements stages and gets up to leader writing, Services CH rucli. Christianity. a4 Wo t '

no doubt true, but don't leave intire will soon be added to the paper i that sue can impart a dignity and grace There will at 11 be a. m., by pastor vailed thronghaat4, ss a s

the white loafer and bum. They rill place it far in advance fall the themes which the other sex can never night. no services Sunday that the MIDI N&4t"InIt

Just as capable of and guilty of committing Interior dailies Both in hews and achieve. Give us more women in Sunday-school ing and that we mismettlng "!o" s

crime as the negro. Both local services will be Included In the Florida journalism not amateurs at 4 p. m. ot....
promised who get quickly discouraged but Prayer Meeting Wednesday night. .
should and must go." Improvements. BrothSherwood' ambitious There ,,
was
All Invited a IMX rs f
to
women of mind attend these services
and
el newspaper qualities areas purpose ner provided on the | .......
who go at it to make it the
Booker Washington addressed the: pre-eminent as the Missouri'mule, business
r MAT tit
which b known of their lives and love it for its SECOXDD'E.r CHURCH.
t negro business league up in AtlutaQie for its superiority the own -..

other day and in the course of world over. As long as Sherwood sake. Regular services at the usual hour THE TEXT *

his speech he talked in the following M at the helm the Democrat will be conducted by the pastor, Eld. H. ,-. I THMThillt ?

-. frank and sensible way about crime an the raft.H Several months ago Capt. W, H. Skipper. \

among the members Lyle. one the best known officers The subject for 11 o'clock a. m. -
,. of his race, and Claiming that there la a lack of of the Florida State troops will be: "Is Conversion and If the Park prawn,..
>- jf other negro orators Including was plated Regeneration
theme
special knowledge regarding Everglade siren us aance tnarr. .. ..
on the retired list the Same yl a -1\
his
preachers will talk. in theY upon own
strain it may have some good effectin drainage among the newspaper request. Since that time the Suwan At 7:45. the subject will be: The than TCI"4. ., r.t' -

men of Florida, the Live Oak nee Rifles has been Second Coming of pre+nted last a***< a ,
without
Christ
inducing;: a ca treated I
to
negroes Cper'ate Democrat p.
rays \o matter which I tain. Last week the under four divislolns. It It tote,... all U- -
with the company
:whites in met
running down sad that
way iisue
may be decided in No- and without Capt. Lyle's a popular twoi.apathos
capturing the criminals of the knowledge -
e negrorace renter, no far it Is ,
as involved in andcombined 18..ltOIll s
or
: consent again elected him as com PROSPEROUS LAFAYETTE.Assessed -
the .
proposed constitutional amendment mander. This as4 tie .
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'On the was an honor well .
Jlegroe$ part hate
we
a the decision all
will not reflect : the point
-L duty.. Our leaders should see to it any conferred. There is no officer in the Valuation Xowgg1'tgatf'tl
= discriminating knowledge of the subject State militia that Tonight '" dramas3
is
that the criminal negro is gotten ridof better qualifiedthan $2,381,380; an Increase of ** .
on the *!
part of the most .
voters, for he. popular ..el
While I
he is
whenever a strict disci 433 Over
possible, One of the elements Last lean
ninety-five /
per cent of us don't know plinariap the Th. merits *t .... ,
men under him Mayo, Aug. 1"
in our present situation that enough about the recognize 31.-The tax books for
subject to It
warrant r
I'
the fact cuaraoHv tlMI
Eivea me most concern ia the that he is right .and LaFayette county for
Urge nyln 1906
> voting one way or the oth ef. obey his which companies (4ay 4 i ..
commands ;
with
are now about
number of crimes that are being tomThe Issue alacrity completed show
would be more nearly settled Capt. Lyle is also a same will W wet ....
City valuation
muted by members of our race. The Marshal o f of real estate of
right if it f 1.9
were left to Gov. 51-
Bro- and
Live Oak, the largest city in 133 It U new .....,
negro is committing too much crime ward and the the interior ; personal property, $312,2(0 .
Times-Union, with ; French ..
a of the State and he and for tk. ( ....
north and south. We not be perform railroad
... can too capable and Impartial third party to property $118,187 or Parts.'ew .
as1 ,
"(rank'or .too strong in discussing the give the deciding vote." If the his duties to the satisfaction of al a total assessment of $2,381,559. at
matter .

This is are rond....-,....w .
:; rm that.the committing of crime is were so referred the Times-U concerned. Too many honors valuation an increase over last year'. Th. C W.ay ..... ::1" "
& to our race Let us stand upno could name as a "third party" not be heaped of $884,423.
most upon Capt. W. H. Lyle will art |.tv '... -s
__ Ight and speak' out and act in exactly fitting the description given Inverness Chronicle. Col. Fred W. Butler and family, leg it 10:11: MPrktt rIw

*twit )Wm. J1ttll.* direction> no one quite equal to the judicial whQ came here A few months ago opening ,.... 11..1 e -
'
: rt' then let 'uatfcfrfc'ltn minded will leave today for Live jh"Ift'
1 &our and
$ and, clearheaded Oak. where
Editor Try Daily Democrat hr' .. .
.fit ; only 10e "F ,
they :
: do"their art. Sherwood miD future-
; ..tor. .. j> tlmi !f-rTime3tTnion week reside. CoL Dlltlet d
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-.. :'.. ... -- ...'-"'::."""" .'-.'.- --:{,'' 4eUnl't'd. ;has entered into a law ?pot.

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Dr.OrB..Smitlison: one of.the. With eT<*y 23' cents purchase yon

m,. war-fit-:: good'cltizen of.the thriving town of get a chancLeo the' beautiful presents s ",- -
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$ ; V ofnis iii; the city for a Iw !IJ1 .ourr" SHoir:Window.'! Snrwjj& :
,..- ;: 'daJ mingling with his Jaanrfrlends.: ra\v@,. ; :' COMING TO" LIVE OAK
.... YtI?Know, And Some You *" *- > .t .. J, . .

Is 'it Usa:Annie Hemming'left L I lUll [ __
Dtett KnoW' : A. M t.Cot-\11at; ? today for .
Madison'where she has ... .
:been engaged
',,"... I' 'I : -Mr. and Mrs. J, 'McTharln- and as .a teacher in the.Graded( ,schoolsof Return of the Fa1 -

..... .r'ta toj In Llie oat children Who have'been at Bowling that city .
Park for a_ month passed through
, Live Oak today enroute to their, We carry a large stock of fine For One Week Commenc-

i i a.JIb&t U It? home at Madison.New visiting.cards, and print them neatl"I
to. In any style desired at the "

- bM jam w* the handoitte)f rmnt3to line'o1 utings in the delicate c office. I ,, : ing Monday, Sept. 3,,

fret ",..,* Wladoif" you got A shades' for f haust arrived at --

" Mr"-1 rt .fefc rt"7 93 rfftia purchase? .The Bon To, I- 2t Misses Fannie, Lena and BennIe
r A I'uern.t& r Thurmond returned last night from TheC.1 Park DramaticPresenting

The Worth-Stephens Company are :an extended trip to points in Geor

$ mil Tedder of Fenholloway.t repairing their ,cotton warehouse and i gia.
; a hers ..|. getting ready for handling Ihe, fall -, Some, key views ,pf Suwannee in their own canvas theatre, WMeft >>

.-.. business. Cotton Is already beginning River theYBest yet, are among the waterproof and lighted with electricity tk b$4

II itlftRtQ& of Lake City, was to move and, these people, as mammoth Artlection of post cards on plays before the American peo nle. All New Yerk

4U1 f**Ur4ay ca baalneu. nsual will do,everything possible to sale at thfe Oity Pharmacy, successes. "Northern "At Cripple CretJc**

Irk: give good seryise and prices. "The Runaway Match Wedded and Parted"Wto
tor
fee J C |.jl* hllh inUl Good for the cough ,removes ,the j "
.v.kt tiihta. r---Ut Dotted swlU at Miss M. V. Edwards I cold, the cause of the cough That's Women Sin "Tennessee Partner, "Under Two

at 8 anllO cents per yard. the work of Kennedy's ,Laxative Flags," Dora T orne,"- and many others. .

ttlltr W, A. Jordon came up from Honey and Tar-the original laxa- ; 1
l3-Iltf Park this morning. .a Prof E..C. Boyd, principal of the tive cough syrup. Contains no opiates The Latest Moving Pictures Between t the Ad .

Wellborn High school,;is In, the.. city Sold'by City Pharmacy.Col. 14
T9fI. Traael spent Wednesday Pr of4TBoyd Is one of ,the .leading
ia Lift Oak.-M$yo Free PrnaIa. teachers In Suwannee and has gained Fred'W. Butler who for four .Matinee Sflortae flnernoon at 3 O'flottJ

_. an enviable reputation in his chosen months' has been a resident of Mayo f.
.." net at tbe /Restaurant profession. his fromed partnership with Gary:. People's Popular Prices

tfct oaly whit mtAraat la the A. Hardee of Live Oak, and with his CHILDREN, 25c. ADULTS, 3&&,'
I (4.IloTetal 4. What is 8o=,n .Colt ; family left for that place Thursday. RESERVED SEATS, 15C. EXTRA.
"':'-- ; -t We found Col. Butler all right with
;
Location of Tent before
same as Opposite Union
a.. students will enter the Mr. Pool, who'recently resigned h"ls a big a, and we regret his departure; ,

thr'. Bttdnru College Monday position with Arthur Lewin, one of but he has our best wishes for success Depot. 1

this city's enterprising and prominent .-Mayo Free Press.
.
Sirs L L. Taylor and SIll Mamie ,merchants, will have charge of

taor see Acre from Mayo shopping the collection, department for Virginia Miss M. i. dwards baa Just received -- ...

for: a portrait om.pany.: :'a bea /Uul line of silks she
c.S.bratf4 U 0 ost an" 'i will offer thi week to her customersat A LIQUID GOLIw .

will fo at fj.00 r air for WANTED-Positron W a young bargain rfrfces. 29-4t AN 0LAXATIVE t
4 Mil taw daya. II..fL Black- man, graduate of Ph /delphia High

-. 9-1 School. Address up \are of ,this A.E.Wrlgglesworth,foreman of the (COUGH S\W
'
office. I ', tf. Democrat Job office and the chief cook ';,; QI' \
C B. )UeUod of Dexter, Fla.. laN and bottle-washer, Uncle Sam returned '.
/-t
for a few day with the home Eugene H. Pichar ,'who, Is book today from'a four weeks' campon 111

tali* keeper for the Live Oak Bank, hs Fenholloway river, a few miles TIE -.
purchased the Dr. Caswell home on down the stream from Hampton

Van Buren street.. Some time during Springs. Mr. Wrigglesworth has NEW
Ktw ready made dress its at the month of October, Mr. and Mrs. been feasting' on "swamp kid,"
it** M V, Edwards. J n meatfar Pichard contemplate ,keeping house. "chicken," and fish; which makes IDEA
la Uit Oak. *9-4t mighty living, .
Cc r. rir
LOST between the beibocrat office .
r frank R Blmma, a prominent _citi- and City Pharmacy, yoy monkey. Somethingfine. new? So-Bl-Col .'- NO LIGHT SO RARE Tbs KU Clow ... Vitae ..." lit ii

'ca of JJontlrello wu a visitor here '1.00 reward for retur to the Democrat Nor yet as soft and brilliant as I'fIi7
.....,cta,. office., I \ Couple evening at the skating rink "A Cold er a Co\lb warty ahwyt yrf
shoeS 1 the electric light. Maybe you aces constipitlea-th viter til ran to &t
"J.It ftBfit: StollJhton" S. < yesterday'evening'waif very pleas
$4... ,ten daja. ; o 'better" ;'Missea Sa1lle"TiiJl.n" ;" OllveJJl'm'er" :: ', ant,!"and> several" hundred- people wer@present grant that, but are dubious as t ,eves he, DOSS system and through threat Ifufeid t4 flyer tf aa4 pavusf ktaBya ell

auto{ in any 18.00 )>o\ H. A. Em Parkhill and Mena Turnbull / -Forty 'or fifty c 5uple$'were" cost. If you are the least bit in ,For the want of moUtar the fete*)**

I.r.. \ 9-1 came up from Dowllng Park yesterday on the floor' and among;the number terested in electric illumination, dryland hard." Nearly all ether cooP n*ware
constipating.anaeUIly than cestaiate*
and were the guests of Mrs. C. were some graceful skaters. J. C. ask about appliances, fixtures OpUta. N R. Pracock of PI Demount, was T. McDaniel. Misses .Turnbull-and Lyle enlivened< things by1'appearing.I wiring-anything about "every Tar moves the bowels conUin M Claw,
ft tie city yesterday and registered Parkhill returned to their home at on the floor bedecked In''a skirt and; '

I t It.t Etbcl.I MbnticeUo last' night., Misses Taylor shirtwaists, ,but .lack. ,of ease "and' thing electrical." We are well KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE
and Ulmer will return today. grace were notlcable. A man alwaysfalls posted and our information is at

\ ;.TM at b-so.llJ.Col. and acts 'awkward when udr :r' your disposal--see us if you maen
'See HelvenstOI1 then about that sed up." ; business. comntuaHONEYTAR
I I*, J, A. Smite a, one of Well* accident Insuranc / They have just I

, MTB'I mOlt prominent physicians, is what you are, looking for and it costs en housand yards of calico, all -
J. C. LYLE.
tit city today. but $1.00 per thoAand per annum. shad and colors, suitable for young *
oltfsLgoing cents gST Reflexes Colt by worth g that did
Little and at 5 per yard. of the system through a copious efliA td
Dt 1'Itt's Early Risers. Pleas- Col. Carter of Mayo, deputy grandmaster The LadleX Emporium. 2t LIVE OAK, fLORIDA.BARQIN I the bowels
a' littl pills that do not gripe or for this district, is visitingthe ... Relieves Coughs bj cleafistitf a&j
.hL Bold by City Pharmacy. Masonic lodges in this section of- Prof. Stephens, of Iowa, arrived in strengthening the mucous mmbnfiM tl
fically. Last night he visited the: the city today. He came to take the & i, the throatchutlunpw brocchW Isbu.For .

KOTJCB-Fine JaclS or sale orCarpenter Wellborn lodge' and tonight he will principal's place in the Southern Croup. Whooping Coufi,Z4
Influenza, Bronchitis and .U
qtr arrT1ee. Apply to D 'be with the Rocky Sink sink. He isis Business College which was left vacant EDWARDS Cold, Lnnt and Bronchial, aSKUwn as
'an*., Fla. w3m: i a most excellent gentleman, and by the resignation of Prof. remedy is equal to KenntJT'i I.&MtJn
a prominent attorney of Mayo. Vigus. Prof. Stephens comes highly Honey tad Tar. Ctfliiw Uk i!. t

J. ... Malrtoa, came op from Tampa recommended and has a large experience Put up In t5c,60s and" .00 bottlM ftt tM let* II
38 acres in South oratonr of c.a o.witt*o..Chkqe,u.....
St tight and U the guest of Mrs. Childrenhreecornered Colonial in the work. He will take

men Lb'+rla. IFDa hats for scRpol wear, 50c. 75c and up the workj at once' and we predicta City Pharmacy. 1
East Live Oaklying
51.00 each A The Bon Ton. 2t boom for the Southern Business ,;1 I ____________
RENT bWeral four and six- College, which is one of the best PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
East of Ohio
cottatM.yyply at this office. Mrs. It. P. Hopkins, who was ,de- schools of Its kind In the South. ,, .
entertained at the hospit-
lightfully
I Avenue. Li E.ROBEKSON. JLB.U4U.
H. to Beach, a hurtling dry goods able home of Mr. and ?Mrs. Joel DeWItt's Witch Hazel Salve Is best. j & SMALL
tssmma ef Lynchburg, U at the Tucker, at Richmond, was called Get DeWitt's. Good for everything TJOBERSON& ,
This is desirable
home Thursday on the acount of the a salve is used for, including piles. a

illness of Mr Hopkins, whom the Sold by'City Pharmacy I ATTORNEYSATLAW.
tract for subdivision .
Mlu Bertha Ilgginbothamgnbotham. wh'obe Democrat is pleased to learn is now -

z a B flatting Mrs. W. F. Wasdln. convalescing. Mr.: Wash Fletcher, "of O'Brien, to the City of Will do general practice in State and
t Yesterday for Wellborn. who tas been a reliable and good citizen Federal Courta.

LOST-BJtwerti Live I Oak and of- this county for years has
Live Oak. Within
|C vaBBe y BAerfr has opened inC Wellborn Ipoketbook containing bought property in Dade county and ROOMS 1 AND 1 [SuiuL Liw* 8uu>s..

1m T. McDa\lfel store, opposite about $65 an several checks. Liberal will leave for there next'week to look five minutes walk LIVE OAK.'hOK&: No.:190. FLORIDA.
ea." boose. \ Fresh' cakes and reward wiMbe paid for return of after his interests. He will not move

4&111.-8 >lnnee Bakery. pocketbook ana contents to the Democrat his family until later. We regret to '
of Court House. C.S.BBOWM.
r.z.T.o.,8OII.
t --1* office./ I know that "Uncle" Wash is to leaveus

[MI4t Baal, Wiggins a handsome --- as Suwannee county can Illaffordto Lots BROWN .& THOMASON,
C. P. Dickenson who has taught 150 yards
un; lady of the Pine Grove section lose such a good, staunch. Christian
: several successful terms of ,
very
the city today shopping.A. man. PHYSICIANS
& SURGEONS
I school In this county, left today for from this proposi- ,

Williston where he has been appointed i
dt B. Small, a prominent at- Subscribe for the Daily Democrat tion LIVE OAK. : ; FLORIDA.
principal of the public school. ; are selling to-
; 4i7 ef Lake City, 1* in Live Oak .. and keep posted on current events

locking after legal maters. He inch is a a gentleman.good teacher We congratulatethe and every of our tast growing town. day at $1,000. L. M. DIXON,

of the Williston school in
4 11 t. t! all kinds and patrons The Democrat la in receipt of a,

IIIt flaaUty ;: had, from J. C. securing his services., card from Mrs. J. P. Hilburn, requesting 1 V ,DENTIST. -
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, 1it f 29UE. us to change the address ol f
Our students are all accept! '" $6,500 ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE
her Daily Democrat from Monteagle,
Jirtw .. Key of Quincy, was in dons new ones wanted at on to Tenn., to ,Trinidad, Col., where she t WORK, : SPECIALTIES.
sett take their -pla.es.-Southern si- have'bee spending i ..
? iMtcrday, accompanied by I and her son, Oscar,
f fci... They were guests at theft : ness College.C. the summer. Oscar will return for the 38 acres. : jyr E. BROOME,

T* thUe her. A. Neal has gone to Mayo to takea I to Florida and attend the SouthernCollege .
position with' the New- York Racket I I at Sutherland, while Mrs. Hil

p "Klaf C tton- again. Store of that pla
be,congratulated on securing his : Trinidad, Colorado.. Mrs. Hilbun 1 Real Estate and Investmentsi { LIVE: OAK. ; FLORIDA. .

tit t.! lr. a. Bather, who was visit- valuable, services, as he is a. gentleman was in 'poor health when sh

* | M U* Rome of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. of, ,rare. courtliness and a,salesman left; the.r\ for Ionteat @., bjij ,jthj; BAISDEN 'BUILDING will ol practice ttteation la given ifl the to toart COOVCTUCM of the SUU.CtOaetiM 8p w' .!

fw .. Wit *w6f re\urneltD ,pi ,.superiorPost merit-Alaetna, Democratnow is pleased to lea P.te.il a" ..., .. I of ell Renta t.." EtL AQ buincM,prooptly. att ad.r .
Ci E in excellent health. Phone 196 j - -
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,1&11.Sam. Kendall; of' Philiipsburg, 20th; 1906. .
.it with Buck- $22.2-nalkS, Texas, and return. "
Kan '"lust,cover over
'ten'.'Arnica Salve and the Salve will Tickets sold October 6th and it' s.:

for 7th. Final return limit .21 '
do t the rest" Quickest cure Quality :
Burns, Bolls, Sores Scalds Wounds, days from date of sale. QJ \

.! Piles, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Chapped $32.80. -Buffalo, X. \.. and _return. ,: '1t .
Hands.. Sore Feet and Serf Eyes. Tickets sold October lOth< ,
Only.25c at Barclay &Groover's drug 11th and 12th. Final return '

(tor Guaranteed.. limit, leaving Buffalo October

',' <" 19th, 190$., : wtN5THE"j.
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Known by Instinct $10.60 Xew Orleans, La., and:re- j

To understand war, says the anther turn. Tickets on sale October -
of "A People at.School_ ." Is an Instinct. 12th to 15th, Inclusive. j'

';, To, Illustrate the aphorism he' tells a Final return limit October,,30, :
[ "$tory of an English general whose understanding 1906. By depositing ticket $I W.J \ ,
of sounds was ,phenomenal with
One night. he says, after dinner Special,Agent New Or- :
F ,they were all sitting talkg at headquarter leans, and paying fee of 50c, /1

'ti *. They were expecting an attack an extension of return limit ,t
and sentries and pickets, were can be secured'unt11 November /
i posted far out beyoiSi the stockade. 30, 1906.$17.63Memphis : .
t Suddenly we heard one shotOf Tenn., and return. ." ':;J
t course every one Jumped up.' The bugle Tickets sold October 15th, ,:
: sounded; the men fell In; the officer -. 16th, 17th, and 18th, Final T XT E ,0W HAVE ON EXHIBITl =
1. $ ran to their posts. General Sy-
alone bad not moAfter listening return limit October 30th. By /! VV
..' nod
,: ticket with Special our show windows
Intently for a moment or two he I depositing .M ,1P.
bAd aatidown again. I myself was between I Agent Memphis, and paying A TI .
jj. two minds whether to go out fee of 50 cents, an extension
M
t 4 with one of the parties hastily assembling I of return limit can be secured
outside or to stay with the generaL until November 30, 1906. /
;; So I stood irresolutely by the DRESDEN
t'o door. S.J6.0Chlcago, Illinois and return. M 1 PAIR UANO.PAINUO YASLSl

"You can alt down. said Symons. Tickets on sale daily to September -

"It is nothing. A sentry has let off his 30th. Final return
1a4 rifle by accident That is alL"So limit October 31, 1906. .
;;: It proved. While he was leaning $38.40 Hot Springs Ark., and re 1 ,
" I '},. 'u cpon hla rifle. it had gone off and so turn. Tickets sold daily. '
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tad his fingers._ Final return limit 90 days [ 1 CHOCOLATE SET IN CASt

' .1. wait JtakM the Trout Shy: from date of sale. <,
1 The shyness of the summer trout of Daily to September 30th, round '
the still springhole is due not entirelyto trip summer tourist' tickets will be
i' his keen eye trained by the quietudeof on sale to various resorts. 'Full Information i
" i, transparent waters. It is to be credited '
schedules, time tables,
.i'. cool 1 more places to'and his deeper gregariousness.pools of The the etc.. will be furnished promptly, on M :1 HANDPAINTEDf PUNCU BOWL

trout stream are apt to be few and hive application to :
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II' the flan In schools. If the school number G. E. HERRING f .
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w3r nay, fifty fish it means a hundred I Flu. Pass Agent, L. & X. R. R., $ i '
watchful eyes and a collective Ehyneasadjlllted No. 118 W. Bay St., f "
to that of the most timid fish JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
of the fifty, whose sudden dash to safety hese goods are the finest importati '
elves the warning signal to all A T. : .
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
single nervous trout-and there are .
usually seyeral-is thus enough to scat of China obtainable and will be gr.
r ter a big school In a Cash and baffle the To the Sheriff of Suwannee County,

bopes Outing of the Magazine.angler.-Clarence Demlngla Of the State of Florida: away free of charge to the person or .


IkU Deep. Be it Known, That I, H. CLAY sons holding the lucky numbers. -
The first known. if not the original CRAWFORD Secretary of State of IM .
QM of the phrase, "Beauty is only kiD _
deep," occurs in Ralph Yenning's "O the State of Florida, do hereby give
tbodoxe' Paradoxes.** "All the bean h notice that a iM
I
t of the world U bat atm deep a General Election ,
RIme blast defaces It."
will be held in Suwannee County, .
1 Ca&t& wed is a vegetable corrective State of Florida, on Tuesday next BEGINNING SEPT. 1
for the stomach and bowels of ,
succeeding the first Monday in November
babies and, .children.. Contains no
t I A, D., 1906 the said Tuesday t
opiates and the
ingredients are on

each take. and Sold.every by City bottle.'Pharmacy.Pleasing to being Sixth the Day of November IM and continuing until Dec. 24, we will

I For One Representative of the Second

I Congressional District of Floridain with each CASH PURCHASE of 25c. _
the Sixtieth Congress of the
., Brealuag It' Gast1y
"Laura said ,Mr Ferguson as ht United States. one coupon ticket which will
battered a biscuit and passed his cof- For Two Railroad Commissioners for
fee cup for a second filling, "I donttaisa the State of Florida. .
anything but after I had come In I Two Justices of the Supreme Courtof entitle the holder to a
last night, about 11:30, I found the the State of Florida. .
bouse had been broken Into. Somebody For Two Members of the House of o "J.chance on these
had smashed a pane of glass in a :
Representatives of the State of .
basement window, crawled inside andgude Florida. IM .
his way up the stairs to the firstBoor. II beautiful
'There For County Assessor of Taxes.
hasn't been anything disturbed
For Tac Collector.For .
In the pantry, the china closet IM
or the sideboard, has there?' County Treasurer. prizes. }
"No," answered Mrs. Ferguson. For Five County Commissioners. /

"But mercy who could it have been For Three Members of the County .
and what do you suppose he wanted Board of Public Instruction.
"I suspect he rejoined, clearing his For Justice of the Peace in arid for
throat, "that I-er-did \
it
myself and the following Justice Districts .
l that I wanted to get inside without Viz: No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, None A S TO WHAT "
disturbing THE
anybody To'u had all go LUCKY NU) \
., to bed, and I had left my latchkey in 7, No. 8, No. 10, No. 11, No. 12, .
my other trousers. It will cost about No. 13, No. 14, No. 15, No. 16 and
f r 25 cents to repair the basement win No. 17. \ bers are we do not kriciir and will not know
dow. The weather man, I see, predicts For Constable in and for the follow

[. possible showers for ,today."- ing Justice Districts viz: No. 1, No. til the 24th. day of December

q Chicago'.Tribune.". 2, No. 3;No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, No. 7, ., when we expect to' .
No. 8, No. 10, No. 11
No. 12, No.
x LOW ROUND TRIP RATES 13, -No. 14, No. 15, No. 16 and a telegram from the house from whom we
via. No. 17.InTestimony. ? ik

LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. Whereof, I have here these goods telling us what the ,
three
The Louisville & Nashville Railroad unto set my hand and affixed the lucky nm, :
will sell round-trip tickets from great Seal of the State of Florida. This
Jacksonville to points shown on dates at Tallahassee, the Capital, this \ are. telegram will;then-be placed in vi.so
our \ .
Indicated. Proportionately low rates the first day of September, A. D. ; V
from other points: 1906. \ that every one
may see just what
f 11.63-Memphis, Tenn., and return. (L.S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD numbers .

Tickets on sale September 9th Secretary State. to '12th inclusive. Final r eTo J. H. RIckerson, Sheriff of Su- \
turn limit good to leave wannee County.

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It's a significant fact that the SOUTHERN RAILW"r =<. "

strongest animal of its size the gorilla
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MONEY also has the largest Iungs..Power-. ." ',;
IDLE ful longs means. powerful ereatllr s. I'TWO TBAII IS DA.tLYTO,,AS EOH Alii13-p l -

How to keep the breathing organs -

right should be man's chlefest study .
SeW>tle Mrcctive: Noveab10.11.

often lies idle Like thousands of others, Mrs. OraA C "
1 Money Stephens of Port Williams O,, Na Tw.Trsina &n. Nee DJ NOkrll ANa ta'"i

has learned how to do this. She ..1' t 55p Lvjaekaoavill..Ar '14SP'Az..J' S.IIr'; r <
opportunities for U;lQ 4 Lv.Jeesap-Az 10 0..& .J.M
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awaiting writes: "Three bottles of Dr. King's i 1 121 aOa'Ar..Coh'Ly.Savunah-Ar I ..I.Y -
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6 O mbiL.LT i :t.uAtlaaw.Ga.: &.T.Lf
New Discovery .
stopped my cough of Ie 9 66* Ar.CharlottI. :Lv T lOa Ar.EomL Ga-.S. llj.J.y
investment but these opportunities U S6a 1 12 51p ArGrea boraLT. I LSt Dsltoe a..a. L9
and cured ar
; two years me of what my 3 O6a 2 lOp Ar..Danti1le.L. Ar.Cbatan.TS.17J.y: r

friends thought consumption. 0; it's .! 6 42p Ar....RIchmond..Lv a:Op Ar.I u *ic.YQ."C.L. =- -:
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do not come grand for throat and lung trou 417 420p Ax..Lynchburg..Ly t 40p M.CiDe'.tf.OQ"c.L.'f' F .
I 6 lOp ALCharlottesvule LT 8 COp Lv.Ctne'lsattlO-i.At
v bles. Guaranteed br i 9 ..
Barclay & r..Washington LTBaltimoraLv Uo.Ar.C
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every T lOa :'Ch Ltis.Ly413o
100. Trial bottle free. 130& Ar._ New York...Lv : '
"g.'bfan 8 45p L..C ac'at'IC.H1 D -
d M.-"N York and Florida Ex23a ChtesoltvaR.oa L'f' 7'
year. Inthemeantimefthismoney Objection Rpwoy<'d. press."Daily Pullman Drawing Boom Steeping O 20ap L''......_..__..C H.!>s-As --
Port and York.
Car. Tampa Jacksonville to New i I Ar-Toledo G H.A DrL1r -
"You objected to Jack because h Not 90"Washington and Florida q..2y Ar Detroit.Igirlt.l'.tL.l. $-_-- '--
should be earning Limited. Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleep ,
had to work for
a
thin.
; didn't you. Cia'II&t1.B F..Ar
ing Car Jacksonville to New York. Dining Car. UOPIL'f'
mamma r ... d.BtgP.nrLT -
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something; and it can if "Yes my dear. lIe doesn't belong to No._30 TBRODGB LAUD or THE SIT. I lOp Ly.L WnilJe..B. R.Lw

our class." 'I 65p Ly...... Jacksoaville. Fls...-..-Ar i-14 r.gt Louia.S Ko!:!
bank. "Well It's all right now. May he calltonlshtr 12 ISaLv.,.. ...,-SaTMnah. Ga.........Ar 18 02a Ai-Amsbwo.A&Kr-Lr
you place it in this GOOalAr...___.Columbia, S. f.Ashvflle .---iv 12 OIa.Ar-ISha'haIII.AA&.L.
1 SOp _. N. C.--Lv 6 06p Az..ltleapbi..Prire..Lw
r Has some one left him a fortune?" 2 S7p Ar... .H.ot Springs. N. C-LY t tOa!Ar.KaD.suCitJrrw.a.

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ":\0. but he's lost his Job.-Cleve 6 8 00p 50a Ar Ar__-.KnoxTille.,Tenn.Louisville Ky.._.......Lv Lv S 9 iiiP malAr-Hot'Ly.Kem hia.. 1'.rtV.. ,As v
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land Leader. 6 12p Ar.St. Louis. Mo L. I
8 I ISa,Br............Cincinnati, 0....... .:Lv
No. 30.-DaIIy PuBmaa Dwwia aEXCELI.brr ....
LIVE OAK, FLA. Wanted Some Sleeping Car Eftw+ a .r.n_..... Br".......
of tM Same.A DINING CAR SERVICE ON ville.A.bvi11c.11oC Spriui K ..w.... ca....
little boy was taken by his father ALL TRAINS. Jl&tt1No.

Into a cafe for dinner. As they wen-

F C. If. BROWN, President. C. A. HARDEE l vp.Prea eating their dessert the father handed .tt-Fbxida Limited-Door Slid Vcatibale Train. TTuoogTi day owdM tad Tvl ..sa....
D. I: BORN ashier. W. J. HILLMAN r the waiter a bill, which that worthy ing Cara.Jackaoavilk to Atlanta.Chattaaoee and CiacunattL Ate Poiiatatt W.epiag CU
to Colorado Springs.CoL.via Birmingham Memphis.Kanaaa Oty.
carried to the cashier's desk returning

a presently with a little pile of change JAMES FREEMAN. District Passenger Agent 108 W.Bar St..JackMtrBH Hk

on a silver--. -- olate. -Hobby's----.. eyes grey: S.m HARDWlCK.I'.T.M W.H.TAYLOR.G.P.A. BBOOU MOEGAX A.&t 4
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bright "Oh. papa" he'said. "I'd like ,
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FLORIDA RAILWAY.SCHEDULE. a plate of that too-New! York Her
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aid. Live Oak 'M'f'g. Co.
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CoNxIwTTR ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. RY. AND A. C. L. RY. AT LIVE OAK. c..... maN''

"As you advance further In your
.... p fu. UTUL TDlL READ up.wadi art" said Gounod to a young poet '
-- Manufacturers of
"you will come to think of the great

'" X&12 NNAii. MixodF poets of the past as I now appreciate

wtr u.t sTATlox3. / &lid Daily the great musicians of former times. Lumber Ice Electric Lights Power
IUlt t Exit Express.. Ex t ,
[,....,. bai11. :'. Daib'. suniay When I was your age I used to say
: 'I' twenty-five, I satd'I and Mozart; and Naval Stores.

at forty, 'Mozart and I:" now I say

113 a s b0 Lr.... ......_._Uv Oak-.-- .:.... ..---A.r-l0 ZO a m II 50 Mozart"
p 8 p m13O
Electric Lights in of the furnished for Residence
s a I. 4' P ._._.............. ,,--Lv. 10 00 am. :to p w Familiar With HI. Habit.. any part city
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I. 4 II p..r1L.. .....,_....._Stokley,,,,,,,,__, r.v. 116% a m .20 p mM. First Disconsolate! Widow-Are you or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power

: M 4 u p a1Lv.r ... .. ....--La ___ : 950. m S 03 pm going! to the medium's tonight to see if day and night current-for manufacturing purposes.
you can get a message: from your hus-
.. I M M 30 'IDL". ...."....--,------Bt.rktand.a.o ....._...._ ........._.1.v., 3 44 s m 6 55 pm band Second Disconsolate Widows Wholesale,and retail Ice-out of City orders have special attention *

t.P M I ,A'___.................Wi1marth.._._.- _.._.......Ly. Ii-sa a DI 1 p 40 p mOft. it Isn't any Use tonight Saturday and all orders promptly filled.

: M L" Wi1marth.-. __.....-Ar. night was always the night when he __
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O M s a 1 Ju Ar._.............J.uraviUc..".._..._ I went off to spend his salary.-Somer- -
. I Ii L"._._........ ......."........Luravi11e.U .-..-_........_ vllle Journal '
Live Oak Perry & Gulf
. !M S a Ar _.......:....W maJth...._.-............ ... ,
.-1 f/ .6 p .... .. ... _wilmarth.-__:_.Ar. 9 S5 a m b n Pm Had 5otle' 4 It.
.IL" o.s Church-Did you know that pigs were
1 G i a I N p-IL"... ......._.suw&nnee t.8 River_........__.Lv. 9 32 s m 517 pm afraid of water? Railroad Company. ;

M 1 sop. -.........-.Norwood-__........1..... 9O. m 5 U P m3M Gotham-Well, I noticed today on a

s a .II o'-" : .-_..___ U__.....-.:.:.... 912_ a m 1110. I car, when It began to rain all the end SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL:. 1M.

N It ................. .... ..Mayu._ ......._.._..... 600 seat hogs got up in the middle of the .
8b PID car.-,Yonkers Statesman.
3. .. M I" __...__-.:.-.-Alt ..._".............. ...._._.:.J Y. 4 4S P m I, ... 1Liitjitjr t
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ra 40 M ._ .Alton. ; ._._Ar. zo Pm --"- > \ !
2.5 Pains across the small of the back .....
It II a a4 I Ar........... -_.....Maya..... ....-_._................Lv.: 405 p III Indicate something wrong'with the I 1IaiI"' Pam Passenger and Paas STATIONS r /1
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l.u. at' 111 p M L'--- ., .Maro _.M. e 10 III t 00 pm Na Nab Na.i .l. '
u kidneys. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder -
11 at a; 111 J.,Lv....... ....__.8an Pedro.__._-. .ir. t 0 a DI 3 40iI -_D a l y Sunday. Only Daily eL Sun .
Pills will quickly bring Aweek's !
, U'- relief A. M. f.L. : '
t eve p L P. }I.
$ at i art! i "m Lv_'...............& ,,_._.......Ly. 851. m 330 JlIBo treatment, for 25-cents; Acton Leave Leave z ; Arrl-re Arrive A.Arrt.II.II.rftY'.
U .500 L30
! __..Aakllld.-_ .__,. ..,..... the liver too. Sold by City Phar IU 2 s4 __Liva Oak-- 4 30 UO 10.00 aM
U Y. Mj: I 40 p a LY ------ ; .y. 8 to a m Z 55 Pili ; L45 :S 00 _Rock,. Sink_ 11. US .... t 11

I UI. ...__..............._... macy. S 818 I 0'1 ......-Starr- a 412 I.U ..U i"i
I.110 M; I U p_I L"__....._ .Char$9n. .Lv 8 83 m Z 40 II m a I 22 251 LSZ L55 S 15 -.ldercer..... !98 hO us"U tpiM

N s a; 11 J to Lw_. ...... ..._.._.._...K o._..._._._....._.Lv. 13. m t 20 p mills Ar. I S4 2. Are I 340 so -L----Flatt-- 166 ape Ut Lbs
I trying to Charm :War Epilepsy. 819 Ar809 L,343 Ly 1.00 L.tie L. I*
_.........._.. Lv. S 45 Ly U3 Lv. 4 10 Dowling Park:
.. O Ob J.Lv.. ......_ .L.. 8 1i. m Z 10 II III We need not go to Ser '1a or Natal or Ar U9 415 Ara n .uU5 Ar O.10 Ar LI1
I :.G 333 Lv UO 1.01 lip
t4. I -t s 12 p a Ly... .........................Dennwrk._............_Ly. 8 08 a m 115 p m3.a farther than Devonshire to find super. a 50 Lv 4.50 41t ---.Bell.---.---ChaDQu_. :330 Ar 1.4.1 O 4.

u. I O II p_I Ar.........- _-Pen...............__.Lw 800"m 120 p mW stitions. Only the other day in a Devonshire 8 9 5Z 00 4.51 M.Lv. 4 4 25 40 Mayo....Day Junction.. a 2ffiS UI Lw10 I..., L'Lisa
village a woman was supposedto g 06 a 5.00 U6 446 _- Sib-........ lit .' uo U& At...,
have had epilepsy exorcised in the t 10 5.10 4 52 Townsend-. .. 111 1.1& LU UI
) kfrafh or Telephone Station. (I) Flag Station. (r) Register (a) Regular Stop. (a) following way: She went to the village 9 25 &:25 5 1Z ._- Smith....... I CIa I UII tit LU ,US.
3 !l Fenhollo.ay Z 35 lit
AfMtt KutiM T. P. AL TON. Superintendent. church 8 3a US Lv tot i"
accompanied by twenty Ar. 950 At 5.50 Ar. 549 _Pen_.... L" UO.LwLCIe .
W.ft.HlUll. CMral Paw+onzer Agent.ATLANTIC nine married men, who left her sitting Ar.1030 Ar II 30 Ar 635 Hampton SP.L L.2 05 Lv UO IL.uo Ly.L.1.SO M

silent in the north while they entered

the building for g'r'lle.ft'r- service MAYO -rind--- ALTN

each of the twenty-nine as he passedout .

COAST LINE dropped a penny in her lap and I I
Frt.and PasFrt.and Pu Passenger Frt, and Pt.sa Frt. and PI'
when the churchwarden had made a STATIONS PaIIp'PN
'l No 8 No. 11. Nis I j0 N I.
similar contribution too thirty pence in Daily ex Sen. Daily ex.Sun Sunday Only Daily ex SunDaily' n Sun.Suaday.O.tt
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copper were changed by him into a sli- A. M. PIrI.-- P. M. A. I P. !L. --II..
Florida Georgia Alabama Leave Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Arri-N.
ver half crown out of which he had a
800 4.30 5.10 Dowling Park 8.0'1 1.30 LM
ring forged to be worn by the epilepticas !ito 1.40 5.22 Mayo Junction 1.58 1.20
Infallible charm her dis 923 4.53 5.M Clark ,.ff 1.10 Lm
an against
Virginia North Carolina and 9.33 5.06 UI PeteJ'llOn' 1.35 I LOG I
order. If. however the woman uttereda I 1000 s=5.30 s 6.56 I Mayo' 1.20 s 1.48 I I Lii
:single word from the moment she left Ar 10"-10 Ap5.40 Ar 11,02 Alton Lv 1.00 Ly U8 (lu p,0ps

South Carolina.The her house till her return the charm Regular atop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and from Live Oak.and Fern
For information u to connections with other linea. 'phone 01: can OD Grmerai I'uMqw Age.3
must fail-T. P.'s Weekly. 'phone U1.1.ewin Building.Live Oak.

i THOMAS DOWLING.Pre ident. K.P.HOr lN3. Gtneral p........Amt
Varying Weight of the Body.A .
Great Highway of Travel from '
physician points out that several --
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fallacies are common with regard to

IOrlaa--Ea west Norm soot the weight of the human body. The

man congratulates himself on his SEABOARDAir
gain of several pounds in weight in a

given period may have no cause for
TO THE EAST THE FAMOUS.10RIDA .
rejoicing for he may be under a delu- Line RailwayFor

sion. Very few persons, says the investigator
WEST INDIA LIMITEDAND
AND have any correct idea of

their own weight As a matter of fact Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern Pines, Raleigh.

NEW YORK EXPRESS. the weight of the body is continually
changing owing to innumerable influ Richmond, Washington, Baltimore Philadelphia. New York

: ences. On a warm day after break

iiirci fast a man will lose more than a thir.: Three Elegant Trains
n MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY'HT Daily
af a pound per hour. Seventy per centof
- 1"[ [ the body contain water and !N SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
U I VIA ATLANTA. .
n 01 weight varies constantly. The In SEABOARD EXPRESS '

ence to be drawn from the los.s or g -:1 ,

of a pound or two may be mltrtu.1.i. SEABOARD MAIL 1

Flu<'tuatiii3 of n few ounces ana
fUllAUN THROUGH ON
CARS AND COACHES ALL TRAINS. 1
sign that the bxly is in a heat;: MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

Atlantic Coast Line mileage books good to all points via all stata.-Milwaukee t'itl/en. The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pullman .

SM u far East Washington, and as far West as St. Louis, WELL WORTH TliYIXU. Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonville t

.tinnati and New Orleans; rates $25,00. W. H. Brown the popular pension and New York, via Richmond \Vashington.. Leave St Augustine ,

attorney of Pittsfield V t.. says: 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays.
CONSULT THE PURPLE fOLDER.
. / "Next to a pension the best thing tc ;

,'", "Mailed and full information regarding rates, Pullman reserva- get Is Dr. King's New Life Pills." lie ONLY LINE .

Ibn writes: "they keep my family in]. Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.
schedules write
ticket
call on your nearest agent, or For full
Information '
splendid health. Quick cure for an M"" p" r leserrntiona call
US'K C &OYL3TOX, DUt Pus. Agent, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Headache Constipation and Bilious on any agent of Seaboard or writeS A

nARK,Tray. Pau. Agent. 1S w. Bay St., Jacksonville rJa. C. BOYLSTON, JR.,
f.J. CRAIG l'aumrtr Traffic Man3.geri General Offices, Wilmington. N. C. ness. !5c. Guaranteed at Barclay Assistant General Passenger Agent.

I*v., WHITE, Gft, i'u Agent Office Wilmington, N. C. & Groover's drug store. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ,

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bring the school UP to tM hleh t poM.IWc u it _=Fx
I' AM 0 ETERMI: ,N ED'at the same time give Bu an otx fNE>unity_la HDU cvtf .
and woman to gd a
-it at the very low rate of FORTV DOLLARS. We will begin selling scholarships &pt 3| and _U"\.' -.':-
'?; price until the 7th. I.will be on hand and personally supervise the work. I am bringing nw teaches 1w .hc ,
,departments, and offer, as never before, a practical, money-making education in the shortest possible flint. o.r
aids you to a position anywhere
tTM'. 'The following courses are complete, but interesting from the day you begin until you graduate _
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Double Entry, Aetmid ...... Pr_: '
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and Banking Ce.m.wtial .Arit ..
; Office Practice, Lecture and Couut,
Commercial Law a4 -.lliac. Pea.aa..
Reporting, Practical English Spelling, ship, Grammar atl Leti..Writta.c. x..
L6tter-Wr ng.,Speed Drills,and_Diploma views,,Leqture C8U"t 1'1.1 kaaiaat4-&a
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For he Complete Course now, only .. . moo For the Complete Course &ow, osljI . i $U

r That this education pays we will only have to say that we hive se"e

; calls for every graduate, offering. from $50 to $75 a month salary.
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i That we, cannot hold this Price open longer than UK7
R em em b'! Take the scholarship now and enter later if i it don't
you to commence at this time. We are looking to y
interests and will give you more than we agree.

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

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Arrangements are being made to organize aD' ,
partment of Telegraphy and Railroad Operating
Further announcement will be made later.


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