Live Oak daily Democrat
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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
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System ID: UF00075905:00109
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J. No. 245. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 190*. Ten Cent Wad,

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.L. Burnett Writes About the Blood Poison, is Precipitated by As-
Crowd at the Reception.New sailaat's Teeth.

Dkerdtf Extends to Every | York Aug. '-I am Augusta, Ga.", September 3."-Mrs. Newton Graves and 2 Soa

In the Great City of New York Bryant, of Greenville SC..
Part of the Island and find more people here than I whom an assault was attempted some WerelhstantiyKiUOTHERS

saw, before in all my life. I stood
days ago by a white man Tlnee Barton -

Broadway this afternoon as the is said to be dying from the ef-
liam Jennings' Bryan parade fects of blood poison

and gazed at the thousands of In his struggle with the woman

i beings who were there from all _Barton severely bit her upon the
raftwfo Citiwns Greatly Excited arms and these wounds are aboutto In House For Shelter Proia dlis
[of the United States. I came to
cause her death.
... hail Fortified Against conclusion that Bryan was the When Lightning flub Skiff
Barton Is still confined In the Aik-
IWUe Attack wonderful aa well as the greatest en jail and has been refused a hear- The Building
that had ever stood on |ing until the condition of the woman
soil, that be,a private citizen of further develops.

llavaaa, Sept. J.-U became known United States, whose return Troy Ala., September 3.--Ner

day that the Insurrection has visit to the, other countries, QUIET WEDDING.Mr. Brundidge, In this county, three pso*
cad to the province of Puerto create such excitement in a city were
,pie instantly killed by UghUa-
tlartp*, Seventy men have taken New York. Hamil Brock and Miss Nora -
\Yhen I arrived here ing Friday afternoon. The dead art
It.t Moron, that province, led Johns Married.
_ 7 OartL Caaltares. speaker of the could scarcely find hotel (Special to Democrat.) Newton Graves and his two sow,,
*'" of representatives daring the tlons. It looked like we ( Wellborn, Sept. 3.-Married at John and Bascom all white ota.

txrat asfBda&ty In that body. The Bryan, who came with me and I Maple Grove church Suwannee county They had been covering a hors
,.IItMri of the band .openly equIp- self), would have to spend the Fla.
: Sunday morning, September when: a small cloud aid shower came
and left the town In In the streets. but luckily, after
ia rasvt4 2. 1906 Mr.. Hamil Brock to Miss up. and they went into the house fta!
"z1 Hdtfly mian.r. The mayor of ing to 'a dozen hotels we Nora,Johns; W. A., Tison, officiating. sat on the sleepers during the rala.
i eras n a summoned the rural rooms at the Clarendon. Hotel. Mr. Brock is a hard working in- Suddenly aflash of lightenlag attack
,cards la the vicinity and followed are thousands of people here who dustrious ''young man of our couiltyla I the house, killing three men sad _
lamitats with the purpose ofIlutl' scarcely ,find a place to lay d Miss Johns, the. beautiful and seriously shocking Julian Bowd a a
t'.m. heads.. The great demand for lovely daughter of the widow of the white man and Dennis Smith *aa
nt of the province of El and rooms Is wholly on account of late
10"101' Henry Johns, of this settlement. old negro man. Newton Graves and
rtaelpe Mined the authorities here Bryan reception. Merchants and We trust there is a bright future I; Bascom Graves were instantly killed -
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that 190 armed men had taken ness men of New York tell me i
awaiting this happy couple; also the
but John Grave lived perhaps
Boritloa tt miles southwest of never before has there beed! sri
a a Suwannee Democrat
i our up-to-date. five minutes. Bowden and Smith and
>.r ft This force is commanded I people In the city on any county paper. PRESENT.
not fatally Injured. The whit ffita
_ t Itoltea Saarhes, aa ex-revolution- Well I will get through with a
were prominent people of Utif
7 purchases in a day or two and ENTOMBED IX MINE. county.
Q.vraer Silvia of Puerto Principe be glad to get back to Old \

31 MU leralUBf volunteers. The the best county In world. 'have' Rescuers at Work,But It Appears to and Aldermen J. L,, White J. M. Barclay
. tty .f fserto Prlacli U In a state away from home just eight days be a Hopeless Task F. I. Robertson.

tl ttflttattat It seems like a month, Mayklng Ky., Sept. 3.Messagesfrom The Council resumed the *494lia *
HkiKfasrlo Raided. have had a very pleasant trip. Mud Lick mines say twelve misers tiou of City Tax Rolli; toot harts
. ...,h,1o. ear CUnfutgot, was We spent several days in under'T* are entomebed in the Mud Lick time to complete the work, or4tr.4
' Au..I >f i Nad of 200 Insurgents more, and found the people mines. recesa till Aug. 28, 110, at fat
14ky, All the horses and con the move 'more so than I ever: It is believed the men are dead.A o'clock p.

ratl $< ILL fvatvry $1,700, were in that city before. We took large party of rescuers are at m.CHAS.. H. BROWN,
de& some kind of a show every i work removing the dirt which blocks President of Council

forty riffcl guards have started were there except one, and the Passage to the Interior of the Attest; S. ? Mays, City Clerk.
|-s CUafacgof for Banta Clara on the plays very much. mine v V "
ia arof.| trait.T I find staples a little higher I ? hours
: It will'reQuire thirty-four to Live Oak, Fla.. Auj. jj, Wl.
%. +flir Ull at Clcafaego has usual but have some genuine removethe dirt. 7:30 p. m.
i.tt1Sl gains'to offer my customers
\ met pursuant to me**.
tapakii.e, from Santiago announce the Democrat when I return.I ; BRYAN ACCEPTS INVITATION. Present:, M. 'E. Broome Mayor 3.
\at Naval Bawd bare surrounded hope to get home Ion Robertson President of Council

|%f .*.| *4 $aaga, sad have captured first of next week. Will Attend Florida State Fair at pro tern, and Aldermen J. L. WMt
: ..... feMfctt, the Insurgent leadU41 With best wishes for the Tampa. and J .M. Barclay.
s* &*f* I am yours truly, There being not a quorum pretest

Train Urad,. Mv L. Tampa Florida September 2.- Council ordered a recess till August
A tfwte troop trala fully equip- Hon. S. M. Sparkman, who is in 29, 1906. at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
w4 t"*Uftlljr la Halting, at the UOARI OF CONTROL.: New York where he attended

**** eialkm Is r a4y to be dlsht4 h the Bryan reception has sent a telegram Live Oak. Fla., Aug. U, HOC.
M M Kee of any uprising. Itrgular Monthly Session Held to President T. J. L. Brown, of 7:30 p. m.
il* fetrraor save h. hs no knowlBf Gainesville Saturday. g the State Fair Association, stating Council met pursuant to recesa.
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tsw M eUtUM of any insurgent --- .f that he had extended an invitationto Present: M. E. Broome, Mayor, F.
> ** MaI.asaf la his province. Gainesville Sept. 2.-The I I William J. Bryan to visit Florida Ion Robertson President ol Council
f' ts MM *! her that a number board of control met in this and attend the state fair in Tampa pro tern, and Aldermen F. E. thom-

t ***.= ..... ai lvara""a, at the ei4 -, regular monthly session during November. Mr. Bryan replied ason, J. M. Barclay and J. L. Wtihe,
-... ..5rg *. of the province olit there being present Hon. N. P. that he would certainly accept the The Council together with the

.-u.fIt .ukttt up arms, several]I chairman of Jacksonville; cordial invitation tendered by Col. Mayor as a board .equalization. resumed
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gig *.......N4. General Rod. L. Brown of Eustis, together prevent his doing so. Governor Bro- Tax Rolls, at which session, the tax 0
sed.. a MMft4.r of the rural 1 I the secretary Prof. J. G. ward telegraphed Mr. Bryan a similar rolls were completed. By uaaol <

s4tda sags le dues not believes Tallahassee. invitation in the name of the state mous vote of Council, said City Tax
.4 MV tesurgrnts In arms IE I There was nothing outside of Florida, at the request of President Roll: were ratified and adopted at
w.sus 4* fuba.Tlurcvrm. regular routine of business Brown, and 11; was most graciously equalized. By vote of Council the
a few minor matters relating received and accepted by Mr. City Clerk was instructed to notify
:-n"u.nlUt.'t experimental farm. An order '[p 1 Bryan. through the mail all parties who had '

ill ....,..,Uic la (Vb\l"tlon, sued announcing the positive o'c CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. given in their taxes and whom valuations j
-.$radaet 11.1.. Ing of the state institutions at (Continued from Friday's Democrat) had been raised that there '
,cheasstllk nt. lWpt. 3.-The ville and Tallahassee at the [ < Live Oak Fla., Aug 24, 1906. would be a session of the Council on
,-Jaa ()Opwslftf Association time. September 26. ( : o'c 9:30 a. m. Friday, September 7, tOf, at.1ft

.. as4 t'i Uih annual convention The members of the board [ i Council met pursuant to recess. o'clock a. m., to hear complaints If
tt4 R aa AailltarUu, Jacksonville and inspected the university p1 Present: M. E. Broome Mayor C. any. i
'. ir-' M aN It and buildings and were well H. Brown, President of Council and There being no further buslaeu. \\
n tabor jw.tI.a Is regarded by with the progress being made. Aldermen J. M. Barclay J. L. White, Council ordered recess till September 1!
f 3"peft\Hw .*a as of vital Impor- contractors have assured the W. J. Hillman, F. E. Thomason. 7, 1906 at 10 o'clock a. m. 1 1F. .
that the necessary buildings Resumed equalization of City Tax ION ROBERTSON
-a sad n i* espewted that this con- ,
a' .. W\I) tol' the problem to the ready for the opening of the Rolls not having time to completethe President of Council pro tern. \
stall Irartf and pfutectioa of alljvcBltoa city at the date advertised. Gu work ordered recess till Aug. 24, Attest: S. P. Mays City Clerk. j
W1.n buildings which have been 1906. at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
course of construction for the past was
U regarded as one
i eight months, and which are now I low BromoPeps"Note Live Oak Fla.
.** most ittfortaat ever held by I Aug. 24. 1906.
**9artaUoa alit Urge attend nearly complete, are among the hand-wa8: \ 7:30 p. m. Notice is hereby given that a meeting *
wp M\H. dot only from theIr somest and most modern in the coun-j I.1rew? the Word Pepsin.",, Council, met pursuant to recess. of the Stockholders of the Cotton
try and a credit to the state and the Present: M. E. Broome
wrtda territory, but from PWD. Mayor C. Warehouse Company will be bald lathe
tacitiae ic sticor1Llt't frost GURE c) Insomnia Nero Aldermen F. E. Thomason, J. M. 15, at 11:30 a. m., for the purpoM 1 1of
NOTICE. I low. Barclay, J. L. White. F. I. Robertson. organizing and adoption of constitution t
"Utn.tW VOIIK. cad; On the Spot. Resumed equalization of City Tax and by-laws, and for the
f T I.. Rates and Capt. W. J. There will be a meeting of the ked Rolls; not haTIng time, to completethe payment of at least 20 per cent of the 1 ;
f. 'sawed yesterday from District Southern Cotton Growers' ou$. 1
So Opia.te5.IbSolul IJ Ham work ordered recess until Aug. subscribed capital stock.
w y tt wrt they attended thoat Association at Little River school tOh a '27. 1906, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Payment of stock can be made at j

:....aLl. raad m<|>tlon given there house on Saturday September 22nd'\What e Jnuiau., 1h. i5.. .d 60. any time to Secretary J, ::. Mecks. A
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WiUUm Jennings Bryan at3p.m. For Sal By Live Oak, Fla., Aug. 27, 1906. who Is authorized to receipt for -
hpon..1ce trip and say the Let everybody take notice and I shecome 7:30 p. m. same. .
4 hi Jfew fork la honor oft out. C. M. FIELDING, amy'sMon The City PharmLIVE ; Council met pursuant to recess. B. F. UMSTEAD 1 '
*. 'U U* greatest Lathering of President. ? Present: M. E.
FLA. Broome. Mayor. J. N. MEEKS. Chalriaaa
....,.. vtr vltneased. Wellborn, appy OAK, In j I|I C. H. Brown. Chairman of' Council Secretary.
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6Because her stomach,was so weak- In a perfect face every feature should : 4,." '"' "" "; .

.ene&;: by. useless: drugging that ,she bear a certain, proportion to, every "4 ,'..--,. + y -
The width of the face -ms -
other feature. _
Mrs. H. -
could not eat. Mary Walters '
should be. equal.to,five eyes. The distance '
i'of' St. ciair St., Columbus, 0., was : -
between ,the eyes should exactly Million Tom -
literally starving to dEa h. She ,
f equal, to one eye. Another Important 5'7 '"
'write: "My stomach was so weak relation.. that between the sold last 'year" in the United
;- from 'useless drugs that I could not eyes and the mouth. The width of the "

'eat, and my nerves so wrecked that 'eyes should b* equal to two-third that States. The best ,5c. Havana on) sett met* =

:: 'I. could not sleep; 'and not before I of the mouth. The nose should beeq'ual -
: '.u'dTen'u'p,to'die was I Induced to in length to the height of the i the market. Five year old Tobacco. -
with wonderful forehead of a regular shape precisely -
try Electric Bitters -

result that improvement began defined outline. AGood, Cool, Pleasant] s :- -

,at'once, and a complete cure followed Lal..tneats. esa xIMw1.am --
= Best health Tonic on earth. I have told you of the Spaniard who "
.. '50c., Guaranteed by Barclay & always put on his spectacles when -
'Groover, druggists. about to eat cherries that they might Try one today.Suwannee .
look bisser and more tempting. In
like manner I make the most of my )
T* Conciliate the God enjoyiuents and though I do not cast ti r slaw r.' :
Just at night if you happen to be 5 3 essac 1 ,
cares I pack them in as little ] .td5
my away.
within tha gates of Canton, you wU Drug Company. .
compass as I can and carry themas
witness one of the performances:
conveniently as I tan for myself
that are supposed to deceive the prowling -
and let them others.-
spirits of the night bent upon evil never annoy
latent the while conciliating them So uthey.

abouki 'they penetrate the deception. Vlt'wlu the Bemalnt. I_ t f
'! Each llttte and big shop possesses a It had been a strenuous afternoon for mzsssssss
miniature fireplace built into the side the devoted teacher who took, six of
cf the entrance. Prayers printed on her pupils through the Museum of Natural '- !
rice paper form the fuel with whichto History, but her charges had en 4 e -- _,
offer up incense to the "bogy man" joyed every minute of the time. C. E. HUMPHREYS a .
who supposed to make the nocturnal "Where have you been boyar askedthe ,
Visits, Beholding the smoke he is supposed father of two of the party that
,' to assume that no one lives with. night, and the answer came with joy CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
;, la; and therefore panes by; but should X79 IIm3DLuQ3s: !
b* catch on and atop to investigate he
finds that the prayer papers on the altar ; Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application. Isf -
bear Inscriptions attributing to him Spend 5c for cigars, candyor

: such virtues and magnanimity that his cold drinks for
and vote the
wrath is appeased and be turns Will assume full charge of buildings, turn it over to
,his evil Intent-Edwin Wildman Inllautaaquan. most popular ,lady in
owner complete in every respect, before a cent of moneyis
Live Oak at

e' D.-Oa. DtmefmL paid me. su.n.tIIthe _

."How big a dose do 1 need 1" asked Florida Book Supply Co. _
tot customer _
of the old fashioned drug _
C. C. COOK Proprietor. whkhoundYY24im wt __
r, "Oh, I dlmeful
guess a heaping will
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about tight was the reply.

f "A dimefuir echoed the customer.: h'rS ruBy i tfe* .. '
Toq mean a dime's worth don't jour ..

"No I don"!."said the, druggist, "\, Reduced PricesOn ; phis of tk dnt '.
dime's worth would be two ounces
tad you'd never survive each a quantity Good ClothesMay When ) r J_ _

as that I mean for you to take a and such IM kiiI '
dtae and pile on it as much of this all Millinery Goods .
powder as will stick. Then you hare i thltt. We t; t.

the a proper dime is dose.a method Measuring as old as medicineon United and from now on you Not Make the Man But fore you rrr-,

States currency and almost as reliable. can purchase goods very
There are certain powders that can be
measured more accurately that way much below their former They Add Wonderfully to

.. than any other, and among us old
timers wbo bare been used to meeting prices. We.enjoyed City Phi

emergencies *a dlmefuT is a common.direction. fine His
." a very this Appearance

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season but stock is If*
*Ud a B4 Job .( It. still
x. Mr. Bacon:-That Mr.Crossley who ,
called last evening is a self made man. replete with seasonable Von "*ant the Best. We have them-'Suits tbat'ill -
Mrs, Pa(: n-'Too bad he couldn't have
mad I1II'Q"E'lt a little more agreeable. goods, in prevailing H! lIC! CI 1 :

I I styles, which we will sell { Fit and will Wear. A large, carefully selected'stick
The wise man (woman is the one I ,
who relieves little ills of this porta by I very low, to close out. -
little dose of Kodol For Dypsepsla.It .! Call and see for yourself. of Gents' Furnishings. The goods. are rig itr.

digests what you eat and pub
stomach back into shape. Sold by-i I too. Yon should call and see them without delay.' EX6UrslOn

City Pharmacy. I Mrs. E. N. Lawler.

Three KUd of Lightalar. \ .,, Samples for tailor made suits are fiwsito W4
The Etruscans of old believed that now on display at our store. We take '
there ,were three kinds of lightning : your measure for tailor made suits. "
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one incapable of doing any injury, an- .
other more mischievous in character .
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and consequently only to be Issued with

the consent of a Quorum of twelve ,. ... .
gods, and a third carrying mischief in c BUTLER BROTHERS UI I,iJf 4
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its train and for which a regular decree ,
was required from the highest divinities U.15 AtfaalK :-' \
I4r in the Etruscan skies. Curiously MEN'S OUTFITTERS -
enough, modern scientific men
f E agree with the view that there are LIVE OAK $18.95S3J.W }.'
three kinds of lightning but their varieties 11 : u "'b

differ from the Etruscans. The / ,UI H w..... .... P
first is known as forked lightning and l/ IIp eI .. ,
dt.Ir. tri
s F runs lightning in zigzag because lines It, the is seen second in as a body.sheet SiMV Q t l i: .Anita Fernandez Cigars. $a1.'IV 0.-.., _
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c and the third as globe lightning as it I 'I II y. ?'

sometimes runs in the shape of a ball : pI' : Tobacco. 5,1.I/ au> y.,.,.= .....
The latter variety is rather slow CO"'YA'GHT oney ,
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f |ate for independence show '
The Society Butterfly. We are pulling wires all the time eel c-tij, .' .
That maligned creature the "society With A single end in view, Jces are"'open to those hiterf .... (kt ,

butterfly" is as hard working in its Of proving to you the fact bed to meet to. $2185:
Packing House
way as Solomon's ant and goes about That oar Groceries will just suit you. !
Its duties with a
steady application
and a determined disregard of fatigue .We are headquarters for all thatis e the best. $5J.lI SarMq.SIi'OtAL' .
std boredom which Ml* *,* NB*
not a few Indus- usually found in a first-class, up-to-
trial and other ,workers might Imitate date
grocery store and anything -
with advantage. Take for instance
buy from us we guarantee to be fresh
the charity bazaars and festivals-Lon -TONI t. ,
and of the very best Country :
don World. quality. ers With Us
produce, vegetables and the best -
Too strong CollapeUtloa. creamery butter on the market. .
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i' Country Mouse-How are you getting Call on us or Phone 83. $3119 .
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on with your business, doctor Country ... dam} .

Doctor-Bad. Too close to London. 3 S1.1vk r .: .
Why Lady Cashbags went to town USln .
and paid two guineas to have a corn MAYS BROS. i
extracted. I'd have & Com1
amputated her
toot for that-London Answers $11,65
'c. sa.are"trifaey of B1U. FREE DELIVERY.Wood. 1 =r

AU private and confidential I Co. .
correspondence -
according to a postoffice In- !+e+o.O+O.o+o+O+O+O+O+O+O.o DAK FL (2' TDMSIU.itl"t .
spector, should either be sealed with ""i. V. IL .
wax or else addressed and II, MW+"
the back Instead of the front stamped Sealing ou I I Sraln and tali No treIMf. rte.Ir ..
with wax is an excellent
privacy, but it U a difficult Insurance and awk-of E.whiwR ..... 1,

ward operation. and wax and a match A 2 horse wagon load of being meic Umka, "'- -

' hand.candle The and other seal method are not is always much the at 2 18 inch wood for $1.50. & >hy nd Rail }nmmlmnmmmmmlllmnt \ a4 Ml .... -

' better. After fastening down the flap 3 above or .**>*f lit
of the envelope firmly affix the stamp Furnished on Short Notice. i will be rrt nlihed eHfcef wi ..i.. *
across the flap's junction and write the Democrat 1iiiiiaiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
r address across it as well Then it is I Leave orders at 1L] Burnett&Co. 'f ng or by mail U
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absolutely Impossible to steam open H. WIMBERLY. ....
the letter and close it again In such away Y &
.u to escape.detection. O O Oibld { t District PMcx +t A* '
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,Bat ,now as, she:faced'ei '
grandchild sbe saw a Jetelca new and < 0.

> strange, one,whose cheeks 'were damask ,
A ft1ln IP

The change startled her She tamed

IDootr) half about, saying in a grumbling
voIce:, "Maria, you oughtn't to provoke .
me SOL Go out In the garden. : Y

IT NANCY HAl LIP fm comln'' pretty shortly. And you,

1 es81.. teU'the boy to bring'round'the

OrrtkC tax, fcjr Rub,. Douglas inggy. I want you and Ann 'Liza to f

drive over to the store for me."

would "I'm sorry but I can't go" Jessy
| 4ftt set why you name a )
said holding tight to her mother's '
, known
pal cfeU4 J M'.c' knight's' .
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I hand "I shall. be busy-packing up
t'$I atew1P eo prim and high headeJ'a.s
and finding out how we can best get
his 'd EVRY /
featefui oo man in senses AFTERNOON

ttf want to marry her and land away. "
"Oh shut up! Stop your foolish talk!
. ktsvwer women that don't marry hare
grandma commanded fretfully.
fats tim Grandma Cole said to her
Ann Eliza came in,from the garden,
ma's ot .k widow both,.her hands fall of dewy roses.

Ura CWt answered a little treuiu "Here! :Take these and fix the parlor

Matt, "But, mother they do want to vases" she commanded e:>8.Ca.

torry bet. Jt sy might 'a bad four Jessica shook her head and turned THIS- .

Shays U.t year if only she'da' toward the door. Grandma had weakened : : WEEKE

.tIlt and set the men speak out""M4 sensibly; she was on the point of
mumbling; out an apology. But as
woo week the men. I'd like to
Ann Eliza cried pettishly. "I wishyou'd
tfttw1" Grandma puffed, ber throat
look at that; I told you what
tfl\hj: ti4bly "Wlddenrers with '
would coma of setting beggars on' .
kt w cbtidrM. or else one foot In the horseback her anger flamed up hot- / l "

, Ift b et nut! old bachelors or may ter than ever.

b* ttto frwrbm. Besides, bow can "You do as you're told" she cried

ley aaaw etw a preacher wants toM catching Jessica by the shoulders and 'RATES
IiWfJ wkM bt vps and says sot trying to shake her. "You say you ;

I HUt d1J bull with this way of want to work for'a )livln'i prove it by

Itr1w Mt wry BUD that went to a waitln on your betters.;"

'JtJN. t,.. rl past It bad a notion Jessica set her teeth hard broke

a f tohi tLwt eoortla'." From the At quavery the steps hold she and rushed, 25 cents' hour for I

1144 (+1 bfrstWws triumph. If away.smiled bitterly and shook the stopped duty *1 per use

w.. Ua Cult bad teen wise sbe 71M .
from her feet Over her shoulder she
vKM "f* hew ber ia e. Grandma called clearly, "Mother, meet me at the ;
ill Indeed and skates. t!
bun mitrtttrtlnf rery big gate la an hour: by then I snail .
to ... IMT la the was to rlik ; :
.* wruof \ '
know exactly what
we can do ;:" 0
....,tktaj. Mr. Ltm knew that reryUl Ten minutes later she stood In the .
rw4.J is often a
.a. I woman

durst. .ta Therefore she bunt her Wakefleld heart beating yard facing so it half Jimmy suffocated, with \ 25 after-1 '
sad: '"WI Tfem of the meu-and her. She had so dreaded to,tell what cents entire .
a., w.tat'{ wa4o wm nor preachers.
oust be told-to ask the help that was
lm1 Nil f*.4 eUftct*-asked me to
Ml Jm/ It abed listen to 'em. And imperative. It was not much only to

@ie .tb.e ..ar.'lElwee ."- 'arry her to mother the poorhouse.and their Any:scant shelter belongings | noon when parties furnish |

a* i say et set oa" Maria would be 1 better than the Cole roof i
I tlei'1 **Uft+ *W word you're
There was nobody else she could ask
this J tir *4aa trot oat furiously
i Jimmy was the friend within
'Veit pet****** bvJewll Why, Ann I walking distance-moreover, the single own skates.
1Jta ttfctt Ute bet three la the whole
: person to whom she could bring herself *
*f tact Tat ftfel the beans around her
to make such appeal She was,
II tfcs ttM tilt ben around a honey
tom' In a way bound to make It She had '
promised when she denied him that
Tto tsf one wss Jimmy Wakefield.AM .
dearer promise, to call on him if she
a* -.w. U stopped. Just l
found herself in need of him. Now
M **tlmy tike a man- Mrs. Lem t
aha was blessing him silently that he NO
HnL M< 1a+rekly. but with such red Fea
had not asked anything had listened
; i
.9so fca k. ctuvks she locked almost
only to what she cared to tell and
M jwa M ttf AiBfhUr
-G.i ..i rf here your Grandma said afterward, with a little soothing 3

....... ",baIDI Wakefield. todeed! touch on her hand: "You did right to
come to me Jessy. Of course I'll take
Wlf bees wv r U4 1 ftdtUa to an? "
Ml U< AM 'IJsa. lad she's goln'to you anywhere you may want to go."

!**t i.].. tee whca abe gtta good andy "You, you must only sena us. Black

....,. 1_" m dar talk of him Billy can take us In the wagon. 1 Porter & \ Dexter
Grandma will be so angry if she knows
Vaatls' tact stick tt t Jeaty. It I ; :
1 tikes* wai any truth In wnat you helped us escape, Jessica had
answered, but at that
Jimmy only ,
."tt Mil N lead fOG straight out of smiled.

1M ......"
Very shortly he made her sit downon "
TM .f11 f o without waiting to
I the the bench under the big elm and
wet, Jntf burst out from
4wa:, ib* bad bran standing Just went away whistling to reappear, all Proprietors.

W...... fwtta* sotnchow that her dear in a whiffet driving a spanking pair,

|ttm matoft mifht wJ br help and which drew a double seated vehicle

fwttmsf**. 1 dont like to tell, to spick and span. M
I "I think we'd better make the
Mf **fe tUant" she went on. "put tripa
fMIitIII hW the truth nothing but the quick one." was all be said in an-

Im"bll. abs stant stay here to be swer to Jessy's expostulation. .- T m T !7t\/8\/l\n. --7Ss7It7itTt-- T' -. .... -- 'W' v... as.. *...jm-m-.. ..... ..E "f't'q"m "

Ii dN4. Ctdw IOU ask her pardon Almost before she knew it she was --- -" : _l& ll :
sell 14 belay,- sitting beside him. bowling along the
A Clone: nan by man Power.
"rWlrtel T. tb. county poorhouse? turnpike at the team's best pace. As He was a fine old man who had beento :r.&: Jt
1 quickly her mother was gathered op
*, Iww any other chance for ye South America but who de-
Una4sa MU. white faced her and the hand luggage properly bestowed was
I..,.... eyes Jimmy amazed Jessy by bidding voting his old age to acting as the a THE BON TON. "
works of the clock in the piazza in
ke e was aa lajrious old lady, nobly. her sit behind, adding, "I want to Capri. It was be who rang those many,
Hrtil y taft bamnake1 and favorite talk to ma.mmy-and these horses don't /
many bells we heard and puzzled over.
ffu4H iU., Ana Kiln Wicks, partly let me turn my head for any consider Some
forty rapid, high pitched bells at
fcnsae Ana Eiisa was pretty aDd tak- able time." 12:42, seven bells of deeper tone at .i A beautiful line of
he also ben to feel lonely
s1 laifrtlurtit, partly Jessy began desperately 3:00, and so on. .
ebe bad money enough of her -she could not even divert herself Adelaide
asked Archangelo the for Shirt Waist Suits.
N U the dazzle of the '
Mi entlrrrjr Independent by watching flying old man's son, to explain these seeming _
UfStoif sttef 1VO bad lft everything spokes as the wheels spun round. irregularities and had learned that the ,,

.. kill wife. ltbt btM on to it with a Jimmy was driving very fast and bells were, only Intended to approximate -

fttp si lr tt. All UT flv* children had keeping to the turnpike. It must be he the hour; that his father was old BiglineOfTWODOL-ONE! DOLLARS

NWt*| t'&ft1't Iwklrts Lemuel lie meant to take them through town- and occasionally forgot and rang too

M itt .Uland dautbtrr little except that, no doubt, accounted for his choiceof little or too much; also that he was .
Its 01 lk. It ua followed them so a rig. She knew he hated a shabby but a man and that hunger sometimescame '

tt+xit tU tbrre years since his outfit-especially upon Saturdays and gnawing at his vitals at say. .y Three-cornered George \VashingJ .

data tWy U4 at last been forced to court days. It might be he had busi- 11:45. whereupon he rang for 12 o'clock 71 *

Wtit tb shelter Grandma had grudgcW4J ness that could not wait-but some- and wandered home to his spaghetti I.\ ton Hats for Babies, Girls and ._

Irrftl slereiL1saeb how she felt that he was unkind to His appetite also accounted for occasional :

You know I won't think of anything but her extremity. delays in the bell for 1 o'clock. 71 Misses. Prices ?oe. and $1.00.0

"fe that" grandma had said to Jealt Then she sank Into a sort of daze, won Suppose Archangelo's mother was late I

tlaa. 1 e. missy, I'll marry you dering dully how It would seem to find In the cooking of the midday meal +New..e. I
l'l'I I
*f ta a year TUru you ran take your herself a pauper, duly committed. She could his father return to the piazza

iMWf i owe ..lthou. Itemember. had not thought of that before-of without his luncheon? And what doesa \ PRICES REDUCED I
"fff ttttota't U fbooi;(>... You course there were legal forms before quarter of an hour matter after all? I \, H I II.

slat isltt a beggar. You'll get some- they could claim the last refuge of the In Capri It Is truly dolce far nlente.-
IWria .tott I dies of ruurse. But I destitute, and would not the authorities ScrIbner's. I.\ To come and look means a purchase, -

&tal f i h rr. my butband's money get back at grandma? She had a
.a...! u k, if as | cn bvlp It, even dim idea that well to do folk had to /J. "Th l 44" '

.? 1 14 say tat spar, *hk-h I ha vent. answer for their near kin.No The Great Headache Cure, r

ll iwt .** a lot to do things. Why, doubt that was what Jimmy was iM

""' r-tirq bolt ",tn' Dearly bankrupts speaking about-he was talking low rs. C. W. Bache.
> ... have Bromo--Pepsin
Aaa 'Ilia has to things and eagerly to mamma. Yes. he was
... s tint a d dk-te .pltite, and so turning the horses toward the court- : : : : :H'R"R'I
... ... f% afford to be, be- ____-. __.. .. ____.
can house In a wink they drew "Note the \
ttaw square. irfp /lt wfi ( il *il i.;.
bavin what she
nB keep oo i
up there and Jimmy springing down. .
**%!. bm .aw tome to ependln' her T "I"."
held out his arms to her. "You know r r r
esa ktnry t ou',. got no money to there arrangements will trust U R .-- vr.... 'CTC*. I. Hi* ...ae
...s1. %. ,keel Utter learn economy. me to are make them?" he asked very you low. U cJ insomnia, Renjosness The orange is the longest tired fruit J lf* (*- psi----. .... .. .. 1
tree. It begins to bear the third take Mgt ..
a writ .
f'WI aJ Jessica could only bow her head year i f yr; hied *w
154J bad been fur going away then. speech was beyond her. Jimmy looted; On the Spot. after budding and for 100 years it will j j basket Nf' N-w M*.M i

'Ht hrr swy se's tlm rvu fears had at her his eyes tender,yet mischievous. yield abundant crops Orange twt was hot....., 14e .aaltr_ j
l1ftaJktl.l have been known to attain the rip Areas y+u esitawer III 'IIIiII'Irlt ..
M bet to stay. Jessy was "I want to commit you for life to a Xo Opines Absolutely Harmless. j
M ttrtdiy frrlty. Ib r eyes were too poorhouse of which I am keeper" he age of 300. The orange require less Lazy asas. i'ltftFayi. T1.h1ae
***** tee care and attention than any other fruit -
UH too severe. She had "Mamma is What illBngtuU, lit, lie, ui Ml
.** fita. HM and clean cut. and a whispered.do willing. For Sal By tree. Its early growth is rapid. U&t I 4. .-..... ;4 4fltlflat .

***/ ni below it Her hair waa you 8:1Y1""Xothlng." first two years it grows more than It ,. Sew abs .. JUf .. _
SaRa, bet I'INIter blue, Jessica said but aa she The will in the next fifty. This refer of 'i fierier N tastes ,1...ffife "
City Pharmacy =
AM tlha M Mark eyes and hair saId It she laid her.band in Jimmy'sstrong course to its height and breadth alone 4 10 ....pttl' .ttf........ a-.I I ;

*.4 veil blip rvlor. Grandma thought clasp and dropped her long LIVE OAK FLA. -Its fruit stems and consequently Us fteakliah r .. tea eat I* ., ;
lashed lids to veil a rush of happy
ft *. p+rtttint creature In the world. crops increase more rapidly afttr the oa the t+ot1ats of W P4. t '
1** .wt.A tbtart vat Jsslcy b.trd1r tears. 41-23-trwHrr. first ten w....f'IL _... ..... "'1hiiI!-. U

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{ Dn.UNL; ;TH .... 'ERGL.LDFS., the Everglades but'they are :not ja-l;;,... _" 1u."F\.f 'i ._ ,
QvE'O:: DAfl-Y DEMOCRAT superable. The proposition-flnght'ta:

(From the New Orleans TimesDem carry and will be unquestionably" DOWLING p.
'f' 'PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON- ocrat August 1, 1906-). great benefit to Florida.
jTi The people of:Florida will vote at .

J.:P. SHERWOOD, Editor and, Jlgr.IHE the fall election on a proposition to Already the, political statisticianhas p !MIlt tilMls M. JIll -.tfi )Q -:

( create a commission that will 'Investigate out his pencil and tab and. 13 "y

.; : 'IRE OinOBlJSMG COMPACT the possibility and advisability UAggerin. "-on Bryan's electoral Tote Miner 1 Springs, Hotel W -, :

) 1 v of draining the Everglades, next time. It will be Impossible to

the great swamp in Southern Florida keep him down from now on and we HOT AND COLD tUTHt w 1tr4"R. ir4dNir. tit>lrll*m& _
Entered at the post-office, Live which covers millions of acres ofland might as well be,resigned. Although PHONECONNECTIOHI. WilL ItMIPPK |fiU4 ._ ,

,Oak.. Florida as Second, Class Mall believed to be rich and fertile something of a nuisance 'he Is' a w -

Matter, November 7, 1905. if the water! can be drawn off. It js cherful cuss and we would really .>

proposed to endow .the commission rather have him than be .withoutEditor RATES REASONABLE ::: ==- ..

:' DAILY DEMOCRAT' 'wIIl be with great latitude of action. It may -

:"' THE mailed, to any part of the United drain or not, M 'it' sees fit? it may c s ADDRESS. P -RK HOTEL. oowLIIG FMK fLMl, ; ':

fate postage prepaid "for $5.00 begin the work at"onca.or1 deter it Appleyard the Lake '- '

'per year; $2.50 for six months; Indefinitely; it- may drain what portions City Index at the Valdosta convention '

:$L25- '.for three months or it pleases and leave the rest was made editor of the Sea Island BEAUTFUL WOMENSTRONG

60 cents for five weeks, in advance unreclaimed;' it may impose a. Cotton department of the Southern
tax of ten Cotton Journal of Atlanta the AND -
Delivered to any part of the city special cents an acre on & -

by carrier for 10 cents per, week. such persons as will be beneflttedj chief organ of the Southern Cotton MEN

it may..sell any and all reclaimed Association. It was a deserved tribute

land at' private sale; collect taxes; to a gentleman who has been aO.Q 10.wlwa e toeautr attner andtrenrtb 11a.

v DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. carry on irrigation work after drain conspiciously ,energetic in promotingthe .__ fcuten it**!! OJI them % t'
But do not despair
age is completed and perform many interests of the Southern Cotton -
For Member of .Coogreea. Zad Congressional .. DR.McGXE.SBACKAQU
r District ,. other duties., In other words It has Association in Florida. i
FRANK CLARE of Columbia. the great powers granted to levee : ANDKIDNEY 4 ( ,
I. Governor Broward will answer at CUBE v
and drainage boards in Louisiana
for Justice of the Court
Supreme length in the Pensacola Journal next
CHA3. B. FAKKHUI of Eseanibi and Mississippi, and which have been wnl bring ton back to BfoDon't
Sunday the leading question recently and Lento. OTwiMktnose zt.----
> JAMES B.WHTTFIELD. of Leon. found necessary to enable them to uaios in to*ISHCK--tma I1'' j
propounded by that why the '
paper all sons taolieei n r- + '
For Pfrfl"p"t Commissioner do any effective work. .nnsaesa, hestisorae-tneF ;, '
; people of Florida should to the
;. NEWTON A. BUTCH of Levy. The proposition has the strong go all point to kUUty. dis srs ; { t'' e +z.. 1
heavy expense of draining the Everglades in one ofittorms.up Get w..t ; -
B.HUDSON BURR. of Dade support of Governor Broward but -a this tern 1e w.... : } kr' >
when the property Is In litigation SA time bY' buying a bottle et R,* + j = 6-s- ;
Foe Member, BOOM of Bepreeentfttiree: w e are hearing the usual objections tau wA&tltrfal raaedr to i -.
W; B-DORMAN.' to improvement ; and opposition and the railroads. may, win Uy. A airs ear to* JUuu- ; : tt essfarr
W.B.YeCLELLAN the the suits they have brought.to.secure mauambLtUnb..o and !; aj, r 1; '.- ., f --
to the proposed drainage has you t =.
11 Assessor the title to those lands. The:Gore r. dru.c1I"e&Wi %!.w. a ;fI + -' -
For : tried to create a diversion by asking boui.
A.. D. HEMMDKK nor's reply will be read with keen
the following questions: Interest
all over the State.
For Tax Collector Will the drainage of the Everglades -

; f-. J. N."_ cause climatic changes that The Crystal River News has chang LIVE OAK DRUG

Foe Cgantj Treasurer' will do harm of more cost than the ed hands and the name of A. S.' Ki a-.. -

G. B., LORD- land Jo be" reclaimed will b/worth? is now at the masthead as editor of

.- 3 To whom will the land belong after the paper. In his modest salutatory SELLS MERCANTILE, BUSINESS. Hv.All IUD.E'ti" _:
For Member of School Board -' .....
: it is reclaimed? Does the State now Mr. ,King says that he is new at the -
M.A.ADAMS., and will Arthur Lewin Sells His Stock of riooas Yaw .. It f-
t L M. CARVER '. need the land or would it be betterto business quite likely make
s LL WISE. wait until there is a larger population many mistakes and for that reason Goods to SuraskT Bros. Will fkx* 8* 1,....., .

? Would the placing of so much asks the forbearance of his readershe Arthur Lewin, who succeeded his bat id*

For Member Board County Commiastonen; land on the market depreciate t and promises to do his best and learn father, the late H. K. Lewin, la the That ),Ir. RMIw s e*tt

JL L. BURNETT. value of the other land"owned by with experience. That is the right mercantile business in this city sold yet from the ,tea t*
3. C. DAVIS.J. .
spirit for and his business Saturday afternoon to fault of taU ofie* .m
.H. GRANT. the people? Have any thorough; a new spirit our best ss
W.A.TISON. surveys been made showing the best wishes are with Brother King. Surasky Brothers. The sale was very of the cartooft&tt A* fe -

r 1.I.DEMPSEY" ,. I places for the location of drainage much of a surprise to Arthur's friends before the took *.i. i# -
Mr, Bryan went from New York tofor
,: and acquaintances.
works? Would the land sell New He had been In test Illustrated fe**. t
Haven Conn., where he met
/ :Those fool ,Insurgents will moik eye more if put on the market ten twenty great welcome. In the course of his a business at this same stand for eleven bj a Southern offl*# .

,along' with, their littler 'imcrow''r or thirty years hence than if offered speech he said that New years and while he had been heard Ing of iUeitritfeeiand laai
bellion down in :Cuba England had to say: "I believe I will sell "
until Unele; within a year or two? never been considered out, taxed oar paitotM1cost

z Sam wilj fee llec.i.hil duty under the 'There have been Joint debates on ing place for Democrats.a good' breed- no one thought he meant U, and we the author attar ..

Platt amendment ,and step down this subject between Governor Bro Perhaps doubt if he did, but when he mentioned he at one Urn* t&. J -
not, but It's fact
a genuine
there,-. and 'lick the ,whole mongrel ward and the opponents, of the im New England it to air ,Surasky stating the entlre.book, l+er r=e

outfit-, and' annex the Island. provement. It is needless to say In one Democrat ,Is ,the'. best "lump" price for the stock, be found. admirers of Ur Ib.tktk''W
on earth. His isthis
party loyalty
Louisiana, where much work of glorious and a ready buyer and the trade was rejoice with Ws O.H aof -
; Inspiring. Nothing discourage
.That,8erie3nof articles to kind has made and goods transferred. the mAke. .
appear already been,done, that the him or abates his enthusiasm Bp of 'It ftI
fir. l1if the Tampa/Tribune from tl! tVn> Objections contained in the Questions and he' "votes 'er straight" -'every Mr. Arthur Lewin was one of tbe torts la the rnta 01 U'-t1"a'
of' Hon. Rj W. Davis, dealing, with asked are not worth a moment's con time the. most popular merchants of our city But w* surt d <'''< _

;. the b1story'oi-Florida and'Sketchingth sideration. The idea that the dr sinwhere Lei gets"is North a chance no East matter and always commanded a good bust question that has ...tt -,
@ careers of her public men will of or il ess. He was clever and aceomodating. .
age a small section of Florida will West. all sides M to *ta i.

be: fascinating reading and no one is change climatic conditions is too preposterous yet a thorough and good bust be from lae $reaa. ii tg i :.,

better equipped for the task than Mr.Davis for a moment's consideration The Live Oak Democrat says we. ness man, and always stood high In that w* ani.*a< ttw .,

; and it is. a .wonder' that those must' enforce the vagrancy laws. So the business world and has built for the cartoons, aM hMh.c- ....

r- who suggested this did not pretend we would :If we could, but, our national himself a name and reputation which or three we4s wes f: !

{ The Democrat publishes in this issue that it would unfavorably affect the :troubles come largely from the any man should feel proud of. Hi pleted the prt.* fa ,.' -

at' the request of Governor Bromoon.; We have drained twenty imperfect partial hysterical enforcement honesty and integrity were never and pro&tae VM of ;'fe=

ward a' leading article from the New times as much land along the Mississippi [ of the laws. You can't ,have questioned, and no matter where he ever turned wit b> p ,

Orleans. Times-Democrat, on the subject river In the same condition justice by screaming vaguely and may go, he will always have the goo 1Tfcat oar eety wilt ., .

draining the Everglades. That as the Everglades without the faintest Jumping about. The president has will and best wishes o.f every citizen the first tt4Wtiaaj nli>I, .

paper is, of course Impartial on the suspicion of any climatic effect. fit after fit. and one law after anotheris of our city and county. ,' the! tsptfes; of "'"....f..1t'
' issues and its views_ will have special The proposition that the recoveryof'so enforced for a day-that's all, butit Surasky Brothers, purchaser* ofthe the! sllh4..t do** t t.

interest as coming from a state in much swamp land may have a Is not justice. Did you ever watch Lewin stock are well known progressive the! author at %* wt a'

which extensive drainage has beenin tendency to depreciate the value of a jaybird who has seen a boy or a merchants of this city, Wing : deed aa a4*. .ers r..t> .t
progress for many years. land already drained I snake in the neighborhood of 'ItsI the owners of the Globe store. In
probably exerts the life Is
a J+ t...... 'm .'"-
-- more influence in nest? Just so the president hops Dowling block. They have
organizing. ,an leased th eta; the bosons .* .'.f' ....
The Ocala, Banner has the' followIng opposition. It is probably feared that I from twig to twig and screams and Lewin store building and will co a- '':
fOmDlUDllr "" ,
to say of the new soon to the-Florida land dances in dismay or tinue the business i
paper market will be anger, and then at,this stand runnlng i- i i 1 i a advertises fa* m. ,<.
a established in this city: supplied and that )his may cause he sees another bugaboo and sails off the two stores absolutely |a i
imeaa: mot MMM .
"Live Oak is to have, a new paper. depreciation in values. Here also we through the air to tackle a crow or dependent of of each other. The new'I;, IMM > iu

The Lake City Index says it ia not c:an safely tell our friends of Florida an owl that never thought of him before fall and winter stock for the Lewlo read ecause tie to** i,
to "fill a long felt want:' because that they have nothing to fear. The and is quietly about its business.rer store will arrive In a few I IHf MM aatteatloa : *"
f Live Oak DeW ....... '
has'a dal"I
good paper alreadyand great work. of draining and reclaiming Times-Union. I I .
aad a lot #f ... <. .
the "want II.
has long been filled." lands on the Mississippi and the Th*t'8 all very true 'as to Mr. Prof. J. E. Wood county superin

Yes, but the biggest Interior town in Gulf coast of Louisiana, In the Yazoo Roosevelt, but the enforcement of our tendent, returned Friday afternoon ia' book sad tt. aas_ .

the state ought to have at least two delta, the Tensas bottoms and the vagrancy laws is a matter for our after a week's solid work viiihe I but as sere 4 i.*r. .
*|*1 Nai\
newspapers to express and officers here in ing the 4 I titer I' ..
expound swamps of Cameron Vermilion and Florida and t schools throughout the coooIty.
her glories. Messrs. Osborne and Terrebonne has not only not sent President has nothing to do with Among the schools visited ;..i by the t.+Htsa.+1 au

McDanlel are the promoters of this down them. We the were means aa a4HMWs.r.. fwI
values but actually advanced appreciate the illustration following: Delegal, ftlxforyrd. I I
d. ; and .
new enterprise and 8a tftftM; > ctMq .
s both are thorough :them and this is Ute experience the of the Times-Union but we still B Oak Grove, Poplar and Union

printers and there Is no mystery attaching world over. Immigrants do not care have enough of states rights left us and he reports them progressing, I There artCounty's t....... ,.f.

to the "art preservative ofart" to come into a section which consists to look after the vagrants without nicely. The Improvement In M.Mrf i. >t>- rs..

that they have not'explored and mainly of swamps. The more improved Federal aid or Interference. If the line is very notlcable, and the discip wm U a '"*.... h, ..
mastered. Times-Union I IDa, etw tt ltlll. aM r... 1& _
r land there Is in any State or would lead the way with thoroughout the county Is I
dratr to use MM ess 1 ......
vigor and the much
district the other state better
higher the value of thatnd papers than for any previous I
Doubtless no newspaper In Florida lever ranges. would join in, we would,soon have a year. Teachers puplU and Bat tits U tires MI '... <(

Y received a handsomer compliment The problem of draining thee Everglades sentiment against vagrancy that are taking a deeper interest in parents educational I wry |4c4 r. awl of *** 41

than the following from th baa never been either as difficult would do the work. Here in Live matters than ever ls able to mad tllett. 1tpd4t

Punta Gorda' Herald, and we attach or as expensive as the drainageof Oak our city authorities took hold Harmony prevails and it Is a before. I Ito err uerH. Y.. .... ..t 0

special value to it because of its the lands on the Mississippi. There of the evil without gloves and drove visit the school and pleasure when you Mir ..*. i'
see such fine
sincerity and because It comes Trom Is no mighty river to contend with the loafers out, and the same can be work being done.

the p u'of one of the admittedly no levees to be built. It is only done all over the state, and should ---- DM'
ablest newspaper men in the be Nave Your Cart
state necessary to provide the drains and done without delay. On Saturday Surasky
thoroughly qualified to sit in' Brothers
"judgment keep them open. Twenty years bought the A. H. Lewin Work
r on the merits or demerits of Th Times-Democrat sent PARK DRAMATIC COMPANY. clothing on the stock of Mich rid .
an expedition corner of Ohio :
a contemporary, That is The favorite C. a era
what W. Park
through the Dramatic nue
Everglades and
which Howard I
Editor Jordan Is and here Is what while it by no mean +settled all the Company la with us once more. and: Brothers are wide awake street gum "At the Mill! t .
he about the Democrat tonight will and eat er-
says : problem Involved commence week's e ngprising '
showed that the merchants and In !
,"The Live Oak Daily Democrat difficulty agement under canvas the near
largely an future
I due to natural will open an I
> last week was enlarged to eight I obstructions, which prevented the entirely new list of plays, with complete : of general merchandise up-to-date stock I .
ia their I ''iii me Ilief
I pages. It was already in spirit and outflow of the rainfall pretty much change of bill nightly. location. We understand new

editorial ability one of the biggest the same way a? the Atcbafalaya The play for tonight Is "Tennes- will also continue that they -

papers in the land and now it*Is going and Red river "rafts" formerly con- see's Pardner" a four-act comedy their old stand doing business at
on the
to the front In physical propor.tlonSo verted a large portion of Louisiana drama which has already won Its ard and Pine street. corner Look of How. I I Build them WIII.r .

< It Is one of the cleanest and Into a great spurs In the larger cities. It k said out for
swamp Interspersed with their,big "Ad" In a few days. tee. Hive Bulk Ham ** i
'\beat papers that honor the'South by many lakes. U took some work and to be full of wit and funny situations, I

their' lofty bearing and its success- some years to remedy this condition and tells a consistent and sympathetic Commencing today the Building mm ."? I

.l progress and growth Is a source of affairs in Louisiana but this e cost story as well our,' city will remain open until a boat For Best Prim Wrw*
Moving .
gratification to all who rejoice was not great. There may be other pictures the very latest 9 o'clock p. m. For the past three

ag""genuine I(difficulties ones will be shown between a cts. months they have 'I W. ii ADkP.
merit rewarded. I In the way in thy been closing at'
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I tiE TIEY GO C. B. Willard,:who recently':moved I With erery.23 cents.p you I. : _::: : :i:
: to.White Springs and is.manager" get a chance on the bean is -- ,
the Paxton House was a visitor to in our Show Window.'* S & _
l., the city yesterday, Powers. ney COMING TO LIVE COAX
.. f ftt Bt3
Know. So-Bi-Col-What Is it? Col. M. P.Horne; a leading attor- 1 _

new of Jasper, was a visitor in our .
Fred Bremer, manager of the Live city yesterday. He says a large Return of the Favorites] __

&U Dij In Lm Oil. Oak Brick Manufacturing Company .crowd of citizens of Hamilton and .
In company with his wife left yesterday -!adjoining counties were in Jasper -

J for a few days' visit at W.aycross.1 I Saturday to hear Governor Broward For One Week Commencing

fe.B-C t-\Yhat U itTHU --F- i speak.C. ..
r See Helvenston Brothers about that
inanranceX'Tney have Just W, Parks Stock Monday Sept. -
fOIl w* th* handsome presents Company Is 3.,
Mir '*!*>* Window" you get a what you are Uyrfang for.and it costs here for a week's' engagement. This
ckrt with rrrrj 23 cents purchase but $1,00 per thousand. per'.annum. deservedly popular company has always -
rjr A I'uN rrs. '- ,in the past given good clean /The C. W. Park Draw
The little daughter of Mr. and : plays. No company has ever playedto

Outfit icUod returned to Dealt Mrs. J; C., Roof is, reported as,being i larger crowds In Live Oak, and
? tail morning some better .today but is yet very. we suggest that everybody go and Presenting in their own canvas theatre, which y
sick. enjoy a good laugh. waterproof and lighted with electricitYt.the bed

s.. J. C. Lyle high grace In- j plays before the American people. ,All New York]

Jtsaderent lights. ,/ 294t LOST-:Between Live Oak and The condition of Mr. Walter K. i successes. ."Northern Lights"At Cripple Creek,'*!
MMMBMi Wellborn, pocketbook containing Collins who has been 111 for the past "
"The Runaway Match Wedded and Parted "Whj
J. W. Ward, of Floral City, was at about $65 and several checks. Liberal few days at his home, north of town "
Lt Ethel last bight. reward will be paid for return of seems to be no better In fact It Is Women Sin, "Tennessee Partner, "Under Two]

pocketbook and contents to the Dem- thought that he is growing worse. Flags Dora Thorne," and many others._

E1A. W. A. Jordan, of Dowling ocrat office. Dr. Efird and Dr. Brown of this city
park, is la the city today. and Dr. Sultan of Lake City, have The Latest loving Pictures Between the Acts.
"Y Mrs. W H. Brooks arrived here been in attendance and it is hoped
FOR RENT-SeteraX four and six- S irday night from Terrell Fla, that under the skillful care of these
cottages. Apply\t this office. and will spend sometime with rela- physicians he w ll Improve. MailiiBB Saturflayflliernoon\ 3 0'flott.l

tives. '
W", M. Lee with the Citizens Bank I I Miss Mamie Cherry and mother People's Popular Prices

t Perry, U In Life Oak. Our students are all accepting positions have returned to our city and are CHILDREN, 25C. ADULTS, 3fe I
new ones wanted at once to housekeeping at Mrs. Armstrong's on RESERVED SEATS, 15c. EXTRA. '

N II. Thomas. of Alton la looking take their pla.es.. Southern Business Ohio avenue. Miss Cherry had Location of Tent, same as before Opposite Union] 4
!ier business affairs here today. College.. |charge and successfully conductedthe ,

kindergarten... school here last Depot:., _
Dotted swiss at \lies M. V. Ed- All Woodmen are requested: to be year and her services have been
|aids at 8 and 10 cSnts per yard. present tomorrow night at the regular -!secured for the next term. During .

monthly meeting. Business of vacation she attended the Teachers' ---
S P. lowland of Lancaster; is In importance to transact.I :Normal and Training School at '
city today transacting business.C .Nashville,.Tenn.. where she took the ,,1 ll I'' '! IiII'II!' A LIQUID COLD CWE TI

am shoeing everything needed special kindergarten course, and is -AND-
E. Duckworth one of Suwann, in your toot, In the way of fur !: now better equipped than ever before
iunty good farmers, is In town shop8. ture, all goofls. from cheapest to the for work. Her pupils as well as all LAXAT IYEi/OU6i1SYP ,
l- best. E. SJTullock & Co. It the good people of Live Oak" are N

delighted to have Miss Cherry withus
E. Townsend of Lawtey, was W A. Moca; prominent farmer again.
rr. yesterday with relatives and living a few miles south of Live Oak j I I I -

141. / was a visitor in the city today and Neal Harris who holds a lucrative
was'a pleasant caller at the Democrat position with the Atlantic Coast Line ) k4&

Meals, !5c. at the City Restaurant I I at Valdosta was in.. the city today r
4hi only white restaurant in the office.What He Is, off on a vacation: and.is spend-
I y. / la Soo Bi- ol? ing a greater >part of the time with 411IIII<< co r. rrvy+
his brother Conductor Harris of the
O. W Devan and 11. J. Wade busies M. S. Burnett of the firm of ,M, Florida Railway Neal Harris is one NO LIGHT SO RARE Tt. Etd Cloves Blowa at tte EaaeySMW _

men of Madison were at -the I. 'Burne'tt & Co., returned today of 'th'e cleverest and best boys in the Nor yet as soft and brilliant as ZTuy Jowe
;:11 JC'lt r4IJ. from Baltimore, Philadelphia and world. About fifteen years ago he "A Cold or a Cough nearly stays "...
-- > the electric light Maybe you duces constipation-th water all raw t9 Ot
New York. While away:Mrl Burnett started out to learn theprinters trade
J. B, Hall train master of.the stockofgoody {Ocala the grant that, but are dubious as to eyes nose and throat instead of.pissfef out
bought. an immense ? and. worked hi" : ;;. at cases : of tho system through the liver sad kUMyt.
nth Georgia Railway, Is a visitor for his 'firm. Miss *Vernie Bryan' along with the* editor! of the Dem-' cost. If you are the least-bit in- For tho want of moisture thsbovslsbteoini

Uvt Oak today.tw was a sight seerer on the trip with ocrat. Later he reformed and has terested in electric. illumination, dry and hard. Keuly all other cecrl eersi
art constipating,especially then coniaiainf
Mr.. Burnett. ". for"a number of years. been with the ask about appliances; fixtures. Opiates. Kennedy Usathra Honey as)
Ready tfa skirts at I Coast Line.- While in Live Oak he wiring-anything about "every- Tar moves tha bowels, contain to Opia4M
11 U. \'. Handsomest DeWitt's Witch Hazel: Salve'is best. dropped in to see us and talk over
thing electrical" We well KENNEDY'SLAXATIVE
M la Llvt 29-4t Get DeWitt's. Good If or everything. ; role times.. are
f" a salve' is used for. including piles. t, _i- posted and our information is at I

i i C U McLaln, a prominent. Imerut Sold by City Pharmacy.. | DEATH OF 31KS E. A. UUKDICX.j your disposal--see us if you maen I
|) of PearMk Is among tire busivlsitors j The Democrat notes with deepest business,. anmaruoHONEYTAR
In the city today., Radford's Jewelry store has just: .regrets the death of Mrs. E. A. Bur*
I received sAme very handsome gold I I dick., wife of our highly esteemed I
J. C. L
!dah+w. at h-oio.m-l'O'/ bracelets. Also among his new articles merchant citizen E. A. Burdick. YLE.'I *
09 Relieves Colds by working fem ml
just in are ladies side and back;:i Mrs. Burdick has been ill for some of the system through a copious actiea d
Urt L U. Ncwlan, of South Car combs of exquisite design.Something I time and for the past few weeks was LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.BARDIN _tho bowels.
ta, I* ttdtlng her parent*. Mr. |known to be rapidly sinking. Her 9* Relieves Coughs by cleansing tad
4 Wn. 0 N. Go!, near town.Witt's new? So- j.CoI. ; death was caused by that dreaded strengthening tho tho mucous membfsass of
throat.chestlungs and bronchial tubes.
!, malady tuberculosis. Her demise, &
Unit Early Risers. ? sMrs.. Geo. Lee and little daughter,,i while not altogether unexpected For Croup, Whooping Grata,La OrlJ'flt'
I Influenza, Bronchitis, and all Covfis,
ft this HUt that do not gripe or Leona :were in the city Sunday en- must of necessity come as a heart. EDWARDS Colds Lung sad Broachlll elections M
**L Bold by City Pharmacy. route to Tallahassee to attend Uh 3 rending shock to the husband and I remedy is equal to Kennedy's Luttirs
wedding of Miss .Lizzie Dickinson, other relatives. Honey sad Tu. Ciilina Ills It.

Irs. J, .. Le returned borne yeaU which takes place In that city Wednesday The family physician Dr.. T, S. Put up to 2Se.SOc and SI.OO tettl*.(the L...
V 38 acres in South en.&ery.f E.O.DeWitt A C..,CMci ,u.....
| trust a few weeks' visit with afternoon Anderson, was in attendance during

pr.su U Alabama. __ j l her last illness and all was done that East Live City Pharmacy
Good for the cough removes the medical skill could do to bring relief. Oak--lY-1

the Il of all kinds /nd cold, the cause of the cough. That's'the The funeral service will take.place ing East PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

t liatttf tit be had from J. C. work of Kennedy's Laxative tomorrow afternoon and will be conducted -

t! L n.uMi .. Honey and Tar-the original laxative by Rev. Ford, of the Presby- Avenue. L. E.ROBERSOS.TJ A.a.1.4U.-.

cough syrup. Contains no opi- terian church. OBERSON & SMALL,

w U Labor Day. a legal bollaa4 ates. Sold by City Pharmacy.The This is a desirable a
|. U toaMqllfnte the post. I INSURANCE BUSINESS SOLD.

4 iu4 teaks were closed. Hinely-Stephens Company received tract for subdivision ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:. LAW.
another car-load of fine mules J. 11. Gardner Sells His Busing tot
atiase. Ita ry has opened InC this morning. If we were inclined I 11.\W. Helvenston. to the City of I I Will do general practice ia State aDd
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i Federal Courts.
T, 111[ fatel store, opposite to bet we would wager. that Live Oak !
os t foe fresh cakes and sell stock than other town '' J. B. Gardner who has been in the I
more any Live Oak. Within
KOOKS 1 [ .
tts AMD 3 TJrw4.wl. Lswu ais no a.
Insurance business here for several
naaaM Bakery. she State.
Its In the '''0..Non 110.
, ., i,; years has sold his fire life and accident five minutes walk LIVE OAt : t IUOUDA.
L Data. ol Woodstock Camp, insurance agency to B. W. '
!** Some new views of Suwannee
* tf **'.r4ay sad went out to'lire River the best yet. are among the Helvenston of Court House. C.9. BBOWX.TJROWN. r.L TII6......
( .-..3 .f.*!, Id spend Sunday, mammoth collection of post cards on I.I Mr. Gardner expects to leave today & THOMASON,
for for
Montgomery. Ala., a
sale at the City Pharmacy Lots 150 yards
tot week's visit. He is excellent
.. I Ki f 4 acaln.UE an young
.. man. honest sober and industrious from this PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
W. J. Hillman and T. S. Baisden proposi- ,
i .' ttrr tad family have and we hope he may soon embark in
returned from New York yesterday LIVE OAt[. : j i rIJ>1lDA.
other line of business here.
Cr..i liam)>toB Springs some tion are selling today
I where they went to be present at the
a mast it.it at tbat popular The addition of the insurance com
great reception tendered the Hon. panies formerly represented by Mr. at $1,000. M. DIXON,
Wllllan J. Bryan on his return from: Gardner to Prof. Helvenston's L.

t. 1h hsttkssa, eae of the abroad. agency, gives him the agency for
IFS* in U. thHvtoc town of -- nearly all the old line fire insurance

W Is th HUT fora few We carry a large stock of fine companies. .He has been in the In- $6,500for ORTODONTIA : CKOWN : AND : BUDCI
l Wit; Itb kU many friends. visiting card, and print them neatlyIn surance business here for a long num- WORK : SFECULTIIS.
-... any style desired at the Democrat ber of years and has built up a large .

k.......56 i returned to Jack office business. He has always been promptin --

tfckp -|*t* bas a good I II I attention to all business entrustedto the 38 acres. M.E.. BROOME,
att.+! f ha "I" 'Itlt her The Florida Live Stock and Vehicle him strictly honest in his dealings
9'- h.a, Co.. sold IS head of mules this with his companies and the customersand
morning before eleven o'clock. This I II has the reputation (and he deserves ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW.

f ;' tsei tke pretdtat line I It certainly a very satisfactory hltslI it), of. being one of the best. Real Estate and Investments LITE OAt[. i FLORIDA.WfflpraetietetnUk .

., *14 et str. table rer I ness to the owners. It Is also an Indication Insurance agents in Central Florida.
.teoarta tile at t.. !....
Iii Uvs Come around that the trade In live stock BAISDEN BUILDING.. ial attention sivea to Canrtyaan Ct&stw*
8, ; tl s & 8. Tttl this fall and dater will bt'larger' Try Daily Democrat, only lOc _a at At Renu.*. "Ew. All tea. prat. s t2y'...*..*
U than ever before week delivered. -
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'" returning September < 'k & ;:
TO CUBE A FElO I Memphis L. $ ** '
un Sam. Kendall. of Phlllipsburg, 20th, 1906 \ < wF
Matt "just,cover it over with,Buck- $3iL26-Dallas, Texas, and return. "' '., ,-
, Jea'i Arnica Salre and the Salve will Tickets sold October 6th and < .t

do the rest." Quickest cure for. 7th. Final return limit 2t $ 0' .

Boras, Bolls.. Sores, Scalds, Wounds, days from date of sale. v
Piles Eczema.Salt Rheum, Chapped $32.80-Buffalo, 1. Y.. .and ,return.
Hands Sore,Feet and Sore Eyes. Tickets sold October |0th,
Oily 25c at Barclay & Groover's drug 11th and 12th. Final return '
ctore. Guaranteed. 19th limit.,, 1905.leaving Buffalo October WINS THE \ .

The Art of Idling. 19.60-Xew Orleans, La., and re .
Cultivate the art of Idling There Is turn. Tickets- ..on sale October "
DO doubt that ta be abe to idle at will 12th to 15th, inclusive. cl' -
Is a most valuable gift.and one which Final return limit October 30, ; >' < '

; la becoming rarer every day. The .art 1906. By depositing ticket W' AY
- of kofing Is not properly understood -
by the majority of people. Much has with Special Agent, New Orleans .. .
been written on"the subject. Steven- and paying fee of 50c :
Ma dealt with It in an essay ilr. an extension of return limit
Kenneth Grahame touched on it in can, be secured until Novem- 71
"Pagan Papers," and Mr. Barry Pain ber 30, 1906. -''_.
c baa same illuminating remarkson, the $17.65-Memphis, Tenn. and return.
ubjtct in his Canadian' canoe book._ sold October 15th
There I* a subtle difference between EXHIBl'
16th, 17th and 18th, Final W
the flews of these experts. Mr. Gra-
Lime advocated absolute idleness. return limit October 30th. By
\\ Mr. Pain pointed out. with more troth depositing ticket with Special in our show windows "

that the great art of loafing was to do Agent, Memphis, and paving,
the easiest thing and that sometimes It fee of 50 cents an extension
to totter to work than to be Idle. This of return limit can be secured
is the secret of the whole matter. The until November 30, 1906.

superficial Idler thinks It his duty to $46.03 Chicago, Illinois and return. 1 PAIR UANO-PAINUO UN :
b* Idle on every occasion. The man YfMS
sale to September
Tickets daily
I .who baa studied the subject knows on !i
fe that this is an entirely erroneous 30th.. Final- return .
vlnr. There are times when we feel limit October 31, 1906.
that we must be up and doing. It we $3&40tot Springs, Ark.. and re l
sternly repress thla Inclination our turn. Tickets sold daily. \ "
peace U disturbed. The really scientific Final return limit 90 days I 1 CHOCOLATE SET IN CASf
? Idler Is the man who can idle at from date of sale. :
will-London Chronicle.
Dally to September 30th roundtrip "
of summer tourist tickets will bon e
the Typewriter.
"The history of the typewriter Is In sale ,to ,various resorts. Full information .
terestog.* said an Inventor. The first schedules, time tables, :
patented machine was Henry Mill's. etc., will furnished promptly on \ 1 UAND-PAINUD PUNCU BOWL
It was as big as a bureau and made no application to f
popular appeal This was In England G. E. HERRING
y la 1714. The first bar machine a
type Fla. Pass. Agent, L. & N. R. K., '1 \ :
made In America. Its Inventorwas .
No. 118 W. Bay St.
A. H Beach. The patent was
taken out In 18 6. The Beach typewriter JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the
goods are finest importat
was not praM1 l The first These
practical typewriter was invented by NOTICE OF ELECTION'
Latham Sholes In 1867. Sholes had for "i China obtainable and will be gr

partners S. W..Soul and Carlos Gild- To the Sheriff of Suwannee County, ..
den but these two men became dig- "
Of.the State of. Florida: free of charge to the "
couraged and dropped out. It wasn't away person or
till some years later that Sholes got his

machine ready for the market Then Be It Known, That I, H. CLAY sons holding the lucky numbers. .
he took It to a big firm of gunmakers ,
CRAWFORD Secretary of .State o t \
the Beminrtona and It at once begm'to -
sell on a large scale. Sholes remained the State of Florida, do hereby give
In the employ of the Reming notice that a
tons up to the time of his death." General Election

will be held In Suwannee County,, \ :
Cascaswtet Is a vegetable corrective State of Florida on Tuesday next BEGINNING SEPT. 1 L.
for the stomach and bowels of
succeeding the first Monday in Nov
babies and children. Contains no
ember. A. D., 1906. the said Tuesday -
opiates and the Ingredients are on

each and every bottle. Pleasing to being Sixth the Day of November and continuing until Dec. 24, we will
take. Bold
by City Pharmacy.
For One Representative of the Second
Congressional District of Florida \ with each CASH PURCHASE of 25c :
Maria.1said Boggles to his wife, .
I in the Sixtieth Congress of the
with an Idea of Instructing her in political
economy, "do you know what United States. 'one coupon ticket which will
dvil service far For Two: Railroad Commissioners for
'Jasper.replied Mrs. Boggles with the State of Florida. -
memory of recent contact with the Two Justices of the Supreme Courttot entitle the holder to a
cook "there Isnt any" i the State of Florida.

For Two Members of the House of chance on these
F A Difference la Kick. '
Representatives of the State of ; ,
People are queer. If a man's neighbor
Is kicked by a horse the neighborsare Florida. beautifulprizes.
serious and concerned for the Injured For County Assessor of Taxes. i .
F man's welfare. But If the neighbor For'Tax Collector.
is kicked by a mule the best the For County Treasurer. .
; neighbors can do for him Is to laugh. For Five County Commissioners. /1 .

Kansa? City Journal I For Three Members of the County .

t Wald Be Board of Public Instruction.For .
i More Careful.
Heavy Father (violentlyV-Now, Justice of the Peace in and for .
1 here. Molly don't let me catch you seed the following Justice Districts,
t" young Dovecot flirting together In the Viz: No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, No MA S TO WHAT THE
conservatory again. Guileless Daughter 7, No. 8, No. 10, No. 11, No. 12, LUCKY K.
(d murrfy)-No. father, you shan't No. 13, No 14, No. 15, No. 16 and .

a? -Bystander. For No.Constable 17. in and for the follow bers are we do not know and will not kfi."*

things Greatness of life U and to take walk the truly Comm among ing Justice Districts viz: No. 1, No.I til the 24th. day of December when "

th m,-Schrdner. 2, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, No. 7No. .' we oxpert to
8, No. 10, No, 11, No. 12, No
LOW ROUND TRUlUTES 13, No. 14, No. 15, No. 16' and i \ a telegram from the house from whom we \\

vmIACISV .. No. 17. I .
ILLS & NASHVILLE R. R. InTestimony Whereof, I have hereunto these goods, telling us what the three l lucky
The Louisville & Nashville Railroad set my hand and affixed the nut :

will sell round-trip tickets from great Seal of the State of Florida, are. This telegram
Jacksonville to points shown on dates at Tallahassee, the Capital, this \ willjthen be placed in our _. "
;- indicated. Proportionately low rates tke first day of September A. D

'. from other points: 1906, so that every one may see just what numb :
'11.M-Ie-mpbls. Tennn and return (L.S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD,

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

to 12th, Inclusive. Final r eTo J. H. Rickerson Sheriff of Su 7 ,
turn limit good to Jeave wannee County.SUWANNEEBAKERY.


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Bread, Cake, Pies Etc. '/I r %t'oHlgh! OradeOracers: ,<

- <;p ,
Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a .

k Specialty. Mays Bros., Broome & Turbeville, l'i1q.FRE DELIVERY '

Surrency Powers and G. W. Townsend handle 71 < j.

,Qur bread, and no others. TPhone V '
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[ It's a '.significant fact, that ,the SOUTHERNRAILWAY

t strongest animal 41 Its site the gorll- .. ,
IDLE MONEYMoney 1 la, also has the largest lungs. Powerful _

lungs means powerful creatures.How i: TWO TRAINS DAILY TO WASHINGTON AND NHWT9M. l lNo. I. -_

to keep .the* breathing organs

right should be man's chiefest'study, .
Schedule Effecthr* November% X96&, -
often lies idle Like thousands of others, Mrs. bra ; :; ]
A. Stephens, of Port Williams O., Na M Na 80t TwoTraiu East No.12 NORTH AND wilt

opportunities for :has learned how to do this. She U 9 05a 40a10 1 40p'Lv 65'PLy..JaekloDTiIle..Ar!' _JesaupAr D t Az.Jaeboa'ritle8.b .A..f -
awaiting 10 lOp LT.Jeuup.G&.S. R. "
writes: "Three bottles of Dr. King's 1 ZOp 12 15p1Lv.Savaanah..Ar I boa 18 3Latioa. L.a RI I.C
6 65p C 00a Ar..Coiumba..Lv ..
I t0.Ar.AtletLGa.s.R7.Ly
New Discovery stopped my cough of 1006p I 56a Ar..Charlotth ;Ly TOt.Ar.Rome.Ga..8.Ro.L'I c"

investment; but these op- two; year! and cured me of what,my 12 106&56a 12 I Sip lOp Ar..D&D'rille..LY Ar..Greenabora..L 8 Z5a Ar Ar.JI1toD.Ca..s.lb. :Lv' -- ;
9 452 Cbatsaga.n.Rr Ll'.59a =?
friends thought consumption. 0, It's 6 I C2J ._. : wd..LY sop Ar.LWnItQ.0\... -_-
portunities do not come grand, for throat and lung trou U7. m;!Ar..LyneLbarg..Lv I '140p Ar.CIDc'raatl.OQ &C.Ll' J. .
6 02a C lOp Ar.CbarlottelYlile Lv 8 40p .CiM'aatt1OBic.4.Ai
bles. Guaranteed by Barclay & 945& 9 SOp Ar..Washingtaa..Lv T lOa Ar.Cbicago, m.B;4.Ev1129. ,

every week, month or even Groover, druggists. Price 50c and 14ip 11l5p ZSa\r.W.Ar.IIaltimoN..Lv Phila....Lv "i1SP L Lv.Cine't'tpa LiDeI.At
$1.00. Trial bottle free. t Up 4IIOa: Ar... New York...Lv 7 la'Ar.Chia' opa.Una.Lvi _
45t Lv.ane'at'iC.B A
In the meantime this ) Nos.Shnd u-"New York and Florida Ex. T %3aIAr..chicaroMonRoutabPreII.
year. .-Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping
6 45p Lv.Cia'nad C.IL A D Ai
An Ins nloni ;
Ael'lIaatloQo"The Car.Port Tampa and Jackionville to New York. 5 20aAr-Tdeda.C. H.II Dit...
should be favorite hone or the Chinese Nos. 30"Wuhmaw.- and Florida 125& Ar Detmit._.Ie...p....L.,
earning Limited. Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleep- -
money Emperor Tat. sail. a Chinese states ins Car.JaebonYil1a to New York. Dining Car. y Lv Cin'nati.B osr.Ar
nun, "died through nei; ;:ence on the 41 t a Ar.Cl 9e1and.Bt.FourLvNo. -
: something; and it. can if part of'tho royal master of the horse. i -.80 TuoVGH LAND 01'THE Sn. 8 5 lOpLT.Lou.IVilJe..s.D LvL tan.4Rp.Ar RI..Lv

The emperor was so euraged at this 'I SSp LT..... Jacksonville FlL.. .-Ar 7 Ai.SL Louis....& Ri.Lv
place it .in this bank. that he drew his STOrd and would 12 15& Lv...__...Savannah. Ga...... ..Ar 10 02a Ar-Anniston.A 8.R.L.
you 41 00a Ar_.Columbia. S. C.Lv 12 01. Ar..B m'IwDA.s.It.Ly
hare run the careless functionary 1 flOp Ar..Ashvule. N. C.--Lv 0 05p Ar..Kemphia-.Friaeo..L.
through the body. 2 37p Ar.H.ot Springs N. C.LY 940a Az.KanauCitJFriacoLv
FIRST NATIONAL BANK "But the learned mandarin 6 00p Ar_. .....Knozvile.Tenn..Ly 8 lOp LLMemphis Tenor ,Ai
THE Yen- 8 50a Ar .L oui.v ille. KJ.--Lv 92\aIAr-UotSprinn.Ark._L.
tse struck Ilp Az.5t. LculI. Mo Lv815a
up the'emperor'g sword Br..Cu einnatt, ..........!
LIVE OAK FLA. saying: N0. -DaiIY Pu1 Iu Dnwtn= ri 's1
Se I! Between JaekeoeTiJe. ......
f &
-"Sire, this man .has not yet been EXCELLENT DINING TRAINS.CAR SERVICE ON I, .Alhville.Hot Springs 1IOX1U1M AM a...
. formally! accused of any'crime. lIe deserves nattL
to die but his .II.
accusation should
Co H. BROWN, President. C. A. HARDEE, l ICe.' Pr ea. come first. It is the law.* .IS-Florida Limited-Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through day coaches and KB"aa SW i.
D. E. HORN, Cashier W. J. HILLMAN, f ins Cars,Jacksonville to Atlanta.Chattanooga and CinciBnatti Ala Pullman Sievpiag Ctf J8af
'Well, said the emperor, tell me to Colorado Springs Co..via Birmingham Memphis Kansas Cit).
that he has done.'
R -Listen, you rogue' said the man. JAMES FREEMAN. Dutriet Passenger Agent.108 W.Bay St,JackaoavOl)L.

: darin, turning to the trembling master S.m HARDWICK.P.T.M W.H.TAYLOR.P.A. BROOKS MORGAN.A.0.P,A

Of the horse-'listen to a catalogue of --

FLORIDA RAILWAY.SCHEDULE. your heinous offenses. In the first

place you have allowed a horse to
perish that his majesty had intrustedto Live Oak Iffg. Co. I
COKNBCTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. A. L. BY.AND A. C. L.BY. AT LIVE OAK. ;your'care. In the second place it

. aaAa ..... CENTRAL TIM& DAD VPPds is on .your account_,p __ that the emperor
became so exasperated that he was Manufacturers of

; M& No.Z. Na t' actually on the point of disgracing

N& KaiJ MixedFct himself in all his people's eyes by Lumber Ice Electric Lights Power
= STATIONS. f..... for the of ,
Espt..a ;' f E=pre.a. Except killing a man sake a horse:
..... DIiII. 1>mZs. Sunday .Enough,' Bald the emperor, appreciating

t- i...e, s the rebuke. 'Let hm: go. He and Naval Stores.Electric .

Lv ....... .. Is pardoned.*"
t sa a 111 LiveOOak.-" 10 m a m I GO pmt.
Lights in part of the city furnished for Reaidenct
M I. p,4Lv.... .......- Porster... ............_._.LV.l0 00 a In 680 I'm Presidential Coincidences.John any

a .+ lit p m Lem.3tokley............. ....... LT. I 51 a In GO D mr than his Adams successor was, Thomas eight years Jefferson older; or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power-

a wf O II p.t'..... .. --- --_._._..Iai4 r......-.... _._.LT. 8 50 a In 6 03 p mt he eight years older than James Madison day and night current-for manufacturing purposes.

o 3 /2i ,. ....._Bi aka t.niI..... ...........:... ..._..Lv. 9 44 a m Ii M D mwumarth. ; he eight years older than James Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special attention -
Monroe and he eight older than
,,tl-6 1 A i a A<.. .._._- _....-.Lv. 9 36 am b 40 pm John Q. Adams. Geqrge years Washington and all orders promptly filled.
; Wilmarth--Ar.------
It. ended his term as president In his sixty- -,
6 Y i at ,_.... --.Lnravi7le ,-....--. fifth year and so, too did John Adams
I U IILuraville...._. .....
u : Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and! Live Oak Perry & Gulf

s a -_JAR '"..' .'.. .._.--Wthaasth-. ......"7.-:...... i James Monroe. Thomas Jefferson nd! ,
siii. Le Wilmarth.- Ar. 8 35 a m D John Adams died on the same day July ;
"I .
It i a.Lv--.Snwaanoe River............._.Lv. II 32 a In Gn: pm 4, 1820 exactly fifty years after the Railroad Company.SCHEDULE
ai' 2.8a signing of the Declaration of Inde- .
... 11//, r p L.No a.1t.J.L"j L........." ., ........_.Ly. !9 20 a m Ii zt pm I pendence. One other president James '

r.-...... Maia......... ......_ ......Lv. 112 s m /i1Z p mit Monroe, died on July 4. Ilia death occurred EFFECTIVE APRIL 20.1906.

a mt &.v..._..... ... ............. )fIl'O._.:..... .-......Ar. Ii 00 pmI In 1831. -

r a a+I At .AhcH'u.._;._. ..:........Lv. i ts -' I.. ,
0 a a1i _-............ Jtoa...._... ..,. .Az. 420 pm lit backindicate .
p Pains the small of the 1
I ._...._.__..1diYa.-.:._........_.....?_L,. 4 Os It- m across something 'wrong with 'the >f2a1 and Pass Passenger Frt:and Pau STATIONS.No. x= z z

M a 81 i'd t..................... ......Mayo.--->lsa ......-.-. ...Ar. 9 10 am' 00._p mI kidneys. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder I 1 No. 6 No.a. .... i.
Daily Sun
M M', 1 II ..:,... .san Pedro. ... "". "' ....._...&y I 0 a m 240 Pills will quickly bring relief. A'' D ally Sunday Only ex.
I u'I A.1(. P. JL ILeve P. IlL r. A.. .. A.M.
s w. 1181., ......_...SaltBRc.d-._...".-.-....-._..Lv. 861 a m 330 pm week's treatment for 25 cents. ,Act Leave Leave 2 4 Arrive Arrive Ant.. ArriT.
B 00 L30
a 8n.. I M 1 a1Lv.I .. ......_,......-. .A.\old.__._..--..Lv. 8 40 a m t 65 P" on tke liver too. Sold by City Phar- 113 U3 254 a 00 -Rocky Live Oak SlIIk_.. 4 tIt 30 1.40 UI 9-8s 9.44 8.4f 9.11
S 18 US .
IJ' a s U LU Iii
41 a 147 p.I.Lr "... ,Charon...._..._.._.... 8 33 a In I 40 pm macy. S 22551 155 E S Yl 15 --..Btarr.Mercer_ .._. 408 UG 1.i0 i7
3.9as'IItp.U t 05 i.
230 0.t 1 1 M
.Lv. 823am t20pm iteria.The .831 Lancaster$5.. 1.01 1,1Lv.
Keer----- Ar. a to
resin of the shoemaker and fiddler Ar. 8 S9 At 2.09 L. 141 L.IM L.t.11 L1'$41
.. tii .M p.I .___ wu_..._..__.....Lv. 815 a m 210 pmI 8 45 Lv U5 Lv. t 4 10 15 Dowling Park.. Art 89 Ar4.56 A.1$4
UIt la obtained from different species Ar 4.43 113 Lv U .... ...
a .: 1 II i a.iL.-I .......... .. __.inmrk__......._... LT. 8 08 p m 135 p IIIi of the fir tree as the Scots fir the 860 852 Ly 4.50 4 17 =--.BelL.--.Chane,__. 1110 Ar&.11 I.t ...
: US
.. M 1 i.i.11 ............Perry......_.....--Lv. 800am 120pm larch and the balsam fir of Canada. It 8 liT U Ar.LT. 4 25 Mayo_....Day..]unction....... I U &.0 L.1ee UI L.hM cab:
is well known that a resinous juice a t 900 06 a 5.00 6.06 4 40 _.8110__.. lit "to At UI I At 1."
exudes from these trees, which hardens 810 1.l0 462 -Townsend._ I 00 ue I HI
as UI
i/0 T.br.o w T..StatioL (f) Flag Station. (r) Re ri Uter. (g) Regular StoP. (a) into solid teurs. The clear juice itself 8 Z5 6:25 5$ nFenbolloway.12 _._.smlth........ I ES Uit ; 1..
iINf..... T. P. ALSTON. Superintendent.iTLANTIG 8 3iI 6.38 Ar. 540 .kPerry,.... Lv I 4AtIS! iii I iii
dried the Ar 6.50
before It has up by coming to Ar. 950 I Lv aw L.la Lv 6.NLs
W, I. Maass 0aMN1 P.-.r A6vnL Ar.10 30 Ar 630 Ar 635 Ramptoa Sp L Lv2Lvt0 l II.r,.18'I UI
surface, is known in commerce as tur-

pentine and la In the main composed of
oil of turpentine and resin. When the

juice is distilled, the oil comes over

COAST LINE and the resin remains behind. When Fit and P&SII I Frt.and Pas Passenger STATIONS..Frt I! and PI-II Ftot. and ;:. "'

the distillation la carried on to dryness, No 1 Na 9 No 11. I-.8 I !Ii... I -f-
common resin is formed, but when Daily ex Sun. Daily_ez.SliD Sunday Only l Daily ex u SntiEbitg1A. o.It
M. PK.. P. IlL A.M"t. .. .
water is mixed with it while yet fluid I
Florida Georgia Alabama Leave Leave Leave Arrive Ann. i I AA i.
the resulting mass la the variety called 9.00 4.30 5.10 DowUn Park 8'r! 1.18 I U'
9.10 4.40 6.22 Mayo Junction 7.M 1.10 I.M
yellow resin which Is more preferredfor 9.23 4.53 5.3- Clark 7.47 I.sa
Virginia North Carolina and moot purposes because it is more 9.38 6.08 UI Peterson 'US 2.00S US
10.00 x=5.30 a 1i.56 I Mayo a 1.0 ..U
a ductile than the former, owing probably Ar 101.0 Ar 5.40 Ar 1.02 Alton Lv 'Z.OO ILy LriM fl.v t.__

South Carolina. to Its containing some oil. a Regular atop Connection mad at Dowlinz Park for all train to and from Ur Oak.sal P..f
For information..to COIInoctioIII WIth other ]fags. 'phone or gall OR GcJIInI r........ Ac-'
'pMY 14',Lewin Buildill2.Live Oak.
Graves and GraiJtSBera.
--- -- THOMAS DOWLING.President. .
R.P. HOPKINS. o-aI PaeMacw. ..
"Cravediggln Is not a gay business
The Oreat Highway of Travel from ," said a gravedigger., but It Is a

very old one and many curious super ---

stitions surround it One of these la
nisi Norm South
5t never to buy a new spade. To dig a SEABOARDAir
grave with a spade that ia new Is supposed
---- to bring death In the family within -

Til THK K-IST, Tin FAMOUS, a twelvemonth. Hence gravediggers .
their second hand Line RailwayFor
buy spades as a
.ORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED rule. Another superstition with some

U that a grave should never stand Savannah Columbia Camden, Southern Pines, Raltfch.
open overnight, It should not they say
AND NEW be dug till tlife Jay of the funeral. If it Richmond Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York

.... U made the day before beware. There

Is a third superstition that if a cock
.' MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLYER" crows once while a grave Is being' dug Three Elegant Trains Difly

M one friend of the digger will die; If it SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED

RlO VIA ATLANTA. three.crows" twice two will die; if thrice SEABOARD EXPRESS

To\x re>'De"taW implies a multitude
of little observances from the strict ,
keeping of Sunday down to the careful EQUIPMENT.
ivt Une mileage books good to all points via all t
tying of a f'n'at.'YI..tor nul:'). The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pullman .

i > *. Far Cut ti Washington and as far West as St Louis, WELL WORTH TRYING. Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonvilleand

it; tad New Orleans; rates 2500. W. H. Brown the popular pension New York via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augu-

attorney, of Pittsfleld Vt, says: tine 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sunday
"Next to a pension the best thing to

*1w u4 Information regarding rates, Pullman reserva- get is Dr. King's New Life Pills." He ONLY LINE

-tw.t_ tall nearest ticket agent or write writes: "they keep my family in Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.
on your ,
splendid health." Quick cure for For full iufnrnmtirn IHU1 sl-per lexvrrntlona call *
r Wsl > SOYUluX, Rit Paia. Xf fnt. 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.If. Headache and Bilious cn any aceri of Seaboard or writeS.
f,*+ PM AfwL 138 W. Bn St.Jckmonville, Fla. C. BOYLSTON. JR.,
i ib 1' **** i 1C, Q*., fuft. aGmsnf( Oem. Wilmington, N. C. & Groover's drug store. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.



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for the Pa nIn*


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i. September 3rd. to 7th. ,. : i __

.' '.: of the popular. 'o ". 1.;. .


. z s .Southern BusinessS

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5 T and Institute of Rapid, Light-Line Shorthi .


to bring the school up to the highest ponlbk &sit$-
I AM DETERMINED at the,same time f an opportunty! to very i TWfW _
{ and woman to get ';.-;,
V -j at,the very low rate of FORTV DOLLARS. We will begin selling scholarships Sept. 3, and eoni tee It .
price until the 7th. I will be on hand and personally supervise the work. I am bringing new teachers for the. -:
departments,and offer,as never before, a practical,
.aids.you to a position anywhere..
The following courses are complete,but interesting from the,day you begin until you graduate:

I: Shorthand Course ,Commercial opar/monhi

Y Including Stenography by the-Universal Including Bookkeeping by Staale ad
Double Entry, Actual B...... Practiea
Light-line Pernin System, Typewriting -
and Banking, Commercial ArieU..
Office Practice, Lecture and Court
Law and Perns
Commercial Spelling im*
.Reporting, Practical, English, Spelling:. ship, Grammar and Letter-Writiagj R.. .
. F Letter-Writing, Speed Brills,and Diploma views, Lecture Course Ideal J: a.l.ati.1and
Fee. (Use of Typewriter Free.) Diploma. JJJ
For the Complete Course now, only . ... $40.00 For the Complete Course now, only . t SiN t

That this education pays we will only have to say that we have sever _

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

, That we cannot hold this price open longer than the 71 j
Rememb. er Take the scholarship now and enter later if it don't s '
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 you wttk
copy of our Illustrated Catalogue I shall be pleased to meet you' I


Southern Business College

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1: V '::'\.'; V :' LIVE OAK, FLORIDA

Arrangements are being made to organize a De'
t= partment of Telegraphy and'Railroad peratirngsoon
V r Further announcement be made later.

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