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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 4, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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RAID is fffRD Defaulting STE. SL.\'iD President CAPTURED.of Milwaukee t I ipfONAG 'IS CHARGEDItalian NEW COTTON. YEAR. mi mm _

American Markets Open, Liverpool .
Avenue State Bank Arrested. Working Lower Playing Game -
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, Governor For Negro Who Chicago, Sept 4.-A special cable- Laborers Allege They Alone, The President WHi" L..


NeTTled White Womanif gram Stensland to the, president Tribune of announces the -Milwaukee that- ', Were Kept in Bondage year today the will markets begin of the the new world cotton being to the Public Prick

J Avenue State Bank, has: been open for the first time since Aug. .. "-

captured in Tangier. Stensland was 31, the last day of the old year. During -

.! AS WH1E, MAN !arrested presentative by and a Chicago Assistant Tribune State Attorney re., 10HN P. LYNCH IS IN TROUBLE markets the two Liverpool holidays has in the been American struggling TO TRY mm I mm

.., Alson of Chicago, In the
along without the usual guide
, English postofflce. Stensland agreedto lines. The trend of -
the
M Ira; ***.* Wa* IHrrhnl ItyteatttVrrkd Arraigned Before United States Court English
return peaceably. market has been lower a loss! of 4 Believe Goftmnmt ) flU-

Only tot Stensland." the dispatch says, chose But- Released on His Own. to 6 points having been made yester- The Lead and Cut Be LaggingBchlad

" ...... liefSbfritata Morocco as a permanent residence day. The situation across the water

because there is no extradition treaty Recognizance will, of course tend to depress the PabUe IWatImnd

with that country, Th Sultan at Fez. market__ n_ on__ this____ _stria___. _aa_ nn__ _sfrlVtnir..___... .
however will do anything for President -
bull has
Terrell has news beenbrought out from
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H4 i rvvarf*H l fl" tot the ape Roosevelt. The matter of throwing Gainesville, Fla. .sept. 4-y-John P. the belLJn the past three days.It Oyster Bay Sept 1.-Ii a fcttf w
the in jail and keeping him Lynch, a prominent lumber manufacturer -
man
W AT WlUoa ot Lee seems to be assured that the crop Charles A. Stilling* pattfe Hfti
ttb. It II all!*}, lea nutat.feMtli there Indefinitely was so small a rev was arrested Saturday by De- as a whole will be large though Washington the Prtsidtat #ay#. tf
Qttett that It is granted before it is puty United States Marshal Brundix the
whether it will the change |
'tlra pstag o* as a e blt.IN'rW equal bumper a spelling I4fi1t.t.t.,
asked. Stensland had 12,000 In the on a charge of peonage, sworn out by
hilt Era Or..... the crop is a question upon which thereis the simplified spelilaj board as4 p.
tit et i h epsr4abt.Alts till Tangier bank. Steps have been takento an Italian laborer, who alleges that a wide difference of opinion. It Is Into use la official dO1..... me
tl+ this money up. I he and his four ,associates had been safe to popular
II LW feaair a 4 aWftrd her say that if the conviction pre- approval they will |* tam
-tat I. Us liaM d* eloped "It Is the old story of a woman i held in bondage by Lynch's managers dominates that the crop will be thus permanent. If not b* wrcta. u..,

kt its corned" that led to the finding of and not permitted to leave the large that the low level of prices wIll be dropped, The Bratdr lr
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the Stensland trail. One of his numerous place. Lynch was taken to Jackson- with which the previous season clos- ter follows;
w tIght tvday
lkI 3Uftt* eaiM friends who thought she had ville, where he will be arraigned be-
etas | tit.a itBd ..f the ed will be brought still lower. Hon. Charles A SUllien, r.WJei -

*u .ftMt. *f .....* WM teal to the Urea shabbily treated, put the Trl fore the United States commissioner. The sea island crop for the year i Printer. Washington, D. C: ttjr Pea

....... vmtftttag aN I *jro, ask4 bunt la possession of the first hint Lynch- was. later.rel3ased'on. his own I,just closed has been figured out as Mr. Stilling*-I enclose h fl'twkk

vet t tvar4. Tk* reward as to the fugitive's whereabouts. He recognizance and. has retained formerCongressman 124,756'bales, of which 967 were copies of certain clretil4rft et Qf

t't.-t,. ........ Bed from Chicago Sunday July 12th'', "Bob" Davis to defend from Porto Rico. This was a considerable simplified spelling board wftki eta

went to New York. thence to Liver him. increase over the yield for the be obtained tree front tie boar .lIi0.

(1111* l ti.l ctirl. pool, Gibraltar and Tangier. year before. 1 Madison avenue N*. Teed

-- THE VOTING OO.'TEST. Some business was transacted yes- city Please hereafte dim Ui It

ba. ttaw f W*. Stab Uf TtMwt TEACIIKKS* EXAMINATION.A terday in f. o. b. cotton on a basisof all government publication of UM*

Isyrae'tu+a. The vote for the _most popular 9 1-8 for good middling for quick I executive department the t rt Its*

Number Snwannee County young lady In Live Oak in the contest .i' delivery and 1-16 lower for prompt dred words enumerated la dnrsiar

Art ftfl i-la the Trachrrm Applicants for ) the Florida Book upply Company delivery. Exporters, as well as in- No 5 shall be spelled si tatrvfo M

.te.tt.t Ii Arkswas today Certificate ast' stood yesterday, was as terior holders, were proceeding rather forth. If any one asks th* tearoll

iLl t4 twsilf .Si fm partial Th* State Uniform Examination follows- conservatively pending the open- for the action, refer him to tlrtrs :

'Y rWIfi fcr the Araauas 0.- for teachers' certificates is being hey dMiss Mamie McAlpin 274; Miss Ing ,of the market today. Though 3, 4 and 5, as issued by the slmpltfi"

shall tal.a'. ikat Coairesstt. la-- the H Hirh u-: School-p---. hutldin__..___ this____ Mtv.."of. Sue Hemminer.-- 260:? Miss Isla Brown. until the issuance of the government BDelline board. Moat of tat trltkbaiof

# Utlk Umorratic aoml- and It will take nearly the entire 259. Several others are receiving report the latter part of the present I the proposed step U eW4atttty .

iawtew sttt tars a majorlM week to complete the examination votes but the highest three only will week ,or early the following week I made In entire Ignorant of what tit*

M* ..w Jh I Werthlagll. after which the papers will be grant appear in the paper each Monday the trading will likely be restrained. step Is? no less than la entire tgase.

stt aa, ed by a special committee. There are until November 1st. when the prize -Savannah Morning News. ance of the very moderate and COSP

fifteen applicants for certificates; 11 will be awarded., mon sense
e t'ssytl ate tKit, of the views\ u to what pqrpotn
b.n .1 tlr. bate aerate add white and 4 colored. This contest is rapidly growing in GEORGIA STATE CONVENTION to be achieved, which views are w

et t.est Hi slli W Demo. Mr. J.. N. lleeka and Mrs.. J, ,E. interest and the boys ray that their excellently set forth la the eJrcli

tie D +?rtatls state tout Wood are assisting the superintendent I favorite must win. ,, Hoke Smith Will Be Nominated Governor to which I have referred. TJaia ta ant -

e4 t tbaa far Oe erAor had BOkf la conducting the examination.MKKTINU .- I t Mr. Cook also .has, interesting I Today, the slightest intention to dd 'uW.a1

guessing contest on. The, number revolutionary or initiate any far

-- OF snVANNEE COUNTY seeds in the pumpkin .is 'the puzzle Atlanta, Sept. 4.-Hon. Hoke reaching policy. The purpon ti&apljr =

ttttitsftT 4tbh IITE. MKIXCAL ASSOCIATION. I and the winner gets a $25 prize. Smith accompanied by Messrs. Gray,, is for the government Instead .flagging

Live Oak, Fla., Sept 3, 1906. Bartow, Blount J. Lo; Anderson whois behind popular seBtiBeat. to

$a+ lac farm h Ikitr ltatet'lsa The Suwannee County Medical Association A VOICE FROM BRADEXTOWX. to nominate him; Louis Gholstin, advance abreast of It and at the saa*

vse. I t. tua.E met and waa called to order R. R. Arnolds and Jack Hastings, his time abreast of the views of the

la regular session at the office of Dr. Why shouldn't it be a matter of law partner left yesterday for Macon ablest and most practical educator+

.e .... 4 --\ tatarlll White at 2 p. m. Clinical cases were pride with every property owner in where he will be nominated for Governor of our time as well as of th. b ei

-. 44 te t" Mlhrsprodacat1a 'reported and discussed by all present. Live Oak to do something to makehis today. A special train will profound scholars men of the sea,

.4 1- tts euai4atrIntts Under new business it was property more ,attractive to the leave Atlanta to carry the Hoke of Prof. Lounsbury and Prof BieAt

e.. h.td far Inter. derided- change the monthly meet- eye, to beautify his home, remove Smith Club to Macon to witness this I If rite slight changes la the speiHaf
every trace of solvenly care and In- event. It is expected that 500 will of the three hundred words t>rotKMc4wholly -
'-4 vtllUth a ei Wed Inc time from 2 p. m., of the first -
difference and so in time make Live attend. All 'of the State House officials or partially meet popalar
fa. tar ec il H .Ui relate Monday to 8 p. m.. of the first Friday ape
Oak a "city beautiful, fair to look with the exception of Secret- proval then the chances will become -
night in each month.
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-a: sbLA bees ben' ," .,
: upon and a source of pride to all her ary of State Phil Cook will to permanent without reference
go any
=t b...... for aittborlty The discussion for the next meet-
people? The Bradentown Journalhas Macon. The party will include Con- to what public officials or law
;4.; a .. iMI epeet Relies era ins will be devoted to the best meansof
., lets aofe. to tb. eliminating the dead beat from taken up this subject and putsit troller General Wright Associate dividual private citizens may feet. If

11 ,s,t ts ea444v4 for IIr. further medical attention until all his very forcibly as follows: Justices Atkinson and Lumpkin, Attorney they do not ultimately meet -Hh
"Suppose every home owner in General Hart State Treas- popular approval they will be
3rti setrmsese law.ittta1 IlAlt bills are adjusted. Also each dropt,
member will be expected to report Bradentown should\decide to beautify urer R. E. Park Commissioner C. A. and that is all there Is about It Tbef s

WyttletL TEitt'IIR.tattf some peculiar clinical case that has I his home by painting his house Evans and Commissioner of Agricul- represent nothing in the world bit a
putting his front yard in order by tural T. G. Hudson. slight
IX.&tV'l come to his notice the present year. very extension of the uacoa-
making a lawn and setting it in ornamental scious
movement which has made
An Invitation was extended to the agricultural

"'hi, .t Ittadrlle. Vi.k .. physicians of Hamilton Columbia, plants and flowers, setting SPELLING REFORM FIGHT. impliment makers and
shade trees along the street front farmers
=-l a. iailt 1M witl take lafayette Taylor, Madison and Su- write "plow" instead of
and keep the street clear of rubbish President's Orders May Be Blockedby "plough;" which has
iI tss'... test l.a,4Mf. this wannee counties to meet with us made mOlt
and weeds? What a difference it Next Session of Congress. tAmericana write "honor"
Mb ru Us Aw-frt' d t beIf this Invitation being to the physicians wlt'ht
would make. The house owner would the
somewhat absurb "
> *tiMr. s4 HM ?i. trade, at large whether members of Washington, Sept. 4.-The timid- superflous,
be happier; citizen of the town and
every which
Ott Iktoal M U.. MSI term organized medicine or not), and ity noted in the last couple of dayson is even now making two-
would feel better and become
".....'a at Elaad4k-Mato n to discuss these subjects. more the part of the government officials pie write "program" without the

II ''I J....... K. Ya., andShe After the meeting refreshments s enthusiastic over the city's future; .in putting forward the Roose- "me," just as all people who speak 1
and last but net least strangers who
\1t !.*..*s444. isfM I will be served. There'being no further velt propaganda fo rphonetic spelling English now write "batM "set." :
visit us would become so captivatedwith "dim," "sum" and "fish-
of Pv4rfief* thurch I business th meeting adjourned d I is due to the fact that word has come instead of
the attractions of the town thatIf the Elizabethan "
a b4 ....MvssM. n""rlnce t until 8 p. m.. Friday. October 5. to Washington_ that many. members_ .__ .. __ h "batte, "sette1oimmie ,
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we did not capture them as a citi- ," 'summe" and ** '
1906. of the two houses, and particularlythe "f'labe;
zen we would turn them into advertising which
makes "
n1* Lsa mid. a tern f.,or. W. C. WHITE, Secretary.J. senate do not take kindly to the us write "public.
mediums to sing our praibes "almanac" "
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tlpaa the Be tool au1 -, M. PRICE President. innovation. These public men have tansy "publlck.
wherever they went. We know thatit "almanack "aera." "
banw
ap ... fleaiM ."I."ltlunpH. intimated that as long as the control of
would be useless to ask everybody
; our great-grandfathers.
1 to do this, but we make an appeal to attack on the language of
&*f la wr fttldJt and Mr, Kelley, the sawmill man. has mains with congress as it undoubt- Shakespeare
I as many as will do so, and may be and Milton
, ta. tUm ttwat t Hll U : returned after an absence of abouta become edly does now, they will oppose radi- because H U la
the other fellows will ashamed
.. hi M4 treatable to thervrvatly week. He has not resumed saw- cal spelling departures. The com- some instances a going back to the
of themselves and fall in line.
forms they
I Ing at his mill. however.I mittees _of printing of both houses used and in others mere-
There are houses on some, of the ly the extension of
.. M. Adams has bought several exercise joint control over the big changes which, as
prominent streets of the city which
< t) HMa. la tbeWltf" town lots in Wlllmarth. We do not government prIntery, and ia the past regards other words, have takes
have not had fresh coat of in
i a paint place since their
tmttt la this know what his intentions are, but I they have shown much jealousy in time. It Is not an
so long a time that they look worse
-. N beat ate'home on we-are satisfied he knows what he is the exercise of their prerogatives. attempt to do anything far-reaching
than if they had never been partedat
.., 14 wilt bt here about or sudden or violent or indeed anything

sew takiag the eiamiaa.ttactet Rer W. T. E. Butler, of Rixford, all There are yards which are Mr. M. Riddell, general superintendent very great at alL It is merelyan

i ftctlflcate }lr, was with us at Mount Willing church without plants or attention. This of the Atlantic Coast Line

.m" J*.M des of flm tntt111- Sunday and Saturday before and should not be so. Paint is cheap and Railroad, Is in the city looking over attempt to cast what slight

tbrutfl, ttBdiout 4hd preached some 'very fine sermons painters are plentiful and in no the company's property here. This weight can properly be cast on tbe

ti' &M we still ... clad to which were highly appreciated. is one of the most important shipping side of the popular forces which are
.. place can a greater variety of flowers
i 13044 la the mmlna Ret Skelton leaves for Georgiaone points and we are pleased to note the endeavoring to make our spelllnj t

t.- be w n rience in day this week to be gone several ; and ornamental plants be grown. railroad companies contemplate to little less foolish and fantastic

M ta a e&eelfeat record days to fill his appointments. I. Let's beautify our homes and thus give it the attention the business de-
"Sincerely yours. Theodore ROOM
MORE ANON. 'beautify the town mands. velf '

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baa through the box half the time. i "- !ht ;;.ofi.'" -;_
watch Frank Chance of { .. -. ."_
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Nationals come to bat He : >
the Chleago ,
hi Batsmen 'steps up. grasps his bat taps the plate JT7 Million. Tom Keeat ufwi tt1 -i "''"<---; ':'S-'Z''''- -

1 holds his bat In his right band while ."'..''.'_'''''*..*...j.'it....,... .. "'.'''"J.;.-
he pulls np his belt with his left, places 0 1 sold last year in the United .-' Q=.-. -
his bat between his legs pulls his cap ; 14- -$; i-- : :::.b. .. -
Meet Ball on tighter pulls up his trousers, grabs States. The best 5c. Havana on .,l ....._d" -.',-.w _
and Is 'i.Vtit. "
the bat again taps the plate _
ready. He goes through these sam the market. Five year old Tom f Wo .. .-.-. "i'.o;;r:.""
motions every time he faces a pitcher, t- i4f. ;

The Late Ed Delehanty.HNap" and It is a cinch he wouldn't hit .200 It co. A good, Cool, Pleasant I,! EE.0 1o.-."','._:=, :
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forced to leave them out. ...> .... -
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that she ,','-
by useless drugging :, ><: .:_
------ could not eat, Mrs. Mary H. Walters, ) i ,, .. ""Q \ <..;'
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"Pof" Anion Was the of St. Clair St., Columbus, 0., was .... -r .
s.sew s....
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L Pitcher's Terror Frank literally starving to death. She Drug Company.! ; ",
writes i "My stomach was so-weak I, .,
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Chance's Style. from useless drugs that I could not ;, ria1lCi!

eat, and my nerves so wrecked that
I could not sleep; and not before I i
Ererjr professional ball player-in
was given up to die was I induced to !
fact, erery ball player.-hlts the ball indifferent !
Electric Bitters with the wonderful
a watt The attitude at the try ; -

bat of every player the way he grasps result that improvement beganat ____ __ L ,
the club the way be throws his body once, and a complete cure follow
Into the swing-everything is different. ed." Best health Tonic on earth. C. E. HUMPHREYS
Not two men hit alike. 50c. Guaranteed by Barclay & ,
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I a The late Ed Delehanty had an odd Groover, druggists.
style. He twang with his arms, with a ,
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It Might nave Been Wom -
Lydia-I'm Just as mad as I Nil IM ff
with Charlie. lie kissed me right he- Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application f
tore all the girls. Georgette-WelL r Ifi
Isn't that better than if he kissed all l -
the girls before you? Will assume full charge of buildings, turn It ,over to

The wise man or woman is the one owner complete in every respect, before a cent of money

who relieves little ills of this sort by
is paid me. s n
little dose of Kodol For Dypsepsia.
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F It digests what you eat and puts your

stomach back into shape. Sold by OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTY WORKS,
w'M.kphM1'
City Pharmacy..
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F On all Millinery Goods, that W*i a

ADRU 0. CLERK.CHICAGO CITY and from now on you. May Not Make the Man But ..
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can purchase goods very "

a lurching flash yet slashing in some movement way he managedto quick aa much below their former TheyAdd Wonderfully to

get the strength of his body and his
We City
weight behind the drive. One to look : prices. enjoyed

S at Del would have thought him a poor a very fine trade this His Appearance
bitter although he was one of the best, k _
and at that there were times when Del season, but stock is still 4.t4
looked like a sucker against a fast \

': mainly curve ball because He of was wonderfully a great hitter accurate replete with seasonable You want the Best. We have them-Suits kit will! -

eye and his uncanny ability to call goods in prevailing lUll.EXfiUf$1OI. r I
the turn on what the pitcher was goingto and
deliver. styles, which we will sell fit will Wear. A large, carefully selected

Lajole is a hitter much after the t lid
low close
style of Delehanty. He ia 'huge and very to out. / stock of Gents' Furnishings. The goods are right
powerful with an ungainly lurch when Call and see for yourself.
,he meets the ball and he
has a marvelous
judgment of speed and a great too. You should call and see them wit kG It ieliy.
eye. He Is what Is known as a wild
pitch hitter. He hits the ball better a Mrs. E. N. Lawler.We .
foot outside the plate than he does Samples for tailor made suits are t .
now on display at store. We take
when It Is over It but he Is likely to cur
your measure for tailor made suits.
cripple the first baseman if you pitch
Inside to him for he pulls and clashes .
the ball fiercely on a line to right His

free shoulder muscles permit him to ..
hit high or low and he crickets the StlJt I Mffe-
7 ball off his feet as well as drives the BUTLER BROTHERS e.- **M -
high ones. ,
Whenever any one speaks of Lajoie I jL15 ': ;t
recall Cy Swalm the elongated Washington ; MEN'S OUTFITTERS
pitcher. Cy was going to pitch ....
against Philadelphia and said tenderly LIVE OAK FLORIDA.SMOKE $'Q' :s :--
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to Joe Campbell:
t "Joe, I'd like to meet Lajoie." I .... : $37."
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"You'll meet him this afternoon" remarked *
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afternoon CampbellThat Cooley led off with a ))1j1 : Anita Fernandez Cigars. p7:9: "

d double Delehanty followed with a

.4 over triple the and walL Lajole smashed the ball C PYRIG..T CHEW: Honest Money Tobacco. $6t.75 ':


Campbell"Did you after meet the Lajoie.game. Cy?" asked are pulling wires all the time DRINK I : J. 9. Coffee. S'6.t5' '."

"Yea." said Cy. "and he had two advance With a single end in view, .
agent" Of proving to you the fact EAT Armour (11 : .
Anson waa a great hitter. His position That our Groceries will just suit you. : & Co. Packing House I 1-l..fJtJ ..
at bat was something to admire. r ea
He stood, feet together bat clutchedfirmly .ti 'e are headquarters for all, that Products---they are the best. .I8 *
at shoulder arms position and is usually foun in a first-class up-to-
almost faced the pitcher. lie took
one
date grocery store and anything
short step forward with his left foot you
and met the ball squarely between the bay from us we guarantee to be fresh .. U !
and of the very best quality. Country Leave Your Orders With Us

produce, vegetables and the best
creamery butter on the market.

a Call on us or Phone 8;. for Prompt Attention. S3S.IO Hk i




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rAT golf with Tom, who was singularly unlike *** '
htm.elt. Instead of being Indefat-

1l1ID mrOOillllti Igabl and bubbling over with. spirits, jCl
U was languid and dull He said the

bar possibility of having a foozIer eater VII

!I his family reduced his nervous BIB- ,

-- I tam to a pulp. VII SKATING i :
If fcACAIIT UUZZEYMf "What on earth did you bring me .S IVI ,
j j.I htr for asked Whitney. ,"I can't see It '

.I 's'i M Katy h+ett.. I itythlng of your. sister without that .
"
I everlasting parson. /
"I ba will be tired of his symptoms V
TYfcttwf ,.......... tfm long." said Tom.
t:;;
*... fit** wig ti* apMaatt She appears to be in lore 'with him

_slt 4 ..W. tauttuf. TMO. A and Wt symptoms." EVERY
'
, "flliIIl I. .. tnrii. ti Wd .. "She has some notion about a life of AFTERNOON

__ .... .. fl1t... irfffeftm at l t..b'rs. Mtfnlan as a panoa'a wife. She'll
.. swrse Kit ....a..t ito drop It once be has gone* .

laaitwali).e W *4r M' la -Catch him going Whitney groaned."I .

'$ m ....... ...grey w..... hate hopes said Tom.
...s.i d' w day pH Os l1Perplat. That night Whitney'lay awake with
aching tooth. IleDeard the curate's
'f aa
0 0
tlU.... W W ping .$1 u.. ,! bed cm* u the poor fellow tossed THIS
* silt .*, t |*"fc* U east lafW i restltuly. "Roller skating In his head," WEEKE

.. istte.srrdw It...,." I thought Whitney Then he heard Betoa
' ft I* mi Mir -rr-....lty te j pacing back and forth Presently

relit p.. cart I sM4.* lit.. .m h* appeared to try Bleeping again and : IM '
.... M.rr tawM arN .,.."... .. t.L.darss gar* forth a gentle snore. Suddenly .
1 ..sang ..ed.rstaadsesbn. i u sprung out of bed. threw open his /I -" -
.. ." I rushed madly the hall
**sal .< "favw. doff, through .
,*. ...... sRera 1viL t4 WWtnfcrt IlDd down the stalra. Whitney, alarmed 'viiI "

. 'U Na.sl .. ......... Torn rhased after him. Reaching the garden -
.. ; l....i4 ttversh .. .rm i h* was horrified to see Seton mak- II : RATES
..... ears .. ....... wKtI .. Mr tag I full tilt sralght for the ltke.: I : tt
M..... It. a iirt... _bid I Whitney picked up an apple and threw "
t.wry ..W l *.. t iwt," a'4i+flay tt hitting Seton In the mall of the
:;,4 ..*f ts..ltrt l.. .tplatu.al- I back. He stopped and & ned slowly

lilt -.c.tI ..... ..4.... .. "".w. oat around Ills pursuer was upon him in ,
b.. 1h4.t ..... ..... ttIt- wrrkhim an Instant and grappling the aston 25 cents per hour for use |

*' ..... ... tfMJ .t..c ished eerie, threw and held him down. .
e., """ 4 .Wt twf to about I -Help! ilurderr he yelled. I
.Est MMIIM ......, M girl* "Shut up." said Whitney "I've saved skates.
...1 is *r.. *.**** II tray ..iwtair lwr tlfeWby ."
t It II Mr. Whitney. What do

... b e.,..w y In.*..'. you meanr
**, -, Wtlt.rs srts swot. A young surgeon camping near the

fM ...t .s !.ate ttu s kn.acwt .Lor*. heard the cries and. seizing his : 25 cents for entire afternoon
t saw ...\ I tt;...i ..... sh* emergency outfit ran to the spot. ,
11M M.. fMf tlrttf fe...k AVtJ.i "WUt's the row?" he asked.
3+ t1 M ..,. ...W. bawL" "1t U the curate he wag Just goingto (

"* .t abs.up1 a..l ..uta.au .- drown himself." when furnish
i... ..... .. fvtlfwcin .... ...,.. "Pear me." said Seton. "I was Just parties | T

'.as s.4 if1 M .n. going to take a plunge." -

i* **. "At this hour.1" sneered Whitney.
H ,.. !%*. a.. Rk..rI' "You doubt my wordf their skates.

. IV.. tv<**4 MM. M .. UTut daUlklml The curate's blood was up; he fought own '
... ., ...., IW struggled rigorously. It took both

II .)4 I Iiuu... tstsheg. tea mea to handle him. but they got him

.....*I4s tt4 N.a. down again Whitney sat on him; the _
u.. awsr rstrd t. doctor took out his chloroform can,
i* di-.. ItSW kW. tat. tics bru gCi saturated a handkerchief and held It r.

.. ....11 1st;. a "tlrmn over ftetoqVi face until he was uncon- \ f
1....f tars_ .trst $1 tu...... selou NO ADMISSIONPorter

.... Aa they lifted him to carry him in
t ta.. "'lft"- I* pt say Mil something dropped. It was a bath
'.** ... 'ha tie UIU4 *f bothNI towel The curate had knotted it

*. >"Wt.M" t-4k. I" tall.as rvund his waist
# 1M std faf.WWtlW, "
"Thunder and guns! exclaimed
.... ....., :
" WM tk4| tsteu+Je4t WWtaey. "Do you suppose he really
'- W ...,.. tttryif w"+% dari.gMMbAW
was only going in swlmmingl"Looks
"'l8alaootfIi confoundedly like it." said & Dexter
,\ tri44 ktewdsy Wbtttn.y tamdiIa th doctor grimly.,
, tt... M. tttr ratMrai iiI
As they passed Tom's door he looked
***... A. M wtj f faced tot
out and, seeing their burden, his eyes
P horror."I
dilated with
.... lkaetrssy paths' all ... t,*Blugltb \
told him he'd be drowned going In
t_ .&L.4 .. ttse its iki R Ur,
by those rocks after dark said Tom.Ue' .
I ks ...,. sat a.k aI I "
been there every night lately. Proprietors.
'te .ss say"b-' .e rvokl da fai
"He U not dead-hls head struck a
'4
.... 1M sy t1oI I.sewkupu rura." isk1e i tia can." said the doctor.
be safe for to leave him
-Will It us '
.... tip it .its ku I gtarai F
,.. .. I4 iw.4 Usrv.t IBJMW"four alonef asked Whitney. .
wPAf r-for us: he has not had dope: ---' '!'r"P"" "" ""' _. _
Magi: p eN..4**.* enough to bold him lone." 7r:7r:7r:7riT' iT' 1J'. "\...I".I'' ... ,, 18"".'..,,". ,., __ ,

swi ba .ee i L.aileaafy." 111b"+lh The curate left on an early train next ____ H__ _

het ..HIt.1 W4...... akbeibt morning Tom took before Whitney anybody Into was the room about.vacated station about St. Swithln extends not !!&> ..> .>B .>B .- < ,! -T.11 Ufa VliiljP':


I..tt..*.ttrl.,ore I..$.vt,. u.\\'Wtw1... werdstra ft.I4 of the by mattress Seton, and turned from back a slit the in head the only is days wet to of or forty drought dry.days,Moses according of rain was but as forty to July forty days 15 | THE BON TON. jj

extracted small box containIng
.......... Tale a ht+..tbn.tirtrk ticking a spool of thread a the end of which- i on the mount Elijah was forty days I

I passed through a hole In the box. then I fed by ravens. It rained forty days ,
tt fba. Krug to I and the waters that
to make the flood, '
.... ... II. through a crack In the partition Into ,
grant t II11. r.uw
111 "" rb .... ...... a wrt te try a Tool's room. The "rumbling" was produced subsiding.covered the The earth ancient were forty period days of em in 91 A beautiful line of Ginghams H
.1 4 ... by pulling the thread so that it
+rrt" .a1. Ieiig Intli 1011.td SI
.. unwound rapidly."It balming was forty days Nineveh had for Shirt Waist Suits.1ONE
.
a .sr. ak bsv aIrte.4ly: !I forty days to repent Jesus Christ H
+,4 r.. tr... tq lilt oueta' was like putting an Incubator fasted forty days. He was seen forty /a l
.' i! baby In the refrigerator," said Tom
I days after his resurrection. A quar-
"-.t ,.. ..1'1 grab un 1 ball "but foozling disgraces a club. The sure : antine extends forty days. The privilege Bi line of TWO DOLLAR

.. .st e.W. I twit have flu J11'II way to stop It Is to remove the cause." of sanctuary was for forty days. I \ LAR HATS for ,
.
4 MM"'" "la 4'. see." i
In the tale of All Baba there are I r.
... Irs a tkj.cs, to the I Dow Table OllTCi Are Pepue4. forty thieves. Tiberius said that a
... ... .. 1.s Utt 1tn'U: that Is I Our consul at Seville reports that toprepare I I Three-cornered
..' I olives In the most palatable man Is either a fool or his own physician X George Washing.
at forty. When a man wants a :
.4.tw. /I I'"r gevst Ha." Whitneyi : manner they must be gathered unripe short nap he takes forty winks. A I ton Hats for Babies Girls and H
showers. ,
t1IdaJI I after the first autumn Properly -
knight enjoined forty days of serv- il'
.11 a.. N\.... Oh. that was i assorted according to size and ice from his tenant. In old Englishlaw Misses. Prices 75c. and $1.00.
t It tfefo< TWugit you Utter be quality, they are first washed In fresh the limit for the payment of a fine, I
tau s(' 4 Hf eeox the foozling water to remove particles of earth and for manslaughter was forty days.
#itit k which cling to the fruit
1 saw leaves usually '
ttw ar xlur .ug ta.. curate, Tom lu Later they are allowed to soak In a Members from arrest of forty parliament days after were the protected proro- PRICES REDUCED on Shirt. f: 1 1TO

t1 i- i. .\.,." solution of soda and potash concentrated and \ Wai3
gation of the house of commons .
tliw tt > .1'r limd tulay. Mr. Si-tonr to between two degrees and six degrees another forty days before the house f

Iii tIt"t bra I am up auj about yt the Baume aerometer. If the was convened. We usually speak of a ( come and look means a purchase. ,
fan. Turning to Whitney: "1 solution be very concentrated eight to j
buxom widow as fair, fat and forty.A i
|T* stt(.twl frvw' th. luoHt icculiar ten hours of soaking suffice; if diluted, man is in his prime at forty etc.- /
ikthme lately ten lie down at the operation may continue for threeor New York Press.
I U' rumbling svuud In my four days. After the solution has

-11I&1- pr.r.at. my .lr.pla:;." penetrated very nearly to the stone of Mrs. C. W. Bache. |
w d. you account for Itr asked the fruit, fresh water Is substitutedand The Great Headache Cure, |
J, renewed every two hours until it !

It s tU beastly dami-nwu.' Tom re- remains clean-a sign that the fruit has Bromo. Pep sin '
A turn here lat summerxa.tiy i lost the caustic flavor which the solu- fl.7r'm' 7Jh'7FTTTT: : : -

-tua \ and tion had imparted to It. Next the fruitis
your symptoms "Note the Word Pepsin. ....
*1or hid him It he didn't go i pickled according to processes varying ,.. I I i -!l.aa'. .. "A.... ....-...-
fJ &BSB tt tale quk-k be would beg In conformity to the custom of each r p p C Headache, Indigestion, The Mulberry Tree.
"Robin Adair" was written b t. .
U > ,
.
tana(' locality. Same use brine others admix U L U lasomali, Kenousaess Silk Is the great Industry of northern I Caroline Keppel, tile 1St..... of *.
while not infrequently -
rcrau t fennel and thyuie. and tLe
1l1'1ap:1 Italy plains of the quadrilateral
Earl of Albeinarl UoMii ... a **"
.m ar -.. I lwuU hate to leave this also salt and vinegar are employed.lu On the Spot. are dark with mulberry trees. The. character a young Irk doctor ......
fsl ts1te.It 1 cnnnot run such this way whole olives are pickled. mulberry tree Is the hardest worked had been forced ,
by a M'aMtlnj adventure
114 M that'' Whenever it is desired on the other Ko; Opiates, absolutely Harmless.UlBragruU piece of timber in the world. First its to Wve IreU&d au4 sass b
,aiu_t *o many boarders ArriVed bawd that the fruit should Imbibe a leaves are skinned off> for the wormsto fortune .1
in
t into whichit ) Ifc, 25, wi Me England. (1aatr ttfw
D4 Ubdbdy savor of the pickle
btrouger feed then
tuiwd the andluto the little
boys on. branches are rich patient la LU way a hOy .f .f.f
eIi the "Anne. small is steeped Incisions penetrating to For Sal Oy clipped for the
cot-
to
a worms nest in, then ity and at Let house tw wi $.4 5 '
41 1l'tl Into bedrooms by thin. the stone are made.-United States the large limbs are cropped for charcoal .
The City PharmacyLIVE Caroline and the 1'PtI1lt was u : uf
rtltloni, and the curate. Mr. Consular Reports. and the trunk has not only to love at first sight oo both .U1**, lie
y tad Tom were relegated to OAK, FLA. produce a new crop of leaves and parents objected and srnt her away
-tuner., Torn' room being be- The *nmb F Forty. limbs for next year, but must act aa and during her atwence sire prodtnd
q ttse athet trrotiL ... Why this fatalistic. forty? The superS ;- 41.23-trwi-vr. trellis for a grapevine. the eons.f .



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'S\YIFT ROAD TO RUDf. Brother Collins, of tM-T dI .haaetej T I. ; ;MttHt:Wt *R HCACTH AND Hf .

f i, i it- AYE O DAILY: ( The,St. Petersburg, 'Independent True Democrat Js. kept'cons# : _

'.. ,,.):'...", out to vigorous ringing tones the jump, getting out one of the best .D WLING P

"-: ,"t .PUBUSHED EVERY the proposed organizing of a papers 1& Florida, but' he found the A-

,: EXCEPT SUNDAY.r Committee In that-.fine lit time in his last Issue to say this: for -
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.: ;: J..,F. SHERWOOD. ,, city of civilized educated men and the Democrat! wfn. Wiff flOitttt WI. till lUWNtI tip

1 'tfSl to correct a local grievance: "The Live Oak Daily Democrat,

THE LIVE OAK PUBL1SHISG the Atlanta papers are sternly from its first issue one of the best Mineral, Springs. Hotel and -

the efforts of a lot of hot edited and 'neatest of Florida newspapers .
; : HOT AND COLD BATHS UNU :PAi ie. 86601111. -
---- and pin-heads. that city to has been changed to a quarto
WATER IN EVERY ROOM.. BOWUN8 A LL>tY3. ait.UAq
Entered at the a ku.klux.klan to terrorize instead of folio form, and .is now PHONE,CONNECTION, WELL HUI"ltSTAlt.t1. t T&j" -

Oak, Florida. as Second negroes in the vlcinltr as a re eight pages, 5 columns to the page

Matter; November 7. of the recent series of outrages The Democrat Is doing good work for .e
RATES nMtt.I' LfYi .
white women in the suburbs of Live Oak and surrounding country REASONABLEfeUfjy &GUU', 'h _

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The surest and quickest and for Florida."'
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THE DAILY to start the whole South down- ADDRESS PflRK HOTEL DOWUttO PARK. FlBEAVTFUL -
of -
mailed to any part
r to ruin "with everything greased After a careful perusal of Mr.
States, postage prepaid \ I
:
the occasion," is to turn it over Bryan's speech in Madison Square
per year; $2.50 for
viligance committees aDd..ku-klux- Garden the Pensacola Journal takes
r $1.25 for three, \
as tolerated agencies to cor this view of the matter which Is
50 cents for five weeks.
evils, avenge wrongs and main worth thinking about:. ANDSTRONG
Delivered to any part A
n order; for that would mean to "It is yet two years before the MEN
by carrier for 10 cents
the most dangerous and reckless Democratic party will adopt a platform _

of every community in control. and nominate. a national' ticket, soon Pose beaut &.4 ,.
strength when kldner dit % _
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DEMOCRATIC and ruffianism would ra but \1 in that time the spirit of radicalism INUit uutta itteit on taeos s. 3
:But do not
deipalr. -
the land: peaceably inclined continues to grow as it has A
Member of Congress. End
For DRJHcCEE'3BACKACHE
District would be driven to lawless grown in the past two years, those

FRANK CLARK of s s and violence, all ,respect for law of us who prefer radical rather than AND -

order would be lost and a conservative treatment of public issues KIDNEY CURB '
., For Justice of the Supreme
.. CHAS. E. PAEKBIL1,of carnival of the worst for mks will probably find Mr. Bryan's and will bNlt.:1.brine you UoiTt b a overtook* to ute ,, 111 k'k --

;: -, JAMES B.WHUFIELD, crime, such as we have never speech of Thursday night a bulwark ta *e pUu IA tae bftck-Ufct "t
hall so no" l*.Uat, nor* 1ii
;For Railroad would desolate the South and of conservatism when compared with .0_".... l .-4aica.they ; --I

NEWTON' A. BUTCH, : the reign of chaos. There: the temper that is likely_ to actuate all point toiaonoellU forms.Jud..le1 Ge dlkw wail+f E I

B.HUDSON BUBB. of of course, no present danger of any the American people the further they -at.. this Uxru4 U***.* -
> ia UOIB by Damns a bourt.4mi ,
s For Member House of condition, but not even in single go under the domination of private woo4 rtul rmdr tdr. +a. frfl f
A .11'. cur Ion fe *o i ,
W. DORMAN.. should *
any encoura monopoly and insolence.
corporate
nm a t t.m, Lvm&tf o an4-_ _.
W.iL be given to wild and senseless luiant'$ Plats.a. Atyov* 'I _

> For Tu Assessor: in favor of ku-klux-klans and Senator: Bailey, of Texas, Is report botuo.dl'Ul'cU"e-We Sad .i w a : a -

', A.' D._ HEMMING._- committees, for foolish ed to be tearing his hair-and perhaps -
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; For T.-Collector: playing with fire may easily his shirt, although the dl '

: J,,N. MEEKS. a destructive conflagration. The patches are silent on this point-aLIVE OAK DRUG 00111'---
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: For County Tre- of the South must be vthe violence of his disgust over Mr .

r G. B, LORD. In wisdom and Justice and modera Bryan's declaration in favor of the -
He will tell you thatTh' j ." Anb
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under the guidance of her best government ownership of railroads, .
Far Member of School nights er mighty .abort ,
bytlltiTilAa :
most law-abiding men-not in Let Mr. ,
v' Bailey be of good cheer and .
M. A. .ADAMs.
Th'
days er awful
violence and crime of bands of restrain his emotions. Mr. Bryan la loaf
R.M. CARVER.
Din .. .
worl
am simply fltre
li "
i E. S WiSE. midnight marauders into merely a private citizen expressing TSUben -
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A,, BO am din hear H&gf
';',1 the worst elements, of every his private opinion in his usual frank

Far Member Board County would be sure to gravi- and manly way as to what should be So don't you 'spec' aathia'Frum :

U. L. BURNETT. nobody nor BO whar;
the relations of the, government to a
J. C. DAVIS. Then if you don't Kit It
t J. H. GRANT. vast and growing: monopoly at some #'
I teH3 ifgo.TO""H .
? You won't
W. A. TISON.J.J.DEMPSEY.. The Live Oak Democrat has been indefinite time in the future. The seem much to C..t" |,

from four to eight pages in Democratic party is not committed Thar ain't nothln to It. f
: to handle the large amount of to government ownership. Mr. 'Cept beeps and bee l of fua 'I' **-
Bryan i **-
Things Is bad kiD
At. last that cotton the paper is carrying. was merely giving us something to es beAn
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assured for Live Oakand. shows that the business men of think about-a definite proposition to alers growia' wvs3"But If .

I crat sincerely Oak appreciate a good paper chew on so that we might have the there are others I ant Ito l4 W.WPw ,'"
t
: bers of our County Sea they have,it and also that they I full flavor of it, when the time comes say. Life would be one toag tow*, t .to.= ..
2UiiijA. .
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t'c' : .11.
-Association. that they h the value of printer's ink. We for action. some nightmare If we ba4 to H,e I. ...........__
sistently to their purpose learn from the Democrat that under such Influences forever. T.... t

r ,discouragements and. have company is being formed to star TWO WAYS OF SEEING THINGS across the street to Ue t B&jr 1Iht, .. -
f ....,
-the. means. and got. things w paper. If It'Is 'as good as Bro and mingle with a man who U i, *rr..

,to beginthe workof Sherwood's benediction and a fall page &d aN hi } .... <
;;;; Live Oak will be ;'(By-C.. A; Ridley,) .

warehouses It will:.be a with two, of the best new s-. i If you ask the boy with light hair one for any community vber. to I J! .
Investment of i in the lives. He greets your U Hie' _'1'.1. ,
- much value State.-Fort Pierce: blue'eyes and-sound digestion about qu fjr I *
following f 11.Ya l1 i.ysria ,
sociation. way; -
the world he will
tell
you that It Is: 'Bout the ....
same as n ual
< all
right full of
jolly, good fellows
I
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t$. U
That highly instructive The Barjow 'Courier World keeps goin oa, -..
and. Inform.. carpeted with greenswards for
feet
.
: our .. .. ......
A lot o'
time fur ;
the Live Oak Democrat like many of tollla'
J the rest. of us., has and beautifully arched with
,laughing An' *t iy....wlefrrlrs.l ...
.advantage over The pardonable,prejudice in favor of old stars that light up the caverns of a little time far song "

'able to speak six U when they are good enough night.. But if you put the same question Snow-storms In the winter .... ..**1jo

: Herald's ounce. But gives expression to it in the fol to the man who has traveled An' rose In the May; tltilt. j It -- '

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Democrat says is' kindly comment on the new forty miles up life's 'Bout the same as usual .1.
uneven way-to
-Punta Gorda Herald. enlarged form of the Democrat; the man whose every step has been I'm kind o' glad to ..,. *- _.ktJ". ..
a
And we should be "The Live Oak Democrat took: on tumble and a bruise-to the man who Jes' enough o' troubleAs .......

havethe esteemed new shape some weeks ago but we has made money and lost It, if the days go by _. I. _mt ''Ie

i ; terms with us in that not got used to the change yet ask him what of the world, he will you To keep up our ambitions $ L1Ft .... t

get the Daily Herald e got the original four-page, seven- tell you that life is a game of chance Fur a mansion In the skf; a..... ..er ssE

multiply by six the paper so associated with its and those around the board If life were any sw* trr : '1flrtiv,.. 4.

and profit we now get and readableness that we scoundrels and thieves. He has are I'm afraid we would fur," w u. ...,.

of the weekly. loath to give it up. Maybe we trusted men and been deceived by That the blessings of the f.t..H i i "Ifh irta'1"I

too much of an old fogy after them; he has cultivated the habit of Are somethln' better yet" I scow '. + "

t Hon. W. R. Do man, ." looking on the dark side of thingsand Long may he lire and may We ...... 'I

wannee County's able tribe Increase! If I 1 1
couldn't be
distrusting his
An Oklahoma editor fellows until life *et-
authorizes us to state this information is the author to him has become a tragedy deep tent and happy In a commtl&Hf. | ....0&-4....' _,

not be a candidate for never have a million: Some of you and dark as can, be woven out of would leave It There are BO tJ. .. ..

house of dollars, like gration laws i ..
editors, do not know the mystery of death. against It, and era tbe .. '
encouraged to enter the of course, These neighbors will raid no protest i .,....O..rW" Dlheit
what the big represent two extremes of Bttl' "
number of his friends put pile consists. We' life and.. character, which if I stayed I would join Jane Thomp I ... ,. 'F ,
you on. When you will
legislature. Mr. Dorman you have a meet In every community. son In her little song: .... -1
dollar-bills It is
can be of and pile them up not "Smile ..
greater service always true, however a while; +lss,.
on top of that the
one
another and young'
of want
pIe Suwannee
County take man is the optimist and the While you smile, .. I',, '
one off the old
and top you will have one
looking to
their Another .
reach the pessimist. It is smiles, 4m.
267 sometimes
-:, declines to enter the up feet. It you laid reversed And .
down Many of our soon there's mile* ..... '
end truest
to end, optimists i-
the use of his you would And .
name as miles ..... -
to are sixty -
years
go over eleven miles. If young, while
for the position. the you I many of our pulseless Of smiles; P..r' Itin s.' ,..,
amount in silver dollars the I pessimists are '
barely out of And worth while dh ..
their
The, would be one and one-half miles teens. There areas ,
esteemed
Miami If you but ('it
And few kickers and smile. I'asHI.e a.rd
so on. grumblers
We
preparing to get Itself in know, because in .
tried it the other our city a3 I have ever seen in ? ,tI1i .
its intellectual night, but the a 200,000 PIULIC
.
I community of IMPIUJVEMK.VT IH.tt.t f'.......
slat broke similar: size
and ,
woke '' and, BONDS
yet
porary, the Tampa we up. OP TilE Ctrl OF .
I. we are not exempt from their baneful LIVK loa \l..l Iks 1M
Y ropolis Inadvertently A S\VEETHEART'S JOKE. influence. A few there OAK FLOHIDA. Mr* "4ftI

paper a clipping from a Here's a true one on Alfred Rai philosophers i of are- Sealed proposals will be receU"

_ \ of the Democrat, in which (but we won't say when it hap: they had been Course-men who, if by the undersigned at the OMce of

confessed that we were ) : An old gentleman had p urgiven Providence consulted several, good could have the Board of Bond Trustees, la t bebe I Doa'l i Have Yur

fusticated" class, with a fine hammerless of pointers : City of Live Oak Florida
gun on how to run the universe until t
Gorda Herald on the he was very proud and ; thoak ere 15th day of September
he t 1W
are to be found, at 'I
even in
Work
f drainage. proposition, and delight in showing it to his where the smiles of heaven Florida! o'clock p. m. for the purchase of illnt I IfulclwW .

to pass it up. Let us Alfred called to see his tropical fruits ripen or any part of $200.000 fire jf i I
and t
where iI
Times hasn't noticed it one night and hay corn thirty year Public I At
during the and vegetables grow with less attention Bonds Impro'em al I I the }Jill! (. .
bably hasn't, as it gives Insisted that she should kiss than anywhere of the City of Live Oak. Flor-
else in the
tention to its State She refused. Alfred asked and where the cotton stalk world, Ida.The

for it might stop long what she would do if he kissed fifteen feet high and nods Its grows white legality of the bonds will bt

solution of world anyhow Why I'd tell father head to approved by Messrs. Dillon
the t
passing H.b.
replied. Very soon, breeze. bard of New York I I f lip I
however I.
er the Metropolis with was surprised with the kiss.,She the: You he will will not be with him long before to the legality, or duplicate whose opinion as : am i iUt _

High Olympus hurled at went to give you to understand will be delivered they cot
her father's that things to the purchaser,
.: which could suppose the saying: Father. Alfred wants generally are. going Printed circulars
wrong; that cotton will not containing more
to so simple see your new gun. The make definite and detailed t
equal a old man half a crop; that the crows are eatand information 1 a... <' Mtee.
blank
the backwoods of took his gun and started in- ing up the corn and the forms for bids may be had .
the parlor. As he entered the panders are on application to the live B. Hi
parshort
Chairman
t ; that the
drainage of the \ chickens are of the
dying
Board
Alfred went through the of Bond
window, of cholera Trustees Lire am B ikhiryt
and the wolves Oak bt v. *
Times is really a very are Florida
the"sash with him. or to Messrs.
He
1' ,markedly strong on' i the nazi day after his hat sent he up bothering when: he the had cows; that prices went bard of New York. Dillon A Ii nb. I For &at In.:,_ \\

but 'yoji mustn't I nothing to sell and The t
,page* -"i -_""*"*.* "" v-- : In the halls Hallettsville (T4 x.) that the people are Board of Bond Trustee of
moving away to Live I WtL
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1 2::. .' '! a better Oak Florida.
country.- ;
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GO Julius Surasky, of .Darlington, s.\\ Mann. Terry came up from Fort Gold UontftbOM la OUen Tia i*" '

THEY COME. THEY.. .. C, will arrive In Live.Oaks today White yesterday. Roman writers Inform us that.Conr 7 l. I. .
will' make this his future home. He modus caused the hoofs of his horaei

\ has' never been to Uve,'O' .k before, W'-P.Tummons, a good citizen of to be covered with goldfleaf and even -AM- .
Some ,You Know, And Some You but feeling sure that Wwill HkeTJur O'Brien. Is'here today. the fetlocks to be gilded. Nero's Short LAXATIVE
SYII-
Don't Know. hustling city his brothers who are journeys were Invariably, performedon i :
white mules shoes
now in business' here have induced Rev,. A. J-. York is a guest o this wearingsold on _
their fore feet and silver behind. The
him to come and assist them in their daughter .
Mrs. Dr. Brown this week. beasts which drew the chariots of his
Iltppenlngs of a Day In Life Oat mercantile' business. He will be a. wife. Poppae, were shod aU around
valuable addition to their firm as he DeWitfs Little Early Risers. Pleasant with gold. Several.others among the TIE .

is an expert clothing salesman and little pills that do not gripe or dignitaries and potentates of the riotous *

Oh, tradesman, In thine hour of e e e, has had wide experience in his line.j I sicken. Sold by City Pharmacy. days of the Roman empire shod KEWm'

If on this paper you should c c c, i their horses with gold and. used the

,be y y'y.Co See Helvenston B they about same material for bridle bits buckles.
Take our advice and now or that Miss Josephine Williams, of Mayo<< ,
etc.
straight ahead and advert'III. accident insurance. They ave just is here visiting her sister, Mrs....Dr. spurs .

You'll find the project of some u u u; what you are looking for anil it costs: E. Thomason E..U.Ja Trains .. lime. .
IF. ne Kit Omr >KOMMI &IA .. .UM, I..
Neglect can offer no ex q q Q. r but Jl.OO per thousand per\nnum. The public service rendered by the IftIJ .... -
your d a a a, I Messrs. R. L British railway lines, the convenienceto
Be wise at once prolong | Dowling and W. F'i "A Cold
or Couch otwty atayt
A silent business soon de k k k. J. L. Malison, of Tampa. is here Dennard returned today from a business the traveler and the shipper:, Is far daces conjtiptHoa-& waist all ras+ is Sit

The Journal of Philology, on a visit of a few days to the family t I trip to Chicago. | in excess of anything to be found In eyes. DOM an4 threat tasted .f fft&ti&t *** -
this country. The British isles are ab- of the 1& Bwi u4 U&
1)'St1ftthrorb
of Mrs. H. K. Lewin I ?&
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surdly small when compared. with our_ For the wet of meUtur 1M bwifcfcs. *
"Uncle"S'ash Fletcher was up I F. H. Bremer has returned froma vast areas, ana tillS of course simplifies'U cry and bud. I'iWIJ III MIlt thC'N'II' I
from O'Brien today, and In conversa- Miss Sallie Byrd returned home! trip to Waycross, Ga., where he the operating problems. There are no are constipating tsttdiUj those

tion with a Democrat reporter, said a few days ago from a very pleasantvisit went on business. snowdrifts to delay schedules no sections Opiates. Kennedy s Uiutvt Kf tel .
Tar moves tht b- wcIa. cestatel ft* Cf '
be had expected to leave today for at White Springs. of crudely built track awaiting _

Miami, but on account op some little Educate for busi& as by taking one perfection, and the locomotives are KEN NED"

matters he was unable to get off. Our students are accepting posI- of our $40 schol hips. Southern never far from their home shops. Yet
I even with allowance for these advan-
However, be expects to leave for MIami tions, new ones want/Id/ at once toi Business College.' tages both freight and passenger traffic LAXATIVE

Thursday and ordered the Democrat take their pla.es-yg|>uthern Business handled with
are habitually a regularity oustt1$
mailed to him there. College. / Col. H. E. Carter and J. B. Gardner and,certainty that deserve the high-

I leave this afternoon for a week's outIng est degree of praise. In any large HONEYTARBS I
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FOR RENT Several,fou and siroffice. There was hardly standing room at Suwannee Springs. terminal In England the number of

room cottages. Apply at s in the Park Dramatic Company's big passenger trains that arrive either exactly ... Relieves Coils Vy vnfc&f 0**N
I I Master i on time or a minute or two ahead of the system through a epJst asEsa rf _
tent last night for the big crowd of T. D. Dexter has returned
'' Is far greater than that of trains even tha bov.la,
editor of the VloridaCbrUtltB people drawn there to the play 'from' a visit to the mountains in
Dr, Pasco, see ReBsvea
the least overdue. Five minutes la usually ST CouPs ky clue!$ 4 l
Advocate, left for Bronson "Tennessee's Pardner" and at to- I North Carolina. a safe margin for an Important strengthening the mucew tnsnt,"*It
this morning to conduct the funeral night's entertainment, a four act T connection. At Finsbury Park, a suburban the thrOlot, hoatlUI ud"..cWal t" -

wrvkM of Rev. W. C. Norton one, comedy-drama "Life in Montana" | We carry a large stock of fine station just outside London. For CrR,. Wloott.c 0.&T.gInnnenu

of the oldest ministers of the. Florida will draw epually as great a number visiting cards and print them neatly trains pass on an average of one every firataittr. u4-.. ......

Coafaregce. of people. IWAl"TEDA' .' in any style desired at the Democrat' two minutes night and day yet this Colds remedy, iMg Is equal*U tEontyaMTtr. BtOKkki.....,...s..11111 UftSterttory It
tremendous traffic is handled with
,omce aIWM'" L
\\ clocklike precision.-Ray Morris In At
patted awls at Miss V. Ed- po t n 01 any kind ..
lantic. Put II'III 2ac.50.asd...00......at'" tbt.
ttrd* at S and 10 cents pe yard.II by a young man. ress "P" care Mrs. J.V.. Register and Miss Ver- .f B.0.DeWitt*C*. "'4t "VI...

of this office. tt gle Register of Jasper, are here, the 8aeer Ruc.laaYaya.. Phar
City
|, 8. Harrell County Supervisor; guests of Mrs. R. E. McNeill. If you drive through a Russian village ae7e_=

of RtfUtratloo U in the city today Miss Verdie Bryan accompaniedher about 16 p. m. you will be struck PROFESSIONAL CARDS

traasactlag business. uncle M. L. Burnett on his tripto Mrs. D. E. Horn and children re- by the absolute quiet that pervadesthe .v
scene. Not a creature, mau or dog,
Baltimore and New York and assisted turned this morning from Suwannee L L BOWSOK. a, ..h4U..
is visible moving about The place has
Ueals, lie, at the him in the purchase of ladlea Springs where they have been spending the air of a deserted village. Supposeby RS& SM\LL,

-- Only white Cltr1furantth dress: dry goods etc., returning the summer.I some rare untoward chance you JLv

citj, home with him yesterday. come upon a group of men standing
I ATTORNEYS. -AT LA"Will.do
i Miss .Marquerite Walton, who has to!!ether apparently In conversation.. : > ,

C E. Baker, assistant cashier of The building of a cotton warehouse been visiting Miss Lois/Higglns, returned you wiltnotice-I that they speak ;subdued general practice In Stile; .nJ

ti. First National Dank, returned today here has been finally settled, an to her home at Jacksonville tones and, wait so long is youplease Federal Court,
will never bear them
from Valdosta where he went to .amount sufficient to put up a flue yesterday. ... laugh. The you cause Is simply this: These Hocus IUD S IUrtaw Law a .....yt.

.pd the holiday yesterday. building has been subscribed and a Russian peasants believe evil spirits 'pjuuuK ltt

contract to .erect the building. will be NOTICE OP SALE. ; but unlike the Chinese they believe LIVE OAK. i t rU>JUDJLC

New ready ma/4e>dre& skirts at let at once. Work will have to be .that they .are attracted, not S.BROWM. T. a.11+ e..i a4,
MU* U V. E /a / lIandsome pushed in order for the completion of Notice is hereby given that under frightened, by sounds. And so if some & THOMASQN
lite II Uv Gift (J J 2Mt the warehouse to store this season's and by virtue of an order issuingout unlucky fate decree that the moujlk be BROWN ,
crop, of the court,of thejCou&t Judge. out of doors after 11 p. m. be U a painfully
silent man. This! feeling also ex-
R H Looter, the \Jereler, has in and for Suwannee county Florida PHYSICIANS SURCEOXS,
tends to some of the southern toivus.
sa v.4 m place of buslftisA from the DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is best. dated the 31st day of August, Kiev the holy clay: of Uu-ssla is a I LIVE OAK. t r" s 1WIU)A.
Florida Book Supply ConhAny store I Get DeWitt's. Good ,for everythinga A. D. 1906, wherein and wherebythe model In this reject After 10 p. in. !
J.
im Ike HttU green office. InVront of salve is used for, including piles. undersigned as administrator of you may practically have the streets .
U U liirnm 4 Co. \> 4-6t Sold by City Pharmacy.Sid the estate of J. A. Adams, late, of to yourself.Blackwood's Magazine. L M. DIXON,

Suwannee county, Florida, deceased, .

Aag.s Folks, secretary and treastiter Hinely. of the firm of Hinely- was .authorized to make sale 'Of so BeJ..laJruotber"! Dnrden. DENTIST.
That It is not impossible to ring a
f of the Santa Fo Lumber Co.. Stephens Company, returned home much of the real estate of said de-
new change on woman's aversion to
.( Hil4i mho has been in the city yesterday from the West, where he cedent as may be necessary to satisfythe telling her correct age has been proved OKTODO.VTIA, ; CROWN : AND : BIH&I

te.blag after business matters for his has been for several days buying indebtedness.. of said estate I, by the rector of a New York church. WORK, : SrccuuiKt.TVT .

naapu. returned home today. horses and mules for his firm's sale J. H. Wetherington, as administratorof He does not: appear to be more than --- -- .

stables. Mr. Hinely is a good judgeof the estate of the raid J. A. Adams fifty years old but declared to an Inquiring E. BROOMEL1Y1. .

Ales SttraiVy, of the firm of Suras- horse-flesh and as usual, bought I deceased, for the purpose of payingthe parishioner that he was seven .

iif4 lf broth,ra I. U Atlanta this week some fine animals. indebtedness of said estate will, ty-five and added, "1 shall be seventy- -
seven next birthday." ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW.
home on Monday the first day of October my
d ss k "'taL He Is expected "The other evening." he explained."my .
II* latter part of the week .to assist Good for the cough, removes the A. D. 1906, between the legal hoursof wife and I computed that our uve OAK. : n.o&m4.

U IttlUg th. two big stores now cold, the cause of the cough. That's sale of said day and at the front combined ages foot up to a hundred Will praetic in kit U e cenrU* ..M4 ty U. firm ready for the faUtfa" the work of Kennedy's Laxative door of the court house la Suwannee years. Now of course no lady is ever UI attentwa rMof Is C-..,..... ft..4.WIoa
Honey and Tar-the original laxa- county Fla., bid off and sell at pub- over twenty-five years old 83 to keep KeBU.. Etc. AUdto. hrie..s wash

tive 'cough syrup. Contains no opi- lic out-cry to the highest bidder l>eace In the family 1 suppose I must Novas,PVBUC lUll"BARDIN Lssa

Ba.*kktt KakVir has opened In ates. Sold by City Pharmacy. therefor for cash the following des- say I'm seventy-five."
44I "But why will be sefenty.t ven
you
Ifc* C T ltDu 'I store, opposite cribed land, or so much thereof as &
your next LlrtMay1""Because
slur ..rt 'dtt.../ 'rei" cakes and Our forty scholarship plan may be necessary to pay the indebtedness wife's birthday and
my
k..4 dally -.8 a\nee Bakery. closes Sept& lIar Southern Business of the aforesaid estate to-wit: mine happen to fall on the same date, EDWARDS

College. The W V2 of the NW % of section: and"-with a sigh of resignation-"of -, -.
Afc4 tfisfct llfbu music laughter \ eight (8), in Township four (4)1 course I shall have to shoulder both of

tai IH I4.... tfc. C. W. Park Dra- Some new views of Suwannee south of Range fifteen (15) east lying them." 38 acres in South

fettle lumbar. 1M' night began River the best yet are among the and being situate the county of -
8f In answering advertisements, please East Live
tf.i *"V'. ragagvuent here. The mammoth collection of post cards on Suwannee and state of Florida.J. Oak-ly

'ww.u sax a large ODe and the er- sale at the City Pharmacy.Guy IC WETHERIXGTO mention the Democrat. ing East of Ohio

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plea.-4. i McCully, of Dowling Park, NOTICE. Avenue.
who was operated on for appendicitis

'.+lttt set aav4Hrama of life in In Atlanta some days ago, is rapidly 'To the Cotton Ginners of Suwannee This is a desirable

L fcftitfea .|t| ... given. This play Improving.The County: .. .. .. neat-. ..1 !..:,...
....4 Its UH M.a.ur. of popularity Thinking that an organization ofthe I tract foi UU.Ul\'l

'l.. H.,< Jar+d ta N.w York and condition of Mr. Roof's little cotton ginners of this county

..... -1M plot Is distinctly a novel girl U slightly better today, but very would prove beneficial, we would like ion to the City of ,

t .1It imaiai.ff..t
!. twtfttly piq.taresga.: several W- relatives and friends are anxiously Saturday, September Sth. at 11 ) ,

tkf H4UM. Ur Park, )tvrday ex- hoping for a more decided change for o'clock a. m., for the purpose of five minutes walkof 1

I Miil t.&t 4.ilakt at being once the better. i forming an association.The $ %

c.- **** M Uv. Oat. sad "meat a iorM I Sea Island Cotton Ginning Co. Court House. 1;

*** U 49 slaking hands with Mrs. K. M. Paulk. of flfton Ga., M. BURNETT, Mgr. \ ,
st4 ten..f. aa4 s.jailataacca. II a guest of Mrs. Joe S. Roof and cow.wrT Lots 150 yards

i Mrs. R.E McNeill, her sisters, fora NO LIGHT SO RARE
Buy your Cigars at from this proposition
P It 1ie41ek. who recentlyBusiness few days. Mrs. Paulk came on ac-
,
e .tII hk..... N 1M .. Ibn count of the serious illness of Mrs.Roof Florida Book Supply Co. Nor yet as soft and brilliant as are selling to

t..; .... ....... ii a lilt l*>. little child. the electric light. Maybe you

1 isI. riMi saj..fistrcdrnl of tae and win a box free. Thirty grant that, but are dubious as to day at $1,000. E

ret & i. Kailwar at UkeHMM. This morning at 10 o'clock Rev. chances in win from cost. If you are the least bit in-
1,000 to
I tit Pen t* doing nicely. Ford pastor of the Presbyterianchurch terested in electric illumination

I. gHib. ".'f' et.Ut for hiss conducted the funeral service -t lone: cigar a box Also get a ask about ,
.... of Mrs E. A. Burdick whose l I appliances, fixtures $6,500
Its In Ute
)'''1 IiiR I vote for most popular young i
death occurred yesterday. The fun- wiring-anything about "every-
... aWMp t\wI4 .......aro for i
... ....1 w.a t\e .o.lhffll Bu sI- eral services were preached at the lady in Live Oak. thing electrical." We are well

.... .....g. .s ....."""4 (o give the home after which the remains were posted and our information is at I

''-'t I. 'tt-INIal ..tauU D. laid to rest in city cemetery. DR. J. W. WEST, your disposal-see us if you maen I for the 38 acres

--- Mr*. W. H. Johnson of Rocky Physician and Surgeon. business. I
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v tf.4 tU prtttltst line Real Estate and lavestatiU 1
.tii Ikuy Rid tnt,. ubltt ever Sink, Is a guest of Mrs. James A. Leslie Office: Carroll Building, Ohio Avenue.

tt Mvt 06r.olU.* around on Shelby street. Residency at Ethel Hotel. J. C. LYLE.LIVE .

Phonear Office.No163.Resasae.Ni. BAISDEN Bt'lLDINO.Phone .
"4 Wt Ilk at them. E. 8. Tn 1Try Iteilj Democrat, only lOe a .3 or 1ea.

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time went on, and'her salary fell moreand fags and the material used' labuildngs 'o --" 'o._ : i.: ti -c '.. .. "__L...Q, .- ->>'!I..

["lOllINQ ON A BARREL. more into arrear she ventured task o to be constructed therein and -iTth_ c1eEo t= ttgat:. .e4.ttestM ia1W vat f.i

c "on account" fixIng penalties for the violation ; -"iCHAi... If. BItOv."N, -M.IJf. ": '
\ for something
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?. ;, Why haven't I paid you your wages llUf"' '
Be It onWn@d"b the City Council '; City tit
careless of b1AW ; ,..all art.tc ; _'
lately Teg? How me and the Mayor of the City of Live, W"h its .;i '_T .-
her mistress said. "I'm sorry ,I. have .. Sari ttaa.rso4 ...., .
pobilc'la'general and life wrersia Oak Florida: S. P Mays CUr Ctertf of live "
'The'P In the house just now, buhere's Ii : -easewr.... .>'-
particular should be warned *f the no money ceased to Section 1.That the following City of Live OaTlort4it, ** ttl** 1I'.tI. -. '<.".-" ; -,
a smart cloak that I've described and portions of the s .6t
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danger and folly of rolling on a barrel certify that the above ft&4 fora!** She ... ,.. ,_.-
and which Is-only a wee bit out City of Live Oak Florida hereby x -*:;
the bodies of apparently drowned wear are Ordinance To. 51 wan r f aary ps.. start ... !tot -,-." _." -.
of fashion. You'll take it in lieu of established and declared to be the ed by the City Council on the ITtfc I-.'- -a:... I- -
: persons. This process bat never yet_ ...... _
tire Limits of the City of Live Oak .
won't
wages your day of August. A. D. lift*, and Ills ''$., -
It has : "
[helped 'to resuscitate, though I ie r T iIf _
Htindoubtedly'killed manpR half drown "\'o, ma'am, I'm sure I shan't said Florida to-wit: same Is hereby certified to .the MuM. i......." ... ""'"' ,
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Peg, wrathfully eying the faded old Commencing at the intersection of for his approraLWitness .tIII t ttao9wt .
r ed persons. The Idea that -pumps Conner Street with Suwannee Street I 1i4 _., ,
"A I be by came butI my hand and the .w of -
cloak. peg may .... ..... ..
"'out'the' water Is entirelyfalla- thence South Suwan ..
': won't be the sort of peg that people running along said City this 17th day of ABgart ...,.9.... 3atf .. _
clous. In the first place no .water nee Street eighty-five (85) feet A. D. 1906.
on-not if I know
hang castoff clothes
: enters tbe lungs of a drowned man thence West through the home placeof s: P. MAYS City Clerk .. .

:-tin he. has been absolutely dead for It"-London Answers. C. J. McGehee to a point on (SeaL) AExamined Covt"fht ....,,.... ""' '.... '

many hours. In the second, the removal Church Street eighty-five (85 feet and approved by me tall ........... _5.t.
"TO CURE A FELON *
south of Conner Street thence South
of water from the stomach Is the 17th' day of August. A. 0 llfli.
Sam. Kendall 0' Phillipsburg along Church Street to Wilber Street ..
says M. E. BROO} E.
quite consideration ,
a secondary com ....... t.1 -
thence East Wilber Street to
along .
pared with the importance of reestablishing Kan., "just cover it over with Buck- Mayor City of Live Oak. FU.
Pine Street thence South along Pine *k hbe
the action of heart and lungs len's Arnica Salve and the Salve will Street to Parshley Street thence East NOTICE OF ELECTION.To .

and rolling a body on a barrel Is about do the rest," Quickest cure for along PafShley Street to Ohio ,.
jirtisita *4aa
the surest' way of preventing bit Burns., Bolls, Sores Scalds, Wounds, Avenue, thence North along Ohio the Sheriff of Sawannc* County, s tta.at, .ar s k. asw.u

heart and lungs from resuming their Piles, Eczema Salt Rheum ChappedHands Avenue to point on the Eastern ii '-

normal! functions. Artificial expansionand boundry of Ohio Avenue directly opposite Of the State of Florida
Sore Feet and Sore Eyes.
contraction of the chest by alternately the Southern boundry of Wll- -
Only 25c at Barclay & Groover's drug her Street thence East through the
t stretching the arms above the home of Be It Known That I. IL CLAY
I i I store. Guaranteed. place the estate of N. M.
head and compressing the chest wth flat ties '
Parshley to _a point opposite a pointon CRAWFORD Secretary of State of a
"- them 1s the correct Arst aid to the ap- I I a. s a aLtkeltPO
Conner Street; twenty (20) feet the State of Florida, do hereby fit s5 pds1t
1 patently drowned, but never can roil Easy Enough. east of eastern bqundry line of the *M

j. Ing on' a barrel be anything but dele- 'l Insurance Superintendent (suspicious- property owned by: Robbins & Mc- notice that a f d is tdta# __

terions.-New York Times. )-How did your husband happen to Gehee, thence'North to a point on Gene$al Election I.flee Rrett sit $p t c.,

die so soon after retting Insured for Haynes Street to a point opposite a will be held In Suwannee County, *. A.

heft Thl. Coffee. a large amount? Widow-He worked point< twenty (20) feet east of the State of Florida\m Tuesday Dut

During one of George Graham Vest himself to death trying to pay the pre astern boundry line of the property succeeding the first Monday IB NOT aatiti sd 1b e9lfiMgp >_

campalsn tours In the early nineties It miums. owned by Robbing & McGehee on ,
Conner Street thence J West along ember. A. D., 1906. the said The teas tam w. -
was necessary for him to sojourn overnight
Haynes Street to Halinlton Street day being the -
r In the town of St. Charles. The Cascasweet Is a vegetable corrective t
thence North along Hamilton Street Sixth Day of November
test hostelry the place afforded th.i .
was for the stomach and bowels ,of
t 'poor enough and at breakfast Vest to Duval Street thence West along For One Representative of the Secou ..Sala..
babies and children. Contains
no Duvet Street to a point one hundred '
was especially put out by the stuff'that t opiates and the ingredients are on (100) feet west of Ohio Ave., thence Congressional District of Florida M4liW.Htf.- _

was placed before him for coffee. After South to Hayne Street thence West In the Sixtieth Congress of tM < 1Ait1
t each and every bottle. Pleasing to WW4iMtor <-
baring sampled the beverage Vest.wltha along Hayne Street to the main line United States.
frown called for take. Sold by City PharPlacy.I +4
e the proprietor, of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway For Two Railroad Commlesioaert for
When that Individual appeared the thence Northwest along the main line -
the State of Florida.
4 senator asked. with a wave of his handtoward LOW ROUND mp'lUTES of said Atlantic Coast Line Railway

the offending liquid smoking I via. to Duval Street thence West along Two Justices pf the Supreme Court .

Duval and Third Streets to the of the State\ f Florida. ,-
Innocently before' him, "Sir, what Is I LOUISVILLE & XASHVILLE R. R. railway > a '- -
this track known as the "Y", thence Members t a etL sit d E--
For
stuffr' 'Toffee. meekly replied I 1 The Louisville & Nashville Railroad Southwest along the railroad track TWO of the HOUM ot V. b., ere eY __ -
r the proprietor....somewhat taken
aback Representatives of the SUte Of
is will sell round-trip tickets from known as the "Y" to Church Street
Coffee repeated Vest In fine scb f. Florida.
tuence South =
along Church Street he lie T -
Jacksonville to points shown on dates to
"My friend, I could Insert a coffee bean Connor es -
Street thence East along For County Assessor of Taxes.
', Indicated.
Proportionately low
rates
In my mouth dive Into the Missouri
Conner Street to Suwannee Street .
For Tax Collector. '-
river swim to the town of Alton Ill.. from other points: and' point of beginning.,

.and VII guarantee that one could bail $17.65-Memphis, Tennn and J't>tUl'n. Section 2.-That no person persons For County Treasurer.

up much .better coffee than this- sir Tickets on sale September 9th firm or corporation shall be allowed For Five County Commtalo&ert. a *vac

N over the entire route!" to 12th inclusive. Final return or permitted to build construct For Three Members of the CouBtj

,. erect enlarge or repair
limit good to leave any Board of Public Instruction
Aevf .. Detect Base Coin.Several ouuaing or structure within the said
For Justice of the Peace la and ff
Memphis fire limits
3: cases of returning September as described in Section
making and
circulating 20th 1906. One (1) of this Ordinance whereof the following Justice District,
counterfeit coin have been
r. at the. central criminal court dur heard in:3:.". -Dallas, Texas, and return. tue main material, including Le roof Viz: No. 3. No. 4, No S, No i. Na n.9 4 f
is of
wood 4 %
;" the last few days, and at the conclusionOf Tickets sold October= 6th and terial; but that or other all buildings combustible ma- 7, No.8. No. 10, No. 11, No. II. VfpiM

4t one of the cases the foreman of the 7th. Final return limit 21 hereafter, budded, or constructed or structures No. 13, No. 14, No. IS, N* II artNo. ? w,

l.'; Jury asked the authority they would days from date of sale.s within the said fire limits shall be 17. 5

take a suggestion torn twelve businessmen $32.80-Buffalo, X. V,, trod return mainly of brick stone rock or some For Constable |B: and fur the (alia*. w+'
-j} who during the had other material not of & .
year to dealwith Tickets sold October 10th a combustible lug Justice Districts vUo.. 1. N a -

1 considerable sums In silver eoln.I 11th nature. Provided, That any person 2. No. 3, No. 4, No. I No. t No T
s There was he said, a most simple test and 12th. Final return persons firm or corporation owning ,

for the detection of base coin. It was limit, leaving Buffalo October or occupying any wooden or other :No. 8, No. 10, NO. 11, NO. 11 4.

t to sharply cut the milled edge of a good 19th 1906. building now within the said Fire 13. No. 14. No. IS, No. U 41.4 : :_,-

cola against the milled edge of the $19.60 Xevv Orleans, La., and re Limits may repair the same by first No. 17.InTestimony.
submitting to the Fire Committee of
suspected coin. If spurious the metal turn. Tickets on sate October said City the plans or nature of the Whereof, ( leis ftrcrv r-

would almost Immediately begin to 12th to 15th, inclusive. repairs desired to be made and .unto set my hand and afflx4 tfte .

"a. shave off After making a personal test I I Final return limit October 30, obtaining from said Fire Committee great Seal of the Stat. of Florid

the common sergeant said be q 1 1906 their approval, of such repairs, and a at Tallahassee the I e MM'I%-
tej By depositing ticket Capital tt.
agreed with
the
suggestion of the ju permit authorizing the Provided
as to the usefulness of the test and: with Special Agent New Orleans That the Fire Committee same.is not the first day of IWptU1Nr, A, ft ::1'-

said It ought to be made known.Loo- and paying: fee of 50c hereby authorized to allow repairs 1906. !

don Queen. an extension of return limit to any building or structure where (L.S.) II. CLAY CiUWKOJift.

can be. secured until November such repairs would be worth more Secretary el &
Stammer to Yonnelf. than the ****
building *
or structure desired *fe
I To the many correspondents who 30. 1906. to be reoaired. Provided further__ __ To J. H. RIckerson, Sheriff S+

1; have written Inquiries and suggestions $17.63 Memphis, Teim., and return. that should the Fire Committee n at wannee County. I

u to a cure for stammering we may Tickets sold October 15th any time give a permit to either {

state that this Is not a medical t'!t- 16th 17th and 18th; Final build- construct repair or enlarge
reau. This writer gave bis own method any building within the said Fire NOTICE or tttC1KIC. 'fJ
return limit
October
30th.
By Limits, and ..
of any member of the
his City
curing own particular nervous I WHEEEAS. TU Lecwkura .f taK -
depositing ticket Council
with :
disorder., which is probably Special knowing of such permit, object Constitution of IttA.uf ta. Kum ...
shared by many of his fellow Agent Memphis, and paying to the same for good reasons, it pas five Joint RcawlutMM,....*i>aj> 1 ...... .. .
men, Let shall be the to the Consutuu of Uw Ut.rt ,
it be repeated In answer.to many who fee of 50 cents, an extension member duty of said objecting the same were aerial to fc> a ma ........-+" +

seem to have seen the problem and I j of return limit can be secured file his of objections the City Council to such to that fifths the ef vou All on the said members J
missed the solution. Consume your> until November 30, 1906. permit with the Mayor, tered upon thirr re.i.. tlv,J.ntk t.l > i '
whereupon and nay thereon, aaj liar 41 ........ -
Own smoke. If you must stammer, try $16.05-Chicago, Illinois aud return. it shall be the duty of the Mayor to direct that said Jo i..t r-*rtiuM b. '" r ::i-. 001 -

to stammer to yourself. When you Tickets on sale daily to Sep- order such work or repairs stopped the ektton of the SUM at UM ........ i 1-.. _

.. have tut-tutted and gur-gurred: suiflclently tember 30th. Final return ntil the question of allowing the per- inNoYemw.l'I'I 11 1--- -t
_
mit
to yourself you will be ready limit can be passed upon by the City retory Slat& b...... 1i i
October
j '
31
1906. Council.
give notice that
\ with the word. It is quite astonishing a i a:.:.:

how soon the inaudible stammer becomes $38.40-Hot Springs, Ark., and re- Section 3.-That framed buildings GtNtRAlwill t1ICTIOit I I. e-

unnecessary and the word is turn. Tickets sold' daily. covered with sheet iron shall not be be held in each cwmtjr U HM.. '--- : ,....,
allowed to be next succeeding tIw ;
built nrrt Mrwdas r ...
or j .
constructed .
-- whipped out! But there are some men Final return limit 90 days within the said Fire Limits. A. D. ISufiL 0..said TwSIXTH .-., b..ayr .. I =
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t who hug a stammer-stammering always from date of sale. Section 4.-That hereafter when DAY Of NOVIMBtB.! i SEh- -

In the right place-lifting curiosity Daily to September 30th, round any person persons firm or corpora for the ratificatHM or rjwtii. .
to tiptoe in the listener. Charles trip tion shall desire to build Resolution prof*.is A-- I. ....I* At .
summer tourist tickets will be construct tution of the Su t.at rturid. ... '"
Lamb stammered, but always in the on sale to various resorts. Full information or enlarge or repair any building or I I. J
ABTICIB
right place a$ when be went to buy structure within the said Fire Limits, XXVlii _
cheese (the story may be quite schedules, time tables, before commencing such building of That the Com the fvllvwinc amradstm 1hA kyt is -
untrue) or tituuon i4 U*.Ut.W IXniC !
The etc., will be furnished promptly on structure they shall it is hereby.,creed
I shopman offered t3 send it home submit the plans to and shag n* ZCT ,

Lamb Inspected It. Then he asked for application toG and Fire specifications of the same to the the be held election oa tU of 6ntt the State TuwUy at IK atm.M,.tbti...I.| .. a h.>_

"? a bit of string. "1 tnluk. he said. '"1 E. ERRING., .L tug_; ayyiuvai_Committee___ ___ ui of_ the sam_ _said_ City for ..t in...November..... A. D.. 1w&, f w r.NAe.'"-at ..le. n .
Committee
9 i could 1-11-J-oaJ It home."-London Flu. Pass. Agent, L. & X. n. R., which said Committee if they ap-, Treasurer Section 32. Th Cover**, u..i:,...?...r w i':1'- -*
Spectator. ,the
Xo. 118 W. of Attorney General and
Bay St., prove such plans and iilnnr
specifications aioner of Agriculture
of tne
gUh
r .f ,
I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.ORDINANCE shall issue to such person per- theirtuenworinvffkt, art .....> I IfFr:.::
Not
clothe Fes.Peffsle sons, firm or corporation a building and designated u a bawd U 4>....... ""
r Newton had been a faithful FIXING FIRE LIMITS. permit; It such plans ers.and are hereby autauriMrf a.4 ..
' and specifica- establish a system of ranak,......
.
household drudge for years, and had Ordinance Xo. 51. tions are not and reservoir of ... .
I approved by the said men duneaafa* a4....... : -'
not grumbled much An ordinance to Committee the judgment of sad buar4 ../ i i -
when her wages establish a fire then such building or 4 ,.... .. .
were occaslonallypassedjpver. But as limit in the City of Live Oak, Flor- structure shall not be allowed Provided loners the U deumxl and advkabla. Vu&.... .a4 t.L... -
swamp overau .
-- ida, to prescribe the of r.d .... ..... !;:@
Florida
however
manner of build- that such person, or such pan or aw.T
deemed beat
by Mid
firm buard
persons
or corporation, should fiionert from time w time .......- "
they feel themselves aggrieved by irrigation of the laM.Nc....-l attsrrd, .
: the decision of the said Fire Com such canals,dl'alDa.le.... ..,
: mittee, may appeal to the such manner u .U1 U mo**ad.N 1JI-T' s III-
.
r : City Coun territory *u drained the .. ri'--
SlateArndk.
cil
for
eN if flta\ such building permit, and up- habitants and the cumikwr.. tWnW "? w :

on such appeal to the City Council, Section 33. That the UKJ ., Im..w I .
tue City miseioners are hereby .uu..rw .., sat tafci |. '

SUWANNEE( BAKERY ? such Section permit.Council 5.-That may grant or refuse ariea board to establish thereof of drainace drau.in the..comm.Suu...'hIIII'- I. .tt.7...._ ,' r. _

any person who lll uLefl" .
N violates thorUed and empowered a .V e_ .......
or attempts to violate te HTMI a .. !
any of of all the alluvial Sa Yr ...., ,
the provisions or sa amp aa4 n.>.... ..
of this Ordinance able lands within suck 4rain. ...... a. -
n d.asy.. .. .
shall, upon conviction tricU.and levy thcra.aI ..... .
therefor be- seeding new.. des rs ...,.. .
ten
fore cent _
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-
Bread Cake the Mayor of said pn acre per assess Ie......
Pies Etc. City be annually by aid board of drama-. 1"1:-fb.,
punished by a fine not to exceed five and the variuu Ux auetiur W db.--.y I. j .. ... 4.,

hundred dollars ($500), or by im ties embraced in part or u F kob vtert.l.wMya, r1i8..... '

Cakes made special to order.'.;Cream Bread prisonment in the City prison for a drainage list or lists district and Cntcr 01' U.11&IIIIt.district. ..aD. ...... ....
a period not exceeding three of the /s ... ...f t Ii
months county or counties U '
Specialty Mays Bros., Broome &Turbeville, Section 6.-The provisions of this lie and the amount w levied w by-If"UehujJ ucki.....j.,.... ,

Surrency Powers and G. W. Townsend handle occupant Ordinance shall apply to the owner may age commwoiooera be prescribed in by luch the btH IbaAftW.,.sad...f....._, .._ ,

contractor or workman on nussiouer from time to tin*.wkkk'.......
4our bread, and no others. any such building or structure. be collected by the y.riw.u eolWu,.. ..t&jII... E" .

Section 7.-This Ordinance shall I other counties taxes wherein such level aa%- ...... ....u _
are collected U.
go Into effect immediately upon its and pay over Mid amount coUwtad cTOnlaBe. sly Vw a ;: (
e of i* ty I[Mr N
drainage
passage by the eommiMuner, MId ---nT.i I :
City Council shall '< r-
and have a lien l'''''
approval aupenor to all T
.
cot" ...
the .
by the Mayor.: taxable Und in a.,sp-k.4raJUp 5 ..
be enforced by &ax 1nJ.tow u.. ....II.. ...,


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XI-"New York and Florid Ex 7 Ar-ChkatgoYaaltnt.t.Lv
year. 1 ily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping l45p v.Cln'aatICA D.\,
,vrp111ar (' and Jacksonville; to New York. I (AsTol.da G H.t DI1.Jf
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rs of the Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleep- -,
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ou the I .........OVGII6OAnD or TEX SIT- 6 30p IAr.U.Usofta Ckvetaad &K9 F.ur!JU!
; ; faro, (( 8 lOp Lv.Loui.vtili..B. R/.LT
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you the effect .........Aitmll* N. C._.Lv, ( 06p'Ar-M ClilAr.Bim'kam.AS.Ry:' mplua .,......L...
...H-ot Springs. N. C. LTKnoi 9 40m Ar KuuaCUj Prises Lv
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villa. _
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the' .Cincinnati P. -?Lv
No. 30.hn.... Dr.... ...
tail moth Sleeping W BctwMi Jaeka".rat+ Il.a, Yo
most 1X'J. DINING CAR SERVICE ON AahYWe,.H.4 tTyrisn 1La aa4t1.' aai
ALL TRAINS. vtnatti
at miJ

f H. : hand it Limited-Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Tnrougk cIa1 e.ael.. ..... i'edbaa....
E. of Its to Atlanta Chattanooga and Cincianattt AI. r.u... ...... c.
tl. e hairs Springs,CoL.via'Birmingham, Memphis Kanwa City.
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.P.T.II W.H.TAYLOR.G.P.A. BKOOW KOIWAH.&&$ *
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other as hairy the Oak Co. i
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Manufacturers of

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j'i : does ,
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triiI IIf. -- *>u the :
and Naval Stores.
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Into the !
.. i i 9 IJto Lights in any part of the city furnished for Rekit l*
t 31i I .3i air and
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'" Houses at reasonable rate. Electrk rower-.
_ .. crystal } a very
S lid a. 8..
M .* plain and the night current-for manufacturing purposes.

til i iii.i N,3:t, of all and retail Ice-out of City orders have special it..

"" I 3i of filthy and all orders promptly filled.
fi"("1 let ._ ___ ..1 ...IM

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II ttM fis;'\l a radical Railroad Company.

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she called I
PasiFrt.and Pass PassengerN0.1L fl1 ..
and the STATIONS. .
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room." Sun. Daily ex.Sun- Sunday- Only ,_ __ D14p.s" .... .
are the M. P.M. P.ll. A 1M. -t, 3t. 4 I-
clubs and Leave 4.30 I Leave 5.10 I DowbniJwnctum Paris Amy.
at 4.40 5.22 Kayo t 1i
4.53 5.3Clark' t.n AI 1
shuffle the
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change :5.30: 5.W L lta.1.$ .
Queries. Ar 5.40 Ar 6.02_ ,...._ .Lv t. iq ..
stop. Connection made at Dowhn. park tin all Uabtt t* aa4 tttm'-4Ia1). et1M 81.4r
Information u to connections with other Uiw., '*|..... M Mil G.rn.wi Pa.u...* A*.**
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London Hit crrash Society 'Of Psychical Research -
when other nanism endeavored to for what scientific data there were A...... Tfcal ...*!!.*. feJThe
secure it they learned that Mr. Camp- obtainable on the subject. He was BO hydrarl yell U I a31 ,
bell was the ov.-ner. much interested by. the reports he received Africa and taken all srwsrf.
For Miss Ever fiiuctr that time he has been that when he went abroad curiosity the rrplite lifl* >r ft
holding it in three years ago he visited the various regulation k4
abeyance for Miss Cros- uakr. b* faM be 1
E man and it has now been decided thatshe' t French and English psychologists, not mouth but bas a full let rf S
} 1 x Crosman will open her season In it. with any purpose of writing a play, |Iin his itooach. Tb.. d.'atd
but with the
hope of
satisfying bis
Heretofore Miss \ grow from the realty of Crosman
has not own thirst for information and
per They through tb. waia
pass
appeared ia! a Lou-_oa haps I
success and she eventually publishing a pamphlet I I stomach, auj are tars
is to be congratulated on the subject A certain
on securing this occurrence j I enamel Ilydrrct b the '
: Her Coming Appearance highly praised comedy with such a in American polities'not long ago su=- locker, sad tbt tomb i*
London gested to Mr, Thomas how close his .
record. The
play Is describedas appear to tNt.h....a -1
studies had
In l-of-a-Sud- modern with the stsr part an Irish been'to'actual life, and a breaking th* thrli of tbf
year and a half ago he decided
girl tn-I runtime the rUk ..f k* '.
stead of
den Peggy Ida .Aernon, who has been with T"t studies and putting the results of co&trnts. WW+ tfee rff _
observations
Henrietta Crosmau for several Into a pamphlet I ,
stomach
seasons slid tiNt < sit
to make itn
them
the
will be seen with her again in "All-of- underlying that yam, Ii&Nina.
It
; basis: of his next c",1q H
Countess Olga von HatzfeldtTours a-Sudden Peggy." '' f t L For a year and play half be I watt e.....rt t4braltevth.
Miss Crosman v t1r a, 4 bas worked
Is
now at her summer maabrd sgalgat tk. r.+.
at this 4
Again In "The home play. Of the plot Mr. Thomas
at Lake Sunapee, X. II., resting says that be is at M1
present under
up for the coming season. \ con -
: Little Duchess tract to say nothing but be eipUlas I Mai. lsirri' .
Countess tel. ':. .% that "The Witching Hour Is that At aitWhy eaa........ ,.r "..
Olga von Hatzteldt, whose time of the day. or. rather, of the rbUllr ii tw ,..a ttla M*.
(from Our New York Dramatic Correspondent. : '.rrlng sea HOD last year ia the New morning, when the clock ..
.] York Casino strikesROBERT 2. q.tlonc lm t.
ff"if success "ThV Little BUTLER. ilk ... ...
Henrietta Croamau will btrleUon y gritamotbf.
open Duchess proved a winning venture COt:TESS OtGAOS HATZI'ET.DT. .. .
in the big London {+ri its t"-"
success "Alk 1wail be seen again in the same musical : "My new play will be called 't Xataral history. your Tt* 5...'qt of-a-Sudden Peggy which ran most comedy this season. ,*" .
Witching Hour saysAugustus "Mamma what
are twinsT fttkrd I writtpa uvxHf .. urWhy.
aU of last season at the Duke of Yort' Milton and Sargent Aborn. bar managers Thomas "and aside from a strong little Bobby. I&J..d r car filii
theater. have made arrangements with !i' story in which there is more or less: "Oh. I know" chimed la Dorothy CtrtotUa Life.
There was much competition for the two well tnowu collaborators tj writea Iof a melodramatic interest it will with all the superiority of aa elder
American rights to this play which new musical comedy fur her exploitation have an undercurrent that will touch sister. 'Twins Is two babies just th -- .
lu which she will be starred on things that pertain to the mystic same age three la triplets, .. ...
was done 6t London by Charles Fro h- four la quad f next season. world and recent investigations along rupeds, and five Is t@DttP&a--l1a A certaiq .iut,...... .
turns
flan but Maurice Campbell onto t *-
Countess von Hatzfellt though oue the line of telepathy and thought per's Weekly. 'D Ida trIi4s. .. ....
be the owner of the American of the youngest, is 0::, cf the mo't transference." Q .. M ..
TOU&Ctkn runs trMh I.. ..
rights by reason of an agreementmade promising iuuscal t-omedy stars b> Four or five years ago Mr. Thomas .
..
Liberty an&W
without edence! M W- +
with Ernest; Denny long before fore the public and her admirers prediet became interested sufficiently In certain aloe and obedience without U coat who l"tt i.. ewer ft e.ta .
"AUof-a-Sndden IVzjy" was first put a great ftitur? far b?r. psychical phenomena. to_ask the I IUPl'-WiiJiam Peno liberty U I'butotra,'4 taM asi Mss
I for tbflll.Your !
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