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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 5, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ANTS- fOOCATIONAl DAY GEORGIA DEMOCRATIC FORM. PLAT-I'I ENDORSE W. J. BRYAN FILE RINGING PROTEST. WAS tOORRl.Y'-t '


Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company 8 '

Prominent and Sweeping Changes In Inability to Supply Cars.

Declarations of State ConventionIn

i Superintendent Holloway Session Yesterday. Georgia State Convention Solid Jacksonville Fla., Sept 5. Those Accident Near Peracc4 C*uses *

who forward lumber: from this
port

Intcmted In State Fair Macon Ga., ,Sept. 4.-William J. for the Great Commoner today filed a ringing protest against Death of Qus. Margin _____

Bryan for President iu 1908. the recent action of the Seaboard Air

Negro disfranchisement. LlneRailway In. declaring charge of


w mam VAlUf Two-cent Condemning passenger alleged fares.unjust port' IIOKE( SMITH' IS NOMINATED ,,age.25 cents This per protest thousand was feet directed for wharf to 'ACCIDENT AT TK TH t 5


rates and for a general leveling of .' the City Council and the Board of I.

Inter-state rates. Trade and in it the lumber'dealers

sitertlaas Are Carried Outn- South Carolina'plan as to the elec- The" Great Convention at Macon Was threaten to move their business away A Pipe Burst While lie WM Matte =

..!.*. II the State Fair Will be tion of United States senators State Harmonious Gathering of Leading from this city unless something is I ins Near and the iBJirit Bmktd

House officers and Judges of Supremeand done. Already the firm of Bliss &
(Uirttlr Inm** 4 State Democrats May Prove Fatal
and
Appelate courts providingthat VanAuken has withdrawn from this

the state bear the expenses of port on account of excessive freight

the primary.For charges the inability of the SeaboardAir

(Tampa Tribune.) pure elections and safeguardof Macon Sept. 4. The unanimous Line to supply cars and the lack Pensacola Sept 4.-With Vli **4

ttt r4p4iiBtendent cf Public In the ballot. nomination of Hoke Smith for governor of terminal facilities. flesh falling from him, Chart 3i.f -

not NY M 1I010'1t;' wto U In ::: of Georgia and the;endorsement gan a young man employed at tfct
A uniform date for state and coun The Seaboard Air Line it is alleged,
tit, wliu til son, L V- 1io11"stre.g.t ty primaries.The of William J. BrYan- for -president in has not adequate terminal facilitieshere Pensacola Tar and Turpentine Warn

r endorsed tho Suto 1908 was the principal"business tran- was brought to the city this 1IOftd..
,
enactment of an anti-free pass has not been showing a disposi- -
|r U tftt.\tUlAtJOD wi'a; a Tribune sacted today by the Democratic state tion to improve factuties'and has and placed In the hospital, in8 fts5 -

,Soto Hot.-l last even- law.The convention. The'names of other from scalds
..tr.\ I" enactment of an anti-lobbylng been exacting with those who handle caused by th. sapk sin
his belief :n the Pair candidates for governor were hot of
4*uuraf a coil of pipe containing ctostte
law with .
severe penalties.A lumber at this port., The main
tlM tr'.rl'Cf nt results sure to ,e- placed before the convention. The potash. The accident occurred eriy
requirement that railroads. operating issue presented in the protest fol-
from ill holding. under foreign" charters be do- platform adopted contains many radical lows: this morning at the plant about Iff

raf IUA"ir spoke tnt i rosiliij, recommendations and substitutes miles east of the city. The tariffs
mesticated or secure a license from "Jacksonville. Fla., Sept. 3, 1966.
e( tit F..r from a viewpoint of the state. the majority vote in primaries, ,for "Mr. W. H. Baker President City potash is used In the dUolatlo of

"ratio*. lie declared he Las I '.en nomination in congressional and gub- the wood In the production of tar -
Against the issue of watered stock Council Jacksonville, Fla.
tbe State within tb, pa few ernatorial contests. The state railroad -
ovtr bY. railroad_ ____ __ coroorations.- ___n___ "Dear Sir; We the undersigned and turpentine and passes throngfe
etas and had everywhere found commission is severely criticized a number of coils and pipe to a beat
For reasonable railroad rates and lumber men' of the city of Jacksonville -
'h' exceedingly great in the Fair while two-cent railroad fares, state ed state. Young Morgan staftdi .
the immediate repeal of the prefer- Fla., beg to call your attentionto wu
Irk) U to be held here November. railroad control, lower freight rates, i.lug in front of one of these coils when
ential rates above the standard tariff. the following statement, and we
If, llolloway very much enthus- negro disfranchisement and increaseIn
Defining it burst and the boiling potash was
the duties of the Railroad ask your assistance to 'remedy this
over tbe aid given education the size of the state senate are I sent all over his face and body,'tart
Commissioners and abolishing the requirement condition which will work a hard-
lib the exhibit shown in a demanded.
ing out the
that each right eye. canalng the
commissionershall ship on the lumber shippers of this
rial building on the Fair groundsLeer clothing to from the
drop
be skilled in some particularline port and loss of business to the city. body tad
In which several counties THE'SHIRT.WAIST, FOR MEN' the skin and flesh to peel Off .hft _
of business. On, Aug. 13, the Seaboard Air Line *
!he State were most creditably rep- I touched.
ever Fully two-thirds of
Increasing the State Senate and Railway gave notice of a charge in
ated. It is days like these that make a the body was reached by the polish,
creating each county, with 20.000 wharfage and storage charges. effect-
U rear Inasmuch as the Fair fellow wish the shirtwaist had beena and it is not thought that h. eaa 'Ir-
population or more a senatorial district ive Sept 1 ,on lumber :which makes
be much greater, he believes success, and Incidentally to wonderat vive the injuries. He reached tae
and redistricting smaller coun- competitive business prohibitive.
lie educational exhibit should its failure corresponding as it city within thirty minutes after tU
ties. Heretofore a charge of 25 cents per
[ft feature much augmented overt does to the same part of female at accident and was given Immediate
Against a protective tariff and urging thousand feet, which charge Is In
of last year. He believes ,that tire and to which no one,was ever treatment but there U little hope _
the Democratic party to make effect in Brunswick and Savannah,
ke proper work be done more heard to take ex ptlon. entertained of his recovery Tkf
this an issue before the people. carried with it an average storageof '
ties will display educational Shortly ,after the shirtwaist din- cause of the explosion of the pipes
Against monopolies and,trusts. thirty days or a time running from
tar work and that much more inwill ner was given at the Waldorf la New is stated as being due to the eaasti
ten to sixty days on the whole order.
to taken In it York by a party of theatrical_ people, potash becoming overheated.
BRYAN IN CHICAGO. Under the new ruling of the SeaboardAir
dlscttsslfic the Fair from antsstl certain college professors, (bless their
Line Railway the charge will be
catlonal point Superintendent I I much laundered muslin ties) raised BOTH 5IE.V KILLED
]Delivers Two Speeches While GuestS 25 cents per thousand for seventy-
law/ gave the further enlighten- the cry that such apparel is effeminate. -
of Local Democracy. f two hours, 70 cents for the succeed- Vendetta Causes Fatal Shoot In2 M
it of the people of the State as one Why please? Surely the fear -
Chicago Sept. 5. William J. ing thirty days or fraction thereof Streets of Tampa
fee logical reasons why the exhibit of adverse comment when a fellowis
Bryan, as the guest of the local Democracy and 75 cents per thousand for each Tampa, Fla., Sept. 4.-A vendetta
&ls department should be greater. broiling beneath the weight of an
I II delivered yesterday within succeeding thirty days or fraction transported from Italy to Tampa resulted -
I people, In his opinion will take unneeded coat savors more of effem-
,eight hours two addresses. His first thereof. I in a street duel Sunday Bight
pride and lavish more atten- inacy than the daring, which demandsits
r speech, which was made at a lunch- "This makes a total of $1.45 per and death of both duelists Salvatore -
poa this department than they ego shall roost amid congenial
eon of the Iroquis Club dealt with thousand over previous charges Cosencia a resident of Tampa,
[ tart year He believes that the surroundings. Was it not Richard
political issues and economic ques- which we declare to be unjust and for! several years and an u&knowa
will also be totter intrinsically. Harding Davis who complained that
tions. The second, made at a ban- : prohibitive, giving as our reason the Italian, just arrived, met on Math
[at reason for this opinion he the shirtwaist does not constitute a
quet given in. his honor by the Jef- following, viz: The Clyde Steam- avenue Seventh street last night and
la the fact that every Principal i costume yet were that gentleman to
ferson Club was devoted to National ship Company will not move lumberas exchanged shots, resulting la both
my.Senior High School in Flor- I. ask the queen of the Basutoes to
Committeeman Roger C. Sullivan, of .I fast as delivered to them and this men falling dead in their tracks within -
SU now required to hold a State kindly state what does, I fancy she
Illinois whose resignation Mr. Bryan necessitates it staying on the dock. five feet of each other.
katt. This in Itself demands would waltz her avoirdupois behinda I
has demanded but who, despite this, The railroads do not furnish cars The unknown man had Just arrived
fiber efficiency from principals. yearling palm, and with an open
I was endorsed by the recent state convention to the mills regularly, so that the here from Italy and no one knew him.
< work smile-answer--custom.
....-. which also declared itself in mills can make shipments of the or- Nothing is known of the trouble be-
[ After all, it rests with the fair sex
favor of Mr. Bryan as the next Demo- ders in the time agreed. These two yond the belief of Cosenlda's friends
btltlaed.Is to say whether the style shall ever be
a cratic nominee for president. Mr. transportation agencies under these that the tragedy was the result of 1
year the Superintendent de- accepted, and, girls, you cannot win
Bryan not only scored Sullivan and adverse conditions to the shipper, trouble between the two men before ;
ff ins witnessed much monuments in a nobler cause.
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a greater make it for him a
his political methods unmercifully impossible to enter they left Italy.ANOTHER .
* .. [dance la students upon the Unity We hear many different versionsof 1
but informed the Democrats present into competitive business from then -
tot* | of Florida while the attendof the way to win a woman-one ma
..... many of whom were delegates to the port and pay an additional chargeapproximating SCHOONER HK1ZEU..
girls and young women at with whom marriage had become a
...... recent state convention, that he would $1.45 per thousand
l&tt Female College has almost habit claimed it is always a mans Case Reported to State Department
have none of the approval of the more than other ports which ship to
led. In all counties the Fair is festation of force in some shape or For Action.
I Democrats of Illinois and that he repudiated the markets.
,talked. other that wins and the ability to Pensacola Sept. Telegrams
vlt their recent endorsement ol The protest is signed by the followIng
.* ndoi-Bes the suggestion that a take the initiative is surely not the: and cables received here today
. him. firms of their representatives:

.... |.1 "Educational Day "be eetthe least of these.Principle Dexter Hunter Joe King Jr., Company brought the news of the seizure by

flit CariDI that is higher than personality, the Mexican authorities of American
* Fair and on L I
SPONGE SALES AT TARPON.Over Ocala Pine Company, by S. D.

, M* jr labor should be expended in and an adverse comment here and I Ravenel.,_ __ secretary_ Standard__ __n_ Cvnres_. __ I schooner Aloha, owned by the Red
.w ll the of all teach- there will soon be snowed under II -no. Snapper Company of Galveston. up-
presence Fourteen Thousand Dollars Company by Arthur Meigs, presidentEast -
is *' ad Btudtnts. the teachers to at- a few young Napoleons will insist on on the charge of poaching. The la-
.. Paid for Sponges in One Week. I Coast Lumber Company by F.
" [vttBOal pecuniary loss to them- the; sensible, comfortable, picturesque W. Jacksonville formation was forwarded here for
Buck agent; Lum-
.. I. the guise of an omission Tarpon Springs, Sept. 5-For the shirtwaist. JOHN SPARKS, the reason that Capt. Warren of the
ber
Company by F. W. Bucky; Chas.
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rtnlar salary for the day. He week, ending September 1st, the With C. W. Park's Dramatic Co. fishing firm of Warren L Co.. badbeen
0 f... S. Hirsch & Co., by W. E. Gulett,
tI that the presence of the Sponge Exchange recently established agent; Eppinger & Russell Company chosen by the Gulf fishing com

it$ at the Fair on Educational here report sales amounting to BRYAN MADE A FORTUNE. panics who have been repeatedly
by G. D. Gay, agent; E. G. Phinney;
.s4 more-than compensate for I $14.365, the heaviest buyers being arrested by the Mexican authorities
Cooney Eckstein & Co., by J. R.
> el taeir I Myers, ,Decker and Beckett to represent them and to
fI' services in the school Earned $1,000 a Week While on His Page, agent; Ensign Lumber Company employ

L He believes that such a day The receipts from sales of sponges Tonr Around the World. by J. W. Hyde, manager; Dozier counsel and take whatever stet may

1 hen will be greater for the'remainder of be necessary. lie has notified
:riP much for the further en- Lumber Company by W. B. Dozier, tM
,. S 4 it of the entire mass of the season, the average sales per William Jennings Bryan, who sail secretary and treasurer Southern state department of the sdinre

. tUens. week probably averaging from $20,- ed from Gibraltar for New York, has ; which is about the fourth .
...1G To the Tribune man Pine Company, by William M Mason veM 4 to
f1 A tit 000 to 22000. been away from America eleven ; be seized on the claims and
. tattrestingly on the settings bens SMA
Granger & Lewis, by G. H.
May
;
t* Nits months, and during that time he has a strong protest to
the
a day and is willing to Robert R Sizer & Co. United 84..
"*ry way that he can. for St. Petersburg where he will con- made $1,000 a week by writing articles by Samuel A. governments for allowing Mteo to
Sizer vice-president G. S.
ftnatr I duct a, State examination of seven on'his travels for a syndicate of ; Baxter & seize vessels at will and
suggests that the Co., by W. Frazier Jones Bliss & calla for p*.-
County Commissioners of teachers. He will conduct the exam- American papers. He will earn ap- VanAnken, by F. E. I tection from the deparin... TM.

.. **.atles be requested to ination at St. Petersburg rather than proximately $50,000 by his articles Weymer. master of the Aloha has table tint
.
I [*|s9prlaUons for the expense at Tallahassee in order that the and they will be reproduced in book WOODMEN ATTENTION. his vessel was seized by a tra&swH

l }** Wh whlbtts. He Is con- candidates may save $50 expense form later, which will net Bryan at: A special meeting of the Camp while she was anchored off A..t..

.. tbc whra Impressed by the money each which they would ol least $25,000 more. It is estimated will be held in the Masonic hall to- reef and taken to Vera Crus. M*

M necessity have to pay should they that Mr. Bryan's of travelingwith night at 7:45 o'clock. The
ed N IJ the >te&nd. all the Boards1ft4 expense purposeof was not fishing within the tfcrM. >>

;.eT s iit1d4 a helping hand toMot".ar. make the ,trip to Tallahassee' and his wife, son and daughter have the meeting will be to arrange for limit tut had dropped awhr eta account .

stay several days. been $200 a week, or about $10,000 the burial of our deceased Sovereign of being carried by tM torrent .

He has conducted a number ol I for the time he has been away. His Walter K, Collins. A full attendance and strong tide towards '** 1.

accompanied by hit s these examinations at various points I earnings for the year therefore, net of the Camp is urgently r e- rocks and If this had not boca dose

:= ktte at 1JO p. m. today in Florida within the past few,weeks him 65000. quested. A. E. LESLIE C. C. she would have been wrecked. r


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Ftilf. world Just now,too. I

: Willie West
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.. sport of France since Dreyfus was ex- !
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.. ft",'c',,. onerated. It wouldn't be such a bad 7 Million Tom Keene Cis|

tW..... He Tells a ,True flail Yarn game, either, if the contestants would --- ?
f That Would Make An take the buttons off their foils. V I sold last year in the United;

1WUf h ,: anias Blush. A pretty ;young-woman autoist ran States. The best 5c. Havana on! t tr tf r

; Into a hotel porte cochere in Chicagoand tf f
J ""1.. : in speaking of the O'Day fine President ruined her automobile. Congress the market. Five year old Tobte-j f f
t.; Pulliam of the National league should pass a bill right away abolish f
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said: "O'Da11s the hIghest priced umpire ing porte cocheres. | co A Good, Cool, Pleasantj -- -
b America. However,' his contract !
; : call for fines when he does not STARVING TO DEATH. i Smoke. fl ff

do hU duty and aa I thought he had Because her stomach was so weak- f

neglected bis duty I saw fit to fine ened by useless drugging that she Try one today.Suwannee smt-
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him. That Is all there Is to It.
resigned Pulllam could not eat :Mrs. :Mary H. Walters, .
TIleD when O'Day ) i
retracted his words aJd withdrew the of St. Clair St, Columbus 0., was

i fine, O'Day continuing to work. With literally starving, to death. She wh411s
t pair of deuces in his hand O'Day writes:. "My stomach was so weak Drug Company.! :
tluSed rulllum's four ae& and got from useless drugs that I could not

way with It President Pulliam's eat and my nerves so wrecked thatI "\ *
nerve and determination inspire me to
could not sleep; and not before I
-f descend to poetry for a moment: *i
to die was I Induced to
given
was up
shan't
I win. sad I won't and I
I would If I could, but 1 can't try Electric Bitters; with the wonderful f' Why4f4

j No.. yet..co. nit.. not..yes. of. course.. result that improvement beganat .. 1 ,
:\ IU lacks only wisdom and force. once, and a complete cure followed ----
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; ..' :' Best health. Tonic on earth.. # <
Constance S. Titus of New Orleans i 50c. Guaranteed by Barclay & C. E. HUMPHREYS -
; tad New York former champion' ,
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. Groover druggists. j
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";- American oarsman, recently regained
fell lost title at the Worcester (Mass.) CONTRACTOR BUILDER.Plans
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t r meet Report has It that Titns stopped A.D'tDreeGlrnb.d Opportunity."I .
talking for a year and thus got back tell "
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you, Mrs. Juniper Mrs. PItT!
hia strength. Samson's strength was bard was saying to her caller, "we and Specifications Furnished on Application.Will I
to bis hair; Titus' one weakness was often fall In trying to be helpful to _

; ta the strength of-his voCal organs.A needy people because we will not put assume full charge of buildings turn it over to
ourselves IN their places and try to seething

wu wen born"known and bred New in York New politician England. from their point of view. We owner complete in every respect, before a cent of money
consult our own pleasure and our own .
lit borrowed money from his near convenience even In our charitable is paid me.
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relatives when to enable him :
a youth
work. Self sacrifice is nobler than
E;. to fo to New York city and study law. giving. If we were more considerate i1N1ww
After being admitted to the bar he of- OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTY WORKS
wed bis legal knowledge to put himself '
Here Mrs.
Hubbard was Interruptedby
through bankruptcy and thus was PHONE 188. LIVE OAK FLORIDA. ,
the maid, who came to tell her thata -
able to escape payment of the money
woman at the kitchen door wishedto
obtained from hIs relations. .J.'
speak with her. She excused herself '
Whit a great pugilistic that .
manager
and went out. but returned a few
man would make. moments later. EourIoi

"It's a woman with a four-year-old" Good ClothesMay
s Here Is a true baseball yarn one for "
child she said "looking for work. I
which C. Webb Murphy president of .
should be glad to have her help Norah bi. F. >! ,
tho Chicago Nationals, will vouch be-
with the house cleaning, but of course
cause It happened to the team of his
home town. Wilmington 0., we can't have that child running over Qaktol I*
before Murphy bought Chicago.shortly The the house. She ought to know better Not Make the Man But
than to go round with such a-handicap dhwt.
game was between Wilmington and
as .thllt.-Youth's Companion.
New Vienna, and It was played on the
Y "gas well" grounds at New Vienna socalled The wise man or woman is the one They Add Wonderfully to s
because about twenty feet to who relieves little ills of this sort bya
one side of the home plate was a pump little dose of Kodol For Dypsepsia. ft
#Uf
+ drawing water from the gas well that It digests what you eat and puts your His AppearanceYou :
f never produced any gas. stomach back into shape. Sold by "
The game "was close, with.New. City Pharmacy. $44.75 At '
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Vienna leading up to near the dose \ .

when two Wllmingtons made* hits. want i the Best. We have hem-Suits( that will f-'Q91t! h-.. > _
Harre West, the only straight armed ReducedPrices .. .


Fit and will Wear. A large, carefully selected $37&1 .tt.7 _. -4...".


k On all Millinery Goods, stock of Gents', Furnishings. The goods are right $$ .n aa ,!,...!i- ,.,

r and from now on you

I can purchase goods very too. Yon should call and see them without delay. $61.75 ''


much below their former
Samples for tailor made suits are SiltS *
prices. We enjoyeda now on display at our store. We take I
your measure for tailor made suits.

very fine trade this S2W -

season, but stock is still kl
i $51.11 rr
replete with seasonable BUTLER BROTHERS

o goods in prevailing ,

vj 1'' styles, which we will sell MEN'S OUTFITTERS
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very low; to close out. LIVE OAK
FLORIDA. .

h Call and see for yourself.
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SMOKE : Anita Fernandez Cigars. ii,,. ISIIaf
Mrs. E. N. Lawler. I $1S.41 .
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L !I ICOP7R CHEW : Honest Money Tobacco. $28'1 ,


DRINK : J. 9. Coffee.
XI IT51PED TIm BILL OUT 0V THE WELL
AID SHUT OFF WEST At TIm PLATE. -
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Ant baseman that ever lived was atMcond EAT: Armour & Co. Packing House # :;

when Reese, pitching for New

hit Vienna the shoe made of a Stan wild Arthur pitch. The bounded ball Products---they are the best. .95 S:;

crooked romp id into the spout of the :
gas well and disappeared.
Arthur, who afterward starred with _
Toledo rushed over and gave one of Leave Your Orders With
Us
the Lest exhibitions of quick thinking liNM ..MA "It1t
errr seen. Seizing the
h* pumped as bard as he pump could handle., and, for .,. ... ..
Prompt Attention.Live !
after about five strokes, pumped the .r *
ball out grabbed It and by a quick ...... tit ,

throw to Ilwe shut off West at the .
plate.'There's. :p= $L5l'
Oak .
many a finished' speaker We are pulling wires all the time Brokerage & Com- II ic 1t l .$*.

who never tnows when to finish says With A single end in view
Colonel John I. Rogers the famous Of proving to you the fact mission S1L 3 ir:

National leayue magnate. II Well, theookmrl That our Groceries will just suit you. Co., ... ....
r Wouldn't be too bard ou him-
elf. We are headquarters for all thatis

usually found iu a first-class, up-to- Wholesale Srocersj STain ..
\\114"11 a man combines business with date store I and Jtay. ... #
grocery and anything ;you
'l uure, business
| usually gets the '
buy from us we guarantee to be fresh 1l1TtIi.
hart rail of It-unleu he U a memberof j
a wi: known t'LulS of "amateur" and of the very best quality. Coun-y I ...... ...

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and fast time Is money. That creamery butter on the market. :..:..a.
K tie wb runs may road-his bank account Call on us or Phone 85.
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"Yea an' gone down.. The- .gun. stop-. ,
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Flynn, "How many of je went out? MM / -
any one got back yet? Do ye know It ,
there be any survivors? Are you two : '
Scooterist waltin here to help the others when
they come laT ,
- Bernard asked the questions sharply,
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::1 SthJ1HiC M. SWEET swiftly, Incisively his gaze flashing up / -
and down the coast as he spoke. A \| : .
i dozen yards down the vague outlines .71
,"" ,.,.. lei. ;rnk1L ..... ,,1 of several figures could be ,
1I:, '# 'lt't.He somewhere above with the
the 110... Irregular pacing
west tote*! w* w. chokxt.dtf aa of persons stopping
T .. ke llil shnh. parU.il- EVERY AFTERNOON
y Ife .. essf It was too th3;'ttMt

. i fit. e.. fJOh sod open
if I Nwi ",r *r. >*cH too rotten for
SK dtftftf Mf. ...w to venture :
.f..i f-4, Rapt let off then
**s to tf. slam; wail of rain!
4u4 i4 1 ret.a by tb* storm and THIS xi .WEED
w tfc. tortM**, I Tf *r| bad L
..... lad troy &bt I1ImrO, tfr
.... attttf B"Q U# frail
matt for the rewtutf .
Wt\, K ram at all. must comeWteeJ I -
\t, o : .

W t'as,tfe** |.tie*rt.f IItth and wtr lUtcning* walking into t;

to. **..**, r"4j at th* least hope RATES .
.., It* thrir tlvra tor 1IOO1.tb1nC they E :
iI I s.t **** ,M..r tag still there. Ei
"" that, ffi+ man had hU scooter i

t tW for attpbibtoas&a.'tat Uuuchlng.craft might but.b* I fIf1I1Ik i 25 .cents per hour for useF

,
I* NM the Ic* ant >!n >h and
.atr to ordinary weather, what
pfetar* wield there I* against the add- I'1 skates. .
dal1a..rs .f atonn and 'tarkneas -
r.t.raos who knew ahoofc their "TWO OF TX GET IK HEBE,". i
t;
fc a4, Ut tkiwfj thtlr scooters to to gaze out to sea. Now ;
Ita with tones oo th* shore Ice and the darkness borne the z '
with Uurp pointed lIb\ the "scooter anxious bits of speculation on I ;i'25'cents for entire after-
taU aeroM tW thwart ready for Into Bernard's face flashed ,
teat ..*. telligence and be whirled J*
"... too.t 'a' struck In the east ahore men. ;
tpkU aa' fuo down kerplunk." said "Do you mean that moon| when parties furnish
aaa at tacth. turning to a coma help" he demanded.
"There's nothin' but de

I for"No helpers man would" was risk the life their own skates. :

'k we, but It's foolish to : 'H
Good Lord man! What are 'L:
for Bernard had swung .
back to the chore Ice with
most vicious thrust and .

b the"Where'd sail the distress NO ADMISSION FEE.

,1j4 P' he with demanded a swift as double he F

cleat and grasped the
'4f push off. "Bunnln out
w.. nothla1 to go by would be i
a white fish In a school
6i- Could ye guess by the
"She struck somewhere PorterProprietors.& Dexter
shore rapids an' if "
to get off they must 'a'
toward the long rocks. ,
be more open there than
don't ye try It, Barney;
"If sure death an' '
an' Norah goin' to be 'f3s&M F Fseveral

r days. Think o' her,,man. .
t "I do" eharply. ": .
JZ first one to say for me
"' ,
was wrecked off

sqciT DVCKUXK CRAPS. SLID tr FROM wouldn't<< I want any I _'''''' .__ .. _-' _-__. ._- __-:.-_ ____-=-____:-_-0'- ____.....
THE ICE.paclon risk his life to save her- :f./ '/88 /" / t! "1\l\I, \ll \1 / 8 R' "
but still keeping hU head benttoward U there was need? '\
the storm for unusual sounds. yonder have somebody -
"It 'em." times back and forth i: encouragingly to the feeble old man ''
down they'a by the any long saved rocks they've somewhere drifted an* "Mebbe there ain't them before he found the object the was supporting did Bernard rec- it 1r" "'''lilliFIll! ll'I!'
search a of crouching ognize his passenger. But he had no
will freeze stiff in this wind 'fore help One of the men as the group
most In arm's reach of the time to make himself known or even
can Into the darkness.
out
get to 'em. My best hope is away
whom he had already passed to speak. A scooter rarely carries
that none was saved. They'd be better "Mebbe there is, came
"I'm goln' to see." without seeing. more than two even in fair weather
0lf."Yes. a good sigbj" agreed the companion Twenty yards from "Two of ye get In here," he and on a night like this there could
; "but we don't know Maybe dropped into open water hoarsely above the roar of the not be an instant's relaxation of vigi
theta some out there now waltin'' for Its way across a broad I lance.
help. Lord" savagely, "It 'twa'n't sure ice and slush, after When finally they slid up on the t
death I'd a sight rather be scooterin' aid of a few vigorous rte beach there were twenty or more men
out into that blackness than standln' pointed scooter pole its waiting, gathered from along the
here thlnkln' of 'em an' doin nothltf.llellor shaped hull rose shore all peering grimly, but without
:* other ice field and sped exception into the darkness. .
A sound r' g c. S i "Here, help these two out quick
queer slipping and grinding ly any checking of Its f
had rushed toward them from the dark- water its shallow bottom I mumbled Bernard through swollen lips. : C
vnr
nest, and now a squat ducklike craft surface like a bird the Then as twenty pairs of eager hands
with sails full spread slid up from the alone keeping it from os obeyed "Look after the girl. It's NO LIGHT SO RARE
to and a man sprang out beside them. the ice the tiny; runners Norah." Nor yet as soft and brilliant as
"Barney Flynn!" cried one of them or, rather, an ice yacht The girl gave a sudden start. She the electric light. :Maybe
amazedlyTere'd you come from?" I favorable circumstances had not recognized him before, but al- you
"The Long Island shore," coolly. "11 swept on at almost ready he had thrown out his pole and grant that, but are dubious as to
thought I Ii swung the scooter round upon the Ice cost. If the least bit interested
ye might be needln me over But going out you are -
here. Didn't I hear a ship's gun i against the wind which : and into the wind. As she sprang toward in electric illumination l
twhllea back?" slow and tempted him him he slipped back into the .
"But how'd get there?" incredulously for the sake of speed. speaking darkness. ask about appliances, fixtures.j.j.
Wd Ignoring the question. "I seen ye crossing an open lie was gone longer this time, and wiring-anything about "every '
at the lower station 'bout dark an' no blast lifted his boat when he returned Ole of the passc n- thing electrical." We are well
one man craft could cross the Great him into the water but l % gers was unconscious. Norah was
Bwtlj bay in this storm." gripped upon the rope t wftl' waiting enveloped in a surfman's pea posted and our information is at
Barney laughed. steel, and, though he ii jacket and rubber coat. They had to your disposal-see us if you maen j
"Bedad, an' I scooted across it after through the water and cut Bernard loose with a hatchet. business
y* left" he said. "I wanted to have yards of ice beyond 4 He did not go to New York at alL ,
Wither look at me house. Norah '11 be finally drew himself The life saving men would not permitit. J. C. LYLE. j
TlvhV Inside the week an' I want righted the scooter .t:;; 5- As soon aa he could get out a delegation -
tvtrything tidied up whiles." but his hand was torn of them went for a priest, and LIVE OAK, FLORIDA.
"Cora mighty! sharply. "Ain't y<> bruised and before he the marriage took place in the station
110 sense o' death man an' you to be other hundred yards THE GIRL, GAVE A .SUDDEN house with everybody dressed in storm
married in a week?" had frozen into an "Women or children first an costumes. Then, the weather being +0+0+0+0+0+0+0+O.0+ + +o+o j
"I wrote Norah everything would be armor. ; I'll come back for the others. fair and the wind good, the whole ;
r d7 an' neat" defensively. "I went In the darkness with I help, for I'm froze to the force escorted them across the bay in Wood :
J*: *s to get me klndlin's cut rn' set the rain in his face, 1t 'There's only four of ua" scooters. J I 1e t

sylcre."**< was no Tomorrow dampness or the to tb.2 uet house d1J"ru to millar Lit the(course rght and point a man.clear Take voice,two"and of I'm the the Pains across the small of the bad 1,

RO down to York an' wait till she rocks were scarcely a They're not so strong. indicate something wrong with thkidneys. A 2 horse wagon load of 1 t
tom"-' then well be married an' go it was an hour "No, you an' one man." De-Witt's Kidney and Bladder 2 18 inch wood for $1.50. 11L
r.l\IClt! to the ('Otta?e. Everythlas Isan' dropped Into the head I "Quick! I'll come back for the Pilla will quickly bring relief. j! l:E
rea4T neat now, the lamps all filled half mile above them. "That's right" commanded week's treatment for 25 cents. Ac t i Furnished ? Notice 1
aa' Short
the on :
stove nn' there'swashed "I
new blacked from the
lIe did not hesitate, group. on the liver too. Sold by City Phar
fJOtat'I for the pot an' a new more value than ahead of the girl, even if '
btm load minded macy. Leave orders at M. L. Burnett Co.
t0 the door. I was boiling: current his strongest an' bravest among i ia
stay overnight an' tidy the yard a dipped at race horse Not until they were
H. WIMBERLY.
** tomorrow but the storm ant what slid out upon the toward the shore with the In answering advertisements, plea* Q & J
i *.gun off to sea brought me near the long rocfca. and he heard the girl's voice mention the Democrat. 6+O4O4



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i ..WHAT BRYAN REALLY SAID.Mr."Bryan's Is, because of the inexorable. operalion y ""''ftat Mil ,. :

t,.iiVE DULY DEMOCRAT .-. frank avowal, In' ,hisMadison 1 of the law of supply and.deman .
f
;? Square speech that in his Hundreds of thousands ,of regular: DOWLING> PAl
:: AFTEBNOOK
*' PUBUSHED EVERY
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{ opinion the utimate_ ownership of the. news paper readers- a large proper
-to EXCEPT SUNDAY. railroads by the. Government would tion of them educated men prominent -

J.
by the roads, has precipitated a circles, who:would.not tolerate social .- .i -

pfiaB im OAK PUBLISHIKG COMPA8Y mighty discussion throughout the relations with the two,'lghters, wanted Mineral Springs Iff tel and C .

, : country. Many Democrats think it a full account of 'that scrap and
HOT AND COLD BATHS UtiWMtifc *.."
'st.1.
compelled to ,.
the
was an unwise and Impolitic declaration newspapers were ,
WATER IN EVERY Re*!. S.WUNtAUJim Il U>M.fftiK --
Entered at the post-office, Live and that Mr. Bryan has seriously supply (t. Man ,is a fighting animal 1 PHONE toht{ +t CTit1t1E. WtU MMMf*tTUS ioc -
'
:; Oak, Florida, as Second Class Mail Impaired his prospects for the and under the' veneer of civiliiationthe .

, ; t; Matter. November 7, 1905. presidency by It. There Is much misapprehension i savage Instinct still lurks and the --
'
: RATES REASONABLE/ : :
r=
:f as to what be really element of science and skill In r nc

.31 's' said on the subject and we give below volved in the contest between two
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be i -
rftRK tlOTfl.f t DOW1JfKj
a stenographic report of his precise : famous boxers appealed with irresistible ADDRESS rftKt flBMUTRJL
Ii. mailed to any part of the United .
-
.,..... .'o.;.. States postage prepaid, for $5.00 words taken from the New York force to the millions in

:, ;,,1 I'o't ; per year; $2.50 for six months; Times, which shows him to be anything America, who admire the manly art. _

j. ? $1.25 for three months, or but the blatant radical on this And really it was newspaper Space WOMEN

.!; 50 ccnta for fire weeks in advance issue he has been charged be. Hedoes put to better purpose than in printing -

i r..t : not seek to commit the Dem o- t the ,dally and bloody record of ANDSTRONG
Delivered to any part of' the city i *
L.f by carrier for 10 cents per, week. : cratlc party to government ownership the murderous and cowardly plstol- MEN i

!; }..1 I and speaks of it, only as a po s- toters and other children of the devil

; :. slbility at some indefinite time in the who keep the ,undertaker and the coon treagth lose when be> kldn.1117 T and Ct..

,. DEMOCRATIC NOMINUS.Fw future. And undoubtedly is, al- coroner' so busy nowadays ease listen ttMU os l&eat '
But do not despair .
thought it is out of the question now ti
f I .<'- Member of Congress. 2nd Congressional DR.McCS'S
< :
District: or even In the near future. Here is I Governor Broward and President .4 -
:
:, t' FRANK CURl, of Columbia. his language: Roosevelt are wide apart in politics BACKACHE AND :
? -- .
KIDNEY CUBE
For Justice of the Supreme Court '"I do not know what the sentiment but they meet on common ground in ,,wfc; ,

}. CHAS. B. PARKHILU of Escambia. oft the people in this country may be; their stern and uncompromising opposition and will L.aca.briDe Ton 1)oa't back e"+tsteaiti to lYe t r

JAMES B.WHTTFIELD of Leon. I do 3 not now whether the people to the doctrine of race su ttioo p&ins in" the uJJ.-UoLt # : .
.
hall COD' t..1&$, Btr
o For Railroad Commissioner have yet reached the point where they ide. This goes with our congratulations TOI1 JU'.'. head.t.c .-ia.Fall 'r _a'

': l' NEWTON A- BUTCH of Levy. are willing to consider Government [ ; to the Governor on the addition iaouvoJIttlomis point to buu../Q 4.S4,twUtop ''

) [ R HUDSON BURR of Dsde ownership! of railroads. I do not of a pretty little baby daughter to .-. this UnrUi aMen4. c y i +
. in Was br trartnz tetu*l 3 ,
For Member House of Representatives: know whether a majority of the his family circle. this a4wtal& rviavUr ... '1 ,
;, W. B. DOB tAN. cur A stir ourelu kfto : tt98 afe
l\.elUllt.ts of the party to which I Lathe ve atatI..u Lumbago aa4 + \ wbottu.
4
W.H.MCCLELLAN.For honor to belong believe in the Spiritual Need. JSnZA" DUa. At your i ,.
d.na&KU&'e-M and $l.uJ
a
s
Tax Assessor: Government ownership of railroadsI I George O'Donnell, the actor tells -? ,

fi. A. D. HEMMING but my theory Is that no man. can the following story of his four-year- --

For Tax collector: call a mass convention to decide what old niece -
; whose.. mother is the wife
..
i. ; J. N.MEEKS. LIVE OAK DRUG con
l'. ce himself shall think. I have of a clergyman says Hay>er's Wee -
Ji .j" i reacted the conclusion that there
, For County Treasurer : ly. .
--- --- --
' ;; t a B. LORD. willbe no permanent relief on the 'One night Edith wasn't feeling -
$200,000 PUBLIC D1PROVK3JOT la ife. &....' .' f!;.
. t rallros question from very well and so was put to bed
, For. Member of School Board: tion between individuals discrimina-I BONDS OF THE CITY OP LIVE la tlM ittetr t' .
and betweenplaces.
rather As
early. her ,mother was
M. A. ADAMS. OAK, FLOUIUA. day ef Se**.. j{:: _
and from
R.M, CARVER. extortionate rates about to leave her she called her .
Sealed proposals will be 0' .. ,.
1 E. R. WISE. until the railroads are the property back. received '''' Nit- t >" -At.

., of the Government i by the undersigned at the office of I the s4 cis.. ",
and "
operated Mamma, I want to see papa.
v For Member, Board County Commiaaionert: by the Government in the in"No the Board of Bond Trustee, la the tlltH'....... esaatlae '"
i' dear her mother replied
; M: 1. BURNETT, terests of the people.I ; City of Live Oak, Florida until the : ... llllIiit ',p"ci.I _
"your father is busy and must not be
.. J.. H.C.GRANT.DAYiaJ. believe-I believe that there is disturbed." \ % 15th day of September, 1901, at Si I atitb sew b*..... .,

W. A. TISON.J.J.DEMPSEY. a i growing belief in all parties thatthis "But, mamma," the child persisted, o'clock p. m. for the purchase of all coati feeeto t4Dtte PYP -

I,b solution be it far or near, is the 'I. want to see him." or any part of $200,000 fire per cut; ..4.

!* ultimate solution. But friends thirty year Public Improvement It.hh-<
my As before, the mother replied "No,
They've caught that scoundrel to me the dangerous centralization your father must not be disurbed." Bonds of the City of Lire OaK, Flof- U4. r'I'

Stensland,, who wrecked the MUwaukee is a danger that cannot be brushed Mamma," declared her daughter Ida.The of 8t ***r A R

r Avenue Bank in Chicago and aside. The' greatest danger of a re- solemnly, .'l am sick woman, and I legality of the bonda will be -

spent the money of the depositors on public is the consolidation of all power want to see my minister." approved by Messrs. Dillon A Hub- SJ.n1W

fast women ;and getrichquickschemes at the capital remote from the people j bard of New York, whose opinion at -\T -.

and it is safe to say that and because I believe that the LADIES READ to the legality or duplicate thereof taTUtUi tt t t.i

there will be no- hung jury when his ownership of all the railroads by the Mrs. Elizabeth Beatty, of Tampa will be delivered to the purchawr. ; .*, ISl -%-.

: little case-gets- ; .into court. id Chicago.; Federal Government. would so cen Fla., the deputy supreme commanderof Printed circulars containing more

I.. traltee power as to virtually obli. of the,Lady Maccabees, is now in our definite and detailed Informationand hem :

The Petersburg Independent isone ate State lines, instead of favoringthe town to organize a hive of.that order. blank forma for bids may be had
of the standards in the ] Federal on application to
the
weekly
ownership of all r ailAlt ladies interested will call at A. Chairman of the .
journalism of this State and roads. I Board of I ntHM J.tt
the favor the Federal ownership D. Hemming or phone 135. Bond Trustees Lift Oak,

1 Democrat is glad to have its good of trunk lines only, and the Florida. or to Measra.. Dillon. Jtfnh.. to.To-'Ut ;l \., .
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r r \ opinion as expressed in the following: State ownership of all the rest of the We take pleasure in noting that bard of New York. T .i r.4D4 '

t' from its last issue; railroads. The Board of Bond Trustees I. _
t Mrs. of
.C. W. Bache is improving from
t'' "The Live Oak Democrat has Some have said that it would be a recent illness. Live Oak Florida.By 'J'Ic..t.. -M1.. + 1ft,

I r changed its form from a four-page impracticable to allow the local line M. L. BURNETT, Chairman Itrlerw =

daily to an eight-page one, with five to be owned by the several States. I Herbert f. ., ,,4'.U. ._
Phillips, Esq., State's At
: columns to the page. The Democrat did not believe the argument weight torney of the Tampa district, and who NOTICE OP SALE. ,:.'\. ..-.......... .M,.

; promises to make further improvements before I went abroad and observations ,..,.. ., ...
my -
was formerly a citizen of Live Oak
i but that is hard to believe t fn other lands have convinced will be married tonight at Jackson, Notice is hereby given thai?. under a4i Ptit c.

as it has so nearly reached the me that the State ownershipof Ala., to Miss Louise Porter. and by virtue of an order Issuing .u.T.. ......... .1M

limit of excellence already local lines is entirely feaslb L'In out of the court of,the County Judge, ........ '.. ..

I Germany almost all the railroads are The Democrat regrets to note the In and for Suwannee county Florida Mt h'";

r We have no prophetic ken bayondthe > owned, not by the empire but by the death of Mr. Walter K. Collins dated the 31st day of August oiti.SMv* ..

rest of the laity, but we don't several States-not even the trunk which occurred at his home near here A. D. 1906, wherein and whereby 161 o. iS-,1 t...... is7.e.

hesitate to predict that the next national lines are owned by the Federal Government this afternoon. Mr. Collins had been the undersigned as administrator of .1'fI ... '

Democratic platform will be and yet they have no difficulty in poor health for some time. He ne; estate of J. A. Adams, late of I$. I. ; 3

without a plank endorsing the government about Inter-State traffic. If will be greatly missed as a citizen of Suwannee county, Florida, deceased, II; plrgw.,.. ui

ownership of railroads and one travels from Constantinople to our county. Sincere was authorized to make sale of 1 et. 'f--a l M.. hi
sympathies 10
we predict with equal confidence that Vienna, he passes through Turkey extended to the bereaved are much of the real estate of said decedent 7Miets ..a ..,.
', Mr. family in
Bryan will stand on that platand; Bulgaria and Servia and ,.,
.
Hungary their grief. as may be necessary to satisfy | .. Ut'
form as the nominee- for president. and a part of Austria, and every the indebtedness of said I,1:i teebo: .
estate
It Is not.necessary that all of a State owns Its own railroads J. : :'
nominee's and Suwannee BakeryViU opened Ine Wetherington, as administrator t6'0,10-111.''"..4. be'TM

private opinions as to they speak different languages on thtime the C. T. McDanlel aore. opposite s of the estate of the said J. A. Adams, I *t a. .... .,,.
governmental expedients different
some divisions, and let you travel the court house. Fre*\ cakes deceased for the purpose of lisMt Or Pestle {
and paying
in the
indefinite
future should vbe incorporated without change of cars and don't bread daUy.-Suwannee akery. the indebtedness of said estate will. .U.TD-II.a.. .'t o......

in the party platform.Watterson know when you cross a line. Norway on Monday the first day of October tt....... 4 Asa a s,
,
heard Bryan's speech and Sweden lie side by side. Eachowns Mrs. Fannie Bowers who has been A. D. 1906 between the legal hours TirfE.+e vat

utterly repudiates his government- the political Its railroads; and yet, although very sick at Jasper for a month or of sale of said day, and at the front Ostetw"' ,f.

ownership-of-railroads doctrine( relations between the more, has sufficiently recovered to be door of the court house in Suwannee N1.00-\\.tll....... ..

but shouts for Bryan as loudly as two mercial nations are strained, their com moved to her home at Day Fla., Her county, Fla., bid off and sell at public Ire t\ ,.....

Ps ever as the next nominee of the party.That's there is Intercourse goes on, and mother and sister and Mrs. McCall out-cry to the highest bidder .,.....i' atU.

the way presidents are'made no Interruption of the Inter- accompanied ter therefor, for cash, the following des .
State traffic.I .
i and battles are won; and it is just cribed land, or so much thereof 'la.o.1-tbrcag e, ,M .

xR that spirit of unquestioning party cause have simply mentioned this Monday we received seven new may be necessary to pay the Indebted as! T.......i. UQ sa .

loyalty, which refuses to split Into trust you cannot well discuss be-I subscribers to the Daily Democrat. ness of the aforesaid estate, to-wir t..r J"'
question
factions over differences of opinionon without discussing Tuesday The W % of "1..1 .
railroad we received five more and the NW tof section ....... '

party doctrine that has enabled the railroad question and while I regard these came without any special solic eight (8). in Township four (j ), ,y s.. .

the Republican party to control this Itself question as it now presents station upon the part of anyone con south of Range fifteen (15) east, cI.,.' "0.' (,, "
ly
Country almost continuously since as a part of the trust nected with this office. The Dally ing and being situate the Bat1Nr.... k''"
the Civil War. Let question and not the paramount i county of
us learn from Democrat's Suwannee and
subscription state
I list is now of Florida. N.w Tutu '
sue, would not In
our enemies.In frankness withhold
nearly eight hundred and J. H.
my view on this subject and if it con 'ETNERINGTO '. daM, is 5- I V
his recent address before the therefore I have tinues to grow for the next month as 0uWr J
said
Georgia Bar Association, William said." what I have It has the past we will pass the In the District Court of the l'.ltnJ )1&8J OIW fa

Travers Jerome, the eminent New / thousand mark. We hope by the Stated for the Southern District For iurtlrrr Ii -

York lawyer who has an excellent The big dailies yesterday first of October, to have between Of Florida. J, 1W.. ,U,,"
morning
prospect for being the next governor contained column after 1,000 and 1,200 regular subscribers l'Ity l'assregre and 1- .

of that State column of to the daily, and nearly, if t1Ut.iJ.Itl. .-
paid this significanttribute costly press Dispatches not quite, In the :Matter of J.UU :
minutely
describing J. E.
2,700
to the press: a fist fight between a to the Weekly Suwannee E. Davis; Partners Davis and W ..,.... 1'a.rluny .PtJPI .

"In many parts of the country, and and a white man out in I negro Democrat. Never before in the history then, Ba as Davis Bro W.$ liiiy '" lath "
a little ,krupt8, In
especially in our great cities a man's Nevada mining for of-the Democrat has there been l To the Creditors Bankruptcy, I......... t 1.1 :
camp a large of
so J. E,
many Davi
ability to command a hearing new subscribers added to and
must
purse of money and the W. E. Davis
title
of ,
the list Partners
largely depend ,upon the newspapers, champion light-weight pugilist. The in the same length of time Brothers of Peacock as Davis Buy your Of*#:"
as have been In
and it is by them that the added within the the Gnu '
greatest darkle pas
won and is ty of
justice and sometimes the greatest on his little now pedestal happily of grinning ten days, for which we thank Our trlct aforesaid.Suwannee, Florida, and Di .! Florida Book s.
glory friends and Bankrupts
Injustice are done. If public opinion where he will strut as champion until -patrons most heartily. Notice Is hereby given That: and win a boxdunces me.

Is the greatest single force in our some other bruiser comes 16th day of on the
along August
and
,public life, surely the newspaper is knocks him off. Many good people A.\"TED-Positlon by a young said Davis Brothers A. D. 1906, the in 1,000 to (

ti i\ incomparably the greatest*factor in wonder why the papers should publish School.man. graduate, Address of "P.Philadelphia" High indicated bankrupts; were and duly the a d one cigar a boi
care of this Gut
.. Its t9rmationand spread. l such stuff, and the easy answer office. meeting o'f their Creditors will vote for most
,.. \ .. I tf held .be fO
_. ) ..:;. "h" at the Court
c 1
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THEY tOIE THEY GO Elizabeth Beatty of Tampa,Ii I I PORTER BRADFORD. -
state organizer
for the Lady Maccais -'
bees, IIi our city to: organize a married Mr. George Edward Porter was VALI'i: ;;.
this afternoon at four --
lodge_ot that o'clock -
Seat You Know, And Some'YDontt social order In popular this city-fraternal and to Miss Mattie Bradford, at.the rest BON ?
dence ot Mr. Charlton D. Blackwell TON.A.
Know.
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Rev. Rev. T. C. Bradford father, of the liTHE :
F.
Pasco
f returned
{ today from bride officiating It
:
Bronson
where he
was called to
conduct The J

Ids of a Daj in Un O&Y C. the funeral services of Rev. W. most popular groom young is one men.of Live and Qak's deservedly beautiful line of GinghtiM

Norton one of the oldest
members
of the Florida Methodist Conference.I'Mr. Porter so for his sterling' qualities. I for Shirt Waist Suits. '
0 c. Eat,.. of Palatka, was her? has been a resident of tE _
Lire Oak since I childhood and \
today J. Dig Motte, who was at one time bers nom
; his friends by his Big
acquaintances.
stenographer for the Dowling Lumber He is leofTWODOL-ONE DOLLARt
H F. Brocket, of Mayo U registr & Naval Stores Company Is In L Live Oak secretary Manufacturing and treasurer of the: ,. .

[ 4 at the Ethel. the city visiting friends. Company
Mr. Motte
one of the largest business >
enterprises

\\' H. Jones r and son, of Mayo, pas- cola.holds a lucrative position in Pensa-t I of this section, and has shown'. Three-cornered George Washing-

sea though the city today. extraordinary: business talent since .:
II
See I entering the business world. He is' v ton Hats for Babies Girls and r:
Helyenston n Brothers about that the son of Cot and ,
Mrs.
roa 1\XT Several four and six accident insurance. George E.i 71 Misses.
They have just Porter of this city. Prices 75c. and $1.00.
this omc .
recta a q, Apply at e what
you are looking for and it costs Miss Bradford is
a most charming \ ;
but $1.00; per thousand per annum. .s.aras #
young lady who
has
J, Oliver Skein one of Suwannee's scores of very t*

i 04 tltl...*. U here chopping today. L. J. Owens, who is a valuable warm her friends father here.Rev.She resided herewith PRICES REDUCED o n Shirt- _
T..C. Bradford v
employe of the Wilson Cypress Company ,
now of Madison If
Gorf. I'BUttAd of the Camp at Palatka is in the city to while he was pastor, several of the years Methodist ago To come and look means a purchase
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..nod Bcifhborhood, U In the city. day. He states that the Wilson -
,
people church in this city, and since that
of have begun active operation on time has spent a of n
C & lr.w, Luraville Is in I their big plant part the timehere
cypress at Alton. with her relatives.
r rt/) today transacting business. The groomis
to be congratulated In winning her Mrs. C. W. Bache.
Miss Ida May Adams of Shellman, for his bride. ;
POttr seta at Miss }I. V. E I- Ga., has accepted .
a position in the I I 'Only a few of the immediate
tds ua 10 feats Jard.n. mem-
per "
dry goods depa=tment'of the Worthbei. of the families of the bride and 11. ", 7r\"'
Stephens .
Company In this city. MIss'Adams groom were
) ... a... U, Hall and DorU Bro w- present at the ceremony. ,
cones highly
recommendedas No cards were issued. -- "- -. <.
art guests of the Ethel fro m being one of the best '
business
w oThe happy
j couple leave this site
iltai Park men In North Georgia. I[noon over the Seaboard Air Li rne _

"' ,-. Railroad for Jacksonville, -
tttu AU Lucas left this mor from -
aGood for the cough removes the where they will start for Atlanta _
far Jttk oBvlll. where she will d
cold, the cause of the cough. That's Chickamauga Park, Chattanooga and !
f lit f.UUM.iVat. the work of
Kennedy's LaxativeH'oner Lookout Mountain. They will return -

: \ and Tar-the original lax i-: to Live Oak about the 20th of
keabt, tat City Reitanrant4M tine cough .
Ahltt syrup. Contains no 0 September, after which they will be
sly restaurant in th*
ates. Sold by City Pharmacy. at home to their friends in the cottage -

% now occupied by D. 0. Henry. .
Rev. T, C. Bradford and Mrs. T. The Democrat' joins with the hosts ForDyspepsia
4 C FMtfctr' and family left
ye* C, Bradford
are here today from of friends in wishing them "bonvoyage"
,rto foe a UU of a few days to re- Madison to
attend
the marriage of on their honeymoon, and
the M O'Drlcn.
their daughter. Miss Mattie. to Mr. that their lives may be filled with

&. ... Rau's '. a prominent citizen George E. Porter. i tae brightest realizations of / their _

lisle U the tMtori in fondest dreams. Gives rest to the stomach. For indigestion !
among the dyspepsia
hut
Mrs. J. F. Harrell and little daughter .. .r
tired
stomach weak
stomach
,windy
sty today stomach
puffed ttonuch
left this afternoon for BtrrtfjS
a tiweeks' vo MOXEY STOLEN. stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A
J prompt relief.
visit at Suwannee Springs I t Monday Claude Brooks, of the Su-!
T Q weCo,. a progressive young where PrtMrwt .t tk. Lit- DIIMea
.l Perry, U lere visiting re la- they will occupy one of the wannee Bottling Works, was out collecting .r.wr7o<>.gj. >.WlU Afadrae :== f u.w bs
I.... cottages. ;' and was successful in gettingtogether *C.CUf ,via. a li** *MDY ':?] -

a nice little "roll" but

F, W. KIrkland, division freight; happened to let it be seen by a man --
(Kift/wjr tV dollar Kholar>hlp plan agent, and J, T. Preston, traveling whom he was temporarily rooming HIS OWX WEAPON | -
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loves Uutor 7th. BARDIN
Southern Bu lfcoV &
freight agent of the Atlantic Coast with at his boarding house. As a

ua toTes Line, with headquarters at Jacksonville result< Claude awoke next morning Marshal Kean Was Possibly Fatally

are prominent railroad officials minus a room mate and about fifty Wounded. EDWARDS =

rnota r oo East Howardfor In the city today. | dollars of his money. The guilty Ocala, Fla., Sept.H.. G. Kean, .

f II hat ply to Dr. Will ,II party, one Roby Clayton who had city marshal of Dunnellon, was hit I
lttsa 38
in 5
It We carry a large stock of fine been here a short time, 'was raced to by a ball from his own pistol, which acres South

visiting cards, and print them neatlyin Madison but the authorities there fell from his pocket while making an I East Live

Mr H.| Bradford a young b uaf. any style desired at the Democrat had already nabbed him for crimes arrest, yesterday, and seriously, if Oak-ly

*tt bas ef Jukwnvllle. 1, here toN office. : committed in that county and had not fatally wounded. He was ing East of Ohio
:.... Bradford-lori .
r nuptials.CM. brought to the
WW>1MM M i given him a sentence of three monthsfor Ocala hospital this

Marvin Evans began clerking In the "gang." Suwannee county has morning and all. possible b being Avenue.

Ftlfck iWFerro, a prominent 1Uz lIe & Bourland yesterday. The a warrant out for his arrest, but itLive done for him. He is a young and
'....,> of UU City and his This is
daughwt past two years he has spent at seems that our sheriff will have to popular officer and the concern at his a desirable
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visitors In our city )esterf Oak. Like all loyal Tampa boys however wait until Madison has had her go accident is great in Ocala as well a; tract for

., he would not resist the tempta- before the prisoner can be dealt with at Dunnellon. subdivision -
I -- lion to return home.-Tampa Tri1[ .
R H to,kr, "I% C-eler, has bune. Some new views of Suwannee to the City of

I *t4 Ik |>taet of loess from the I I LADY MACCABEES.Mrs. River, the best ;)jet are among the Live Oak. Within
\\taft4
pool Sttuinr 'omllU' store Col. C. A. Hardee mammoth collection of
returned from J. R. M. Beatty Deputy Su- post cards on
! 11 t Ittttt jr/ea ot&Y In front t of Madison Monday afternoon, accompanied I preme Commander of the Lady Macjcabees sale at the City Pharmacy.PROFESSIONAL five minutes walkof

L Nftttt A Co. 46tK by his family, who have been ;, for the State of Florida left Court

-- at Madison visiting relatives since on the 6:20 Atlantic Coast Line train House.
.
f IMtcBitoa mach a filing trip their return from Colorado a few : \yesterday morning for Live Oak CARDS. Lots
150
s Ii. City oa business thus morn- weeks since. Until their dwelling onI'where she goes to organize another ... yards
ii -
fj. rttiralaf at noon.mm Ohio avenue is completed they will 1 hive of the order. Mrs. Beatty is L. ROBEBSON. A.B.SMALL. from this
OBERSON & SMALL reposition -
% stop at Mrs. E. Y. Byrd's.kind I untiring in her efforts toward the suc- ,
WA.VTKl. A iKNrtV-Uf !''cess! Xv
any of this order and is responsiblefor are selling to-
a 'sess bua. A \ss "P." care Educate /
buslnes3 the
by taking present
one progressive conditionof
ATTORNEYS
w. / -: AT -:- LAW.
sEil s. \ U of our /\cholarship3.< Southern tbe Tampa hive, and the* ladies of day at $1,000.

*f Business oUt reo I Tampa wishh her unbounded successIn Will do general practice in State and
tin. I* A. 8. ror Little Fredt4 II the organization of Federal Courts. 3
j a strong hive
Wit, lUarMta McOrifffos air Roy Helton has moved his''in Live Oak.-Tampa Tribune. Room 1 AND 3 [Ur-STAiBs LEWIN Bvu. UlG.

I >to to Uouttoo to seen d the family from our city to his town 'PBONB No.190. >. $6,500

t "Porter," six miles south of here on'. Northern Lights drew a good audi- LIVE OAK. : ; FLORIDA

the Florida Railroad, where he is ence last night to the Park tent. The C.S. BROWN. F.E.THOMSON.

Ertl. Or P 8. Dro n and children successfully conducting a sawmill and play is intensely dramatic at times,. BROWN & THOMASON for

.4'"r ".'hr. lit?. A. J, York, left crosstie business. We are sorry to depending upon genuine- acting rather the 38 acres.

ittenocq far a few days' out- lose air and Mrs. Helton from our than situations to carry it to success,i

$ at t..up Springs. city. and the company proved itself equal PHYSICIANS &_SURGEONS, Real Estate and hvestneifs

> to all demands. Tonight, "Under LIVE
4. OAK : : :
tt Cra...,. of Taylor county, DeWltt's Little Early Risers. Pleasant Two Flags," with its wonderful sandstorm FLORIDA.

'. 4 from Ills father J. C. little pills that do not gripe or scene, with full cast; special M. DIXON: BAISDEN BUILDING.

-WI ak e farm tour milts weat ,sicken. Sold by City Pharmacy.Miss scenery and oriental costumes. Mr. L. ,
&.hot Oak, and till make his homeWitch I, Park's version of this famous play Phone 196.

4G Florence Bache returned home was made by one of the ladies of his DENTIST.

- today from Hawkinsville Ga., where i company.Col. Don't Dave Yonr Cart
W1 e Haiti Salve Is best. she has been visiting for the past OBTODOMTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRUXSB

I'ltt'.. Good for everything four weeks. She WORM : SPECIALTIES.
was accompaniedhome Butler of the law firm of
*** b t4 for. Including piles. by Misses Susie Jones and Annie Hardee & Butler has moved his I 0 Work Butchered .

"eu, Pharmacy.Cartie Hardin, who will be her guests family here from Mayo, and they are !M.E.. BROOME,

--- for a week; after which they will occupying the dwelling recently -, At the Mill! .

Grubb has gone to visit White Springs before returning vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heltonon ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR
4, tito to attend the Board off to Hawkinsville. Van Buren street. The Democraton AT LAW.

'lIa of the Episcopal behalf of the LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA.
good citizens of Live

'bk. f tikk, convenes In that city Quincy McCoy came up yesterday Oak and Suwannee county, extends to WO practice in all the toasts of the State. Spec I rn 1M JirnMr n Mail.

from the tie camp in Taylor county,, them a hearty we\pome. of ial Rents.attention Etc.given All to buuneta Conveyances, Collection
i where he has been ed promptly attend
-U..tl a i'- -cepting poMp making his head to.

.ift uied at once tot quarters for the past two or three Miss Mamie McAleer, of Citru Noun PUBLIC STATE AT LAXCL I Build them

f1 >U *.\Southern Busls weeks, and it is not probable that he county, who was appointed teacherIn under a Guaran-

r.,.. \ will return as he does not have good 1 the primary department of the DR. J. W. WEST, tee. Have Built Hundreds and

P- health in that part of the country. High School in this city, has been
List ifco Physician and am Building more
rprewnti Kin Surgeon.Office every day.
I Quincy is a born railroader with a compelled to resign on account of ill
tea"
_lac afttr,,. his meat| packers, is fine record In the railroad officeshere health., Prof. Wood is doing his best : Carroll Building, Ohio Avenue. For Best Prices, Write
ciutorner air to Residency at Ethel Hotel
secure a good teacher to fill the
o 1 *.* .| the and it is probable that W.
ti cleverest drum he will vacancy caused by Miss McAleer's Phones.-Office. No.163.Rendeaee. ". ADKISON,
'"i coin to our city. return to railroading. resignation. .KOB,23 or 168. ".
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-turnedThe ings, and the materlaf.tiled la: buildings h t ___ \111 1.1 m ...f :; _
was to be constructed thereIn and t Ttk w: Of ...... A It. t _" ,-> _.:
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of the head and ...,rj ..... .
;, Odd the top fixing penalties for the violation oa.u. It _WNrAtt &;: 3.s

Harvey. wthouttum. thereof. : ""U11iLIJIf anl inch wh.rllajr. com I Be it ordained br the City Council s. 1'F KA... ftfehrk.. 1If "" .

a play at second. and the Mayor of the City of Lire .. ,4 .i_ i j If;; "'" -...'" ..
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I : lost .a hard luck game Oak Florida: I, 8* P. Mftjf. CStf C&ffc $I ii" -- -

: lu the old twelve club Section 1.-That the following City of Urt Oak, Fieril*, 4a fc ff: : := '
store was cbse. Phila- described parts and portions of the certify that the abOt* u4 iwtfiitfOrdinace ,

Y ueu on bases and the City of Live Oak, Florida, are No. St WIt tt f !ftfi| $** 't : ;,'

B a s e was. at bat. by established and declared to here-I ed by the City CoootiS ee i&* 1H& .:,.: & 'I!?

a long line drive across it ire Limits of the City of Live day of August, A R !*t* **< t**: t. '

home run. Florida, 'towitiCommencing same if hereby ftfdW to ti* St.f-fii''. -..,.....,.... < "- _-..--
fence a sure 'W"
at the intersection of .
for bU ?.t, "
ppro -
going over, the fence high Conner Street with Suwannee Street, '- .'
Witoeu ay feted ISi !% tfi ft -
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How the Man i suddenly it changed its thence running South along Suwannee said City thit llta din *t Atitit f. .< .

r straight down hit the Street, eighty-five (85) feet, A. D. Ut'

timated the and bounded back into thence' West through the home placeof &. P WAYS 0Hf tIw" i

C. J. McGehee to a point on (Seal) ij

Plays Iras which had given up in Church Street, eighty-five (85) feet Examined and all+tIf'9ft4 W 1M tilt

ast ulshed. The Cleve- south of Conner Street, thence South the llth day of A****, HIt f

er got the ball and by a along Church Street to Wilber Street M, g. R=: }
thence. East .along Wilber .Street. toFine I" %t _:
Mayor till
A CAiago- ut down a runner at the street: tnence sofa: along vine' --- '. --- ........._-- ..........,. :
{- was held! at sec- XUTll'.; cPr JJtt.tUTo : \,
Street to Parshley Street, thence East
Ed man went out and to Ohio
I along* Parshley Street

i iIT. ii Run That I was beaten. Avenue, thence North along Ohio the i+lirrlQ o f IW.a*** .....s
after the game proved Avenue to point on the Eastern

had struck a telephone boundry of Ohio Avenue, directly opposite Of the Mate efDe .1uf-w.I

to a factory just outside the Southern boundry of Wil sit1M ,!
Once upon a time
The people In the left ber Street, thence East through the
tan "bug" lu It Ka' *', TIM I. If, tl..,
I saw it, but the others home place of the estate of N. X.
out that there were :I to account for the queer Parshley to a point opposite a pointon CRAWFORD> 0faif el Wet* e*

bit plays in baseball. i I sphere. Conner Street, twenty (20) feet the Slate of FterMi. 4* lJJ__ .. T. -

was counting only east.of eastern boundry line of the notice that a
bination plays and I property owned by Robbing & Mc
A FELO-V Gehee, thence North to a point on J JJe&t.. r
of the different kinds Haynes Street to a point opposite a will to fc.M hi 8 t''t_-) ....J lE Vs11iMi

grounders, which all t of Phillipsburg, point, twenty (20) feet east of the State of Fbuccwdiax 44a. "11.1. _
proved it \" Eastern boundry line of the property im M. i .
it over with Buck- liI tfce *. ftl .
owned by Robbins & McGehee
made on
the team .
day
i hit list Salve and the Salve will Conner. Street, thence West along ember A. D. flit, tip MH V __ _
Quickest cure for Haynes Street to Haimlton Street day befog the '- --

Erery play every Sores, Scalds Wounds, thence North along Hamilton Streetto KUlh Ifcf ef Xi nitif i ir ;4- -
is different That is
the Salt Rheum, Chapped Duval Street thence West alone or One Ucprr t-lattH/e of 114s ill Tn" ]
national
game, Duval Street, to a point one hundred
l rtf*g e jtia fa>I fItddM flA tf HHHiifti
freaks In the Feet and Sore Eyes. VVIi ftl%MHvvV4 JTWv V nr -VWWHmIn
.' game (100)I feet west of Ohio Ave., thence
the tale hardened & Groover's drug South to Hayne Street thence West the Siitleik 0e s f,.*4 tt 4*

tip with surprise along Hayne Street to the main line UdtrJ 8t.t j!.

D :' An odd play came of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway, For Two tlallfs aaA ...h..tltll .. .
tween Detroit and thence Northwest along the main line
TRIP RATES the State of YlMdi. A
,c." A&itricaa White Box of said Atlantic Coast Line Railway .
< 'J... via. to Duval Street, thence West along Two ,Jttttkv of HMT 11UUU+ -e !4 4t
'J *1 It third base for & NASHVILLE, R. R. Duval and Third Streets to the railway of the State of 1't+ -

'r2;1 could hit, but he j;I I i & Nashville Rail Southwest track known along the as the railroad"Y", tbenc track';' For Two Ueabtn *f .W |ie.M m \". _" -'Ii" <

?I and the complications I ltepres.utattsee el H !**> t// '
..: round-trip tickets from known as the "Y" to Church Street,
were too much for Horida, ...
points shown on dates tuence South along Church Street to 1. | -
Inn were on first Connor Street, thence East alone -tor eou., A W 'III+iI. 1(:
f none out and Detroit low rates Conner Street to Suwannee Street For Tax Coiker. 4l- -
a play which is : and of f. -
point beginning.
For County Trf&t+ttf ,,
I bunt Is expected. UUieL.JtJLoce'J; Tenn., and return. Section That no person, persons *#>
I man was to play in on sale September 9th firm or corporation shall be allowed For n,. Coed o.b.h+rr>I1 e:'..-. .,-

bunt and the inclusive. Final re- or permitted to build, construct For Three Me.""e ml .. ....1 rtw. '' .

ibo ,top were to hold limit erect, enlarge or repair any Board of P..Mk kIN'' a, ___ u
good to leave .
to secondWhen building or structure within the said For Juitice of Uw .***.. It M4 .rte,_- -'.
f the third baseman returning Septem fire limits as described in Section :. ;
the follow .. ":
cover third quickly 1906. One (1) of this Ordinance, whereof ifVis "1iI ...n. .

or the pitcher Texas, and return. toe main material, including the roof : No. J, No 4, N* I, lit. ..
is of.wood or other combustible material T No. I No. N I*
fJ f throwing the runner sold October 6th and 11. *. H, e uNo.
; but that all ; _,
Ilanrey knew the Final return limit 21 hereafter budded buildings or constructed or structures U, No. U, X* ... .. ... r'j., -

Holmes bunted \" date of sale. within the said fire limits shall be No. 17. I :'".

Hash and dashed X. V., and return mainly of brick, stone, rock or some i For Constable ta sad f. Ht fertl** ] : teas,

sold October 10th, other material not of a combustible fag Justice DUtrtcfe e44; Sn' 1. He !

12th. Final return nature, Provided firm That any person 2, No. 3, No. 4, N., I. N* 4, "" !
persons, or corporation, owning Il
leaving Buffalo October or occupying any wooden or other No. 8. No. U No. 11. NV II. Jw i iIS .

1906. building now within the said Fire No. M, No, U N* M .*< i .
Limits, may repair the same by first No. 17. ;
Orleans, La., and re submitting' to the Fire Committee of ;:
Tickets on sale Oct said City the plans or nature of the InTestlmony WbffeoOr, I ke !... i

12th to 15th, inclusive. repairs desired to be made, and unto set my band aM 9M4, tfee 4

I return limit October 30, obtaining from said Fire Committee great Seal of the State ., I.***.. 1 <<"

By depositing ticket their approval of such repairs, and'a at Tallahassee, tM Up** ... I ..
permit authorizing the ..
same, Provided -
Agent, New Or That the Fire Committee is not tke tint day of 6.|>Ua"". A P i ....

and paying fee of 50c hereby authorized to allow repairs 1906. a .sIr
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of return limit to' any building or structure where (L.S.) U. CLAY OK"\\'rtHMI.) :

secured until Novem such repairs would be worth more S rr.4.ir el *... ]
than the building or structure desired
I 1906. to be repaired. Provided further, TO J. H. uick fK n, SieeM efwannee 1st I

s, Tenn.t and return. that: should. ,the Fire Committee, at County. : > g

sold October 15th, any time, give a permit to either '"
17th build, construct, repair or enlargeany ,
and 18th, Final building within the said Fire NOTKC or UtC1toN. .
limit October 30th. By I IWHEUoU -r -
Limits <
and any member of the City '1M _.. .LtYA ., i
i, ticket with Special Council knowing of such permit, ob- Coiwtituum of lair6,ut UM SUM!

Memphis, and paying ject to the same for good reasons, it pus five Joint Kcauiattti."It .. ....... .
shall be the duty of said to fife CmftitMtimi vf tLe ltaM ,.-
50 cents, an extension objecting the urn wen axrtwd t* Iw a watt ...... .
r 5 member of the City Council to fifths of all them emb.is....... r ,..-. -
Lx limit can be secured file his objections to such that the y..woaa..... J.4a H I lnllilH MM ss **: -e f
30. 1906. permit with the Mayor, whereupon and tered up.n tfaicr t'estl.wYr5 foftijJL ew. Me* ... -
nay.herron, sad Uwy M Ml .
Illinois and return. it shall be the duty of the Mayor to direct that laid Joint reauMrlrer.ti.< ... i-....
on sale daily to'Sep- I order such work or repairs stoppedntil in the November electon of, 1M&the Suu at UM ...... .""" R-
the ,
30th. Final return question of allowing the permit Now TuKasrvae. L H. Cut.ca": ...... ... .H.. ."
can be passed upon by the City retory of Suit of UM Mate of ....... ........ .... '
October 31, 1906. Council. live notice that aGENERAL }_.,"

Springs, Ark., and '{'- Section 3.-That framed buildings, IUCIK ....
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I covered: with sheet iron shall will be held la 4 -
Tickets sold daily.I not be eM evuntr Fluid* -- ...
allowed to be built or constructed next succeeding UM Ant M Miy to,usrarsil>r
return limit 90 days within the said Fire Limits. A. D.. lyu6, the .kid T-SU Arias 11.. -4---*

of sale. Section 4.-That hereafter when SIXTH DAY Of O\UtlU"for .4..

ttr 30th, round any person, persons, firm or corporation Resolution the ratificaum or rejMttM W UM... ,... .... 'c
shall desire pro|>uMr>*A4iMj<..w .the .
tourist tickets will be to build, construct, lotion of the SUU of lorfeU. ra: i2 a.>i.."'.
or
resorts. Full in- enlarge or repair any building or AaTK-iB XIVIH ....
structure within the said Fire Limits ...
time tables, before commencing such That the following .",.. ... ...... w,cof
of .t.I'
bulling or the CtHutitutua of UM 9UW.f ...
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furnished promptly, on structure, they shall submit the plans it is hereby ag-rwed to and stray I-. ... ...-
and specifications of the same to the the elector of the Stau at A.tu err erpw.r..
be be U on tb.first Tuesday after...
Fire ..
Committee of ....
HERRING, ,the said City far in November. A. D..lU! f.r retlarrq .
the q tea -
approval of said Committee, tion. ,..,. ,
tutu nctim \ ellt. L. & X. R. R., which said Section 32. The Cover&ar. u.. ,
m Committee Cu
if trey approve Treasurer the ... .. ....-..
CHICAGO 118 AV. Bay St., of such plans and specifications stoner of Agncu'tur AtUrney Central a* a. ...-_....
IDr last beer Lead work, \ 'ILLE, FL\. shall issue to such person per- their ucce ort in office*of,UM are gut kmkf at 'i ''''''....:= ..--4. 4.
pier th -
c Chicago and designated
S sons firm or corporation as a buard of drwerw
Ocr Captain Jones FIXING a building ers and are hereby au +rWI ... IeiyMe
FIRE permit if
LIMITS. ; such s
rivet favorites plans and specifica- establibh y.
in a system of canaK..-n.. IM..
U t 14 American le No. 51. tions are not approved by the said and reservoir of uck dimenMMi aad <... .. .. iV. It.
to establish a fire Committee, then such building or the BioI''judgment of said bred tf _..*.... .... .". 't... _. I
It happened that the of Live Oak, Flor- structure shall not be allowed the era u deemed advkable to dyer sad ....... .....,,- I'r.
Pro- and
i 1-op fly straight at the manner of buildSUWANNEE \vided however, that such person of Florida iwamp or suck overflowJ parts or lee purtfaiw
persons, firm or corporation, shouk. deemed Burners from best by aid blend uf dr.1..t,. .,..... -.If.- ... .
they feel time to tune, and to fissile ... ..
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themselves .. .
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aggrieved of
the land
by r clu.,, d, .,4 ...
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/ decision of the said Fire Committee such such canals, drain,levee.dries.a..|M.AII L..... ... -.4tys S
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may appeal to manner as will be mot a4t&' ii
: the City '
: ; Coun territory ao drained, ; to et
thekate:
cil for such building permit, and up habitant and the ctmmert thrrmf of rwxsvesti. id .. .. .
0: n such Section lea ..
appeal to the 33. That the
City Council, Un 4 dfai.e .... .....
missioners t d
rue City Council may grant or refuse to establitib are drainage hereby authuri, 4 .... 1 .... '..
such permit. districts tile ttsrM .. 'it
aries thereof in the State VwSa 4 E i4
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BAKERY any person who thorized and conuuLuionen. aJ tiC.b s.. .. ... 't
.violates or attempts to violate any o f of all the aUuvial empowered 19 pn-p&..s lit III'' .... .. .
the:! provisions of this Ordinance, able lands within or such Iwamp dnillld slid .vwtrtj dsedst y. 'h' .

shall, upon conviction therefor, b tam $then Wvjtbereon u.1ft t.. re 011.- "

Bread Cake Pies Etc.Cakes'made fore the Mayor of said City be i annually by eenti bail board er acre ofd"" wag_wand II.t.at..wa.. _.L..... I
punished by a fine not to exceed five the various tax ., ,.-- I.L .. t.
WWCMUT U Ute ,
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hundred dollars (J500), or by im ties embraced in pan or IB ,. .... kk.s TIL 4. .
prlsonment in the City drainage district or dLttricU aKaU rJw _... aJ'."
prison
special to order. .JCream Bread for a or and enter the MUM uTTwl ...'
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period not exceeding three of the tai, 4. ,
county
or counties
months. in
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Specialty. Mays Bros. Broome &Turbeville Section 6.-The lie and the amount _7-tL- rt,.
provisions of this age commiaswaer.in so levied by tK.i [ f.. ....-" 4 sflits.
'Surrency Powers and G. W. Ordinance shall apply to the be such manner & ,.' -
: Townsend handle owner, may presented by the board of SLEt-T I '
your bread and no others. occupant, contractor or workman on be f.8iouera collected from time to time.hvTh......... 22i I ..... .
any such by the
building or structure. countie. varioua tas tvtWcton /*. t. .
IT. Section 7.-This Ordinance shall other taxes wherein are colWud such levees In have b eq Mom... I /hs'\

ti b go into effect immediately upon its and pay over aid amounu SSSTssSSfejgs te W'Ii the w, IL ...

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strongest animal of its size. the goril .-:..

IDLE MONEY i i Power-ful: I t TWO TRAINS DAILY TO WASBINC W ASclaedule +? '

How to keep the breathing organs

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Money often lies idle Like thousands of others, Mrs. OraA. U I' .. ::
Stephens of Port Williams O., No.4 No.30i TwoTraina East Alm iii J Ji Tlr A6D

awaiting opportunities for has learned how to do this. She u II 05a 4oa 10'I6Sp.L..JackaoDvilIa..Ar 4011 Ly_.JeuopM It 1 abf lap At a..J.J.\.1''b....4n -As i l. A
writes "Three bottles of Dr., King's 1 ZOo 12 15p'LY.S&Y&Anah.Ar' I Ooa L. a1d'A GI.
( Up 1 oo.'Ar.ColumblL-.LY .. .
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New Discovery stopped my cough of 1006p II S6aAr..Cbarlotte.! 7 ... At 14..w f.. !
investment but these 12 56a 12 61pl ArGreenaboro..L'I ... ;
; opportunities two; years and cured-me of what my .tQ6aS9a 2 IOpAr..Dsavilk..Ly} ; ..-..- .AI. t. .f:..'I .

friends thought consumption. 0, it's 642p Ar..Aichmond.Lv i "Dp tV LaIlle'ltLJ. A .
do not come grand for throat and lung troubles I 41TaS02a T20 I Ar..l.pchblq:L; avPAf.i.wtrij .
6 IlOpIAr.Charlotte' L. I _'....- j
Guaranteed by Barclay & uSa 9 50p'Ar-.Waahiagton..Lv t '''A' tlfst t -
11 39a 11 S5p Ar.Balt mcn-.L. 1. .9
overyweekmonthorevenyear. Groover, druggists. Price 50c and 1 45p t 35a Ar....W.Phila: ...L. s f L..Ga-'tt ita l::=
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$1.00. Trial bottle free.A 4 13pl 8 SOs'Ar... NewYon..Lv I' Y
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I In the meantime this NOB.Mind M.-"New.York and Florida Ea-i d 1 !.tsa ...A,, tI....
press"Daily Pullman Drawing Room Slenitag; {.,. Li o. ''wAc it
? Car.Port Tampa and Jacksonville to New .
Japanese laard. oK.l I ala AP r..b.i a" 'I
No.. 30"WaahingTon and Florida'Limited. h A. i..e..... ":
should be Japan is th) land of and ." i -
money earning jug hers Daly Pullman Drawing Room Si.rp i t... L.-'a.' ;-... h l
fashionable Japanese always hare themat lug. Car.Jacksonville to New York. Dining Car.II, 6 4a Ar a..t tats

something; and.it can if One any very large claver entertainment old man goes they around give. N0.301 Tnaouoa LAND OJ'TUSU: i II ::1: U I::;:r:: J4 tip,t"
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it in this bank. in a single cotton gown with two bas- 12 65p\L.15aIL.\ __Savannah, Ga._Ar .. A.- A.ewaw A I L 1..
you place kets full of "properties" over his shoul- 6 OOs Ar_.Columbia. S. cto 1.1 t. Ar lstra.... (
ders 1 Sop\Ar..... .. AshYille, N. C..., ....Lv ISp A t...... .t
and them
putting down anywhere 2 Sip Ar..H.ot Sprinp. N. C.Lv \ .. A. .......r..
performs his tricks with the 6 (OOp) Ar._ Knoxville,TenD.L. I.Ar II "
TilE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, expectant: : audience encircling him. A 8 50a Ar...._...Louisville. Ky..Lr i! ?ta Artw '-t_.. t
6 l2P Ar_ St. Louis. Mo..Lv ,--- J i _
hatful of coppers rewards him sufficiently 815& Br...........Cincinnati O._..lLr ...
UVE OAK FLA.' and be goes on to eat fire, disgorge x. Car p.iQO.....--$" _
eggs, needles lanterns and smoking EXCELLENT DINING ALL TRA1N3.C. SERVICE ON,,lvlDa,A4...... aw"'" ;
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\ iifyKUL C. A. HARDEE, Vu e-Pres. I Japanese dinner a foreign guest No.l3-FloridaLimlted-DaUy Solid Veatibuk Traia. TU+.il1lar .++.ritark and ......
II W, J, HILLMAN, r t determined to have no optical illusions in? Cars.Jacksonville to Atlanta.Chattaaooca sad CMKM.rtk A. Fitinw a ...... .. ...,
about ''what the to Colorado Springs.CoL via Birmingham. Month. &.....Qty ;
l Jugglers did. lie
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I J .. and was not once off his guard. Hi HARDWICK.P.T.M W.a TAYLOR.O. r. A. .awu..u,. ek, A

"" i Noticing this the old Juggler played to -- ....... -
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was brought in and set in the

KUtDVLK.lA. middle of the room and the Juggler, Live OakM'fCo1

$4I t?...... 1.1.\. U KY. AND A. C. L. BY. AT LIVE OAK. crawling in let' himself down into it
..........- -- slowly. The skeptic sat for half an
i llk tsrla.a Tt1t anD UP. hour without taking hU eye from the
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Manufacturers of
vase which he was convinced, was
No.Mail 2. No 4' sound and firm and stood on no trap-

i & Exp and.rea.. MixedFgtfAT1W Facep door. After this prolonged watch the Lumber, Ice, Electric Lights, Power,
rest of the company assailed him with
Daily. Sunday.
laughter and jeers, and pointed to his and Naval Stores.
I side where the old Juggler was seated

.S... j r.-u.. Oak_..... ..--Ar 10 20 a m SSO Pili fanning himself, and had been seatedfor
some minutes.-Dundee Advertiser. Electric Lights in any part of the city furnUhed far Mt -
...-s .. rww n Lv-l000sm 630pm .
.. .. "... .. ..__ or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Elm Pi
:, Ilk f... O 2am 6Opm An English View of Hurtling.

.i S. _l,'....., I.v. t60am lI03pm We are often InvIted to admire the day and night current-for manufacturing purpose.

1.a .. .--- I a It Mud.. ................. ., .I... 8 44 a m Ii 55 pm 51)004 at which American workmen Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orderi haft fpie&I *&*&.
work. Is it admirable to see men old
4 e IisRk.... -.Lv. t 3G II m 540( pmU before their time? Ought to admire tion, and all orders promptly filled.
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a system Is calculated to -- 6 -

._.._...&.u.IIIe.-. _...._ tax man's to the I
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It limit which forces him to exert himself Live Oak Perry & :

.'" ce '"i""w.o1l.hsa.tl"- .., .. .. .-. feverishly which wears away his ,
d... _.__g ita+art ....._.. ..........._.An ISiam 53Spm strength and his spirit and which flings
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.. .i .M .._ _--..asww W..._......__.Lv. tS2.m 581pm him aside as soon as these begin to Railroad Company.SCHEDULE .
II to make for fresh human
= flag room a
_ i W .. .._I..h mrrl- -. -- ..Lv. t20am 5Upm I machine?
Hurry is coming tobe considered -
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....,Ma. ..hh..I...... .. 912 s It t.'i' from efficiency.
..... .. .. --- -- w tA V SU inseparable
".. ... ......- .-- ..-..-. .... ....."' ... ....Ar. 5 00 pm445pm Thousands of business men and busi-- "

lit- .. .._.Ahua.- .. L..\ ness women. ,too, are on the run from t a 1 \t ;
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,,HtiAft fila -.. -. .... _...Altus.-.Ae. 4 20 P m morning till nIght. It Is,bad this-bad I \ _
II Fri and Paaa STATIONS. ) I1'JDaily
.. ,.__"" ._\1. ..... ...____.__.L.... 405 pra for themselves; .bad, for their work; Mail and Paso Passenger :llI1 J :
.... .. ...... bad for other since it makes No 3 _....... ..
;.. di4 _.. .__.........11.,s. .Ar. 910am. 400 .pro people No. l No. 5 --
; Dally Sun

.,. .: __..._.........a It Ndr*. .. .......-Ar. 90am 340( them all irritable around and them.; anxious Hustling a nuisanceto or. if A.LeaM. Sunday PLea' M.Only i LPe.aAiY.eL I .. I. ; P. 1&. 4 .,

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0k. s ,.s.. .W- -" pm you prefer the other word hurrying is t 40 :
l. 8 13 143 2 M ... U.. Oak t! ik '
.. .... ._. _._AM.... ,,, -,_ _Lv. 40am 2 55 pra240pm the mark not of tha strenuous worker I II 18 US 3 00 tRoeky. tkak 6U I

0. a j. fir ____,.._. ft.CUrlbM.....- ... .....Lv. 833am ( but of the muddler. The man who never s 2ft! L52 1,55 3 S IY1 15 -... JSWT.Merecr..,. I" 4, \ _
his .
It leaves work alone never gets iGl 330 PlatULancaster. .
.... 0 it.... _. __.... .- ..______._.Lv. 823am 2 20 pm any good work done. "More haste less Ar 1834 8 39 Az 2.09 Ar 3 40 .... -. I Lv i U ILY .4 \\t
I* Lv- 4 10 DtJ.bnK Park.
$i a s e.... .__ ,_, ._ .._...._....wIu.&I__ ...... ......._LT. 815 a m 210 pm135pm speed," says the proverb. That is bed : 8 45 Lv Ar U5 4.49 4 Iii .. ... Ar;* jAt, !
t 6 U': Chancy I _
.. p N ..1PS.. ......_t.k___ ............._L.. 808a In rock truth.-London Answers. 8 8 SO 52 Lv 4.50 A... 42 5 May bcu.1. tu. .I ..__.., t .__ VW t*
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--- H. Brown, the popular pension 910 5.10 4 .. T .' sand .< ell l \
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d h,1'4 "t#.........' ,n rm SiAtbn (r) RexUtcr. (a) Regular StoP. (a) attorney of PIttsfield Vt., says: 9 9 25 38 5:25 5.38 5 21 FenhoUu1l&J.. L. I a I I1t I
...... ___ T. P. ALSTON. Superintendent. Next to a pension, the best thing to Ar. 9 SO Ar 6.50 Ar. Ii 10( ......-Perry ..... I ...
i A ._ ., t3.err .1 f.......w A..." get; is Dr. King's New Life Pills." He Ar.I030 Ar 630 Ar 635 H Sp's __- L..I M i ..

... -. writes: "they keep my family in MAYO and ALTON

splendid health." Quick cure for .

COAST LINE Headache, Constipation and Bilious I I I I -
ATLANTIC Frt. and Pasa Frt.and P&SI I Passenger rft, ." PL'a ,
ness. 25c. Guaranteed at Barclay .
li.STATIONS.
No 1 No. 9 No. j I ,;:
& Groover's drug store. Daily ex Sun. Dsily ex. Sun Sunday_ Only Daily'a>iuati. t
A. M. P.M. P. M. I I- A. ... -.: M.. & tl
Alabama Leave Leave Leave A m's A..... .......
Florida Georgia, State FlitA' 9.00 .30 5.10 Dowling Park .. ... "' -
9.10 4040 5.22 Mayo Junction 7 J.I t i
Mot of our states have flai_. some 9.23 4.53 6.3- Clark U1 UI }
Virginia North Carolina and of them very peculiar one Tl>e p arecarried 9.38 5.08 5.44 I Peterson UI Im it
I 10.00 I s5.30 a 5.59 Mao UD a. .
as the state colors of the mili- Ar 1(110( IAr &.10 I Ar 6.02 Alto" IL.. 7,00 b",$ tsa

Carolina. tia rctfrconK 'Onr own i* toi familiarto 'I Regular atop. Connection made at Dowlin Park for all train te and truss U..Out. utt P-..f
South no*! ih:icriptlonT11P white standard For information as to connections with other lines ',.buM or eU .. 0.a ral tt....... A.... '
'phone 147.Lewin Building Live Oak.
I of Massndni-ptts" bI'ht't'n s.'t.'n THOMAS DOW LING.President R. P. UOP1C1N3. G.wral lraa..a.. ..... .
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The Great: Highway of Travel from Tor' ,I' plays a miff 11'-:!. nuil the state --- -
banner of Maryland Ix'tr 0:1 a ;:r-'Jlll :

of })Ia7.'.l!: yellow the arm< ami motto i
FflUa--East W cst North South of the ('livert3Tar heral!deslgu: 's SEABOARDAir

so dHjw ed as: to Maryland's flag
sec.n at a distance. somwiat the semblance
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TO THE"EAST. THE FAMOUS RailwayFor
thoish we RCpl>->-
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FLOnID .'WEST INDIIt:LIMITED s of a royal standard.-Boston Savannah Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines Rakish! r

Transcript Richmond Washington Baltimore New York. ;r.way.
AND NEW YORK EXPRESS. Philadelphia .


." : Be Great Headache Cure, Three Elegant Trains Drly? .

MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY= SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED

In lU[ WQI[ ER" VIA ATLANTA. BromoPepsin"Note I SEABOARD EXPRESS. .

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Atlantic Coast Line mileage books, good Ito all points, via allWns Insomnia, Nervousness The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pull'

far East Washington, and as far West as St. Louis, man Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonville
as On the Spot. and New York via Richmond Washington. Leave St. Augustine
Idacinnati rates $25,00.
and New Orleans; So Opiates, Absolutely Harmless.All 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays 1

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Druggists lOe. 25e. lad 50e ONLY LINE

h'detailed and full information regarding rates, Pullman reserva- For Sale By
Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans 7
dons, schedules, call on your nearest ticket agent, or write, For Information and simper reservations call

'K c. BOYLSTON, Dist. Pass. Agent 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville', Fla. The City PharmacyLIVE on any agent of Seaboard or write

W, D- St., Jacksonville Fla. S. C. BOYLSTON .,
STARK,Tray. Pass. Agent, OAK, FLA.
CRAIG. PassenlleI' Traffic !lSagern Offices, Wilmington N. C. Assistant General Passenger Agent

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} Pacer EcstaticAstounds also won antfber fine net t i 'Buffakt OP A
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i: : 1 Horsemen great three performance times below by 2:10 any which trotter U, M t F Tittttfrtrr 1h4 ,... --

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be sttrti.Mainsheet I )(atkrt to few*** .. _
4.. Ferment Pacing Queen and I I Is t sure 2.16 trotter tab 8eilars. PNa t#' t.
Her Defeat of Baron Grat- season say the knowing oaw tat the I No. tL dtiM4 to Bpi
Trotter prediction Is far from Wing rash eM A, Po. IHt. Mot. e.. _,
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j4 Mainsbeet when his performance are i iBlacklock uulyted. I. ay ots... ..4 tau MIff.
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The Vermont pacer Ecstatic. 2:04X4. so many sensational storks Dave been .
baa created & sensation this summeron it told, baa been purctueed by C. K. O. woes HH fet I-* --
the grand circuit aud.elsewhere by Billings from his former owner, W. II. ffrtttaa ... II..'t.. _
. -z.j flutspeeding horses supposed to be of j I Stubbleft ld. Oran. Mo. at a lottf nr.. -n, etfttttd ii lw a.... ,
superior powers. Hla record ''-8* takeu at the LJlwrty- 'Ylortda ...... ,4 ,_
Ecstatic is known as "the Vermont : nIle meeting, where' be aim paml a I k It T. t. thwr: i ,
t, pacing queen" and she deserves every ...'.. "," mile In a workout la i.UftUAfter tb1 an"0"a _
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word of that title. She has an unusually '.- \-. LibertyvlUe meeting be. was' hipped to
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hopples! clean gait for a pacer, requiring no -. .\''>'., .P.\.,f,'.."/, Davenport, la, where Trainer hush |. '.... MlitlraMe iskoewe 1<<
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or weights. She has a natUral ,
I said to have worked him la ., '
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easy that does! not seem to = \ From
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tire her in the least in spite of a closely '. where NJeOd Mw.I. &!f .
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recent so called outlaw meet- fQ day el 6eS1a
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park Buffalo ECStatic :
Howe and itaers .....
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Geers veterinary to
astounded the talent went the 1'n+out man re! Ixvatur,
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"' Baron Grattan, with Ed Geers up, i going away the second heat.and carried! THE TEOTTIlCa 1EATTEC f' how to N "
two heats out of three. her down to the three-quarters in 1:2:. ___. THE YEA!:. sound he was soon purchased. Uf D. I....
Geers and his free for all star were The mare Just played with him going very enthusiastic oer-her. was tent to Cleveland where -004,0"' t w
I' thought to hold Ecstatic safe by many at this clip, and as Gins said she Malnsheet is certainly a trotter of Tanner has taken charge of Dim. ek."k ,. o.. '
i ; seconds, and a big price was obtainable jogged the third quarter hi S3 second*. rare merit being able to go out every i H. 1'hetdi,
in the pools against Ecstatte. The Baron was all In at the head of week and trot three heats babw ?:10. \\1sTveeetabl.. torh< ;
Frank Lang surprised every one the stretch, and Ecstatic had a comfortable which will nearly always win any claw tive for the stomach ar\4 bowels of'': -. .-
when he marched Ecstatic to the froearly nt time coming home, The mile wan In the first hat of the fast pace ( 2:04} a cut of a full second in tl His performances this season mike opiates and the Ingredients bo : \IRGINIA rOL ,
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and kept her there, jogging home In winner's record. him look to be the best "class1 trotter each and oil' FnVOUNQL fT, '
bottle.
I ::O5%. Baron Grattan's admirers stil Ecstatic Is owned by Itoarlu; Brook!I that has appeared in recent years, take. Sold every Pla lng to 1'tJSi. .. ,.
had faith in hs ability to win, bu stablts. Barton, Yt..and is a half siste: : and it he keeps his' form he will en by City Pharmacy. ....- .
Gtere free for all is to Jiiin SUepard'a Transylraaia winner 'dollbt ly the *
pi icer the unluckiest prove greatest mono) [9iYrN" 1::,
horse on the turf, for he ialwajj Ethel's Pride. This I,; her firs winning trotter of the year. n'r'a (I. 1Jr' w.t: 1e"t .of 'P 1 N ,-
getting up apiin<>t somethi n .staff of tLe j ear,"awl harsemen; arr .That other good trotter, Lake Qnee. n. nl II p Hf.'-ir--! \, '''1101 t.... '=I ::1It .area....... "..a.--'"'. ..
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