Live Oak daily Democrat
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 Material Information
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 6, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00112
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,. Gasoline Tank Exploded at Lakeland; of TO CMIf
the Fruit Was .
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: I Injuring Three. I ,
From Tampa.

cta; and Republicans Tampa, Fla., Sept. 6.-By the For Election of United States

explosion of a gasolhie tank at the Tampa, Fla., Sept. 6.-The first Palma Declines to :ee "

ire Him Gr4Wdcolne Senators carload of Florida oranges of this
Atlantic Coast ,,Line' shops at Lakeland in Future
season was shipped Peace Conference
yesterday. Thisis
yesterday, Julius Holmes,.white
and a three days earlier than ever beforein
negro were fatally burned and

ktflkI t l AT THE CAPITAL another negro seriously injured. the history of the industry. The
Holmes' 60YfRNOR CUMMINGS PLAN shipment consisted of 400 boxes.
,parents reside here. / NO HOPE m f A mm


m4s 144t a West ..,,'d to Greet Proposition to Call a National Cousti.tutional '

$it1i r..... Kb Tear of the County Commissioners and Sheriff Convention to Secure the Interesting Section Letter o From of Suwannee.I That Prosperous ,- Veterans Are Welro&c t. )Ktt eat

Add to Amounts Already RebeU And Persoad TV* U L -
WerU Offered. Change So Much Desired will give i,I you a few" dots, from J

I Tiger Lake neigborhood if you will Down Their Ana
Gainesville Sept. 5.-In additionto
allow me
the $500 reward offered by the I
eta. t'..StptC.-WllllimJ. Des Moines la. I The rain has vanished now and the
State and $500 by relatives the Sept. 6.-The interstate '
to tart alibI rttirned to his Board of County Commissioners haveOffered conference called by Gov. sun is coming down with all of her Havana Sept .-Oea, Cefemw

*M Ito "IIw Folks" wel- $200 reward and Sheriff Fennel Cummins of this State for the purpose i might, and it is 'all. we can do to representing the Cttbaa veterttt, fc4 r

lisi wit, every evidence of ap- of considering and i stand it. i a long talk with Presided Asa
$50 reward for apprehension d discussingthe
.s4 t4ttefcti It.was a conviction of the murderer of Special proposition of calling a national L I By the way I met Mr. J. B. Hawkins yesterday, with t TltW of arWtnttal

btty ..ktt+ .. planted as such constitutional a while ago, on his way to Live the differences between tM Its -
Agent W. C. Sellars ot the Atlantic convention with a
eafrfal I .it .5 Ptsaad.s view of Oak. and had a flour barrel very near ment and the rebeU. -
Coast Line at High Springs. tiO changing the constitutionof

| t las more Itepnblleantawretata The Commissioners have determined the United States that it shall pro full of collard seed to sell to a seed President Palma told! lit It fII

bit tfcere was noL to sift the matter to the bottom vide for the election of United States .merchant there. That beats all thatany that the vttmej were .r.le ., t* _

| Hrtf M ivtsiom.. and the veltuv44 and capture the murderer if possible.; Senators by popular vote opened Its man has done around here yet wait oa the rebels aad pert*4e ltaa

|? 't Ur and Mrs. Sellars was killed by unknown session here yesterday.The ,in the way of making something to to lay down their arm*, la wfckfe CM _
i vat siame aid Jojful. attendance is ell. A person cannot say that he can't they would be free to fate UM esas-
party a few hours after he had been very large and i
lit _Mts| vbetker Lincoln most of the States and make a living in Suwannee county try or return anmoiest I. Uwirhomes =
sworn In and had Territories
tef4 Ur$.r crowd than that gone on duty. are'represented by delegates :who for he can make an honest living if by virtue of the recast *ff _
i t**. to the dty. It was aUfU have been appointed by Governors. he will try. Mr. Hawkins told me amnesty. Bat he add*d, If ftfc*
Newspaper Plant
ta Ue tit lad traintr Damaged By Fire. he was thinking of veterans took this
? ) every The Democrat'learns today that Massachusetts is one of the few going Jp South court they wild z

Ike state arrived loaded States not officially Florida. I for one and others I act merely as private ritUtM. 11" *
the Citizen-Reporter:; plant at LakeCitf : represented at the
Irtogtrnf mt sot OBly Nebras- conference but know don't want Mr Hawkins to I government would tot .&..! t* -
the State is
was partially destroyed by fire by no !
bit sway from sear byTW means withoutunofficial move away from Old Suwannee for treat through them or U aa| efcr t
Monday morning. We did representa
not learnhow
ttfy .M Uftdsomely de- lion you can sell everything else you haveto way with the rebels. _

|-4 Tie erpanUaa nature ot the fire originated but it is Gov. sell besides collard seed; that When Ceo. Cebmo left lit *iso
stated ihe Cummins who is
greater of
part the loss
.." teas eaiphasiwd la taking Mr. Hawkins well knows. Why you he met Gen. Mlro the did ..***,.>
attained great interest in the
is damage to the .mat
U F.e.it4ta Simplex is can even sell "dish rags" in Live Oak ing officer of the Army ef 1.l\lwaUea.
type setting machine. Loss ter presiding at the confer
I Iltysi Luis trrived shortly I fully ence which it Is such a good market for our who on seeing c.l rfto.. e..t l
covered by insurance The promises to be pf greatpolitical
S ..k. Tk.,. WM a roar produce. But will say that if he, face said: "Oida't I let r*. tits tW
Reporter will as importance. It result
.... u tlM trtia rolled la andtyr4 I come out on time in completely may the does go. he will make a good, honest old man would not >>... ... f*r r
usual this week Senateof
as .
t.. .. tat plattotpetit m. I type and the living anywhere. Such men as Mr the eOUlltr,'. take
United States and in establishing
presses were not damaged the fire
ui.e hem Mr. and M n. I Jack Hawkins are not like the man Gen. Cebreco a>*wert4 sadly: ""fMf
a new method of
Ii having been extinguished before it choosing Senators -
*M iMr 4*ffcir Grate waim .i that I once heard of that could not were rlht.M
reached that part of the plant. in spite of the opposition of
fcfrfittoft naicft left I the United States Senate. make a living only out of, his fellow This kills Ue tut hope *! M .. '-.

*** flit l 0 to met Liratiantt at The constitution men. He will make,it honest cable settlement el tM rte 4 trestle s
article ,
GOOD FARM FOR SALE. v, provides
ss< .W4fc Mr. Brjta &eo that on- ,the application the.Legislatures The public roads,are in..a very bad *, and will cost tie govtrttttttsympathy ..

*. fee _*_ar4 trip, tot of condition. I know that all can not of the retertB*.
\V. A. Hock's Offers to Sell His Place two-thirds of the several '
... **. ed tfc* Nebraska States be worked at one time, but our road GeL Ulro, wh vu oat .| 1--
With Lire Stock and-Fanning Congress shall caU,r.convention ?
.***tilt Isstws .t, alto wtat1Jmk to Impltueats e- for proposing amendments from Houston to Live Oak': Js in avery most promlwat fewrtli la t" W.f
for to
Lump Sum. the bad fix. You have to leave of UberaUoa tt cr 4l a f M**
W. A. Mock, S miles south of Live constitution and these shall become -
if4, **4e a II'" speech, public road altogether for a quarterof when the Utter vu 61114. ...U' _
Oat has decided to sell when they'shall be ratified
his farm and .
std t >**** Jwfc place ta a mile, and will say, "do please "The goversteeat's 'e 8r let W.wl oar
by the
move to the* Coast. Legislatures of three-
East He
a**** bent .M t brilliant fix it, so we'can travel it if you ,can cognlilai the trcteraM {4 tiwrnnc
fourths of the
to sell his farm live stock farming several States, or by
lit feTtt .. ta* Its te conventions in possibly do so. Cubans such U are tow la ifc* tip.

tt'I I Implements, growing crops and everything three-fourths thereof, I have just gathered corn and am can hold out ..4.aaitf If b its4
-make clean as the one or the other mode of ratification -
a sweep-and give
well pleased with the yield. My cotton up Into BBmfe+rU*. prt3ee +ti t...

p e tLaa t1'T. some person a bargain who wants a may be proposed by Congress. has been Injured'by the hot I an U. or fifty .... Beats' "'lllu.fll

--_. good farm In a good neighborhood.The Thirty-two State Legislatures haveat Cotton crop is short with most our should have uegat ... ....ft1iI.fJl

a4 k... ........l j t'...miegI I. editor of the Democrat in different their times signified to Congress farmers. J. A. Ambrose has the officers Utter, bat tf aM .-4 f|e
t.., ,--.. company with Mr. Edwards local amend the that steps be takento finest cotton any where in our neigh men who bight In HH ..* for ..

-- editor went out Tuesday afternoon constitution and provide borhood. It is very fine. \ dependence. I tr.44 tao a fptt'' ..

AIl I "" 'I" a..t. t.- At and took a look at the property offvrrd. : .for the popular election of Seniators. Well it Is getting time for anotherice grow and dtfy aH lie t.oess IM
I and found the farm B\ this, is not strong enough.
f, ta *.*.**... ....... the to be a The cream supper. They seem to be government caa ralo -_

I .... ......... .sot atM were I real good one, consisting of about Legislatures must apply to and the "go" now. I will close by BaYIng Gen. Cebreco ..... awe inettg
practically demand
118 atm In cultivation: 38 acres in of Congress thata that everybody seems to the palate that le 4r..4.
'S wi w... war se' constitutional be happy 4 -. ...

ft ... ..**k ***.** ..*.(. tO corn and 25 acres In cotton besides and then Congress convention will be called, and prosperous in this neck, of telling} the *,*.***. Ihrhe ai.e>. -

'Sc ** ,.*.. |tt.4f U *tw gliders enough to fatten 25 or 30 the have no optionin o' de' woods. J. A. DeBERIlY. received from 11ft..*.4 IUlrtt.

.. head of hogs; fine sugar cane, a little matter but will be forced to
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-**>** FJ f H kasaad -w

f ........ iti..p4a$ et T.rbtill. more than one acre in sweet potatoes have grant the request Nineteen States A YOUTHFUL MURDERER.Geo. AT lUIT,,T ( Ht liter -,.
made this
formal demand, and
oo eowpen land that will make
%Deist s.srp kss trot C. A. ItNiiq.

...... .......... ......f'trssa4s more than 300 bushels per acre; only Oklahoma twelve, and more thirteen are needed with without it. Marshall Kills Sam Stolen Anbeard ace ptis.etMf ttse ..-.... :-_
bearing peach trees and
number of
1 ,..., .A"1> .irr- .tat a In five different Both Xegro Boys. the firtMHe Ie ttA. t_ M
Congresses the
."., '...... N...... Use young budded trees mulberry) lower house ,U r laIC 84ai sstiil. ... ...
has voted for (Madison New
trees, pecans, etc., and a good garden.fence popular Enterprise.)
sir.. Ipprflffattec
.. ie asi.to sad fretrls s5i .N
are all In god shape with 80 election tut in every case the Senate Grant Marshall is the name of ;
'tr+ 1M .._.wI" killed the a *. I I hittt JIM Ma ltmr ywr :

'* '" .....s Qh. s.tt few acres of virgin timber to keep them proposed legislation. diminutive negro youth aged about second of Ik* swiss .Aetl tinsS p

.::::111 up. On the place is a good new 14 years who was placed in the Will tt.e .
... .aria' _* AT annotate s. .e si eM tA to
frame, siz-room dwelling good barn TENT county jail Monday afternoon
& >
e ris ,tJlb tinerr. t.ar p p r.
sad all "Under Two Flags, as prayed by there
+ U' __ rid e..n... necessary outbuildings. The the languisheth awaiting trial ot The general I.... .f *ti..rf+f+<.

place Is well .watered and near the Park Company last night was the very serious charge, of murderin 11011," ...bleh.... tlUll'" 11t
dwelling Is a well of fine water with voted quite the best performance of the first degree The boy
.. 4 a iff Mw FI wtr t"1 the was morning will hs c trtwwl1st a'-,1aI
works to water stock at barn week. There have been many brought here Monday
'-s .. 4 ....... M tae versions of the afternoon from weeks yet and ail tie ...... ...
With the farm Mr. Mock also offers piece, and this one near Simons in the
9& ***. ..... M4t corner ben wko are at "..*IM asp If st1r,
to sell 18 head of stock seems to combine the interesting features of the county in
cattle. charge of
4 aa4 K f........ of them. deputy or who hope to be wMrtk ..etks. ..
S horves. 8 or 10 stock hogs buggy sheriff Bob Henry. On Monday the the
sews a eveK* future e b eQkI u*. alsa -. a1
vacua mowing machine farm imHenents. Tonight "The Ku Klux" or "TheAvenger" boy was at the cabin home of Sam
.jI ... ..cairn.' these spiritual tie***, M. t5e..
harness and everything will be done. Its locale is Staten, a negro boy of about 13 them
a. 11"1' ta tW the south a means of ffewtfc .. ..r0.
directly after the
needed for three-horse farm. years. No one else
-... .... .... tt... when.. was present. The I have never h-ad nos a._MM
The place contains 160 war unjust legislation causedso boys became
less engaged in
acres a scuffle
getting the
t -4 fs ga4I td... .. much stranger Of tine Il1Iti. -
} acres deeded for a school house. havoc and the race issue over the possession of a
.. longbarreled to
attend our strvtaM .
.., lot .... ire
which Is within one-half mile and really began. This play was written single-barrel shot
gun when
It In Live Oak
not a fw el .si ....
there are three churches within especially for Mr. Parks Co., and was exploded and the
ii. younger boy bers who .
%WtWU:Nm s' are crib ai..hs.y ..'
abort distance Tiger Lake. Macedonia last week in Valdosta Ga., created received the load of No. 4 shot In
ing to their
K+aeretsati .. 1 kir is
little less than
and Friendship. a furore. Prices the neck almost
: f"..,., ....., let tb. will remain same tearing the head not go to church, n.4ll.s. des t9isf
This Is however.EXTR.nITIOX from the
a good neighborhood and body which
resulted in
& his stay at home .
***- tla.... ; they toCO -

!to.... i ... ''us. a pleasant and healthy place to live immediate death. This is only one
aid some person looking for a good OP STEXSLAXD.Is of the stories told by the .
--- ...... boy Grant : I.NCI L MKrrTri: : ,TU\tHI1..... .

...... ., farm It a reasonable price can secure He has told several others. Justice Tomorrow
H.-, U'rldalIfllt' i. .
arv A bargain Requester to President Roosevelt Reuben
addressingW. Reams in his
.. capacity
as ten o'clock the
-.3 hl..ta'sa' by Governor of Illinois. City Co** Mat .wMt erase
A. MOCK, coroner empanelled a jury which the
armory building !. koat anise
a .... Live Oak Fla. after xamining the body of the dead plaints
." ,'''a.t o Springfield Ill., Sept. 6.-Gov. ail who fHl tfca* s1..
boy and
"=_.04 -. I"..."" ..1k.'i Jilivs Surasky brother of Sur- Deneen has issued a request to P restfully the investigating circumstances fully and care- have been over-asaeued. Us c. .

'" ttsttg..... akf Brothers of this city arrived dent Roosevelt that the United States the affair surrounding ell desires to treat all fairtr. as.| if

=mat 'sU...i.d41 .ti.rlsa- here today from Darlington, S. C., make a request upon the governmentof against rendered Grant. a verdict of murder who appear Mil be gives "Jllil'

I- t rsssl and wilt]| make Live Oak his future Morocco for the extradition of all The case will in aid careful bearing _

*:'1 .... ... I4lle feotae. U'1I1 assist his brothers in Stensland president of the Milwaukee probability be finally tried at the _-.._._
of the circuit
Ift+ir uerduntile business. Avenue Bank. venes next month. court which conMrs.. Cook of Peacock, U .Wf>pi&f

in the city.

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of the bringing back' of any rusher f fi
Reid Praises five yards behind the line seemed to '

many to.leave,,a loophole for the profitable ,
execution of the undesirablemass

: L: New Rules Reid play however makes plausible I: Million Tom Keene Cigars]

refutation of this argument when he 57
nays that "the five yard requirement sold last year in the United ;
I j will prevent heavy men ,from being
; Football
1 Of brought back for mass plays, since a i States. The best 5c. Havana on]
heavy man, especially it slow, starting \
from such a distance behind the line the market. Five year old Tobte-!
cannot get to the Una quickly enoughto
'' Harvard Coach and Authority be effective." co. A Good, Cool, Pleasant)

z Says Game STARVING TO DEATH. Smoke. -

Because her stomach was so weak- :
Will Be Cleaner. ened by useless drugging that she Try one today.Suwannee SKRft4 -

e -7 could not eat, Mrs. Mary H. Walters,
of St. Clair St., Columbus, 0., was b tNisi
The New and Much Discussed ?
literally starving to deaths She
: Ten Yard Rule writes: ":My stomach was so weak Drug Company w4s1h

from useless drugs that I could not
eat, and my nerves so wrecked thatI :* "Iv that.
could not sleep; and not before I
Football has weathered the storm, was given,up to die was I induced to
a&j, According to expert opinion it will try Electric Bitters: with the wonder
DOt be the tottering unrecognized ful result that improvement began _
wreck of the popular game that so at'once, and a complete cure.follow- I _. 1
thought would be the certain outcome t Ws
many ed. Best health Tonic on earth.
of the frenzied attacks against it 50c. Guaranteed by Barclay & C. E. HUMPHREYS
with the resultant reforms in the rules. Groover, druggists: ,
William T. Reid. Harvard's bead .
coach, who was secretary of the rulea Origin of "Joha BolL. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. ?} 4A11
committee and one of the central fig The origin of the term "John' Bull"
uric in every battle that was font for is thus explained by a I-ondonjournal:
sham In the old roles says that the Dr. John Bull was the first Gresham Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application j t 1---

game will not be spotted but will be professor of music, organist of Hereford 1I

better than erer.. both as a sport and cathedral. John and, like composer a true to Englishman QueenElizabeth. Will assume full charge of buildings, turn, it over to j I [ I .
as spectacle.I&
Us direction of the new legislation traveled for Improvement d owner complete in every respect, before a cent of moneyis : ,- ,
having heard of a famous musician at WK'iI' -
the Crimson solon calls attentionam St Omer he placed himself under him paid me. I
> to the fact that the changes in the as a novice but a circumstance very '
Sear rules are of two kinds-those bearffiff soon( convinced the master that he was EliFiiir
en the technical aide of the gameb4 Inferior to the scholar. The musicianshowed OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTY WORKS,
those pertaining to the ethics of the
John which he had
a song composed
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port. Although field admits that the in forty parts telliu; him at the PHONE 188. LIVE OAK FLORIDA '
extent of the Improvement In the game same time that he defied all the worldto : I Quk1 l .. -, _.
U largely a matter of conjecture, he produce a person capable of adding '
berertheleu reaches some very detinlteamcluaJona. another part to his com; osttton- Bull I
Citing most of the Important desired to be left alone and to be indulged
pouts that bear on the ethicaltUe for a short time with pen and Good ClothesMay V
of the sport, be <*r r_
says: ink. In lead than three hours he addedforty S7id
-Based on these provisions It Is my parts more to the song, upon :
opinion that everything has been done which the Frenchman was so much
that can be done by rule to clean up surprised! that he swore hi great ecstasyhe '*".
$11 9j537.M
the present, gauze By this I do not must be either the devil or John Not Make the Man But
ffictn to say that there will never be Bull which has ever since been proverbial
any more mean or brutal playing. That in England. j
would be absurd, for as long as football "
remains a game of personal contact The wise man or woman is the on ye.They Add Wonderfully toby
and swift action there are boundto who relieves little ills of this sort b $51.l75
be Individual lapses In temper and a little dose of Kodol For Dypsepsia. .
fairness but I do maintain that under It digests what you eat and puts your His Appearance .r
.the new rules the objectionable fea- stomach back into shape. Sold
taM should be reduced to a mini City Pharmacy. Mfefe? *

t Itlecta mum.In passing" the ten to yard the technical rule. from*side Ma Reid beI I i Reduced Prices You want,the Best. We have thews..Snits t that will 1 q't.t$ :.- J :

Fit and will Wear. A large, carefully selected 3 fcia 1

On all Millinery Goods, stock of Gents' Furnishings. The goods are right ( iJ

and from now on you

can purchase goods'very, too. You should call and see the whitest 1 Delay 11 *SStftft -. _

much below their former -
w for S3
Samples tailor made suits are l.
prices. We enjoyeda now on display at our store. We take
your measure for tailor made suits.BUTLER .

C very fine trade this m" '__ .' 13

;7Y season, but stock is still -

r replete with seasonable BROTHERS N -

goods in prevailing ,

4 styles, which we will sell MEN'S OUTFITTERS =

very low, to close out. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. Sid -

Call and see for yourself. teas

T. HOXEli CCBTQS s. OF TEXAS. Mrs. SMOKE : Anita Fernandez Cigars I fiZ-; !--'"'

(ltr. Curt. W represents the southern col- E. N. Lawler.We ...... 0
kg. on the intercollegiate ..
ruin committee] football CHEW: Honest Money Tobacco. of,.3-"
( wlUUrin; ra.ii)! of le lIl11tlon" as the v t
BJOot Important feature of the new DRINK : J. 9. Coffee. tt**t '
style of game. "Of all the changes
t which have been proposed with a view ==-
to the eradication of the evils of the EAT: Armour & Co.
t Packing Houso
game, be ansert. "this Is the only one
which arconipllahea Its especial function

without In any way cramping the Products---they are the best.
development of the game as a whole."
He U confident that its adoption will ,.i Ls

e play retalt tboojrli In a not discouragement at the expense:: of of mass In- Leave Your Orders With 4' _

fwiulty In offensive work, which he Us
think forms one,of the most tascinat-
ing feature of football. V
for b
Many followers! of the game have Prompt Attention.
UVD Inclined to the opinion that the
tea yard rule would not trove to fe? C Pva e.T
what It wag designed for-the elimina
tion of mass play. Reid Live Oak
with this stand. but says "I Dot admit agree are pulling wires all the time, Brokerage & Commission
With A single end
in view,
that It Is
quite probable that .IrM.
.. we shall PIe I
M. teams making their Of proving to you the fact
l>y nw. play occasionally,ten but yards they That our Groceries will just suit you Co. Mw ,.. "

will not lit able to do it consecutively i. ...' -
We are headquarters for
enonsb to warrant them in adopting all thatis I'" ... _.8
maw play as the backbone of their usually found in first-class, up-to- Wholesale Srocers Srain .
offend." date grocery store and anything you and Jtay., .ihlw It .
Another rule which will hare a salu buy from us we guarantee to be freshand _, I.. .etta
tary effect on the abolition of mass of the very best quality. Country :----- I t '
play, IoJ believe! is the one which produce, vegetables,and the best { I .
tttttttttttttt'tt'tt1ttttt1't"'ti't't"t1"'t11t1tt11'tl"1r1' -
practically! forbids the bringing back I creamery butter on the market. E "{"!' { '{ "{ 'f1t .
of the line of the guards and tackles. ..
.Call on us or Phone 85. a
It U very obvious to see how this rule :: Try an Adver- J 111J J alter
will work out he says, because it Tir.tuall.1 E Evening : ..
tisementinthe Democrat ,.., ...
prevents Just the men who have MAYS BROS. 3 b,
made cuws play successful from participating ....

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.. \n\\\\\ii\\. ., "A'hydldti': | he Jet me :
know? 'I never'dreamed of this or of : k/L : :"
the Tillage being In each ruin. It wa* ':.,-j3.;c,

fi (G@w fairly prosperous when I went away. ?-

And Joe always wrote such bright ;

cheerful letters. jtelllng' how happy he '

I was with ,his animals.. I thought he '

! o ( I lI had a nice big farm that was well SKATING.

stocked. He. would never Jet me help

him. He had everything he needed, ho '

'f wrote and more And now this! Poor

3y FRANK, a S\VEETc. Joe! Poor Joe! I have been to'blame, ,

t for I ought to have come down and .
:Copyright.. lags by Frank H. Sweet .,. seen how things were going. I have j

r 1 : 11 H t % 11 :..% : I : I 1 I : I : I been 'too' busy 'accumulating money.

, And It was Joey who let me have all ;
town was dilapidated even EVERY
in its neglect As his little hoard when I went away, AFTERNOON

rIlE stranger stepped from thc How people forget But he shall never -

which be had want anything more. I will take .
ancient carryall
r, him back to the city with me and let
1M and hired from the station plat-
JB seven miles away he felt the nt- '

. Incongruity of it all Only uiae
from Wall street and it might!

n the opposite side of the world. \ WEEK
: :
looked about with an air of queang ,

reminiscence as though won-

ng if he could have been familiar y

any of this In a less critical pe- THISRA

of his life. M I

t the history of it was an open :: .

'. The young blood and thew had 7 L...{.; .

i In search of the car of progres3. __
many of the older people had fol-

jd to help or lean on them. The :

'' left were those who had neitheride S A % : : '.
interest nor Inside ambition .

turned to the owner of the carry- r'-- \L
who still regarding the dollar

.Ian. lives him you r with tell he pleased inquired me where interest Joseph Alis : 25 cents per hour for use IE

-noi not round here. An' still.*"

man's face Wrinkling into Intense .
skates. ,.
igbt "the name does sound nat'raL"e |
[ used to live in that little bouse
the stranger said *J .
the street, l MI r
tang with hIs cane, "the one whose

has fallen in." 25 cents for entire afternoon
)h. them Alibones," with an air of -

>f. "I thought the name had some- I

ig In It. But we ain't spoke two I FOL1XB THIS STREET EIGHT ON TWO

.aes round here since I don't know MILLS :| when parties furnish |

jn. It's old Joe an' fat Tom. an' him nave all the things that money can

an' big John that a-way. Before give."

doctor an' preacher died we did A man was coming slowly around the
out their whole names, jest to be theIr skates.
hot, with head bent, humming the air own
t up, but if s too much work right I .
of some boyish wood song. The stran-
ig. I ain't heered the name Alibone
ger sprang forward. "So old and bentas
out In twenty But
LC SAy. "
that he "Poor
thought JoeyrBut /
nger," his voice becoming more ani-
as he advanced the man suddenly -
ted. "that house has a big hist'ry.
raised his head, hIs shoulders
o' the boys went off an' got him-
squaring. There was nothing old look
scan'alons rich so he could buyroads
ing about Joe Alibone. His complexion \ ADMS
an' palacib an'-an' ships on FEE.F
ocean.. When we heered we looked had the ruddy color of Its youth, and
his hair had scarcely commenced to
him to send A wagon full of gold \
turn. Force might be lacking In hfa'face
T to his brother Joe, but he neverWhere
H but It was a face of perfect contentment

does Joe Joseph liver theAnger and happiness, gentle loving,
asked eagerly. thoughtful, benIgn the face of a poet

!.Something in the voice made therryall and dreamer of a philosopher. The

owner look at,him wondering. stranger gazed at him with wondering Porter DexterJ k

i then walk' twice around him, snap- recognition, then opened his arms.

92 his fingers from time to time and "JoerS! Joey His voice choked.

bdylng the tailor made clothes and You look Just the same as when I left

jk hat and gloves with frank admira- only larger.

m and awe. At last he stopped dl- At the familiar name Joe Alibone

tly I in front and looked curiously started his face kindling. He had not

o the stranger's face. "Be ye him?' recognized the white haired careworn Proprietors.

asked. figure before. But first he carefully

Where does Joseph Alibone live?' i placed a rabbit, which seemed to be

patiently. hurt, upon the ground. It was this he

Be ye him?" anxiously and without had been looking at when he came ?

least notice of the question. Then: round the hut with bent head. Then 'i1' Ti1'i1'. T8'e'-7E7I
ut of course ye be. The clothe 8'

>w It" Ue puckered his face concill- _._- ---,._
ugly and thrust It to within a few
het of the stranger's, whispering: nicer to look at Law: ; law, It doesn'tseem >ath. Tom followed with an odd look I contained seeds, as Bunny did ax

ow'd ye do it? I want to be scaa'- forty-seven years ago sense ye if amusement on his face. I care for seeds. Instead It pvlrd Its

us rich myself; always have wanted went off Tommy. Ye was thirteen Twenty or thirty yards on and Joe nose Into a capacious lower pne'.*-'

be" then an' me fifteen. stopped beside a tiny treadllke path where there were pieces of apple a A

Will you tell me where my brotheror All the time his band had been patting 1 which none but practiced eyes, would I lettuce leaves and green v ?.UMt

shall I ask some one else?" y r his brother's back as though he lave! noticed. But Tom even over the which were more to Its Ilklaff.Ytej

Ye be him then." Joyously. "Co'se might be a boy who needed petting and it became satisfied and returned to tide

want to see Joe right off. It's nat'- 1 comforting after some youthful trialor bushes with a Urge lettuce lest iu Its

Uut I'll toiler ye down soon's I an unusually hard day's work. k'e t" mouth Joe rcjolnM his 11r<<1Mr.
the mail an' find how Suddenly there was a low whir of tbn
sorted out "Do all wood trtatum k&nr you
done. Ye carrier an' wins, and a blue Jay dropped lightly .
see, I'm mail like that Jtxf' Tom asked. il at fwvioasly.
toaster both an' sheriff an' town upon Joe's shoulder and from there .

stable, But it's 'mazin' hard to a ")fOISt. but some of '*+ss's Bart thy
the crook (his elbow and
rk, an' when ye show: me 'bout get- hopped to The hermit thrush aid scarlet t.Mr
thrust an Inquiring bill into his blouse t' cI'-cc1r V
1 '
tcan'alous rich I shan't do a stitch : won't eat 'It''a 1 p dHftt'f l_ tit

? have mall come In here twicet pocket Then a movement on thestranger's >.::x woods, an' NimetiaiM I Lave to rat a
caused the bill to withdraw 1
part b
ry week. See this street?" s a ; > J good Ion? spell 'fore the arttii4g. Of
half rise. .. .
Yen.Vail." quickly and the wings to : ;:._ : I
the wood mole will Ottt la
come sight
!\ But the tips of Joe's fingers touched
foller it right on two mile an' But n-uer'ly ware gaud friends bm l.
the wings caressingly, reassuringly.
fins a little ntt,1 the rj,!.t hand said the U'l.l).lo&. \ learn to know M' M*
I "There there, Jaybird. he f
In the woods. The street.ain't a That's ; 'em jest as well as me pretty hull
soothingly, "it's all right my 1
t then: it's a path. But the hut's I 1 brother Tom, who's com In' home to stay 1 v S. Ye're: Loand to I 'm
re Its Joe's. with us. You mustn't mind him. Now 1 ljItti : a lioy."

at the stranger An'I I go a little deeper," opening his blouse "TTiut was a lour, long tint ....

was hurrying : pocket with. one of his fingers; "you'll Joe" was all. Tom sa 1.). R.t It was
Tall owner looked after him 1 Vt'ry"iltull,.
find the seeds there all right.
izhtfnllr. The blue Jay had cocked his head on Two hours later the Did o.o a,..

[Funny Low be went from here right HE StJDDETLT THRUST AV UfQUIIUSd BILL one side in an attitude of listening. b FJn from the lo: Btei upon y4t tWy b4

among folks drummers an' all' INTO THE BLOUSE POCKET. Now, as though understanding or recognizing 0 been sitting. Tears were ta ti. f'j*.

i an' sot ricber'n they did-scan he caught his! brother In his arms. his the opening behind the finger j of both.

I rich talks say. Funny! When I face strongly expressive of the pity as significant he suddenly thrust his:: "I am sorry, Joe." Ton said M I*
to the city I git skinned every and be felt yl held his brother's b n d. "| toj bat+sd
grief bead Into the blouse pocket drawing It yfH
Hut he does look old-older'n hU "Tom. little Tommy" he said the .. to take ,IoU lurk with...>. I ten I
out a moment later with the bill full of .
Joen' 'memter right '
if I
voice mingled with deep ; big house, with rrauts aad eafr4aand .'M,
love in
r Tom who Waal.ra4 seeds. With these be flew to a nearby .-j ;;i: :-
was youngest. was look In forward te .n4 I LL
self reproach, "I oughtn't to have let ; few
limb. Joe chuckled.
I didn't tell him I was Lisp stay off there so long a-worklu' an' few spending the n..>t of wir Uvr* Iwt.th.,. _.
kin him the ye "Jaybird 11 be kick ag'iu in a
boy who whipped "
But we must sew rarb otter ufavt.
a-worryin. I knowed It all the time, minutes" be declared. lie wouldn't'a'
before be run 0::. Maybe 'two M SAW THB! RABBIT HOP TO JOE'S BIDE. "Yes. often" agreed Jot'. with sot.
an' It
but I was easy an you was set. left elbow if I'd been by myself.But l
|*nrt me gettln' rich. lie, hef seemed less trouble that a-way. But Ioughtu't. he'll soon git used to ye bein' here forty-seven years of estrangement trembling "Ye must coat d...... As
1 hut was easily!! found for, be- recognized with a quick thrill a rabbitrun. for all ye've said It lUll 1n'6I' t. .*.
Tommy, poor little Tommy.I an' mebbe git to let ye feed him. We ,
1 the seven or eight; houses left was older an' should 'a' had my say.Ye've must fill pockets with seeds I this Is the best place Cur y* to H*#.
up your '
41ug In the it the only "Bunny, Bunny, Bunny Joe called.
crowed; old an' tired out while an' things." Several odd. Impatient Money gettln' has made y. ...1 aa'
at the And the But he was obliged to repeat It several
stranger saw.
worn out I've bu4 most o' bf
I've jest lazed my life away here In chirps came from different directions, my
owner had been right about times before a soft rustling was heard
the woods: But ye shan't KO off anymore and Joe glanced knowingly from one to but I've been happy an' bad t p**!
being In tb'ooJ for there had in the busbes and a pair of big soft
time an' I b'lleve I've b
lpM to fir
i Tomiry. There'ain't no need. It's another. "Jaybird 11 have to hurry.
i *o cultiva- looked at them from the
attempt at clearing or eyes foliage.
nice here in the woods, an' there's he ohser"or there'll be a lot o' bill everything roun me a little Miirr tta.
> The trees and bushes grew close i lone sees you. Tom. whispered Joe.
to plenty for bath, an' the house's plenty gettla in ahead o' him. They'd teen In some way humans ani fritter. Aft
tht'hut en all sides and a tangle "S'pose ye step; back Jest a little.
bfc. We'll set on the log step an' look here 'fore Ill'It it hadn't been forstulyln' I've kept youuz. I don't '..l a Wolder'n
tines had taken possession ofIrda Tom did so, aa-1 a moment later saw
round at the birds an' things an' talk. you. I have to fill my pockets'bout I did twenty yean ago. But
of the log step. As the'ger the rabbit bop to Joe's side and raise
It'll IH uic?. Do ye 'member' bow we twenty toes a day.D' 'tain'tonly o' course I ain't knowin o' your ways.
taw It and his eyes took In thens itself upon Its hind legs, feeling about
: r.se.1 ta ?et snares an' climb trees an' btr *. Jest come with mt a minute Yes, ye must come down often.
be paused with strong Joe with its nose. But it did not at-
OdO4 watch ttulr'K! We'll do It ag'ln only Tom." He turned gleefully in:'J blouse And so they parted, tub to remaia
froth the house 'tempt to reach the pocket that In the path which his life bid oyuU.
Poor ire" r.ou't'ketch 'em any more. They're the bastes, rtss aside ,
[ Joe! Poor Joor he said compassionately- ,


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: :'/ LIVE OILBAILYBEDCW .,SORRY: HE SPOKE. parison, ,with this' amorphous,_, 'aa4" .' !o> l; ,__ :: ',!I8'! _PLI

; We{ reproduce the. following from amphibious monstrosity rising like '

i thelJpeFunlak, Breeze because ofjtheelective all evil spirit out of the mud and DOWLINUPAMineral
:J. l11BLISBEl.EVERT PTEJtN09N, ", ,i '
,. and withering JebnHit m'tsis ot the mysterious Everglades.,
SUNDAY. .La \ -
%/ contains for those Individuals whose t e't .U ,. '

*F."-SHERWOOD" '--- """""Editor and r'Mgr. voices: are-evec.raised in,,behalf :ol I We have been seeing Hoke Smith's ."... ...' .. _OCR"

t booze and whose coarse and impertinent -[picture!_ in the Atlanta. Constitution< <:

11m LIVE Oil'PUBLISHIlG'COlPm.. tongues never lose, an opportunity every day for the last twelve monthsjup 'Springs: Hotel MIl _

to taunt a prohibition com-f to the date of the recent Georgia
HOT AND COLD BATHS t Ui4FlSS., ....t _
munity because an occasional "blind 'primary, and It was so infernally .--
Entered at the post-office, Lire tiger" gets in Its evil and lawless[ornary that we tuk a violent prejudice PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EMtt.,,... tMAflVP*

Oak, Florida, as Second Class Mail work. The Breeze quotes a whiskey j I agin the man and set him down asa ,
Matter. November 7, 1905.. town' contemporary as follows and { cheap screw who had no business -.
being nor even dogketcher. -
_THE ,DAILY DEMOCRAT will be then takes his hide off: i governor, F _
But'we were misled and cruelly
of people spent
our young :
mailed to any part of the Unitedetates
for Sunday at Svea where an allday sing deceived for Wednesday's Sonstilu- ADDRESS : f
postage prepaid $5.00per .
the ground tion decorates its front page with a _
year; $2.50 for six months; ing with dinner on was I

: the attraction. This is in Walton, large picture of Hoke which we take >
= $1.25 f or three months, or
one of West Florida's much touted"dry" to be a correct one, drawn by Clark
50 cents for five weeks, In advance. ARAGON HOT
counties and a man was arrested 1 Ho well in his calmer moments when
Delivered to any part of the city
there charged with, selling the scales had dropped from his
by carrier for 10 cents per week.
liquor after making several of the eyes and it makes us sorry for all

visitors drunk. Think of it!-Flora-I the evil thoughts we have had about AMERICAN PLAN.
DEMOCRATIC the next of who
la News. governor Georgia
For Member of Congress. 2nd Congressional "Yes, think of it. The man, according is really a mighty fine looking man

a District to the best of our informs- And wjiat -a deep, heartfelt joy to I ,
FRANK CLARK of Colombia.
tion a Florala man, and the whiskey Hoke himself that he can once more
Rates $2.50 and Upward. Rooms and
For Justice of the Supreme Court: he sold was from'! one of Florala's pick up" the Constitution without ,

CHAS. B. PARKHRJUof Eacambia.JAMES cherished grog shops, kept by the tongs and peruse his noble linen $3.00 and Up
class of men who do not want keepers ments without cussin a. blue streak -

For Railroad Commissioner.NEWTON of houses of ill-repute arrested to the peril of his immortal soul and
A. BUTCH of Levy. Cuisine and Service UisarptsseJ! ii ik -
because-'it will hurt business. The in violation of his church obligations,
r R.HUDSON BURB. of Dade.
s whiskey and the man came from over as was the case,when he saw himself

For Member'W Howe R. DORMAN.of Representatives: in Alabama where there are lots. of pictured every day in the .week as H. N. O'NEAU PRQPftBEAUTFUL

W.B.MCCLELLAN.For good people but in this Instance froma an exaggerated Pecksniff with the ---_. ,
town that voted to license saloons jowls of a prize hog and a' jimcrow
Tax Assessor .
4 A. D. HEMMING.For because the town officials were so lax halo hovering over his peaked head!

in their enforcement of the law that Truly the war is over in Georgia, and WOMEN
= TM CoUeetor.J.
.N.MEEKS. blind tigers, flourished like a green the Constitution and Journal can now ANDSTRONG

bay tree. Yes, think of it. Thinkof joyfully put their affidavit worksin MEN i

:l...z For County Treasurer: it again. The editor of a paper motion and speed themselves up

) G.B. LORD. that should stand for right and the again on the good old issue of which loon lot*' beauty std "' '
1 strength when kidney oi. ,
For Member of School Board: fear of God, giving a quasi endorse- I paper has the biggest circulation. e..ea msteni luaU en t&.m. .' ''} s '

M.A.ADAMS. ment to the illicit sale of liquor as Mat do not despair. R ,

R.: M. CARVER. he does in this article, and when the COLORED MAX WHITES LETTER DJUCcGEE'SBACKACHE Jt
E.R. WISE blind tigers flourished in Florala, who TO MEMBERS OF HIS OWN RACE. AND

was Mayor? Yes, think of It. Just Editor Democrat-Please allow KIDNEY CURE
For Member Board County Commissioner
M. L BURNETT. *: continue to' think and think and space in your paper to speak a wordof and will nealia.bring you bon b'*, ovtrleokti k to We ji,jli -

J. C. DAVIS. think, and the more you think, the advice to my people in regard to i> pain*in tn bkck--Cut I
jtH. "ull cone" feeling. t.e.ousneas .
GRANT.W. more you'll think. loyalty. haccs..cn.-has !

A. TISON.. '. First I wish to say that there is all point to kiti..jr et. .,"+;1 t' e
J.J.DEMPSEY. 1u one of etaQ.a. V.&w.4 +r
Teddy and his big naval display at room for improvement among our top thus t mal. aLe.*. b ,
'n lima by bn/inje a bottle ol + "' x.dnr. .
Oyster Bay were-all, well enough asa race. We do not look on the brightside this wonderful re uwdr to //*j ,, } s'.+s..o'c- _

The Kissimmee Valley Gazette neat little side-show attraction but of things as we should. as a rule. zuatlsm. A sure, Lus'sbilio euro ur Uluu and'V* -
drops cheerfully into the "obfustlcat-
the great ten-elephant circus with its i I hope the time will come when we 1srght's Dia.A e. At Tour a. 4 7t
ed" class on the drainage'Issue, along druzRlit s-.Sib and U.OO *
incomparable Jumbo fresh from all can see alike for our own good. Loa:.. : v
; with the Punta'Gorda Herald and the '
Democrat. Next glittering successes before all the A word to the wise should be sufficient

Crowned-heads of Europe, opened its so Mr. Loafer you had better

'"The Live Oak Democrat truthfully I I American season at Madison Square "skld-doo"'"buggers' are after you. LIVE OAK DRUG COKPAVTi i

Garden and sweeping in triumph Watch my prediction! The idler
says that 'in a community or com I __
half across the continent is now hungup has no place among respectable civilized H

moaweaith where everybody is at for refreshments at Lincoln Neb. people, and as a:rule the devil NOTICE OF SALE. MA.1V AfTKintWKATHKWU
work there is very/Tittle crime"Moral Notice Is hereby given that under
In comparison with that show Teddyand has him employed to do mischief and
: Enforce thQ vagrant law. and by virtue of an order
his ships and booming cannon commit crime. ; and keep the "green. touing UM _
Gainesville Sun. and other out of the court of the County Judge .. -
a spectacular effects are buta eyed' mon ter" 'stirred up. I don't 111Southern -

second rate attraction. The Sage of believe our Creator loves any lazy in and for Suwannee county, Floe '
Mr. Bryan has abandoned his contemplated ida, dated the 31st
day of
Sagamore bill loves the limelight, person, AH I have mentioned makes August
trip to Australia and New A. D.
1906, wherein and
but America's whereby
greatest private citizenhas the race problem more difficult to
Zealand, and will stay' here in his the
undersigned as administrator
courteously but firmly shoved solve Away with your loafing and
native land where he will be kept the estate t 1itIM 1U'Ici1E __
of J. A. Adams
him back in the wings and is himself idleness and go to work like men. late of
very busy for the next two years Suwannee i
in full possession ,of the centerof I think a man is in a sad condition county, Florida deceased

strengthening his party, watchingthe the stage. We don't need to mention i when he has to be compelled to was authorized to make sale of to "'0. O-fUtbjH & 'to. :

Hearst movement checkmatingthe much of the real estate of I Ttttt-. ..
name. work for his own self,,and it is this aald decedent e saw

Republicans, learning and per- i class of people who as may be necessary to satisfy I. 4 seat >> :*.. i iI
I complain of hard I .
hap unlearning, on the large question the
of The Times-Union reproduces that time There is an urgent call for indebtedness ,of said estate I, fJ2.D.J-J t.Ltlil 17.)1 t....
government ownership and I
masterly little joke of ours about Mr. labor all over J. H. Wetherington. as administrator
this .
otherwise getting things in shape to land, yet many of'the I:tHr. T s..
Koosevelt and his "spell" which we complain that they can't estate of the said J. A. Adams j
lead the Democratic party to victory get work. j I ?. i/. hits 1/1 *. Bi1.10
will not here repeat lest its delicate My brother you had better find a deceased for the purpose of paying _
two years hence. the indebtedness i $ -IUUl..fT, .....
flavor of
suffer from too much exposure, job. and what thou do, doeth itt said estate, will, e-

and""Short Talks" comments on i quickly. This applies to the loafer. on Monday the first day of October, Tea wt _.
The way the Democrats knocked A. D. 1906. between > 11a4 1 a IUMf1
in the following mysterious fashion. You are known although I the legal hoursof
the note
out ... may
..Republicans in Arkansas
"Short Talks" evidently suspects th know you. I hear about you and sale of said day and at the front I $:1l.)\- ,..,.. -. ...., ,
Tuesday was almost bad enough to
call for sincerity of the diagram which we read about you. The disease (idleness door of the court house in Suwannee "Of! ..
a warning not to hit
hard next so kindly furnished free with the joke. ) appears to be general amongour county Fla., bid off and sell at public M U ui tfnteiws -
time from the
Society for s
Hear him: colored out-cry to the highest bidder
people and
be "
the Prevention of
Cruelty to Can dl-
"The Live Oak Democrat therefor, for cash, the following
perpetrates stopped at once or It will lead dn-
dates. The Democrats will have 34 us tot cribed land *10JLV .\.&..t*. f*
a pun and then explains a a state of despair. or so much thereof at
out of 35 members of the State Senate
great length so that the reader shall Remember my brother may be necessary to pay the'Indebted. TtM as MM"II.
and 95 out of a 100 members of we are on ... ,
of 11 I' _
cot miss the point. We the ness the aforesaid
suspect the stage of action and estate ,to-wit:
the House. And as for the Democratic every man M ,... '.
The W ; ea'""'
editor of sarcasm. Hehas evidentlyread should play his part well-but loaf- & of the NW / of section
for governor, he was so many alleged jokes in eight f j3). in Township '10.3.1-,
sS.OOO votes to the good. Little various ering over the country is a drawback four (4). LtaM. bra
publications which he wished to our and south of Range fifteen (15) east TMMM4
his name, but large his majority. race the better element ly fift tineIREoiisf
could be explained that he has set must suffer in consequence therefor. ing and being situate the county of '
Ocala is himself the task of furnishing an ex-I' The quicker we rid our county and Suwannee and state of Florida. OeMwr t ;
reaching out for a big debate
ample. But we hope his lead city of such a class the J. H. WETHERIXGTOX.
between Governor Broward and better'it will ,::0.fu.U.Ii t ,...
not be followed. His efforts to be for
us and
Hon. John S. Beard on the drainage our children. Wee In the 'ft'L.w ... ..
the "delicate humor" of th should not keep silent but forth District Court of the I'nltrO ,
Issue, to be "pulled'off" in that city 1. Nt (*+,**, '
joke is highly humorous in itself- every effort to better States for the Southern
on the occasion of laying of the our condition.If DUtrk-t
cornerstone -
but beware lest some take it 'I i.7tFd4a. ftMrfe
of the new courthouse. The one seriously necessary we should give our assistance Of Florida.
It and proceed to explain hb I of carrying out and srir.. I*. ttfIV
enforcingthe In the
County Commissioners have extended witticisms." Matter of J. E. Davis and W. ,

a formal invitation to both gentlemen I vagrancy law to the very letter. E. Davis; Partners as Davit n'ro. 1'trtkrt1l toe Ort--'., re' "
Some of
to that effect and it is intendedto ua are law-abiding citizens theta, Bankrupts la

make it the biggest day with the deep The "obrustlcated" class in the I and we should assure the officers of To the Creditors of J. E.Bankruptcy.Davit and ';11.U....._ ..
science of
biggest crowd in the history of Ocala. Everglades drainage our aid and assistance. W. E. Davis, Partners as t.nt- .. "'"+

The Governor will never miss. such grows steadily larger the last addition Yours for the race, Brothers of Peacock, in tbe Cou-Paris ........
to it being the Madison
an opportunity as that to expoundthe Enterprise whose editor frankly New CHAS. ANDERSON. ty of SU anoee. Florida and Dis? it

constitution of the says tract aforesaid
Everglades.If Bankrupts
that the more he : il0.tt,1-trilsrrp. to.nMIr.
reads about Pains
across the small of the back Notice is .
drainage scheme the hereby given That on tk ... .-
he indicate
the Cuban rebellion holds out knows something wrong with the 16th day of August A. D. .1)
about it. DOC th iMrhat
Why t
not open a kindergarten kidneys. DeWitt's
and develops a large and energetic i Kidney and Bladder :said Davis Brothers were
school for the diffusion of Pills will duly ad I i ht .... .
f "army" of thieves, hold-ups, murderers quickly bring relief. A ,judicated bankrupts; and the ... .

"i and all-round rascals and ragamuffins primary learning on this subject? week's treatment for 25 cents, Acton meeting of their Creditors firs ... ,. ,

The Governor could give us lecturesone the liver too. Sold will b>>.1 ..
whose "pernicious activity" by City Phar :held at the Court House In Live ....

will niake travel unsafe outside of week and the Times-Union might macy. I I In[ the County of Suwannee Oak ...IIs,...,
spare us a professor for Ij Florida.
similar ..
Havana will be so'much the better purposes j I in[ the District aforesaid .. ,
on the
the week following. But Dtb ..
anyway ..
day of
for Florida during the coming win- September A.
give us Buy Cigars HOC. at 19
more light! We your at
o'clock in '.Lt s
ter. The tourist travel in the Island the forenoon at which
are perishing for illumination on time ,..... .. .
from the States will be shut off and this dire Florida Book Supply Co. the said Creditors may attend sth4

the tourists will make themselves and dreadful problem which 1 their claims appoint a Truttrc prove Nr Afi....-. -
hangs over us like a nightmare and ex* '
satisfied to remain with us duringthe make take the form of and win a box free. Thirty amine the Bankrupts, and transact
jimjams at i
entire winter And,if you've got ehances in 1,000 to win from :such other business as may properly Jh i

the price where in the wire world any moment unless our understanding come before said meeting. (11' I......., fit. .

can you ,get mare health, pleasureand is clarified as to its true inwar.dness. I one cigar a box. Also get a FRANK D'FEKhO. J "... 1 t-f th

recupernative comfort than in The government ownership of vote for most ,popular young Referee in Bankruptcy.I j ,..,... t .- .

the American Riviera railays is simplicity itself in. cot -):lady in Live Oak. Dated Lake City, Florida 4th day r' I IUH WI'i4llr,1 *! I.
ri' '
of: September ;
A. D. 190?;
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:- Hon. B..F, h ._ ,: .. "'o.l! :
!1 CUE THEY GO -Umstead. of Pine Grove of the Southern Rail -' --- '
section is in the city today transact- Live'Oak. -
Ing business. \
'it !: ... .

TN KM* Aid Some You 1. Ztiibwn.\ of the t H RockySink t !hlnSon.oto_ the of city.>DeLand, i3a., : THE BON TON. I

Beat Know. neJsbb.oI laood. is in the city today onbusiness. vv ,
:: '1 ,
Mills and daughter.
,' __ -f, .. ". .. are visitors in the
; iItIft "
If rata oat: Educate for business'toy one A beautiful line of Gi -

of our. $4&< scholarships.' .tay for Shirt Waist Suits.

F Bntlnesa'College., .. Mrs. JL. Lee left : _
-* over
setts it Ui& x. v. Ed141 / i cMrs.
Line for points'In I IILAR
1_ aa4 It sets per jar
afternon for .Woodcock to visit relative 1 HATS DOLONE DOLLAR !
[ .LT *+eral foaf a&d ali- there..De.WUt'aJJUlaEarly. \
.. this McGeh of the McGehee ,
trtfef* APPLY at office .. I
i ___ I tJ.i J is in the city at
I& Risers. Pleas- business. \ Three-cornered George Washing! :
W..Sk, At the City Ilestaaraatwait ant little pills that do not gripe orsicken. a

tIff"!"";' ''' rwuaraat IIb.. Sold by City Pharmacy. ,Mrs. T.C. Bradford left /va ton. Hats for Babies, Girls and "s ,-.

I. in Madison today,, it Misses. Prices
75c. and
See Helrenston Brothers about that : visit to relatives here. :
ij;. W A J.rda> Is up from the accident insurance. They have just

..., t* attead tb- feats erK what
you are looking for and it costs one of Suwannee's
__ "W NUlL but $1.00 per thousand on Shirt'
per annum who lives a few miles \ PRICES REDUCED -
I' '-
is in the ,
city 9
today on
!f iSTIK* A po.tloa of say kind P. M. Lanier. of Rossburg is

I Ji*t..... taus. Address "P." ear.li. here mingling with friends and \ To come and look means a purchase.Mrs. .

eta ttad f a
I acquaintances today.
: Peacock of Perry pre- / ur:
the First National \ -
fie. ."..lltt'at firmer \V. carry a large stock of fine ; *
merchant of that boom
e. t1,. a. $1ttlsaielt I* |Q tbftatMetiftf visiting cards and print them neatly /

ij ....., .,..1..... I la office any style desired at the Democrat .a business visitor in M C. W. Bache.lK7KKJiflIs -

iitl IMtJ ***r scbolaraht pin I / .
is today in receipt #/ : /Rwl rrTr 7T tE
aeeaWt 111 8 uati to 0..11.if' FOR SALE-A pair e :
wars from J. B. Barton who,.
.0f cbfckens. ,
t 3ac lame Apply to '--- "
Barton is now in Mexico
Elliott on East Duval St. i
to send the Daily 1-
c $ f* ed Re. iburg, It la tbi -
Antonio Texas as h
iteg kasdf vita friend* S. P, Rozear a prominent citizenof
g lPn btasliss feature.t Tallahassee was in the city awhile in a few. days.
Y od
today enroute home from GainesvilleJaiper
the list of
L incoming pa o
4i iff all ace.pUDg D in the Medic a _
0* give V fisted at oat to Hart a goody reliable cif l-
City. Saturday Sea
tip fMtff -i wtbsta hn d. len of 1to burg neighborhood, was _-
the names of J. B. Ba r-
/ pleasant caller at the Democrat office
; ; of this city, in the li st.
today.of .

L 4t&<*r 9tm Mr. Jaa, All s. ForDyspepsia
Mrs. McQueen Chaires, of
t k f8it. 111bear atto Prof. L. M. Hatton president of -
ho have been at Dowling
vs' b at the Southern Business College is in .
week spent last night in
far r M b H. Madison this afternoon in the inter
guests of the Ethel. Mr.
gists of the college.
from here to Gainesville,
ttt4 1lra.i !bait.! Is best, .
he will be initiated in Gives rest tp the stomach. For indigestion dyspepsia
sour ttonacii
01i'= + d toe eewltbt4t 01 II, 0. Peoples,.of Dowling Park -
and Protective tired stomach weak stomach,windy stomach, puffed stomach COlYM
4 _1 Iwf, tainting p1lw .a. was a visitor in our city yesterdayand stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A prompt relief.
tr r= rsua honored the Democrat with a

calL trmnrt ..U.Lalle I D/gera Iltlat very Eat ..... ..
I f ....... M r........., tptrlal ---- CURE A FELON" "J.I.JlJolI.C.DaWi.o.Cklu.I NtM Aa f A*a BN"ao... a1ll.af I.. ..t.."..IE: ]

.. 'lilt Ms.t4aad Casual, J. H. Johns and mother of 'Ho u-

l M M ..* tttf 01 Mtitttt* stow were in our city today enroute Kendall of Phillipsburg, -'--.
cover it over with Buck-
1 !i u' 11.B1 ...., home from Lafayette county: where I have received the prettiest line
Salve and the Salve will
r they had been visiting relatives f'i" of library and centre tables ever

_. A* J.*.l.r, Uit4 Quickest cure for shown in Live Oak. Come around

,.., wr sue- l taaiftr from the Dr. J. M. Barclay! at, Woodstock ,Sores.Salt'Rheum Scalds,, Wounds Chapped and let's look at them. E. S. Tul- EDWARDS x

'I..1L lid ...... <** a 7 store his week, visiting his daughter. Mrs. ; lock& Co. It -. ._-
.. *. .. Is,*, ... I* frost of ballentlne. who has been quite sick. Feet and ; Sore Eyes.

ftw.*.. CM. Mitit ____ A Barclay...& Groover's drug I 38 acres in South

Some new views oT \Suwan n ee i PROFESSIONAL CARDS.L. East Live
--- -- -- -- -
ft> ** a ....*, .fNNt'end Kiver the best yet are among the Oak-ly-

.f A. Arssoa Hotel, mammoth collection ot post cards on COUNTY WET AND .E.ROBEBSOH. x A B.SMALL. ing East of Ohio

.... ... af (*. W.t A utels eats at the City Pharmacy. ELECTION TDOBERSON& SMALL, .-

... hi. ......*. if that ewe.., Christian Advocate.)"\ Avenue.

L .- tea, Mr it. X.by J. D. Stringfellow of Richmond.Kla. stated last week; Madison ATTORNEYS .:. AT -:- LAW This is
.. a member of the firm of Brown, fallen into the line in the I a :

Sirlngfellow & Tucker is in the city after an exciting contest. Will do general practice in State and I tract for '
.atm .'p44.. a toliIw taglib today enroute home from a pleasant J. Gray who labored night Federal Courts.

et rMi.4tla II l vUlt to Dowling Park. the cause of Temperance Room 1 AND 3 [UF-STAIBS Lzww BUILDING. ion to the City of

use "P.' Re of I Ibis furnished us with the fig 'PHONE No.190.
tfat Mrs. Walter Armstrong of Live the handsome majority Live Oak. Within

Oak who has been spending a mosent nth dry side: we think that :S. BROWN. F. E.TBOMASON.
f I I ILl-:'mI .W If In the mountains of North Carolina .the largest majority BROWN '& THOMASON, five minutes walkof

..... 4e jaekaiu iI.... 1)i. arrtted la Ocala Tuesday afternoon at any rate it places this
.U' i Mri a, .bV. and will House
r a Ww ..waI&D. spend a few days with her among those who are in

... es ..> MrKMI tlrlnw aeon i sister Mrs. Walter Bishop.-Ocala PHYSICIANS &_SURGEONS, Lots 150 yards

wit a kr .bu' rev rea' [tanner.uat. Tigers" is always the cry LIVE OAK.
: : : FLORIDA.
*t .r ft ft**** .. t*. (**M C oppose local option, and from this proposi'i

Uncle Dan Tedder is in of
receipt that
*.*-l>fc.i IUlfr tan op a*d I la a letter from his brother who ii vesites here. Now is are the already time T M. DIXON, \tion are selling today t

? ......... store opposite In Levy county, in which he n a Law and Order League JLJ*

\t.. ..- fc*,w rmk cakes and some rather bad scraps among the up tte nefarious traffic DENTIST. at $1,000. !

.. d- h.aaa.. lukcry.H darkles down there. One fracas occurred done if the right effort

at some meeting and one or we believe that those ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDCZ
tatea .4 t4.e (>*k are IntUK! two cot their brains shot out. Another in such a large majority WORK, : SPECIALTIES. i
.4 t! 'M k 4 family : $6,500
f. MH iotuw got rough and the "old of the legal sale

a. : b4lwiuos at 2 o'flotk"rs. man" attempted to take his wife i to drink will be equally as M.E.1 BROOME,

-*. fi...", s'. .ill ,lpUBm the block and chop her head off, butthe now. The fight is tt
*W. la. la the general melee
siMMrlal ad- following they must be
prepared for
ATTORNEY& the 38
$44 ..we"'I.. ..f ta. IjkJlef old man bad hit arm broken another 1 COUNSELOR AT LAW. acres.

...,14 the N Ot1d. She Injuries received which will the figures showing the LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. I

.<4e tt>tI iw 'h paw.* of probably result in his death. The election
: Will practice in all the courts of the State. Spec Real Estate and Inveslsetls
t.Lt ..... trawraalbf bee- letter also recorded the death of his Precincts. ial attention given to Conve,aAces, Cellaetioa
of Rents,Etc. All business
.. promptly attend
nephew Wash McCollister. "
For 65; against 142;

.. tit ........i f..tt. Of boat .ITXKIIAL'OF Slit. WALTER COL- For, 13; against 7; I Phone .

i. .i ..t ,.. e..crt of[ the LIXS. 0; majority. DR. J. W. WEST, I
e w I.S.$..,. that the 43; against 51; thrown I' -------
_\tI Hot po4eil .4S.a atone' Mr. Walter K. Collins died at his 8. Physician and Surgeon. Don't Have Your Cart

.. -.,., -. a.... 01 a41iAluSoD. home yesterday afternoon at one Hall-For, 9; against 32; Office: Carroll Building Ohio Avenue.
tt o'clock aged 36. He had been sick 4 majority 23. Ethel
"" s Mtbf ...utW.s art ; Residency at Hotel Work
: au, '... ... ...,. for| the but a short time although his health '-For, 19; against 94; Phones:-Office..No. 168.Reliidence. Butchered .

-ID... ,... ... prt "* f was not good for some time past. The 2; majority 75. .Nos.23 or 163.
cause of his death was brain affection, -For, 5; against, 64; Drug Store (Barclay&Groove)No.'. :At the )lille! eeeOf0 .

The funeral was preached at the 3; majority 59. j.

.. Advent church this afternoon at 3 -For, 1; against 35; .OOr 0+0+0+0+0+o +0+0 +0 I Ii -
wf tae t..rskip busy o'clock by Elder H.
+Mtlr. most Of the deceased. Skipper pastort 3; .majority-For, 15 34. i t I am 1M IimMr I cart MI.

', *..."' ..... .. -ttlrl+ all Mr. Collins was a highly esteemed out, 5; majority;56.against, f Wood 1. i f
V hte ftcfw*. and citizen of our county and was a mem- For, 8; against 16; ?
: <* E r a<,|maii>. but her of the Woodmen of the World
,-- .' .*. ....4flC of t.flD. and of the Knights of Pythias and theN (); majority 8. ? A 2 horse wagon load of I Build them uI For (0
\ ,
f ti- ..PeMa ..... ." .,. members of these two orders attend- 1; majority; against 14" 14; 2 18 inch wood for $1.50. b tee. Have limit llimfrgja .f

'> a+.... ... 10aa4 dual *d the funeral a body as a mat
-For, 7
kofj ; against 56
38 % ; 0 }Furnished Short am Building hWt" vtrut .
swei other the respect and esteem, in which he 3; majority 49. Notice. .
..-. =3 '$; 4* ad It k data held For Beat
i Ytll by these orders. j -For, 11; against, 11; l.f f W...
"ft. *4 .Nma the j After the funeral at the church, ( 0; majority i Leave orders at M. L. Burnett Co,0
,. ... .... --- .* k* aaitosa to i'i; the body was interred in the city i ,- -196; against 593: : 2 H. jYI IEERLI'. Wt A "

cemetery. TT; majority, 397,
0+01o+or o.o+ototQiC>,Q+01Qi \

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the used, build _,.. 17iI'nQrf, t"? :. _s .i'
I ray o! : |' } constructed therein,',and 1.- '_...- ..,, :.L.__a: _' 4 : :: 1:fi.
and -
more torthe violation: "" ORAL ... -- '7__
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market .. Attest[ J.r J_.tIatII( ., ,. -- -- '

aC angles the City Council S p )IA.'DOttf.: .' .
by .. .' ; :_ .-
greater Mayor of .the City of Live ,. r
Minor Ball W .: ..,
Joe Kell y. ; Jk S. P. )fays; City CI_ 1iW"i! -- --,,_- .

had a turn 1.-That the following City of Live Oak Florida do '-'

aer. His parts and portions of the certify teat'the. above and t D ;.,.,..- ,...'_
Talk i! entitled to Oak Florida, are here- Ordinance No... 61 was "" -- --- -
League and declared to be the =- -"'>.: .
ed by the City Council on '
| Ion is still t at t .... ._ __
because he of the City of Live Oak day of August. A. D. 1101. .f.Io.r_' 1.; ;;::

.. to-wit: I same is hereby certified to the ..,.. .--2:; "
a major intersection of --. ;,.. :
at the for his approval ; '"
t .. ": '
; -
Hanlon huge income with Suwannee Street Witness my hand and the ..r._ ._.....-, .-
Ned .
of ":
Manager George South along Suwan- said City this 17th day of 1' '" '-'

team has eighty-five (85) feet A. D. 1906..

Cincinnati to Retire ing the through the home place S. P. MAYS City .. .....a *...*.,.- -<-. ''".'- -

regulars of McGehee to a point on (SeaU. > Willi. 11 ... ., "_
From Game? eighty-five (85) feet It
only others Examined and approved by r "'- .
society in Conner Street thence South t the 17th day of August. A. a I IlL

ter of Street to Wilber Street, E. !] i # -

GIG'11 Smith of Buffalo Only i Providence thence along South Wilber along Street Pine to T Mayor City of Lire Ss aitese -ft. ,,.

h.Jcv i the XOTICE OP ELECTION. a+s s

Hltttr In Eastern -- Lancaster Parshley Street Street thence to Ohio East I 'sJ.Y .. .. '- 'f..'\!\!
I I by ...__ .... _
League. thence North along Ohio To the Sheriff of Sunaanrc taw .. ............, ,
other league to point on the Eastern ,.. .... -4 -
solitary .300 of Ohio Avenue directly op Of the State of Florida I. .... ti T ,:
President Southern boundry of Wil H 11<'.. &> 11>,
Idsoager ? ed IIanlon'8 retirement

... bawl&I may foltow this season's (Ind.) club thence East through the Be it Known, That I, II. ** -*? -
Freeman, of the estate of N. M. ... ... arm
(*O4 with Cincinnati. I to CRAWFORD, Secretary of j .... .at -
a point opposite a point jI 0 J-
team who
Tb* (vrvwr Brouklyo aDd Baltimore I I Street twenty (ZO) feet I the State of Florida, do tst.Jgird "'"_
out hit .. .... =
a or It. ..
trIr hu ftar1e4 of trying to aecom- j!( .
boundry line of the .
i notice that a [ is MIll .... s
.Itoti wonders without talented helper I Sox. Mr. owned by Robbins & Mc C .... ... ... if--S r

*. C ca xatoo strips Hanlon of price North to a'point on General Election best[t.. .,... .. ..,,,

L $.. el bit prestige as a great devel- It was Street to a point opposite a.will be held in Suwannee .. .. i- .--

..s of pUyen. A few more years of ular draft (20) feet east of the I State of Florida on Tuesday I .... tt* %:'--x: .... -
." IS ....... ;
with line of the -
boundry -
i property succeeding the first Monday Ia ,. ... Os "".-.
Robbins & McGehee on _
season ember A D.. 1906, the said '
thence West along
White Sox. "
Street to Haimlton Street, day being the JT:::_ .
..&. --
Good for along Hamilton Street Sixth Day of November I 1I"MJ' ,......" :

cold the Street thence West ....., --
along For One Representative of the ... ,
11111-- '
the work to a point one hundred Congressional District of !r .. '-
Honey and west of Ohio Ave., thence t MIa- '" ar
in the Sixtieth
Hayne Street thence West f#.- -
tive cough United States. r 1i:
Street to the main line atg#
ates. Sold Coast Line Railway For Two Railroad

LOW along the main line the State of Florida. ...- >

Coast Line Railway .. ... .
if *** 1Ie'
lY5AGU Street thence West along Two Justices of the Supreme ........... 5* '"'- ..
of the State of Florida. ....,, '
Third Streets to the rail .
.M sI tis a a !it -
I known as the "Y", thence For Two Members of the r .... *. -
t The along the railroad track Representatives of the ... ,.... "" \ -.-:,. "

road will the "Y" to Church Street Florida. ....,ai.el.artrs...... **-.* ----'l/F-
r Jacksonville along Church Street to .
thence East along For County Assessor of ?sees. INJ.itn..,.. ....,

indicated. Street to Suwannee Street For Tax Collector.For *!. rfat 1 IU r? .
ak- -
from other ar
of beginning. .... .. _
F County Treasurer ii :--
$17.65-) 2.-That no person per .... MM** ... -

or corporation shall be al For Five County A,..siafGSe...,..... a..ss i.. --, --
For. Three Members of the
permitted to build con
to IMW MM k% -
enlarge or repair any Board of Public Instruction. i ibe+ e..*+.. . .
turn ...... ..
I ** 11---
or structure within the said For Justice of the Peace in .. '.... I w,,,
as described in Section .... .
ber of this Ordinance whereof the following Justice \ "" .at..-, 4-

material including the roof Viz: No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. { ...4.+.!a -
$32.20- ..... fA w to -
or other combustible ma 7, No.8. No. 10, No. 11. \ .... ... .- -
all buildings or '
cNo.. 13
No. 14. No. 15, No
inch failures as bare piled up in the 7th. buiided or construct .i. ss9eedr >
No. 17. i ; itra y- -
put four or five years would put HaIon' days .the said fire limits shall be WM'ftSti. rid ,

name into the lowest ranks as $32.8o- brick, stone, rock or some For Constable In and for the Ski* **m4 i". -...

an Intplrla baseball leader. not of a combustible l ng Justice Districts, vii: No. .. dot._.. -.......00 _-

Recently llanloa was heard to say 11th firm ((J. That any person 2, No 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6. ..Hl4.. BttMr_?. .'Ii. .;: --
s or corporation owning -
that he had seriously considered retiring No. 8, No. 10, .No. 11, No. \ .aI \ _.J.-=-
from baseball limit r'f any wooden or other ..........,. -
The Cincinnati
now within the said Fire 13, No. 14, No. 15, No. .as4 ttiesrarf

club pays llanloa liberally and this repair the same by first No. 17. *"Wlf* "" '" '"
fact influences him In sticking to the $10.60.- tq the Fire Committee I | ...tai ......... ....
.. .. .
heInTestimony Whereof I have.o..Ib'I'i 14I!! if' $'"
game for this season. It may be the the plans or nature of t .. L to4. fc "'*-

means. of drawing him out for anoy ober d to be made and unto get my hand and : : .. .. .... bJIr

them) from said Fire Committee great Seal of the State of .i .....' .,....t"-""-" ., ."K. .ar

of such repairs, and a at Tallahassee, the Capital ; ti.essrarl IIiIIQ .....A- ..,. r W
I authorizing the same Pro tile first ...,. tri. Mrs .-
of .
day September ,
with ; I. .era fc a=.es .os -
the Fire Committee is not 1906. .* s- ,It.._.. ,/
to allow repairs j I '- ....- -
an or structure where (L.S.) H. CLAY 1 j ...... ... .... .- .... .
... .. litx :
can would be worth more Secretary of ..... ft* .....--. -<$
building or structure desired ... ,.. .....
I ber Provided further To J. H. Rlckerson Sheriff I .... .... -, -

$17.65-) the Fire. Committee at wannee County. ufii... ..... --

give a permit to either "T\ -

repair or enlarge '
crt 16th : within the said Fire NOTICE Of EUCTION. i *:-

any member of the City WHEREAS. The LejrUUiur. of IK*. I ..... -
knowing of such permit, o b- Constitution of U&5.of UM State W .1 -J I W **-*
t ? same for good reasons, it pass five Joint Resolutions propuaw*"'*im. t*
the to the Constitution of UM SUU W .' .* ...w* *".
fee : duty of said objecting the same were freed to by a Yata W ., .. ap ...s-
of the City Council to fifths of all the member*.WcUd W tack ).,' i. ...
of objections to such that the vote m Mid Joint KewjIulKiM ..... ." 0...._
until tered upon thier respecUv Journals .-' '... _
Mayor whereupon and nays thereon and they did de...... "r ..... ', st
$46.05- be the duty of the Mayor to direct that said Joint resolutions U w. _' 4 __
work or repairs stopped the elector of the SUU at the GarJ .,,*. "'" ..
in November. 1906. .. ,"'.,h .,
question of allowing the p erNow.THEREFORE. I. H. Cwt Catty .ru I ... .-*. IIIo
: be passed upon by the Ci retory of State of the Stale of }'hKtdrtI .ie ... ;.. .. -
give notice that aGENERAL ... .' ,
$38.40- 3.-That framed buildings ,.,.., ,
with sheet iron shall not be will be held in each county In }Florida. .. ".a w.
U>C dusty lit n BOSTON AMEBIC to be built or constructed next succeeding th.first M.Jftda H. .s... ,
UTCBJULCrtgtr. said Fire Limits. A. D.,16, the said Tuesday teiitl* W .

... SIXTH DAY Of w W
[ .. IM t. | catcher In the American 4.-That hereafter when NOVtMBtR. ,..W
MM* U DOW tack la uniform for the firm For the ratification or rejection of u.. .
u.... Daily to persons or corpoia- ote asv
AiiMrk*&> after seven months Resolutions proponing<< ArorndraeaU to UM .. too
.f kl\ICroe1 s &l1ne..1 trip desire to build, construct, tution of the State oll'lorida. via: ..

or repair any building or Aaiicut *..... f,,.. -
,ear but almutl every one eventually on sale to within the said Fire Limits That the following amendment XXVUI U : .... _. _;!,, _
sets enotjfti of a gaud thing. ., formation such building or of the Constitution of the Suu .......... I It.
Th fr" h' nauai-rr U well provided etc., will they shall submit the plans it u hereby agreed to and shall bu aYil/a. ( ..... > s -
of the the electors of the State at UM general ....,. .
fof !U bat ama wl a fortune. Hank application same to the be held on the first Tuesday afurti. : i .

.. OM of UM chief owners of the G. of the said City for in November A D.. 1SU6.for.. .. *.s...< .te JS>
of said Committee tion. ,.. .
lUUitaur frtnchlke In the Eastern Fla. 1 Committee, if they a Section 32. The Governor.the .... ......4.*t* *1d
f "'cue. TU club hs been a big wmMf such pTreasurer,the AtUrney General and UM i ".... I .. -
plans and specifica sioner of Agriculture of the Stale of t... _
BMacUlly, and thU fact has help .\ issue to such person per their successors in off.ce. are Kerrby <,..+ +*- -" '
ed and designated _
lUbta to rkbe or as a buttrd of drwaaa."
a building etc and are hereby autfaoriaed and .. .
IVrt art a half doevo men waiting / \.\ If such plans and specific establish a system of canals draw*. U*{*, .. .

to &ii Into Utulon's place. Eoger not approved by the sale and the reservoirs of such dimeiwii and ...... ..., ,. W..**
judgment of said board of .
dnuM .
BtMathaB then .
of New such '
York is favored An building or sioners is deemed advisable to drain awl > .'
Carry llfm&ana. the Cincinnati o wn limit in shall not be allowed. 1'r0- the swamp and overflowed Into..... ..<...:- + V-
that such of Florida IUch __ .. ...
If. TU IU U nearly had ida to person, deemed rv" :
Billy UT- j firm or by said beard .rf d,.....* i ..
I __ corporation should sioners from time to tune, and to tnilit -..
themselves aggrieved b> irrigation of the lands rccliunwd and ta .. .
of the said Fire Com such canals, drain*,leveva,dill...ai...... '. ..
such manner as will be mutti'tnnM ... .
appeal to the City Co \
In- territory so drained the State fit I .... _
building habitants and the
permit, and up- cuRunere Uwfwl. _.
appeal to the City Council, missioners Section 33. That UM b.rd U .... ..-
are hereby aulHurtMd aid i
Council ( .. .
may grant refuse s
or to establish drainage dirtntuaad bit .k-T. I' .....
thereof the State t4 FW4 .
1 SUANNEE 5.-That any person who board of draina.le _iM_,... *... <
th9riRd and A'
unuomtrcd w .. I6sI
or attempts to violate any of of all the alluvial or swamp uT....._ .'-. *..,
I of this Ordinance, lands within sues dl'&lAap dykt .

i conviction therefor, be- seeding tracts. and levy thereo? &II ac,..... t.a > >-...-,
teD cents per acre yes sasses. .. .
Mayor of said City be annaaIJy by said baud III. ...
Bread c4 oraiiiatf*aM ay .....
Cake, Pies, by a fine not to exceed five and the various.Ux a.ce.r..a fit UM 'a teu _
ties embraced i
dollars ($500), or by im- drainage district part or la shah ..... J *-
or dutrku 7
iK H r.... .
in the City prison for list lists V k
or ud
Cakes made special to order/-! a ofJ1e enter th..am.wa "". ... .'-
exceeding three months county or count**in w>ic> su>fc h+ ,
Specialty. Mays Bros. Broome 6.-The provisions of this lie and the amount so In..d b, U....... .! .....-...
age coramufiionen in tuck _....., at J .
shall apply to the be V--
owner, may prescribed by the board U dtSaJ
'Surrency Powers and ..... ..
G. W. contractor or workman on roiBBiouen from tuna to ti ...-.1.1-4.!...J- .*... t
be collected by UM Mr
gout bread and building or various Ui prfWrtuiiL .
no others. structure. counties wherein such IOTM* ..*>. .... **Tt -.* ,
7.-This Ordinance shall[ other taxes are eolIe effect immediately upon its and pay over said amounts all.a.a t. as.eaer *
of drainaae eommiawuaR-. MId J -
i by the City Council and ap- shall have a lien superibr to all ..... 1s..
the Mayor. the taxable lands ut any svck drainac*...
be enforced by -/TT
tax Wvy.fo.tw cost ..
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IDLE MONEY By Willie WestHe _


Tries to 2fc Funny and

Money often l lies idle Hands a Roast to Schedule Effeethr:Nose mUr tt. 1M.o.N : ,, :!

Tom Sharkey Nw 34)) TwoTniosEut.. No.. 13'/' NO&TJlANDWI6T -
9 05a T 65DLv..JacklonYille..Ar, .lap '
ArJaeksoavtib, A.
opportunities for
11 10 Lv. .J.e.up..Ar
4Op 10 SOp Jearop. GA.&tiJu
120p655p 12 15p Lv.Savannah.Ar I 60a'Lv,Ma**. Ga.A Uy.Lv
Joseph Gram Is
a milkman In an 6 OOa Ar.CoJumbjaLv
5 20a Ar.Atlaat.Ga.3.a,...
investment; but these obscure New York hamlet Jainea J. 10 06p t Ar..Charlotte.Green9boro..Lv-.. :Lv 7 3Ua Ar.Itom0.O.S. By.L*'
op- 8 !Sa 1"'D.hua.Ga..S.a,.Ly -
Corbett. actor bon vivant Bometlme 206. 8 lOp Ar..DaBvilla..Lv 8 4Sa.Chatanga..TS.KT.LT
6 SSa 6 4gp Ar..Richmond.. Lv S SOp Ar.LexinrtoKQ.A C.L,
pugilist and all around
portunities not come good fellow 4 17a 4 20p Ar..Lynchburg.Lv: -!fOp Ar.ane-natipsJ A C-L -
dwells in the same town. While on 6 02a SlOpAr.CbarlottecvlUeLv 8 40p Lv.CiBevnatttOBi .i.A.
his 9 Wa 9 60p Ar..Washington..Lv U Ar.Chicago.: Ill Big 4.Ev -
week month morning rounds the raliiman of- 11 39a 11 asp Ar.Balt mOre..Ly 8 : ._
every or even fended Mr. Cor ktt's 1.000 bulldog and 1 45j 2 35a Ar.W. Phi1a..-Ly Ute Lv.CmettiPa..,_..,..... "Pa.Line u-.A.-
4 lap 41 30a Ar... NewYork..Lv A. .Lv
'. complications followed. Mr. Corbett --- 8 &5p 'at1c.H.I.Db
In the meantime this Noa.34 and SI-"New York and Florida Express 123. ArChictgoMoaRouULvLv.Cin'BadC.H.4D.Ai
year. appeared and
according to the milk ,"Daily Pullman Drawing Room Steeping S 5p
man. he (the milkman) handed Jim anew ,Car.Port Tampa and Jacksonville to New York. 6 20 Ar-ToWo -

: money should be earning kind of a wallop and left him Limited.Noa 30'WaahiJlgwn" Daily Pullman Drawing and Room Florida Sleep. 125*{ 1'-Detroit''w. -,U'v MJCO.P.M.LT

crying for help.: ing Car.Jacksonville to New York. Dining Car. 9 30p I Lv 'utlBi-:Fo r.AT
6 fe> Ar.CleveLnd.BigFoarLv_ .
'something and it That In the milkman's own story andIt 5 SOp,
; can No.30 THROUGH LAND or THE SKY ILLv.LouV'lt.ol.leD.s.s..Rp..u:
must be true. 8 Wp !a v,
However Jim's 7 55p Lv..?... Jacksonville, Fla._.-Ar g&!Ar.St Louia..S. RyJ.
place it in this bank. story Is that the 12 Ife Lv???....Savannah. Ga._.,?.Ar.Columbia 10 02a Ar.Annuton.A S.Ry-Lv
you milkman approached to hit him. Catch- GOOaAr. .._. S. C..........Lv 12 OlaIAl'-Bina'bamA.s.k1.Lv
ISOpAr. .....Ashville. N. C._LvHot 6 Ar.Memphia..Frueo..Lv
a of
Ing the
exchampion'sface 2 37p Ar...... Springs. N. C..Lv ..!.Ar.KanaasCityFriacoLv! ,
he cried. "My glory, it's Jim Cor- 6 OOp Ar. Knoxville.Tenn..Lv I
r THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, -bett" and fainted dead 8 50a Ar_,,...?..Louisville, Ky.._.....Lv 8 9 SUp 20a'Lv.MemphU.Ar-HotSpringa.Ark.LT Ttnn.. .Ar
away. 6 l2p Ar.. ._...St. Louis. Mo..Lv .
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That's Jim's own story, and it most 8 15a Br.._......Cincinnati O......_..!Lv
LIVE OAK No. so.- Pullman
FLA.J be true. Drawing Room Buff**
Sleeping Car' Between
1: EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE ON Jaekaoovtle, Ucodcnoa.villa. .
Well anyway, if Mr Graul did bit ALL TRAINS. ..Aihvilla.Hot Springs, J Jo1uWe u4 Cutiairnatd.

) Mr. Corbett it must have been a mils '
C. H. BROWN, President C. A. HARDEE punch. I
Cashier. HILLMANVlce-pres- No.13-Florid.Limited-Daily Solid Vestibuto Train. Through day -'.. MM) hUnau s-..
D. E. HORN. W. J, } ( lag Can.Jacksonville to Atlanta.Chattanooga and Cincinnati Ala Pullman Sleeping Car J ap
THE BREATH OF LIFE. to Colorado Springs CoL,via Birmingham. Memphis.Kanaaa City.

tE It's a significant fact that the JAMES FREEMAN, District Passenger Agent.103 W.Bay St..JackaonviU}la.
strongest animal of its size, the gorilla s.iu HARDWICK.P.T.II W.H.TAYLOR.G. P.A. BROOKS MOBGAH.A G.F.ALive

also has the largest lungs. Powerful -
lungs means powerful creatures.

.... SCHEDULE. How to keep the breathing organs Oak M'f'g. Co. !

!CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON s. u. L. RY, AND A. c. L. RY. AT LIVE OAK. right should be man's chiefest study.

- Like thousands of others, Mrs. Ora

HAD DOWN. CENTRAL Tr rS. HEAD UP. A. Stephens, of Port. Williams 0.,
.. Manufacturers of
'fcllEudftt. No..L No.2. Nw 4' has learned how to do this. She
Mailand, Mailand MixedfrtDaily writes: "Three bottles of Dr. King'sNew
Lumber Ice Electric
DtOy .STATIONS. Lights Power
bewtSanto. Expresa Express.Daily. Except Discovery stopped my cough of ,
Daily. .
... Sunday. two years and cured me of what my *
and Naval Stores.
-It.U5.. friends thought consumption. 0, it's

tSimp.>!,. 420 pm429pm Lr._....???....._.?........Por.6 ...??............??.?_....t 6 30 pm pm bles." Guaranteed by Barclay & Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for Residenceor

a m << .__- "" '''-.Storey 8 ......- ...Lv. 9 52am950am 620 pm603pm Groover druggists. Price 50c and Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. ,Electric Powe--:
100. Trial bottle free.
I M. 0 m <4< 31 pm Lv __..........t.a er.....___ Lv. day and night current-for manufacturing purposes.

1*f-11 a m 38 .m443pm Lv._.._...................? KirklroL 3.6 2.4 ...___.w. 944am 5 53 p m Mr. Grouty-Are you looking for trou- Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special attention

lIS i m Ar._..__.__...... _...._.Wilmarth..._._... -- .....Lv 936am bePat
40 O'Brien Naw for .
pm ; only plazure.Mr. and all orders filled.
111.11I Lv.......__.._......._Wdmarth.-. _..._Ar. promptly
4.S Grouty'-You seem to waut a _2
l G a m Ar._?........... ""'OM..LuraYille......__...._._. fight
I Ii IDa Lv--_.Luraville.__'MM' .
4.5 Pat O'Brien-Fightin' an' plazurebe Oak & Gulf

110 i in Ar..________Wilnuuoth....._..??.?.:._..._.. one an' the same thing. Liye Perry
,M. '4'48 p'm Lv.. Wilmarth......__ ..Ar. 935am S 39 pmS -

I4S an 4 M p m Lv._....._........ & 0.6 River..?........_Lv. 982am 37 pm524pm flay Ewry the. Olympic standing Railroad Company.SCHEDULE .

ISStmUK 5 00 p m Lv.? ._._..._Norrt.\2.8 .. Lv. 9 20 a m912am jump champion recently set a mark
of 11 feet 6 Inches in the standing
[. .am... S 10 pm Ar._ -..-._.___Mayo-.._...:_............_._....Lv. 5 12 pm broad jump. That's pretty good EFFECTIVE APRIL 20. mL

10, zo am '__" .............Mayo......_.. "' .. .. .Ar. 5 00 P m but the scribes are in error to call c i" "

10 an anllKam \Ar._....... ......__._. 2.5.Alton..__..-....??..........Lv. 44Spm420pm Ewry the world's champion. How I l II!;; 1. I'' 1"l
40 I iii Lv_ __.Alton.%.5 ........._.?....,_? ?Ar. about the star shortstop George Davis I dl II l7. Ii\

10 a 18 Ar... ...... ..___._Yavo._.-............................Ly.: 4 OS pm who when he. deserted the National Mail and i'ass.' Passenger Frt.andPua STATIONS. z. "4 i Z.!t
I : 1No.
il2pmLv._....... ___.?....1ayo....................._?...?? .Ar. 910am. 400 .II m league for the Americarjumped( from _. 1_ Na S No.3. -..-- -..-:-.\ ::Ii .is -f-3 .1 rJJ II I

U10**W*. a m JWpmLv.........._....................San IS Ptdra._.... .? .. .. ,Ar. 90*'a m a.40 New York to Chicago? J guess George. D all y Sunday Only Daily ex.Sun
,:- 1.9 holds the record all'right i A.M. P. M.P.M P. K. P. W. A. M. A.Y.
film III S 23 pm Lv.__. .......?-.....SltBoad.-___ ..Lv. 851am840am 330pm255pm Leave Leave Leave 240 Arrive Arrive Arrive Aniv.
:;! 9.2 a 00 L30 .30 UO 10.00 9,40
1110 a m Ii 40 pm Lv..?_.......?.............._.AsVold...__. __a __.Xv There is much wisdom in recognizingyour il13 U3 a 254 00 -Live_Kocb Oa-Sink.. US 1.28 UiJ t.11
2S 8 8 18 us 8 412 1.:4 U '.11
...__ .... i own folly. For this reason Presi- 3 07 ?..?Starr...-
1148 a m 5 47 p m Lv.. ?_?...?Charlton. _._ .Lv. 833am 240pm 1\ 22 L5 S 15 .Mercer._ .08 i.2O 1.:8 9.07
-' 3.9 dent John T. Brush of'the New York B 21 us -. 405 6.17 9.36.OS
1200a 1ft 5 57 p m Lv.............................__Keene..__. __.Lv. 823 a m 2 20 pm Nationah 8 834 203 Ar. 3 30 40 _- .Platt.--... 366) 1.08 '.H 6.50
will bar another 1.-.nC88ter.
3.0 i never um Ar. 8 39 Ar 2.09 Lv 348 Lv lOO Lv 1.11 Lw LtO
12&m 6 05 p m Lv......?.......__ ..Fenholloway.__..-.-..-.....Lv. 815 a m 210 II m pire from his grounds. Only it seems Lv. 8 45 Lv US Lv. 4 4 10 15 DoR-lipg Park. Ar S 39 AP U5 Ar.10 At 1.12
2.6.Denmark. Ar 4.49 333 Lv 4.00 L06 1.01 "
12 28 a III ( 13 p m Lv.. __ .....-.............?....LvLv. 808a 1 35 pili to me that the astute, erudite and 850 Lv 4.50 4 41 20, -.-.BeI1.Chancy...._.... 7 :;o Ar U8 1.05
3.3 crafty John T. is learning his lesson a 52 a 28 I.OS
10 m (20 p m Ar.___..___Pcrry......?.....?............._- 8 00 ami 20 pili little late in life. 8 800 51 I 4.S1 5.00 Ar.Lv 4 440 Z5 Mayo......... Junction y.-.. 1 125 319 4.43 UO Lv'.oo ArUG ,ArU1 Ly 1.00.0e
446 Sun--
906 5.06 315 U us UI
4 52 TowJ1enlL.
9 10 5.10 !
I 00 4.30 US us
(d) kcracQ or Telephone Sutioa. (f) Flag Station. (r) Register. (s) Regular StoP. (aiAtenty There's an old story about the pitcher 9 Z5 5:25: 512 _.smith- z n L15 1.30 I 7.0.
Station T. P. ALSTON. Superintendent. that went to the well once too often 9 38 5.38 Ar. + 27 -..SenhollowayLv..Perry t 35 UZ Ill II US
Ar. 950 Ar 5.50 549 : I Lv .SO L'f 1.00 Lv I.tO
W.S.BAUUS.. General Passenger Agent.ATLANTIC and was broken. But the baseball Ar.l030 Ar 630 ,Ar e35 Hampton SPL L.05 LvUO ILvT.JO .LU&

pitcher that goes to the well is the

only one that never goes "broke." If :MAYO and ALTON

you don't believe it, n Amos Rusie.

COAST LINE _____ ._ u ..
Charley Ellison tile horseman, made Pang I IFrt. PAJFrt.
Frt. and And Pau
Passenger and
an.l Pas Pa.""'
a of $JO.COO from Lets won on :
No.. 1 I No. 9 Nu 11.STATIONS. I No. 8 iva III A0. It
inform !Ol L" I). :C'l up as a jock?3" ;: Daily ex. Sun Sunday Only IDail..n. Daily ex Sun. Sunday..Oalt
Florida Georgia Alabama valet. The various! rider he met haud DailYeXsun.I P.M. P. M. A. 1.1. P. AL A.lid.
ed him nit oiUi'd "nifo." "How is it Leave Leave Amvi Arrive Arri..
9.00 UO 5.10 Dowling Park 8.07 3.30 I."
that th jockeys know what horse is to 9.10 4.40 5.22 I Mayo Junction 1.58 3.20 LN
North Carolina and
L Virginia, win a rtce2" I hl'arome OUP ask. The 9.23: 4.53 5.3-1 Clark 1.47 1.35 UO US
9.38 5.08 5.44 Peterson 3.00 1.3I
Jockeys Co not know that us a rule 10.00:5.30- a 5.56 I Mayo' 1.20 s US 8.11
South Carolina. perhaps BUT FREQUENTLY THEY Ar 10'10 Ar 5.40 Ar 6.02 Alton Lv 7.00 Ly 2.38 _LV 8.00

KXOW WHAT HOUSES WILL NOT I Regular atop. Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and from Live Oak.and Perry
For information as to connections with other lines. 'phone or call on General! PaMcnfer Agent
WIN. There Is a difference betweenthe 'phone 147 Lewin Building.Live Oak.

two propositions, but hardly a vital THOMAS DOWLING. President. R. P.HOPKINS Coital Passenger Agent
r The Great Highway of Travel fromF1OPIUaEast distinction. WILLIE WEST.


West Nora South W. WELL H. Brown WOUT1I, the popular TllYIXG.pension

attorney, of PIttsfield, Vt, says: SEABOARDAir

"Next: to a pension, the best thing to. 4

get is Dr. King's New Life Pills." He,

TO THE EAST, THE FAMOUS writes: "they keep my family In Line Railway ,4

splendid health." Quick cure for "

FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITEDAND Headache, Constipation and Bilious: For Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh,

i NEW YORK EXPRESS. ness.& Groover's 25c. drug Guaranteed store. at Barclay Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia New York. i

f]II liii' MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY THe Great Headache Gure, : SEABOARD Three Elegant FLORIDA Trains LIMITED Daily !


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'': acinnati and New Orleans; rates $25,00. On the Spot. and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Leave St Augus-

tine 12:10: P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays.
J CONSULT THE PURPLE FOLDER. Ho Opiates. Absolutely Harmless I

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and full regarding ,
For Sale from Jacksonville to New Orleans.!
By Operating daily through sleepers
i tons, schedules, call on your nearest'ticket agent, or write, For full information anti sl..per reservations call

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Passenger Traffic Manager, General Offices, Willnington N. C. OAK FLA. Assistant General Passenger Agent -

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; ". Grady, a catcher. TSe Ulhera Ire'any McGraw the champion New for
NOT1CK OF A ...T.C .
\ McCloskey where and everywhere,but McCloskey Giant wu his nut victim Tbs Ail -
r. hag a' harmonious group of baseball wise John, J, fell for a trade wbW !b --
For! Tax I**! t'e.
players who are taking the'best care still a sensation. He tent OatfleUer <
L A Baseball of themselves.;.! Mertea .aDd Catcher Marshall and t Cbaptrr 4ft**, Lit tI '
This be Ms accomplished In the mid- large check to BL Louis In: eichinge N otkg 't hstteby its
dle of the season. It Is a feat never for Shannon who was never t Itar.Merte Bfllart pnrcQataet ., 'hi
even attempted'by-any other manager. *baa showed up better la emy No. lot d.ited aM .4I ., _
While the:.Cardinals have not held a department; ,than Shannon. .
Napoleon .Marshall A. D., 1944, he IW ',__
I high position in the race they look far one of the best catchers In the butlaecs.and : ,
la oSce, ....
sad 11f .
yT/ stronger; thnn'bcn the
liea9oD'opened, as a pinch bitter he baa few equak.
and. this from I tics for Ut deed w: tarn :
*stan.Ip.rint of team He can also plaT a good cam la the .' .
work: and inside baseball outfield or on first base. awe %Uh tow 614
4si.- Louis National Manager -, McCloskey's last trade was to get rid McCloskey bas released McBride. hi* i i|brace the ,.....t.. _
of Jimmy nu &e. Efife turbulent one great fielding shortstop account of erty situated ra ......
or a TraderIs was shipped eaampleiThen t
ster'from Texas Crawford by name, '!I St-c 3. T. 1. ..t i. 31i .
a he got a sterling young left to fill the place. Crawford was the I .
hr.nder. Druhot. from star It IM4 MU WIllI
CIncinnati. He of the first game be J-Uyed, and '
e while
next moved ox ta I'ittsburg and landed camnt he exp< Only One Player of Original Karger. In esk ingu for Karger he up the pace he set there twJ la looked i ucb e rHft ees e m 1Nr At aee -
: McFariaud, upon as n comer by )JcCIOIk lie known' :, ")b e.s Mtd '"
gave 1.
L Team Now on Regu- j/ Pittsburg. McCloskey who was landed released an excellent by- bas broken In a pitcher Ilo tettcr, asa b. rdir.4 .......,1.4 w

lar Payroll. twirler, gave away a man who utility mall and ia this role the play deed .!** ..... l br." s.
is not of er is equal to any In the big league day of
major leagued caliber and H'pnaifcK' A I t tWt.
r came out far ahead. lie nailed down Bennett from the 'I ...... ley ....J
As a trader In that greatest commodIty lie next stacked up against ClilmsxHe : coast and a former Southern kque teal tW Ut4 lei 4D .> .<
star second
flesh and blood patterned into a ,,' gave Pitcher Jack Taylor who nus one of the most baseman.reliable Bennett '1'' -, 1K.
always been a hard man to handle, men la
baseball ,
layer all must tqi.e off their j. M'CXUSEET., exchange for Pitcher Beebe and First league and has fulfilled expectations J *4
chapeaux to John J. lcCIO key of the In every way.Cascasmt. Vrlvrw .
Baseman Xoonan and a large bunch of p4M* vWT* VVfHHHI I Itr.
St. Louis Cardinal (National league) ago th? tsiii himself McCloskey accept cash as a bonus. F'terMa.
team. (!J his terms and reported ready
Taylor is a great pitcher oue of the is !'
a vegetable
torioik. A little
This man went to : toheart talk evrrteI
St. Louis late in best in the
country while Beebe is five for I
onlya the
the winter, with the owners o2 the club resulted stomach and bowels of!: ,_
after all the
other teams of youngster. But this
youngster has
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