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 7, 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: UF00075905:00113
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County Runaway i News York World Declares It Has I
:IlK Was Interrupted. "
L '. a Discovery.. !

...&M Authorised to Valdosta Ga.. Sept. 6. An at- >00
tetapted To Deprive Negroes of Vot The New York World is respon- Total Yield For J 905.06 tq.
runaway marriage from
1 sible for
MtcuLatbu statement that Mr.
.. Madison, county Florida, came near i General "-,
1a Ing in Election Hearst has a bomb which he proposesto ported 123,870ROW Ilalci
ending a tragedy yesterday afte throw
at Mr. Bryan as soon as a
BOOB if the reports that come fromt'fl'e -- .
favorable opportunity presents Itself.It .

a--- are true. is said Mr. Hearst had an agent

The young people who were total CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT in Europe while Mr. Bryan was there I S8ME WAS Di15 -

the important role
were Archie
for the purpose of finding out if the
Beetioos, IOn of Joel Sessions and l
IIf ***f ...... ... K... Miss Ola Morrow latter on any occasion had a meeting
a pretty young with J, Pierpont Morgan. Mr. Belmont Annual Ftgart el Aft*****, ....
...w-.... woman of that county. They 5enator Escambia
.... ,.. came -Elect From County or Mr. Ryan. It Is alleged that
to Pinetta in a buggy and expected Fwbhftl by flfftrjr W. 'fW't
..... It IM *** to Proposes. to Stir Up a the agent reported that Mr. Bryan
come there to
Clyattevilleoa had aa4Savannah. c.. ..
/ a meeting with Mr. Morgan. ,
the Jrain. They had made ar- Horn t Nest' The significance of information of

rang ements to get the license' in this .
"LrM t.... I. UU. ; T L this kind is that air Hearst. It Is
4i 4 kt4 asst Monday, county and also had a minister 'inwalthll ',' believed Intends to be a candidate Stpt T-Tit ..*... _

to perform the ceremony. (Jacksonville Metropolis.) for the Democratic nomination for statement of the tea Itlaad ef f fif
.. *0, at it* statal "-r.pp'
I n fcu*. Ctatrmaa.f When they got on the train at State Senator' John .,S.4'Beard' of President and if he could show. that the season of 1 tOS-' faa Melt tre4

Pinetta, they found Will Smith and Escambia Mr. by Henry W. Frost 4 Co. ft tetj -
IiIIft s*l >d. A Adalaa.3M3 county, will, if he carriesbut Bryan, had been intouch'wi _

I.lit" ad s D. ClarWy Sam Martin two uncles of the bride his: promises not only create a Wall street his chances'for defeat-- American< crop was 111,171> bra, a*
to-b who were then looking for thway e ing compared with 103,1$* featei let -
III .. tile.tscetttat of tae Eme r' sensation during the next Legislature him and, thus' getting the nom- tt*
runa couple. The meeting of but his name will' be known all ination himself would be previous season.
!if ,J.a ......t ttc. tward tot over greatly in _
t let .*tt at that the young folks with the objecting this country, and he will have. enough creased.. The following wan the fttid I*

kinsmen forced an issue at once, the free advertising to last him for the states for the put seasos sad let t&' *
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older men declaring the marriage e rest of his days. ATTACK CAUSED DEATH previous season: Otorgis, ;i,;;;
t t, gelftela r H.veied a
should not be performed' while the Mr. Beard will attack the fifteenth bales, previous year. Sl.llt Pled
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it # ? ssaaeeee City
yeounger man decared it should. amendment of the Little Girl Was Assaulted da, 33.635. previous year U.tJ'l
f.- ... .ft...... constitution of the ; bye: ,
... tit h Kta sdest Smith and are said to havegot United States, and in his contentions Death Followed. South Carolina. 13,714 bat**, tt t -

Into a scuffle and Sessions tried he is Gainesville vious year 12,!4 2.
said to be indorsed by several Ga., Sept. 7.-The lit _
II at .Till el rates aad .
iIM t tutee: of ei.4y fo? r"l to draw his gun. constitutional lawyers prominent tle daughter of J. C. Hood who was The net increase for Ue past te ..

fe el
while the young woman rushed up: of near Naccoochee crease being 23,591 bales t&4 t Best
next Governor Georgia. The 1e n- Valley two'weeks ,
t its ..{,.. .( .tom-I *
\HI t'- ..trNa eI .. and begged the men not to .figh sacola News in speaking of Mr. ago is dead from the effects of the Carolina's 1472. Florida decrease: +
Peace was finally restored the 4.391 bales
on Beard's plans, brutal attack
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!II fcete Ue tfhll"I' of
IN.... tot partial promise of the uncles to let "Mr. Beard has for several years i' The negro has been sentenced to The total receipts, as p.btta4 -
the marriage proceed after the couple been looking up; the. statutes'pt the hang for the crime on September10th. heretofore In the Morning Ktvt*
mtir r | aI ebttrtatr h "
till hUt returned home their objection beingchiefly legality of the fifteenth amepdmeto it He is in--sail in Cleveland were 123,870 bales, divided aa O8| fjj

to the runaway. the White the ports as follows;
constitution ,
of the United county.
...I INI Mia. Etta Carter Uii
States and has had the legal opinion It is thought that there will be no Savannah-Islands, 2 balsa: fleer-
(**a* etMCm Late
cr, $35; Maude Creekmore, teacher.US off some of, the ables constitutional attempt to lynch him as the law Bias, 46,621 bales; norlw. IT.Hi

N tat pMt, mast lUherdEraa ; Bell Wiggins teacher $35; E, lawyers In our State and has,his briefin meted out swift justice. j* Charleston-Islands. llf ISBrunswlck k1u.
M Furw
... all watraet It&j teachers J5; Virginia such stage that he will be able -Geo r It. s, J 1,1 II if
Wlffltld, teacher $40; Claudia introduce bale
measure in. the next
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HUM P McClelte
i Miller, teacher $40; Victoria In JacksonvUlel-Flortdai
State Senate of 10,810
M t ie i... which be Is a member -
iw 1Rf k>_ teacher
gram $40; Nellie Furen.ttatber bales. ,
depriving Distillation
the Is
of the
negro right Proving Sue-
tAsi II fn4ita
oa MBOO! $J,:' Clara O'Hara,. t acher\; Shipped from Interior
if Ik dl .. ... to vote. This, of course,, win be to ceosfoL towns over*

... Uk N fta .ftattadeatte $$0; Verdle Haddock; teacher, $30; make.a test case'before the jSupfeme ,St. George..,Ga.. Sept, 7.-The fir$t land to Southern mills s.UII&b4. = -

fttftUl iMlerUI Irene Peunlngton;,teacher, nit. Alice Court o('the United States,'trad frond ta run'of,,th.9. newt distillation plant' baa: Georgias, 4,040 bales,. Total tccet.I
for Mills. teacher, '<$35;, lanthe ,Bo 123.870 bales
the preponderance of authority: already been made and is proving successful:.
.w fasts at ;tee Her teacher $$S Qulntilla Bull k / 'The
; ce on hand by that Supreme body The spirits are steamed out through I following were the exports: -

1141 lie teacher, $40'; Hattie Heath, teacher.tlli Dir Beard believes that. the decision anew method and It the first successis Sa.annah-To Liverpool ',.tUato -

t tttue el nakUfetailli J. J. Dickinson, teacher (one will be in favor of the annullment of continuous, the institution will become Manchester .12.0JJ Oalere to
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.. Mterrd Uet die; Estella Bullock teacher $35: in this enterprising little city.They bales; to Northern mills, 11.111

Blanche Burnette. teacher $35; "The have bales; to Southern mills, S.Ut
over $100.000
ht t>> ......... traas* Dura Gofle. amendment reads as follows: capital
teacher $35V, L. nice bales.
The right of backing them and
citizens of the propose to
if tt carry
." .. tie M. ftfcMM* H Ctr4. toy Uf Ini.. teacher $35; Arra Crawford, United States to Vole shall not be 400 people on the pay roll, the major Charleston-To Manchester, '.$T.

0 I' ". HI BkB Ue 'teacher $25; Annie E. Jones, teach denied or abridged by the United: portion of which will be expert labor. bales; to Havre, 2,653 bales; to

!f4 .1,4+ forBUU er. $:0; W. R. Moore teacher, $25; States or any State on account of The plant is located four miles southof \Northern mills 2,551 bales. -

C J. Johnson teacher $30; I. E. color the but Brunswick-To Northern
I < race or previous condition or city a tram road will bebuilt bills,
i >fetpify Grant, leather $ZO; Julia L .aio servitude! to the w9rks.nOOSE'ELT 25,857 bales.JacksonvilleTo.

.t +"" tr awfa1 I ss't.l.4 latae ky, teacher $20; B. J. Baker, tea ch"This i amendment if annulled: Northern mills,
IWfiQ psiwolt itao... $2S 31. E. Jannison
er. ; teacher. would put the LEAVES OYSTER 12,661 bales. -
negro on
a plane
+.. rtii ***+*. for $10; I, L !
; lopes. teacher $35; Mrs.! the Chinaman. Japanese Mexican or BAY OCT. 1. Interior towns overland to Southern

.., .. P. L, Pottsdamer, teacher, $30: : Indian, in that he would be debarred mills 4,040 bales.
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1.J&t. M r.. I. L. llopi, teacher. $20; i1[rs. from Total exports, 125,0)1 balea. '
1 ........R Me tt1i4 er.' VloM O ddcD Oyster Bay, N. Y., Sept. ?.-
teacher $20; Mrs.Charity "Mr. Beard The stock on hand Sept. 1
.,;, > who has given this: President Roosevelt will leave S 1IOJ, :
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.. tW.e
Stokes ZO
teacher. F. B. Savannah
$ ; subject much and Charleston was S,-
fete .. thought and delvingclaims more Hill for Washington October 1. k
M $44fl.4.feKt 10 \\ hilly, teacher, $20; I. H. Swain, 420 bales and
.. that the Supreme Three on Sept 1. 1 1W lr -
...... Court has days later he will make a flying
vw irarher $20 Bertha Washington: 197 bales a net Increase
w -.. already decided in a test case 'that trip to Harrisburg and York, :Pa., of 1,1223
rrw ti dwMr. .
Mend e+ett teacher, $20; Mildred Stokes, teach- bales which
the added to the
seceding receipts
.. .. ... were never legally where he will deliver speeches.
'I t.uNt etobi .nt eat. $20; I. L. Moore teacher $20; out of the Union; while they rebelled makes the total 125,093, the amount

II, U. Adams, teacher, $20; M. J. of the shipments.
.'it. ..,. ..... .. {HJy. MUelle, teacher $20; Adrianna component, they parts were in of point the Union.of fact"still SAVED TRAIN FROM WRECK

1F..f ... for Tl on. teacher, $20; Lire Oak Pub.
.. 0e.. "This being conceded by the court With Red Sunbonnets Missouri Girls TO HED1 GOLD nuaoH'N.
s p.rtaa scot Co., minutes $7.50; T. M. King, two Mr. Beard '
f J *4a. contends that as there Prevent Smashup. ,
et+e at tMt ,au.. I t
aekagea $.65 H. E. Har-
were no members Treasury to Make .
present from the Ut'IIOIoJte !. X.
"' .}t """ tt.wl roll freight on brick to McAlpin. South the Sedalia, Mo., Sept. 7.--\n extra
constitutional tlOJulllank.Washington. .
al..kl. Ia 1111)1. I..7>; W. '. Farnell, brick for :Mc- not freight train on the Missouri Kansas:

\ t .....,.... a t'mss nodIpln, $:.25; Bessie Carver teacht was t legally passed, as the constitution & Texas Railway was wrecked last Sept. 7,-At the eieee

.. r..rt ......a I at rr, $17.50; L. F. Mosley, teacher, must be requires that any amendment :I night near Clifton City and thirty- of business today Secretary Shaw aa f
'w\4 passed by a two-thirds vote one head of fat cattle nounced that on and after
.tIt lo were kille d. Monday,
pay $SO; B. Riley teacher $25; E. C. of both houses
..., twssei.. prey fled Haddock{ teacher. $35; Adam Stafgress and of the National ConTwo young girls saved the train September 10, and until further BO-

'. -...., ... hale ford making seats $15.45; G. B. the States.ratified by three-fourths of :I from being demolished. They noticed ice the treasury will make d.wke

w, .... ..... sad _Ill Davit, teacher. $10; Kate Liddon, "Mr. Beard that one of the cars was partly In national banks to facilitate Ue
therefore contendsthat derailed, and they importation of gold. Bonds av4k-
ti'I frantically
pate (teacher $35; Stella Williams, to ach-
as the
... South at the time Congress the trainmen nbon ble by statute for
tMntre 41r4.t vr, $35; J. E. Wood, salary. $80; E. passed the with their red su inve tninU of bath

t .......eal...t !t.1 tae, member of Board, $3; R. fifteenth bill proposing this nets.. Engineer Berkheimer, looking ings banks in Massachusetts: sad MaN

I -.i.,. .Mft eve IM II Carver member of Board, $5.20; amendment had no representation toward the rear of'the train, saw the York, will be accepted at 90 per ..... t

.. \ ". whatever in Congress and derailed car and as security pending the arrival e< Is
aaa.e W ee.t 11. A, Adams, member of Board that putting on the *
'kai I' .a resaly 5.IO; R. H. Howard, teacher, $25; Union as as, ;the never went out of the emergency brake stopped the train gold. The actual engagement of lie

.. i F .. teeattaq.s4 ev.. Mackey Sheldon, teacher. $35v.. tided they Supreme'Court has de- after one car had been turned upside gold must precede the d a'ai1

."" !.....4 I winstl. Harrell freight on seats. $1.61; presentation were and entitled to this reralid- down and four others derailed. the deposit be paid as soon u lie
no law
a .elii sae ",...., J. E. Wood, expenses, postage. $3.kg without was gold arrives. '
.t't a majority vote and no i law tares to ratify this .
e. fief tab of Paid from sub-school districts i: proposing amendment, and
an amendment to the na- the IMPORTANT IXIt SOITII.
seceding States
were coerced in
Live Oak-T. M. King freight on tional constitution valid

} etr at yvc4 books 11.50; J. L. Hopes, su pple- unless it received the or binding this ratification by the threat that t

t + +Net 11e pw g sty meat, $5; Mrs. P. L. Pottsdamer.fruppltruient. thirds of both vote of two- they would not be given back their: Quarantine and Immigration tairtt

$5.t0 houses including the I status in Congress unless the ydid lion to Meet in Nut,Uk-, Traa.

......ff, ; Houston Nellie Furen, s pple"Mr.representation. Beard of further the seceding St ates.that. ratify it, and/under this coercion Nashville Tenn., Sept. 7.-TW

.' ........ lit. It T caret $S. the journal of contends they did go. Southern Quarantine and lmmlffa

... .... IfUlri Jr. LnruUJe-Ylrginla Wigfield, supshows that not the national house "Mr. Beard has had the draft of tion Convention will meet In this eHf

': ......'"' ....*.,. i>).;aeat, $10. two-thirds are: recorded his bill for many months and it has on the 12th of November and eea.

...... lit There being no further bus mess, amendment as being present the day this been submitted to the best legal talent tlnue in session three days. The Gov

.'tom .. was passed but that it for their approval and of all the
... Iii.be Board adjourned to meet the was rushed through sn:ggeseraors Soothers States

.....w lialf first Tuesday In October. 1906. a clear violation a viva vocevote tion and he expects to make this[ the have signified their intention to be
of the
t.t"'f..iI constl-I fight-of his life and it was io present and a number of
.. ( Lra oa. | E. R. WISE Chairman. tution itself. In ministers
addition it rafter
j.t terseti. We\- j J. I:. Wood, Secretary. .three-fourths of the State required Legisla,i Ing reason vote that for he Senator received" such a fl attend.of foreign countries are expected to


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Is not the only one of the rowing coaches (
'czr hers ,
about whom peculiar- impressions: r- '

prevail. !
It la common report that Mike Murphy : .
trainer at the University of Pennsylvania I
RegainLost ,'can tell a possible champion I jra Million Tom Keene $
runner by seeing him walk across the I
campus. To Courtney; Is ascribed the I II I u sold last year in the Umted I

Titles same power as regards oarsmen. He Is I !
supposed to be able to spot them young : ; States. The best 5c. Havana on
Furthermore It la ordinarily said that
3 ..rExChampion Courtney rules his crews with an Iron I I II I the market. Five year old Tobac I

C. S. Titus hand. II I I co..A Good Cool = Pleasant II


Is Now "Champ" Because her stomach was so weakened I I Smoke.

by useless drugging that she I
Once More.
could not eat, Mrs. Mary H. Walters : Try one today.Suwannee .

of St. Clair St., Columbus, 0.. was I
literally starving to death. She I
And G. Towns II I
Ex-Champion writes: "My stomach was so weak

of Australia Also on from useless drugs that I could not I I Drug Company. t whkh

eat, and my nerves so wrecked that II I <
Top Again.With I .
I could not sleep; and not before I i ) ,
was given up to die was I induced to j I )

Frank Greer out'ot the recent try Electric Bitters; with the wonderful I
annual sculling championship at Worcester result that improvement- began tesssssssszssstzs I I

Mass. the event proved to be at once, and a complete cure follow
the tamest national regatta In years. ed." Best health Tonic on earth. I "I
Other races did not contribute to 50c. Guaranteed by Barclay & that

raise the meet above the ordinary Groover, druggists. C. JEJ. HUMPHREYS
cither. Ex-Champion Constance S. Ti fog ptxs t =
tug of New Orleans and. New York re- .

There The does Dint not Bathla seem: Machiac.to be much CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.. City P!

doubt that the first bathing machine
was seen at Margate and that it was
Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application.
the invention of a worthy Quaker
named Beale. who placed his hopeful
invention on the Margate beach In Will assume full charge of buildings, turn it over to ii
1750. "The public are obliged to Benjamin -
Beale one of the people called I owner complete in. every respect, before a cent of moneyis
for the "
Quakers Invention writes the
author of "A Short Description of the paid me.
Isle of Thanet," published In 1706. -
But It was the old,story the public be- xourt.
came grateful after the inventor had I ,
been ruined by his enterprise. His
r successors had reaped the harvest.
: Quklnl laSu
Old Benjamin Beale's widow could remember -
$ _
k In her last Wl18't'hot' first family iiEl Pttl. :
that ever resorted to Margate for
the purple of bathing bug carried
Good. ClothesMay
into the ea in covered cart Io1803 ilk!
Beale's machine were one of the Institutions Atli }
$ ?5
of Margate. It was alarmingly .
claimed for them that "they may
r be driven to any depth into the sea by
0. Krwas. tag riuocs. AVSTB.U.LUICR.U4PJON. careful guides.w-T. P.'s London Week. Not Make the Man But

gained his sculling title with practically 11. $3.W I'
no opposition, his opponent. She pThe wise man or woman is the one They Add to
Y hoard Titus failing and Shepheard miserably are at the only finish.ordinary who relieves little ills of this sort by m %

a little dose of Kodol For
Dypsepsia. lltr
1:' scullers and are little better on
their season's work than a number of It digests what you eat and puts your His Appearance vW.iD &] .
the entrants in the association's sh> stomach back into shape. Sold by tL
$ i..I5
gles/a grade lower than the champion: City Pharmacy OM.03
ship. The event lost Its attractiveness WtaaJ

by the absence of Greer, but amateuraport ReducedPriceswill : Von want the Best. We have' them...Snits that will i d*,
gained a Yet it
point Is to be &nSPECIAL'
i? regretted that Greer did not start because ,1h
for the next six months we Fit and will Wear. A large, carefully selected *&<&
an Interminable parading through
I the news columns of challenge stuff. On all Millinery Goods CWA| H 4ffs&l
stock of Gents' The
Furnishings. W.W
In his attempt to break into a raIn goods are right sale&% *
i? which he had no business to com and from now on you Mwta91

pete. Frank Greer got fooled. Greer. can purchase goods too. You should call and see them without delay. $17$5 1
f, usually level headed and surrounded very SfpL

it by some of the finest aquatic pollclaaa omuch below their former Totem
that ever went to a national convention Samples for tailor made suits are lit u, at1L
must have been aware of the prices. We enjoyed now on display at our store. We take
3If existence of rule 3, which preventedhim your measure for tailor made suits. 2 Atlaata, M.

from entering the championshiprace a very fine trade this _'__n ... ., ._
f- from a club of which he had not Limit Sept fah to$33.l
but stock is still
a member three months, as required
by the regulations. Greer was replete with seasonable BUTLER sale sit
secretly told that he was to be barred BROTHERS having Oklal>oM
and, with the usual in
"diplomacy" of his goods prevailing ,
friends his entry was withdrawn. This $? .III
left the regatta committee of the national styles, which we will sell MEN'S OUTFITTERS Baltimore Stblag $ i

la the.association Greer case. with nothing to do very low, to close out. LIVE OAK 2.b DTr.c .
FLORIDA. 19th to .,
Australian oarsmen seem never to: Call and see for yourself. Oct. Uth.
lose ;
entirely their skill and knack In
No trouble to aw1!
propelling boat
a through the water.

Recently G. Towns once the Australian Mrs. E. SMOKE : Anita Fernandez Cigars. Excursion, acbedek ratea to'IJmita .
N. Lawler.
champion rowed against Stan- dationa and all deutl4 .
bury who had beaten him for the title.The I above or other pvtstl
result was a substantial victory CHEW: Honest Money Tobacco. nished, either ocior
for Towns, who is again champion. by mail to

They were matched at single sculls DRINK I J. FRANK
: 9. Coffee.
and the race took place at Sydney. Dutrict Passenger
Courtney, Cornell's great row ur Bay Street, Jack
coach resigning again because he d Oe3the EAT : Armour & Co. Packing House
not like the graduate manager of

aquatics, gives the impression that V,,1z! \
master Or rowing on Cayuga lake. New Products---they are the best.
York. Is a crabbed person who resents

any; attempt to Interfere with him. He ,' ... {!

Leave Your Orders With Us

for Prompt Attention. :: i '

We are pulling wires all the time, Live Oak Brokerage & Com

With A single end in view, NOUGHT SO fj
!. Of proving to you the fact
1 4v mission Co. Nor yet as ac:>ft
That our Groceries will just! suit you.
the electric F.ght.

; We are headquarters for all that grant that, L..'. art
H is usually found in a tirst-class, up-to- Wholesale Srocers Srain
and Jray. cost. If you are Ug
date grocery store and anything you
terestedin t"- 'r W
buy from us we guarantee to be fresh (
and of the very best quality. Country ask about si

?* -'gr. g > ->' creamery produce butter, vegetables on the and market.the best |pimmniinm"J 1 ' thing wiring electr.a an>'? r

s Call on us or Phone 83.
== Try an Adver- 2 ,posted and curt l'

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:s'Utomatic < to th power 1
plant. said he, 'and filled It with else :
: tricity. Irs" -- Jif
now away oil trial" ". ,r-
_, 0 0' ; -:.
should like to :
see how It stands .
test," I observed. .
oa Agenttwo. '
,yoi( shall _mn m. There are '. : ;
horses at the door .
when we ..
: LL1AM WALL\CS COOK 1 hare, had .
;4jblwuhI&n1wanAc.; Cook out,Into the. country and.watch opera
.............. ......----., tions. ?
"Don't you .have to go with It?* I
i; tff forgive Eliptoa.for the queried.

17 be deceived me In the mattergut "It any one had to go with It," he FDIDAY & J -
t automatic road agent. Up* responded, "the machine would'not be /i ia Y :

jtf cospletlon I was led to foeblne a BUcce .' My idea as to the work to I .

was nothtnr'more be dose Is Imparted through a series .
the >>
of push buttons. 'There Duo l"espoDJl. /
i1 tMtits D a motor cowboy, and JJ
bility ceases, and the machine, "of Its
ask fell faith In a
own volition
does the rest"We
was shaken to I tiEton /
rode about five miles, not toward M
fIII bdGns. any ranch that I had ever heard of. but NIGHTS

i In a mast salutary way directly into the rocky.hllls. The mys .

t of tli own petard did much tery Intensified and with It my app ret. ;: .
> the status quo ante of our hension.

reladolll. That I myself eradisastrously S There a lawless strain In Klip-
In his rescue ton's makeup, and most of his Ingen a\

I .Kbem. of comprehensive law ious undertaking trended In that direction J -

l was of small moment consi d- I "

at> bent cent results of the "Hlip," said I severely, "if there is : .

14 rett'Uf. anything crooked moat this you can .

t: palate, 1 suppose, spin their count me out. RATES

trtbs in the dark. At any William," he retorted, "don't read :

1 f Baton's Ingenuity when at high- me any of (your homilies. We're not f .
withdrew Into some lair going t8 do anything crooked. We're

I could be alone with Its origii simply going to watch and observe .

i present Instance the lair was what He looked happens.about" ._him critically. The 25 cents per hour for use j

> room of our adobe dwellingX. trail threaded a rugged ravine at that

M. From that rear point with shadowy larking places .

E aee tH diy long and far Into gashed from' the slopes on left and skates. r J -
1 1 Bellow "dink" of hammer right : ;

and iftimt Its closely curI This Is the place," he proceeded. '

vtedows struck sporadic gleams "We will climb that hill, hitch our:

-e fors horses over the brow of It, and then

the to stared worked at on the In printer mysterl1 take bowlders.up our" stations behind convenient i. 25. cents for entire afternoon J F =

N keep him in funds format "Why the bowlders!" I asked.

ka great was my trust isflint bis "Haven't we a rfght"1 -

I banded over my wag "1 never saw such a fellow r he Interrupted when parties I

btcrdij bight without quests on. crossly "Consider yourselfunder ,, furnishJ
rjjpton showed himself he my orders William, or else point ,

ftaaj with smoke and do st. your cayuse for Matanras and go.back

tat complacent to the printing office. It looks to me their own skates.

1 ialie remarked as we sat as though your plebeian Ideas were .

*t of our frugal meals, the wedded to type sticking and twentya ;

I am building Is going to week." .

I test utrike. Money? My dear I accepted the rebuke meekly and .

I wI shall take In the coin hand we hitched our horses on the otheraide

t lit Today you arc to give them of the hill and screened ourselves

[ v ks* >wtlc at the printingready of* behind rocks commanding a view of \

i J.t to tell me what the We bad not been ten minutes In bid-

r br I ingtdred.7tt. lag when the stage from the goldcamp l

la two weeks however at Fallen Notch trekked Into /'

I fH ne great pleasure to In- sight on Its way to the railroad atMa '

hnJ.- ta nits. f _
' if tat Bttt fortnight Kllp ton Itch." whispered Klipton "and

M fcj allowing mt to retain don't get excited."

wtpe' Oa tilt tight severed my The stage came merrily on, an express Porter & Dexter

wtft the 1I.taDlllllcfCUf1 messenger:: OD.the.JUt with the 1
tae ty tfet hand and led me In. driver. At the messenger's feet was a ,

rw. where he had been labor- strong- box which I knew must contain ,

the bt toret months, a treasure In placer gold. Between .

lilt was a rteletoa motor car. the messenger's knees was a rifle.

eoapaet-little more than As I kept my wondering epee on the J .

t4 platform, with the nece- vehicle the four bones attached to It Proprietors.
let to bout the machinery. But suddenly went back In their traces

*r tt elf waa only an tnsgnffl! cant and then shot up In the air. The 1

rf ny frttnd'i amador ma chin e. driver exploded a yell, and the messenger I

W4 to It and forming one with quick as chain lightning, .

'kit was a monstrosity In the brought the rifle to his shoulder. "' '''''' ''' '" ---' ------.. :._
sf A /tt', ", /, \ /..,, tt'8'\ /\'II'/'I.\.III\. ...... -. _
a steel
man; not a whole man, report followed and 'a musical -.- -- ... -. .T. '." ./. ... '.- V ",._
7 te bead trunk and arms, built ring followed the report-a ring that .

fta&Uc model-the hAlt of a through some weird acoustic effect steel highwayman backed slowly from the "Sun!" I -
t yelled. "You know what
sounded for all the world like happened
a titillating trail into a narrow defile in the hillside. to that fellow they called Franken- flair the motor wn'eels Teft waif dt>?aes
=ia Utter day centaur was a hide"ttOon. Ironical laugh. The driver's long whip flickered out s tein. Get behind the rocks or you'll be tracks across the desert southward.
4 Ita vacuous face an-1 Swerving my eyes the other way over the backs of the leaders, and the killed!" Spurring forward at top speed, we eoeA
!If eytt sent ehlthrough along the trail I beheld the so called stage jumped on toward Uatanzas like a "Its geared for fatalities if a victim had the machine In sight-* slowly RIOT.
uncanny vets cannon balL There were no passengers tries to run," he groaned, palpitating back in? blot on the horizon. At about the
my nerves, answay d I mote cowboy planted in the path Inside the ,vehicle and the last thing I and forth in the traIL "Sneak around behind same moment we discovered a traUinf
with a gasp both weapons leveled at the two on saw was the white, scared face of the It. William.- added, clutching at plume of smoke off to the west
tad hand the aemiflgure clasped the stage. A red card lettered In white messenger looking back at Ae scene of a straw of hope. "aad push button No. I. "The lo local for Albuquerque." remarked
"f krreled had the automaton's exploit. Hustle! The black card is up!" the sheriff, and presently the
Coifs abruptly materialized at the front
revolver. The "Marcus Klipton." said I, finding I hustled but the other revolver focused train was seen writhing like a snake
arms were jointed, and lIpton of the car, "Hands Up!" tongue now that the excitement was itself upon me before I had taken across the sand.
Bfdng them: proudly and moving I was spellbound-too much so for over ")"01.1 have betrayed my trust in a dozen steps. Klipton pulled disconsolately The blot representing the motor car wasobaerced
(-ua way and that when I turned recriminations. All I could do was to you. Motor. cowboy indeed!" I added sarcastically at his. red locks and jumped around to be at a standstill presumably
"Why didn't tell in the trail like Indian experiencing
Met. you me it an doing a war difficulty In getting across
crouch behind my bowlder and keep way a motor highwayman in the first dance. the rails. A long drawn out whistle from
Cut to what I bate been putting my fascinated eyes on the tall below. place?" "Now you're In it. too!" ha whooped. the locomotive reached our ears, follawwj
trams tato for the last ten weeks rprrhaps The automaton pulled trigger. and "Don't" get on your high horse Wil "Go up close and put your contribution by shriek after shriek of frantic warning.
liam. answered Klipton. "I wanted the in the basket. We've got to do it! After The automatic road agent filled to
I < a trifle bit feria.the messenger's hat flew off. The messenger truth to dawn on you by degrees. I have that we'll follow the car till the electricity move, and we sat our horses and cased
eehW, 1D1wit Into the belief! that emptied his magazine over the demonstrated. I think that Klipton's automatic gives out. and then we can get the stuff while the train gilded Into the blot pawed
40 bad been solving the problem horses' heads, and a chorus of those road agent Is an unqualified suc back." on for a hundred yards or so, and then
Mflgation and eerie laughs echoed up and down the cess. We can build ourselves a nice little With the frowning muzzle of the six slowed to a halt .
dlsapwas -
t my rendezvous out here in the bllU and sit shooter looking me squarely in the face "By Jupiter." cried the sheriff '"the
keen. ravine. in the shade and play seven up and let I laid my forty dollar donation In the local has collided with the horseless wagon -
's Motor Cowboy," my friend I By then the stage horses were fairly our Indestructible highwayman transform Iron basket and followed it with an heir It's all up with the high way man t -
triumphantly, "primarily under control, and the driver elevated us"into millionaires." loom in the shape of an old silver watch Spurs and quirts boys!"
to benefit I his Be that as it may.; I went on relent Thereupon I was permitted to back away I rode on with a sickening sensation of
hands. The
t... the cattle Industry messenger, who had lessly "in taking the loot collected by Klipton advanced with one hand In his fear for my erring and luckless friend,
tallj Marcus Klipton and lost a lock of hair by a second bullet this Iniquitous machine you are receiving pocket I don't think he had any valu but the fear faded into wonder when oa
William Qulnn. followed suit tainted money"- ables about him and I watched with In reaching the spot, we failed to find Klip
charged with electricity, this The "Hands Up!" card vanished, and "If It comes to that" he broke in. "there tense interest to see what happened. ton anywhere in the wreck. ;
will isn't a dollar In ,.clrcu:.tion in all this Of a sudden, when close to the nefari The automatic road agent bad ba
think, act and do every- another took its placft"Deposit Valuables broad land that has not at some time or ous machine my friend hurled himselflpon knocked Into a scrap heap. By son
HI talk for a period va't7tour ryinb In Iron Basket In Front of Car!" Other been won dishonestly and passed \ It, one hand reaching around toward miracle of poetic justice, however, the
hours to a week, de- "Jumpln wildcats!' bellowed the through criminal hands." button No. 1 There followed a messenger's strong box was found a
I* ). the "Tcu will become a 'fence' for stolen sharp report which struck on my heart dozen feet from the track uninjured.
driver. "What of
amount of energyr sort a holdup Is this: "
M t'7 property I proceeded. "And then," 1 like a knell I raked my watch out of the debris, a
C. nr, anyhow? That looks like the old boy finished sternly "suppose the automaton With a groan Klipton dropped across shapeless thing flattened to the thinness
tV ,"eln,. 1 cried. himself. Why don't you say somethln', should kill somebody! !" the iron basket a melancholy tribute to of a knife blade. I likewise recovered
Mites have rerolrerV be an- you feller with the guns?"* "Hang It, \\ Itham," cried KLpton. his own misguided genius. I leaped forward fifteen of my forty dollars.
M I tbocztit. "you're about the worst case of die Instinctively, but before:! I could Yet. do-plte my personal loss. I should
A black card
evasively.pkirly Jumped viciously Into couragement an Inventor ever w ntp come anywhere near the machine It had have been a happy man as I accompanied
dwlsatvl a intvt the sight-"Your money or your life! Hurry. against! I !:nom when I've got a good got under headway and was moving at a the sheriff and his posse bacU: to Matanx
3s ef a cattle ranje." 1 ven ." thing, and Fin going to let ray invention moderate gait in tho direction of Pell's could I have knov.-n that Klipton was aafa
tntttry work and collect royalties for Notch. :My doubts concerning his fate
g This me. Take were Mat i
cp to cou was Immediately followed
courage: by
1 your own trail, and I'll take mine!" I made haste to recover my horse and. rest a week later, when 1'-cehed the
natulaatloa of tbe odd conua4 the other card naming the place for With that he pun around and n: hPd trailing Kllpton'a mount behind me. following from Santa Fe:
the deposit of valuables and was em- down the hill In a temper. I coull: r.ot started in pursuit A clatter of hoofs "Dear William-Am In the hospital fcr*
-'I r UnJ these thins*. pliasizcd with a third shot from one of bring m>.<*lf to abandon him just ;yet and drew my attention and I discovered the with a bullet In ny shoulder. Dropped o.T
a followed.The sheriff and a of four the car in the hills and the
u4 J\. posse galloping up saw you shr
ttU calmly.bow the Colts the bullet singing past the
e automatic road agent moved out from the rear.They iff trail past and thought best not to return
tapirn>> : a patent cow- messenger's ear. into the road to meet ya as v.-a advanced had started from Matanzaa one the to Matanzas. Join me at this pUt*
blUsh money fjr us "Don't shoot' cried the messenger upon the place where It had been s trail of a cattle thief and had encountered as soon as possible. Have developed a
tt t_. I u.r.k I could und(>r. frantically. "You're bullet proof and creted. Vy friend proceeded very CO-I'- the stage two miles out The harrowing second Idea while lying la this r cat lltl't
dently, but came to a startled halt as tale of the driver and messenger had sent iron cot g@ttlno'fr the eCecu of the
bare I'm not, and that gives you the winning one of the Colt's was lifted and brought the officers after the singular bandit who first. It's a corker' Them's a fortune :a
a prae:lcsl !,"wonstrn.'t hand. tj bear en him. Simultaneously the had annexed the express company's It for ;you as sea as for your repentant _
tamorrowbe returned. Us: clambered down from the stage "Hands Up'" card flashed Into view. strong box. friend KLIP."
.. It was more than The sheriff as I could ,
plain see looked
.bJ that Klipton upon -
Kllptoa amok me Into pu11'1 the strong box after him.rajred was not me with
expecting this. The revolver more or less suspicion. I was'
&r.I1tl and me t(o arise It to the car and heaved It ,crocked, and Kllpton's hat was twisted known to be a close friend of Kllpton's, WANTED to buy. delivered at our
'rtta as much d!'i>atch as abc+ard. Ap the while Kllpton'i she half around On hilt head. and Klipton. ea the sheriff had been In factory in Live Oak, Fat Pine Wood
"1.U.l"tttDIllSt my clothes d'ceuvre kept him covered with one Of "What's tea matter K'.ipT' I shouted. formed had pushed a machine answering for which we will pay 3.00 a cord.
Sbce "The blamed thing must have the messenger's description to the Matan-
ltlt0 tl,. the :,'oIYe",. slipped a
fi.. rear room.eowtw cog or something!" he flung back at tac. bas power house that morning. For particulars write or call on us.
back the the
/ was gone Us de- P.ushln to state messenT Tien the other card flaunted Its order Our pursuit did not lead us far on the Live Oak Manufacturing Co.. Live
t ;nal been !.l'\ .) (Ushed t-y resalced the box. Then came a blue for him to deposit his valuables In the l'sotchroadsIgtt heyond I eI2Ckzr"
card Daring the "Goodbr.anj the be Oak Fla. d2twit
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t, : _' :. _2___ A'SWEET'n" SOBER'SiTURDArLast ( - .P 't W'lnt".w cli p u : r' : _.,1MI '. "' ::: ;

LIYi OAK DAILY DEOCRT Saturday was one of the most I ly,and sensibly'and'showa that:: his Sl '.

remarkable: days in all the" history ofourr ,no need for'all*a this 'hysterical Dthe DOWLINO

!'UBUsHED.E. Y AFTERNOONs ;i- neighboring'' city ofy Madison !.clamor' Jn Democratic ranks abojftt

EXCEPT SUNDAY. from which the saloons were voted rula>f the. party by Bryan's radicalism. .
; _
t J. F. SHERWOOD,, Editor:and Mgr. by The Democrat has said '" .,. bull ..... '"-
.. -, ? ? su .o tit; the .recent,,,.election. The practically fIM1l4 -- _. "-__ '
Madison New Enterprise give ,such the same before: but _lie' :

t THE LiE OAK PUBL1SHIKG .COHPAKT.: a graphic description of,the da'and, Journal' says it better: **'' Mineral J 'Spring*, NtttlHOTANOGeLBtftfMil ., < '

its startling, ,contrast with. previous J "So far as The Journal Is concern _

"1- >. ; Saturdays that reproduce Jf as' a ed, we have never,,. 'expressed the + .., ,._, -
WATCH IN U Rust. Sail- 'f-
r' Entered atthe- post-office, Lire fine bit of'-workwhich deserves to opinion that government ownership PHON. C8NNfCWNt, WkL.T.tf ", ::

r Oak. Florida, as Second Class Mall travel as an eloquent missionary In at this time"would be a good thingor ,

..- Matter, November ,7, 1905. behalf of sobriety and prohibition: that it would 'be d s ible. Weh&Te -,

t THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will bet "The atmosphere of Madison t. however, more than'once expressed RATES REASOHiLi" !r=__ -

last Saturday was remarkably clear the conviction that the growing
L mailed to any part of the United -
States, postage prepaid, for $5.00 and sweet in comparison with what arrogance insolence, 'and con ADORns PARK HOTEL, r_

six months had been the usual Saturday condi tempt for public rights which the >-- _. _.
per year; 12.50 for : -ti
tions. In the town from the time great railway corporations of the
$1.25 for three months, or
whereof the memory of man runneth! country frequently exhibit will ultimately
50 cents for five weeks, In advance. ARAQONAMERICAN HO
Delivered to any part of the city not to the contrary.. To properly ap- result in government ownership : :

by carrier for 10 cents per week. preciate this one must understand though that time is probably

that last Saturday was the first'under very remote. That,' we take It, Is

Pains across the small of the back the new regime of no saloons, and also Mr Bryan's position on the mat reLNtJAOK.SONVILLE. _

Indicate something wrong with the the first in many, many years of ter, but it is a position which can -

kidneys. DeWitt's Kidney and ,Bladder "dryness" in Madison. The crowd have no relation whatever to presentpolicies _

Pills will quickly bringrellef. A was in town just the same as usual, or "to present political align

week's treatment for 25 cents. Acton bt t wonderful to relate, it was a ments. We regret that the Register "
Rates and Tard.
$2.50 Up RiIfM.
the liTer too. Sold by City Phar strictly sober, and therefore quiet has joined the rest of those paperswhich .

macy. crowd. No loud and boisterous have never been friendly to $3.00 and IU"

laughter, no vile oaths reeking with Mr. Bryan, in magnifying the Importance .......,., ......-_.

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEtS.Foy the fumes of liquor, no ribald, coarse of his expression of personal '
Cuisine aid ServiceH. '
and vulgar language grated upon opinion on this question. True Ul5lrplS If = _

s [ Member of Congress District 2nd Congressional the ears of the sensitive, but all it affords an excuse for opposition to ,"
: -
FRANK CLARK of Columbia., through the day our streets were those who were looking for an excuse N. O'NEALf ppt

:, pleasant enough for the most refined but It?is a mighty poor excuse .
the -- --'-' ---'
For Justice of Supreme Court:
I CHAS. B. PARKHttlvof Escambia. lady to walk them 'without' fear of and one which the more thoughtful

'.' : JAMES B.WtUWlELD. of Leon. insult or shock to her sensibilities papers are inclined to ridicule." _

: E And this, too, was the first Saturday, L cLJ TWICE
R *For Railroad Commissioner:
remember. "But," the cynic, Wanted _
r. NEWTON A.' BUTCH,of Levy. says A Little Rest. L JN'
HUDSON BURR of Dade. "how about trade? Bet you there An old Kansas citizen who had

"' t For Member House of Representatives was no business In town. Wrong been hen-pecked all his life, was MANY '

; J: W. DORMAN. brother ,Ask the. merchants-as. we about to die. His wife felt it her,

_ f... W.H.-MccLEI.LAN..v have done and they will tell you- duty to offer him such-,consolations as 1 _

: / For Tax Assessor even as they told us-that trade wafully she might, and said: "John, you are & 6.3wUatk

1 A D. HEMMING. up to the standard, and better about to_ go, but I will follow you"

} For Tax Collector than usual for many. Oh, you calamity "I suppose so, Manda," said, the old: fc'SIT uExpzd

J.N.MEEKSFor howlers, crawl into your little man weakly, "but so far as I am concerned > bAli/rlr>4(

holes while you have the chance and you don't need to be in any ', r tt11 w

r County G.B.- LORD.Treasurer: don't wait until you are completely blamed hurry about It.-New York tblltlU tUl ttt

E overwhelmend with the beneficent Tribune. UtttfeUff (rr w M.
tku il ** '
a *
I For Member. of School Board: blessings of prohibition." little and big, can b. averted ty >k&l**t it t* _

z'I. M A. ADAMS. HUMOROUS. D3. 3ltetif 'll tai ih3.-i s .
R.M. CARVER. '''-'''-
E. R. WISE. A VANISHING TYPE. By and by, when little Johnny had It keeps 4ha toaaeh aad l eia i tL, ,

\ : 'J Bless the old-time printer, the'straight finished sobbing he said: "Mama away tram ta U4a* Ital. Kakaa
",, t 1 babies w !L Pl asaat to tak!. S., d
,For Member Board County Commissioners: -m tter man, who could ,do you told a story." tick stomachs. fib esata sad fit3 aDt _

:4 .J4. L BURNETT. rough job work on.the side and who "Why, Johnny what do you
i. J. C.DA VIS. "flashed his rule" in one print "
shop mean! asked his mother., y
5 after another as he made his perioteal d"You said
A. T1SON. you was going to giveme LIVE OAK DRUG

,J.J.DEMPSEY."Up circuit through the land and took a good whipping," explained .
what "' ---
-,-- luck fortune sent him with Johnny; "but I didn't see anything
in Georgia the judges before undaunted cheerfulness and a rough- good about tlrttly at e,
it"t It would
be hard to imagine
amore "
and-ready philosophy which +till. N14 4
whom, vagrants are haled for trial, never aw
taklng.'th"try O i yw Fare sensible position deserted him! He's getting scarce'e; Mama,";please give me some parent which enthusiastic witnessed audience tHaa that 't>.t a attar
that. a man can't work one. dayr in the machines are crowding him' goric,*. said, little. Nellie ***. / "The Ku Klux" ptrformaaeo of was t1 s4, tam
the..... weekend' loaf- ,'
time and escape the vagrancy law. the last of his tribe will be seen, apathetic baveVou?" asked her strated Its eau aM eamwt
'. ability to please la futMr'
figure-but game .to the end mother. ; at Iktt *a t"WM -

**tlTe Oak is to be congratulated on vanishing from sightxunder the relentless .-"Not'now. but I'm afraid I might ter Park has never brought ws ft tot to MM _

the certainty of soon having a tar ge 'law of evolution., constantly have.one tomorrow" said Nellie."I sent company one. of acton than the pre- lo east H. t

cotton warehouse. Such a building displacing the'old with the new a --- Bred *

F' will be a splendid Investment for taking, no' account of our personal "I, wonder what's the matter with Tonight, as a distinct departure
from the line of
the city and of great value to the feelings and interests during the my ,eye," said Tom. "It hurts every plays already pro A l.tlUttHU11
ruthless process. He has been time I rub It." duced, they will play "The Runaway
business interests of that prosperous a Match A B WJ...t.<.

town.-St. Augustine Record. mighty factor in the world's progress 'Than don't rub It," said his with three-act farce comedy, tlwa M* .*... 9i_

and civilization, and while, like mother. a most original plot, full of h.... e>
Red-hot journalism now between all the rest of us, he Is a son of : "But/' said Tom "how can I tell novel situations and witty llae*. It t...... ... th Wi.

the Bradentown Herald and the Adam and a sinner, his shortcomings : whether It hurts if I don'i rub It?" is said not to be an old play whs ** ss... ..
a new name, and the
Manatee Record. Brethren be kam, have been qualified by a grand utility -- nuDaitmtat oftfc x.....t.

be kam! Militant Journalism still which made itself felt for the betterment Mama-"Now, be a good little girl from guarantees three laughs per mla..* Jh.- ... ...-.0

survives, conquering and to conquer, of mankind wherever printed and stop crying." Matinee the rise to fall of tee earula, "Jk.l.b". ta.Mlwlgi

but the muscular variety has passed matter reached. What a wealth of Minnie (aged 3)-"Me won't stop "Dora Saturday" at 2:19 p. w. ... + _
Into eternal and innocuous dessue- legend and tradition and varied lore cwyin' till papa, hears me." a lore story *ff trel 111 a .. ewes.M .

tude. and anecdote and genial reminiscences Mama-"But \he can't hear you; tally suited to lady audlt&m. ... .. .... ..
clusters about he's in New '
the old-time printer York. .
SOME Illl.r fcr tee
Jacksonville refuses to lift her And if he was one of the well- Minnie-"Den me'll dest have to NEWS THAT 11Lt) ""'T .11.1 :|*T .*.

quarantine against dogs for the present traveled kind, who had "stuck type"in cwy frou ze telefome." STILL II AH I.VTKIUXr.Mr. rd .. urea .u

moved thereto by the fact that many lands and latitudes what a a A. D. hemming U,. banded M .....t SIT HI* ...

six persons In ,that city were bitten broad-minded philosopher he was; LOW ROUND TRIP RATES VIA very Interesting documtflt... la .... ..... *__*,
by a puppy three months old last haw charitable and tolerant, and how LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. n.t2.63 shape Republican a "copy of the .,.,... ....... .f fcw.. **...

y Saturday, and an examination of the genuine his contempt for the petty $- -Denver, Colorado Springs Title published Ie J sfteas' .e $ .........

1 animal's brain showed it to be full provincial prejudices which would or Pueblo, Col., and return. la an "Extra"In 18$!. nit |*rtir Ur rf* a 44K ttllrtMr ltl.. ..

of hydrophobia germs. The people measure the great round world by Tickets on sale September19th fire tuned cm are e.
bitten have all gone to Atlanta for the limitations of a country village! to 22nd; 1906, inclusive 6th of that year and Is date Aftt .. tie.t sla rseeaaa4

I treatment In the Pasteur Institute. I Bless the dear old "tourist," who j Final return limit, leaving 18S{. It bas the taHr *... MII lit -
I covered with
I rarely pressed the plush in the I destination Oct. 15, 1906. It begins with an secoaat tit lbt 1M tsprleeed ..._ ..

"The world is too much governed," varnished cars, and before we. see the r J. E. HERRING the giving lbs Buse III "' Jl1f,.t'. ....-
I fire which
f says the familiar adage. But it isn't last of him may some chronicler Florida Passenger Agent from the was tnM'd tyr a tj4H ti.. e- aa+ -

true. It is true however that there arise, richly endowed of Heaven for I I Jacksonville, Fla. Ida," Chtrltstoa st..te+f "ft..f> a itre ..... ritfrilttlaif 11-.
k too the work to put into falling In a bay .ar*>a
are many laws. But the city > a book the| COUNTERFEIT 4t
CAPTURE this the
council in Jacksonville seems to have story of his tribe and the tremendous 1 lire rspidty std a a4
Jacksonville, Ill. Sept. 6.-T. O. In four hours the a ..
doubts on this subject for it is now blows he dealt for the good of man I Graves found today in a vacant houseon In an account of tow the.to woe la r..ti. 7i11 eaarFb. ,, .-
considering a bill to compel washer- and the cause of God before the **** H saf*
his farm a set of counterfeitingtools. "By thl. ere k..ttlM '.e.. .
women to pay a license and wear a linotype put him out of action. And I stTtatr U"*l,i< 1.{.
Two dollar dies of 1890 and are entirely Ms sra*"' .411 qt
numbered badge. In these days of we have been moved to say this much destroyed. A**** tU
1901 were found and two dollar names of the Mil et .. a.......
lawlessness and crime and after reading the following little Item gnm M *>.>.
notoriously : pieces imperfectly molded, a dozen Ing losses ... .... .. .. -
ineffective enforcement of from the Quincy Times which are BOOM win* !**. feuf
the laws ,
I may silver spoons and a quantity of ba b- became Identified 11 L J .....
we have it seems that there is bigger not have much meaning for those vltk narife I**
bit .
metal. The
".Lit J
plaster of parts dies tory. It '
game for the law to go after than outside "the craft" and its allied speaks of tfc* Metes W t
of -
were perfect mold, and had been Hartrldge. T.
the lowly washerwoman and her trade but is richly and touchingly made by MeMHiM, T 4 Mw.,
an expert. A. C. Aeotts
"billn' of suggestive to of Geo. W CbH .
clothes. some the rest of us: Hawkins. W .,. ..
"A little co-incident happened in Jcutph Haaf **4 y., ..
.. ..
PICNIC PARTY. Intosh. Jh. *
?hangs in a' business way are our office last week" Our printer,

moving at Live Oak," says the Jacksonville Mr. Austin was copying an article A jolly picnic party consisting of The "Extra" also .*... tt4 fir OMetntls flied \=
Mrs. C. W. Bache, Mrs. Ella Se office of the .... ewratdI -
in s- kepatrHtao
Metropolis noting two or from the Quincy Dispatch publishedhere ...
iosns, Miss ... t ,
Bache Miss entirely
three large business transactions in destroyed bf
dated *
May 1861, and t4ae.
Hardin bas.
and Miss Sue Jones of to .
and Lester their
this city recently heretofore pub Mr. Austin who is now with us, set paper wb4i WM ..... .
Scarborough are spending the press being .t. .....
in the Democrat routed
lished And
thingsIn up this very same article in 1861, teftpelllng +. 11'. M .
day at Dowling Park firs wfrele ....
a business way are always moving here In Quincy. How time"flies, so today. them to bay ... sash *

In Live Oak. Our folks have the Mr. Austin remarked" type and presses.
Mrs. W. H. Johnson, of Rocky Among the few .. lteK[....st4eise
habit of doing things. They don'tdo Ifrfrrtd kneel .
Sink, who has been the guest of lug the flames mss 11.1 u. .
much talking about them nor The Pensacola Journal are tk e MM III
has been J
t Mrs. J. R. Leslie this week, returnedto 'C. Hemmlnc .. ..... ..
seek for spectacular effect, but they twitted by the Andre
Mobile Register as being ft****. M* .
her home today. Hemming ftid>ri. r ....
do keep things moving. To put it ,the only paper in the South that was tht fatties of Tsi A*

.. In a nutshell there is the maximum accepts Bryan's government o canerW.. D. Wheeler, of Gainesville, is sessor"Uncle A. D. Hemmlss. of ta4t si* J R' Ilr ..
of performance for the minimum of ship policy with loyal Dan" Tedder (it* .
enthusiasm. in the city today, a guest of James reminiscences **. ... f -
hot air. 1! From the Journal's reply:we takr..wf1 e the I and Willie Dowllng. vole la refsrd to Jifc+*.. a sitfif*
at this
as bt *ss the r* A'.....

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.c.u" ir.i s _
J-.d.n --

.Ida SM 7 Adams, .who baa ac Will :Turbeville, who-* has been .- '" '
a position 'with the Worth-' with Robbins &' McGehee in their ; **
. Company, arrived In the machine shop, has accepted a post ,
morning.. Uon as salesman With the.
.. h l > popular THE BONrON. .
merchant, E. S. Ingram.
( ... + P. Merrlan, contractor and

formerly of this city, but We. are,glad to note that the lit ( L i
tit fcsrry, was_here seYeiraVdays tie i daughter of Mr. and rseJoe: .
a ; k on batinesa/ Rootsick, is improving. Though:yet'quite A beautiful. line:: .of ,Gmffei ,-i -

_there are marked symtoms. of. .! for Shirt Waist-Suits. .,
..Witch- Hazel Salve is best. a change for the,better.
VTB&aiB '.. Good for everything I iU' IlABigl
.i4 '
Is used for, including piles. Sid'..Conner returned today. from '! !eofTWODPLONE n
City Pharmacy. the :markets, where he had been buying DOLLAR. t: :
f j" ...., of horses and mules for the Florida
-4 .... la ,. about 'making the good lady I Live: Stock & Vehicle Company's "IE
v Buy her At those "0. sales stables. Three-cornered George Washinf. .' :
$ P ,, or ran sold by The
I Company. We carry a' large.' stock of fine / ton Hats for Babies, Girls and
visiting cards, and print i them neatly 1
ieiM fall and winter hats are here. In any sale desired at the Democrat 71 Misses. Prices 75c. and 100.
r&t $ u8 In and take a look at >&'em.|; office.H. ,
other new goods {rlving .

t4tDe* Miss M. V. Edward L. Wilkinson naval stores PRICES S REDUCED O'V li .l
-, 14 Hero 1. manufacturer of Ehren, and one of -
students are all accepting post Florida's best business men, was i
;bit I new ones wanted &i once to Live Oak today. enroute home froma nTo come and look means a purchase. E

r,44M pIa.e9-Southern Busi ,business trip to Hampton Springs.
( -
. [ I W".* New dress goods are arriving dally. ;
...... Wade and Miss Parrish, ,of The ,prettiest patterns ever shownin :! Mrs. C. W. Bache.
r Ga., passed through yester- the city, See the popular ray |
j&f RENT to,Dowling Park where suitings and other novelties ost re
trags. spend awhile. I ceived. Miss M. V. Edwar 'iI' "" '" .

L. ; ,. =I ..4-.. .,J .
Irvine -
tie of Ocala, arrived here Marshal Lyle is keeping the street
-:--' afternoon and left at once sprinkler going these'days, which is -THE ORIGINAL
r Springs where she will very good for the business houses. C"Mn.c.
ut. V Btftcf guest of Mrs. Dr. Brown. When the drivers desert the marshal The Idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on
... .... gets on the water wagon for awhile the bowels.and thus assist In expelling colds from -
H. Lovier, the jeweler ha.31 I himself. the system Is new and original Kennedy's
L ft***, his place of business from the I i Laxative Honey and Tar. Nearly all other cough -
,.... Book Supply Company store! Jno. O. Ross, one of Suwannee's cures are constipating,especially those containing -
little green office in front of. oldest and most substantial citizens, Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and _
ileac ; Burnett & Co. 4-6t was here today. He brought Mrs. Tar moves the bowels, contains no Opiates.LAXATIVE -

Ii .... Ross, who ,leaves this afternoon fora
received two car-loads of Iron visit to friends and relatives in Y:
Ij[ I Ranging In price fro /the Georgia. A certain safe and harmless remedy for
1ft' w ,, to the best grades./Come all Coughs Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough.
a 1[." : them. The J. B. Barton Co. Prof. Hatton, president of the La Grippe. Bronchitis, Influenza and all Lung _
/ Southern Business College of this and Bronchial affections. Mothers praise the HOMEY
!. N. Peacock, ex-State Senator, city, returned from Madison th'is children's favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey
t 11M. a prominent merchant of Pine- morning. While there he was very and Tar
a was a visitor in our city to- successful in securing students for TXRI
0 / the college. I COUGH SYRUP

; ttlpand at the Laboratory of X. C. DtWlTT Co.. CSKA80, V. i A.
r Position *
? .ia by a young Mrs. R. E. Kempt and little
.TO -
: .., .,. graduate of Philadelphia .High daughter, who have been spendingsometime ..
a Address "P." care othis at Suwannee; Springs, ---<
r / tf were the guests of Mr.. and Mrs. D. have received the prettiest line BARDIN' & -
b $ ,41. E. Horn last. night. They returned of library and centre tables ever
s..alee r1tUlt".o. Claire Humphreys returned tp their home at Branford today. shown in Live Oak. Come around
, from Anderson. S. C., and let's look at them. E. S. Tul- EDWARDS ,
she has been visiting relatives Dexter & Porter 'are having the lock & Co. It -**- -

' Ott ft ft. the summer. opera house painted, and are arranging 38. acres in South -
t .... to get It in first-class shape
,"".. II**** Board of County Commission- for the opening of the season when.a .-PROFESSIONAL-----.- CARDS.- East Live aak-1 -
In session today. No special number of good attractions are book-
p A Is before the Board and the ed. L.E.ROBERSON. A.B.SHALL. ing: East of Ohio

3fiM *i M<. will be disposed of today. ROBERSON & SMALL,

\if" .... H. W. Mosley and 'rB. N. Blanton, 1venue.Thisisadesirable. _
Baker has opened In both of the Little River neighborhood ATTORNEYS AT
-:- -:- LAW. :
: 1,+4ts.. T. McDaniel store, .opposite were here today to meet the
'r;.. *. t" house. Fresh cakes and Board of County Commissioners In Will do general practice in State and tract for subdivision .
'. fQ ah tt.lsd.. daily.-Suwannee Bakery. reference to a bridge for their community Federal Courts. I I
ROOKS 1 AND S [Ur-STaasl. LKWIN BKIUUNO. i to the City of
fed ; Sheriff Joe Massclas, of -- 'PHONE No.190.
' H! l [ Park, came up today with My stock of general merchandiseis LIVE OAK. : : FLORIDA. Live Oak. Within ;
., H 9> ...& whom he had arrested is complete. Right prices and good C.S.BROWN. F.E.THOMASON.
[ concealed weapons. values given for your money. Seethe BROWN & THOMASON, five minutes walkof :

, 1.... d beautiful goods displayed in our Court House.
..\"" is coming in now and show windows. Come in and call
to have been injured but for what you want. The Boston PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, Lots 150 yards
little from the extremely wet Store. E. S. Ingram, Manager. i
"_ .... > this year. from this proposition
444 ... ta.lg C. Rubenstein returned today fromNew
tk.. Ie .. for business by one York, where he has been for the L. M. DIXON, are selling to
|10 scholarships. ,..southern past week buying goods for the fall I,
day at 1000.
ft ft ""It College. and winter trade. Mr. Rubensteinhas DENTIST.
'--"'" bought! a large stock and will be "
l few***.. -Take notice, the s fiatIn position to offer his customerssome ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE
i ,: will be open tonight hand good bargains. WORK. : SPECIALTIES. $6,500
t x v t k H-f. fe night. All come and.enjoy -
* Krt of / Chas. H. Brown will go to Jacksonville M E. BROOME,
...e1 fa this afternoon to look after
f Q. Register, of O'Brien, a lead- business matters in connection with ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR for the 38
AT acres.
i 1.\1.1. of that town, was here to- building the cotton warehouse here. ,I
"itb., supplies preparatory: A lease has been secured on the lot LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. !
mt I6te i his ginnery In operation. from the Seaboard .
railway ,
company Will practice in aU the court of the SUU. Spec Real Estate and Iivesteite
but there are other matters to take ial attention given to Conveyances Collection
of Reftta.Etc. All business promptly attended I-
iMikaa Helvenston Brothers about that[ up with the railroad officials, which to.
I* ta.. rttjr insurance. They have just may prove beneficial to the warehouse NOTAXT PUBLIC STATE AT LAIGK. BAISDEN BUILDING.
i- >. ***... you are looking for and it costs company. Phone
.r 1.00 per thousand per annum. f DR. J. W. WEST,
I If.a1e The following are the names of
hi.... building Cotton Warehouse committee of the Sea,, the white candidates who are ebelng Physician and Surgeon. Don't Have Your Cart

o *.."-. ( Company examined for teachers' certificates in I Office: Carroll Building, Ohio Avenue.Residency .
a meeting in this city
Monthis city this week: Miss Mamie Ti-: at Ethel Hotels
A full Work Butchered
son, Miss Virdie Haddock, Miss Phonesr-Office.No.158.
y Is requested. Miss Hawkins, Messrs. P. T. McClel- Residence Noa.23 or 163.

Nlti Geo. Lee lan, Martin Padgett, Webster Ross J.W. Drug Store (Barclay&;Groover)No.I At the Mill! . .
and little daughter, .
tl. d O'Hara Mr. Woodward, Mr.i
of Inverness .
returned home
Fielding. The examinations will conclude i+0+OeOtaO+0o0+0+0+0+0+0+O+OII

..tWt 1 t.10w/ from n.to wedding.Tallahassee attend the, where Pittman-they : Tuesday will probably tomorrow what not the, but know result the before candidates will be.next II Wood I I a i I lilf r C rI Mon. .

new views / Suwa puce
I the best yet a / among the i SPEND ONE DOLLAR AT THE 2 A 2 horse wagon load of I Build them under a Gu nn-

****** I collection ypost cards on 18 inch wood for $1.50. 6 tee. Have Built Hundred and
,,t H A. the City Pharmacy. Florida Book Supply Co.
i Fnrnbhed on Short Notice f am Building more every day.
beautiful stock of
:otch and
/ the number
guess of seeds in the
ribbons Just received Also a pumpkin. A $25,00 For Best Price, Write.W.H.ADK1SON.
sewing machinets
Leave orders at M. L.Bu:nett&Co.<
stock of
staple ibbo in
/ ns the best guess and a $25.00 bicycle
iii color and shade aMiss M. V. to the one having the greatest number H. W1MBERLY. Q "
.. i of
guesses. 0+0+0+0+0+0+o+o+ 0+0.0+0+0" I P."o. 80. No. 4. TAUAIUSStI.ru.

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Inn theater,'goers to aroused 'to,.a_CQIl8de legs, and the, *mstfariat'ttsdla1fuss tfcereia # i' 1i._ !j'JJji* *SS'S*ee SIR?'**S&* <&ig r' --ruf
Drew able extent to be constructed ;: altvim .: r& &t xr5.
fixing penalties for the'
I _
Pinery -
In "His House Mr, Ate. _
i th e reoL I
h written a comedy i manners of Be it ordained by the'atiCouncil 8: :p- :), rif.n. -- -

His evdentmildness, of aspect in which and the Mayor Of the City or.Live .

And the motives of action-are neither farfetched Oak-Florida:' -I. s. P. ... .- ,g.1 -7.

nor overstrained which moves Section 1.-That the followingscribed City: of *.s .. CWI# *-F ** .a.. 4, "
smoothly to a happy If somewhat tame de parts and portions of the (certify that t* a*.*f 14 I. 11" t

New Play and traditional conclusion and In which City of Live Oak* Florida are here- Ordinance ?'o. II w.. rt+ .1Iflf \SIi1i- '

the characters are clearly drawn, typ- by established and declared to ba thl'ire @ ecTby the CKy Coil .* i** -,-

teal and cleverly; differentiated. Limits of the City of Live .Oak dar of AufMt,! A. aitM, 44 ifct
; Florida to-wit: same is hereby>rrtl** to tt* JfcsfK ;
Commencing at the intersection of for his tpprotaU
Arnold Daly is'rehearsingthe playsof Conner Street with Suwannee Street Witness my tafi4 a&4 tfet s4 it%
wHtf House In Order:
his repertoire at the Lyric theater thence running South along S wan- said City this III 4J ell "'-" *

Success New York. He will begin his season nee Street, eighty-five (85) feet A. D. IS 01. I

Latest Pinero on Sept 10 in Boston In "Arms and thence West through the. home placeof & P. MATS" qty ---L ,

the Man. While one is prepared 'to C. J. McGehee to a point on |(Seat) ;

From London. admit the courage the energy and the Church Street eighty-five (85) ,feet Examined and tppfOf 4 I* te. ?_ t '

foresight evinced by Mr. Daly In producing south of Conner Street thence South the 17th day of Aegtt.t, A. a 1)1-- _
Shaw's brilliant paradoxical along Church Street to Wilber Street, \S. sP. BJUQ1iBt
thence East along Wilber Street to Mayor City of Lit Osfc i 1
YiW Dt Costa's Success In and witty'plays., one would think that Pine Street. thence South along Pine ,
I= the word "genius" should be reserved NOTICE OP KUXTtUt,
Street to Parshley Street, thence East
uMamzl/lt Champagne. for the man who wrote them rather along Parshley Street to Ohio

than the man who Interprets-but Avenue, thence North along Ohio
Stall Gossip.. To the Sheriff of Kswwmw iMf* '
then genius a very big word. Avenue to point on the Eastern
boundry of Ohio Avenue, directly opposite Of the Mate of t1 ridet.

Viola De Costa star of "Mamzelle the Southern boundry of Wil
... cert meutlon of the fact that
Champagae." at the Madison Square ber Street, thence East through the
Be It TUt I H. 9UY !
Aftter Win* Ptnero has written a new I has home place of the estate of N. M. ,

|bj Kstt always excite a well merited root garden New York won tam. Parshley to a paint opposite a pointon CRAWFORD. Secretary of $Utf* _
t I this season through her engaging diverting Conner Street feet the State of fctttfcf
f4 VMertl Interest And when this twenty (20) Florida 4* Ii,
work in the title role. Shi east of eastern boundry line of the
.w pay .f bit bas Dot only already notice that a
I sings and dances most attractively. property owned by Robbins & Mc-
$n41 the tattllifent approval of tne It was on thls'root garden the opening G ehee, thence North ..to a point on GH..I..Mc1_

"'ttut la London but to also on night that Harry Thaw of Pitts- Haynes Street to a point opposite a will be held la Sawisfe 0****.1

burg shot and killed Stanford White point, twenty (20) feet east of the State! of Florida oa T*...y ***;

the famous architect Eastern boundry line of the property succeeding the first Mo.47 U E &tf* f feK -x

ROBERT BUTLER. owned by Robbins & McGehee on A. 0. 1104 the aa1! ?.
Conner Street, thence West along ember. **.1 j

I} Haynes Street to Haimlton Street day being the :
Good for the cough removes the Sixth n. of Xft" Wr '
thence North along Hamilton Streetto .
cold the cause of the cough. That's Duval Street thence West along For One RepreMaUtlTt .f U* .*M :,
the work of Laxative Duval Street, to hundred
: 1i Kennedy's a point one Congressional DllU'kt"+ rtefM* |<
(100) feet west of Ohio Ave. thence
Honey and Tar-the original laze ,
in the Sixtieth Coctrrn ef IfeMJ
South to Hayne Street, thence West II
1 tive cough syrup. Contains no opt United State j1
i along Hayne Street to the main line I
1.t ates. Sold by City Pharmacy. of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway For Two Railroad Commiadfoecft fw I

thence Northwest along the main line f, -
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES the State of Florida. !| >
of said Atlantic Coast Line Railway .
: Ia. to Duval Street, thence West along Two Justices of tta Sspretfc* "' I;

LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE It. R. Duval and Third Streets to the,railway of the State of Florida.

track known as the "Y", thence For Two Members of tt&t Itati fRepreseatttltw f.
The Louisville & Nashville Railroad
t Southwest along the railroad trackknown
of th. ltalt eli f
.will sell round-trip tickets from as the "Y" to Church Street I

Jacksonville to points shown on dates thence South along Church Street to Florida. i 477jF
Connor Street, thence East along For County Aueuor of 'sxra
Indicated. I
Proportionately low rates
I Iu
Conner Street to Suwannee. Street For Tax Collector.For :
from other points: and
point of
beginning. County Treuortr. !
Ia ( $17.63-Memphis, Tenn., and refer Section %.-That no person, persons
i Tickets on sale September 9th firm or corporation shall be allowed For Five County Commt..**,s. j

to 12th, Inclusive. Final return or permitted to build, construct For Three Member of the G.ta4f j
erect, enlarge or repair any Board of Public lattnsoloa. ] **$ 5<% _

It )t limit good to leaveMemphis building or structure within the said For Justice of the Peae4t !, sad ta' n' Ssf1 tjBr -"*
returning September fire limits as described in SectionOne *M % a c ?
: 20th. 1906. (1) of this Ordinance, whereof the following Justice i> ltfWt.VII s SII*** 4 = -vF

$3- -Dallas, Texas, and return. ue main material including'the roof : No. a, No. t, No. I, No. C, X* i yjj lifijjO> <#>i< -

;: Tickets sold October 6th and is- of wood or other combustible material 7, No.8. No. 10. Xa U. No 11. 'tta a-

f 7th. Final return limit 21 ;hereafter but that all budded buildings or constructed or structures No. 13. \. 14, No, U, N... It iM 5 >

days from within the said No 17 !
date of sale. fire limits shall ha M
-S. mainly of For Constable la and for the follow s...d.a1
$32.80-Buffalo, N. Y. and return. brick stone rock or someother ..
Tickets sold October 10t material not of a combustiblenature ing Justice Districts ill: No I. N*. i t.ft tiha =

11th and 12th. Final return i. persons, Provided firm or ,corporation That any owningor person t, No. S, No. 4, No I, No. I. l+st, p. "!

i limit leaving Buffalo October occupying any wooden or other No. S, No. 10, No U. No. U, Na i i

19th, 1906. building now within the said Fire 13. No. H, No. i i. No. If tfirst .. :l
Limits may repair the same by No. 17.InTestlmony. w '
$19.6o-Xew Orleans La. and
'. lOa 2>BZW. turn. Tickets on sale Oct- said submitting City the to plans the Fire or nature Committee of the of Whereof. I have ltr. Asa ws -

the Terf of an adequate interpretation ober, 12th to 15th, Inclusive. repairs desired to be made, and unto set my hand and afiied tie

s by a company as able and aecom.pl1lbfd I Final return limit October 30, obtaining from said Fire Committed great Seal of the Stat. of Florida, sttt mti. ,

ai that which larariably BUTroand 1906. By depositing ticket their approval such repairs and a at Tallahassee the Capital. taU
John Drey, the attention, ofTIQLl with. Special Agent. New' Orleans That authorizing the Fire Committee the same.is Provided not- the first day of September A U. ef: .

and paying fee of 50 c. hereby authorized to allow repairs 1906. is

an extension of return limit to any building or structure wheresuch (L.S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD
repairs would be twrf ta>r f fM "S4|
can be .secured until November more Secretary of State. *" *
than the building or feST fdhiTUa
structure desired .
ar 30, To J. H. Sheriff of etrr+ fcSi ag'i3it
I 190g.$17.63Memphis to be repaired. Provided further Rickerson 8u s '. '

Tenn., and return. that should the Fire Committee, at wannee County.

.1 Tickets sold October 15th, any time, give a permit to either ... h I MO.as

16th. 17th and 18th, Final build, construct, repair or enlarge; NOTICE or tttawN.WHEREAS. .
any building within the said Fire
return limit October 30th. By Mutt ke s.ad lt S. .
Limits and any member of the City The Leci&Utara of 1-. .sJ.Ute
ee depositing ticket with SpecialAgent Council knowing of such permit, o b- Constitution of 1885.of the State 01 llarUa. did tiniest aai kis.estrr.aa tit., ,

Memphis, and payingfee ject to the same for good reasons, it to pass the five Constitution Joint Resolutiott.propasinsAteeadstw of U. SUM ot llurUa. u4.. >3./rti.a el !!r .caw

of 50 cents, an extension shall be the duty of said objecting the same were agreed to by a voU at tkn*. 'I 4*
member of the City Council to fifths of all the members elected to tack U NIM: la ws ,, *.s er rs. s
of return limit can be secured file his objections to such that the vote on said Joint Resolutions were _
I until November 30. 1906. permit with the teNd upon thier respective Journals. will y.M I arltrl U,, .rttrt 4 ..,. m
Mayor, whereupon and
nays thereon and they did dcUmiM and iffy bs!tad ltr.r a -
t si $40.03-Chicago, Illinois and return.Tickets : it shall be the duty of the Mayor to: direct that said Joint resolutions b. submitted. etut evert .f sa.HaY +
order such work or repairs stoppedntil the electors of the State at the General Ckniua sad .war. tto. 1t..+ &
on sale daily to September in November. 190&
j trww ttaa ib. rww
the question of allowing the p erNow.TBEBEPORE. L H.CUY CUw I '
eirsatt erne! .f ew.Nrti -
i 30th. Final return mit can be passed upon by the City retory of State of the State of Florida do o.s.o.l I w M Ill. drraw.t'xars4ra .
limit October 31. 1906. Council. give notice that a etaeMt r d sa.

$38.40-Hot Springs Ark., and re Section 3.-That framed buildings, GENERAL ELECTION 1 rand Art r.. +ev+ '
turn. Tickets sold daily. covered with sheet iron shall not be will be held in each county in Florida on Tuesday w le tr..d b.Aw. '
allowed to be built or constructed next succeeding the first Monday ia N**_her. OutkAeatwa of tlrrr '
Final return limit 90 days within the said Fire Limits. A.D., 1906. the said Tuesday being the w I.trier W riser.ea w
SIXTH DAY Of NOVEMBER. tern)w th..0..' r
ITi from date of sale. Section 4.-That hereafter when
Daily to September any person, firm for the ratification or rejection of the laid Joint
30th, roundtrip persons or corporation Resolutions proposing Amendments
to the
summer tourist tickets will be shall desire to build construct tution of the State of Florida, vii: Consti Sretn. 17, TVr<"< $W4V''
or enlarge or repair any building or lull k. .rPi.aw'w ,e "
on to
? resorts. Full Information structure within the Md hi < ,1lY
i said Fire Limits That the following qiMty +rtaca .tit
amendment to Article XVI sad to eae..t ,s >+
schedules +e
time before
tables commencing such
: building or of the Constitution of the State of Florida be and ol record. TW e+r.r _- t
etc., will be furnished promptly, on structure, they shall submit the plans it is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to .hat! fare h.t a...+. .-sMlt
the electors of the State at the ,.
general .
and election d..n.urrs
application to specifications of the same to the be held on the first Tuesday after the to tar.!
first !
Monday l+ rte wttls.t.rwe ,'-* gas
Fire Committee of the said City for in November. A.D.. Mr
1906.for ratification '
r G. E. HERRING, tion. or rejec of murd. .WtMt i- 1r. **- *
the approval of said Committee, Snd
Fla. Pass. Agent L. & X. R. R. Section Z>. The Governor. the Comptroller the -e s
which said Committee if they approve Treasurer the Attorney General and the a acetrtta w tl+ .ems !
Xo. 118 w. Bay St., of such plans and specifications : sioner of Agriculture of the State of Florid Commt.ptutw.dittsa, and ptteta.Crum tt taa lies I
shall issue to such their successors in office are hereby '
JACKSONVILLE FLA. person persons constituted APptvvsti iffy al
and designated _
as a board of drainage ,
firm or corporation a building i era, and are hereby authorized anti commission .hto I' lr S u' .,
IL 1 ORDINANCE FIXING FIRE LIMI rs. permit; If such plans and specIfications : i,establish a system of canals drains,empowered levees" dikes to flat 0.. ..,..... __....
Ordinance No. 31. are not approved by the said and reservoirs of such dimension and depths sa b of tAe(basitWira-4.... ",rnuti4
An ordinance to establish a ,fire Committee then such building or the sinners judgment is deemed of said advisable board of to drainage drain and CiOIftInl.. ,... -- V Mawr ar.-" .a...-

limit In the City of Live Oak FlI or- structure shall not be allowed. Provided the swamp and overflowed lands within the nee State t w oral- ..to...tie Ie lraw Ida t "- .,-r.-.aF
DBCOSti. I Ida. to prescribe the manner of builde however that such person of deemed Florida or such parts or portions thereof as b hectk* L BHt.> ....' ji .
best by said board of drains. ..... .
persons firm or corporation, should nionera from time ununia t rguUtawMeto irw ,1. z
to time and to provide for ...
they feel themselves aggrieved by irrigation of the lands reclaimed and to maintain ...ttM.. -G.-,.... .*'
r the decision of the said Fire Committee suJ such canals,drains,levees,dikes,and reservom''is ed to eark I... ew .

may appeal to the City Council territory manner so drained.as will be the most Slate advanUcmM of Kknda.tw Ha\.hen.. b. ........ vyr.w tfc.UM A .

d for such building permit, and up- habitants and the commerce thereof srw yeu. ad.aat... _, -
on such appeal to the City Council missioners Section 33.are That hereby the board .f drainage ..*. ......paysr..... to. ,.,.R .
tue City Council may grant or refuse to establish drainage autborued and _i.w rI OJ. .... ......, ....
such aries thereof in the districts and fli the Urn..: .........-.- II _,
c permit. board of drainage Suu vt 1unda.. That the a4r.... ofi.. !tie : .
: SUWANNEE Section 5.-That cnmmisnioixrs be and n is .. ...
BAKERY any person who thorized and : -
empowered to ... hiss lNa r
r violates or attempts to violate any of of all the aurrial III' ._ prepare a .. .. .tl. M .
amp sad e+vsrftowd .
the of this able lands within such aa. ...... ... IIIi V .,./
provisions:: Ordinance, drainage district er .. "- ,._.
meta and i
k's shall upon conviction therefor beDeeding ten kvythemm cents anacr.... tu nut iT V t"H.......as et--
fore the :Mayor of said City, be annually by said board pn acre of draiaagec m annum u U fiuJ ...... .... ....'
Bread Cake Etc. i h+ tics .. ..
Pies arrr at d.rar
punished by a fine not to exceed five ties and embraced the various in tax auewon of Ole .?,_,..... ""'- ......., .. ....
isr hundred dollars ($500), or by imprisonment drainage district part dwukta or ia wkvle witJUa irk .,... rt qr.erl ....,
r in the City prison for a list or lute and enter or the same aIIaU r...ve rr........./cite __
Cakes made upo* the
to order. tai .
special Cream NIl
Bread of the A't. I-
i county or eounti
a period not three ia hrj.
exceeding months. watch such .
1\oe ........ .. .
Specialty. Mays Bros., Broome & Turbeville, Section 6.-The provisions of this age lie and commissioners the amount so ia such levied maiuwr by the b,and.... of forniZ.dilZf .w.de.atp. .a. -

i Surrency Powers and G. W. Townsend handle g occupant Ordinance, contractor shall apply or to workman the owner on, may mUswuers be prescribed hum time by to the tin*board,whirl.j dtalaan a..miiUlLaa nlerl.......M. ..tIIr.....-too .

'our bread, and no others. any such building or structure. i:counties be collected wbereia by tbe suea rarities Wv tea tevV eolbctora of u.e r::::. .- '
t- ..
Section 7.-This Ordinance shall other taxes are eoU.WteMAirdaAcT ..... 1... #.
eb go into effect immediately upon its and pay over said amovnts culbrtod ..will tA. .-J b. 11.1.l J,1r. -
( of dn.inaae .
--tuMrIo .d
- by the City Council and shall have a lira v-.rJl'J?T*IT*
: passage approval superior to all avtls ....
r MlI
the taxable k
, ., in any meek drain,,,,dtstrie
.. by the Mayor fa
I IT ; be enforced by tax levy,tO,.
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sszsffizssssz. ; 'E .Pniftst: Toni 'Sliarkej 'nas been SOUTHERN UATLWY

spending a, few greeks-tut: very few
dollars, for I know Toai-la Paris. Ant -

: IDLE MONEY Paris still llres. Truth lias: many mj*.
tertea. Tom called on -Count BonJ de TWO TRAINS DAILY TO WASHINGTOH AND N**T8ML I

Castellaae. and Boui, probably,fearing
( his rival In the wine business, sent
SciwduW Effcctirt> NOMBBW. 1M& -
word that ha was not In. So
they both
Money often lies idle .
missed '7' { Il106a
seeing each other and they No.84 Na Two Traiu East I NOU{ NO&TUAMDWtOTJ _

I. awaiting opportunities were TomS both: locky.e stepped" the jay life, 'U 401 10 1 !Up 1L..JaebcYiU..Ar'L.....Savasnab.Dp .Jeuup.Ar.Ae IOpb.JCiLL 45pAr..IackMviIU&!!, .*f*.AJ A.
1 t30p 32 l5p'L.
Evidently there was no money In It CUp' OOaIAr..CulutnhiL.L. S W.'.LT ..'. Ga.J.Ky Lt
S IQa'I.b.AtlucaGa.&I .Lw
investment but these for him. He visited the art galleries to 06p 9 56. .b..Chariotte.. ;Lr. 'I lOa Ar.RaoM.Ca. .& Br U _
; opportunities 12 $6a 12 Sip ArGreensboroL 8 ZSa Ar-DattM.Cs..ZR Ry.Lt
tQ6aS9a 2 lOp ArjH2p ....D nville..LT 9 45a Ar.Chataw.TS. R7-:
< Ar.-.Richmond. I mp At.L zingtaXa&C.L.
do ,not come I WAMTCft. Bof "'417a602a 4 20p Ar..LjrncbbarK..LY 'I tOp Ar.CiDc'aad.QQ"C-U
su tHt --
I lOp Ar.Chartotttsvlile toD'L.-' ; oBl .4.AfCw'naUC
945aU bop Aa.Wmhington..Lt 7 IO.!
Ar '
week month S9a U J5p .Baltiraore.LT I ji--ie't'tiPa.' -W B 4.E=-='.v.
every or even 1 t5p 2 S5a tu..W.l'hila..LY 110a1 & : LiDIa.AIt
I < 30a Ar. wYork..L -IAI'-.Lia s.Lv
In the meantime this Not.Stand SiNew York and Florida E* 7 +11Ar.L..cu.'at'lCBiDA mxr.ilo."'t.eLY;
press"Daily Pullman Drawing Room Steeping I L --
f Car.Port Tampa and Jacksonville to New York.Noa *2oa'Ar-ToWo-C. H.4ti Ct:
SO"Washington and Florida Ijg? Ar Detroit, .
money should be earning Limited." Duly Pullman Drawing Room Sleepy Mukr-M-U -
ing Car,Jacksonville to New York. Dining _,:ALY Clnn. 41 F.erAr

something; and it can if No. THXOCGH LAND or TBB SKY. 6 ,I L..1.z: IaDI1.Bl.\'ouL"rtoSS"'K :At
.Q 301 f 10p L .L, .".!.,.UW.A R/.U -
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1 55p LV Jacksonville. Fla. Ry.Ly -
you place it in this bank. 12 1SaLv.s.vannah. Ga.__....Ar 10 02a Ar-Annkttw.A 8-Ky-U:
5 OOa,Ar_.Columbia. S. C-.........LTAshviUe U Ola.b.Blra1la-.AAa,.L,
1 bop Ar._.... N. C. -...LT < 05p Ar-UtrnpltM..FI-MM..U
2 37p Ar..._H.ot Springs N.' CLv 9 40a A>.lUMMCUyrrugt,
6 OOp Ar........ Kno vipe.Tenn.---LY T..L'Ai:
8 50a Ar.Lowsvileo K7..L.
9 Qa"'Ar-Hot 8pnng .Ai.L
6 12p Ar..St. Loui Mo_..Lv >
8 15a Br..._......Cincinnati, 0..JLv '
LIVE OAK FLAJCL N ot 30.P.Ilrnaa Dnvte R.a.a
Sleeping Car BtwM Jackawvd*, tt fALL
TRAINS. Yilte.AaavUl*.Hut Spring Kumtthiadnattl [3 d w -

H. BROWN,. Pashlresidenk c. A.. HARDEE, I Vice-Pres ullet.n. Count fieri dt CgselutesepQed"Ute -FioridaLfanited-Da0y Solid Vertftul Train Through day (ostkM aad' huts.....
D. E. HORN. W. J, HILLMAN, Colorado Jacksonville to Alt P Urau .apwj Cat j
t Sp!'l1i8.CoL.via ha. Kan atCity.. t

r JAMES FREEMAN. District Paaunger A& nt,108 W.Bay St.Jaek .Vti'r1,fk.

T.... ....

J:. SCHEDULE. \' Live Oak

Itti crs WITH ALL TRAINS ON S. |A. L. RY. AND A.C. L. RY. AT LIVE OAK. M'f'g.Co.x

Manufacturers of
I )Ii. No.L Na 4'

-I Ilad i4to STATIONS Mail and MizedFgtI Daily Lumber Ice Electric Lights Power
.s Expreaa. Exeept ,
tlMir. Daily Sund y.

and Naval Stores.Electric .

pss/MpaIii.v.._ -. ...... .Llve Oak,......,..... .._.Ars 1020am 650pm.Poi i

Ii -1'#; II .. L' r.._.. .. ......Lv. 10 00 a m 630pnt Lights in any part of the city furnished for Residence Y

ere Y p m'Lv' ..... .._.Stoi eey.......-...............Ly. 852 a m II 20 II In or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power- H

11salpt..::1.,..._.._.Lanier _.___._.L.. 95oam 403 Pin day and night current-for manufacturing purposes.
.. + 4 I
.... ...._ KlI'kland..._. ._ ...._
61 6 I N p as 1.6 .Lv 9"am lUpin H.:lacEPISODES Cay el it*. Wholesale and retail Ice-out. City orders have special Itt .

,. a ,J.r ........._...Wilmarth."......... _.Lv. 8 86 a 18 I 40 1
II In tion and all orders promptly filled.
.iS CLv........,..'.''.......... ..Wilmarch.___...........Ar.At ,
U DCBtSa TO8ILUlEEt'S STAY El ___ ._. .._"" !
_.... ___.LllrIville._ PABI$
C. i J" a.. .."._.Luraville.__-_.......-...........
but he did not go either to the zoo Live Oak &
I Ar __wima5Kb.......................... or to the museum, if Paris has cither Perry Gulfi

.is 4 4. ..IL' .......Wdmarth..4.. ................_.Ar.. .'as a m Ii 39 Pm FOR IF IIE IIAD TEfi MANAGEI13
0.6 -
.. It p to ..................".._.suwannee Giver_..................:..Lv. 9 3Z a m b 37 pm WOULD XOT HU\:E ALLOWEl Railroad Company.
1 Y 161 p.IL..._. .... .......__N oocL- Lv. 'ZO a m Ii 4A pm .

.. a _..I AI ...............Maya.a.tSi .........._......_.......Lv. 912 a m 51 pm SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 10. ISO*.

S ,L,....t........_->>&10.-, ....Ar. 500 pm THE BREATH OF LIFE.

S A,.._. .. .. ,_. UIt .........w..4 45 It's a significant ,fact' that the f k i () : J
,41 a.,..........".. ""_.Alton-.........-..._.......Ar. 4 20 pm pm strongest animal of its size the gorllla Ii.

p a Ar..........._.__....1Ia'0.U .".. ..M......_...._... _.Lv. .' 4051118j also has the largest lungs. Powerful oo UaOaadPau Passenger Frt. and Pass STATIONS II I j J 11lllJ

-j(, 11 ;;, '_...... _..........Maya..w.. h. 810. m tOO pmI lungs means powerful creature No.1Daily Nab No.3- .................... I-j
I Daily ex.Sun ,
Sunday Only !
S iii III p otLv.Pedro. Ar. I 0 a m 340 How to keep the breathing organ n
Ua. A. M. P. M. ova P. Y. P. A. tA.Y..
lit alii'1; m p i.I .._......_..... t Road. __._.Lv. 81i1 a 18 130 Pm right should be man's chiefest study. Leave Leave 240 Arrh. N.I Am.. Arsp ;
I U Like thousands of others, Mrs.. Ora 800 L30 254 __.Live Oak.. 410 & .... ... j
41 1 N L.__.___. ._ --Lv. 840am Z65pmI 813 1.43 800 Eo Sink ..6 ual.... tI. j
U 4... A. Stephens, of Port Williams. 0., I 818 1.48 r- s' .. .. 41! : ta
U8. k14t:I; I ..-... ............. i. __..._... a3o.am z4opm 822 1.52 807 815 =-Mtarre. _- 4 M UI .. It' '!
'iL' a.aM has learned how to do this. She 82 | 1.55 .. 41)6 &.11 UI j
Kwne........ _Lv. 834 2.04 3 30 '- PlMtt-- I $5a L.1 UI f L
S Itj 1 11 pwLv. II .m 8 Z3 a m Z 2D pmI writes: "Three bottles of Dr. King'sNew Ar. 8 39 Ar 2.09 Ar. :340 -Lancaster.... \ 'y1Ar I
I 3.0Ii L' l.s L.U. Lv t1l r L' S 11
atL __.... of Lv. I 45 Lv 4.45 Lv. 410 Dowling Park. I at Arta At U. N1.14 a
S S.j 181 p '__ Fenholg way .LV. 115am t 10 pm Discovery stopped my cough 4 15
Ar 149 t lIS L.4i Lis >
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s1L.I __........... two years and cured me of what my 860 Lv 4.50 417 -Chancy. I 3 Ii Ar U' ...
M 11II/ p ...OJ ..OJ........ ._Denmark .._.Lv. 8 08 a m 1 35 PiliI 8 52 420 -.Bell.- a 1

am n '. p aA'I ...,"I ,"''', ................Perrr.a.a ._....._.Lv. aooam 12DpmI friends thought consumption. O, It.s 857 4.57 Ar.Lv. 4 4 Z5 40 Mayo.......Day Junction_:.. I I 116! I &. .IA t0Y8: .Lt.t". '
I; grand for throat and lung trou- I 900 906 a 5,06 5.00 446 ........5110_..... III ... 1! ,Lai All 1;
115 Ut L 4i 1.1
-- bles." Guaranteed by Barclay & 9 10 5.l0' 4 52 _Townsend .? I I 01 ua' I.. jI
!AT.CTC.lvT.l..>...8tatJG.. (f) Flag Station. (r) Reziater. (s) Regular StoP. (a) 25 625: 512 __'s utb-.. I I t1 Ali t ... W
Price 50c and 527
An T. P. ALSTON Superintendent. druggists. 9S3 5.38 FenholluwayLv. J 15 1.81 h a i ua
)StatM Ar. 540 _. ..Perry.....
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Ar. 9 60 Ar 5.50 I Lv U8 Lv L. S... .
..1..RAUI*. GMMnl PaM> r Agent Ar.1030 Ar 630 Ar 035 Hampton Sp L ._L'IOI ;L.u. I Lor"..

1".1..1>0 of SiO.rr !a. MAYO and ALTON

Hi .. ii ::1.'. :.u t-h: .' -.o. ..-','. many

ATLANTIC COAST LINE j.'th.*..:. n' .::!: ...1'.t'. .-T "\ For w ..- s
.r..M.- tr.'. a 1 f -1..1' uat.' :.; iMtiA whis- I I I
Frt and Pass Frt. and Para Passenger FP_ and ..*. "" "'" "iS>'_f i-itf.'Daily ..
l.u d.' ,: ije.Jier milk STATIONS.
>/ > 1. :; : ,
No. 7 Na 9 No. 11.Sunday I a S I N.. 1" .. 1
ur il t-.: '.l ., ,' :-1 :ill:>".\el 01 h\srd.Fu Daily ex Sun. Dail7ex._ Sun Only '. e x Sua- Gaily a IJBr.dap! o.ar
Florida Georgia Alabama .'":t'..i.Hl'!'. I'Ot t l.Ci tlltt n.m1of A. M. P.M. P.M. A. It.Arrive. P. )(. i A. M.
Leave Leave Leave Arrive Attira
ih.'t ::.' ..t'!-y aului.ti. tae Litrt. uuy beI 9.00 4.30 5.10 Dowling Park 107 1MiM : U6
North Carolina and : (':it: h..!... ana :i *:':1.:1m l:1 hod of 9.10 4.40 5.22 Mayo Junction toW t. Ut
Virginia 9.23 4.53 5.34 Clark 1.41 ...
i'tti:-h.t: ; :"i e.ier.'j li t.) thrjw a dead 9.38 LOS 5.44 Peterson 1.31 I Leh Ul
kire Into h'a Swat. Same: of the fishermen : I 10.00 1=5.30 a 5.56 I Mayo' 1.20 t 4tu ill
Ar 1010 A.r' 5.40 Ar 6.02 Alton L7.00 LT
L South Carolina. helltnf In luck attending aii odd ,lL"'" .
numbe.oJ l'e'bat the fortune a Regular atop. Connection made at fowling Park fvr aU train to and fro.Liver 0X 44 f.cr>
For information aa to connection,with other line*, 'i/hun. or call .a GMMT formr- Mt
+ .. ----- may b. tcutrrlized should one of the 'phone 147 Lewin Building.Live Oak.
f u\mher have red balr.-London Stand- THOMAS DOWLIN& Present R. P.HOP lNS. OtMnl Pa....w ArIt
The Great Highway of Travel from11n'lUaast ard.

w North soot i W. H. Brown, the popular pension 1

attorney of Pittsfield. Vt.. says: SEABOARDAir

"- ... "Next to a pension the best thing to
get is Dr. King's New Life Pills." He

TO THE EAST, TilE FAMOUS writes: "they keep my family in Line Railways U

FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED splendid Headache,health.Constipation" Quick and cure Bilious for Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines. RakigH ,J1

ness. 25c. Guaranteed at Barclay

!m, AND NEW YORK EXPRESS. & Groover's drug store. Richmond Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia New Yorlu: i

Three Elegant Trains Diily 1



the Word Pepsin."

Coast Line mileage books, good to all points, via all GU R E C Headache, Indigestion,I SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pull.I .

M far East \Yashington, and as far West as St. Louis, U Insomnia KerYOiisness I man Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, JackaonYW

", ti and New Orleans; rates 2500. On the Spot. and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Aujrui-
tine 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays.

L CONSULT THE PURPLE FOLDER. So Opiates Absolutely Harmless i

ill Druggist lOt, lye, aai M. ONLY LINE
fled and full information regarding rates, Pullman reserva-
Jacksonville to New Orleans
for Sale By Operating daily through sleepers from .
achedules call on your nearest ticket agent write, Fur full information and simper rewrrratk.iM call

ARr. v-Paaa. Agent l38 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville, F1a. S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.,
: !% h.uenrcr Traffic Manager. General Offices, Wilmington-. C. LIVE OAK. FLA. Assistant General Passenger Agent.

tE. Ce x. Pw Agent, General Offices. Wilmington, N. C. 41-23-trwi-yr. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .-. -.


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with a well equipped modern- Printing Plant, new type, and artistic 'fmi. '- ;

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Another Pacing I not Courtland L iiiUs ..."j .). .
was claimed. Mr. ; trw
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Barnard ... a.'. ram .
'' furnished identification, for, .. ..... -
the colt II the t.at st "' :
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Ringer ExposedFM gray < by Jubilee and, It .
re could not be ptoveri otherwise, the a 4t4 ae tt1a
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Barn rd' continued"to1race t R3.ILs M ,
F Winner t>f Sevtntttn through Wlscorism 'with ,unvarying the horse i&Slhtfll ) .. .. ..... .. .
.Firsts It..:Really success until 'the? close' of the sea dri. L tsa rsr ... ee .
Pacer Walter H. During the winter he made strenuous fetM tMWf ft. *** *
efforts to sell hluu and late hi the aM ,esy I D
spring It was n.t> rti.>J be had done so _. .- .-,-
After one of the most successful ring- a man nagj U .rris: In ;'o'v York bebg -- I ..... sit .....J'M .
tog tours ever made daring which in .bz mentioned as the purchaser. About .It* I ..... -- -
one season he started In twenty-one v the same time Mr. Kn'ght learned that I bHr __ .r i-
ntH, winning seventeen firsts two ,, ..:
see- the horse :tit f' ae other than Walter { tolHsfif rr.4 'l
cads two thirds and $2SSO in purses 11. He demaudea another photo but '' lOlI' lta i. .. rwt. I -- till
Gcorce F. has beeu Identified as the Barnard claimed he could not locate ... ,.. .... ...
paM Walter IL 2:1414..George F. 1 'S ki ,..... .
was the horse, as be did not have Harris' rb f.nr *valrw tIIt _
owned bj George F. Barnard, Royal- address.Thracgh. sa 'ft'. ..... .. .. ..
too Minn lie was an iron gray geld- I the secret service work of s# : ,.. .... W I ..... .-
lac. about fifteen hands. During the g ., he assn;'Ltlou the horse was located,
latter part of his career at least he was and itt\:3 learned recently that he _hed,,,
driven by Dert Matthews. sr SArtoNsr.marren wwzrrwins,HH*
The search ,.,
would ht.t in a catch race at Duluth 1----- W s :
1rh.:t ended in his being identified track: rocord from t! as
WALTEB H. CENTRAL FIGURE Iri.T Minn. Mr. Knight. In company ... .. w4du '
Walter U. has been pursued by Secretary TCKr SCAXDAL.purchased with J. II. Conklyn. Mechanicf arg. 0., and tnaklu-r a world's record tottba I JAR Are q < tter
\v, H. Knight of the American mni a party hi Minnesotaa hi whose possession the hor:e was fastest heat trotted la a net bj a I .aM _.... 4star ...
Trotting association with great persistence gray colt by"jubilee.vWa'tw when sold aa-1 shipped to Barnard at mare. She rvJuceil bf r ovu tire rv I t 1* ,rr _
and patience. II., now George P., was 'once WIt t6 Duluth. TU41-- fit tt" ord by n quarter.of. ww m.1. -
During the early spring of 1005 Mr. placed in training and soon began to track they saw the gelding George F.. _ssVM.s1t.
;-k Barnard wrote to a plrtrln Mechanics- show great speed. When the racing which Mr. Knight had seen last year "TO CURE A FELO.V* iwwy.T. ".' ''''-
: burg 0., and. after some correspondI season opened in Dakota in June he at Ashland. Mr. Conklyn at once MIlt a p., "t, ?'' I
i; I bought on the statement of the was sent out and started in the green Identified him as Walter II. says Sam. Kendall, of PhtlUptlwrc. .....,. 1r! .e r._ e'a
owner and photo a gray gelding called classes and made a very good showing Sweet !:lr1e. 2:0%, has surprised Kan., ...*-.....
I Walter IL, with a pacing record o f After feveral races hi that state and the harness race fiends by eclipsing al "just cover it over with Uu 4t> -
IJ4U- The horse was shipped from Minnesota be was shipped to AshUtn d 3. of her past meritorious len's Arnica Salve and the Salve wW .
performances. .
Woodstock 0.. to Barnard care of the I \\h. t'svrar II '- r+t
At the do
x grand circuit race meet at the rest. Quickest
Berry sale stable Union stock yards. By this time rumors had become cure for lfte ht tis sww til
Toughkeepsie X. Y.,
recently, In the Burns Boils Sores
Qlcazo1114 Woua
there delivered to Bar rife that he was a ringer and his realnarce .
free for all .
urd or hla trot. Sweet Marie went a Piles, Eczema Salt babDes sad jr aWMs '
agent by tte Rheum
man in charge. was Courtland. 2:151/i, a Chall9f'4 f
IU, was then shipped to Minne3Dta by Manager, 2OG}'. Mr. Knisfht graypacer mile mark in for 2:0?, making the season's Hands. Sore Feet and Sore B>r*, a Ir1 ... ,... t'...* I
where his name was chanted to Georg In company with a trainer named Herr, the fastest heat trotted in i a i Only 25c at Barclay & Qroover' drug I eaeta .ad ealsrr y ... ..
P, race or against time .lowering the
r About the same time Barnard ASJ: went to Ashland to see George Fs I store. Guaranteed. I t__ aw w n ..

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