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 8, 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: UF00075905:00114
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slump In Lumber Price May ('au'ot' Values Increased $:JOO,570; III One

Ittg Mills to Close ))uwu. Year. -

Filippinos Refused Admissionto Florida Congressman BaMeva
| VW_ Pr ivi sde< Rebels.j.Itr. ( Jacksonville Metropolis. ) Last year, after a thorough revision

The slump in lumber prices which of the city tax book, and after
Louisiana State Cuba Ann .
.. Arms University Opposes x.i..si.
I IIU hat prevailed for the last six weeks many sessions of the hardest kind

will br met by the sawmill men in of work with one idea in ,'iethat

an organized movement to lessen the of equalizing city property valuesfor

AlSO \1IIO(! 1 1I ....lhllH.{'. RACE Gl\l\ [ AS REASONThe [ taxation that all might beara TIK[ NOT ttl! COM[

All the big concerns will probably just and equitable por-

I Irt'e i down one or more of their mills tion of the expense of city government ----

I he object being to cut down the out- the city council completedits

i. a ....'..... i I pill to a basis where the business Authorities IMi'veihllll'uts labors and found the tax books re- Would Hi in;; I'n-ltHU, ef UiCulm d

a ,. ,_..aHI .t will !M> more profitable. Would K\iwH Them If They presenting a property valuation of Into :>luti tVuif+...

| Affording to the Savannah News Were Ailiuittttl $1,4:!O,230 ; a valuation largely in excess -
... ..... 10 tutu With KUU*
1.1 ula) the mill men claim that the of the previous year. The council

i "flit ihKlklon of the building inspec- Baton Rogue, La., Sept. S.-On on this valuation, placed a mill- Representative Si.p...a M ilrllrrt+

jtwi la New York to refuse the use account of race prejudice the authorities age of 7 mills to cover all expensesof man. of Florida, hi .. W........_

< .... ....... al Id* short leaf pine in buildings of the Louisiana university the city government. That their looking after the later ** MB ....

n toe .... twit the effect of causing the have refused admission to three action was wise, none can doubt now stituents. U
.I. Ie of the product of ........ ... ti
r .tvcatatort+ who had bought heavily inasmuch as the end of the year .lee
Filipino students brought to this
*** .._ i. |>Urv inelr holdings on the marh showed as large a balance as the end of Cuba no i>voiU la th. t'..,..

..t at fi!
4M r e111- *** >H rl>rt prices prevailing at the to be educated in American in- age was 12 % mills. in the new i.laud r.-tmbHcly tartrr.t .......

..... .|... lM d,-('Ulon was effective. stitutions. W. A. Sutherland, of the The council has again thoroughlygone than do the tit,... frwK pw"i.

r r s/i1r8 1M ante fondltlon which holds bureau of insular affairs who is superintendent over the tax books, investigating and the tobacco mBf.eti Mi .( this

.s ... 1"1i+ .. New York ti present also in Phila- 1 of the Filipino studentsin every assessment thereon, and State. When a.ke4 at tto Metrwiiolitan

.'.* ...... r4........ and with these large mar- this ('ountrwas in the city the the books now show a total valuationof Hotel, In tt'ashis..lp. b a

t ,$... .... ....lInt; out against the short first of the week coming here from $1,780,800, an increase of $360.- Pool reporter for his rte.* M tar

I .....". tsI4.s tbe effect is felt in the Washington to make arrangements 570 over last )ear. A most encouraging present trouble in t.'."". Mr s h

.+. "IiltMlt. .I.. tawrl.rt$ and prices have under- for the placing of the Filipinos at the increase certainly, and one that man said:

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.I .... '......1 1 I the students take an agricultural docs feel sincerely proud of, .for if lion that can be afonait< .Ila.+r. teat

ftttor unique feature of theta i course,. because agricultural conditions there is anything in the world that the present lM 'rr tkMi Mi C to *ti":
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adl1b1% the Dart that the scarcity here are similar to those in makes a Live Oakian's heart swell amount to but un.., aM ttw any

.... ..-I III Iai.r ..*. bad In it. A prominent i the Philippine! islands. The university with pride its the evidence of growthof future attempts at aa ....... .f tbu

'f ...I character will ( .ail ,...... Tk.
trN$1 siaa wltt taut night that because authorities however, concludedthat his own city. w )

1stt ... ...denuate the milK had it would be unwise to take Filipinos But for the fact that provisionmust I people of CaW. Uto .....* IB tats

ases s..bit- for rome time '0 run at I on account of the race prejudice. be made for a sinking fund for, i country are patriotic, a.4 wa1W II"

.... '(t1I1.N ...l working rapacity, and i The authorities believed the students the proposed bond issue of $200,000,, 1 like to see ito troa.... and _t1 Id.!..

I.... ..*4 b.-.-.. a iiH-aim of prvectingK would not allow the Filipinos at the and the interest thereon, it would resulting Iron tto pr.Esat Mttt Fw

k tokJ1L..[I Uk- pn4... +"Aac e en lower university, even if they were allowedto not be a difficult matter to reduce the the established ........... .....y

.... I VlP Na/.ed union being difficult\ to enter. city millage to 6 mills this year, but t ed, no matter how .............., Ia

significant It BM, to h.. t.*'
... would be lajartoat tar baaeB us It,

A .1 ... ... .'
ikland. tail I* psiUsni M .. 6'shsd

....ik State and ottorcommercial
. 1 .... r\ relattaaj vHfc ... fa***

to .' people."

k '4 40 tt \1.tI.Iwtealt.c ...
.,... to. .
....... a \ hen aed If to ta.1Il tilt..tI

I was any daajar .. .w.aTtul I'
tita.iiF .t
li preen ,.,. /. test .sal< I"
I the Mr. Stiaraigatlre .. .yiwtt.j' s ..
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... "No," he coatlaao< h. *m**
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has sot foae far c* HI.I. sea It ,
any such belief BW .toBot I '.. t. ..'

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tips .1 ,i a.nti. 4 ter
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.t.,. of I ho mills voulc t autMiD MF
!tit'TiI1I'OTTU\ ASMK'IATIOV if the city bonds are sold on the Kith,
illBBlag on full time if it had .' 1 ,"
I. as is probable, the millage will I* !
ii iM iiilt to st-care a full coiuli F I tt' j r .. I
I I '.' Clicalliaiu IXonoiatcd-I'riw Fi"t'tl ( naiderably higher than last v
,> nn'ul of workmen. With the marI I:0; I .
For Slun-t (" I but we will have a city considerably
i lull of lumber the ruanipi'itarshi \ ha .'
I. lit I better, prettier, larger, and of it w. ,.
UIMUARV to keep the prices down. lua I J.
I ,11M I ; Hot Springs Ark.. Sept. 8.Yes will be a whole lot prouder than w,'. i
4bil the salvation of the men in UeH t1.h.J. ',' "
1 iterdav's session of the Executive Com- now are and Live Oak is our Loan-. 1
>4" U to lessen the product sug.. ," I ,
4 I mittee of the Southern Cotton Association and if we don't beautify it and muk." ,
'I don know just when we will wOI1..1 -1 Ula .
1 -It I it habitable and attractive with tin,
1 which considered the chargeof c 1
iM-gln to take steps in that direction, yq1 'I.-' felt ,
... I in comforts of life who will suppl \ .
speculating futures made : I.
Br eontlaufd "but unless: n atters iiue Ii nCuba'\ ..< 4'1" \ I

. z .1 ..I 1 prru\e will do something within 'I' against Richard Cheatham exonerated them -l"i I .ill 1,
I > a tae* Secretary Cheatham, and instructed
for Bt-xt week or two. piOU'i fill ill << Vli .
1 It. JIM tl I the MMItKM.lX\ 11KVOLT
___ president of the association ,
I aIUl.'IOa' 10. t ,1 H <'II I
II etsit) 1 to --- --
confer with
i \ WII.I.SSWEIt: IlllYAN' counsel lookingto and ou: .t' 1"< M,n. .,' ,
. I .. I atrMtrtr( an investigation of the cotton exchanges i 1'loridauijnr; .Miiaii Says: ltilut'rt'('
Cuban prtl! i h spiel: ss, .
,4. .... IBtr i lion Will Amount
to I.idle.
of the United States !I
I I :',ullita a S.ijs ||f Will Hiplyto Lutes I especially ations 1<,:, in nl l > ]1'1t.-_ i j ,. \A
f rd by |I I the New York Cotton Exchange. ; ,
NYbraskau Washington, Sept. 8.-lleprestntative l- Krt ssional! dial' 1114 a' r' ; .t
'# 'tI .1 further i j I Incorporated in the resolution i S. M. Sparkman of the .
Tampa L, afford ton fll" II 1It\! !'f' I' 4

't tiuViTt I New' York, Sept. Interviewed I I clearing Mr. Cheatham was an expression Fla., District, is Washington.. 1: PUs r'ssitt/: 0: '",' 1101.:. t

lIIUD"Ue C. Sullivan i, providing that it shall constitute i speaking of the present trouble i n ,
... b> a morning paper, Roger |
'ID the 1 the Democratic national committeeman I an offense in the future for Cuba, Mr. Sparkman said: I rtX\_U.t; Hi t'. ,.......*
fe they 1 I,[ any officer or member of the Executive -
"I believe from
from Illinois, who is at' all the inforOliition -
,ml i the tta'pu Waldorf-Astoria, refused to make Committee or member of any ,, that can be ascertained now Geo gig Tur s.a/ua. dwrrai'it II*M
I ssrr, ando I state committee to deal in futures.
t I any reply to the attack made upon that the present insurrection in Cub>a t"ah"r S$.twit HiMMlIv
lIDoI ence of The Executive
J to-day
I him by Mr. Bryan in Chicago. : will amount to but little, and any u;i-

*l of Pardul1aJ' "1 am content to think things over recommended to its members and rising of the character will be equal! i Valdosiu, I;,i .;..;!' i IS ill

I th.- death for the moment," he said. "but I'll cotton growers of the South that no futile." :I per, a well!! Known 'ui ; '. 'i .. ..'

'utu"'1)t! have something to say, all right, when., cotton be sold during the present i! When asked if he thought ther,"a'i B.Iq'.:" !. A ..n .', I ....

A*.\\ III t 1 get back to Chicago." season at less than 10 cents per i! was any danger of annexation:- !10-. !l, .. : i.. VI. '. 1 \\

tilt TAMPA pound. ,! Sparkman expressed a negative ":":I' i : I ,,: 'III".', !I.. a
I The placing of the minimum priceat ion '. ,
1\41 .VAIL C.U'.xK OF DEATH Ml- .r:, .I <
M .... "f Uahwnn1ce" I ten cents was in the nature of a 'No," he continued "the u'- '..: : tl .1 '" ..
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1 Tnatsrtlf I| lockjaw Ufsulis From Accident to i victory for the conservative element has not gone far enough to .g t \to 1."

Uoln-rt JuhiiMin, of (laiiu-s-ville i i of the association.I any such belief nor do I bt-li-v': f I a I:+ 0:l I" fl..i'I I ", "

\I.out YOU conditions can ,
: poasihh : : :- f' :; I'
I grading for Gainesville Sept. ..Robert John- I P. Dalwrimple who lives northof
ti tainly not in the near !iii' .r. A'L :1 ..t" I
IIn+>svilk and sonfi a highly respected colored man, the city, was in Live Oak today annexation would be ,ti I i < '

I is dead of lockjaw.lie 1! attending to business affairs.C. sanctioned. At present i ..
'f I. th x road will was engaged in reshingling his ,
that in no event would ...c 1'1'.-. ..... 1:
t id .' ,\on\r.lt: and honk when he stepped! on a nail. In T. TaMor of Pt'rrr."a ia the itlu- of C>il\>a or of ::1.. 1,1:/ :' ; .: : ,

t 4 ttt.pltt.d1a I in few day, he was dead. l'in' tor a tcvv Hour to\ a.. '.I\ '. uMi_ \ Ujlt"' j

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I V V V V V V I V I V V ty iI V. / "
The Bartered Bridegroom. I The Liwlrnl Question.A I A
There are held here uiauy "e\)ufiden-
little Philadelphia boy was taken
tial weddings as they are called
i by his father for his first visit to the
when the ceremony Is kept unusually I
In\). Stopping before an inelosure. be )
quiet But sometimes they are tw confidential ,
I' asked. Tapa. what animal Is that?

parties. to The please coereiou the relatives of lro"l'rt.thebrIJt" of the Reading the sill tacked up to one : f fr 7 Million Tom Keene Cigars Y
1 "That
side his father responded. my
i : $ under well such authenticated circumstances iu is fact aproceeding '! son, u a prong horned "antelope." : ( 0 I sold last year in the United : I

I "Kin he blow his: horns? was the
and fiction. A Uidn: i>ed bridegroom,
however is unusual though he happened I i question that promptly followed. .| States. The best 5c. Havana on :,.

j ; at St. George's not Ions ago. I DEATH. i t the market. Five old Tobac-
t He was a gentleman of position. and STAKYIXti TO year \

he wished to marry a lady uhj had '! Because her stomach was so weakened A Good Cool Pleasant i
co. :
nursed him through an illne-s. There I by useless drugging that she ,
was no cause or Just Impediment save
t could not Mrs. Mary H. Walters. Smoke.
: eat. | : <
social rank. The getitleiiiau was determined I,
I lof St. Clair St., Columbus 0., was
t and the lady seconded his
1- r' plans admirably. But the day and the :i[I literally starving to death. She | Try one today.jfSuwannee .
4 details leaked out and before the time !i writes: "My stomach was so weak ( 5kllfU .- ,.

fixed the bridegroom's male relatives : from useless drugs that 1 could not C
3tj, t deployed strategically through Mad '': eat and my nerves so wrecked thatI the '11th -
, cjtl; dos street and surrounded the church l
could not sleep; and not before I Drug Company :
lIe l1roUti in a hausoin cal. With : t:\q
I his eyes flsttl on the e\peetaut bride : was given up to die was I induced to ,.
with the wonderful -
Electric Bitters
:I he }prepared alight. An athletic unji try ; d 3 '
tl.. h ..
l result that improvement began .
cle and a brother sprang; forward ,
# }; i thriM him back with a "mllll to meet i i at once and a complete cure follow- I 8 IIIuiMt the --.

# + ? you old fellow" manner that deceived I e d." Best health Tonic on earth. % -. -A-- -- .
1 the cabman, who oliejed the quick direction 50c. Guaranteed by Barclay & 2. .... S2S2SSSZSC. vv- A""A""A'A"'Z_ ... "'" ,... .)\1f ....

he heard and drove the three
: Groover druggists.A 'h "+.il11t
away. The lady, with tears in her ,,
eye:!. went into the vestry. "There I -
Trill be no wedding," she said. I i iThe'e I i Funny Incident. E. HUMPHREYS :: t : : :
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run away with him.nJ :1 I When Senator Wolivtt first went to ,

that was the last St. Georges heard of I,I Colorado he and his brother opened a '

them.-London Mail.Poreatu law office at Idaho Springs under the CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. City PI I
firm name of "fa Wolcott & Bro. I i

luuuturul Death. Later the partcttt'ship was tlissoh"oo.1

The life of nearly all forests is cut I The future senator packed his few assets :t| Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application. 1.. '. ,

short by tire or by the hand of the i : int'lulliu, the sin that had hung ,

IUlUbt'rml1u."l1t'n a spruce forest U : outii> or hh! uttirt+. ujtou) a burro and : Will full of
assume charge buildings turn it over to
entirely destroyed by fire young : start'ell for l; >or.reto\\, a uiiuin,1 town ;' 11lJ81! "

spruces do not at once spring up and I farther up in the bllH. l'i+oa his arrival owner complete in every respect, before a cent of mmnry
cover the burned area. The seed bearIng i he was greeted by a crowd of Y1t .....
cones have been burned and the I miners who critically surveyed him is paid me.

5f'celnntl seeds of other plants which and bis outfit. Due of th"u l Iwkinjj ;

# are readily carried by the wind find first at the sign: that bun;: over the I EXGur IOI

t' their way in first The task of prepare park then at Woh-ott! and finally at i I OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTY WORKS.

ing for the forest is begun again, but th? donkey \eutured. "Say stranger; .
this time It is to be a shorter one. The I which of you Is r.d?" PHONE 188. LIVE OAK FLORIDA.
first year after the tire mosses and QUK M( ..
often tiny flowering plants appear. The Art of the 1'uranul. I ---- ----

These are replaced by the fireweed I A well adjusted!.; par.:">l enables: you 'I Pvd

and other flowers whose seeds are provided I to l mile bluilics: you don't want people '. ,. ..p
with hairs so that they reach I to MV aid to hide fate blush's that GoodClothes '

such places quickly. These are soon i aren't there if you want people to S i : ,

Joined by raspberries rose and other : think they arc, and it enables you to : .t
bushes. Among these the young; seedlings i cut people who Reserve to be cut and '

of aspens appear in a very few I to avoid peiple wh.>rn you darea't cut $1S.9a '1 r
,.earg. The latter grow rapidly and lu but whjiu you particularly doa't want May Not Make the Man But ttpi

a bcore of years form a low sunny for to s<'e."Th01'101 ami His Wife." ..- :

est. An aspen forest makes a brilliant i I I I II II j .. ... .

contrast with the dark green forests : The wise man or woman is the one I: They Add Wonderfully to ..
Of St. Nicholas. $5.w
I spruce.-
who relieves little ills of this sort by ,

a little dose of Kodol For Djpsepaia. I i t.. I... ..
Orlllin of A oo4 Hare S 4.7Si
When did .W-ot races begin? They ;1 It digests what lOU eat and puts your :, His Appearance '. .. .

stomach Lack into shape. Sold by I .
are mentioned In the first Racing Cal .OJ & t
endar." published in 1727. and the Cm Pharmai-v i iI ,

usual statement h that they were I ..?

founded by the Duke of Cumberland, You want the Best. We have them-Suits that \\ ill !;1,SS '.

uncle of George III. But an entry in Reduced Prices ...
the accounts of the master of the horse 351'IO'
I Fit and will Wear. A *"
!in 1712 suggests that they were found -- 1 I large, carefully selected I ..t.t., ,
ed by Queen Anne on Aug. U. 1711 The -

like truth many no doubt other is august that Ascot institutions races, On all Millinery Goods, stock of Cents' Furnishings. The goods are right $3S.JOsr "... .

and from now on 'I ..
gradually developed from a germ *>o you "III

that it Is difficult to say when theyreally i 1 can purchase goods very too. You should call and see them without delat. J .
t I
Ix-gan. At any rate, they were '

quite the sort of thing that enthusiastof much below their former SJ I.1 Q ,
Samples for tailor made suits
the turf Queen .Anne would havefountliHl. are : -'
now on display at our store. We take ,
She was a thorough Stuart prices. We enjoyed !
your measure for taibr made suit
t la thin jm-iMon. It was her great I s
+ fraudfath.r. James I., wh> encouraged.If : a very fine trade this SlOJs

be did not establish horse racing: iFcotland n lanlll ...
season but stock is still i
and popularized it in Eng .
laud.-I.ondou Chronicle. with !
replete seasonable BUTLER BROTHERS It ra, a

Keen Sea.e of Humor."Tinre goods in prevailing 1 .

is noth.ug: like al'n.e of $25.10 .
humor" said a naval officer, according styles, which we will sell MEN'S OUTFITTERS IIIjf n. .
to the Philadelphia Bulletin. "In
woman iu a soldier, in a sailor in a very low, to close out. LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. ". a

clerk a sense of humor U a help and ,
Call and see for yourself. Ill !
a Messing ..
; through liCe.1 the slue
N t .
tinge even a seine of humor may t'xbtIn .stild
fwss, I. for my part, shouldn't SMOKE .lh.I&
: Anita Fernandez Jlpt IIIHt* *.
care to Lave M> great a sense of huuiuras Mrs. E. N. Lawler.] Cigars. 'I ..

a BrltMt soldier I once heard about .. <
: .1 >
This soldier was ordered tJ be CHEW : Honest
flogged. --- -- --- -- Money Tobacco. 5 U/;' *
During the Hugging he lauded: con : : ,

tluutfiyThe. lash was laid on all theharder. ,....,".-- ;:'.,... DRINK I lot 1\ '*
< J.
.. :t uiuf the rain of blows the .. -. '\-'- '.''.1'.'," '4r'm : 9. Coffee. il I.o,?- .' .ttM
o: .tH.
.I..1I..r l.tuI1I'\1. 1 Aq.l J t p- ; . *
'* '\\ anjou laughing at?' tJ-e ,.. -j.-1{'? t! EAT Armour
-- -P rah : & Co.
trttuut" final} ask.il. ( ;\.r j! 11't .r"\i.... .;!.... ri,. r.\ Packing House ;,.
'Why.: the s.WU-r '.,.
chuckled. TDJ tr / '\.
the wpMig man' Pl'oc1ucts---they the } *
l 'j are best.
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1.1rat. -
> Mkklnic tarn I
l .\ ti..bm i :S yarn fp>iu Algiers. omt1. 1J
3t' Ai'.t" ... WE' tUlnni; ir:,ui a boat withlul" 'f rt'f'- -a r'
I ,I Your Orders
oil the 1-o.isl wliu a dolphin| >:e\'. : rs J,1 With Us
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rii'if "U iii-i l /tls, clexcu feet in rirrum- / ,
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1"! .in.I l \\. :;:|j.ji: four tour swat i, ; -T'

1\\,1 I ":Il' iif tht :ti'j || ",ts audl i I \ for Prompt Attention.
.'"..h K-l 1 off/ at a ti "'t, eJeluu.peril.( The !I IUH'ii tf11'/ -- .. !

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| u; J'rply.{ Imt Live
> -Ni." !1.,1 1.... ll'ii- 11,<< fnun \\\- arc i>uUiui;: wires nil the tiuif Oak Brokerage & Commission -.-
.1; Mil ,.
'h.; .t alill
cap- \Vith irate* end in vn-u,
a Mtt
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ii t- IJ-.ruwu! 'jit ,
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Of proving: to )Oil Iir (.u.t
I 1"1.I "I .\r.t .,.tlr"! \.1111'.1 till Co.
Hut our (irut'c'ritiII just Mill .
h '
d"I.I 'L.1 \\.1' ;i-.i i,f th- toad and t.tIln
L. l I. :',-.i it till r rti1'ilNl .. '
f \\'t' anli<-a
't.- '...d-.-.-..-....rr. I \t u'u..ll) fiiuuil iu a tir.t i.I.. !.<.. iii tii- Wholesale Srocers Srain
11 .. '! II I Idlt"n! ,, and Jfay. : '
; .d I.raloe.I I Bate J,1'UC't'I') .t..c. 1.,1 IlU)hm:;: you \
II ... tli: "I 1r.. ,
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fD' buy from utfu.ii.intcc in InUUtl r't'h
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"j 110.' from the flatter) .,r .(..w.tiiate, awr0 I ) I'rutlnn'. \r jrl.'Mr.. and IticImllir bras 111111ttllt1llttitlt/ttllt1t11t11t111tlttltllt111tItt11t1i'!! '! '' '' lttttttttttl! .

t..:, LouU XVI t I'T" 'rn'auu'r) on tinni.irUct.. : : _

i 1 Cull nit 110 or rimiir ?.;;. :w- :-: .

Girl.. :: Try an dn 3 .

to I Just a* .'."1) tu fall 111. w!tL |: t&emcnt in Evening Democrat i

4 rtch girl .t* it is 1,1 full itIHJOT ate W th: MAYS BROS. j b -

on.. teat It U 1 ;:erwra.Jy 'ale r I LV
tn mint :n- I' r one S'
M". I 1.\\\ fll..rb' FlU t :}I l IM l-:I ll\EUY.:t :(hUHH1HU'U iHUHH1H1HU U 44
HH"H UHHUU1U1UHU'UH. ti 1itf f1-

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i hare njrat IT to out move in,piece because or in this pieces.place IheyTl won't '&!ite lte !J/Ni< N 8 i/J lt

[iJ FLAT hold both of the old women and them ,

{ too. Just so they pet out of this neighborhood -

' | I don't care where "
they go.
' FAIL URE They smoked minute and then Bo- H

ton said:

"How do you propose to get 'em married I I SKATING
' .\. Loitejux
I* CtciU 1 c" !

1! "I don't propose to do It alone. I can t!
hYldM. t !i. M I t'NAtAyMtn1
tell that. You've ,
you Jot to help me
If you do It's easy enough." lIe wavedhis ;

ii; .;,,, ., ..!..w In the rteht dar In the air while he mappedout I

J. H* tnn rrniu the left his campaign. '
\ *
mit Jt to *;" 'I'*' "'"T directlytfetatU "It'll take some time, of course. First '

t i.:,. ;Hi"* a ('ra -h. f.il- we pet so neighborly we won't know &
j hf tier "' '''r"u' saxS4 : our .'ln'.;. We go down and ask 'em ;

jrtlHu ." .pp'-.l '.4t lido thetkl I to irfomi for our especial benefit

yes, we do, Helton." he insisted as the
"*J '1..1 luulut'ut a v0.J ,
the other showed signs I of mutiny. I
(rail11 ;rfilH-nn-d at

d die l f it etulrntly Ih''II.I. "Well, go ono"i I i
"We !Invite '(,In both here and tell
tl' 111.
f o.but w III.'Wt'r
M.h1 each of 'em the nice things the other
It-! all"iC right arm. Hut

.., K*'ShrI n.' ...ttLi, tI.i Igb.J ts supposed to have said. We let the NIGHTS

.Nt 6 tIt 11. .. t .'...ult't.1o't'.II.I\I 'b.r4r old Io you women seeV""Yes. bras and no kicks coming I k ki

a ttttt.Iutcute trylii to i
: "
saiil Holton 1 see. I
tit...' Bl*.- That ..1rl'" ,1:1IU"11I : suppose

II per s'law' and ..I...'* !.....n at I I must sacrifice myself to the cause.
So lie it.
i r. nil Uittin If II u shanty
| 4r I They feet themselves to work together i -- V
I m'l .1.411-1 II 1111)m'r..
with their ,,"IThl' two men
y : to tm a clj.iii t' here:
f.p Ufaine so engrossed In their efforts
f wa' l. wtut >">i wuut. come I
with the young people that! they! hardly
.H.* 1 l"'ri you 'an hear 1 1&I
{a ref
i paid any attention to the noise that
retch' down there
TV Titini:: RATES
''still went on. They noticed though,
t. ttt a tYlt .r lLN Ila+ 1Ny'IIg
that after time there intervalsof
I I a were
f<* M MiC that If hf <> should
total silence. The two -
young people
Wt rat 14 1.11I.11I I \l.a. I
: occasionally left the house, togeth
Uoa I'Ujrrf "t pl>ed lung enough
er. On rare occasions the young Ulan '
t tMw puce of music. Hu.l into I
there ,, carried a Lox of flowers into the \ 25 cents hour for
I-TJ! tit minparathe imiet per use
house and the
1lrt41lt tut- lu&IIIII',t' wailstrtiof I girl was heard to play i'
over and over with much feeling the
I ttrtnlJ v.i.-e rl"lh'r.ltug14f1.'u \
out Mdiieos: love hong of l'udt'rewt'kL1 such I

times the two old gentlemen adjourned skates.
t k. I Ka\* *tft.<"l I'1 ret n.-!" jj
1 to the back piazza and regarded: each V
t listen to that will youT:
l.fI, Ju .
other with a deep and solemn joy.
II""J.I"U '
1 They felt that their plans were sue-

., tt>. tralnn of "My Old KenHuUM ': feeding: but how well neither of them \

*, rmlflliohed lib Ulif 25 cents for entire after-H
guessed until the climax was sudden- :
J tirbtlou.. drowned out the
;I ly upon them-the culmination of all
b it tt.. trout
K I is I liteu 1 ", ,,'t Mt> how I : their dreams I
| 011.'l'ninl: one of the old women
L, .tp Cijwlf," -ild the other. when furnish
tapped at the! doors of both flats andlnited noon
>, tD trrr .AiUtu. and he Ittl the tht' two families downstairs

!itj tal. rta.W' and out tt the .
rather mysteriously. The girl was
};i tt tV tack It wa tI'e heart
dressed In white and was blushing, \
I T L. ctiukl think of. their skates. r.
and the h'nor'Isihly IWf'OU"'emt'<1 ; own
..* .Q<| are we toini: to dol
to be waiting for the bell to ring.
11t: ,bin:"' w.\ .:gueJ INies:
\Vheu it did rin<. In a few moments, \ ,
| l.,jfrar- ff t\t*+v flat, ami we d
he ushered hi the minister of a nearby
t.J four Ut.mtli lx>fore this
church where he sang ou Sundays. \
i :l !u cln"t ".\IIIiIll', ('l.II..f\.lItll1.
Then he and the girl stood up. and lie-
1" .+* tale vat I..ntu ,tir up Uliit. .
.. fore the old gentlemen knew what was
r I) 1';&11 1.'b..1 1'\. '\II. .' IIU.i
happening the two were one, a musical l NO
tiw 01"" >ut cot Viu. and thryeNow. ..
unity. The Joy of the two old men was i.| ADMISSIONr.
, "'t M a 'rtr. : wuat'll we
i deep-very deep. They shook hands I|

. with every cue and then with each oth I
4-.'1 hams ald .'&thIU as he er. And then I

... .icfaUir clear and bit "
"Where are you going to live? Inquired \
tip tray "U mIlD "1 went through <
t Adams.. "You must let us a
> .. WM ftwiM durtuK th* war but
j male a little contribution toward your
('it 4 MI I rant tell when they
| \
i bou eLe plu .
' ..4 vbra tlwy ljtu DUW. the I a Porter & Dexter H
"Oh, that's the best part of mot cried
b .. I" .J rara .(t. My wife /
bride groom and both old women at
r esa ties mgt >ui t>. run a race If i. v
once. "The agent ia going to get the ,
.h.r tb. Hlx-r uttflit and put'sk {I i
|, landlord to take out the partition between /
i sorts *C RMIITJ mi the tenor." 'I
our flats and make one big one. I \
|f .. j a* all that energy doing
and we are all going to live here and
..4.t !:4 I* rU'U ome dayT* ,
we can have the same rooms for studios aY
b'4 fir It.Ii.s irlvteru puff Proprietors.H
so we can go right on with our
. q' i... *..- Waml Mr. Adam
work. Aren't you glad? It was you
.. .. /
who brought us together and now we
w.,> *.. free UMHiieiiU' tilleuce ,
II can stay right, here with you" H
'at ..........t to tlie teimr. who I'I -I
4 Somehow the two old gentlemen got
", ..I.., iaN u" ;r: ;r: iT:
It : if:
: ;
+ : sir.e-T.:
up their own flight of stairs when the I fi.T"TT. "T-rT : rr:
... ..
'.h.l 'il re'.it met -. :, awful evening was done. Silently they
11 H. .I |rn'r' -
e sto.nl in the hall and looked at each -

' "I r....... 1:1t: ...*. Td like to other while their wives laughed heartlessly. 4 Story of (lIe Bell. I ., ..4, worm or tue laiior of a man ai.d R1m1.'r.1.....r..11! ;: t' !I'C.II.I li'Weer.

-t j f.4 km4 | I..... : It would U Then without < word they 'I A curious, tale ot Die Bull is told In his family, is subject to the fourt ftilita tliitin" \ i : ...l I wnii tin- f
.t tlt,' .."I.r .V 'tlar: "ii 'i ,,' 'ttst:
ell .r.* > mt the silent opened the ,h. and disappeared within a biKsk on Molins aiul xn/.nists.; : Itset Those who toil at any labor or p l |

"- t.qr wr rr tt<>t grttlru OU their own apartments.A: 'nts tli.it in 1":1.: bv-i.u; then twenty'one trade other than agriculture: are taxed | r- ::i/l t v- ; ,'. \\ I.. Il.! .. Uii.f

'' .rr w v e ting I.' d,.T' I' year. of aye, the famous violinist also pro rata according to their wuires: ; :.U i p >'i r t f I d i' B .r .Ir di...'.

-II f .* < |1.1" UM night." said A !\ Distinction.A I wandered to Paris. 1'11" cholera! was and must pay or go to I Iy 'li' h II ,.!_ i : l'.. e slut It... i

... .. prisQn.-l'car-1 t.n'off't,. T-I: ."."ni i.l l.-t' ,11-.'
I. .
if WH .*.M out; put A \ known Atlauiau has a wife I radius; and Mahbran sin-rins. lie went son'a Weekly. .
'- 1 .. ti.e of tlie .- ., s \
kiH>" tlM> girl Uu'tiitr with a (harp tongue Jones had come to bear her and his landlord decamped ;
' t rusts Jai IKIW, andUiuavr 1 home alk ut 2 in the morning rather with his ito..st>s!,ioiis. iurh'iliux his vie How to Hruiotr u ('oral Try It. -- -
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.. 1a. 4 I..t.
> uiiH-h after the worse off for a few hi hhlll9 Un. lie was speedily red'-ed to ex l-x.Jlos : the \'"rtItut! pass the fingertips

'.4. \t". k I.... an nucti a boon us he opened the door !his wife I' tremity. lUiruu the List dinner that I II of your right hand over it slowly A ML -h.Ii.: '. iUKMtiM in

4 ... .-. 1 w ..... girl bu only who was waiting for him in the accustomed Ue was ahle to pafor he made the ; and caressingly at the same time sending !'t'.ry .' i 4st'i'r

i >w Iwo tiny hi* or place at the top of the stairs. ; ;acquaintance of a I''markahllIIau.. To I vibration from the brain to the a hard .t .

.'10' 1r I... "' ,1\11)| Now" where she could watch his uncertain : this stranger tie Bull confided his mis I corn. If it is a soft corn 413 vibrations ,; ".ps. appf.l, .' tl... -' .

i 4SH ", ii hl. f.
.1 0..1.... f'tpr n..r..ri ((\ Jones went to bed and whenhe paid abruptly. ""Well I will tlo something 'I| put ou a forced draft. Ilepeat slowly, 00111:1\t' a .: -. i em I ..

.h-'tlti "....w."b was almost a"lt't'1''ouhl Lear her i for you if you have courage and t! "I am now sending a current of :'n had \\ ;/ ,'. t In-, 'f' ,', .
-- \ th.\t4111 ht gvt tiptoe !htlll K-uldluv turn imuierviiniiy.! uedropped i 5 francs." "1 have both" said Bull j, thought force into my corn and so separating prtK-i.ttts 11': I li -, 1'.

II -<*itil W a bawe to off to sleep and awoke after a I "Then go to IVascati's tonight at 10': deducing, disintegrating rendering for which I I. !1'. '. '.. .

> a 'ili '.."' couple of hours only to bear his wife i o'clock, pass through the first room. splitting, sundering, splintering rL'kt,1 h 'I' i :

t II.. n' ,....t.tMg UI' our remark "I hope all the women daft go into the second where they play snipping dwell'i-titim;. whittling. .!!:r'l.. I' 't I Iaui

\ f f 4' ,. .1 ttmbar.Sdam have to put up with such conduct as rouge et tu>ir, and when a ustaiue'I disper>iux. dislocating. eliding, divot t: ; _. .

> 'itl .al'DHt- thU." "Annie." said: Jones "are you l...siiis put your 5 francs on rouge and i! ing pulverizing slashing slicing and \\"h !', ...' I' tt

t.-I a *M..at Dl :ht'. tallm; as'ain or yetT-Kansas: Tity I 1t'3nit there." Hull -lul: as dirt'd"t. !y dissecting it that presently It will pass .' I .', 11 I .

J .' li ..1.Mitlr I cant bur. I aud when his 5 francs hid IIt'C'ol'e14MI I I Ii away. Ileiteat it three times; then f'\'i'f.I"h; ; : r I r.r

"' '.. ..'. Igor rascally ---- I I i he took tht-ni up after an e.ole; with '' with rUins Inllt't'lI..lI.'aullt.. avauut.avauutr pn'.1! : I L..,:

u loose i* u... anti t iiiiun* kgKa. woman who attempted to take them Finish 1 by repeatltii; ; the \password 0\ "<.1. \ II :h .,

10. r j-i: .
"ttf ,I 1M' dl.'.II't mother on her giU Wheu there are hiv: mo-u-y lo'i.er he would have won i The earn will at first 1llk extreme\! .,: : OJ I II IIi

,'- I. ."ikln t> M- fih lu the water with them the mother :: an iudeieinlfiit: sum. Thetriitiirer; : I surprised thei wilt anti fade 'b "tuti- I o.h..T I

-! I clauis dlli'hnrthe eggs which sigh who wis pu>fit as his ellnnv! w.iVidiifii. i fully from si ht.-S..w Thought. .: :

I I .u.thr ctI batch' but if there are no Hsu they : the Fivtitli detective. already i :.t : ',' :

'I &lam'Ioe carry the es:::'* until! they! tlt'The I \ Good link 1i .... n.:
\1.: \ i, a Kuropouu eelebr.iyAVay : .
.... :
reason of this strange behavior is this: I ;i All thro-gh the .is-< tl I I

When the eggs are set free in the been called the sblt of _' ,, 1

\ I M .ttxt'.lt. I..- water they soon hatch and the little I rurke) of ItHUIn? Ketrtme. j i cording to the o'd "t. .. "t ,
I I'I .1 I. The laid in all Turkey
and her de- .
... fl. I \
find owned wouM ,
(Ntes wlui about until they some a ruby i :

.. f I x .,' .s.JU'I ito" to which t_> attach themselves I peiideuclf< U'louus! to the roiiininsul i thng: he underto >' ', i'i : tjewel ., \'::. "
.. 'b ui+rk i tan a>id is ty.d.i occupied his \\ ill. It '
j I They live for a time on the mucus of i b'ld In it. ?. i ...: t
I It* UlllHU dlt'idel I
K ,
those .
among silt
the ttU anti then drop off sink to the wish to magI' l' 'tt'er ,,11:. II ;' .vayI .. hr'Uxl! tSlIece '. -

dr.l O'tbr*Y bjttnii an I firm burrows f,
\ I tIt.!. f'1I.111" curious semiparasitic life I fifth of tae produce, whichOLS directly \ taxi;. :.11' r' ". v. .. .r.. t rat ,. ,r

." 'II"\11t' la DO d tuft :i rt,levorMou to the habit of to the \"nmu. Three-fifths more are J a e .!'O; \ ', ,:.., ,I J." .: .'. \\1' -

U v d llM'IVri'r twa:". aucieut aiuvst >r. I taken from the lesser o.i other pretexts I jeT.t I ; ;'., ,. ,'. I.' "' .. r ,'. r, \\ .

all for the maintenance of I II .. .
thegoverntYUtt I ( t I -- II : .: -[ .- ,
t thau I the ti 'I.. t .. ... .......
Our >lau"lhduiu.. pasha in each districthaving i i for we.iitli 0" 11" :: Ir la' ,Nett to h.ut a
:II un "eIfa ...- I' I
tS-mi Whit was it that said "1.etw : the authority to lease the i ru.y! 1'"I:' :! tlir tiytrr: "f :01'\, ;:! I
f I I' I ,'II ..... ,Po
,' tu.iWe the soims of a nation aud tqt I, ground and <-.Ilfct the taxes, which 0-" > .: T : .' .. % ;' .- '!I'I'.' I...1!

M .. 'I.tf.! .-:It'.* uit, win makes its lawsY"j I may h. in khul or UlOlH'\.". If crops are the I ,' ... -. ', I' .. -... '

to K.1 I ii
"" tlYt ail right. man has in animals and even iu !household ::1.:; of :1..." : : .1'
lie wits a wise guy.
\V..t a 1 I I
1 tr .- .
" t ? [:rotcuFe.tut. utensils oineTi'iu--" all Irs poss< the t'.itmoniTh : :
II l'egs'garuk'e why
"'- d I 1., Ip rpt.trtl ai .'. it is |p. ssible t.. v\atle the! luvjl : sions. to u..ke! ii: T',.. detici">!I"Y whi'!i r'lt.y ii tot .!:-' ..f .r ::1rlwl, T!... I" . .

l' '' .a.. ... t 1" 'v.1.. itAt.t .'.t II t..u't .ret t\\IY tr.mi tin- *.. .i.> i t 1'iovi! I.t",.,. 11"ix ,\ 'l.! !( i K.-I\-I.: 1 ..: tl!' \, !.... j ': ,.01 L.. : t .' >

\ l., di.-\ 1.1f .l ,., |I'\ u'u.i: th! -\ h,..'.'!\Ie tui'iilr: the! r.1.1 '.- ,hl l'ii '*' ;- I'ft. t i.. ..-: t l\'. ;" .t, f ::, : ', -- t-, -



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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT i' COXCERXIXG THE XEW PAPER reached for my grip and said: 'You I VISIT THE PCIIIL 111.1M J.. s a. ..___

are all right. I surely believe in obey
i "It is singular to see a newspaper
ing the law because we would not let
t, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON engaged in 'booming' a proposed DOWLINOP3 I
I you ride either in the cars for the
EXCEPT SUNDAY. local contemporary, not to say. ival.
whites and if you object to my rid
: J. F. MIKinvooi). Editor and qgr.i But the Live Oak Democrat, being a
daily and above all firmly anchored ing here, I will go back.' And I walk '*5, lass t+ i$ 1lI.*_LItl

i ed back and stood on the platform
in the of the and L
regard community
THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPANY. the rest of the journey to my houw." Mineral SJrings.ltotol
the esteem of its state contemporaries .fHI -

--- -- probably feels that it can afford
HOT ANQ' COLO; ATriS UNftwMitit," tM *swf
Entered at the post-office, Live to be generous. It seems disposedto John Beard's proposed tilt againstthe WATEftlNCVtftrftOO* *..\...i &It.IrtA, 1w ..

t Oak, Florida, as Second Class Mail publish all the advance notices ofi Fifteenth Amendment to the PHONE CONNtCTiOM; !*fkh ._.. ....M t+....

Matter November 7, 1905. ,i the yet-to-be-born weekly in that city Federal Constitution seems a bit II

I Ii i that it can find."-Times-Union. quixotish, and while we heartily wish i

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be I| That is just it: the Democrat is him success in his efforts to user j I RATES REASONABLE I'VOP. '

-; mailed to any part of the UnitedStates ,, too "firmly anchored" in the respectand throw a shameless bastard sp.wnt
postage prepaid for $5.00 confidence of the good people oLive fin wickedness malice and I Ignorance ; .,.. PflRK! HOUL.. DOWU.\e"' ,

per year; $=.:iO for six months; Oak and Suwannee county to and foisted upon an honest decent ''

: J1.25 for three months. or fear displacement by any rival or constitution by fraudulent method: '

F; 50 cents for five weeks in advance competitor. We have given the proposed we have no hope that he will accomplish -'

Delivered to any part of the city new paper courteous recognition his purpose. On all political ARAQON I1O'fl-

'; by carrier for 10 cents per week. and in the kindest spirit havecopit'd questions the Supreme Court of ,

from other papers notices ofthe the United States is emphatically i

"Drains across tl.e sniairoftfitTback! intended entrance of Messrs. political court and on all vital Kepu* AMERICAN fI\,,, _
indicate something wrong with the
McDaniel and Osborne into the field blican party issues it is beyond ques-1.
kidneys. D,Witfs Kidney and Bladder JACKSONVILLE:
', of local journalism. For certainly it tion a Republican court a* it bat ,
Pills will quickly bring relief. Aweek's
would have been base and dishonorable never failed to show itself when such ,
treatment for 23 cents. Acton
in the extreme and would have issues were presented. The LssutL '
the liter too. Sold by City Phar Itatt $2.5u anti l'H| Al't k t, .
; brought upon him the deserved con- tion that its judgments are al-vayij

macy. i I i I tempt of all right-thinking men inthe impartial and unprejudiced bat. |:i .i. *rt.s t l i

i i I community, if the editor and groundless as the assumption that i
manager of the Democrat had gone its wisdom is infallible and that Mr.Beard ,
t Cuisine and Service' '
For M r.Ur of Congress. :=nd Congressional around the town among the business will make a spe .a-ular ride '' tint ,.

Ih.trict: i i i'' men and others and by falsehood or to a mighty hard fall is practically !I
FRANK CLARK of Columbia I i.I
misrepresentation sought to poison sure if he sticks to his purpose. The! i H. N. O'NEAL. -

fur Justice of the Supreme Court: i iCHAS. i I|, their minds or prejudice them in any ''Supreme Court of the United State* I|

K PARKHILL.ofEacambia. '! way against the new paper or to...' is very human affS very Republican: I
JAMES a WHITF1ELD. ofJ.eon. !I
-- strengthen the Democrat by treacherously the Democratic leaven in it U not -

t Fur lUilrJul Cvmmuaioner: i I seeking to undermine a proposed j!I| nearly sufficient to leaven t'1' who's I ( "!,-TwtCi-

NEWTON A BUTCH of Lev). : competitor. Honorable newspaper '' mass. ., .
R. HUDSON lit RR. of Dade.Cllr i i r U AM
men don't in that kind'I '
--- engage 'I

M.M.rt.U"'M R. DORMAN.! of Rrpresentahea.q ;of work and the Democrat is not even I f The best bit of circumstantial evidence i' f1 MANY-

W. It XcCLELLAN. I I tempted to do so, for it is too well ;!;, now before the country that ,

-- aware of the place it has won with i! William J. Bryan is, of all Democrats I GootR.
FIN' T. A ewr: I .......
the masses of <\ ,\
our citizens both in that
A D HEMMING. man most dreaded by th e \ Alt
.1 the city and county, by a clean and 'l ...
Republicans "
IV T., CoIIrctor I and for that reason the \ .1 It'..._.......
honest career and i' t1
3 N MEEKS I unvarying justice' man most available as the Democraticnominee \ \ ..

and fairness and kindness to all its for President is the continuous # .. 0ab?t.a1M tttltilt...
r.Cuunty Treasurer: employes to feel any necessity:: for fire \ ,', L/1J. .
I i upon him by the strictly ..... .s... .. .
C.B LORO.IW such a course. There is a divine law i Republican .a \ I !. ...... "
I approved by the whole civilized I party papers. In the Wt i r:4.k: > a.... uf... t..
world the .
St. Louis
MrtnUr '
)( A ADAMS. which tells us that "all things wh eminently: the IlLtwN ... f t .
I leader of orthodox left ......4.. ... 0 t-- ..........
H. N. CARVER.E ever ye would that men should do :! Republican journalism and the way LI. lthlY4. Itill.4* .

R. WISE.1C I to you, do ye even so to them. Ye r- that great paper is: suffering under ..It les'ps t... .ssait. ... ..... ..... t 1
baps of 1 a yr ... .q. a._ .... &.1.. ..: "
i none us may succeed in Hung the i I ,
,. )1_ &"rd County Commissioners: : 'I j Bryan renaiooaace; would lw It .t ... -a J. ..... ..... M ..... ...... 4 .. 6, ".s ..

M. I. BfRNETT. fully up to the requirements of that: t{pathetic if it were not amusing: It \ Wk ......... ... .... ... .....a tMl1 ....... .1114....._. ..'II..
J. C. HA VIS. law but we can at least: approximatethe I is almost frantic in its effort toj / "
j H. GRANT.W duty it enjoins upon us and thereby j l dwarf the great man and is etideotl> \0 ..t.- _

A T150N. I make this a better world for usall animated LIVE
by a robust
J. J IJE l'SEY. fear that h e OAK QR
I II to live in. If positions were reversed -j I''j will win the election if be gets the ,

TW that left and the Democrat were just l j nomination. Its
treat tropical storm i present effort ar* 'ltfl.u' I t I + N 1
tilt OarrlWan sea on time and was entering Live Oak journalism in all directed to defeating the lattt"r
-I which Messrs. McDaniel and Osborne i :\ ."'" .. /r. .
dr..rllk'lt to swoop[ down on Florida I by proving to Democrats that M.

.... 1rfbai'l do all sorts of damage were already long and well established will be beaten if nominated. Ta dil.e j| ,Itad WYr ..JHI'

we should ul t. ...
I expect them +
to give
K4 4+vllm 'iii through the State, did us, thing your enemy doesn't: waal
even as i. si.4 h' >0 .
competitors a fraternal mum
to* ftow up It curved eastward and you todo. is always good tactic la
greeting and decent I'I ,... 1b..1! .
welcome '
.1E11.atilyd tU force in the midAtI: ; and war: and besides we naturally doer 'A

ira..t I II I so, in the spirit of the Golden Rule, look to the G.-D. for sound De Ial'> J [) I ... ... .. .

: Ij I I seeking to do to them as we wouldhave cratlc advice. Iha YadriaItwr/. ........ -

.. i 5Mtor Buckman. of Jack-i j them do to us, we have not only t. _.1. d '

...... *tkctr of the famous Duck- f given their enterprise a kindly welcome I AS a distinct departure *...... ...'1..r 9
i from
I to a field that is free to all. IIIe rae aatl-terr rrrd '
.4w \i
UoMl bill in the last Legis-' line of plays already produced
i but have used tb# la u.b of ..
IH.... TM married in l'hiladehhia.i' our columns in print \ Park Company last 'h.4"81 !r. .
ing pleasant notices about them i night gave Iti ,.-- u h.t to ,. .
1i.. Yfc"'f*>U>. to Misi KatherineMisry. i 1 patrons a three-act farce
I from other papers. Surely this is comedy and II.. I....... ..,t. .. ,f .... '
fornerly if
a stenographer in one may judge by the almost "
.! -11 IfftH*. who had gone North better than either cold and churlish tinuous laughter of the CUDI II .th..,....,.... .. .. ,

tar tW k.Mi of her health. silence or the "backcapping" of a 'I was heartily enjoyed.. The audience, it I ut tt,tl ....ii.s 'II. M.ta' t ,

i Ii sneaking enemy seeking to injure the plot of j cI t'C"r...... 'ur ,,,... 'I' ,.., .
piece is

*.. Jsilatt ... of Ohio the biggt! ..,t I I ,the business enterprise of an honest I were well brought most novel out and by thii the point t'xn.lcompan 1' I the 1a/1.bl.,...... t.artq .

II '*r.t l. thai >>state and one tftl I Il II I competitor. lent '. Tonight their far ra Moad.. for If 4 If
,.rpN the t'nion. makes the i j well here "At Cripple Creek" ,, l1,04 Ara' ; .
I will ..
II .j "'<. that RtMMevelt will b"l Tillman Had to (.Yt Out be the bill. It is said to be a thriller +!10 r .1 I 0' ..,t.... AfH.. "'

Ii a t t., I j ,j,uut 101 I hr a utl t"II
rm M the next candidate William Wolff Smith writing to in its climaxes the end of act II being r II<

a K-.!".t.ikan party for presi- : I the Johnston l Pa. ) Democrat from', an effect quite new to the stag ""Ia b:. ... .w. .. .

A 'ii.t th*t Brtan will defeat him. Washington tells a good story on Baby Dolly Taught has a prominent U.r uq'.n In ..... t.t.. .

mv Arm belie" says Tom. i :Senator Tillman. Shortly after the part in this play. Au revoir M r. there/ot'. for .a.1I .! t i .* 'O'

I '..> Turn Park 'r It4 hand It' a.. II, ',, '
I Iit I.enactment of the South Carolina "jimrow" :: come again: some day. J II"
I 14I j!i I I.} b. aU"1 ......, .., .. '
car law five ears ago, SenatoTillman r .
> .r,1 l.uk, or give up the gun'!" I: visited the state fair at COII !I I Mr. Uoosevelfs sonInIaCOD- |1'1,. .. ut .'U, _I'" I
1 t ii.' .ti ltutirgeau I I' ;1 r t-.. \\' tis 'd :b.. \ a
will neither resman Nick "
] umbia. To avoid the crowds on the Longsworth has
t. I." ti,....... Th*> are a scrub- ; evening trains the senator took a I! with his first reverse since be allied mel'1| ch( tt. I. I. Trra.ttt. '. r

.. ..II!!> lot without a patriotic himself with the M ioU h of fl_..... sr.... n ..
noon train. But he found the cars I I royal family of I r
s '" ) and theirr crowded to the limit. I ; he was defeated for del .' .
.. I Proceeding !- g .... .
I" Jw.n. ass '. .
r h
"u4 fee hung a* fast I through the train he came to a coach gate to the Republican State Conven-1 o t "f 1 '. .t. -

s ,tI. Wetter was a cruel I empty save for a couple of negroesj I tion in Ohio Thursday. I II! J H \% Y.TI": |I \, \ \ ,

t I t.\t. U) but these insurgents I
j sitting near the front end. Senator --

1 ") lr treatment right 'Tillman took a seat in the rear thinking I LOW ROt.ND TRIP KATES: VI\ In dIP l.Irahi t.asr t.M u. I.IMI. .. ,

,'.! as: he afterwards admitted: "It i l.nriSVIM.K: A: X.VSIIV11.I.K: K. K. .4k. 6t ... 'gt u1L-.a .!....... t '

-- --- I behave SIU.K.:-IIt.II\I'r. Culonitlo to I'Iirtli
myself my colored fellow Spring: ,
'. ... I .
di4 sot bake his per I i citizens WI.11'b'Jt't't to my {)rej or Piiflilo, ('<>!., and return. in It.t' Nattrt It' f .; Ir. .
II '
from the toils of jour- j!ence." The rest of the story is given I Tickets on sale September E Itaxu 1"artha.e. 0. I., .4

::1.i a* we feared he had i i jin Senator Tillman's own words, ac-I i! li th to 22nd; 1906, inclusive.' lb.r,. Han.Oj ,'. i. t7 .
; llf +tr. t,
,>.utt.i MOW paragraphing j i cording to Mr. Smith: "After a while i Final return limit, leaving To 't.. C'"I, f I .
on the Pensaoola destination 1. .
i several colored Oct. 15. 190t
men came into the j
t; t 11.\ .
Is i
*" hint hearty wel- i car. among them a bright J. HKRRIXC: : ;
copper- H .
u.t.s ,
I' .. .
> ih I
Estate 1'Iiiriil.i
in Colored fellow-citizen of mine, who l'a"'III'r \rlll .
t1utJlI... ,.
,- trlr'
't ) t
> i* one of .
took .1.1.J..01I\Ir. Fla.
opposite me and beganconversation. + I .of..1
'a Hit 1 n.t
our old '1 know you sir,' be- %.P I' '
i 11 \ \ the gang. ; gan my colored friend. 'I went to Plant t'its'! -. MtuIenUPlant
Benedict college while you were City is
represented in alniosevery ---
a nun with a governor.' Senator Tillman replied part of the Union
with irs
4 '11' 'i !. ular as it is that he hoped he had never heard young people that it sends to tit- E A. CRAVVORII' t
anything bad about him. to which various sollt'ges. Among those
e j n d j editor who
of the colored man saido.. we colored l leave soon are: Maude
a t\ .I" a Inman. Luther BlOki 1 .
Tampa ...
people like you. Some ot"us, I and Frank
I '** Rollins
.arut' of !
a rein !though, make a terrible racket about :Lesley Thomas
l h-In... ra1 in which Clemson: Maude Wilder. !- COTTON
some things you have said. Your I Stetson. Leo Thomas Rollins. .
a vj with !*; in
making bark is worse than your bite.' f'inI I Clifford Collins.
11I4 u .,' (I"-I>e-r as the I sally University of Georgia AND
Mr Tillman, "the coloredfellow : Olive Register. Florida Female
II :
11 t uin I
+ uaneral. Alt 1
with a gleam of humor. College; Dozier Deb ]Private Lei
ane, Washington t.t'f i .. .
I.' you again ,I which [ rt ,. \
simply convulsed afterwards and Lee
me ; Will Young
t. ..,. Emory; Kate
.am.rnWH' up.urrrtnity.| | Butt ,, ,
although I did not relish it Inrlli1 Sutherland: Oscar '
L. fit nl 1'\' 1'1-1\.' t..IU BlockrrSutherland ('i/kf :
r right Est'1l\T.,
. off, said: 'Governor don't > ou ; Bertha Hull. Stetson \ ICt'I1)ttfl I
< t iiiiH:: of
rhiu6 that the white folks ou>;ht to [auiel Williams Grant.From
..N e' d' with tlknni 1IJt. Plant $ -.c
tlu law *' C Ito
they put on the books L'nv News in Jacksonville in ,
\ II'
did not need any more hint. I oils I

I i .: Fice W. ..


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COME, THEY GOY 't which The will stone be residence occupied on by Ohio Col. CaryA. ave.,) satisfaction accompanied and by his his many usual Live smileof Oak i iL: .. L L L :JL: i a L 'f

i Hardee, is making satisfactory friends were assured thereby that:

Know And Some You I If. progress and will be a mighty pretty the world was well with him. !i THE BON TON.
..... i residence. !I : P.P.A

l> n't Know.
Miss Virginia Mays, who has been ,
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is best. here for several weeks, the guest of | \

i uts ,f i Day In Ute Oak. Get DeWitt's. Good for everythinga her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. i i'i :/XI i beautiful line of Ginghams H
salve is used for
including piles. P. Mays, leaves this afternoon for her' :;

IMlt i.-la Jacksonville on I: Sold by City Pharmacy.Rev. home at Asheville, in Jefferson couny. I!I .Va; for Shirt Waist Suits. H

w Miss Mays made a host of friends /
. ........ J. S. Mikel, one of the old during her stay here. \

; I I I time and substantial citizens of the a BiglineOf TWO DOLONE DOLLAR
....v' at4 lfe were reglstf -
I ( county, who hails from Suwannee, See the beautihd stock of Scotch : LAR HATS .

... II ... tlbd .If--thay.tea I has been in the city today shaking plaid ribbons just /ei\'ed. Also a'1!' lI h

hands with his many friends. complete stock of ribbons ini i
,"... r )1. V. Ed I syovle \ Three-cornered
f nC)! every color and shade at Miss M. V. :, Ge9rge Washington
.. .... ran 4. I 23
.. i-n/.y I How abOU inking the good lady Edwards. / I
I Hats for Babies Girls and
; happy? Buyl er one of those "0.ilC' ,

.. n- dIR.... h..1 H a ton, warn stoves ..
.. .. If. Barton/ I
t I| B. rompany.j who will have charge if Miss M. V. |: .

I ..... r.-. .r.w3 today from Edwards: trimming department this;
!? II Dr. A. D. Puterbaugh, of Branford season arrived today. Miss Baughm'
." J...... j *
..... \ | was in the city today. The is an expert in her line, having spent'! PRICES REDUCED\ r

doctor was in good spirits and saysthings the summer familiarizing herself with i m
; A' /Its...' ,tie.. at
a 1 1 In his section are in fine shape, the newest and latest stiles. : To and look
come means a purchase.
I- i'--- "ff/,vr Co' \
,, and the farmers will have good crops. I

We carry a large stock of fine 1.-
... \ t I.. at %Sf W4, N a 4
,I My fall and winter hats are here. visiting cards, and prim them neatlyin |
., ". t soh t.. \ /
Come In and t.\ : a look at them. any style desired at the Democrat !

i i Lou of other n,)v goods; arriving office.[ II Mrs. C. W. Bache.
w ......1 ..t i.ah. CI). wal dally. Miss M. A'A Edwards. \

...a ib, Kih..t tefojr.i / I
W. E. Pope, who has held the responsible :,

., I MU Corrine Williams came up position of "make-up" on ,. !I. $ /T: :T: :r: :TTT-r: : : :..
leV.-.1 .l
.. > Nil L
r se' from Mayo today and is the guest of the Jacksonville Metropolis, resigned I II j I _____ __ .
... ... s v4, i eilYea I
\\W. tier sister Mrs. F. E. Thomason. that position, and has accepted a sim-

Mi{** Corrine has a host of friends ilar one with Live Oak PublishingCo. \ THE
4.-.. .t Puis a4 ii.. w aIMs 4
j here who are always glad to see her. ., and will have charge of the I C""Eh'.t.S
..1.i ...iI mefls4pet.gttrs. The I idea of a Cough Syrup that wul
"make-up and "ad" work on all of
the bowels.and thus assist in expelling colds
Our students are alVaytceptlng posi- our publications. Mr. Pope is a
.. 4 .Nf r., i the system is new and original in Kennedy's
'knu new ones wanttVat once to brother of A. \\ Pope, our efficient I .
... ..t Ilnas.ri. w j Laxative Honey andTar. Nearly all! other cough: !
tNoke their pta .PS.-S I ithem BusiColleg" linotype operator and like him, can
.&a, cures are constipating, especially those containing -
a.rss neither hear or speak.
I Opiates.;: : Kennedy's Laxative Hcney and: '. -
jj/ti I -- Tar moves the bowels, contains C.atss.LAXATIVE .41
->'I > .t umt !" na: :.
lion L. 1Ho eson. of Live Oak My stock of general merchandise
.. /( .....
ose of Middle Florida's able attor- is complet Right prices and good i )
..,.-, was here Tuesday on business values gin\j i for your money. Seethe !
.111" d ,.",!. .. 1 '' A certain, safe and harmless remedy! for ---\\ii
: More Judge Wills at circuit court beautifu goods; displayed in our
..t I *,s stti windmsV all!! Coughs, Colds. Croup. WhocpT.g C-ugh
rbambvr*.--StarKe Telegraph. show Come in and call :
..+" ........ La Grippe, Bronchitis, Influenza and til Lung
I for what : -oiwant. The Boston ) HOHEY
and Bronchial affections. Mothers thschildren's
I n. 11. i.(' ter. Xilie jeweler, has Store. Eo.4- Ingram, Manager.Dr. I II' praise
ettsllwt. pirpr favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey
ilM IBOw"J hii I' 1 of business from the I i
b If..MMa. V ... i and Tar
Florida I\lMJ! Supply Company store J. E. Pennington, Wellborn
.. ... 'NI.
to the little preen office in front ofI and Miss Fannie Coursey, of JaCk-I COUGH SYRUP TAR
c- 1 \ L Burnt, t & Co. 4-Gt sonville, were married yesterday in i
'. y+ '". 1 IWt. UVt ;, 1
Jacksonville. Dr. Pennington is one Prepared at the Laboratory of E. C. DeWITT A CO.. CHICAGO V ft.B A.
Mr O. Green and .Mrs. J. L. of the leading physicians of Suwannee : 3THB RED CLOVER BLOSSOM A1fD THE E03ET n: I) OS TILT IOHI.

I Poor of Mayo, came up from that County, and enjoys the respect'!
r ._. ....... it* .*N '''W8 --- -
thriving city today and will spend and esteem of all who know him. The
... ....... .... .. ...." BARDIN &
bride is attractive and
several days with relatives andfriend a most accomplished PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
,. .
s t-- N Ititll9l.
lady, who limits her .
in and around Live Oak. oung -- -

I, I friends only by her acquaintances.A L. E. ItOREIL N. A. B. SMALL. EDWARDS
-*. ***tw wt ..,. .. eJ
i Jtul received tw /'ar-Ioad3 of iron host of warm friends join us in OBERSON & SMALL
=. .,.-N-M.I t1tM Ira s ltitKtole / wishes. Jtt ;
best '
bet!* Ranging I price from the
......... ..* t. tf. ..., 1tIIIIu. 38 in South
rbtra/test to the /tj>t grades. Come acres

laRd MW them /vhtj J. U. Barton Co. Capt. C. X. Hildreth, Sr. is at II ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LAW.
' t tssst.rrs .... ,Ms tts.rts- East Live Oak-ly) -
work laying a tile sidewalk on the Will do in State and
..._,.. ..1 alts i11M... : general practice
Ira. !!catty, the supreme deputy of north side of Mr. T. S. Baiden's lot Federal Courts.
East f Ohio}
'I'.. ing 0
this Lady Maicabees, has been unex- on Third street, and he informed us
.jKl.u.rrr prrtt.dly railed away, but will soon that walk will probably be laid the THOSE No. 1*'. Avenue.
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I ;
host somebody here to complete the entire length of the Baisden block. LIVE OAK. : : FLORIDA.

.* .**. ryUiimn t* ikt ..iBtiatton of a hive in this city. Mr. M. L. Burnett has a tile walk in C-S. HROUs.- F. E. THOMPSON.--- -- This is a desirable

front of his residence finished.Mr. .
; N \ ton by a young Chas. II. Brown also has tile BROWN & THOMASON, tract for subdivision
". .. ...
b tit h.' 4t.
ash I'hiladtlpbia IIigbtlrhtasl. walk in front of his home and the
STEU1'03i the of
ar ti. I" t ttsar a the City
"P. care of this.tile. same improvement ornaments PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
.. htsa' ...II .... ...\ I tf Methodist church property on Third Live Oak. Within

1 I --- street. It look as through Third LIVE OAK. : : : FLOKIDA

1 J C. iskeen. one of the successful street were trying to outdo Ohio -- .-- '- ---- five minutes walkof

.... .
t'.4s furvt
rte a s forawr who lives a few miles north avenue in tile walk building. Let M. DIXON,
.. L.
tttl4ia lit
.4 of the rite wa in town this morn- the good work go on. \Ve don't have Court House.
.. ... .., MrR Ih
It. I.. I. aid rtftewfd hid subscription to too many walks of this durable and "
.... DENTIST.ORTono.vm Lots
I ( )
the __._rat.I excellent material. )

I : CROWS : AXD : Br.lDGK: from this nroxtui i.I i-
. ,,. ... ... ilW'" ( I'ruc.'etlittg..4 t 1ty' Cllunl'ilU"e |
...*..*a Bakery je. opened in WORK. : SPF.CIALTIKS.
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'It r \ I 1 r the t' T. JlrltanleL'slore. opposite Oak, Fla.. Sept. 1, 1906. tion are selling t u.

taw 1..1... ..u.D' ifc* c.H/rt bou.-H-. /Tresh cakes and 10 o'clock, a. m. BROOME, I

btw4I "'Iy. Suaannw Bakery.Ut Council met pursuant to recess, M.E. day at $ l.O( )( )

L and as provided for by ordinance No
r. from J. B. Barton state 10.
rAA sett thai INha. completed his tour in I Present: M. E. Broome. Mayor, C. LIVE OAK : FLORIDA.
4 rI t $6,500
tlvttra mm4 has left for Salt Lake II. Brown. President of Council, and I I II
Will practice in all the courts of the State. Special
I ii) risk J D reports a fine time t .\Aldermen. J. Hillman, J. L. White attention Civen to Conveyance. Collvctiun
... ...... ... .... ,t., I
of Rent Etc. All business promptly *tten .
ht has thus T. Ion
wrrh polst stopped Robertson and F. E. Thoma-
., ... .... .....,I ej to. I

... -... ,..... .. ....., far son.This NOTARY PUBLIC. T4n- AT LARGE. for the :&s arrcs.
session of the council was for -------- --- --- -
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/Setart.a. for Lij/lne** by taking ont the purpose of hearing and considering ::1' DR. J. W. WEST II I

.f '..r ll-3 'Jolrhlis. Southern complaints of parties whose tax
.. .. Real Estate and ln\eslmmis
< x 4 sas tlt,6 I .1.. area 1'ti jL C"- council.valuations have been raised by the i Physician and Surgeon.OmVe !

.., .. .... : Carroll Building Ohm Au-nue
d I
B.\I i'i: : itt 11.1 'I \' ,
Mrs R Id Uwler and little The following parties: Thoma i i I
s 'tnsp ..., .1,!> j Residency at Ethel F1 trl. t
4att.Mi'r. Uufc. who have been Dowling Dowling Lumber & Na\al' I
Phone.trdicc. No.; 1>-
j >
.1"..dIS 'rat weeks with M lrs.I. !' Stores Co., Arthur Lewin for Mrs i! Re>..iienc.NJ, :!.! or 1';' I I'h.tnr 1.1tUonl

... "-.', m.tlN>rm Savannah and in l F. Lewin, B. P. Coachman, MaunHaukerson. .I i l>ruf store I iUarcU Ii lr''Hr' >i"i '. I

...ac. .. ,h. mark**!* bu>lnK fall and winter. S. J. Forruey Dinal and !
t Have Your Carl
t.f 0iIIIh .' ,1..1. lMrvwd bom' today. I J.V.. Bryson presented their claims ..0.0.00+00+0..0.0.0+0.0,

; -- to the council with following results:-i ? .

t't: its Htiop Bn hers about that I i Valuation on Thomas ling's ; Work Butchered .
1 > Wood !
,, t* M *.1 .s. HI try\ra f'. They have just personal property was reduced $1 u.-
,V.. ", I 1' I .. .iu ar\oiiKinK' for and it ('o"t s'OOO i : valuation on B. P. Coai-hman'a 2 0 0 tI At t the Mil!
... .
1 I < | "ii |K-f Thousand per annum. personal property| was rt'duct'd $::.-I.l
A 2 horse load l of
j 300; valuation on S. J. Fornun Dana | Y wagon t J

i ,.-. t K 't..I.n. Senator from I' IS inch pdfor)1.I< >
real estate was reduced $!;t><>. Other 2 \\ J

....., ary I. M. was talking politics.:' 1 stood as assessed. ,5 7" 0.: I am the f. tAft II.I

-" to his Live Oak friend I By unaminous vote of council, the: 0 Furui..I It'l I hll .'hurtItit'r.I .

'* \ 11 .. .....tur. is well inform, City Tax Rolls were now adopted a s O. C*I

... >w all .ul'j....'. and he always h; corrected. Ltc'a'e.rder,; at M. L. Buinett i Co. 0 I

I roved fur hU audience.i There being no further busine-_' o |l I Kml-i i! i th. r .t :, ,\ ., It'

council ordered recess till September; o H. \CI1IhEP.LY.lo.O \: tee. Hare li.: :.t II.' :lZ .' I

.. sm trywi of Sdwannetl 10, 1906. at .311 o'clock (p. m .O+o4o+0.:>+C+e+o.O+o.Q- .
am Buihlinl{ niter' r. 'r .,4
l th -
> "-t. ar r among C. II. BROWiX.

h evil */lion of post cards 01 1 President of CouncilS. I. New die2Dods a" arriving daih For Best Prit.t'I" >*'r t.

O.., .'- m..... 'W MI .
I II i in 11! >. i .T :V'' II.' ;i"V l'a: -' ,' \\ II. AIKN.

i .I .' It S ilh
1 I lode) The doeto>!r tae liUoii r!'c Dt.nio\'rat.! ceivrd. Miss Edwards P. 0. Boi >o 4 UiUrUv-ir 1111IEV \

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i i lings buildings Passed by the City Council thU t" 4.. ,... .
>o IrUb Trait. theater goers U aroused to a consider- and the material used In r -
j and'fixing 17th of A. I) Ufe *. *.a.....F- 19
to be constructed therein, day August, +try -
There are certain nations that haveWe able extent *.... AI ... .. 4 .
quality of vulgarity strongly! In the i In "Ills House In Order" Mr. Pinery I j penalties for the violationthereof. CIIAS. II. DROWS.Att'st | beers Y fry ,
: President of City Cou&cfl. t!
blood, and indeed [It seems to testify has! written a comedy of manners of > !
: Be it ordained by the City Council S. P. MAYS City Clerk.I < .....
F. 1t.JiIj'
to ami full MwJed vitality a evident mildness in which :
a strong aspect j .
land the Mayor of the City of Live .. -
desire for s-flf assertion, anti thus wes the motives of action are neither far- .
s Oak; Florida: S. P. May, City Cl.rk et tM ... ... .. :

+ may t'Il'l"t| to find vulgarity; doirzius; fetched nor overstrained, which movessmoothly Section 1.-That the following City of Live Oak F for{+Ia. &* ...... .. ,....-""g .. .,. -

like a shadow the footsteps of strong; to a happy if somewhat tame !j described parts and portions of the certify that the above IW ,..'..... -.-...---.. :.

j capable and puling nationalities.! But I and traditional conclusion and in which j City of Live Oak, Florida are here- Ordinance No. SI was r".a.n, .s... ....

there are certain nations that have I i thebeen characters are clearly drawn, typical I by established and declared to be the ed by the City CoaaHl i M ih. Itt/t .. "- ...

Ill'l'U.l'of many fault that yet and cleverly differentiated. I'i i tire Limits of the City of Live Oal day of .\U"Ult., .\. I). ,*,. aU ... ... .. .. '"

1 J I Florida, to-wit: same is hereby rrtii to ite Mat.. .. ,: ..:

vulgar. Commencing at the intersection ofj I for his approval. fl. .. ....... ,
Arnold Daly is n'llt't1I'oolll tlw play* I tttstrl t ..... -
I t They have l'l't'U Ut'ulol'll of levity of of his repertoire at the! Lyric theater j| Conner Street with Suwannee Street, I Witness my hand art 'k. ttwl N .. .... ..,.4 ... --

undue conviviality, of frivolity, of a i thence running South along Suwannee said City this iTtfc liar .f .,..> ...... '"'-- .. S
t'York.. '
He will ht giu his j
season ) Street, eighty-five ( SJ ) feet
tendency to romance, of untrustwortLlLi" i- .\. I). 1906.
ou Sept. 10 in Iioston iu ".\rU1, and; I thence West through the home place'of .
S. P. MATS ClWfc.
!*!!. of im-ponsjbility. but have
1 they the )( ." While U C. J. McGeb.ee ftv ttttr.- _
an one prepared to i j to a point on (Seal. >)> <- ...

never been accused of vulgarity. There I admit the couragethe energy and the I'i Church Street, eighty-five ( S3); feet Examined and .ppro H ter title tuawN.aas :d .... ...

lies deep In the Celtic temperament a foresight eunced ly )Ir. Ualy In pr o- I I south of Conner Street, thence SouthI the itch day of AH..*I. A DU. ItItN s;: "-
I rich tern of emotion a strong relish! for i along Church Street to Wilber Street .f. .
ducing h:1\\ brilliant, paradoxical!I I K:. BMOO" ;.:.. .
a tie melancholy side of life. It is on this \ thence East along Wilber Street to aitrr '
and witty plays, one wotiKl think tbatthe I Maor Cli of Uw Oak, girl.UTII'F to.
that their Incomparable sense of humor : .I I Pine Street, thence South along Pin -- r tM.ti '"
wordruins" should! be reserved ---
r :; is based and It may be said that no>> Street to Parshley Street thence Eastalong \ : or Fa.la: : 'I fciJi. .-L..
for the man who wrote them rather .
i one who feels at home with melancholy. I Parshley Street to Ohio ........ t11 .. ..

r who luxuriates in the contrast than the man who interpret; but Avenue, thence North along Ohio .. ..* .p M.. -
strange then, genius U a very big word. Avenue to point on the Eastern To the Slu-rirl of MiwaniM* ttil.li,'. ** *.* .<
: f 4 between the possibilities and the perfonnances
of humanity Is in danger boundry of Ohio Avenue, directly opposite Of flu tale of t I..itk: rsi: .
any Viola Ie ('o' of vulgarity, for one of the
Champagne." at the MadNou[ Square :, ber Street, thence East through the .
411 components of vulgarity! I is a complacent I home place of the estate of X. J1. Be It mown That I. M nAf
i roof( garden. New York, hWOI.l fain* -
self satisfaction! and if a man { this Parshley to a point opposite a point I CH.\\\ '''Utt[). Secretary of ilM '"< *-'r to... r

U apt to dwell regretfully on what I season through her engaging dfo! n Conner Street, twenty ( 10) feetf : I II a
the State of Florida do hr-b >
reefing work in the title role. Sh >
might have been rather than { east of \
cheerfully I eastern boundry line of the I ... .
tl. upon what is there is but little room far .1 sine/ < uud dances must attractively. property owned by Robbins & ale notice that a ''; ,'., .. .. ......

complacency. C. Benson In Atlantic. !t wa* on thi ro >f garden the opening Gehee, thence North to a point on (irlUTill KIWtfrMI: ..- ..

I niglit! that Harry Thaw of Pitts- Haynes Street to a point opposite a will be held IB '8.w.aa** C..B" *. .

The nrliUh Toatlninitrr. I burg shot and killed StanfordVllit e point, twenty (CIO: ) feet east of the'' State of Florida. o. T.*.lay *-,' -.. tb.

The I the famous: architect.KOBCUT. Eastern boundry line of the property ." ..
' British banquet differ from the owned Robbins succeeding the flrM Sinner laember. Wtr ... ....,. .
'r American only in that the chairman I BUTLER. by & McGehee on .. ..... .'
Conner Street thence West along A. O. ISM. Ik* aa4 Tl.a .. to -

presides but does not keep order or Haynes Street to llaimlton Street, I day being the ...... ....
announce the toasts. That is attended Good for the cough, removes the i JJ M rri _
brace North along Hamilton Street i Sixth of \ MitFet.
to by a profest>ional toastmaster who I IIt i.I is cold the cause of the cough. Duval I'Jj N, r AM r =- ..

large person with a volcanic voice the work of Kennedy's That'D uval Street Street to thence West along For One Rc'i..enUil... .f the P... ..-* I.'to.*** .... ..
I- a point one hundred
While the I Con ;rt'li,looal IM.tr1.-i fin ,. ... .54-
# guests are assembling: be Honey and Tar-the original lax a- ( IOU) feet west of Ohio Ave., thence wrrt ......- ..., 3 -

stands at the doorway and announces 1 | live ( South to Hayne Street, thence West the Sixtieth C.gr.w fill I** --.b. MM .. ,
cough syrup. Contains no op 1- ... .. ,. !....
the names of the arrival along Hayne Street *
*, are to the main lineof United Stat.. .. ..
ates. Sold by City Pharmacy.LOW 1. -
then greeted by the chairman and -- the Atlantic Coast Line Railway, For Two Railroad Cetlt..l..eD live

justed into the push. V;hen the guests thence Northwest along the main line *.' ,
UOl'M TRIP 11.1T1-:5 of said Atlantic the State of FTort *a.
are mated he takes up his station Coast Line Railway Y'h'-.. -. ..... ..
bind the chair of the "e-I x ia. to Duval Street. thence West along Two Justice of 'M Sufttmt <*...r II X

and commands presiding LOl'ISVILLK\: XASHVILLi: II. It.I Duval and Third Streets to the railway of the State of PlarMa. ... ... J.... 1_...
order In these terms: i! track known l_ 0 I &a _
-4 as the "Y", thenca For Two Membvn of tM' M. t V .. .. .
"My lords and gentlemen. I I The Louisville axi'Representative s. *fr rs.trte
pray you I & Xashville Railroad Southwest

along the railroad track .. .... .. ... Me
Hence. We will now listen t J the toast: will sell round-trip tickets from known as the "Y" to Church Street, ., I" State <*tFlorida. ..-.. -, ... ..

to his Imperial t. ... rig a._ tiat,.. .. .
majesty the Germanempror. i Jacksonville to points known on dates .ence South along Church Street to -.......... ....
reminded to by his excellency I indicated.i Connor Street thence East along I For County AHMMT, of T.... ...'.. t "b ,
Proportionately low
the lord chancellor." For the rates Conner Street to Suwannee Street f. ....
For Tax
from other ... ...
points: and of -" <
rest the speeches drawl and drag as I point beginning. I For County TrcaMrrrI. ...... mrr "
r. In New York with now and then a !jil7.i.-)1t'nt.hi., Turn., and rt.tur tt. 4 SectionThat no person, persons ._" I ..
Tickets firm or corporation shall be allowed I.For i Five County ee.'n '-" .. .
sparkle of wit or a dash of mental energy on September 9th I t -- ".., .*. .
I or permitted to build cot i- | For Three Member of the Couan. ; .
; usually from some unexpected to 12th, inclu: in'. Final return III' '_" k.. '
I j, signet erect, enlarge or repair any Board of Public '. it.* fc_>.... ....
quarter. The turtle I Is better limit good leave 1 .frtWtlOII. : .
soup( no to j 11 building or structure within the said the '... .
than ours. The toastma.ster gets $10 '! Memphis returning Septem1. I 'fire limits as described in Section For Justice of the Peare la a.4 fIN ,_. ..... ... .. ,.. .
for a III bt'g work.New York World.rrulrrlluu 1. bee 20th. 1906. I One (1) of U is Ordinance, whereof the following JuMkv Matrtr *. I..... ... .....

: :!.:!()-Dallas, Texas, and retire !!i t.is>t'of main wood material including the roof, Viz: Xo. 3. No. 4. Xo S. Xo (. N. :... .......... .
For Swluiiuer. I or other combustible
Tickets sold October 6th and material 7, Xo. 8. Xo. 10. Mo II. Xu I.:: t. t -
"Cotton in ; but that all buildings .
or struc-
ears, said a phys 1-' Io. "" 'I> "
clan "should be used by all those who i j 7th. Final return limit 211 'tures hereafter builded or constructd Xo. 13, Xo. 14, Xo. IS. Xo 14 ss. ... '.. .

iwim out beyond their depth. You I days from date of sale. within the said fire limits shall be \ 1?. ... .., '" .

know how often good swimmers of I I S'1=."''O--BuHalo, X. Y., and rt.tur mainly of brick stone, rock or some For Constable In and for tile ttlltw. -E..... ,. ......
I other material not of tiw.re K """
a combustiblenature
that type drown, don't you? Their: Tickets sold October lOt u.h. Provided, That l ing Justice District, rile: Xo I. Ma ...... .... .. .... -

drowning 1s imputed to but I 11th any person 2, Xo. 3, \o. { Xo. $. So .. *. .. "" -
cramp and 12th. Final return persons firm or corporation, owning T. :t= : :. .:

you will never !find one of the drowned I limit, leaving Buffalo October or occupying any wooden
with his ears stuffed with cotton. 19th, 1906. building now within the said Fire 13, \o. 11. Xo. II. Xo .f a tit l .r us,tllttl* ::: =

Why I'll tell yoa why. Because ItIsn't I $1U.tiOXt.Orlt'an" La. Limits may repair the same by first \o. 1?. I.,a. .. .. ," I'
and ;f
I crump that causes these drowning I IT- submitting to the Fire Committee of -d---

*. It la a perforation of the eardrum II j turn. Tickets on sale October said City the plans or nature of the InTt'stimonr'btrtof.. 1 hat Ihor.o. .... ., ,w. ........:. :.;.

followed by unconsciousness, i 12th to 15th, inclusive. repairs desired to be made, and unto set! my hud and aAti! t 1Mo .

due to the pressure of the water.Cramp I Final return limit October 30, obtaining from said Fire Committee; great Seal of inr State of Ptortfe. 1.T 'C... .. "

hut after all. the deadly thing ; 1906. By depositing ticket their permit: approval of such repairs and a at Tallahassee, the Capital, till* '[S- .s.tr........t...
I authorizing the same Provided .
It $
U made
out to I*. If you get a I with Special Agent, Newt Or- That the Fire Committee is not the first day of ptoaibw. A It /11....a.t tttta.. tit.a .

cramp In your leg while swimming hereby authorized 1906. ..... ... .. ......-
leans and
U easy enough to roll I paying fee of soc.jan j to allow repairs .... .- ... ...
t over on your extension of return limit !! to any building or structure whertsuch ( L.S ) II. CLAY ('RA WroIIn. '. ,t.e .. ',. t. .
back and float The cramp won't'k.1Il: 1 repairs would be worth ........ ...

you. Out a perforation of the ear-I i I can be secured until Xovem1ber !i' than the building or structure desired more S* Tef.ry of dear.. ..J._. ......_, .. ...-

drum is different. It takes! away 30, 1906. } to be repaired. Provided further, | To J. 11. Hirkenuin. Jiherlf uf tie 1 .. -

your M.nse<, and down you g<> like a I ? t7.t.)-Meinpbis, Trim., and return. i| that should the Fire Committee at !' wannee County r, ,
log. So always If you are going to Tickets sold October 151 h, : any time give a permit to either I .- ...-

do build, construct I .. ..
mill h bwUnmiug. .tiiff repair or enlarge '
l cotton In[ I 16th 1 jth and 1 nth, Final
your earsNew York i any building! within the said Fire | Or UtClKlN.TW ''.
Press. .
iI j I return limit October 30th. B>' : I.imiti., and any member of the I .
Council City WHEIlLU" I..c" ..I 1_. ....... .. I
DiuiiKMitl Mine depositing ticket with SpecialAgent. knowing of such permit, object ; I Cuestltutrata uti". nf the' !Ita.. of ............ ..
Rash I'rUon Memphis, and paing to the same for good reasons .. :paM ti eJantR.erAutaw.i............\itrar .. .
of the rre.tt I.uthfrkan diaj j shall be the duty of said "to the C-nrMttutlua uf lv Muu .f t'i-. u I .
mood mines bus its -ral l i fee of 50 cents an extension objt'cting'mt'lIIbl'r 'the I same mrr r yrrml t.. In "4. .f > .
rest compounds, of the City Council to I fifths <>f nil thr -....... e....-.... !.. H ., ...
where the Katlirs are imprisoned. These j' of return limit can be til'eurednntil flip his objections-- to. .,,.,.lh ,I''tlut the t.tr un ..H| J.MRt Kr.'j l,.ikWrrd /> ..
I are incl,.siires with walls .. _"on.ml..r. ... .tll 11.1111: permit with the- Mayor I uMm th... ...">nrlitv J.nr,,,,. . I
suillcieutlyuisu --- v. > "V. whereupon .
ardnaK! thr*> .. ....l eta ) J4 ,It.. .
10 l.latut escape, ami annum the 1! SI< .(!."-Chicago, Illinois anti return ''it shall be the duty of the Mayor to direct: that art Jon" ..*..-,| I. ,I.**.. .?<,.

wall is a stretch of ruofliu sutHcientto Tickets sale :'j i, order such work or repairs stopped :tl."I..t..f the :-;c.'r .i 'ht? r > .
i i i daily to September in: N.'trrnln-r. I.*
|rtvivut the Inmates from tossingtlixiroiuN ; 30th. Final mil the question of allowing the pt'TSt.: THtkKM I H II"> I., a. ....
to the ouiMi'.e tl,) l>e picked :! return! mit can be passed upon b}' the City I rvtor* of Sutr.jf Ihr s|. .,| '. .
limit October 31. 1906. Council. I K'\t nutirr that a e
up try confederates." In the
early daysthe S.IS.IO: Section 3.-That framed '! CIMRU! CUttfOCV R
Katlin. u';\,( to throw diamond -hot :prin;;s, Ark., uial ir- j buildings; .
oIT the turn. Tickets sold !jcjvered with sheet iron shall not be[ will\ be hvul to each ii>i.rti> in ( -u .
wall daily
in tin cans. si that their! : allowed to be built or I heat 4ji-milinK O.. 'ir.t M "r+.'.\ S .
'!ite4 1 Final constructed AD. !I..... .. .... "
vl "r fnem'.s: unyht come and pick' i i return limit 90 days within the said Fire Limits. I' tb< <11 H ., t* ? hI

theta ups When the Kaffirs gn> to Kim- ', from date of sale. ;t Section 4.'--That hereafter when I 51\Ht (J \\' Of "O\U"' ..

I Itry rr ai lher trik I j for thf r:.tiHcs'iiHi .
any ieri0ll firm i rvjft
they agree to : Daily to September 30th, roundtrip [ persons or ('OnIOI &- I fe."u.-: ,
KUluuit tion |irtn j.iti?' 4m.' .r>* '
to Inrl'ris mnucut. The shortest summer tourist tickets will bon e shall desire to build construct I tutiuii
pwl'Hl i- three months. but there 'or enlarge or repair any buildingistructure u!' .
It.to various resorts. Full information ABTIit \\\ i ,
luul.\ who bavo ue -er Utu out of the 1 within the said Fire Limits.' hat the f...:<>w oat .a-"r M It. ., t
cuiiiHHUidx for two schedules time tables it before t'commencing such building or')f cite l'""*'11"i .
or three | e
\ i's Work. years.Vorl etc., will be furnished promptly( ) ?I I structure. they' shall submit the plans it i- h..r..I.\ ........1 t=, st.' ..
t..r.. .. .
i and
I I ITW application to specifications of the .sani" to thtI i. haJ! .. s
II the tin' T. -a .J. .
I 1 Fire Committee of the: said City for m \'t'mtwr. .. V h
O.cl"l..t. ,i I
Small IU.) -I'll. what i is an optimist! ? l FI.I. 1'.1.". Agent. 1.. ..: \. It. IL.XII. { which frKid Committee if they StB... :t.J.: TbtrR'.Urt'1. if % i r r- t .w a
all1 II.. A....., .
Pau optimal. iny sou. I is a man who IIS 1Ray St., proof such plans and SIIl'CificaHons ,i Moner .,f A, riv jijpl .''..io 'rthrr > ....

didn't can a blank what happens J\Uisi\Vll.l.i shall issue to such person, Ih>r- : $ITn"", II, M ,.. .
so :
IL\ Ind d""I/ifI1&Iti.. ., .
i that it il"**c'l hai'pt-ti to hira.-Life. - sons, firm or corporation a building t nt. and are ..- *...II'd. .. W' ,"",. .,

| OIDI\\\; : i'ivi\c Kutn: I.I.MITM.Ortliuaiuv permit; if such plans and sllecifi :jj- *5 t bih| ..>.t.-,. I ..4. ,i ,
lions are ftnd -\'..... ..? r f ..
Xo. not approved by the ,
T! :i1.An said n "i.1.
It' w.iji-s of 0'1J
have .
sin' not the ,
materially : JuJtrn"nt i/f '. 'I .!, .
vtuucfil M some thoii: tuds i ordinance to establish a firt'limit Committee, then such building: or i Miirirr* i I. d>_.. i .1 '..*, r. .
: of years.St .- ill ilu- (,'it\ of l.i\f Oak Florida structure shall not bt- allowed Protk "wuni> ami ..... .. ,, >
I inr- il! >tlj\> TU'iuiM-rat. !to ptfsciib" t''e' \ itcd l however that such f.1.I&l nr .. : .i ,
manner of build-I p r son, :'j .
I..rwd beast -a I r. .. ..
persons firm or corporation :should thin ft'el Themselves:; aggrieved b\ lrhe ""ahtoll f.f "<. t .< i ?'.1

dciisiun of the said Fire ComX ',u,1. rtln-\ .

X ,-t., ina appeal the U. ., ,' ,_|<
7J : : > to City Count""llo,> .. >
M c ii t lot such .'. "
% build:'ig permit! and I Itu Ul't I. UBt. .. '
.-* t .n Ii it,..
? 'Iwh ,
appeal to the |
; City Council. .. ..
nif r> r* rthtrt't.i 4 .t:.>....*. .
t. ( ii Council may grant or I'du.;!' .,t.hlh .."... ,; .
:dl i!' -i nut. ,.... th.f .t.. .... ,. I.? t

S. '- Uunl-.t .In. ..*.... ", .
SUWANNEE.BAKERY < loll 5 -- That any person who >h ,r .?, ., .1 ..... .
I v :" ; or attempts to violate any ot "! ..'. Iff 1I'n.. t .., ,
.. piiivis'.ons of this Ordinano al.I :. ,u-..IM".
rlC'. ... ,( ', .
..1! !iicn| conviction therefor b.a .. .. .
<'. .1',.. .. .. ,
Bread tart: t'',.. Mayor of said City be..""I1"'Y' b, v., '.".r ..

Cake, Pies Etc. i"ii !!i-! ed by a fine not to t'xtt"d fieiinnlml [ and. the.van.... '., .... .'r > t .f.... .. "

i dollars ( $500> or by imiiisinnifnt .1 ti,...-. 'rnd....-..'art d.! v,.,,'n- t.'r" i ,' r .. .

Cakes made : in the City prison for a ItI" ., ..,..I '." 'f 'a., ,
v special to order. Cream Bread a rll.,1 Hot exceeding three nioi.'hS .f.,.. .. .
., ,
1 3 Specialty. Mays Bros. Broome & Turbeville itio'i n--The. provisions IIr Mas l..'. ''.,' .. .--- .
t 'r !lnuinie stall aiM'l to the .. f A. I.' .. = .
(HAI.-- ;
Surrency Powers and G. W. Townsend handle _. .
gNIy IK. .
onu t.r '", ..j .0,. ., ..
;, 'our bread, and no others. i .\ .nth! building or s.TiKtureSMMUII 'l...,... "'" .

: T. This Ordinaimi.al! .". .. .
jo effect .1. .
iii'n imniediat> i j. '1'tUtli r- ; .

*3 j'h.ag<. l i" the City Couuc.. ad .. I.. ,
i A :nit-; .
ifiS iiV rvSi ,'. .. .,
1i 1 1L puna! b> the Ma> or. \'. -


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110 I l,
., 1a""-/ r v; v; V v: v VO/pYL'1ttllYxVtrr
" V/\-. : v -./ ..... MAi.: r/1 MMM 'tVlirn Dernhartlt*. Fooled.
V-V..V. Sarah Bernhardt once fl.'l1'Ieem to a 1 SOUTHERN RAIL A Y.

sudden attack of houe ickuess while I

I IDLE MONEY i slie was traveling In eastern "uroill'. r

I to She Paris announced Immediately.that she was Bucharest K/uig bai'S wastie i: TWO TRAINS DAILY TO W AIHI N\iTHN AMI ... ,.... I

next city ou the rjutt and Bern-
hardt's impresario at once sent the following Schalul. Effect!*, V. .sI.I tt.iA
\ Money often lies idle .
telegram to his advance agent -
who was thun In the Uoumanlan eapj- No.34,No.' 30 Two- Train. EasL N. la "ntiiril A....

\ awaiting opportunities for tal: "Wire me Immediately as follows: 11 9 Ooa 40a 10 7 55p 40p Lv..Jacksonville:.....Je&>up ......Ar.Ar ..T .1i0. Ar J..+
.... .. Ar t'
"Nobility and leaden society: preparing 1 20p 12 15p Lv Savannah I h

magnificent reception. Minister of fine 10 6 55p 06p,! 6 9 00a Son Ar Ar..CoIumb1&.Lw. Charlotte- .Lv I ,.. At .
1 .
\ but A' si..rt111
investment ; opportunities arts will IHJ represented station. Torchlight I 12 56a 12 51p Ar...Greensboro...Lv .. Ar
procession, massed bauds. Wire '. _2 06a; 2 lop Ar.. Danville .Lv p .. A' t..
6 59&' 6 42p Ar. Richmond_i! I A' t4
do not come :|i exact hour arrival.' This telegramwas 17a'-4 20p Ar Lynchburr.. Lv.Charloltesvlile T ..ip Ar (

duly sent and the Impresario' 6 02a 6 lOp Ar.. Lv .. L. Cl.tr.rN
showed it to the actress, who forgot her 9 45a 9 50p Ar..Wa.shm ton..LY.. T ... Ar (.....w. ...
week 11 39a 11 25p Ar.<im..re. Lv
month : 'I
every or even : homesickness in view of the magulft- Il't'llt | 1 45p 2 3oa: Ar......W. PhilaLv 'T ...... L Ar. t'o.r 11.., =
4 tap 6 30a Ar..New York Lv
( reception awaiting: her. Wh n ... L. C.. a..4' M
' : Inthemeantime this > they arrived there Wt'reli1ty solemn i i j K ol. 31 and :3&-"\ :w York and Florida E,. j.. Ar 1
year. .
.. ...
press. Daily Pullman Drawing Rumn ::; "_
c gentlemen In evening dress with many i F I Car. Port Tampa and oickwn.lle to Nw >urk.i | gfcvasfle<
earTning ilecjratiJiH.: on the platform there : Nos. 30"Washmition and&a ..
money be ) Limited. Daily Pullman Drawing !Gain Suwt & I
were torch's flags and fljwws. ma+sel L. .
ing Car. Jackaonv to New York. Ihntn C.rI 5 t. tit t talta* fi
bands played the "Marseillaise" and [ ClM.te,rlo. bd v

: something ; and it can if the triumphal procession started for I \-.20 THROUGH LAND-or- THE Ski.: S! t.p LL' 1---L.w'.ak t \ I"1

the hotel. "Are you not coming; with i! 7 55p Lv....... Jacksonville FI&... .... Ar 7 .ltr I.aw ...
< you 6 ooa Ar.........Columbia. S. C .. ..... LvI 11 ... \r .. Yaaat 4 t.:.
<< ; who showed hi L:ns of remaiuiu I 1 5iJp Ar......... AshvUIe. N. C .........LvI ttt0 .b ,....... ,a._.. L.
at the station instead of going to te I| 2 rp Ar......H.ot Springs.! X. C..Lv 111. 'r K.....' ...'_- I.

\: THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ) hotel. "No." he said. "I mUst I lot.k 6 8 OOp 5ta Ar.Ar.-.L........ Knuxvtlle..uuis.ilk Tenn..Lv Ky ........Lv .,. ... L, i '". A..
.......... Ar r. (
after the mtMlity and leaders of sclety. -)- i 6 12p Ar......... St Louis. Mo .L.I
( ....... .
I & laa Br Cincinnati. 0..ILy
| LIVE I am afraid they! will bolt with --------- .
OAK, FLA.i 1 I s. I .... .......'
\; their dress clothes." But the actress, i EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE OX Si or..... lw ;: a.. ..,. ?
A...... ...... .. ..-.
i so the story goes, never g'u>:.el that ALL TRAINS. halo
1: the sixty great men at the Nation were
)5 UttoWX Trident. C. A. <<
C HARDEE. iv-Ice- re3.VA. ; supers hire by the advance agent at ; N* 13-Floridd Limited-Daily S.JJ V...t>UW Tra R 7li/tujk ... ........ .. sl.r q.n
\ 1E h ORN. c-whier. W. J. IIlLL lAN, r J{ 3ti cents a head. ing Cars.Jaeksonville to Atlanta. Chattannmia and Itacnt__ Mt...... ... '.
f ,i to Colurado Springs CoL. \ia Birmingham U..m|>\.., K_ Ctt>
.' 'A'A"'AYA"'A" -A" N.'A-A" """' AAA""A""AA I
Vvv v vv v-.v oW '-"V.vv..v. v.t.J Life bating at Firm. '| JAMES FREEMAN District f_n_vr A..al N liar IN ,........ '"
If Ihes are in danger at a tire it is ': S. H? HARDWICK. P. T. M W. H. TAYLOR. U f A ..*.** ".-.k A r .
a universal rule that life saving; t.iUes

FLORIDA RAILWAY.SCHEDULE. precedence. over fire ti htlnlIr fire -

escapes are talking or s.'rL a.fly ob-
;;tructed all hands devote their entire Live Oak M'f'g. Co.;

.......A.W WITH ALL TKAINS ON S. ;A. L. RY. AND A. C. L. RY. AT LIVE OAK. energies; to the work of rexming by
----- -----
- raising Udders. h y forcing: passage: I
. through smoke tilled hallways or by Manufacturers of
; I other emergency; means. Life nets are
K '
4l J No. 2. I' No 4
"..t1.t, 11.+I Mill 'MixedFytIl.b spread and held really tr thus* who
..1 and I Daily Lumber Ice Electric Lights Power
t- have not the nerve to wait f >r their ;
I""', Express Except ,
...... I...., Daily. I|, Sunday rescuers. Life: saving l'lIIHUUWI'nlu- I

e -- --, able time which could be IIp.Ii.1 to advantage 1: and Naval Stores.
1II. 1- in righting the! thane,. and the
' M w I a Lv. ...... ...............-.Live OaU........ ..... ....._. \r 10 20 a m.; 6 50 p m probHMe ntHVhsity for expending| this !

T S a m/ p m 4K........_............__. 'rt 6 r.....................................Lv.i 10 00 a m t 630pm time, gwmted as it is by many VMIKiderati.uis. j Electric Lights in any part of the city urntokeii hr )t.sdww,

a P m L.. ......................_.._.Saul Q ..........................._Lv. 9 52 a ro',' 6 20 p m htudies of .underwriters.plays an lU\lI)1'tmt Occasi part>:ills lu or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.It.W 1'' w.r

1, H N .. mL .......-.. ........-....._._Lanier:=.. ..............................._Lv. 950 a ml:I 600 pm pompier I It.Iders or window scaling ladders day and night current-for manufacturing tutt.

Ir.w L.. ....................- ........ Kirtland.3D .........................._Lv. 9 44 am :555pmATLANTIC >> are used in emergencies for making j Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have tt &l .......
... These furnish
' 1 th i AI............ ..... ....... ...'.\ tlmarth............ ...... ........._...Lv.1 93G ii ivscues. thrillingincidents : ,
.o !: p ::::: a m. 40 pm fur the and all orders filled.
i s s LA. ......... ........_Jmarth............ .............__..Ar.4.J I news-papers but areless 1 tion promptly
effloU'iit. !slower and a great deal --- I
1t.. .......... .. _._ .....Lur"\.i\lc..... ..................._ I more dnng' ball t, the
'II. L.. ........ .............. ......Luraville............ ............-..-. rnt ) n'reuien
45 I 1 and tb'l'o.l'Ul..t than the plain or extension Live Oak Perry & Gulf I
a r 'r. ..............................w lDllAl\th ......... ..................... 'I .Insurance llngiueer ,

'. Ii e w I M p m Lw.........:......:._...._..1\'tlnaarth.-.........:.:.:.............Ar. 93:> a m' 6 39 11 01 :. Ing. :
j jT11K
O.ti _
1. W .. .. Lv..................._.._Suwannn ! %.11 HK1LVT11 OF LIFK. | .
K. r 1 w p m L.. ........... ....- _.........Nur"" ...... ...........................Lv. 9 20 am I 5 24 p m
I II' It's a significant fact ttat the !

hS t: 'pI p m Ar. ................. .-...... ........!doi ()...... ..........-...-..............Lv. 9 12_a_m'., 5 12 pm I strongest animal of its size, the goril-i EFFECTIVE APRIL H t.t6I
1. R. r 1.v. -....-........-..... .... ...........M..y........ ...........................Ar. -- -500 I,
U I pm la. also has the largest lungs. Power- j I I rT--r7TT'l i

t a .\r. .....-.......-............AIt.m........................._.........Lv. 4 n I ful lungs means powerful creatures. I ;; .
I e L. ...............................Altu\ ......... ........................Ar. I 14 20 pm pm I I 1. t f

r '\r......._ ....... ... .........\I..v b...... .............................Lv. I 4 03 p m I right How should to keen be tte man's breathing chiefest organs study. Mail and Pasa: Fas.engec I{, rt. and PSTA: TIO S. I. Xf d jj .j fl 'i J t tto.

r II P M L. .. ....- .. _.........M.. o.............. .....................:tr. -I a In 4 00 pm'U ; ] f! .So. 3 I I -
1- j Like thousands of others, Mrs. Ora : 1 G. 5 Sun on" f
I r l at i M Lw. ......... .............._...5&n U I'..Jro.................................Ar. 90 am{ 3 10e I A. Stephens, of Port Williams, O., Daily a. bi.P-- Sunday- -M Only. I P !Leap(!JI:. : I rf. H ,

e r. w M p .L............ .. ...-.....Salt Roa1..........................."....Lv. 1151 a m.I 3:1i: ) pm I, tas learned how to do this. She :! Leave I!i Lease I 24i)4t i A..... AfN AM.... *4 a.a*..
t: I IIJU 1.30 l. ..
, .m 4 p. p.1 L............... ...... ............4a1o11............ ............ _.......Lv. 8 JO a m 255 pm l le writes: "Three bottles of Dr. King's i: 813 I U1 % $4 'u, yak 1 M Ml t w i*
, U 1, LH 3011 I .
I IU .
M t
.............................. ; | New Discovery stopped; my cough of .8 3 01 ..!aIT. a 4
r t iT p L. ...... ........... ..tlhan .Lv. II 33 a m 2 40 P In I i t 22 1.52 3 15 I M ... 4 t. Ut .* *'
a. two and cured of what 8 25 1.55 rru. .. LIT .1/ .,
! .t. as L. ...... ........ ........Keene................................._.Lv. 8 23 a m'': 220 pm I years me my j: Are 8 39 I 20099 I iAr. 3 3:10 40 Ine Platt......... .M... Mi ...
i friends thought consumption. 0, it's !: ''Ar L. i ... ... "I. sr
11 .110 p L. .... ...........t'enhollo""ay......... ...................Lw. 8 IS a ml 210 pm i for throat and Lv. 8 (3 Lv 4 45 ,Lv. 11 DOM"1C r tk Af $ .. *. !.. 4< '
! U grand, lung trou- i :Ar 1.49 4 15 ; 1 ... lM ..t. ..
, $ :, p m b. ....... ..... ...........I).nnsark...... ...... .................LV.I 808 a m. 135 pmr j, bles." Guaranteed by Barclay & j i 8 SO ,ILv 4,50 I 4 420 1. I O.q Iwo...... 1 rat. .. .. 0
3.3 I I1 >II w
M p 1. \ ........... ..... ........Terry.................................Lv. !8 00 a m t 20 pm ; Groover, druggists. Price 5Jc and : B Si i 4.51 ,Ar.Lv. 125 My. JwKta. .. it L> '. I. .
\ 1 I 1\ 900 1\ 5.00 ....... Dar!.."... is & 4s k. A. N
, ,: $1.00. Trial bottle free. 900 I 5.0Ii 446 3WD. Ytb ... ,. ..
I 4 sz Tvw.n.d
------ 910 5.10 .
. f.t..ah r r La.lwnr3'atu. (n n.il: Sta iilJL. (rl gister. h) ReglltarStop. (a) 1'blll1110 lit 111. I 923 I 5:25 5.. 12 I ...n SMit........ J"Z 47Ll 4 4 i. *. *4k- sI
9 38 .38 I r..U t I 1 .
T. 1' ALSTUN S.IIerintenJent. :
}ii:shish; opinion: (rf the 1'uited Statesin Ar. 9 50 Ar 5.50 ,Ar. 5 I' .... Perry .
iii ,.' ........, Ar ..33 '.. I. < r L. t .
I1114 I'a 'nt. Hampton _
+ r Ar.1030 Ar .
1'4., from the standp>>iut of the 630--_ __ I.tM hi." 1. rlr I .

fashionable London set. U shown in j

the extract from the correspondent of MAYO and ALTON

Mm Whishaw: I

COAST LINE "\ "-.i nui-it have read some time I -
-nit"i> m the papers of a few young I
Frt and Pass Frt_ ._and Pass _Passenger
fa !h Iut! <:tMe-s.' \S:. St tilley ( l. ril i>err o.j 9No.. 11.STATit1YrS. ,

>>'-. :ii.l- I\It. Mfs-ri. \V-.rtey and Daily ex Sun. Daily roc Sun Sunday Only I4,1. .. wt, I.....; . ........ ', ,
Florida Georgia Alabama 1 'I ;-..II. Itlili.tt'r.il; L.-I... e:s. and La A. M. P. M. P. M.Leave A M t. II r
Leave Leave A. r ., \ A .
tor.oh.'jv. a nephew of Mr. Baring.Uivii'S 9.00 4.30 5.10 Duwhng Part w
Virginia North Carolina and sailed for New York with: the 9.10 4.40 : 5.22 Mayo JunriH.r. H
9.23 4.53 5.M Clark I ;
nti'iition of t mot the
making a .
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9.J 5.08 5.44 FvtvrauaMay. I
i.ted; 1 Si :tes. The srlu-me was S lU.'JO s "5.:JO s a.Vi: .. )' II .
South Carolina. Ar lO'lO Ar 3.to Ar ".rrt Alt.,. I .. i .
!ioi-.ht very wild inl much dis.ipnned
s Regular 3tU!>. t'unnt'ClUn made! Iwt.kng I..k f".d ir..... .t t ,.
-)f l II y the west end of the For information a= tu v....IUIt'CtIUIIoltll o'h'r I r-,. k't, .j.. H .., .. .
ott n. inl tio.Ihl'mllll'ut! and this;,;[tit 'l-hoiit 14T. Lewrn BuiUliux. I.
vere Ilnivt.:-.:tl.y pr,..licte 1." Ia )LINO. Pre..denu K .' (4''x ... '.
"he ( ire it Highway of Travel l from -- --- -- .


florilld Ea t west Norm SoutH W. II. Brown the popular pension

.trturnNyof Pittsfield. Vt. sad ,' SEABOARD

"Next to a pension the best thin uget >

l is Dr. King's New Life Pill." M-

| u Hit i. \M Till VMiH S writes: "they keep my taiml 1:1 Air Line I Raii \\ n \

_Iilt'iulid health." Quick cuifor

FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITEDAND Headache. Constipation and Biliousness For Savannah, Columbia Qmjcr, Souincrn hi, .. W., h

2.:>c. Guaranteed at Barclay

NEW YORK EXPRESS.MOMflOMERYROlTE 4: Groo\er'a drug store.: Richmond, Washington. Baltimore. PhiLtjclpha. H \'tq4..:

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Three Elegant Trama Di U

"DIXIE FLY The Great Headactie{ Cure.BromoPepsin
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11U[ SEABOARD FLOkilM L1M11 fcl>

-:\uh: the Word Pepsin."

(, : t4. md"ht'1"\ x,. tf' i | t. all pints, via all 1'I G 1 U IP E tJ Q la-oania Hrdd'.elie. ServoMess Indi'estioa, The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIV111KD.bQUiPMI.- !K. I :--H. i | ?.,

\\ah a'1 'i:1' Ltr.st a St. Louis : Electric Train llt't\\t't'IIo't t
41 n 1'\ man Lighted \ >' I" I... i t. rat

*. .. .'I ,\ Urlt'an, r.1tt.; ._.J-,.I".,. On the Spot. and New York, via Richmond and W..- iini,". ..fi I I. it 1 .. ..

tine 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville IrJi r. M Lam ,
: i % ....
t tOSSlfl lilt rURl'Lt FOLDER. So Opiat+>', Absolutely Hlrm:fss. ?

't Ail Dmggst 10:. 25:. ,-.i }}c ONLY LINK I :
-1\ i ill information regarding rates Pullman: reserva- I
..,.. For Hale tly Operating daily through sleepers feint I 14. i k ,
s tf.'l 1 tft y ar neirest ticket a;ent, or write, F. r full .Mi4.rm.-iM. ,-i. > It It'll

r". ... t l i \11,S U.M. P***. \IL'fIt.. lb W. Bay St., Jacksonville,' Fla The City Pharmacy 1 n annj*-' I .1r, I' .

1 aka t.*_ A *nt. 1-: \\'. lUv St.. Jacksonville, Fla. S. C. BOYLSTOV Ju. .
a-tt. .-rr Ti**.. M nm,'"r. Inrneral Urti es. Wilralnzton, N' C.. LI'EOFLA.! Assistant ti.; ',)..I,|, I** < i. t."i \ i >
Mi i 1'4W1 .\.n:, hen,1fict.3.1 Wilmington, X. C. 41-2 3-trwi-r"r. J.\l1\o.II\\I\I.\: I H \ "


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case was placed on the dockets in NOTES FROM WELLBOH.V. li etrUIa to woo NKU ........... W

TO WORSHIP SUNDAY. Washington I I I -.

f There are evidences of stronger' Items of Internet Gathered lijr Our Nis 3UG1ILti t
......- e.. ....
t i .
BaptNt Church determination than ever in the mindof Corn'lilOndt'nt In That Thriving ja! abort white tft oc' tom. t"J _: .
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t The pastor has selected as the Attorney Cooper to fight for the Town. of ills Alllf B.U. lpeaNf. __

ti morning theme: "JIow to Jet Happy lives of Milton and Jesse Rawlings.It C. B. Olliff tas moved his stock of home last wNt, ,

I tiI and Stay So." There is a message in is now clear that the fight will be goods to the building formerly occupied Miss Ikrtha tHfgUtmfcti*. "

it for you. Come and be with us. The carried to the last ditch. Mr. Cooper by Smithson & Co., as a drug Tampa, Is tfea f.+*< tr( Mto 1Mb ..---- ......

i Sunday school is growing, and meetsat will go to Washington in time to be store, thus vacating the brick 6tor .I Uran for a f.w da,.. JH*. etltt -

:1-15 led by Dr. J. W. West super- prepared ahead for the hearing. building, which will be occupied by U quite an a&Uttoa to MM

l i intendent. The Young People's meet- T. J. Hackney & Co., who are now affairs of WUb&r., a4 ka S.. .,

ing is at 4 p. m., and everybody wel- 'I Brhl ,'> ISlonu Mown taking stock preparatory to moving ;' many friends ..... trs.e. .t*. t$ .

l come. H avana. Sept. 7.-Two bridges on thereto. Their new goods are arriving )MisiVHN I'1941*. ., Ir1.1W 11t.

: The series on "Ht'h"I" will be the Western Railway between Pinar daily, and by tte time this is sister of on frta.4. Ji.. ...... ..

1 : continued at night and a large congregation Del Rio and San Luis, south of thatcity i printed, they will probably be ready I her brother hire CHI Mua4a,. M taA r -

1 is expected. Come and were blown up with dynamite for business. log Tuesday eight Mto WIIH to avery
.. ...........
bring a stranger with you. this morning. A force of men sent I Miss Willie Hinely: of Madison, li charmicc >utie. .a.. tu.tt. W ...1-- .
; r-= .
-- to repair the bridges, which were spending a few days here with her way. captivated oa# ybeknowicic <.?... M.
MctliodM Church built of concrete and steel, was stop brother, Joe Hinely. Miss Willie isa to her laaninfti. t%* la .

Howard Putlll, Pastor. ped by a body of rebels, numbering very pleasant young lady and is i i student of ""Brata t......," MGainesville. .tt..pt ""- t

) Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. L. E.lwlwrson. at least 500 men. making friends of all who meet her. Ga.. _a.r. .... fv ... ....

Superintendent. Mr.: and Mrs. Perry Mobley were inWellborn I turn in a f..v dal. "f t ?

Preaching at 11:00 a. m., and 7:30( To1'hum It May Concern: : a few days ago, with their Miss Ruth )11'. *... tatia4 U..

i I). m. This is to certify that 1 am personally !: little boy for medical treatment. Avery Oak last Friday, ..N...... ... ......... ... ..

Morning subject: "The Fire of tht' acquainted Mr. M. H. Hurst, small piece of steel was stuck in ginbotham hvMM wllll Mr ... '-

1.lIIrtl:' now of Live Oak, and have known : his eye and was very painful at Misses Pt..rl KtHfe. )t* M Tf attr ..

Evening subject: "The Preaching him from a school boy. I have had I' times. It was removed by Drs. Both and Zellab Gr-..... ti tc.HltIJ s _

That Salt. considerable bsuiness dealings with J well & Pennington. Sometime ago Oak faitIo rrlt.

Let Ua: forget that much dependson him, and have always found him i:. )lr. Mobley was taking a shoe from I Mr. McHlmarri) ......,* rvpri. ... ..

how prepare for the coming meet truthful and honest. I I''a horse he had purchased, and in sentative of tie Covta.aa.a f. I .

ing. Come out hear the Word repair I have been informed that he and \: doing bo, a piece of steel so small it Jacksonville, sp, +.1 .... s..e.t lima. '

the Altars of Jehovah. Seasons his family are now sick and not able could not be seen with the rye: dew thhe guest of Ml*. MrLrraaC. .......m.si..' .. t 4

of refreshing will thus be ours. I to help themselves. I commend themto and struck in the little boy's eye, It. MrUraa. n>r+ i Mlatia* tit .. .

r Epworlh League Monday, 7:30 p. the good people of Live Oak. making it necessary to carry him tophjsicians the Punta Cords C10ar M...fav. ting "i.

m should they need assistance to help for relief. Co., of Puau ().r4., ttttatht S tlr.litlMr .

them. When they get well and able, !: Mr. Simpson Parnell went over business trip to UH Mi iii t.. tswi..r

N't'OIultln'nt Church they will settle all claims against ( Monday last to assist Prof. Mizelle in City this w<*k. WWW ..... ..... .. ..

Regular services at the usual hours. them. C. L. LEGGETT, I mowing hay. One of the knives on are not familiar la dIM part a/ ..... it. _

Preaching by the pastor, Eld. H. V. Greenville, Sept. 6. the machine became loose and he got >et whtre "iEl> ara .*r. AM PI" "

Skipper at 11 a. m. The subject will down in front of the machine to I they are there to May .. .

s I.r Tlir "'h-Itl With the Iliddni 1-:. A. Crawford & Company tighten it up. He neglected to Or. I'rnnlalltty Mt tar ll..t s w lit

Tn'a un'. At 7:45. the subject will In today's paper appears the advertisement throw the machine out of gear andttl' I stay In Georgia+ >v Nr..el.i W. tte.. .
f tit a, ,
1,. "Satan's CJ..t'Utll1II"w'rt'd 1Te.t. 1 y of E. A. Crawford & Co.. mules made a step forward whenthe diet that b* will a.v. .ruts .

\ brokers, who will open their office blade clipped Mr. Parnell's finger, I his rrtura.b a rl.t I.... .

Sunday school at 10 a. m. in Live Oak within the next few days.Mr. cutting it pretty badly, but no ( he. We w|.a to trestt.W. ..,
boue'I -
Prayermeeting on Tuesday at 7:1.5 Crawford who will give this office a might sore finger for some in adtanc". aM ''M.. .. w. i twit ..

pp. m. All are invited to attend. his personal supervision, has offices were broken. However he will have and happy llfv.

-- in Tallahassee and Monticello There is another story connected with Happy JOt Hia...' mao a __ '

I"n'h'h'rlan Church both fo which have been very su'cessIfuL this and it's a snake story. While trip to a111etal sI -.*., Ibd ..

Sunday school at 4 p. m. 'I driving the machine, the blades:: cut turninged )l""" .....,.... ...sv..pa t .....4 ...'

Prayer meeting every1'ednesd L. Mr. Crawford is a relative of H. off the head of a pretty fair sired by bUW t11.ttt" .M a. *,
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Clay Crawford, secretary of State, I II rattlesnake cutting off about four e ua4h., '
night. I !, ila4 ( ft Mri...a* i>.. .'
All invited to attend. and is a young man of good reputa- inches. Mr. Parnell thinks the snake I sold his later.**. vim ii t u.... ."

tion and extraordinary ability in his I was coiled when struck b) the J. \\'. iHwrtlUj. 1"'I'- ...... .

.\ Iland : line. He was for a long time oper- :: blades. The snake had nine I 11 L.ru ,.
+ennr Present' I rattles..Mr. 'u .."... s u. '.. p... 1.-

Some of our big-hearted fellows ator for the Western Union Telegraph |i Mizelle had just walked wry ; Panu Ow4a Clpar ....f.. *>> '.. ..... .. ..

Mho never do anything except in a I company in some of their I near where the reptile was killed. : CORJ p iI.> VI I1 tr .' '-

dig ht'artE'lla)'. presented Kev. C. largest offices also was chief operator God took care of Prof. Mizelle and .... s
.\ for some of the larger brokers Us mules. -- ... ,..
Uidley with a fine $250 mare this in Atlanta. After We firs gto* to ..... tiles .. t..e,Y 1ti++
morning. She is one of the most with the becoming acquainted Mrs. Martha Riley an aged widow Oak St**_ ....*i .. .. >My ? ..... 4-
handsome and stylish animals ever brokerage business in lady, is quite sick at the home of Mr a flfi ...... ..
+ Atlanta he fli. tk* ttaaa sit ...tifa..rtNa. "" ..
c keen on our streets, and when went to New York wherehe and Mrs. Xathan Ga.Uord. She I U it .
Mr. held an U t.rti.c ..< Il I.S .r. ...- r 4Mt.ti
KlJlty was approached by the Democrat position as operator in some aunt of Mrs. Gaylord and these kind
that fill ta. ta. b1s. .F t _
man and asked what he knew of the larger Wall street offices and people will do all they can for her I D KI0H4wys +t. Seta ''' ...... -'
there _
about the (proposition he simply became thoroughly acquainted comfort. She is improving under the hoe tat... I.. ...
w laI.I-u't. bM, .....
with the
business. .
He is able treatment
this of
kiiilled from one ear to the other and by Dr. Bothwell. She U ry aatil It llit. IT "
rat .
Mid: "All I know is that my good familiarity with the markets to advise nearly eighty years of ase. State. trat *f .| ,. t tr.f i....... ,

his customers!: to advantage Robert Stansel k I e.t.lrw.tA.1ti e...
and giving of
generous friends have, for some this (county and
them the benefit of his Xolan II....to-
icantih knowledge of
or other Columbia
presented me with county
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and experience in cotton brokers two of TN Ma M ta. Mir.M rf -.*... II i. "
home ,,.,
ihu our .
tautlful mare. and that I am bovs.? are-- .horn._'W tom..isua -- ---- i''trdrr.t. .
business. the East tea HIlI.... aMMa aft*,=. M i ilatoMeMawwaNMNNi. i
happiest where
man in town. Am going they have ben I ,.... '
I 0 preach tomorrow on How to Get The firm will have a direct wire at work on the extension of the East .. .
to New York and will be Coast railroad laj.r... The'. MNw ... ., .... .
1IiII'I') and SM) that1t), and want correspond eighty-five miles below ++tlt
'''.i to com out." And with fI ents for the firm of "'. P. Randolph Miami. They are off for a few I be allo..4 tu vat* .. .u. .,.. ..1, e,.. .'
but & Co., Philadelphia. i would row tW 1'1 .., ., ....
i I lit up. Mr. Itidle went : days' recreation. They are !r>tjJl'
on looking
.. : .... It .o ii4 ,M. .
'well '
I mil tit' had promised the Demo- -- and appear to have been fareing -S
all "TO ('ria: A I'KLO.VSam. well. We I II P
< are informed
i rtUuUr soon as he had the vacation I .
; Kendall, of was I ( ..(.....4 j ..
.1 them out hintst If. PHllipsbur-, giwn them by the Company for .
Kan., "just cover it over with Duck- their faithful services: rendered.Kev. Ilh, rH, tbs- .01"..

Jen's, Arnica: Salve and the Salve will Robert McDonald I WeI'I'". and d'.1
1l\\\"II\'U.. of
CAM: .\( .11\. Georgia. ,
Jo the rest. Quickest! cure for is visiting his sister Mrs. W. A 0111a1" aN ILca. .

tii. iiurns. Boil 3, Sores. Scalds Wounds, 'Tison. of this place, for few II Iah.1 t.,. \ I.., .. t''_ .1'takr
a da
rttrf t'ualtrt f'wiitiiU-iit "
He )
Will Piles, Eczema, Salt 1 i held ht ('" ...... ...
Hr Rheum !'app'd ;;and while here he has I H
Ul* IM Saivl't. (Client. assisted in two
Hands. SurF,-e' and Sore I
Eyes. meetings and
.11. i Vpt Attorney JU>hn R. cne on his way hereHe .
Only _;)c at Barclay & Groover's is R\\t
r i Botitted that the case ; drugtore. an able minister and t ighl\ tTTMl.. TNM.1
1 Guaranteed. !spoken: of by all. From -\1-
LI HK had reached the Kgoe-* I
-- ---- --- i 1 A'.achua! 1\flit''''' 1
county to I' "
< -'I .-I. me Court and had assist Ki-v \\ Mbt.s
Quincy McCoy has taken good advice A. Tison in a 't4Southern
I I he hearing ink the protracted m"- ;IH::
and returned to railroading, for ;and will then '
,11! taken up some his nei,{'ew \\ h:
which he has: marked apititude and in 'Tison at High
; li will have the Springs, goin ti "I i:
which he has had much experience 'I there to South Florida Railwny
.'id U tu IN- taken upI on bus:n. +
for a young man of his age. lIe has' Town Marshal .1. W.
.1" tin the docket. Morgan: ., -, I /'t 41, ,, .
4 accepted the position of chief clerk 'R. M. Silas are \ 4 t r
h vill!I convinced repairing a !pa'- <>'
in the Seaboard offices here and will 'the sidewalk .
t HI avv the lives Wellborn. Thi.i- .4 .p' j
', t.. I dill udett enter upon his duties next week. Mr. much: neeledork. tu /:4. t..e t .'. a 4. wt _
.' McCoy is a young man of superior Mr. F. L. Walter and Mr
John .
miand alt'.e .- I.
character and sterling qualities and 'II Dees: are putting i ... IU tr.Itri
tKnlared the u;> the posts and ;
lw he has a fine future before him in the I preparing to wire in 'i:1U.4f\: .. .
the .
Me uti |iikaa.* man and \\ \.' ''' .. tag N s .r.... *
.... it .hrHf.ra'..d Hateri. railroad world if he will subdue his emetery. Part of th- wire is on II.( ,. I...."' ., a .. -

{i." I in ,1 Lii Un restlessness and settle down to a round and the remaiudtr I t Hn,
MiMdjob '\\".-Ilborn. so this
intuit lu-rili-il .r 1 } 19. It .1 .... "I ".. I. .

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- PARENTS'' Your sons and daughters may need tlw

I Why hesitatespecial to spend training JC'v, Lo.....
Just $40.00 on thl'ln
hl' l FilII
Tl'l'm at the p1'ice. Remembeiarrange 11Oiany. .... ....,, .

t ( 'all 1111 liS let only 1 more days at t#.
us call on you to for a scholarship. t .It',

t SOUTHERN and School BUSINESS COl-4L.l: (] I

Shorthand and
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