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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 21, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00075905:00125
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are acotrlaf+ ta* wenfe aa4 If a* to j ,...."" f ti* way to G'Selo
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mart a State *& 4panare froa til* titfJ
.td tesigU tilt Its be.ttils corm coal .rile refslaUe It** tr ** inset "I I I'" ..... .....,... b.b. ... ...... ... 'M aas .sat t I I..,.,..,.

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Cia" era U. ."**,.* 1* af fps I* ftteeilief .I G+jt. hutoa says that further
t ttt of losiag.all. if years, a.*. I n- ... Nss. tae 4. if .s1vrr.. .......,." h..1f d tar tv, ibis ab seders from ta. Secretary

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.fee tU fccrrtary Taft chi sees ....... ... ........
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Ed It tses teas frnaspeed ..... Wl ltt Mrs tonmi *** bets. the tt..i slit titrys. .. ers l.eo''
aay MoW seas to &. aril oa thaitit
tt t>it sidtrata of If THKLE MAMMoni I L Irks ,MtMa., ......... bs s 1111'I Terrtsst7 s... die ttsae, W tca..a atsbtecLMtsrdy

slur set to uflre itere b.jtl'ee I'" ., s.. k..+s Asgattta .la..I i tit trot ........ .. by 1M tstsi
visit of G**. fa -
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gads Oey'fatted 41,..' tou.n I.. .... t* It* >Ii.*** .l tie .. I: 1'.1' 1t fictaaf t. ......... by C.att.WWrlstu. .

Colwtu asd otters .ig.irked ...I i M.9Nt ,........ tIC ... Qtte tttwee. Dttt Lsr$. SO- aLttlrtrlsy "

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lasfcu MlftUter Norm siu tees U.wrp" 11M tftepca peu as tale rash aid af "*t"
< tetf w desalts arrange- *. '"e ..J''' oral. b.. ... mussel t....s as a .0 w.. .at AN, ........ .. a pasta road tea days ago,

;4 I to Bad until the ford gt Petersburg 8*|>c XIaocUted -n. ,.... ,.er r-.. ....d Mire Mw I car ... I'.. .bI.. beet .........4 .a. m* 'rday sentenced to fifty I
Press leas urea 134.cissed Jltswa" ... T .
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a6cy were over ponies Si ricer sNrdii..i r tier lac..rsscslesrM ..... ImprUoament aDd to receive ftttrtJ
by a member of the cabinet tW ....
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SAs 1"i,1 r leersy sal
11 o'clock
the entire lashes at the whipping post t I ICIHIf.J
sal within a few dan laws of reltdou I+ N... lrwgrlirs ..aFr.Miri aerd ...... .
proceeded to the I was arrested Monday night
, frwdora, removing praetkaliy **.rjr I If ... ....,. tusi rr ssets.stabed ...
XteisUr
$ Morgan pre j ttI'lJtu% ..un..1w1 He t.aft* ed and today he was In'
t Taft and restriction and disability under wbtek ......... .
Bacon to ---- dieted tried and sentenced. The prlsmiH
fa. the different faiths In Russia tare labored CN".a. T. W MaMwe it. ..
\f'tI Girrr .l lbsa.'l .ISLAMIC ('ua4 .... be whipped next Saturday .
b E* crowd had awemiCilawUrf will be promulgated. nil i* 1M Te.ib w ho .u Ie A trsuaa ._ f

the second point in the Stolypia pro Mr. Bryaa W..n.i&f ......" ... u...
to witness larmuiag Dank Capital,
Ht tier gram. Tbe first Including measarw arrived oa tW ....... Mt .as .*t oftu X*. Twrt d.. It -At a taet'ttcttrsbe -
< was no dem- PHtsburgs, Pa., Sept. 21,--Tbe
tt u7 sort as the launch for the distribution of land alr..adyhas ut, ataeHag w4 Ms Me ., tie dirneers of ... AttaatieUe stockholders of the Farmers' Deposit -

tusts whose visit is been,published. about the IoU,," Ulef Mr. "U c ipeat RaM.ay O>a**.y to this National Bank, in Ibis city, will

ass Zeatous to Cuba's Zayai and fire'other members of the appeared. dig AWuader HIBOO of Peters- heM a special meeting here this af- I
, I The appearance of the Nebraska yew Va.. eieesed geaeral .
weead ; as eouas '
the cruiser u-raoon to the
liberal committee,which he lad vote on proposition to
frees in the door of the 1's lei tW ... :
-'tkh UstUl handed +asa was 4 of feaapaay to succeed the late
moored in by Commander Col re H increase the capital stock of the bank
d t signal for the first 4Ka0801UatMI.
W G. GfitoH.
hart, which he understood to ba tie names which is now fSOO.OOO, to $$,.000,000Tbe I
.Tell three rousing cheers. As ae sit"+ L A awetiag of the Atlaatk Coast
i S.luted.er's lartsotr
of those who will .be considered the plan is to give each bolder of one
+ to the ground h. Brat m.t Ito U. c.m" also beM. but
sailors e *ay was BOMecvtser
drawnI,4 share of the stock
were official representatives of the rev present ser i
Smith, who pressured PmW Lamar Mr who
w BHott was
arias and the cruish lutionliti.lUbtN. ta and one-half shares .of the Dtft'i
t >u >&:'Taft stepped Itepresentatkes.On Hill of the SHIH. and etaer I t-'d.-t of the corn paay, was stock or for each hundred shares I
lh members of the reception committee. .QMoL Ellh ,
Pr.rideat u'
lacy at once faced leaving the palace the part lIIe< K After a short delay at the depot, Me a U1 pfobaMy tie cftoten at the
t Cameras. which has bank
7hg a proceeded td the Denreri proposition b carried the will
tL occasioned: by newspaper photograph aQua! **UBg of 'thf stockholder.
tpelm ,o iIa p1 toore4 at tbe.'foot; of a btirbyNatreet. laps the distinction of having the
4 bb era who desired to get pictures of ..f tie October 10.
the couple, the entire party movedto .
'gyred format welcomeTlft Alfredo Zayas and other membersof I concern in the United State west !
! & the Piedmont hotel, where again
+etary responded the liberal committee who badbeen the visitor to every person who entered of Xew York, with one single except- i
they posed for a series of photo
$ thereupon 'en- awaiting: Messrs. Taft and Bacon tke parlor and for each one 109. The bank's deposits now are i

lad"wrre' drive&rs n presented themselres. A brief and graphs. Mr Bryan bad a pleasant word.At $::000000. The last public sale of I
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan took breakfast
they were con pleasant conversation ensued but MS: o'clock Mr. Pryaa was entertalfird the stock was at $1,750 per share. !
lrs Auto alone at 8:JO o'clock, and when !
themain"salon. there was nothing beyond exchanges at a Utncheoa of members !
Burton Smith Informed the Nehru
k tko meeting with of courtesies. Senor Zayas and Secretary of the Democratic league. Kcbrb Waiting on Taft. !
kaa that he would not be dl turbd
a sere SecretariesMinuter Taft suggested each to the \Vnlle Mr. Bryan wu holding the Havana Sept 21.-Secretary Taft
until IOU Mr. Bryan already
Morgan other that they have a quiet talk together pits+tic rsss't4toa Mrs. Bryan waspevdiag betas formally yesterday to bear the i
hack pleased with the reception, expressed
x McCoy, mill and Senor Zayas offered to seethe over AHaata la aa antomMte evidence in the present trouble in Cu- :
his regret by saying:
Roosevelt.; The secretary at Mariano or any* eseerted Vf a tettttfetee of .o- VIce-President Capote had ant i
td "You mean further pokoaaare win
PIStp were very cor where else. It was finally agreed sea The put fl aMf drew .e a a..aMItb Secretaries Taft and ;

soon gars placeand however that Secretary Taft should be denied" me until It:U. Mr.Sattb ,.. e4s..., l.rt**.g Ch at 2 8ueG at U o'clock at the summer :
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tentfoa the tit- go to Senor Zayas' house and talk ..lte... aa4 W e a cWlcw.t ..... r..ld Be* of United States Minister

d fa i very genes- matters over. In the meantime the futile IUrf. ii "*rk*. ua sae .." ..a. M rcaa. Sraator Zayas will give

: Ik *er* not taken up, secretary and his party will remainon )lr. Br>aa- .w ,...
:pressed bimselUTe t board the Denver to receive the re.eltlka la ... *aebrrs at .... >Kt4..at snot Mree ..lsat M.it as Lit .,1..." tM attertr on. Secretary Taft ;

of return call of President Palma or tw .... 1 1lh :-., traail ..... lets .. ..... i............t tat Laslat .. WMs 5.5 bays will finish the bear- '

t : Preilno hit representative. h g .bIdr that M aNt ..... ........ .... .. .... .... lilt .. Mraire Mai

nl&teq with re- As the members of the liberal committee 54. Tyr.Met ....... MbtW ttM its pins iriiwrra..pog r .... ICrtwI IIadr-r (...... fly.Kee.aa. .

mss, wad that Praitseatatires were passing the palace on Left& .....t ... .. .. .... scat lttrrarrd MM I. i. &.**. 21.-The rebel lead-
Mrrw.As.r.
war their return from the Denver they Paaw"4 "'-...i tie ...... .1d.. s1 ..... user s.eMrrss .. ... ..... Mesa, has left Artenisla

task' tree to act met S'ice Prestdeat Mendex Capote .*r e&* MbeasN tot Nra.ii/w AIMte Ib. tyrrlTMsi M larrsae .. isar "11''''. t. t-oDe miles

vita develop- and Secretary of State OTarrill. street ....alM. a... 1k .... '* tt tlsss swr lbs ....W M of Havana, and is report-

3 Doth liberals and the government Members .f tae r.a.Miea esserir.ee.p. ..,. semi tttAStetrsilf Ili /sa err .. k .. I..*. teen with him. He ; ,

:ed' 'President officials stopped and shook hands in tee were ea aaad ...... .is +L ........ .... Me 'VM.I.r .... e" .. say as G.ruaJa .wa1tJAI the i

.-.t ides of Alfredo a friendly manner. lion and made H a pmt I* ma4 M tM ....... p.utt e, tfte > &M negotiations. ;








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r4 _Ukla ta, aald IN Emits asall URtalalj L
! LOW ol brtei, atoa. rat or torn
Ready-to-wtar flats, Off MattriaJ got ol a cas.aU': Live Oak Brokerage & :

for ladle and children satire. Pru..... flit say psrsoe
rRauis I .._a. ira or eorporattoat o.slag I
for early .'alli At. or occapjlaf lay goads or otbtrtaiMlas ,
I. BOW UBla Ut MI4 fir t mission Co.
!
;; tf. 3ach.w. Umita. may repair Ik* same "y first i ,
Kid Gloves, elbow ra mttttaf W the firs Cosimltto of i
;f QWc1est to WMhIn1en (idt7 MU4 atth >UM or ut.r. of th*f .

.:r& ftJl Points Cat. length. repair, d>troy ir4 tall to b.fir.ade.Cwnraltte aa4obtalalaf iI I Wholesale grocers" grain 4i .-

New Muslin Underwear <..., approval .( avck repair, and t I .
tr pmit aataortilM tk* aaai. I'tt*
r '6 San FraacucaCal.oa Ate in beautiful de ikkd.TUt tfc* Ftr Committee U sotbereby .
t .n diily; limit Ode 11.Atlaatk attihorit to alto repairs
i" City, N.J.,oa Isle signs. to say baJUiai or atrwtar whrt ARAGON HOT!
{I $,U. 15 dairy, limit Oct SI.Falla. serb ruin .oat4 b. worth nor
tlaa the kuildlns or atrwtar 4 0r4to
: tl ,- NlaPra N Y., oa
o* t pir 4. lr'''Mra furtbtr
'" ..,. ale daily, limit Oct. 31. Mrs. E. N. Lawler. that sboatd tk. fir Comultt, attar AMERICAN'P[ .AN. .
Wiahfafto, D. C, 00 .1t tin. sire B permit to *itk r
$31." dailj. limit Oct. SL bated cesatnMt. repair or talarg FU .-
air b.UUllB, vtuta the said Fire IJAOKSbNV.ILLEl _
$51 7V Denver Colo., on sal dal PROFESSIONAL CARDS. UaSu. and nay member o( the City
lr limit Oct. 11.trf1 I -- Cottbtll kaowlac of anti permit, ob-I J t : '

Bar harbor M*.. on aal* L K. t/MHTr-i. A.E"4U. Jed to the aim for good rtaioa. It Rates $2.5Q and Upward.: Rooms, anji
daily limit Oct. Jl. shall b' tk. 4"te( said ooj t" TJOBERSON & SMALL, e( the Qty Co Bcil to ,, $3.00 and {Up.,
A Chicago, ID., on aal* daily, .
fit kit objectless to avch .
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limit Oct.SI.YrighUYffleN.C..on. permit wttk tk. Majror kertupoa "
')? \ al. ATTOUNEYSTAT LAW. It hats be the doty of the Major to -
$ 2'.85' -:- Cuisiae and Service" Unsurpassed in/t tk!
III daily; limit Oct. 31. order Buck work or repairs stopped ..
will do general practice b State aad nut the qaestloa of allowtng. permit -
t:41ft Saratoga Spring N.Y., ..Jml Courta. caa bit pa__4 poa by the City '- I
H. N. O'NEAL : PROP!
c" uW daily, limit Oct 31. Council
Boons 1 ma I (Ur-&tuJ. laww ka.>>**
SPECIAL OCCASIONS. 'Prat)I& 111). Stietloo I.-That framed buildings -- :
'Hot UYCOAK. I I FLORIDA.C. covered ,ith sheet Iron shall not be
QQ Spring, Arkansas, on
4o allowed t4 be kalit or constructed
sale daily ninety days. within the'said FIre UmiU. MA
a. BsowL f. C.THOMPSON .. r
Section -That hereafter wen I Wood !
No trouble to answer questions. firm ( I
& THOMASON any person persons or corporation II
.
Excursion rates to other points. BROWN hall desire to build, construct I 1 -
Limits schedules, Pullman accommodations or enlarge or repair any building or
and all detailed information to I ttruciure within the said Firs Limits I f A 2 horse wagon load of .
above or other points cheerfully fur PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS before commencing such building or About your
nished either on application in personor structure, they shall submit th* plans 2 18 inch wood for$1.50.
by mail to and specifications of the same to the t should be fresh is&
FRANK C. BOYLSTON U\'E OAL : : : FLORIDA. Fire Committee of the said City for I 0 FuruLshwl on Short Notice. i
District the approval of said Committee at
Passenger Agent 133 West No groceries,
which said Committee if they approve 1 Leave orders at M. L.Burnett&
Street Jacksonville
Bay Fla co.f
M. DIXON, of such plans and specifications I
L shall issue to such person per- H. WIMBERLY. goods, are the bcltd
sons, firm or corporation a building 2
BARDIN & DENTIST. permit if such plans and specifications I oio+o.o. .O+O+O+o.O+O+o i We look after I tl
are not approved by the said
Committee, then such building or careful
ORTODONTIA : CROWN : AND : BRIDGEWORK business
EDWARDS structure shall not be allowed lro The Great Headaclie Gure, .
: SPECIALTIES. tklrd however, that such person, stock il'
that
persons, firm or corporation, should our

38 acres in South M E. BROOME, the they decision feel themselves of the said aggrieved Fire Committee by- Bromo. Pep sin fresh.

may appeal to the City Coun-
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East Live Oak-ly. cil for such building permit and upon "Note the Word Pepsin. We cannot tc 11''
such appeal to the Council,
LAW. City
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT

ing East of Ohio UVE OAK. : FLORIDA.Will such tue City permit.Council may grant or refuse G U R E S insomnia Headache Herronsness indigestIon :, space what all ft t

Avenue. of tK.Seta Sp. Section 5.-That any person who in and see us, or
practice w&U tM eourt+
hJ.U.a oa CI.... U CoOTej --. C.ll.ctiMol violates or attempts to violate any of On the Spot.
RuU.Eta All >u.i_ BroBpUy awDIIed. the provision of this Ordinance
I This is a desirable .... jhall. upon conviction therefor before Ho Opiates. Absolutely Harmless.All your needs. I
Not**!Pv uc Sun AT LAIO the Mayor of said City, be $
tract for subdivision punished by a fine not to exceed five BnifUU, Ut, u., ui Mi PHONf
hundred dollars (1500), or by Imprisonment -I
, to the City of DR. J. W. WEST, in the City prison for a for Sale By
period not exceeding three months. The
Live Oak. Within Physician and Surgeon.Office Section C.-The provisions of this City Pharmacy MAYS BRj

Ordinance shall apply to the owner UVE OAK, FLA.
five minutes walk : Carroll Building Ohio Avenues occupant contractor or workman on 41-23-trwi-vr. FREE DEI.tLpTwwtI
I I Residency at Ethel Hotel any such building or structure. ,

of Court House. Pho..r.k.1 N.l... Section T.-This Ordinance shall
U_J Bc" No*.O or 1M.Dru go into effect immediately upon its
Lots 150 !I Stun Barclay Gruner)\a t t passage by the City Council and approval
yards by the Mayor.
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Passed by the City Council this the
from this proposi- Don't Have Your Cart 17th day of August A. D. 19)6.

CHAS. H. BROWN,
tion are selling to- 'Work Butchered. Attest: President of City Council. MANY i

S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. .t1
day at $1,000. : Goo eaSOnSi
'At
the Mill!
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I. S. P. Maya City Clerk of the ts9
City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby fcu
I -- certify that the above and foregoing 1 l Expected ,
$6,500 'Ordinance \\>>. 51 was regularly passed Nriea '

I aft the 1 imbei r Gail Mon |f by of the City Council on the I7lh I \"'\ 4 why; you the baby should first watch came 1
day August A. 1) 1 tOC. and the i \.' the "little ailments.
II same is hereby certified to the Mayorfor Littletb1n .
I his approval.U"ttne.a !I I tklags in the grow to bigMeGEE'S Jj
ba.b.llie. AIl '
'. for the 38 acres. I my land and the seal of I Hall h4
hIe. cu he averted in
I I Build them under a Guaran said City this 17th day of August bT keeping it perfseiD3.

tee. Have Built Hundreds and I LA. D. ltOe.I It k..p. the ltoma.ch and bowels BABY right.ELXXIB.Takes rJI, IJ:

Real Estate and Investments i; am Building more every day, I (Seal) S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. It b away+.bi.s frogs-.n.teething Pleasant time.take.".kes Good LEA."i for i delicate babies tat* .

For Best Prices Write 'I Examined and approved by me this I sic!. atoaach. SS teats and 60 cent bottle at ,oat Itr
BAISDEN BUILDING. the 17th day of August A. D. no,. I .
I %Y. H. ADKISON,
I M. E. BROO &. 1
Phone 196. P. o.Boa t\o. 4. TAUAHASSIE.1, Mayor City of Lire Oak.-}" &. LIVE OAK DRUG COIPA






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my gtrtIdnt .6erieti-__: ..
rt I havejjalf thc' prett7c So.eI.tbt ,' Jt
other girls were able to afferd.! 'bat's -- .

the thing,to keep In mind, Ettle daugh. ,t .
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1IJJSONJJr& mother mine. Come let's look over theremnuits ,{ '; '. : .' :, ; '

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.. of our wardrobe and -
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tome of ttioie
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( f g=Omer'prarue, derfal thing one reads about on die '9 ,1,,' ..

'" .. ,woman's page-Wow to make a band- ;k. .
t:certain'; that:there some er nlar;dam'Reo> ( at oM,hill "

tha\ dll R'onld curtain.' or *a dressing auk out of 9 ,
Ue,.
''t6an 1 that'oti"minister' } d alrit handte lJ t.n{pt "4 .r1t8 your ,

: lbe" ,fathefa.c4.fieckUca.pUite l into,UDI '
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rectoty filth Its Mrs. Blake laujrbed and followed her EVERY NIGHT

sl,etbad'po91' qp apst irL '"I'bq sun h d U>e girls bedcoverer
tltul gray)!tonq ; wita oJJ/and ends anagk4

glass windows from both wardroJ** _
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family possessions: Esther finally sat down, an old fashioned a
%' helped mate lareadtr and white delaine dress ,

they did note that had belonged to br mother s e ore .. : .. .. -< I! -

dnr t ..things pat youthful days lylpg In.btr lay oJI 1 '. FH. _
V> do the things I "I really can make up a lovely UttW : >

erening drm out of tills. abe eiulted.
Christmas I her ''lips "I wonder till not been made over loaf
she bAd reeeind ago." .

handsome Bibles Mrs. Blake did Dot tell LA she bad

ta.her fathers con kept It packed away In Utendtr and RATES
bad a' sense of tender memories Iwnufe It was tie :
Esther on her twen- dress she had worn as a bride Ute first
ei'ed: Bible NO. '37 Sunday at $t. Jobn'a when the came te ( '-

her daughter that the then strange town.
would buy her an "I can manage with the 4........ but
: "1) *6** :' "There' t"dODl1ow anything tees tbaa 25 cents hour for used

that she needed miracle could produce the sbues and per .

gloves that ought to go with theta

1ecmed half divided. One could perhaps find a reri|" for I .
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laugh and to cry pair of long white glores to go with H skates' F
'they think I don't the short elbow Irrre I intend making .

-. fan a for my little lareadr dress If there /
lilnf a little bit frtv- only were time to md eooaxb wAat- BI

ehe, said. "1 tare an'a pagee. They might say Take the
25 for entire after-
as. hanging In my, old silk stockings of yqur Aunt late cents

.received at various and. crochet a proper flnUh. fastening

every religious with the pearl buttons taken from your
,, Of coune lUke grandfather's white moire rest' bat k
: I Mid' considered I'm sure It would take more Intellect noon when parties furnish

i time,and not a part than I can command to put them together
.*r property and evolve a pair of '
Uttta Ctrl cheerfully long white gloves." F
their skates. .
,\! lessons that she .Mrs. Blake suddenly sparkled with own
wvet Invited to card animation.

h sad(every hostess "Why, Esther Blake speaking of miracles ,
ubttu1 as to whether ,I've had a pair of white gloves .1'
I 1. to extend inch In. the kind you want lying In the bottom .
of my trunk for five years. They may
: 'parties .and rice be a little yellow, but we can have
failed to be partiesaerrfor them cleaned. and then' plenty of

, ts .If there time___ _for__ the__ odor_ __ of n gasoline to__ wear ENO ADMISSION
I theological student I Ilib. off them"
I
iris sure to have She dldn'.t tell the girl the history of FEB.k

b er,1 As a schoolgirl: those gloves.Five .
ftuty\ fiances at the years before when the rector

wort their hair lone was 'having more financial difficulties I
was some than It seemed right for one man to
In the JoUy'way they have he had read the marriage service
hid wished that her for one of the wealthiest young men lathe >
understand that she town. It was a quiet home wedding

ally the girlish fri- ,, and the bridegroom had laughingly Porter & Dexter
Iii"I" phllo&ene with a oot- presented him with the bride's
they never did under- gloves as a souvenir.
continued to discuss The rector always had been b the ,

last Sunday' sermon habit of giving all wedding fees to his
for' decorating the wife for her own personal use.

., ;, When be upon his return home gave
been one glorl- her the glove she had tossed them Into Proprietors.AS:71fC.T..T.T .. .
om-abl! had spent her trunk, wondering In the depth
boarding school had of her heart what earthly use the I .
as hilariously as any bridegroom thought those gloves woulddo I
had eaten welsh rare- her financially distressed husband.She .

midnight behind cov- now found them In the very bottom .
chinked doors, with of her trunk and toa ed them Into -
shown by the girls Esther's lap. !'I. -' ; -r: :.. ,: /", \. / \/t:In" "..."

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or doctors for fa- "After all these years my dear maybe I 4 L '._ "

they will be of serviceThey belonged now nine kinds. It's the same with LOW UOl'M) TRIP RATES etc., will be furnished promptly on
all the had become ac- to one bride. Perhaps they will rice In Burma. The best rice comes \loa. application to
vivacious Elise Bour- talisman to bring happiness to from there" and there are UC kinds of /
a
prove has IXUISVILLK & NASHVILLE U. R. G. E. HERRING,
French which the Burmese rice
was and a girl who Is just engaged"Esther It. grower
life worth: llv- unwrapped one glove> 'from difficulty In differentiating."-New I Tbe Louisville & Nashville Kail- Fla. Pass. Agent L. & N. R. R.,

a Jolly place to live the other and commenced smoothing York Tress. road will sell round-trip tickets from No. 118'W. Bay St.,

them out. They were long and soft Jacksonville to points shown on dates JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Idea that like seeks Tiger gad U... __
of the finest suede.
: Indicated* Proportionately low rates
"One In order to test the courage
girls.(a different had J time
She one of them on to )LxrTTU.Ul'I'E TRIPS
Clipped from other
and lion." said points:
frlelll h1p., them of a Bengal tiger a
straighten the angers then turned -ATEXTREMELY -
who practiced la astonishment"Mamma : a well known showman "we placed .E.20-Hull**, Teas aDd return.
neighboring the school, Blake, she exclaimed tiff Chinese crackers In the respective Tickets sold October (th and LOW RATES
visits "alaDd art'tbe tu...... As soon as -" 1.Southern \-
7 .to hIs sister he face crimson with excitement "thereis 7th. Final return limit 21
the fuses begin to burn they attracted
little Esther Blake of money folded In I days from date of sale.
a piece paper I
tbe attention of both animal, but In
ng At the'close of blessed of this bless edglover ,
finger
her (o, and. finding that every widely different manner. The lion lrj.M*--HuffaKs N. Y.. and n-turii. RailwayntO)1

haTlng'exactl1 the same drew Intj a corner and watihed the Tickets sold October 10th.
Mrs. Blake turned pale and picked!
,he lad taken the long the mate that had fallen unheededto proceedings with a distrustful and uneasy 11th and 12th. Final return JACKSONVILLE

the little South Caro- up the floor. ,1 eye. The tiger, on the contrary, I, limit leaving Buffalo October 'IO.33--\tLmta.- -Ga., and Return.
advanced to the fuse with
a
burning
U state ,the case to the "Call your father dearie she said ;, firm step and unflinching gate On 19th 1101. I I'ID.OOX.w I Tickets on sale Sept. 29. 30;
ten .. ..
__ in an awed whisper "There's a Otkans. La., and
had. rescuing in* mcger ne f'CID to roil r limit October 7; extension to
upon the annote dallar note in each of the*e tnf'n.1 I
writ- badly we've needed money at times. : It over the 8)Of with his paw. and :. turn. Tickets on sale October I October 22.
as when It exploded Uaeath his nose he lth to 15th Inclusive.
and Invited tbe I've had a hundred dollars lying In my : $20.70--Richmond, Va., and Return.
s visit that she might five did not flinch but continued his examination Final return limit October 30, Tickets on sale October 1;
trunk for years.
with-her future r lathe When Dr. Blake came be sat down until perfectly' satisfied. The 1W. By depositing ticket I limit October 8.
lion betrayed great fear when he beard
In on the edge of the bed. and the three 'the report of the explosion and for with Special Agent, New Or- $11.70-San Francisco and Los An-
library by the stared at the long white leans and paying fee of SOc
ng the rain that had helplessly quite a time could not be coaxed out of gf lea. One Way (second class)
Iourtn; ill the forenoon gloves. IU den.-London Tlt-Blta. an extension of return limit Tickets on sale daily, Sept 15
and thank
ahead la anilous TH go this very afternoon can be secured until November to October 31.$37.00WashlngtoD.
planbilities said looking slightly
Mr Carter he ,
of the case, dazed. "Perhaps he will overlook the A. PolHU r.t.lee.BragleyIlertguraot 30, 1908. D. C., and Return ;
't see how 1 can go, thanks being several years delayed waiters would ,n.M-Menij his! Trnn.. and return. -Tickets on sale daily to

tatd IInaUy, "It is ima when I tell him my little girl U gains make strong candidates It they were In Tickets sold October 15th, September 30; limit October :;
b Don't think
fiord It politics. you sot Wig-
> now to wear these gloves at her own wed 16th 17th and ISth, Final 31.$18.03Chicago.
xppe her way I don't see how, Bragley -
melitae
pen return limit October 30th. By 111. and Return-
tksiand ana tried dID:. yaven't you noticed that they carry ,
? Date aid Rlee Esptru.There everything Wfore them depositing ticket with Special Tickets on sale daily to Sep- II

raRway fare at half are date experts In tbe Sa Agent. Memphis, and payingfee tember 30; limit October 31.

helps hara." said a sailor, "men that can dis- Proof re.lthe.Impertlnt of 50 cents, an extensionof $51.10-Saratoga, N. Y.. and Return
could alter tn; u3 W gray tinguish varieties of the date as easily Neighbor-Do you think return limit can be secured via New York, allowing ten
h hod y1hinl enauah and accurately as you or I can distinguish Mr. Smith is in love with your sister until November 30. 1906. days' stop over Washington,
Alice! Chlldren-Oh. Us children
Tacj sou bare the various vegetables. As 1 no $16.05-Chicago, Illinois and return. Baltimore Philadelphia or
last age allowed to go In the parlor when 1
nescemeat dress.Eee.to went from Biskra to Touggourt sale
f Tickets on sale daily to Sep- New York. Tickets on
Mien, lot about dates. I'd be Is < you winter 1 learned a tember 30th. Final return dally to September 30; limit
there
that
thought the same as you
rer and a.rI..L limit October 31, 190. October 31. .
q sat on a stool was only one kind. I found there were
<. oee. seventy-nine kinds. And the Arab you think that for $38.4V Hot Springs Ark., and reMany other attractive rates.

ntln: hs people t3 expert the date merchant could tell such a wealthy chap Duns takes his turn. Tickets sold dally. For further1 Information apply to

-d f hl ta be proud those seventy-nine kinds apart with pleasures seriously? Cleverton He has Final return limit 99 days J. K.,,-McCALL.

?'- b'eratsnci,. \dont pu ease. All theorld'. dates come from U. They are all be has to worry from date of sale. City Passenger and Ticket Agent. j

the Sahara. They grow In the oases. aboutIn Daily to September 30th, round JAMES FREEMAN,
.: 0hee on the back need Just a little water
1 .*"* The date palms trip summer tourist tickets will be District Passenger Agent
> nitty. along with the hottest kind of a answering advertisements, please I St., Jacksonville, Fla.
\f.
\ ; I WL.erstand The variety of on sale to various resorts. Full in- 108 West Bay 6
J per- hot sun-a desert sun.
__ -chedules. time tables lbQJe13..
"".member- that Ihcktoted th date Is araaxlnz. I know myself mention the Democrat formation ,



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tOAKDAlllfpEMOCR4ffiEXCEPT wn with the audience as good sense Ues we were roiling over.; 'We' had*
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ij SUNDAY. As the public schools open in.;this there was no subsidizing about it b e1 Y

Ji r-.SHERWOOD. Edtf6r:'aOIgr: the'pallia lChoots'ope1l" In'this I that bit of paper carried Its special L < w kt4Pi, okay.

nnt" .a411" aid all dot us: "ttttle Saver ekprttilege so dear ia

Td im OIK PDSLISHI8G"CON Alt .[teachers, pupils;parents an(uzens the\TaI&;heart of mho and we were M ineralSprlflgslltCINOTAAIDCOLDBATHS:

generally, want U,, much light u possible proud and clad...to dire it. Wet glte...
UNSURPASSED ,GC< TAt.6-
on the deep and soleinA.problem ng up/manfully like a good citizen a* '
i .. WATER.IN EVERY ROOAI. BOWUNG ALLEYS.; tiit.i,11 f
Entered at the.;post-om1e. Live .. of'What is she proper'disciplineforrefractorj. the"law rewires, but we don't feel PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUSPPSQ TA8UML 1 -
Oa1 t. Florida as cond.'Class ;Mail : school children,jiere hilarious, .It, for we have some

Matter. November T. 1905. is a pointer taken from an exchange a very pleasing memories of luxurious RATES REASONABLE'7t' 1- -

which may help to settle the question Interstate'travel paid for In good old,' ,
SHE DEMOCRAT will be
DAILY
:. advertising which the same we
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United l ; cn1 PflRK flOTELDOWLINOPfflUlf
,mailed toVnf'part blithe : "An, applicant for the 'post of 0 al iUD. I" ADDRESS :
States postageprepaid; for J5.00 ; -
!. teacher, in a country school. was Basked 1
per year; $%.50 'for?'.atx months; "What is- I '
: your position with re-
$1.25 for three months or to the of Undoubtedly the land ; fall of Live Oak
gard whipping children!
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50 cents for five week 1n advance. She replied: '"My usual position is r nervous and'disorders and crime a1t'"kJnds'and mishaps M'f'g.i
the sensations of not
to part of city
Delivered
any
on a chair, with the child held firmly I
week. conducive to peace of mind and thtt
by carrier for 10 cents per
across my knees face downward!" :Manufacturers of
calm content of the placid life and

<3' --. ., -. -, *. -_ many hold the, papers ,responsible
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES: Hon: Leslie M. Shaw, Mr. Roose- for, this state of 'affairs because they Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electrfc]

velt's Secretary of the Treasury who'a faithful of the world's
for. Member of Congress 2nd ConaresstonalDistrict registers
{' : recently swept like.a Republican me- { news from day to day. But these Powerand Turpentine
FRANK CLARK of Columbia. ,
tei or- through the Democratic dark, .
good people are mistaken. The neWS;;
"J For Justice of the Supreme Court ness of North 'Carolina went from Electric in of the
paper is the saucing clause In the Lights, any part city f ftor
t CHAS B. P.utKHIU.. of Eseambia.J
to :
there Missouri where being ,
up
nightmare of modern life and without
JAMES B.WHITFIELD. of Leon. Business Houses at a very reasonable rate.
J questioned ,as,-to the-. prospect- 'ofin.-_ it the thin partition that divides
i 'For Railroad Commissioner: doting Mr.| Roosevelt to be the Republican us from wholesale insanity would day and night current-for manufacturing pop ,
NEWTON A. BUTCH of Levy. -
-,.-t B. HUDSQN BURR of Dade nominee for President next be broken down. Sir James Crich-- Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City order la* \
'f time delivered himself as follows, ton Brown, a great English authority
I'Far Member-' Wi House R. DORMANT of Representatives: ? which 'should be, accepted by the on'mental and nervous diseases, has lion. and all orders promptly filled.

.- 'W.H.McCLELLANrS' reader with"''the. understanding that,' this to say.en the subject J. : -
For Tax--Assessor- Mr. Shaw is himself a candidate for "I say deliberately- that the news- Miss Nina Maddox; of MHUgan. Captain 1M..

A. D. HEMMING. that Job: paper, with .all its, faults IS one 'of Fla.. was in the city yesterday and and t Aire t"t..
For i Tax Collector* "It will be in vain" was Mr. the bulwarks of sanity at the present- registered at the Ethel., ItWusaadeucloag I tfj '

:.oJ, J.N. MEEKS i Shaw's emphatic response." Knowing epoch. It 'is' the antidote" to cpr I tMi _
the President as Intimately as Ido roding egotism and gives a worldwide B. B. McCall. of Madison was t thoroeslif
For County Treasurer: I know that he would not become horizon to" 'the "pur-blind and shaking hands with'his many'friends
4' a B. LORD. '
; : \' a candidate under any circum short, sighted. 11'Is- real and earnest in Live Oak yesterday afternoon. We eht n

For Member of School Board: stances. He has said, time and again: in its tragedy-and comedy while to tke e.

,'- *M.. k A.. CARVER ADAMS. that he would not accept the nomination a novel is only make-believe. It 'W. E. Batten, prominent citizen Moadsy ; w

1 f J [ _, J5.fl.WlSE. and he Js'; a. man .who re supplies ,snacks of biography In the and business man' of Gainesville, was dart

J For i Member'Board County Coramissen' : spects'his' word to< the members' of form.'of'gossip. ; It manufactures: ce- a visitor to Live Oak yesterday: ,. of tbQM Lt ,

1 M. L BURNETT. his cabinet. He' has said in' substance roes by'the dozen and it furnishes an 1y o,4 ,

J. C. DAVIS. 'Boys rmut. 'of its, the fieldis easily digestible intellectual pabulum. Al\'TED-To rent 6 room house j Of IB4arraftftCMNii

J. H. GRANT. open go< -In'. and a in. -if you can." .. Many a ,,man has been ta,ed frommelancholy' In desirable location. Address X-Y-Z ,j *** i
W. A. TISON.
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care Democrat.s 21 Prn
<- and fatuity by his'dallypaper.
: J. J.DEMPSEY.In .
i Up at Albany, Ga., the labor Suppress your newspaperS r J elect tertottttt.
:' the problem recently reached such an and* you will have to enlarge your Edward Moore, of Alton, was in -
contemplating extraordinarycrop" .
acute stage that something besidestaiking lunatic asylums." he city'for. a few hours yesterday by ails P>iMiii tof -
diversities; actual and possible --- . .. .. ,
about It had to Tbe done. The --- ".,. attending to..b, slness. KlatAete
J? Florida, it is interesting to learn
that thebioneylcfop of Franklin. coun.. negroes of both eexe bad found other No sadder story has eves come nut and I
than working to mak J: ,B.. Hopson assistant, the veil ffem _
'\lamo'nti.to 325 barrels this season, ways e a of ,a convict camp in 'Florida: ttiap managerof
worth about 110.0 00. living, and not'only'in* the fields'and that which' tells us of- lte recent the Ethel Hotel is on the sick list eathadaai a

J 5 mills, ,-but-in1 the,-domes and, kitchens. 8uicide'of!.. Henry ?arlshf a }oung: We hope he will be' up and about with t!* $ '
the darkies In a day or so. oar itsdttarteo
f were conspicuous b y white convict serving a three monthssentence
An esteemed
contemporary sayspatlfii .their" -absence.- ---" And- then the people .jor[ ,petlt_ larceny _He was eti!
community is "how"'enloylng"a -- '- .._ ; '
of, Albany got together and mappedout working in the woods and T. I. Mclntoch.. one of the.. solid beat la tie te*&
waive of prosperity. Get in the overcome
a plan of campaign which is told with the sense of his disgrace, begged citizens and business,men ,of Lura-
'procession, brother and reform
your In the following dispatch: the guard to kill him._and this vile was in \the city this morning. Last kiatt Use
selling, and then you"won't have to : .
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"Arrangements been madefor" Mr McIntosh gives *s very hopeful lire a
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refused capes "me
." a1ve**, prosperity- which being he. endeavored.to ,eS-
your
would more. service to if bringing to Albany this fall, a capewith. the 'evident hope \ f getting report of 'the, Luraville section and destroytdHumph twY Ii ...
you held bepf on to it 'you number of German families and the "shot; in the effort In ,this he says the people down there are allhard i wt b try

V 1 4.. t! result of the experiment will be failed also and, when he returned, at work and happy. Luraville on the old J ...,

::7) watched with Interest. Places have to the stockade with the other' con- and the surrounding country, form I l lone I. aupp0ee4 tlbl .... :J
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This seems to have been the boss already been provided for the of the most
newcomers victs he adopted the unique plan of prosperous portionsof quit workof
; 'snake; season in Florida if we may ,, all of whom will be fresh hitting his head on a log with such the best county la Florida; the' them a4atei *

F' judge by the numerous snake stories immigrants. The women will acceptdomestics. force that concussion of the brain farmers there rarely know anything overall poektUittiH
getting into the papers. That,sucha places and for the about what hard times
places resulted and he died from the effects. mean. been throwa don eit
large number of the reptiles are men will be found o. truck farms t
or The Lakeland News thinks that this t body stepped n dit
crawling around, apparently out of in local industrial plants. It is believed There are several old .
may be a "fish story" sent out to account buildings in I lighted them. Hot' ]
a job may possibly be due to the that the first batch of Immigrants for the sudden death and suggests Live Oak that should be condemned (, i Humphreys west tatla*
fact that so many Florida counties will be quickly followed bj by the street v
committee
that the case be Investigated. and torn i ;morning ht foal *
have gone "dry" this year. others." The suggestion is not bad but If the down. They are eye-sores that i through the floor id- E

story is true, the poor young fel- should not be allowed to stand any i ]remains of I pair et (..
Staid and steady old England now The tourist season is approachingand low would have been a much better longer. Two of these buildings are' ground undertettl 1)

seeking (very foolishly) to adopt the Live Oak is still without that subject for the clemency of the those on Howard street just west of'' i out of its own accord n

t strenuous life of this country is al fine new modern hotel with which we Board of Pardons than some others the Chinese laundry and another, is ;row escape toll tei t

so taking on some of our bad habitsas hoped to tempt the wealthy winter \e have heard of. He may have the old half burned plumbing shop 'the overalls wen ui* i

a necessary consepuence. She is visitors to Florida to include our city been guilty but he had the kind of between the Magnolia and the Brown 'Ito It. '

beginning to have high-class railroad in their itinerary. We've got the climate conscience and sensitive soul not often House. These buildings are all in

disasters and has just followed and the society and incidental found under convict stripes,- tne fire limits hence cannot be repaired GOY. Napofeoft lit

up the recent Salisbury holocaust Inducements all right, but'such people the kind that might easily have redeemed and are worthless to the owners through U., Oak P..
with a second one. The Scotch express will not abide with us, nor even him and made him a good and they can be of no possible i''to TallahaMe ft.e

was wrecked and burned over make a trial trip unless we can give citizen had he lived to serve out his use for anything but kindling wood where h, bMB." *

I ihere Monday and ten people kllled.I them the luxurious accommodationsonly term. The hardened reprobates beyond and standing they are a menace to I doing wine eat'

found in the thoroughly up- reclamation never break jail ,adjoining property because they may est of the iwf1amendmeat '
I As a delicate nattering to Mr. Bryan to-date hotel. And the indicationsare by committing suicide as Victo: catch on fire any time. It would : H* V* 'ef

i the guest of Atlanta yesterday, that it is going to be a greattourist I Hugo puts It. I greatly improve those sections oLive people Uriftf la 4* '

the Constitution of that city yesterday season. The Miami Metropolis ] Oak to remove them and our very mack la few t

morning printed his picture giving right at tourist headquarters,I ii city officials should take the matterin amendment at* ** .
A Pleasant
I him a full head of hair. The keep posted on this question and has Occasion. i hand at once. pay the $.. ee**. *" '

great man doubtless appreciates the the following to say on the subject: On Wednesday afternoon the Ladies I the land r.*i.**

motive, but it didn't blind him to the "As evidence of the magnitude ofthe Mission and Aid Society of the The home of Capt. W. J. Hillman says the 8i..( a**"* *?j 1
fact that he is now member of the Second Advent Church was pleasantly Ohio i *
a next tourist season in Floridathe on avenue was last night the comes wMiIt turn 1
bald-head brigade. Our peerlessleader statement is reliably made t ly entertained at the residence o i scene of a delightful surprise party H j I!i hope to f rU' .r 1
is also the hairless one to of Mrs. S. P. Powell. Quite a larg given in
as one Miami's leading hostelries. honor of Pearl and Ethel i; then drat d' !-
the top of his noble dome of thought. which opens November 15, has more crowd was present and after spendin Wilder, nieces of Capt., and Mrs. Hill He auvrt tM\ .*

than three hundred guests already about an hour in social conversation, man. The young folks constituting Evergiadt sty ".

What a debt of gratitude these booked for that date. Other hotelsare : discussing the work in which they; the party were: Lizzie Lawler, Bessie those who o.' *-.

great orators and statesmen touringthe proportionately filled with bookIngs are engaged, the President Mrs. Bardin Lucy Hopson Jennie and a penny as-l tu
land on their mission of instruction Wiggins called on the Pastor Eld Lottie
and all of the boarding housesare Blackburn, Sallie Phebe Sher will De w .
and enlightenment for the masse flooded with letters seeking early H. V. Skipper to officiate the devotional wood, Loesselle Brown, Collie and they sr. asz....,.
owe to the daily service, to hwich he cheer Evelin
papers They accommodations. The number of Conner, and Kelin and Al the other b.I; 1
blaze as great electric centers throwIng such letters are said to be fully 50 fully responded. After this Mrs bert Fitch. Prof. L. B. Edwards and be Dene! their lights across the continent per cent greater than ever before." Powell, the big hearted hostess, assisted
for the illumination of millions every by :Miss Beatrice her charmIng I

day because of those same papers The editor of the Quitman, (Ga.) little daughter and Miss Lizzi E. A. &
sending their spoken words throughout Advertiser says that he doesn't grieve Burns, served the happy guests with CRAWFORD :

the length and breadth of the nation over parting with his railroad pass light refreshments in several courses

but without them they would be under the new rate law "as it has which were highly enjoyed by all BROKERS

as rush lights by comparison whose cost us more than any other luxury present. I

rays would'reach, only the few hundreds or necessity that we have enjoys" GJ .
who could crowd up within It never affected us that way. It WELL WORTH Tit2[\C. COTTON STOCKS AND

hearing of the orator's voice. And gave us a pleasant sense of part ownership W. H. Brown, the popular, pension

how much more careful and thoughtful in the road that was almost attorney' of Pittsfield Vt. says:

those same orators are in what as good as the real thing and when "Next to a pension the best thing to We have at present an investment W1

they say when they know that their we saw the other fellows producing get is Dr. King's New Life Pills." He yield from 10 to 30 cent per IB'IIII':_
words in cold type will be read a few the tickets for which they had paid writes: "they keep my family in per _
&
r hours later without the charm. of spot cash, we wouldn't have been splendid health." Quick cure for capital invested, with practically

:x voice and eye and \manner and the mortal it we had been proof agaInstthe Headache, Constipation and Bilious See us about it.

tricks of oratory to disarm the critical ; -[ bland consciousness of our e ii- ness. %5c. Guaranteed at Barclay J'

faculty and make any sort of I tonal dignity ait prerogatives con.1 I& Groover's drug store. Correspondents: V. P. Randolp & Co. Cap.itJJ'




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on ,display In Miss M. VI Edwards' Suwannee Springs Is-a'
very popu-
wind L-Do .'1 ta.tUQ.1;/S cw, t ez la ...resort for picnic parties, andjgery -
,,,--'' :have jjust-arrived and ale beautifuL day
so-a. party goes out thereto
1 __ 'oSomaYoiij4 I :9'e w' .'s1 ,:" : !: : >
K -' ,:" if .""'; pe'nld ihe'daY- A party,tnat went
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b_ ," J..tr........: -'I." u .s' .Pal cclaity'*__ of Red(Biu cr'iiftDd Ca *= J, 'White;;:T..J*..Phllfps,.C..Hum' ,. .,
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pf Nothing phreys;-S. and'Herbert
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4 'J:..I. ,JP ,Jjl '. like'"'It:.;" t. : )' Phillips and Messrs.. Herbert and : .
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I' Ben Phillips. The 'day was'delight .
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fiB: olf. of-the-Pirkwu- : 'We ire making'. 10,0,- o'to. '2Q,000shingles fully spent Goods, Stylish and 'Tasty! :

wiiii fetr hours today: \ lplr day Can fill large or /)' }
_' small orders promptly See'our prim iLOSTA &road mileage book

iSrtitt went out, to SuwancfthePinemountsee- ces. LiTeat'Mfg.. Co. containing abou 900 miles issued to 1
THE BON-TON
.,"Jeiterda7 'aftoraooa: t J. W. 'Edmons n. Finder please
'. r Suwannee Bakery h opened In return to Democrat'office. -f
fem the a: *?. McDanIel re, oppositethe l I?
: : f will,as never bef oretry to show.up
.Lk city'this morns g.. :court house: fakes and The wise man or woman is the one ,
i P bread dally.-Suwanne ''Bakery. who relieves little ills of this sort bya I the Prevailing Fashions % Season .

niietl'of school boo L$ at little dose of Kodol For Dypsepsia. therefore the Ladies invited f
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19-3t Miss Louise, Creeqh who has been It digests what you eat and puts your .
k. visiting'friends and ,relatives in Jacksonville stomach back Into shape. Sold by to call. Too early to list goods, ) .

.'Chips and Colds,take and Live Oak for several City Pharmacy. .
: b look for future k
,e notices
Taal. months past, ,returned last week.- I /1 : : : .
Madison New Enterprise. Greatest varietry of school lunch

wins to \\M. V.. Ed- baskets at Wolfe's. f 19-lt 71, School Bags for the Children! k

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at 1 dsn"10 t.ents'r 'yard. Remember when yoi buy one dollars -
worth of schoo/ books or any Miss Hattie Sanford of Ferry slater /I = '

0your school boofc bill by thing else of.the Flor/da Book SupplyCo. of Col. S. S. Sanford was in the '

atebousd books at AVolfe's ., you get a,thane to win two city last night and left this morning. IMrs.

.- -: $25.00 prizes.I. I for Perry. C. W. Bache \

klnds_ school stationery f
'ta..... 119-3t J. Sanford, of the Pine mount Learn Stenography and TypewritIng .

,'3 -: shaking section, hands a prosperous with his farmer, was it pays better than a clerkship, ", ",. ''''' '''''''''/F:
g. LI.ia has returned from a many' Live teaching or day labor. Ou $30 offer -
,meat visit to Tampa. Oak friends this morning. I lasts only this week. Ii you begin
now you will graduate 4nd have

t J.L.White;of Mayo,.was in I' Revival' services begins at the Second a position by the New Year.

j today". .registered at the Advent Church next Sunday. Southern Business College and Shorthand '
Eld J. P. King, of Wilmington N., School. Butler Brothers'

C., a noted revivalist, will preach.

.41 B4c Bup 11 'Co., schoolLl.Browa Good for the cough, removes the .
4 prim e 't.be beat R. 0. Leggett.of Wellborn, was in cold, the cause of the cough. That's
the city this morning for a few hours the work of Kennedy's Laxative

: ; of Rocky Sink, was shaking hands with his many friends, Honey and Tar-the original laxa-
ijiiiTWton to Live Oak this and he has a host of them in Live tive cough syrup. Contains .no opi Fall Goods Winter floods

Oak.. ,' ates., Sold by City Pharmacy.A .
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ft Henry- left-yesterday for a Red Band Brand I Chocolate bonBons shed at they old Bob Dowling Arriving

4 trip to'South:Florida,to be at,Surrency & Bowers' one-hal mill site in the West,End.caught on daily
pound for 15 cents fire this morning at about ,9:30
; Select and tine
lrreraldayL, Complete, : :
o'clock ,and the fire company was .1 j .._
i Wriaiaanager- ot the'UT@ Lester Scarborough, proprietor of': called out." The.fire boys responded t t ., 1 .:

DK Co.'is'Daving' a wrestle the Live Oak' Steam Laundry went promptly and extinguished blaze Elegant' line Men's shifts- '''J. .. .
down to O'Brien today to 'see his before any damage. resulted.
$ $t$ of fever,
parents.R. .
t Misses Vergie and Nettie Hinson .
1 UU1e'Early Risers: Pleas* .
J. Mays, of Monticello, mostly two attractive young ladies of Lake
h pms that do not gripe or !
Bold by City Pharmacy known as "Dick" Mays, "a popular City who have been here for a coupleof !Men's Bats Men's Shoes

e "knight, of the grip", is In the city weeks, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. .

lItIerII,Hawkins, ,returned yeater calling 'on his numerous customersand ., Cobia, left yesterday afternoonfor '.I '
ilieraooa from a short busbiyto'West shaking: hands with his many home. They were accompaniedby
friends. Mrs. Cobia, and little daughter, .
Florida
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,r' < who will spend,several days with

Book Miss Gracie Berry, an attractive th .m. .
{Mfc Supply do.,.has a. full BUTLER BROTHERS
It tf 4aal books an school sub young lady of Madison was in'th'City '
\ for a few hours yesterday after- The ;.Western Union Telegraph Co.,
noon. is, w0>:understand, making arrange- I //I

1IX ments to move their office into the MEN'S;
Hemming has returnedMlbon
H. Brown one of those solid and rooms in the rear of the First! Nat- OUTFITTERS .
* where she went a few,
9 substantial farmers that form the ional Bank, now occupied by the law'firm
* If'OQ a visit to friends. .
country's "mud sill," of Lancaster, of Hardee & Butler. This will .

i Wt, Ik. it the City Res arrant' was In Live Oak this morning "cross- be much more convenient to the public Live Oak "' Florida

.. r- easy) *bite restaurant/in the Ing palms" with his numerous as the office is now upstairs over
t friends. the Suwannee Drug Store and not so ,

to [ _. accessible as the new office will be.

. to tatins, of pjaemount one of i Every member of the Advent
} I'WtHaful farmers of this county,; Church Is requested to be present Miss Nannie Crozier, wno has been XSZSSSZSXMZ :A.: f
s III lUT. oi this morning. next Sunday at the church, and also spending her vacation at her homein
f I I to bring some friend with them to Cedar Springs. Georgia, returnedto Waterman Fountain Pens

lit IQlt to hear Elder J. P. King 'attend the revival services to beginon Live Oak this morning. Miss
& 1e4u at the Advent Church. that day. Don't fail to come. Nannie was one of the most popular Gillette Razors and Blades

\ 'St--ethID; good to tell you. teachers in the Suwannee High sIuyler's
.I II I School boots! Who wants school School last year, and it is a sourceof Kodaks, Brownie Cameras

k J. H. Rlckerson returned books? Who bas school books? The pleasure and gratification to all
a '"fciiy afternoon from an official Florida' Book I Supply Co., always a the people to know that she will be Candies
,h here for another term. 1
f the western part of the State. full line l
A Victor Talking Machine
if It 1.Barnett ot the firm of M. L. Mrs. Ebb Harris returned this Mrs. H. F. Dexter and her little

: ftt Co., went to Lake City on morning from a few days visit to daughter, Miss Five Cents, and son, >
3I ** ... visit yesterday afternoon, her parents in Madison. It is the "Tootsy", returned this morning Suwannee Cofflpj

< : concensus of opinion that from now from Asheville, N. C., where they Drug
a *, tUrf a Urge stock of fine on Capt. Ebb. will have to don his have been spending the summer.

Ifiac cards, and print them neatly good behavior and walk a chalk line They were delighted with that beauti- .
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1 fife, desired at the Democrat ful section and are much improvedby
1a fq, S. J. Brown one of the successful the outing. We are all glad to

farmers of the Rocky Sink section, have them at home again.
i WUdlnw a of the most was in the city this morning. He I Every Description of Job Work,

fI I**** traveling' men on the road, says the farmers in his section will,, J. W. Sealey, manager of the Park can be done by
: iV48 few day at home with as a rule, make good crops this year. hotel at Dowling Park, was in Live *
Jf'- fcany.Jlf5. though the wet weather will cut off Oak this morning. He says the Parkis
:: Live Oak Publishing Company.
.IiJ. the cotton crop somewhat.W. on a boom and that the hotel is

Liddon of Ocala, and I full of guests nearly all the time.
Belle LeWis R. Scott, of Jacksonville, representing -
Oe Of Jennings are Mr. Sealey is an up-to-date hotel man
a t city nests of Mr. and Mrs. the National Cash RegisterCo. and he knows just how to make
It THE
$addock., ., is in the city today and has In- things pleasant for his guests, and ORIGINALThe C"NED

.t l b11 stalled a very fine cash register in when anybody has stopped with him idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on ( .S:
paT full Vices for school the City Pharmacy. The register once they are never satisfied until the bowels,and thus assist In expelling colds from

,Then you ca\buy rebound and is a beauty and is a decided ornamentto they have the opportunity of stoppingwith the system Is new and original in Kennedy's I
,:.L rood'as ew a( very low the popular drug house on the him again.A Laxative Honey and Tar. Nearly all other cough
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florida B &k Supply Co.cltlzen. corner. cures are constipating,especially those containing
t party of young people spent a Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and '
3'fost> ; a leading of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Williams and very delightful day yesterday at Su- Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates. .

...yes1s spent children, left this morning for a few wannee Springs picnicing. They
LAXATIVEA
tlty days stay in Jacksonville. From left Live Oak early in the morningand

-- there they will go to South Florida did not return until late in the C3rtaih, safe and harmless remedy for

G"Jtegister, who has been where they will spend several weeks, afternoon putting in a full day of all Coughs, Colds. Croup Whoopng! Cough.
i"I friends In Live Oak for a few on a pleasure trip visiting Tampa! pleasure and enjoyment. Mrs. Dan- La Grippe. Bronchitis Influenza and all Lung HONEY

,retuned, to her home at St. Petersburg and other points. We< iel Hair chaperoned the party which and Bronchial affections. Mothers praise the
ii .thta morning. hope their trip will prove an except- consisted of Misses Daisy McClenny children's favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey

ionally pleasant one. Hallie Mardree. Emma Entenza, and Tar
.. t 1, Rrncerl; tro Surwncy Ethel Dowling., Vergie Register Isla tAR
COUGH SYRUP
t ,l get a c &nee at the Red Band Brand Bon Bons are Brown and Daisy Sanburg. Messrs.
-..h- haa4 Iat china. You just as fine as/any bon bons to be Yandell Brown, Worth Dexter Char-
I Prepared at the Laboratory of X. C. XUW1TT A CO.. CHICAGO, V. S. A.
'htQ 0I1e. had anywher ( and they are much lie Baisden, G. G. Mays, Jack Taylor amT BOTTIS.
IfrTD UD ClOYM BLOSSOM ASO THS B03ST ass IS 03
cheaper at syVrency. & Powers, Try Willie Dowling and John and Edith
1 Dhld Sold by City Pharmacy.
silks in all colors them. / Hildreth.
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r r-: i L.eril.t 4'd.. .; rJ pause baa fire rooms, four of which Hundred- and Sixty Shares of the par B. w W. Helve ton.'4 .i Lee-- Humphreys I Ita La .

I.f, ,ne Zorwutrilu' tai ac'Fnoixl eso I te"1'el'llu" and ,two of which a aj value of One.Hundred ($144.04)do1- Fr 3EL_> Thomasan.rt,ja .aller* i if J*.' Bmop, ttins. kaV 1:

4asd.e ihurJUa'idi? .-Lord WI painted'onthe inside; ':also a' ddubl =j lars each.Ten per cent,of'said.capital c. -!" 1_,,j!rOfP t. tTlid-4 aa rw.T 1'a$>V Bsta.den' to t>.,.tmdsr Wottk.Il the l

j:', dui" as the supreme. god with six .stacked chimney and flue in the kitch- stock shall ,be paid Lfpr in gash. .or, to me I all, well: ''.kno &t.*and*kaown> tor .*i tiliDull Q set a tilt

ar ianaeliA es3 a .fipeaL":: '&nr.' elf::"'-i 1' oathonse"an3 .:cistern ale, collaterals.equivalent.to cash .before in-send- to be the Dersdas d-escribe4i- ..SecUaa, ..14.- t

: ef angels Yazata about hlmr 'who subscribed to and executedg ldolemt at .
eoznpaay
oil, this lotf,the cistern could easily the. corporation shall transact any
j, u1 and guid4 the iworidv& The! Jn-r bad fa tM haai&u '
e ; to''good. inoujd i .foregoing articles jfor proposed .. W1C
; fern Boat of'fiends and pst condition business, and the balance of said caPital 4 aM escosy
& irchnendi'a ..: :
1- wh| war against heaven y one prefer cistern water. -A fire stock. shall be paid. In at such I Charterjtor "Tlie live, pik" Brlc'k'ifcSupply beading,

; destroy the future life of man is led by j Insurance policy of $270 goes with] time i and in such manner as the Company: ," and Vho 'seveValijracknowledge the:eompentsssti oahto

Malnyu, the evil spirit' }fi dlV the sale of #heplacfc. |lre.policy exHttillini Boardof Directors may require,;An4 Before me that they ei: of way benefttl to bs tge..
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: t cussing with these Zoroastrians .the lre 'UOI., Tlie 6 twe n certll1 ates ,of stock? shall, be issued ecuted the same for the use and parposes wn.1Iehe Section f b.

i subject of the origin of evil I found Dexter's fence on the N. and Evans'onvthe to the respectvest6ck holders upon I I thereinexpressee!. "-"

"1< 1 that they look uppn.t' .f nprerae within belngAhftra .. ;S.,belongs- tp.'the- plot of land. the payment of tel per cent. of the In- wltpess'w'her. (, (have hereun" of reason;the of Protee4l"such dreZ-. r. l\
-
I himself Mazda "as comprising enaf goodalide'i d-wky-tL..., f 'E. G.EVANS. capital stock by said, stock holders to set my hand and .officia1sealLive : In them board four such drainage .
the. '' -
\ twq po '
the as represented by shares held by Oak. Suwannee County; Florida, Approved Mar Y1.a&.That
Spent.h 'fu
f holyaptdt
| -namely, Xotlce of Intention to Apply For Let- *
1! !: and Aura j'Malaya' the evil,splr4ItTjThis feral Patent. '. each stock holder so paying. The this ,17th dW of September, A. D., .i :'

t i is similar to the monotheistic form of, said certificate;.shall. be ,prescribed ,1906. ... f :

l|j vieyr held by the Parsla of India lID: Under and;by.virtue' of the laws of by the by-laws, of the cor- (Seal) .J.' F. HARRELL.. same UII er ebYam3tI4 ,u Jj -

r i, opposition to the Itatement.trequentJr the State of Florida, notice is hereby vii: sstlt
poration. .Notary P bUc. -sectioa.. 1\e i
, i made that Zoroastrianism is pure dual-' given that the undersigned have associated The Term For Which The Corpora Supreme Cool{shall,.:IIiQ
commission ,13th
i lint They believe also in the resurrection and do hereby associatethemselves tion Shall Exist. My expires July ha tyhrreeiThe a r,rt

of the dead,.whicti their faith has 1907. I"
I : : together for, I the purposeof ARTICLE IV.. dollan year
taught them since early times, and this becoming incorporated" r That
a body politic ArtWeVef
connected with belief Section 1. The corporation shall NOTICE'OP
doctrine is the ELECTION.
and the
same ..
,
''n thai there will 'come a"saviour or'inei- ? and, wilL ,on. the 19th, day of exist, and continue. c,for a period_ of the State tlW Pftnl w
October, A. "D., 1906apply to Hon. general elecdon'ofSectioaUArticle fI! rI( --...
Williams unless dissolved .
slab called the SaoshyanL V. Ninety-nine years sooner
XVI1,
I N. B. To the Sheriff of Suwannee County ..
Broward Governor of
the State
Jackson in Century.. ; according to,law Approved May I1Jt.till\.
,' .. i' 1 of Florida, for letters patent ,Incor- Of the State of Florida: A1taa-
i t Officers by Which The Business is to
!m-'CURG. A FELLON.. porating the "Live Oak Brick andSupply" That t falowiaaaaalr
". 1ti I Be Transacted. Bo it Known. That I. H. CLAY the cvntioa or u.e fish b'

says Sam Kendall, of PhllllPsburg.1| Company1' under the follow'ug ARTICLE V. CRAWFORD ,Secretary of State ,of tim the 29 Jqd1ciar7 otaaid lticleby 0.- -- .
r. b..
l proposed charter,.the original of -
KaiJ; Y Jui ?,(eover K pref wIth/Bu Section.'' 1. The business of the the tate.,of Florida, do ,hereby give toaad.haGbes ,
which is now on file. in the office o f of the S te at tM IfteiI sieaw
leu'Bj rnicaSalTe.andtheSalTe ldo.the corporation shall conducted by and notice that a the mt 1'I1e8daJ afw tb.ltre
the-Secretary of State, for. the State _
ber. A: D..1JOI.fJIr !
rest. Quickest' cure- for of Florida.. under the control and managementof General Eltctlon.: WIt: --- 1t3
Bur s-iol: :Sores Scalds Wounds: I Section i!.'. 2be d ..
will be held in Suwannee County, atlttti .,
Board
of five directors
i a a president
R. J. Taylor. each of the Criminal C* *}
hies. Eciema, Salt Rheum Chapped i vice president secretary, State of Florida on .Tuesday next hereafter to be.astattiM fcg. -
J. Hillman.
Sore Feet 'and W. first.Monday by.t& county where tuck wwi
pands. <- Sore Eyespnly'iSc | .* B. Uelvenston.. treasurer and a' gen-eral man succeeding the J November shall be as follows: ..p.**

at Barclay t Groover'svdrugStort. ager. Provided that the offices ., A. D.. 1906, the. said"TuesTday thousand population. a.*'ors,.
*: : 3 A. Lee Humphreys. counties of from aftM
;. Gnaranteid.: Jj 1-
: .- -
of secretary and treasurer maybe ,being ,the thousand population i"f- s
Chas. Hi: 'Dr
.< j'. ,, wl counties of from two
'- .... Sixth of November s
I Day
i F. E. Thomason. filled by one and the same person; five tbousad.pcDs e.u.s. "
: FOR CASH SALE. For One Representative of the Second and In counties of awtipopulation. .
I' and .
Walter J. Bryson. provided that the number of twenty-iv .. ?

1 : Four quarter-acre lots In one. ,will. J, C. Baisden. directors may be changed from time Congressional _District o! Florida twa repeatinaaWr.ad.Ugr in conflict hcrtwidL fa

be Bola"Ito. they .Uduii. 'bidder 1r' 2 ; F..IL Bremep.T. to time by the laws of the corporation in the 'Sixtieth Congress of the Approved. Jon I. tlJl

< provided that there shall beat United States. AmeLI
b'cloelc Tuesday September r 8. Ba sde mt
noon I. For Two Railroad Commissioners forth That the following tawo
I Proposed Charter of "The Live Oak no time less' than three directors the Constitution of tU Stats , 25, 1906, on the the following plan: .
, Brick nor more than five. e State of Florida. to the Judiciary LenvtMBi kktioiu
&: Supply Company. .0. U. C. 43,'" /5.11 tkl t
\ : #
(1). The bidders will decide what The undersigned hereby associate Sec. 2All of said directors and Two Justices ,c&_ t1e.,Supreme Courtof V. b*and the sam art 1 totfe tett
the State of Florida be inhinitte to tU ... .(+lr.
hey can give for the place and then themselves .together for the purposeof officers shall be'chosen from among general election to U WM sa lilt litter 1

1. send their bids by mall or telegram forming a corporation under the the 'stock holders of the corporationat For Two Members. .vof ,the House of' the first Monday fa Hmrta "
ratification or rejection.**** ...
lo Mr. E. G. Evans HSxlOth streetj laws of the State of Florida, under the annual meetings of the stockholders Representatives of the State of Section 40. There daI" (_

L; *. W., Washington D..cA ,A biddermay the following proposed charter: to be held in the City of Live Florida., county of KucambU.detomia whtamfcieoontyahallao Wife

!; change'bis'.bid, as of ten1 as].he. Name and Place of Bnsinesa.a. Oak Florida on the first TuesdayIn For County Assessor,of Taxes. vote eout cast of,record oa the and casHMstcom ta r*sW i

jr wishes but the last bid will be take ARTICLE I. November of each year,'each stockholder For Tax Collector. court who shall b* ap9.iaM M r'.

It F these bids will be received until 8 Section 1. The name of the corporation having as many votes as he For County Treasurer. 8 confirmed X'e&nI-twlMt by the SanaU salad vketfeli to

:f. o'clock. Monday'nighty September 24, shall ,be "The Lire OAk has shares paid for In the corporation n For Five County Commissioners. ih five county hundred,of dollars Escambv tut.till...ete. 1 ;

,
>If:!'I Betters and figures plainso-there,will Sec. 2.; "The principal place of and until their successors are ,Board ,of Public Instruction. and be the the adoption court of aft record' be.e u snste ben|

|: be no mistake as to what the person business of the corporation shall bIn e elected and qualified. The directors For Justice .of the Peace in and'for all officers of sorb crfenttfl acid**
: be officers of such court .tnand ss
It
l': means. No fictitious nor initial the City of Live Oak in Suwannee shall be T. S. Balsden of Live Oak, the following justice Districts, the duties and recetre-ttei

if ;flames will be considered. county, Florida; but the corporationIhall Florida; C. H. Brown,'-of Live Oak. Viz:, No. 3. No. ,4, No.,5' No. 6, No. t..dl Section tMlIaD*L The laid tf t Aeir eoartld)

il. i_ (2) At 12 o'clock Tuesday noon have the right to establish Florida; F. H. Bremer, of Live Oak, 7) No.8. No. 10, No. 11. No.' ,1?, aduaiv.edcinal not capital wand \IlWlariM.i-.

. l September 25, 1806; Mr. E. 0. branches at any point within the Stateof Florida; R. J.. Taylor, of Live Oak, No. 13, No. 14, No. 15, No. 16 and ahaU have ia Eacuhia.., I

.;\i :Evans will telegraph the highest bid Florida. Florida; and A. Lee Humphreys, of ,No. 17. with county the the CIrcuit sam4 Court original and jnrb&ClmlJIt>*c

s' ;der, If theN bid. 'warrants- the sale General Nature of; The Business to Live Oak Florida; and until' the next For Constable in and for the following judge CUM and of said mattea county U,the and drnkant tie mm f

n naming the amount stated in his bid. annual election and until their successors Justice Districts viz: No. 1, No. writs of injnetM ei

;'t ,+At the same time Mr. E. G. Evans Bo Transacted. are elected and qualified. T. 2, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, No. 7, proper certiorari 11113SM ,to habeas the emfe en*<

H ;;wlll telegraph the _ad_ dresa'of: the wlnjner ARTICLE II. S. Baisden of Live Oak Florida.shall No. 8, No. 10, No. 11, No. 12', No. their jurisdiction aa the dratt seed
Section,1. The general nature of judge of mid county except to IM
::1'1' and his figures to the Live Oak be president; B.'W. Helvenston, 13, No. 14, No. 15, No. 16 and thorlty to summons and npaadtaa
the business to be transacted the shall k. w *.
by Section 42. There. |
'I' Bank, Live Oak, Florida. The highest of Live Oak, Florida shall be vice- No. 17.InTestimony. court in each year. ,

;;, bidder: ,will, go Immediately and I corporation shall be to buy, sell president; A. Lee Humphreys of Live Whereof, I have here Section 43. There who shall shall fc. te k si
prosecuting attorney
mine make and manufacture
;! 'pay\ the 'amount over to the Live Oak I all Oak Florida, shall be secretary and unto set my band and affixed the the Gbvernor and confimtd k w
kinds of brick cement stone and who shall hold his office for four i.
; [Bank, Live Oak, Florida; or If the treasurer and F. H. Bremer, of Live great Seal of the State of Floridalt. shall be fixed by law.

;1 'winner be-not-In1 Live Oak; Florida limes: to buy and sell and manufacture oak- -Florida- general manager. The I .,, A ..1........"""v.,.,. .L.u.JCipllill._ /* l. U115 pensatien Sectioa. 41 All offense triads
all kinds of shall be prosecuted upon iofomMi
building material
j he will Immediately telegraph hismoney duties of the said officers and directors tie first day of September, A. D. VI be filed'by the proseentmi &M '
blinds, mantels, household furniture grand jury of the circuit mart: Ire
to the ,Live, Oak, Bank ,Live shall be prescribed by the bylawsof 1906. may indict for any offense traw"t|
'Oak, Florida. I and fixtures; to hold,' buy, sell or the corporation. (L.S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD of record. Upon the finding d w
lease and otherwise In and the circuit judge shall eommit*WOi
(3) ,As soon as the.money is paid engage Limit of Indebtedness. Secretary of State. for trial in the court of record, .w
in real estate; to buy and sell and be upon information. .
over the
r Live
Oak
Bank will telegraph ARTICLE VI. To J. II. Rickerson, Sheriff of Su Section 45. The clerk GI'la
,i Mr. E. G. ,Evans at his expense. otherwise deal in all kinds of personal wannee County. elected by the electors of Eit: IIiI
property and chattels to Section 1. The highest amountof shall hold office for four yean add
1 Mr. E. G. Evans wi Immediately ; engage n--a
telegraph lion shall be fixed by taw;
11 in a general wholesale indebtedness or liability to lea the execarift
an and retail which county shall be .tile
attorney at Live Oak Fla.. NOTICE or'rumON.. court and his duties and fees slat
1\ to make ,the' transfer. Should the mercantile business to buy and the corporation may at any time subject Section 46. The same rules *
sell all kinds of itself shall not exceed Ali aERFJS. The Legislature of 1905 under the practice which obtain in the HTOT+ *
dry goods twice the
groceries
i highest bidder show a :disposition to Constitution of 1885. of the State of }'orida. did county shall obtain in the court*?:
'delay action it supplies and notions furniture and amount of the capital stock of the pass five Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments laws relative to criminal t0/!:;
may mean that he to the Constitution of the State of
II Florida and herein-
1 :is not sincere therefore after due I IIt I hardware and to have all power necessary I corporation. the same all were the agreed members to ejected IiY a vote of threewrUf as control otherwise the provided court of record.tI....=.........,;.

and incident to a general Names and Residences of the Subscribing ? to each House: may be had from the court
course of :time, ,the Bank would be vote on said Joint Resolutions were en- suit court of another county far tit rAd p
a it telegraphed to drop the wholesale and retail business; to deal Incorporators and the and tered upon thier respective Journals with yeas and ender the laws providing
name and nays thereon, and they did determine and venue from the circuit eoort of sS_*S
i It ,then the next highest name and in stocks bonds notes, mortgagesand Number of Shares Subscribed For direct that said Joint resolution be submitted to circuit court of another cooroT''jj* J
the electors ol the
!J State at the General Election in his discretion,order *" .
all evidences of indebtedness.Sec. Uy Each. in may
azlouat'would be the November. 1906.
sent to
bank, Escambia county or of &W JT;
I Whe everything Is< 2. The corporation shall have ARTICLE VII. Now.THEREFORE. L H. CULT CRAWFORD. SecGENERAL one or more terms or parts of :;
E sets retory of State of the
I agreeably State of Florida, do herebT of record. Any civil cause
s tied all bidders will be informed of and enjoy all power, rights and priv I Section 1. The names places of give notice that a may be tried before a bldIt.flilt. '.

I ileges of corporations of this classunder residence and the amount of capital ELECTION qualification of the judge of the -*.1
their ) E.
J
: 'standing'Jon'pie; list'and., ; be may be tried by a judge ad ht *
i heartily thanked for con the laws of the State of Flori stock of the subscribing incorporators will be held in each county in Florida on Tuesday ferred to the circuit court of Fser ..
enterlngjhe! : next succeeding the first Monday in Novew h of any other county in the U I .
"test"There wiflTT no way for a da.To sue and be sued.in.'its: cor are as follows to wit: A. D., 106. the said Tuesday being the fag to the same prevision aseeedings *!

porate capacity; to contract and be F. H. Bremer Live Oak, Florida SIXTH in the circuit court W.1
.bidder DAY
Of
find Cs
, 'tol out from ,Mr.:. _E. G. NOVEMBER, Section 47. The Supreme !
"Evans"vrtiat another has bid. contracted r with; to issue certificates, 20 shares. I for the ratification or. rejection of the said Joint shall have appellate inriadictioi to tilt a-* sand

These stocks and bonds for the corporation R. J. Taylor, Live Oak Florida Resolutions proposing Amendments to the Constitution in equity originating felmy s
lots are situated. in the heart ; of the State of Florida, viz: and in cases of conviction of : '7
"
"
, of the city of Live Oak, Flo'rida.Bound to deal judgments and decrees and 45 shares.W. ARTICLE XXVIIL of shall record.have final The aopellate cireuit oaurtel ju '

t .. north by Ge.rg@ Houston's to do all those things 'not inconsistent J. Hillman, Live Oak Florida, That the following amendment to Article XVI demeanors tried in the court !.' s
*
of *
the Constitution w
of the State of of piwecutw
Florida peals or writs error
be
i place/ E} BV SnackWbrd-Si. by Dei- with its .charter and not. Inconsistent 10 shares. It is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted and of record whether to the Saynat' i'
B. W. Live the electors of the State at the general election cuit Court shall be prosecuted :::
...ter.W..b1".Hamllt01street. with the corporate laws ol Helvenston Oak Florida be held the to
on first
.
The plot Tuesday f of land is about an acre. The exact the said State of Florida. 5 shares.A. tion.November, A. D.. 1906. for nt fication Tor re jam., proceedings Court.Approved .from the Circa* Ct

measurements can be,gotten at Clerk Capital Stock.ARTICLE Lee Humphreys, Live Oak Flor- Treasurer Section 32.the The Governor the the preme June 6. 1905. _

I', ,of. Court's office, Live Oak, Florida. III. ida, 25 shares.F. sioner of Agriculture Attorney of the General State ISTSioS of FloridaTand.- ARTICLE

The location is E. Thomason Live Oak Flori- their successor in office are hereby constituted XIXIL'jf'l
That the following
admirably
suited and
for designated
Section 1. The amount of the I as a board of drainage
eorlunase
either .dwelUng da, 5 shares. en, and are hereby authorized ion- of the Constitution of the ...
or business houses. empowered I to tt .Stllf
capital stock authorized by the corporation establish a system of canals dnOnl the same is hereby agreed dr l
Practically Walter J. Bryson Live Oak Florida levees dikes milled to the eltCtorsJf the iP'1
a well-built and reservoirs of such dimension .
new house depths
and '
shall be Sixteen Thousand atifla
as in eral election in 1906 foq \
I the judgment
is situated upon one of the lots. I 10 shares. of said board flf drainage to minisSection 1. Either brancb oI''.''._
The ( 16,000) dollars, divided into On sioners is deemed advisable, to drain and reclaim mA t
Chas. H. Brown, Live Oak, Florida the swamp and overflowed lands within a n&11larM8ion thereo. e
of Florida, the State menu to this Cons oleos: : jjer
or such .
25 shares.T. deemed best by said parts board or of portion thereof u ia agreed to by three- the of all tb 1 ,

S. Baisden, Live Oak, Florida sioners from time to time and to drainage provide coatrriiaed for the to each house, iuth PIVt'JiitI rr.pcdi1f !,.
be
,1 irrigation of the lands entered upon t.ell
r i reclaimed. and to main tai n the and lad.hall be '
S shares.J. u* canals drains levee.dikes and yeas nays
reservoirs in in each eountyvrhertth : ,
such
manner as wiU be most ""
C. Balsden Live Oak Florida territory advantageous to e.,
80 the State
habitants /rained of Florida, its in- the next general election 11iP
Alt 10 shares. the commerce thereof M
Section 33. That the which election the same selectors ,
board of
drainage com- of the State. for&PP> '" .(
mwionera
R. J. are hereby
SUWANNEE BAKERY Taylor.W. to establish drainage dIStricts authorized and empowered a majority of the electors voting?j#f
and fix the bound. ih B *% '
J. Hillman. aries thereof in the State of Florida. ments at such election #
V
That P
board of drainage the menu the same shall become
B. W. Helvenston. thorized and commissioners be and it is au. tution. The proposed ame .'
empowered
\. Lee Humphreys.Chas of all the alluvial or swamp to and prepare a list or 1UU: submitted as to enable the eIedA;.N
overflowed taxable AU '
Bread Cake Pies Etc. II. Brown.F. tncts.and lands within levy thereon such drainage an district or disit- amendment the election separately at which thia id '
acreage M tax lit
ceeding ten cents not tofore adopted by the electors dII'"
E. ThomasoD. annually by said board per acre of drainage per annumn bel kS a part of the Constitution f">s

Cakes made Walter J. Bryson. I and the various tax assessors of the coouniasionera.various counties adoption Approved of the June same.6 1905. f
;
.c special to order. Cream Bread a embraced in part or in whole within
such
J. C. Baisden. I drainage district or district shall The votes east in compnaM
reeein such amendment and the canra* _'
: Ul lists
or and enter the !
Specialty.\ At the old Racket F. II. Bremer.T. 'of the county counties same upon the tax rolls returns thereof.shall be subp--.wlf'
Store in front of or in which such lands art ':
lie and the may ulationsand restrictions+ 5
S. Baisden. amount so levied by the
board
of di ain- the Stand Ti'
General Elections in

p|| (the. Court House, Clegg and Knowles, Props. STATE OF FLORIDA age may Ih S commissioners iouers> prescnbed from time in by to such the time.board manner which of drainage and form coinhand as IN TESTIMONY WHEREor.and affixe 1 the hs9.+(-' S#'

Suwannee County. be collected by the various tax collectors amount of'shall the IL.S.1 [State of this Florida.dtfToJ.HRICKFFSON tt J.'
Capital
: Before me personally came F. H. other eounbea taxes wherein are collected such levees in accordance have been made as looe.. -tA.:';
: with law. H. CI.A "
Bremer R. J. Taylor, W. J. Hillman and pay over said amounts collected to the board
OCdrainaje eomnnasjoners. said commissionera .


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LONG WALK IN OFFICE. s .: :
'
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&rqe.,.atac"as.Mayi"Cdtera'TU: !'

oM0N1 \! SA'ts'a!err rz.f..t:'l. !a I e1 r l.Aao /l 5Aiaglc : i
j zIr I had a' cent for every mile,I t-a + .., ,
w4lk -::-,..
during office hours
every day rd '
8<5bn be able to retire," is a remark t.
ir &
oEl too >2. '.
t fregne urhtacd from .ensind :iron i :..

.Money. gftenK lleSJ1 ydle; 1sen RhtE r keptF M 1hei teetftattilet I ......

buaineys. 'The )general fmprwsiott>t fir I '''-

bl i,Iig'ppportunities':; 'for : that... ,the dbtuoLtn. .. Tried- .ihljUijxaLgreat -- .: .-"- 't o
And so' It may: be. But the atm. -'-'--'

pestmenrtut these pie experiment of carr1ln; I ,Pedo e- FiVE BIG FACTORIESrl E

: ; op.pgr.tUnltles tft' for a few weeks '0w ifll rof 3l lll ::' I 10

do fvbV borrteeFy'wee'kr'nnipnthf.Qreven\ i show that one' Incom lit a cat amile 1 l
would not be worth collecting un I hare trying to get tome firm hereto put in a EM

, ill the end of a year I ia this wwuj jl believe if,jbujwill! Ukethe, matter up, you .
| A downtown office man bas just finished .... ; ;
nn imnge with'MMin.-& Co. to handle Diamond
r' t/ } an experiment of this uature. lie Brands." I have no interest in the matter only that I want :

.yt e ht Inthei! ieantitne thiS carried a pedometer six weeks, registering to buy a good shoe once in a while. You will remember thatI
;t1t. tf Its total each night.I At the,end handled. your shoe when in btminau in Quanah a4 know t.
i 1. of that time it was fouud that'the distance what they are." REV. WALTER GRIFFITH, r

tr1 aneyLaoWd! be earning | traveled.though varying greatly Silverton, Texas. '-.
.
from day to day came to a fairly even
f&hing:;:; and it'bari: 'if | average at the end of each week. Could the superiority of Diamond Brand shoes be
'
How many miles do you suppose he more convincingly 0wi11 You. e.j just as anxiousfor :

Yglr.place it: in this bank. p walked on, the day of his highest rec- good shoes as Rev.Griffith and it is equally.:worth
ord? Twenty? Thirty? Fifty? No. irW
your while to insist that your dealer supply them.: :
!'f only nine miles. The lowest' record
'; ;0.
"FlRS.AJ10lJA: BANK came the very next day and was a Ask your dealer for Diamond "Brand'' Shoes1 .
mile and a half. But the average for ,.

: :: : ,iM OAK, FLA.| each week was'thirty-three and ''one- ,.
: third miles, or an average of six and a
D/AMIIDBRJHD ;
.,
' u. Ic I half miles for each working day. The .
.,' .. oJ'HOfMAK&J
1'"'-" : six weeks showed totals .as follows: .
,I. BROWNCsldt'l1 c. X. HARDEE,' ) Vice-Press 1394 I 27& 37. 34. 32& 30 or an aggregate a

D..Eo .HQ W.. J. HILLMAN, [ : of 200 miles and a: half mile over. MME MORE FM SHOESOTHER .TfA/At.y
'
< o WCW I At the aid of six week,,therefore, he HOUSE IN THE WE3K '.
,
would have'collected .f2 at' a cent a -

mile.. 3
' .
-5 5t' ,-in tne coarse Of- a year this omce

r': : FLORIDA RAILWAY. traveling walkiusr 'tour represents,with Jts' an total impressive of, 1.733 Live Oak Perry ';& ; Gul|

t 'SCHEDVLE, : miles. If wale iu a eoutluujua trip ,

jBJB WITH ALL TRAINS ON.S....IA. L. RY. AND A. C. L. RY. AT LIVE OAK. I across:: country it would take h'.m' from
New York tj Disui.irt-k. ::. I>.. or to ioojJteikoati Company i
.'' : r) ,
;L- CEMWAL TIME. MAD OT.r Gah'estJU:Tex.- r.1a!;:; % .i..1. 5 ;

. .' 'h. ,.
APRIL
.SCHEDULE. EFFECTIVE... -20.1X6.". .
I L. Nat
Na 4'
THE BREATH OF LIFE.
.. 13 ,. Mai MuedFft :1 .i.>.> .. '"
t: .
.
I :
1L STATIONS. andss. Daily It's a' significant fact that the eirtl. t: ..os Ir "' .m.
HOc
ic ;. ... .: '..J') Iii" Except M &c:\ c: ... "-
'
if., 1)IiIr. : Daily. Sunday.1r strongest animal of Its size, the gorilla 't: 4i Ic\ I
,' a
, = IJ J ; 1 is ." : Mail and Paso Passenger Frt. andPasa STATIONS. !Z1Z1 2.
also has the largest lungs. Powerful :I .
1 ; .,. t, :I 0. :I
: is ... ; "(1' i ,............ : A I. u; / 'fNo.1 /) W
lungs 'means powerful creatures. .No.3 -
.... .
.: p, Lv. -- Livana1r. -. ..,, ....-..Ar- 10 20 No Ii .
,- ( m. 1"! '" a in 8 50 pm Daily Sunday Only Daily eL Sun wA

.,,-. tasm I-< L'... .... -....".._.-. -u.-..P ortcr._.... .. _Lv. 100Qaw 6 30 poo right How to keep' the breathing' organs M.. p. 31. Leaw, .. r. M: P..M.. A.. II.. A. li?
I s 'stould be'man's chiefest study.. Leave lave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arriv.
lde-.:...___ Z 40
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2 Tv. .
. !t'JlLr.S, L .. t 62'.111.. 6 ZO pm603'pm Like thousands of others, Mrs. OraA. 100 113 1.43.30 2 54 .-.Live Oak.-, ,430' ,6.40 '10.00 9.40
Lv.......... : .....: ....:. :..::'J. I :j Lv. 300 Roth Sink _. 41i U8 9.46 LIPa
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,'I I n d to .TLn7r.:-. --;.., 9.. 50. m Stephens, of Port Williams, 0., I ZZ 18 1.52 L48 1 01, -.Starr- a 412 408 6.241 2 9.13B 4

II i ; L.;._. '-, .;. iiklal iL-' _........ :...........Lr 9 44 a. ui 55p m has learned how to do this. She I 2S US .3 15 Mereer___ t i5 5.20 5.11 U8 1.35 ur 9.03

I'j p a Ar.?_, ...... _............_...;Wi1m&rth..1.6 ....._... .-. .........__Lv. 9 3G a m 5'40 p mLi. writes- : "ThreeHotiles. '" Offrr- .;.. "King's.. ArJ.13f t 39 Ar 2.04 2.09 ,y Ar.- ,1.30 340 'fI Dorr6ng-T1Platt. .._.. Ii.Ly"2 48 5i4i.08 L.5.00: Ly He 9.18 Lv 8050 UO
Par
.-or' -- -- .' Wrf.----" --....-..Ar.S. New Discovery'ks't' pp dJI1r congh I
.. 5Ar. : :. 14.i-i/ ", .- i _'.!.'t Ar 4.49 K. 4 i "u.t.: M t ,3 13 LyUO 5.05 8.t8
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II' _.... _.......t.Ul'1lv ille.- __...._. two years and %ured me of :.whatoay r tlW LV t.00 F 41"III'!" < .10 .-BeD.--:'"" '- I- ,. 'J. Air 4.48 8.06
1. L.____.Luraville._ 8 S2 : 3 28' 9.03Lv9.00 8.04LvS.00
'" --- thought consumption. 0, It's Ar. 4 25 Mayo Junction
II friends
II'. U.I . ,..... 857 4.57 32 4.43
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:1". .__.._..:.- .. ...._' .1._ ... ............ grand, for throat and lung trou- ',. 900 s' t 5.00 Lv., 446 440 {i- ... 5110M Day I 819S15 .. '4.u At' 8 bb Ar7Jl
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:';I C 48,III L-r; ..:"....;)....'......''"-_. M. .._... .,_,",,:", .Ar. 935am .5 39 pm bles." Guaranteedrby Barclay & 9 9 06 10 5.06 5,19 452 TownsendHampton 800 4.344.SO 8.49 8.45 ,:.Z8:Ii

. I.M tlllr" .... .a."';'.".suwanl1- 10.6.e Rier-..... .......:. _.Lv. 9 S2 am 5 37pm Groover*, oYuggisfst Price 50c and 's /f 2b t ; i 1., '55.5.33 r'9 618 n' Y'F Smibw a. L235LTfoT 11 ..24 I'15 102 ,iS ;'. io8
LEa
J38 .
.1 U' Ar. 640. ,, PerrY .
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9150' Ar 6.60"Ar
Ar. : LvLvS.20 i E0 Lw Y 00 IxC.40LvS.
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Ipml'. '.... ...._.Norwood.. Lv. 920amU 524pm512pm $1.00. Trial bottle free. ArllOSO 630 Ar CSS 9p'V.T7TP. Lv T.20 5

.- !.10'. !I Ar.............._.............. .)!.ayo..2 ..... ....... .:........;. .Lv. II a III ,.: : rr r' \' 1 ," .' t .' {

II L.__......._a4sya....__- ....-.AfLv. 5 00 pm445pm African Dined DrotWrlinod. MAYO and ALTON
. .f' 2.5 The' m thd' of making h1.wd, brotherhood ; ,. .;.. .
r. ,
Ii Ar ..... ._.Alton.--.r.__.,.,...,:; ) ,1
ia, Lv_ .. u, ..Alton.t..___..."___Ar. 4 20 pm ainoav the I Gaul 'and Somali I ., ,', ;; h' I
Z.Ii" l .8 has its peculiarities. It id described l: Frt.and Pass Frt and Pass Passenger mePa Frt and PL'S
. .;1! .,t lAt_"..;:..("_..'."..._............1."-v".._ ...-.....................Lv. 4 05 p m William Astor Chanter lu "Thrpugh y No. 7 No. 9 No. 11. STATIONS No. 8 Nu. 1\1 Pi No. 14 r

Itj[ 1 h 'r.rvr..,......_._.._ALay r__:. .. _Ar. 910am 4 00 P 1ft4' "' Daily ex Sun. Daily eL Sun Sunday Only Daily- ,.: SUIi. Daily ex Sun.tsunda.y... Only
) 1.5' Jungle and Desert. I. i()m-ut oil -..cJrLP -
P-M.- .A.iL----:
: n,. L"4_.4'...:..-...-._-_..,.....8&I. 0 a m 3. 40 behalf of his people raid 1 on behalf of A.Leave M. Leave Leave P. JrL Arrive Arrive: M. Arrive.

;, ui'lII Lv. ,. ;:.;(.....-.:....S ltRtr 1.9 -_._ ....Lr. 851am840am 3 30 pm my own each seized lu our right handsa 9.00 9.10 UO 4.30 5.22 5.10 Mayo Dowling Junction Park 1.58 8.01 3.30 8.54 8.U
.. J 9.2 round stone. Upon the stone we liberallyexpectorateL 9.3 4.53 Ii.M Clark 7.n 130 8.33
t*;$.W: J III I L,. ."':"'- :-.__.Aakold.__--. _Lv. 2 55 p 1ftto. Each then passedhis 9.38 Los U4 Peterson 7.35 3.00 8.23 -
1 21M 10.00 .' : 5.30 5.56 J 1.20
: 2.48
Ii..14!p .. .___Charlton...._._._.....Lv. 833. m 2 40 pm stone to his following, who did Ar I 10'10 Ar'.,UO Ar I S.OZ Mayo.Alton Lv 7.00 Lv s US LV a 8.00 8.11

I'It"I i'57 y at __...__..Keene.3.9I _..._... .......Lv. 823i in 2 20 pm310pm likewise. We then exchanged stones, a Regular atop. Connection made at Dowlinur Park for all trains to and from Live Oak and Perry
,+ S.O and each, holding the stone in his right For information as to connections with other lines 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent
' 06 l m!Lv.___Fenhulloway._____.......Lv. 815am808am hand with: his left hole In the 'phone 147. Lewin Building Live Oak.
dug a
I 2.6 THOMAS DOWUNG. President. R. P. HOPKINS. General Passenger Agent
fin 4 3 o p L_ ._......Denmark..-._.. ......-.....Lv. 135 PHI I soil meanwhile uttering words of supposed
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3.3
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{Zo pat Ar_. .... ..... .. -Perry_._....._.Lv. 800 a m 1 20 pmT I magic Import. In these holes we
finally placed the stones and covered

them with sand. We then grasped
* +l otTe1.tpboneStatioll. (f) Flag Station. (r) Raz Ster. (s) Regular Stop (al hands and assured each other that we SEABOAR'DAir

'" d* T. P. ALSTON Superintendent. were the best friends possible.The .
UI.uara. General Passenger Agent.fttANTIC .
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-. .- Editor and the Tramp. Line RailwayFor
Bret Harte's first stories appeared In

the San Francisco Overland Monthly. Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh.
COAST LINE Then he WAS appointed editor of this

maguziue. That was in 1809. About
I Richmond Washington Baltimore Philadelphia New York.
this same period two or three weekly ,

newspapers were struggling for exist
.Florida Georgia Alabama Three Trains
ence. I Elegant Daily
One day the office boy went to the

Virginia North Carolina and editor of the Soaring Eagle and said: SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED

There is a tramp at the door, and SEABOARD EXPRESS

be say he has bad nothing to eat for ...
: South
Carolina. six daytt.Fetch." SEABOARD MAIL
.
- him In." said the editor. "If

7 we can find out how he does it we can MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.The .

r I The Great fromFJQaEa3tNorth run till blamed paper for another
Highway of Travel week!" SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pullman .

Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonvilleand

South The FrUoaer. New Yorkr via Richmond and Washington. Leave St Augus-
arrived at
An
inspector unexpectedly tine 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays.
a Scottish jail He asked the solitary
o warder for the governor. "He a away
TO THE ONLY LINE I
EAST TUB FAMOUS fushiu was the answer.

QRID "Well. I'll see the prisoners," said Operating daily] through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans. I

AND WEST INDIA LIMITEDAND the inspector. Foriull iHfnrnmtlcn nnrt >l-.-p-r tmrvnth-nscall i
"
"Him! lie's out, sir.
rn nnv nsren nf Seaboard or writeS. i
"Out? The prisoner out? Why, has '
NEW YORK EXPRESS. C. BOYLSTON JR.,
he escaped? j
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
,- "."n.\t.b. no.'. sir. he's' lust awa' wi the JACKSONVILLE. ;

governor at the fushin'. carryln' the
ID\wrQT\ MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY= bag." .

NOTICE OP SALE. the indebtedness of said estate, will, ;

II1 nLOI ER" VIA ATLANTA. He travels safe and not unpleasantly Notice is hereby given that under on Monday the first day of October

F. ". '. who is g-.lardel by poverty and and by virtue of an order issuingout A. P. 1906, between the legal hours

: .AlY guided by love.-Sir Philip Sidney. of the court of the County Judge of sale of said day, and at the front

.. CARS AND THROUGH COACHES ON ALL.TRA1NS.: in and for Suwannee county, Flor- door of the court house in Suwannee

Coas Line DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is best. ida, dated the 31st day of August county, Fla., bid off and sell at pub-
mileage book, good to all points, via all bidder
fEast Get DeWitt's. Good for everythinga A. D. 1906, wherein and whereby lic out-cry to the highest
as Washington, and as far West as St. Louis, salve is used for, Including piles. the undersigned as administrator of therefor, for cash, the following des-

h and New Orleans; rates $25,00. Sold by City Pharmacy. I the estate of J. A. Adams, late of cribed land, or so much thereof as

may be necessary to pay the indebtedness -
Suwannee county,'Florida deceased,
CONSULT THE PURPLE FOLDER. of the aforesaid estate, to-wit:
authorized make sale of
was to so
and full information regarding rates, Pullman reserva- Have you seen the displayof much of the real estate of said de- The W 4 of the XVi of section

I eduIes. musical instruments at the cedent as may be necessary to satisfy eight (8), in Township four (4),
c. call on your nearest ticket agent, or write, south of Range fifteen (15) east lying .-
the indebtedness of said estate, I,
TlSTON
\,,fAHj '' Dist. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.Pass. and being situate the county of .
Florida Book J. H. administratorof
Tray. Co. Wetherington, as
Supply
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.t
Agent, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Suwannee and state of Florida.
m the estate of the said J. A. Adams,
\1t1! ener Traffic N. C.
Manager, General Offices Wilmington
r Ga. Pass. Agent, Geaeral Office. Wilmington, N. C. Always the nicest line in town I deceased for the purpose of paying J. H. WETHERIXGTOX.

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j. ea t\'quarters' < for'High Grade" dry:1.: : I: ( r .J

: .. ; ". '. PROMlN W: .rq ;
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j ; : :Goods arid :Slides at Low Prices 1 ;; : ....'.f". 1..r'"J 45JJttetlf

it fcebefVon ReV.
>II I .. ( L. B. c. A.-Hld1 T'.Rev.
.. I ,. \... Howard Dutill, Prof B. W. .
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until school begins Let MS wants for :-,' tietM tdn iudfprof L8..' I t.
: Only a few" days .,now supply" your Edwards are Speakers lfetetelf s >

the Children = i-_. =,. _.-s ;_ .L. "tMfla :
:'
I. Every parent should feel Jnter s J :

t{ A. F. C. Gingham, Seersuckers, Chambris, Cheviots;just the goods for school- !E ed children' enough, la !ithe'ducation of{ hU RrdirtfSmith's 40 fMa,e;, -

31j'[ to. ,.be present.Monday
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'
: wear, regular price 121-2,. our price t. = 10 IE September, 24, Is. school'opening;

; :Madras Prints, all colors regular 7c values, at, per yard '. ,5c j IE. Your the proper children'gra will e/ by be Monday assigned' night to Smith't1O tom. -


t: The best Stockings in town, for school wear, per pair 10,12 I and'25c E yon will be" able to know4 the' namp'f d }5terks' 1 .- f
;the teacher that will have chargeof 4.wIte

;1; Boy's S1ts.a 4 extra Pants, the best values e shown in this line. 50, dozens >> jour children the ensuing term. : *, w4 -_=
\\YU4rrtVhilrt -
f 11 '-....extr Pants for the school ooYS/perpair.: *V- 25C to $1.00 Come 'out and meet the teachers. \ -
? > Give them a warm welcome to our

= I Dresses for tf>e school girls, ail sizesy eachNV-- |- 50 to $2.00 >* little city Don't treat this matter Ami 4r r

lightly as It means much for you # 1yftei

Misse&Skirts-all sizes;.eachV.. ? :: w:" :__ajl, $1.00 to $4.00 "IE{ 'cfifljfren.- fpr ''parent,,slid"teacl: : : 'i l't',, '"

learn: ...to know each,.other assooajupossible. .-
,
31 "Misses 'SIiirrW stag PeteFPaifstyles; colors -' all prices i I ." The Court House shouldbe fT? -

filled to its aJa ity.'and wijl be Bf rPbudjlf ...
!STATIONERY .
for.schoolcHildrenrrTju's.is a new line.-we have added, and is very it If the parents are interested tfs'theV 'U '. ...

.complete. The, values we gIve,the. children, will soon make our store :t should be in the future. training the city Us .., .

: : the children Sinking

Headquarters: for School Children!. '!i E Coma,one, come all, and 'we "now flMNilotertit M $H.. ;'"

Just think! We sell a Pencil'Tablet,of 480 pages for 5cI I: assure you of a most interesting Mayw'i tribes :

program.We Salary .l CMf f.tMI ,
# Smaller ones for: each lc, 2c and 3c tI extend an invitation to the City Altf

I I several church choirs to be present City UartUI 14 i
4
j j 3 Every department is full of High Grade Seasonable Merchandise and remember the prices t and assist in furnishing good sing Exp qty aoaNt "

L! are right. Do not fail to visit our ready-to-wear department. You will find the largest t ing.Teachers will be assigned to work Fir...DtpartMIIWat. .

F assortment of Skirts, Shirt-Waists, House Dresses, Kimonas and everything made to wear ': as follows: Light .

11 ever brought to Live Oak. : Principal, L. B. Edwards. Street -.s-

i vice Principal, ,G. B. Davis Dill I fetU&" .;f

Literature and History, Miss Sallle City TreuVtf4,

EMPORIUM'I Scott.Nelson. City Tits

1 THE LADIES' 1 Science, Miss Virginia Wigfleld. City Tu Asm ':

Seventh Grade Miss Agnes Mortimer For City Half E- "'I
! Fitta.

1. Free 'Delivery. L. S. Harvard, Proprietor. Phone 159. JYVYYVYYYYVYYTY Sixth Grade, Mia Quintilla. Bul Total >0.\

: lock. ,Done u4 order Ii
..rrrrrr..rv T f VY'rYYYVYYYV' rvvmmvmvivvinynv "-
Fifth Grade, Miss Beulah Barnett. 15., HOI.
Fourth Grade 1st Division. Miss 91

If' THANKS FOR THAT HORSE. I never prove myself less appreciativethan PERIL IN PAINLESS FACES. Hildersard Hann. .,..
'
now! It has been my desire Fourth Grade, 2nd Division, Miss S. P.'MATS, :

Ii:I Rev.- C. A. Ridley Gives Eloquent since coming to this city, to be the Victim of Dread Valid? May Be Flora Farnsworth. City C1trt.

Acknowledgment of Handsome servant of all. Never have I refused Hart \Vlthoat .,KB. TBC It. Third Grade, Miss Sarah Grady.
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" Gift. I one single service to any manor "The redhut voice," said the electrician Second and First Grades Miss -
; "burned man'B cheek till it ORD1XAXCSSU
measure because' they were' not the S'annle Crosier.
t t #\ For several days I have been put- I directly under my supervision as sizzled and. smoked.. Yet he nevermoved .Primary Department, Miss Corrie An ordinance to i
' ting off until tomorrow the writing of the out of the way. He continued .
pastor Baptist Church. I McClInton. levy of taxes for the ,.11
to laugh and joke and pull on hli <<
!t i f of this communication. Not. because 1 1'i have believed, and yet believe that I pipe, and a ,smell of burning roge r.y into Kindergarten. Miss Mamie Cherry for Municipal purposes fc

'!'i It was an' unpleasant task but because II am worth'more to my own, by be- the air. .- J. E WOOD, of, Live,Oak Florida tat*

i ,I knew my inability to express ing the servant of alL' It is there- "I pulled him' to cue side. Supt. Pub. Inst. a sinking fund and tat ft
J (fore a very great pleasure 'which I ''Would you stand there..' I said interests on the $1IMU
i the deeper feelings that lie burled : feel over this public recognition of 'and be burned to death? The Way They Do At Pairs. indebtedness of said air

in my heart. i I my aim and endeavor. I am only 'Was I burning' he said with a A recent German paper gives an Be ft ordained by the I
L For flfteen- 'I have to 'scared look. And he put his hand t3
of
years longed ]pastor one congregation in our anecdote of a man who strayed intoa the City Council of the C
own beautiful high-bred horse one i city lint I want to be the servant of the: side of his face-the \vroas side. "charity bazaar" and had
a trying Florida
Oak :
that he
Was it possible couldn't feel
the handling of which would be a real
genuine pleasure; but my meagre income ; i community. Again, I most. sincerely bad made
"Outlemeo, that man' had no feeling several quite unsat- curing an equal and nn
r not permit the maturing i tHank those men for this most appreciated in his face whatever. lie told me that isfactory purchases, not knowing howto taxation and to pay the a

j of my dreams. For ten years of and magnificent gift. he Lad been operated ou for tic: dohnreui refuse the demands of the pretty lenses of the City of IJTtt

i'f have given my life without reserve C. A. Ridley.I I :, and the operation while it hat salewomen and at.last,.to prove that ida, .for .the enswct tau \
f to the service of my fellows without I cured the tie had left his face dead ta he could make eoa.
one sensible Invest- shall be levied ad
i regard to income save a bare support Our Kindergarten Srhool.I' all sensation. ment, ke bought a small match box, and out of the mf &I
;
t for those 1 had often read of tic doloureux la
dependent
Twice
upon me. I and carried, it off in' ..
I
in English novels but I thought it was a triumph and property within tl* ,
I twelve months have I refused the
C. A. Ridley.It haste.
tso'f of lbi"
I trifling disease. This chap said it wasa ; the City
1 offer of $4,200 a year, but to have is not and I feel Examining it after he had IIK>
! necessary yet facial neuralgia so painful that in left the for the year A. D.
accepted it meant; the giving up. of the 00 cent of its victims eli booth he discovered tha
constrained to say a word about our past per ,there was mills qn the dollar
the ministry, probably forever. This f i ther went crazy or killed themselves, no place on which'to light the matches. 'Sec. 2.;' For pr6'.t
Kindergarten which is to for
the minister cannot and must not open but now there is an operation thatgl"es .- fund and'pa'IAI Oe ..
do. the time being In the new library'' relief.
So, with the air'of 'one determinednot on'the $10,100.03 1951 .
But isn't it a source of great ,Joy building on Court House square next I i 1 "Every victim of tic undergoes the to be cheated, he Uw8i
i iI marchedback of of
: the City
that although hampered operation; head there are a lot of pee.plc ness ,
and harassed Miss will to the lady of whom\he, *
morning. young
I Monday Cherry j, walking the earth with no feeling had :dated February nil
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by the petty, annoyances of I be In charge again, which i!. equal i In their faces. The coadition Is a dan- bought the box. ; shall be levied at 4 .*'
poverty one's friends'wui.,, by their :1! serous one, because you are, Lkely to "There is a mistake here" he said, [ and out of tie rftf .-
to saying, that there will not be a i,
generosity make 'him feel rich? Not- 1 get hurt without knowing It.xcwYork "You sold me this pocket match b ,
rich in bank stock and 1 better school for the little fellows iI j
bonds but i i Tress. and there Is no place on it to scratch i 'the City of Unr e.L i if.t1
rich In the everlasting ties of friend anywhere In Florida. She knows the' ,
I matches. ; j ', ieJyear l 4A.; J fei, EF
ship and love,without ,which all oth-!i i what to do and how to do it, and has The Speed of Light. t "My jjear.sir/! Baidjthe young uWi'

er riches are worthless. I prize my'1'.: the happy faculty of making every I. Just think of it! Eleven times "you are quite right; I made a'mis-lady Lc/3.mlIlMli l This* otI..

friends far beyond the possessions little tot love her devotedly. Once around this globe of ours in the spaceof take. That is .
of this a1 I! !, sixty seconds! Can you imagine intended. for. a Jewel-. into effect. Immed****
world. There 'you'
will come get the child started you will box and costs 50 cents I
I anything that moves with such remarkable more, If'you sa'ge by the COIIDdt ...*
time when we will either see our have no further trouble unless "
you please. *
,
speed? Sound travels only twelve '
earthly riches take wings and flyaway Insist on keeping It away. "And what' eptaor,
and a half miles per minute and a did yorf do? asked. a Introduced by J. 1. 9'11
or else we will loose our nerveless One more word. You may be at friend to
rifle ball (If Its speed were not diminished whom be related his tale of "4f
grip upon them, drop the staff' a loss to know Just what practical by resistance sixteen and a half woe. ,I of the City council | j

and crutch, and using our burden for results are going to come from all miles. I.ijjbt pats es through a dl s- "If you've ever been to City Council toll I M
fair
a
,
'a pillow, will fall Into the of this of to and half re- tember. A. D., i1i01.
arms making paper stars, painting tancelual seven a revolutions plied the other, in an aggrieved tone, ).
dreamless sleep, and go out into the butterflies and sewing figures on of the earth in one minute but "you know. very well Attest: ,:
what I did. I CI1A8. &.J.JFr..t. j
beyond. But the riches of friend card board. You Just wait awhils electricity traveU so astonishingly fast paid the 50 cents, of q
ethat course! tf Ii
It is able
ship and love we will carry with u and you will see. In a lot of this I I'I' to complete the circuitof
to the other the earth eleven ana a half times in S. P. MAYS City G-
world "Love work there which
: Never are principles are STARVING TO ..
'I' sixty seconds. DEATH. CHTp .
Falleth. to underlie the child's entire life- I. S. P. Mays.
Because her stomach was so weakened Oak, Fl*>*
Had my friends gone to the Northern work. If you show a child a washbasin City of Live
J I Pat. Present and Future. by useless drugging that abort
she the
markets and spent days In searchof i' of water with paper slips float- certify that ij '
Mrs. D. YOI"'ee-U I could only forget could net eat, Mrs. Mary H. duly 1-
an animal, they could not have; ing on it. you have taught him a great the past! But alas, it is ever be of St Clair St., Walters ordinance was coudl:':
found one with which I would have deal of the meaning of navigation. I fore me! Mra. O1Jun-'rou'U have a literally Columbus 0.. was passed by the City *

been better pleased. And throughthis If you learn him to sketch the rough sad future with your past always pre writes starving to death. She of Live Oak. Florida Ifi

medium of the public press I outlines of a picture he will learnto I ent. Take my advice and leave the I from ; "My stomach was so weak day of September, AjJ;,;
most devoutly thank them if past beliiuj for the present and live In i useless drugs that I could not the same Is hereby t
and assure fill It in in after life. And you
them of my sincere appreciation, will permit a Christian woman to the future for the future and not in the eat, and my nerves so wrecked thatI Mayor for his appro1 i
past-Life could not sleep; and not band III
both of the gift and the beautiful help you sow seed thoughts of relig- before I Witness my ;
was given up to die was I Induced to this 17th d tf'
back of the gift. I 01 said City J
spirit understand ious truth in the child's heart in An EapC'rlmpnt.I .
that the horse was the gift of the Kindergarten you will wecome Suburbanite \sitoI"J--Ob., how are try Electric result that Bitters; with the wonderful bet A. D. 1906. ,

half dozen men, only one of which the glad harvest in after years. I you? Come right: in! Don't mind the improvement beganat (Seal)
was a member of my church. Surely By all means, send the little fel ? SnburbaniJteThat'a "
such t Just what I want to ed. Best health Tonic on earth. Examined and syp ro
I am not insensible. to dlow. to ifie Kindergarten Monday
kinMa 't *" 1 see.4 f only bought that watchdog this SOc. Guaranteed by Barclay & September 17th, not '
as this!
and morning.
-
ness beneficence ,
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