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 22, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00075905:00126
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Related Items: Suwannee Democrat

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L 'FIRl3.6 J Accidental Death of.Rev{ And Scores are Injured by Dynamite OX EDUCATION AND CITIZEN.

f...... c.u .!.P 1!... t. ; Explosion. SHIP. -AT'CAtNESYTLLE4' I. .. ./.11

dC Ga. Jellico, Tenn., Sept. ,22. Twelve
rT Valdosta .Sept. .
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"tj :, }Drf.c1l I ij Frank jCb raelius. ;aJBapts lives'were snuffed out, scores of per-
l near Dupont was shot sons hurt and property damage 'estimated
p' j head while ontls, "at 1500,000 was

His family rushed to his! 1 done here yesterday' morning at 8 I. I" w -I I i .
It -- ght that he o'cloCk. 'w'hen a carload 'of dynamite

I It Newspaper Publishes)the Ainatedhbut: ; indications .'. standing, ,on a track near' the Southern 'Doors Will'Open Wednesday '

....t Received From. Cienfue- committed suicide. I. depot exploded with.a report that -Formal Exercises Thursday -
'. )]5 rIko&C4 .1 -Opening, Address.,L by
r. shatter-
'. was heard for. twenty miles
, a .J 11"fl I Ing-'buttdinp in-the business section ,Congressman Clarkay : .
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T r ; i ,'" .}, I f 'of the town and breaking nearly alleY I 'J'
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pece' of las
2-La Discussion John J"Bradshears Caught- Jj ) l jrtthlnj!( 4. Gainesville, Sept. 2-on Wednesday --
iaA Sept. of one mlle of the scene.
dispatch today from ClenOerWjeJackett Frightfully ) i, Sept. 26, the University ofthe

6htll pJ! f from ;r Uj tJ'JH 'HH Statejof) Jojfdaj Jill\ open jt jtf elr}
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f/MjltOBvSeptx22! -
Lives.J U
J.w! 1bqar toW&J! h9n1ng a promlneat/young Took '10,000 new quarters In thiscity.. Prospects
the Soledaf sugar Hong Kong Sept. n.-The entire '
who was employed as are good for & 'larg attendance, everything -
b4 been bred on by the jebze i :"fieet. .olJ j600 fishing :Junks :;was
Stearns & Gulvef's IJI{ looks bright for. a success-
Aatef f.8jfi f J Jb."BreIth Smeat lost In,the typhoon. ; t
; u Vlth' death ;
met a tragic year : na
ful .1. d
casuaItl"es.koiedad .
rebels fled. ,No This increases the mortality to : ,
terday. He was caught I '
estate Is owned by 10,000 persons. ."-' On'Thursday'the, 2thJat'3 p. m.,
the belts and was whirled !
Theraews has created formal exerdsei will be;field in the
\ foun/Lihls body being
.itement;{ nd 1 jnsurgentiia ceeding'' thirty'days-; thousand
; the
Mutilated resulting in university chapel. Among
\W n iia defllorJ the int he could be rescued., feet board measure ,..., of. ...,15c :Qof that;6ceasiott; 1 'the G es,
t,,tt the report Is true.r The Storage for the.next succeeding thirty villetSua: .will be} Governor, 1NJ1l.J
deny the : days, or fractional part: thereof,
pt rjportteire r ( TSavannah Broward, who.:will speak,on. the sub-
It wu circulated by the Theater per. thousand feet, board measure jest "Education and Citizenship ''

ferament to Injure< the In- Savannah ,Sept. : .i. .: . . . .10c H n..bN.'P.'Br'yan i ehhfruiiu1of,th e

. ) na trj Storage for each succeeding, ;thirty board of control .
) \\\ \ ';: the fWAbt r of days fractional part 'thereof, whpiw, speak on
Mare[ Battleships Arrive. Theater Company; .of' at "The University of the State, of Flor-
thousand feet board measure
lV.eUa..of..New..Y.or per ida" and President A. A. Murphree
L'S pM2.-'l'hfUtt1 sblpl . .5c
t. ; Florida College :
and the destroyed by fire which I' r t. of the Female. pa
end:TTir Fia.I( have, night at 8:45''o'clock.. Cross ties. "The Unity of the' State School' Sys

/I eland I andfaeoma alarum, calling out the.. Wharfage (handled at owners'. expense tem." Hon.. Frank Clark, M. .CL will

\-I &. '-.F JI. A 'was turned-In, i ), including storage for each make the opening address. If is'the'

Will Give Taft Help. of the firemen were thirty days or fractional, partthereof desire' of'those In' authority Ulna ftp

TW, Septjpromlaeut 22L\Cbmsnitteg I JntreteatLj.tbq.* spread c ,', .T. .".,r': .4. .. .. J4cDoW mark the new' era In' the educational

Americans! selected to surrounding be arid ordered'by the RailroadCommissioners history of the State, and no 'eiortwill :

rIaq/titee-romineat 1 Amer" was?In progress th 'u 'of the"State of'Florida be spared either now or 'later

property owners in Cuba are time. Had there been, in ,session,;at their-- >flce "|is the to make the university of the SUtf; o!

,ui are rudy to give Secretary' have been great loss of city of.Tallahassee, Fla.. this 20th Florida a worthy member of the'ed=

ItformtUoQ he may;,desire spread ,pf. the dam.es J day of. September A. D:'1906. ucational institutions: of the na"tiQir,'
> the American standpoint' ; oft rapd., Within a few JEFFERSON\ B'BIt9WLT

b the bland. the fire was discovered : ex- Chairman. WHAT SHE WOULD D0. *.

terior raging Attest R. C. DUNN, Secretary.
was a :
%! .Rebel*.Boarded. Vessel.ier.RiMt .. .
., Texas Woman Candidate Fox' cOngress
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rang,SeptL committee Expresses Herself Freely._

In ..1.wu boarded-* by armed Behla8U = NEWSteOMMENTS? FROM STATE CAPITAL Ft. Worth, Tex.; Sept. 221-i-Mias:

2..ho'1 'Orltrtbromdal.cor'j Laura B. Payne.' In accepting' the

... nomination on the Socialist ticket for
jregistered rletters ; J" .. ,4 ;. i. -- .
r. \ ; Congress in this district, come, out,
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RI f 'f I* An ", InterestingCommunication From Tallahassee.--! Visitors strongly for the government ownership -
4ig, such[arms has theySecretary .
K of railroads and far-
Montalvo says thesnment '. :* O -, .; -'and \Personal! Alention of Prominent Men ther than Bryan and goes advocates a step government -
has no present intention .
ownership of all packing
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:el teasing! the chief conspirators
W now in Jail here.ICCBSIOJTO (Miss Jefferson Bell,) as of old-one of the handsomest men rivers and harbors than any man in houses.

Tallahassee September 30.-Two in Flordia.Dr. tie United States so expert has he Miss Payne is the first woman to

become that his recommendationsare i run for Congress in Texas and says
EVERGLADES I charming ,and 'delightful visitors E. S. Crill. of Palatka State I accepted at their face value. she will push her campaign vigorous-

within our gates during the past Senator, was anotter of the distinguished -
Reported lIe la remembered as the man who ly. When asked what she would don
to Be a Great Success.
week Judge Livingston W. visitors at the capital last the event of her she
,. were made a fight against Foraker and election re-
(Jacksonville Metropolis.) Bethel of West and Mrs. Bethel week. Dr. Crill is one of the finest "The first
Key Dick In Ohio, for control, and while plied: thing I would do
> rornor Napoleon : Broward. S. who have been on a visit to theirs men in Florida. Brainy and substantial be lost personal control of the convention would be to accuse the grafters in

IeJton tad others, who went' on ,.-Mr>> Harry, L.. Bethel,. Mr, ..and with an influential following he succeeded in getting his Congress of their/ r ng-d IJlgsJand
aewsioa to the Everglades as Mrs. Harry Bethel have one of the he will be a strong factor in shaping ideas incorporated in the Republican I. arouse the public of the entire country -

$ ot the citizens of Ft. Myers handsomest, homes in Tallahassee, public affairs for many years. Dr. platform, a similar victory achievedby to oust;.the rogues: from the na-

:need, last night and report the a,beautiful colonial h house with great Crill is regarded as the Heir Tppar- Mr. Bryan at the St. Louis Con- tional legislature."

a I1Iceesa In every particular' I white columns on Adams street, rent of the East Coast influence and vention.

Itor Broward left this morning to 1 will probably be a candidate for gov-
w, hicjflead( the old Call ome. J I ,, Sea Island Cotton.
Personally, be is charming, with .
rig! assee>, and in a day or two Here Judge" and "Mrs.!Bethel havespent ernor at the next election.I I I I i '
all the delightful little niceties. ; ,'of. (Savannah' News.;)
fake np.hl3,drainage cam- the week renewing old friend i
a He wilf am very fond of the word, distinguished manner a great man should have. He The sea, island market. last weekwas .
EN make about sixty ships. Judge Bethel?.was, Lieutenant : : it covers a multitude of attainments has one of the finest faces ever saw, slightly. ,more active than for'theprecious
Vftf,ea now and ,the doeIi first '
November. Governor during Bloxham'p and applies to so many and impresses one with his broad week, the 'receipts showing
administration. He 1at1 1Okri a*
. : \ men we see in Tallahassee but I and comprehensive grasp of a situa- some Increase. The .season has
p killt
Blades jf {be excursion ,to the handsomest, man, in, Florida at' find myself using it too often. nut tion. "Of course we will not 'ay started off with prices satisfactory,
this morning Mr. Mel- a pleasant'a'nd affable -
*14: "I.> that time, gentleman.of he what else will so well describe Chair anything definite," he said relativeto ,due. .In some. measures. to: the. belief
. 1\e \distinguished man 'l:. E. Burton, of the Rivers hit inspection of the passes at that serious damage has been sus-

. t\opIpeotab '}'Mtqcounty' were was one of the most popular. men in and Harbor Committee, who stopped Apalachicola and Carrabelfle, "But tained by the'crop, which is undoubtedly -

a *004 time, and, the guests all the State. over in Tallahassee on his return I have my impressions." "Just say the'case. "'The recent storm did

W\tfatjt: ; and''Everything fh was The office Lieutenant Governor from Carrabelle and Apalachicola, thai T'wa'gfeatly pleased witUjmy additional, damage on the, islands off

: fyr1oom; n which f was abolished, at; tbe los' @ of Monday. reception at both places. From hereI the Carolina coast but good weather

: .JlotefI$1ielJ.There yeahlowers. fiovernor :P trr's term, was; more Chairman Burton and his party will go to Pensacola. The great has generally prevailed in Georgia
were banquets
; Qd"rei honorary than renumerative. Judge reached Apalachicola early Monday importance of the harbor there in and Florida the past week. Spinnersare
thoaa everywhere we Milton H. Mabry now Clerk of theSupremeCourtwas I morning by boat from Columbus and sures liberal aid from the govern said to be somewhat independent '

""- ., Whl1.lIe.nlw1l1.Jl.eI: the last"Lieu ten- spent the day examining West Passat ment."
t> having on hand stocks for immediate -
tggtrip: ..._ _.. ,
a ant'-- Governor- The. constitutional Apalachicola and East Pass at Car- Another delightful man who was needs. ,
por Broward 'enthusteceivea
duty of the Lieutenant Governor was rabelle aspirnts for deep wtaer. The with the party was Mr. John A. Bet- The following prices are based on (

$!It Lee at all points. Th to: preside over the Senate; In addi- party separated at Carrabelle, Con- jeman of the Business Men's League factors' quotations:

,''Go'e.Pinty, of course, are tion he was expected to make polit- gressman Adamson, of Ga., and Congressman of Albany Ga., who had Joined the Extra fancy Ga.'s and Fla.'s 23
1. or.- :They ue, *
..ht'tlI.e-'proposed ical speeches during the campaignand : Clayton of Alabama and party at Albany. Fancy Florida . . 23

dent conatitu- was permitted in the process to the Columbus contingent returningby Discussing the trip he said: "We Fancy Georglas . .22 @ 22K

; CW4 passed and are spend about three times his salary boat and Judge Burton and Mr. intended to go to Pensacola by boat Extra choice Florldas 21 @ 22 ,

eh 411; campaigning. work I which was only five hundred a )'ear. McGann, his secretary Mr. Campbell making an inspection of St. Andrewsand Extra choice Georgias. . 21 t

geitoa aald that Among the line of distinguished men Secretary to U. S. District Engineer, St. Joseph's Bays but our time Choice Ga.'s and Fla.'s..19 @19 & f

s d bat. there were a who held the office Judge Bethel is at Montgomery, and a party of G. F. was too limited. Extra fine Ga.'s and Fla.'s. 18 @ 18%

gwhcmwereSenatorHum-' auU-dratnage' pres- remembered as one of the most popular and A. officials came on a special to "The development at these points Fine Ga.'s and Fla.'s .16 @ 17 11

n, L&at% At the close of his term he Tallahassee at six o'clock. Judge will be of immense value to Florida, s

.tdrtor of county the and A.: P. retired from State politics but has Burton left at eleven o'clock for Pen- but their great value will be to Geor- Miss Daisy Brinson one of Su-
' t, 3 ]teltoa said'that Qordau taken an active part in local affairsat sacola to examine the harbor there gia and Alabama. wannee's most popular teachers and

40dnatnred was Key West and from there will go to Mobile !I "Albany has increased her values a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' C. H. I
party and that
wed-tnueh Time has left unbent his handsome Gulfport and Pascagoulas Miss. three and a half millions of dollarsin Brinson left this morning for Starke

V' ; .ttfie= tiinage Information re- form and although his hair is no Judge Burton is a notable figure in a little more than four years." Mr. where she will have charge of the }

:.peoposIUon.a longer black today he carries himself National affairs. He has Len a Betjeman continued, "We are askingthe schoolthe present term. Miss Daisy

1'f.1 ; member of the River and Harbor has golden opinions as a teacher -
r R..llis and' llf. with the easy dignity of a man slightly government to remove the flint won

-wit down to Jack past his prime used to honor, The Committee eleven years, and Chairman boulders from the channel of thee and there is no doubt that she will

eta': fng'tora:-few days I strong' face; the courtly manner and eight years. In that period of give entire satisfaction In her new

1...1parents:. :" distinguished. bearing.still mark him.1 i time he has probably examined (Continued on Page Eight.) field of work.c1 .
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a, TI _ri "William lq"Cr5e7fiictof was F1Qr7. n j. n

onCJ.1'I 'sd..tow it val that he#never c m
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att ptiid s ions 8hakespearea roles. :. l iND
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f ff .._ ''rM dan."Yean".. Ago- in the west- .I played. .Tba.tolloWiaa Ja partial-pl'ke1II& i
t 1 'HaD Itt.! relaid flanos and ificatzons
7t i "Did. 700. Indeed said aariet atnlly0r ol I pur rebonndjairf jSthopJ !
L-. DJda't you.haya...a.g u\ books. which,,are, rearlj as .good asnew. : _
f mss! Didn't the audience call yoa' -- Will assume i'fuffcEarge of buildm -

H vktireti!etidlir 11 & : : : Baldwin's.4th, and 5th'. readers tomb i, :complete :'re ,b4ore r4 -
J "Oi1I aye! riiaml Crane "}\117.nun. ,r owner in evep spef? 1
.. vt they dared fairat. :". t. JOcefiU.Baldwin's is paid' / rs; .... f. ti .
Oth and 7th readers comb. j

a- That was! Dtereat. ., 45 cents. ,
K. Landlady-l'' 'tet this' excellent Eff fcstbnV first boot in Aa:a >'History 'omc XT n6&DA! NOVELTY tc

:( ,-' THE PINK OF PERFECTIONIn room at reduced rate because there 40 Beats. T ,,: am.;. ffft' '
__ is"i ,woman'next door who plays the Fields Grammar Sebool'Hint. SOcts. PHONE' 185. ,/ ;. ; : UVE.Q l ;
f Ada,water*. -- ,U- ,fouttd, piano continually.. \.pplleut-ob.. that Metcairs Elementary English SOcs. .. .. ... i.. .: _
'without effort In every won't make,any difference The room 1 40cto. li
l.>. Is for my nephew here and he Is deaf.
j,l glass drawn from our im- Landlady-Ah, in that case ,I most Mimes Practical Arithmetic SScts.. ; SMOKE : Anita Femand
-: !- macufctelj;, clean, ?ountainl -, charge the fall price! Redway'& Hhuuan's NaVEL Geoy. C
f !"' ',"What's ion?prime 40 cents. .. ;t : 'Wtl' !.

favorite in flavors? Have D..e...... Bedvray & Hlnman's Nat. Ad Geog. CHEW,: Honest Money To ',
"Would yin like to see my aquaria 00 cents -
" ', _. it?. ,Sjrup sweet, water asked" the naturalist Smith's Primer of Physics 25 cents. DRINK: J. .'9. Coffee. '
'"Well. If he'8 securely chained I
beau, pure and ,edeaWlt Smith's Elementary Physics 33 cts.
might but rm'sO afraid of wild '
rally carbonated, why Stecles' Hygienic Physiology, 65 cts. -'
;-'a. rrevued me TISIIOT. EAT: Armour & Co. Pack11jProductsthey :
F, shouldn't oUr sodas suit ..... Swlnton's Word Primer 10 cents. .
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f. Webster's Academic Diet. $145
: everybodj JustReceived White's School Algebra 75 cents. are the best

r' And many'others at reasonable
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I prices, besides a nice line of school 1

t City Pharmacy' at THE BAND BOX supplies

t, PHONE 73 CITY BUDGET. Leave Your Orders With\ \ I

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New Fancy Waists, in By vote of council, the following -

f budget was adopted as a basis for. for Prompt AttentioLive
:. ATLANTIC. OMI I UHf silk veiling., lace net and: nuns- the city tax levy.. 1! ,

Sinking Fund .......... J3S3.33
SPECIAL LOW Interest on $10.000 ...-... 210.00
t Ready-to-w Mayor's salary ..tII. ...... 150.00 : Oak Brokerage ..ft.mission i 0

i Excursion Rates for. ladies' and children Salary of City Council...,. 4SO.OO

for early Fall wear., City Attorney .. ... .. 500.00 '-

s. from IT Jacksonville. City Marshal and Police. ..1860.00 .; ., Co. -
; Quickest and ,Kid Gloves, elbow Exp City mules and driver .1,746.00 ,
to Washington .
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Fire Department H.* 250.00
.4 all Points East.Francbco .- length. Water ;. .. ....4i.v.i.... 6CO.00 ?1holesale' Srocefs $rq/n and

Lights .;;..... .... .. ... 1,680.00 :
New Muslin Underwear .
; .'):' Streets : .. ... .. .... .. 1000.00 _
;, 16 San .CaL on salG in beautiful de- .
$9. ', Disinfectants,150.0
daily; limit Oct. 31. City Treasurer....... 350.00
t Atlantic City,N..J.,on sale signs.. .
; AkAuoNw
W'15 City Tax Collector .. ..... 400.00
E4 f daily, limit Oct 31.
City Tax Assessor... .. 225.00
Af C4R A Niagara Falls, N. Y., on ,
For City Hall ....'..-...'.. 2,500.00Total. t
i ll gale,daily, limit Oct. 31. it
It t AI Washington, D. c., on said Mrs.. JE. ..N.Lavler.PROFESSIONAL: ] . ----- AMERICAN' PLAN: : ,c. .
1.V' .. .-..-. ... $12,384.33 : "
r !f delimit Oct 31. '" .. Done and ordered this September JACKSONVILLE FLO"
t Denver,,Cola, on sale dai. .
19t CARDS.
15 1906. -
' ly;limit Oct. 31. C. H. '. ... .. .. .
r. j.-f.;
f 6y 7C Bar,Harbor,:Me., on :saleWt'lw L E.RoBeuoM. A.8.SKAU, t
and Prmtt
Presto Coane 1 Rooms and
? daily limit Oct. 31. (' Rates $2.50 Upward. '
t" Chicago, IILr.on sale,daily, $3.00aridiUp.; : ,
.piV.V limitOet. 31.YfrightsviJle.N.aonaale. City-Clerk. 1 "" \

i: $22.85 ATTORNEYS .:- AT -:- LAW. -4.\- :
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f : daily;limit Oct,3LVCJ ORDINANCE Xo. 5_. Cuisine and Service Unsurpassed. in I. the ,i
: Will do general practice in State and
1A, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.,
\; Federal Courts. An ordinance to provide for the '
t' *wW H.N/6JNEAC: .: .
sale daily, limit Oct. 31. ''11' PROPRH
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levy of taxes for the year Al D. 1906,
for Municipal for the .-
'PIIONK No.190I purposes City
ct'j8.48: Hot Springs, Arkansas, on'I I LIVE OAK. : : FLORIDA. of Live Oak Florida, and to providea - -

:"i sale daily, ninety days. sinking fund and for the annual JUST A'

c.S.boW F.E.THOMPSON interests on the 10000.00 bonded
No trouble Wood !
to I
answer questions. indebtedness of said City. I
Excursion rates to other points. & THOMASON,
Limits, schedules, Pullman accommodations BROW Be it ordained by the Mayor and -------o--
and all detailed information to the City Council of the City of Live
above or other points cheerfully fur- Oak Florida: A 2 horse wagon load of

nished, either on application,' in person PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS, Section 1. For the purpose of se- 2 18 inch wood for$1.50. About your groans
) or by mail, to
curing an equal and uniform rate of in
should be fresh i3f
taxation and to pay the current expenses Furnished on Short Notice. i
!, District Passenger I : .
Agent, 138 I
i of the City of Live Oak, Florida No groceries, Iwt e.
s: Bay, Street, Jacksonville Fla. L M. DIXON, for the ensuing tax'year there i Leave orders at M.L.Burnett&Co.i

shall be levied and collected upon H. WIMBERLY. goods, are the betted
1;! BAR.DIN & and out of the real and personal 2
l DENTIST. property within the Incorporate limits 0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0.0+0+() We look after that ftij

of the City of Live Oak Florida
for the A. D. 1906,
year the tax of 7 THe Great Headache Cure
mills on the dollar. that our stock wiB
Sec. 2. For providing a sinking

38 acres in SouthEast M.E.. BROOME, fund and paying the annual Intereston Bromo. Pep sin fresh.
the 10000.00 bonded indebtedness -
i Live Oak-ly- of the City of Live Oak Florida "Note the Word Pepsin." We cannot tell J*
,!I ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. dated February 28th. 1906 there

ing: East of Ohio I LIVE OAK.: : FLORIDA. shall be levied and collected upon' G URES Insomnli Heakcht.. Seriousness Indigestion. space what all fft* j

Avenue. I I and out of the real and personal
Wilt practice is all the courts of the SUto. Special in and see us, or
property within the On
corporate limitstf the
attention given to ConvtjiBcts ColUctionof Spot.
I I font.Etc. All buuMM promptly atttoddt the City of Live
This is a desirable Oak Florida for your needs. I
I I NOTAT PUBLIC STATE AT T.tir. the year A. D. 1906 a tax of 1-3 of >Ho Opiates absolutely Harmless.

tract for sub-.divis-I one mill on the dollar. AUDni l\l. M.. M, ul JOt PHONf 83SRC
I I Sec. 3. This ordinance shall go
ion to the City of.! DR. J. W. WEST, Into effect immediately upon its pas- For Sal By I

Live Oak. Within\ Physician and Surgeon. the sage Mayor.by the Council and apl'roTed.by The City Pharmacy MAYSFREE (

five minutes walk Office: Carroll Building Ohio Avenue. Introduced by J. L. White memberof 41-23-trwi-Yr. DEL1\ntt'
| Residency at Ethel Hotel the City Council and passed by the
of Court House. : Pkonea. Office.No163.. City Council this 17th day of September -
j Reaidence.No*.23 or 168. A. D., 1906.
Lots 150 I Druz Store(Barclay&Groover)No.t yards Attest: } TWICE
i from this proposition ;Don't Have Your Cart Prest. of City Council.S. I AS 5

P.'MAYS, City Clerk. "fIj
are. selling MANY
Work Butchered -. I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the to.
: '
day at $1,000. City of Live Oak Florida do hereby

I lAt the Mill! .. . certify that the above and____ _foreeoine...: ,' r Gees. Heo.sons ,

!. ordinance was duly and regularly
I passed by the City Council of the City \ ti Expcci ,

$6,500for of. Live Oak, Florida, on the 17th.
11 I am the TimDei r Coll Mon day of September A. D. 1906. and! I why waea you the baby should first watch came

the same is hereby certified to the the "lUtle ailments." a I
Mayor for his approval. Little thing.grow to big
the 38 tangs In the bab.We. AU bad a
acres. Witness hand and the tf
my seal of little
j I Build them under a Guarantee. big. eaa be averted by keeping it ia perfect LeaP
ot said City this 17th day of September D3t McGEXS
Have Built Hundreds and A. D. 1906. It keeps the stomach BABY ELIXIR. bIf.
and bowela right. Takes all ,
Real Estate and Investments 5 am Building more every day. (Seal) away babies from well.teething u.. Makes LEAN babies fat s .s.

For Best Prices Write S. P. MAYS City Clerk. L ck .to acha..Pleasant 23 eeata and take.60'Good for delicate wwe
casts bottle
BAISDEN BUILDING. Examined and approved by me this at year
i w. ". ADKISON, September 17th. 1906. nriLIVE

Phone 196. P. 0. Boa No. 4. T TALLAHASSEE f IA M. E. BROO 1E, Mayor.I OAK DRUG COMPA .


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voices ever heard off the stage" aid '" .

ASHINGTON e'wtre'Af.'av&ratti American a ,
dlploFit. ,
"But ate faoipy U one of th #' : "h.

4:3JxaisI: J ti I -o7 } j !
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not fct her accept \
. any offers ( SKATINGaEVERYNIGHTE., t.- .
., i 'tl. '' I ., has hadi orjraadopenu: 'T s.ta.ber 4
4 .'bf.J"C'I"Pa..n. : "- ---
only eppeiraace la since
' ,'J : public she re.
d"'fnHEnrope; ''There1 .Attton' (

Iw nice,blue weir. I Miss i: Ton Stoscn.. Did yon ever Bee any one ...l ,
..}:t fl '* r'so'eager.to jt0 ewrywlio... : :that:mast a
::11'cb d!' lion i{ you'ti such's bf tee'aimJIMUM. crazy-about#" 'meeting

' ld uno, ... '
k Ufa bl \1.1 ', j _'
s .JIIH ..trAunt r *
: J AHgrlcaa women 'sngersyou .
...- l1en. ermau should saylangEed"aman''wearing' ..

g a germail" paper the cros of the Legion of Honor.tTou 1

ita Germaa-,train iw1tl{bas4Iy can ge{ Tool]Tod Stoach to"ttan"f .
yon S4 Bremen.. where'just bj'\hinting that same 'nevi '
it na\ How possess r.ou'?' girls. wnt'be there." : ;

_yon talk so"i "They say at the German legation : : .
tr hearty Amcrso i \. .
J prt laughed a that by actual count Tony von Stosdi '

t .''Ilm glad to shake the has met,800 'new;, girls'.since the sea : ." "r', "
b off my! feet that I can'tallL'rlll son, opened And he's still going. -." l' "
10 glad we'reheaded': As the ripple of merriment greeting .

. dui the Baser Wilhelm der this expression of the well known foible iI i\

JmerCI&nd Washington' that of the popular Anton von Stosch < ',_ : ; '
!-'tII., honestly should like to tied away some one said: "Hush. The ; RATES j ; ,
ti off the guard's gor- ,
epaulets begins. "
programme : k
Don'tjet :: :
uniform. .
f and r>W For some time Anton you Stosch .
' and not -
: Ellen: IT stop say watched the artists come and go; his (

I lord for an hour. face 'wearing' an unwonted look of
boor and flfe minutes Missaft weariness and discouragement. For
I illttt, ostensibly watching months he had sought diligently for .
1Ie1I.! .the German gables, the the two American: women who called 'M 25 cents per hour for: used
i sailors and Jteests.as Washington their home,*who Lad been i

for an boor'and fire mIn- his fellow travelers from Berlin to IM -
young German fellow frii lhI Hamburg' that fateful' August day. .
\ German nape}, and for ** More than' once' he ''had followed a' S kt es. : .. k
; '
Miss Elleu Vane (1
pre minutes 'active
girl with glinting chestnut .
yed perfect peace of mind.' hair,"only to find It was a stranger Instead .*

!r.,.nreuel coughed, and Miss of "Virginia of Washington," as.
't Inwardly caught her breath. he had :!come to call her. Day after M 25 cents for entire afterk k
Dressel ha- .
FJlca.1I laid ills day night after night he had followedthe
the -
toward seen1
tint her whirl of the social wheel, but never
1 1 At were discussing It-"Aunt had he found a clew to their Identity.

"you mo*that youngman He had spent hours poring over the when furnish
tronrl+nlly _DM n face._ even If he city directory, but never a young Virginia noontheir parties |
Oh don't took nor an elderly Ellen'proved to be
,wt the window as If I ,were,
the first bearers of the names he had
'about the scenery and.he will: met'so'oddly, '

kqy the"difference, I've been'It As a ripple'of enthusiastic applause I own skates.
aim off and on for the,last
greeted the appearance of the star,of '
'Jut see what a nice arm mouth'Brtw Just' the evening Anton Ton' Stosch raised V ----,:"j .- ._-,
well groomed too. his eyes and then grew rigid as he saw "
to sager nails. Oh Aunt Eliiijott. -
-Virginia of Washington" la the flesh .
: ::wouldn't,IMP so. I
smiling acknowledgment to,the enthusiasm. -
loot*!Better than any foreigner One long look'to assure himselfit ,
e nn Iu the flee yean we hare war really she, and Anton TonI

Ii$nrPDe,t.Really, I shouldn't, Stosch sat back la his chair with folded aNO
if t could'get'suchhell' I ADMISSION SEE.Porter
bdag'mirile :
| arms and a:look of content upon bis
,:, groomed man as he : face such. It had not worn la all the .
months since he had arrived at the
eb, 'Ylrguiar groaned German legation.' No sooner was thoprogramme

Ttmtno. "Ifs-irs Indecent to ended than ,he made' his "
aim a mu like that when be'ttgis way to the blue 'roem 'where Dills
r. '
1J entaDd. Dressel was holding'court and without
your pompadour crooktutFife delay sought an Introduction.

Q." said Miss Dressel "Oh!" said 'Miss [IDre el her hand

1' Dotft, worry, Jf he under poised halfway toward his. "Why-oh, &
I jM\! he would hare betrayed I'm glad to meet you I'm sure" she DexterE

Ionj igo. He might be a chunk I ended lamely as she saw her,exclamation '
pk u4 white and yellow taffy for and gesture had attracted atten-

adwftaad of the English Ian- tion. Anton von Stosch looked straight !

Thank goodness, Aunt Ellen. Into her eyes as he took her hand."I /
In are almost Hamburg.. Here ," he
am glad to meet you-again
ptayour! veil, You are getting said quietly "I have hunted this town
I rooked, i>o,.lej me carry theme over to find you. May I call tomorrow Proprietors.
Ira a young house. Now ?" -
If Jut fee-almost-on foreign "l-I-oh. I really don't know" said .
Miss Dressel. Then she began to laugh

*Wa bad hardly,come toi a long almost hysterically. "It's all too ab- ;i k
&I atop In the great station atIt surd-and I can't talk about It now-
when the door of the cary and please don't get offended but I ;4T :A.T. '. .T. T %AA:7A:7AT 1rTTTk

_ Jerked violently open and a was so surmised and"- --- -- -
I na pulled the German outgrip "I'll wait," said Anton von Stosch,
e hearty exclaiming In Eng- quietly falling back "It is quite enoughto Stains oa Books LOW ROUND TRIP RATES etc., will be furnished promptly, on
know that I have found you at last. Ink stains may be removed from a tia. application to

fie ta luck There was a state- Though he spoke no more to her that book by applying with a camel's hair ]LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. G. E. HERRING

- 1DeDpge4 on the Kaiser Wilted evening Miss Dresael was well aware pencil a small quantity of oxalic acid The Louisville & Nashville Railroad Fla. Pass. Agent, L. & N. R. R.,
r we can sail four earlier I I that he followed her from group to !: diluted with water and then using blotting -
days Xo. 118 W. Bay St.,
will sell round-trip tickets from
't expected. Good luck, man! group and from room to room, as If paper. Two applications will re-
Wt you gay something Instead fearful of losing sight of her. As ,the I move all traces of the ink. To remove
i 'thZ! at me like a dazed Idlotr door of her carriage was snapped shut grease spots lay powdered pipeclay I Indicated. Proportionately low rates
1 Cermau pulled himself together his face appeared In the opening, and 'i, each aIde of the spot and press withan from other points: MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS

loadable effort and began to he said quietly, but firmly: Iron as hot as the paper will bear 'I$32.20: -Dallas, Texas, and return. -ATEXTREMELY -
f out something In German, "I shall do myself the honor to call without scorching. Sometimes grease LOW RATES
Tickets sold October 6th and
:tat other Interrupted him impa- upon you tomorrow afternoon. spots may be removed from paper or -VIA-
'1. Had Anton von Stosch been less cloth by laying a piece of blotting pa- 7th. Final return limit 21

I I'eut tha\outt Yon 'know per- eager or determined he would have per on them and then pressing the blot- days from date of sale.

'd4 1 ean't understand a word waited until the conventional hour of ting paper with a hot Iron. The heat $32.80 Buffalo, X. Y.. and return. : SoilthernaFROM

***' s ver mind, come along!" calling and possibly have missed Miss melts the grease, and the blotting pa- Tickets sold October 10th, I
? Wig German flushed'red and Dressel for his conventionality, but as per absorbs It.
; llth and 12th. Final return
Preallng look, straight Into It was he arrived so early and unex- --
|JJJ the astonished Miss Dres- pectedly upon the scene that he was The Little Toe to Go. limit, leaving Buffalo October S10.M-Atlanta. Ga., and Return.

L f4"? Up,WJJ case and was ushered Into the library where she sat A comparative anatomist says that 19th 1906. Tickets on sale Sept. 29, 30;
to view' In the hurrying "I dont know, how they do thingsIn the little toe has got to go: that It is a $19.60-X&\v Orleans, La., and re- limit October 7; extension to
America he said after the first useless appendage already showing turn. Tickets on sale Oct October 22.

e1 affentir'picked up her greetings, "but I'm not going to lose signs of degeneration or wltherlbg ober 12th to 15th, Inclusive. $20.70-Richmond, Va., and Return.
( Ittfulbo avoiding her aunt's any more time, I desire, much that away. It Is proved that the horse, in
k 81 Final return limit October 30, Tickets on sale October 1; 1I
q a :mlnnte after you should be my wife, he said sim- the course of several centuries, has f
: leaving: 1906. By depositing ticket I
Into the limit October 8.
g. Ih looked helplessly ply, dropping unconsciously dropped four toes and now travels on
b5'.Ihe,label "Berlin" on German idiom. one and some think that man's pedal with Special Agent, New Or- $44.70-San Francisco and Los Angeles lj

et1liht her eye, and without Miss Dressel had seen the night be- extremities are bound to follow a aim- leans, and paying fee of 50c One Way (second class)

b Puttied dative she tack fore Just what the Intentions of An- liar line of evolution. In the horse It an extension of return limit Tickets on sale daily, Sept. 15

erm, raced her across the ton Ton Stosch were, 'and she had been Is the middle digit which has survivedas can be secured until Novem- to October 31.$37.00Washington. II

Jyed her m, stumbling in trying to make up her mind whetherto the fittest. In man it will be the ber 30. 1906. D. C., and R -
the let the affair run its course or to
cuard put his han She first or great toe. $17.63-Memphis, Tenn., and return. turn-Tickets on sale daily to
f to another flight
close it evade the Issue by ,
Tickets sold October 15th 30 limit October
unawares by the ex- September ;
Slwhere"8aid Mb was taken wholly IB K. Hmrrr.
16th, 17th and 18tb Final 31.
of his attack.
peditiousness An old citizen who had been henpecked -
knocr said her niece des- "But I've only seen you three timesIn all his life was about to die. return limit October 30th. By $46.05-Chicago, 111., and Return- I
life!" she'gasped. "I can't con depositing ticket with Special Tickets sale daily to Sep-
most anywhere out of my His wife felt it her duty to offer him on )
sider"anything of the. kind from a such consolation as she might and said: Agent, Memphis, and payingfee tember 30; limit October 31. l

ateanler:" gasped Miss Yan- man I know so little as that"" -John you are about to go. but I will of 50 cents, an extensionof $54.10-Saratoga, X. V.. and Return I
? said Anton -
don't love another
"You "
follow you. return limit can be secured via New York, allowing ten i

5 e1 steamer. Auk El- Ton Stosch, growing Dressel pale., "but"- "I suppose so, Manda." said the old until November 30, 1906. days' stop over Washington, !
-No said Miss
man weakly, "but so fur as I
) am con-
vii my peace of mind! "Then I'll make my fight" said An- $16.05 Chicago, Illinois and return. Baltimore Philadelphia or i
oa the cerned you don't need to be In any
I'd d! Aunt Kaiser Wilhelm ton Ton Stosch "and I mean ta win. blamed hurry about It!" Tickets on sale daily to Sep- New York. Tickets on sale 1
) Ellen.
b sire q you're a It's life or death to me-and no man tember 30th. Final return daily to September 30; limit \
told '
III.a you so, nor who Is a man will give up his life limit October 31, 1906. October 31. k

'I Etvca without a struggle." Answer Easy. $38.40-Hot Springs, Ark., and re- Many other attractive rates. s
me time, laugh- That was the beginning of one of Nurse (to fond mother of celebrated
turn. Tickets sold daily. further information apply to
"bnt I must say I the prettiest courtships that ever musical prodigy)-Please, mum. Is Master For
, There Final return limit 90 days J. K. McCALL,
\ ; rm glad to 'Is
crossed theY horizon of Washington Willy ave morning sleep of
.. don't think 1 from date of sale. and Ticket Agent.
my- life, and since Anton von Stosch was go on WT 'Is Sixteenth SymphernyT City Passenger
V 4 to face with that a' gentleman as well as a man of Punch.In Daily to September 30th, round JAMES FREEMAN,

promise in his chosen career the June trip summer tourist tickets will be District Passenger Agent

wed'ling bells ,rang merrily over answering advertisements, please on sale to various resorts. Full Information 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

k ** of the last mug -I smiles and happiness and genuine good I mention the Democrat. scWdules, time tables Phone 743.
son, at the White wishes


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: r.\) { e. c ':1 statements .
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1a-1J eralsf"dces'ag "t
i certainly do lay it on thiik W. d;rnJ N
PUBLISHED &VEBY AFTERNOON g .for a moment at propositionthat .
when we like a fellow and we slig '1t .; ,
Government shall own and ,
the ,
t .EXCEPT' -:SUNDAY. ,--- da .. panegyric adjectives at him in.a,way 1';. ,,'fl. no ; tjl 3ttut i 90'! y, -
Inahe cbun ;
i SHERWOODJEdit gr: f&t li1e rfijHnd ondeVful' to ,' 'f- .:U. mJ ;DIIIL..1JIII.
:f' U
# 4> ill, b" halts it thole witktlitt : bj .. It" -- ,. '- .- e ,
.. isnirQUUl ho bat wl ) reputation for
'TPi LIVE OIK PUEUSHIKG f. 1.IJl J: sequences.?:+ nd has An uu the fears HeraMrjiai fofJt'ti@, con-also hospitality and.w.are bound to kelp.Vf : 1 iuia1NQT'At1D : :$pting :Htel.i4C

the problem of hqv thelcov.tnwssL111 "'.

Entered at tha post office,ii.he., vJk the p.$1..ey tasakd Jhqse.: eph wjual'd nieces of ol WATEJtiNEVCIttaOCM./ BOWLU4Q ALLEYS. .'LUAIIOTCONNICTlONs. .

Oak, Florida, as Second Class Mall the roads or parallel every existing Russell Sage have concluded not to PHONE WELL ESUIPP1O TASJLtSr tt6V

I Matter, November 7, 1905. mile of track if the railroad people accept the "handout" provided for S

won't sell out. Its plan is as fol- them in the old man's will and hale RATES REASONABLEADDRESS '

VHE DAILY .DEMOCRAT wilts pe lojro-y Jf "T -- emfoped lawyer 1cnock the'deadtestam
;> ri
'*mailed :Jo any part oj) the United Appointboardlpf perienced.'j nise> :''s ntarf disppsitlons' ip*, PARK HOTEL DOWLINO i 'PORK: FLlDti t

States, postage'prpai_ |, Jo$5. 0jjper capable., honorable ch-engineers'to L o a fmeUphoricahcocked/Tiat, : Old -----

yea i: $%..5.for. Fait jnonthsi appraise"the jalue of tag propert{'of JJ nan Sag$ had larger opportunities. : -

$1.25 .,:I.qf .ta?<;je Jmgniha, Cc each railway system, and-let th&g6vf 'doing D good and did less good than .
$0 cents for five weeks, In advance. Lave Oak
ernment offer the owners that value any man of his generation, and if the
'Delivered to any part of the city N
in Interest bearing bonds. If the
lawyers shall gnaw into his huge estate ;
by carrier for 10 cents per week. owners in case decline
any a price for years to come and it shall
equal'to the 'actual 'ralneof Manufacturers of
"Tireaff "bitterness 'and" heartburnings
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.Few property let the goverment at once and fierce fighting and become an instrument Ice J
Lumber Elect
Member of Congress 2nd Congressional proceed to build a parallel line and of evil to all who touch Shingles} ,. ||

< District: operate It. How? By using 3 per and wither under
legal deprei
}l' PRANK CLARK. of Columbia. c t.:bonds, ',which|would be taken "datlons and away the larger part of it finally Power and Turpentine:

For Justice cf the Supreme Court: e l_premlum- as fast as they; coolbe ,.- get into hands never intendedby =
\ CHAS. B. PARKHlLL.cf EscambU. issued.' To illustrate: "will Electric Lights in any part of tne. city furnish} f|
J JAMES B. WHITF1ELD. of Leon. .. We .. say the man who accumulated ltMit;
that'here' Is a'railroad that'cost'$15.- "will be one of those fine revenges or Business Houses! at a very reasonable. rate. Eecst{;
For Railroad Commissioner: 000 a mile to build and equip. If "
1 NEWTON A. BUTCH of Levy. sometimes worked out by Fate in unexpected -
day and night current-for,manufacturing purpoWholesale ir
the owners refuse to take what it
of Dad,- with nothing lack
R. HUDSON BURR ; quarterst, .? .
0'.MerIIIMj.H9WiC' -, of Rear@sentatites' .1.rlf : would.actually cost to,Nduplicate.this 1 Ing, to its completeness. but the foil and.retail Ice-out of City orders haYd .
rqati, JhfnJ let the j Yer mint duplicate knowledge of the '- business by .
W; L DORMSN, 1. whole. .. tion. and all orders promptly filled. f i
W.H.McCLELLAN. it, that Is parallel It. T iis would' old''Rnasell blmself.9'0# ''''
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solve the problem of purchase in a '
J For Tax :ssessorII re John r., Brown a prominent, and, W, .H., Johnson, O.i:
A. D. EtrlMING. hurry. We need not any of us bin The "bjar> tha "speculative ;
: ( \ iii successful Business) man, of.Tampa,, neighborhood, was 1;
desperate haste to do this thing, : tai '
world is whot
For Tax Collector Utei fellow see {to depress *,
is in, the county on a Visit, to .hia l morning abating ,
J. N. MEEKS, but let us give the railroads time j prices for his own selfish pr;
"- brother, J. M. Brown,of.Rocky Sink, many friends. H.
; to
\ collect their wits, the sit
grasp. poses, and the cotton bear has $isbabltattfpr.the
is ., .. ,
Fos Ct Treasurer: :
and other reljtjy and 'numerousftiendsr l exceptionally fine t!&*
action and understand ; the tQmpei'oj
f ls ] most in NewYo'rk
G. $ : : part
LORD. up
{ 1 : and'; iIe.' came up 'yesterday and cotton is a, little j sages
For Memberber'of SchOOl 8o+rdr 'J: ,'. the< tiiejpossibtlitieof | ;. City. on then Cotton| Exchange spend'a'month In this.and Madison : i
101,. A. AD.uIS. ,- the... future and then they may where he is recognized as the enemy I v ** ;
treat thepeople so nicely that all ,.county / ** V'T5te
,1l.KL CARYE1t.E 0= the Southern far }er because 'heI
f t' .. f ; J & 1\ufy;tall i'th'onghtj]'of gone rieownership t j is J Learn ,Stenograph; King ;
employing businessman
f.WISE. 't'IargImntf 1lUonalr
rMrv Roach
1. i J I. I o eery i rtck ; a II '
it i it
\ pays-better.t. i
( iiappear.EXAMPLE )
Membercounty CommissIOners: may A at "*
F I hIs command to beat down ,bf Muscatlne,, Iowa, who aai'
.. : teaching or'dayf bbo>r'-);
t M. I. BURNETT.J. ;
the price of the Southern farmer'scotton. been spending a.lev day's at; ttowlln? '
C. DAVIS i"Jas.S. only tMYa\'i
J. H. GRANT. \ l9.\K r LADIES.' .; But heif not; the onlyeaemy I IJ Park, left yesterday afternoon, for & sin '
t i Dow'iou'
: .
J. ii. W. A. TISON. We haHUrom/Uma .tattfme referred -, !|f y cotton! groiwj 'foiys sjkietiiae*i home.. He was delighted, ,with the a position by 'U Y"

J.J. DEMPSEY. to the good work of the ladies 'the latter is his own enemy and by Park and'wss much improved by hif I Sontlxgra Business} : .

L of Ocala who have organized and are his Ill-judged haste effectually ,cute visit there; He expects to remain ';
band School. ..
:Up at lJ"e Oak they present good successfully conducting a City Improvement I himself off from a large part of the again 'next',,season. -- ,,,

preachers with?2 50'horses. 'We-hes: SocietyyandVe had hoped legltimaterproi'aolbIa..year:...work. f -r' +rr +es#
The hom Of Dr.g
Itate to,announce: this, lest all the that the ladies Qf Liv@Oak would b e I In his recent address before the Sea iir..; c.. lUbensteln returned', today
__ Brown last
j night oa C ;
a preachers make ajrnsh for .Live Oak, 13timulatedibhs example; ((organ- Islald Cotton Grower7hipvat Taldpa- from Jacksonville he', _went' 'l' :'was''diessed $

,I *tmt* the. generous 5. fcitizens of that.*- jze such-;a society here But thus far I ta, |1Pre:3entHat'wvie. Jordan made with Mrs. Rubenstein. Miss' Bessie being, In' taro Bod CYan &p.*;

place are entitled- to honor for their no;:result Base. fpilowedU; Jt ismost *a a center shot at thiifarmerltuiBblfngove Joe/ too spend the holidays. While sasion atl' a

i. able deeds;Punta Gorda Herafd. appropriate and useful field in I himself to depress the j price there' they were;,the guests of Mr. J E Dowling Brown and Isis,&jf groin*f c

which to employ the energies of pubHcHspIfUed of his own cotton at the openingf and Mrs.' Hl Goldman Mh Rubens

1 he free lunch system on"ih 7acnBonville '"women""wEcrare"nof TShly* the season,*In this shortbut pregnant stien had to return 'to ''business bathes t for was tastily, ,4
i saloon route has beenn abol- anxious to see our city improved* and sentence: r' / \> offitg; jaioily wilf remain 1 greens I most pleasing and floweri isi p tIng

yf )shed by the board of health for good beautified.-.v but desire, to contribute "But talk about bears," he f Jacksonville Lorabsiut, % week"; longer: .f was spent appestat ia tins

a aid .sufficient seasons, and the noble to that end themselves." The other claimed, "there is nob "ltD e ,
various Indoor tnd 'ems
i lltmy obums-fiom fa colder climatewho sex 'would undoubtedly give a gen :would so d.angeroua. toTth ottongt4'fa I' J.- F. 'Sherwood -arrived- here, last ,
\: I until'a late' houwta Swere :
",' "make"-=Jacksonville every- wtnJer .erou?: and effective/co-operation inthework 'th \ farmed xej,Ol1us s night,, and was kept busy' until 11 '

L wUl see in this another conspiracy 7 .,* in the way, of' practical asistance s.;. 1 his sotto upon the :market.." wen o'clock this morning trying to receive! .geryed In It d rtJ

"' the classes'against. the'masses.I .' .t and if the ladles of Live Oak there ls:no del uuid.f f it." M, ; the] greetings,of hIS many friends'i' Among those presat DowlUl vst!1.
-r would organize such a society it .. here,, when business called him tofDunnellon. Ita
tenza Lee LeI"%k
The Alachua Post crows mightily would be a matter of common pridewith ,- The Author's Meaning. Mr.. Sherwood, has morerlends : I i Faa;
Sue Hemming
"pyer the magnificent record of',20_0 .us all ,to help make.it a success There are several anecdotes which: '( in Citrus county than anyone burg; VelP :

new paid subscribers entered ,on its These remarks haves been suggested 1I bear out the theory that a competent else; and he would have to stay here j ja t Daisy Carmita McClenny Grubb and.oeJi

books this week. The Post' Ii a by the, following from,the Ocala Sta I I I and reverent commentator may sometimes month to'see them all. Even the *! Bs
| and Messrs. YandeH
,mighty fine little paper and it is which shows the ,
practical good now i expound a work of genius moreeffecti"ely deer in the big scrub are his warm Bai2a;
entitled to the rich appreciation iis being accomplished in that city by than Its writer himself friends, because he was never known Dowling, Charlie Frta J

'! receiving from its constituents. A the ladies of the City Improvement t could do, especially such works'as, to hurt any of them, and he has been I Marvin Howard Butler Baisden, Fred BariI : -
'really deserving newspaper is always Society and how the business men are with them '
:!: tend to the allegorical. quite often.-Citrus County TtFia
tis Grubb and Jack
, practically 'to win
sure out. giving them material co-operation When the famous mystic Bohmewas Chronicle. I

and assistance. on his deathbed it is related I Dtt
j. Tom Dixon'a "Clansman," has "The ladies of the City Improvement that some of his followers came to Because we say it it deosn't makeit I STAR\"ISG TO

again started on a tour of the South Society are proud of a piece o f him with the request that he would true, and if we didn't say it, it I Because her stomach n

, 4 A very determined effort was made work they have just finished, and I!j explain a certain more than usually would be true all the same. The Live !'ened by useless druEPI ;
last year by the press, both North and their is The i Oak Daily Democrat is Mrs. Tdntil
i pride a just one. ladies i! (cryptic passage in his writings. He the best daily could net eat,

South, to write the play down, bu have paved a sidewalk, four feet wide j puzzled over it to no purpose. "My paper for its age in the South, considering of St. Clair St., ColM*

it didn't succeed and it seems to have and 905 feet long, from the end ofOklawaha [I dear children" he said as he laid population and the field surrounding literally starving to'4 '

I as much drawing power as ever, avenue to Lover's lane, the book feebly aside, "when I wrote. it. It Is the effort of the I writes: "My stomach In;

I When we think of "Uncle Tom's Cab leading out to Greenwood cemetery, !this I understood its meaning, and 'management to give the people oLive f 1 I from useless drugs that 1r

in" we are fully reconciled to "The and have done the work well, fintbavlng ,I i no doubt the omnisicient God did. He Oak the very best paper it Is I r eat, and my nerves *> f!

Clansman." placed substantial wood may still remember It, but I have for possible to give them and the daily I I I could not sleep: M1

curbing to hold the material in place. i gotten." should go into every home in Live was given up to die *'1'

Editor Howard, of the Orlando Ri e- The Ocala Lime Company very ge nAvery i similar story is told of oth Oak and into many outside of it. try Electric Bitters; "t

i porter-Star, is a candidate for mayo erously donated the lime rock for the-ier authors--perhaps with as much It is only ten cents a week, delivered ful result that 1mpro

of Orlando and as his competitor,of work, and thereby enabled the ladies truth. Klopstock, the German poet and anybody can afford that. at once, and a complete .

the Democrat gives him a moat eloquent to do the work at a very low cost i whom his admirers rashly compared ed." Best health Tonit5DC.

endorsement he must be the Judge W. S. Bullock will shortly to :Milton was once questioned at Marshal W. H. Lyle; has torn np Guaranteed bl.:
rs r right man for the place. It won't always build a sidewalk from the end of the Gottinggen as to the exact meaning a section of the board walk on the Groover druggists. i

do to put full faith in the criticism one the ladies have just built, pa tof, one of his stanzas. He read it north side of Howard street, just i,

of a competitor but what he his property and connecting with the' over once or twice and then deliver- fin front of the Davis blacksmith shop. Dissolgti1- I

says in praise can generally be takenat end of the walk on Oklawaha avenue. i jed this judgment: "I cannot remem. All of these old board walks should The copartnership

its face value. Some editors make The following firms have agreed to' her what I meant when I wrote Jt, be removed, they are both unsightly sling between C. B. BJ;;

mighty good mayors-look at "Lum" place seats along the way. through!' but I do remember that it was one and dangerous, and in their place A. L. Humphreyi w4*

Smith over at Madison. Lover's lane, that pedestrians may toi the finest things I ever wrote and tile or Augusta gravel walks should name of Florida NoreW J

I and rest as they pass along: Mclve rjyou I cannot do better than devote be put down. The latter is cheaper this day dissolved, A. L I

The news comes from Virginia that & MacKay. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. your lives to the discovery of Itsmeanlng than plank and are much better retiring. C. E. HnoW!

war is to be made on Senator Daniel, Marion Farms stables, J. A. Pittman,I ."-Manchester Guardian. while the former is as handsome a tinue the business >&&

of that State, because he refuses to & Son Helvenston Pastuer. R. E. walk as anybody could want and in bilities and collecting!:J

swallow Mr. Bryan's doctrine of government Younge & Co., W. J. Chambers, Fred WELL WORTH TRl XG. the long run they save the property C. & l.

ownership, and the Senator: Weihe. The City Improvement So W. H. Brown, the papular pension ]owners money because of their dura IL.HT*
will have vigorous opposition for reelection ciety has a number of other and substantial ]bility. 180
j I attorney, of Pittsfield, Yt.. says: September 21, -
because of it. :Mr. Daniel improvements under
ad'fise-I "Next to a pension, the best thing to -ter
is in lots of good Democratic company ment, and will make them as --- -
get is Dr. King'sew Life Pills." He
in his objections to :Mr. Bryan' possible, and a great deal of good
writes: "they keep my family in E. A.
"ultimate" remedy, and it is thoroughly work will be done this fall and win CRAWFORD
splendid health. Quick cure for
silly to seriously talk about ter."
Headache. Constipation and Biliousne
retiring him from the Senate for
any; SS
s. 25c. Guaranteed at Barclay --- = BROKERS=
such reason. It is evidently a cunning In his Atlanta speech Mr. Bryan & Groo e.'s drug store.

pretext on the part of some politician said during his opening remarks: !
who wants to be Senator from "The only embarrassment I havein :Mrs. Joe Sherouse U in Jacksonville STOCKS AND

Virginia himself and has been heretofore coming to Georgia is that they undergoing treatment for her

short of a reason for announcing always introduce me with such eloquence eyes. After finishing a course of .

his candidacy. A majority of the that I am ashamed to folioing w treatment at the skilled hands of We have at present an investment which(

political leaders of the South th those who introduce me. You havea Dr. C. Drew, she will go to Dowling yield from 10 to 30 cent monty

just as Mr.. Daniel does on the government style down south that we cannot Park for a lengthy vacation with her per per

ownership question and it imitate. Your warmer blood your "home folks," ]fir. and Mrs. F. M. capital invested, with practically no *

would be, as just and logical to send imagination, fills your speeches with Dowling, returning to Tampa in See us about it.

them all back to private life as to I flowers while we in the north have about six or eight weeks.-Tampa

: defeat the Virginia Senator. I such long winters that we must just Tribune. Correspondents: V. P. Randolph & Co. Capes

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Will's Pttttf'Sdilr Ri&eig.: ,Remetttber-whe '6#' -

:U1tlfto JI a4 qI1.Pi gripe1or laja ff&: ,p!-* h_ yoQka 1-q $nX .. -
# ?,u SO.ld!. .yACJtybgrmaeY: .. [ thing else of.Abe!>:Ipj daBQokJ3uppy:; J .."\ .,t .r'.c t t1.z ..ar'" '- ........ .. .." a

':*' q *,. Co.,.r/m het a chain a *.to., *. 7 two$25.Q4Qrises. J ij /, 1J.r "
MgT1e$14hg : :MI.E' -
eltk o E-l'Ni.E" 1U1
s i V
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n.Upe.t opeatRr Ufa.. diiiyLiye i....a .' r. 7' 0 j .1 t'1' : ClE
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ffr- : : r'z:!:t.J... / ,. .
!day. .OakjWlUi. Ui.fam- 1tlt HptTatnm' brothefol3tra I011! V
'"' "e; ..'... .. \ .rho, Dalbeen: here for aeverardays:: : '
J J. .J .I..I. .. 3N -
'-' : J looking. after There business Affair's; :
._, .) .Apd.on. O'Brien! left yesterday' afternoon. >for.: .hls 4 .-NewGoods. Stylish :and Tay!J'

.,UD yesterday, alternooa: and home at.;I eLand,, .. J : /l -" .. ." ., .-,.,... .... ... -. :
!-been, .spendlag. today la ,the N .
vcarry ,Mrs, Surrency,.who",has, been fit 4/: THE :BOSTON .- ,
'. '. : ; : lUng her, 4aught.er.lra. Edwards in "V ;
} .- : a to g,stock uof .fine 1"ampa. has.returned: -to IJv Oak and '

,clids.an4 print hem, ,.neatly is spending a,week with her_ .daughter, j will,as never beto etryto ovup : : '
!). styledesired-at the Democrat Mrs. W, J., Hlllman. ,. :. tihe /
: :"I Prevailing Fashions this' Sea .
I s "
} ; : f_ S E.' B. 'McLeran, a prominent citizen 1 therefore the Ladies arc invited .
1 sons
'ij. .Halton.. of the Rocky Sink and'busin ss man of Wellborn, ,, re
Uont;one of the good farmers of "'U..ln., the city yesterday sAakinghands 'to call.-Too.early;to list'goods' ,
-c'o I ty,.wa tidhettt this'morn- with ..hisi4vpOalt friends oi t :
but look for future
fl notices .: :,, ,: ,
[whom he has a. host hre, "
: "
ncf' & 'p' ers are! making a .'Hon.,' W.' ,B,: avis, judge. lawyer" =_1 :'School. Bags for the ;Chl1dren11. ,N

of lie Band Brand Can- 'banker and goodness, only ,knows .-> .J 'r '* .

at IS. cerfts per pound.. Nothing' what all else, was in,,the. ., city yesterday : :( "j ,
It. : ,- afternoonon his to Lake'city .
; / way .
to see Judge Palmer'\' oJ
,. J, E Woodward left t LI / Mrs.-C. Bache
today ... 4, W.
Branford. where he goes to Miss Mabel Wood. one of Live ., ;
charge of the school.which opens Oak's sweetest 'and most attractive t l\

.. young ladies, ,. left yesterday', afternoon 4.f ''''7 7'i lr 7iii1C 7 i 7'i''''''
: -- for a few days'visit to friendsin' .. : ,
., .. ,, .
: | books I Who waits school Jacksonville and 'other 'points. :
? Who haa school bjbpkst The -'. ,
] ; : Book':Supply Co./ .always .a Paul Burnett' is a happy man.
line. Yesterday morning a fine boy'arrived
; his'house s 'to'.become) a permanent Butler Brothers
,Blanche Burnett who Is boarder 'for a 'term*'of'many 'years. ,

: at Ellaville. ca'me,>.oy. r. to I Mother" and. "son are both doing, 'nicely. :. .. '. .
nd Saturday and. Sunday with.the .
folks. ... .' W. J. Hillman of'Live Oak, arrived I "t. ,

: } I 'i : in the' city last night and is among
L. White came up from, hiq mill'! the guests'at the'Aragon. Capt Hillman Eall' fi ods.'Vinter Goods

: Padlock, yesterday afternoon,_ .He, ; : is one of, the asta e's' most progressive .

: the mill. la getting. out. a, lot.J of i turpentine. orperators. .-Times : i ' ," 4. .
,now.. Union. *- "
,', 1 ; ". .. ..: Arriving; daily 't : *i 1' 1 .

; Rev. Curtis Grubb, rector;: of\the The. 'wise min.'orrwoman" i:the one. '..:, 'f' .: Select'and Complete) ine'\'i 3 1fe, '
Chrucb,. goes to. Alton .to who" relieves,little ills'of this.'sort bya'ilttle.dose . ., J -. ,aftjtw *
: to fill his regular appointment I : .. .,. '.. ,. '1"' -. 1 .. ." : .' "' J..' ".'
otf )odolFor"Dypsepsia.digests
: tomorrow, ". what'you eat and uts .
: .J\ p your. ..ElegantJhie M.en'ErShitts. :
'". r.Dul Stomach. back, into. .$.ape., Sold by
your grove es.from Surrency "City Pharmacy.\ .
] Powers and Vet' a. chance atithe, '
; .,hamT painted chhta. You' ./The Vnfai.t Ii: child of"Mr.' and" ra.JxC.aIanter :
be a lucxy. one.,. ? : : whp lives a;short "disice. -' Men's Hats :Jen's: Shoes
,/ .
.,f r. -s.Mrs. west,of+Live'Oak, d ied.at thehome
: : Reuben Newlan little' t ','u'.
fiits; parents Thursday, ..Th'eremans
> ( j .
,-, left this. morning for an Mt Gilleadyesterday '
L were ..burled at .
visit to friends and ,}ela- morning, v :. : :': '. .' ,.

in'South Carolina.: T, "
I ...
Among' the ell-,known Floridiansregistering BUTLER BROTHERS ;
LOST-A railroad mileage book at: the,'Aragon. yesterday"
iii"a' about BOO miles issued to were Charles H. 'Brown a'ud A, Lee .
\V. Edmons ,Finder please Humphreys of. I4ve Oak, who were in > '

to Democr. office. t;, the city on 'business, guests at the MEN'S 'OUTFITTERS -
,Aragon.Times=Unlon. S
R. L. Dowling, vice-president of

Dowling LumberNaval Stores A. S. Johnson, of the Newburn section -
., went to Jacksonville yesterday one of the best farmers in the Live Oak Florida

on a business trip. t county, was in Live Oak this morn- ,

I.i, ing. Albert says if he don't have
Suwannee. Bakery has opened in any bad luck from now on he'll makea I

C. T. McDaniel sto ", opposite good crop this year.I -
court house. Fres/ cakes and =. l'I X2SS%:

daily.-SuwannejBjkery./ i I Prof. Boyd who has had charge'of Funtin r
tn the school at Rixford left this Waterman Pens g

Miss Sallie Byrd left yesterday:; af- morning for a short visit to friends >
Gillette Razors and Blades
for Rixford. where she will and relatives at Anthony. He will j

several days as the guest of return in a few days to take up his ;
Kodaks Brownie CamerasHuyler's
I sister, Mrs. S. J. Formyduval. work in the school room. ,
: I
rites for school
Don't pay fun
/ Little Misses Sallie Porter and Ja-
J when you/can buy rebound and nie, McGehee, returned this morning
as( good as new at very low from a delightful visit to Georgia. Victor Talking Machine and Records t

s at IHoi'lda' Book Supplj Co. They report having had a fine time,

but are glad to get back home. We 1
Beautiful plaid sUks in all colors are also glad to have them. Suwannee !
display In Miss/M. V. Edwards' Drug CompanyEvery

Don't faiU to, see them they : Good for the cough, removes the

Just arrived and are beautiful I cold, the cause of the cough. That's =. ,f
i the work of Kennedy's Laxative
; We are mating \10.000 to 20.000 Honey and Tar-the original laxa- rI

& per day. Can fill large or tive cough syrup. Contains no opi, Description of Job Work
orders promptly. See our pri-
ates. Sold by City Pharmacy.J. I I
/ Live Oak Mfg. Co. can be done by t

7 I F. Sherwood President of the
Red Band Bran Bon Bons are Live Oak Publishing Co., returned Live Oak Publishing !
/ Company.
i as fine as an bon bons to be yesterday afternoon from Dunnellon. ,

anywhere, ai they are much where he went on a business trip .I"
at Surrerjty & Powers Try for the company. He brought back .

I with him several large orders for THE ORIGINALThe
I job printing. i
Miss Annie Mills, who has been!I Idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on f1eNNEDiS
the school at Rocky Sink Sine yesterday morning Horry i the bowels.and thus assist In expelling colds from
this morning for Hildreth where' Hair has been stepping around as' the system is new and original in Kennedy's t
will take charge of that school proud as a man with a corner on the Laxative Honey and Tar. Nearly all other cough i
i cotton crop of the world, and inquiry cures are constipating,especially those containing -
revealed the fact that it's a girl, as Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and !

Mrs. John Johnson of Lake City, I pretty and sweet as any little lady Tar moves the bowels, contains no Opiates.LAXATIVE gy. i lY
d in the city today at noon and ,, ever was.
; n :
,spend several days visiting her S
A. C. Johnson, in the Pine Miss Corrie McClinton arrived in A certain, safe and harmless remedy for 1;
section. the city yesterday and will take a all Coughs, Colds Croup. Whooping Cough !
couple of days rest before going to La Grippe Bronchitis, Influenza and all Lung ;
Rev. T, J. Phillips, who Is well work Monday. Miss Corrie will be and Bronchial affections. Mothers praise tha 1
by almost everybody in Live this year as she was last, a memberof children's favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey ,
arrived in the city yesterday the faculty of the Suwannee High and Tar ,
will spend several days here the School. She is an excellent teacher TAR
est of his daughter Mrs. S. J. and her pupils are devoted to her, COUCH SYRUP :

Mr. Phillips has most of his and without an exception they will! '
.par.eS tt the Labor.tory of L C. D.WITT A CO.. CHICAGO V. 8. A.
here now and the reunion was be delighted to know that she is back:
very pleasant one yesterday after- and will take her old place In the
.- school for another term. by City Pharmacy. l

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s Tr -
,- -, -' .
._ m.-..-_- _... __..jrshousThaTflTa i ; < .
- -- rooms four of which H n41'ecl-an4 Sixty,Sham of the par W HelTe& tH. A.'Lee Ssfflfc 1 yt. t.taabsto mil

JI A rend .fU Glaa. large and two of which arepainted value of One'Hundred '(f 100.99) 'dot-} F. E. Taomaaoa,:Walt ;;;fJ:4Chu. Sri :

seen almost only impocslble thaen,for-1k:,n fwtol'Btfckiv'are very on tae Inside\ also a double-' lars each.'Ten pei cent of said capital' H. Browa -uc -'T. 'S. Ba&den,

hall monnt /or5 to wed eblmjieyinlflBeio tit :itch; stock shall be paid for' In, 'cash, of' to 'me all well kaowaraa"* l wt''tori ; K an act (tdreehn
s Anajtoejlw woodj
# ; k, TBa
of hh, Pacific' coast Return of the e'nJ An outhouse and a cistern ate collaterals,equiralent"to cash, before_ e ;to be the peisoa4l''drifl*< : be and n is

big tree..rtaa.ea mmoD.U..poaWt cm"Wrloter1t> 1I1deuJibe the' 'corporation shill transact any C andwhosubscribe: to-and'txWufced; right iaeet h

tttmpT but the itioat'wwdetluf thbf put into good condition should. business; and,the balance of said capital I the foregoing article for proposed el 'aadt eatasae.er 4b

"b utJ thew big tree* b hat they'are any*.one prferl: cistern waterf jk fifeinsurance" stock' shall' be paid In- at snch charter for '"The"UT8 Oak Brick t and soay enter .

.asare 17MRL .t n the resf j>f t$$ top; of 270 'wOS time and in such manner'as the :Supply Company* 'and'Who'jeie UI ioror
| ;'gpe '
e.sfy. Toe ,Pacificcoaat bears only a .. policy. .._ _- c the eompsasat3wi to bs -
t'eiith of our woodland but nearly halfof the sale of the .place the policy ex-, Board of Directors may require. And acknowledge'befor %&that tier ex. of share way beconsidered benefits t.b. tb.d
.our Umber. An average acre .tba.BciSky re..l10.S, Ae little lan j- }be\weJ.Il certificates of stock' shall be issued 'ecttted: the Vme for the use' and par-. Sec na The hesislyof

mountain forest 'yteldi/qae id "uteri fence on theN"ud Evaia'. to'the, 'respectY?' stock, holders upon poses therein expressed. ) .i

two thousand board feet of lumber;'fn the S. belongs to'the plot of ton land! i. the' payment {ten' per' ent: 'of the In witness whereof, I have hereunto :theopis the

_ the southern forest three to four thousand dwkytf. ( .E. G. EVANS; capital 'stock; by :,said stock holderSas iet'mjr'"bind-'and official1'eaFln them for worst.

: In the northern. ; forest; flour. to #... .o '" .. ,-J., T' .. represented by shares held by Live Oak Suwaanee County. Florida Approved Ids. 19f -
air thousand. An average acre o'if the Intention to Apply For Let 'r ..
of '
A 'D.
Notice i <" .* each stock holder so' payinThe : this 17th day September ,
Pacific coast yields! fifteen to:,Ntntl. : 'tew'Patent. 1Vnder nine
and form of said certificate shall be prescribed i 1906. Constitution
thousand. Telescope the southern of the S
Rocky mountain forests:tosa the north= : and by virtue of the laws_of by the by-laws or the cor (Seal) -J; F. HARRELL eam.lp hereby ameaded s.of.

era on top of them ,and stuff the. central Ii the State_ot Florida, notice is hereby : poration. < Notary Public.My yjj"Section; The salary <, 1t

Into the chinks and. 'acre(for acre\ given' that the undersigned have associated The Term For Which The Corpora Supreme Court shaB U fan
July 13th.
commission :expires ; dollars a rest The nasty
the Pacific forest wW outweigh them 'and ,do,' hereby, associate tion' Shall Exist. 1907. shall b. tbjMdollut tbs ouyyd ttr5 ytm
all American Magazine. themselves together for the purpos@of t ARTICLE IV. That the yea foregoing.

,-, ,-.- becoming incorporated a body politic Section 1. The corporation shall Article V of the CoaaUtu iS5
ELECTION.. and the
"l bare lived to thank God that all my and: ,will on, the' 19th' day of exist and continue for' a period of. NOTICE > the State same fen shall awiwTSS b*suboritJijT*** stYt

prayer have nut been anawered.-Jeaa October A. D., 1906 apply to, Hon: Ninety-nine years unless sooner 'dissolved . .. : : Section general election 1. Artid.of Z1C1Kt rrmiMa-s i,.'i *a e

, Ingelow.* -- I 1 N. B. Broward, Governor of the State according to law. To the Sheriff, of Suwannee County, Approved May 81st m.

ot Florida for letters patent incorporating Of the State of Florida: m7.3 RI.
"TO CURE A FELLON." ,I I Officer by Which The Business,is to That the'follo'
the "Live Oak ;Brick and ing sotbiaM i
Be Transacted. Bo it Known, That I,. H. CLAY the Constitutiaftfttti*StStf fw
says' Sam;: Kendall,, of 'Phllllpaburr.KAo. i Supply Company';_under .the' follow. CRAWFORD Secretary- of"'State' of to the Judiciary Deprtm yh

'j'u'it cover it bver.:with Buck- charter the original'of ARTICLE V., lion z9 of esid ArtielYbs tag des
ing proposed
the State of Florida; do hereby give by arr.e i t.and shaft b.sv
lea's the Salve will in Section 1, ,The ,business of the of the state at the general
Arnica Salve and which is now on file the office of that
notice a the brat Tuesday liter the smfafeJ
do: fha feaLH. 'Quickest: 'cure': for the.;Secretary"!>t: State.?, :'for'th&State. corporation shall be conducted' by and General Election her. A. D.. 1906. for atiArstiteng

Sores ScaldL Wounds of Floridan under the control, ,and managementof
itna"Jol1aL section39. TM N ,d
will be held in Suwannee County
Silt ;: '- Board. of five directors a president each of the Criminal
:Piles Rheum Chapped "Rl J. "Taylor.WlJlHUlmaii.. c.n.
., Eczema, .",,*- ...... vice State of 'florida. on, Tuesday. next t hereafter to be.by .eafa4j
funds, Sore Feet and "Sore 'Eyei : president, secretary ; the county where nib court i *
and succeeding! the first Monday in Nov shall be aa followi: in eoaatiHai w9ftftea
treasurer a gen.eral man-
25c at Barclay t: Groover's drug B.V.. Helvenston. ,
LltionaaWI pepwatwn.Fens tbasatai
Provided'that ember. A. 'D., 1906, the said Tues I .
tor 9uarant A. Lee Humphreys. ager., the offices counties of from aft es t sw5thousand.
"'d'r I : day being the .p.p a&tio.. hate
i ". -- :;- < .'-. Chas. H. FI3 OW a. of .secretary and treasurer may counties of from tweitj-1 *tiTmf
:: be filled by one and the same person; Sixth Day of NovemberFor five thousand popuktxa. tM tab*
; F. ,E. Thomaaon.
FOR CASH BALE.FouVquarteracre'Iota" -- One Representative of the Second and in counties of more this thing*
.. Walter J..Bryson. and provided that the number of population tweoty-fly houM flies
: In on&will directors may be changed from time Congressional District o! Floridain repealing;any still parts 'tf.ill, y
J. C. Balsdcn. bon in conflict .
be sold to the highest bidder 12 F. H. Bremrr. to time by the laws of the corpora- the .SixtiethCongress of' the Approved June I. 1M.mcI..

o'clock Tuesday noon September T. '8. BaiSden. tion, provided that there shall be United States. j .&xm
That the follow llf aawodmasi b
For Two Railroad Commissioners for
:,25,, 190'. 'en the the following plan: Proposed Charter of "The 'Live Oak at no time less than three directors the Constitution of the: Suit it rest
the .
the State of Florida. to Judiciary DepartBK&l
(1) The 'bidden wlll'declde what 'Brick' &: Supply Company.' nor more than five., tines 4O 41. U. "-.... 46.4A u4 a.at
., See ,2. All of said directors and Two :Justices of the Supreme'. Court V. he and the care sea hereby ,,
:'they can {Ire for the place and then The undersigned hereby associate of the State of Florida. be submitted to the elsctm ttbtti
themselves for the officers shall be chosen from among general election to be bead w ta feUr -
,send their bids by mall or telegram'to together purposeof i the stock holders of the corporationat For Two Members of the House of the first Monday to N.....,*,.!.
forming a corporation under the ratification or rejection, to-wS
Mr. E. G. Evans 115 10thstreetif. the annual meetings of the stockholders Representatives of the State of S< laws of the State of Florida, under county of Escsmhi's. whsasvw to

; W., Washington, D. C. A bidder the following proposed charter: to be held In the.City of Live Florida. county shall. determias af t*** J'
For County Assessor of Taxes. votes east on the Qutiomst sir
:may change his bid as often aa he Name and Place of Bosines Oak, Florida, on the first Tuesdayin a eo.rt of record and then sheet Ii a

: November of each year, each stockholder For Tax Collector.For court whoshallb* appeiawl bytb _
wishes but the last bid will be taken. ARTICLE I. eoonmcdby the Senate who iWiilM a

: Thew blda will be: received until 8 I Section 1.'The name of the corporation having aa many votes as he County Treasurer six years and whoM salary shaft bias
, For Five County Commissioners.For five hundred dollars a ysw. sjiUi.< s
: ;o'clock Monday night September 24. shall be "The Live Oak has shares paid for in the corporationand the county: of Escambia. Tat ofeu:

: In06. Every bidder will 'make hll"I Brick & Supply Company." until the next said annual election Three Members Public of- the County record the BOW eitatoshai otoptrtcrremidd iaEitulu* aMstMtt,1iG;, a

:) .letteri and figure plain so there' will' Sec,, 2V The principal place of and, until their successors are Board of Instruction.For anted the a* htm**i
all officers of such criminal wart tf ac
Justice of the Peace in and for
)t [be ,mistake, as to what the person business of the corporation 'shall be elected and Qualified. The directors be officers *f such court af isctrtikitthe an
the following Justice' Districts. duties', sad receive the v ta.<
! 111 eani. No fictitious 'nor initial in the' City of Live Oak In Suwannee shall be T. S. Baisden of Live Oak until the elfciratioa of their"nsattn;

[names will be considered. county Florida; but the corporationshall Florida; C. 'H. Brown of Live Oak Viz: No. 3, No. 4. No. 5;No. 6, No. SeetioR 4 The said cem'" Jobri1 a

7, No.: 8, No. 10, No. II1 No: 12, exchuive oricinal Jurudicnoi efii M a
Florida F. H. Bremer. of Live Oak
At o'clock ;
(2) 12 Tuesday noon have the right to establish net capital, which haB ariM li lieD

(September, 1306 Mr. E. G. branches at any point within the Stateof Florida; R. J. Taylor of 'Live Oak No.: IS, No. 14. No. 15, No. '16 and and with ahall the Cwuit have in Court Eacambei and Chert**&Me.e

I [Evans will telegraph ,the highest bidder Florida. Florida; and A. Lee Humphreys oLive f No IT. county theiinu oriSasi i t
For Constable In and for the follow cues and natter*a*the tires*coati to|
3; If the bid' warraaU the sale, General Nature of. The Business to Oak. Florida; and until the next judge of sal county: aad th awcM' r

f: naming the,amount stated in his bid. annual election, and until their successors ing Justice Districts, viz: No. 1, No. ; writs of mandamus, injunetae eacertioreri. <
: Be Transacted.. prohibition habeas,**
tJ{ ,At the same' time 'Mr. E. G. Evans are elected and qualified. T. t', No. 3, No.'4, No. 5, No. 6':,No. 7, proper and neceuary to (ae eeafiM .,

: ARTICLE II. S. Bals'den. 'of No. 8, No. 10, No.. 11,' No. 12, No. their jurisdiction a* the eireaH MIl**
I will telegraph the address of the wing Live Oak Florida Judge of aid- county eicej* ae .*
Section 1. The. general, nature of 13, No 14. IB No. 16 and thorlty to and en MM lSection41 "
j ner and his }figures to the Live Oak shall be president; B. W. Helvenston Nr' annunonf ahaFW
the business to be transacted the There
Bank Live OakFlorida./ The by of Live Oak, Florida, shall be vice- No. 17.InTestimony. ': court in each year. .
corporation shall be to buy sell Section C. There shah .. a4 .
; eat bidder will hl1h-1 I president A. Lee of Whereof, I have hereunto -
go immediately ; Humphreys, Live prosecuting attorney .... Aa *.*

pay the amount over to the Live Oak mine, make and manufacture all Oak Florida: shall be ,secretary and i set my hand and affixed the the Governor and eotfirwa1 !kf ta 'a
who shall hold his office for tern .**
kinds of brick cement stone and
Bank. Live Oak Florida;, or If the treasurer and F. H. Bremer, of Live great Seal of the State of Florida, pencation shall be fixed by la*.

winner 'be -not in Live Oak Florida, limes; to buy and sell and manufacture Oak, Florida, general manager The at Tallahassee, the Capital, this shall Section be prosecuted 44. AU oSttmt upon tafemoM Uis9lr ft sc 45

he will immediately telegraph his all kinds of building material, : duties of the said officers and directors th first day of September A. D. to be filed by the proeeeuu *.. -
grand jury of the Circuit scarf f as
blinds mantels household furniture 5
money to the Live Oak Hank, Liver shall be prescribed by the bylawsof 1906. may indict for any offense ttWN :

Oak Florida. and fixtures; to hold buy sell or the corporation.Limit (L.S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD, of record. Upon the ending el *' *"
\ the circuit judge shall eo MUie badsa
lease and otherwise engage in and of for trial in the court of iwsrA
(3) As soon as the money Is paid of Indebtedness. '. Secretary State. j
in real estate to buy and sell and be upon information.
over the Live Oak Bank will tele- ; To J. H. Rickerson, Sheriff of Su- Section 45. The clerk W std ..
otherwise deal in all kinds of per- ARTICLE VI. elected by the elector ef In-**"
graph Mr. E. G. Evans his
at expense. wannee County. shall hold office for four JtIII'- *
sonal property and chattels to en- Section 1. The highest amountof .
F Mr. E. G. Evans immediately tel- ; uon shall be fixed cy law. i babia
gage in a general wholesale and retail indebtedness or liability to which county shall be U e ...*"
egraph an attorney at Live Oak, Fla., NOTICE Of ELECTION. court and his duties and mercantile business, to buy and. the corporation may at any time sub- Section 46. The same n1-
to make the 'transfer. Should the WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1905. under the practice which obtain ia tke-** "f
sell all kinds of dry goods, groceries, ject itself shall not exceed twice the Constitution of -*""
highest bidder show a disposition to 1885. of the State of Florida, did county shall obtain in the CKW ..
!. pass five Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments laws relative to criminal....<*., .
amount of
I supplies and notions, furniture and the capital stock of the
delay action it may mean that he to the Constitution of the State of Florida, and as otherwise provided sebd.
'is I I hardware and to have all power nec- corporation. the same were agreed to by a vote of three- control the court of ntm,
not sincere, therefore after due fifths of all the tI
members elected ease
to each House: may be had from the -7-
course of time, the Bank would be essary and incident to a general Names and Residences of the Sub that the vote on said Joint Resolutions were entered cuit court of another eouatr fr *. ..

wholesale and retail business to deal scribing Incorporators and the upon thier respective Journals with yeas and under the laws preeve
'telegraphed to, drop the name and ; and nays thereon and they did determine and venue from the .:1
then in stocks, bonds, notes, mortgagesand Number of Shares Subscribed For direct that said Joint resolutions be submitted to circuit court of another;swstf ..
the next highest' name and the electors of the State at the General Election may in his discretion ordit *. .
amount would be sent to the bank. all evidences of indebtedness.Sec. By Each. in November. 1906. Escambia county or of aay qtb"Lr
H. CLAV.CKAWFORD;Sec one or more term <* parts.M**
2. The corporation shall have ARTICLE VII. rettory State the
"> When_eYerything Is agreeably set of of State of Florida, do hereby of record. Any civil rinse k WJ

.tled.. all bidders''will be' informed of and enjoy all rower, rights _and privileges Section 1. The names, places of give notice that aGENII, Qualification may be tried of before the judge a r f.tt r..la, **,.,3'|.

'their standing, on the list and beiearUlythanked of, coporation'sf of, this class residence and the amount of capital <,I, ELECTIONwill may be tried by a judge ad k*?* **

under the laws of the State of Flori- stock of the subscribing incorporators be held in each county in Florida on Tuesday ferred to the circuit court" U"* s3
for entering the contest next succeeding the first Monday in November, of any other county in the ,.
There -will' be no' for da., -Tovsue and be sued in.,its corporate are as follows, to wit: A. D., 1906. the said Tuesday being the ing to the same previrona a* """
way a ; ceedings in the circuit court* "-
j : bidder find, out from Mr. E. I.j capacity] to contract,_,and be F. H. Bremer, Live Oak, Florida, SIXTH DAY Of NOVEMBER Sectipn 4L The Supr+B. t...sf J" s

j Evans what another baa bid. contracted with; to issue certificates, 20 shares.R. for Resolutions the ratification or rejection of the said Joint and shall in have equity appellate onginatinc jllwiet4re Bi UIII TV.varri. a; 7*

i stocks and for the J. Taylor Live Oak Florida proponing Amendments to the Constitution and in cases of conviction J f _, .
These.loja are situated In the heart )bondf corporation. ; of the State of Florida vix; of record. The circuit snort *"*

of the city of Live Oak Florida. to deal in judgments and decrees and 45 shares.W. ARTICUS XXVUL. shall have final aopellate iart"** s

to all those J. Hillman Live Oak That the following amendment to Article XVI demeanors tried in the court ";'
Bound north by 'Qe. '"Homstoa's :do' things not Florida rvrsWaof '
rge of the Constitution of the State of Florida be and psyls or writs of error
place E. By Shackelford with its charter and not Inconsistent 10 shares.B. it is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to record,whether to' :'"
; S. oi
by Dexter
; -
I the electors of the State at the general cuit Court shall be presec '"
j 'Y i bj vHmyton street. j\hey plot with th e, Corporate? laws ofthe W. Helvenston. Live Oak, Florida be held on the first Tuesday afterthefirtt election Monday to and according to the WIll rulr.1) +ar 94':
.. i in November. A. D., 1906 for ratification proceedings from the Circ1i1&
saidState" ot 'Florida. 5 shares.A. or rejec.
of land: is about an acre. The exact tion. P, preme CourtApproved '

measurements can be gotten'at'Clerk Capital Stock.ARTICLE Lee Humphreys, Live Oak, Flor- Section S2. The Governor the Comptroller the June 61905._ J
Treasurer the Attorney General and the Commissioner
of Court's office, Live Oak, Florida. III. ida, 25 shares.F. of Apiculture of the State of Florida and- AaTiCU ZxxlLfAtd i
E. Thomason Live Oak their successors in offic:< are hereby constituted That the following amendtneo9
Florida I7eA
The location is admirably suited for Section 1. The amount of the. and designated as a board of drainage commissioners of the Constitution of the S .I
: 5 shares. and are hereby authorized and agreed to *.* j
either dwelling 'or business houses. empowered to the same is hereby 7"
capital stock authorized by the :'
establish *
a system canals drains, levees, dikes mitted to the electors of the T !5
Practically a well-built new house poration shall be Sixteen Thousand Walter J. Bryson, Live Oak Flor- and reservoirs of such dimension and depths, as m eral election in 1906 for ratiAca f Lt4
the judgment of said board of drainage branch of tae t l
ida, 10 shares. eommia. Section 1. Either JJ
is situated upon one of the lots. The (116.000) dollars, divided into One stoners is deemed advisable to drain and reclaim a regular session thereof. $ *epl
Chas. H. Brown, Live Oak, Flor the swamp and overflowed lands within the State meat to this Constitution: and "jsgreed ..
of Florida, or such parts or portions thereof as is to by three Efths ef aHj the S |
ida, 25 shares.T. deemed best by said board of drainage commissioners ed to each house. such P P*5jo ffl*1
S. Baisdea Live Oak, Florida, from time to time and to provide for the be ent.etedupon their reapeCtiv ..7...a
irrigation of the lands
I reclaimed and to maintain the yeas and nays and shall be p :
5 shares.J. suA canals drains levees dikes and reservoirs in newspaper in each eountywbere !..!f f''
such manner as will be most advantageous: to the month rm2.5'
published for one
C. Baisden, Live Oak Florida,, territory so drained the State of Florida its in the next general election of h2De c'
10 shares. habitants and the commerce thereof. which election the same shall M %
Section 33. That the board of drainage com. electors of the State for approwl \111 F-
SUWANNEE R. J. Taylor.W. missioners are hereby authorized and empowered a majority of the electors voting gpoIIII 0
BAKERY to establish drainage districts and fix the boundaries menu at such election shall d /sOE
J. Hillman. thereof in the State of Florida. That the menu the same shall\become part syv r
B. W. Helvenston. board of drainage commissioners be and it U au- tution. The proposed am? el II pas'
thorized and empowered to eJedDI1!' .J
prepare a list or lists submitted as to enable the
A. Lee Humphreys.Chas of all the alluvial or swamp and overflowed taxable amendment separately AU a' e'
lands within such drainage district or districts at the election at which this ia J *lIS
Bread, Cake Pies, Etc. H. Brown.F. and levy thereon an acreage tax not exceeding to/ore adopted by the electors **.u .,4
ten cents per acre per annnmn to be fixed a part of the Constitution from -
E. Thomason.
annually by said board of drainage commissioners, adoption of the same.
Walter J. Bryson. and the various tax assessors of the various counties Approved June 6 1905.
; eft
Cakes made special to ,order. Cream Bread a embraced in part or in whole within such The votes east in eomphsaee
J. C. Baisden. drainage district or districts shall receive such amendments and the < nT** $
list or lists and enter the same upon the tax rolls thereof,shall be subjettd.it/4k inlativna +
At the old Racket F. II. Bremer.T. of the county or counties in which returns '":
Specialty. Store in front of such lands may and restrictions as arc lu? :&..
S. Baisden. lie and the amount so levied by the board of drainage General Elections in the State Of--bad:; i
commissioners in such manner and yvt i
form WHluo,1
; the Court House Clegg and Knowles Props. STATE OF FLORIDA may be presenbed by the board of drainage commisaiouera as TESTIMONY hand and affixed tile C
I from time to time.which amounts shall of J
betel : atrJ.t
I Suwannee County. be collected by the various tax colleetors of the C pital this 5Jst ..
counties wherein such levees have been _
Before me personally came F. H. made as 1900. 11'1:;
pap are in accordance with kw H.CU fl
I Bremer, R. J. Taylor W. J. HillmanB. ,, and ofjidrainage over said amounts collected to the board
commissioners said commissioners To J. H. EICKEFSOK.


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10 t i '.JI pi3nettot f mount,?lua,au\,.bole islbfc .. io1
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of eurtouf eaipts tid?t czti>ior$eat : -

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make this 1 U .1' 40p'Lv_Ji..U. :-- 1. aoL" 1 w...Ga. s3..Ry7ty.Lv '----'! :
aiting.- opportunities for Ivestrnetit'but statement simply became 1 i0p112 15p'Lv..Savaa.ab.LAf. alGa L..Mana. Ge.a. Rg.Lv #0I
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triopn. lE G +ee+beta y. .
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| these op- | see convinces. oa thAt the ''tittle '.L 2it ao.l.tt: # uriBe.-: P. Ar.C at'anga c.1R1.L.TS.1t1.LY, 1i.

planet Is extremely mountainous, for 'Ua..L Ar..Ricbasn ...L. I =pAt Lezin' =to, LQ.A .Lv i
7 .u. Ioc
do not 04| tbe "end" exposed" to. ,our view UTa 4 toP Ar..w-hlNrs.-L.,! "OLy 40p Cu S'satU.1I&t1.i.OQA Q .LY
"portunities come J I tt945s& 1 lOp At.ClluIottMYWeul t Big 4.Ar :
there are no less thU(3.QIAeats.. 1 top A*..Wuhiqta..Ly' f lOa .,.. ni..Big&Ly \ k
varying: in height from 2,000) feet to U 39a 11 Sop Ar..Baltimar..L.' i'i5P L"CiJIe't'tJ hLl-.Ar \ .
1 t 35a Ar.W. PhilLv T lOa Ar.ChIcuo h. LiMe.L., .
Jiryweek month i.
,: or even four miles. When we' consider the fact .! asp.!3oa Ar.. N.wYork..L" 8 tip Lv.Cinc'atn C.H.tAAr

IiL7Lir'_) .>l that this lunarlan world is only ,onethirtysecond Not. Shad 31,-".-.- yOrk sod I'IoricIa tx- 7 B4 ArCfcieacoM.kfe tcLT f 1urea. -
In the ) part as' Urge as the .," Daily Pullman Drawing Boom Sleeping 6 45p .Cia'aati C.H.&n.M '. \: :
ear. meantime earth It deserves Car Port Tampa and Jacksonville to New York. S 20a Ar-Totedo-C. H.*D/Lv v
y we can easily see why -
No*. SO -"Waahm ton and Flood T 25a Ar Detroit Mnh.KM.tT ..... ,.
$ the title of the "planet of great Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleep-I
New York. Dining Car lOp LT CiB'natLBif FoarJU
be incCar Jacksonville to .
should ;
money ,, earning mopntalns. There Is a peculiar thing: jtfa Ar Cleveland<
about these 30.000 moon peaks., Each No.a0 ,THKOUCH LIMP or fill Sir* b SOp Lv.LtxInctaiv&..fip.Ar I. 1- p.
can 8 lOp LT.L0uivilto..S. ..._Lv '
end it if EDt of them baa ringliks "
Something; every one a
7S5pLv_. Jacksonville. Fla. ...-Ar Ijg Ar.St.Louis.-.a Ry.Lt V
form, the open end of the-conIcal point 12 ISa Lv..Savannah. Ga._Ar 10 02a Ar-Annuton. A S.Ry-Lv *
: it in bank. being of greater or lesser diameter, according 1 QOaAr.IfiOpAr._.Columbia. S. C... ....Lv 12 Ola Ar.Birm'him.AS.R/.Lv .r
place this | .--... Aahvilta. N-- C..Lv ( 06p Ar-Memphia-.Fnaeo..Lv & r
you -to the height of the mountain. .' ..
2 Top Ar. H .t Spring N. C !"" 940a Ar Kansas City FnscoLt. ''.a -
In a, low .grade telescope these peaks COOpAr.SSOaAr._.X v 1e.Tena.Lv 8 30p L.lemphia. Tenn. .Ar ..4 ;
FIRST NATIONAL BANK resemble true volcanoes, but 'wben 612pAr._:_..Louisville.St Lows.. Mo.Ky..Lv-_.Lv t 2OaiAr.Hnt gpringg.ArV..Lv' ..

THE viewed through a high grade glass it U 8 15a _- .....Cineinnatt O......_..IL.No.30.Daily Pullnuui
Drawing Room Buffet
OAK seen that the depression in the center ON Sleeping Car Betwtea JackiomTiie. Headersoa.ALL ..
t 10 t ,I'.;'l' 1 ol the::queer'"ring mountain" U often TRAINS. Till*. Aikvillft Hot Springy KaozuiU and Ciaciarnatti .

( so great as to be below'tha general

J" ;j. : "r'1' level of the surrounding country. The No. 18-Florida Limited-Daily SulId Ywtibol Train.. Ttroujh day eoaehM and >'onaae p:
B.:8ROWNpresident.: : C. A. HARDEE,q ice'Pr depth of these depressions U calcu- to Atlanta. Chattanooga and Cwenuiatti Ala Pullman Sleeping Car Jeaiu*
.J ]E. HOU,,Ouhier.. W; J. HILLMAN. J es.t lated In a curious manner by figuringon to Colorado Spring CoL.Tia Birmingham. Honphia. Kanau City,

I .
1. '
; the relative shadows they cast
JAMES FREEMAN. Dutnct Passenger Agent 108 W.Bay St.JaeLaoaTffl,FU. .. .
when the "sun' Is'shining full upon S.HtHARDWICK.P.T.M-.B.TAYLOR a r A. BROOKS MORGAN.A, them. The diameter of these "ring .

mountaln varies greatly some.of tbe
larger ones being 50. 100 'or even 130;: "

!, FLORIDA RAILWAY.SCHEDULE. miles while the smaller look' like'postholes ; Oak Perry & GulfRailroad

when viewed through a good tel- .
!WfPH:ALL TRAINS- 'ON.,S.. U. L. R7. AND A.'C.: L.'RY; AT LIVE: OAK t fcop t" .'

?" ; ctzxrwt.'rrtta. READ- UP, :.......1'. H. wants-tk. Earth. I ". Company.SCHEDULE :; t !
.rrr :
*Time 'have since the poet
EFFECTIVE APRIL too'l* ; 1'1 :
No.1. \ No..t wrote "Man wants but little here be-

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lhon Expreu g. eitO .. t g. ttl
Excep\ : ... f 0 NO +
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3 THE BREATH OF LIFE. 1IaJMtl'ul Passenger b STATIONS. :. Zb 4 q z i C xaa dal
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._ ._. : PmI Daily eL a.
.. ._... ... strongest animal of its size the gorilla Daily Sunday Only
t .. ,at" : .Poster. ...... ..___.Lv. io 00 a m 6 30 p mt4 .A.M. P.M. .
also has the largest lungs. Powerful -
Leave Leave Arriv. Arrive Arrive Arrlvs
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Live 0.11
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learned 850 Lv .5j p ; 2 !1CY-
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L/-. ,,. "1( 1.") t_. At&.b .: ':' ; :...:...A.t. 500 p m Groover MAYO and ALTON t t.

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t U. do f.inner In New York had A. 1d. P--M--: P. K. A. :
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.. .. 1.8 __. something of a rei>ut.Uioa as a litigant. 9.00 UO 5.10 Dowlinw 'ark 8.01 Arrive 1.30 Arrive.
1.1.b _;. .. -.Salt Road. __.Lv. 8 51a m S 30 pm 8.51
U lIe had ,a peculiar twist about his 9.10 4..10 5.22 i Mayo Junction 1.58 3.20 s-- 2.44

I5 a 0. .-... 1 ...w.__ -.Aa2k 1d._._' __.Lv. 840 a m 255 pm mouth when he talked, due to some 1.23 9.38 U3 5.08 5.34 5.4-1 Peterson Clark U T.35 1.10 1.00 2.33 2.23I

1111 aLv-I ..---,..._.ChArlton.... __....Lv. 833am 240pm muscular affection, which gave a striking 10.00 a'-5.30 I 5.56 I Mao a 1.20 a Z,48 8.11
Ar 1010 Ar UO Ar 6.02 Alton Lv 7.00
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L U effect to his utterances. His ol Inel
4.I 1,+v Keene..L,. 823 a m 220 pm hliurs toll of that he made Regular atop Connection made at Dowling Park for all trains to and from Live Oak.and Perry
J 8.0 ;; a trip For information to connections with other line.. 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent
t 1.0 a Lv_...-...._Fenb2.6 way.-..___.....Lv. 815 a m 210 pm to see his lawyers on a certain occasion 'phone 147. Lewin Buikim Live Oak.

.II b a:,-.-------..._ Denmark ._......__.Lv. 8 08 amI 85 y \\heue had made up his mind tom ; THOMAS DOWLING. President R. P. HOPKINS. General Paueozer AgentSEABOARD
I 3.1 have a lawsuit He sat down with his
e 5 x 9, ,.......Perry--.--........._....Lv. 800am 120pmr I lawyer and laid out his case before

't him at length. The lawyer said "Well,

4*** rii TaUpkoBeSUtio (f) Flag Station ( ) Register. (a) Regular Stop. (a)I on that statement you haven't anycase.
** T. P. ALSTON, Superintendent. ." The old man hitched his trou- I

tittH. Caaaral Pauenger Agent sers nervously, twitched his face and

hastily replied, "Well, I can tell It another
.. way.-Case and Comment Air Line RailwayFor

UNTIC COAST LINE The Dominion of Cammda. Savannah Columbia Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh,
The Dominion of Canada came into

existence on July 1, 1GG7. The provo Richmond, Washington, Baltimore Philadelphia, New York.
ince of Canada was divided Into upper

Florida Georgia Alabama and lower Canada which divisions are
known now as Ontario and Quebec re Three Elegant Trains DvJy

Virginia North spectively. It was subsequently augmented SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
Carolina and
by the province of Manitoba
and the Northwest Territories in 1870. SEABOARD EXPRESS .

South Carolina. by British Columbia in 1S71 and Prince SEABOARD MAIL I
Edward Island In 1373 and now Includes
, t'.
the whole of British North

The Great Highway of Travel fromNorm
y Wireless Whttpcr SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pullman -

.. Mrs. Windfall-Just imagine Hiram! Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonvilleand

apt West South One of the sailors just told me that this New York via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augustine

boat is now in communication with her 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays.
sister ship. I wonder what the conversation

is about. Mr. Windf all-IIumph!
Most likely each Is asking the other if f

IDA AND WEST LIMITED her cargo Is on stralght-Puck. Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans. .

INDIA Forjfull. Information and Sl"ppr reservations call j'
Fitness. on any agent of Seaboard or write .

AND NEW YORK EXPRESS. Author (invited to a very poor dinner S. C. BOYLSTON JR.,

-.....-. to himself A miserable dinner! Assistant General Passenger Agent. I'
I'll have to take care that I don't let JACKSONVILLE.FLA. I

HONI60MERY anything witty slip out Fliegende i

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

VIA ATLANTA. Neutrals are soused from above and Notice is hereby given that undei on Monday the first day of October. r

: '-- singed from lelow.-German Proverb. and by virtue of an order issuingout i A. D. 1906 between the legal hoursof t

1 i of the court of the County Judge, sale of said day, and at the front I.

CARS AND THROUGH COACHES ON ALL'JRAINS.Jjatet DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is best. in and for Suwannee county, Flor- door of the court house in Suwannee

Line mileage books good to all points, via all Get DeWitt's. Good for everythinga ida, dated the 31st day of August county, Fla., bid on and sell at pub-
A. D. 1906 wherein and wherebythe lic out-cry to the highest bidder
Eaat salve Is used for, including piles.
.w as Washington, and as far West as St. Louis Sold by City Pharmacy. undersigned as administrator of therefor, for cash, the following des- ,,
, Orleans; rates $25,00. the estate of J. A. Adams, late of cribed land, or so much thereof as .1

. CONSULT Suwannee county, Florida, deceased, may be necessary to pay the indebtedness -
THE PURPLE fOLDER. Buy your School Books and was authorized to make sale of so of the aforesaid estate, to-wit:

a l aiy fun information regarding rates, Pullman reserva- School Supplies at much of the real estate of said decedent The W % of the NW /i of section ;

"* es as may be necessary to satisfythe eight (8), in Township four (4), 4
call on your nearest ticket agent, or write, Florida Book Supply Co. '
indebtedness of said estate, I. south of Range fifteen (15) east lying .t
&oQON. Dist Pass. Agent 133 W. St Jacksonville F1a.of
Bay ,
T' T,Pass.Agent,138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. We will treat you right and give J. H. Wetherington, as administrator I and being situate the county of ,
" .* of the estate of the said J. A. Adams Suwannee and state of Florida.J. .
*Pi'U Traffic Manager General Offices Wilmington, N. C. you a chance to win two
-e" Agent, Geaeral Offices,,Wilmington, N. C. $25.00 prizes. deceased, for the purpose of paying, H. WETHERINGTON.. .




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: Madras Prints, all colors, regular 7c values, at, per yard ,- -. 5c IEji 4 i .n f .-,} p' ]!1n: ta' }!St' : .q'j fit. ,
i best Stockings in town for school wear pair 10 12 I 1-2 and 25c E ,. .
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t 31 Boy's Suits. and extra Pants, the best values ever shown :in this line. '50 dozens ; -

i 3 extra Pants for the school boys, per pair. -' 25c to $1.00' Sifc ,i No Job too large' and lQne' fo'cf small fer

t l Dresses,for the schoolgirls, ", all sizes( each, .-. :;.t ': '- 50c to $2.00 to. handle. Everything in jhe Print:

Misses' Skirts, all sizes, each ." "V"J $1.00 $4.00 R 1imJt '
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31 Misses'' Shirt Waists, Peter.Pan styles, all f colors all prices : .\ ', ., .' ( .. .,\-4\'. :
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"STATIONERYior'schoolchildren..This'is-a-new'line-we have added, and is very

I i "complete..* The values\ we give.the, chlldren t will soon make our store ,, Ei f '...
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i Headquarters Children I OUR STOCK ,of ,Bonds L5nen..and Rag papers i I."

Just think! 'w sell a Pencil Tablet.of'480 pages for -,. % ,' ..-rd' -, 5.Q, EI the largest carried in Florida," and With. .
equipped modern Printing Plant; new type, andati
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Smaller ..
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3 Every.''department is full of High Grade Seasonable Merchandise remember the pricesare will convince ',
right. Do. not fail to visit our ready-to-wear..department. You will finds the largest
assortment of Skirts, Shirt-Waists, House 'Dresses, Kimonas and .everything made to wear:

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l. SUNDAtI in St. Luke's Church at 7:30. This will insure excellent singing. Callie. Williams. R. W. Bennett.andJ. A recent.v1s1tor.t4tht-
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 1906. Eld King Is a noted revivalist so we F,,, Sherwood. .-Mr.. Q. H. Kelly tie mnbeUe -
I i Holy Communion at 7:00 o'clock. can promise -Ithe 'people excellent The teachers who came up later in -. now the aovthen-
Methodist. ORDER OF BUSINESS. preaching, good singing'comfortableseats afternoon and took part in the recep- -
I Howard Dutlll_ Pastor. 1. Reading and. ,approving min electric fans and every tion were: Misses Mamie Cherry of the 0. F F and JL, Raii> j
Sunday school at 9:45 a: m.,,L.;E. utes Of last meeting. body,-is cordially invited to attend 4 Corrle McCIinton, Fannie Crozier, Kelly came Into National te
I Roberson' SuperintendentPreaching ,-... 2.' Motions, resolutions notices. Services every evening during the Be ilah Benne_ tt.,Ijnd Prof. L. B. Ed-. seventies as the orgaalieri'lonal
at 11 'a. m.. and 730. 3. "Organizing.tsftora to par- week at 7:30$ i,wards.. .Rev C. ,A. Ridley, pastor of- Grange. The GrMft'
p. m< ishes and missions, 'Woman's.Auxil. I the Baptist church was also presentat the American tea
rage among
,/ Subject for the morning hour, "The iary. Mothers' Club. the reception.
( Personal Touch.... Introduced by Archdeacon Good- The Mothers' Club met at the res- MRE. C. E. HUMPHREYS. 'number of yean and ti&!,
At the evening hour song service win. idence of Mrs. C. S. Brown yesterday Reporter. some strength in the ]IDftk i
f and sermon. 4. The Florida.Church News. afternoon and was called to order by I II fI Mr. Kelly has lived to i
I both_An services.excellent musical program at Recess.Statement by the Editor. I the President Mrs. C. N. Hildreth, f News,Comments of State Capita! beaten little fisting: fill*?1
Jr. gulf grow to a place.wltfci
The Epworth League devotional P. M. j Devotional services contacted by (Continued from Page One.) roseate as its superb wsa
meeting'for Monday night" 'calledoff I 1.The Higher Criticism of the Rev. C. A. Ridley. Flint River so the draught of our J. P. Williams President
.. on account of the educational rallyat Bible by Rev, G. H. Ward S. T, B.,. A short business session was en-!i steamers can be increased. Throna- F. and A., has annoatcrffc
the Court House Prayer and praise : 2.. Discussion.. ;g ".....,' i tered into during which it was de- i teeska the Indians named our river, tion of deepening the ciiM
service on Wednesday, .'at. 7:30 p. m. 3. Reply.. '_; y cided to purchase a piano to,be used : which means Flint River. The bot- if the government will Po
4. Creed, Prayers, Benediction. in the Kindergarten, and a sufficient tom of the river channel is almost preparing to build! a mire*j
At The Baptist Church. Recess. I amount was collected to make a payment solid flint and when the bouldersare pier out from tte'hoteltoIs"alreaay"wateT'ot
There will be no preaching at the Evening prayer and sermon by the I on same. removed'the Improvements 'will -and ...i
Baptist church at 11 o'clock but the Rt. Rev. The Bishop of Floridaat !\ A committee consisting of Mrs. W. be permanent. What we .want is for large-vess 11 to epter'l';
pastor will preach at 7:30 p. m., and: 7:30 p. m. i H. Lyle and Mrs. R. W. 'Bennett, was for. appropriation, to'be.:sufficiently -1 ereatlyifacilitat: ;ship }*\ 4 I
administer the ordinance of baptism Second Advent Church. '< appointed to select the instrument. large*".to--Accomplishthis; :<.Hecetofoie -' ,1- :11(Kelly>; aa'fo rjDir1\a
'following the sermon. The doors of j The, meeting then adjourned and all the appropriations have been 1 1of Washington,D.Cf 6uf1o'..::
the Church will be opened and .some The revival services wiil begin to- repaired to the spacious dining room; distributed, in small amounts which his hom>.at Ca'a elle.
are expected to alu. morrow.. where delightful refreshments were has noU resulted'in as !great .benefit': .atFlbrli&3i4 k 414 : t'.
Everybody cordially invited to be I Services at;the usual hours. Eld. served which were enjoyed by all, as one large appropriation .would" he, is now establishini
r with us. Rem mb'erthe hour 7:30 J. P. King, of Wilmington, N. C., the only regret being that we could have, given .. \ ,. at! rtbf1l1!J1 Y"f F1tt::
starp.f will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30P. not have all the teachers with us. j "There is something restful and white sand brick from t $1ll<,
t m. Among' those present were: Mrs.C. satisfying about TaUahafesefc,, It :wilii"so ab'undaat-iqa>James IA:
Episcopal. The subject for the morning will i. N. Hildr thL C. E. Sanburg, F. E. I| always be so unless you cut the trees 'sandttierefalft'einUesail'granulated .
Sunday school|,9:30 a..'m. be *0ur Influence for Good or Evil Thomason A. D. Hemming, 'A. G. 'out I and pave the streets" he added. sugar coarse.P t
v'!'. Lay service at 11 a. m Making the World Better or Worse." Rouse S. Powell, M. )J. Cherry, M. |1"1 hope we will, wake up' and, pave erring r ;
I Everybody cordially invited to at- At the evening service ,the subject '|'J. Mills ,Cfaas.-McLeod, R. L. West- i the streets i some*'day,"*answered,,r,'i 1t1 efhaps"due td It&D4i -
tend both Sunday-school and service. will be: "The Footprints of the I 1 moreland, C. T. McDaniel D. E: Horn, : ':qllt tbe\t1es are sacred, to all Tailahasseeax ,,of1ahadt4at tie mOOD ?':.
Programme. Flocks" from the Songs of Solomon. L. F. Ingersoll, Will Peavy, Sid Con- 1 surely) 'jou WOUld tot]''rabelle i ,clearaywhere j'.aIdEt
TUESDAY OCTOBER 2, 1906 Arrangements have been made ner, W. H. Lyle: C. E. Humphreys Have .them-'cut!"*'" "Nof they;,!are'. '. k..ln <
Evening prayer and Missionary ad- with Prof. D. E. Arnold, the noted G. S. Goggins, A. S. York. C. A. Rid half the charm of the place." was his glory of the starlight thet"',
dress the Rev.. J. Lindsay Patton, vocalist, to conduct the W v*
by song service.MONEY ley Walter Blume W. K. Collins, reply. ('no words to 4escribe ;
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:o.. 4 I l For $150 I will give you the combined course (Bookkeeping, Stenography and-TYP? ':I

I ing), pay your board and room-rent for six months. y i
-t I old addage and a very true I Or, for $88 I will give you a complete course (four months) in Bookkeeping and Bad''

-+ one too. Anyone'' says our great financier or Stenography and Typewriting, and pay your board and room-rent. Fiv InOJ< : :.

f "can make money" but the amount for only $100. i

I + you make will depend entirely upon your If you want tuition alone, I will give you a Life Scholarship for $50. Or five months foilI
qualifications. A day laborer can make :

t from $1.25 to $1,50 a day while a bookkeeper I have trained thousands of young men and women for clercial work, and placed hem in f? ;
or stenographer can make from $15 I positions. I will do the same for.you if you place yourself under our instruction at the ;t.I ;
+ to $25 a week. I propose to give you a '
training that commands a good salary, and I SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE :
also propose to save you, money in getting it.
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