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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 24, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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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 )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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COTTON CROP a: ,
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AL'LT Outlook, for Jackson H1. '
IT WAR ] County Is Not 'SORT TO'ARSIS: Miss Mamie BaUentlne and P. A. TO GO TO
Bright. ', CUBA HAVEBEEN
I. .DESIG- .
PourneU, and Miss Eula Ballen-
(lROFS ,. I i ,f. \ SATED
Marianna Sept. 24.-Repdrtsfroia 't. I tine and P. H. Ward

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I 'JdCkson"cbnnty"show' that Married. .- ., ,.. .
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the cotton gop is nearly 50 per cent HAVANA; DISAPPOINTED. .

fllJID.iBY MOB less 'than. '. last. year,; '. This; means &' ', .-; Rev. C. A. Ridley was missed by FUNSTON KNOWS PLANS

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great deal to the farmers and merch- .
,. his congregation yesterday morning, .
ants i of this county as'the' cehsu T ,
reports Many Believe that Peace Cannot Last '
f J out-Wot> LaSfd Alarm Sonndgtf show that7acksbnvcount'y grows '''Ithoni'lt Is Enforced*By ., and upon !inquiry, it was found that Port -

Pnlkd From Street more,cotton than any ,othervthree AmericamArmy' he had gone to the home of Mr. J. :A, Tampa, Xorfoik'Newport News
Are Be
to Points
of Mobilization
counties in the This Ballentine to -
State. : condition near Luravllle performa

?ttn and Beaten and the fact' that cotton; has! fallen double' ceremony for a couple 'of of 5,000 Soldiers 't, .

-tjf'T' so'much }'A price will very; likely:i Havana, Sept. 24- ll gentlemen, who were getting ,two of
classes are
t, Sept 23.-1 a. m.sgalnjt .- cause a hard year for the farmers. Mr. Ballentlne's'girls.. ';The contracting .. '. ,

tie negroes, :----t r now waiting for the,conditions. under. parties were Hiss:Mamie Ballen Washington Sept. 24.-Vigorous

tat- ceeo miouldering'here for ROAD' TO ST. JOSEPH' BAY: 'which tranquility will, likely be restored tine and Mr. Pinkney A. Pournellj} work Is in progress in preparation for

fixing to repeated attacks In' Cuba, and disappointment Miss Eula Ballentine and Mr' Patrick any possible eventuation the

white women, was ." .1 Henry Ward.-: Mr/Ponrnell.1s trouble in Cuba. There
sEon Charier Has Been Granted to $200- is expressed on everyrslde because of a conductor greater
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? ?erce' whimb ( ) 000 Railroad'Company '' the likelihood of on the Live Oak Perry & Gulf aajvity, In' b 9tJf: Oa[ jaVcjy "and; the ,
l peace being brought '
Lults : ; than 'at any'ttme the'
s upow Railroad and Mrt Ward if member navy since war
Atlanta Sept. 21.-A 'charteVwasgranted about without armed American inter (
[ jegroes occurred in rapid11TH of Mr: 'Reynold's5; company of with Spain. Careful, and systematic
today by. Secretary of State vention., ,
i- of V. ) Wrought Iron arrangements are being made in
Range
men now stationed -
( o fci ito tb,'fib.Y; Cairo and Gulf ,That the.differences. the opposIng -I '
f : '
t at qc la., Both gentlemen are every branch of,.the, military service
temight,, inflamed by the deIfestissMdls Railroad Company with authorized factions could be. reconciled- was men of! fine personal appearance and for active! work 1he" field, A .
capitalization of 200000. The line not generally believed to be possible : formidable Amermanwar
be- fleet
of
white men strong character. The Misses BallenI : '
proposed is to be 180 mileslong until yesterday;when it was announced -'
a 1[ mobs and every. I tines were known throughout the ships already, Jf in- ,Cuban waters
.and {will traverse) that the Liberals and the insurgents
Douglass .Ba -
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m* .e is read 4 }fie- ; county as, two of Suwannee's ,most and the army only awaits a ,signal
ker, Mitchell and had empowered 'eommlttee"torepresent
Grady a
JHt eafferbeating: and, in counties handsome ''and accomplished women. from .President, Roosevelt to movein-
Georgia and Gadsden them before the American .
Liberty and I
death.sisafzht. The;unions seem auspicious, and.the foreetd. Cuba. f., : 'I
.three negroes were Calhoun, ,counties, In Florida terminating' -I mediators.' 1 future bright_ with blessing- both Detailed" plans' for an: invasion" 'of'Cuba
at' St Joseph bay on the gulf.PRESBYTERIAN Secretary of War Taft is cognizant I | >
I te lire been ki d'bY-'the e couples. have been worked 'out by the ,

H.B. to'believed the total will -- of this general opinion, that peace can] The, minister used only one ,cere- general staff of the,army, W n Ge.n.

'Ii.en...when.,4l the4ailaauasiaywhicb..occurred 'f ,LlTIGA.TIONQE.x '. not last unless it is enforced by an]I mony for all four the parties which Frederick Funston left 'Washingtonthis
,. "\}\} r"cibEt:>. '.'s4'1 "; t > American army but he considers that afternoon' ,
'; was listened to by a large and enthusiastic.host for 'Havana he knew
It'ls the 'duty of the\United States to'
I fan! : "* of friends :who had gathered exactly what troops would be order-
|sii a total of BX this weekiiIWtc. Memorable Legal Battler"Betwe"enLoyalists give the republic another chance, and';, from all 'the, surrounding country ed to Cuba in. the event of a decision

.! '\ i! t .-t and Unionists.LnNashville believes that it would be bad 'policy i j I to join:In the'festivities.. There were by the President in favor of armed" "
,TeDD esseis, S V1 for the United States tolieep a forcein
'thi cites today, the vic- I -\. .-, Cuba no attendants only a little girl sister Intervention; how,those troops would
: longerthan
required
to
b scrbYn g for aid P" ..Tenn.Sept. ,24.- -Aft er. laying ': of the brides, who bore the two'wed- be mobilized; from ,what ports In, fhiV'!
supervise the down of arms
|os la time to prevent serl a memorable legal battle a decision ,'ding rings and held them until needed country, they would embark for, the
He said today that if the Liberals and -
1111 lu 4he ',Cumberland Presbyterian Injunction by the minister. It waa a solemn} Island, and what means the government -'
Moderatesharmonize their differences
>,other case, a horribly cruel case was handed down at and :"yet l Ughtful'6cca$1oD. and Jt ie ,has secured for the transportation ,
the' .
United States must
iGtrlteif upon the in, f y&tel JTenu.7: ,bf..cJ lCjJWcell6f' Qearf, regardthe Democrat is only one, of ,hundredswho of the invading force, '', '
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compact ,as made in good faith.
; don.He extend congratulations- "and the Troops ,Already Selected,'.
vt scouring the 'woods''in sustained that part of the injunction Permanency.. 'Questioned. best of'good will.. It i .
admitted
was the War
T* Department -
" q t rtbt men w tic comfrisaults. ;which: restrains: the bringing, :That peace will come as. the result today that the; troops foV
service
.' t of more than, one suit in the effort to" of the mediation of the UtedStatesis A Runaway*. Horse.- ,, in Cuba already- had been'prepared -/'
oreita "r t
Deemed during thehi settle the ;
questions between the .
Loyalists now believed by Cabana, reg"ardlessof Some little excitement was creatQdSaturday ,for"th 'c ipalg l"o-" Intlma4 ,

i tie victims.tailed td Iden- and'Unionists. party affiliation.. but ,whether it afternoon by a runaway Hon of either the number or ,of the'
..Q i'Tefl d .ius: tbtywere, The tWo organizations are'to retain I I
..1... .of'>. 'Jt r 'jnt their names and 'organizations' will be on terms which will. insure horse on Ohio avenue. The wagon to present location of the troops. ;,however -,,

permanent tranquillty'is is questioned. which, the horse was hitched was de- was' obtainable. '

*; | nro,ltt9 began to- use. the common-- ,church' property. ;. molished in front of the Worth- In the view of well-informed officers -;
attli
'J era- q arters on alternately rnlngs; afternoons. and, Mrs. T. P. Alston and llittle daughter -. Stephens Co.'s ,store and the horse it, Is believed the force detailed -
afiJ oveirthe -
city; evenings Rie, who have been spending went on across the railroad. The horse for the Cuban service numbers at

ttuistilepiovQment\ agains 1 The Unionists are allowed to con several months with relatives in and wagon were the property of least 5,000 men, and that it will con

.r*.1.111. tinue th publication and. sale of the. Georgia returned home yesterday. George Burnett. No damage was done sist of infantry cavalry and'llght'
I ,d negroes'of t[; _the church' rituals. :
: We are delighted to have them back. beyond the injury to the wagon. artillery. It is expected that the
1 wherever one was found ,
- I1lOme., roops, jf ordered to Cuba will be
of these cases, the

i Mere..the beaten beating badly resulted: and in in THE CAREER OF DON. COLUMBUS! DREW at News mobilized Port and Tampa at a Norfolk part Fla.of them and possibly Newport



. :1 ---. While the War Department has
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the
.IQ'I; riot alarm was

n
? armories ready to
1 Jft it my moment Florida Great and Valuable Service transports to carry an expeditionaryforce

, tarafieet at of 5,000 men it has arranged to
11:30' 'a
, 1t use for the transportation of the

J- !VO,nepoee, .assembled, in_ and (Col.- -R. W..Davis.in' Tampa. Tribune- ) Instruction and J. J. Dickinson Adjutant throughout the whole South, a politi- troops nearly a score of harbor boat
toe on'Decatur'street 1 %
,
led trouble I|I General. All these except Wil- cal revolution has taken place and it each of which is able to carry about
The Fire The wretched days of reconstruction -
, was 'called out and dis- liam D. Bloxham and George P. is our hope that now the race issue 300 men and their necessary equip- .,
about which I have heretofore
,
; Raney have followed their ments and supplies. ;.
s crowd by turning..the hose Chief to in politics with all its accompanying -
written were to be fought to an end i
.) the other shore lamented by a grateful evils will pass away, and that intelligence Supply Bureau all Busy.

. Ie&ro.aa killed b7 a niob In and <\a' long-suffering" people were to I people. Since that time William |I i and integrity will dominate The three great supply bureaus of i

i ',the Piedmont Hotel. 'redeemed. The credit of the State I D. Bloxham has himself given the wthout regard to color or previous the War Department-the quartermaster -
.tae mob8ieem was gone at home and abroad. The|State two brilliant terms as Governor condition." t
to lack commissary and m dlca -are
1 acd there obligations of the Commonwealth. and Geo. P. Raney has graced the No better
are hppes that selection for the important prepared to take care of the army,
r t sill mbsi the counties and the municipalitiesat seat on the Supreme Bench as Chief .
e.I and responsible office of Comptroller and all of them are engaged in work.. J
however, the depreciated value.of fifty centson Justice. Thousands will join me in could
are still being have been made than ing out the details of an expedition. Jr
*tie Attars and beaten.' the dollar and even less, and wishing for each of them long lives that of Columbus Drew. Though of Horses and mules are being purchased -

,bI ""'bow! to have been billed. known under the' 'pseudonym of of happiness and continued useful- the same name, he was not related i ii in the West; medical and ,subsistence -

at 1 Ire swatting orders to "scrip" floated broadcast as thick as ness. For myself I can never cease to the Governor and was appointedto i; supplies are being brought I

, the'ti6h leaves in Vallambrosa. The revolution to love and honor the who
\i& but It now men stood I this office only because of his Unquestioned in large quantities at some of the

1 able that things will quiet came in 1876 when the Democratic by us in the days that tried men's fitness and because his eastern depots and anticipatory"ar+

-t mo 1gl"t f P general party, with George F. Drew as souls. name would inspire confidence at this rangements for, the railroad transportation -

.Q '}rhOwetef. 'tha a Fr.1 Its successful. candidate. .Governor- ., "A Northern man by birth and a critical time. Bloxham Drew Raney, ,of troops are being conclud. J

e lIe r6etis-'b ln wrested: the power from those :who Union man from principle." said Gov- Gwynn Corley, Haisley and Dickisonfor ed.

i to COUl pet rill of, them t o had used an4 abused it so long. ernor Drew in his inaugural address. a cabinet was a guaranty of hon The general staff aside from deter-

+ and TICinity.TronblO Governor Drew was of Northern birth "I recognize that the Democracy of est and fair government that everyone mining the number and character of

-- and,bad been a Union sympathizer Florida in placing me in this position Immediately the :
recognized. The troops to be employed in Cuba !
during ,the but the Democrats demonstrate their desire for
Bunchy. wart a public credit, as I have said wasgone is not idle. Maps of a special kind
of the State were willing to trust him. true and fraternal union of all the
Sept ; incompetent officials had been already have been printed which
: He of character and[| sections of our common Thatsuch I
3--Theda1' has was a man high country.
'out I holding sway and public office had cover the latest obtainable information ,
aertona troubles unquestioned executive and business a union may be firmly established -
.r\Otaottast fol not only not been considered a of the topography of the island !
., tight ability. When he took office he knew ed ever remain peaceful .
and prosper. "
this
I
'n "public trust, as President Cleveland and plans have been worked out for
aeo1\fmed that confronted him. and happy is the hope of .
ous
tied rumors of a serious problems every termed it. but in all ,too many the force after it is landed in Cuba.S. I
bynegroes and of A' bankrupt Stated credit was to be I patriot." And although Florida in instances had been a private snap Ii i

t hot to pieces downward course common with the other States of the
redeemed and
"by a II
,en- Mismanagement, waste and extravagance W. Wright familiarly known by
b1oe'been '
determined South had been drinking the
heard. checked and changed. He dregs
of the old of the
I were everywhere observable,, many settlers county -
has ordered to At- to surround himself with safe and 11 I of despair under the injustice of the and genuine unselfish unalloyed patriotism as "Sebe" Wright was in the city

'', pmPanfee 'of the state able advisors and as, under the thenexisting I[times, they responded to the Gover- was almost unknown. In yesterday on his way to Brunswick.Mr. .

to1rP&uies from law he had the power to appoint t nor's sentiments with a heartfelt .
Macon
some future paper I may ask if we Wright is now at the Park. For
*h of the followinge. his own cabinet he called to Amen! The negroes of the States who
are not drifting on those times again forty years he filled the position of

1.t. Griffi n. his aid the following patriotic Flor- had been blindly following those adventurers To audit th e accounts, to separate the railroad engineer. He is an Interest-
'These'companies idans: William D. Bloxham. to be| who used them for their own
&14 wheat from the chaff, to turn down ing talker having lived in Live Oak
: ire ;duty In Secretary of State; Columbus Drew ends recognized the change and. ina
? the unjust claims to devise means o f when there was but one house here

?.the Cal eompanieeq sR, Comptroller; Walter Gwynn Treasurer convention held by them in Talla. paying the just ones to look after and served as an eating house. He

duty is some e: ; George' P. Raney, Attorney hassee. shortly after Governnr;Dre W the collection of taxes, to guard the was a member of the convention that

,.:,......;t.' 9.inen, beside s General Hugh A Corley Commissioner and his cabinet took the reins of gov,: treasury,-these were the duties of | nominated the first Democrats ever

.. of Lands and Immigration; Wm. ernment said "We are aware that i' elected to office in the county after

.....\;--08...,..age; eight, ) P. Halsley;, Superintendent of Public recently in our State as well as.I (Continued on page eight.) j' he re-construction period.

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LIVE OAK DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1800. _
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4entrilogiilsm.-which'veatrtlotaiaa."?,is jb.described,Bible. as Florida Boi..Soppl. ;, CoM / .M

f 1 rrg a
"speaking from the beSy.n'lias tts firstWstorlc"mentldn f" l't iff \ .,..,.
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'M far ar-w'e1 are Scho-oT BooksThe
CONTRAOTbR-
; i ii aware., In, Isaiah, xxlx.! 4,_ ?: And thou ,
i soalt be brought down and shall speak -
out of the ground and thy speech shall' following ,la.partial,price list :Mankind,Sp cifications.Furnisheio '
.
t be low out of the dust and thy voice ,of our rebound and second-hand .

shall be as, one that btth a familiar I school books which .are. nearly as
spirit out of the "ground and, 'thy I I good as new., <-f :' : )Will assume,f ull charge i; ofi,r buildings,. i
,
speech'shall whisper out of tee, . I. Brooklyn Eagl : I Baldwin's 4th and 5th readers comb, owner complete in every respecvtiefore l a_

40 cents.Baldwin's .
-
a..e'.... -6th and j'7th readers" 'comb.. is paid me., i I
"Here!"'roareoc1'the old lawyer to his 45' cents.. "' ''i
son studying law with him. "You told Eggle t l '..'first" book in Ame'r History OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTY
%cj
me you had read this work on erldence.
THE PINK OF PERFECTION 40 cent&
and yet the leaves are not cut""Used -
Fields Grammar School Hist. SOcts. PHONE 188., LIVE OAK'
is found X'rap, yawned the versatileson
in soda water
and the father chuckled with de- Metcairs Elementary English SOcs., 2aSMOKE
without effort in every light as he thought what a lawyer the Metcalfs English'Grammar,. 40. t;.;: --.;:

glass drawn from our immaculately .I boy would mat .-London Punch. Mimes Practical Arithmetic 33 is. : Anita Fernandez

clean foun I II Redway & Hinman's Nat. EL Geog.
I The OH. Exception.MOf .
tain. What's your prime I course," said Henpeck. "I don't 40 cents.. '
Redway '& Hlnman'g Nat. Ad Geog. CHEW: Honest, Money Tot} :
favorite in flavors? Have always do what my wife tells me""What -
I I !" exclaimed Meeker In sureprise. 00 cents.
:it? Syrups sweet, water Smith's Primer'of Physiology, 25 cts. DRINK : J., 9. Coffee. d

deAD, pure and scientifically I.I "No; you see If she's In sarcastic. Smith's Elementary Philosophy, 35c. f
carbonated, whyshowdn't mood when she orders me to do any- Steele Hygienic Physiology, 65 cts.
EAT & Co. :
thing I know she wants me to do Just Swinton's Word Primer 10 cents.Webster's : Armour Packing]
sodas suit '
our the Press. .
opposlte.-PhUad
Academic Diet f 1.15

.everybody. ? I White's School Algebra 75 cents. Eroducts--7"tQ are the best;::

And many others at, reasonable .
!Just Receivedat -
prices, besides,a nice line of school "
<( "
City Pharmacy I supplies .
Leave Your Orders With

PHONE 73 THE BAND. BOX, CITY BUDGET.By .

vote of council, the following :

New Fancy Waists, in budget' was adopted as. a basis for for Prompt AttentM

ATLANTIC COAST UHf the city tax levy. .
silk, lace net and nuns-
Sinking Fund ... ... ... $333.33 aS
SPECIAL LOWEX6UrsiOn veiling. Interest on 110,000 ,. .' 210.00 '

Ready-to-wear Hats Mayor's salary .. ... ...,.. 150.00 Live Oak Brokerage

Ratios Salary of City Council... ... 450.00

for ladies and childrenfor City Attorney . .. .., 500.00

from Jacksonville early Fall wear. City Marshal and Police..,.1,860,00 mission Co., 1
Exp City mules and driver .1,7U.00

Quickest to Washington and Kid Gloves, elbow Fire Department .. .... 250.00

all Points East. length. Water ... ... . 660.00 ? igrocers Srain ani

Lights .. .. .:. .. .. 1,600.00

New Muslin Under- Streets . ... . 1000.00
r SOl.39 San Francisco,CaL,on sale Disinfectants . .. 150.00
daily; limit Oct. 31. wear. in beautiful de- City Treasurer ,.. . 350.00

i $14.75 Atlantic City,JI.J.,on sale ,signs.Mrs. City Tax,Collector '. .. 400.00 ARAGON HOT

daily; limit Oct 31. City Tax Assessor ... .. 225.00

$18.95 Niagara Falls, N. Y., on For City Hall.. .. .. 2500.00
sale daily,limit Oct. 31.

$37.09 Washington, D. C., on sale E. N. 'Lawler.PROFESSIOl'AL Total. .... .. .. 112,384.33 AMERICAN. PLAN. ......
daily, limit Oct. 31. JACKSONVILLE FLO
Done,and ordered this September ,
Denver, Colo., on saledaily -
$57.90 CARDS. 15, 1906. ,
; limit Oct. 31. .
C. H. BROWN
tPUi.t, 15 Bar Harbor, Me., on sale ;L.E.ROBERSON. A.B.SHALL.TJ *., .. .Prest. of Council. Rates, $2.50 and Upward. Rooms and Prim
daily, limit Oct. 31.
OBERSON & SMALL S. P. MAYS .
and
\ $3.00 Up.
i
tM AZ Chicago III, on sale daily ,
City Clerk.
.V i limit Oct.31.Wrightsvnie. .

ZL 85 N. C., on sale ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LAW. &
f $ daily; limit Oct. 31. ORDINANCE No. 52. Cuisine and Service Unsurpassed in the

N.Y. Will do general practice in State and
,
: Saratoga Springs An ordinance to provide for the
$ I" Federal Courts.
Ji. sale daily, limit Oct. 3L ; H N., O'NEAU PROPRIF(
levy of taxes for the year A. D. 1906,
OCCASIONS.I I ROOMS 1 AND S [UF-STAIBS]. LJCWIN BUILDING. .
SPECIAL for -'<
Municipal for the
PHONE No.190. purposes City i
( Hot Springs, Arkansas, ont LIVE OAK. : : FLORIDA. of Live Oak, Florida, and to provide o+o.o+O+o.o.o+O.o+o+O+C+O
t18.40 sale daily, ninety days. a sinking fund and for the annual JUST AV

I c.S.BROWN. F.E.THOMASON interests on the 10000.00 bonded
= Wood !
No trouble to answer questions. Indebtedness of said City. i
Excursion rates to other points. & THOMASON,
Limits, schedules, Pullman accommo- BROWN Be it ordained by the Mayor and o -I
the City Council of the City of Live Q
dations and all detailed information to
above or other points cheerfully fur- Oak, Florida: 2 A 2 horse wagon load of J *
nished, either on application, in personor PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, Section 1. For the purpose of se- 18inchwoodfor1.50. $ About your groce

by mail, to curing an equal and uniform rate of should be fresh in al,
LIVE OAK. : : : FLORIDA. i I j
FRANK C. BOYLSTON taxation and to pay the current ex- Furnished on Short Notice. 2

District Passenger Agent, 138 West penses of the City of Live Oak, Flor- _____ o No groceries, not eve;

Bay, Street, Jacksonville Fla. M. DIXON ida, for the ensuing tax year, there Leave orders at M. L.Burnett&Co.v iI
,
L. shall be levied and collected upon WIMBERLY.. goods, are the betterfoj\
.
I and out of the real and personal Y a i
BARDIN & that jr.
DENTIST. look after
property within the incorporate limIts .o.o4O4O.O+O.ooO+O4 0" We- !

of the City of Live Oak, Florida, fcvu.
ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGE business carefully,
{ EDWARDS WORK, : SPECIALTIES. for the year A. D. 1906 the tax of 7 The Great Headache Cure, ;

mills on the dollar. that our stock will L'.
Sec. 2. For providing a sinking -!

v 38 acres in SouthEast M. E. BROOME, fund and paying the annual intereston Bromo. Pep sin fresh. ;
the $10,000.00 bonded indebtedness -
Y Live Oak-ly of the City of Live Oak Florida "Note the Word Pepsin." We cannot tell J. ']j.
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW.

ing East of Ohio LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA.Will shall dated be February levied 28th and collected 1906 there upon G U R E S Insomnia.Headache. Nervousness Indigestion, space what all we tin :

and put of the real and personal!
Avenue. practice in all the courta of the State. Spec and see us, or tee
ial attention given to Conveyances Cclltetwn property within the corporate limits On the Spot. ;
of Rents,Etc. All biuiness promptly attended tf the of Live
This is desirable City Oak. Florida for needs.
a your :
to.NOTAIT PUBLIC STATS AT LIMB. the year A. D. 1906, a tax of 1-3 of Ho Opiates. Absolutely Harmless.
tract for subdivision one mill on the dollar. PHONE SSMAYS i
All CnjfiiU, lOt, 254, M| boa ii
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall -i
I to the City of DR. J. W. WEST, Into effect Immediately upon its pas-go for Sale By )

: Live Oak. Within Physician and Surgeon. sage the Mayor.by the Council and approved by The City PharmacyLIVE BR'';


J five minutes walk Office: Carroll Building, Ohio Avenue. Introduced by J. L. White, memberof 41-23-trwi-vr. OAK FLA. FREE DEW'lt) ,

I Residency at Ethel Hotel the City Council and passed by the ;

i i of Court House. Phones:-Office.No168.Residence.. City Council this 17th day of Sep- _. --<
Nw.23 or 168. tember, A. D., 1906.
j Lots 150 yards Drug Store (Barclay 8t Groover)No.U
Attest: TWICEAS I
i CHAS. H. BROWN,
from this proposition -IDon't Dave Your Cart Prest. of City Council. .

I S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.
are selling today -
I
MANY
I 1,Work Butchered I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the e ,
at $1,000. City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby
I s 3ooao Reasons
At the Mill! . certify that the above and foregoing ,
ordinance was duly and regularly C 3

I passed by the City Council of the City; I! you Expected -

$6,500 of Live Oak, Florida, on the 17t] .

I' i I am the Timber r Carl Man day of September, A. D. 1906, and >why when you the baby should first watch came ;

the same is hereby certified to the the "little ailments." ,
I Mayor for his approval. Little things grow to big
t for the 38 my .things in the baby's All ba b1
acres. I I Build them under a Guarantee. Witness hand and the seal of Uttla and big can be I.vel'tedbTkeeplng lit in perfect :
01 said City this 17th day of Septem-
Have DR. MeGEE'S BABY ELISd.
Built Hundreds and ber, A. D. 1906. It ihI
keeps the stomach and bowels right. Takes f,
!I Real Estate and Investments; am Building more every day. (Seal) I aWAy babies from teething time. Makes LEA:f babies i

For Best Prices, Write, S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. sick well .Pleasant. to take. Good for delicate 4:
25 cents and 60 cents bottle at yon !
,
BAISDEN BUILDING. Examined and approved by me this '
,
i
t W. H. ADKISON, September 17th, 1906.

I Phone 196. P. 0.Box No. 4. TALLAHASSEE flAt, M. E. BROOME. Mayor LIVE OAK DRUG COMP


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I, -. __ a __-_- --_. '
-
.-.-'!.-...,.,. ,' r tall mercantile business to. buy and .'* i7"I

7arA t! dti most Ieari- sell all kfndI of"dry'goodi;groceries, .. ;. -- & - ..*.- ... .

!yarr dTiM -, applies and otloll, tnroltmren4hirdTrife '. .1.. i' .J !l 1 ;. 'i.
OIQ .
1..eyd1dp J auto J 8'iUfowtrnedess .a.

!_ _I '- tads W1iII : yaud.Jlndl! nttola/general '.'"' .. .. u' ," '

} '" dl 411f.rent inatruea "nM wholesale and retail business; to deal .
several -
.pf&t In stocks,. bond, 'notes, .
sadoodern, be- mortgages 1.-;
...
t
1-sash' Bed In phlloso-efl and evidences of id iJ S111ZTI111'-G 'k
MDj1 ri caX2i,r btedneQ.U '
41naijjeit \Ja-t ra {
t _
... m ri---, -i v.T rr- Iii."
.1oJ& amuse herself b1 Plato read-tri and e JCi.all. power, rights"and privHege8"of ___ .
her ,
i Corporations4'11!; 'this class :
ofrek.. ./ a"lt.was tlfe be-' l1nd rti ,jaws cf the StaldloXFlori* V

1 4 'y r1"onelt da. To sue and be sued in its corporals -
as.her,mother .
.les ar' "conrt)1111I : capacity, to Lcent act and ..betbntfactedwithrt6lssuelcertlflc'aes '
r gre,
the' tit her"govern: { ; k kRATES

go,matters .at, the, 'stocks and bonds for the corporation; IE 'RY"NIGHT
l eatled':Brigat&thou to bfitJ itindgment5: a.ict.tdeerees and -1

wUDU oat e to do all those things not Inconsistent .
!
!'t forest surrounded by with its Charter and not Incon KB
I J
q'here were
: '
lted.I"1d. sistent i wfih the corporate/laws.. of ,
and DOt any newspa.fjSe aaldStateor '. .
the ..
Florida.
Greylg ..
>TLidy. Jane /

ates. u her governess Capital Stock.ARTICLE &
..IIA'1 her to Play :with theIIIIJ111" III. ,( \
---- : u
were no ., /
and there :
lrefl. Section 1. The amount of the .
,companions '.. .. '*VI ". a
r..her ,
capital stock1 authorized ; ,( -
blot by1 the .corporation : \
.., _
shall Sixteen "" ;
d6 be Thousand, /.
(116,000) dollars dirided : ;" $' ,1I ,.' '. : .. &
:WtQta1L into One : ., ,
.erfa1t '
of the expression'"wind5k Hundred and Sixty Shares of the par "' :' :

to used when one wishes value of One Hundred ($100.00) dol- i1 : i
"Break of good luck dates lars each. Ten per cent. of said capital "

!*i time of William the Con- 'stock shall be' paid for in cash, or -

it!Out time It was a criminal, collaterals equivalent to cash before \
the British tor'ro11"eO I 25 cents hour for
In
timber
a tat 1 ent. ,All that the corporation .shall' transact any per use /
t business, and the balance of ,said capital
for fuel or other i\
k fathered .stock. shall "be"paid In' 'at such
) ,thewlndLa ,. .
aBChimba.as -
--- ij i/
to break and cast to theo time and In such manner as the skates. .

this account the peasants Board of Directors may require.. And i\

,'|e&t windstorm U a blessIt certificates :of stock shall be ,Issuedto M i/

wu apt to cast enough the respective stock holders upon

n f tat winter 'firewood. the payment' of,ten per cent. of the 25 cents for entire afternoon

ti old time application forestry custom of the capital stock by said stock holders i k
modern
( cs represented by'shares held by
At one time it was decreed each stock holder so paying. ,The
aca limbs and whole tree
1\ M dorm the three summer form of said certificate shall be prescribed ( when parties furnish

I8GJ4 be used u firewood but by the by-laws of the cor- .....
of the act Was so plain- poration.The I

pot that no attempt was ever Term For Which The Corporation their skates. F
kofarcellJa'Kendill Shall Exist. own

ARTICLE IV.1

-m cru A FELLON." Section 1. The corporation shall ?i K

of Fhllllpabure. exist and continue for a period of .

It with Buck* Ninety-nine years unless sooner dissolved -
., cover over -
according to law.
1.S&ln-. and the Salve will '
. J- Officers by Which The Bnslneea is to
(l ML* Quickest cure for
aNO E
Be Transacted. I

.i4 Bade.Bores, Scalds, Wounds, 'ARTICLE V. ADMISSIONl

i,loan' gilt.Rheum, Chapped Section 1. The business of the .

Son Feet, an& Sore Eyes corporation shall.be conducted by and '

&it Barclay I GrooTer'i drug under the control and managementof ;I E
iDp. '
f C srantesd.
a Board of five directors, a presi-
.
dent, vice president, secretary,

ten Patent' Provided that the offices '
aser. /
Porter &
Dexter
tie wj b{rlrtue of the laws of of secretary and treasurer maybe 8

Baa of Florida, notice la hereby filled by one and the same person; ,

tkt the undersigned have as- and provided that the number of I/

di :ed,u4 do, hereby associate directors may be'changed_ from time .i '

.et, together for the purpose to time by the laws of the corpora- I

T sffltai Incorporated, a body pond tion, provided that there shall be S

gill' on the 19th day ofaID. at no time less than three directorsnor / Proprietors.l

;., 1906. apply to Hon.fewrd more than five. V E J J1r

Governor of the State Sec. 2. All of said directors and I II'

II Mia, for letters patent incor- officers shall be chosen from among M '. t
*f the "Live Oak Brick and the stock holders of the corporationat .

!l Company"'under the followed the annual meetings of the stock 11.7fm7fm"'mmmm7f:"' I'm"7f:7f:"'\ ; I
;! charter, the original ofIk holders to be held in the City of Live

sow on file in the office of Oak, Florida on the first Tuesday i I
!umarJ of.State, for the State in November of each year, each stockholder da, 5 shares LOW ROUND TRIP RATES etc., will be furnished promptly, on I
he A. Lee Humphreys, Live Oak, Florida \ln. application to ..
having votes
as many as I
& R. J, 25 shares. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE I:. R. G. E. HERRING
Taylor. has shares paid for in the corporationand
F. E. Thomason, Live Oak, Florida Fla. Pass. L. & N.
j W. J. Hillman. until the next said annual elec- The Louisville & Nashville Railroad Agent, R. R.

.11 B. W. Helvenston. tion, and until their successors are 5 shares. will sell round-trip tickets from Xo. 118 W. Bay St.,
Walter J. Bryson, Live Oak Florida JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
r 4 A. Lee Humphreys. elected and qualified. The directors Jacksonville to points shown on dates

Chas. H. Brown. shall be T. S. Baisden, of Lire Oak,; 10 shares. indicated. Proportionately low rates '
Chas. H. Brown Live Oak, Florida MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS
aft F.E. from other points:
Thomason.Walfer.j.
", ( Florida; C. H. Brown, of Live Oak 'I
;
shares.T. -ATEXTREMELY -
Bryson.t Florida; F. H. Bremer, of Live Oak, 25 $33.20-Dallas, Texas, and return.
S, Baisden, Live Oak, Florida, LOW RATES
J.'p.;Baisden.I .
Florida; R. J. Taylor of Live Oak, Tickets sold October 6th and
F.. H. Bremer. Florida; and A. Lee Humphreys, of 5 shares, 7th. Final return limit 21 -VIASouthern I
J. C. Baisden Live Oak Florida, I
To S. Balsden. Live Oak, Florida; and until the next days from date of sale.

** Charter of "The Live Oak annual election and until their suc- 10 shares. 32.80 Buffalo, X. Y!, and return. Railway II
*&* R. J. Taylor. I
Supply Company. cessors are elected and qualified. T. Tickets sold October 10th,
;e W. J3. imiman.I .
1 it tofcnrfjned! hereby"associate 3. Balsden. of Live Oak. Florida, 11th and 12th. Final return FROM JACKSONVILLE II
W. Helvenston.
together for the purposecorporation shall be president; B. W. Helvenston, limit, leaving Buffalo October
A. Lee Humphreys. $10.32---Atlanta, Ga., and Return. l
I'e 0d a,
under, the of Live Oak Florida, shall be vice- 19th 1906.
fit tht state Chas H. Brown. I Tickets on sale Sept. 29, 30; i'
of Florida, under A. Lee Humphreys of Live
president;
' "" I F. E. Thomason. $19.60--X&w Orleans, La., and re limit October 7; extension to '
i
p. "I
proposed charter: Oak, Florida, shall be secretary and
"**lid Walter J. Bryson. turn. Tickets on sale Oct- October 22.$20.70Richuiond. j
Place (
of Business. of Live
treasurer and F. H. Bremer I
ARTICLE II I. J. C. Baisden. ober 12th to 15th inclusive. Va., and Return.
tls I. Th I. Oak Florida general manager. The F. H. Bremer.T. Final return limit October 30, Tickets on sale October 1; If
name.of the cor- duties of the said officers and directors
hlU, S. BaUden. 1906. By depositing ticket limit October 8. I
I
"The Liye Oak the bylawsof
shall be prescribed by
I with Special Agent, New Orleans
wpply Company." STATE OF FLORIDA, $44.70-San Francisco and Los An- \fgeles.
) L Th. the corporation.Limit and paying fee of 50c, One Way (second class)
principal of Suwannee County.
4 Of the place of Indebtedness. an extension of return limit Tickets on sale daily, Sept. 15 I
C\tJ\ or corporation ahall beUteOaUnBuwannee ARTICLE VI. Before me personally came F. H. can be secured until Novem- to October 31.$31.0oWashiDgton. *

RT. Bremer, R. J. Taylor, W. J. Hillman, ber 30, 1906.$17.6.1Memphis .
Iorlda-r but the corporation Section 1. The highest amountof D. C., and Re- 3 i
ith the tight Indebtedness or liability to which B. W. Helvenston A. Lee Humphreys, I Tenn., and return. turn-Tickets on sale daily to 'jl
to'eBtabUsh E. Thomason, Walter J. Bryson '
F.
U,'ai Point Within the corporation may at any time sub- Tickets sold October 15th September 30; limit October !IfI |
the State H. Brown and T. S. Baisden,
Chas.
16th, 17th and 18th, Final !
ject itself shall not exceed twice the 31:1:I
I ratur ot The amount of the capital stock of the to me all well known, and known to return limit October 30th. By i I $46.05.-Chicago, HI., and Return I ii'
Business to me to be the persons described in, depositing ticket with Special i
} to corporation. I Tickets on sale dally to Sep- :
I_* Transacted. Names and Kesidences of the Subscribing and who subscribed to and executed Agent, Memphis, and paling I II tember 30; limit October 31. aSL10Saratoga. i a

Lv.ART1CLBJ II. Incorporators and the! the foregoing articles for proposed fee of 50 cents an extensionof I $ X. Y.. and Return ii!
-0& *.' The general charter for "The Live Oak Brick & return limit be secured |
nature of can ten
Number of Shares Subscribed ForBy via New York, allowing j\|
to be transacted by the Each. I,I Supply Company," and who severally until November 30, 1906. days' stop over Washington t

< 1h&11 be.to buy, sell ARTICLE VII. acknowledge before me that they ex- $ .. -Chicago, Illinois and return. Baltimore, Philadelphia or I III l

/ gyp bit manufacture all. Section 1. The names, places of ecuted the same for the use and pur- Tickets on sale daily to Sep- i II New York. Tickets on sale I II

II OsicN b| i cement, ,atone and residence and the amount of capital poses therein expressed.In tember 30th. Final return daily to September 30; limit ''t
I
\ 7 bd sell and manufacadt stock of the subscribing incorporators witness whereof. I have hereunto limit October 31, 1906. > October 31. If

of building material are as follows to wit: set my hand and official seal in $38.40-Hot Springs, Ark.. and re | Many other attractive rates.

: sr tel; household furniture, F. H. Bremer, Live Oak, Florida, Live Oak Suwannee County, Florida, turn. Tickets sold daily. For further information apply to I}

t. to hOld,, bur, sell or 20 shares.R. this 17th day of September A. D., Final return limit 90 days J. K. McCALL, t'I
.oth
"'! Water engage 'In and J. Taylor, Live Oak Florida, 1906. from date of sale. I I, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. jjJAMES i
tobur: and sell and 45'shares.. (Seal) J. F. HARRELL. Daily to September 30th, round FREEMAN jf

I ,< ln *U kinds of pertud '\\,.,Hillman, Live Oak, Florida Notary Public. trip summer tourist tickets will be I District l'asSt'ngt"rgf'nt .

''a feral chattels; to en- 10 shares. My commission expires July 13th on sale to various resorts. Full In- 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. :

*' &.,.. -. nolesale., and.re-I B. W. Helvenston, Live Oak, Flori- 1907. formation, schedules, time tables, l'hoae 743. :t tI

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AtD fLf ii d xTl1tn 11 l."tH'rlt t,: t-SE"T.
t A ..
to the United States and"suppose -
uY ( Interest- :
: ,,1 i everybodytn.Lia j aK -
:' 1)C\ [annexation Is made oa a: free traflej O'.E KL ;
f the Vacation o t th!clftdjren of' .
PUBLISHED EYYFTEIOON ea n : : Jb& CaD and '" '
fc' I ry .. 1 onfglft ate/dotfaUonaUatly *| pur* agar orang&j .
HIT
: :"".1 A EICEI'T., S1fflD.\r I. ..' equity'co'me -l''collopete!wluC the -products of thT, -., .l' ".! f' <11 : AAkf l '0- .. '. _
F' <', : 1 th"edourfhou The ; '
-r
..at -
: J:: :!SHERhiOOP, Editor iWdJUgi >;j : rrolkryfwIffitte 1lt1 oft.2 ,JI !' has ":W1I.ICWi"V..f E IJIMA1Ut tI..fto" '.,..:<;; ,
jjf almost enteZaini4
)
; _*> t J, '. I program :will J I Some of the'Jingoes< In this start:*.. 7 '* ;
Kti fir' tI ) and Its moral'effect r
character,
I:. THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPACT. our schools Just starting: off for some of th';hot-beads;who,:without Mineral Spi ngs/ .and=:'
upon
: .., .. ",' .... ]pausing to analyze lJt, Instinctively
will be measured by the uNSURQASED.
session ;
the admire President Roosevelt's HOT AND COLO BATHS GOOD TABLE., __
foreign
Entered at the post-office, Lire spirit of the meeting. x.et us all WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BOWLING ALLEYS. B1LLlARQTAILIt."
policy-would do well to let the concentrated
\ : 'WELKEauippEO STABLES, s)
CONNECTIONS ,
oak,. Florida, as: Second Class Mall come out and give Professor Edwardsand j wisdom contained in the PHONE :tAaYpiY: _

Matterr}OYembej 1, 1905.. T his splendid' faculty a cheering above. quotation -pereolatealowly '
.' send-off in ,the orduous duties 'aheadof I. RATES REASONABLE.I1MILISFROMLIV OAIt ',-
through their _systems.Were' Cuba .. .'
\ V SHE DAILY DEMOCRAT will b{' them that will make them realize I
once admitted to the Unlo1--or' even
how to completely our people are in- HOTEL DOWLINOPflRIC.rLHiltnrLive
of'the United PORK
:; mailed to any part annexed-:-an agonized wail for free ADDRESS [ :
terested' how'cor
their work and -
:: States, postageprepald, for .$5.00 trade
.. would Inevitably go, up' from
., q dial Is the moral support they extend
per $2.50'torix: months
year; ; her planters and
; were the demand
fi.:' $1.25 f or three months, or them. It will be an evening well granted, our farmers and fruitgrow Oak M''j7
and other features will
50 cents for five weeks, in advance. spent, among I ers would soon find themselves .
be some good, stirring speeches by
,.' Delivered;.to, any, parr ,of,the, city between the devil and the deep sea.
citizens
prominent deeply Interestedin
: by carrier for 10 cents per week. The best time for a man to do his Manufacturers of
our local educational interests and .
F't thinking is before it
Is too late. It
well qualified to talk about them.
.," DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. is not yet too late in this case-but, Lumber Shingles Ice Electric
,
,
from
For Member of Congress. 2nd Congressional present indications, it soon will
District THE WARNING OF ATLANTA.The be-PensacolaJourna1.
and --
Power
FRANK CLARE of Columbia. Turpentine
increasing number of criminal '- ,

,'. l,: For Justice of the Supreme Court: assaults upon white women by negroes Truth crushed to earth will rise
in of the
Electric Lights any"part city furnished
t for
CHAS. B. PARKHILL of Eaounbia. in and around Atlanta has so again, 'lIkewise the humorist, sure-

JAMES a WHITFIELD of Leon. thoroughly aroused, the people of that: enough or merely alleged, when he or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate-. ,EIIe tri
'
& For; Railroad Commissioner!' city that. at last they are moving lathe finds a helping hand to.pull him out day and night current--for manufacturing purposes.

.r:* ,.NEWTO A. BIJTC .qf iwvy.' right direction and,have, started of the dust,.set him on his pins, pat
t HUDSOl BURR.of Dade.. Wholesale and retail Ice--out of City orders
t ". ) In' to destroy"the loathsome_ negro him on the back and tell him that he'sthe : have ,ipeQ,

C Far Member House of Representatives: dives, saloons and "clubs" that "real article." Our good friend, Lion and all orders promptly filled.

'. A W. DORMAN.. abound by hundreds in that city, and General Law of the Bartow Courier- "
': k W. H. McCLELLAN.
; which undoubtedly constitute the Informant,;took occasion recently to meeting, it was announced that the.
t .
: goes without LI'e1kf.u
For Tax Assessor: :,
,' A. D. HEMMING. chief breeding ground for the rape' hold up one of our poor little jokes. ., subject would be a word study of man makes a, point .of

,::. i. fiends. by the hind legs, and In that pose it I "Power." to beJ. Another gjg. t;

.5 f _."j For U;N.)4EEKS.Tax Collector.. Bloody. riots like the one of Saturday didn't show to advantage. But with Brother Ridley's sermon last night I a meal ,at noonday 111411

"; : will grow inYnumber and the' fierceness, of outraged paternity Where people '
'1' mag- was on "Things That Make a Church i are COL__
1" r .For County Treaeurer. nitude we sought to and low and In
unless systematic measures of protect vindicate Strong" and he enumerated several : par a. poai&i! t

"'. j f a B.'LORD. piteless" severity are adopted againstthe the luckless bantling and made a few among which were these: (1) Loy- con only hope to oa qy

I !For Member. School Board: worthless element. And remarks to that effect. And_now just gree of efficiency by keepj!;
negro
\
'f ; alty to the Word of God. :(2) Intelligent
l f'jl.AlApAMS. ; i see how the General comes vitality such "IituJQ" Q
back at
what is true of Atlanta is true of the Christian Living. (3)Fidelity to
MfCARVER.
K. tlpuable, virtue..
us in the last of the Courier- 5tnj3j,_
issue
whole
South. The. industrial
mighty
:i E.R.'WISE.i the Church, Its Worship and its people with Iron
: development now in progress in this Informant, and by, a masterly flank Work. that pennaJq
For Member Board County Commissioners: pan negotiate piIKiing
section has brought the negroes by movement compels our unconditional themselves
M. L. BURNETT. with i>s par4g
.
:
; f' J. C. DAVIS. hundreds f' thousands from the surrender' Dissolution Thin. anaemic.,.nervous i pap

t J. H. GRANT., fields and farms and put them on the "Great goodness, gracious! Bro. other hand, gepcrdllj am:

", 4 W. A. TISON. public works, and the change has Sherwood, did you think we were really The copartnership heretofore ex- they can eat and aH tile L
'J.J. DEMPSEY. isting between C. E. Humphreys and
been ,all for the worse as ,respectsthe in earnest in our little fling at can make. If such people i

attitude of,the negro as a citizen, the "spell" joke, when we only want- A. L. Humphreys under the firm before going to.bed they zg.ally

Secretary. Taft, down, la Cuba ",to and law-abiding member of society. ed a chance to throw. that venerable name of Florida Novelty Works, Is see. an: _Increase in m

. patch. up peace between. the government horse' chestnut to this day dissolved, A. L. Humphreys reason that while the w?rn:
In increasing numbers they are going and air our ;own
and the insurgents, telegraphs retiring. C. E. Humphreys will con- the body were suspended fj
t .. into vagabondage and crime, and smartness by' turning a little "spell"\"
to Washington that .ha has "brok e n Joke Into tinue the business assuming all liabilities assimilation. would! ,ltIllllt'
** "* all ver'th'e South there should :be a "capital" one. "Vanity In other words the body .
h'is
,
that ice" in ne otlatlons. The and collecting accounts.C .
quick measures taken to organize a of vanities! just see the result, "a mik'tag more tone tkaitShenc
; avordupoi of Mr. Taft Is getting in E. HUMPHREYS.
its! vast police system to make such war crushed, humorist;, 'sot. 'down.. uponand an Increase in'bloe i
'expectedwork.. flattened out. But -like the i A. L. HUMPHRE'yS.September and in bealtb..1.1 least L
upon vagrancy as. will. make an idle, dying : :
negro afraid to show his head irv4-a swan whose last notes are its : ,, ', 21, 1906. way one physician exphiaii!

: The "Housewarming" edition iotlieE public place. A' crisis in the problem sweetest, this 'budding humorist' so a woman of the pale,1 1pUeJ thin t7le

Pensacola Journal yesterdaymonlngjtssued seems to be approaching, and the 'ruthlessly,overwhelmed,' utters 'a 1 A FAMOUS OLD HYMN. tog him "all reu 4m'
to celebrate the*re-. York Tribune.A .
whole body of the Southern whites strain of such.delightful,humor as to ,
cent occupancY of that piper of..its make his critics itch Pathetic Origin of "Blent Be the Tie
should the to.resort to the
arouse as though tocsin .
handsome, new quarters built expressly That lad.." Hamming Ii rh ti'la
were sounding in their ears-;not for crushing process. at, very short,Inter. '
: for'it, was one of those triumphs s vals. No A pathetic end yet charming story Is front of s"wtiid4ir s'loe'ed

;t la ;pedal ed1l1o. s.of which thg Journal riot or race war-but for a mighty, indeed Bro. Democrat, the told of the origin of 'the well known one summer was S beta'A
d'd.ck'
. tarreachiDg""Tagrant''drlve'.in city 'ferocious of the C -I. won't I l "
: hymn -Blest,Be the ,Tie That Biuds. humming bird built ba 1-
has more than a few to its credit '
and town and country that shall notend do any real pouncing upon' any such i which was witten'b Ilev. John I'aw- limb that grew sear the nL

; Only newspaper men will fully until the chaingangshaliebereenforced n a 'junebug' as that. We won't even cett. an English Baptist. who died In we had an opportunity

appreciate the magnitude of such an by thousands 'and every tie him by the leg, as the boys used 1S1T. having spent nearly sixty years. closely-iu 'fact, ,we couM.k

enterprise., negro in the South is engaged in some to do in our young days, to limit his !; In the inlustry. into the nest One flaj ii

! lawful occupation. And the white flight and hear him hum. Rather It was: in 1772. after a few years WlS'a heavy shower conS;;

The Democrat asserts,that, the assessed loafers should be put to work, too would we have him give free rein to spent in pastoral work, that he was thought we would see if it
values in Live Oak have Increased his fancy that called to London to succeed the Rev. her young dnring the rato f':
but the danger is not from them-the we might oftener enjoy -
Dr.
from $600,000 o $1,750,000 GillIlls farewell sermon Lad tbe first drops fell she casts

t in' the last three years. The Democrat ranks of the rape fiends show no those pleasant 'spells' thrown been preached near Ioias ate, In in her bill one of two lit 8r

white skins. Now, as ever, our hopeis around us by the 'volatile essence' 'Yorkshire Six or seven wagI1.l'ItOoJ,' leaves growing close by and
I exultantly exclaims "Now let
:
, in the law, the plain letter of the of his humor. No, no Bro. Democrat, loaded with ,his furniture and Looks. leaf over the nest, sa ag to

some other city in Florida beat this. law, and its stern enforcement, andif the old duck is a very kindly one and I and all was ready for departure.But Cover it Then, site (F Ss I' air

+ Just wait until Apalachicola securesa we are content to make a mere would, if he could, pluck some of his loving people were he rt- examining the leaf we fanal

hitch on her suspenders.-Apalachicola "spurt" in that enforcement and then his softest feathers to cushion the :. broken. Men, women and chililreu it, and in the side of the net

Times. relax the vigilance upon which our I editorial seat of the Democrat, if that gathered and Clung- about.. -. -hire--. 'rind._ Ma'. small stick that the leaf taf
'PoslUvely'we can't wait. Hitch would contribute family with sad and tearful fares. to or hooked upon. After ft
salvation depends, there may come a ever so little, towards
Finally, overwhelmed was over the old bird came
jour suspenders enroute if wantto with the sorrow
you keeping it what it is, 'a
time when this rising tide of negro hummer of those unhooked the leaf W& tile *
keep up with Live Oak. We've got .' they were leaving Dr. Faxr-
crime will call for very different ac- cett and his wife sat down perfectly dry.-Ex bl1lge.
our gait and we make no stops. un one of
tion if to the South and the
we are save packing cases and
'.. gave way to
keep it habitable for white people. Voting Contest.Fla. grief. Tie""Fiddle'M8-

The whipping post may be a 'relic Book Supply Co. Voting Contest "Oh John." cried Mrs. Fawcett at The "fiddle drill'is one d

of barbarism" In this age, as the kid- last "I cauuot bear tools in..eIIJt
I for the most popular tLU! I know not stonecutting
glove reformers who keep at a safe You can't keep old North Carolina in Live Oak young lady how to ga.: '* said to antedate Greek
stand
as they
,
September
distance from the, problems they down. Her splendid sons go to the "Nor I either" returned her hus- Is In use today In abort tilt"*
24, 1906: Miss Mamie
simper oyer1..sar it is. but it did some front everywhere. The great Western I Miss Sue McAlpin, 865; band, "and we will not go. The wag- as It was 2 Xli years ago. .AI-I

excellent and salutary work up in city of St. Louis has just dismissed Hemming, 840; Miss Isla ons shall be unloaded and everything Implies. Its action. resaB I

Delaware 'last Saturday when thirty her chief-of-police for inefficiency Brown 432.WELL. put In its old place. The drill Is of two p!(>Ct'I. b of'

burning lashes were laid on the nak- In office and appointed in his stead His people were filled with intense a carver holds the d-iI BtoA

P. born in Eliza- WORTH TKYIXG. joy and gratitude aftLU determina like a t-an,.nter's brace,
ed 'back of a negro rape fiend as a Captain E. Creecy, of bavi III
tion. Dr. Fawcett Is straight Instead
starter towards his imprisonment of beth City, North Carolina, where his W. H. Brown the papular pension ter to London explaining at mice" A s':jt a bt- In the other hand he ho id5{ 8Ie

fifty years'In the penitentiary. The ancestors settled over two centuries attorney, of Pittsfield, Vt., says: then resolutely returnwi bN case nnd which is strung with btu J r

whipping post was abolished too early ago, and from where the new chief "Next to a pension, the best thing to on a salary of less thau $jon a work which is given a turn ar>a

I In the other states. It's just as good went into the Confederate army as get is Dr. King's New Life Pills." He This hymn was written by Dr.year.Faw stock. To use the :drfl t J

medicine now as it ever was and is a boy and served with gallantry un- writes: "they keep my family In cett to commemorate the event places the drill stockholding .ganit! B l

much oftener needed now than at any der Lee from start to finish, exceptfor I splendid health." Quick cure for it with his Mt hands J

,, time in the past. To be effective some months in a Northern pri Headache Constipation and Biliousness. FASTING FADS. his forth right be draws fashion tM nil lit "J i

punishment must be dreaded, and to son. He has been on the St. Louis 25c. Guaranteed at Barclay fiddle dna 1 "J
the
motion to jri
, ; be dreaded it must hurt police force since 1S77, and is des- & Groover's drug store. They Should Find >o Favor With the rotary drill is to cut to
, :Nertou. Anaemic ground
cribed as a highly educated man, a People.It l
it turns. The fiddle
driI1l1d'
is
The resolution parsed the other gentleman and a scholar, with all the At the Baptist Church. good deal said of by the some insomnia physicians that a finest work. In crevicesi b! JI

day at Fort Myers by the newspapermen more virile qualities necessary for his A splendid congregation of fully thinness and general debility extreme I I sculptor could not !

L and others on the Everglades new office. The South has sent thousands four hundred people enjoyed the ser- which Americans buffer is due from and hammer without en .
to the
:
," excursion endorsing the drainage of her sons into the West since vices at the Baptist church last night. various fasting fads Here a man i; carving

scheme, will hardly add to the"pres- the civil war, and in the stirring Mr. Ridley was out of the city at the i -I-:::;..--

I tige of that enterprise if we judge competition on common ground out morning service, but returned in time

j, by the vigorous protests coming up there of the robust manhood of Am to meet his evening congregation. It E.: A.: CRAWFORJ&CI

from some of the editors supposed to erica from every section of the Union, must be encouraging to a pastor to

r have voted for the resolution. The the survival of the fittest alwaysshows be greeted by such crowds as wait upon

f' excursion was not "packed" in the that a full proportion of the Brother Ridley's mlniatery. DurIng -- BROKERS --= ,

*" interest of drainage, but was made up winners are those whose hearts answer all the long hot summer the people

', of newspaper men and others of vari- to the call of their native Dixie. were faithful.
COTTON GRAS
.r our opinions on that subject and it The ordinance of baptism was administered STOCKS AND

f was in questionable taste to Introduce The Live Oak Democrat certainly"spoke last night to Mr. John

"I such a resolution on an occasion supposed a parable" when it let fall the Lavinka, and Mr. H. M. O'Neal joined -
j S
t to be purely non-partisan on the following pregnant paragraph from as a candidate for baptism and We have at present an investment which
.
L; much discussed issue. Editors host the business end of its editorial will be baptized next Sunday night. yield from 10 to 30 per cent per month

tile to drainage, were. silent'from mo; stylus: Several of the pastors of the city have capital invested i&-

r tires of' courtesy when thejote was "The people who raise sugar subJett with practically no

f' put, but they have,,giv en;tt put plain! .oranges in this country had.,.better See us about it. t-

enough since in their papers.. hattheir i oiling! up'th'elr: kickers tor rigorous s -that' the, revival has already begun r

silence did not imply- consent {wOrk.: Suppose the Cuban? rebellion Next Wednesday night at the ,prayer. II I I Correspondents: V";. P. Randolph & Co. Capitalr" f

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le .' \ ''' i J aar s # ,_c.4)l of .... sa.. Anal. G. which. lia'ekiK0Lja
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*&tll0n I / e.Y, B .Davis jeturned,Sat r- I I \.t. .... .1.." .i a ..It l 1 N ,-. ymoti T ",Y e' rnpagef and t o. e ftthe -
Use
if kaumerof
; l'da fjormrJUak .City'and''left on the I -: '>>-': .. .... !\.DJ :u:;,.- > has 'ai 'TineFpount'' ... name of thimast prQmlden| dtfcensIttTlQ
Red
; Band -Brand Bon/ are years. She; was thirty 'state and captaU of'i
aultrJ'
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:Oak.R I afternoon., train .for Perry., [JaM AI fine'M boa. bona/to : af ;
Iite :;11' any be years of age the time of her death, f verytime.11-
!L ,... ( had anywhere, and they, art mach riemsj QThert o; and it ,
Davia f '- o i- pj' !a |:fact and no one will displlte'U..JQ@
; IV : Pirilaeat 4
,
Courthouse .P.L a, p citizen cheaper at :.. Glpir..beaidtIOat
st SIU'I'eDCr4.Pow rs, 3ry G,, U, Lptfcej Lire Oak people register at
___ and business, man of Madison >.
v-p. was avisitor ti em. a ,'" relatives and to her
Jrie.nds mourn the local
hotels
than from
Oat any one I
to Live .;yesterday', d' i t t. loss: The fue al: in-'taker placeat! city: in'h,; fafe. tlTe/Oak;:& hnst., -
/ Book Mr. Live Ballentine. the Coast Pleasant Hill today We extend
= our ling little city, and its citizens are all
711a .S E, Small, o'rthe Suwanne Drug Life offices has been at home since sympathies to the, bereaved ones in wide-awake business' men.

Co.,_ .left Saturday afternoon: for a Friday, having gone to be at the wedding their sorrow. Among the wellknown business

of Jisr Der, war in the few, .. days; visit. -to. Jacksonville.-- of his.sisters; Misses ''Eula and ":--? \ 'menr'registered 'at the Aragon 'yesterday ,
I
Mamie. s" I '. All parents and ttose interested n from live "
)
Oak. were W. R.
,
/ Else, aa&1ira.; 0- T. Mattox, re- _- / ,, J. the cause of education- should be sure Dorinan} J:* B. Johnson and Worth

Chills aid Colds, take tgruedyesterday. ;afternoon. from. a W. A. Rye.one ot,the.moat. substantial and..attend, the: educationaLiallx at ,Stephens.. ;:;
( few, days _vfoit, ,to,Sputh. Ylorlda.: and successful farmers ,in the Courthouse tonight. An Inter- Hillburn..' .-....Times-Union. Sept. 24.
.: ', t uwannee' county who lives in the esting program has been prepared. A ""

of the Park, spent yejltlwOti. *- Where do all the strangers come Rossburg section, was in the ,city number of addresses will be deliveredby r '8TAR\1XOTO. DEATH.
E ebb, from? There: were. tulle twentyfiveat : Saturday.Mrs. prominent 'citizens of the city.. ,,

the Baptist church last night. Prof. Arno will have charge of the -sBecause'her stomach was so weakened .

; of West Lake, was Julia Howell, of'Alachua. was music vocal and instrumental. Ko by..useless drugging that she

Pnmling morning- "Mr. and Mrs. F./"M. 'DowUng 'came in the city last night., She left this admission will be charged. Every; could nH eat.., Mrs. HaryTiL Walters ,

up from the Park'yesterday and spent morning for Wellborn to be at the body"ris invited. The object of the of St., Clalr St., .Columbus 0., was

Tucker spent yesterday. : the day with friends in LIe Oak. bedside of her mother, Mrs: KeeSe. meeting is to create a healthier interest '- literally starving to death.- She'

&-k to like City,, who is very ilL in school work and to bring patrons writes "My stomach"wasso weak
> Miss Sallie Taylor, an attractive .in closer, touch and sympathy from useless ':drugs 'tha I;'could not

;Tataof: Jasper;was'In the young lady of Montlc'ello, is here on Mrs. M. E. Broome and two charming with the teachers. eats and my'nerves;Aso wrecked thatI
: a visit to her brother, Jack Taylor. daughters, Misses Mamie and
could not
boon Saturday. .. sleep; and not before I,
lif .
a : Katie left today for.- Madison where Yes, Well Represented, was given up to die was Induced to:

11 gene;of Perm',was a **- T. J. Ammons, of the Rossburg section they will spend a week visiting relatives "Is Live Oak represented on your try Electric Bitters_?with" the wonderful -;

uTtOI.eaterd&1. ,' was in the city this morning and f lends. register, today. ?" asked a stranger at result that improvement beganat
>
"", ,a;; shaking hands with his many friends the Aragon last night. on e..l.nd' complete cure followed. -

'stt4he Education*! Mr. Willard eIlvane. of, Worth- The clerk to whom the query was ." Best .health T oJc', on earth.,
rtfefl(o Ex-Sheriff J. W. Hawkins returned Stephens Co., accompanied Rev. C. A. '
tonight. addressed, answered in the affirmative 50c. Guaranteed ,by Barclay &
'tfjftoCotrWHue.**! i .: yesterday afternoon from a short trip Ridley to the wedding Mr. Ballen- of course. Groover druggists,
to, the ,southern part of' the county, tine's yesterday. Mack says he would -
r:>qd,D1''Cbaines;.was in Lives .
ike'such times .
every Sunday
: -
b JlneqJb.l!morning., .
Mrs. Humphreys arrived in the city
(..0.-, ., J:.
yesterday and will spend several days Mr and MrsC. W. Bache returned .

CiJajofCor4el8Ga.'wa3lnllTtofat] here with her sons Harry Humphreys. this morning:'from a stay of a weekor ,

"li ti.. ;.-oSfJ.S4turda1t J more in 'the" 'Northern/, ,market .
\
.. I 'We' carry a large' stock of fine They purchased' large and complete- MILLINERYNew
iV.
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aiIi it '
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visiting cards, and print them neatly line[ of beautiful ,fall millinery and i
ntisd',10 perrard. "
in any, style. desired at the Democra hats '; "
'''' I 'r %
,
.
,> of'Fort.Myer) 'was office.Surrency' r Roman /1 1'1:
The-wise man is the one
kT Itflor' Maw,1'i1 rs, yester- Goods Stylish and Tasty,[ -
&: 'Powers pre making 'a who, relieve, little ills of this sort by toV

.,i :. specialty of Red Baud, Brand 'Can. a'>little dose'otRodol For Dypsepsia., :
! the dies at .15 cents, per/ _und Nothing It digests what you eat and puts your /
(7 B..Johnson JU, city
like it., stomach: back Into shape. Sold. b)' -
THE- BON-TON
.. afternoon' on'a professional, City Pharmacy ( .: I

to D.. A' McNeil, who has been herea R

igje', V,,' ,the city Restaurant few days visiting his brother, R. E. The kindergarten opened this morn- will,as never bef oretry tq show up r' 12- .

j.ihlto'rtataorant 'in the McNeil left this, morning. Jack- ing with' a vary flattering attendance; 71 Prevailing Fashions this Season r ,
*'?> ,\ sonville.City and Misa'Cherry feels satisfied that 1'.. .

.3' ,',_ m' v'-X,-- ',, ". this will'pr0Yave.r.y' successful year. ,\ therefore,the Ladies are invft'J"
Clerk S, P. down A number "ofothers' little folks will ,
Mays
t'lftads o( Lake City/was a 1 went s:.> / ed.to call..:Too early to list goods .
i1..i to Perry, yesterday to spend the dayand enter next'week< M G
( ,. Oak...SaturdayIjTey 8fte1 .
.. .
..,. .
j'lI. take 'a look' at th'riew granddaughter '\ ; .
s- ,
'
but foe future notices '
I t 1 look-' : : ,
; S fo
i \ Good for yii e-.l-cougfi'removes1 the k ; *
, "'''f. old, the of ''tbe"'ough. That's \j

,mt; .registered and, wfe\at;he ofJaokson'Ethel yes--' Johnny who has been here ?the work cause of 'kenriedy's'' Laxative ./l School 'Baga for the. Children!. i

on a visit to his sister7. Mrs. J. M. ] Honey and Tar-tbe original laxative -

Cobia, left,yesterday for his home in cough syrup.>. 'Contains 'no opi ,i I {.
? !
.
Sold'by.City'Pharmacy.
ates.
.u4 Mrs C. TtT Ansley and lit- Lake City,

sea returned ,to 'Kildreth", this Miss Ruby Jordan-- returned. this- Worth Stephens 7-1 president* of the :: Mrs. C. W. Bache !

', morning from Brunswick Ga., where Worth' Stephens Co., returned from -
of New York today where' he has been 4
I MeUullen, ,Tampa, was indy she has been spending a few days
: Saturday and registered'at with friends. for several weeks past combining :fI.7rT:7I'FIm"ir'rTi !
business with pleasure. He looks
tii! .. I
much his vacation. -- I
Buy your grove es from Surrency improved by

& Powers and gyr a chance at the -- V\YAGYAYA1Vf/ 7CA7V YA1V V I
bags while you Y lCA7f WWC/
beautiful hand minted china. You Miss Flora Farnsworth, of Kisaim- )
0111 at Florida" Bookclover may be a lucky one. mee, arrived in city Saturday night Waterman Fountain Pens > !

and this morning reported for duty at g i

( of Trenton. Tla., was Ben. Phillips I ,*who has been spend- the High school building. She comes Gillette Razors and Blades 1

"to Saturday for ing a few days here with his sister, very highly recommended as a teacher (
a few hoursIinesa.
Mrs. S. J. White left Saturday after- having had a number of years Kodaks Brownie Cameras I!'

noon for New York. experience.
I
''iBushby. 4f-Alton .waslnthe I Huyler's Candies :i
I&tvda.y afternoon'. and! register- 'School books ana school supplies at Learn Stenography and Typewriting s

t\e thel Florida Boo / upply Co./Buy' one it pays better than a clerkship Victor Talking Machine and Records I
dollar's wo/ui and get st chance to teaching or day labor. Our $30 of-
. Gras fer lasts only this week. If you be-
'Sarah t win two $25.00 prizes.
Versalles, Ky )
lithe ? gin now you will graduate and havea I Ij

\9uthere.dtj;.Saturday and spent a School Bags It' /-Florida Book positlo .by the New Year. Suwannee Drug Company 1 j,!

f Supply 'Company ha;/ 500 nice school Southern Business College and Shorthand _

lUYiintoi and wife of ,Val- bags to be given away next week. School.

- .tai herg yesterday 'on their First come, first served. I
kite\ Park.. From the appearance of things this

---..-.. LOST_A \ailroad mileage book morning, the public schools of our
"I, 't 111l11tea.d containing abAit 900 miles issued to city have really begun. Children by '
IUd.daughter. Description of Job Work |
. Every
j
l tine. Grove 'section, were inV J. W, Edmo on. Finder please the hundreds were seen headed towards

r terday; ; return to Dem rat office. the school building, and surely can be done by !I
.
mirth and merriment were in the very i .
-
,& .tov E. C '\ Every patron and all interested in atmosphere! Laughing lads and
Hudson, of Live Oak Publishing Company.
T* tee registered. at the the cause of education should, by all merry maidens make. us young again.
;
moms means, attend the Educational Rallyat

-' the Courthouse tonight. Miss Hildergard Mann of DeLand

l t Ycl:1rly,of DeLand, was in reached Live Oak Saturday night and THE ORIGINAL .

"'feq hours Saturday after- Miss Nannie Hampton, of Hampton! went to work in the High school this J: NNED'Y

-b nesat Springs, was in the city Saturday morning. Miss Mann is one of the The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on $J- S Il

afternoon for a few hours. She left best teachers in Florida, and the the bowels,and thus assist in expelling colds from I

Plovde. school is fortunate in the system is new and original in Kennedy's
-- u. a popular drugiM on the Seaboard for Lake City. High havingher ;
Qt assistance this year* Laxative HoneyandTar. Nearly all other cough ;

,) ri5""heciw Suwannee Bakery has opened In cures are constipating,especially those contain- ;

the C. T. McDaniel store, oppositethe The Suwannee High school opened ing Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and 1

Petty vent dawn to Perry court house. Fresh cakes and this morning with a very large en- Tar moves the bowels, contains no Opiates.LAXATIVE. I

here be has a contract to bread daily.-Suwannee Bakery. rollment of pupils. All of the teach- J'
=
s building. ers were in their places and ready

.._, Bea Iful plaid silks in ill colorson for the work before them, and the A certain safe and harmless remedy for

Poaud came Up from Perry distfay in Miss M. V/, Edwards' I pupils seemed determined to put ina all Coughs Colds. Croup. Whooping Cough. ,
i -i yti u> spend the day with his window! Don't fail to see them they good year of hard work. The schoolis La Grippe. Bronchitis Influenza and all Lung !i

Oak friends have just arrived andre beautiful.Miss supplied with the very best talent and Bronchial affections. Mothers praise the i ID

b. I obtainable in the faculty and nothing children's favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey fi

.aew: rebound and Isja Brown left yesterday has been neglected in the fittingof and Tar AND

prices r/asonable at afternoon for Spartanburg, S. C., the school to make this the most COUCH SYRUP IA
Scppl7 where she will resume her studies at successful term in its whole history. ,

Converse, College. Miss Isla is one of, Many improvements have trustees"and been made P:'Pf&d At th. Laboratory Of L C. D.WITT A CO., CHICAGO, V. 8.TI3 A.
lj Prosperous farmer of our most popular young ladies and over last year.' 'The RID ClOVM BWSSOM AS D TSB LOUT M* U 0* BTBRT BOTTtI. Is
4 gas m the city for the young folks will seriously, ..Diaslies members 'of the School Board have
Sold' City Pharmacy.
:D41 morning.x while she is away. seen .t'o that. : by "


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:of &urtrofflc :UTe*6*&; Fferf&? '"
to the adoption jt
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The location tfsIr blTj tt8 tti trisitratStass oftkiaiado"ers

BUTLER BROTHERS either dwelling or 'buiineM house

i-racticallr; a-'well-bttirt''; A'r.,,: tibuM right d etammt besfld kin
: teed for the{ .
oeasion
!.-situated upba'one oVti wtsv T&t >r M "

Fall AnnouncementfA j' ::: ,-, i. house has five'room*, four1 of which tertte [IDLE ,

are very large and two of which are ee.nry for ateb pwpaai
,' { \:> 'Cj" on inside d bieIt&eked the epeasa lobe
painted the) ; also a tea r t

new feature of stock this will be :' chimney and flue la the Kitch: Seebtion The by hs .
A our season a com j en. An outhouse and a cistern''areon the uaeeent ee at [, Money

I reason of such draiaatt '
plete l line ofBOYS' this lot the cistern condition could should easily hbooard t 'eta fADprredMari -, lttnr 1 I lltuf7 .
be' Into
put food <<; them for such drsinag,
: any'one prefer cistern tr'ater. A, fire lo "
.
__ tf:
: CLOTHING insurance policy' of' ?270 goes 'with A n'lestmct.

the sale of the place, the poUcy, expires That Section Bin <
xm titution of the Stu.- ft'eryv
'rlJ08. The little lane between tame U hereby smffldJjyjupreme POrturdUM 1at .

Dexter's fence 'on the N. and Evans* a Tl i m

on the S.: belongs to the plot of land, Court shall i fJIollarsayear. /_. --j
Every possible advantage to purchasers gar Th bjarr
d-wky-tf H. 0. EVANS. shall b* three ttollars -
been combined in our efforts to make ou. a year."

Juvenile business a signal success. A greatportion .j Article That the fareaoet I I "'

of our stock are the superior produc- NOTICE OF ELECTION.To Ad the same i be ye

tions, of the Ederheimer-Stein work rooms.BOYS' the geoarat State election for spptvTel of repre ar money tilt

the Sheriff of ,Suwanaee County S.cUDn: 1.Article XYIlStSc #
Approved May 81st.H& f'tIIt -
SUITSBoy's Of the State of Florida:. AITasgIj'That someth"_ ;


Bo it Known That' I, H; CLAY the Constitution the following e| tu a.edpgt gtaa tf R, p1aoe ''f' tit.
Suits in double breasted and knee the
jacket pants of to Judiciary Department yOU
et CRAWFORD C; Secretary of State ties 39 of said Article vTbusillj
and double breasted Norfolks with bloomer pants.
by agreed to and shaaUmiEBsJJi
the State of Florida,. do hereby .give of the State at the eS .
4 s Durably made and lined; carefully tailored, general ;! PtRif
I notice that a tha first Tneeday stterh.eMt THE
her.A. D.,1904. for rswrita l fI

e 0 :, $3.00 to '$7.50CHILDREN'S General Election wit Section: 39. The' annual a- t "" 't

will,, be held in Suwannee. County, each of the Criminal Clara d I Itereafter .

State ,of Florida, on .Tuesday next to be. w1h -
by the county where
p SUITSChildren's succeeding the first Monday in ,November hall be aa Iollowav Ja
eo.nhat ..
'
,
......
thousand population, -
ent i
A": D., 1906 the said Tues- counties of from littaen thosards tb.ad & B. IsFLORIDA -
Suits in Russian Sailor Blouse with large t aneu tt E.
day being the .fofaf O
sailor collars, bloomer pants, made in accordance with counties of frgra ;
SIXth'Da November
,of five thousand populatiDk tnl
highest standard for boy's clothing. and in counties of morel:
For One Representative of the'Second. pulation. twenty-five toadred

Congressional District o! Floridain repeahng any tad all puts d tls,1
$2.50 up to $6.50Boys' lion in conflict herewith,
the Sixtieth, .Congress of the Approved June S.Ih0& Mil

United States. AimThat
the following a a ] 11. .
For Two Railroad Commissioners for the Constitution of the State rf..
: School ShoesA the State of Florida. to the Judiciary Depsrtnwit tsitiou wrrl Aw 1 ." V =
: .
.
40. 41.C. 43.44.tf.tf scoria; Two Justices of the Supreme Courtof W be and the same are Ben K 4j .
be submitted to the elected 4 tk J 110'". ..ie '- .
Webster Dictionary given the State of Florida. general election to be held a tkfa'
I of of ter the first Monday in Novrha,1, = 1 I
For Two Members the House t4a 1.ExPflll&.
FREE with} every pair. ratification or rejection, tarn
Representatives of the State of Section 40. There shall U .s.....
I
county of Escambia.vhenenrtat .
Florida. county shall so determine kj 11
vote cast,on the aoestiooattQ 51I.
I Assessor of Taxes.
For... County a court of record and Chas lUli. -1- ...... -w-
For Tax Collector. court who shall be appointed kjrtbconfinned '
by the Senate whtiUlk I .,. ...
what it This
label is like
XTRAGOOD means. on clothing For County Treasurer. six years and whose salatyiaillsi eo p ril'u a..r ,
1 Commts five hundred dollars a year, ptnM -14 : t
For Five County loners. '
5 the painter's signature on a.: masterpiece of I the county of Escambia' Th r ate -\)1.--\ )1.4'1I
For Three Members of the County' record now established Louis ) .
art. It vouches for the genuineness of the quality-the perfection I upon the adoption of then mote p LY.---- -
j .Board of Public Instruction, and be the court of record as hail i .. .
of the work. For Justice of the Peace in and for all officers such criminal tout 4 -I 4 11 p aFiLr..r. --
i be officers of such court of wad a ,_.
f ) the following Justice Districts, the duties and receive the &M -I&. L' -
until the expiration of tbeffprarttai I Ia
Our men's clothing department is still up to the standard in I Viz: No. 3, No. 4, No. 6, No. 6,'No. Section 4L .Th laid eoort nt 4 p M' '--mt O.
core,,,, exclusive original juriadictioBrfi L.. .....__
7, No.8, No. 10, No. 11, No. 12, flotwpitalwhkh.hallariwkd EMB
every particular-nothing but the best and in the latest styles.
and shall have in Eacamta AI.--
No. 13, No. 14, No. 15, No. 16 an .. ..
with the Circuit Court and Great acunty. I
r No. 17. tha acme original jwwficM I

BUTLER BROTHERS For Constable in and for' the' follow- cases judge and of said matters county u,the and tinnitus tat sw}** a HI Ar.4I I ,, .

I) ing Justice Districts vizo.. 1, R 0, writs of mandamus, injunttss i
certiorari, prohibition,habeumps Bj
n n n n n n n n '2. No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, No. 7, proper and necessary to th toss/a* I N p m\"''''- .r--

0. No. 8, No. 19, No. 11, No. -12, Na.L their fudge jurisdiction of said county.1 as the except circuit 0111 cat 4 S I 00 p s. Lv.--- s

MARKING TRUNKS. 13, No 14, No. 15, No. 16 and thorlty to aummona and emuue ipi: St" Aft -
shall sz IB 1 -
Section 42. There M
t don't know." replied the bachelor FOR CASH SALE. No. 17.InTestimony. court: in each year. I .,,,_
"unless it is because Section 43. There shsfl ta fa to|
plaintively Four quarter-acre lots in one will Whereof, I have here- prosecuting attorney whe ibJ b W I \AI....,..
studio life is corrupting my good and confirmed to taJ L.iIh4 ...-
the Governor ,
be sold to the highest bidder 12 unto Bet my hand and affixed the "
= When you eat your break who shall hold his office for four ria
f o'clock Tuesday noon, September great Seal of the State of, Florida penution shall be fixed by a*. I m a-
[ all by yourself and there's nobody Section 44. AU offense twlbi* ..
to dip a spoon into the sugar bowl 25, 1906, On the the following plan: at Tallahassee, the Capital, this shall be prosecuted upon Wonnoais ;\

it's all your own spoon and all ((1) The bidders will decide what the first day of September A. D. to grand be filed jury by of the the prosecntim circuit 0JU rt&tIIIIf**I! I ., 111 p rill. -

own sugar bowl and there's no- they can give for the place and then 1906. may indict for any offense tnaw ill& uaIUh ..,. --it-
of record Upon the finding of and fl .ilv.--
to see or to care, why, you are al- send their bids by mail or telegramto (L.S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD, the circuit judge shall cOIllIlIl1Orlli'! J u, lth rLe.a.v., .

bound to get careless and forget; Mr. E. G. Evans 1635 10th street Secretary of State. for trial in the court of record ita '
.
dip it into other sugar bowls N. W., Washington D. C. A bidder To J. H. Rickerson, Sheriff of Su- be upon information.Section 45. The dark of ad I "M, ilI'" ,,'''--
?" elected by the electors of F.scamit f.H I I . .. ,
you -New York Press. 151 ,.. .- -
may change his bid as often as he wannee County. shall hold office for four yeiij rays i'j

wishes but the last bid will be taken. r tion shah be fixed oy law.executm*...rrv: t Lk I z p..1.I' ...._, -
SenlptoiV Potboiler bia county shall be the g

: were walking past a beautiful These bids will be received until 8 NOTICE OF ELECTION.WatiaxAs. I court Section and 46.his duties The same sad fees rind tldk rf s >apr."s'\

and white house in New York o'clock, Monday night, September 24, The Legislature of 1905, under the practice which obtain in thedread IllS' a'fepaAL.: ; tW
door cap was most exquisitely 1906. Every bidder will make his Constitution of 1885. of the State of Florida did county shall obtain in the a1 das ? I
Dose five Joint Resolution proposing Amendment laws relative to criminal Wrt 'r
\' The sculptor pointed t3 it. letters and figures plain so there will to the Constitution of the State of Florida, and otherwise provided heat alal1Itcont.l'Ol : = r ..
the game were agreed to by the court of i-ecoai.L' ) tIqrap M TeMplalr tgtnea ..
a vote of three-
work he
said. "That's
the be
) iwt- no mistake as to what the the court otM*
person fifths of all the members elected to each House: may be had from Land CJ&atk
the
I do while I work ou my mas means. No fictitious Initial that the vote on said Joint Resolution were entered cuit court of another county for *.
nor a.
fII* HAIL Cn-Jirtlt rrsayav ewasr
I
It Is nothing unusual with upon thier respective Journals, with yeas under the lawn provxlat
names will be considered. and nays thereon, and,they did determine and venue from the circuit UlUrtof ex,Cji
to do such work. Two of the direct that said Joint resolutions be submitted circuit court of another coanff. ..-'.- .- '
KirL"I' pieces that were sold to the (2) At 12 o'clock Tuesday noon the electors of the State at the General Election. to may in his discretion order die tone P" .
September 25, 1906, Mr. E. 0. in November. 1906. Escambia county or of *W ;
museum last winter were Now THEREFORE, L H. CUT GUWFOBD.Seeretory or more terms or parts or-- I
-
I by a man whose regular business Evans will telegraph the highest bid- give notice of State that aGENERAL of the State of.Florida,do hereby, of may record.be tried Any before civil cases referee vV,,*air. TlANTIO, 1M.

I to make door caps." der, if the bid warrants the sale quaUfication of the judge of the*Jj

naming the amount stated in his bid. ELECTION may be tried by circuiteourtof a judge ad%&fled>* ,

? 1 The tsual War. At the same time Mr. E. Q. Evans will next be held in each county in Florida on Tuesday of erred any other to the county in the ssa*'Ill"ing
succeeding the first
said Jacky "would like Monday in November. to the same previsioM U j pw' Florida GMK .*
: l i you will telegraph the address of the win- A. D.,19O6. the said Tueaday being the ceedings in the circuit court rl

t have me give you a birthday pres- ner and his figures to the Live Oak. SIXTH DAY Or NOVEMBER, Section 47. The Supremi(;oIIrt d
*'0a J
? shall have appellate WV .t
t indeed." Bank, Live Oak, Florida. The highest for tke ratification objection of the uid Joint and i*equity originating to the- Virginia North
Resolutions fdbel.i
proposing of
j Amendments to the Constitution and in cases of conviction
i now is the time to double my bidder will go Immediately and of the State of Florida. ,1 iz: of record. The circuit tourtaf t:7.
the amount AkTKXB xxyml shall have final appellate j"io--- South Cat t
pocket money so & I'll have: the pay over to the Live Oak That Ole Blowing demeanors tried in tke coort.rf.lfJ L

|I to buy It when your birthday Bank, Lire Oak, Florida; or if the of the Constitution of the amendment State of Florida to Article be XVI and peals or writs' of error''

i ."-Pearson's Weekly. winner be not in Live Oak, Florida, it is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to of cult record Court. shall be prosecuted ia d,
the electors l of
f i the State at tie rand
he will general election,to according to the ware "...: .a
be
I
held
immediately on the first
telegraph his Tuesday kft.erthe
lint Monday the cucui'"""' The Great .-
I Stag to the Quick. money to the Live Oak Bank, Lire in tion.November. A. D..1906. for ratification:/ or rejec- : preme proceedings Court.Approved .from "lfhw..

I you I look very pale. What's Oak .Section 32. The June 6.1905-
Florida. Governor the Comptroller; the -
trouble?
1 I I was stung to the quick by an ((3) As soon as the money is paid their Treasurer.the r of Agriculture Attorney of the General State and of Florida the eommisio and-- AIt1CL 11JIL 14( : IOrIUaEast.t. .

this afternoon." over, the Live Oak Bank will telegraph and designated successors in office, are hereby constituted That the following stn. ,
I as a board draiaage commission. of the Col18titutionof the Sa J r,1|
F did it happen?" Mr. E. O. Evans at his expense. "", and are hereby authorized and empowered to the same is hereby agreM" !I g
i establish a system of canals drains, the.-
I I dropped In at the bank, and Mr. E. G. Evans will immediately tel- and reservoirs of such dimension and levees depths, dikes as in era mitted! election to the in electors 1906 for ofJ rstc+Sur!,. N 1Mat a tap
the ..
,: 1 bookkeeper told me my account egraph an attorney at Live Oak, Fla.,, stoners judgment is deemed of said advisable board .of to drainage drain and cormnis-TecWm Section L Either thereof branch d
i t overdrawn." the a regular session if LOR1DAANDYtS1L
to make the transfer. Should the swamp and overflowed lands within the State menus to this Constitution.ed III" '" I't
of Florida, such tIIt>"t
,parts o r portions thereof as Uuwjinsu a..t tn hv t.hree-filtha of off
highest bidder show a disposition to oat DY saia board of drainage commiauaptn to each house, such proWaa"be

: : delay action It may mean that he irrigation from of the time lands to time reclaimed, and to and provide to maintain for the the entered and upon nays their and shall revPerud b t+ AND NEW Yiiiif idJL11O1 .
yeas
U not sincere, therefore after due su such*canals,drains,levees,dikes,and reservoirs in newspaper in each coun4p

course of time, the Bank would be territory manner so drained as will be the most State advantageous of Florida,to its the inhabitants the published next ,general for one election month fk

: telegraphed to drop the name and Section and S3. the That commerce the thereof which election the same sbsn d I XOMflMl 9*
board
of drainage com- electors of the Stat forspP! drsr
SUWANNEE BAKERY I then the next highest name and to missioners establtshdrainagedistrictaand are hereby authorized and empowered a majority of the eeeW'vou l C [ [ 1
:: fix the boundaries menu at such electsofl abdl ah
amount thereof iD w
would be sent to the bank. board of drainage the State of Florida. That the menu the sam chaUbecame itution.

I When everything is agreeably settled .thorized and empOwered commissioners to! tie and it Saw- The prop Asasubmitted
the
Prepare a list or lists a*to
i all bidders will be informed of .of able all the alluvial 0r8amp and overflowed tax.I amendment enable ?
Bread Cake Pies Etc. : lands within inch drainage district or dis- at the election at which tta* tutL'MN ciRs
their tricta ,
'! standing on the list and be and \levy thereon an acreage tax not exceeding tof ore adopted by the clatter V A.'D It u..aJWt
i heartily thanked for tea cents per acre per annumn to be fixed a part of the Constitu frr
entering the contest annually by said board of
drainage tic
Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a II i There will be no way for a 'ties and embraced the vaM!ii h tax art&88essi orrc whole commissioners varillua within such,. adoption Approved of the June same.61905.;comply fi{ as far Coast u.. lei I 1.. .-
in
.. I bidder to find out from Sir E. G. drainage district or districts shall receive such amendments The votes cast and lie aas a7 East 1a W.lJttr +t+ jti

Specialty. At the old Racket Store, in front of j 1| Evans what another has bid. of 1 lie the and or county and or enter counties the same in which upon such the fends tax rolfc may nlationa returns thereof and restrictions,shall be *5fW Pprpdg and New Qr1u,r t'... .

<. ( j These lots are situated in the heart the amount so levied by the board of drain- General Elections in the Sts-*
age commissioners
-the Court House. Clegg and Knowles, Props. j of the city of Live Oak, Florida. may misuouers> prescribed( in by such the board manner of d and form com-as L' rs TiwoNT hand w and HEeEOF affixed,I bsa fLa t COt1sUtT 1M ft.. t lo

)l\j Bound north by George Houston's be collected ruin by the time various to time which amounts shall [ ) ;.State of Fiords. et or
+ tax
countwherein collectors of the Capital, this 6rSL and I. jtui4141 .-- ..
such f
: ; I place; E. By.Shackelford; S. by Dex- other taxes are eoIJe ted levees in accordancT have wiTk" 16' g. aehedule.a.
,
ter; W. by Hamilton street: The plot .and pay over said amounts coUected to the board .w ... k.*
f .
drainage
eommiaaronere. said commissioners To J.IL R1CKERSSOW.L Yb'n BQyLStOH. 1' rafla 1y(

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\. tUIft Ie.\ n t\f.e AAjS mrnftw 1LW1tYA
It..aaat .:Egypt has been regarded by Mint .
!:, # 1ft ,
t.a1 iA peoPlt M-th land*of Plraa klai -....- *" ,- -> .* ..
tIa Ib.Ireatioq As. .. r v '!
"' .. .. tk"t ... mumnies -. but ;'jtt his from timofJaf { I.I.! q:
w.t f. M lNE'VJt :
: t,*, :::' =' 1akt'f ty 1 l1 me rhad af rcpntation foronions. 'I I TWO TRAINS,DAILY TO WASHINGTON AND NEW.YOBK. i t jr*

." .... .,....- I.msc1 .M AncUnt Egyptians a>on l| ; .i
.
:.
$ 4.W. 4d4 sa eet.UBS to hllald.1a4 ( the onion*and rlsiinled* the*'plant"issacred.The4naerlptlon Sefcedul Effective NinenbcrJs. 190
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.. : .
... t'l I
:.... .. ... .... toe' ........to...'".ter ". t i I I jl J I )> .oo ttw-.pn.- .,.

....... la 11ae Uo.il17.;; : often lies I idle I 6 mid of Cbeops tells u? that the workmen No.34 No. SO; TwoTraJM Eut. Na m NORTH AND WEST ,....
.
I I II .. t tt lit 1M li'rI I ... et
1 TJacksoBTilleAr40ajlO
maw"'/... had: onions given to them and T Kp' 1p Ar.JaekaoDviUes.R Ar ;-.
Ott 41....p...... 1114.... $ U 49p;LT_Jetwp -Ar 10 SOp Lv Jmap. G*. S.Ry.LT a.
from
...... .. rooan opportunities for the Bible we learn that the Hebrews 1 Alp 12 15p;LT_.SaTaanaa._Ar SO* LTJUeoa.G*.S. Ry.L
:a. draIMn :: < &5p ( OOa Ar ..Columbia.-LT 5 '
.AtlaDm.GaS. .LT
tar ....."., when slaves: under Pharaoh .1 By
.1 ; Ly
1006pJ064 9 &aAr..Charlotte : 7 .Rome.Ga..
30a .& Ry Lv
AliiIJ *...... I.
Ma gjs enjoyed these bulbs and that when faraway AIGneuboro..Lv ,
4 U Ma 12 Sip 8 Z5a Ar.Dolt. .Ga.&Ry.LT u f
,
'
t, ... I 1 AMKUnafertia ; but these op-' they remembered "the leeks and 210pAr..I ille..L.Ar.aichmoDL..L.. t 45a ArChtfanxa.TS. Ry.LvS '
., \ 'S 5s Ii 28p Lexiattft, KQ.&C.Lv ;
wit ItkM < i alae itf I the onions and the-gir: t'. The Egyp- Ar..Lpchnr.-.y T 4ep AF.C ne-natd.OQ. *_a LTS I' >>

Iw4s.H ...ill Jq_....,. 1M ltate of .! ie not come tion onion IS a handsome and useful 6 417a IIZa 420p I lOp Ar.CnarlotteerlUe Lv 40p LT ''tdOBirUr' -, '. "I-
a' AI./Waahiqtoa..Lv I Ua Ar.Chicno.: Ill Big! 4.LT 1.0.
,21 .. ... 1ft" I, -1011" : 9' vegetable, and by selecting the best t 45. t 50p
11 SSp Ar.Ia1tim-.Lv LT.Cine't'ti Pa.UDM.Ar
.. -..-.- strains of seed the quality tends year 11145p 235* Ar....W. PhilLr 8 35p Ar.Chieavo Pa. LWO.LT
7 lea
H:* ft* ftflti&ft qu .
I t0C.art. 'hsU e( month or even p by year to improve. The Egyptian -.l3p-6 3011. Ar... N..York..Lv 8'LT.Cinc'atti CH.&a Ar
A If
AK* ho.fal.ryo .
knows two varieties the "Baail" and Not. 34 and sC-TJew: York and Florida Ex- 7 afAr: Chicago MonRouteLTtSpiT.Cin'iUktiC.
'.... r--- .
S : ** Pullman Drawing Room SleepingCar. 6 .H.AD.Ar
tact the llskloul. but supplies of the lat prea Daily
the 'wtN.L_ 1he meantimep Port Tampa and Jacksonville to NewYork.No .I 5 20a -TbldPC. H,*IXLT '
u.,.... r' ., ..Ca..titaooa ter knd: are seldom, seat abroad,, as *. 30"Wu5Ingmn and Florida, 7 25a Ar Detroit.Mich.P.M.Lv -

the.&MIIWI.... I".proy..a be eubaIitW. '''' ; they absorb so much tnobtiire'from the Limited." Daily Pullman New Drawing York.. Room Dining Skxp-Car. 9 SOP LT Cin'MtlBif.Ar '
should to
.-..rl.et.a.f ...Pl'elelltai'II' be'earning I frequently lrrlglteJ: /ground .''n', which iq Car.Jacksonville 6 j s Ar,CI vd nd.BitFourLT i.

.... CtU/f! .... L Art ds IVIIot try they are that they do not stand< LAND or THBSitT.LT Ii 30p\Lv.Leingtan 3RjXr :
A.-4 I grown No.SOIKt THROUGH
par 21st.1906.. 810p'LT.Louavtne..3.
8y..LT
i ;;2 Ibbc3 I IIIJ sail( .it can if a'aea well The "BaaU" onion 717&Ar.St. Loeia....S. }'
I Aar' arc :Iii ; ; \ ; | voyage ...... JackaoaTille FU._.-ArLT .. Ry.Lr ,.
n. W U the more popular Egyptian onion 12 l a _Savannah Ga-Ar.Columbia. 10 02a Ar-Annislon.A S-Rj-Lr
It ffUY ... loIlewlll' Is 6 lOa Ar..._. S. C-_M.Ly 12 01a Ar-Blnn'hamA5.Ey.L.v
-III u.e [it in this bank. and is grown in yelow'soil, which Cf"
I ..aM ... t&te It 1 SOp Ar__.JUhviUe. N. C.-Lv 6 05pAr-Menphis; ...LTj4teAr .
I tI .... .! !,. w $1 eat&MI4.e1&rJ Arde1e DeP&rtment,.to () sparlnIJ"wntered while the bulbs are 2 S7p Ar.,. .H-ot Springs. N. C..Lv | KanauCityFriaeoLv 'J!
V. be _..
.a Lr
tit ..., at" et..... $.....abalJ b.ab -- maturing, in order that the onions may COOpAr.SSOaAr_.......Louisvilla Knoxville Tenn.Ky.._:: Lv 8 9 30p 2Oa''Ar-Hc4 Memphis.SprinPoArk..LvNo. Tenn. .Ar

J I u". ttss aythi a8llera1 S NATIONAL BANK stand a lengthy ilea voyage with. little _..St. Louis. Mo._.LV
1M. the | ......._ LT
9 a 81oa612pAr Br.........Cincianatt. O !!
,
I i I : A. lius toe risk of sprouting. SO.-Daily Pullman Drawing Room Buffet
-T .- : :. ; i : Sleeping Car Between Jackaonvile HendenoDville. >.
... ..... I. me aaauaj l : LYVE 'bAK, 'FLAY I EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE ON A hvi11e. Hot Springs.. Knoxuilla and Oncinn&tti -
::;: ..., i =:r::Crsnt.nl Cow y .4 i .... .... .. a I Cheap Living In Norway. :ALL TRAINS.

s.Ii!! tf tett ....+.,. w bs utaWiah-. : 1:: '! l" : : :, '"It Is a good scheme." said a rich -,. ,- .
I M 1M....,......aucla
..if Tll .Kati' ..... ....,.. CUII1 man "to spend the summer In Norway. No. 13-Florida LImited-Dai1y Solid Vettibule Train. Through day coacher and Pullman SleepUf .-
I t....... ..wakUoe.C III eside?t :c., A. ,HARDEE, lV, The Norwegian climate U superb the CanJackaonTille to Atlanta.Chattanoon and CincinnattL Ala Pullman Sleeping Car Jeuu f
--1 **HI fi4te. ........ ,,,,. atteQ i : ".'W. J.' 'HILLMANlf ICe-Pr es. to Colorado Springs,Co!..via Birmingham. Memphu, Kansat City.
IIM iifQa M.. ; scenery is grand and the I living Is
h
......"flats .. {.ate ty cheap-a dollar a'day at the hotels and
r-. "" ,.. JAMES FREEMAN. District Paaaenger ent.l08 W. Bay St..1MUoDYW" Fla.
.'rt ......'* Vorartw.. I carriages at a half dollar a day. Onefine S.H!HAtDWlCL P.T.L W.H.TAYLOR.G. P.A. BROOKS MORGAN.A.C. P. A:

.. pW, ... hll i j thing about Norway Is that In the
rwu.i" .....lI; ....ty-ave .of. ..
a.m..s..atelL.nwity. J" summer the night only lasts a couple

*< u* !I I ,....... JIII8 L tto&tall of hours; and,If 'you 10'IS, fur .as the

i i, J.ana.a Un :RAILWAY: North cape there U no night; at all. Live Oak Perry & Gulf
tb.
-...-.. ...., :t;I.....-.u..'uUowtn_.,thesme of SCHEDULE. : but the sun circles round and round

II 1M'1IItiatrJ the horizon'and never sinks below.
Departmlll to ON S,lA. 1, RY, AND A. C. L. RY. AT LIVE OAK.
.. ,
i 1m .
1. a. u.t4.u. abound In t fish
.. The Norwegian rivers Railroad
s Company.
; -. ...nj j i f, w sd tile same aN besby '
..*A'IIW W to u.. _ton of "I .CBITHAI. T1MK. a&4D UP' and auy one U free to an;b for trout
.1, ** *<..UrtkM to bated oa
I I ia them. The salmon rivers though.
APRIL
I SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE W. 1906.
III ti. L '
.. I
.. '
j" No. 2.and. :
...Reed.i. : No.V. are strictly: preserved. Some of the

..1t of I *WL, TUMaUU be STATIONS. Mail MixedFft Daily salmon .rivers are very, fine and rent ';:J -::0.' !a
s..Ms Jecutbia. vhumar r
jj"eI &uos.0 W
auMUaUllM 4 twiaiM by Expreaa. Except for as much as $!,000 a year. I knowa "0 I-.. .
>%*** Mto*..... .. DM Dtstion at u a, ) \ j I .: I I" : j i j : t I' Daily. Sunday. man who baa a river only two miles II tJ C\Iz\ "0 C x M
6 Mrt.,rwoN and then shall I'rL and filii STATIONS x $ ,s.,
and Pus Passenger :
evert ........ b sppoiated 1y .. l long that h? pays $1.800 for. He often Hall : i1z-g:: jj,1 :::1 w!
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et.br..d b till lelllte wkoshall E A $ '
p6 assn W.ha.. 'I ; -Uv Oak__..... ..---Ar* 020am 6 SO pm gets fish sixty or seventy pounds. The No.1 No.i Dally N o.eL a Sun -

.;:;.Wl..... ...herded 1etWei eu. pair 6rt day I called on him his wife came In Daily Sunday Only
tleawNW. et LaambIL: Tb *. Porater..T.: ;-Lv. 1000am, 6 30 pm with a forty pounder a twenty-two A. K. P. K. liaK.. P. M. P. Yo A. K. A. M.
u ANal .._.. "'II tabit.b.d ill ; ) '' Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Ant VI
tits tie ....UcIa el theM ..... :t5...---;""" : .-_L.V. t E2'a m 620 pm pounder and a fifty-one pounder that 8 00 1.30 2 Li.e 0." 430 5.40 10.00 ualiS

.. .*... t.rI' ...*.4.*M..IM..ef Miut such 01 criminal reconI..c < ; 'I' :. _- .'R ;.-1.i.otley---'K.; ___L. 950am944am V' i A 603 pmS i ehe had" caught} herself within three 8 18 U3 1.48 2"S 3 00 01 -_-.Starr.-Koch Sink."..-.,.'_.-. a 416 112 U8 Ut 946 9.42 iI'9.18S

....... hours. ,
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Me" court of Z2 1.52 5.20 9,38 1.1I1
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I I. ...... a4 Mcdvtj the .. :"\jn ':""" '::7I-'LY. 55 pm540pm II 2S 1.55 315 -..... Mercer ... t Q5 U1 9.35 US
..,.... ... s 130 'J'latt.-
of their .834 2.et S 66
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.. $ K* .stt.. ttLl Milt court pr aM ....._.. .Wilmarth.._....... ...... -. ..__.Lv. 9 S6 a m THE BREATH OF LIFE. Ar. 839 Ar 2.09 Ar. a 40 .-Lancaster.Lv 348 Lv 5.00 L.9.18.26 Lv!6.50 8.40Ly. !

** IS.W .Maa**artflaal.jurisdiction of ......... WilmEith.__......_AF,. 8 45 Lv US Lv. 410 415 Do.-lill. Park. Ar S S9 Ar"55 Ar 9.10 Ar LIZ
.M. vaMUL w bkk shall aria in F ---.5.---- fact that the Ar U9 S 33 Lv"DO 9.06 LOS
YS e$1lot a4 aha! a*N .. EccamUa i j ..:. Lur vil1e.- _::::":" "': .Itea significant $50S Lv 4.50 .11nChanQ'_,... '!.-_ 330 ArUS 8.06.
.4* U*ttrcwt Court and : ."...._._..LuraviUe..5 ...._.. -...-...-. strongest animal of its size, the gorilla 52 Ar. 4 417 2S .BelL-Junction S 28 I 9.03 8.04
..***.....original JuriIcI /. 8 5T .1i1 Mayo J 2S U3 Lv 9.00 Lv 5.00
*... .*.ee aa4 aiattcri u the circuit < i __Wilmal'th.............-... ........... also has the largest lungs. Powerful 9 00 I 5.00 Lv. 4 40 ........Day.-_... 319 4.40 Ar 8.55 Ar UlI
511'Y .... ... ..... 446 Sdo
"- ?S* ea M,*. .af* caM m4MUra es aty.i.,and injunction the! s i : .-...B56aarfb......... .4..--. .-...:Ar. 9 25 am S 39 pm'.Lv. lungs means powerful creatures. 910 06 US 5.10 452 .- Townaend_,_. a J 00 Ii U4 UO 11.49 U5 7,9i';..28I
512 .smlth.
f i ft* T Hnanri pit,.. ...1 MvaiUtion....--rJ ta habeas the .."..... U.D.Suwannee River................_. 932am 5 37 p m How to keep the breathing organs 9 Z5 38 5:25 5.38 Z t1 -.Fenholloway_ Lv 2 1 41 35 U5 4.02 8.30 11.15 1.08 us
.. .. .. 2.8 should be man's chiefest study. Ar. Ii 40 __Perry.... I
tiaa the circuit right : Ar. t 50 Ar 5.50 Lv I.SO Lv 11.00 Lv
+ u MOAr.
h ......,a.d ceu at,. except\hi ...... _.....Norwood.3.2'....._."......._...Lv. 920 a m 524pmLT. Like thousands of others, Mrs. OraA. 1030 A. 6 30 Ar 535 H&JJIPWD SD's Ly Z 05 Lv 3.20 Lv 1.38 Lv US

4 1 lie Itarttf WtM U U MauttuiM Then sad shall cmpuwl be I ... .. .. .Mayo.... ................. ...... 9 12 a m 5 12 p m of Port Williams, 0.,
Stephens,
*Mf< to .ack year.m ....... ..............Mayo...;........._.._.Ar. 5 00 pm4Upm :MAYO and ALTON
.. tt. Tbr shall U 2.5 has learned how to do this. She
.** fc*.. a MHMlM aUaracy who aW ,..__......t.....Ahoo.........._........ ..Lv. of Dr. King's
I .... &i. tfc* 1iv.ersa and coafirmcd to I _; _Alrn....__._Ar. 4 20 pm writes: "Three bottles '
.h*taaB lard his office for four New Discovery stopped my cough of Itt and Pau Frt. and PIIII Passenger Ftt. and Pass Fat and Pass Passeni't'p
i(MVkt4, _'.. PWMI 99 band Pj la1!' .. .-..= ..............................Lv. 4 05 pm No. 7 No. 9 No. 11. STATIONS. No.8 No 10 I No 14
....... 44. All 011.triab. ; _._ ____....._ two years and cured me of what my I Daily Sun.u I Sun.
-*' ... .. Mayo. .Ar. 910 a m 4 00 pm Daily ex Sun. Daily_ ex. SUP Sunday Only ex Daily ex Sunday..... Only
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upon 3,5 friends thought consumption. 0, it's P.M. P. Yo A. K. 1'. 111. \'ji.-:
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Seen J M7 W tb.. circuit court 1.8. grand for throat and lung trou- 8.07
9.00 4.30 5.10 Dowling Park 1.30 8.54
,... IM 4 .(.*tatet..t4. fur Hi..any.a the offtrtM ending$ of -. _......:........ _.___._. 8 51 a'm 3 SO p m bles." Guaranteed by Barclay> 9.10 4.40 5.22 Mayo Junction '1.58. 1.20 8,<<
t\ ... 9.2 9.23 4.53 5.34 Clark 7.47 1.10 8.33
..... *..H.i Irtai fc.ta Nttd tlw. .court.shall of commit record or. ,,...---..A Z olds?..-... ._-. ,-....Lv. 840am 2 55 pm Groover, druggists. Price 50c and 9.38 5.08 5.<< I Peterson .35 1.00 8.23
10.00 s' .30 I 5.56 Mayo 5 7.20 .w ru
.. f I III..M...<....Itf.nutbs 4V TU clerk of Mid I .Cltarltoa...._..._.........Lv. 833 a m 240pm '1.00. Trial bottle free. Ar 1010 Ar 5.40 Ar 6.02 Alton Lv 1.00 {ILv 2.38 LV i 8.00I
3.9
hi ..........1y lU clacton of ...Xee ..__...._..__.._.Lv. 8 Z3 a m 220 pm Regular stop. Connection nude at Dowling Park for all trains to and from Live Oak and Perry
(t4lmve ftrfourrcv1MII 3.0 For information aa to connections with other lines 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent
Mauled Women of Unseat.
t .tpa. s/aM! hr shell lied U by the Ia. The { \ .___ '........ ..._...........LY. 815 a m 210 pm 'phone 147.Lewin Building Live Oak. \ .
ClCC Women of the better class in Muscatall
... I 2.6 THOMAS DOWLING. President R. P. HOPKINS. General Passenger Agent
.. .M. I ......sad.. 44 au autic 1 b. vine and feel rule* ,..._. ...__.Denmark.._............__Lv. 8 08 ami 35 p m wear muzzles which barely allow

I ftt an....*.w.k4r1).Vt tUiin.iB ta in the the court : ". ._._.......Perrr.U ......................"._Lt. 8 00 a m 1 ZO II m them to open the mouth or see with

-WI k..*.taU e ta rriminaJ Courts the eye or sneeze. If there happens to

t*Mafrvta. *|>i. kd herein* be a Cleopatra in Muscat she will never SEABOARDAir

...... ta. ourt of record. .Statio.. (f) Flag Station. (r) Register. (e) Regular StoP. (I) fascinate any Antony by the beauty
.. ....... ...* 1. ... f.... ike court of .
... -' af aaotkcr county for T.' P. ALSTON. Superintendent. of her well shaped nose for It Is keptin
.4 ..... providinc
a M tM passenger Agent.
V0to4 peer UM circuit court of a specially made, ugly case in whichIt

t t, ****ri tmrt af another county Is impossible to tell its shape. But Line RailwayFor
--
ta.p Ir u-dIaeethr6 order the this i U far better
C.rrabts ewat orUTM of an,.. with all Its faults a

,. .. ... .. .... or parttol system than that of cutting ol the nose

... ..... 4 *-to..trw4 4 A Mu ay civil*.a cause referee in or ft4M COAST LINE as men in the Kangra district in India Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh

..... of the of their
at the judge are wout to do when any

5E b f t Judge court ad of Bum.vlt spouses have proved too fascinating. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.

.Q ... I..*.. * i' t ae M tlr .uw pnvtawna u t Alabama
a Georgia -- Three Elegant Trains
01 Difly
** ta MM ewc.it avert : ,
t... in:* 17 TU Supreme Carton* FtMa.. .
rf l ...ftmlUt. jMrwdictioB: SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
44.... 44......ti Midutioc in the L North Carolina and Very curious is the method of fishing
i
It' .hl,1e.r of M'\ctioD\ of fe followed by the Chinese in the straitof SEABOARD EXPRESS
,; IItNr4 n.circuit court of
;
...hen....aPprlJ.\C jurwdr.i. : :;: Malacca. The fisherman lets down
+ ......4 aa tu court 01 Carolina. from the side of the boat a screen of SEABOARD MAIL
;At151 ." prosecuted stretched wood. The
white on
; d srsarlDI.Mk.tie the Supr ;,. : : canvas
..e.I1..t Mall...pruMClltC4 in shoal of fish mistake this for some
.t r.......4t*.: the taaie A I Coating obstruction and try to leap MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
lr Circuit
*----,.". .- p.4-I-.!JiM Ct.wt. the Highway of Travel from over It, with the result that the fish The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pull-

A4p..... Ia.S._1105._ jump Into the boat and are thus cap man Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine Jacksonvilleand

Aa'f&eU XUlL t W6 ti North South. tured. This method is employed by New York via Richmond and Washington. Leave, St. Augus-
;; in their waters.
Malays
"I flat MM ....iD.IIII. \
4t1 d*CVMiiuUoa of ththereof.. St 0 j tine 12:10: PM. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays.

I the .... 1I h..by.t+ Ills Experience.
..... It tie ..... of thc '
: asT .Ii ........ /a IM fur -TO THE EAST, THE:'' FAMOUS First ArtIst-But you love art for Itt ONLY LINE
i .,T 2 Igo..... L t Ulet branch 01 own sake? Second Artist-Why yes.
; ; .a'enwa.tt IDA1 Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans. J
>!: ....J;; 4n.ate Is ta. Cuettitution: IDd AND I'm coming to the conclusion that t
.... all WEST INDILIMITED Forrullilolfnrlllat1'n nn : ... er.l. l.. W w-AfLha 01 j j.4 that's all there is in Brooklyn Life.
vavk l.uw, each prat Gn nny agent of Seaboard or writeS. ,
n [... reepK
I.PM their
and thall be EXPRESS. the A C. BOYLSTON, JR., i
*M a J ear YORK The language denotes man.
-' uev_ to Mck COIIlltJ.-bere. Assistant General Passenger Agent. i
,- ,.,. .It&. fcr MM month """ coarse or refined character finds its expression JACKSONVILLE. Ii
,. "a. a wal elrction of JU naturally In a coarse or refined -

,'l..wa tertom,rI h Is.a.the same f.-shah'Ppron1 bew [ MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY= phraspolosy.Bovee. t

:: a e...,.i, .,1M electors toting 1 [ [ NOTICE OF SALE. the indebtedness of said estate, will, J
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t tuck elre-tloa
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..... _____'"n...... thaU tec&m adm ; 0)| ER1'' VIA ATLANTA. lie who does, tomorrow.not improve-German today Proto will Notice is hereby given that undei on Monday the first day of October, !

... ........ at la e..We thi ckct :! ;grow worse and by virtue of an order issuingout A. D. 1906, between the legal hoursof i
'... .. e.w.,4u..tep.rarly. AU ame sale of said day and at the front
'I'" .. r ... .n...at a llIthIa l.II of the court of the County Judge, t

'" ... <*..*a4.; He4 W the electorS art ,AND lHRO-UGH COACHES ON ALLJRAINS. in and for Suwannee county Florida door of the court house in Suwannee
from .. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is best.
,...:::: S past atSi M CoMlitutkm <' county Fla., bid off and sell at public I
...... ...-- Get DeWitt's. Good for everythinga dated the 31st day of August
.... ine via all
!to. aN'.I1ew6:1fu5 mileage books to all points
good out-cry: to the highest bidder ;
A. D. 1906 wherein and wherebythe
4' :: t1. ,....act Is a nrpb nee salve is used for, including piles. ,
2 wa "nu, std the canYISI-1! ; as.Washington.and as far \Vest as St. Louis, undersigned as administrator of therefor for cash, the following des
"!'-4 1I .......,. eh&U be f1Ibjtc\ Sold by City Pharmacy.
.. .:It.. lartP Orleans; rates $$25,00.. the estate of J. A. Adams late of cribed land or so much thereof as 1'1 i!

"itA M ':F.i"IWtIuuleth.Stateitf IIt wuaror. I paw b ; Suwannee county. Florida, deceased may be necessary to pay the indebtedness t
."..".. the.... :; CONSULT aforesaid estate to-wit x
15.4 s.d.dixed at Jthi8 THE PURPLE FOLDER. Buy your School Books and was authorized to make sale of so of the : 15

t I I IIMw .f Florkf&derwK \ School Supplies at The W K of the NV4 of section ,i
/t..k4 best much of the real estate of said decedent -
information regarding rates, Pullman reserva- be to satisfy eight ((8), in Township four (4), f:
as may necessary
IL
call on your nearest ticket agent, or write, Florida Book Supply Co. the Indebtedness of said estate I, south of Range fifteen (15) east, lying -

rt1. iL P.WEiUON.Sber RYLScoN Dist Pass. 133 St. Jacksonville. Fla. and being situate the county of
t Agent, W.Bay and J. H. Wetherington, as administratorof I
We will treat right give
Tia!.Pass. you of Florida.J. i
Fla. and state
Agent, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, chance to win two I' the estate of the said J. A. Adams, Suwannee

,. G aew Traffic Manager, General Offices, Wilmington, N. C. you a deceased, for the purpose of paying H. WETHERIXGTON. 1 1it
-10 en. Pass, Agent, Geaeral Offices Wilmington, N. C. $25.00 prizes.

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BAD RACE[ RIOT IN ATLANTA CAREER OF' COlUMBUS DREWContinued a
( shot and it is thought fatally injured.A Whigs of that day in opposition to "Out of the garret. oirtd if [auk Jordan blatwil twsstiwtiwiMi 'Zle .
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(Continued from first: page.) negro was shot in the hip in Mc- ( from first page.) secession and the dismemberment of Summoned am I tq nij dtG bead, tUI" theIr 4 isrd ...

a .Danjel' street at 9 o'clock, but the -- ----_ the American Union, but when his Long set aside with my lostc f [ to protect W... *rtMrtate ...
a battery of light artillery held In prompt arrival of militia saved him.A the new Comptroller:' That he met State seceded and joined the Con- I'm summoned to come Itdl Fill WO 'ib.. .<';

,reserve. street car conductor, white, was them all and that he shared with the federacy, he went.with his people and and a hum, JeD&ftM rehIbe sil Al\t
-, shot by,an unknown negro at 10:15( Governor and :with his colleagues in was loyal to the struggling South. With a voice like the tfai f>itt. Tie ..WC 111-.T -
his the cabinet the great work accomplished His well known business ability soon From some mighty macl: IktlN& Is4asN. r.... a :
3Iore Attacks Made Sunday Night and o'clock but injuries were not se- .
1 rious. for Florida by that administration -! brought him an offer of a position' grain may be clean! I iksiai I. .....s s-a..
Monday Morning. will stand to his and their ever from the new Government, and he 'Tis but me and m1l mig> At this hour the number of killed
lasting credit* was called to Richmond to a placeof When Jefferson Davis Jajfc Up Til..t4'ittbW1.K '
24. With sixteen
Atlanta. Sept. all told is placed at sixteen, but thereis .
The parents of Columbus Drew responsibility In the treasury department his home at Beauvoir ui fr refs '
companies of infantry one battery of no way of finding out the defi- ..
were from Cornwall, England, and where he served during had flashed the news thst4 i ftfifct loW '.@ '"> -
light artillery and one squadron of nite number as the negroes' friends came to America early in the last most of the war. As baa been shown}; was near,, there hnrri$4 Ira I. M..... i .-" .
carried the dead away in many cases,
cavalry under Col. Clifford Anderson century. He spent his boyhood and he was destined, during the dark days lamb. Fla., to that derotedtppi ... t 41 tiU tl...s 'a attepl
fearing the dead would not receive '
of the Georgia state militia, and the early manhood in Washington City which followed the Civil War to be home ,an aged negro net w '...... /
entire,police force still guarding the proper burial. Six bodies are at one= and, when quite a young man, was of great service in the political and mer body servant of the dZ *4d ..ewidrsftgy .
local colored undertaking establish
city, Atlanta this morning is com- employed as proofreader on the fam- financial redemption of his State. of the Lost Cause, with tat I ..lr bItiiiun
paratively quiet. The negro trouble, I ment. ous old "National Intelligencer" Columbus Drew was a' lovable seeing his former master Ufc t i" ,ft* .
At the request of the authorities,
i while breaking out in several sections owned and edited by Gales and Sea. gentleman. His nature was kindlY had closed his eyes but til ttar.1 lit ftp. <
the issued no extra editions -
newspapers
:j during last night, is now almost en- ton. In 1847 he was one of the Land his manner gentle affable and white-haired old slave iu* 1 'lie.ar i4 pM"
tirely abated. today. editors of the "American," which unaffected. He was an incessant This incident inspired lik 4 tr..i. .., .'I!I'I'tk !
By order of the Mayor saloons The men composing the mobs, brought him in intimate contact and reader a contributor magazine white.a .teaching poesy ,, _....

have been closed until further notice which have created the disorder are relationship with all the public men literature, and an art critic of. no called "The,Prayer. of JW\ +WM .. .......,."
and many business places, such as principally of the hoodlum class.' The of the day. He was an ardent Whig mean ability. A number of poems picturing the gceae 9f a fa1t- ri4M y sMerl ;
restaurants and all-night drug stores better element of the city is indignant 'I and as he was a forceful writer. composed by him went the rounds of fervently praying In th" +,j 4I1ber s.. .+rsIs

were closed early In the evening.In and outraged over the rioting Congressman E. Carrington Cabell, the American press. When the sea- of his old master 1I"J .w .... .,ee .
the early part of the night there and has joined in calling on the :i then representing the State in the ports of the South were blockaded paints a ,pathetic scene, wr lttr
were several cases where street cars authorities to use every possible effort i I House of Representatives, and other __ rietba
,' during the war and wa found 'our light on the r latjo/is. f forsfi i
were shot at from ambush, and a few to restore complete order. prominent politicians of the party, in- selves not only unable to buy cloth ing between the'old-time JJII'' wFa ,

motormen and conductors refused to Gov. Terrell stated tonight that he !| duced him to come to Florida in 1848 ,. from abroad wherewithto clothe' our :the old-time slave, \l tt:U tak 1 Mlta as*. ew eritts
I continue on the cars. For this rea- viewed the situation as one of the i and take editorial charge of the "Re- soldiers, and without facto'r1es'or that thetliterary 'prodsetial $ ii ,

son the Randolph Walker Magnolia I I most serious that has ever confronted ,: publican," the leading Whig journal. spindles to spin or looms to weave It. 'Drew may be collected ana P f)' +,,t3 'f1w swd sft& lfP
and Auburn service Atlanta. The work of the mob could' of the State. ; .
avenue lines was I I the spinning wheels of the 'grand-. Everything i ever read froze e4 .sk
discontinued several hours before the !,I t not be too severely condemned.. he I In 1855 he established in Jackson- mothers were brought down from the i breathed the spirit of Wand >s alga.. a Hrta m.rwe .
usual time. 1 j said, and te stated he would leave no : ville the book and J job? printing establishment I'garrets and put into use. This in-I refined nature. 'he' a I

About 10 o'clock a negro pursuedby stone unturned. to bring about com- now known far and wide (. spired Mr. Drew to write that rnytb.1 :j hitspirit? took its'flight* iman tj ;' bSiiiIs.. twe.a Y
a crowd of about fifty ran plete order. as the H. & W. B. Drew Co. .
persons He stood mic swinging poem, the, first. verse,of f passed oftj\\eli stay fi* 9,4
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1 yop qualifications.make will depend A day entirely laborer upon can make your I'! .1 If you want tuition alone, I will give you a Life Scholarship for $50. Or five months for-$-$ ,!Uanta Xtpo, Ge ht., &M...... .II.....IL. rllwaat ,.....

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