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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 26, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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PALMA. RESIGNS IN CUBA, 3
OF THE DEMOCRATIC STATE1CONI'EN SPANISH WAR VETERANSAre
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irEACBANDSOME "TJOX IN NEW YORK XPALACHICOLA
Extra Session of the : PORT PROMISES
ECS THEY CONSm Congress Called. to, Hold Their' Annual Encampment
,.' 4 NEW FIELD FOR TRANS
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D13D. FOR Havana Cuba.. Sept 26,-Presl. < at Washington.'Washington r PORTATION:
OF COTTONOFENBEFOIENEXTSEASOft
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.--- dent Palma has called a special session Will BE( NOMINATED "TODAY Sept. '24.-The'official '<0 ,

of Congress for Friday when be call for the national encampment of ... -

LEADERS will present the ,resignation of himself
the United Spanish War Veterans to

Printers and Vice President Mendez Capote And the Nomination for Governor be held here,the week beginning October
The Moderates, however .
will not ,
Has Been Conceded to Hearst 8th, was,received today by De-
t 3 jlgree i to Armistice In attend that session of Congress, for This Port'Will)'Be An
fflI partment Commander J., Walter Important One
-. !In their
,,, hurriedly called national '
____ Secretaries i And Is Now Receiving Con.
i With, Moderate Assembly this afternoon, Mitchell, who is secretary of the National siderable
!' -' Ifejftftod' Bin they decided Buffalo N. Y., Sept !&.-The Attention
unanimously to quit Encampment Committee.. Thecall
I* Iwjt Md iue t top sinalffw'Ewyikiig forthwith. Democratic :
t They will not even attend State Convention met Is signed by Commander- ?"

the approaching session or have anything here yesterday to nominate a Governor Chief Charles R. Miller of Cleveland, :(Jacksonville Metropolis.),

in l the Prietiif;i? (apt6yictory for the more to do with the govern and a full state ticket. In less 0., and countersigned by Capt. Chas.F. Three hundred- thousand" bales of,.

..reiolnntlonary party ment of Cuba alleging that cotton will be'handled by Ue
w they have than half an hour Sherwood national adjutant : city of
wilkii yesterday all the
HMt our liskJ8 ;' st the conclusion of a been unjustly treated by President general. Apalach cola.. Fla._ *when the work on

-.$:' "between a committee Roosevelt's .commissioners. This preliminaries of temporary organization t: the harbor and pass tothe, Gulf is

IIfIIMlTY 'MAlt.lllDIIlS't< ats and the American determination is taken by Messrs. were, disposed of. Lewis Nixon completed..Not a bale is shipped from
| Wj :: Important committees appointed at
yt ioneri. Taft and Bacon however at anotherIndication of New York,,the temporary chairman the first session of the convention that city now. though it is at the out

t committee &a&ouncpractically that the Moderate lead made an appeal for harmony I the committees on contested seats let of a system' of"rivers that traverse
nu no dif era, since they can no i the heart of the
longer control which was applauded cotton belt. The,
than
-i more any I which will decide contests. in twenty
K | isl." LI en' and Raplpl3bt |'1 ; : ,laiag between them and I.the government themselves, are determined Qther utterance. I districts involving sixty 'votea j' the loss will be'felt'by Savannah Brunswick -
{|ft tad Bacon, and that at whatever cost, that theIJberals According to the of and Mobile..
consensus opin- Committee Platform
Ililjiiiit 9rM ffi Florid I on and ,Resolutions
and.with' d receive a' draft of the shall not now or hereafter ion last night. William R. Hearst of I' f and..the Committee ,It is now expected that the harborat
on Permanent
1 fesl Irt1I hiotlug riot, new type,and"a f' t tc&rj These probably ..obtain control, New York who already 1 Is the nominee -> Organization., Apalachicola.will be opened be-

a.6 fumtih yen with Stationery asgr tgreed to at a meeting to At the conclusion of the Moderate of the Independence League, will The platform agreed upon; late tonight fore,the next cotton season, owing to

%t IBP II If vPMHWvtf9t9fK In the South* A'| .Presidio; where the Assembly yesterday afternoon., Vice probably b f nominated! ; for Governor by a sub-committee of six appointed the successful work being, done by
penberg of the committee president Mendez Capote called the the Board of Trade,of Columbus. This
w W wnvince c on on first ballot. Along with' Mr. from the full committee wil 1
1; the American commissioners and declared Hearst it l Is said, the convention will contain a plank for organization now has excellent prospects
t' declaring municipal -
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4"NttlATM+ fl'kNllflIEDONAPPl.IGA ,_ -1. ,'jift tad Bacon went to that he bad been Instructedby name W. Stuyvesant' Chanler of ownership under certain condition for securing for the Chattaho-

j U4 'Informed President the Moderate national assemblyto Duchess countyor: Lieutenant Goviernor Ghee river a part, of the 53,000,000
and. it is stated, will indorse W,
.- ----- .' j of the outcome of the negota- draft a reply to Secretary Tail's and John ,. Whalen of Monroefor J. Bryan in a general way. appropriated by the government for

J!' t ik't th uber&le: ''The absencelhmt letter to President Palma in whichpeace Secretary; of State. Both Mr. The: candidacy of District AttorneyW. improving and protecting the Apala-
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tement from the comm terms were suggested. Chanler and Mr; Whalen are also on T. Jerome chian system of rivers.
was practically withdrawn
1M POOLIStIIN6 (CO O: ,- kes.U impossible to Mendel Capote said further that the Independence League ticket. today at an adjourned meetingof The great cotton mills of Columbus

2 l ftte: pl na'ufry the resig'of the entire body of Moderates in both Mr., Hearst is, generally conceded the Albany conference of anti together. with the other, : Indust-

th4" r administration houses as well as the entire Liberal to have gained Control of the three Hearst Democrats. ries of that Georgia city, are back of
U;C CHK, rLOttiDAfit : I&Congressmen elected last the movement to open the port at

-; jirwt There' Is'a strong im- Apalachicola, in order that an all-
,,
"!. R'i ( tjrealdont (Palma will i ROOSEVELT water route by way of the Chatta-
PREPARES
-, ,-. }c 'tsi reorganize the cabinet, ( FOR WAR IN. CUBA boochee,''river and the Apalachicola

<<" ,, )a(''ilactlOM l will be held L harbor, ,maybe secured: to the central

; tuJ.u.. ft taM onaereoiog peat nmarrattoo Itk Senators and Represent- l and western States to Cuba and the
;It4 6s. M of the first p roan I r' Y either :words, those who o- ., --...--. South American countries. '

,, ) 31: <..... .. ItO v tef lags, U scribed'/ to thiJ..i e ei i last year,, and possibly National Nunez party would refrain ISSUES ORDERSrTO-DAY; TO GET OAK HILL :NOTES. A channel seventeen feet deep was
..i: \ ..;_ 't., t,4aad t VfffiHUa merchant 1 sdB) I from attending the extraordinary -
Upasrthaacd $ ,, JtOriuGlat.. officers.tune!! ARMY IN REDIHESS AT The farmers In this section are avery' U made, in the, west pass of the harborat
:: '" w ...... the secret from i itDtrud. Ca t Inclined session. As the Moderates s and ,
to
seek busy picking cotton and breaking Apalachicola in 1901 when over
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i > f11,1h.44 $ land the process In the Nationalists comprise more than
tot tie wmistice,during the EARLIEST: POSSIBLE corn. They: all report short crops. 5,000 cubic yards of sand were removed -
flit' t1atag of sugar wns: first .. of two-thirds of each house, there will
rin lt; C U&J about if"a '" the peace negotatlons. be no quorum. This will block action Rev. R. E. Parnell who'has been from the pass to the Gulf.
'I" .. there ?&s merely a yenal1eatwithoat MOMENT living in this community this With an additional 100,000 cubic
year
and prove that the structure of constitutional i
t .... lei TM flair to Slid* any definite has just moved away. Brother Par yards removed from the pass and the
U U sold the art of vbU i* iht t i document was prepared government no longer ex 1 nell is one of the best ministers in i harbor sea-going vessels will be able

.... p.. b* counted among: the! b*, ia jesterday to the camps of ists. (Received over private wires of E. A. this part of the state, and we are all to reach the wharfs at Apalachicola,

HI. trJ Ukct* U > revival: of,the fbHI> Guerra and Castillo, and Crawford & Co.) f sorry the good neighbor has movedaway. where the Chattahoochee river steamers -
.w% tbat stems to I to forsaking :&&attached their signatures HAN ON "THE CLANSMAN." tie up.
**<* U+ I U-ty' "bl.tln as be worts i I lbe document- Washington Sept. 26-orders have
; was signed by I The Congressional committee on
ctmtooos days. He ban toafMlttJ been received_ by the War Departmentfrom Mr. John Ballard, who boughtBrother
8stretary
.of the Interior Monfbetall Mayor of Macon Will Not Allow the rivers and harbors visited Columbus
.. .. I. to pucker his lill'!! *: President Roosevelt at Oyster Parnell's farm, has just
oaf ar U .V doe he hum or ihtf of the government. Play There. I in March to inspect the Chattahoochee
ur Bay, instructing that department to moved in. Mr. Ballard is a Northern
w.- ute lIiIo1'tnC is the text of Secret river, its tremendous water powerat
| set far that matter 1.'arm1aUce: Macon, Sept. 25.-Thomas Dixon'splay get the army in readiness for transportation man and is a man of means.
... \ **,ar\ilat Md, too busT ror as agreed upon Columbus and the facilities
b1 "The Clansman, booked for to- to Cuba at the shortest pos-I I We are running a nice little
.., the
I... 1 MM and Haeonscloui express)* insurgents and on furnished for navigation. This body,
morrow night, will not be permitted sible notice. No other
'"fM ; ...... .-iUxttou Herald- 1104-bi the government of- particularsare I Sunday-school at Oak Hill school which includes Congressman Hep-
by order of the in view of the obtainable to this time,
to mayor up one i house and everybody is invited to
"t burn, of Iowa, :will go to Columbusthis
,1 .. ..... I MTAItvlsu TO OFItacauw BI ..'or suspension race riots in Atlanta. o'clock.was come out and take part in it.
of arms hav- fall to settle the project approved
ti tta.. wl her stomach wur' I 1"..,ioreed by the President of by the government board of engi-
"' ...I nd by useless drugging t P
,'Prociaimed to the forces neers, to open the pass, and give
; :. lit .i4 natal feet eat Mrilltrfttf( 1 Party by their leaders, SITUATION CALM IN ATLANTA f Apalachicola and Columbus the ad

tat L C4lf 8tffwa .. Colambmrrsli \ a for the purpose of TOPAlU vantages of a seaport city.
/ ; attirvtpt i, c, df { a'permanent peace, have

..* -litl tHt stoma htl' f .\Q revest the FLORIDA FEMALE COLLEGE
..w..r iiwleM drugs 1haCiNt. lo..wally agree opposing during Two Negroes Killed Yesterday by Policemen and Some

1\t 114 ply netve .so..writ? .!)? refrain. from Opeaed With Enrollment of About
all acts of of Outbreak of Rioting But
f) Fresh Troops Have Well in
t''''' I tHId) iwt, .Jeop1 t ''rtM* tad'W desist from all mlliI Hand One Hundred and Seventy-

;; aria ,1\1 .il up to die was IIJf ( of a hostile character Five Students.

*&...$*f Iii EWdc P'Hqfjtl' ; ttr.1fi d ,Prparitorp movements or Atlanta, Sept. 26.-The city is L. J. Price, postmaster and keeper upon passing white persons. The) (By Miss Jefferson Bell.)

ff tai. r..U that hnprovemett -.,*Uch could not have been quiet today and there was but little of a store at the Junction of the negroes fired several shots at the Tallahassee, Sept. 25-The Florida

l '" P ,fie..(tntt t\:Complete cf\ ,nr'Ing the continuance ofthick trouble yesterday, though some apprehension Jonesboro and McDonough roads. policemen and finally got together in Female College will open for the college -

aod .. f1I:' lest health Tonic ...., ,would have been was felt of fresh out- Price's store was closed by the militia a back room. The policemen charged year of 1906 and 1907 today,

.. ftte Otaranteed by ,. ceder break when two began to after being searched. Several cans the house with
x { "*'r I > the fire of the op- negroes and as they did one of an enrollment of about 175

"k lar' a,o itM.rn. tar... .j. shoot from windows of a building of gunpowder were found. Price was the negroes poked his pistol out the: students. There will be the usual

1..t. n t Ed- t one of J 'noremeats of troops and were killed by a policemen in attempting charged with furnishing arms and ,,, door and fired in Maddox's face. He opening exercises in the morning. The

"'\ IQ'tt tro' lnenl bnslo t -P4Ce!'on. either side with- their arrest. ammunition to the negroes and is :\ dodged just quick enough to avoid college opens this year with extremely
;} ... 4 :, eCer3i{ jj an to held in jail. i I the bullet. bright the
.:4 tt.iff t ,1.1,.>h 1'f the opposing Troops at Brownville. I prospects faculty is that
t taestlans .. lag the pleasure orll1 tine the Secretary of the The troops are still on duty at i Firing through the crack in the of last year, with one or two excep
IiI When settlement was
the
::- '1....|.f lt. Ihs Oak friends ,H'.", ,C ,'Alfredo Zayas, re- negro by thee Brownville and in the surrounding door Maddox killed one of the negroes tions. Under President Murphree
surrounded this morning
.. It !lberal 1 party, and th country, and six additional arrests and short work was made of the college, which was organized under
t -! troops, the inhabitants made no resistance were made this morning of men supposed .the other he the provisions of the
: : r womission. as was trying to fire Buckman
; ;; of them triedto :
_ a ;trfAtl.t. -, 1 Ice shall be ettecCuba. though many to havebeen implicated in the his pistol through a crack. law, at its first session attained a
..... Y get away. One negro was shot in shooting of the officers last !i
night. Sam
J: Magruder, one of the negroes, marked degree of success. The stud-
,. t shier patty violates any the ankle by a soldier in trying to The troops believe they have the man! shot by a mob on Park Commissioner ents and faculty today will enter up-

Stenography and rypeWrit. .., ,d":Conditions the op- break through the lines. who killed Policeman Heard. I:.. Manley's porch last night, died tot> on the second year with every; pros-

\ a>bl1 not take hostile Arrested 257 Negroes.The Two negroes, Will Moreland and day. This brings the known deathlist pect the brightest.

1ft and Barf*, Ith! r.I'complaint notifi- troops arrested 257 negroes James Flocher, were shot to deathat up to eighteen since the rioting The Florida Female College is
kkctping
1' ''Peace commission. and brought them into the city. Sev- 6 o'clock this morning by City began. primarily a college of liberal arts.

.... UtI room-rent Five mon shall sot be r e- entyflueof' these, some among Policemen C. H. Maddox and P. C. j The City Council met yesterday I with which are associated a school

-- ti,,least "el1tY-four hours whom appeared to be the ringleadersof Smith. The officers themselves came afternoon and in accordance with the of industrial arts, a school for teach-

for Q+ to the peace com the fight, those who showed signsof near being killed by the negroes. request of citizens revoked the licenses i era, and a school of fine arts. The
far pa Or lye months resistance, witnesses and others The policemen went to Randolphand of fifty-seven negro saloons and f aim of the institution is, in the course

'.. *..'that acceptance of were locked in the jail and the others. Magruder streets early this morn- restaurants, principally on' Decatur" I of time, to provide every facility for

J\W ;:,., tnd plated them in :::w be'made! in writingWar were released after being disarmed. ing in answer to a report that a negro i street. Others are under consideration. -|the higher education of women and

,,...: 'f fjJ IlirtbIl at theN ::1"Pectfu1l1. Among' those arrested in' this raid I was in ambush there and was firingof ; 1 to render the college a university for
H.' women in fact, if not In name.
TAFT. .
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COLLEGE '.". of the U. S. the petty methods of the government co-operating with us to save the i though in the form of a compromise' The Leon High School with Hon.

-+ --=. leadership and the American commissioners republic, have resorted to every kindof I with their opponents. We are still W. H. Sheats as principal and a full

t.M MI. rLA. ," 1:50; p. m.- admitted that they practically obstruction with the object of continuing striving to arrange a settlement and corps of efficient teachers opened

,-,,"JisdattKaat Secretliforiae'd abandoned hope of bringing peace their control of the administ we trust the American people will Monday the 24th. The Kindergarten -

L H IIATI'ON.J ", : the,'Aa- from the: turmoil now existing. ration. President Palma and.his advisers give us credit for doing everyth.[ ten department of, the High School.

< 'afternoon that }lr.Taft said: have rejeeted terms of peace ..-- also opened Monday )In charge of

Jr,disgusted with "The government officials, instead which were honorable to them (Continued on last page.) Miss Butterick.t .
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.....- tw, JTI ee. Ot..A1ton.was; In the WANTEDr-Sone 1 ::

'.'.E'LING '" city;last might. He i was !accompanied\ to travel In young"mea unmarried a' quarter. l' After he had recovered "After an:Douta... ,',.t1fCofFbe. -
crews and -
bt Thos? McCahts., the1i le ion of vass country and town can from ,hi4iaa lie replied: "We 'do ered observation, the.::.straag r;.Ikl. k
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on small ial-: not '"
Mr.aDd Dlrg-R1. _nt arf or good commission. Splendid' ; aa a nte. madam: ;but VVwilllet to & policeman;:who wsshelpbgacross lrtia'
t "' :&\ 'f4. 0 yon have them for that price."
I tJi91 Broadway
.. ; opportunity'for a hustler -
t .experience: She
;;;t .. .. i4t .IU", IltYa, y,. Cdl.:.S'S: ., Sanfor; a not'necessary; ;'Apply at the. Viola :not bora them away;Jin.arjtnmpai aafl 'Is New" York always like

torney' ot,, Peryr,jaaia the.city on House-: tl'S.'Utfnpton. .ftf. until-the shout of Joy.iron the or Is the crowded' condition of the -
MtI ,five Oak professional' buslneaa' Mterd'ay. reatro; the ,house arose.iW.tau told\ ,
and Go| .. f'y He 1 -. -o ., er."barEa1nl41d streets" due: to' today's Vineland ex-,
returned home In the'afternoon. _. D. G. Bardln, president of the UTe ; thezwtntact eurdoat"?Endeavor Herald
jm*. mHcMJifcttiMK...fMU. Coco ",tato,City, was I Oak Brokerage' '& Commission Co. dawn upon;her,icaasdoninea-v .., I .
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c' i MJHBHl W K 'M"IMeTAtc.Q1ITC. { K 'iHe. Sawannee' .Bakery, has ..opened. who has been confined'to his bed with "A .,' For Piano Keys. -
? IPP WPIP stranger
5 'AVILU-- came to New York
the C. T. McDaniel store, opposite fever for a week past, is Alcohol '
Is excellent
Colds, take put again from Vineland; N.'.J. 'He cam' to clean the
,x> !;..' "ate and the court house. Fresh i cakes'and a little the "worse for wear", but he Vineland excursion on the a piano keys, 'but care must be taken

'MI, t.Ufff.'LlYEOAl.. bread -daily.- ..Suwaanee..akery. _, says he .expects to be just .as good lodge f towhIch he gotten'belong ap d.bJ. And that no drop of It touches the woodwork -

JOf lstCarden Seed as new in a few days. he could hardly believe 'his If the alcohol should spill on
rftk ( ey
FiOftlDfl swben'
? Bn J. W. McKinnon, of Perry, one of "
VI. tfg the city officials of he saw the enormous crowds._the wood, wipe off Immediately with
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that.thrlvlDg.Tay-- Learn Stenography and
3 = Itt lor county municipality, was In Live ing. It pays better than a Typewrit clerkshIp.te'Chlng on the subway, on the elevated, andIn I a dry cloth and rub with, a bit- of ,

ik ,got*Perry, was a Oak fpr'a few nbu7s'thImbTning7": or day labor. Our $30 of- the streets. clean chamois.
M'f'g.Y this morning. ,
Oak -, fer lasts only this week. If you begin ,
Beautiful plaid ellks"in all 'colors now you will graduate and have
n,of Bonifay, Fla., on display in Miss M., V. Edwards'
Mwf#tufrrf of a position by the New Year. .
business.
JJJy ster'da7 on window.. Don't fall to see them they Southern Business College and Shorthand /

:llil'l-s Ice Electric ? have Just arrived and are beautiful; School. E>
Li t 'r'iot Lake CttT. 'was Instep \
.MILLINERY
W and Turpentine 1 hours this morn Hear Dr. King tonight the Ad- Col. and Mrs. Harvey Phillips who ... .. rx .

vent on that highly figurative Beok, have been spending the 'last week of

.' The Sengs of Solomon. The subject their honeymoon in Live Oak with I/
f it jf fiK a I** city furnished fo?: fo the'Rocky Sink /I
will be "The Footprints of the Flock Mrs. S. J. White a sister of Col. "

ill ""ff mMMbb rate Electric p *j l:;41 W_I e-city this morn 1 i Phillips left -this morning 'for their New ,Goods, Stylish and Tasty! !

4 We are maklng'l0'.OiO' to 20.000,
If? ..Biicturing purposes home in Tampa. Col. Phillips is

shingles per day. Can fill large or Statea's attorney for the Sixth Circuit i/
'''M of Crt, tiers have speck.) -,j jf -- .'it the City Restaurant, small-orders.promptly, ,See our prices. and is one of the most promin

r IIW. ,k 4 i r y\Jt.,- t restaurant I In thefjUrtJi Live Oak. ''Mfg.. Co. ent young men of South Florida. The THE BON-TON ,.

-f' o. ;:': /' many friends of Col. and Mrs. Phil r

U. hi... eni!! :hirtin r Df'to 1:. ": :':-! ,Trent- to Jackson- ,Edwin, Pound, son of,Editor Pound lips'regretted exceedingly to see them (} will,as never beforetry to show up ,

.. t.tr1, frtteri 1i[ of the Perry, Herald,, returned to leave. ,

1 ,..,. frea "Jrli"itomich'I r afternoon an a'.bus. !- Perry yesterday 'afternoon'after sev- ; ; ; ,. ,/the Prevaililig;Fashions this Season -
j ,
'aika '
-- tort era! days' visit to his:many Live Oak G.. R. Haile. of Lake City, a well therefore'the Ladies ; !
:tiast : k. spyali .I are mvit-
Mil- fad toy tenee'eo 'redlea: mends known traveling man was seeing his ,

--Q,.e.'J timid sot sleep; and poh C:, ..J', ;of Uw High Oak Springs spentla many friends in Live Oak here. For I ed to .1I.-Too early to list goods,

!: 1&;... a.4 .M errs to die yeitert ., .Mrs. J. Sheets; :rand, children leftVfit'erday some time Mr. Halle was agent for I f
up
, ."IINt. try >KlKtne Bitten; with wet ,the,?' \i'\mti) ,t, ? afternoons! fobpoint? ,Snotfar the Seaboard Air Line in Live Oak, but look for future notices'' : : : f:

: ; ; :distantfrom1Perry.'where'' Mr. and by his,uniform and
y M tfcl*i IB malt that courtesy gen
Improvement Dllllenahlp, of Atlanta,
t-" A kit t *t *. t. Bad B complete cart r ';rIAi ,pornlng tor. a Sheets is engaged In the turpentine ial, pleasant manner lie made a host School Bags for the Children!

t-. ...* *4." tat health Tonic ;0'/ .... ..u .,, busliess; of'warm friends who are always'gladto

-! :., tW ft*4 Ite QBar&Bteed by have him visit Live Oak. His family -
Bare j1 itf..fif-: .
!IiI! :t i". Qr.ervr, OrrgglsU ',. ",' Red 'Band Brand Bon Ions are has just returned from Talula -

.....I .end daughterao f Jut '.ne..D'. ..boaa.ta.be Falls where they have been spend

.a ... A "<' R rrce II the dty yesterday for had anywhere and they are much ing the ''summer;
tiHhruthal Announced. ; M'lS G. W. Bache I
*. 1 rrn cheaper at Surrency &'\Powers' Try, '
j "' S' themj I' .' ':;; i;._ We stated yesterday that the read
-? ;
frttowlBf
a custom theta,; it l 9 IrfDf Dawion4Ga!?! was ,$ 4' ,J .
- :- hi.._ for Col. J. B. Johnson's broad '
tlw !, son
wish
religion and MIRubeniteln yesterday! and registered !/iifHsHSWaterman \ ", ", ,,,
k6AJ f,tift.. ....ur.1 I. It II old. the tii III. .. Mrs. Bran Smith, of Jasper arrlv- smile and air of self-satisfaction was

., ,.. MN ilnale .p l<.-'.' ':-"il' ,.., .,.! ; l\\s e"-.I" Inthcityi't6lr\ |; ; mnoring and will I a fine girl but we were mistaken it'sa .

.. 44r :. # tk. discs of Mr. and Mri'(C lQfJ t,gg9ld, Ga., was spend several days here*visiting par-, boy, a fine, handsome boy as fine G .
f:' .. Nit; tut" list sight for the parrpar AlAr
4-: 1 fIItjti $ *tta*.*.lBg her betrothal to Mr, JMUL, live near town. the whole big state of Tennessee. Fountain Pens

I UitnM, of Qultman Ga. -- Now who blames John for feeling like '
ri ,..
_. .
I tie Rdbtnitfin home in '-t ;' f' Mrs: .F.: M. Bowling;; of Dowling he does..He's got a right to be proud.
the Razors and Blades
f Pof1ni! ,of the Park', was Gillette
.,f .L ... ptN .t the city was bel't Oat bra_ short time yester"ft Park, i passed through Live Oak yesterday We are sorry we made the mistake,

;"J ;J l.f t ..+erale4. with evergreens factW1 b .,, ... afternoon on her way to Jacksonville but mistakes will occur and the news Kodaks Brownie Cameras

|*r |B. octatioa and pretest '" where_she will be the guest gatherer Is not an Immune. ,
"
:' 1 1M.i trait Bitrartire appearance far ,I BsAtf t.j.iF,8-prominent"'-}'/ > business-.. f. Of,friends} for seveiatdayat': : ,. Huyler's' Candies

l ..r, ***.fi .. fitting and a ceremwc 'ilaitat e, clty.yester- I J. H. Peavy came up' from Perry ; : ** **?

"" .fW UtioruBl Boats were suns. J;.;w. '\J .A, .M. Folks returned .tc,. the. mills, i yesterday afternoon toy hunt some '

..S I I fate ftr Uhed by Mill Mome :"'... .. -" -.. of the Santa Fe Lumber' Co., at Hild-. I hands to help. 'hint in hid, work there.- Victor Talking Machine and Records,
.;:) 1 l Sllide'e baby who1has
:;=- "' $I I 9Ma.9... to the bethrotlaJ w I w having a tiltfwith a"case of fever; but I Perry for love or money, and he
totwI '
were glad:
.J LMi ...- )tMr, W Saruky and J, fleet, l' he has,gotten the beat pf it at.. last. found the condition little better here. Suwannee Drug Company

\ .,... III it Est prominent business mel "!:: : : II The labor problem is growing to be

CSfri "'"" S>I hike R.tti. U aa attractive illorter, the popular Jeweler Deputy Sheriff Jv W Morgan of a very serious one in this section of

U4r t*. daughter of Mr. and Efcns. to Lake City to take a few Wellborn was in Live Oak yesterday Florida. Workmen just can't be

: ...i C H'WBUB| be being one of t.-w nat. i on business. He says Wellborn is on found to carry on the work that is

"i N i .tnt Merchants in Lire Oat .2'. ... I a "boom" and all the business to be done. The demand for labor
l I
....+..1 U$"'* U B brother to M.BtrrrkaBt t.uai Uii .a houses there are kept busy all the

.e."... of thU city, and b -. GL!. 'was prominent- among citizen the vlsl-of time. I de-mand I Every Description of Job Work,

:: 'I ,., Brit. a i .resterday, 't done
<<4 "i' It Oa. Mrs. .R. J. Bush who was a resident all over Florida. can be by
-
!
J .,.. TW to.rrUc' ceremony fill j ll.;:Touchstone of Live Oak for a short while

;Jp ...1 ..mBtsml oa January IS,. Ut -) dneaa; man a, was successful In the a couple of years ago, passed through I I C. B. Oil!!!. for many years a pro- Live Oak Publishing Company.

H* T bar |>rr..Bt on thiiw occa "Y-t, Ume'yeaterday. Live Oak yesterday on her way to minent and successful merchant of

;: .... .......... Nathan Abe J JWi JIIUUS Mayo where she will visit relatives Wellborn was in the city this morn-

':N ..... W a..raaky, Mlues Mar,,, e Oliver and friends. ing. He is on his way to Tallahassee
an
lit Ivtn BB4 Katie Surask! :" of Wellborn. was attractive in the p I I'to appear before the railroad com- THE ORIGINAL :N4IwThe

" *.. 44 fo IIyt. ),I, Orkla and femfltli rdiy for-' Good for the, cough, removes the mission to prefer charges against the
few
a hours. idea of that will 'S
a Cough
Syrup
\H i.... t.ursi mother and famll and cod| ,the cause of the ,co'lgh. That's, Seaboard for failure to deliver a carload act on J t :
thftbowels.and thus
colds
assist In
from
i .. 1lagth Helena.Tb. 3 thheaaton the work of Kennedy's : Laxative;] of lumber that was placed in its expelling '
{
of the firm of Hay- the is and .
new in .
system original Kennedy'sLaxative
C: wuJloo was a most{ ioe,4 t t$eltenstOJ Honey and i Tar...-.,-the original' laxa- hands over a week ago and should '
.
,. came over from I Honey and Tar. Nearly all other cough
.* ..... t.4 ...)rabl one. DeUdftw'ac. !tth1'-'llor live cough syrup. Contains no opi not have taken more than forty-
> h.I IE Ia J is lng on business. j hours for delivery. If Mr. .cures are constipating especially those contain-
were ferTfd f :; ':9---.., atea. Sold by City Pharmacy_ *_ f :]'eight Laxative and
Opiates. Kennedy's
: ing Honey
Q ...... Bl a tat. hour and tbeert k\), Bwasky k ;bllifl can succeed in bringing the
' has been quite Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates.LAXATIVE .
< r ..... returned'yester-'railroads to terms in this regard he
ttkere+,t,Ij. tojoyed.: tie paat'tew' B. P. Coachman
Jaye but '
'4101&)'aha fa improving we day from Clearwaterv in South FlorIda twI

.' 1Tt 1ft1' I iLaolalloa.Y'R now, where he sold 1car, load ohorses' service -
, .. 1--J -- and m les. This Is A certain safe and harmless remedy for W!
..roclc, lead- I If I rI ,
; !syr. "t .. P' lretoOft' 'ant' a the first solid car load of horses an I HUMOROUS. all Coughs. Colds Croup Whooping CougH ( :
'- ...... te & t"th aQ.busineas., man of I La Grippe, Bronchitis,'Influenza and all Lung It'EY'
stock I t
4 mules ever sold by a.Live.. Oak (8 O"
I ',..,.i;......... ,.J:. hum t\# H.Rua IIi the city-, this, morn- < The following remarks on' Tennyson and Bronchial l affections. Mothers praise the
-j 1 (r dealer.
. e (O I f were recently handed In on an
tr 4 .... under'auei I : : children's favorite Laxative
-. ..... ; a fbttya Jlf.l f. i ,-. ..-.-- J:1,: ; : 'dl'. Kennedy's Honey
or -- -- In
.I nortdatOftll, -- : examination paper by a schoolboy and Tar '

"' cWi 4.y 4Uwlved, A. L. Hns .Po rees are, making a Miss Frankie' Coif, an: attractivyoung e an English literature class: "Lord
.111, Red Bind '' lady of Madison.'stopped over Alfred Trennyson was a celebrated COUGH SYRUP TAR
........ C. B, Humphreys Brand CanNothiag-
:tiH.L in Live Oak a few hours this morning he wrote lot of beautiful
.and a
poet
14114 .Ib. b..eath. .as iiautnln6 !' pevpoaa& '
:: ...... sad eollectlog! account "! ,'-:: J....... .' ..", on her way to Sutherland, where pomes with long hair His h.par.4 at the Laboratory of :L C. XUWITT A CO.. CHICAGO, V. 8. A.IrtO .
<> she will enter the Southern College greatest pome is called "The IdleI : RID CLOTOl BLOSSOM ISO THB LOUT BBS II 09 ITSBT BOTTIX.
';
"
all SESSSSfe While in the city she was the guestof He made a lord but he
t.r Eroceriea from Sarreucy King. was Sold by City Pharmacy.
get Miss Vivian Evans. I a good man and wrote
t2 a chance at thepointed was many
tat *...&*r al. 1)06. l a4 "
china looMein oada.
-:;-- cae.. H. L. Hough of Dunnellon one of *

: Florida's most successful'turpentineoperators I "Please mum., could you do a little { 41
& COIIftOK was in Live Oak this morn "
AWFORD returned from sewing for me, said the tramp.
Mt.alght where she haswk ing shaking hands with his many old "Yes with! pleasure;' answeredthe

the.guest of her friends. He was formerly a citizen lady. "What sewing would you I SUWANNEE BAKERY
E R tit ; ::;=..--.1 dfliaL of LiveOak and likes to come back like to have me do for you?"

occasionally and see the rapid growthhis button here if you'll ,
"I have a ;

STOCKS AND GRAIN, W:k u", who has been old home is making., I i please sew a pair of pants on to it,

ame at Dowling Park,I I'll be very much obllged.SanFrancisco Bread Cake, Pies Etc.
I
the 2nd
rt.: J 5terda Tuesday and Wednesday Chronicle.
you her
i in investment which will i 2 ;<..,'\liaeking. way and 3rd, Mrs E. N., Lawler will have 1 Bread
Cakes made special to order. Cream a
,'" .;..', her opening oIi Qf.fall millinery and she 1 '
I It ".'-- A woman who does her own shopping -
month.on ..
1
Ie $ ! , d' rent perpractically riskCo 'oJ'.$"'oman'ls.._ the onet11aoLthls invites all of the ladles to she attend has and to' "for the house". went into a Specialty; At, the old Racket Store, in front of
fifth no : see the beautiful things
,sort by local drug store to buy soap. It was
1M II wit It. ..'$odot For DypsepsiLrand offer an4 some' ,splendid bargains.s' eight cents per cake. According to the Court House. Clegg and Knowles, Props.

\lqUf, Hats !and dress goods she has In,an 1 Young People she looked it over

it- $1m.. ,, ', .. 'line pe sure to carefully 'aa.r!iaked'tie surprised I
Capital l
.1 ,. x unuJ1,1 gild-lAe sod i
!
i .. ,
.
1l1.ih: 1\ three cakes'
11, 1ie&-her. :.\ S clerk:. :'Do:IOU give forl

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.. :, "
*j.n s t J'Y.l1' ee o in the : .
Altontwaa WANTED -
men'un..
[ .
tyC R -Sone
"
young
a quarter? After'J he ha4'reeOTered .""After of wI1d'
iourtxa
city iaat Fight. H4 was accompanied an : -
: malji.ed'to travel'in
: x brrTho8T'McCahftheUt(le son of, crews'and 'canvass : -: from- Idi'ganftjte replied:. .Vie :dp ,ere l observation, ,,..the: $trarl_ ta d, :z
Lm country and town .. -
"
INoP& on small.sai- not,
+ nielmadami;
; as a but vre W IU
lijm to who was.heJfifeg
You Mr. and Ofra,Jt aCol. -, alf or. good .comnils8 a policeman! ;
rr: .on. Splendidopportunity let, have "
you them for
i ey I Ia \.4 2t that price. across Broadway: ,
4 wJl 5t- h \ '$" 'for hostler, experience Sheboni them. ': '
,:"S. San ocd a leading at- notfhecessary7 tieiyil&TtrjBinphi and 'Is New* York always like"thl*; :
W ; Apply at the ,
E? s' pS' H WW wWHNBNK ftrw y ,0 ; Viola not'.aatil the shouta thereat
i torney1 of Per y,,)vasta the..eity on House: 'U;
*IpgI N.t.i I and Gok Te OdLJtte' farofesalignal'! _.b'b'aslnega-.yegterdarl: He .... .ot her/.targalnj.illd ot4the! Chouse arose,4aahft: told I'streets4 due* to today's YiaeUndkex. *
the '
returned home.in the afternoon' D. G. Bardin, president of the liveOak av/nl..ftet curston?"Endeavor Herald .. .
vPMBFMvLC4( OOOMi Ci1Yt'-' .1.J. Brokerage : dawn ,upogherconscignsatlss4; ;
,& Commission Co. .
,
: t *
ifefjk j kdhoUHtti%4yM jMtu& TA1tgat "- :Sawannee .Bakery ,bas'openedio. who has been confined to his bed'with "A For Piano Keys., ,
W''Rb f 1 P t1slttilt tlet&Y PAYl } stranger came to New York
j the C. T. McDanlel store, oppositethe fever for. a, .week past Is but again, from Vineland N' 'He Alcohol is excellent to clean the
,
3.
take came'on'"a
A : Colds,
ttK tail titnf a ilt{ and court house. Fresh cakes ,and a little the. "worse for wear" but he Vineland lano'kefS; but care must be taken
,p excursion the
up'bi:
.W w $ AT UYE OAIS3J1cMOR bread.-dally.-Suwannee..Bakery. _, says .he .expects to be .just ,as goodas edge to :whlc! l ''belonged.gotten And that, no drop of it touches the wood

new In a.few days. he could work. If the alcohol should spill'n
Seed hardly believe 'his
:rlst Garden J. W. McKlnaon of Perry, one of eyeswhen I
tf he 'saw' the enormous crowds the wood, wipe off immediately with
.
., the city officials of thatthrivisg't'ay;? Learn Stenography and Typewriting I
lor county municipality, was in Live it pays ,better than a clerkship, on the subway, on the elevated, and:III. dry cloth and rub with a bit .of

T\r.k) M'f' ofPerry, was a Oak' 'for a iew'hou rs this moaning:'''" teaching or day labor Our ?30' offer In the streets. clean chamois.

g. Oak this morning. -. lasts only this week. It you begin -

Beautiful plaid sllks''in 'all colorson now you will graduate and have
.
Mlwiufrn of -"<,-, ,. o Bonifay. Fla., display in, Miss M. V. Edwards' a position by the New Year. ::JL C iiithMiLLI'NflY. lj
ya business.offtake .
-'.iesterdayon: window. Don't fall to see them, they Southern Business College and Short

>''..::......-+ have Just arrived and beautiful:
are hand School. '
,j" Ice Electric U gt "' 'CHr. 'was insafew

antI! hours this morn- Hear Dr. King tonight at the Ad-: Col. and Mrs. Harvey Phillips, who .. .at E
:tr Turpentine. H
...ti; vent on that highly figurative Book, have been spending the 'last week of \
,
'
< t.1'--'. ...,.. The Sengj of Solomon. The subject their honeymoon Live .Oak, with .
.-. cr.... |Wf t lltjr fumlihed 'forElectric : 'ot the Rocky Sink .
f 'I, will be "The Footprints of the Flock. ;Mrs. S. J. White, a sister of Col. .

Oi WIt MiW.1'IW. 'Prl '. ,{a.,-.hectty.. : this mornRestaurant- :Phillips, left this morning for their New Goods, Stylish and Tasty!

:I P Htf: iltftUM r "fN / 'We are, making1 10,060 to 20",000: [.home in Tampa. Col. Phillips is
tf
c purposes.i : .
., .
r shingles per day. Can fill large or States's attorney for the Sixth Circuit .

.4 itOtldfacn have speciff -- '? :it the city small orders.promptly. ,See our pri and is one of the most prominent . .
'restaurant, in the THE BON TON .
1 MMt ti>hit ces.: Lire Oak Mfg Co. I young men of South Florida. The IM .
.. ,
'
;: 1 : .
'
'L 0
< I I.I1: many friends of Col. and Mrs. Phillips
.
"' f." ItT "tNsrttnt''to; Diet t : Edwin',Pound,, son of Editor- Pound regretted exceedingly to see them will as never beforetry to show '
f-irft! went to Jackson- up
-:' ti J ', [ of the ,Perry, herald,. returned to leave. j
..... sue) tfJIt stomach''wu--ir -abj afternoon an a'''basi Perry yesterday fterI oon' after several /I'i :;i':'!: Nt'/the Prevailing! Fashions this Season

; .... fma tartar. 4ruci Jot I c r- ..,:iJ\ .t.t 'd ys' visit to his!many Live Oak G. R.. Halle, of Lake City a well therefore the Ladies ihvit- : f

fiilt...Iff!**!. ac4 ttjr 1i."e"-lOt1fretkt; r Ir-.. \,i- friends., known traveling man, was seeing his are

t tr 1M 1 9tM tot sleep; and DOC',.. led. !';of High Springs, spent many friends in Live Oak here. For ed to 1.-Too early to list goods,

... I .Htua '' ja live Oak yesterday Mrs. J. /'Sheets"and, children leftyeaterdajjr some time Mr. Halle was agent for '
t I sp to dIe w&l1 llt :-.q t afternoon for 71 but look for future notices' : : : f:
< )i' n&u. W? Erne Dlltcrii. "lm" t.. fa?point :not the Seaboard Air Line in Live Oak.
with the
': ttl.tt. let milt' that ,_ ,/ far'distant front Perry,=where'-' Mr and by hisuniform courtesy and genial -

i t 4 Stf|*i: .t .Kt, tad a complete improvement(' 'Blnken8hfp. of Atlanta Sheets is engaged in the turpentine pleasant manner'he made'a host School Bags for the Children!
care a odtt thlt..pjornlng for a
; ,, business. of'warm friends who always gladto
f are
feet., Heat health Tonic! i'-'"' N _"#i< t
.
-t "" 114Its lit Guaranteed : have him visit Live Oak..His famIly
by Barcltfreetet ,
!
trey.ar .j! Red Band Brand Bon Bons are has just returned from Talula -

., ,it 'r.cclata. -;' |B tnd. ...daughterot jnst as'fine-.;anygboa..bona.-t ,be Falls, where they have been spend

it t.I:I i A Ikthl'Othaluouee'd T ,),<;, ;sec 7 'la:> the city yesterday' fort had anywhere and they are much ing .the summer; l Mrs. C. W. Bache I iiiv

,.t '" 'Ii '. cheaper, at Surrehcy' A'Powers.. ,, Try.
': Itw ,..e! :.t' ''-;q t:# :4L ., tbemj'. ,-, ';'. ___ -.,?;. "fl' ..I We stated yesterday that the reason ;.
following
a custom that lib l hwltT1LOt D&.l On, Ga wasf."reaterday ." '' 1.. : ,
L ? ;'
"-,":; ... bcgi,14 j',: Ik* jtwith religion and MB;' and registered v for Col. J. B. Johnson's broad "'m''ir:'''''' '''''''''''''f:' '
U Smith smile and self-satisfaction
atraae t..itfj 6a4 tattUfal aa it la old, Us fti i.. Mrs. Bran of Jasper, arrived air of wasa

J i|.* Miss Bessie Rubensteln pat r.r ""Jj/A.---: !! i in-the' ffy;'thls\mnoring and will fine girl, but we were mistaken, it'sa ,

eeeNI the home of Mr. and """" >spend> several days here visiting, parents boy, a fine handsome boy, 'as' fine v w v
Mrs C _*fJUggold, Ga., was
--:' I b. t+ser+}stia lilt bight for the } Mr;! arid'ilrsMJ.nii{ Green wholive and handsome boy as' there is in
purpatttitatlBf II$ jesterday and registered
te her betrothal to Mr I 1liJQe1., near town. the whole big state of Tennessee. Waterman Fountain Pens
laser ,., -- Now who blames John for feeling like
_ elaxslt i Lamas, of Qultman, Oat :- .
c ; hi' The Unbenitein home In the t J -r 'J' Mrs.," :F., M. Dowllng< of' Dowling he does.,He's got a right to be proud. Gillette Razors and Blades
felk>tliag ,of the Park, was
.
JhUo1.i!+fa put of the city waa beansteeorit.d 1M tior a short time yesterLMby Park, i passed! through Live Oak yesterday We'are sorry we made the mistake,

_ ......j with evergreen aajfl '- afternoon on her way to Jack but mistakes will occur,and the news .,' Kodaks Brownie Cameras

t for the occasion and preset *' rrp. y' sonyille, where she will be. the. -guest gatherer Is not.an Immune. ,

+ title Istrai. attractive appearance forcrekra !-.It! I"prominent i bualnesa4f Of-,,friends, -tOT. .several. ... .day..A. ., .' ," ...: Candies -.

4 t41 !* eo fitting and a ceremmtuportaat. _"u IlL thQ city yester&i J. H. Peavy 'came up' from Perry : j in1eh:

+rt ..tt. Songs were .una 4WD H i 19v' ; '-;. M. Folks f,returned' "ta the mills yesterday afternoon to1'" hunt, some I \\ciJ and

=* kias.eg\ Ntt*c faraUhed by Miss Moist t ,' -.- of the antaTe Lumber- Co., at Hllrf hands to help him. In his work there. : Records

lbs estltletf ...<*la and little Bessie Fleet'. : Btrdee'i reth this morning e XnguVKas'leenhaying"a He says hands cannot be gotten in "
.;f baby vho,has
,' td 211'e :.liarsM* to the bethrothal'i i WVJswVe, glad: ; to tilt with a"ease of fever; but Perry for love or money,. and' he

; "..* sass it....... W. Baratky and I. Fleet. ;T1."L, he has:gotten the best.pf it at last. found the condition little better here Suwannee Drug Company

.,.. itr el ear prominent business men .*'* \", The labor problem is growing to be

'- I4 ....,. Hi e Reams is an attractive fMr. llLorter l ( the.popular Jeweler, Deputy Sheriff J,_ W. Morgan, ot a very serious one in this section of
in Live Oak Florida. Workmen just can't be .
tae daughter of Mr. and E-ftq to Lake City to take a few Wellborn, was yesterday
't ti.Elm I C. Ratoastein, he being one of rid rest. i on business. He says Wellborn is on found to carry on the work that is

h i fcarfest merchants in Live Oik.Uiaret ,%?"'-.'. a "boom" and all the business I to be done. The demand for labor -

;:::h itld la a brother to M. LaD:I It[ "gsxr' houses! there are kept busy all the! far exceeds the supply, but the de-
a prominent citizen of
C:::,tI eft"..., j a avrrraaat of this city, and is) C%,"was' among the vlsl time. I mand would be largely supplied It. 'Every Description of Job Work

:) 4 "" ,Mf a rcvMfal business max I:J Jka.Oak'yesterday the vagrancy laws were vigorously enforced
be done
3 '" $tt sU j( itnaa, Oat '> Mrs. R. J. Bush who was a resl- all over Florida.C. can by

; + Tie ttarriace ceremony wID lJ dent of Live Oak for a short while
OlehB on e, a successful I
e- : .. tw. 1..Naalu>4 oa January 15, 130'. ** badness mans was in the a couple of years ago, passed through B. Olliff, for many years a pro- Live Oak Publishing Company.

';;" :<:>> '" Taw* prw-nt on this ocatrt *short( time"yesterday. Live, Oak yesterday on ,her way to minent and successful merchant of

ci. ...... 1 I Mrttra, Nathan, Abe;Julia Mayo, where she will visit relativesand Wellborn, was In the city this morn-

:- r fie ,ULt.. Saruky. Misses diary, IwifadeOliver .friends. ing. He is on his way'to Tallahasseeto
; attractive
an
k 1 Nfta sad Katie Surasky J.J ilCMr'of Wellborn, was in the I appear before the railroad commission THE ORIGINALThe r"NED

."I 14 ftteUr, M. Orkin and fanlUtartf ', 'f'iy> >- for Good for the.cough, removes the to prefer charges against the 'S .
a few hours. idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on i '
'- U4.... Mother and family and* ,- -, cold ,the cause'' of the tcpugh. That's Seaboard for failure to, deliver, a carload I bowelsand thus assist in expelling colds from I :
,::1-. ,tjtgi iloltnf l + the work of Kennedy's Laxative I of lumber that was placed In Its I
eaaeoa. of the firm of Hay- the system is new and original in Kennedy'sLaxative c.
e iilltilq' Tl4 c*aion was a most! If It$ .. came over from Honey and Tar.-;the" original laxative -1 hands over a week ago: and should Honey and Tar. Nearly all other cough '
.J... .W 4ft ae41ajoyable one. Delidouf1Nd4saesle aQil Wi( cough syrup. Contains no opi not have taken more than forty-
morning those contain-
on business. ,cures are constipating especially
n tl ss't' were served J JI I'. ? :ti.fl- ates. Sold by City Phariaa5y< .(j ; I 'i.|..eight hours for delivery. It Mr. ing Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and

Nt\fl I Mt.f at a late hour and these'- -.r... ;Saruky: has been quite -..i.. (]iJj\ '' i i j Olliff can succeed in bringing the Tar moves the bowels, contains no Opiates.LAXATIVE .

{ __ i be4ruMy enjoyd.staolutlon.. .ttrth_ !"' atfew'days, but we B. P. Coachman returned'yesterVday ,'railroads to terms in this regard he
will render the people a distinct service -
say&he Improving now.J'1 from C1 arYiater,; ta South Florida !WI .

lire .. $ >. where he sold ,a, car load of *
r
: "'tn.It. 1 : horses'and mules. This is probably -- ---- A certain safe and harmless remedy fort.7 ,
r H t Peacock a lead- I all Coughs, Colds. Whooping Cough, "
Croup
;
i .
HUMOROUS.The { :
I
tssw fNJ t t'nd the first solid car load of horses and i
....... he'retofon I
uslness '
wpartnenblp man of La Grippe Bronchitis, Influenza and all Lungand
; ,"b mules sold by a Live Oak stock t H' Or IE"I
In the ever _, following remarks on' Tennyson -
city this
Huml ; the
...;'U'i 1etwren I C, t, ; .- mornfn dealer. I Bronchial affections. Mothers praise
1 } ;I handed in I
c were recently on an
.. un children's favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey
t-oW.,.Ai...t.. '.II aasael4te. ef.pbfl'l norMa ;(vovelty'er. "gJe\\\\ ."i....... ..t', ry : ': ; : ', ."-. '-.t..- /j1' 'jfi t' ;il 1 I examination paper by a schoolboy in and Tar

S-Pon. Miss Frankie Cole, an attractive
literature class "Lord .
Hump an English :
L. are
day dtuolved, A. nuking'cf.ted a TAR
tt Band young lady of 'Madison,stopped over celebrated COUGH SYRUP
IHC, C. E. Humphreyst -: Brand Can. Alfred Trennyson was a
*4t1t! tie lioaloe assumin Nothingfrom in Live Oak- a few hours this morning poet ,and he wrote a lot of beautiful -
account--) on her way to Sutherland, whereshe pomes with long hair, His Prepared at the Laboratory of X. C. DeWITT A CO.. CHICAGO, V. S. A*
t-i;; .. s.s1, n 4iDies aN collating! (I
,, UUllf1iRE Ifl' =:'- will'enter: theSouthern College. greatest pome is called "The' Idle IErTD RID CLOTH BLOSSOM 1SD THB H03ST BBS II 03 XTSBT BOTTU.
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'J ioe ...
C. B. iiUdfpHRElrptrmWr '_ Roeeries While in the city she was the guest King." He was made a lord, but he Sold by City Pharmacy.
u teda, A. L. Sum-ucy Miss'Vivian Evans.H. .
Of
nd
I' isdl 21, 1906 'baa4" get Patnted.a chance d na.at. You the 1 I oads.was "a good man and wrote many .


.--.--- -' ," I1e. L. Hough, of Dunnellon, one of.. %PW/

-<'Z--- : Florida's most successful turpentine I I "Please, mum, could you do a little
CIIftO ,, in Live Oak this morn- "
lAWFORD & tel returned from operators was sewing for me, said the tramp.

-.. -:! if a1g4t where she hast Ing shaking hands with his many old "Yes, with pleasure; answeredthe
friends. He was formerly a citizen ; would SUWANNEE
Ule guest of her lady. "What sewing you I BAKERY
K E R S ...--'- -r- ''' Coidmu.i1' ', _' .. of IJve,o'ak and likes to come back like to have me do for you?"

---- occasionally and,see the rapid growth "I have a button here; If you'll .

STOCKS AND GRAIN; fS S itn fir.who has been his old home is making. I please sew a pair' of pants on to It,
Bread Cake Pies Etc.
,fine at Do1fUnS Park I'll be very much obliged. -San ,
", Jetterda I Tuesday and Wednesday, the 2nd Francisco Chronicle.

tan I Investment which will f':",:. '"' ''sting.o yon her way and 3rd. Mrs EN\millinery Lawler will and have she I"A Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a 4

ti on her opening onfall woman who does her own shopping

to n |*r cent l per month risk ': .[h'-.>1 vroman'is I the onelll5Jotthla.aort,. invites all of the ladles to, attend and "for the house" went into a Specialty At the old Racket Store, in front of

(..i With practically no by see the beautiful things she has to local drug store to'buy soap. It was

IN l& ak>at It. :0 *; Odot.ror Dypsepsla. .offer., and soine4 splendid, .' bargains. eight cents per cake. According ,to the Court House. Clegg and Knowles, Props.

; Luputs'.lQ'1 : ,Hats and. -dress .goods. .... .she. has inan Young People, she looked it over ,

r. C& Capitat LSP ; f tr sold? yM unusually largelIDQ.' 4 ie sure to carefulfy andvasked' the surprised :
O"'II : .
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.... ;t.J"! \!} "i:.,). \ .4 ee--Aer. r:J..F hur :.;" ;'>1"l'', ._ .elrky,. ".Do.1oU give three eakesfora.A.e.;;



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'-r.f't ...'d' "I'f''''' A 1.Deferrgd (-.aIL- > TtfffJ -.-... "I -,', P''i" m- _....111 -
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Xh'gh'fence should be,bnnt.betweeo, ft&rWa Book Supply Co., In acertalfij:; ( "town la'tlie county 'Of f Pttt ..
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the words tact and potfcj for the benefit -- Wexford there'Is a'base tfe'Uoor of
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of those'wbXcannot; tteitne.borderr: which' 'must .1 be ::raIsed! Ya little to; be < t
CONTRt1TOR Atb ..
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SchoolBooks and for this purpose the s- '
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tng.tine., opened / ,, :_ _&eft Out7 t
with a nsed. One night <_ ,:: &"' -
o .,J bayena.tartf'they sat hatchet Is generally' .
iiir. "Tarf and policy are knock to the door, and a ; : .. : fJori4&: t. .
satisfied : : lately a came Plans M Specifications;Ftrais ed : -
list a\ "

'The pArtia7'piice
following .. *
who ..'
things I know Wthtojrhbout"And youngster was sent,to see wuther.r ," CLAy t tre .
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of rebound and. ;secondhandschool __ -I. J!
yet'thii'two qualities! are e'dlstint trar r '- ___ : ''- -
books which are nearly as Inquired. Will assume full charge of building8 { fJT ot ,tf.tiotfi '
as north and wrath. Tart comes :Vho} "l3)theref'he "I t 4 > *=
fieieetk
from the heartland --policy from the good as new.Baldwin's "Sf'e," sid a tutee outside.. I :r:, i1 viaL d IJJ K3 --

bead. Policy Js Inspired by selfish Interests 4th and 5th readers, comb, Tlie youngster, knowing the yolce; i I owner complete ui..every respect, before a Cent:. ,, ,.... -
and tl4 a treacherous quality that shouted backvln"nch'a" tone that the ,
one might well boast the lack of.' Tact 40.. cents.Baldwin's. .., person outside could hear him): is paid me. ; $ *. f'II' -
springs within from an unwillingness( 6th, and 7th readers.comb. It's Mrs. Murphy. Get the hatchetrNeedless ; $nw3u ... ----

to burt feelings and It Is the mark of 45 cents. to say Mrs. Murphy didn't OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTY w s 0ndt3t 3 4s !":i
Innate kindness that has no personal) Eggleston's first book In Amer History wat-Pearson's! .Weekly. MdSy I) : .... .. -'ifIi. ;

motive., Tact.is no enemy to truth. Jt :40 cents. > PHONE 188.. LIVE OAK pthe sail r4'ovem ..,.. ** '
offers truth' oh a salver Instead of Fields Grammar School Hist. SOcts. ,He W*.U t Wake. ; : ., -w

throwing It In the face, that's all-Phil Metcalfa Elementary English 30cs.Metcalf One,evening last week'Mr. Pblndei- .. f / .. '- '"

adelphia- iJt- Proms.5-"_ -,'": ........ s.English.Grammar-40cts.",' ter, a traveling man, had a remarkable n'atIre oitt. L.a.nal -".
dream. He seemed'to be exploring an On October First ,
tilDes Practical Arithmetic 35cts. ; ** *
t+"i <
aad .. 0.
Ilrugglats Borrowing. his dwelling )1strtc"
;; old and unusued attic In } .
: Xat.fEL, -"-
New York druggists are frequent bor---Redway,&HiumanV' Geog; house. Presently he uncovered an ancient We will handle Apples direct from 4 i"P"-" { Coate le1f ,, '
rowers. Only I the most complete pharmacies 40 cents.Redway&. chest He opened It and found it a 1. i j
are constantly supplied with all ; HinmanV,. Ad Geog. full of gold and silver. Bananas direct from the importers, and if .''* l.J CommlsdOUtl) / .rRJi1rO&d :-
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the ,drugs required-Jn? compounding I '90 cents. : the Impression upon tlsfIt4 :
? So strong was have
what want
grade of goods are we the florid&
you ,
of
medicines. When a druggist Is asked to,: Smith's Primer of Physiology, 23 cts. him that;he realized at once the utter : te UUjstt6' *
fill a short notice prescription callingfor he of the suprptf?,..- a J V < '
Smith's Elementary Philosophy, 35c.Bteeles folly of waking np. Thereupon I....
to bp.fe-on some drug hand that:he be does does not not fake happen timeto ,, ':TfpgIenle'Ph:'' ;siology;65' etS. slept.Tribune.on and continued'to dream.' -Chicago We just received four cars of No. 1 New TaHay \ t,State Rembers of Flarilla.of the 5.. ttOliN t J ..., '"> -

;telephone .to ,wholesale\ house ;for: Swinton'a Word Primer 10 cents.Webster'sACademIc and have .on road 300 barrels of the Fail .. Qt. ibt Stat&, 111114''' *, .T*
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bict.l.I5', : ; -
lbnt .
thej,. mlssins" Ingredient I sends Bad Error.
around.to' the nearest drug store and White's School Algebra 75 cents. /' That Rasa rather serious mistakethe Flake. Flour made in Nebraska, the home of W' J;] '4J-' Assessorof Tn"- i!*** **..* -

tried to borrow It. It tea peculiar fea- And many others at reasonable types made In speaking young f !anti P Collectors f__ """
ture of the situation that druggists seldom 'prices, besides a. nice line otschoolsupplies : 1 '
Golightly. J f
t ,_ i :iIi 30-lbpails ,
buy anything outright from each !: *-. -"- {s v._ jSE'-; i"j I ;. "In what,ws.y7" ; Competition Candy ; pt1 Treasurer'C Dim1li Ic9t1 loa""+s .' :: ;.

other. They merely borrow then, after > "Changed a, V into an 'a' and said Panatellas, Anita Ferdandez and Resago I of the td 11. j ...iii.. >t=-:.
havfag replenished their stock from the ,% he, was a ragged specimen athletic ee lembers .
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Honest : !
wholesale\ house\.ther 'ply ',iback'Jthe( ," l' manhood." Money'Tobacco of Pablstnstradloet
loan!New York Post, : Peace I. aM k.stailpwing ...
the
: Hand Peanuts of
c J "BARD WIN & 'fDWARDS S Aa EsHttlOD. ; Virginia picked. J 7VI0tSh .,.... ** -
; Tolu the original Chewing Gum : I.lit. ... ... .
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S6.
The Sea Otter.Tli t "I never heard 'sueh'a lot of gossip. Taffy : ;& 4. N'o. S.
i e sea otter combines'the habits of house have ........-
BAISDEX BUILDIXG., .... r The walls in that boarding ii! 'OJ..NO. lo..lo.: U. : U. .. t.rtk. "'
a seal with the intelligence ...
amna-
ears, haven't they? U. 0. It ..n4I .. 161' a "'
Ing Character of the otter! When met Phone 198. "Yes. everywhere except, about the 11,No.14\ No. tJIk.

in'herds far out at, sea, which; !U but ... .! dumb.waiter."-Baltimore American. KomraWholesale i -- l
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t .
Oak
seldom now they are commonly seen live Brokerage ble,111 ad for the ... .e e ,'
__ a ..
1110.. t. teita '" ****
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swimming.on their backs. They eyen \ : .... \ ORDINANCE No 52. -DistrJctS( ,
eat theirfood"lying, in this position-on I t ,, ;: ) A0. ,'I. tt'U. Ii 7'4tSc 1..!tw* ......
the water, and nurse their young ones f.t An ordinance to pro ride, for the Grocers, Grain and Hay z ; 10. No. 11, N0. U. N&Jf 1
IN
_, IIRTY-EIGHT ACRES. of for the A. D. ; it=
on their chests between their paws, exactly levy taxes year 1906 Nw, 15, o. 11 14IPm
as isoutb sea--island mother SOUTH-EAST LIVE! OAK, for Municipal purposes for the. City Warehouse at .old A.,C. Freight.depot ] -

swims with her baby in the water. ., LYING. .EAST OF OHIO. of Live Oak Florida and to provide 11.'Sony Whereof", I_ aay *, l. r- ....:
When swimming in this'attitude they a sinking fund and for the annual
tWr
AVENUE. f /a aflht4
: 'I 2 : kad'alul
even shade lhe> eyei \with their pawswhen Interests the ( bonded *
on 10,00KOO I <
the'sun dazrles'them. ; THIS ,IS A DESIRABLE H'OT Seal of the State ol Ieler44*,

.....'....- .... ... ...... TRACT- --' .-FOR. SUBDIVISIONTO '.- .Indebtedness Be It ordained of said by City.the Mayor and ARAGON ii;h 5i.: the c pnat. *111tstt .H- r 1.
'0 L'Y 'w'. '. I day of September.
THE CITY OF LIVEr," : Council of of Live ::
The use of poison in war was once th@ City theCity -

considered' not""only'permissible; but OAK ':' ": ":' ":' :' 'r Oak l Florida: ,AMERICAN PLAN, "7- l }4YC lW ttb. -'- -

commencablerand'' ., 'was/defended';by, 'WrrmN' FIVE. MISCTES. :-, ":, Section 1. For the purpose of securing : J SetfettrY tf e\ttt .e __
I'lesg'* aV authorityalai' JACKSONVILLE FLORID ;
no ; Wolff an equal and uniform rate of ;
W.OF COURT HOrSE, .... 8h rtS tt iar t ..
Rickerson.
There are reported Instances, wells, ,taxation and to pay the current expenses ': H.
springs ponds and streams..'being poisoned LoTS 150' YARDS ntoi of the City of Live Oak. FlorIda isee Couaty.

as a military measure.; Even In ,THIS, ;i PROPOSITION, ARE for the ensuing tax year there Rates $2.50 and Upward. Rooms, and. Private!.
instances >
onetime ;are,numerous (the intention to Apply tw"4
shall be levied and collected ItjII
Intentional defilement of drinking waterirapplie8 SEUJNGTODAr AT ONE upon < $3.00 and.Up. ;
and out of ,the real and ten PaUBt. t4
,by throwing the bodies ofanimals THOUSAND, DOLLARS. : personal 1
Into the 'stream or pond. ,'.' property within the incorporate limits MS*I a tad by tirtue of the U*. If ..

: of the City of Live Oak, Florida, : Cuisine and 'Service Unsurpassed in the Soot|II its of Florida notice Is ..,... .
for the year A. D. 1906 the tax of 7 [ttat the undersigned taahIand ... "?
i:6QPFOR; .
: mills on the.dollar. I PROPRIET do herebydm.together UlUU. .
H. N O'NEAL -
I
; Sec. 2. For providing a sinking I i for the PM," .
THE 38 ACRES. fund and paying the. annual intereston ,- aw
poisicg lscorpor&led, ft W41 M
u s the 10000.00 bonded Indebtedness +O+OtO+O+O+O+O+OtOtO+O+O+0I Iud vill oa the Ittfe dif .l ek;

'; i: ; ; : : {.i ij-- of the City of Live Oak Florida I JUST AIo k;tL D., 1101. apply tBravud .. ,

j jReal 0 .r -j 1I dated February 28th, 1906, there WWood [ ,Governor of t4ridi. Arnie. !. 'Jo't

shall be levied and collected upon I for letters patwt fens

: I l Estate and Investments and out. of the real .and personal i I IA .., II the "LlTe Oak BrIM 14r ii'
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property within the corporate limits .
r Comp&nyM under U'. t4$.
*" 2 2 horse load of
BAISDEN BUILDIXG' V.I the City .of Live Oak Florida for wagon olosed the ortftfttlb .<

,Phone< 196.PROFESSIONAL the year A. D. 1906, a tax of 1.3ofone 2 18 inch wood for $1.50. About your groceries"! ) sow charter oa Ale ia the obit .< ,. .

mill on the dollar., I should be fresh in all set ecetiry of State, for the .Nta .
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall go: rt Furnished on Short Notice. i ;. ride I

into effect immediately upon its passage No groceries, not even ec !' R. J. Tajfeor.W. ""
THE PINK OF PERFECTION Leave orders at M. L. Burnett&Co.0
CARDS. by the Council and approved by J, Hlllmaft.U. >
: : : : J' the Mayor. goods, are the better for agt. .,
dn, soda water Is found H. WIMBERLY. W. llrhrtikteft.A. .
L.E.:ROBERSON.. A. B.SMALL. Introduced by J. L. White, memberof Y 1 F> .
without effort In every BERSON & SMALL the City Council and passed by the 0+0+0+0+aats+0+0+0.0+oto- We look after that part Lre itnmphr a. -
R ChA. H. ISm,
glass drawn from our 1m- City Council this 17th day of September .
Ymaculatelr buys F. E. Thoma.
t 11. clean' .foonvy A. D., 1906. The Great Headache Cure business carefully, Walter .
,1.I3r1Iate.t
; ATTORNEYS AT .
r v -:- -:- LAW. Attest ; .
: lain.!. ;;What's" your: prime : that our stock will albI r C. Ua..... -
.
i a I
Will do general practice in State' and CHAS. H. BROWN .': P. II
_< favorite Jn flavors ? Have llirmrr.
'" *" Federal Courts. Prest. of City Council.S. BromoPepsin"Note ,
1 h fresh. ..
:W&t T. B. IkUdra.
it?- Syrups ,prater P. MAYS City Clerk. !."
ROOMS AND I [Ur-SiAiKs]. LXWIN BUILDING. "
.s't
clean, and scientifl- the Word Pepsin. tell yw--i 5 Charter of -Tb Wf. .***
pure, .... PHONE No.190. I. S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the We cannot Iii
tally! carbonated, why LIVE OAK. : : FLORID City of Live Oak Florida, do hereby Headache. Indigestion ? k & Supply ('ompaay.e .
that the above and what all we v.J
certify foregoing CURES space
-shouldn't- z onr''" sodas,'"suit Insomnia, nervousness Uderal&n 4 her..ly i ites .(URn,
C.S. BROWN. F.E.THOMASONbROwiT ordinance was duly and regularly
ererybodl ;,1 in and teleF'1 '* together for tH 'III II
-, ,..'c. Ie 4THOMASON : passed by the City Council of the City On the Spot. see us, or :' ""1"! i corporate .t4'. ..
v
of Live Oak, Florida on the 17th 01
the
needs. .
your State of n.w.. u..
ty.Pharmacy day of September, A. D. 1906 and ;10 Opiates. Absolutely Harmless.ISt ,Jj J wfcj proposed tutItD4 :
the same Is hereby certified to the PHONE 85
111 ,
\ $ ; PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS, Mayor for his approval. IU. ul 50. I PIke of Il./ite.e.
( "
i -" '.:PHONE, k.i,73', ; Witness my hand and the seal of for Sale By ARTICLE I.

.. LIVE OAK. : : : ,FLORIDA. 01 said City this 17th day of September The City! Pharmacy ( MAYS BROSI c- 1. n'.at If .. ._ -

Just "Receivedat.TBE A. D. 1906. w'all be "life its t...
TV .1\1. -'DIXON i *> (Seal) LIVE OAK, FLA. ttSap >1J Compuy "

:.. D. v, S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. .4123trwivr. I FREE DELIVERY] ,r-.1. TU prlaelpet iMs.K .. .,

I DENTIST. Examined and approved by me this of nt torporay1 tIIIf 4 too

BAND BOX, ,..., September 17th 1906.M. "",at10f lure Oak .. 111U1.-'

ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND, i BRIDGE .. E. BROOME, Mayor.Don't TWICEAS ,Aida; but life II
New Fancy Waists in WORK, : SPECIALTIES.: -- F3, the right! wIt ..fiT'
?
'. nay zit ..itk4.'ratae ......
silk, lace net and, nuns- Have Your Cart r ..

i veiling. TV/1/ E; BROOME, Work Butchered 3, MANYGoo& a eft TI. i4e ,..,


Ready-to-wear ;Hats, ATTORNEY COUNSELOR AT LAW. Reasons I Traawt,4, )
At the Mill!
for ladies and! . AS Atmct.a 11.
> children .LIVE OAK.. ; FLORIDA. .
you Expected t. n. C...... a.tlrtrw. ;-
for early:Fall wear. ;, Will- practice; ball\courts the Stata Special / I '- to a tnaaaiit4 W 'rRLIun

'* Kid M attention, Etc.Riven All to business Conveyances promptly Collection attended when tho baby first came '411.. t-4J tw, ..- .....
,, Gloves, elbow,' manta I am t the limber r Carl M MI Man r why yon should watch "'ih b4 ....
the 1i1al9aegl!! a
I ', ., "' Norm PnUC Sun AT LAMB. little allmrato.** ...,." brkk
length. Little thing.grow to big to eelseal s...e .
I thingo in the a.yse.' All baby sib 4 bat la4 slit s-a4 t""' ''
New Muslin Underwear DR.. J. W. WEST,: Build them under a Guarantee. little and big, can D3.be averted by keeping it in perfect bealty tltb or bfli4fy titd .J-

.= '. in beautiful de- I[ Physician and Surgeon.Office Have Built Hundreds and 1 It keeps the stomach MeGEB'S and bowels BABY right.ELIXm.Takes all the Lii$ 4_- Meta, bo.sebtdd ptl..,
,' ; ray from teething time. fit to botd. k .
signs.Mrs am Building more every day. Makes LI AN babies aad ( a.
... .. : Carroll Building Ohio Avenue. babies well. Pleasant to take, Good for delieate wes tee tthtryt". ..... N ",
t For Best Prices sick
,. Residency at Ethel Hotel. Write, atomaehs US cent and 60 teats bottto at your de tst&tt; tot, u4 s.N ."

,Phon* :-HM5ee.. No.168.c 4e&I Ill
all kta" ,
W. H. ADKISON et .
:.ti1 ;KT t T .Re HCMo hr 168. v ,
ler > J. > tf- :
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.cirJ.Jaw: : w6' ; h4 C.W$ .
:? t. n: Dna Stor.(Barclay Grw.er)No.it P. 0. Box No. 4. TALLAHASSEE, n\ LIVE OAK DRUG COMPANY : I f .
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