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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: October 3, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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t.wY..aeea .... IIIfHe4 the dusky monarch I .r .. .- ,-- '".. auppu !, horaea.grid eoeiB 6Bt. to,
.o .. ...... ..4 there be ordered them:is. T ags, Mobile :3. i"u"' ':-- *:* ''*; : "' ., -, -, Cuba;Capt: McKay 1ncors; ink" -::
-,.. + ...* Ur.' -- Rtorn 'nneh...',;.'...''";;.' pat"wervj:Ee'iijSt ,he'aomiaation,,: of Wiilfaai Ran"cause they believe he'will'make' them'obedient accepted- the- '..;nomination- -- 1 ,:for,.. Governor '' Ubn :With'headquarters_ irir.- <.- ,
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{,\ ... ..... tarned-around aufl eommnnitiesadapira5ly" dolph. ,Hearst 'for Governor" by; the -<. -,' to'the law'; Success'In''"New :from a'politlcal organization-,that. to"the/matter.: ; > 5J
t4pd -. Ttch ....t<"'. Now,. uewasBor- i ; Democratspf: '[New Tora; makeaitoubifuX YorkrwiU'go"a- wayrmaking him was'practically a 'new", city; and .' : +
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'; i ,. ... K, tttt to bite the thumb Jt' Mding la.benga : d It' Mr.Bijan; ;, :will be' theextrnoffliaeej acceptable' ;to Democrats; in- other' -whicb>had adopted a'semiSoctaIlttitplatfor BIG ATrA"b.'A'FiU; : : :: -

1b .... M. Iti4.Ia defiance'and a*threat sjoMibleVj of,the:Democratic;party .States"as, 'a national, -. .i caadidaterhe'Discord.,, ,,. ..Jit:was his t nenoix to I oppose = ", ,, ,=, :;;.
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1 kt ",, The quick eye of. etf u mace suffering." fdf"President,; .:.Therelsnodoabt \ # '' : ,the yDemocratld party If he!tailed Wipes.,'Ottfc", Hall, a' MUHea t' OBtue','- .- r
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-- ..,leKre 1ltvt. t41t missionary the also the,beatwtfttDS def < r4a romr outside the* .Democratic' nominationftPresident Of coursei. 'Jlr(Hearst .is not going ':The, charge :was"made;;"against i himthAtlhe Atlanta; teta.: Frarthe-Forapttrstreet

_II.... *""eea of the king war.and bU I dead +-i i44RitRAT1 ; + He.; 'dominated :the t to'have the'undivided' support:'of, the >air&otVbemMratand'' ..' ;; : .bridge "at,"10_': t etjui-.8l. r" hi" ,; ,
'DemocraUc'party in New'York The Democrats. .,'could' not afford 1o':supporthim. :-;,. 3:000: people watched the *
JfJ If IWt two hand In his ruined city, Democraticrconventioh .btNew:; York; ; progiese of g|
i tt't K.... lot aJt-London Standard., V,$ : Bo''compietely, :says] the, :,Savannah h'\.elements that objected to his'nomination : < Itwas'because' .. 'he. 'accepted j, e.biggesr' fire Atlantaseiri'.; ;; ,
... : < 'wni'all" they.carl to defeat 'the nomination [of the ndependence since 'thee burning of- the ,
F"'si eOpttetleA A Morning JJews,;.that be: dictated i whatheronVentionshottld:8ay'about l .. i old Markham -
.... .. IInrla,e, la.aeotrud : 'ts Part oVlnterAe .' { Mr, :iim" _,at the .polls.. "It is, stated- ',that. ",before ,League that, Mr,* :Mackj-; theDemocratic .House" '.clock-about. seven.' ys t rt!. >

liven bas for a man to addraw 1, Find.; Bryantlt is\Yotthtonot e;that Mr: the convention. made Its, :;wicket :.: national!, committeeman! j' ago. ?, .= .. '1
.... ... IfIfeda.It wife and either. by Writtt, I 'Thinterrgatmfasioa Bryairwas'not Indorsedl.: Only"mostcordtai ''District Attorney Jerome said:that ..ifMr for.New'York" ideclared.he. couldnotsupport' 'The' fire completely" -- destroyed- ,."theold ;i ,:
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!If ,.... .. same terms constitutes m 'astcoaeluaioa and .sincere 'felicitations"; Hearst.were nominated he would him, for Democratic"nomination Western; andAtlantis''- "; freight. shed

Gotland. Any one who hu' were'extended to him. -That was anannouncement '.take the stomp' against him.. and it for, Governor- ; and:contents, a, number''lof, freight: 1-

WUklt Collins' novel'"Man andwm < .1 talWayrateIaw: that,jt is tDe intentionof 4s almost certain .that ,Mayor Mecleliaa It looks now! :however: ,, aa"it "f.1 I cars;aid,''worst:of'all:: ;:,,the<:''Westevg

tilt. remember there a case la j .. la a:generaljo4ay. bin.:Hearst to'contest with him for ,.,of:New. York City, will'nse all Murphythe Tammy boss, had.decid- and Atlantic! roiad-hoaae,, With S the' r

,k hit The heroine tends a note to -- ;U: holds be 'bemocratiq Presidential
.. lt IWIt. tltulDc herself "tour Wtt ".; rate :forias."part ;, most of th.oid-l 'Democratic leaders to'throw.,the'whole' -of,Tammany c J influence i' conlalned.. :These engines' ,:w re-

J i .tb14s.. teeny.11 careless end 1ndi4WftNII. ||$te, the state rate "Or'oursel before Mr, Hearst ,will : will. be, against -him-at' least, to 'Mr.:Hearst;,for,the.reason,' valued at averag'e,,pf'16,004, ;ind:
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c:2'_., ,, & ..c i i' L.L_ ana.replj ilgns, on.the himself back of. the> commission/ be formidable. candidate 'for a ,that Is the Impression now., Still, for among:others,.that he wanted, to get are'now:.fit for little'.more than-scrap. ,
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t Majr h! baht!." note, crumpled, aw;;.feature;' In Presidential nomination he, must bee every' Democratic vote he jwill lose, even"-with Mayor-McClellan 'and, District iron' ,

::t *.j aside as of no/value: ftbaada ape iUoas'oflth8aoamiesionh elected ,Governor of'New' York and he will! likely! gain two from .the j (Attorney Jerome. It,la ,estimated'. ; .lt total_)loses,

t tie kr f I. 4 of,rah'junscrupalwu; ] e make a creditable record In that posKlon Republican party. and from other i 6f course, there will be ,. anT trill be between' $400,000, -, and $500--

b '" s..... Wbq to levy' blackmail on* t9etw waa made that: 'The chances of'his election are, sources.. lie can depend"upon'a.very i stories aboutthe inside 'workings/bf 000.' .
W ... I **9f* ft and It 'f large percentage of the independentvote convention which The'fire Is"suppcsed'to.! ;caught
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fisrasarrtafe. ieteadsr 'whereve1h9 r good; It Is true,,that he is ,opposed the none of likely ;iaye !
$..Ie h Na'' other form"at Iavr inadins n.the gubernatorial:contest'by about and th& votes.thedissatisfied: to have much of an Inftuence,1 onI from. a.spark'from an engine. *

"!Mar.....II', h.. IOOf' through J and:..CCica yet l ,the:1111s to- predict his election, aridsO a and which the/State; but ,ia\nnder! lease .tc(the
.t ltc atPa .... ""' J.ma4e'npon ,.could have_eh sen-J ,-ludging leis pretti well known of ,
.t .. .... .. .#-'," 4 decision In thtthitlarge ns from :the 'phenomenal. run, he. made contest between, himself, and Mr, the Democratl' leaders will support Nashville,.Chattanooga'and_8t Louis

b .... Atwate Italalag, 1<;:, 'nun- for mayor. in.the'last, municipal campaign Bryan for the Democratic nominationfor Mr Hear t'and which 'will oppose,e Railroad,,which had .it, well! .covered. .p.

.. ........ Thane U a group of Islands"W**" tr111 fee_anticipatedcor in New: York City; he will .be President that will be memorable! him.. 'The campaigns. certain to be with insurance,:

!J! ... .... south of New Zealand caned ire.. o4uamidiIoa successful. The.plaln people l1.over 1 Before the .meeting of the ,conven I a notable one. All the forces of'pre: : Notes From Seventh Di8tr ct.

,..* .. -..., M Is t lo EaSevpnlsterlt be anbjerted( to a hfrlch pract1 the State are greatly aroused, by the 1 tion at Buffalo the impression seemed datory wealth will be arrayed against' Showers and sunshine are'the .ord., ..
the and 1 'to be that Mr. Hearst could not Mr.. Hearst, and.he himself will not -
4 ttlsft, ... $.*t rainfall.. The.supel'PH'i. aggressions ,ot 'corporations; er of the day.Farmers : g
l 4 { t1qt L r t of the bL'U edplfladbmalp' ( oft ; I Aanircrsagtauk will support Mir* Hearst, not because get the, nomination for Governor, want for campaign funds, for legitimate are busily engaged .gaW ..T

# trite .\' Furgo! ;; .avlig toe.thel tll thesbeginfeat'i they particularly. tmire him, hut bin e- mainly for the reason that he had 'campaign purposes., erlng their com and co OIl/and getting -.
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1--... t the rain often takes thf< : ; my-Pa'stoi- ,i 'together their piggies'to'be put
Meet and. anow. On a linetested !# ]dvetakanderefLthere, TWO MEN' SHOT IN MOBILE.ll lying 'unconscious ;by the roadside streets,'and'by".6:30: o'clock 600 men the f ,
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h the world from four to and was taken to her home. had formed at the intersection of
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Wit The lumber" manufacturers_ are as '
f tt-" ... dW degrees rain seldom there ireases, are ;!P'1cheJwWtti to tM.te .. "- $ both; lour.. I Mob Violence' .Causes Shooting of Two Detectives were placed onthe' 'trackof Royal and,Dauphin i '.streets.ors busy as any body else. : .
....,.. i far Well Known Citizens. the within ho The door of the: jail brokebe
...I railed the "rone of constant pr the
;4 <***. tea,It but i arthesame; time the farcies) but'some I Mobile,' Afa.,.'Oct. ,2. Roy Hoyle. be was captured. He:,was ,taken. down and almostlastantly; a shot have bought 'a', farm near '.' Tellborn,
i Mrri I 1 localities 'itHtto 1I'1 r fore the Sossaman girl!, who at.once came from ,a revolver in, the handSof -
#;Jit. Yg.r along ,already an- and and expect to move there,soon...They 4
... ( rainfall ;:: -extend a co ," 'a ;special .officer" of the.- Mobile' identified- .him. a man standing in: the: gate, At are energetic young men 'and no

.. 0.;,.-._. .. -.._11.-RteA, Ce and :ail to be I Ohio Railroad,, and, one of the: most Deputy" ; Sheriff Fatch- knowing, thatthe once the 'memberi'of the\iaob com doubt will prove beneficial l, ;"to the'
.... thett-at.( ;;Jri'; ', tbiscoleb ra:; widely, I known: '.and best ,liked men inthis'vicinity t Ute of the negro would betaken n menced a fusillade'an4" about a section to which they go. ;

T ...... t.Ie c to one branch of the)bo&ft 'Vcibei" hour, : ,. was fatally shot, and by a mob if he brought him info the dozen revolver shots were fired and L Messrs. Willie and Wade Robinson _

flJ'L, hJit ..... I believe Poor- nelaUWeq = iswwonoatheannounced I Lyons chairman of city! caused him ,to be conveyed to then'.came several shots from a rifle and families were"the guests'of.:Mr.
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." ..... to the branch that ntTt ar Alderman. 'a ,station several miles ..theYobUeand held by"a -man who levelled,it above and Mrs. ,Lewis Sparring last Sunday y _

b .. H, Juma on lt-Tlt-Eltt ; r'. ; te: ..-' the.City Council of Mobile, was Ohio Railroad. He was not taken his head 'andworked it vigorously There Is. to' be a 'dinner. at Macedonia

f a.....at T1. "Hp Drives ;\; i AI Blght.theredelightf; I slightly, wounded in the hand last to the ;jail at .all. and was.'at least while, holding it in that position. first'Sunday In October..Everybody "

_tsar'u The wolf wfll perish. eltel& up !bfD kti' ul I nighY during a fight at the county Jail eight. miles from the" city -wh n. the Not 'more than a dozen men took is invited ,to attend and bring;

,.!.. ,. The sheep Is not what two short ta1 ks between 'deputy sheriffs and,a crowd mob, 'which, determined. to have him, part in the ring 'and as- the shots well :filled baskets. t

bfl rdavtostc folk hare imajto ,: bra,.oaislde'i of r of. men,- determined to capture Dick approached, the building.. rang fot there 'was a stampede jon One ,has said: "'Th longer Macedonia -;

1..14"i I tep presses forward,, U a;tenmtnubers tea Rabinson,.a young negro. Incensed. the part of the crowd for shelter. The school runs the better:.it'gets." < '
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'a ..,.j .d+kbtg before him lions *pd' ,"?, The eeao r. r 'The mob is still hunting the negro" People > mob .was, widely. 'scattered, in a few_ 1'tuef 'we have better 'attendance

MID isns'? before him man. _.r,: one hour a_nd i and 'will lynch him if possible. 'The There have been several.assaultupon'wbite seconds: every week' That's the. way to,go-toschool. 'I-

,.... Tw, man. Ask; those' ttioc:' df Trareno,Ceara b:f negro.;;Who: J .onb: 17 years old,'yesterdayattacked : 'women within the- last Alderman Lyons who had' been on 1 a
ssnd1oV ",," 'Ruth, the 12-year-old; the inside of' the jail, 'came out nd'h There will be a dinner:at Macedonia -
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I o } ?ind3 4: ,tisb.tW; ) ....-nt evening'; dangbter.of.Blount Sossaman, who est outrage caused Intense wrath ld1 1guP his nand; from which the schoolhouse on October 19 -.at

:' den'4ed balk J Jitr>the! .!. ,.-tat"irleadsoangregatioia and Uvfsj.about, three"-:miles irpm',here.Thejgirl blood,was streaming, announced d'that the close of school Every patron Is ;
; .. ..... tt eP. JJJ'e4 tern crd.b.1,.. ...11" ,, .8,I ; was passing, ;a' secluded" and excitement" : Aa early, ;aa,6'o'clock. he had_been Eliot and that Roy.!BOYI ehad' codiaUrlfTited'to bring every body

f11II ,... .....{arrhi"'\ erid; l1f Jlroonlmftl .le. sa! ;, E. preeeitiu i .q spot no far from.become; when'she in the.'evening crowds of; men commenced received" "' 'a' 'balletthrough, 'the. With them. Come, one, come'alL ><

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ordinuiceo for the rejoice In quaint title .{This one .
&J great potency and has a wonderful very t -
I; .
of tares for the -A.D190B, 'animateand was called the Dropperin and had the 1'' .., "
levy year c Influence on or bier ; ... .. .
AND] .
q *, for -Municipal, purposes for the, City I inanimate things on our planet usual sign putside-viz, a long pole } -.' 6f sua It;... .. ?

tt of Live Oak,'Florida, and'to provide I Such persons should remember that with a wooden ring and a gigantic .. ')# It"s itMit .. =- 3

f :ii a sinking fund" and' for the annual i moonlight 1 1$ only reflected, sunlight wine bottle suspended from It The Plans and Specifications FurniShed. : ; 1-. .. !;; .

1 the' $10,600.00 bonded i and that the quality and quantity of system of keeping: the scores is primitive .. _..- .- -
.interests on = _
what la but. practical. The regular cus- ,
the thus reflected are not .
light
-
.
Indebtedness of said City. .. .
generally Imagined. In fact (It b a. tomers and ,the Innkeeper each have,a Will assume full charge of buildingsowner : a.1M
,,,t a;
:r Be it ordained by the Mayor and truth which has often been demonstrated : bit of wood called reins, with the : r .., ..5. .
:J- ot
i : ,the City Council of the City of Live by the speculative'cstrfcioni'j'' that name: of the person written on It, and complete in every respect, before &. : :, "it.1Ol1aS1. : IS P

w : Oak, Florida: It would take C13.000 full moons: t* every liter of wine consumed is marked Ute wI 'h* ... -... J
;
t Section 1. For the purpose of se afford an amount of light equal to that by each making: a notch on his .respective is paid me. 1$4' 1_ .. ",*,,, .

b curing,an equal and uniform rate of emitted by the sun. and. furthermore bit of wood. When the score .. ..
-
taxation and to pay the current expenses there Is only sky space for 75.00D such I is paid off, both the rovas are burned. OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTY \\V| '.of, Novell'atattTe Ik M .. ... .

C' :; of the City of Live Oak, Flor- disks. Some beat comes from mot Consequently you hear the peasants inviting otu j
; light However, It b in quantities so each other to ingyonrovlasmo- LIVE O Tt ------' a:
ida, for the ensuing tax.year, there PHONE 188., o, it.Distrtc .
small that it cannot be measured by ra, literally drink on my "knotch $ ,.Vdeb
conrd .
+
,
shall be levied and collected upon l )
t ordinary Instruments, Flammarion stick" which sounds most comlcaL ;
' + ..3: and out of the real and personal amount of heat emittedby ; t- t Sif
says that the "Wanderings In Hungary. lit a
; .d f_ property within the incorporate limits a fall moon while at Its zenith can- On October First _:i&_ roAd eommtuloWt (J. lll1! '

:, j of the City of Live Oak, Florida, not be more than'one eighty-thou I CrmeU florid&. .... )II! .U ..,"

:y:, for the year.A. D. 190$, the tax of 7 sandth of the amount that the sun sup- A cashier in the financial district of i We ,\111. handle Apples: direct from=;; tot the supremo n JDibers
t '.t'i i when standing the meridian advised by his giarldz t
on
mills on the dollar. plies New York. on being tot .c R 1.11' *:V

I, : 2 Sec. 2. For 'providing. a sinking on 'a favorable day In July, SuA be- physician to tike a vacation not long I Bananas direct from the importers, and ill : ot the Rom V

: t fund and paying the annual interestit" ing the _cash it Is really surprising ago, wrote the agent; of a South American of goods are what want we have tll res ot the t&01Ky ........... 'f. --r." .. \;I
: that lute 1igent people should( consider steampshlp line as folbws: "As I I grade you buttit 1II'Jl'II'! ''''''' .
3 the bonded indebtedness :
on 10000.00 '
i that thj moon has such a wonderful am thinking of taking a trip to( South -}: tfiir. "
> of the City of Live Oak, Florida, I
I "Influence"* over terrestrial affairs America please advise me immediate! lector.'t
'
i /. dated" February 28th, 1906, there ly with particulars relative to .tes, ac- We just received four cars of 'No. 1K? ;

: jJJ J shall be levied and collected upon Same Old Wa,. couniodatlcas. and so on, to and from Hay and have on road 300 barrels of the'Fa; k freasurer.Commlp1oatft. "Ji Ir "' Y." :a '

: and out of the real and personal the various ports usually Tl.iJtetl by panty ....a <
; I Into ..
Robert When Nebraska
set njy new Flake Flour made in the home of WJ the _
; II j ; property, within the corporate limits house I dean that everything shall go tourists at this season of the year: :' { Members of 1MMN _s -. -
; : Live Oak Florida for The answer came by special delivery : IIIatTIieUQOof ,. t
the
i J City'of like clockwork. R.chard-1 see.; Lie fUbUc hi .... Ii! _: ;,
aM
'it!. {_ the year A. D. 1906, a tax of 1.3 ofone tame as heretofore tick, tick! marked our steamers private will and sail confidential for Valparaiso"Oneof Competition Candy in 30-lb pails .; r the Justice Peace hi I*i'riII' .'n-: ,
mill the dollar.
: on ]
t owing
: I Sec. 3. This ordinance shall go next: Wednesday; shortest and quickest ;Panatellas, Anita Ferdandez and Resagoj 3Na & No. 6. Ka E. er __
way out of the country"A 4o U. .e .., Z-
F. Into effect immediately upon its passage i 8ARDWIN & EDWARDS Honest Money Tobacco 6.: o. 10. l'a U 11 ,.. ..,f." ..=- ., :.:
: No.
i by the Council and approved by Test For Sf .leUn. ... Hand Peanuts Iro,14. No. U. .. =M
BA1SDEX BUILDING. Virginia picked
:!. the Mayor.. t Many people hare a genuine curios- .. .- '

;..nl 'i.: Introduced by J. L. White, member Phone' 196.4ioo. ity to know If they would be sea sick Taffy Tolu, the original Chewing Gum i table in dd for the fer t. K. tee #IIt -

"I .' of the City Council and passed by the In case they should: take an ocean voy t DistriCts. Til: Na ....

t City Council this 17th day of September $ age. An easy way to put the matter to 'I 4, Na S. xe I, M I. eetlf l
.
1" 3gNa t ..
Ne.. .,..
r ,- A. D., 1906. The A. J. Roberson Boardinghouse a test Is to stand before the ordinary 4. tot 1reall* ,

i' ; Attest: on Ohio Avenue. Twelve .I some mirror one that move.lt turns In slowly its frame and slightly and let live Oak Brokerage & Com k.::14 J Na5. 1g ,.. ,.. : 3=
; '
-': CHAS. H. BROWN, rooms, hot and cold bath, I at first:,gradually growing faster,while it ..P..
: Prest of City"Council. situated in the heart of the : look at ftectlon.U Whereof, I pave so
yon fixedly your'own r 1
j S. P..MAYS, City Clerk. town. A magniflcient Invest. you feel no effect whatever from it 'Wholesale Grocers, Grain and fta i4 ;at till hand sad amlt4. ].t... IJ ,
...... .
h ::: I, S. P. Mays, City Clerk of the ment for some one. Is pay the chances are that you can stand an Seat.of the state of .. ;

I ':;:' City of Live Oak Florida, do hereby ing 13: per cent gross. The ordinary sea voyage without any Warehouse at old A. C. L. Freight depot.. i&ussee. the Capital "", '" -

t. fl' :t certify that the above and foregoing above price Includes what qualm. list day. of SepteJDkr A. fA .-.. .......-3 _aVV r

1 :,' ordinance was duly and regularly furniture the owner has hi the r4 1

.1 J' .<. parsed by the City Council of the City building. : : : : : : : : : : "Girls! quietly Her Wisdom.called old but eminently iB4 CLAY CRAWrOR a. .
!
;I of Live Oak. Florida, on the 17th Nice Six-room Cottage, closed astute Aunt Broadhead. ARAGON HOT! ,#' '- Secretary el 8t&Mo ] 't

day of September. A, D, '1906, and with bath, that we will of "Ma'am: they replied as they fluttered S. ckenon, Sberttt .* Ili e .

I'z, the same is hereby certified to the fer to some one at a bargain. obedieutyo: bsr. Let Cou tJ..

Mayor for his approval. Easy terms. Call at our office "Always rememjOT, ''!1'1s. that whena AMERICAN PLAN. .1 t "' 1.

e ., Witness my hand and the seal oi i and learn more about this cot man professes have a 'fatherly In- ?hte1iiOA to App11 I 1'....' ..Alii""! ,

\" 01 said City this 17th day of Septem tage.. : : : ,: : : : : : : terest' In yon ha! awn daughters needit JACKSONVILLE, FLOI dant.rt .iw V _
; :. that own father can sufficiently r ten >..... '
your
:: .. g
.her. A. D.1906. Farm, one mile from the city, the 1swe tI _
} ? : supply yau wlt'i it and that Is the Ii sad bf 1\rtue oC flp.ih..t
(- (Seal) containing 320 acres, eighty U4W
'
olJest of all O..lofi save: one In the a. of florida, notice it .
r,' S..P. MAYS City Clerk, acres stumped and in high state world."-PucX: Rates, $2.50 and Upward. Rooms and Prime the udenipe4 U" esFL W..U"4fol ..

Examined, and approved by me thi:s of cultivation; sixty acres $3.00 and sUp. JI 40 hereby a.-A' .... -
i \ and ,..f '"
"
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September 17th, 1906, of good timber; one eight An Experiment. for the ygrpoee
room dwelling barns and all "Where are....nn going :Michael\ soearly" I ,J ** together lilt....
M. E, BROOME incorporated.
Mayor
i necessary outbuildings, tenant Service in the S laming njKrfflak tC ... ff"'''
houses of "Apothecary's; wife got sick lastbht" Cuisine and Unsurpassed will on the Ittk WU ...,.,.. ...
; one pair good aPPty to Nett.
D.. 1906.

mules cane-mill, one and two-horse boiler wagon enough; "Doctor: been there yet{" H. N. O'NEAL. PROPR1ETJA ..B.ward.. Governor of Ito StIlt a"\..-t" rrH'a

; "No. 1 found a prescription: In tt* taiaa. for letters patent iseer- ,
corn and hay to feed the mules street when I was In town and I'... the "Live Oak Brick; ud .. .. .

one year. A bargain for quick going to have that: made up and try I IFliegende It.o- + +CCIC+0+CIC+0i under the "a '
ll1 y Company' fellew'I

:, purchaser. Terms; one-half IHatter.Couflirtiug.. JUST dosed: charter the orU,,"l .* .. .. I...
/ cash, balance one and two ,.-
; i Wood l\c'\.ow oa file U the ft.ee .4t -

years. Interest 8 per cent Actor-I c-m't play\ all three of the cretary of State, for the .*M*\1'1.
WE SELL VACANT LOTS:
,
I parts you have assigned to! me In this Ada.. ,. ,
Railroad Addition Fruitland 3i-4
; a
melodrama. Manager-Why note Ac YY A 2 horse load of R. J. TVW. *- .,
Addition Addition wagon Ii t.
Barton and U
; tor-Eecause In the first act two of About your groceriese .. J. lltlltnea. .
Stephens Addition. : : : : : them engage in a fight and the third 2 18 inch wood for $1.50. 5 '" B.W.A. Ileh* tea, 't'r *- "'"

rushes In and separates them. should be fresh in Leo H*.|*r.tt.Chas. \... ..
Real !Estate: and Investments I i Furnished on Short Notice. ,1 { j .. ..,...
II. Ur *B
>
H'lne feelings without: vigor or reason
not -
No groceries, ;ee s
'. THE PINK OF PERFECTION are in the situation of the extreme i Leave orders atM. L. Burnett&Co.O even F, E. Taw \'s-.' ,....,
i PROFESSIONAL CARDS. feather of a peacock's tall, dragging to goods, are the better for 3o"t." : Walter J. .,roa. .'V 4

1 in soda water is found the mud.-Foster. H. WIMBERLY. 'J. C.1Wa4L go\ .
L.E.ROBEBSON. A. B.SMALL. 2 .0 t\II' G! \, 4
that
BmwT.
P.H.
'e without effort in every I o+a O+O+O+O+O+ a fka Q+O+4' We look after :
OBERSON& SMALL IF IT'S A REPCTATIOXyou I-I"jII. llalttfieft.
T. I
Ot W*"(M' t
glass drawn from our immaculately R b .
;
business carefully, j lbsk
are after, White's Cream Ver i Charter of Tb* Ut
clean foun The Great Headache\ Cure

'_ .. tain. What's your prime ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LAW. mifuge the best has a of world all worm wide destroyers reputationas that our stock w& W ,Pick & Supply Coi p*.,. 1 ....., .

'uuderlipe4 bersb1 aster i U" f.*
favorite in flavors? Have Will do general practice in State and and for its tonic influence oa wca'l: Bromo-Pepsin ... .. .,.
fresh. 'H vas together for U* PIP .1''. hie
Federal Courts.
.; it? Syrups sweet, water : nd untrlfty children. It improves :'m-ng a corporatio* tM 4.r .>.i ."Ira.

I Boons AND 3 [UF-STAIBS]. LEWIN BCILDINO. their digestion and assimilation of "Note the Word Pepsin.." cannot tell yoa.> ...
t. clean, pure and scientifically We | rt et.,' the, State of I .
'PHONE No. 190. their food, strengthens their
nervous t'arMf'I
f. ; carbonated, why FLORIDA. Headache Indigestion j Bawlag proposed : ..p ... '
LIVE OAK. : : llaYe
and
system restores them to what all we .
CURES space ..
Xamt' ot B_to*. .
t t shouldn't our sodas suit health and vigor natural to a child Insomnia, Nervousness :If-

L everybody! L. M. DIXON, If you want a healthy happy child in and see us, or telep : ARTICLE L t '
r
1 On the '** -<
4 Spot.
get a botle of White's Cream Vermi J '" 11. The tame ot tt e fMik ,-

t fuge. your needs. IOI) hall be "Tbe U,e kt tf'l a'
DENTIST. Ho Opiates Absolutely Harmless. r
'
City Pharmac;Y Sold by Siroaanee Drug Co., an\] PHONE 85 i Supply Company." 0. ,<
ill DnggiiU. 10.. 25e, ail Mi t The principal ft*** d e+lrs "
CROWN BRIDGEWORK all -
ORTODONTIA ; : AND : Druggists. .
\ PHONE 73 : SPECIALTIES. for Sal By tf the corporate UaM btu r "
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MAYSBBflFREE .ik.:;. ,City of Live Oak U B*".WKorida .. II teo
WALL PAPER The City Pharmacy "; ; but the grptiraWS .. .-

Just Receive iM.E.. BROOME, When wanting Wall Paper, call 01 t LIVE OAK FLA. DELIYEBY.J ...,rive the right to .s &bS*

4123trwivr. utinypolatwltWaUure tie $4a4 1 _.
lMr >
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. Florida Book Supply Co. =-----
t; of Tfc Bl..** .. fit tel
BAND BOX
THE
at LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA. .. "1

Always a nice in stock.Don't <[ ': 1 WICB 71I Be Transacted \.... ......er
Will practice In all the courts of the SUU. Spec- [
ial attention to Conveyances. Collection : b .
given ARTICLB II
New Fancy Waists, in of Beats,Etc. All business promptly attended Have Your 't. ..\." AS IL I .,
Cart
to. \ 1. The icatrU 6*.*t .. .."
silk lace net and }rf ,.
manse NOTAIT Pnuc STATI AT LAIAK. ass to be traasa l 4f Me, '-- '
ft.'J'i) MANY : .
.
e : veiling. Work Butchered ', ; .= 0* shall be to ---. -i --" IiII\
C.S.B&OWN. F. E.THOMASON \ -eke II
i'r Gooa. an4 maaah tere ;
Reasons
Hats At the Mill! Z; .. -
Ready-to-w buck x' 111
te
BROWN & THOMASON, e e aI ''F1 \1 as f cement: wee >
ladies and childrenfor J tuy and sell "'I 1
for / s14 >au
k
Fall \ 'Y uExpzcteil ( Wads of buU4Htc aMei4, .'

early wear. PHYSICIANS SURGEONS t .maateb, hoouUttj ..... NII'! -

Kid Gloves, elbo,v .i I Elm m bTimber r Gail Mon M MI I \ kwhen why the "little:you the babyfhoatC3.me should watch! '1,U4 to bold to*. W' 11' ...

LIVE OAK.: : : ; FLORIDA. 1' ailments. I -;: otbenrlu.'t_

k length. i I R Little thabagrow to big ,, ntate, to buy uU e.' ..... r
things in the llie. All baby -1 deal-
.
little and v. In all it.. v' ,.. J.. flh
big,
New Muslin Under,- DR. J. W. WEST can averted by keep :- it ia period .
Build under
them
a Guarantee. DR. rScGi E'$ BABY ELIXIR. tr and ch",*. ,.. ,. !l

wear in beautiful de- Physician and Surgeon.Office Have Built Hundreds and I It keeps the stomach and bowel right. Takes *B iba genera trbele.... Ie1. x! M ...-
away from teething tiaa. Hake. LEAN babies W i
am Building more every day. babies rtlo busln-, M 1 I I
!
S signs. : Carroll Building, Ohio Avenue. well. Pleasant take. Good for delicates !' .\ 'M"'1 .. .ef' .e
ot
k dry *.
I Residency Ethel Hotel For Best Prices, Write, 5tQlaor.ch.. 15 ce>t and W cent bottle "t fOUl' ,-, coo4t. !.JM *
11 r..b.. j
ou. :
fhonea.-3 1lee.x..1.Rsaidenee 8. t.:._ j -- ,,- -
W. H. ADKISON

Mrs E. N Lawl(ere )rna Store.Noo.(B&rclay 23 u t 16R.GNotv)lie U.P. l P. o. !hex Ne. 4. TALLAHASSEE,. ftlb LIVE OAK DRUG COMPA1if'p '

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11& ,.-. I : 0' : : .". .. .. .';" ., < ? : ,.. 1.:.. -J ;: .-
-!_. D lrt ( hardware' .and to hue.tTrpower.. aee-.. :-- P--O. '" .' /Ii. >-: -," .. .'.', __ .. "" "" ;,' _" .

esaary''and lnddent -to ''ss; ceneral -' ,,' .....".. --' ... .. :.-
HtJMPR 'fit y wholesale. and retail'basliess. ; to deal .,:.;' .,> >:. ., u4.
In; ,stocks, bonds motes, mortgagesand :
: all evidences of, In lebtedne s.
CLAY Sec.: 2, The corporation shall have MASQUERADE SKATING ;

{ State; of and enjoy all power; rights and prlvlegea -
give of corporations .of this class

under the laws of the State of Florl- ,
: da. To sue and be sued in Its corporate -

capacity;. to contract_ and be
: .County, contracted ,with; to Issue certificates,

next stocks and bonds for the corporation; FRIDAY NIGHT October 5th -
; in Nov.
to deal in judgments and decrees ando ,_
Tues- do all those things not inconsist-

: eat with its charter and not Inconsistent -

_ : with the corporate laws of Doors Open at 7 O'clock : '
Second the said State of Florida. p. m. .
; Florida ;,' 1. .... J :
Capital Stock.ARTICLE : ". -
'" ., : ,
of the .. ,


: i for Section 1. The III.amount of the '. : -'
'f'r capital stock authorized by the corporation -
: o Court shall be Sixteen 'Thousand No one will be admitted on the floor ..

<$16,000)) dollars, divided into One a

: ; ] of Hundred and Sixty Shares of the par unless in costume and masked before
; of value of One Hundred ((1100.00)) dollars l.. '
each. Ten per cent of said capital

: stock shall be paid for in cash, or 9:30: o'clock when all will unmask at i

( collaterals equivalent to cash, before .

; business the corporation, and the balance shall transact of said capital any- sound of gong : :' : : : : : : :
:"
'
t County stock shall be paid in at such :

: time and !i such manner as! the
()
: : and for Board of Directors may require. And
Districts, certificates of stock shall be issuedto

6, No. the respective stock holders upon
[ ] No.- U.f the payment of ten per cent. of the Four Prizes Will Be Awarded1st
f 16 and capital stock by said stock holdersas

represented by shares held by
toll ow- each stock holder so paying. The

o. 1, Ne. form of said certificate shall be pre
; 6, No. 7, scribed by the by-laws of the cor-
: < 12, No. poration.The prize: or Most Graceful Skater f t

K and Term For Which The Corporation -

here- Shall Exist 2nd prize for Prettiest Fancy Costume t3rd

the ARTICLE IV. .

[ Florida, Section 1, The corporation shall
: this exist ,and continue for a period of prize for Most Comcial Costume .

A. D. Ninety-nine years unless sooner dissolved -

: :[t : according to law. 4th prize for Least Graceful Skater .
Officers by Which The Business is to '_ _
: of State. *_ ,
*
Be Transacted.
: of Su-
ARTICLE V.

TWICE'H.: Section 1. The business of the

[ For Let. corporation shall be conducted by and
: under the control and managementof Admission lOc : Skates 15c for evening

laws of 'a Board of five directors, a president !-
i "
: is hereby vice president, secretary
; have as- treasurer and a gen-eral man- -
: associate ager. Provided that theof-

purpose fices of secretary and treasurer may .

( body po- be filled by one and the same person; THE AUDITORIUMPorter F
day of and provided that the number of
: to Hon. directors may be changed from time
the Stat to time by the laws of the corporation 2.

;; incor- : provided that there shall be and Dexter, Proprietors. ;
and at no time less than, three directorsnor

follow- more that five.
; of Sec. 2. All of said directors and -
.... --
office of officers shall be chosen from ameng -
? ; the State the stock holders of the corporationat da, 5 shares. MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS I 16th 17th and 18th Final.

: ;" the annual meetings of the stock A. Lee Humphreys, Lire Oak Flor- -AT- return limit October 36th By ;

holders to be held in the City'of Live ida, 25 shares. .EXTREMELY LOW RATES depositing ticket with Special

Oak Florida, on the first TuesdayIn F. E. Thomason, Lire Oak Florida -VIASouthern Agent Memphis, and paying I
; .. November of each year each stock 5 shares. fee .Of 59!) cents, an extension j
:: holder having as many votes as he : of return limit can be secured
Walter J. Bryson, Live Oak, Flor- Railway :
; has shares paid for in the corporationand until November 30. 1S06.
ida, 10 shares.
: until the next said annual eJection Daily to September 20th, round
I Chas, H. Brown, Live Oak, Flor- FROM JACKSONVILLE
i
_ and until their successors are _.- trip summer: tourist tickets will be ton
ida 25 shares.T. .
.. elected and qualified. The directors $41.70-San Francisco and Los Angeles sale to various resorts. Full information -
shall'bi T;. S. Baisden, of Live Oak, 8. Baisden, Lire Oak Florida, One Way (second class) I schedules, time'table ,
: 'orirfj; C. H. Brown, of Live Oak. 5 shares.J. Tickets on sale daily, Sept 15 etc, will lie furnished promptly, on '

; Live Oak Florida; F. H. Bremer of Live Oak, C. Baisden, Lire Oak, Florida.. to October 31. ," application to >
FloHdai: R. J. Taylor, of Live Oak, 10 sham. Many other attractive ratesFor G. E. HERRING {
.
[ Florida; and A. Lee Humphreys, of R. J. Taylor. further information apply to Fla. Pass. Agent L. & N. K. Rot t

associate Live Oak, Florida; and until the next W. J. HillBun. J. Ii:. McCALL, No. 118 W. Lay St., '
purpose annual election and until their successors B. W. Helvenstoa. City Passenger and Ticket Agent. JACKSONVILLE: FLA, .: { r

the are elected and qualified. T. JAMES FREEMAN, I _
under S. Baisden, of Live Oak Florida, A. Lee Humphreys. District Passenger Agent The Woman's Club. ''s
.
: shall be B. W. Helvenston, Chas II. Browm.
> president; 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.. The first regular meeting of The ;
] of Live Oak Florida, shall be vice- F. E. Thomason. Phone 743. Woman's Club will be held at the _
president; A. Lee Humphreys, of Live Walter J. '
\ ? the cor- Oak, Florida, shall be secretary and Bryaou. LOW ROUND TRIP RATES residence of Mrs. C. B. Farrell, Sat- ;;
Oak treasurer and F. H. Bremer of Live J. C. Baisden. "I urday, October 6, at three o'clock
I Oak, Florida, general manager. The }'. H. Bremer.T. a. 11. p.m.
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R.
I > place of duties of the said officers and directors S. Bairiea. The Executive Board meeting will t
shall be shall be prescribed by the bylawsof STATE OF FLORIDA The Louisville & Nashville Railroad be held at 2:30 p. m. .sharp, and a
$ the corporation.Limit will sell round-trip tickets from meeting of the Social, Musical and
:
; of Indebtedness. fluwannee County. Jacksonville to points shown on dates Philanthropic Committees at 2:45p.
: i establish Before me personally came F. H. indicated. Proportionately low rates m. { -I ,

the State ARTICLE VI. Bremer, R. J. Taylor W. Hillman, from other points: It is very important that each mem- x ,

Section 1. The highest amount B. W. Helvenston A. Lee Humphreys. 'S2.2O-DaUas, Texas, and return. ber of the Club to be present. I
i : : ", to of Indebtedness or liability to which Tickets sold October 6th and MRS. WILLIAM F. WASDIN r
F. E. Thomason, Walter J. Bryson 1 r
at time sub- Corr. Secretary
the corporation may any 7th. Final return limit 21
Chas. H. Brown and T. S. Baisden,
A3 ject itself shall not exceed twice the days from date of sale.
j TICLB to me all well known, and known to
II. amount of the capital stock of the A Young Mother at 70.
MANY :<-1i 8. general nature ol! me to be the persons described in, $32.80-Buffalo, N. Y., and return.
corporation. mother has suddenly been
$ Tickets sold October 10th, "My
:b and who subscribed to and executedthe
e transacted
by the Namee and Residences of the Subscribing '
!boa Rco.sonsP '' ''.an, ,\ be' to buy. sell, Incorporators and the foregoing articles for proposed 11th and 12th. Final return made young at 70. Twenty years of ,
:'aad uial1l1facture Ford charter for "The Live Oak Brick A limit, leaving Buffalo October Intense suffering from dyspepsia had i
al]1 Number of Shares Subscribed
: Supply Company" and who severally 19th 1906. her until six months
Cement, stone and By Each. entirely disabled fig
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&lAjttctei\ :? sen and oARTICLE VII. acknowledge before me that they ex- $10.60-New Orleans, La., and re ago, when she began taking Electric w

............&1&1.f" ot'liuuding|! material, Section .1. The names, places of 'ecuted the same for tke use and pur- _turn. Tickets on sale Oct- Bitters, which have completely cured
... .....lv! hatch .', household furniture,, residence and the amount of capital! poses therein expressed.In ober 12th to 16th, inclusive. her and restored the strength and -
.'l4ti..... : .. Mtmut'r. . :''t4 r Old;'bay 'lIeU o r stock of the subscribing Incorporators witness whereof, I have hereunto Final return:: limit October 30, activity she had in the prime of life"

jye.1.1:='.luf afls2esf: >,1o '. ,so engage in and are as follows, to wit: set my hand and official seal in 1906. By depositing ticket writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick of
: :: .a" AU bAhT xis ,:'to buy and Oak Florida, Live Oak, Suwannee County, Florida, with Special Agent New Orleans Danforth, Me. Greatest restorative
: It fa perfect lhealtd sell and F. H. Bremer Live ,
:.., aurr ; .. } --'o 'all'kinds of per 20 shares.R. this 17th day of September A. D.,I and paying fee of 50c, medicine on the.globe. Sets Stomach,
&. 7c'sk aU the ; and 1906. an extension, of return. limit Liver and Kidneys right, purifies the
.. s < ,; chattels to en J. Taylor Live Oak, Florida, I
... L&.AJIf. bablee tat and .... Wholesale (Seal) J. F. HARRELL, can be secured until November blood, and cures Malaria, Biliousnessand
.... ,,1-, and r e45 shares.
.. & 4 $ tae delicate wom _s' ; t : itteae, to Oak Florida, Notary Public. 30, 1906.$17.63McmjIiis Weakness. Wonderful Nerve -
... teals as your CU'UIJ. !' buy anc&T W. J. Hillman, Live "
: _foods, groceries' 10 shares. My commission expires July 13th TennM and return. Tonic. Price 50c. Guaranteed by
4 furniture -ancft" B. W. Helvenston Live Oak F orli' 1117. Tickets gold October 15th, Barclay & Groover Drug Store. '
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t. .. all: use the'word;:" ulJi 4f1 toofrequently. I farming are all that is necessary., < : > : : :-- ,_. .. '- "' t... W'fIrIJ'Jad.

s': 'UBW1p.D: 'EVEBT: :AFTERNOONSUNDAY. It fs'ft.big w: rd.-;'an awful ---'-:-- 0' O W'-; ,I'N'fi'jc U : t.- k< .. ,'
Y + Physicians tell as ,that; giants are { <-
means destruction ,
i ryx Excm word. It total "' t= --
r seldom men of ,robust health: the f'l'
tr and events' in this world very rarely !
. i.. :;% J. F,, SHERWOOD, ,Editor and Mgr. Justify ns in employing It. And yet heart or other organ being too often.only -WAY DOWX port ;THE SWttftK. ... et
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'and inadequate '
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of the size
we are always using it to describeour average Mineral Hotel ""
i THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COHPAHY to nourish so great a frame. Springs and tiM'. .
condition after every accident or : .
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disaster or miscarriage of our plans. HOT ANn COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED* GOOD TABLE. QQ- ,?..:-. Htlf.- '
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Entered at the post-office, Live with Mr. H. C._ Thurston, of Mount ROOM. BOWLING ALLEYS. at., .JOIt
The farmer says he's ruined because WATER IN EVERY BILLIARD TASUt.: -r: ;, 1 M :.."
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Oak, Florida as Second Class Mail he's had too much rain or dry weather Vernon, Tex., seven feet seven inches PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STA3LES SHADY PiRATES :' St '.l < ihtl ea 'Pt

1905. in height who served as a soldier in :"', .- _
Matter November 7
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and his crops, don't turn out as REASONABLE KSSSS : : :--:: fA.klt...... t'..,.... :.
the Civil War and has Just retired + }o!$.- I e' '
well as he had hoped, but he's plant-j I -- '***** -I .
':HE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be from an arduous career In the show .
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ing and plowing and gathering his I I <
r of the United business. Being a"Texas product, he PARK\ HOTEL DOVUNG \ fULive
mailed to any part crops at a very lively rate next sea- ADDRESS ..:- :-upftoa> r. a ". ,
t stamina well as size.- : C&
States postage prepaid for $5.00per possesses as
son for a "ruined" man. The merch- i. .

;,. year; (2.50 for six months: ant says he's ruined because trade is St. Louis Republic.The :orn1n> 'i ..... :
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I : $1.25 for three months or bad, but this total wreck is found doing ,;: ,-- cost .tli t frt.b .'

f .:" 50 tents for five weeks, in advance. business at the same old stand Republicans always seekingto Oak :: :\ et actual t\u ttRt
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( the nomination of the big MTg ( \ '
prevent
Delivered to any part ot tbe city next year. A fire comes along and r1Japnan.
,:' 1 I Nebraskan have been tooting it loud :
by carrier for 10 cents'per week. :
eats up house and contents not in- f;; In- .rcoo4a ., '" ; !W- }
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'I that and Folk the Democratic .
Bryan two gstus :
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sured for their full value and its
:Manufacturers > $
ofLumber :! .
t I. stars of the first magnitude, r HaY JJ1, & N
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. victim is willing to fight you righton .:t. v .
like and I out with each ti
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"Betsy were, -
thb spot if you venture to question Ice
V Shingles Electric tit Jftt
ic' For Member of jai 2nd CongreasiSnal the truth of his statement that he's other, didn't speak'as they passed by t'J'ISH-Delivert4 ..d" t

:, FRANK of Columbia. "a ruined Winds and all that sort of stuff. But it was ', 'Ceo. Zander*.
CLARK man. and rains tit t' f te
fiction. other night Power and Turpentine*
campaign
The
c" knock things about and do a big lot
F SH4"J. It<
Gardea
For Justice of the Supreme Court; when Mr. Bryan faced twenty thou- apPte"onS*
: : 'CHAS. B. PARKHILL.6t Escambi of damage, but the people damaged 1 Z( prom --
JAMES B.WHITFIELD. of Leon. despise that tame little word and In- sand enthusiastic people in Kansas Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished f A Mi at Mays Bros.

)..' sist that it is Ruin City to address them he was introduced Business Houses at reasonable rate. Hedzfil o __ .
"i :,'.-'', For Railroad Commissioner Ruin Ruin although to his audience by Governor or a very Lttw; children. poet 1\ I>> --

I, t. ': NEWTON A, BUTCH of Levy. they are in as good health for lI&J-L kWa4 *-*
; and night current- manufacturing dip
day
} $ .. Folk himself in terms of cordial eu purposes. 1j t Helvensto
'j": R. HUDSON BURS of Dade. and strength as ever and the, best ? .... ,
j 3: For Member House of Representative: part of their working capital hasn'! logy. It is really not good general- Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have Relt&arut ... Nt f. t
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for the to the the CUy .
begin
ship Republicans
,: W. R- DORMAN. been touched. The recent hurricane filled. 5c, at
tion and all orders promptly tbt .
I :1 restaurant
: W.H..McCLELLAN. manufacture of campaign lies so ear- : ib, white
tore the fringe off of Mobile and s y .
1 .* ly. There is too much time to disprove ....-w"
+ Tax Asaeupe.
For Pensacola and at once the 'news- t:
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.. : them between now and 98.
A. D. HEMMING.
headlines tell that both
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".",'-, Fur Tax Collector: cities are ruined although as a mat- _
<\1' > \ The St. Louis Globe-Democrat is "F' in the city yesterday b+|.. fed e--
J. N,
MEEES were
; --: :.__. ter of fact they are as strong and ,
red-hot for the annexation of Cubaas LIVE OAK WC"
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For County Treasurer intact in body as ever and, the devastation iJU
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is ;: a State in the Union, and says that f w* *** *-
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4-. G. B. LORD.i can be repaired .in a 'few
'" i the States raised a4aa *H4 rro ***' -
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flag just ielYellStonUatmau'
c r f. For Member of School Board months. This evil and ugly word"ruin" '|:
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:1 over the palace in Havana will never PUBLISHING .SO cents to $1.00 oa :a..H ..
: M. AvADAMln. : should be tabooed. As a gen-
:; hauled down. "The farce and **
; M. CARVER. be .,
f eral rule, in current use, it is eithera -
't.: E. R WISE. folly of Cuban independence can .
ridiculous lie or a gross exaggeration w- .
.i' For Member Board County Commissioners: and it breeds pessimism despair never again be perpetrated," says 4 : COMP" Rowland, a successful farmer 4""
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2tj: ; M. L. BURNETT.J. the Globe-Democrat, and yet this fcfcjland was la t*# ... irte.grday. -
t Ii' ; a DAVIS. and idleness. It is no word for a .. .............. r*
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9 j : same paper perfectly willing that -
t '- J. H. GRANT. manly man who has health and i
:" : those Southern States in which the K MM,
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: t.'-.' J,J. DEMPSEY. like this no matter what disaster negroes are in a majority shall be t lark, of Ormond, was la ttaUrday

:J: ff turned over to the government of afternoon and r fUl*** JW4'>ej4
r. ,<., : has come upon him, and the world Is .
ti.. The Dr. Crlll boom for governor full of inspiring example all aroundus that majority and their white Book News an< t i :Ethel. M a.

1; citizens kept permanently under such .. tu4 e..- .
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j 22-f;' : is showing symptom of strong vital- of success plucked from failure,
loathsome and intolerable dominion. returned fcM. *. .. .,..
1:. lf. ity. The Jacksonville Floridian and to put to shame the others who seem ry Taylor E ?byy ee
>' The Cuban negroes mongrels and from a pleasant vl lt to r** t......
ii ;: the Gainesville Sun two, strong papers to exult in declaring that they are Commercial :J

''l 'j4/f/<'' are ',in tbehind it and they evidently "ruined" every time they trip or fall whites, owning a country of, their at Luravtlle. .

tI1' r 'mean business. down in the race of life. There aremen own, independent of ours must be ,. I- ---- i, "

in the South who swore that robbed of that, Independence and for- [,:.Steadman, of Ellwood 0Hfru "r r(11wa'3(

t-;1 i It Is an ominous fact that yellow they were ruined' at the close of the cibly annexed because Cuban independence among those registered MSel .. Fit' s..-

\ : ,fever has made Its appearance in civil war because they had lost a few is "a farce and a folly but PrintersNo yesterday \ tv... p

I Havana and is beginning to spread head of stock and a "bunch of nig- Southern negroes' are. quite fit to J; I'- 'at ear

govern Southern States to the entire B. Small of Lab ....
just as our troops are reaching Cuban gers, and although they might have Ii :

shores. '''There is no frost in the made good their ,losses dozen times exclusion of' the whites where such -- ... asking after legal mattes to !i t-,.. ua. 0& '

Island to stay the progress of the over since then by well-directed en- negroes are In a numerical majority tot yestefday. : L'" H I tit

disease and Yellow Jack adds a new ergy, they are still "on their uppers"and is the position of the St.' Louis paper. Job too large and none too small.f for r;If; r: n.... .

and alarming factor to the problem will be' to the end. The fatal The editor of the Globe-Democrat is ,Williams, one of the aoM s .! II H_

Mr. Roosevelt has set out to solve, word "ruin" was in their mouths and a malignant type of the most degraded to handle. Everything in the Prinlisffline :I1&- of the O'Briea' section **4 ;. n!. ryee:.
breed of in his attitude I i
they chewed it like opium to nar- negrophiles Oak this morning.

There is a large and increasing demand cotize their energies- and take the toward the South but a rabid comes within our limit : I- -- Ma ....

in London, and in less degreein sharp edge off their troubles. If the advocate of ,a white man's govern- rs' darner, the well knows tit* h .... !II

New York for tanned rattlesnake redemption and up-building of the ment, when it comes to Cuba.A r.1 W, was in the city yet- .aw it ",
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MAIL ORDER ]
skins for use among the fashionables. South had been left to weaklings like PRIM tiling on his cnstomera. *N .

Here is another these the evils Low-down Trick.It .
,, opportunity for the of reconstruction con- tcra -
people of Florida is said that ia man in a neigh- 'Harper at the Grover utMti
to diversify their ditions might still be upon us.and ,

: crops. We are "long" on rattlers the white man's supremacy in. the boring town recently resorted to the .1 Commissioner! from hb..*. 1 Pt-

yy': and now that a profitabl -'market has States that made up the Confederacy meanest trick on record to get his OUR STOCK of Bond, Linen and Rag papers if* ini{&the city this morull&I k'"

: been found for their pelts, why might not exist today. Let us wife to dig up the garden. He went the largest carried in Florida, and with jj? '. --- ...

i should not an industry be organized cut out "ruined" from our vocabulary out with a spade and a hoe. and after equipped modern Printing Plant, new type, and art's r.i Moore Jr., of Nagile. r'*tIM ...}.,
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.. for the destruction of these reptiles and not insist that we are down searching around for awhile he printers we can furnish with Stationery as cEo?, ajin.the city yesterday...*" ... t-., ..
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', for the sake of their skins? In that and out for good every time we get went to the house to wash off a dime W (iiisi was a guest at the Ts4bs4.Kz .
and Back to and prompt any establishment in the South. A,
a quarter. the gardenhe !
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way we kill two snakes with one knocked over when we are perfectlyable

i stone-get rid of an undesirable pro- to "come to the scratch again." went whistling "The Good Old will convince 'I| !$ }Ira. .J, L. Lee went deft % ..w

duct. and, get money for its hide. Summer Time." Presently he came SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES FURNISIIEDONAPPLICATi4 F White today where Col. U* .hi tk*

I It has been noticed that the Su- back again. This time he showed i ;eae land, matters to look affcf. Uilkf ..
another and remarked that
The Pensacola News though bad- wannee county farmers this year who quarter 'f >.diJ

{ ly damaged by the storm came out bring their cotton to town to be .gin he could afford to take a nap; he _:, lad, tried friends Of tv", .... i'

:. in reduced form after a delay of a ned take it home with them afterwards had made enough for one day, any- DeWltt's Little Early RlMn. "4""

few hours, full of good matter about as a rule, to hold it until the how. When he awokehis- wife LIVE OAK PUBLISHINGLIVE llla Sold by City Pharmitf.M. .'

the great disaster. Its building was price suits them. A large proportionof had the whole lot dug up. She had- i 1 J t' >

f unroofed and the interior flooded and them didn't do that in former n't found a cent.-Dallas (Ga.) New 2AGREEMENT .Jenkins! one of the moat. ( ,,ayi .

the ioss to the owners of the paper years, for there was a mortgage on Era. OAK, FLORIDA *.,J tamers: in Suwannee eouftir rlt''1t 1..

E must be considerable. The craft the cotton held by some merchant Blood Poisoning .visitor to Live Oak Jelt-erd&J. vary" a..

throughout Florida will warmly who had furnished supplies to that I results from chronic constipation ,) .....,..

sympathize with the News people in farmer and when the stuff! got to ,jwtich is quickly cured by Dr. King's "oS 1shop. a prominent buakreet, a.ail4ua It h

their distress, even while fully con- town that merchant took possessionof .
Xew Life Pills. They remove all thereof, ) was In the city >.*
vinced that the will soon come it. If there was anything left over REACHED or fractional part
paper 'I which is quickly cured by Dr. King'sinfuse tle.t.;; .L-14oking after some buI&.M ClM't.

again as, bid and strong as ever. As after the mortgage was discharged, new life and vigor; cure sour the first sixty days, per .. rfc ..1>

: the Democrat has before remarked the farmer got it; if not, he pocketed I( stomach nausla, headache, dizziness Between the Lumbermen and Rail cent.LumberWharage,1nclage l y I -- .... t_

i the people of Pensacola have a rightto hisAoss, and went home thinking that I and colic, without griping or dis- road Representatives in Regardto 5 t :'S It Powers are making a meal sC

feel proud of their two admirable the whole scheme of things was i comfort. 25c. Guaranteed by Barclay Wharfage Charges. for not exceeding _.r ( Red Band Brand Can* geatt+w

dallies whose splendid pluck was wrong in this world. Our farmers are & Grover Druggists. Tallahassee Oct. 3.After confer- handling at owner'sthousand expel'a' 13 cents: Per
1. pound.
board mea Nothing ....."
never shown to better advantage than probably in better shape now than I ence lasting all yesterday morning, feet, .

since the storm. they have been since the civil war Speaking at the Court HOUM lumbermen and representatives of cents. -
addide5 Jb
t and while of them the Storage, each -j.
some perhaps plod railroads reached Rehlater
Governor X. B. Broward and other an amicable ad- b awas prominent aiW4AtR.. '
feet
,Let us all go out to night and hear along under the old system that distinguished speakers will addressthe justment of the wharfage rates with- days, per thousand fl.. v r1en.. in Live Oaahaking \ tkto MM/

Governor Broward at the courthouseon keeps the farmer's smokehouse in citizens of Live Oak and Suwannee out the matter coming before the ure' 25 cents. prominent [ lands with M. fier Rr4r'1lt
town and a mortgage on his crop in Railroad Commission A large party of '" Uds.
the Everglades drainage proposi county at the courthouse Wednesday today. The ard .

tion. No man in the State is more the merchant's safe that bad system night, October 3, at 7:30 p. hearing was set for ten o'clock., At men and railroad men rat Kai i to

thoroughly familiar with that question is on its last legs and a few years m., on the important issues of the nine o'clock a conference; was held Tallahassee in a private -- Fell, Who U In the ter -

than he is. He has made a hence will exist only as a rare ex- day. Everybody invited. Don't for- and when the hour set for the hearing night, returning Tuesday Rane1"J :: business at MeAl ID. WM M... -

specialty of it and has organized a ception to the general rule. A farm- get the date, Wednesday, October 3, arrived both the lumbermen and Hon. George P.Hartrlde' # yesterday and this serer !

campaign in its behalf which only a ing class out of debt living for the at 7:30 p. m., at the courthouse.Dissolution. the representatives of the railroads L'Engle, John E. rai I 3slBeas. tit iffyX11,4,

remarkably strong and forceful man most part on home-raised supplies, requested that the hearing be delayed Kay represented the t.--'

could have done. Governor Broward and able to hold its money crop untilit pending the outcome of the con- J. M. Barrs the lumberJlldtUl1, S" *"**- from ..' "
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has an interesting personality. He is chooses to sell, is the indispensablebasis ference.At The Railroad Comma "' i'' *ad Surnracf sa J.
The copartnership heretofore to pr'being T get a chance at the ,
existing rule "
a big man in more ways than one, ot a prosperous commonwealth, twelve o'clock it was announcedthat bably adopt a band
between E. W co1 | PAinted chiaa.
C. Humphreys and without Yw
and we are getting on that basis very amicable changed ,
and while many of us differ with him an adjustment had tacky
as to the expediency of draining the rapidly here in Suwannee county. If A. L. Humphreys under the firm been reached and the Railroad Com- cording to notice recentl1- .; -one_ th*
name, of Florida Novelty Works is 1iJIt ...... '
Everglades in the way he proposes, they are doing as well in other coun- missioners were requested to withdraw J. M. Adams, of the LUra, )j **
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this day dissolved, A. L. Humphreys and Typewrit. ..
in old State and> Ml '
even his enemies admit that. he is ties Florida our good the notice of hearing.The tion, one of the oldest ","* .
? than
retiring. C. E. Humphreys will a e-rbw.., 7
will be rich and fat few con- tr at
for his so a years following '
making a magnificent fight rates were acceptedas i ly respected citizens j *J labor. '
admit that ,hence that our farmers will all have tinue the business assuming all liabilities a ette' Our fMU-ifW, *-
cause and some of them compromise by the lumbermen: county, was in the F th1a w-1 i
bank accounts and be in the marketto and collecting accounts.C. -: the week. w )oe area- .
he is gaining ground. It will be an I Crossties Wharfage, includingnot a few hours. He report -'c !:
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hour well spent to hear him tonighton lend money and seek investments.And E. HUMPHREYS.A. over sixty days storage, handlingat of his section geaertW p tf" | _:\1 X1' sad ** f"
there isn't in the L. HUMPHREYS. tb 5> Year. II 'a"
a good reason
a large public question, which he owner's expense, per tie one cent. but says the cotton. crop ,
hoe mastered as few others have. 1 world why they shouldn't. Getting. I September 21, 1906. Storage, each additional thirty days where is short." -: College tad iheti- !I re. .
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r t W J< 0" Bishop! ,Jr.,:"of. Auclila, wasa :A EDedal train.passed through Live ."
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,k3A T x visitor ,to.Jove. pak.yesterday, and Oak yesterday afternoon over. the Seaboard -. 1. t :
LINO sp-ent:.several hours herelooking enroute
JacksonylUe
: It For STOVES,or -PLltEj
You after f business- affairs carried the railroad officials who had WO'O'D :

,i been to Jacksonville to Interview the Anyle'n h from 14 inches.to' 'feet --r =x
** MM W1M nrsuwMNCE, ar'; I J "-':.:' .,' CWet Mrs. B. D. ,Caswell and children Railroad Commission about wharfage 4 {
went down to Alachna today where rates on timber. _
[Springs Hotel' and:'= J t fa Liifl OalHelvenston they will spend a few days visiting ---------Will deliver in any part of Live0alr' = --=' Y

relatives and friends.J. There will be
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a very beautiful and
t\NI&JWU' :
GOOOTABLE :. ..,.
._ .et..ALLEYS. BILLIARD TAB COOo. ;' ; iatat Interesting service at the Episcopal t ;_ _

tUI"W PEO 8TABLCS. ,SHiVTtviL-'" H. Gamble returned yesterday church this evening at 7:30: 5, m. McADOO & BAISBEN _
from a couple of weeks' visit to his Bishop Weed
IOHAIlE n MILES FROM LIVE : will preach and will be
d GVLF. OAKpV'; r" ,, Helvenftame brother In Ga. (BUTLER BROTHERS) '
?q- '- CO:4UCnOM AT Dyp.. Fargo, He reports assisted by about a dozen clergymen.This .
having had a delightful time. Is an opportunity few people
HGtfl. DOWblNG PHone No. 197
PftRK, fLORJDftt have in a life time. .
who .
np from Pea- W, A. has charge of

the Dowling store at the Park, has Miss M. V. Edwards is opening her .
I ,
been spending a couple of days in line of fall and winter hats, and they -

Oak M'f'gTIMtnufaeturers atactnal cost atyanlan Live Oak with his many friends. are splendid and magnificent creations t
: I of the millinery art. She wants

What does it cost to break up a every lady in Live Oak to call at her Waterman Fountain Pens

iy dress goods of spell of chills and fever? Twenty store and see them. Go early before >

of er. .guy ia's. five cents for a bottle of Fletcher's they are all picked over. Gillette Razors and Blades E1

\f; 66, For sale by City Pharmacy. )
Shingles Ice
[ Electric ;.Delivered at your LOST-Between Methodist church Kodaks, Brownie Cameras ,

; ZaadEtrs.of Suwannee Bakery has opened in and residence of Col. L. E. Robersonlast

pwer and Turpentine.'r?1 the C.' T, McDaniel store oppositethe Sunday an old gold pin with Huyler's Candies

puist Garden Seed court house. Fresh cakes and emerald center shape of shield and gj

[ .ft SJ>nft; of the city furnished fora [it toys pros tf bread daily.-Suwannee Bakery. initials ",.. M. R." on back. Finder Victor Talking Machine and Records

.. M i wy reasonable rate Electric ;-! I I please return to Democrat office and /
stfor fifes children's shoes at "Dick" Mays one of the most i receive reward. )

manufacturing purposes.r ",HelTeasionj*; Hayman. popular traveling men In the State, ,
.., WANTED-Some men un-
ftt2 fct-wt of City orders ."\ ', Live Oak this young i
have s :";""'- was In morning looking married to travel in crews and can wannee Dmg Company
: d! City Restaurant after the wants of his
fa D foa t1i Allfd. r e customers. vase country and town on small.salary

... 1 T restaurant, in the or good commission. Splendid .
Beautiful plaid silks In all colorson
for
opportunity a hustler experiencenot .
display In Miss M y. Edwards' necessary. Apply at the Viola
W, Morgan, of window. Don't fail
to see them, they House. U. S. Livingston. tf
i ft the city yesterday have just arrived and are beautiful.We .
li OAK
Information has been received in : :

a are making 10,000 to 20,000 Live Oak of the shooting of Dr. Edgar
'- tonl& Hayman's and shingles per day, Can fill large or Bothwell at Mayo yesterday morning.

PUBLISHINGY c!'to f 1.00 on each small orders promptly. See our pri We have been able to learn none of

ces. Live Oak Mfg. Co. the particulars" other than that Dr. SUWANNEE BAKERY :

Bothwell was badly wounded in the
--COMP p N ,a :, a successful farmer WANTED-100 laborers to. work cheek. He is a brother of Dr. T. W. _
1 section was, in the on new system of waterworks at
";. ." ., Bothwell, of Wellborn. Bread Cake Pies Etc.
.h Palatka Fla. John H. McKenzie's ,
t
Sons. 2-6t Kodol For Dyspepsia contains the
x ,of Ormond, was in the I digestive juices of a healthy stomach Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a

k News Afternoon and register- Red Band Brand Bon Boos are i and will put stomach in shapeto r
F your Store
At the old Racket in front of
an I Specialty.
| just ,as fine as any bon bons to be I perform its important function of ,

had -anywhe-re, and the-yare much supplying the body and brain with the Court House. Clegg and Knowles Props. '
returned this ,
If.Taylor cheaper at Surrency & Powers, Try strength building blood. Digest .

lommercialPrinters 'a' pleasant visit to. re- them. what you eat relieves Indigestion.Sold .
ville.
K by City Pharmacy. 0 m 0
MW Ti R. L. Eaton one of the most popular -

i of Ellwood City, railroad men In the State was in HELP WANTED-White families
-
bg those registered at the city yesterday. Bob has lots of for mill work. Skill easily acquiredby I

rdayr friends in Live Oak who are always green hands. The work is light, /Q/. i. IL. _

glad to see him. pleasant and pays high wages. Pay /
9. Small, of Lake City,,
.
-ti--' in cash every Saturday at 12 o'clock. _
T1Tl suer legal matters in For backache and rheumatism use Work suitable for every memberof s

ay;. DeWitt's Kidney and ladder Pills. the family. Free day and night 1 MILLIN E' /
l el
ttffe Md too
none small for ... .
Cleanse and purify the blood. A schools. Apply to or write Atlantic I' NI
am,; one of the solid week's treatment for 25c. Sold by /
& Gulf Mills, Quitman. Ga. dwtf
voiding in (the Printing it; : tee: O'Brien section, was City Pharmacy. *

tht morning Hon. Napolean B. Broward Governor 9
CUK ,within limit !. New Goods Stylish and Tasty!
our ;%\ Mrs. Burton whose husband recently of Florida, was in the city this ,

: r, the well known tra- died at the Park, left this after- morning for a short time. Governor /

IWWJY Of MAIL ORDER PRIHTIM kM In the city yesterVw noon for her former home in Georgia.We Broward is still making'an active V .
? Ui I in the interest of the drain '
customers. canvass
to know that she has
*, are glad THE BON TON
'" -
amendment. is determined
He
been entirely restored to health.A. age IVJ '
.
fter"of, the Grover section campaigner untiring In any cause he ,

'It "lJood. Unen and Rag papers is oneltwrfed -M i&aItttt loner from his dis- Froschen of TitusvIlle, was in espouses. He will speak In Perry / will,as never beforetry to show up ,
1 dty this morning. and Mayo before returning here Wed V
& in Florida, and with welj:' ,"'-. the city this morning looking after nesday. '7)) the Prevailing Fashions this Season -
'''1, some matters connected with some
hinting Plant, new type, and artistic?f. ,_ :- Jr., of Nashville, 1
(
real estate he owns in this coup. y. therefore the Ladies invit-
W. E. Tison in from are
came yesterday
farakh ,
*3 city
with cheap a the(
too Stationery as ;; It yesterday after- He returned to Tltusville this morn-

ttUUUhraent in the South. A trlahiU ti: "'i; x*::guest at the Ethel. ing. High holding Springs a position, where with he the has Post been office IM' ed to call-Too early to list goods, '' )

convince MIN 7 } L, Lee went down Drug Store. He has accepted a '/I but look for future notices : : : !
A cold is much easily cured ,
more
t I1 TIM fl'ILXIsii El)ON APPLICATION today{where Col. Lee position at the Park' and was on
a when the bowels are open. Kennedy'sLaxative there. He Is a son of Hon.
k
matters hisyway\ for the Children!
to look after. the School Bags
and Tar
i1MK 1.. .. Honey opens and Mrs. W. A: Tison and bone /i a
bowels and drives the cold out of the
of her Suwannee countyis
bled young men .
,
friends of the system in young or old. Sold by City proud of. He is a hard worker and ii .
fl Little Early Risers. *
) PUBLISHING CO i Pharmacy. is making a success in life. \i
>aid .
'i -

J. J. Platt, of Lancaster, Suwannee Governor N. B. Broward J will ad- Mrs. Q W. Bache |

: OAK, flORIDA county's member of the State Democratic dress the citizens of Live Oak and
Ma
Suwannee county, I
F Executive Committee, and all vicinity on the subject of "Drainage .. .
=.vs,..Oak yesterday. 'round good fellow, was in the city of the Everglades" at the courthousethis 7Jh' ", ",

'" yesterday shaking hands with his evening, 3rd inst., at 7:30
prominent business
many friends. o'clock. All are cordially invited to
111E)1Lf I or fractional part thereof toll! ....,.";was la the city yes-
attend. This is a subject of great -
Ut first sixty days, per tie )MWttt c", '. "',-.liter> some business Curtis Grubb, Jr., the popular importance to the people of Flor-

.. -4. R.Q. i" clerk of the Suwannee Hardware Co., ida. Come out and hear him. Ladiesare THE' ORIGINAL tN4hv x
s .. 1Iraa.. !.umber-\Vbarage, includl for Rich-
left
sixtyatt. bntcs yesterday afternoon especially invited. The idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on '
"pa, I IIJI for not exceeding we making a mond, Va., where he will spend his ( S:
the bowels and thus assist in expelling colds from
4'Band
Ct; f.kandllnc' at owner's expense.jlkouund ? Brand Can- vacation. Wehope he will have a The Suwannt'essoelatlon.. ,
the is and '
system new original in Kennedy'sLaxative "
-
!-
t;;, -.sa. 1 feet board meA .' Per pound. Nothing delightful time.J. (C. A. Ridley.) Honey and Tar. Nearly all other cough '
hilL The Suwannee Baptist Association, I
-t:4a.. N "tlil ?
I cures are constipating,especially those contain-
I w. a. Storage, each, additional :1 B. Hawkins of Pinemount was which is composed of about twenty- Opiates. Laxative and
Kennedy's
ing Honey
'k'- days per thousand feet board f a prominent merch- in the city this morning. We understand five churches, meets in our city on Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates.LAXATIVE wz ,
If.. IS cents. -! 'a Live Oak this *
tbM j jA that he contemplates leavingfor October 12th, at the Baptist church.
\okI 1M I large party of prominent 1 JJ;, :kinds with his South Florida in a few days There will be delegates here from r

i t .:at At' Idea tad railroad men a rrl -s where he has a contract to haul sev every section of the county, and the
_.g ...., i Tallahassee In a private car JWJftijkt eral large crops of oranges. meeting will last three days and A certain safe and harmless remedy for L i

{ (k fir. ( returning Tuesday J.4[ ;-who Is la the tie nights. It will be well for our people all Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough

and Hon. George P. Raney, '4 q at cAlpin, was Miss Alice Willard who has beenin to take due notice of this meeting La Grippe. Bronchitis Influenza andxall Lung HONEY +

.. tali L'E II 1 e. John E. Hartrldge WdM -PI J v; ay and this morn- the city for several weeks, the and get ready to handle it. No half and Bronchial affections. Mothers praise the 2 Lchildren's
railroadI. favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey
; b. 43I-! Kay represented the '1 guest of her sister Mrs. J. M. Bar dozen families can care for the people ,
4 It tb4 M t Darn the lumbermen- J clay left this morning for her homein who will be here from a distance. and Tar AND .

The Railroad Commission irt I*J from Surrency Jacksonville. Her many friends Remember that it is less than two COUGH SYRUP T R :

"kMa" ably adopt a rule to preY COn Seti k.chance at the here regretted to see her leave. weeks off.LOST .

::.- tj* !' kill changed without Its meted china. You Prepared at the Laboratory of X. C. DeWITT A CO., CHICAGO, v. 8. A.
., .. recently seati *
-- ...-._ leordlag to notice r Don't forget the addresses of Gov HEIR-One Emanuel Reis "'IHB UD CtOTZB BLOSSOM ASD THS HOBBY JIB IS 05 BTB2T BOTttl.

.. wh .1, 9 11. Adams the LuraviBe. ernor Broward and other prominent t who came to this country at the age Sold Pharmacy.
1101, ont of the oldest and o .and TypewritP speakers at the courthouse tonight, of twenty in 18S6. and who was last by City

tq.. ..$.4 11 rwpwted citizens In Subtoraty \rdaJ rAa: clerkship, at 7:30 on the drainage amendment.The heard from as inspector for the old -

.: was In the city yeste t r Our J30 of- people,should have a thoroughunderstanding Florida Railway probably the- present -l r h
31 tld4tg a l.w boors. He reports the ros' ek.: if you be- of this issue so that S. A. L. Railway in the year oss&ssass&s&ssi sssz szszszszszszsszsz;!'

"' !!.... *t kU. uetlon generally p ,|r 4uate and have they may'be able to vote Intelligentlyat 1872 is heir to an estate In Germany,,

3 1M..... h' uyi tbe cotton crop these' x Year.age the November election. Every his home' country and his people are ADVERTISE in the DEMOCRAT :

4 tYtu.i ... tt4cn is abort.* rI. Md Short body both ladies and gentlemen who) now trying to locate him through + ,
.I.'';"" possibly can should attend. Gustave Prince, Pittsburg, Pa. Vt ZSZS'ts l yFS ,:

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1-! lit ._: '- .! r..- f t1WE: ::QAKV. DAILY. :-.pOcLT, .. ;VOOmMU. .. .-OGTQWSKI' -
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t ; B.. F.-' Be er'a-- '"-...!.,,'": __" --, ,'=-_-. + m ; -
to ta.ioale idr '>>..JIIii'T'! o/'t -
--
B TLER BROTIIRSn wu' not'la. Mr. Carrigin,_..pn0a '

her,and told ber be wouM sbmtt-br. eeei i -

case to the generaJ..whlch.lle did.1 '..A :
loati
The general, was. to leave the next

: e Fall Announcement day for Washington and told char, Car-. sivi may pendiajt enter UN

rfgan to prepare a brief ofU1e lad/ aeceeaaryfataadtcmpeat .
: / 1f
i cue and stow It to him the next day,, the
** ..
often *
3IL Carrigan sat up half of the night oney
[
A new feature of our stock this season will :be a. complete writing hIs brief. The next murrain tM S eeUo useasmeat Th.ttreasom -

about fifteen minutes before Butter of nca dfflOwproeeeda ;: :itrng opportuftttn

1 : : -line 'ofBOYS' was to take his .carriage for the train* board of draic .

.- be told Mr. Carrigan he would look at them f cr(ocii but thtr-- :
bis brief and give his opinion. Approved Itty Ll 1611: -rsstment; I.:

.
Mr. Carrigan began by saying: "Gen

,r CLOTHING clef' I hare made a most careful studyof Constitution That Section of theme acne S {rt ::"unities do eery ;: =

this case. )I have the points all In ; hereby ameaded

my head and can state them to you in 5eetloe week month '
-- '
!. The ;,
: : set ,
: three minutes. Supreme Court
has shaD
Every to purchasers
possible advantage
"Let me have the brief," again said doll ars a year. The e atytf
: : been combined in our efforts to make our the general, somewhat sharply. sheer lars be a three jeer"thoaetait- ar: 1 In tho mlltntln 3 '
dolT
f
: Juvenile business a signal success. A great "But. General Butler. said Mr. CarAr hat the f oregoias i .

1 J. 'l'Iff:", portion of our stock are the superior productions rigan "I: bad a brief prepared and Intended and ticle the V same of the shall Consti be i ? coney should bfimething ,

: of the Ederheimer-Stein work rooms. to show it to yon but 1 hare the State for eCDraval BP

;: .<.4-.....:- left It at borne on my table. However, Section general election 1,Article of gYIIat i pa ; and ItHHE l lu .

i r : as 1 said+ I have all the points of the Approved May Stale 196.] ,.

: Si BOYS' SUITS,. case !In my bead ABTI = it in this hc'
... .
.
I : .. Toung man." said the general "the That the following t o place
: t: Boy's Suits double breasted jacket andkne* pants the Constitution of the Say 9<
; next time you have a brief to prepare to the Judiciary .
,, 'v- e and double breasted Nerfolks with bloomer lion 59 of said Arbc' L j' -
pants. for me bring me the brief and leave T.I IUD e
by agreed to and ahaU be i FIRST
; :.. I t r Durably mad. and lined; carefully tailored, your head at home on the table.**- of the State at the genes* t
; '. the first Tuesday after the I
i Boston Herald. ber./ ",""-, toot nt LIVE OAK 45eaerrcros
'k,1 L 3.00 to $7.50CHILDREN'S wit: _.a ,
Section S3,
Wanted to Know Too Slash. The Mans!sitedeach
of the Criminal Carte Jj i
1. [ There was a series of burglaries com hereafter to be,established i"

if-.,. SUITS mitted in the fashionable section 'of by shall the be county as f oil where JWK Inter suck< ,h l ;' Preskkat.. Co fl. t'i;- .

Baltimore. So anxious were the pl.ce thousand population. nee tE :i. liOIW. er.
.
:. : Children's Suits in Russian Sailor Blouse with large authorities to apprehend the culprits counties of from fifteen Uis
'" t ; I thousand population, fiftoa] .
sailor collars, bloomer pants made in accordance with that instructions were issued to the counties of from tweatj-Jv*fes E -
'1 roundsmen to exercise extraordinary j and thousand population, **
f standard for
clothing. +
highest boy's
; in counties of mor thaa ftjra .. ...)AI1L1l1A:1.! :. II
:'. ; vigilance during their tours of inspec-j population, twenty-five fcsadngi _
i :l!i :1- to tlon. repealing any and all Patti rf &i "
$2.50 $6.50Boys'
up liner in conflict herewith. t: 1 s
,
D1 ", On one occasion Just after midnight Approved June tvjact.Asncu. FLORIDAJRAIL

a an officer saw emerging noiselesslyfrom I81t a l
1 t( a house in Eutav place a young That the following ameaiwsSit

: -.: It,' School Shoes man. who hastily darted down the to the the Constitution Judiciary Department.of tie Stun feLtions d |-.-3 WTTfl> ALL TRAINS OM i. .4. k If W* *

J l".. street. The officer made after him aa 40. 41.1243,44.46.48asdr. : ] OMfMe.__ ""9S +i
1 Y. be and the same are ben]?* aft-?
rapidly as possible. When he had
be submitted to the elects
I A Webster
given
I' Dictionary stopped the young man he said: general election to>be held JOB& .c a 1.
ter the first Monday in Now ba,4: f
FREE with pair. "Didn't you come out ofthe corner ratification rejection I
every .
f: -sib; and S'tAi.. .
!, '..I y: .:. v e house Just now?' Section of 40. There shall U ML' f *1
wheaCTa
:.. TRALGOOD I The young fellow, though! of quite a county county shall Eseambia.so determine fey LI ta tUsfly...

,c.>. respectable air, seemed ill at easer "I votes cast oa the queatjoa at eta
"
of record and there
court ihiS te5i
did. he answered with some confer court who shall be sppoustejb_ ... -a.
-- --- -
JJ XT AGOOD what it means., This label on clothing is like sion. confiriBed,the Senate who ehiSL >. mLir" tir4
; and ..........
"Do live la that house?" six yean whose salary tUlik .-,..-.. .w
= sternly mLir"pju
l: t the of you five hundred dollars a year, tat4Si
,! :: painter's signature on a masterpiece demanded the ofQcer. the county of Escambi tie : ... .xx.- ._.

fJ art. It vouches for the genuineness of the quality-the perfection L "That's an inipertinoiit question,re- upon record the now adoption established of these iaTstaxta aaeataand *, mW _- m" "
plied the In of be the record p>
young man: a tone great u hetfe. |
it', of the work. Indignation.: "I don't see what business all officers web crimiaal ccsrt 4- ,Ly._ __ a
"" ._ .. ._ be officers of such court of i Ra st! '
< """ S 1. TH- -- i- --i TOur --- of yours it is so long as her father the duties and receive floe naP, r_.

i j'' r : men's clothing department is still, up to the standard in doesn't object"-Success Magazine.She until Section the expiration U. The said of their eoartud pnaas* :f-'<, L.._." ..I. :.It II

t "! < ." every particular. -nothing but the best and in the latest styles. &eaC 4k ** Wa Stoat exclusive not and capital shall original,have which in jurisdictka shall Escrabii arist at"tsa ij: .r-,;,.-- A&L..-'__......... __ --tip

"Do you remember how you used to with the Circuit Court and Csxai t'Y ..

I put your arm round my waist whea we cases county and, the matters same erucinal as the tirrmaso jaaasaa; M, ,mLTlyyiajLv.- ."w:::::::::=::
4 .; BUTLER BROTHERS were, en;teed. ten years agot Yon judge ef said county and tEe ran |
never dOit now." wrier of mandamus, iajnaetB js _..__.___........

I n n n n n n n n '0- -o-o "No; my arm has not grown any certiorari proper and prohibition necessary to habeu the tae&st teas 4| .tmLT.."-....r.... -'_. I6at ad
their jurisdiction as the otfA sail
longer.
judge of said county, except&t f** :?lU.>DI Ai.... ...x......... .... .x,.
thority toaummou and emptB t '1- [LvtiU. .... :':':' .'
; --
.... Section 42. There shall tw H fro
A Badly Burned Girlor *2'
:.4. --J-=-- court in each year. trt d .y.! Ar... ..... ..... n.k .
Section 43. There abaft IA ... ... .. ..... .,
boy, man or woman Is quicklyout prosecuting attorney who sh a *w - "

1 AAAAAUUI& of If the Governor and confirmed If tot jM t r._.... ..._... ",--
pain Bucklen's teat
Arnica for
Salveis who shall hold his office JRBS
s pensation shall be fixed by la*. 3 sJiiBuiLv.... ,.-...... .......,.. .
applied promptly. G. J. Welch of Section 44. All offenses trai*ii J :.
shall be prosecuted npoa totetxt** ilijmLvr ___..........-.
i U&s ie" "Dr sSG &d Tekonsha, Mich., says: "I use It In to be filed by the prosecatof ]
1 1f grand jury of the circuit wat 4t SapmLv_. ......-. ...
Spccial my family for cuts, sores, and all skin[ may indict for any offense treble i*. jt' I,
of record. Upon the finding of ***< __ ..__...
L 'a injuries, and find it perfect. Quick the circuit judge shall commit t! a n.
for trial in the court of read, Vgf cJArn'Lt..x.-4--: '- .
est Pile cure known. Best healing be upon information. ... It
> Section 15. The clerk of nd U".DltLY.f .>-. --........
.> ;" -- AT salve made. 25c at Barclay & Groover elected by the electors of fbeasut -"",
I
+ Drug Store. $ shall hold office for four yean.asf*? | ....... .+
f I lion shall be fixed by law. Thts
bin county shall be the eseeufi+e .. 1:. .
court, and his duties sad tees stu9k 3 il.IIIIRI'LY- an.
The Ladies' : NOTICE Of ELECTION. Section 4S. The same tulr+ d ..... INm"
I Emporium practice which obtain in'the tit t

i Constitution WHEREAS of The 1835.Legislature of the StaU of of 1905.Florida under did the I county laws relative shall obtain to crimiiu in UM eoerlof .t.... .

DassaveJointleeolutiompropoaingAruendmen to otherwise provided a orTe1ep1aoMt.tr M tAtf t1Mt11ttt -
: j. to the the Constitation of the State of Florida! and control the court of recant y- I
same were agreed to by a vote of three- be had from the ec 4 &
; All fifths of all the members elected to each House may of another county w w 5-p .RUJlI. Geaaat Pwenaw MailJT1O
this week : coif court
we expect to sell Dress Goods j that the vote on said Joint Resolutions were entered I- and under the laws pwvidiM 6t 3 .
I upon thier respective Journals with yeas venue from the circuit taartaf*;

-:\' at prices greatly reduced.. .:t the and direct electors nays that thereon laid of the Joint State and resolutions they at the did General be determine submitted Election and to circuit Eseambia in coact his county discretion of anothereoamjrmay or,order of$ t '

r in November. 1306. COAS1.
Now. one or more terms or part.*r Ziof .
THEREFORE I, H.CLAY *
I. CBA'if IOflD Set ( record. Any civil tares ffl U
retory of State of the State of Florida do hereby may be tried before K/er,ar m?|
; We have the stock of fine dress give notice that aGENERAL Qualification of the judge of tM teat 5
largest in the
of goods city, in fact we have IE ELECTION I may be tried by a judge adJJ***" lorida
'
ferred the circuit court of l pa* Georgln AtIginia ;
more than we have room for.Ve must reduce our stock thisweek. Now is the !t will next be held in each county in Florida on Tuesday I ot any other to county ia the *** ,
succeeding the first "
Monday in
chance for the ladies to their fall I, A. D..1906 the said Tuesday being the November I lag to the same circnittonttd previsions(
: ; purchase goods at reduced prices;, SIXTH DAY Of NOVEMBER ceedings Section in 47.the The Supre nt 100 f and; North Car i ;

J shall have appellate iurle
pf for the ratification or rejection of the said Joint and in equity originating IB the *
Resolution proposing Amendments tke Coos and in casse of conviction of Itlolf South Cnpfllirb
tution of the State of Florida vii: of record. The circuit lead of ; !

See the new grey" plaids at 48 ard. E That the following ARTICLE XXVIU. demeanors shall have final tried appella in the court J" : ._

.. amendment to Article XVI peals or writs of error '
of the Constitution C I
of the I
StAte of "*
t it is Florida be and of record whether to the SuP f The
I
hereby agreed to and ft Great ,
the electors of the State shall be submitted I to suit Court shall be prosecuted y Hlghwa/e{ Tr. .
at the ra+7
reneraJ '
earn
be held election to and according to the r
on the first

b You\ will find any quality and any color you like-all new and up-to-date. If in tion.November 32. .The..D.Governor Tueadar. A juo, we. M.the ratification* i Comptroller tuc unsi or j&onaay reSection ,Jt the{'r proceedings Approved Court June from$.the 1905.Comm Cutsstt. uwipreme Ja E t, WOSl Hflti"TOTIIKET ? :

Treawnr the Attorn
A. P. C. sinner **Geaeral and the 7tITR
Ginghams of AgrieulturHf Aatttta
; lOc. IE their IUcceMel'1l in c4ee the State of Florida .nd l ,
IT' are hereby
:
\ I That thefollowinga+cel f
) tnddesitattdutboandafdraiaaaecommisab, nof the Constitution the State : TUt* % *
an hereby sad
F Calicos all colors establiB t authoriud and en1J1OW8I'ed I to the same is hereby agrMdts
system of ,
5c. {C and reaenoira of lueh e&nala drains, levees dikes milted to the electors din ilDA
dimeus /
Qn and pthl, for nth : AND
1908
i the judgment of drainage as Brat election in !d tit WEST \mCARS # \
sionera is deemedidvSabl. eomm- Section !. Either brans
Fruit of the Loom the swamp and oYertlowed to drain and ree a im a regular session thereof' tvaf and Y
bleaching Qc.- lands
within the State Constitution; AND
d Florida,o.such manta to this thl NEW
parts or a9 ;
t deemed best b.y said board of po ioD8 UIereof as is agreed to by thn >dtlu of YORK IX
drainage, ptoP0//d
from commie81Onel'1l ed to each house.such .
. Ii 3-4 unbleached muslin !IC irritation of the time land.to time and to provide for the be entered upon their retD v' -
5 reclaimed,
c.1i i tudt; cassia drains.levees. and to maintain the yeas and nays and shaa a
dikes
/ each and rellervoin in in each countypublished ,
manner as will be newspaper /
most 'U/QT[
advantageous to the for month i MONT OJEkY '
tau
territory one
dnmed,
10 t
Ready-to-wear goods arriving daily. New suits, skirts, waists, etc. Our I;. habitanta and the commerce the State thereot.of Florida its'in- the next general eJecfaOB d

; $ :f New 1 York dress maker will arrive this week. to mi6aioners Section establish 33.are drainage That hereby the districts aath01 board ell of and drainage empowered tome which ejectors majority election of ofthetlectae1 the state the same foraPhe"vtajlgg&**!*1 *l nlOI Er '" .Ii ; ,

I ,j ana thereof is the State and fa the bou nd- manta at such eeetioa{
of
board of drainage Florida. That the menu the same shah bete ---
and conun1SllQllel'1l be and it is authorized tution. The propoeed a ; "N
of all the tnnYSal Empowered to prepare list or f rate submitted as to enable t tht el ed AND
THROUIW CM H
or +
SWImp and A1die. < :;

i THE lADIES' EMPORIUM -I I able tricty eeedinc lands,and ten within levy unts thereon per such acre drainage an per!acreage annumn overfi..ved district tax to be not or tax.-. amendment at tofore the adopted election separately'at&y which the licit the'*aex ".ja -: t Line mileage 1 u-ki. .. ....
bed Constitatioera
annually by said board ot drainage part of the Ea4t: as .
and the T&noUS tax assessors of the earnmiaeivae adoption of the same. U washy Mri. ." 10
ties embraced carious eoun- Approved June 6;lSf6. ,1114
.in part .New
or in
1 drainage district or diatrieta whole within such The votes cast in amps Orleans; ...... ...
Headquarters for High Grade Dry Goods and Shoes at Low Prices. listur lists and eater the shall reeeive such amendments, and the etc **
same upon cubic
the
:E of the county or touatici in tax rolls returns thereof,shan te + CONSULT
lie and the amount eo)levied which each heads mar ulations and restrictions i + d THE PUS N { '
Agent for McCall and Journal age oummiasionerl by the beard of d ream. General Elections in the Sea
Home In
Patterns. curb ha 3'1 (iE au,.be prescribed from 'by the board manner of drainage aDd form comDUaSlOUIn as- ht =asrtraoav hand tYHeaeo7.1 and a. "tci inlormati tl ......

Free Delivery. L. S. Harvard Proprietor. Phone 159 I': be eountiea coeeted:; Wherein by the time each carious to knees t llle.1i'hich tax col1ecters amounts of shall the 1L S l state GPitai of, tha PIS: rs tboard d, -. Jle!'. Call on Yet IAh11r 1 i.. "

=! I other taxes art collected in have been made as 1900. 4ToN.. DiaL .. .
: H.atT
'''rty ,." ," TYT'ITT91MRYi" ." 'VT i1TR' "11RTYRIn7fi ._ ,lf._ aDd tl. iraiAa&e pal over laid-.lOI1el'1l amouaG meted accordance, to with the law. .- .f t>>- Meat 11 Wilt o 4<
laid '
eommiuiouera Ti J.H.1tICLES4x ager
;- G Tra!>dt katlg4I ;,

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ttveH t.,1 ga. :- "nID. DJ.r 9CTOn 900.
ask: ie9e i19 41a1 Jl'- ..f.... ...... S_ ,, .. y f; .
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,. iff ttV MMfriM4 tit tile..... rasltda( 7TDoRblaoeeroiSt d. I g
e
,," "f., .. ........e.lCtoftile tide Amons' the birds( not commonly found I :SOUTRERN

"1 ..- i .... M. ...IHtI.. '1 a Z !hat tia '; c to the rhinoceros bird frora.thVTransvaaL 1 RAILWAY.f
n
.
} C '. M'" ""hl ..Diac.IiUI 4. jti MONEY Bnljel! plkker 1 Is Its. Dutch Dame -

1 tt1tIB MI' .Isd. ..t.udSSP the'loatdoa Its habits are remarkable and its plum- TWO: TRAINS DAILY TO.WASHINGTON AND NEW TOBX.Scfcedcl .,1 s. =.'

3 ;.j Me two .... ..,eater.l'IIeryoinOf age unusual, Small flock accompany
MI, lending t&kt .,. > :most of the .
large antelopes the buff
t:+1 4 l4tt Ir4's. v foraueb ".tW Tei:. loes and the rhinoceroses In Elective Nov emher'&,19O&. "
i 1 fi: ;j *M iM4 4kf, t South Africa -

n b I '" 1M...... tMSSs kiiey: often lies idle and run all over the creatures N&S4'No. 3<. TwoTnia Ewt.t05a ._ _No.lIt NORTH AND WEST vL _
tMSSsjfiftwetSS" bodies( picking off flies and Insects. T56pLrJukaonvUie'
!, .Ae
;IV &t 44'litt9& 4.5p'Ar.'
** .
3 ..... ..... lling for ( When an enemy approaches the buffel! U I Kf 1.M 40p Up:Lv Lv-.Savaanal, .:. ---M, Ar 1.T !',Lv Jwiup JaeksonviUeaByAr30p C*. & RT.LTSO =w,
I ; opportunities plkkers sit In a line with heads'raisedon i55p 800sAr_.Coiumbia.... lit t *Lv.alacen. Ga.8. By..L9 a
::; fit b it tra1ut ; i
-j ttsrffsx s s&Seetioo \ the back of the animal I' 06p 9 Ma Ar..Charlotta .Lv 2OaIAr.AtlutaGa.S. a.Lv

: fee .... loch atM t4wa f.hcb ':. ; tending, like they are at 12 Kali Sip Ar_Gremsbon .Lv 'f 8 25a a Ar..Dalton Ca......3..Ry.Li'
e -
tm.nt but these sparrows oji a roof ridge ..L.Ar..Duville..Ly '
.:I Approved MM 27,1 t0 :, ; op t 45a Ar.Chafanga.TS. Ry.L ;w
.. <'" and signal 'the enemy In sight( ** The 59a U??AP..Riehmoalt..LY 5:' .Lr ;_
.4 tt .,.,: .gq. Aan .. '; Is 7 174 > 7 4opiAr.ine'natt1.OQ4tc. '
plumage curiously close uniform andcompact. 42ttp .Lynchburg. Lv \ Lv -; ;
........ Medf fka' F do not 8 Ma < lOp Ar.ChartottesvlileLv
[ come Lv
8 Gnc'natti.
Of 0
) unities 40p Big tAr
0 .. S4ti .so much so that the bird has t :
ltatton of the 454 t 50p Ar. Washington H4
7 Ida Ar.Chkago. Ill
v. BIt) ...t aU (Sa Die LLv
.
vans II hereby amended an artificial look as If covered with 1139.1135p Ar_ Battimcre,?Lv y--
tilt N "''k 145p 2J54: At.,..w.Phila...Lv 8 S5p Lv.Ciac't'ti Pa.Lmes.Ar -.
I.t I. .
It
; t j rl ;>; 1 .
""I5cUoa t. : '. y wueek> month ; or even painted satin and not with feathers. 413p 6 30a Ar." NewYork..Lv Ar.Chkago Pa. LiMg.Lv -'

=Court ilh''l' be to:". Th* general tint of the body is cinna. H5P\Lv'\ 'attic.H.AD.Ar: '

w..ie 1Irht) raid .a..JI ,,,:= thou TIM rotary: ... | meantime this mon brown with yellow beak and legs press NOlo"M Daily and M.Pullman."New Drawing York and Room Florida Sleeping Ex- 6 Z3arAr 45pLv.Cui: Chicago' Mon-RouteLv c.H..sail.*Aim

.M IMIW, ."ar.ear... a Ii; lathe giving the color effect of a brown and Car Port Tampa and Jacksonville to New York. S 20a Ar-ToJedo..C. H.t DrL r'Nos.
"*
st," v* Mr, l tr 'hat tbS toregoieg -:: : yellow iris.( 30 Washingu and Florida, 1 25aAr| Detroit Mich.P.M.LTCia'nattBiiFour.Ai :

[4 4 *l In- Artlfle V of the CoD8tiN4 ( Limited.tag Car."Jacksonville Daily Pullman to New Drawing York. Room Sleep-\\I -t -
tfff the lame ahall be 1Ubm Iy should be earning 910piLv; :
t. 14 i, M I 11rltrt IMitate tor apProval u4 a' : .._-, _. &IArClevelaad..BIJlFourLv]
j PMraI-tJon of re Of re ie ,acioa -Iurne. siory. j No.30 THBOUGH LAND OP TBS SKY. : 3 PiLvLei: :" ton.3,:Rp.Ar: }
j ttkiR H-wtrrr. IiM 1.ArticJeXVUof nt a and it if Very tew London elle1'5'lndeed are ", Op\Ly.LoueviUe..s.! RY..Lv
_ j &* .**.. .f toto Approved May flat.i905 |thing; can competent to judge Turner's works1 7E5pI215a Lv._ .. Jacksonville, Fla....".-Ar 7 \iArSt. .... 1t .L. -
-')- 1 Lv_Savannah, Ga. ...Ajr \ OZa.Ar-Awuston.A SR -
|
Au1cu nx:\ ) that Is without a certified history A 6 00a Ar*_....-Columbia S. C...,. ..Lv 12 J OUiArBirm'awn.A5.Ry.LT05plArMenphi8..Friaco..LT! -Lv
"h i4ii 1s1. "tart That the folJowin.. 'r lace ,it in this bank lady acquaintance of mine had: a large l bop Ar?_.._.Aahville N. C..I.v s
ale Constitution of b.e State 2 37p Ar. ...H-ot Springs, N. C._Lv 9 40a Ar Kansas Frisco Lv
> 1 hW f fffferlff t.theudiekpar .tl. picture In her house which she had al- 6 00p ArKnoxville.;: .Tean..Lv g? y
tiDe q of Ai4 Article l 8 50a Ar.,... .-.Leuiarile, KJ.--LT': Lv.Memppia '1'enn. ..Ar20a'ArHot
W *b] fort V. be regarded as Turner i'
M ways a and desiring 9
tie Spring
lit agreed to and aIWl b FIRST NATIONAL BANK S12pArSlSaT _..St. Louis M .____.Ly .Ark..LT
t *. ft.* tft4! ..*- N Ole State at the genenJ tubaei! elact UIe ant Tuesday after the GrIt ..". six of the leading dealers but not oae No.J0.-Dafly]>oue Drawing Room Buffet
Ur. A. D.. 1X6. for SJeipiBg Car Between J&ck oBvUe. Henderaon
OAK FLAdie I EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE ON
ntifiratloq : !
,.at: is LIVE .; q( them would buy It at any price. asserting ALL TRAINS.. vilk AshvUle,Hot Springs Knoxui1le and Ciaeianatti -

.;t:; ...... s.ctIoa S3. The aunua!talary that Turner never saw it and .
etch of the Criminal -
$Iwatt..4tier ruMt 1frf kewef ter to U established Court that it was nothing like his work andso
shaHi; o.13-F1cmd&Limited-Daily Solid Veatil>ul Train. Through day aaches and
by UM Pullman Steep
Mfttel shall U county as oil where' such court ia ae>it. c. J HARDEE, l Yice Pres.4t on. A few months afterward a document I hug CaraJaekwnrlle to Atlanta Chattanooga and Ciwuuiattt Ala Pullman Sleeping Car J MCP
.. liet4M U* pii'rt r r4ft4 thousand population jws: In, one coantfesofL: thomaS W. HILLMAN, turned up among her family papers I to Colorado Springs, Cot.via Birm1D&ham."Memphis, Kansas City.; ,

1M raJprittl p NU.tMe: of from fifteen thomassT! showing( ( that the picture bad been
UMosand population fifteen f JAMES FREEMAN District Passenger ent.108 W.Bay St.,Jacksonville.Fla.Si e
ft' l ttttnS t. tfeff counties of from specially painted by Turnerfor her ,
twenty-five tw :HT a&v wicK.P.T. MW.. H.TAYLOR G. P A. BROOKS
tea tsllaet4iau! I f. thousand population two i husband's father and in, a week shed MORGAN A..G.P.ALive
Md U '
counties of
'tf t"" tf !with population, twenty-five more than hundred I" ha sold the work for 2.230.. The avI I

_ repealing any and all parts of the > erase:; !!' deiler is almost frightened to

out tfttr! t tf U Approved*M conflict\ June herewith.Rl% .,. ,FLORIDA: RAILWAY. touch a Turner and you seldom or acv Oak Perry & Gulf

r for sale In
t 11.11-11. ; er eee one exposed the gal. ,
I Aa1tC1wh ,a un : )S\ SCHEDULE
'
31 tN a J9G: 'That the folio g&JWPdlllelltl't. ( leries.-C anhers" Journal.
t4tl.4volt thtasa4i lk.Constitution of the State af i_ ALL'TRAWS ON !. JA L RY. ANB A. C..L. RY AT LIVE OAK.: ----
U UM. Judiciary Department,tobtn Her Temperament. Railroad Company
then Ides tlWhP tone 44 41.42. /3:s,N,.so f6 aDd 41; ? "
ftt V,be and the same are hereby&.._ CEMTKAL b4DW. Uss Posey was very: warm hi M-
14
\ U uimitted to the SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 20. 1106.
electors of the L tossing| ,her feelings against yon" a
...,kit MId; genera]election to be held on the bat '; .- No !. No. 4.Local *
lid *! *.e i.rIIheei Ur the first Monday in Nowmta;t 1 ; /' Mail Fgt 0h, that explains why her manae
1
ratification or rejection, -wIt;; ', ,. c' STATIONS and Daily I rras so .cool, Baltimore American. v< u0 Loa
Section 40. There shall lit rein Sxpreea. Except a
panty of Escambia.whenever the 1 sL DailJ.' Sunday, Ib'' d =
gedlt ai
.. i ,
.ut,ahall so determine by a a HailandPua Passenger Frt.and&SISTATIONS, z 4 z
from
the
Danger Plague.
It. MIA l Ifcj vela cast on the question ai anyj_ $ ,

.iI' toDf'II.u a eovrt of record and there shall Uii : :- ; There's danger from the No. a ... m
No. 5 -- -
grave No
III8It .hoshall be appointed byte ,' ....... .Live Oak. _...., .._.A r-. 10 20 a mWam 110 pm542'pm 1- Sunday OnlDa'ly't. Sun
eanflrmed by the Senate who shall} !sot "f' plague of Coughs and Colds that are Daily

**r Msraly! Its years and whose salary shall bt t. :; !;:-_.._--Porter .. ..... Lv. II A. ld. P. M.. l"K;. \ P. K. P.L A.. K. A.4t.
are hundred prevalent unless
dollars year, paysbfeq ". a so you take Dr. Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive
UM county of Escambia. The ertaireeerd ......_...._.__ 8 00 1.30 2 TD
established :,-....-_ .Stokley .LT. 8 58 a m 518pm515pm King's New Discovery for Consump I ,_,Live Oalt- t 3t &.40 10.00 9.49
4S1dt1t81{ f1to .. BOW in Ewsnbss i iposi v LO. 813 us 41& US 1.46 91aa
.
_
t UM adoption of these amendasi -..,..-.. ... L _..._.__ Lv. 850am944am tion, Coughs' and Colds. Mrs. Geo. 818 US 800 3 07 _Bock..8tarr: _._. a 412 5.U 9.42 1.11
if d treat sad be the court of record. herrn \ or4er a 22 LS2' .08 UO 9.38 9.91 r

t K* vfcti, tat ail tat officers of such criminal court ef t : -L- rw_Kirkland........... .__..Lv.JT, S Oi pm Walls, 4of Forest City Me., writes: a zj U5' I 3 30 15 -. Mereer.Platt-...... 615 U'7' 9.36: 9.03s : .
of -
officers such of
court aecori 8 U U4
tg to fetter duties and receive the emohiivatil iUM "t Wilaarth--18 .__ "It's a Godsend to people living in Ar. 8 39 Ar 2.09 Ar. 3 10 .-LaDeaater.; __ Lv ass 348 L.5.00 5.08 L.a26 its L.2.50 8.40
-- -- -- 836am 450pm Ly. 410 Dowq Park.
UM expiration of their present t climates where coughs and colds Lv. 8 45 Lv us AralS: Ar4.5i .hUO Aim Ll2
t4 ll4/ts10L Section 41. The said court and pd. ,. ?. _,W.l larth-_...._Ar. pre- Ar U9 415 J 33 L.UO 9.05 8.08
-...... aelusiworlidwljutiadictaodelipt vail. I find it quickly ends them. It 8 W L. 4.50 4 1'7' -.ChancJ--'
LunviUe. a 30 Ar tab Lee .
capital which shall arise bred E t _.__....__. 862 .-.BelL._ '
***.*.. shall have in Eseunbia county < 1- ..rv., _unvilla__..."_._. I prevents Pneumonia, cures LaG rippe, a liT bbl Ar. 125 Mayo Junction 328 325: us Lv'OO 9,65: L42.o0I 2.N ;;
I lt.s+Id wrth the Circuit Court and Own iaMBty. > d 4.S.Wilmarth. 9 00 UB LT. 4 40 -.....Day-..
totJ the same A-iginal j juriadictfc{ i .;,.., ".....___ .......__............_.. gives I wonderful relief in Asthma and .0$ a 5.0 4 46 .. .Silo; 319 31i I 4.40 4.301 Ar 8.49 8.6& ArUl Ui ', # .

:: .w erln w. rasa and matters u the circuit court iJudge r,... -, _Wilmarth.--. ...- .- AT. 8S5am 445pm ]Hay Fever and makes weak lungs 910 5.10 4 lot _- iowm9end__ 316 U4 8.45 7.28 -
1.p1 Yet. .f said county,and the same l O.C I 25: 5:25: 61E .smltb 2 4'7' Lli 8.30 1.08 -

writs of mandamus injunction.'q -_ ..... ...__.",-......Suwannee River............_--Lv. 9 32 am. 32 pm I strong enough to ward off Consumption 9 38 5.38' i 21 _....hdhollowlJ'h. 236 U2 8.15 US
Ar. Ii .. .
eertunri. prohibition, habeas corpus i ?a 2.8 1 Coughs and Colds. 50c and Ar. t 50 Ar 5.50 40.3 Pem Lv I.50L.8.00 Lv&.40 rAn
1. I M 1M' icy proper and necessary: to the rom_ithr .v.' ..., ,...._. ..Norwood- ,v. 8 20am 4 12 pm 1030 Ar 630 Ar 635 Hampton Itp L Lv205 Lv320 Lr7.3e Lr6.3$ '
jurisdiction as the circuit court ( _'" $1.00. Guaranteed by Barclay & t

judge of said county and except empanel the pthority --..---- .May_.__.......__.._Lv. 9 12 a m 4 00 p m I Groover Drug Store. Trial bottle :MAYO and ALTON ,
.
to .
mi4Girl Section 42.summoas There shall be I six '1. ; .. .w.......-1ia'O.__. ___...._..ArLT. .fre re/
15 '
-
each
_ court Section in 43. year.There shall be for '" ,?..,.,?_-\ltol1_", .. on ....._......_ _. I I I
e1.. Ii Ostcklye. proeeeutingattorney who shall be I ,:; ._.. ._..__.Ar. Fri and Pass,FrI. and Pus Passenger STATIONS.Ftt.. and PUll Fk end Pan I Pa.nfel'! .

the Governor and confirmed by thee -- !":,-.,' ..._._..._-.Mavo.. ._................_.....Lim.T No '7 I Na 9 No. 11. I Na II No. 1& I No U
Marks .h who shall hold his office for four ywtpeRsation ?L. ,
Daily ex SaIL Daily eL Sun Sunday Only! Daily ex SliD Daily ex Sua Sunday OD1y
ATLANTIC II COAST ij .
0, I, Will, or Section shall 41. All be fixed offenses by law.triable'II,*i' ....'" ..... _."..)(35.J'o._.__ _.._.Ar. til. am90am 3 45 pm I lI LINE f A. ld. P'MY: : M.- A. L. P. M. "" ".:'iL'-- r .

shaN ll be prosecuted upon informsoca v : ; ... .-San PedN-_, .-Ar. Leave Leave LeAve Arrive Arrive Arrive.u1j .
I 3 25 pm 8.01 -
'f ''tu,1tt a |III I I6eree I be filed by the prosecuting sf Y '. 1.1 ROUND TRIPExcursion .30 6.10 I Dowling Park '7.58 3.30 LM .

I i grand jury of the circuit court L.may .ri. Lr_. ......_....SaltRoad____.Lv. 851 a m 3 15 pm 9.3 9.10 4..S3 4.40 5.22"5.34',Mayo Clark JunctioD 1.47 1.20 1.10 8.44 8.33
st4 all till1kttict' for offense triable in '
a indict any "or. tZ
of record. Upon the finding of sock: .__ f.v. 9.38 5.0E 5.44 Peterson 7.35 1.00 8.23I
I Askold 840am833am 2 45 I
pm 10.00 .=5.30 5.54>> Mayo' t48 Ul
Qedck ie UM Circuit judge shall commit*bail U >(- '.:: 26a Rates 1 720' s a
far trial in the court of record. whicalbe r' .,.. .J'.. ._Charlton.... ........Lv. 2 35 pm 10"10 Ar":: 5.40 At6.02 Alw_ Ly b ,2..38 Lv 8.00 JAr
c.t swain' I upon information. 7 .". .; 3.9 a Regular atop. Connection made at Dowiing Park for all trains to and from Live Oak and Perry
Section 45. The clerk of said CowiItl tj :..:.:....."M Koene-__._..._.Lv. 8 23 a m 2 20 pm FROM JACKSONVILLE. For information as to connections with other lines, 'phone or call on General Passenger Agent '-
_ #1tiv1sy fe Qroov. <
S 1,,shall tloa shall bold be office fixed for j,1IaW.four years Thuberi1f,and bis 4.I.tc'l _'_- _renhollowaJ.L'2.6 815 a m 2 10 pm $38.40-Hot Springs, Ark., on sale I THOMAS DOWLING. President R. P. HOPKINS.: General Passenger Agent

-1 I I Ua eourt.county and his shall duties!be the and executovs fees shall I be o I L,:. -Denmark.U __..._......__.L.. 808 am 135 pm- daily; limit ninety days. -- --.. ..-

(:tfnmrt, I Section which 46. The obtain same the rules circuit of rprmetiee .- .Perry__._........._.Lim. 800 a m 1 ZO pm 17.65 Memphis, Tenn., on sale October .

", ....tlo shsll obtain in the court
euunty y'bws 15 16 17.18 limit'
..... .. atea d relative to criminal courts of ; SEABOARD

; .. M otherwise provided herein swaeontrol II! $TdepWe. Station (U) Flag Station (r) Register ((5)) Regular StoP. (a) October 31. Extension; November
t "'- ...... ... the court of record. Camay "'". kr
b ewbat deer be had from the court of rw.... T:: P. ALSTON. Superintendent. 30.$10.35Atlanta '
....1,. Ibaaet totes lit t'uaager Agent 4. ,
= cult court of another county
.we ....5 j I I and under the laws providing for Ga., on sale October Air Line Railway
.t--.... wuly wa 1 venue from the circuit court of GIlt 9,10; limit October 20.
U b.SOt I Ike 1 citcuit court of another county-J Tin .
_ ..(. "'ena j I I may in his discretion order the ew a Extension to October 30.
-.. Ri.rliw J!I Escambia county or of any other "HTIC For Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines Raleigh
of terms COAST LINE ,
Atlanta
'1 Seim or more terms or puta $10.35- Ga., on sale October ,
\ r..apes. ,fir 'I(of record.: Any civil cause in th!co
tit J\MIIt.de i..ex bi t.I awl be tried before a referee,or>a "*J 7C 19, 20, 21, 22; limit Richmond, Washington, Baltimore Philadelphia New York
I qualification of the judge of the *
leaving Atlanta October 30.,
fharm,
(
crrvd to the circuit court of Fsaa* Jef ]i4a Georgia Alabama Extension to November 15.
Y aa4ty any other county. I In the same wag Three Elegant Trains Dirly
I'I'f &tef to the same previsions U r*'*-",. .. ,- $10.85-Atlanta, Ga., on sale Oct

to\....... i!! shall endings S have uon4t in appellate the The circuit Supreme Jurisdiction court of Court insue i of ia, North Carolina and 23.ober 12, 17; limit October SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED ( __

., ....Wa, and In equity originating in elo cowl SEABOARD EXPRESS R .

.-....v1a..........tom{. and record In area The oi conviction circuit court of,ore':1.'tiAtI ef :: 'South Carolina. $13.20-Birmingham.,. Ala., on sale SEABOARD MAIL 1 Tr

na. shall have final appellate junsdmeanors llC 06 : October 14, 15; limit leaving
tried in the court < '
-' -" 11t d111''t. '. J.- or writs of enor pro&eCu t.trbl1& : Birmingham October 21.
1 ,...... ... f record, whether to the Supr J MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
.... ... I. in.tbe Extension to November 21. -
)I............. .. Court shall be prosecuted*. III -,, :great Highway of Travel from

...__... ....Ie6oi. I proceedings according from to the the EMI Circuit: n Co*...' ; $ 7.70-Macon, Ga., on sale November The SEABOARD )FLOTOA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pullman <

\... .rel.o. I l r App'me June 6. 1905. 'r :tat11Ost fi t North South 11 to 17, inclusive; Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonville t '' =

-"' :E' t.'... % ,, e limit November 20. and New York, via Richmond Washington.. Leave St. Augustine -

_ wt91a.. AltTICU XXxn t ,. ".. -- $11.25-\lontgoml'ry: ., on sale 12:10: P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20: P.M. daily, including Sundays.

t..k.. ..&.. That the followingamendm* tf > ''TO October.20, 22, 23, 24, 25,
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. UM Constitution of the Statecd .THE EAST TilE FAMOUS
t-Ull.i .... .......... Ie UM same Is hereby agreed; IState ibd at 26; limit October 29. ONLY LINE

:-. W........w a. oral Bitted election to the In electors 190 for rat oi .the Aca CI' 'AND! $25.50-St- Louis, Mo., on sale October
.. h.... '........IU Section 1. Either branch o 75Ti. ) WEST INDIA LIMITED Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.
14 15 limit ]leavingSt.
.. .. r Tular session thereof. Uat,,Vtkmts ; :!'u;:toil ittforniotlon an .M"''p''r rfserraticns eaU .
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11... ,-... tat I4i to this Consutution.reedtobythreefifthr '' \ V Louis October 20. Extension : cn any a e1"ltf Seaboard or write ;
"""' u.i iS of all the JEW
I YORK EXPRESS.
..... .... lit& to each house such Dream. ,ed to October 30. S. C. BOYLSTON, JR., ,
he th1 be entered their resprttretaaiatt Assistant General
upon Passenger Agent.
s1 Se the yeas and nays and shoo a pb '- > : *32.SO-Buffalo, :'. Y., on sale October v \
a JAPTfSONVII.LE FLA._ _
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'" "" +.rr.. each countypublUhcd. ->K'f, n n
troe! newspaperta. for one month i iUM lID 'tell t 10, 11, 12; IImU'leavIng -

t t'AII tI E".t ta next general election shaUUWtors et!!.1\1 : JjMONTfiOMERY 1 ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY Buffalo October 19. ;

'f .. w hkh ejection: the same NOTICE OF SALE. the indebtedness cf said estate, will,
pr.f ears. of the State, for IPt'I'n:,tW JL)i, ER" VIA ATLANTA. $ .55-Gulfpopt, Jliss., on sale Nov
5.4-f" electors\ votsex Ili ___ of October.
G..taj.... Ma/"" a arena majority at such of the election: shalt for ember 12, 13; limit Novem- Notice is hereby given that under on Monday the first day ;

.!....... tad. n.t it h s sar3 M aorta the tame lball betmr &me tip ber 28. and by virtue of an order issuingout :A. 11906. between the legal hoursof

....I h4 N .Inca wtioa.submitted The.t to DroD enable the electorW AND of the court of the County Judge, sale of said day, and at the front

'k ._.tott4.... .... amendmentsepuatety AUa1ei>+ _;... THROUGH COACHES ON ALLTRAINS.fns $19.6o-Xew Orleans La., on sale in and for Suwannee county Florida door of the court house In Suwannee .
d.i kt UM election at which ;; October 12, 15; limit October -
,W ,r1 N' Wore adopted b1 the eltcto; >sateQa mileage books good to all points via all dated the 31st day of August.A. county, Fla.. bid off and sell at public t
tte.; ..&.14 .part of the Constitution : 30. Extension to Nov- bidder
!' r t i b..1... adoption of the same. .r Washington D. 1906, wherein and wherebythe out-cry to the highest ,
loW_ ...-......I. ADPro'redJone6li'' ; '*. ai0sa''JWe and as far West as St. Louis, ember 30. therefor for cash the following des s
tt.i, undersigned as administrator of
,...... W sal amendments totes cast and in the amPlwaa: eana'aed t.ltrI nwch _:. Orleans; rates $25,00. Excursion rates to other points. the estate of J. A. Adams, late of cribed land, or so much thereof as r

.;....\ 1...eras Any e4tronaandresuietionsaaarePsO Mntnstbemsf.slanbesab> ;iJII! cdSULT f THE PURPLE fOLDER. Limits, schedules, Pullman accommodations Suwannee county, Florida, deceased, may be necessary to pay the indebtedness .

H "," .,. General Jlectlona: in the Stata and all detailed in- of the aforesaid estate, to-wit: .r
ot! W' was authorized to make sale of
... I so
I u I. fUTUIONT 1VBEItEO" 7r a t ?information
!K... -- band and aStx d ape | regarding rates, Pullman reserva- formation to above and other points much of the real estate of said d eThe W % of the NW % of sectioa t-

I- It.....:... eea,+4'," \lit.u (I,8.J :state(".rit&!of. thiI FI sidaf;oU-/.. ;JS OI* your nearest ticket agent or write cheerfully given on application, either cedent as may be necessary to satisfy eight ((8)), In Township four ((4)). 4i :. '-

ervq p4. .u 1**. CLAy ct.al'J -= Dint. Pass. In_ person or by mail, to the' indebtedness of i south of Range fifteen ((15)) east lying -
1 IL Agent, 133 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla.:: said estate, ,'
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to-4 I sae/'' 4 4z 7.B.EICIFFSON, erih 'I1't .- '.' llgeat,138 W. Bay St., Jitksonville, Fla.ti FRANK C. BOYLSTON, J. Wetherington, as administratorof ,[ and being situate the county of ;

.1. |?*c Manager General Offices, Wilmington, N. C. District Passenger Agent, the estate of the said J. A. Adams,, Suwannee and state of Florida. s .

1'-."-'oK, -;: :.*;,,? t.General Offices. Wilmington, N. C. 138 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. deceased,. f(%- ha 'pur ose of paying: J.. H. WBTHERINGTON.' ,
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,',. t ..........** **** ....* *. ...... .I Ir Today she' was not thinking of him- r r\ot r e V Johnny said putting her At the Baptist Church. I homes and press d'on R( Jed Deeply
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hardly of Granvllle. gently away. our browa.
t : even Wading was A flnetongregation heard Mr. Rid
::1 such Tie events of the next five minutesare 4. The
pure joy. The water above last L ;
; ,,' : Man came ley at the Baptist church yesterday ., < -
r,. ;,.. or 8g her inkles. She lifted her skirts light. better left Ul !1pnIeled. Suffice It Ing was that In fe '
: 11uth1' ly In both hands and balanced to her that Mr. Granville: Gore an! his sportsmen morning on a very Interesting subject gways -- though Interested, erow.

j shadow the .' friends from the city went awayon : "How Time Often Solves Many help ranelfle ] counnouse lut all"
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4 ;: i Mouse ? HcCulloch- i iLif' upon rippling stream. Such The widow *' Ha the
Williams a funny" shadow-dancing grotesquelyeven the night train, at least two of the ( of the Seeming Mysteries of ProviI' and the address of Gowwsr
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? to die
'-: : when she stood still visitors carrying beautiful black eyes. I deuce." The Scripture lesson was 'up bat t. 'ud other disUajeW>*4 II

"l'f. i;.{ Rapt In contemplation of It. she did As to haw the eyes had been achieved I taken from first Kings 17:1-16, and i iGod's !l tie with the prophet "' subject of the Drill
there tots discreet silence But when t It, "and the fnt.the
not hear footsteps or anything untU meallalSa! j
1: : Copyright.! 1908 by P. C. Etm eot II: dealings with Elijah used as

.f .f='. ...... ................................ a throaty, chuckling voice .cried: "011.h In the fall Lorena and Johnny were basis for the discussion, The entire j ed not, neither di4.7falL" AssentEf Broome latrodwea /- .
A mermaid! Gore, If the variety married there came to the bride a i ja i It Is aa estabB- 1t 5 aa \u ,
Jacksonville '
in rich illustrationsall
i. x-- a The and In. U chest of massive :rjlver. along, with an sermon abounded ifett. /
;; water laughing lapping Indigenous understand, I shall settle 1 that "there !la.andjttendethtoj that made t short
."- unsigned! note which "Please of which bore directly upon the r.. ud be ..
rited. In neighborhood ran: accept -
'j The day was giddy May.4andI your just as! soon as he was enthasisultab" fJ

I r' {.. the Invited young Loren, moreover, I can buy a place this in ,token of forgi;eness. ,Remembers t general theme, and helped Impress | po ''> of the amendment &114e.Yoters ,'r.
hold
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: :t. owned all the folly normal to nineteen. Lorena flushed scarlet She let fall you owe me somethingInthat the preacher's outline of his subject. ': more than !U i to tote for It

,!,<..,' So altogether It would have been a miracle her skirts heedless of water-heedless, I gave you occasion to find out I[ 1. The first proposition laid down your means from GofiL followed b7 Hon. Sid. L.
: indeed, of anything but There the difference these Is between a man start on the roid-Sj fcf Salnesville who
escape.
was that God has methods of saidlfa4
many >
: If had they
(, things gone exactly as "
:" were men on either bank. ,allO'one In and a mouse. I scatter means ta.. -1
I 1; .\ ,';, should. A proper young woman of wading approaching her'midstream Lorena was for( sending it back but dealing with his children but never J vided and God multi tGnmce4 that the drainage t

!. : course would hare reckonej chances Gore was the farthest of them-a Gore Johnny laughed and said: "Mullen U but one purpose. The preacher showed ilflujwas.aotoalyfeasl-

( f". before bating her feet auu dancing she had never seen. He looked her I right. lie is a man. You can drub a how that the warp and woof of multiplication, was i the i thing of all others the r

i( i:-- '.' joyously In midstream where the (?e'i over as though she were a part a curi- : man Into celcy. but a.mouse always 1 life was made up of many threads of division. Help otiief#' oatddo, He said be of hJ.IJt1QrOuP teethe
.f::;>' blew lay smoothly bedded tu fine sand also be helping ;7oaiel InvestlgaUon
ous part of the landscape with wbi.bhe runs away. different colors-today a thread of and claimed, tUt

and gleaming jewel-w'
:'i ':.J. sun' ray struck through4the ripples. It was the man in wading) who had rena added with pensive smile. Today bordered with the badge of A so, because BO .
1feV Lorena did not let herself remember spoken. He was striding toward them ta the ralWw =
on quId Sbt1*
1; :';. < that the ford was but fifty yards higher: her his rod over his shoulder! a broad They Had Eaeaped That. mourning and filled full of sorrow'stears (By private wire to 15,1 talk:, though short wu

j .;f' op or that this special shallow reach of grin upon his flat red face. Her sunbonnet A young disciple of Blackstone who but tomorrow comes, and other d..Ca;. ['gas argument

'il: ;; the creek lay between the two lakes her faded print [rack. above had worked'his way through college *tomorrows, when time, the great healer } Denver, Colo. 0et$, 1oh& r. Harrell Introduced

0 that gave the finest fishing. They were all her present ease, had nearly made anti taken a full course, in the study of i picks up the broken tendrils of our dispatch from Pueblo; af firotrard who poke to wVis

'1'I ? : not true lakes of course-only water }him believe her some, hoidenish milkmaid law besides was making a trip through bleeding I hearts and 'sets again our a score or more pesesjj [. follows:

,'; :', ,: mirrors, still and deep. Impounded by rather than mermaid."Didn't the southwest ia search of an eligible wasted lives to the notes got peace death by bottom of[ : ?? settled, principle sad

'\\f. : ji' dams of the winter flood's building. I tell you fellows the finest location for the practice of his protes- and joy He showed how that It was out. at the works e. r' 1I1e to which I am convlawd>
:;'- Lorena did not lore them. They were fish were here in the shallows be bellowed sion. A thrifty young city, with a '1itt1e 01: no opposition LW|

'i" :T: so placid they reminded her somehqw l at the men on the bank "Never considerable body of water on one side Inside the divine plan for earth and Fuel & Iron Co..iaikt .j Yw& !tthig-for the land of tfe*

J ; of Johnny-Hind whatever did that put yet made such a catch" he added of it and a forest on the other attracted sky, birds and beasts mornings'and report makes the lasjJ]' l ,i"couatry to be divided aaaaa

'; t. '.;t her out of temper, making to fling an arm; about Lorena's. his attention and he decided to midnights, sighing and singing all to 100. The gates of tie t \ wisdom can accorapttth

t \ She loved glitter, motion excitement, waist make a few dtjs' stay there and in enter Into the pattern of our lives, been closed, and tie a a!? the people,. giving It U for ea the 4tiisjast"stare.

F It w" ecstasy to her to dance all day She evaded him, springing to one vestigate. but that God had hung over the door to divulge the number sHured. ifttiQa of this principle la U*

long and half the night after, footing side and trying to gain the bank but "Putting up" at what seemed to be of every Christian heart this consola- It&t 1 now appeal to you VBftia

i { '' !It as lightly, as featly, as wind blown the sportsmen there set up a laughing the best hotel be ate his dinner, then tion: '"All these things work together power to decide this Qees. .

thistle seed If only she could dance shout which warned her not to trust strolled Into the offlca and proceeded for them ourselves, to vote lied Net &..3
good to that love God! ARKANSAS COTTOJ
alone! 'But since that was out of the them.: Desperately she fled upstream in a careless way to interrogate the : J.ot tM constitutional AlDto4.
question she clerk. 2. The Second Thought was that dating folic drainage and re* ,
naturally preferred partc. her feet on sharp stones, but -
ners who kept step and were nimble. I never falteriag. It was sot easy to "There Is a good deal of business I God's methods often change while His Arkansas Cotton Crop 1 i of the Everglades It tie -,

Johnny was neither, yet all the time ran against the current-the rock bot- done In this town" Isn't there?" he loving purpose remains the same. It $8,000,001 seat !Is adopted the opposltioa 1M ..

she had been engaged to him he had tom was slippery In places and her asked. j was' shown from the lesson story .Trustees of the Internal lafjj.. e4k. .
Little Rock, Ark 4d dt Fund, who are endearar)
felt It his right to say, if she did not wet skirt hampered her terribly. "Yes, sir, answered the young man. how that God had first sent the prophet ? MJ: out the obligtUoa tli ht+a'ta ...

dance With him she must dance with Still she kept out of reach until she "I. one way and another there's agood' to the brook Cheritb, where he estimated by cotton In le fat will avail aa4{
Jag of business going here." lion of state fist fly = confinedno I ,. ."
on the
hardly else.
anybody was twenty yards og the ford. The had him fed by the ravens, but when .011 is entirely trains ., \I l.et -

And not at all with Granville Gore. flat faced man laughing and panting) "Healthy placa" isn't it? the brook went dry, God changed his of the past five tw: atlons and land syadtaki {star _*+*

the very prince of partners, who was after her caught her there end said as "Middling. ed the cotton crop hi [ti endeavoring acquire tVlala to+ere to
a handsome aI slender and Is there much litigation here?' base of operation and sent Elijah to for the .
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light heart- be gave her a resounding kiss; 'Po u 6000000. Of thiswoihirds purpoc i.; 4I ft db'.1
ed; with money in both pockets and a my soul Undine, it was north it. I "No, I haven't beard of any cases of Serepta where he fed from the miraculous Is attrtbstdfi; OOn, thereby enriching titer. 1<-
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r that but there's a lot of chills an' ft?$e impoverishment of tar ,
trick of spending with both hands. haven't had such a lark since. I was a meal barrel of a widow wo \ ; ;a. Z9S
i '' of the grade .
.r : Jphnny hated him. without reason so i i boy" fever and occasionally a pretty 'bad man. The method changed but the lug RTg. ,,! ..- .
:. '.',' far Lorena case of the grip." J "- At a number of p mbmltted to you wfc* i !It...' .. ct -
as could
see-at least be j I Lorena broke from him, cryla wildly ; purpose never. God started out to ." goo4 and sufficient ,
also caused peat tog '- reaew* lsisrt
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gave her no reason-only said ioU you 1 : "Granvllle! Mr, Gore! Kill this Dewey and the Powder preserve the life of his prophetagainst wlnp *j 2? of you an affirmative *... ;., ." ....
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Boy. fiat
are goin' ever to belong: to me. Lobe, f I! creature!" ng the cotton upoa>< /Deposed
Many stories have been written 'and i all the Intrigues of Ahab and $ drainage amend..' rt .
r must be barely civil to that fel- At that the men laughed louder than he bolls being catered 1 think clearly demoartr. 4
Iota" .1 told_ about Admiral Dewey and his all the ravages of famine, and he did ; 't. -.
ever. GranvIlle had discreetly disap'peared. Much of this cotton, fi FWtioa o(the Trustee to 4rata i !w to .
heroic deed at Manila but it *>
Somehow the emphasis on the last lIe was sorry for Loreaa: ; bay, none rot. Vim,, aa4 when that work to \. ......i> .
;. "word always made Lorena shiver whe\ ,also angry with her even angrier thaj! slow the kindness of heart of whichthis The career of Joseph was also men- tQ;of.I..posh of the lands for UN 'Mo...h+.t ,

she recalled It. How could she 'b tit. t\ I I wttjtf his friend of the fiat. red face modern hero Is capable as the following tioned to prove the same thing. It I the 1 people who own na4. lull
which has Just come to-'light: i HlPPILY li .11. of the law 1 it4r
when Johnny was toxixunl other f fflk There were millions back of the flat, was difficult to see God's hand in the loutor sow we* ..-
{ When the order ..
wa given to '
strip for JOur earnest W.f111.eatfoll.
the soul of kindly justice? Still she had I( red matter of co oj'*: '
face nrtlHoas that might meanf 1 action just before the battle of Manila I Joseph's brethren selling zee> of drainage 44 .
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felt knew that he was he unfair.might let If her be really know: f 1 much to Gore's future. \Vai he to risk: Bay a powder boy on the flagship accidentally him for a slave or of his imprison Mr. John W. Haakio% $ ", o it? merits.Conception. i f ",,f...

anything their help to invite everlasting chaff. dropped his coat overboard ment by Potiphar,. but when he at 31innieLowerjlO'Brien. J15 P .,....
E ,. It likewise. "II to make himself the butt of the grill 1 lIe asked permission to jump after i it last emerges from the black night of 'i ';'. Oorm I, .. .

{ It Johnny could have brought himself rooms next time he was iu town, by but was refused. In spite of the his Fla; Oct,1 .. Bering Into the d4ate 4n. .
refusal sorrow with the
to tell her the break might not have gleams of glory a4erita of
i championship of a girl a silly uountry be dropped overboard recovered October 2nd, Mr. Jai + : the drainage pr> .*3'
come. But be was too proud and mas- j in his eyes and the fadeless flowersof' iJ well COJ' .
I Ira .
i, girl, who should hare known betterthan f. his coat was caught and arrested for of Branford, and airs \ ji.. r :nt me to I t. eR*
terful tor that. Ilia wife must believein : : to herself in such ? I an eternal promise upon his brow, 3The plan of '''II'I era
put married
case :
disobedience 1t
of orders lea
k him to understand that !, I a serious offence of O'Brien, were coma to be fallullaflt ...
enoR.ch he
1 riding in the royal t- '
| Mullen he of the red face ; procession as thKing's e
; flat ,
had reasonJ'tor was in the navy, especially under this of Judge W. F. Tames' dfainage of the EverKli _
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and
everything. '
any i not a bad sort only Pull of uncouth commander. The boy was brought bo- counsellor-then the past ""''Iic-.uOl tends to treat.11 ,

Besides he was afraid of seeming envious j! spirits. Loreiia would come to no ( fore the admiral who kindly but firmly loses much of its mystery; place. 11J. the. minds of the .
J Jty's is sae .k 1M'Ot lf' w. -
and jealous! of a man so much 1 Mr. Hawkins
;." i harm. AnJ If she had sense enough to ] demanded an explanation. Breaking 3. The third part of the outline :ve n1e83. we start riM .:

richer and better looking Yoreo'er.be bt>p her moutk shut he (Gore) would into tears, the lad said the coat was that God has a way of selecting best citlzea. At ,**-, .t. Iia slbta for us to end rllIt' i asa.
did
not really know much that' see to ft that she was handsomely contained his mother's picture and he whomsoever a lucrative position-viw ) question bJ Ntara f I ., ...

could be told categorically waGore's s i made up to for her present fright But could not bear to see it lost. For once He pleases to carry out Lumber Company, of''B .)J..dos thus:
general] air and manner, conJoined His will. No one but God could have ;q of the Trustees ..
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!of courses could! not acknowledge herjjas the admiral relaxed In his discipline."Release Mrs. Lowery is one Q OIl of Ufw lC t
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to words dropped here and there, thought seriously of tke ': Everglade it
selecting { i hit
an acquaintance when she looked him" he said. "9 boy whet 'lll'pOsee. tora
that made Johnny certain he had no o widow of Serepta as the charming ladies. fita drain the eA"l '. i ..,
such a guy and had let herself g loves his mother enough to risk his proper per make thefE t .. @ar ,
will ; purpose
real reverence for feminine. They to lit.
anything
caught Iu such life for her son to keep and sustain the for opea : lit IIrt
a plight. picture cannot be kept prophet W
under drainage .
A girl any girl was fair game to him. at Branford. The 'il by CUIU" .j' !
i Lorena. noting his absence, stumbled arrest In this fleet" By her own lips we have It that she igrge canals from ..
tM
If she hadn't sense enough to look out host of friends go e e .If. ; oK
'blindly toward the bank and half fell and her are
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son 'face to reservoir .
for herself he was not bound to lookout face with ,i41Ti! Lake o#r I. 1"-
upon It, covering her with both Couture and HU Dainty PapiLAn death. ri the .......
eyes The ravages of the t means of eaT '.
for her. Yet Gore was not distinctly old pupil of Couture tells how tb* long; ,, s ,_the overflow .
hands. Mullen scrambled out of that .
bawl
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drought had I Bi 1
I rlcloua-rather. Inordinately vain. the Impoverished her and e
Lyt4 1Ile
master into his
came schoolroom ana
her and tried to lift her to her feet one CROIWERCA b 0.F M* < .,
He did not mean worse by womankind the meal and oil were almost COL. the e Ure area
day when the model was [Iu exceptionally gone, ? b7
rest jeering him pretending to say .,]tche tau".tt.Tru ''WI) .Fr
and glrlkind than to make love to them. I only one cake t the
things aside and singing In cracked good conation, the light especially more and the baking main tat.atan. ,

then ride away. Marry! Not he! :Not chorus, "Where Is my wandering boy f' flue and the circumstances of the se would cease forever and she and her Sailed on the Ollrette lett1er $- It !Is the w... ......' .
J 4 Who
the finest gfcj alive! :1 They were laughing: so loud watching ance altogether auspicious. As be entered son would yield to starvation. AntI With Party of not will dralD I kTie t tp fors
It Loren bad known that! Unknowing ,' of the student { lnake Trustees. i I.'lth' x .
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one got and I I yet God tU1
: np sends Elijah $
so Intently Johnny fell upon them likea \o this home of 1 i it ,
Tampa .. .
it, she had thought a great went to the tub of water in the ( to. PGUlble f.if ok. ;
... many times and a great things thunderbolt from blue skies. Johnny corner.: famine and distress. Indeed, he hasa party of % \Ieea '
many A large lethetor
; ,was still In clothes he had leaving all the rest buried ia their j aa Ut
working of
way .
selecting who he .
of the Granvllle pleasesto ,
fascinating In the army .
work. "What States
In fact started to the blacksmith's are you going to do? United ; t as "
three months since the break. carry out his plans and Sandal SSa'SssfTr1:
lIe had : purpose. >
asked Couture rough!.?. The
student 11 m.
shop in a mad hurry In hope of getting pa at p. I I
been away for two. of Ihem, and since Robert McAll was an Englishman eeka i
: showed his bandsrhlch the = $
i a dulled plow point sharpened. So b 14 had ome ton D. C., over and rivers its t I",".+etaaas '
I' he came home she had seen him ocly] had come tD the ford in the very nick paint on them, and replied that Be was above forty with no knowledge whatever party came In --so .: the rains Which fait ,i .''ti1Malttie .

In crowds. But he had used his eyes so of time to see that a woman was in going to wash: them. Conture dabbedhis of the French language when and embarked on.pt. ,to the Bett era On thesenatural cork "

eloquently as to set her heart wildlyfluttering. need of help and to rush to give it."Q'ntlemEIlo" thumb in soaie pant! on the palette God called him to go as a missionary mans ml ght'-Wl 3e dr t111 pr -1:1 to
But oddly enough It had Olivette at the work 01 adte. W..
of the nearest student and made to the slums of rt
a Paris.
Johnny's voice cut l likeIce : He obeyed the were'p
fluttered even more when by chane : the I The officers "i eted, the work ,.j .1 iti i ..
smear on dainty pupil's Ql
!
forehead.: call and
"you must show warrm1tor God Rim
\ me .
your gave
the had encountered Johnny, in his "You'd Better wash success, blessing Crowder. of the j jeral's s;1&t.etual ot ti... '' I U
taking a prl( oner. Unless you don yvar face: too. his labors !
working clothes driving his wagon to beyond that of any man departmentW. % _' t.be t 'u .4-
'mill He stopped short; there, his face white,,, he said. Tie f1ce.t'tihiDg was the j!before him or since his n a'rWho ers he obis I, a uu. 4 .It
.. day. Truly
last act of the students wbt"n'theY'iud of the
Butt,
hia eyes jtwq,points of flame. Even yet 1 God think N ''I' Hi
will
select
had nodded each
They barely to other tb4t
: he did not know, but a second later finished tbcir work, tot!; the i'ay. The any one who suits partment, and OP land will Bata I.a1t.rrr ....

and she had ridden fast afterward, Lorena was beside him clinging to dainty pupil:! took the. Dint! 'b heart, him* and empower blmJor the} ork commissioaarr .-. out tbf4r f' oJ t .'

4. but not; fast:enough to. get awgyf rom* him burying?her face ,in, his'rougtJ epologizcd and fat dO.1l.t_his ei.elre : ;1 It behooves us, however: tote tea slythe .1 1uil ;::111 Dot be u. a3as

jl sense that Johnny, old Johnny. l'sleeve, and sobbing out: "Johnny!! S without visiting the tol If ae.jhajl when he shall pass our: way in search ." oD, S taken ott I' T*

though hIs face was Impassive had me! Take me away!, Don't stop to. not dose She would never have enj : [. i of'men.: If we'are--ready- be print Mention Demcadvertisements. ct _; d.lr om it an '" us >, mt

turned WES in to sisht.! look after her as long as she I flgb.t, them- nly take me and go!." j tered the school again. t( ces,, ,he may call at our humble _.t._-_ ,:;; _' diitritetJoD (..., j.Mtii.t


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