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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 4, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-.......... .-... Discussed By > Was Prominent Citizen of Citrus
- kones TO Studied Sub."Deeply s pE1 County and Member of Baptist
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tom.L I press down b / Church f
IhIOd ,OB our brows.
tbeit pr...,417 I .. The last thought off

.:t _1w $O.!,lot vas that !In helping,.: crowd
Interested Floral
City, Oct. 3.
Mr. Watt
1 **.** Mny i trays help onrselres,,"; .
i I The widow : i courthouse last night / / : / Zelner a prominent citizen of this
j %.*** III f tsrtk. I' and.her* :
yap to die. Sddrass of Governor county was shot in the bowels witha
but br'dl11 __
f if h.KNi wat distinguished 38
calibre
[ other pistol by Barney Stokes.
tit with
&: tt the prophet -
Ml 1 aidLiba.4 OQl
Iiabject of the Drain- The shooting
It, "and the occurred In front of
meal
In the'
,. n... taUte a1i e4 not, neither did't 29W; ; the postofflce about 6 o'clock Monday
fall" It f) : )'Broome Introduced evening. There Is no hope for Mr..
is
eatabhsfle4- -
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1* m I atfaUota Jacksonville: as the Zelner's
recovery.. Stokes surrendered
t + t4ltd 7 tpO.. tit that "there la that "that' ',?_ he made' a shorthpwaaenthuslftstlcal to Sheriff Graham who -
happenedto
f.. lrtr and ,It tendeth to povertT,", { .
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be at his home in this
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fold amendment, / place.
more than 19. i i1 if .
II it la right'four
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s to vote for It Zelner and the Stokeses are farmers -
. Ltl_ bid' .Otri means from c od'a: wed by Hon. Sid. L. living about three miles from

f ..., rliwA! 01t atari oa the road to ,', vhie who said that t ltr : 1'Li.1 here; Trbuble has been brewing between
H'1l ... 1,4 ttrtir1k scatter means to' I Ivtded Incrmaltipligd Investigation, he bad
I and i that:the 'drainage Barney Stokes his brothersand
God
IMt 1La. !: ,, i was not only easi- Eldridge Morris_a brother-in-law -
*alf **4 roof ..1 I Iof multiplication was great' fall others the of Zelner's for several days The

IMIf ",.... of I division. Help others a'g ;'S He said he had Stokeses
have been
well armed audIt
...,., tt timid ef also be helping yoorselim J i Investigation of the
js alleged have been
for
I "t"A f and claimed that looking an
of ** mil4, tlq...,. i property the State opportunity to settle the matter for .,

t=. efffct I Score or More ftala ,so, because no .- several days. Friends of both sides
.. hit of ierTO .rr'iit private wire to E..,f advised them to settle the matter
though short was
4.sN. aw MMt (
& Co. '
neat peaceably. Morris and Zelner came
p rai **!. Denver": Colo, Oct.3 i Lj.:| ? Ilarrell''. Introduced to town and 'sent word to the Stok.

*b4* ....4'tk If "' dispatch from Pueblo#.
4 itt. fiilattt* wr a score or more personseath \ over the matter and try .to' come

1 k ft i4 .l ,wt* d by bottom of, far 1 settled principle I and to some agreement. Morris and the
.i &.* than II .aaNr out c which Jiam convincedPnel .
at the works of, t thq. Stokeses met near the postofflce about
:. [ or no opposition that J
.
,... tHfc aid ft Iron Co., In that cfi! f for the land of the dark and it seems had about settled V

teak* iav.i.f*. aid report makes the loss ot.l, y.to be'. divided, as their troubles when Zelner walked up

M ftfefl** ail to 100. The gates of the,c f irtsdonj can accomplish and pot understanding the situation

A i *l till Una,. bttD closed, and the ol .i people thill giving each made some hasty remark to which =
Y t It is for the ;
t.q **.? 11TW den to divulge the number of! i" t>tit j principle In theo Stokes replied and began' hootlng. '

L4m$ tWt eeaAti Jared f- appeal to you who -- -.- ..... __ ,-, Some say three shots were fired, others ; : y--
.., 41ptbttits.1 .. ... 1 to decide this quea- think more. Stokes was within f
.iwst o.tt" I ARKANSAS COTTOIti BL' iesto vote next Nov Mr. James Hill (old matter) paints a picture showing Uncle Sam what he's coming to. a few feet of Zelner when he shot

> fc* ran slut I GeMtitBtionalAmend- Bartholomew Minneapolis.Journal. him.: A
-A: > the drainage and re- general fight ensued. Morris ,
9 vWIMM pH IMfeHv fTMHM i ArkanBAs Cotton Crop Pi, .je Everglades: ,. If this 1 had one of the Stokes boys down

.u i MM*. .It, (6,000.000-:. t 4optei&} the opposition fire can I think safely be left to tidewater ranging from 50 to 120 tie. The stockman who is obliged to about the time of the shooting After ::

a. ...... stay Little Rock Ark. dot i of" the. Internal ImI those who settle upon It, feet wide and 10 feet deep. fence ten acres of land elsewhere to having shot Zelner Barney Stokes
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I, who'
W t ibe endeavor- "It costs $1,200 month to raise two head of cattle, and is also '
*** prtr ;pest of Drainage. per oper- went to the assistance of his brother. ?
Feasibility
estimated by cotton men iaj the obligation of
ate each dredge. Each dredge will obliged to feed them during the win-
wore| it
lion of th? state that the IS! lie.of no avail and .."In spite of the most painstaking efforts move sis cubic yards of material per ter months, needs no argument to I He placed his pistol in Morris' face
a ft;... lot rhea rains of the past five days 1 1fd \b' .tonfined entirely to to show the contrary every eng- minute, or 93,600 per month of 26 convince him that the people need demanding that he turn his brother
I
4 tkq 'It the cotton in Ark I and land syndicates ineer who has surveyed the area working days. Each dredge will cut the Everglades, where the grassgrows loose at the same time he grabbed ,
;.;1 .N 1M fib to crop wing to acquire theO agrees that it is feasible to drain it. nearly one mile of canal per monthof rich and green the year round I Morris pistol. Zelner was unarmed. .
t:4 fran tte 11,000,000. f this arnos Sir:! the purpose of Profiles of survey made from Okeech- the average width of 60 feet and is capable supporting 20 times
tale There four five of the Stokes
two-thirds is attributed to 1 by enriching them. obee to the sea by direction of Capt. "It costs $1,200 per month to oper- the number of cattle per acre. The were or
tI a .Mo. wo- lag of the grade >,:.tejMverlshment< .), of the William Black, United States Engineer ate each dredge or $635,000 for the farmer who Is accustomed to haul t to boys. No one seemed to know just

I (: ;u..t kt Ik* At number of points< : and by Capt. Gilmore, United 500 miles of canal. Add to this $300- '' market one bale of cotton worth $5 0() how the matter started nor why there
a lUted t
.4 ttr4 Mt tO to you what I States Engineer and by J. M. Krea- 000, the cost of six dredges, at an from three acres of ground whichhe was not more shooting. 5
fel III ht"tI) wind also caused great da and sufficient reasons mer, Disston's engineer all show that average of $50,000 each, and add has worked early and late to cultivate

rt .b fig the cotton fiat upon ;U P4 P.-HJ aa affirmative vote Okeechobee is 21 feet above sea level also $100,000 for repairs and the needs no argument to convincehim are without authority cannot be -
tad the bolls being covered 11 i ,drainage amendment and that no natural obstacles are in [ total cost of the waterways or man! of the necessity of opening for i questioned in face of the repeated decisions -
: Lid U did V Clearly demonstrated the of route from Okeecho drainage canals will be $1,035,000."In agricultural pursuits this vast domain
Much of this cotton, it U 1 ,__ o the Trustees way any of the Supreme Court of thee
4wlien to drain bee to the Gulf on one side and the report to his company J. M, when he reads that land on th i United States that contracts are inviolable 4 -

\ tat fife. .Iasi.tblsp. rot ___, '" of the that work Is Atlantic on the other. The fall from Kreamer estimated the cost of dig- border of the Everglades, and exactly i and of the specific decision
; > lands for the Okeechobee to the sea'Is greater than ging drainage canals at'one and six- similar in character to most' of that I of the United States Supreme Court '
Its HAPPILY wEDD ,.people who own under the fall of the St. Johns river from tenths cents per cubic yard or $112- of the inside area produces year after in the case of MeGee v. Mathis which '
.of(
the
C:$ kai Ii ibetA.trto ,. lax, 1 now subyear its to the the i637 for with small of .
source sea, although a canal 24 miles long, 150 year a amount work 'I decision held that the grant of the
"Utll earnest eonsld r- distance traversed by this natural i i feet wide and 8 feet deep. crops which are sold at prices rang land by the United States to the State

IM ...108. Mr, John W. lIawkins ftJU a merits.of.drainage and drainage way exceeds that of the I! Value of Lands When Drained. ing from $500 to $1,500 per acre. I of Florida and other obligation to.
Trustees
>i'J'r artificial drainage way the drain Is a contract.
;t rtul4fit Lo\Vel'1)! Who the Land Belongs To.
Minnie v JlctJ>tiol Corrected. propose to cut by upwards of 150 ; "In his report to his employer "The present Board of Trustees t
rtbt, of O'Brien Fla., Oct %,-O > into miles. The St. Johns river drainsan Hamilton Disston Kreamer' in 1881, "The contention of the present I has taken the position that the grants '
tf lory John W. of the dlscus- immense area with a fall much said: 'The Import duties 'on sugar for I Board of Trustees is that the United of the Legislature of the State of -
October %n d, Mr the Drainage} proof less than the fall of the from States Government intended
proposed manufacturing the never
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&!*!*** loan purposes Florida are void for want of authority
kii well z
..::a twit It.* Wo.. Branford, and Mrs. b11U( (for me to clear drainage canals from Okeecbobee to year 1847 to 1879 varied from 2 % I 1 that this large area of land, which f it 'I.over the lands granted because the
married The plan of the the For Information I to 4 cents We deeded to the State at the of }
of ''Urlen, were sea. your produce per pound. paid out request title of these lands was, In 1855 vest- ; -
r.\r2rla! u Ik* of Judge W, F, Tummoat, a-to of the be familiarly profiles made by the various for sugar and allied products during the Legislature for specific purposesset ed, irrevocably in the Trustees, who t..,
lid i .t.t pasttist.ottli ,t, k tends Everglades: engineers who have surveyed routes this period 1800000000. Our forth In the request, namely to are under contract with the Federal -
place. to create con- from Okeechobee to the sea. These western mines produced $1,700OOO- reclaim it and when that work was Government to drain and reclaim
Mr. Hawkins Is one of :aiads'ot 155 the people profiles were made under the direc- 000 or in other words, during a done to use it for the benefit of edu them and devote the residue remainIng

1 a,'. best citizen. At pres J|| s for we u's start right It tion of the following engineers: First, period of 32 years, as a nation, we cation. I say that the grantors of in their hands after the work of f _-:
*. **f .l rirrllkffMttt, I lucrative position with tf*' i to end right from Kissimmee to Okeechobee, by paid out in round numbers $100,000- this principality, greater than the reclamation has been accomplished _
...I .. hrq of Bra <> question r. by stating Capt. Deakyne, U. S. engineer 1901; 000 IN EXCESS OF THE TOTAL State of Massachusetts, had no idea to the cause of education. There
'. tW tftl4 Itl"If Lumber Company, of 0" second Lake Okeechobee to the Gulfof OUTPUT IN BULLION OF OUR that nearly two-thirds of it1 wouldbe have been in the neighborhood of
utieiiig ilt tin.( Lowery is one ; TrUstees Is for the }Mexico Capt. Wm. Black, U, S. FAMED BONANZAS OF THE WEST. given away to corporations on any 20.000.000 acres of land deeded to ; '. '
h rnarmlng ladies. .-" to JEvergUdea. It Is engineer 1887; third, Okeechobee to FOR AN ARTICLE OF CONSUMPTION pretext, even the plausible one of the State under the contract with the
14 ,114 pr.,., pot They will make their WJat p Propose drain the entire St. Lucie river, by J. 0. Fries civil EVERY POUND OF WHICH opening up the State to transportation United States Government. There are

... th propbebiro The beat) ,,' I to'open the engineer, made for the' Trustees In COULD HAVE BEEN PRODUCED by the building of highways. The now remaining in the hands of the '
'1 It tlut she Branford. with 1 th OU&Ulage! by'cutting a 1905; fourth Okeechobee to Lake FROM THE SOIL OF SOUTHERN Legislature of 1855 had no idea that Trustees, undeeded but 2,920,000acres. ,t3.
'-- t. !*** *UhU host of friends go r ".canals*" from the sea i Worth made by V. P. Keller 1891 FLORIDA," these lands could be used for any: There are still unpatented i -
A roir, Lake Oke- i for Disston Drainage Co.; fifth Oke- "But since Kreamer's report prac- other purpose than that of drainageand 200,000 acres which belong to the s y
tw of lose -, r *, the means of car- : echobee to New River, by J. M. Krea- tical farmers have settled on the land reclamation and education because Federal Government. The 17,000-

't.4 Wr and GOES 1O ow of that basin, I mer chief engineer Disston Drainage in the edge of the Everglades and that Legislature while the sub 000 acres given away illegally as I -'
i.. a1Eost loa. COL. CHOWDER') 8 for private own- Co., 1891; and by J, W. Newman, have demonstrated, by the remark- ject was fresh! put it beyond the and other Trustees construe the contract

ft" tl I baklDI -- ST;,'fo. e area. by cutting civil engineer for the Trustees In ably success they have made, that this power, as it thought of subsequent with the National Government, -
Olivette $ ;.we main canals 1905. I ask that yau carefully con- Everglades land when reclaimed is Legislatures to dispose of this land are gone with no hope of recall. .
t tliid sire aid ke Nailed on the of OflTampa ie _too_ It is the sabr sider these profiles and ask yourselfthe the richest and most fertile in the in any other manner to any personor There are legislative grants for upwards
I .a.aUtL And With Party will drain the question whether or not the feasibility world. Farmers adjacent to New persons, or corporations except for of 7,000,000 acres 'in addition e =

il 'V* t&U borne of Trib uno..) ",.a. Trustees. The of taking the water from Lake River shipped 125,000 crates of vegetables the carrying out of the object of the to the 17,000,000 already deeded by -
a Iodee8' b. bu ( omce!<" Ala Impossible; for Okeechobee to the sea can be further from Fort Lauderdale dur grant reclamation, by passing a law the Trustees or 4,000,000 acres more s
t tt.. A large party of arrlve4 -' them by af- questioned.Cost ing the season just past. The commodities which vested the title of these landsin than there is land remaining. The
1st pie tees United States army OUtlet for their raised from the sail andtransported the Trustees of the Internal Improvement beneficiaries of these grants are contending -
.MM aid parpos*. at 11 m. SundaY from .Ofriter la a natural of the Work Undertaken. on four miles of 'this Fund, which Board of in the courts with the t
P.
.1 U iigtishmaItrotl pa the .1.4hat.. ton, D. C., over e Everglades commenced work the raised from the soil and transported I its membership in administrative but though this contention has been .
party came In on two rtlna which fall on Trustees who are carrying on the on the St. Johns river, 200 miles i in I officers of the State government l going on for some years the railroads
l4t1Ege whf mans and embarked oajv. fi on these lands work for you relied upon estimatesas length. Your dredge is now in New whose successors would always be i in that are trying to get them have caress -
t> 14si a"our ,latural> drainage undertaking.. its into the glades. office. The title to these lands
y Olivette at midnight to the cost of their River: cutting way w fully avoided bringing the question .
1 .ff ririytd the were. C04 ,the work of the These estimates were made by practical Last year people of the United States vested In the Trustees by this act and to an issue. In the course of the litigation ,- -
U.. 41ItMlst, LIeu- The officers /d the' work of men learned In the computation paid out for sugar alone $13,500,000 a sacred trust was created to hold whenever it became manifest
'bit Crowder.oftheJudgeral's seal Settlers will I of the cost of such work, and Include more than the total amount received them for the benefit of the people. that the issue was about to be squarely -
of not RUB department; Capt, ." tObe( plan no less an authority than J. Di. from exports of corn wheat flour That subsequent Legislatures had no joined the railroads have invariably -- -
lit his day Truly l W. Butt, of the Quart rPl.' .rs the objection Kreamer. beef and naval stores added together. right to grant any of the lands i Included made a dilatory movement In the a ;f

tI aa1 w ko ulUMn I Capt. II, 0. .0. think as their : "But now that your dredge is at All of the sugar consumed in the In this deed of trust which case so as to get away from the issue.
M tie work i partment, and II wffl burn un!: work I do not depend upon estimates United States In one year can be lands are all of those lying south of They are afraid of it, and their only : :4
the COJIl raised small portion of the three the northern boundary of Okeechobee the litigation indefinitely -
1a.f to 1i I : but am able to give you actual. fig on a course is to delay }
read, n ures. million acres which you own in the and the Caloosachatchea river, and to try the power of
*s. Oiiy Sa iwrct.astsr b I Democrat l* taken off by "The plans Include the cutting of Everglades. One acre of land in the between the Ocean and the Gulf and wealth with its ability to defeat the -
t. 4 priU .. Mention :3 b, Wd the sav. 500 miles In round numbers of large Everglades is capable of raising and for want of this right all grants made -- .

: bolab 1e I r ttdvcrtisements. Ml <.;;w i; f\1cUon\ by drainage canal from Okeechobee to fattening for market two head of cat- by Legislatures subsequent to 1890 (Continued on page t .

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ORDINANCE No. 52.: I Deliberate. I Frichtened the-Bride,to'O atb. ,or "*1.1-' "* : : "pJ' ---.--.--
: 1 1.It j jAn B!;I> ; fW ,. ;HmI'
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of Chrastlanjit Pisek.Bohemia .'. : ... MJJ! 'r, is
-< ., ordinance to provide for the Mr. Sparks-Your husband Is a v"ryI In the Church ... \ ." -, 1t)<.. 1
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deliberate man. Isn't be? Mrs. Slow- In a marriage was about to : : t. -H. -, t !' aM ,
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levy taxes. for the year.A..D. '. -
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Anna Realm
be between
solemnized -
I f man Indeed he Is. Mrs. SparkS-Did 'W ''' ;
I'ui .M for Municipal purposes for the. City Lyon![ ever know him to do anything In aged nineteen, and' A youth: of her CONTRAGTOR'ANDPlans .. } :-_= i4.? ; ft' Cou-f,,I.i is f4 eitEL "'t

of Live Oak, Florida and to provide. JI'i I'a hurry Mrs. Slbwmah XeverJ He choice{ ;Bride and bridegroom stood aH j r* + t 1ti I led aU "" .

: a sinking fund. and for the annual j,f. plans every movement with the utmost ready before the- altar, where' ,were 'and.Specifications Firnishe4 ;' ;t .cLAY I ... t, T '.'.
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Interests on the 10000.00 bonded deliberation and lingers studiously over lighted tapers. Before the priest could < n* ) It .

$. Indebtedness of said City. I|l every detail I have often thought that unite the bridal pair one of the tapers -; reW1 of BlAte or W'" aft $,,",.'
i Be It ordained by the Mayor and, If he ever dies suddenly it will be an became suddenly extlng lshed., A loud Will assume-full charge of buildings o ereb! hireInwannee _tt fill "Of'! -
: j I awful shock to him. shriek bride and she! u4ft Urt ."*
came from the ,
the City Connell:,of the City of Live ""'
gasped "lI lne kerze 1st erloschenr: owner complete in:every,respect,. beforeis > -'*'' ... 'P8 ., .'yf'o
Oak Florida '
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Not So Very :Unexpected. ("My taper is extinguished! and sank : l "'
< Section 1, For the purpose,of securing "Ada dearest Ada., will yon be unconscious Into the arms of the bride paid me. -:_ ;<' ; ; County, e ttr..... ltucJ.MotU .
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l an equal and 'uniform rate of miner aett't
groom Immediately all attention was: ..otuesdlT eb4 ttett4
;taxation and to pay the current expenses -I i "Oh. Charles this Is so unexpected! turned to the condition of the bride. OFFICE AT FLORIDA st Hondar tn NO'130G. d+rsl lei I....,.-..
.r 'of the City of Live Oak, FIor- I 1 You must give me a little time." Several attempts were made to( 'revive NOVELnW9.. .'- ; \hepjd he.- io.. titatM "

Ida for the ensuing tax year, there "How long darlIngr'I the poor girl but in vain. The bride, PHONE 188. LIVE 0.41 .
--. shall ,be levied and collected upon I!I "Oh, I will Just call mamma. She ts in her chaplet and veil died at the altar ; tat wIlls S k'

! s; and out of the real and personal;, waiting In the next: room.**-Fliegende rails. Tle superstition. of the villages y of Sotember sitleM wEb ..
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property within the Incorporate limits -| Blatter. of the plain ts that if a lighted 5entatlve of the Secoad Q" tip

of the City of Lire Oak, Florida ,I Willing."Now taper becomes extinguished on either On October FirstTWe District oi oFlorhe( !
side of the altar the standing
t for the year A. D. 1906 the tax of 7 ," began the philosopher "take person : Vieth Coagr a
on that side of the sltar where the light : Alr'hIU.I -
the life of neighbor will handle direct
mills on the dollar. I your for Instance. Apples from totes.
He"- went out will suffer a dire calamity.- commissioners for : i.

k-i '" fund Sec.and 2. paying For providing the annual a. Interest sinking i I Td ,do it In a minute." Interrupted London Xews.-- Bananas direct from the importers, a.'ld-U.. ,to of lroad Florida.rf ea..... ..... n.' -

I the practical man. "if the law: would grade of goods are what you want we have the Supreme court pGfaaNe' tMi1 -
I on the $10,000.00 bonded Indebtedness ii
Calling Peep to Church.
!I not Interfere. He's learning to play nu....l .. 4.-
of the City of Live Oak, Florida the cornet" hen I was exuulnn: ; the church state of Florida. .
cx', ,I bells of the East of Yorkshiresome rl of the souse oAssessor U...,.. .i .. Ih
dated 28th
February 1906, there RIling We received four of o,1elrlbers,
No. :
I j just cars '
fr State o t nJ elo.. 1a :
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t shall be levied and collected upon Not ABxloa* to Please.NeptuneI years ago I came to: a little placecalled fives of the

and out ,of the real, and personal ,, say. Borers It you keep Fonlon. on the wolds between Hay and have on road 300 barrels of theF: Ian HIli Tuss4eek ;""
: oa blowing like that you'll get yourself Malton and Eridlliigtoa. It was a very of Taxes. ehtsli b otf '
d41 property within the corporate limits Flake Flour made in Nebraska the home
disliked. Boreas What do I care! ItIsn't primitive place quite cut off from the jJfn ........ 4--Ii: -'
f ; tt the of
City Live Oak, Florida for I plectar.!
I .
my business to furnish popular world the few inhabitants hardly ..
the A. D. 1906, a tax of 1.3 of Treasurer. tM etltrpora'=
year airs. r
Modern
I Sofety.BARDVIN knowing the road over the hilltop to 'I -
r;: one mill on the dollar. I I the next place northward. The diminutive Competition Candy in 30-lb-pails County Commissioaert: belils& aM ,.

+ Sec. S. This ordinance shall go building which serves as a Panatellas Anita Ferdandez and Resip .:M)lemben of the Cou"r Mat cocain ttrkt .-
'
;. into effect immediately upon its passage \ & (EDVARDS\ church Is built near the brow of the id, public InstructiOn. eM twei -
4 i- by the Council and approved by hill It has no tower bell turret or Honest Money Tobacco e of the Peace In and f 1..tMhl of Orr-- -

: i: the Mayor. BAISDEN BUILDING.. bell cat On inquiry I found that Ithad Virginia Hand picked Peanuts 1- t llol111g Justice Diatrtyo. .... -rifUa.,. ei ,. -
no bell The parson came over No. 5, No. C. N is tbe tee-------
ti: Introduced by J. L. White, memberof Phone 190. 3tro 4,
Tolu the
the City Council and passed by the on horseback now and then from a Taffy original Chewing I, No. 10. No. 11. No. U.t. at..4 ;

i4 City Council this 17th day of Sep- $4,000 outside neighboring the parish church tied opened up his the horse door ,, L.No. U, Na 15, No. Hand U,.., a-* .

tember, A. D., 1906. The A. J. Roberson BoardingHouse put on his surplice and then walked to } alU'.fn
x: Attest ; on Ohio Avenue. Twel the top of the hill and cracked his whip itstbte In and for the follow tseh scars xr -
j 1 I live Oak & Commisi .
CHAS. H. BROWN, ve rooms,. hot and cold bath, several'times, "and' then we knaves asit's Brokerage It Districts tli N'o. 1, Ne. fowl stf styes
.. 6 Ne. I, :\0.. t,, NIl.... .. .L
r" Prest, of City Council. situated in the heart of the time tI gang tl chotch. said my ,No. f. Na ,
S. P. MAYS City Clerk. town. A magnlflcleat Investment informant on the spot-London Notes -.lie .,N'tt. 10 No. 11, No. 12. No.No. ....lties. [

; :a y I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the for some one. Is paying and Queries. Wholesale Grocers, Grain and ]] I*, No 15, N
City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby 12 per cent gross. The Warehouse at old A. C. IA Freight i?. --
.;.'i certify that the above and foregoing above price includes what The Pursuit of IUpplae.. !"J1f Whereof. I bare b.ii.tet .
"What I want. said the ';
earnest citizen e
ordinance was duly and regularly furniture the owner has In the "Is to eee a state of affairs which 1111 hand and affixed tket

passed by the City Council of the City building. : : : : : : : : : : will give every man a chance to work." HOT1 Seat ot the State of Florida, 111. T ,
of Live Florida, the "Yes Iatlahassee. the Capital thta diet 1M ,'1.i -
4 Qak on 17th Nice Six-room Cottage, close answered the cheerless person ARAGON *
day of September, A. D. 1906. and in, with bath, that we will offer "but that won't give eutire satisfac vt day of September, A. D. !- z

the same is hereby certified to the :to some one at a bargain. tion. What nearly everybody Is lookIng .' r _.. corn -t ..ylt
: Mayor for his approval. for Is a chance to do nothing and tt CLAY CRAWFORD, ,
Easy terms Call at our office ...e W vt. <-
make everybody else work"-Washington AMERICAN PLAN.. tl of State.
Witness my hand and the-seal of and learn more about this cot Star. : Secretary ,--

;',. '01 said City this 17th day of September tage. : : : : : : : : : : JACKSONVILLE, FL< ;$L EJckerson Sheriff of s.. .
A. D. 1906. HU Model. >sU
Farm, one mile from the city, s e County.
ir( (Seal) containing 320 acres, eighty Critic-That villain! In your story Is "1 "

P[J S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. acres stumped and in high state a perfect masterpiece. Where did you JI d laieflttoa to Apply For Lrt: ..'......"'111 rCL1I
get the characterorelist1 I imag Rates, $2.50 and Upward. Rooms and '
4I Examined and approved of cultivation; sixty acres ten Patent. .1t
by me this
ined a man: p:)+st'!sstHl or all the formsof .
t September 17th 1906. of good timber; one eight. wickedness: which ray wife attrlb- $3OO.andUp.; :1 ler and by virtue of the laws ojit $ _4

M. E. BROOME, Mayor room dwelling, barns and all r.tes to me wht-n she I is angry.-London .. yi: of Florida, notice Is beret.y 44flieeettt*. .to<
,
necessary outbuildings, tenant Tit-Bits. Cuisine that the undersigned hate .... .. .
and Service in the
--- Unsurpassed :
houses; one pair'of good and do hereby associate tN. v!rthe "

mules, one two-horse wagon; On and Off. .. together for the ... .. ......
purport
Mrs. Ulghtone You free
are
having
trouble
; H. N. O'NEAL -
-
cane-mill and boiler PROPRIi ,
; enough $111.4 "'
Incorporated, body
with your cwat: Mrs. Hashly-: : a pa'asd .
corn and hay to feed the mules Thc first one carried on RO. Mrs.: Iljjhtout1 will on the 15th day of aM

one year. A bargain for-quick -And how about the last: ? Mr*. +0+0+0+ob+otao4o+0+o4 0+0I I ..A. D.. 1906, apply to Ile.vard .. .

purchaser. Terms: one-half Flashly-She carried ol so., I last two + Bi. I, Governor of the Bt4 w M*. > ,
cash, balance one and two dresses and a hat JUST A'Wg ? .
'
\ for letters patent f fi laeaf* gets rt.

i years. Interest 8 per cent. P I Wood I I ,-. the- "Llvo Oak Drift a owl II ." "'""
WE SELL VACANT LOTS everlnjc. ....
> i : "Jenkins Is 1 ifCotapany"! under the fatten .. -
a man of remarkable o
I' Railroad Addition;, Fruitland "' perseverance -'' I [Posed charter, the original .!r i..

s I Addition; Barton Addition and "Is her ? A 2 horse wagon load of $ Ia now oa me in the o$ .f.I_ "' 3t'

Stephens Addition. .: : : : : "Yes indeed. He has tried six dif J 18 inch wood for $1.50. About your grocens j :[retary of State, for the SM t 'f"+ '

?\ ferent kinds of hair restorer, and hehasn't i Grlda, Si tfc* v1
Real Estate and Investments should be fresh in 4f
f : ww" given up the fight yet" Furnished on Short Notice. i R. J. Taylor. 1\ ......... '
.
note i : W, J. Hillman. 1i(-, ,
No
groceries
i Where there Is '
1 1i i r THE PINK OF PERFECTION PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Is much that has much been pretension borrowed there; na- Leave orders tt M. L.Burnett&Co.O If : B. \V. llelTpostoa. i .....' .

bettedi
:+ ; in soda water is found ture never pretends.-Lavater. WIMBERLY.Y. goods, are the A. lee Eumphrryi. \ .fir eo
L.E.ROBEBSON. A.B.Sr A. __ Q Ca '1: j Chas, H. Brown pe sow',.

\- without effort in every & SMALL IF IT'S A REPUTATIONyou 0+040+0+0+O40+O+0+O+0+0+0 We look after that|! F. E. Thomaaon. tad dB
glass drawn from our immaculately POBERSON& .
Walter J. ..... sa Nelseee4
are after, White's Cream Ver carefully,.. Brysoa.
business y
' clean foun
f
k'
mifuge has world The Great HeadacHe Cure i J. C. Baisden. *
a wide reputationas :
; tain. What's,your prime ATTORNEYS -:- AT -:- LAW. the best of all worm destroyers, that our stock d F. II. Bremer. Ball ..

favorite in flavors? Haveit Will do general practice in State and and for its tonic influence on weak Bromo. sin '.$ V\ T. 8. Baisden. ,..... .
Pep .,... t
? Syrups sweet, water Federal Courts. t nd untrifty children. It Improves fresh. .- t Charter: of "The Life Gkfefek "
""
;. clean, pure and scientifically ROOMS AND 3 [UF-STAIBS]. Lcwro: lMLDL o. their digestion and assimilation of "Note the Word Pepsin." tell I & Supply Company. FlsrtieTM4a .
THONB No.190. their food We cannot
strengthens their
carbonated, vhyshouldn't LIVE OAK. nervous i taderslgned hereby associate U.'. u. "
: : FLORIDA.
.- system and restores them to Headache. tedlgestlcs. hay ;1e'Tea together
all we for
the
our sodas suit G U R E S space what purpose .a.ul r
health and vigor natural to a chiM. lnsomalli )Kemusaess ??!3 a corporation under' tH:
:
M. DIXON '
"
!
everybody L. It you a botle want of a White's healthy:: Cream, !happy Vermi childgot On the Spot. in and see us, or to"a klewiag 1X! the> State of Florida, under esis.a .....*.,t. .

proposed charter .,
: visit k.* .
City Pharmacy DENTIST. fuge. So Opiates Absolutely Harmless your needs. .:". and Place of Du1ana.t .f Uok .. t"-
Sold by Snwannco Co.
Drug and 85;
ORTODONTIA, : CROWN : AND : BRIDGEWORK all Druggists. iU Dnigiitt. 10.. 25*, u< SOt PHONE ARTICLE I. Jot.4.a-
PHONE 73 I r. .z i :t1oa 1The name of the eor rho!
SPECIALTIES. II
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.-.....--...-- -- -- -- Por S.l. By I .;:. Atllbe ""The Lire Oak tH6M., ,

WAIL PAPERWhen The City Pharmacy 'MAYS BR .t Supply Company... Oak lam'd.U.e -

Just Receivedat ii[ M.E.. BROOME, .,.,.t The principal place of J -
wanting Wall Paper, call cn LIVE OAK, FLA. DEW ."' of the corporation hall be S's ...1. '

4123trwivr. FREE -CUr of Lire Oak et tk. ,...' ,
Florida In Bawan&e *
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT L.\w. Book Supply Co. .
florida
THE: BAND BOX .. ; but the corporation ....
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LIVE OAK : FLORIDA.Win .. .,,- ....., -- dare the I 4
Always a nice in stock.Don't "" .M .11 right to estabttta

practic in an the courts of the State. Special : TWICE lq&t any pout. within the gul .
New Fancy Waists in attention given to Conveyances Cclltcticm Q ci1 fyi '"', d&. ;ii ttt"t
of Reals, Etc. AU business promptly attendedta. i -
Have Your
1; silk, lace net and nuns- .KOTAIT FCBLIC STATE AT LAKCI. Cart Lg y J}\\V! AS .\ ,.. .;:Nature of The Business to I+f Ia4et .. '.
Be the e.'itt. -
veiling. ,Work Butchered MANY Transacted. .
.
l1.ff< Jj\ ; jMt .
C.S. BBOWN. F.E.Tao wo N I }: ARTICLE

Ready-to-wear: Hats, & THOMASON, At the Mill! . :t.VSPtf \ $ Goo e&sonS'" ..:i 1. The general II, nature ..f .stiles. a'rwt.'

for ladies and children BROWN t ;.'\\ { K .S ,,'"en to be transacted ty the Lave.r ... .

; for early Fall wear. .t ,; i U Exp2cte 1 1f ,-::1l&1t! a than be to buy, ..... 1


Kid Gloves, elbow LIVE PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, I m 1M Tllllbef r Carl n M MI Man '", 'f when why you the baby ibocld fir st watch cam }-.I 'riek bay; Ud,and cement manufacture, atone aM all. .,..,&H'.. '"

OAK. ; : ; FLORIDA. the little ailments." sell and mu,,'". I
length. \ 'l11da'
!
I .
Little things grow to big! of building sateriaL I .

New Muslin Under- DR. J. things in the baby's we. All bab i emu, household f"lt..1 rvai.r.
W. WEST ii.uo
Build them under a Guarantee. and big can be; averted by keeping It pelt' : i to hold, .
in beautiful l de- i :a.. McGES'S; BABY }:r TXTR. i" bay Mil orA f *t *
wear Physician and Surgeon. Have Built Hundreds and It j Otherwise I .. .
' keeps the itojaaci and bowel Takei tfi ;j engage in ad ti Eto
signs. am Building more erery day. ; away from teething! time. Makfa LEAN babies &t tattle" to bay and ttli JIM t
Office Carroll Building Ohio Avenue. babies
: 4eat
well. Pl-asant: to take. Good for dellesieacic tQ aU .
'Iecit of .
*
For Best Prices Write r *
try
Residency at Ethel Hotel atoaacha. S3 cents and 60 cents bottle $t Ted l and cbatteR 1J
.... ; to ,ter I siii
Pbonea-Cmc.1 N\Io 163.Re.idenoe (0 :, !
Mrs. E. N. Lawler. .N..Z3.r 161. w. H. ADKISON, 1.er&l wboleeasle: N' ,.. } <*- .
Inn Store (Barclay 4 Gr.over)1a 1t business to boy rNt Yot.
k r o sex .,*. 4. TALLAHASSEE, ft* LIVE OAK DRUG Cam 0 f
4rr
4 -' goods, 1f9C1 ; I et
untloDJ, garniture tuthar4er r. '"
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-- ---. ; .' ( y ., Lw14r0AIC.! ." DAHiT-. EOCRlTTHUIISDAY", }OCTO EER- 4- .' ; ,.
; ;<- ,.,.1$ ,
it
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E. ,0
I llUMPER. '/ ... ;
tiex.;' hardware' and. to have' all power, necessary 'O! !:!.:

: ; and incident.to, a general ,
ROTOR AND"tbtI rce County, wholesale and'retaUbustaess; ,to deal t .!? x_.

:; lgloridst in stocks, bonds notes, ,mortgagesand r


,MMMUBMMMMMMMPMM d Spwifefttions MM Furnished on i21-L' ; CLAY Sec.all 2.evidences The corporation of indebtedness.shall have UERABE SKATING : -Y

M _
M
a.star of State of and enjoy all power, rights and priv- \

10 full ewe of building,: trim : : ,do berebr give ileges of corporations; of''this class
under the laws of the State of Flori _
flic -
In -,
edgy respect before: : ';'
,alt,:' JEUctlonntrannee da., 'To sue and be. sued. in its corporate ,

't capacity; to contract and be
-,: ) County,
[
contracted with; to issue certificates,
;on Tuesday nexter stocks and bonds for the corporation; FRIDAY NIGHT October 5th"-
:- in Nov1966 _
-
ICE AT FLORIDA t",Monday
I NOVELTY wOF to deal In Judgments and decrees and ,

; the said Tues- to, do all those things not inconsistent .

LIVE OAKJF with its charter and not inconsistent : ".. ", '

.... "'-, ftil" November with the corporate laws of 'V
__ Doors Open atO'clock /V" _
j. : '
atatire of the Second the said State of Florida. p.m. : : iV
tober FIrst ol Florida .- :
t District 1
'., riieongress': ,of the Capital Stock.ARTICLE j' ,'. { ______

hAndle Apples direct from N III.

tt from the "atKJommlssioners( : for Section 1. The amount of the
| importers, and i f"" ,
Florida. capital stock authorized by the corporation -
f V
!* are what you want we have No one will be admitted floorTV.: V.-
.the the i.'Supreme Court shall be Sixteen Thousand, on the ;

'or Florida. ($16,000)) dollars, .divided Into One

mtired four cars of No. 1 Newe --ebers, 'of the House of Hundred and Sixty Shares of the par unless in costume and masked before'1 f h : '

2of': the State, of value of One Hundred (100.00) dol-
road 300 barrels .>
< m of the Fa lars each. Ten per cent. of said capital ,

[sftde in Nebraska' the home of Wl!, sor of Taxes. stock shall be paid for: in''' cash, or 9:30: o'clock when all will unmask at' V

-._ ',.J.:{ collaterals equivalent to cash, before

ltbn!; Candy in 30-lb,pails 'F' asnrer.tjCommiasioners.: business the corporation, and the balance shall transact of said capital any- sound of gong :' : : : : : : : i:': V i

Eat Anita Ferdandez and Resago1 is &' berg of the County stock shall be paid in at such : ,< _V

Uofl biic-Instractlon, time and ia such manner as the .:-
Tobacco :; "
y >. tie! Peace in and for Board of Directors may require. And '

4 nod picked Peanuts \. :-Justice Districts, certificates of stock shall be issuedto : ,. I

I Wa the originnl No, i,No. 5, No. 6, No. the respective stock holders upon '
Chewing Gum m PrizesWi1l"
._ ]0No.:; 11, No. 12, the payment of ten per cent. of the Four Be Awarded .
:
... .
-
''if No. 16 andIn I
IIINo-15, capItal stock by said stock holdersas

represented by shares held by
hiherage S Commisl '-" and,for the follow- each 'stock' holder so' paying. The

iets.Tiz:' !{o. 1, Ne. form of said certificate shall be pre- I

____' 1;!'o. 5, Ne. 6, No. 7, scribed by the by-laws of the cor- for

$dak kecers, Grain and t.; ".'19 No..ll.- No. 12, No. poration.The 1st prize: Most Graceful Skater ,

Nay, !}Na .16, No., 16 and
Term For Which The Corpora-

tt A. Cl h Freight depot t. J-.Whereof I have here- tion Shall Exist. 2nd prize for Prettiest Fancy Costume- '. I V I: : 4

Und and affixed the ARTICLE IV. ,

of f the State of Florida Section 1. The corporation shall

GON -t ', .the Capital, thiswt exist and continue for a period of 3rd prize for Most Comcial Costume V _: .

HOT September- A. D.'CLAY Ninety-nine years unless sooner dissolved _
'
according to law. VV
;y t 4th prize for Least Graceful Skater
,,:' CRAWFORD, V
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AFRICAN Officers Which The Business is
PLAN by to .
"'' Secretary of 'State.brson V_ _
-.I:' Be Transacted. _
IVILLE, FLOW ,Sheriff of Saty. _____...._______ f
ARTICLE V. .

Section 1. The business of the

|tad Upward. Rooms and Privatl _a i to Apply For Let corporation shall be,conducted by and Admission lOc Skates' 15c for }
: evening" k k.y
S3.00.and ;Up. [;tew- fat nt. under the control and managementof -

bl rirtne of the laws ofFlorida a Board of five directors, a president

E notice is hereby rice president, secretary, .

Sink Uisirpassed in (be So; --"!:undersigned have as- treasurer and a gen-eral man- :
'' .
< do' hereby associate ager. Provided that the offices
'
'< I
fEAL PROPRIE' ether for the, purpose of 'secretary and treasurer, may

e Iscorporated. a body po- be filled by one and the same person;
THE AUDITORIUM V
.. pa, the 19th day of and provided that the number of
--
:-1806, apply to Hon. directors may be, changed from time *! -.

.TtUsir I d;.Governor of the State to time by the laws of the corporation .

iiiinIaiIot :te 'letters patent incor- provided that there shall be Porter and Dexter, Proprietors. \ V
'
II _,,11 IJve Oak Brick ,and at no time less than three, directorsnor '.

I I -0_ 1 under the followlelarter more than'five. I -oo

;the'orlgi 1al of Sec. 2. All of said directors and ...- ...-
.
I About :; on file,in the office of officers shall be chosen from ameng I
groceries
4Iur'1.60. & your ,"7'of State, for the State the stock holders of the corporationat da, 5 shares.A. MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS I 16th, 17th and 18th, Final

Mould be fresh in all s-: :r, 'F, -. the annual meetings of the stock Lee Humphreys, Lire Oak, Florida -ATEXTREMELY return limit October 30th. By
htt ,...... I ttL '
"Jo. : in LOW RATES depositing ticket with Special '
: R. J. Taylor. holders to be held the City of Live 25 shares.

No groceries, not *even-. .':&t.W,J.ilIntJin. Oak, Florida, on the first Tuesdayin F. E. Thomason, Live Oak, Florida -I -VIASouthern Agent, Memphis, and payingfee
...... .
A r..
; of 59
f .: cents an extension .
B. November each stock
W. Helvenston.A. of each year, 5 shares.
: goods, are the betterforj he of return limit can be secured
axe Lee Humphreys.vCtas. holder having as many votes as !
5Wo Walter J. Bryson, Lire Oak, FlorIda Railway
until November 30, 1906. v
I ; for in the
has corporationand
H. Brown. shares paid <
look after that partj 10 shares.
:" 1"y\ E;; Thomason. until the next said annual elec- !, Daily to September :20th! round ,
Chas. H. Brown, Live Oak, Florida FROM JACKSONVILLE
-
business carefully, b : : )fitter J. Bryson. tion, and until their successors are -,- trip summer: tourist tickets will be ,
*-- 25 shares.T. Francisco and Los An sale to various Full Information ;
Get :: *:
that our stock will all ':"'-' F. H. Bremer. shall ba T. S. Baisden, of Live Oak,, S. Baisden, Lire Oak, Florida, geles, One Way (second class) schedules, time tables, ,

sin ; -.y T. 8.B&isden. Florida; C. H. Brown, of Live Oak;, 5 shares.J. Tickets on sale daily, Sept. Into etc., will be furnished promptly, on' V'' ,

I fresh. JiVe ,'of-"The Live Oak Florida; F. H. Bremer, of Live Oak C. Baisden, Lire Oak, Florida, October 3?. application to 1 1t .y

..4 P'aN' : U* .r Florida; R. J.- Taylor, of Live Oak 10 shares. Many other attractive rates. I G. E. HERRING, ; ;
\ cannot tell yon; -:Supply company. Florida; and A. Lee Humphreys, oLive R. J. Taylor.W. For further information apply to Fla. Pass. Agent, L. & N. R. R., 4 "

._ .. pied hereby associate Oak, Florida; and until the next J. K. McCALL, No. 118 W. Cay St., '
pace what, all we have| __.,!Ogether-for the J. HillmaB. I \. .v
tI purpose JACKSONVILLE FLA.
hi their
,., iuu E a Corporation under the, annual election and until suc- B. W. Helrenston. City Passenger and Ticket AI:?ut. ,
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..... In and see us, or telep t1,;" "*.;J&at'. ,It'of Florida, under cessors S. Baisden are ,elected of Live and Oak qualified., Florida T., A. Lee Humphreys. District JAMES Passenger FREEMAN..\gt'ntI I I The Woman's Club. c

..... ,. kacs ... your needs. V#",!I nd, Race proposed of charter: shall be president;_B._ W._ Helvenston u Chas II. Brow I I :10S West Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla. The first regular meeting of TheWoman's
Bnsines of Live Oak, Florida, shall be vice- Thomason.
F. E.
Phone 713.
tr
.... ... ... PHONE 85 || RTICLE L president; A. Lee Humphreys, of Live Club will be held at the ;
4 Walter J. Bryson. residence of Mrs. C. B. Farrell, Sat-
$. ir", xTe same of the cor- Oak, Florida, shall be secretary and LOW ROUND TRIP RITES ,
be The Live Oak treasurer and F. H. Bremer, of Live J. C. Baisden. >ia. urday, October 6, at three o'clock''

"' 101 MAYSBEFREE bit Company ,Oak, Florida, general manager. The' F. H. Bremer. I p.m. i V
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R.
dh fU. Principal place of i duties of the said officers and directors T. S. Baisden. n'l The Executive Board meeting will 1

DELIVER the i corporation shall be shall be prescribed by the bylawsof STATE OF FLORIDA, !The Louisville & Nashville I be held at 2:30 p. m. sharp, and a : +

Uw i Oak la Buwannee the corporation. road will sell round-trip tickets from meeting of the Social, Musical and .

il.but the corporation Suwannee County. Jacksonville to points shown on dates I I Philanthropic Committees at 2:45p. a
Limit of Indebtedness.
I.I/ -TI .' 'aright to establish Before me personally came F. H. indicated. Proportionately low rates m.

rVVTCB //t el) :iwjpoiat within the State ARTICLE VI. Bremer, R. J. Taylor, W. J. Hillman, from other points: It is very important that each mem- -

- Section 1. The highest amountof B. W. Helvenston A. Lee Humphreys, $32.20-Dallas, Texas, and return. ber of the Club to be present.
-
'ot.Tae Business to indebtedness or liability to which Tickets sold October 6th aad MRS. WILLIAM F. WASDIN,

MrNYd' & the corporation may at any time sub- F. E. Thomason, Walter J. Bryson 7th. Final return limit 21 Corr. Secretary. ; t< > .
; sated Chas. H. Brown and T. S. Baisden,
ject Itself shall not exceed twice the days from date of sale.
TIcLR II, of the to me all well known, and known to A Young Mother at 70. i
amount of the capital stock
eiasons The'general me to be the persons described in, $32.80-Buffalo, N. Y., and return.
nature of corporation. "My mother has suddenly been tlr
I ast and who subscribed to and executedthe Tickets sold October 10th,
Je transacted fey the Names and Residences of the Subscribing 11th and 12th. Final return of '
made young at 70. Twenty years
; "" foregoing articles for proposed ;
\ a&\1 p2ctcr4lIbyllrstceote ; ; be to buy, sell, Incorporators and the -
limit, leaving Buffalo October had t ,
rid charter for "The Lire Oak Brick & intense suffering from dyspepsia : ,
"' manufacture all Xnmber of Shares Subscribed For
19th, 1906.
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a
--'> /'!.\7 cement. stone Supply Company," and who severally t entirely disabled her, until six months '

n. J.14flt" .bogie almentt.% wnkh" d I Mil and man ufac-and By Each.ARTICLE VII. acknowledge before me that they executed $19.60-New Orleans, La., and re ago, when she began taking Electric + :-

1.:.hI IZw to bIg -, :$ Funding of the same for tie use and pur- tprn. Tickets on sale Oct- Bitters, which have completely cured
: material, Section 1. The names, places
tt. Is __ bUT-, W.. All b.blal household poses therein expressed.In ober 12th to 15th, inclusive. her and restored the strength and
td lit... furniture, the amount of capital
residence and
.. 'r 1e.plag 1&ID p.rfect .:;: k l)1o1d witness whereof, I have hereunto Final return limit October 30, activity she had in the prime of life,"
14 *4', SiEABY JU nt. ,i, )ibuy, sell or stock of the subscribing Incorporators '
and official seal in 1906. By depositing ticket. L. Gilpatrick of
4& set my hand writes Mrs. W.
I4 .... all .
kw.tt tlcD t. Takeo engage in and are as !follows to wit:
'1.... fat. It Live Oak, Suwannee County Florida, with Special Agent, New Or- Danforth, Me. Greatest restorative's
tkg LAY> babies set t.buy had sell Live Oak, Florida,
:''a 4.. 6eo4 for dentate we ill and F. H. Bremer, this 17th day of September A. D., leans, and paying fee of 50c,.. medicine on the globe. Sets Stomach,
.. "'+sM w4 Ie tsote bottle at yore kinds of perr4'.chatteis 20 shares.R. 1906. an extension of return limit Liver and Kidneys right purifies the
; to en- J. Taylor, Live Oak, Florida, I '
wholesale (Seal) J. F. HARRELL, can be secured until November blood, and cures Malaria, Biliousness '
and re- 45 shares. Notary Public.My 30, 1906. and Weakness. Wonderful Nerve
OAK :DRUG COMP "ifnra,- to buy and W. J. Hlllman, Live Oak, Florida, '
t'gooda. .commission expires Jtly 13th, $17.63-Memi his, Tenn., and return. Tonic. Price 50c. Guaranteed by -
groceries, 10 shares.
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ifr I' Tickets sold October 15th, Barclay & Groover Drug Store.iY:7' .
;tarniture, and B. W. Heltenstoa. Live Oak Flori- 1117.
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YLIVE OAK ILY'DEMOCMT, : } : ;7- : : r' j"
:.& leafs ,Hotwhich, we forget to mention -] '{ ; ,'. I. ft-- ..
I the other :day; In ;our summing Editor Democrat-Plente .allow DOWLING' """ s.
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valuable to .
.I up of the reattlonary benefits o(hat me space in. your .

a EXCEPT SUNDAY. tragic affair, is that the Atlanta Journal say to:those concerned,that. the build- I" wIi1' I 1M t "-

j : J: P. SHERWOOD, Editor and :Mgr. ,has gone 'back to thegood f old i ing committee tor" ,th 'farmerst cotton i Y. DOWN UPC* THE 61wAtNeEE. ';;"! t ? ;


I F._ THE LIVE:OAK PD8L1SHI8G COHP pi. And 13-em oh measure, if we could on its make editorial,the Journal page._ Seaboard warehouse Air Is' .stillwaiting Line Railroad for on contract the [Mineral Springs, Hotel: nti rJ1): ..-) ,tJ"1Itf .M'..". 11f .\.t

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realize how much safer and san1 I 1 to the lot for th1t building. They i .-.". .
HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE.. t'tit'err'r' 1 '
Entered at the pdst-ofBce Lire er, how much sweeter and more I wire that It will be on in a day or WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BOWLING ALLEYS. BILLIARDTtttgp l -

Oak. Florida as! Second Class Mail toothsome. how much,more luminous J 1 two, but as,yet it has not showed up.We PHONE CONNECTIONS WELL EQUIPPED STABLES.: SHADY. Wfc, ... .... 1'I. ;-

Matter,. November 7, 1905. and satisfying and 1n.8tructl'ea.n: entertaining .are quite 'sure that it will be in ---- It ... '"' -
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REASONABLE
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4I and conducive to phlloso-,every way satisfactory, still"we rather: JBSBSSSjj3" t iniertc? 1 ,* : '-

phlc calm and intellectual jOY not start the building until 'we have on nt. -0 : ,
;'HE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be "
lll w .. ..
: mailed to any part of the United in the reader's mind atone time-Its I t the lease' In hand and see that' it is ADDRESS, PflRK\ HOTEk i DOWLING(l PfiRK.\ ; F[( .rF.. "..!..- 'a' t-I. ,

.., States, postage prepaid, for $5.00 fine editorial thoughts are now than ]properly and fairly worded. We exceedingly ii-petTered

r; per year; $2.50 for six months; when they were blazoned like circus regret that we are delayedso Zandore.l1us I f'W <

i' $1.25..for three months, or posters in double arid triple measure long as ,the season Is getting very :';- -. wN .. ipy ,_.. : .

50cents for fire weeks, in advance. and display type, it would never nonever ]late, but even if we had the railroad Live Oak M'f'g. of EllsTtl1t nJJht.,'" ;c .aes4 ..

t Delivered to any part of the city again go back to the old Sen-t!!lease we.. are unable to get brick as N$Oak last. .....,,;,:

by carrier for lit cents per week. atlonal yellow style. True greatness ,, 1 the plant here has been broken down ::.!:; ,........- CU* .u j" nt .....tMf.I' .

:: I generally goes with modesty and the i for two weeks and other places say Manufacturers of ? of Lake "

simple life, .and the 13-em measureof I t that they have more orders than they } soak this ptornilig. .. ,
I a DEMOCRATIC NOML EB. I .. ... -- > ;
i. : -.t, our daddies stands for both in this i can supply, so it is plain to be seen Lumber Shingles Ice ... ,
Electrf! down WtheJCity Ut-J ... .. <
i; For Member of Congress, 2nd Congressional i brazen,gairish age. t that this delay is unavoidable. lie went
District: bust a.trtJ.I'.... "' .
I I tam advised to day however, that 0raing on a .
FRANK CLARK of Cotmn5ia.r Power and Turpentine! .,4iIIIt... ia '-
# The most effective part of Governor -'we will be able to get brick by Mon .
n.- '"
For Justice of the Supreme Court Broward's speech at the courthouse next and and t Iteslatt
day we hope expect
CHAS. B. PARKH1I.L.of Escambia. : Electric Lights in any part of the city furnisbedf} restaurant Ia tli#'
last night-and he was real the lease for the land by that time. white
r JAMES B.WHITFIELO. of Leon. .. s
ly eloquent: then-was, when he said I will say to our farmer friends that or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate "Eleelj ; .
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For Railroad Commissioner "And, they is' Broward to the market to be'picking -
say what seems up and night current-for manufacturing ,-.,
NEWTON A. BUTCH of Levy.R. day p JacbOarlUt. tUa )bt_, ..
make out of this drainage proposition and I don't think that this delay will parish, of
.HUDSON BURR cf Dade. and retail Ice-out of orders U" Oak yerno _ItIU wm '"
Wholesale
feuI If the amendment carries? I answer injure them} in the least. I think City have5 .) visitors to
For Member House of Representatives: 'l.bw_ tan
W. R. DORMAN. that he is to win the plaudit of. thepeople that good and well-prepared cotton lion, and all o>ders promptly filled. ; n.

W.H. McCLELLAN, of Florida who elected him will bring a fancy price this year. '"'" wiiW
Halt of Ocala 1 Hfft. *
.41 For Tax their Governor-'well done, good Very respectfully, !. ){rS. R. a.
Assessor .
u: Rosin ye"4t1 1't 4nfI.C \
7= A. D. HEMML G.t and faithful servant;' and that is all CHAS. H. BROWN., for a few
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; tie.wants to make out of it. You can r : F' OQJ1.
1. For Tax Collector C .....,. ;-
J. N, MEEKS write that down. We believe that Notice. -
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a the people generally give the Gov- LIVE OAK .'II. licKlnnon of
For CauntyTreaearer: The Suwannee Baptist Association last night aDd Tt ernor credit for entire rectitude of the city
? :; G. B. LORD. will convene with the First Baptist .. ;

i For Member of School'Board: purpose, and-barring the naturaj), church of Live Oak on Thursday (at "the EtheL. .... t 4M -

M. A. ADAMS.H. l laudable ambition to associate his 11 o'clock'. m.) before third Sunday PUBLISHING:;. J. L. Lee r.t......! ** ,
M. CARVER. name in the history of the State with d Mrs.
in October.All from a"yL at.ert, 0 .....11 #::5' _
ii E. R. WISE. a great public enterprise carried to aT afternoon
churches are requested to have ...fI tIN (;>
COMP/: White.
:' successful completion-that his motives -
F. For Member Board County Commissioners: delegates, on hand at opening session I .
n M. L. BURNETT. are unselfish in advocating the t ..... ..., INN t.I. < I Ie
/ and to remain during association. )* b...... ... aitttq fII! "
4r v J. C. DAVIS.J adoption of the drainage amendment.But Ktlpson, a prominent
H. GRANT. Also to have their letters in the handsof In the dry we IMe 4!
this does not preclude a difference tvkldosta. was
J 1 W A. TISON.J. clerk not'later than 12 o'clock first
\ of with him the subject thin mornlnf.
opinion on hours
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J. DEMPSEY. day. An early and regular attendance ,
t'"
j and he should give to those who ...

I f The anti-drainage-- do not agree with him on a question with prove" your zeal for the"Master's Book News a' frIfci.I: J. Carter returned ,...., .... ... ;,
te meeting called cause. wtt..A
Perrrj fief Ire
i In which abundant cause can be found Kifternocn( from
,
for next Saturday night in Jackson ROBT. R, BROWN Clerk. .
ft rL: for opposing convictions, an equal j been attending court .J MI;:
Tille'has been declared off becauseCongressman ... .
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credit for integrity of motive unless BiM ..
Clark, who was to have Notice. i ... ..... '
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promlneala&a
he can clearly show the contrary I CommerciaPrinters lw.l" Merrett a .
;; been the leading speaker on that occasion tW.c ....
Pine wa a
Grove
:' Campmeeting will be of Jacksonville. -ML--
U ;: is sick and cannot be present.
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j \: Augusta, Georgia is a representative gin Friday: October 26, 1906, at 7' ,tbs!city yesterday afteraosa.and
o'clock : Rev. Thos. J. Nor .i' tills ..
p .m. -
f I \ To reconcile your differences with Southern city and it is significant '
worthy, Evangelist, and his singer and tried friend of titDeWitt's .. .
last
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that Tuesday the white and
? out into
going court !is much the best ,
from Early IUHft l lfi. ... OF
.Jacksonville, will be present Little .
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j way, and its superority-has just been colored ministers there met in friend .
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throughout the entire meeting and J Sold by City Pbarra*. b pite+
conference
ly to discuss the issue
i R illustrated by the agreement reachedas race
render assistance. ...... .-
valuable iUmstead-- -
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to wharfage rates at Jacksonville and agree upon some policy that { .
between the lumbermen and the railroads would help to discourage crime Rev. j. P. Hllburn, P. E., will be .. (W. one of the I,***. t. d....... -

present to; direct and assist !in all' farmers of the Pine Grove seer ... .-
without invoking) th interven among the deproved negro element No Job too' large and none too small J for Ito
lion of the Railroad Commission. and bring about co-operation, of the affairs of this great meeting. rat in the city this morslag.1t -3 F-

the good people of both races to that Some other strong and efficient ministers handle. in the Prinfi t ta ,- -
; of the gospel will preach and Everything > i 1. It Rickerson left Ifcfc ...... .- --
The Governor has improved in his end. The dispatch( says that the session .1
labor in this meeting. A cordial Invitation gait for Brooksville to set ft .... .. .-
oratory with practice. His speech at lasted several hours and many line within limit.:
a comes
the last I important resolutions is extended to ministers an our : r Sheri! Law has for him tHft;. ,,""c
courthouse night was a much were adopted
of all Christian ._. .
laymen denominations yf
clearer presentation of his side of the which it is believed, will greatly promote
{ drainage issue than his address hereon harmony between the races in to be present and take part in WE MAKE A SPECIALTY, OF MAIL ORDEROUR PHil k M,. delivered on a lpt3iAea'a .Me "

every service. OJ length, pine or hrdw.*. :A
that subject some months ago. Augusta and vicinity. It is hoped the .. -
Come, get a blessing and make ij it t tIRt
r. McGriff Phone It. r
Elsewhere in the Democrat will be action will lead to similar action i in '
yourself a blessing to others! Ji ,:
found a full synopsis of the speech other southern centers. Negro mini ...

which will be interesting reading for sters carry a very large influence with A special invitation Is given to STOCK of Bond, Linen and Rag papers b_. L Powers are tBklf a
those who desire conversion. Come, of Red Band Brand ..,.. 9
i those who want to inform themselvesof their race. They are something more the largest carried in Florida, and with f

? Governor Broward's side of tte: than spiritual guides-they are teach ing let us from lead a you distance to Christ.on Sunday Those com will I equipped modern Printing Plant, new type, and ai@ r cent per. pound. N {s

contention.As .ers and leaders along more material
do well to bring a lunch, as no restaurant printers we can furnish you with Stationery as f; !laiA 1e r'e"
lines, and in all racial issues large -""

e a matter of information the and small their people look to them will be run. and prompt as any establishment in the South. Ajj EE. McNeil and baby re4....1,....f,...

T. L. Z. BARR P. C. willconvince Ms morning from Jasper .. tie
Democrat would like to know if it for counsel and instruction. If they : f

; is a fact that in the counties comprising are wise and conservative in that relation SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES FUIN1S11EDU\'APPL1CaTOl[ dare e_ been visiting Mr. NirWe ;, .... *4" -
of the Teachers' .
Program
the drainage district, the candi they can do immense good i in Tri-County : k.. tt "! I '

k, dates for the Legislature in the recent promoting harmony between the Institute to Be Held at Jasper I,LI. --

i Democratic primaries who favored white and colored people; and on the October 20, 1906. }s ::' Lee! formerly a aewe......rof .>Utlr H

,. draining the Everglades other hand they can do enormous in Perry, who was in the ..S. t '*t..
were
each and every one defeated by the jury if they are intemperate and vin 10:00: a. m.-Song and Prayer. LlV[ OAK PUBLISH col ,."dar. went down to Lake '...... I > .

I voters of their respective counties, dictive in their leadership. The suppression 10:15: to 10:30-Selections. from 'I nosing. ...h .;. .

and that the successful candidates of crime should be nowherean wa ....!it.
Byron (all).
were known to be opposed to the issue among decent*people of any 10:30: to 11:00-Morals and Manners LIVE OAK, FLORIDA -t; &, A. B. Small returned to LaM ......t*$

: drainage: scheme! color. The sentiment of the good and ,i:yesterday afternoon lit .'M h. n-at ..

worthy of both races should be solid I'rell. in Our Schools.-Prof. A,-B. Jar-
Under, date of September 30, hit ss on that subject; but here in the I 11:00 to 11:30-Spelling and t} sing court. 0s4Tire .

Sara E. Harris writes to the OcalaBanner South we know from sore experience I' --
Language In the Primary Grades.- Int'"e"e
the that the do not Poisonis ; JOur groceries from Sarrrwfand l.
following, which is good I negroes co-operate )|Miss Mizelle. Blood

news for the press gang generally f in with the whites, even in aiding in the j 11:30 to 12:00-Number Work.- Bcda. results from chronic t !t'' get a chant* .t lh* tieg- "-

Florida, and a great many others: capture of the vilest of negro cram- I Miss Fields.' Every one has noticed how when a which is quickly cured WP;.] 4, ,u1 hand painted china. Y 1lti IMilo ,

"Saturday morning Mr. and Mr inals-those who assault white women -} large branch of a tree is cut off, small New Life Pills. They *JJ b e a lucky one. .... q. ,
s | 12:00() to 1:30-Noon recess. bncches will shoot out i '
George W. Wilson, of Jacksonville, and we are left unassisted i in 1:30 to 2:00-Monthly Written tnrn,. These branches are around from the which is quickly cured W I :' ---_ _- \ ;,

called at the hotel to see us but we that work, even though the highest Examinations, Advantages and Dine res rre Lull?. of which all trees Lave the infuse new life and rigor; t r-of does It cost to break .* a lit .1A.. '

were unfortunate enough to missthem. interests of the whole negro 'advantages.-Prof. Edwards. great number at every portion of their a stomach, nausia, headache.:::", .) chUb and fever? Tw.*tr- ........ 1<.' t

Mr; \\Ilson is still under the would be greatly promoted by the 2:00;: to 2:30: -Literature in Our surface. Under orJinarycIrcumstances and colic, without gdP Sa i for a bottle of .,$...t'l e! N ,*MPtM $fl- "

care of specialist, but is greatly im assistance now withheld. Here is a Public Schools.-Supt. Graham. these Bens ci-;cs to maturity, but when comfcrt. 25c. Guarantee for ale by City! Pharaaar. ...saneO.eea

proved. He definite end for the preachersto the tree is wounded or cat ...
expects to sail for home negro 2:30 to 3:00-Improper: Punish off or loses clay & Grover Druggist '" ,
on October 12, and will resume his work to, and if the white preachers -Prof. Carr. some of its branches the reserve buds! "4 nee Bakery has opened ta
pents. at once Dissolution :
duties as editor-in-chief of tha Times can aid them to it, as they seem 3:00 to 3:30.-The Dull Boy.- fouase. come into play and renew: the +t -T. MeDaniel store 099+lta I...... I.,

I'nlon." to be doing in Augusta, it will be Prof. Hull. I The copartnership ]be; .t rt house. Freah take & ......' I '

the beginning of a strong remedial By order of the Committee. Her Scheme.: fisting between C. E. Hofi tlt. ::. r.-Suwannee Bakery, d t tw t .

Russian gall equals Russian influence that may reach in timethrough Mrs. De Style-lie never A. L. umphreys under : T ..
BESSIE
ignorance MCDONALD, Sec'y. gave; her '
bigotry and cruelty when f it the whole body of Southern any Part of Ws wages but spent It all .name of Florida Kordtl5 : 'rut >plaid silks ia all wi.Ny q't kk *

makes comparison of the Atlanta riot negroes. SPECIAL MEETING BOARD OF ia a nearby saloon. Mrs. Gunbusta-!: this day dissolved, A-L.1liP o I is liras M. V. EdtraMV at1..4t

How mean! Mrs. De Style-But C. E. Hu1nP I "Don't .
,
; were killed by hoodlums representing TRADE. he retiring. fall to see them ltd: l '"
Sires her
i no one but themselves, and in Church Announcement., busta-She's every reformed cent now. Mrs. Gun- tlnue the business assn i -jtt. arrived. and are bt..*Nt $1 ,,!.o

} either defiance of public sentiment, -- Called For Friday Night to Transact i De Style-:\o. but she! runs him the eh?saloon.Mrs. bllities and collecting i -o-" ... an .. ....

with the repeated massacres ol To the members of the Methodist Important Business. -NeworkTln' :es. C. E. gmO' ; Is:'' making 10.000 to lr,1Hi

hundreds of Jewish men women Church-Your presence at your Notice is hereby given that a special A. L. BU)11" .. ...- Per da)'. CIA fill tare a. lrtbR .'

and children by people, police church on next Sunday morning will meeting of the Live Oak Board of School Foe 1-e Doctrine. September 21, 190. 4ert promptly. &e our p... bvMiaba

and soldiers combined, backed by be a great factor in the success of the Trade will be held at the courthouse tag of Erjimlner-What false Is the mean- ..Y;', Live Oak Wfr to +t
doctrine
Russian approval generally, and for meeting then to commence. Dr. H. Friday night at 8 o'clock. All members Please, sir Irs when the? Schoolboy- Attention All Kaightt of. W1f'it ;. "

; ; no reason in' the world but that the :G. Scndday .Is| expected to begin his of the Board of Trade and all the wrong stuff to the doctor gives repJat.' It much more easily shot t \it
people who There will be a ;
Jews were of a different religion. n. series of meetings. Let us all, rally citizens are urged to attend this Bck.-Chri3tlan! Register. are at 8 o'cJo ; ,JIO'WeJI are open. Kea*"y'i!. M ..,* .
tonight
:> There la not the slightest resemblancebetw to the beginning of the work. meeting'as matters of importance to meeting Second rai* ,j'IQUeJ and Tar op &4 tt. wa.. t ,.

n the' two cases and onlyrankest fife Come up to the help of the preachers our city will be considered.W. A creel story runs on wheels, and bers in First and to be PW.H.LYLE.C5.G ,'. :A,4biteJ the cold oat ell** ..-

-, of South-hating' negrophile "in this work of yours. J. HILLMAN, President. r-cry hand oils the wheel u they rut requested ; ,' C or. old. EoldtfOHlOM) rw .e ....

papers::would say there was.: I I HOWARD DUTILL, Pastor. C. A. RIDLEY. Secretary. -Ouda! W. H. TAYLOR,'JC->::>>> x x _.-. 1It..4t


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on near system of waterworks at Jbne;.bf. Pine.Grove section,-died at '

LINO Bt\J ar 4i Palatka, Fla.-- John.,. H. -McKenzIe's... < her home day before ,,yesterday 'and :IMAA1\ STOVES" or. FIR.:PLM ; :

.jDOnI.. ', Y '.2-6t was buried ,yesterday_ afternoon at .

_r c ; the church burying ground Mrs.. !I UUJJ Any length from 14 inches to ::4 :feet _

Her. T. C. Bradword, of Madison, Jones about ,
-W WW CPM THE. IMMWIEE aniEg was forty years of old .. .
; : : arrived in the city yesterday for a and was 'greatly loved, and admiredby i .- ,
Springs, Hotel andfo( ryi few days' visit to his daughters, 'Mesdames '4tll who knew her for her many ---Will" deliver in anypartof Lj eOak--------- ''

.......AlHD. GOOD TABLE.HOUUDOWyNOFflRK.. 1 ":. C. D. Blackwell and.Geo Por fine traits of character' and her

IOW INQ ALLEYS. BILLIARD ttoPerry', yesterw ter., beautiful Christian life. She leavesa z

WILL EGUIPPED STABLES. SHADY TABLtL PAYll w husband and an infant child a fewdays McADOO & BAISDEN
Red Eand Brand Bon Eons are old.Governor. .1
SONABlE 17MILESFROMLIVECltiCOH :. (BUTLER BROTHERS
NECJl01UTUW ii Americas, Sa., was just as fine as any bon bons to be )

orntng. had anywhere, and they are much Napoleon B. Broward Phone No. 197 s

f FEORt I.D M* 'cheaper at Surrency & Powers, Try Hon. Sid. L. Carter and Hon. L. D. ,

BiMiBiMMi. ._ (ellvered at your them. Howell returned yesterday afternoon

Zanders from Perry and Mayo, where they ...,.-.
'.ii For backache and rheumatism use have been canvassing in the interestof

OaklffManufacturers ';; f ttf EllaTille, was a DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. the 'drainage amendment. Includ- S GSSGS GuSG? SZt SG'G,.. .. .,

g 'last; night Cleanse and purify the blood. A ing the address delivered in Live Oak ;

,, sue,; week's treatment for 25c. Sold by last night, Governor Broward spokefor Waterman Fountain Pens

of L' flofLake, City; was a City Pharmacy five hours yesterday. The Gov-
'
"pk this. morning. ernor returned to Tallahassee today, Gillette Razors and Blades &

[Shingles Ice Electric '" !. The three-year old daughter of Mr. Judge Carter went to Gainesville this )
Trent down to Lake and Mrs. John Umstead died at the morning, and Mr, Howell went to _
ower and Jag' oii a business trip. i home of Its parents in the Pine Grove Tallahassee last night. They will f
[ Turpentine. {
]; section yesterday afternoon after a rest a few days before starting out Candies

|i (Ui any part of the city furnished fort 'it itieJClty'Restaurant sIckness oof several days. again. The Governor Intends to keep 1 _

l to restaurant in the '. things warm until the election next Victor Talking Machine and Records j

m it i very reasonable rate., Electife Died, at Pinemount today, Claud, month. .
m&Fj .
the infant of Mr and Mrs. W. H. a
rM-for i son
manufacturing purposes. ? Miss\ Anna Graves, of Ocoee arrived -
t! rrtiU l Ice-out of City j' ot Jacksonville, was Mobley, of Pinemount. The funeral in the city last night and this Suwannee 1
orders have -toreto: Lire Oak yes- services will be held tomorrow at morning ,entered the Southern Busi- ) j Drug Company f

:11 i ta f>Uy filled. Crawford Lake cemetery. ness College to take a business

course. This splendid school is ,now v .
.--- ;:R. g.,Hall' ofOcala, Mrs. H. W Toole and Bro. T. U. drawing pupils from all over the State

.)for a few. hours yes- Newbern, from Gainesville, are visiting and those who'are graduating are .
their Mr. and Mrs. W.
; parents
receiving fine, and lucrative posi- .
C. Newbern. From here Mr. Newbern
tions. Prof. Stevens, the new principal 1I
: OAK_: a, of Tallahassee expects to.go to Tallahassee where he has largely increased the en-

;last night and regist- holds a lucrative position.
rollment, and as the season advances
Btbei. -- has assurance of adding many Ibe t ; T
PUBLISHING Miss M. V. Edwards is opening her College E EBread
more. The Southern Business
Krsi-J.-.L.-; Lee returned line of fall and winter hats, and they should receive every l't't SUYANNEE BAKERY

BOOB from a shortRW are splendid and magnificent creations -
ment; it is a Live Oak institution
ot the millinery art. She wants
COMPAN'k is worthy of every possible help from 1
lady In Live Oak to call at her
p every the people of Live Oak and Suwannee Cake Pies Etc. I ii I
';;I prominent business store and see them. Go early before county. ;

.. TM la the city for they are all picked ovef.

i this! morning.rter I. Her Huibana'i Doolc. Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread ,a ,
-
-- Right Reverend Bishop Edwin G. dear will youbrtu me
> News amiommercial ..1.-'.;...," ,returned yes- Weed and Rev. Lindsey Patton left scuttle"James of coal from the cellar j la1 up J... Specialty. At the old Racket Store, in front of

nt,from where I busy wife el
Perry this morning for Jacksonville. The
3r unending court. confirmation at the Episcopal church "That's just the way with you," said 1 the Court House. Clegg and Knowles, Props.

; : James with a frown. as he put down
last night was both beautiful and im-
his book and rose from the armchair.
ell a prominent busi- pressive and was witnessed by a large
"Just the way with meT'f
I
[Jacksonville, was a visl-
,congregation. "Yes!** he snapped.: "As soon as yon

yesterday-.- afternoon. see me enjoying myself you hare something --. -.L
Mrs. Sid Conner arrived in; the or other: for me to do. Didn't

Printers [fried '''friends of the city this ,morning from Georgia and : you see< I was'absorbed' In my read. ,
'
try Little Early Risers will spend several days here visitingher ins .

[f Sold by City Pharmacy.* parents, Rev. and, Mrs. Curtis "Well deir: Lwlll da it myself.! '
Yes. and: tell everybody, your mother -
Grubb Miss Sallie's many friendsare
especially: that' you have to
carry
Instead! one of the pros- delighted to have her with them MILLINERY.

large and none too small for i
i city this morning. days. .' So he marked the place: in the bookat /
i --
Be. :.;.:- end 'f i C,
Everything in the Printing ? wbicli he had ceased reading: E
.:1L: Rickerson left this Learn Stenography and Typewriting when Ln went down to the cellar grumbling # ,

cases within our limitIAWCULIYOFKAILORDEB : ". BrcxbTllle) to get a prl- it pays better than a clerkship, all the way she picked up the New Goods; Stylish and Tasty!

!,Uw. has.for him there. teaching: or day labor. Our $30 offer volume and found It was a love story
.c T and that! the he had been ab-
':f; lasts only this week. If you begin passage
pRimiiirCK sorted In was as follows: -V
,.rived. on a moment's now you will graduate and hove *
I "Jy darling when you are ay wife THE BON=TON |
); b pine' or hardwood. a position by the New Year. I I will shield and protect you from every .

-- Phone 28. tf Southern Business College; and Shorthand -. care. The winds of heavens shall :

; School. not visit your face too roughly; those will as never beforetry to show up f) ,
of ,
Bond Linen and Rag papers is o(| Powers AM making a pretty hands: shall never be. soiled by \ ,

j wriest carried in Florida, and with we!f ted Band Brand Can Kodol For Dyspepsia contains the menial tasks; your wish shall be my '71 the Prevailing Fashions this Sea- |J* r ,

['wrri Printing Plant new type and artisffi ,iper pound. Nothing digestive juices of a healthy stomach law: ; your happiness" son therefore the Ladies are invited .
Just then he reappeared and, dropping [
nn furnish you with Stationery as cheap and will put your stomach in shapeto the scuttle the floor, said
upon : :
Too
function of to call.- early to list goods j) ; sy
|u any establishment in the South. A tT 1' M perform its important 'There's your coal! Give me my \J i

will convince ,- '.. eN'eil f rom and Jasper baby returnS where- supplying strength building the body and blood.Digest brain with book."-Tit.Bits. '/1 but look for future notices : : : j r?'

,l It K8T1MATES FURNISHED APPLICATION j i visiting Mrs. McNeil's what you eat, relieves Indigestion.Sold Man and Ills "Galluses.

< by City Pharmacy The "gallus":: marks the freeman and School Bags for the Children! R

.
F the man of genuine unpretending culture -
q and civilization. Your snob and .\
formerly a newspaper Little Helen Wolfe, the youngest t' t
who was in the city daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wolfe, your savage abhor It. In Mesopotamia / i
great the wild bash! bazouk wears a belt; In
OAK PUBLISIIIN6 CO. ; down to Lake City injured herself painfully if not ser- Yucatan the Indian!: wears a girdle of 1 \

iously, while at play last night., She ihark's teeth; In Sanesanibla: thiS Mrs. C. W. Bache

ran against the yardgate and fell, jhuine'ess: cannibal sprits a gunny sack;
UVf
OAK, fLORIDA 15 Small returned to Lake penetrating her tongue with three of In Atlantic City some years back the

y; afternoon. He ha s her front teeth. The injury is a painful dudes usei; :: ta wear sashes.: But find aman '
7 ;;
who when he throes off his coat! "" mi1 7I' m
days pas t one, but we hope it will not prove t
H to begin his daily toil!! lays bare a pair'j .
serious is feared. -- -
as as
of blue and '
'- '-- heavy sky gall yes you'll
i find a man who: pays: his way': .In the. I
Poisoning
Wood ,
..... constG ., erle from Surrency The Priscilla'Sewing Circle met at woru, !laves his wire rear his children -
0'tI4nr l when results from chronic AId-, get' a chance! at the the residence: of Mrs. J. F. Sherwoodon !la the fear of the Load and votes THE ORIGINAL l\1 !tl\
a which cured b1 Dr e.
* h ret car is quickly painted china. You Ohio avenue yesterday afternoon. the! straight! ticket TJC rallus"{ U 'A'lB.\\
small The Idea of .
Sew Life Pills. They remo "l' a Cough Syrup that will act on ,
MIt attendedand useful It is graceful: and properly
ar'aaaj the Dt' '_oJ The meeting was largely the bowels,and thus assist t In I;} s
..+ 're from the which is quickly cured by .,, :-- thoroughly enjoyable one. adorned: with hand painted: flo-.vers and expelling colds from ',
was a 't
\ *8 tray Lire a infuse new life and vigor: CV |3t'cost! to break up aLend Mrs. Sherwood served the ladies with brass buckles !It Is beautiful. To be the system Is new and original In Kennedy's t .. ,

Pxtlao of ftdrrroaut etomach, nausea, headache, I. fever? Twenty-I which added no littleto ashamed ,of It:, to cm: <'e.lI1t or tj aban- Laxative Honey and Tar. Nearly all other cough i
'
:1 > and colic without griping i refreshments, don It for a somber leather belt Is to( cures are constipating,especially those containing ":! i
anCtI ,
Lbottle .
; of of the
b1, Fletcher'sCity the pleasure and enjoyment fail in an essential!: of true manhood "" a
Opiates. Laxative
11artt1, bat wwn comfort. 25c. Guaranteed by Kennedy's Honey and Ft 1:1
P nt sff Pharmacy. evening. and fly] In the face: of fate.-Baltimore Tar moves the bowels, contains '.. ; !
or off clay &; Grover Druggists- A -- Sun. no Opiates. (f1/ : -"-
itrrr bins JtmssolatJon. 1IrtLAXAT /
I .14 knew the ;8akerZ. bas opened In Governor N. B. Broward will ad- \! TRACE W. :
I
!
hereto -- el store, opposite dress the citizens of Live Oak and The Valcora. .().{
The copartnership The unicora: was: one of tie! fabled A certain, safe and harmless! remedy for \ < v
4'Fresh t'
cakes and of "Drainageof -
... (lung between C. E. Huof'A. : vicinity on the subject monsters of antiquity. It was accordbis : all Coughs. Colds. Croup Whooping
under the: .Wtnnee Bakery. the Everglades" at the courthousethis to of th opinions of i x
a
M' L. .Humphreys = summary La Grippe Bronchitis, Influenza and ill
tinta 'llftt tore It her aU name of Florida Novelty! ,wor ."':"-- evening, 3rd inst., at 7:3(1< several of the old time writers a beast and Bronchial affections. Mothers Ccug1H@K" IY t

"" U. ta_ II this day dissolved, A. L. Bo J ; i.'I1k3 In all colors o'clock. All are cordially Invited to about the size of a common horse: but children's favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey 3i
that Humphrey1"inue ., ._hiss M. V. Edw 'ds' attend. This is a subject of great with very Rliort loss. The people cf tha
retiring. C. E. and Tar
"," Ilra 0 1tDttal the business assumln(, "'t.fall" to see them/'they importance to the people of Flor- middle ages believed In the existence [
and are beautiful. hear him. Ladles of three kinds of unicorns-the magnifi- TARDD
Mr,. accanot ida. Come out and couch
SYRUP
hili .. blllUes and collecting e--_ / cent white unlearn which had a purple
saloon. > Invited.
lI are especially: .
HUM horn
C. E. face and blue eyes and a single; a
--- A. L. HUMPH* r r i 10,000 to 20,000 yard In length: the eglisserion, which Prepared at the Laboratory ot X. C. DcWZTT A CO., CHICAGO, V. S. A.

' September 21, 1906. ; I Can fill large or Rev. and Mrs. T. J, Phillips, who i resembled a gigantic deer :and had: avery g:rTD RED C10TZS BLOSSOM ISO TES E02BT ED 13 OS ETE2T COTT1S.

'-I k IDig.t ...,,; put. SeeourpriCo.- have been here for some days past sharp horn growing fro:n the middle Sold by City Pharmacy.
- 1 bor- ofl -:Elie Oak }Ifr. visiting their daughter, Mrs. S. J. of the forehead end the monoceros
Attention All >Knight : The white uni
unicorn.
.4a ; for Plant or common -
tot drap4. White, left this morning
be u. : There will be a regulA .f more,easily cured City- Mr.. Phillips Is one of the old corn's horn was of three different! colors -
black
f o'CIocTG -white! at the lower part. as
"'- meetlnc tonight at 8 I ar i open. Kennedy'sLMlTar est members of the Florida Conference ebony in the middle and red at the --------------ADVERTISE
rank..A
I. In First and Second opens the I having held charges In almost unicorns :3Id to
......... point Common werv :: :
ftag
pfeakiW. in the DEMOCRAT
III berg requested to be e> cold out of the I every section of Florida. This year have had barns about eighteen: inch?sin

1'11I. H. LYLE, C. "...., '.,f'' ". old Sold by City, he' is serving the Methodist church length, tit: SD: strras that they could z s '' $*

W. H. TAYLOR, X.. I at Punta Gorda. easCy! kill en elephant
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IWE OAK DAILY; ; THLPiD y :
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In the time of tfce'relga:sf:Ha4ri'tv ...afatced iuabIa lea'si.... :
b
tea jf--MoNi Iiijr
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about A.D. 130. a Jew appeared*BK C "' 1UN&er

the peopl! of Palestine' claiming,to be:,, YWeM. fit oId1k
U sat ot
I 1 BUTLER BROTHERS a messiah-the "star out of. .Jacob'-- 'Section JtEisssionere 'Tbi 6lg t :'. .. -

which! BalatTi predicted- In ..1lIa.propb- nght of eminent be cod a k 1 11e '

ecy (See Numbers wTIo1.TJ This htadfigthe locatioa at oftentiling
4I was Simeon < "d [
Jewish mes daJ 8 name &f wse

I = Fall Announcement Bar-Cocheba, which latter name in the, and may.may pending enter: u" -=. opportunitt,,,,
""'aaaAie '
: Hebrew language means "son 'of a a the eewsary for&QQ -'-

a star." This! individual who so blatantly of way.compenatioa beaeAta

:' proclaimed himself to be of divine ah.IJl be considered ta lie I..L.. .., but tht ,
stock this will bea lIT ;
A' new 'feature of our season complete origin took Jerusalem by storm (A. D. the Seetioa assessment as. The j .: jestment

I : line ofBOYS' 132)) and actually commenced the rebuilding reasoa at IUClaof attaa; not "
:the Proceeda
t of the temple.! He took the : board d cIraiBa "tunitiesdo

government in hand and Issued coins them for amuck drainage
.
: and performed many other public office Approved May n 1 -::. week, month o *

f CLOTHING *. One of these coins, now in the &ana.., ry

r British museum, has an enlarged star Constitution That Section of the mat State ft) rf-i the meanUm'

1 upon one side and upon the other a UM hereby ameJ ..1 a tv :r. In

Hebrew legend meaning The Deliverer YU"iectkmlSupremeCourt: The I&Ian- '.. bl eM .

1 l: Every possible advantage to purchasers has of Jerusalem." The Jews It is salJ. sha.11l1afO: Should
r tab dollars yew. The } roney.itmeth
lost 600.000 men defending me- IIImrcl
been combined in our efforts to make our hall be three.thnnaaad aft and It i !
slab at the time when the Roman goy dollars a year ng;
Juvenile business a signal success. A'greatportion ernment attempted to pst down the That the foregoing

: of our stock are the superior productions popular delu on. In Roman history and Article the V same of the cash Vii be sulx it in this b.,

I' of the Ederheimer-Stein work the State for |
Ala rooms.BOYS' Bar-Cocheba is known as "Cozlba of general election approval of re er u place

Barchocheba" The enemies of the Section 1.Article Un fit Set '
"S- 4 "son of a star" changed his name to Appmtd arty Slat 1916. NATIONAL \ \

i i S SUITS "Bar-Cozeba," which In the Hebrew Amcu xu:I t rHE FIRST

means "son of a lie. That the following! taiavisKwber 't oAK. PLAe:

Boy's Suits in double breasted j jacket and knee pants to the the Constitution Judiciary 1)e.--at toe 5q.,III t- LIVE

i = ,.... r and double breasted Norfolks with bloomer pants. A Speedy ttecorery. tins U of said ArtiJe b;"std Ly ds r--
+_ f'' t b7 agreed tow hall"of
I' a I Durably made and lined; carefully tailored On one-of the visits of tie American tM State at the lean ao t.bm to. A. .
fleet to English waters Admiral; ,Erben the first Tuesday after the 6ast PreSident. I- '
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I- ,A. D..196& for ratjftjSm Jt BROWN, W. J.
'F $3.QOto$7.50 was in command with Captain Alfred WIt: gt" llORN.. ashier.>

T. Mahan the writer on naval affairs Section S3. The annual a JIlJ g .s. -
each of the Criminal Courts J j
as his flag captain. One morning Cap hereafter lobe, atthlishedsie0'! ,

t t :# I CHILDREN'S SUITS tain Mahan came to his admiral! withan by the county wheN SMheoeitse. -...,4UIL- ,.-.
shall be as fcH7ws: Ia eottnthd ;
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'. invitation to dine with a duke which thousand population one --.;
I 1 Children's Suits in Russian Sailor Blouse with large he bad received. i counties of from fifties thoanSi.J RAIL-\

sailor collars- bloomer pants, made in accordance with "I can't accept." said Captain Slav .I counties thousand of population from twen fiftee y.fve t! FLORIDA

4 highest standard for boy's clothing ban "as they forgot to invite you."_ five thousand population two I
and in counties of more than U, .
# ; ,1 "I should say you couldn't .growled population twenty-five kundrtdfcrepealing TRAINS ON R Co\. .. *.* *
$2.50 to the admiral. "m answer for you." any and all Pam td u.s WlTIIALL -
1 up 6.50 boa in conflict herewith. .
-> vats
Whereupon the admiral wrote: Approved June I. 1905. iAmcuXXZL ggtff&at -- --.

k "Admiral Eggcup United States navy 1 ,.,.... -

{ regrets that Captain! Mahan. his flag I That the following n m,

: : School ShoesA captain cannot accept the invitation of to the the Constitution Judiciary Department of the State at tofe B_ .- t t1TA1'l'
Boys'
the Duke of Blank. Captain Mahan Is tions 40.u.42.43,".U. I ,be and the same prelllo
on the sick are hereby p .
list"b
Webster e submitted to the electors crf a*
Dictionary given An hour or so later a messenger from I general election to be held.tit bs" w -

i the duke returned with invitations I ter the first Monday.in Nonmte A.i .
for .
FREE .
with pair. ... -
ratification ,
every -
I or rejection. tv& ..., .... -" -
the admiral and the captain, whereupon Section 40. There shall in*_' &lhI "
.
:; ._. ....... -
of
county Escambia whelmrtit .
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.
D the adnlrarwrote !
again:
: : 'I shall 1.aL.utaL"\ i
county; so determine by
"Admiral Erben accepts with pleasure votes cast on the question tiy 11 t. ...._.. ...... .
a court of record and then thtS i .. Ui
\ the Invitation for Captain Mahan I court whoshallbe appointed bj tin .__......._lJitH .--'
XTRAGOOD what it means. This label! on clothing is like and himself. He wishes! also to advise confirmed by the Senate who ihiafc! iapm1ilpmLv( -"
i six yean and whose salary sbaflbt1 --
the -
Duke of Blank that he has -
the five hundred dollars a year miA 14
oft
: painter's signature a masterpiece taken.Captain Mahau: off the sick list" the county of Escambia. Tie wta l-r. '''M_' .

: art. It vouches for the of the the record now established IB Esoola! ::Tie. .
genuineness quality- perfec- upon the adoption of these smttdmmt L.- '..
r A Cautious Doehr."Doctor > and be the court of record at hoer i
tion of the work.. Boaiethlui; is the matter all officers of such criminal eoart tf Ar--' '
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be officers of such court ef i reQirf 6iI L'f_ r----
with me. Sometimes my mind is a perfect the duties and receive the _

Our men's clothing department is still up to the standard in blank and my memory constantly until Section the expiration 4L The said of their eoart prats sad fexclusive -Ar.u-Ly..M." .M.-..........._-. -
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fails me. I wish you would treat me." original punaixtaet old 4">>18

r ; : every particular-nothing but the best and in the latest styles. s &cs. "I will. Bat in view of the peculiar and not capital shall have which in shall Eieambil.J arise m&*!KJ, .t,. ,'"'111\1.-\ .. .--.....-........U..lalislrj

nature of your case I shall want my with the Circuit Court and Qrt 4 ,\ -...- ...-...-.....-....
fee in advance" county the same original janadtfaci, ,101'1'11I,1.-, II ,
H easea and matters u the event wrt J _. Ar."o;; IIt.ij --
.
BUTLER BROTHERS 1AL&LLUAL4A1LAAA judge ef said county and tie rant ten 51. .... .... ..- ..=- .v... .'
None Is to be deemed free who has wntsof mandamus injnnfh i &, "" ...
certiorari prohibition.habeas cut* .. ...... -.
'D-O-O-- --O not ras. perfect sIf. command.-Pythago. their proper jurisdiction and necessary as the to circuit the WBjfcS wrtfe1 Ar.--I.,....., ......"..'.'.'.'. .- .

1 I judge of said county, except tit JeW :ti .

thorlty to summons and empiMliEJ/ Ar.'V.. ....... ... -
Section 42. There shag be ax'teat .... .tjlr1,18
!iT.! A Badly Burned Girlor court in each _-M iUpmL'-
-- -- Section 43. year TheN shall be w *3 L'f.lit .._................. ....
boy, man or woman, is quicklyout prosecuting attorney wbo shall be .,' J.H ...
..... ....... J.. "
the Governor peel. confirmed Iff t& Lv.,.... .. "
2S .
& of pain If Bucklen's Arnica Salvqjjis who shall hold his office for foot p $ p
IAAAUtAAW4ALLALAAAi.AAAA! r,pensation shall be fixed by lax jf, v__......... ....... "..- ......-
applied promptly. G. J. Welch of I Section 44. All ofreoaes/ tra*:, I 'III\ uI
--H ...... .. ,t1I
shall be prosecuted upon iefmtmna ....
Tekonsha, Mich., says: "I use it i I 1:I filed by the prosecutiEg strew t'f ,jL'f.--
; &Dr Ilgrand;i jury of the circuit court: W et .._ .............. ft.....
Spccial Saic 1; my family for cuts sores and all skin I I may ands for any offense trub)* :ai U1 p IIII1.'f. U
of record. Upon the finding of w* ......... .... r."I" 1"
injuries, and find it perfect. Quickest the Circuit judge shall commit or B3 at; 1li'Qi'm\L'f.-! I'

Pile known. for trial in the court ef read vfc&>s tt" 111 pm\ .._....._. hlrr :rt.
cure Best healing be upon information. .
1 Section 45. The clerk of said esd Ar.-. .. -.. 1" ..
----- -- AT --- --..-- -- h+ salve made. 25c at Barclay & Groover elected by the electors of ESOBM\,S* I'2t '18
shall hold office for fuarlears, a4WT -
Drug Store. shall be nxad fcy law, Tbe-! d* ;
tion : ..
: .... M MM .
P bia county shall be the execstH tlf.t In.-n.s..
9 a court and hisduhesandfeesshaUttbt'Section -
t NOTICE Of ELECTION. 46. The same rules of *
the orqsseR!' $:JiAws. General PeN er A****
1'The i p. practice which obtain in :
e WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1905 under the county shall obtain in thelaws court at rum ; .
Constitution of 1885. of the rural
State of Florida d'P id relative to criminal cmuttd jas .JL JHT'f'
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puss five Joint ResnlutioasproposingAmendmen lash .
u otherwise provided herein Wf ;
;b to the Constitution.of the State of Florida and control the court of mad "*&* r
j 1'" the same were agreed to by a vote of three- may be had from the court 01.

: All this) week wo expect: to sell Dress Goods 1= that tend fifths the of vote all on the said member Joint elected Resolutions to each were House en: and cult court under of the another laws county providing fa lw 1M P_ 'tlanticCoa :

upon thier respective Journals, with yeas venue from the circuit court w O thl
i and nay. thereon and they did determine and I of another coanty
: circuit court ._
i at JI
reclucede direct :
prices greatly it that said Joint resolutions be submitted to may in his discretion order the a-
the electors of the State at the General Election Escambia county or ofry O I erdd
A
i" in November. 1906. one or terms or parof of ( Florida Georgia.Virginia .
4( : Now.THEREFORE.H.CLAY CRAWFORD. Sec record. Anyeivileausemtlsrctatmay ,
I retory of State of the State of Florida do hereby be tried before a referee w"1?

We have the largest stock of fine dress in the in fact give notice that a Qualification of the judge of tM <-.*LJ t North Cat. '
goods city, we have !E GENERAL ELECTION may be tried by a judge ad latent*J .

.. more than we have room for.Ve must reduce our stock this week. Now is the it will next be succeeding held in each the county first in Florida on Tuesday of ferred any to other the county circuit court in the of same Fatatn!!...,lot ,
Monday in November the prevuwmr to -: "
ing to same Ciirolr
chance for the ladies to purchase their fall goods at reduced prices. IE A. D, 1906. the said Tuesday being the cetdings in the circuit court: l F t South
SIXTH DAY Of NOVEMBER, j: Section 47. The Supreme. B"tafabhall
=, have appellate junsdictifla If t
= for the ratification or rejection of the said Joint and in equity originating in the -: .
.
a
'.. : .. 1 tr tution P.eeelutionsproposingAmendmenutatheConsC of the State of Florida, viz: oand ef record.in cases The of conviction circuit court of.fA.tiIiI felacl; i I The Great High*** +.. .

: f. ARTICLE %lIYIl1 shaH! have final! appellate ja : ,
I .
See the new grey plaids at 48c :rda : That the following demeanors tried IB the court ofI w
amendment to Article%V peals or writs of error piweeatea I'jrr Mi
of the
I, Constitution of the State of Florida be and of record whether to the Sop JQa--Last t W8l
; it the is electors hereby agreud of the State to and at the shall general be submitted to cult Court. shall be prosecuUd. r ,
election to and to the
according slip '

You will find any quality and any color you like-all new and up-to-date. k, in be tion.Section November.held on 32.the A.The first D.Governor.Tuesday. 19u6. for after the ratification Comptroller the first or Monday! rejec the preme proceedings Approved Court.June from C..the 1905..Curers_ fad ti.o'\-.1AanCLI ,:, I. TO THExAT, "" f '


A. F. C. Ginghams lOc. E sioner TreaNrer.of Agriculture the Attorney of the General State!and of Florida the Commis and xun 11. GRIDAND WEST \I"tt
their '
:h and designated successors i in office\ are hereby constituted That the following amewto 5lte' -
as a board of drainage Stttt 'f%
commission- of the Constitution of the *

Calicos, all colors 5c. :|E era and establish and reservoirs an a system hereby of such of authorized canals dimension,drains and,empowered[levees, dikes to the milted same to the is hereby electors agreed; of then to "* taI_i AND NEW YORK E ,
and
the judgment of said depths,as i eral election in 1906 for rctiflauee
board
of tba
drainage of
branch
commis Section L Either
Fruit of the Loom | the sioners swamp is deemed and oversowed advisable lands to drain and reclaim a regular session thereof, tn and It ty --
bleaching Qc. : within the State this Censtitatioa:
of Florida, menu to
or such c
parts or portions thereof is fdtha d a.9 the MONTGOSBtt W
deemed best as agreed to by three- u
by said baud of ; wti.mss
I sioners from time to time, drainage commis ed to each house,such preDn _..., llit
and to provide for .. 1
3-4 unbleached Irrigation of the lands the be entered upon their KS :--I&1
muslin, 5c. := soda canals, drams,levees reclaimed dAea and and to maintain the yeas and nays and shall hecoustltb US. I4 -
,. suck manner as will be most reservoirs in newspaper in eac h ? .!... ,
advantageous

Ready-to-wear goods arriving daily. New suits, skirts, waists, etc. Our it territory habitants Section so and drained the commerce, the State thereof.cf Florida,to its the mthe' published.which next election; general for one the ekctioa same month ehafi t rf JZjZ&e. .

New York dress maker will arrive this week. to mieaioners! S3.are That hereby;the authorized board of and drainage empowered tom electors majonty of of the the State.electors: for&yotmllpiiatIIf!!* &#*J ".m.' IAN CARS AND Til IMHI M i t'*' ,

-% .. establish drainage districts and fix > .*
the .lfclk.a.h&l1
boundtries .
menu at such r
thereof tbn."l
i board of drainage in the commissioners State of Florida. That the mf nu the Bame shall teeB.!:;f;}tI 1I' tie Coast Line nlil... ...... f'
W and it is au The proposed au--- #
thorized tution. ."
: and
of all the alluvial empowered or to prepare a list or lists submitted as to enable ty eJeeWIIn "". a3 far East as \VuhhutJIl att4'i ;

able lands. and within levy such swamp drainage and overflowed district or tax diatrwte. amendment at the election separately at 110 hoes tan* r woo"hA 'a .and New OrlealullMRM; ." .
thereon
j THE tADIES' ceeding ten cents per acre an acreage tax not ex tofore adopted by the efccw j ja *!''I".,; .
EMPORIUM per
annually by said: board of drainage annumn to be fixed part.f the Cor.llututJlla.- CONSULT 11K MJII'tr :
and the varioos tax commissioners adoption of the same. ;cr- '
ties embraced in assessors of the various coun Approved June fcUM.Q p1 g, -d
part or in ,
drainage d.8tnct whole within cue h The votes cast in amplaMte\ gamendmenta. and full infut r.pr.

oil Headquarters for High Grade Dry Gcods and Shoes_ at Low Prices. ,t, of list: the or lists county and; or enter counties or the districts HUB in which upon snail! the receive tax such rcnk> returns ttertof.. and shaCbe the "t.ubjetItP*!% : **,*, =fit Schedules, call oi ,.. .....,.pTYay.

Ke and the such lands may ulatioosand : : .
?
Agent for McCall and Home Journal age eoramicroofra amount so In suck levied by the beard of drain General ElectlOM MSSgfe """, BQVY 40N. DiIt. r.... ...., '
Pattern t manner .
and gEIEOP.1 .
form
_
: may.be prescribed as 'rESTUoIONY S'l'JJiK
by tta board! r sjg 11 ..'
from drainage commissioocrs hand and a3ted' : Pus. Ai,.l ,1f
L. S. is D l t.1 e collected tima to tun*,which amounts shall "." : ..tA.lo ....
Free Delivery Harvard Proprietor. Phone 15 l i y counties wherein by the aura various levees tax eoieetrs) of the &StftSStiS .', \1it'li Paaaenrcr Trade Xun-' .
have ..
= ,t other tarts are collected ia accordance bean with mad as i 1M. B. _.. &yeV u ,Gea. Pass A4. tktl+..
and law '
YTTTtTTt",1 pay ever said I .
hrTTtTYTTYTTTYTTTYTTTTTTT amounts
collected
t TTTTTYTVTimTimmi 1r.., lit &nuntge to the board
caoisusswMn. said mmiMion n I Te J.B.LICXEJSON.Sh .'__


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: t... tI *tn.t."fl. b. ant to country gentleman is to capture a wolf 1\ll: Y V,;. .k : :f 'itSDAILroW .
: &
*.J... alive, and as tU mod Of '
dace s th, ,tae J doing It !la -
.. MONEY probably new to5 many. : *>? '
t Englishmen I j GTON AND NEW TOIL' : .j
e m fI J4t; tt"- will briefly describe it. A :wolf being | ," !: ,

.1tf ;**".?.,* driven Into the open, the wen mounted :' '; .

'. iY :-: J horseman Unarmed Sccedae! Effective November% ,1905.- .. .. .
i:2 t It
J i #1it111It4 tfRP pursue only witha ,",:.- ,

...... ':h:__ often lies idleopportunities long whip and some' rope. The wolf :No.U'NQ Two Train* East.1 ';- ,
No.13j NORTH
( AND Wfi&T .
iH; # MN lit ey/ after a time tries{ to take rest but the 9C5a T S5p LT..JacUoD1ilIe..Ar ,- ._0
%. fit rider forces it on with 11 whip till 11 40 114OpL.JeuUP--Ar:' 7/Sp AT.Jacksonville S.Ry Ai "
i p.'c
rrrre.1 for 1 10 JOp LT Jeaiap Ga. & Ry.LT .
i0p 12 15pLv.SaYannaa.ArC 3 '
"
'4 R is ilItdtt... trsimr --lag. after repeated attempts at rest it sinks C65, OOa;Ar...Calnirbia.. .LT 2 50a LT.MaceA. Ga.S. E7.Ly :" _
1 .. II 4tlvate4t le a pt exhausted. The rider( then springs [ 1006p1266a 9 56. Ar..Charlotte.-=Lv 6 li&IAr.. taata.Ga.s.! Ry.LT ""' "
T ..
Ca..SRy LT
i__ t.. lAaM I **+ctllsa Ey +T. >-'t frnent; but these, op- from his! horse, jumps astride the wolf a 16a 12 2 51 IOpiAr..D.nyila..Lr Ar.Greensboro.LT 8 23a Arc Dalton..Ca..SRyLr1SaAr.Clut'angaTSRyLr z
-
*
-
i : and. .holding It by the ears !
It
tldtt gthc secures < 59a t 42p Ar..RicbmoBd..Lv 6 :1pjAr.Lexitista, KQ.4 C.LT:
; (... .bf rasaafaS sad s.wrfasaSsaa : with the rope. Most men req>,'re the 417. 4 2ftp Ar..LyBchburg..LT ""T 4Dp|Ar.Ctec'natti.! OQ St C.Li .. '

et+ : .1 ... hta, unifies do not come assistance of a mounted companion; 6 9 45a 02a 9 ClOp Wp Ar.CharlottesvUleLT Ar.,Washington! *.LT 8 40p''Lv Cine'natti Big iAr '
lOa'AT.Chicago.. HI
Approved who ties the Volf while the other,holds 11 Mall asp BigjLLr
,..., #1( May Ar.Baltimore.LT -t.. ;
its.ears'with 1 43p 2 S5a Ar--.1V.Phila .LT !' ; Po.LiaesAr t
1 assn Ie alp ABTlcta Vii =|;,week, month or even both hands and 1 to ,this 4 13p 6 SOalArNewYoric..LT: !i IQajAr.Chieago./ Pa. Lines.LT --tl"
the U -
ta Nag 1\at S.1Ion ; way capture : comparatively easy 8 4SpiLT.CSne'atti, CH.4 DJu -
ftIh ( > of" do It NOB. Shad S4.-"New York and Florida Ex- 728aArChkagoMon.Rou.teLTpreas. !
datrUtutioIl ot 8t(3)at. but to single banded is a difficult
? the
I tItW t ....fa Mreb, of '; 'Inthemeantime this ."Daily Pullman Drawing Boom Sleeping Ii 45pLv-Cin'natiC.H.4D.Ar! -
4 ."" ,,,. t Beaded 10 II to v, feat Nasty bites and evc# dangerous Car. Port Tampa and"Jacksonville! to New York. 2QaiAr.Toledo.! H.ft: DrLvJZjajAr
wounds result should the hunter have Nog. SO WashUlC'.on,. "d Florida
.
r: i .. II The Detroit.bitch P.1f.Lr
MI." -ot' Limited. Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleep. .
i.Asir f I. r -
o +, __ ;.... .... 'ear. .hall>t be Iou, eY should be earning miscalculated the strength of the ani- ing Car.Jacksonville to New Yak Dining Car. 9 SOP Lv Cin'na.tiBjsrFour u
Tb. < *5
hi tal. *
.. ,fdrainn mal. No one. however Is considered a AT.aevebuKLBigFourLT '
'If' s tear."thousand awe h perfect sportsman till be has Jane this, No.30755p THROUGH LAND OF THE SKT.LT b 30DLr.Letmgtos; .S.Rp.Ar- -
.;I ...i alit 11I&t the tore l thing ,and it can if i1 L..LoI1Ilril1e..s.! R.LY
b4* t Arta.V ot the &meIIcL t ; yet many nEver succeed. Of the largeparty" __., Jacksonville FIa..Ar ? Ar.St Lenis_& Ry.LTj .
hfloJ aid tM urn,shah Conatltotioft be II assembled only our host, two of 12 15a LT__?xvtattah. Ga,r r.rAt \8. Ka:: Ar.Aiiaatoa.A&
'1."'" eI j'' 11I t'6" few or tted fa in this bank.IFIRST 6 tWa Ar.- _.Cohrmby, S.Ashville. C.LT j 12 OlaIAr-Birm'hUlA.8..R7.Lv
.... approval it .his stalwart brothers and other __ .
Jf.t .. eIeeUoQ of place one 1 aOp Ar N. C ___Lr 6 OipiAr.Maapbkw Fr'oIICI.Lv;
.
::
It. Iuss L 1 represeata" .. man bad obtained this blue ribbon of Z alp Ar_.H-ot Springs N. C.Lv 9 4Oa AP.K&Il.USCitYFri8COL.
-:-- t tt HBr1 N Aw..-.iig'igSgJ? 860p Ar .._ Knoxville.Tean.Lv -

All' .. ....,. AMICU .-J. >.:... : NATIONAL BANK Polish sporl-Blackwood's Magazine. 8 8 12p boa Ar Ar..L.uisviUe,- -*.St. Loaia. Mo..Lv Ky._Lv 8 9 SOp.Lr.Memphis.80a'ArHotSprings1Ark..LTNo. t Tenn. .Ar _

.1 That tU tolJowi MH XJT., -j ,- The Erth'. Swift Mntioa. 815a Br__..Ciaeinnatt, O.___..1Lv -oJ'-'

T j w Ne the lAaUtattoa IIdIcIaly of.b.e arn State of LIVE OAK FLA,; Everybody knows that the earth EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE. ON aa-Dafly< r Betwee Pullman JacklOllY Drawing: le Room Hendenoi BuffetSepi1V w

*.tLT M. of add drti partment' V. k let iJ;: makes one complete revolution on its ALL TRAINS I ville.A&hrUle. Hot Springs Knoxiiilto and C acinnatti ...

t I.. .I.Iht I,IN sj..ltate... to at thegen bellld ubmiited t axis once In each twenty-four hours

: lgtatpf I tM.tntDT &tteJo the.ftrtt deetiO but few, however have any Idea of the No. 13-Florida Lbnitelt-Dan, Solid Vestibule Train Though day teaches and h1Iman-S1eep..

a '\frtJ I .a ,rut tor ratitlraUoa> CIr '!1P[r president C. A. HARDEE Vice-Pres. high: rate of speed at which such an im- ing Cars,Jacksont tie to Atlanta.Chattanooga and CincianattL Ala Pullman Sleeping Car J-.up
a j t.:"! .hIM. W. J. HILLMAN.RAILWAY.. r to Colored Springs! CoL via Birmingham Memphis.Kansas City.
-! -.......' i t.etiae II. .et Cashier. manse! ball must turn in order to accomplish -

I { t ...ch.. of tile c Con& 01. ) the feat of making one revolution
.tw 10 be, ratabl1lhod JAMES FREEMAN District Passenger Agent 108 W, Bay St.. JacksonTflle Fla.
,, ahant;
;
;::; tat .ttta br tM county whe,.. In a day and a night A graphic E
akall be suelt eourt I S.HTHARDWlCK.P.T.Ui: W.H.TAYLOR G. P. A. BROOKS MORGAN.A.a P. A '
.fW.,">I I'tom thesaandpopplatbn u tellms: III couLgea{ Idea of the terrific: pace which the old

....u.. o, trom Mteell.'one thous thoua .', earth keeps np year after year may be

ftl.*. bar 4 had by comparing Its speed to that of

;:, ,... SSfffSMwSl popnlatioa LORIDA, a cannon ball fired from a modern high Live Oak & Gulf I
., two Perry I 1-
: sad M
"ii1. ... ewaUel 01 The .
t.4 laln.lathiu, more than thirt .it' SCHEDULE.$ pressure gun. highest velocity ever ,
_ *v ,. ,.. 1 attained by; such a missile has been estimated ..
and lrw" :ALL TRAINS ON S. !A. L. RY. ANB A. C. L. BY AT LIVE OAK. .
_ :;i twin < at 1.G2Q feet per second which Railroad
Company.
{ ..... iitrd. CENTRAL TIVK.STATIONS. fAD CP. Is equal to a mile in 3 2.10 seconds.
,..
c W.I4. flat tile fdbwtna *:: The earth in making one complete
(.f amendmel1U. SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL% 1968.
tf .theCN. *lllltltutioa the State of No..2. No. 4.Local revolution In the short space of twen
W
lit itgir. i il" .I..Uc\arJ\ Depattneat tote Mail Fgt hours must turn with
& + Mi" ....eo. 'I. u. Daily ty-four a velocity
ij j r, ..said m .,and f1.ofbe ExD1 er P a G ,
s .are hereb, L Except almost exactly equal to that of the u0 c e 0 n j

"" ...attbaa....1ectioQ:tte4. to the elector of tile ti \ Daily Sunday. cannon ball. In short, its rate of speedat J aWilandPaae
to be
S.t ter w toot 1I0nda7(ill held November 0"tits tint A. the equator Is exactl11.5OT feet per Passenger Frt. Indians STATIONS zM x a z z3 ;

:I tb,..6a ,tllUlaUIMI t a4a .or rejectiun. t.o.w 1,: ",'fi--::: .. .....-Live Oak..........,... ..---AJ- 10 20 a III 10 pro. second. This is equal to 17 miles a No.1 No. 5 No. a. ---.......- --rc
ea.aty vi I minute. Daily Sunday Only.Dallyex.' SUB
iqJ ....,... .
_
__ Portcr.u. _
.. IoMt- .......... : .- =. I Lv.I0 00 a JQ IS 42 r Dt A. M. P. M. Leave P M P. II. P. K. A. lt, 4011

1;:: 1!* &*. ,swat 01 !Lf-:..-n..___,_.Stokley-- __Lr. 962 a In IS 18 tam I The Empreaae of Russia. Leave S 00 leave UIO 4 2 l0 Arrive Arrive Arrive Aeries '
..
H 4 31 1.40 10.Qt t.4i
1.1r During the eighteenth century no less Z M Live Oak
,
t_ --
itt 3 04 f:its.....tMN.... -- :-..-".---,.--.d.i 2.4 r._______...._.Lv. .50. m 515 pm than four empresses held sway over I 119 113 I48 U3 S S 01 00 ---.Starr-Icky sink. .412 US U8 1.24 U6 11.42 9 I'U U $

.kf"f ale 6.s '............. .. _? Kirkland.. __, .. ..-- Ly. 814 a m Ii 03 pLi m Russia, and if perhaps the throne was I 925 122 L52 L55 115 _,-Mercer--. ('OS Ii 1.28 5.11 1.38 9. 9.97 1.01 z

:--.1---. ewty. . .,.. 3.S \ unjustly usurped in more than one In I 834 &.04 3 40 tarcas.- t I 66 9.26
8.50
I I--T .IaOJ abed In Eacambia < _.--.wilmarth.. ......_. --___-.Lv. 186 a m 4 50 pm A ir. 8 39 Ar.09 Ar. _0 .\ 3.08 i13 -
ty
tpa tl. : 348 Ly Ly Ly 8.40
i and I....adoption euurt ot at these ame ,."""" ,..._Wilmart.h-..._ __...._Ar. stance it can at least be said of all of L a. 8 .s LT us Lv. 4 410lb r Dowlinz Parr Ar. 3 S9 Ar 4.65 .Ar t.lO At 3.12
.. 1M tBdtt .t aAysI of record u lurch "..' '..5'J them that they reigned more wisely Ar U9 3 3? LT,50 star awe
such .
.q J ItetteSI! OSauch erimIna1 avert of /, .....?rLurevine-... .. ....._.._ 850 b 4.W n. -- Ciu cy- 3 ao ArUS us '
T ** 118i ,. ,.... 1I.u. and receive CiOUJ1 ot record and x _........."'.......'",,.,..Luraville._._ _.__ than the emperors of that period and I 8 5% 125 --.BelL-. a 28 lea aN
c: ... NtiI N. the emoIwnea" ,I' .' 4.5Wilmavth. that thay have left names more famous! I 57 C.51 Ar. Mayo earn lima 325 U3 Lv'"O:" Lv awe
.I\TUt" .lratloa of ... _.
their present. ir. __ ....____._ at 00 a 6.10 Lv HO .Day .
Daetlae ; 119 I LeO ArU Ar 7.4181i
.L
\.;1 t' The laid ._ __
htat M.to court and than ihos cf their male predecessorsand 4 .SI'-' _
tadwiw.e lridnal JwiBdiction of.U Jilt t ...,,:.... -. ......??...{Y11muta )wAt.. g as am' (5 p m I 06 U6 4 b2 Tow nL.. U4 8.4i Ui "
d .. With all her 914 5.10 a a 4.30 8.45 .28
.., .1a ttaI, a t dkb.hall arias ill -, 0.8 successors. mauy 12 .sm1th.....
I and ...., by. In _._,suwal1nee RlreT ....._ .--Lv 125 62b 1: 2 U lli 1.30' 1.03
.... ., Euanbis COUlltJ. 9 3Z a m 432 pm faults Catherine the Great proved a 9 38 6.3S. i 21 ,-.hnhoUOwIYty ;
etch tile Clm&ft Court 1.8 t ........ ... 235 4.02 8,15 US w;
and Aq i 4Q ,
Circuit J .Perry .
I.......ail.and the same original juriadictloa II '?.... ,,,,,,,,---Nor"Qad.........-\-... ....... fv. 120. m 412 pAt m wise and powerful monarch. and much: Ar..1080 150 Ar Ar UO 63B Ar US HIULPton Fp.a, I'L+205 L.LT UU 3.50 Lv b LOO 1.39 Lv L.p.5S UOAr. ,-
IIIatten the S.2
u circuit ;0"
that disfigured her be forgotten
eourt history ;
n..I MId countyy and the __ .Yay.._ ...... .......LT. 11 may
1&1I1'110 a In 100 P Inji'f
D ..
bibs .,..., ... she ah )t
: seeing Jhat :
r ---- lost totally;
.aeuparl,mandamus Injunetiom QUO u.?--.- .- ..,,,.-.-idaya.....___._...Ar. MAYO and. ALTON
t1 I prohibition. babe corpus laM.Alton. abolished the,custom of subjecting all:I

yrr dwrd.ctlon aDd MCUJar. to the IODIJlletJ! -; At. A. .., ,.. ..... ....._......_...._.......:.....Lr.I Kusslan: prisoners ta a system of ghastly
I of mad the tIreuit south Lr""s .... ft.". -.. .Ate....__ .. .Ar. I I iTrt, I I .
skit. county except the pose I torture besides repealing many other Fit and PassFrt., and PUI, Passenger: end FiSH'Frt. and Pus Peycriy er
to IlUDmolll and empanel.) grand .... .. ....."Yayo....... .. _.._.__.._ STATIONS
f t ....U. There shall bd aix' -" -" -- .LT. cruel and barbarous law: *. No. 'I No. 9 I Na U. I 1-i0. 8 No. 16 No. 1. *1s

j jII Ict .I. 1Mb terma.., ."t' ..." ........;......Aayo......__ ..... -_Ar. 911 a m 345 pm Daily U SUIl. Daily ex.Sun Sunday Only Daily; ex Sara Daily ex SUII. Sunday'.... Omy ,
: betas &* There shall be for stld i ---\iL- uPM.-- i P. M. --r-14. P. JL AL: IL.
'43atya itreut1u .... ,.., ... .8an .... "r. Waahinsrtoa'a Ilaad. ,I
.... attorney who ahall beep ?- -- t.iM $ 9 0 a :3 Z5 pm. Leave Leave I Leave Amve.Arrive Arriva I
J ...... 1t1 Wvenior ,d confirmed by tm George: Wasbinglnn'a hand wan described Ui 4.30 I 5.11) I Dom ling Park 8.0'1 UO 1.5-1 .
1 W.tfcall koUhU effice for four .*, ;.., Y_......-.Saltltoad-----Lv. 851 a m 315 pm 9.10 4.40 I 6.22 Mayo: Junction 'l.58 1.20 8.44 '
... ;
sT P .LitS shall be fixed by law. .'.. 9.2.Aikold as that of a giant.: On the lost U3 .53 I 1.34'' Cark" 1.4'1 3.10 8.33
... ., JJ"JJ.... ,*. All ofrenses triable hos L' "r' 'R'''''.___. --... __ --Lv. 8 40 a m Z (5 pm occasion of General Lafayette's visitto '.38 5.03 I 5.44 Peterson 1.35 3.00 8.23
..
I.( .' ?* uted upon informatiop 2.S 8 10.00 s:::5.30 a 6.5o: I Mayo I 1.20 ,'a 2.43 I 1.11At'
It# I. let N tld. 1 .. .. ,.. _.... this country he remarked to Mr. Cos- I
by tbs prosecuting attorney paIJ: r---.,...;_-r_....Cbarlton. ? .Ly. 8S3 a m Z 35 pmt 1010 Ar 5.0 Ar 6.02 Alton Ly 7.00 Lv US L. 8.00 i =

its tn...tti4r Ons;..,>tMlC't f Ivr tow of the circuit avert for Brfl!! ':, 3.9. _. __ Us when referring to a former visit, Regular stop. Connec tiuf mane at Dowling Park for all trains to and from Live Oak.and ParrOt
Lv
wyoffense triable is ,age a'Ly.... .,.-r' ., .-.. ._.K.n 823 a .m Z 20 pmf ..
I 1 Nsard. Upon the finding of suck < 8.0' 'You were holding to a single finger For information to connections with other lines, 'phone or call on General Passenger! AgfcUphone '

q.,1 IAe t. e.rtait, Mw hall commit or boil! tU.i f .FenhooI1oway.____---.....L 815 a m 210 pm the good general's remarkable hand- 147 Lewin Building Live Oak. rat
h. i'I[f ""..,. Ole court *f record, which ..IIIL' THOMAS DOWLING. President R. P, HOPKl 3. General) Passenger Agent v-l
..ts ..... ..Itv.nMetlllllu"ncluk p ''I' ---...DenmarkS.3 -_...._ ..r.._._.L. 808amlS3pm] :: the greatest feat you could perform
k7:;; ; of said court I _}jIt. that time." Washington was the champion
I3dINT. eh..dy i tll. electors of Eacsmbiee : p ," I ..-_Perr7....._-_...._..*.LiT. S 00 a m 120 p m
1 S Y.TH... eAtc. for four year and hit' :i' jumper of his day. In one match: b

teat .. fixed ky Jaw, Iheshenff *i he covered 21 feet 3 inches easily beating
-.atJ.JIaIl. ] be the executive vtfoa: I '.:i:'" : SEABOARDAir
: +*.., aaj hili duties and fees shall begs jI .aiTelephlQI. : StatioL. (f) Flax Station. (r) Rogbtar. (s) P.esrukrStop.; (a) all competitors.

tertbo **. The same rules of prgwn T, P,. LSTOK. Superintendent.
nlStt. HwU-! which obtain in the cirri wart(, -
General from the .
*|ww> .aati obUin in tbe court of reeeMlj: Pauenxer Agent Danger Plague.There's
.......tJ..to criminal courts of rro4 V .Yj' Line [ "

.;.i'I "'- ::J .Mtabrwnprovlded.... % herein, shall ip)>frJ grave danger from the Railway
4 ;fir i t4....... .... *liked. the court of record ChaII! plague of Coughs and Colds that are
from M
.. the court of t com
=rt, sea lb.au w.win of another county for the sarM l so prevalent unless you take DKing's r. For Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines Raleigh _
.
sal ,
MirUie laws i fort\ & ..
providing *
.Q.... .. ]anticCoastLine New Discovery for Consumption
*' t. u..
1Jt'; .. y < elreuit court of one eon
'- .. *.w wut tJ another county. Tht: Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Geo. Baltimore New York.
.. Richmond Washington Philadelphia
,, *f M .bli dUcrttioo.order the eijxuit.taaOU .-, ,
county or of any olber Walls, of Forest City. Me., writes: _

r. .... ... .M..newd.It kwre'Any Urm civil or parts in of the court camdm J J orida> "It'3 a Godsend to people living in Trains _

...... Ielty U tried twfure cause retort or in et+*<** Georgia, Alabama, climates where coughs and colds pre Three Elegant Dily: '

t".. toifflratMD ef the judge of the Court: 01.Jr
t e+ar is Irte4 bra judge ad litl'll1.ort. mar iinia vail. I find it quickly ends them. It SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED _
.,..... ''tesnd .the Circuit court of EscambiiM North Carolina and
prevents Pneumonia
ft { say Mfctr county in the same a'sya.d s cures LaGrippe SEABOARD EXPRESS -
..,.j .J;, ? Mil w UM asm previsions U ROW"swU gives wonderful relief in Asthma and
tadtePe the circuit court of EcamU I :
';:;.:_, .U fmiMi,. 47. The Supreme Court *f *J ; South Carolina. Hay Fever, and makes weak lungs SEABOARD MAIL I r1
have appellate jurisdiction ia afl cv*
> .......... MIl..ta eqoity origlnatirg in the court ef strong enough to ward off Consumption
.J at1-.ap,,, .*4 to rajM cf convktion of felony toW to W' MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
.*.-. Th rfmiif rniirt nf EeeaWhw ; Coughs and Colds. 50c and
.east ..... final f acpellate jurMit-tioa) M *y |:The Great Highway of Travel from $1.00. Guaranteed by Barclay & *
,, j *>* ....a tried in the court of re 4*- The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pullman -

,r.-4.... .Y1..." 1, !*Mw.........Rote. vhetker. of error to the prorecutcd Supreme from Court lt free.Groover Drug Store. Trial bottle, Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonvilleand

-* s.cM4.. Z 'i sal a'!>4 Cfetrt.. shall be prosecuted in the _' fe--Easi t W6 ost t Nora South --. New York, via Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augus-
fcs5 I aerwdu"* to the sagie rules Ml-= P
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*... .. rear i iw.sedtnpa' from the Circuit Court Wp _,-/ tine 12:10: P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20{ P.M. daily, including Sui\.: ays. '

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.-...?.... "' TO THE EAST, THE FAMOUS g1LAF nl TCCOAST{ J U LINE f ONLY LINE; k

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i......, +r i' qd, __ j a I. .IN. following f amendment to fAr&MM DA AND WEST INDIA\ LIMITED ROUND. TRIPExcorsion Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New OiK.an} :
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F Ft: 'fI> ) Ji.\."..... .. .. ...CoMUtulion.. of the Stall of FUia sMa M .r Furjfull: luformatlM) liP'* Hpt] ni v.--il tor t1111
ie and
heRb sassed to
.... .11II )f FenVa-iM) write
a W u on 'hl.81t't11. ( \ or
to UM electors of the State ;
... r.... .l*tw t.l 1906 for ratification or ,..N9.I NEW YORK EXPRESS. Rates :. C. BOYLSTON JR. '
.
", .. __.. teetaef L Either: branch of the .. ...' Assistant General Passenger Agent.JACKSONVILLE.FLA. t '
'
S lar.
f'Io
.;; ...... ** eek thereof may p-
.. if .: .
**> this Ceiutitution; and thebe' "
.... FROM JACKSONVILLE.
...
*. to l>y three-fif of all the .
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.. L-I to tU hhrtu e. such proposed [ MONTGOMERY AND "DIXIE FLY v -
a. I U ROUTE Ark. sale
..... .. Mtond up<>, thir rt'Spectve_Jatt.tlw iQI $38.4o-Hot Springs, on October 14 15 limit .leaving 1$17.55-Gullport, Miss., on sale November E s
J limit
daily ninety days.
... .. .:a. -led. ....tot fc eKia one month euunty immedute4b. where.a ; "[ ) ER" VIA ATLANTA.RS'AND ; Birmingham October 21. 12, 13; limit Novem- Vin, i
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test Maml .U: iinn of Re .,...... $17.65-'Memphis, Tenn., on sale Oct Extension to November 21. ber 28. f
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I .. k e k* fc elect km the came shall be IM"! .: <. ober 15 16 17 18 limit f?
", IbfrMrs .r: ;
r.. ,I W la.State, approval! tutS Macon Ga. sale November -*ew Orleans La., on sale .. t : b
P" 7.70 on $19.60
'hl-ta.::::/j -JMlty U the elector voting upoa October 31. Extension Nov $ .
.. way at ouch| rWctiua hail adopt P* 'Co THROUGH COACHES ON AUJTRAINS.: 11 to 17, inclusive; October 12, 15; limit Oct- "
GAf ..... ato1 ember 30.$10.35Atlanta .
.
4-1
.. e_...hall bece 1.I 1e
::; I .... : ...!.... TW pftll'lkd amepd ;.IIt8 le t Line via all limit November t 1') .. ."..*.rf elector!to* mileage books, good to all points, Ga., oa sale Oct
I a*to e.abl.lhe ;
.... I .......... ... AU awnda" Eas $11.25-Montgomery, Ala., on sale 30. r:
., .t ..r.t.eJ" Oa5w. -, ; as Washington and as far West as St. Louis, ober 9,10; limit October 20.
II wherons >+mt ,
I t o hichthiiHiuiW October 20 22 23 24 25,
,
,
to other points.
lea las Extension to October 30. Excursion rates
adapted by the elector art 1crcite ANew Orleans 4
** !I a,..,. tU CocaUtation from ;,:,' -. ; rates 2500. 26; limit October 29.
1 fe -IV :,oMtkat 01 the wne.. ?+ $10.35-Atlanta, Ga., on sale October Limits schedules Pullman ac-

r fa I, o 1.j r I The A Wrired Lta. ca.Jnns'III,;c\IIlIplan 190iw : "It. )..:.1," \ CONSULT THE PURPLE fOLDER. 19, 20, 21, 22; limit $25.50-St. Louis Mo., on sale Oct commodations and all detailed information -

+t, --Alnut,. std th. ranvoLret.r end full information regarding rates, Pullman reserva- leaving.Atlanta October 30. ober 14, 15; limit leavingSt. to above and other points ,
K ti uric Rhea be eubJecudueudah' ;
I Extension to November 15.$10.85tlanta Louis October 20. Extension cheerfully given on application, either
.nJ
K '" ;Of'ridJ. i.I ales call writeJSW
Gt on nearest ticket agent or
f 11 l'-.I) LL14 m ithe Stan tP" your to October 30. in person or by mail, to
VUllauMr 'have Ga., on sale October -
WHKXEOP
; *aDd*affi.ed I' Stal Dist Pass. Agent, 133 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Fl*.
:; .i1
t ..:... 1\:_ '1 .. (ILS.J) i t.u *f Florida at Tai A1ue. .? ?.Pass. Agent 138 W. Bay St, Jacksonville Fla. 12, 17; limit October $32.80-Buffalo, X. 1"., on sale October FRANK C. BOYLSTOX, '
of .
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? ..
r.DttaL thia Ant 1 .
"-4.'aers pW! N. C. U 10, 1112; limit leaving District Passenger Agent, N
"i-t ,, 1 -p er Traffic Manager General Offices, Wilmington,

Ui-,, 1i. CLAY fI _i : Pass Agent kaeral Offices, Wilmington, N. C. $13.20-Birmingham, Ala., on sale Buffalo October 19. 138 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, F1a.w rk I
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: 'I' For $lO'.I will, ,give. you the combined! i c6urseBooIing ( ;[ tii: : 04.


t ), payyour! board and room-rent: : for six, mont)&; 3Oj ," l # .

MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE .for 88 Iwill give you. complete course (four morithsin: Bookkeeptnor 1 t/ ---,-'-

: f old, addage and a very true
and and board and.room-renf.
: Stenography Typewriting, pay your : = .I
financier
"Anyone great -
I one/too. says our -- .,

+ "c-make money," but the amount for only $100. 3 _.... --. -'- .

I t you make will depend entirely upon your : ;If you want tuition alone, I will give'you a Life Scholar p'orOrfiV in';, "

5- tt qualifications. A day laborer can make : SWANTANNEX

from $i25 to $1,50, a day, while a bookkeeper : I have trained thousands of young men and women for clereial work, and placed' tha&f _

: 4 or stenographer can make from $15 t : positions. I will do the same for you if you place yourself under our instruction at the; < --r- & I j ill -:' ..


to $25 a week. I propose to give you a -. ii

+ training that commands a good salary, and I SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGg) !

also propose to save you money in getting it.

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I they find one another out "I Qbn't believe he Is a bit crazier!I 'Second-The high value of these permitting the St t\.J f&fS\of GoY +eb r-

before supper." than you are with your composite. lands is so well known that the Trustes rich lands ia tt\
.i : FICTION and.FRICTION They can't break loose and wax confidential c!clowns your three ringed Topsies and; I } are daily in receipt of letters. people and Pla.dni -Js"..., __"" d
your piratic patients" said Sao. ,from people living In the districts adi.sole prices in the r 11\I t -
1 between now"and 1 o'clock.
"There Is no time to explain! have 'joining the Everglades offering to buy who actually desire to viii
Brandon Announced the guests as terrible Raid Brandon. "One these lands at from $5.00 to ;{0,00 I These few but po :- --

liacf they entered the drawing room. Sam news an acre. The opposition quote an iii caries of the States-\0: the c1Jt.pj .
of the servants has i that
Bangs came last his! face radiant with developed malig otter hunter named Tendall and a or no taxes to 1J1A11f.a; ()d. J.-NQW sii4eant I
k Mu txct Muxzey nant smallpox! and you must all leave cattle owner named Whldden for % revolutionists
By smiles and soap; placing one hand on meat and who tnall1tai ( \the
the house as soon as possible to avoid proof of their contention that the unfair to ask is progress i
them
f7 bis! spine the other on his heart, he to tolunteera
1nfe tlon. There la! a train to New land will be of no value when drained acre to IJ
reclaim the porUou
i CVipjrlght, 1906, by Homer Sprague made a real dancing school bow and }gab -, thoughtful
tAe
"
York In half an hour ,' and the Trustees quote analyses by the people Ia -', are I
sold nationalities
;
"'"""' """ 0s ; Sam made a bolt for the door Cols made by chemists under the direc. ''NOWDEMANQtlugave th .aof aU
"This Is the proudest moment of my tion of Bloxham and the discussing the poe t tiI t
The moet popular novel and "big life lowed by all but the, ,,widow who refused Governor them the landa'tt atelJ of I
to leave John. reports of wonderful crops madeon possess and upon wbj iraba'a i future form II
gest seller" of the year wa "Aunt! John thanked him; and Brandon said! "You needn't wait-I will attend to muck lands exactly similar in to pay the drainage tais desire for anneia- I
The
Mary Moffat," written by an unknown he was lucky
a author whose name and fame hnd sud ho could lay his hand on It so readily. : te reclaimed. them .as a'' free gilt ; .... : US been it BOWL

.. denly gone abroad throughout the land. Ethel arrived and insisted ou going; "Who are your demanded the aston- "Third-I fail to see the justice claim it, and then bay .ih past four years.that the
in the whole State being taxed to :axed by the 81Ud1e 4 and the wish
Young Dr. Branaou, just returned with the housekeeper to the butler'spzmtry ished widow H ,;, .
where she drain an area in its southern extremity are permitted to=iajoy'j' retain some measure
c 4 from Europe, hastened to congratulate stayed looking "I am the girl who is: to marry Ml, particularly when the owners of ship or to reclaim ufo, t Cuban affairs IIjnslientl1lhan

ti' his successful friend, and to his,amaze through the door. Has tlng3." the lands which are to be benefltted for ownership Un3, 6pU In

meat he found the writer In the depth Brandon opposite John at table "Are you sure 'pu are the original are ready to.pay this tax, with the people 111. -*: > eter etaT. .V

4' of despair forced the conversation to be general i. girl or ony! one of several I?'* asked the exception ot'.the rich corporations "They say we do sot ""&aves of leading

1 ;, "John Hastings! what Is I the matter steerln-t it off the hoot, until the dessert widow sarcastically "But perhapsyou who acquired them by gift, The but that ten years heath" Cuban and foreign bare

.., Arc you not satisfied with being: the appeared, then John rose are a composite. Trustees are of this opinion now and valuable and we may mlii -t.o\ attend a meeting next

_' most admired and discussed man of "Ladles and gentlemen" he said, Ml. Without saying gaodby, sue marched they were of this, opinion when they haps by that time tiaiRli TCUSS the feasibility of j
i have been fortunate enough to brias majestically out of the room, turned down the proposition from have sold their lands Kfy by
the hour? You plebeaclte
ought to be ecstatic, -''owe sort of rUE
these and
together a number of people represented "Heaven forgive that tie about the very corporations who are opposing may be able to gobble! ,
elated delirious with joy, and you look this Amendment and the plan malnder of the State tu : 'ttusel of the popnUtioQ
t'j
in book. We have the hero
my smallpox said Brandon, his
r as if you had swallowed a had) oyster," : mopping of the Trustees, to help get a. bill them at high prices Tb.iS1 to express their
Thomas the heroine! tnabled
Jenalc :
Presley less
; brow.othll.g would have
"Why should I rejoice! 11&UCl"tSS! through the Legislature to levy a one- ten out in words bath i future form otuld
when the only reason I tried fur its 1 b Jenkins! ; the patriarchal parson and saved the roof over our helld ." mill tax on the whole State for the ent between, the liner :"e 'h&t the idea ots
&
goner John groaned Aunt Mary Moffat herself Will those purpose of draining and reclaimingthese fooled. You can trust jroars _> be, The Over Str'...'
I have named rise while I drink their lands. elections in Ju>
"What do you mean?" are entitled to life upqji t.i1: 1 s next

.1 !Y "I was engaged to >Ethel Cansom: good hl'nlth1"i i DRAINAGE Of THE MBfiUDB[ [ |: "Fourth-If the railroads can get as Florida has sad x abandoned, the cuet- .bit-
"Here h ta : these lands after they are drained reasonable ,QT.
you remember, and only waiting for Aunt Mary Moat and nil I prices prices % i among Cubans appeal'JOt
; 'to her"- her friends, relatives and acquaint they can get them now and they and your officials.and>$1 1 o( electionsThe
4 money support holding
"Seine consider ancesl" 'said John, and glasses were (Continued from first would have gotten them long before cates who are here for g& 1 1SI ; the statas W"-.n r
people thr.t on insignificant page.) this if they had pressed their suits Question of the
drained amid "It would be very
great
1't' detail""Cntortunately Then in order to applause.identify each character will of the people to place in powera with half the vigor that they are par- your Trustees to become asn i te J :' and whether senators Stale ...,UPbeM

Ethel's father did he suggested that all should be set of Trustees who will take a dif suing their opposition tactics today, popular, by simply betravfej I atativea are to receivethe .t Ie poe..
y' not, but now my fortune is assured ferent But granting for the sake of an argument -
view of this playing into
matter hands
than the the ot(icates. i 'tom establishment ,. ,
seated .
the after
except hero and heroneand .
? she refuses to that the railroads do get them .. a1 adtaAllMre
r. marry me altogether, present ones do. That is why we by. simply' notiWnsi" j 1 *
"May I ask why?" tour Thomas Presleys and three hear at every election of "Railroad they will not get them until they have the Trustees are readfn4J'GYtiional! government. 11111deed wail 1w s4e. f

"Sh declares that I have drawn the Jenny Jenkinses were left staring first 'Candidates" for office That is why clearly established their legal right to the syndicate tie 1 d\D.\ Washington ,

character of Aunt Mary Mo.Tat: from In perplexity, then in rage, at ono another railroads own newspapers in this.to them and the Trustees being representatives the people's domain trb>t I -- r-- -- ,.. .;t1. -

her grandmother and beld' her up to State and seduce''others. That Is why be found of the people would not has outstanding eIalmJ''XUJ.'F.; [ IN COLUS10S. ,...Unt a::.. .

ridicule'before everybody," "There must be a misunderstanding railroads have paid writers and opposing what has been proven '. owned by the syndicate;)'] t-_ ,

"She U cnzyr% Brandon exclaimed. ," said ,John. "Surely there can be speakers on their list of employees to be right, Pursuing this sup twice covering it. But,Ie. .. ... S&b-

There of others: but one hero or !heroine: of a single! That Is why railroads and other kin makes position a little further I say that it be popular with them; _'t? Were Injured at Laasiaf lei( tit 1e *t>***
are plenty :
; polnr dred no difference who owns the
bock." corporations maintain expensive rather do our duty by the j j ; burgh, N. Y
lag to a pile oft letters. "All those are literary bureaus that, flood the mails lands after they are drained. The have honored us, and b,. eeL a...4 I-:

from people who recognize themselves heroes The three women talked at once, the of this State with misleading liter only use that the State could put "Well done" for our iPpIai R rcrgh, N. Y., Oct 5.-Tin ....... .. "...'
or one of their relatives among the muttered bitterly, the personal i them to would be to sell them and enjoy the consciousness ofi-_ -: -were killed outright and

characters of i my, book.( Listen to this: conductors exchanged hasty co nfl-- ture."But the people own the three mil 1' spend the money for the purpose of duty, than to be applau N: $et \injured, In a rearft4 '.',
deuces; John cast a glance toward the lion acres remaining in this rich education. If the State reclaims them pM'1
moment nevspasaS&f
,t "Dear llr Ilastings- was so pleasedto area I by paid "
flak you made ma the heroine of your door, but Brandon laid a detainln and if the people want it. it is theirsto and 13 compelled, to give them to the ments at so.muea, a cohwaij? .\et'leen a regular pa&teftf

book, I told the editor of our vli' 're ]
per,.and he pat a piece in the Huckleberry "My friends," he said, "It Is plainthat hands of the present Board of Trustees books after they are drained at from the perfidy that would, lthf i4Ifaine Pvailroad dir eetl t! ttaa' a
Junction Post about it please send meyour I and electing men to $2.50 to $25.00 an acre instead of the : 'yet .
: Mr, Hastings has drawn composite succeed blandishment. .ut the taasingburgb d fo4, '
autograph. them in office nothing as now, and the State : :
who
belong to the can =::
characters, taking from each the people build the schools From the earliest times fc&j troy, about o'clock Jeettfo **
There aN more heroines, a number instead of to the despoilers just the same with .
o
quality for which you are best know i the the money taken In tory of mankind the .., I ...-
of heroes, and you remember the manJ people. the corporations. by the tax col ,t. .

called the "patriarchal! \ parsoll'thewood I Is one clown In a three ringed circus lectors. land_-" _by__ the_ people M_ .._has___beeneu .....J-. is(* liwieasnne ..
Fallacies of the -
less a clown because there are two Opposition Argument necessary lor auueu""The ?? ""
w :are full of grandfathers exactly "Fifth-This argument is so fats hope of possessing i4 Cotton Damaged. Twnttf* M .**
others? "The
:, lIke blm 1t As ; hired agents of the corporations 1 lacious that I pass it by as unworthy
appears. for the Aunt always been the strongest Per Cent By the Storm.
9 r their Nothing could have been more Ingeniously who are trying to escape the of tie dignity that an attempt to #.c 1It.-
Marys name tj .legion! :: -there are re- to cause men tq throw oqt ...
: ', at least three In every: village In the offensive and smoldering irritstion 1: burden of taxation for reclamatcTy fute it would bring to it. of their masters and assert M3dom. > 2Ery, Ala., Oct. 4.-Pr.'. .Irani' nNTttr :

states : threatened to burst forth. e purposes on the i eventeen million "The literature, in which I have The great Jehovah i ihjs '. alb Seymour, of the Alab-aras eas..b
widow stood by John to him. |I acres of land now owned by them and endeavored to the best of my ,: ; 1
.. protect poor agent Moses, will belleee (H '
i topromsotthe
Brandon helped himself: from the pile to wrest from the people the remainling ability to present the truth [ Cotton Association
Brandon about the &
tried again. children of Israel, enslaved \ ti f fa..
and read aloud; ( three million acres, have scaredup drainage and reclamation of A i reports enough to JUtU-
the ip.y
"We have all seen 'Uncle Tom's Cab erations by the Egyptians,, ; ,
"Dear IIlStfn: ,Perceh-tag! as I cannotfill with two Uncle Toms a many arguments against the planof Everglades reaches your hands not of (fanaan as an inducement? ..i\the estimate that the HOP :o..arit<
to do so. the depiction of my late lamentable I Ilu' panof the Trustees. through the medium of hired ( ltepybt '"
tM
f fc t
agents to rise and follow him hurt least 25
aunt in the title character of I Topsies and a brace of Evan, and none "Thousands of words have been paid from the overflowing up ... was at per
.otr. book, .I sussest that it would be a j I of them differeth> from another In used in which to clothe these arguments of corporations that have exchequers ery to freedom. :The mostbnS* f&T(i i storms of last week. He .......IHJ pi

-,. inaimrm her grave.act for Her you folks to put csn't a monument aCord It. I Ion glory." and thousands of pounds of through special privileges grown which rich you successful pure democracies and most that tie lasts 1!"*] -".; :that,. /L a crop in Alabama I ....t.-: "

tt would be a sooJ ad, for tha book too." Here the butler announced that: tbs! white paper have gone through the have given them. The people have known, was that of ancient!*: ;;'-_3$ SO( per cent short before satatetrattBaufe
I doctor was wanted across: : the street presses' and into the mails on which furnished the money which has en- liberty n' :which, total aM ti..
; nrai ou Uughed heartily, to print them. But ebbed Here it was that f would give a
i For h afea's sake: don't :* whispered the most painstaking ms to get these facts Into .
"What fan it \703ld be ta get thc3e gar search and the most thoughtful hands. I made your The evolution of the coU1111 ", ef the season of someihi&f taVb,r I
a direct
I John.'Tak appeal to of the.1YO,
ed in the survival
t-eople together} Pappose: we go to my consideration of them on my part the people for aid in t per'Cent N-.
house :at KnaTftridge: and give a party I ta: them yourself; mate 'em has failed to disclose more than five the truth about the great disseminating enterprise est cities. Sparta and of Ache the f, -

i for them. Perhaps if Ethel sees the laugVBefore arguments against it. and by popular the final surviving l
: subscription b
the i
F. 'I'
John could utter a word SamBcngi "These people the two: Sparta. Atnens | Bird pardoned. t'iiflI' .tA
numerous other claimants: : Bhe; Fill give are: have placed it in my power to esttpbd ..
best
I down to us as the ?. RobersoQ
up her idea about( grandma.: I rose in wrath. "First-That' the land will burn up reach you. nut SpS'* returnedTallahassee t..h
culture, from
.. John d\ purred, but waa: finally persuaded "This is a nice! job you t fcave. rut up when drained. "In conclusion I desire to 'present finement ves us as and the most w sP1 icma where ta I lMykfctt( >r tittMw k '

by Brandon who assumed the'I on us. It tLese t!: alai the real: folks in valua."Second-That the lands are of no additional reasons why you should ample of the manifestatiOBOU _-, p of dan,ago to a tHl6f e'

entire responsibility and sent the following the book IIdB:: we know you are the "Third-That the whole vote Article for Constitutional Amendment liberty in its perfection.* 'tate Board of Pardons 1 It .
State 28 'siltteM
as
real published. (
letter to each of the originals: 1 nuthor1"pproaching should be taxed to drain them. I "h ... the ereat law elver of 8pactt. ..... u4rrC P tN..t.. .rtsn h
\ footsteps turneJ attention --u win protect the great the necessity of making tneS?*;- -
enterprise Mh**
't "Fourth
Mr John Hastings reQuests the honor -That the railroads will I of I Evicted on a charts *f!
cf toward the door, through which drainage of the Florida Everglades land owners if he expo ..
jour presence October the sixteenth at get them if they are reclaimed. and test .,t..ter and *. flee '
sentenced to the
saycn o'clock to meet the ladles and gentJcaaen ', marched a lively gentleman who saluted : "Fifth-That the putting on the \pla.lngtne lands reclaimed them freemen. He instituted '
from whom characters in hIs in the hands of the people extraordinary :y. Owing to doubt at tea 4teen
and addressed tha company:; market of this immense acreage ol by preventing and most a I ty t *
"Aunt Mary lloftat" were drawn. j "I I land will the ever fluctuating work of of land division known to t'?dta guilt his tad
am rejoiced, delighted! enchanted cheapen the other lands of the Legislature' brothers ttMM T1,
"I have seen your capricious charmer the State to from ever taking such He divided the land of.thedk1 : Te
to such
see all he
you bawled, "the creatures -. an extent that It, action as would .. ; Persistently sought a4i
and prevailed upon her to come to( ; of my imagination characters will arrest the'progress of the development the discourage and retard country into 30,000 h. nOf &te his conviction .fife 1..w.4
our party: ," said Brandon a few days of 'of the State. progress of the enterprise. distributed among t see ..
book. I-the at the
famous the
my Instance
I of While
territory
the lobby and he divided the at CampTiile U
who
later "She "First-The land will
hesitated but she will be 1, not burn,
clever-the would
Inimitable! be
i -the greatest of ever to1 tluaoet .... It
present In which
the 4
into wle> wwe
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there-the unmistakable! glitter of curiosity up when drained because the Tru. the land pay of 9,000 parts tf perfect freedom lOt
authors syndicates.
greet you. ,stees will not drain it. among an equal number tomiag tl4e ...'- ,
The ( when
settler he please4Kaea
In
First was her azure orbs. : "I knew It," Sam exclaimed. "Then will drain it, and when a settler sees i i thn'i1 3 uldvput out of court all of The institutions of Ly"ru.-:; -RUi fibs' .
the author's as welcome 1M'
among guests to aewsteeuda
you really wrote 'Aunt Mary Moffat.: his land commence to burn 11 i I brought injunction for seven hundred ...
j's arrive on the auspicious loth was and he is an impostor pointing to such a thing as burning up land up is, proceedings to prevent the Drainage Sparta became mistress of in this and other t4, n+ te r. -
Commission !
an alleged "patriarchal: : I collecting the tax spread 0 t. M ortda fer + "
j parson personally John. possible he will be on hand to put; and these Institutions who earaestly

: conducted by a nephew named "To perdition with him in five minutes the fire out. If such a thing as a speedily; the use of reclaiming the the territory with dent kingdom of Greece ft teieate He has two bro m., 84t4 ....

Samuel Bangs. The heroine was repre- ? Certainly I dId-I wrote all the large area of land catching fire and I j l : "It may be money.the last strict_ .observance. __n.of.......tteo.. _. t4at-P1.1n. th!. rnnntv... 1. .hl'-- '-" tent---- t.. .
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sented by a married woman (whose books In all the libraries made the burning up, as these opponents claim,,I' that the people wlll opportunity possioie lor a smau InOd ;..wtnter of The 4e1: apUHtiof
have
to of J. B. Bar-
tad been legislate to the fourth part
husband came also), a widow world possible, the peat bogs ol t t ,
young and the themselves
i people children
'
and a sentimental ruaUea. Two clcrts: ," are my Ireland would have been ash heap s I will carefully Upon the subject. If they :to dispute empire with thetif' ry Ilrt Co., Wiley Bird, la thus try "$
tIt's long before St. Patrick drove out the, read the amendment erful throne then u PI !1atk man,and Mea4aIDN there U aw1* -*"
bank they wlll
a cashier and a commercial trav- see its ,
genius, said the maiden. snakes. But lo and behold! In the importance and and to bend it to its 9j '! s, and fields ud I"' re Arho
when
J, ..
eler appeared for the hero and four "It's rum," said the widow. mdst! of the waving of these torches,, the opponents of this measure the basic Institutions ;'_ ___- ita T. Clemmoas.S4 j,.'

Aunt Mares In various stages of senility "It's mania" said Brandon entering Sir. H. M. Flagl>r bas undertaken tc assert ed that the people cannot be trust- !. through Sparta of Andert'tf higher In Sawaaaee I dataal

came attended by enterprising followed by a man who, stepping behInd drain some lands )te and otter rid 1 reasons, they for will clearly understand the!'was the Individual own _, Jr1fT.. Bird's brothers and norm 4W to tI

i s relatives. the elated gentleman took him paople own, near West Pain Beach., d-cate: appointed the distrust of the syn-I!! by the people and :Ii' ,Jo1afa many friends laffilm The Ine&' wa" ;

i ), "1 wish we had never invited them" by the elbows and walked him out of end ore bear very little now aboul people's rights which guardians of he furnished a most iltusro! '-7 .c on his pardon. Uaueesly nrf she" '

said John nervously. "We will have a the house. drained land burning up because, a3; guardians advocate self-appointed :lof' the perfection of g. :,;1S tell .... ''''
rookie as these paid sentiment makers thE! pOlicy of hold- whatever light she is "- ,
row as 'sure as sparks fly upward.'" "That Is! a paretic patient of mine, fng back this improvement :': of l-' "JJm OM Ntatt' ''
,
who are they have cct yet had th hn until they wnether for: the glory ,: went to Lurt now
,:
t y "Leave It to your uncle," said Bran, his overheard me speak of this partyto audacity to say that land drained b y r thud In sold the their four mUUon acres 'of : the wisdom of her laws L -,,\, t; where she wills l September I .**
;
don. "I wouldn't miss it for a golden daughter today and stole away the State drainage district sciences
will burn up and land drained fixed at price ment of arts and : ? distttttmew .
from his by them to sa lisitlng relatives veil
attendant.to the >,
corkscrew,"' _. --- .----- come. by Flagler will ,,not, Thom they very people all, the perfection of hu :;; ;-'
-t --.. -- are trying-'-' to fool before "I thank yon for roat' -" .1-- -
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