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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
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System ID: UF00075905:00135
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\ F1M 141 meat. and who malnt&f11 'rrVvoltttlonJsts andusers executive officer of the Cuban health"
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them today
;.. dtslai acre to to pa'i is progres- 1
c4 reclaim the.Iati4 '"j <"Governor< Taft has told us to use
$ilreel .by the people thoughtful\ portions?
f Ile. cIkeeo HOW DEMAND In ,many:,' > iu nationalities are j any amount of money needed for '

:_.;: 04 t" gave them the lands tbat.the: : -' Kusslng' the pos- x t u. putting Cuba Into a first-class sanit-
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f/Otk.ll. and UPon which form of i ary condition and for stamping tout
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pay .
"'kN"f'"t .'Uw to bestowing drainage tar; -'desire. Jor annexaPbe -, 1'',, i',,"" f 1Jt '- \ yellow fever., Consequently we are .
item the today installing sanitary brigades.. at
as a' free -.carefully con- .
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ta Millet IaJm It. and then ,bUTJe PIt t four,:years, is now a number of cities. We have not submitted ..

i (* AIf4 bl the B1I1dlcate iUe"wish that then to Mr. Taft any estimate, of
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: are three cases of yellow fever, one
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.a %> *itf4 ownership, landa.owa to Cuban affairs
t tel *|*% hieI people ,atly'than: ever, ,& 4t./ 4 of which came from Guanabacoa.

.i .PeIlltees : There are no cases elsewhere on the
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rPtt bat t that ten rears Island, and there is no special epidemic -
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t"'"' hence !It i and foreign, have
.** valuable and Donahcu in Cleveland Plain Dealer,
,, alwi flay tape by we may need f 1t.' ad a meeting next threatened but precatlons are
that time they,, The disinfecting force in
-- .. frag bare ithe; feasibility of necessary.
f S>> .... tad sold teir lands at- \ Havana. already has been increased
' tr.3 1q may be able to gobble ; of 'plebesdte by THE REPUBLICANS ARE ALARMED( NOW\
Ptaaill D1lJod.r ot the StatA ta..".._ep '-* ** s N".Jntof1tOtW t eens It blgh prices.--This i< brigade in Havana Is being Increasedto
.... out In it f f to i i express their i
,. words but J. I 200 men. There. are 200 men now ,
3t4 ft* tit between the .D e future. form of
: tea # lines. at work; at Camp Columbia engagedIn
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aslsde1 tooled, You can trust :be:: The idea of

,.. :. Ire entitled to Jive upon you as. <..elections In Janu- Over Strength Shown by Hearst-Republican Administration is Very Anxious a quick but thorough,job of dlsln-- J
pN U Florida ,
has, and fection and mosquito extermination i-J
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-* : ud reasonable prices, price set' Cubans for Election of Hughes-Roosevelt Will Take Part In preparation for its occupancy by- -
. *kiorIylt four officials and not bY g appear- American troops." .
fitu who are here for holding of elections "

t :" 11' would be very easy".- n.of:: the statusWhether Washington, Oct.. 4.-No purely Scared of Hearst. Roosevelt Will Assist. There is some incendiary talk of
W. Hfo1 loot Trustees : resistance to the laying down of arms

1:;I..-:'MIt t4ytWta trt.. popular' by simply to become betraying tiam a. ,:Tel'are to senators receive State campafgi in many years has' No doubt exists that tie, administration "At no distant time, it is quite cer In various parts of the island but s '

lj11DC Into the hands been of so great interest to a national ot) tain the President will take
ta of thij : establishment is apprehensive the situation vigor Governor Taft and the commissioner
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'the
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c:;.1: tffey Ffc4titUil I tM-- Trustees- simply are notifying !t 'government, will administration as that now being in New York. In ordinary cir ,:ous action in the New York contest regard the situation as being well '
;/ I D t ready and i ,
::: ;;::S, ...... t.. ,tie deed to the syndicates the i gton.fn waged in New York is to the Roose- cumstances, it is realized t that Mr. I|I That his action will count goes without In hand.
people's General Rodriguez commander of
9..w let1 ''aj domain; which vp.1t"_OR _Bdmlnf______tratfnn..._n__. Hearst would have practi ally a cer- saying. His strength not only
: 1.:4 outstanding claims aean : 't the rural guards, reported today that
prw 'in the
COLLISION New York, but throughout
1 tfcto ..,.. owned by the syndicate, more f > President Roosevelt has said many tainty of winning but it is hoped to, the situation around Havana is quiet
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twice covering !iu But ******* > country, has been proved and his influence -
t eiv Ila1 Itt we.i times that he would not him- I F '
permit
btt popular with offset his personal popularity with Major Ladd, of the disarmament '
them will be of the
greatest
**** I... ; we:: i Injured at Lansing- ,
I. .; ad fife rather do our duty by the ]pen N,Y, self to be drawn into local political the masses of the people by a strong weight. commission and the insurgent 1

,I1W pit bare'nell honored done" us, and han contests, and he consistently has adhered appeal based on purely national is I It is certain that the Roosevelt administration commanders are working in the rain,
for our applause ;N..y., Oct s -Five
r t:. and accomplishing! the sending home and
I"joy the consciousness of dui illied to that policy; but in this sues. It is felt by the Republicansthat 'is taking nothing for ;
"DSO B| .outright and dispersal of the insurgents.
I duty, than to be applauded the success of Mr. Hearst in granted in the New York campaign.
3 ttk.Sai wsment I red"ln a rear-end particular contest the conditions are Governor Talt has the -
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by paid newspaper.b New York would be serious blowto government
;3 tie '" a It is realized fully that the Republic
toents I at so, much a column u regular passenger different from those of ordinary '! departments engaged in their usual s
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1 1 tl i t tats I.BO would : the national prestige of the Re- cans have their work cut out for

: t. from I IM perfidy like that to would be benefit bring**i special on the State contests. 'I publican party, and it must be averted them in that State, and strenuous work, and no resignations of government fi

.f the I blandishment. .---" Railroad 'directly"iansingburgh It can be stated that all the power if possible, methods will be adopted in the cam- officers have been tendered. .;., ..

td.ealcam I'M' *"rom the earliest times to i depot, of the national administration will be I "It is perfectly evident that the paign. It is evident that Mr. Hearst \ ..,--..'

j 14.1 .t9. tory of mankind the posses- :".. flt 5 o'clock yester- exerted in New York in support of i j country is in the throes of excite- I will make one of the hottest contests BREAK HAS APPEARED v rPensacola's
Iud by the !
.4 people has been COB { the candidacy of Charles E. Hughes, ment over evils that have created ever conducted in New York. It is

1 M It" necessary for human happla .. the Republican candidate for Governor Natural Breakwater Slay Qr.
"The hope of possessing las general complaint said an imjjo.tant with this knowledge that the national .
_. Damaged .
I. esKtly. always been the strongest into Twenty- as against William R. Hearst, official pf the national administ- administration proposes to make Be Washed Away ;
; \Q ,. :t the Storm. '
cause men to throw offtk.l .By : the Democratic and Independence:! ration. "The people are determined its influence felt.
Pensacola Fla. Oct. 4.Anotherserious
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,I 1 I lave dent. The masters great and Jehovah assert their Ins j 'Mii''! Oct <.-Presianr League candidate. I I[ to eradicate these evils, if possible. ;I Mr. Hearst's campaign for the [ break.. through Santa Rosa Island .

1(iWsj ff JKHW W. aleut Moses to'-promise. ; of the Alabama The campaign in the Empire State I I and they are likely to follow Mr .mayoralty of New York opened the by the hurricane. The island ;

fettle.tie children of Israel, enslaved fon ?Cotton) Association, will be conducted along national i i i Hearst, in the belief that he may uo i eyes. of political observers through- is three feet deep and fifty to one : '.

I''N. aot rations ffanaan by the Egyptians, thor .rt"|,enough to j justi lines In all of the campaigns for I the Moses to lead them out of what out the country and President Roosevelt hundred yards wide, making three 3

"' t-t::;; 1ft." to rise up as and an follow Inducement him from forl i irr ,", mate that the crop Congress throughout the country, t I appears to be a wilderness of corrupt I and his advisers:! were not slow chanels that have been cut in the island '

2 I t.f".;" ltu. ,. to freedom. The most brilli burl. at least 25 per the Republicans are relying on the I. tion. They know, however, what to .grasp the facts developed then. by the hurriance. The island t'

: rtiit eW. successful and most lasting ,'( of last week. He personality of President Rooseveltand President Roosevelt has done and i is Already the President has discussed has always served as a breakwaterand a

; r":;; Iii. known Illare democracies that the World ;!crop in .AlabamaGent the policy' of the Roosevelt ad doing to expose corruption and to the situation with member's of his protected Pensacola, and !ft is r ;

.& was that of ancient "Aar short before ministration to cut important t fig enforce the laws
t an
ci eav Here It was that liberty was respecting corporations Cabinet, and with prominent Republicans -i feared that unless the government

: 3': J p.wi ,h evolution of the country : "' ::would give a total ure and the same argument will be and their belief in him will bea in New York, and decisive' immediately undertakes to build a '

i ;: ::'M1.;: .14. nl In the survival of the two i, wiasoq':. ,,, of something employed in the New York Statecampaign. great factor in the campaigns action may be expected in a short breakwater conditions will become
nG tilt titles, Sparta and Athens, throughout the country. I
;; :1Iti.. '" time by the President. serious. '
the Una) surviving of the strong --- sr
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p. Ine two, Sparta. Athens has The body of one more storm victim

Wit/# down to us as the best example pi_ [; Pardoned. CROP 'DAMAGED. IX GEORGIA. BOLL WEEVIL IX ARKANSAS. was found today. It was identified :
btment culture Sparta n returned this """'- CONTRACT PLAN ADOPTED ;
1 t., teal| and but 5j 1 as the son of J.. F, Mathews of Es-
tea ai1ahsssee
' !r'3 slotltds staple us of as the the manifestation most conspicuous of I 11 ". ,, where he Heavy Rains In Georgia Doing Damage Pest Has Appeared In Three Counties cambIa Bridge who lost wife, son

set liberty. !la its perfection. Lye Ijkyg.ago to appear to Cotton. y Bordering On Louisiana.! and"daughter. 4

t Ihs great law of Sparta. 8ard pf Pardons In
giver Axminster
The British steamer ,
:, M |the necessity of making the Spa p bird, who, in Columbia, Ga., Oct.. 5.-Considerable THE CANAL COMMISSION FAVORS Little Rock, Ark., Oct. 5.-W. GVincenheller. which arrived today from Havana,

-- land owners If he expected to on a charge of damage was done the cotton in LETTING THE CONTRACTFOR ; director of the Arkansas "
f modsd them freemen. Instituted tie reports having spoken the schooner
He
;. <- Sentenced to the this section of Georgia and Alabamaby C.NALStlONTSJ. agricultural experiment station, f '
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Mek **t and most extraordinary sc Glenafton, Mobile, disabled, the cap-
eerb of of land division known toIle -.I. >tg to a doubt as the heavy beating rain of last announces tonight on the authority i i tain. Injured, and without her bearings '
; ... divided of tie t >tla brothers
the land and
't;. e4riwJ ountry Into 30,000 parts, whlck J entiy night. The rainfall in its intneisty of Dr. W. D. Hunter, the United having lost her compass. The
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sought his
' ft.1 distributed among the inhat"* _Wt conviction five resembled a midsummer electrical TENTATIVE[ [ DECISION[ States government expert, that the latter was supplied by the steamer. r
3t -\8 tad be of
divided territory j
the "it Campville he storm, and as there was considerablewind boll weevil has appeared in Arkansasin
l"tl et lai. ,000 parts, which he dlstrW MINE DISASTER.
among an equal number ot w perfect freedoms go- with the rain, much of the cot- Miller, Lafayette and Columbia

*;:4* f4O *, The Institutions of LycurBiadi ;. rtea he pleased. ton was beaten out or blown on the counties, bordering on Louisiana. t
,1 ti9a for Announcement of Final Determination Nineteen Dead and Thirty or Forty
,
wren hundred years Director Vincenheller adds that
'all *? welcome ground, where it is now badly staIn-
news
******e Sparta became mistress of t of Panama Canal Commission Entombed.
4 tit k this and ed. The rain remarkable one there is a strong probability that the
Wed these Institutions spread over the J other was a Soon to Be Given Out
-h. ,Neat kingdom of Greece Ind -, -? who earnestly for October, the fall being unusually inested territory will be Increased* Pocahontas, Va., Oct. 5.-Nineteen t : 4'

!strict observance of them ; He has two bra heavy and lasting for several hours, considerably by December.ed known dead and thirty to forty more

e 'tesier 'posslbla for a small nation, not tUs deal of thun- men entombed and doubtless all
fU county, J. while there was a good
. t. the fourth part of modern frJ Washington Oct 5.-A tentative to late
situation a
:"' II tk f to dispute with the most rot The.J. B. Bar- der and lightning. While the crop fully. The president is anxious dead is the up

.t mill thrbne empire then upon the : Wiley Bird, a in this section is decidedly short, :i decision has been reached by Chairman that'conclusion be reached on aU hour 'today at the West Fork minesof

: ...4 lad to bead It to its will X-I ,1nanandMesdamesth; there is much open cotton in the Shoats of the isthmian canal questions of canal construction as the Pocahontas Collieries Company -

Jc. .<<): '.. Dade Institutions of Sparer is Clenimons.aer fields, and it is difficult to compute commission that the Panama canal soon as possible so that the actual where the explosion occurredlate

.- -- Wjj tiet3v through ran the Individual Sparta of ownersMpof ancient! JJ, In Suwannee the damage that last night's rain be ,built by contract An announce-I work of construction may be pressed yesterday afternoon.

tl .,.. ttr the people, and that .G id's brothers and storm did to it ment of the final determination of vigorously.

-\ ff IN C"'Ihe4' a most illustrous eJJ t i inany friends in The local warehouse receipts con- the canal official respecting the meth- Chairman Shonts and Chief En- Capt. C. B. Williard of Live Oak, ;

; ... the perfection of govern 5Vfcatver on his pardon. tinue very short The season was not i od;lot construction is expected in a gineer Stevens have been working has leased the St. James Hotel and
"';"J J.t: tr.w.J col1i1
light she Is but even few days. for many weeks on the subject o f will take charge next Monday. Capt.
t: t tt.y of hoot: only very late in opening, "
; hI .. tin waller wttdom for of the her glory laws, the 'U! I! rent to Lnrahere now, one month and two days from Chairman Shouts had a long conference constructing the great water way by Willard is an experienced hotel man .

... ...a'U with President Roosevelt contract Specifications for the work and we predict a successful manage-
Upfiiq f" are last night .
eat> of arts and sciences "J she will September 1, the small receipts
4 f'l"",,, ,' tfce perfection of human Ii .:ung relatives s very disappointing. .to the warehousemen -I at which this'and other matters are being considered before the Is- ment under his care.BradentownHerald.

Ihank you for your atte .. relating to the canal were consider- suance of Invitations for proposals. "
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tii' :: 1 I Int\t ; A ele.t;,Clan., .:' _, '''[ this here black Kamena i C--.i, E'---f- 6.CONTRACTOR> -. ,. :P' ; .- ,.} I' m 1r-s-. ."

"' .. 'Ari.ordlnMce: : to provide for\the" the'Ekde' collection at the British savage: ,naked iu a&aumal'fsa1d i the I ej. '_ .. : :' $' tMtt .
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T7"6f taxs 'foi'theuriA. D.'ItOJ.Tfor ; sailor "and there wuz this explorer to : t1t

),[Unld & .,purpose* for, the City I I specimen of pure glass the date, of his pretty suit of, white drillin. and AND5Plans' '" .': ].... V' 1 to _1I '
which can be approximately fixed Is asmall medicine tad i$ .W- '
manjrjtb -
Were wnz'VKamernaf
of Lire Oak Florida and to provide
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j lion's bead,' bearing the of
name
tvft
headdress o human bones. They lee. 1
stnktnc' and'for a .
# a fund the annual an' Egyptian king of the eleventh dy .
<' stood under a palm tree. 1 sot on a log and Specifications: Furnished oa 04..wt t "
; interests on: the $10, OO.OO bonded nasty. That Is to'say. at a period which medicine man \ .
and watched 'em., The t 4 ittAttf -
indebtedness of said City. I map be moderately placed. at more put the right arm of the mage and u .hel F g 1etint .
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Be it ordained by the 'Mayor and than 2.000 years B. C. glass was made the explorer close; ',together and'! then.ourishln' Will assume'full charge of .1auiItli ngl $i aee"

the City Connell of Live with a skill which shows that the art 4*. tit'..' &Rr-ll r.ponto
of'.the City he nicksa
: a knife .Wr.
far from London du1lloo\ln' owner complete in every respect befqreF |j jis .," -- :
m Oak, Florida:' was new.- Telegraph. vein In the white arm and- then an : | '. c uotJ.
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; Section 1. For the purpose of securing ''- artery In the black Pozaled.
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t come -gushln' a-gushto out of -_ Qit $ stoat 4: tip '
an equal and uniform rate of, and .
The distinguished alienist looked b No,
i. the.black and the medicine man J.ond&T -
, arm. t to
$ i.
taxation ltd to pay the current expenses worrlel: "No." be said to the reporter. "
scooped it up In the holler of his hand OFFICE AT FLORIDA KbVELTY : -. aaJ4. TnesFUt ta4om ... <0 _.
: of the City of Live Oak FlorIda "I can't :IYQa an o;>lniou.as to the W( J9lfuJe"
and rubbed it into( the nicked white '
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for the ensuing tax year, there sanity of the prisoner.: : "Bat surely i' H
In before .
I'I arm. He must 'a' rubbed a pint PHONE 188. LIVE Opj t z
have eaasidered: tha caseV "It NOTt'wber- ti-' t
shall be levied and collected upon you he closed the wound. Transf ooslonp
and out of the real and personal sn't that" repUed: the alienist! ; "bat blood Is what they call It. They say -, ,. tats of the SetOa4 that .... ;

.v; property .within the incorporate limits you eee, each: side 1m sent me a retaIner It saves a white man from jungle fever DiStrict; o' Florida sly
nnd as the( are the( same First }' tilt
't !: : of the City of Live Oak, Florida amounts I am. of course. In and from all the evils of the,miasma On October ji teth Congress.of.. the r berrI
. 1/. temporarydonht.l'hazYe'pfi'a I of the hot swamps of the damp beat _
for the year A. D. 1906 the tax of 7 :: : l.ewer.; .
1 ",.-. mills on the dollar. the rottin' vegetation. They say Stanley We will handle Apples direct frpmjll; iJ'v coad' Com.m1SlQn.n for IU.1IN I .
had black blood transfoosed Intohls'n 0
l: :,: Sec. 2, For providing a sinking Blood Poisoning tlw* aspOva
Bananas direct from the Florida.kes
eight times. That Is how he importers, and'ft ? **
court
fi. t rI
fund and the annual interest
paying Supreme
esults from chronic stood Africa. I know it's of the
a common
constipation,
,;: on the $10,000,00, bonded indebtedness which Is quickly cured by Dr King's 'thIng for African explorers: to go grade of goods are what, you want, we hz'tl' ;;SGU of Florida (UI..iff.K' t '

J I of the City of.Live Oak, Florida, few Life Pills. They remove all through the transfoosin' process. And : )1.eUlbers of tM House of .... 04. -
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dated February 28th, 1906, there which I'll tell you a funny thing about It. It We received four of iN' ot the State of taltt4 of ... 3
is quickly cured by Dr. King'sInfuse just cars No. ,.tjTU ,
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shall)) be levied and collected upon makes the hair thicker and darker andit '. tart'" f:

and out of the real and personal I new life and vigor; cure sour darkens the skin a couple of shades." Hay and have on road 300 barrels of the.II* :- essor of Taxes. I # ididS! -
stomach, nausia, headache, dizziness New Orleans It ..
property within the corporate limits TimesDemocratOldect Flake Flour made in Nebraska the I cok "j "
home .
:., and colic, without griping or dis- ofUffi] 2eetor.measurer. ,
+ tu ....t. rbuel
tf the City of Live Oak Florida for "" aeel
c omfcrt. 25c. Guaranteed by Bar. Body of Unman Beta*. T .-+ tI ..
the A. D. 1906 a tax of 1-3 of st f;4 ; r -
year commlsslonerLtembefs
1-: The oldest body of human beIng -
clay & Grover Druggists. any CcI qty
one mill on ,the dollar. reposes la the Egyptian gallery of Competition Candy in 30-lb: pails .'J. ..... \ of the Count) It&t t4eeRrte i'

: : Sec. 3. This ordinance shall go 1 the British museum. It is the body ofa Panatellas Anita Ferdandez and Instruction. aM WI "'- '
Redo
1i of puUe .
1- into effect immediately upon its passage BARDWIN% & (D\V\ ARDS i 1I man who was burled in a shallow of the feace in and for t

by the Council and approved. by I grave hollowed out of the sandstone t>3 Honest Money Tobacco j.. Justice Districts w..t .

+A. ; the BUILDING. 1 the west bank of the Nile In upperEgypt Hand Uoting S No.t0.10 I
Peanuts tMthe
Mayor 1 Virginia picked ', .. 1. No. 4. No.5, No. t. tom
This have hp
; : Introduced by J, 1., White, memberof Phone 10d. man must bunted .":. No 11, No U. ,.,...! '
along the banks of the Nile before the Taffy Tolu, the original Chewing Gum:f. .
the City Council and passed by the I time of the earliest mummied king lyIto.14. No. 15. No. 11 and u.1 .... !**. 4

City Council this nth day of Sep 54,000 which the museum possesses before 1& .***.*:**
:
tember A. D 1906 The A. J, Roberson lht&ple. the follow.fc .* aK '; -
BoardingHouse 1 the time of Menes, who was supposedto in and for eft eat

l: Attest: on Ohio Avenue. Twelve 1 have ruled Egypt at least 5000B. T '.. DtatriCts.iz. 'So. t, No.SNo. fern e1 eel ,4k : -

i .A CHAS. H, BROWN, rooms, hot and cold bath, 1 C. There were previous -that live Oak Brokerage & ComiWholesale f.loo. 5.. N. I, No T. $ed" ..t.g0lattat .

}- Prest. of City Council. situated in the heart of the 1 1I time two prehistoric races one the l9. No. 11, No U No.
ita:
k <, S. P. 1I I conquerors and the other the con :
MAYS
City Clerk. sad
town. A magnlficient invest 1I 15. No. II
k' v I quered, from which sprang the Egyptian Grocers Grain and l H 14, Ho. Tt.tTHMNS
I, S. P, Mays,. City Clerk of the ment for some one. Is.pay I race of the earliest dynasties. It 4n: ...

}-:: City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby ing 12 per cent gross. The I is with these remote stocks that this Warehouse at old A. C. U Freight depot.ARAGON :} -- 1 Whereof I have hers .. ,

tk certify that theaboTe and foregoing above price includes what 1 man had to do. Considering the condition '\ fttt.ox hand and affixed tnt "

:l": '.' ordinance was duly and regularly furniture the owner has in the 1I I In which he was found, It is ev bealef the State of Florida, 'ultra 1

passed by the City Council of the City building. : : ; ; : : : : ; : 'dent that he wax associated with a "t bahee, the Capital, tbU I eitot awl {1NIMQ. >

r of Live Oak, Florida, on the 17th Nice Six.room Cottage, closein late period of the new stone ae of HOlt rst day of September, A. D. ,( .MoeseWejysee ">

day of September, A. D. 1906, and with bath, that we will offer Egypt. lIe was buried in a e harac- ,a, .
x the tame is 1 terlstlc neolithic grave with hs! neolithic
hereby certified to the to some one at a bargain. CRAWFORD
j 1 puts and instruments of flint! a. CLAY 0IIMtt 1&
; Mayor for his 1i
approval, Easy terms Call at our office State
i about him. There Ms of course no inscription AMERICANJACKSONVILLE 'pLAN.d | Secretary.of .. ,.
r x ;; Witness my hand and the seal of and learn more about this cot of kind : ot 8aCoaaty. .
any on the pots. IB. Rickerson, Sheriff
I u 01 said City this 17th day of September tage. r : : : : : : : : : 1 knives or grave, all having been long FLti ;1 j.
iee
A. D, 1906 Farm, one mile from the city, 1 1BAISDEX before the Invention of any written. }y 14'JIll u

1' (Seal) containing 320 acres, eighty language.-Ame lcan M tiquarlanThe t 1t ...
of Intention to Apply For ",,.at. r -

S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. acres stumped and in high sta- Set rpiou of Ceylon.: Rates, S2.50 and Upward. Rooms and Pr's t tern Patent. .... ... "

Examined and approved by me this te of cultivation; sixty acres A more dig ,.oveil: le ; ,,'
: > object than ,ascorploa of the law oi 'tI a Drera -
$3.00 and der tad by virtue
Up.
September 17th, 1S06. of good timber; one eight- of Ceylon: It would: be difficultto s'M4 .
I notice U hertby
: M. E. BROOKE, Mayor room dwelling, bams and all Imalne.lthou,h. as a role It does "that of the Florida undersigned, bat > v_. .-
necessary outbuildings, tenant Dot measure more than! seven Inches tolength
,.
houses; one pair of good there Is a species found in the Cuisine and Service Unsurpassed in tbe'H. : and do hereby associate seer ..p.". af1Me
woods that loader for the purpose
mules are than a footThey e& together
two horse
one
can-mill and boiler- ; wagon enough; crawl out of some dried! wood N. O'NEAL PROPER I '.wing incorporated, a body po- ... ..... u .

and taking up their position: on a convenlcnt -, :cad will on the 19th day olt aM "rsot#'

1 : corn and hay to feed the mules rock or stone look as they ? A.. IX, 1905, apply to Hon i...... .. -

one year. A bargain for quick bold their great .jointed sting curvr\l nward. Governor of the Butt IS .... t,
purchaser. Terms: one-half over their backs and ,their claws held
IA fct&, for letters patent lacoris .... P'f".4
cash, balance one and two aloft, the very picture of a.T: ?ssn'wartare.
rW-odTl the "Live Oak Brick t&4 ea M rice
years. Interest 8 per cent. Here they stretch themselvesin .
WE SELL VACANT LOTS: the broiling! sun and await! their it Company" under the follow t.I eaav, J.; at

I Railroad Addition; Fruitland prey. These are the small beautiful |oposed charter, the original 0! See I '

Addition Barton Addition and honeyblrds that dart from tower! to A 2 horse wagon load of 4lsaov: on file in the office' Gt aIsuoaib.

"$ __ Stephens Addition. : : : : : ming flower birds and take of the the'east place of As the one hum,approaches 2 18 inch wood for 150. .S About your gropes*] Secretary.aria*. of State, for the SIN eu.etNeas.. ,


Real Estate and Investments the scorpion seems to shrink should be fresh in a3j R..J. Taylor. \.t i
d Into the stone until it becomes almost Famished pu Short Notice. .
-S3 rlwR ;{
tom
W. J. Hillman. "
Imperceptible. Suddenly the great In-
)
sect will raise its claws and dart at its No groceries, pot og B. W. HeIY nsto.. I. ""'a.'
') ; THE. PINK OF PERFECTIONin PROFESSIONAL CARDS.L. Leave orders at M. Burnett, &Co.v m I ,
; : beautiful victim, which In a momentis the betters : A. Lee Humplirtji. : ....
destroyed.A i WIMBERLY.. 2O4O4O4CHO4O4 goods, are Chas. H. Brown. tM .ur1 -
I
soda water is found .E.BOBESSON. A.B.SMALL. Y "-
without effort in O+O+O+o.o4o+O" We look after F. E. Thompson. + .*<'
; every ttoljg
: R OBERSON & SMALL, Young Mother at 70. Walter J. Baron, \ .0.>... ..""
glass drawn from our immaculately "My mother has '
suddenly been business carefullyrj ; J. C. Baisden. i ..rIJ. -

clean foun- made young at 70. Twenty years of The Great Headache Cure F. H.. Bremen : .... ytIM

.tain. What's your prime: ATTO.RNEYS. AT -;: LAW. intense suffering from dyspepsia had that our stock 4 T. S. 'Baisden.ed .....

,; favorite in flavors. Have Will do general practice in State. and entirely disabled her, until six monthsago Bromo-Pepsin Charter of "The Life Oak +. .
Federal Courts. when she began taking Electric fresh. ,..
it? Syrups sweet, water Bitters, which have ffBrlek &: Supply Company.
completely cured .
ROOMS 1 AND 3 [UP-STAIM, LEWIN I QU.D1NC. "Note the Word Pepsin." blond
clean, pure and scientifically 'PaoNE No. 190. her and restored the strength and We cannot tqspace |*t undersigned hereby aMoetats .. t as'

carbonated, why LIVE OAK, : : FLORIDA. activity she had in the prime of life," r. Headache, IndIgestIoD.U ..| yes together for the parpen 1.aeasewsoa

,. shouldn't our sodas suit writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick of U R E S I In omI11a, Seriousness what all :|>nolas a corporation under tile .

M. DIXON, Danforth, Me. Greatest restorative $ cf the State of Florida, uft"itng i. H." ,
everybody! L. in and see us, or
medicine on the globe. Sets Stomach, On the SpotNo / .._ proposed charter: s illof b

Liver and Kidneys right, purifies the needs. .
I.ta
DENTIST. blood and cures Malaria, Biliousnessand Opiates Absolutely Harn less. your Place of BusinrM. t

City PharmacyPHONE Weakness. Wonderful Nerve ill DreggiiU, 1k. 3&, tU Mi Pt10NE SMAYSBEcD ARTICLE 1.i. pr.d t
ORTODONTIA CROWN Oak.
: : AND : BRIDGE : .
Tonic. Price 50c. Guaranteed by ; The name of the eor-

73 WORK, : SPECIALTIES. Barclay & Groover Drug Store. For Sale By :_ .a shall be "The Ute( Oak trHadrrr'

The City & -4 apply Company." "k. E-'
:Pharmacy dust .w ?1
E. BROOME, J.. t The principal place ol
M
Just Receivedat WALL PAPERWhen LIVE OAK, FLA. ... .2 of the corporation shall be ors t;llIi. .

41-23-trwi-yr. the City ot Live Oak in Buwanaw Of tM I'"
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR LAW. wanting Wall Paper, call on
r AT ---1T .-' Florida; but the corporation 1Jiii: \

TilE LIVE OAK : FLORIDA.Will ,:have the right to establish
BAND BOX Florida Book Supply Co. piteeUean
at
any point within the Stab practice in all the courts of the State. Special i0dda..
attention & yen to Conveyances, C.UectioQ Always a nice in stock. --- <-
IJICE
of Retta, Etc. AU business attended la4-f'td Y
New Waists promptly Mature Of
Fancy in to. of The BustatM t0De

:.. silk, lace net and nuns- Naiur Feme STATI AT LAJWS. Don't Have Your Cart AS r Tranaacted. the ject eorpo--flee'* s

.
veiling. MANYGQo i ARTICLE IL amount {.
C.S. BBOWS. F.E.THOMPSON
\Work Butchered .: \\ ,.1. The general nature of

Ready-to-wear Hats, BROWN & THOMASON, & eesonS//41 R to be transacted Vy the! corporalio&J

t for ladies and childrenfor At the Mill! . &..SuExpecte ._ Bast shall be to buy. sell

',' and manufacture all

early Fall wear. PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, -- -' 61 brick. cement, stone tad Iff Ktk


length.Kid Gloves, elbow UVE1>.AK. : : : FLORIDA. I am m tUe Timber r Carl M MI Mon l! \\ \\ 'Little the why whenthebsbyflratcame"little you things should crow ailments.watch to big" ;, <-.14bny.,,,;', Meta kinds. and,of household building sell ,nd araHiH manatee'tlf material, rt'i.,.. .i.",


things ia the baby's life. AU tsaJsl ':'Ir a, to hold bur set .r rteM ttur.

r New :Muslin Under- DR. J. W. WEST, Build them under a Guarantee. little and big, can be averted by keeping it in perfsd M ,' !s.4 otherwise engage la **4 .

wear in beautiful de- Physician and Surgeon. Have Built :Hundreds and It keep the stomach D3. McGSS'S and bowels BABY right.ELIXm.Takes t ate; to buy and sU aM ,

away from < -l. in all kinds gt I. ,4
signs. am Building more every1 day. teething time. Makes LEAN babies petrty
Office: Carroll Building Ohio Ayenue. babies well. Pleasant :. it
to take. Good for delicate : and chattels; ** .*
Residency at Ethel Hotel For.,Best Prices, Write, sick stomachs. 23 cents and 50 cents bottle at you l .I-general hol",1e ea4 ... c\ .'

Phones.-Ofee.No. 1C8.Retideaee I, .!tile
.
business .
W H. to by
i.a Mrs E N. Lawler ,Nos.O er ISt ADKISON ,? nof II I

_.q- ''." ..-..'.., 0"" : <' : :: ,R ,,,. .., >rat SUM(Brdy A Gzoowt)V..il PI o. Bu N.. 4. TALLAHASSEE. FU.I LIVE OAK DRUG C0 notlQns.dry goods furniture, greee.kec U4ato4. a
:
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'f .-. :i. .,- jr1.. 1.> .." <' 0")1- ; ". ,'<'L.$,.r-. "' 'L" ,," .' Su., .,, .,:T,.,'.. h..?,. ->>.......-". .4.' -. ._... or..,. -<_f.,-';'I ,. .'_ -sr :TOCTOBSl :- -
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"" ; f,' '-'- -'. > ., '.-- i! -,', ._ .... -.,,... I'f' .
-
_. .. : "
E. ,
mIMPlIif hardware and.to' hue : : __ _._ .. _, ," ',,1' =."
;
essary and Incident
t ; .Y..t2 wholesale i and retaif' .
; o 'o.-
ACTOR AND "BU. : In stocks, bonds, ot .j ,
and'call: evidences of : :

[J Specifications Furnished |. j I1 CLAY Sec 2. The
on: SKATING
of State ofio and enjoy all, power,

o full charge of .buildings pereby'gyve ileges l of corporations;;; : :
.' under the laws of the :"
.te, in every respect, before aCE ce 1: 'c). 1jioa.LulIee. da.. To cue' and be .-. ;;.";".
to .,
porate capacity .
'"
_.. County, I
1L. '" ii1'uesdar, 'next I stocks contracted and bonds with; to for FRIDAY
NIGHT
;
Nov October 5th
Monday'in
( AT FLORIDA NOVELTY to deal in Judgments :
l' :said Tues-
WQ !s the. to do all those things '
--,.-> .; :
LIVE OAKf ent with its charter ,

.... : wber sistent with the '
--- J Te of the Second the paid State of I Doors Open at 7 O'clock p. m. \. -

tober tricto! Florida I s

PJrst, {, Congress of the Capital ,

handle Apples direct t ., ARTICLE
from 'Nt.ct Commissioners for Section 1. The

from the importers and if H id*, capital stock ,

M: are what you want, we have thrived Supreme Court poration shall be No one will be admitted on the floor ,.
:: yjorida,' ((116.000)) dollars, .

four cars" "*of" *No* l Ne\V,J.,< pt'of the the state House ot of value Hundred of One and Hundred Sixty ( ) unless in costume and masked before ;

p on .road 300 barrels of the'tatk ; lars each. Ten per cent.

[t in Nebraska, the home otwt i of Taxes. stock shall be paid ( : 9:30: o'clock when all will unmask at

collaterals equivalent .
'
_
**> __ _
-- srer.. the corporation shall

Itlon Candy in 30-lb, pails 'T"Commissioners business; and the : sound of gong : ,: .;. : : : : ;, : "' :
: ii i"b'f toe Counts Hal \ ,
N Anita stock shall be "' > .
,, Ferdandez 'and .' / < .
Resag r Instruction. time and 1m such .
Money Tobacco ', ,rue Peace in and for Board of Directors

i 3 Hand picked Peanuts k' ?;Justice' Districts, certificates of stock

[olu, the original Chewing Gum 9';')0:/4fNo.B.No.; No. 11, No..6. No.12, to the, the payment,respective of ten stock Prizes Will Be Awarded $

A jb'a:16; ,. No. 16.and capital stock by said

a 1--i.,' ,' as represented by
,"end for the follow- each stock holder so
Itokerage & CommiQrocers "i,.t1I-; 'No. 1, Ne. form of said certificate

,jtio; .'5,N. 6, No;.'7N scribed by the -

11ellie .|/ .,t1,.No 12, No poration. 1st prize:for Most Graceful Skater -Y Y2nd' \i

drain and .Hays:'. ; {.15, No 16 and ''_.
The Term For Which

II J &* C. .L Freight depotAMERICAN ';4:>;, .:> 'reof" I have herebsgd tion Shall ; : prize for Prettiest Fancy Costume

- and affixed thethe ARTICLE

the i State" Capital of Florida, thisof Section 1. The ; 3rd prize for Most Comcial Costume .: :r
OON HOT[ f exist and continue for I .
September A. D. .
Ninety-nine years' I .

-'$'. ,r'CRAWFORD, solved according to law. 4th prize for Least Graceful Skater r
.W
:
Officers by Which The :
.RLAiy.,! Y Secretary, of State.coon ,
Be .
jt- -E.FL4R .' Sheriff of Su- '
ARTICLE
qxy '
<''''' I .
----- ,'-;.', Section 1. The

and Upward. ,Rooms and ;Rival; :T: v Hon. to Apply For Let corporation shall be lOc Skates 15c for

| .OO and : ""J'_ ',Patent' under the control and : evening )
Up. 'f j bt, Tirtue of the laws of of a Board of five
[ "" | -da: notice is hereby dent, vice-president "

Service jmderstgned hare as- treasurer and a ",
fKl UaSnrpassed in (he s| ::!::4Q hereby associate ager. Provided .

--ther. .for the purpose flees of secretary and o'u. '
.Li -'
!. PROPRI: ,.-,., l .orated.a body pops be filled by one and the ; J'
the 19th day of and provided that THE AUDITORIUM

', 1906, apply to Hon. directors may be.. 4
Goyernor of the State to time by the laws -,'
iaii"wt Ai "'' letters patent Incor"hive tion, provided that I Porter and Dexter, Proprietors. .

i <-. Oak. Brick and at no time less than I ,J .:.
1" under the followharter'the nor more than five. I .

,',.i original ofpn'fie Sec. 2. All of said .u r { 3
load of ___ >
,1 In| the office of officers shall be chosen ,0 r'

4 for $1h0, 3 About your grocer; ;";"of'" State" for the State the stock holders of } 1 LOW ROUND TRIP RATES I First National Bank, of Live Oak, a '.'
.f.- corporation, under the laws of the
at the annual Lire Oak, Flor- *ia.
should be fresh in all )
s '
fWt Nntire. f I .' t United States of America, and havIng T
;R..J, Taylor. holders be held in
to '! in '>
,, LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE 1: R. its principal place'of business
L I. No groceries, pot ey".R, .. WlHU1man; Oak, Florida, on the n, Live Oak, Flori- the City of Live Oak, Suwannee .
Barnett t Co.f + ,7',a.iv. Helvenston. in November of each' The Louisville & Nashville n*ll- t County, Florida, is complainant, and

ntJUy goods, are the better%?| ,& ;A.' ;, Lee Humphreys.Chas. holder having as road will sell round-trip tickets from 'J: E. Davis, Joined by his wife, L. .
Lire Oak, Flor- II. Davis, are defendants, and wherein
3 t;: .,H. Brown.: has shares paid for in Jacksonville to points shown on dates
and whereby the undersigned as
C4&; We look after that : : indicated. low rates
] Proportionately
;::-l.'fe E.Thomason. and until the next Special Master in Chancery In said
': t: Walter J, Bryson. tion, and until their Live Oak, Flor-, from other points: j cause was required! to make sale of = 'i ; f
business carefully, '" : the herein after described, y
.:t' J G. property
Care Baisden.
elected and .
; '- qualified. I?32.80-Buffalo, N. Y., and return.j
or so much thereof be necessary
as may
-
< :Ft Hi.. Bremer shall bi T. S. Baisden, Lire Oak, Florida, i
that our stock wiJI a1... .: I j I Tickets sold October 10th, to satisfy the amount specified
Pepsin ""'".'. T", S., 'BAtsden.- Florida; C. H. Brown, I 11th and 12th. Final return 'in said Decree, the undersigned as-1 .

fresh. \ ChArterof.....- '"The Live Oat Florida; F. H.. Bremer Lire Oak, Florida limit, leaving Buffalo October Special Master in Chancery in said t '-

""' B." ..I*Supply Company. Florida! ;, R. J. Taylor, I 19th, 1906. cause November will, ,1906 on the the first same Monday being the in '

We cannot tell youj: ", geed! hereby associate Florida! ; and A. Lee J. Taylor. $19.6o-Xt.4w Orleans, La., and re-, fifth day of said month, between the _' ,. rI
I lMifHutt,1I t t Live Oak, Florida; and Ii I legal hours of sale, at the front doorof
6ether, for the J. Hillmau. turn. Tickets sale October -
space what all we hat>J -, purpose annual election and on the courthouse in Live Oak, in
-, _t corporation under the W. Helrenstoa. I 12th to 15th, inclusive. said County and State will offer for i' 1Y
Sp01 in and see us, or I te1E. ";',9t4teof Floridaunder; cessors are elected and Lee Final return limit October 30, sale and sell to the highest bidder : l
S. Baisden, of Live Humphreys. I
,*. proposed! charter: 1906. By depositing ticket therefor for cash in hand, the following
your needs. .j .. < shall be president; B. II. Browm. I described personal property, 'e
with Special Agent, New Or-
aivutras, 'to., !, d Place PHONE 85 6<'' E. Thomason. leans, and paying fee of SOc, to pay complainants the sum de-
: president A. Lee .
4ItTCLE( I. ; J. Bryson. an extension of return limit creed to be due them by said decree __ :
at Ny 1.,.: :'The;'ume of the cor- Oak Florida, shall be C. Baisden. can be secured until November together with the cost and attorney's
ile The treasurer and F. H. i fee decreed therein, to-wit: One
Pharmacy MAYSBEIFREE -- ')o mpany."Live Oak Oak: Florida, general H. Bremer. 30, 1906. black J mule named "Henry," about s

H.A. The; principal duties! of the said S. Baisden. $17.6o: -Meinjhis, Tenn., and returii.:''six years" old one bay mule, named
place of '"John, about six years old, one bay -
', ors shall be prescribed Tickets sold October 15th,I "
DELIVERY e corporation shall betUeOakinBuwannee mule named "Kate, one black mule '' -
? of the corporation.Limit 16th, 17th and 18th. Final I I named "Pet," one bay mule named I ,
_. ,
.
___
C' __ k : I ,
but return limit October 38th. By '"Mag, one bay mare named "Nel- }
T the corporation of I :
"Sue
ticket with Special lie, one black mare named /
depositing
:, .Tight came F. H. "
to
establish one iron-grey mare named "Maud,
,. 7 joint within the State ARTICLE W. J. Hillman, Agent Memphis, and payingfee I the entire grist mill and gins and
TVVICEAS Section 1. The of 50 cents, an extension sawmill, engines, boilers and fixtures, _
A. Lee Humphreys, i I I .
.:f The Business togTlraattcted. of indebtedness or of return limit can be secured to the same thereto belonging, and w
Walter J. Bryson, until November 30. 1906. twenty-seven head of stock cattle _
the corporation may at and T. S. Baladen branded "A. N. D.," all of said property
MANY ject itself shall not Daily to September 20th. round I I being in Suwannee County, 'j
and known to
:11TCLE Florida, the property of the said De-
n. amount of the capital trip summer tourist tickets will be
t. described in, fendants. FRED W. BUTLER,
t Goon !Reasons 1 general nature of corporation. to and executed on_ sale to various" resorts. Full in- Special Master. r'
,r'r' stQ be i transacted_ by the Names ad Residences for proposed formation schedules, time tables, HUMPHREYS &, HARRELL.

&uExpec1ed. ; 9 tl be to buy, sell, scribing UTe Oak Brick &; etc., will be furnished promptly' on Solicitors for Complainant.
11b manufacture all Number of Shares application to
and who severally
.... IN kbftnt, e cement, stone and By 0. E. HBRRING, Dissolution.' 1
that
Each.ARTICLE me they ex-
obi'Jw aLOdd watch J eel\ and manufac- Fla. Pass. Agent, L. & N. R. R, heretofore ex-
.. tittle ot the use and pur-. The copartnership
"*" .' alimone.ugrowtobf :.' f building material, Section 1. The & No. 118 W. Bay St., isting between C. E. Humphreys and
...... Ita 1\e baby'We." All baby iousehold furniture, residence and the I hare hereun:. JACKSONVILLE FLA. A. L. Humphreys under the firm
1M...ie'...by aJek. tit hold, buy, sell stock of the
..... u.plag 1t IA perfectik }t. or and official seal In name of Florida Novelty Works, Is,
JClssra BABy '. se. engage in follows to LEGAL NOTICE.
and tors are as
dissolved, A. L. Humphreys }
1'" Mil ETLI XIn.all the' J County, Florida this day
"web
ti *f BlaJroe. :.t\ babies: tan d boy and sell and F. H. Br me!'. Live September A. D., Notice is hereby given that nader retiring. C. E. Humphreys will con-
k w4'alt'klnd9 and by virtue of a Final Decree rend-
shares.
of 20
/I. $+ Good for delicate p rr.ad tinue the business assuming all liabilities t r
.....I ... N1 an4 bottle a Tear' chattels; to entwhatesale R.. J. Taylor, Live HARRELL ered by the Judge of and the for Third Su I and collecting accounts. -
,:fOAZ ( ) J. F. Judicial Circuit Court in
: '
and reuses 45 shares.W. Notary Public. wannee County, Florida, on the third C. E. HUMPHREYS. _
to buy and J. Hillman Live day of October, A. D. 1906, In a cer- A. L. HUMPHREYS.
flRRIG' UOJSIi' ". [*I goods groceries, 10 shares. expires lily 13th, tain matter in Chancery in wherein said Court The September 21, 1906.r. .,
then and there pending
farnltore and B.,W.. Helvenston. ,

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i ..r al STRONG PRAISE FOR.THE,SOUTfThe "AfterUve Oak.fad Miami:had! a VISIT:Tfie: ,PUU..YDOWLING"" *"B.THVkiQ" I If ': -- ? .- ;; .. :l "J' I Ie i f-d fGo '" '

f fi '. f LIVE OAK DAILY 'DEMOCRAT her "" "" x "3 -- .1- item yI
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sure "try\at it:Lake City keeps '
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recent high; compliment paid .o, ):: .
; *> > 'to : place as 'fifth:.cityIn; 'FlQrida-r-Lake < : :'YOu ..
i ;'PUBUSIEDEVPt.AFTE&NOQN: ", to''Southern peb lriaiting' London City ifaU %! I iff : w.M -,
EXCEir SUNDAY.(. by d great London. ',daily has attracted !
o t ;. ". J How, do out? Thecensus'shoedJacksbnvlle 4.< 1 l ..t
'much attention all ,the"coun youjnakethatiOnt .,,: .
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over ;
s; '. J. F.. SHEBAVOOP.), Editor and, ,"Mg!,'. > Tampa, "wAr DOW*. WO; THE StiWifflHf! """ j WWlt6
try.. That paper; commenting on theincreasing to'be .... ; OW
I Pensacolan'and:: _keyVes the I'
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THE LIVE"OAK PUELlSHIGCOPJlY; numbers of tourists from toui"Teading"eWes'.Dt".he: : State .la Mineral Springs, Hotel aj .ta: 'Jii: : : 5tt. Me .>? .
the South visiting the 'British metropolis ,

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population and then came Live Oakas flaw .t4
or-- stated, without reserve that not HOT AND cOLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD fiLL, : : :{i : .r .... "
at the fifth with her 7,200 people. The 'rte 94N
post-office, Live BOWLING ALLEYS.
only were they fully equal to Ameri- WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TAIL .. "-- \
Oak, Florida as Second':, 'Class Mall cans from other parts 'of 'the Republic : returns from' Miami were not In at PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHAO y : > .w"- ..

Matter, November 7, 1905. In intelligence and shrewdness, pietime and we conceded fifth place RATES REASONABLE HS VI_ er ilrtpderI.
that city, believing that a count of A = n.
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f--- be I her population would give her between .. ...
social graces they were decidely sup PARK HOTEL DOWUNG PARK. .. .... ,.
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mailed to any, part of thefcUnited erior and for that reason their pre- l eight and ten thousand. Since ADDRESS .... VIoveUUI.....a ,
States, prepaid, for $5.00 then those returns have: come in and ler the If. i Iti
postage
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sence was most agreeable to the
fi"'ter is year; $2.50 for six months; they put Miami thousands behind ',yt11 last.ldght.
per British people. All this moves the ,
Live Oak M'f .. -
h $1.25 for three months, or Washington Post, a great Independent Live Oak, leaving us in the undisputed < :-- Lake (qty tbttib i Itf' .
possession of that some old fifth lent r. h.
50 cents for five weeks, in advance. paper with Republican leanings I I s trim
Delivered to any part of the city place. The Miami figures do not alter ., business' ,"_dr.
but no sectional dislike, to write the Manufacturers of ,
for 10 cents week. I I the census relations of Live Oak to 8J W "' i 1
a by carrier per truth about .as
our people In the follow- 0*.
Lake City and the latter remains just Lumber Shingles Ice Electric of va1doS i
} ing,eloquent fashion and cap It with laSt night
where she was- distinctly behind us UteOak .. lei.,...
splendid
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.For > a prophecy: '
in the procession. Now ain't that so? Power and .--e ... j .1<-
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"Commercial and business statistics Turpentinl fed this II Uf .-.
Member of Congrrtaa 2ad Coui'lUIIion&l have Crow about your knitting mill andyou'll retur rod.Lel .. .. ,,-
been ..
revealing In their the
FRANK CLARK District, :of Columbia. austere way. for years the rapid cold,I hear no answering crow from Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished:!?S ;" .-a business trip up IJ M .

p' Live Oak, but when it comes to the
Court change taking place in the south. or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. HeSS d was with 1\11 Utt
Juatice of the
For Supreme :
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census figures our position impregnable ...
CHAS B. PARKHILL.of Escambi The Post has noted with genuine white this mortcat -. .
and night current--for manufacturing ) little .
day purposesjj
and we,bid defiance to a gainsaying sad a ., ..-iits
JAMES B.WHITFIELD. of Leon. pleasure from time to time the evi- .... _
world. Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have "'"
dences of substantial, solid and conservative -
For Riilroad Commissioner
NEWTON A. BUTCH of Levy. development, In every. section all tioiu'and all orders promptly filled. the qty Restalna',H 9.* earJ1J.r

., B HUDSON BURR of D de. of the South, but nothing In the i Pensacola Bay right-one of .... ,hate reatauragt Ie the

statistics The Post's the best in the country but Santa iit .
r't>t, For Member Uuuae of Representatives: or comments has *
; ,-' W. DORMAN.. so pointedly emphasized the pros- Rosa Island is not a success as a sea I ... *

: W.ftMcCLELLAN.For--... perity of the South as the observation wall. Uncle Sam might as well makeup SALE-900d. gentle hOBti .. elm t-

'= TM Assessor of the London paper. The South his mind to run a line of masonry LIVE OAK for $100. ApplY to 0 fJ.t .... .

r. A. D.. HEMMING. is coming back to Its own and com- along the ocean front of that ..

For Tax Collector. ing fast. The people of that section island and the Pensacola papers ,
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A J. N. MEEKS energetic,. industrious and frugal by should begin early to coach Congressman PUBLISHING ti : -fensacola.u 10 !1M.etisof IUl

For. inheritance In spite of all that has Lamar" on the subject. Hurricanes regtstere4 It th M
morning, t -
; G.B. LORD. been fallaciously thought and writ- like the last one don't come ,..In

VV 'For Member scot boob Board: ten of them to the contrary, are often nor shoot straight but when + COMPAN to* 9t* *

M, A.ADAMS working out their own_material as they do hit the result is something of tutting 0. wT I
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r .Wells, II
: H.M, CARVER. well as intellectual destiny in their awful. The wind can't be headed ,. tJ. fight and red."'" I Milt u

u.= E.R. WISE. own way and with their own resour- off but the waves can. .,-dt1lut JIM.t.....
:- Ethel,
u For Member Board County Commiasionin: ces..No such recovery from! the para- J.4t4w'N r +

J_ M.J.L.C.BURNETT DAVIS. lyzing shock and ruinous devastationof Miss M. Y. Edwards is opening her Ii. Lamar of Qulncy, 11M."

V S, IL GRANT. war is revealed by written historyas line of fall and winter hats and theyare III Book News aCommercial tit f this morning. looXU atala1n. ..'
i that which the South Is
.t : W J\ TISON. now and splendid and magnificent crea- ,""" PS .. -
a J.l.DEMPSEY, has been for more than twenty years, ... '1!It
tions of the millinery art. She wants it" a c" aa-
----- undergoing. :With courage unsure in Live Oak to call at her a. proate*! l
lady &
i every f\>. HcEachern. 61 11 J. '''''
ifc It is said that A. K. Taylor, the passed in the record of the human store and see them. Go early before ] 'm&1.of! Jacksonville was Ins ....

well known Florida cartoonist, will race, the men and women of the they all .'
are picked over. dty this morning.
go to Augusta Ga., to Illustrate Tom South have been at work these four

Watson's new weekly paper The decades building up the waste places, :;: much" more easily tared: .. .'

I'' pen is mightier than the sword, and and with indomitable s pint which Work has stopped on the Presby- Printers 4j :id it open. Kea 4f1te + t.... v'tihf

I only the of terian church, on account of the non- # bowels are L
the cartoon la mightier than the pen- genius a Macaulay could and Tar opeaiMb t.. .
arrival of material. The red brick t ps : Boney ...,. ..
- with a whole lot of people who read picture in its- true colors, they have the cold out of tM
for the outer'wall have been delayedfor mi drives ... .... -
; and think with difficulty. struck with its glories and triumphs < old Sold'b1 CIMJ
or
and forgiving those who assailed and nearly a. month. A carload was -4A' "Joupg .n4 s--


out and those people who don't know ance or wanton pusillanimity. Theirs ember 18th. and has been on the

: why they are Democrats would doA has been a hard task, indeed, but road ever since.t With that exception to handle. in the '
the material Is all the Everything hiuiiiy
; well to send to the Democratic CongressIonal they are mastering It-they have on ground

u Committee In Washington mastered it. While it is always ex- and as soon as the carload of brick ':
line within limit
; City, and get a copy of it That tremely hazardous to make predic- arrives Contractor Hugger will push comes our .. o '

them 243 of sound tions about an individual 0 the work forward, which will be very
i will give pages or a people

I ,?' Democratic facts, figures and argu- we make bold to indulge in the gratifying to the Presbyterian con- WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MAIL ORDER EROUR > SHOES StLADIES'

I ': ments-enough to keep them Demo. prophecy that It will not be a long gregation.Mrs. ..
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;V "ratio and convert all their Republican time now until the South resumes its .

J, ,.. neighbors. historic primacy in American af- E. J., Harrell wife of Jack i

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.to fairs." Harrell., died yesterday. afternoon p---- at-, STOCK of Bond, Linen and Rag papers t] .
tItI L No people are.more in favor of
> the vigorous enforcement of the law I Dowling Park, after a sickness of the largest carried in Florida, and with;]z.
There is no further prospect for over six weeks. Mrs. Harrell was
against vagrancy than the hardworking I equipped modern Printing Plant, new type, and : Good
the least bit of a row In Cuba and about twenty-eight years of age and I.
industrious negroes. Several of printers we can furnish you with Stationery as C ii
why the President should be sending was a devoted wife and mother. She '. '
i the better.class of negroes have re- 5,000 troops down there is not ap- leaves two little girls and a hus- and prompt as any establishment in the South. Atni.
cently commended The Sun for its
parent on the surface. The insur- band to mourn her loss. Her re- will convince
efforts to rid the city of loafing,
gents have smilingly laid down their mains were carried to her old homeat
APPLICATLIVE
worthless members of their race, SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED
arms and the whole Island is pro- Pinemount this morning, where if
whom they denounce as a disgrace
foundly peaceful. It is promised that they will be buried in the Pleasant -- --
to them and the city in which they {
American occupation will continue Hill cemetery by the side of her sis-
live. Put the vagrants to work.- SCHOOL
} only until another general electioncan ter, Miss Annie Grey, who died only \ BOYS'
Gainesville Sun.
be held and a new president and I a few days ago. 1/ I .

After investigating the effects of other officials Installed, but so many 'I I, The kind that wti inn"

the storm in Fensacola, Mayor Bliss troops seem unnecessary to preserve Live Oak needs sand should have I of a school boy wfcfc J$1I *

V of that city has given to the As- the peace to that end. LIVE OAK FLORIDA : ,
all hotel. No ,
by means a new town \I They are made hocNone ....
sociated Press a lengthy statement
can grow as it should without proper L
7 ," in which he goes into details a and I Iit Georgia has again startled tte hotel accommodations. Please ,nit ...
violated of her I
and
country one
characterizes
: as gross exaggeration
the traveling men and you have an ;
sacred traditions by furnishing a _.
the stories sent all over the country advocate that will give more free
citizen who, in distinct tones, with- .. it.
t'
V of the stupendous loss inflicted
upon advertising than could be bought for
that city. The had been estimated out mental reservation or a tremorIn .
damage -
thousands of dollars and the way to I
p- at $5,000,000 in the aggre- his voice declined the Democratic please them is to provide a good IDLE MONE. :.

gate, but Mayor Bliss cuts off four- nomination for Congress in the hotel for them to stop at while in

; fifths of that and says that $1,000.- Savannah district (equivalent to elec- the city. If they are given indIfferent For Ladies' and M"" "' (...

000 will cover the property loss. It tion) after the Congressional conven- accommodations, either in poor there is no shoe RjViIIWI"A.

is good news: that the ,metropolis of tion has voted him the job and form- rooms or bad table-board they become lies idjjj ..
Money often
West Florida was not hit nearly so ally offered it to him. That is what "knockers" and they hit with ,

j hard as had been reported. And Judge Samuel B. Adams did last sledge-hammer blows and every fo = ...
Wednesday. Here is actually a case awaiting opportunities
this is doubtless true of Mobile also. blow leaves a black eye for others to
of fine, fat office seeking the ,

The empire State of New York has man and he turned his back on it. look at. The business men of Live > investment but these opt l } I Hal oadItch
,
Oak could well afford to put up the ;
seen many a great political battle"inher There may be a few more of his kind
cash for fine hotel. The indirect 1 .
day, but the biggest of them all left, but we doubt it. a ""- ,
is about to open there now in the benefit they would receive would portunities do not comp| .J- r.

contest between Hearst and Hughesfor It would be worth making the tripto I more than pay them the interest on a J }............-_I ""
the money they would have to invest. 1 1Wouldn't every week month or eve| .
the office of Governor. Hearst Texas to be In Houston in that ,

is really lighting for the Democratic State tomorrow and hear the joint a handsome hotel be an
ornament to Live Oak? In th| \ .
I presidential nomination-perhaps not debate between the 'Hon. Joe Bailey year., the meantime, .r'

two years hence, but next timeandhe and the Hon. M. !I. Crane, who \

is a man of such extraordinary re- would like to get Bailey's job in the SPECIAL MEETING BOARD' OF money should be earning' t

sources and savage fighting qualitiesthat Senate-the subject of conversation TRADE.

he may win In his present con- being Mr. Bailey's alleged relationsto >: I something; .and it can, |' 1

test, even against the' whole con- the Standard Oil Company and Called For Friday Night to Transact

servative sentiment of the State in other corrupting plutocratic sources Important Business. : you place it in this bank. ,

both parties. That sentiment is for Bailey is a lion when aroused and Is Notice is hereby given that a special : !

n Hughes, with,the trusts and corporations almost morbidly sensitive about these meeting of the Live Oak Board of >: THE BANS ,

to boot; but Hearst has the biggest charges affecting, his moral fitness to Trade will be held at the courthouse FIRST NATIONAL ,

half of New York Democracy, represent Texas in the Senate butCrane I I
; Friday night at 8 o'clock. All members i
the disgruntled Republicans and the Is a dead fighter too 1 LIVE OAK, FLA;
game of the Board of Trade and all i s..a

solid labor union vote back of him, afraid of no man in debate or elsewhere citizens are urged. to attend this ,:? .:..- \

and with all these elements seethingin and what will happen in meeting as matters of importance to I I .
C. H. BROWN, President. C. A. HARDER v.. ,"
the same caldron: it will be a fight Texas tomorrow when these two considered. I }
our city will be D., E. HORN Cashier.. W. J. HILLMAN, ..
that will dwarf any' other in the gamecocks come, together with: their W.. J. HILLMAN President.I

Union. gaffs on no. man can tell I A. BIDLETt Secretary.. v
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family DeWlt-t's Little Early.Rlsers. I Just AS:Una.Many .ton,'vboas' to be -- :; :;

>VLING ,Good,fills.'Sold'Jby 1>. City_ ',.Pharmacy.;t'- i tiad anywhere; and they are muchcoeaper'at For STOVES, or .FIR&PLAGR : ;:
d Sonic tYOU ,, .{ i 8urrencr&_ -Powers' *Try Ul0"O D -
Wood -,delivered 'on a ,Jn oment'3notice them. ..s. ; ,- .:* i v j Any,1erigth feet :
from 141nChS.'to
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Springs fey BP: :.', oalu White.& M arltf.: Phone 25. tf Mr. J,1V,.Messer;of'Zolfo ri .N and his '. > .. ,.:
Hotel LIT6 .. =
and""t i niece. Miss Ruby Mixon,t>f Live Oak Will deliver in any part of Live Oak *' ?==zzMcADOO
Rev.,and Mrs. T J.'.Euans returned
i have returned from
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T"t\.U._ .. a visit to friends -
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AU.ln. BILLIARD GOCXflil'M.iIII >. : kl acon. Ga., was this morning from a few days' :I and' relatives at Tallahassee and Car- 1 tJiII- : "' ;
1, .n teI1CJIrlD STABLES. S \DYPAYiIt TABLES. visit to friends and relatives In Jas- I rabelle. -- & BAISDENBUTLER

U 'V L E .1"JLII FROM LIVE per. ( BROTHERS),
&GULF, CO loal a YE jtTeted at your George Wolfe;. one of Live Oak's ',
OtfL. '3andara., WANTED 100 laborers to workon leading and most successful Businessmen Phone No. 197
DGWLNG PRRK. ffORfD new system of waterworks' ,at went to Wellborn yesterday

k aveling man, Palatka, Fla. John H. McKenzle's afternoon on a business trip. He.re

OakM'f{ t night'to Sons. 2-6t turned today. .,
for a week past recuperating and Mrs. M. E.'Broome and.two charm.
like City this Buy your groceries from Surrency LOST--Thursday evening, between taking a much needed rest left for tng and attractive daughters, Misses
Manufacturers aess trip.ofzyaldOsta. & Powers and get a chance at the N. M. Williams' residence and post- Jacksonville this morning to report Mamie and Katie, who have been
of beautiful hand Jl'lnted'china.. You
i office, old bead n@ klace. Finder will for duty. visiting relatives and friends in
Shingles) Ice, Electric" Ga., was may be a lucky one. return to Miss Julia Williams and --- Madison are. at home again, to the
Qak last night, receive reward. Mrs -J. R. White and daughter, delight of their many friends and
.
tower and Turpentine PMjfl Miss Daisy McClenny is expectedthis Miss Midget, have been spendingsome particularly to the gratification of
returned this morn- week from Live Oak to visit her For backache and rheumatism useDeW1tts time in Tennessee and thor I the Mayor who avers that the Broome
3 :t > Irt ot the city furnished : the road. oughly enjoying their vacation. Mrs. home the lonesomest and dreariest .
'f!:; bett trip up sister, Mrs. Smith, and brother C. Kidney and Bladder Pills was
** at very reasonable rate. E1L: ***** B. McClenny.-Lake City Index. Cleanse and purify the blood. A White returned home this morning. spot on earth while they were
while Miss Midget re-entered schoolat
fl M'"'ter raanu/acturirig | was with his Live week's treatment for 25c Sold by away.
purposes. Z, tattle while this mornt What does it t to break up a.. City Pharmacy Philadelphia. -
1 n-t&U Jt
>-out of City orders haves ; / t spell of chills and fever Twenty- Yesterday morning a negro had
tl l ft8 I3ttr tilled. fire cents for a bottle of Fletcher's The City Council meets this after-
"Mr, and Mrs. George Porter have his leg badly crushed by a train near
.'- --. ;" t the City'Restaurant 66. For sale by City Pharmacy. rented the residence on Third street noon for the purpose of discussingthe the Park. The crew of the train
in the new depot proposition and to
iilte restaurant
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that hurt him knew nothing of the,
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Henry and take such steps as are apparentlybest
Suwannee Bakery has opened In accident and which occurred during
will be at home there to their many in view of the meeting of the
." the -C. T, McDaniel store, opposite, friends within a few days. the night and an engineer on an
: OAKPUBI.ISHING-- ,... gentle horse; the court house. Fresh cakes and. --- Railroad Commission on Tuesdaynext early morning train yesterday morning -
to'G. Bi; to take up the union depot pro-
'ioof Apply
: bread daily.-Suwannee Bakery. Mrs. W, S. Airth and two little position. heard his groans and picked him
1 1 1I 1I I sons who have been enjoying an outing up and carried him to the Park.

';, Pensacolawas In the Beautiful plaid silks in all colors I I of several months in Tennessee, Kodol For Dyspepsia contains the Medical aid was summoned and all '
,of done possible to relieve the man's
jn?,.registered at the on display In Miss M, V. Edwards' returned home this morning. We are digestive juices of a healthy stomach
window. Don't fall to see them, they all glad to have them back again. and will put your stomach in shapeto suffering.
-COMPa,
have just arrived and are beautiful. perform its important function of
Learn Stenography and Typewriting -I supplying the body and brain with Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Henry left this
Ga.
(,Cutting, was
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It pays better than a clerkship,
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strength building blood. Digest for Umatilla where they
I,night and registered Elder 0, T. Mattox. editor of the morning
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teaching: or day labor Our $30 offer
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what eat, relieves Indigestion.Sold
Present Truth Mesenger, went to you will make their future home for a
lasts only this week. If you begin by City Pharmacy. *
Jacksonville this morning. while at least. Mr. Henry has pur-
k now will graduate and havea
) News IT,.of Quincy, was in you .
chased Interest in milling and turpentine
an 'morning,'looking after position by the New Year. Governor Broward has Issued Instructions an
Miss Sallie Duval. who has been Southern Business College and Short to Judge Francis B. Car- property near there. Their

k-.... spending several months In Asheville, hand School. ter, Judge of the First Circuit, to many friends sincerely regret to lose
,ommercialPrinters 'ern, a 'prominentof'Jaeksoaville' N. C., has returned home, to the preside at the approaching term of Mr. and Mrs. Henry from Lif% Oak.
." was inmoining gratification of her many friends Miss Orra Crawford, the popularand Circuit Court in this county. It is No better people ever lived than they
,' here. successful teacher of the schoolat presumed that this action of the Governor and their place here will Indeed be
Kirkland, passed through the city is due to the fact that Judge hard to fill. We Join their host of

''.'i inuch'more easily cured Hon. D. M. Gornto and wife passed this morning on her way to O'Briento Palmer is disqualified in a numberof friends in wishing them every suscess
irels:are open. Kennedy's through the city yesterday on their spend Sunday with the home folks. cases because of his son's connec- in their new home and extend

,ney and Tar opens the way to their home at Starke, from --- tion with them ,and to dispose of the hope that they will in time return -
.- ---- =- ,drthe i cold out of theE Mayo where they have been spend- Geo. W, MIckler a trusted employee these cases Judge Carter will to Live Oak, where they will
"- f old. 'Sold' y City ing several days visiting relatives of the Seaboard Air Line, who preside at the coming, term of courtin always find a cordial and hearty wel M
')0 JarIC and friends. has been at home with his family Suwannee county. come.
and Done too small fOi",4k. ( '.. Y '

Cver)1hing, in the Printiaj l :

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IM OAK, fLORIDA fIi f.. xof. a school boy without going all to pieces)0" is something you have long looked for, and

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wear C Ceiebfuted I b d Dodd itself for good service,. I
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Ntles do not com., Men][who appreciate dressiness and conservatism will appreciate both the Edwin Clapp and the


week, month or eve: Haywood Shoes. We have.. them in all styles and sizes. A large and well selected'stock just received. I j


| ntheI meantime the|: : .

should be earningr k g D, ti'

r; and it can, jfj. : Our line of Shoes is complete and we can please you in quality and price, ,


it in this bank. a: _., s We invite personal examination as it .is the only decisive : i
i .
.. method of judging the superiority of our line of Shoes.THE i iI

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UVE'OAK, FLA. MC. SHOE MAN Edwin Clappr

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..l' :<, SCHEDULE.
An Radish trailer, Ja::, t'R. 1*

) air found In practice! there .a noceT: i. ne ri Q ? L-

;s method of,' pattlnir f dodder ap-,far/wia-: Titian*of a set 4tbliiddlii

i' I BUTLER BROTUE'RS ) sir USe. The country ilea la >a yaHeyamoa .

ttie. Himalaya :The; _coief .ladustry -' tight of eatiarpt

,., ,# ) of the people consist* in ralslajfine ot S--

wool and In makinr this Into fabrics tiff affi'ere ,

: Fall Announcement ) which hare carried the name of and may may peed eater n1n nto j 1the -

l JC- ) th* country all over the world. ,A. curious wsrrlosweus ,. ". ;
t, : t he :
p.r enmctvreatita
custom. In come places is that, of of War beteats a tab b., c" ; -" ..,-

1 ft: : 1 ) hanging quantities of hay up among .;",.- N ',;.,_. -=Iehesttat.-.- ---

} the brandm of trees. Why It was assessment ef ,. II';;. ___.-.... .- "' t.'
BOYS' SUITS done was more than I could guess, ,till reasomof Rjciirsiaof .t4 1.-P.. ';;:.-' -'-
;the proceeds 'j J.Ir .,
t : ,
Co- Informed that In winter ;
my guide me board of dminaa !1.P -

Boy's Suits in double breasted j jacket andkne pants )) the snow lies fire and six yards In them Approved for men May 4nias i ;-r ; ,Efrfc.tii i ""l, tf .i.i",- .

1o- r3 and double breasted Norfolks with bloomer pants. depth and that: the supplies of hay RjSjeTAKIC _:' Iu.. -.----=: ,; r-"!""" U

7' Durably made and lined; carefully tailored, ) which now look oay! as If they stroke .J. j -iVJ-_ T-- r.; .c-'"

I meant for camelopards. are then easily That Section BM! hi"_ J ."..:-Iw > "
Constitution of the State U
.
1 ) reached by the flocks of sheep which same is hereby amends tfi '''''''' ,.L sva!* --., .
$3.00 to $7.50CHILDREN'S M** r .... y1\j't.
abound there.
f.: eetion A T!. eilaty et :f'--- 1J -' 4,1j "
+ Supreme Court shag hahall ajJf }=
r Mitteatfaes Cbeumat..ee. do ltars t =- -
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be % ...
A Scotch Ittillie recently advanced to dollars a year"
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i x SUITS the bench had a criminal placed! before Article That the v of foregoing the coeatj CIii.r--; ._-. ... U -

hIm accused of some very molest violation a nd the same shall b aoba m > a ....... i.Hlttt .-

i Children's Suits in Russian Sailor Blouse with large of the law. Of coarse the Millie the State for approval ee n. 1.11.---- .._ or'"
gea.raj -- ..
sailor collars, bloomer pants, made in accordance with knew the prisoner well. lIe heard the Section L Article IVitoi ...... --
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t ''q highest standard for boy's clothing. charge stated. Apprevtd May tot94 --- ._...-A -

"John man.. I'm sorry to see you lit .._ ___.... L &.t: .,..-

: hare. We'll just fine half a crown." That the following amen & -. i .._ a....
you ; u., "
: : to $6.50BOYS' the Constitutjoa of I Ito tW stw ,..---- ,-r--;
k I :: $2.50 up The clerk here intervened. the Judiciary Departa a.b: !,. ...-.... _._...:.JIr---'"
tics 89 of said Article '"
V.)
"But the charge U not yet proved: ,
by agreed to and shall beat C!... -
we have not heard the evidence." the State at the geaeriKkfc* :YI.-. -_--Fbs

Then the benignant balllte; the first Tuesday after theSmfct at I.u 1LY--- .... ............5&1'WJ.tj ,..-----
tier A, D..ISM.tat U
r i SCHOOL ".A.b. well, John my man: as the wit raij&sii,- t$, ... ._._... -w. ........ ,-

t charge is not proved we'll just fine you Section 32 Tbe aramle> i, LY___ a. .
SHOES each of the Criminal Cart il1@m '
of a } _uOartwa.--
on eImtee Jence.don Teleeranh.! hereafter to be,established&$h,; ... 'Jit
------- by tiecounty; whe.INCbeomtEi, .. ,IjLV- .K.""'" -"
: A Webster Dictionary rshall be as fifl wss. Iaaantia >. .
Y Clock Inscriptions.' nu.1II.iLv-----
thousand population, one a ,,- ..f -"
given I In former times it was the custom o fthousand of from fifteen tixxsoii I :
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< clockmakers to inscribe on the population ftfteas[ bjeel \ \-
l ll counties of from twesty4 [beau| 'a'U
,' 3 FREE I plates of their clocks quaint verses, five thousand population, IN I ----.
I population, twenty-fh'e saaiw,,' -so J \ --

.,....SD with every pair lowing: repealing any and all parts tioi in conflict herewith. FluStt
CO
I serve thee here with all my mightTo Station* T ra s
Te1eph044
\ Approved June I.J90S. .
f \ l ( tell the hours by,day, by night. f or
: Therefore example take by me MncLXZXL. '- Faa.enattanticC0as' t.t .
To serve thy God as I serve thee. That the imeadaemi tJ4.W&, Cew.
t ( the Constitutiom o!the State tf ri'
Young Men's Clothes .Another favorite inscription was It to the Judiciary DeparSpentteks -

"Tempos Fugit." or "Time Flies" and twna 40.41.4;, 43.K 43.4[sods;. '
V, be aad the name an harebj ,.
There I 18 a Greek n acedote of a humble ober! pointing out to n great thereby hangs a tale. A well known b
} sculptor a serious mistake he had made In the sandal of an otherwise: perfect I English clockmaker who flourished to general ter the first election Monday to be ia held Nore&ta M ft fet'i|_

statue. s ward the close of the last century, on ratification or rejection U-vifc-
t, I being asked by a customer whether a I Section 40. There shift be< : | I
county of Escambia,whe&evv .
a The story got s to snow that the reputations of those who do something i t certain clock was of home manufacture. county shall to determine by t Georgia Ala

.. artists or merhant, is safe only when their work is so perfect and so reliable ,, : replied:'"Oh. certainly. Don't you sec e vote a court cast of,record on the and tneatioo them stay sasSI-' !Florida,

r and so exact that those who scrutinize it closely,find it right. I the name, sir-Tummas Fugit I often court who shall be arooiatsd fe&" Carul''
have his clocks through my hands." confirmed the Senate wkftihaBk North
Six yean andwhoce galarii m l/irginia/
The clothing -rnd all the merchandise we sell is made on this basis. In Circle five hundred dollar a yar. pay.ae ,
,. the county of Escamhia Tie
r getting clothes with style we do not forget fit. In selecting fabrics we make I record now established in F.wnDx South CarolinaORIDA
The oddest shaped: county the
among the off these washes,
adoption
t
upon
ti sure that buttons and linings all match the goods. This is true in our line for I thousands which go to .make up the and be the court of record M toot pd

men boys and child.tn. all officers of such criminal emit ef idbe
(separate divisions of the various states
officers of Nth court' of reemd d
1 1 1 is Warren county Tenm It lies almostexactly the duties and receive the wtfeoai Great highway of TntfJ

In ali details! our merchandise is superior. You will not find flaws to In the geographical center of until theextirationoftheirpreee The
Section 41. The said eocrtmifeSjis
t bother and annoy you. We advise an early call. the state and is about as near a perfect exclusive original jurisdictka tf lEstenot NOr
capital which shaft arrears KsssES
o circle as any division of land could and shall have ia Escamti ewisj e vlttuiStLViStl\
possibly be. The circle would be perfect with the Circuit Court ud f Caest i&
county the same original jsn&s&iii
but for tee fact that there la W'
a
: cases and matters as the eireaiWBt is \
BUTLER BROTHERS Ederhetaer Stela tit Oh short stretch of the northern boundary judge ef said ceunty,and the soma KB v }- TO THE EAST. TII& rIn
writs of mandamus injuBeboi l ,
: MiSttt line wh!cl1 follows a small stream for certiorari prohibition,habea tor9ei*| -

--oo3i -o a short: ilistauce. It U 1 bounded by Cannon their proper jurisdiction and necessary aa the to circuit the astfk sera* 1! AND W &ST INDI ,

Deal: Coffee Grundy, Van Bo- judge of said county, except tin{WSthorltr
) ren and White! unties.A to summons and empanel a EXP
U -_ Section 42. There shall be si : AND' NEW YORK
court in each year. l
BadlyBurned Girl Section 43. There daB bo *w *,' ,, --,-- -
proeecnting attorney wh shaliUBg .<"- -
1AAAAAAWAAWAI44A1iu.jVA/AAVAUAaL/AJIl4LA .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFOR or boy, man or woman Is quickly the Governor and confine of to MONT60IERY lonE
who shall hold his office te few yitt.!Spen&ation fur ''UIQT[
If out of pain if Bucklen's Arnica Salve shall be fixed by 1as.. ; AltLWIAM
IL o Section 44. All offensei triaikJI 'ER" YU
i ir I liP Is applied promptly G. J. Welch, of shall be prosecuted open infonnwa** mL hOt\

I i :: Tekonsha my family, for Mich.cuts, says, sores; "I and use all it skin In l4! may grand?be indict filed jury by for of the any the praeecatiBZ offense circuit trisK court*> a&..;1 ANolHROUGH t COAt MfH|

i j School Shoes School Shoes I of record. Upon the flndine el KB* CARS
i> .
; Injuries and-find it perfect.: Quickest the circuit judge shall aomdisabd! *' bookirrJas

Ii.} Pile cure known. Best healing >for u nn/.fi trial infnrmfltioiL in the court of rear 4 shay, L+leh ti...;... rnast- _. Line-_ mileage "
salve made. -. t ,, The clerk of aaa eel aM *** \
l = 25c at Barclay & Groover =C .U 4.H far East Washington,
1 elected by the electors of Fsrnhtshall .
Drug Store. sod I ii I*,w
.. hold office for four years Th- fedsnati and New Orleans; rates
i tion shall be fixed 11aW. -
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bia county shall be the executive S*s PURPU JOlt

31 BOYS AND GIRLS t i: NOTICE Of ELECTION. court Section and 46.his duties The same and fees rules iWM d CONSULT THE

practice which obtain in the cued a information r<*wri>* r*
I ,> WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1905 under the county shall obtain in the coorvw. &detailed and full '
t. Constitution of 1885.of the State of *= t. t.' *-
t i Florida did laws relative to criminal ooGoIt8 ? waw
) pass five Joint Resolutions | jku schedules call on your
proposing Amend ffients hereto Ww* ,
= as otherwise provided ,
< > to the Constitution of the *. -
1 State :*
of Florida, and control the court of recall Cf I- *
I) the same were agreed to by a vote of threefifths be bad from the court of i**i; flANK aBOYLSTON, DisL PaM. '
We have the largest of alt the members may r't "Jr'
LOWEST PRICES elected to each House: euit court of another county lei wand Agent, W. 1Wj
D. Pas.
Tray p
that STARK
i the vote on said Joint Resolutions tw<** Y!. '"
I' were entered -< under the laws pig
fosse
I' line of School Shoes in ,e upon ther; respective Journals with yeas -venue from the circuit court: *J_.CRAIG, Passenger Traffic *******
and nays thereon, and they did T ..
: the city and in addition direct that :said Joint determine and circuit court of another comity sari C.1P ; Pass. Agent. GtftJ+ tom'
ai As usual we will be j. the electors of the State resolutions at the General be submitted to Dial in his discretion.order the otbS ..;. HITE. ( 00. -

i to our regular stock we if + I,. in November. 1906. Election Escambia county or of anJ w"-If j, i: -" -
or parts
: terms
one or more i
enabled to sell School !I Now THEREFORE.. H. CUT CttwFO80 SecGENERAL of record. Any civil cause m tI-!:
have just received = > retory of State(If the State of Florida do or"I 4
hereby referee
I may be tried before a fij Perry
; Shoes f give notice that a of the Obi ire Oak
the
at very I lowest qualification of the judge \ .
t ELECTION may be tried by a judge ad Itete.'W_ ,
780 4 price-every pair is I. will be held in each county in Florida ferred to the circuit court of Jof
"
PAIRS OF
SCHOOL on Tuesday other county in the 1iUDC" n
any ai
next lucCeedlD& the first Monday Comi>>> ]
=1 I \ & well made for the hard I h') A. D..1906 the sad; Tuesday being in the November. ceedings ing to the in same the circuit proviaoo court; *of?!i"Tjfc"? *

i ti SIXTH DAY Section 4?. The Supreme.CwnJLfi 6
SHOES p Of NOVEMBER, IVE Anli
use to which School ) ahaIl have appellate juri.dictioaIB d .
i) for the ratification or rejection of the said Joint and in equity originatingT- t a
31. < &l Shoes are always sub :: ResolutionapropcaingAmendmentstotheCons tl- and in c.of CVl\victiuaol fcb0r.-ioio
po ( the State of Florida viz: of record. Th circuit court of *fSiil
of the following well jected and : ARTICLE XXVin shall have final appellate ice I1I.J. t
pair
every '" \
j\ known That the demeanors tried in the court of J *
brands following
"High amendnoeot *"
; to j .1\ TATIOM
Article PrweoWl1
will give satisfaction- .. .f the Conatitution of the State XVI peals! or writs of error **"I
of
Florida be and of whether WtbtSuD'cwt ..'
record
School "Black Cat. ) it is hereby agreed to and
3 lhall be i ist0 -
there are none others :. the electors of the State at the general lubmitted to Court shall be pry row* \ I
r .. be held election and according to the same
"Cadette : the
: and others. as good for the ', in on tint Tuesday afttrthefint Monday proceedings from the Cats* OWt? I
: price. I I'I e tton.ovember. A. D.,1906.for ratification. or rejec p Approved ,:.f,<, 1 1S I
June 1.190S.
> Section 32. The Governor.the \ .
1'reaever.the Attorney General and Comitroaer the ;;;; : t.- ...-
the Comm' ;
I |saner of Agriculture of the State of Florida, and A II S ..., ...

:. and their designated aucceaeire In oliSce are hereby COll6tituted I That the following saa p**j!? \ t:
.
FREE t. u a board of dnWllge ] +
FOR SEVEN DAYS FREE (/ era. and are hereby authorized and 1OIIID aIi oD- of the Constitution m tb. Sari. ,lyt lethe .....
eetsblisl s.Tatcm of C&D&la, 4 drains,empowered levee.. 4fte to same is hereby agreed to > I I ...........
and reeeryoin of such cbmensseft milted to the electors et V...
the judgment of cardboard and depths, u m eel electien in 1901 for ta 'j0e \

With every pair of School Shoes sold for the next Seven Days, the aionen swamp ie deemed aDd ec&wed advisable JaDda,of to drainaae drain and rec4.. a regular Section sesekm!, Yithev thereof.a a.-.

of Florida sorters the eta\ menu to tais.Constitution; iii .
inch
we will ,give one pair of good I I deemed beat VI'by Wd puta board or of portion thereof U'is b r thra +id' 4 I rwU ..i".
.ioners from time to time, sad to r&Inaaeomm lI ed to each koua .webe >/ W Jed, f ....
I irrinUIID of the Iaada red.imed! provide for the i entend,nDaot sassy i
Iu.-.I1 canals! dnintIeveee.d ,and to 1Dalnt&iD they ear tadnaTsad sheY b t--...
kee and I ..
School gbea
'-"on i
ill
Stockings Neh IIIAIIAer as will be most adunta newspater ia each. -
territory 10 drained, the State ow to u.I published, for one month em LOWRailroad
of Florida,its m. aeral ele ti I fa.
I habitants and the tcmmerce thereof, the next g bs .
Section 13. Tbat the board which elect**the SUM abaa r fek ----
mi.eioaera are hereby aut.bor of dnjnaga COllI- tor*of the State,for & ; s

Come and see our line of School Shoes. The quality of the shoes ann te tabliah thereof drainsg in the e State dietrisla 01 sod ed Florida.aDd b empowered tl ee bound. a menu majority at such of the aktiios'ties tertort y.nae d d Ir, a d \i t.

beard of drainage That I4I menu the same h'l'tution.
and prices will please you. thorn ooarmiseiemeta rd to aDd It ia a u- The proposed N'om'yaw'.
f the ands pow prepare a fiat or liatl lubmitted u to tuM the
;
.Me lands Within such D and OYer&wed tax. amendment separately. 4-?lgat a .-t
drainace
., and {levy thereon district w diatrte the election at which the : & JtTA .
ceedinc ten ants aft acnace tax not u. tofore adopted by the elet a r dad .
per .
> annually by aa.id board acre per&n.I1umn to be ax ed SMrtof the ConstitatiDBn< i' -
to aDd the variona tax of drainag,eommisaio. lea'.I, adoption of the soma. .
THEIi..S. .) ties; embraced aa-.or.of tile various tQu oADDrovd June i1901i: .
: : lADIES' EMPORIUM .1a pact or is wWe within p
7 : : list drainage u l Itaudentertht&&meuPO.diStrict or diatricu ah&U nceive arc IUCh b amendmenta The votes cat and in the eoopB can'* -

,,.. of lie the add county the or eountiea in which ouch the lands tax rollI ulatioDSandreatrictionaaaa returns thereof,shall he aabiemay a t7A
tmoetat w levied p
., age eommiaiionere in inch ky the beard of drat I- General Election.inthe$ I
r may be prescribed by the board manner and form a.tI Irt TEBTO+OteT NBEaLOr,f ( .
of
a IlUUJOU4Ir8 drainage com. band and a.'Excd the
from
time to time 1hH La
Harvard be eolleeted which amounta lihall [L>i.I lute of Pbrwa'g
Proprietor Live Oak Fla. by the v&r e\a tax sot eepre of !< .. Mual -
a toiatia wherein aulh tarere .hay. the Capital,Chia{ -
a other taxes In eoIIecW ia bees made.. 1loi., I P E

'"-1, f"' " t.'t,''' 'Y'''.'. '' ''Y /'mti'''yf. "y" i ? ""YYYYfY11M.r.. et sad s say srtr slid smowte coDect.d to with the Ia $ CWT.T. .
+te oamnia.oara, said ....... i .J.S 1tICaEtOv$4..


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t1 .. rIf R.. ..f.: s.1As{ L. RY; ANB -.JL.- ,, C.- L. RY..AT LIVE. OAK... .. : I : .. : >
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"He, se i It TWO TRAINS DAILY TO WASHINGTON AND NEW,YORK. i '.>
uos it x cEJiI1'UL'rUB. tram OP. "Puffed"By'DONALD, '
i'd, '" ., fD. w $14 Iaw 0 I ;,. ? .. ... .,' ;, *
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k tt .. t .... I Schedule ."i .
load to deea. ,: ';p. ,NQ. !. No.L. I Effective November 26.19& ; : :;
... talc tk :' Mail Local I { I '. -A
fob.rlia9 dike, had w Fgtt ALLEN : "-" _' .. .:.
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Milt of aM a stay enter tor;Oe tr ,,,r t STATIONS Exptesa aDd Except Dail1 No.34 Na30 flkat 'N0.1I1 NORTH AND WEST .' .r.-,...... -:_ .. :':::
Pefddl1nUyC !: b5p : tu : y'-c: .
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.A t@I'.sI.Net s Daft' Sundq. Copyright': 1906, by M. M. Cunningham ; u / 40pLT..JeaM n .L.Ar65o 4 45p 1.u.Jaeboa'fille s.Rr .u "- ,-. (, '- >_ i::::':
p ii tba to bitS I 20p 12 ',LT.SavanBah.jAr40al : :>:':"
\t. 15p .
Ly .:' i ::-
lit Nt .. .. ati t D. to t.1* { & ( Doe Ar_.Coluabia... LT iqLTjucVnTariRji' : :

"'Q& .., It .... : 1 .IJy O.k..__..... ..---Ar 1020.a m 1'10. pm There was just one reason' why the 12 U96p Ma 12 uSa 51p Ar-.Granebore..l.r Ar..CaarlotUx: 11OaIAr.Atlaat&.Ga.S.b'.L.3Oa1.J.r.Romt. ... Ry LT, .'i.' -

Ii '"'-1 "'"' UU .Porter.I ... .. L".10' 00. m 5 42 Jm fridow BIdwell refused the matrimonial f t 2 86a 2 lOp Ar.:.. V Ie..L" !S XSa>4.IAr.Cett'u: Daltoo. a.Tt Ry.LT Ry.Lr .. ,.. -
of ti.Prod j pi I .j.612p. Ar._Richmond...Lr
.. .. ; 120: Al.Lexingto.
-. M trt,.tff loud of dr.i._.. sailtk La, .. '! ._Y _._Stoldq ......-...... Lr. 15% a m 118 pm offer tendered her by Editor Flintof 417a 4 28p Ar..Lynehborg.LT ., tIpIAr.Onc'nattiOQac.L'f? KQ.4 C.LT -
Mil Ell tanh 10 IMJD for inch- 1.1 : ) the Weekly Clarion and 6 2a I lOp Ar.Charlotteeviae Lv ,.LY"CiDe'D&tti.
1'' 11ft" of APProved ,.,;,.._ .. Lnier.....w....'.. .. ...._.L.,. t 50 a m 615 PmKlrkland. Fergus t 4ia 6 50p ArWashina'ton.L. S 40p 10a'Ar.Cnicago. Dt 0 Big 4ArT -
tray Mar'yp4 Big 4.Lv
County Advertiser., Editor Flint had 1139.1135p Ar.BaltinKce! ,J'LT8S5aAr.W.Phila..LT '
.. II .., l1fenIW. AlTzCLI i.:.t' --'..- __._. ... ._.. ..Lv 9.<< m 1 OS pm owned and edited the Clarion 145p BiSjLY.CteeVti Pa.Linea.Ar:
- **. .. nat ;> ..... fir many _413p_ .6 30a Ar.. New York..LT' .Cbieago Pa. Une .Lv
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q a eaitiy er.ttuUoa! SectJon IIJne ( ) >F ;p. __wiAlmarth.. -..-_. ...-._._..._L. 996 a m 150 pm' years. He had.never married because 8 45p LT.Cute'atti < .H. & D.Ar .
** *!* of the --- -. Naa 34 and 84--New York and U3alAr l
> IIUDt .. d4q ... WJmarth.-Ar. F1orid& E.- Chicago MonRooteLTC
hereb7 he had "
been too '
U busy making up and press Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping! 4SpLv| Gn'oati C.H.A DJlr: .
ihctIu II to ...._...... Car. Port Tampa and Jacksonville to New York. 20gtAr.Toledo!
.. ,... Luraville.Luraville- working off his edition of GOO copies, NOB. ; S -G, H.& DrLv
lu p ._ 30"Washingvon and Florida 7 Ka Ar Detroit.
l'ellle Mieh-PJlLT
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seeleryo and auction Limited. Daily PuHman
Tt0 tI4oIlan. r.-, U getting up printing bills, Drawing Roam Sleep -f

duIIrh1 three)'ear. thous.Mw. : --__Wilma..th.-------_ writing thrilling local notices of wood ing Car.Jacksonville to New York. Dining Car. 6 9 80p 45a Ar LT Cl Cia veIand.BiII'FourL.'fI&tiBic Four.AI',

:==1 p""al lector That the rear.foregolag ,II -, .. i .-.... ... Wilmarth.-0.& ______.AI. .935am. 445. wanted on subscription and other matters No.30 THROUGH LAND or THE SKT 6 30p Lr.Lexbaioh.S.Rp_ .At .

o 11 -it; top r V of the "f. '- _SuwanneeRiver.............__.Lv. 1132 a m t U pm connected' With a" weekly journalof .. a lOp L..Lwaville..s.! P.J..LT
ConatitutloJs 755p Lv. Jacksonville
aad the .. "' '' Fla-AT l f..E! Ar.St Lonis..S. RT.LT
lame
Q 2.8 twenty years ago. Some of his esteemed 1215. LvSavannah.: ...
the the as Ga.- .Ar
b&ifk State for yyoYal tted \0 OaIAr..Anniaton! ,
A
_.-Nonrood. Lv. 9 20 a m 412 pm aRj-Lr -
** 11. Lts .-- --- contemporaries sneeringly re- 6COa Ar..Calumbfa.: S. C.L., 12 Ar-Birm'bam.A!
rJ 1.2
tb."i _
SsraSSBsSS!. _____ .Maye._. ..........;...._. ._...Lv. 9 L a m 4 00 pm marked now and then that he stole his ISOpAr I Tip Ar.. H.-Aahvflte.ot Springs N.N.C.-L.C.- _Lv 605pIAr..WCllpba..Fri&eo..L.9 C)aAJo: : .

It .y 31st. ltsega1 .,......_. ..-MZSaya.. .-......._....._...... .Ar. editorials but when it came down to 6 00p Ar- -._ Kll xviJle.Teu.L., -8 a : .Kansas_ City Frisco LT
Its 10' 8 IiO& Ar.- --..Leuisville, Ky.,-Lr PL! phi, Tenn. .Ar .
hit kVi fIOwu.- That the t Aa1'l ni.f- ..n ._Altaa.--____.Lv.FM. writing out an auction bill they yielded 6121 Ar.StI Louia. Mo.QnciBnatt. ,_.LTEXCELLENT 9 20a'ArHotSpriPt8.Art..J.TNo.

the C&t1cnudrytioa of fnl' ft' .______ __ Atrt..__ .. ...Ar. him the palm."Auction 8 15a Br_..-... O'M.L., .
tJ.e 80-Daay fiiBman
Slat, Drawing Room Ballet
Q W jot. Weredl toa39ofOLLddyue r 'taeat.tali at : ....____._Mao............._..w.'L.,. Auction! Auctlonl" read DINING CAR SERVICE ON leepiB* Car Between JaeksoaviJe. Hendenon.vule. ,

a n....... by agtaed to and ohap V b: tie&lid UI& -- M YO...__ ... Ar. 110. m a 45 pro the average bill "Take notice that on ALL TRAINS. natti.. AahvUle. Hot Spring Knozoille: and Ctoeia- t
of the State at the IU rte.s I.i i the 14th of September George Styles

ks"Jq; lhe ant. Tueaaday after the 'Ieeti i ... .. .. .." ..San Padra__.............Ar. lOa m a 25 pm ;
farmer will
sell at vendue all
.. firat ,, public
; tat, M t: sal D.. 1946 for 1.1 No. IS-Florida Limited-DaDy Solid Vestibule Train. Through day teaches and Pullman Sleeinr *-

*& Jtttt lINt .".... eetioa ratiAqUo, lIP.- .1L.- ......_....s&1 9RtaaL._ ."..w---_Lv. 8 61a. m SUp. m the live stock and other personal prop- Can.Jackaonv to Atlanta. Chattanooga and Cincianatti. Ala PuUnaa Sleeping Car JeiIQ

t:4 T'- -: -.; ; ;;: ae.01 atcJi, l1JIuall&err Courta! ;; .t:rL:- __.__.Aakold___ __ -.L", 910 a m 2 U P aCbadtaa. erty on his farm on the Red Bridge to Cokrade Springs CoL.via Birmingham. Memphis. ansa City. t

'.-.. kyarafter to be. of U road. Said stock consists of horses,
eetabliahed thaJJllt ffi;- .. __.. ....-- "...L.,. a S3 a m ZS Pm JAMES FREEMAN District Passenger Agent 108 W. Bay. St..Juksonv Ue.Fla.
rUchtbauud and
e91tt9 .&au cows, sheep hogs and about.100
+wCe be AI ft ) : Ia COUrt I .'.- 3,9 S.H! ILUDWICL P.T.II. W.H.TAYLOR.G. P. A. BROOKS MORGAN.A. G. P.A

# aw f'3ttom of .ouaUea of trams' 0It COIiII tllGlIIaaf or :..... ._.-s.. IG.---..--..-.1 v 8 Z3. m Z 20 pmr' bens and geese. Sale to begin at 10

o a. m.. and all will 10.to the highest
ati tL dill Mae UIouIlllld \ thou8llld hu lit 'L.M-FlIIIhollow&1---.L'; : 115 am 210 pm .
a bidder.

4lialat rttael, .. Uaoulanel twenty.Ave. thom "u .... _..... nmark.L.2.6aLr ,. 8 M'In 135
.. logy u. N1 l- Loda fa L'iOUIlUea JIOpWatiolJ.of two 3.1 Pm There. was no doubt about the success
IDore
p..alation. twenty.av0 thaa bundrdt -.:...1-- ._.---Perry.....__...... .Lv. a 00. m lO pm of the Clarion as A newspaper or SEABOARDAir

.1 tsttehl *j1'alld herewith aU P&rtI f-O! 1.1- about the success of Editor Flint; as an

,.
a'R h t"1. Approved June 8,1906, .<. .. editor. When be finally made up his .
tau ,, r [kyeupbone Station (A) Flag Station. ,(r) Register' (I) Regular Stop. (a) mind to the 'Widow Bidwell
marry ,
...... ..... 'flat the Aancu XXr }. tf-- T. P. ALSTON. Superintendent Line RailwayFor
toJlowinl'& there was no doubt that he would be a

...&. !*..- auy .. u.Conatitutioa..I udicia.... n.of..:.... SStt. .te. cm_l Faa nrer- Agent success as a Benedict! lie struck a i

-J .....R V 11911010. 41,4Z- 4Jl 46 4 M M D \na,;. however. The widow had been Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines Raleigh
1 .t... jR0ggI lie lad thll&me berebyy t1.of : ,
bi labnutte4 to the are w5* obliged to turn to dressmaking since
t.. .fteraJ tlectioft to eleetlq of the her husband's death she did Richmond Baltimore
New York.
not
and
,
Washington Philadelphia
.... ter the flnt MOIIdaJ'jp OJI tht Its ,
frotwy, 0111IfMf nWlea oa or November,A. InticCoastLine rank with the Four Hundred of the : -

Ipf hctioa 4Q.. There ah&U to.wlt be : ,f village but she was a lover of poetryand .
; ....utatt tQQat7 of whclleYtI' Three Elegant Trains Daily ,
1iDU.ty 'haD bra the -< she had dreams of poets. While

1 to fl jr k'f .....of ." the Quelt Ol1at by I this kept her grocery -1>111 down. It interfered SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED Y

4 r. n I ttdtao I .._,. reeord and there shall IIIJ bet Lida1 Georgia Alabama considerably with her getting '
1rhoahall
.
be
k appointed "
9-j 4L j IIIftftnDed bl' thl&rat"-' ..Io.L.hu"b1tht.., .. put orders on time. nn.\\-she calculated: SEABOARD EXPRESS ,

b air,tan .nd whose ealaii sd be) that one about offset the other.
hundred tilt
c dollart a )'ear. nia North Carolina and SEABOARD MAIL
,. pays [ The
.i.eedd tiaii of Eacambla. The poetry loving widow bad had a
;: t
Ky aim tht ..... the adoptfoD eata.bUahed In Eacambla fifty different poetic ..elusions: published ,

b IUl IJ tfaf had lie the court of of teeord theM.amend herriD m ,South Carolina. ID the Clarion: ofer the uom deplume MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

.ut t t,.. all all&r. olaucb criminal .
w.Irioen court of i "? of Flossie, but Yr.had
(".1 t... lbao.t lM duties of aDd'receivl reel court the of record and received the copy with a grunt! and The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pull-

I ....., ut IIIUI Jtonloa the.xtiratioq of their lemohunaexcept l'elellt lfhe Great of Travel fromaEatNorthoUUiI the public bad recovered from the man Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonville

au ... t PKfirtg'ereR .."' 4L The JurilKllctio slid eoort{,d1tw If j! ;; ; Highway shock each time within twenty-f3 ur and New York via Richmond Washington.. Leave St. Augus-

W .... fWJ4 IIuI I.aha)!&riM inY. hours. tine 12:10: P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays

:1 hdj .. ... tab the circuit Court Eacambla aDd Cireult COUDI1., J : The '1-poems had been published to -
I .. J
I I .. .fl. the tame original I
dead
ca-. lariadiUioa save carrying advertises.: M rs.
and
ONLY LINE
'MI et pie molten runty!AI.the and eirnrourt the lit ---r- -*-- Bidwell was rather .'!u1"\Jrlsed when .
j lImO pore
t r.t r.tta.. tor mad trmaet .mandamus JlroIUbltloJl", tnjunetio, VIII r3 TO THE EAST, TilE FAMOUS the editor dropped In jra her one evenIng Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.

tad nooa.eary to habeas the corpus' '.. .' .. and proceeded to say that he wanted Forjhill: information nu,> M...p-1 irwiratirnacalJi
i comp''lt'
"' r tC&"J i 1lidh Ur juriadicUoa. AI the circuit caul: J iDA LIMITED her for the mistress' of his house, ? on any aw r t of Seuhoanl) or writeS.
3 aid county, AND WEST INDIA
lhalta I to I1IIIImolll- aIIlI..f- the pout. .. but she soon rallied and answered that C. BOYLSTON JR.,,
ton U. There shall ice iii ; there .was an Insurmountable barrier r Assistant General Passenger Agent
.
.. ""'uti In each ltlr. -, ..
aetfue / ,EXPRESS. between them. lie didn't look like JACKSONVILLE.FLA.
&3. There .WJ b, tot mi. D NEW YORK a I ill Itne
It ""'-'Uq attom y who shall t.e. l twit, She knew what be could do in .
Cow..nor -
hkklyo s be &lid COI1finn bl taw the of an auction bill but the -
ship
( 14'ft' ......ttua hold thaU bin be hed office byla.for four.. ,1M._ T MONTGOMERY<< ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY=- uuu way who wed Flossie must look the I
: ti
I W..o, &.rtiua U. All oftlll1lel triab/e.1II/ Clatlon boat her legacy, and le tomers Were waiting for, but sell: the

:- tilt It I tls ''s+beftkd r'OIIeeUted b, the !oPooeac g jhunE3 WrQI[ ER" VIA ATLANTA part.heretofore She would, but attend he must to the at poetryas least ,wanted a fed pointers. .' widow's sewing machine was silent. '

rand fury of the circuit court lottriabto : Editor Flint praised the woman who The languidness and lethargy of look-
'''au.U. : have long hair aesthetic face and
N 01I P iDd.ct far any o/fenae/ in U4 : ,- an had jumped on his! bleeding heart Ing like a poet and being a poet beat -

; Qalitkhtu1.. tJwt neod."rcuit Judi'l Upon shall the /ending eummit of or.uell had tot. CARS AND THROUGH COACHES ON ALLTRAINS. dreamy eyes. Aye, he spoke In highest terms of her sjiding down wn! all hollow. The fifth"puff'
.. /re trial la the The editor saw at once that he I
court fit record, which in the Clarion was a send-off.
... *. and even told Mr Harold De Lisle how
; a j 4 Otoo. : !Uon Information.U. The clerk of said court::: Coast. Line mileage books, good to all points,' via all 1 couldn't fill tlie bill lie wore his hair he could get au Introduction to her. The event of the season occurred at tIt
hal face and his
1 shall a..Id b,tIT.for lwr ot rea and. fer East Washington, and as far West _as St. Louis were short. on the a fat lookout ,for delinquent eyes Then the third Issue said: the Methodist" church two days since" .

ltua t"-llt." filed: k" law TIou"a..o1' att "We had a pleasant call the other read. 1s we have all along predicted .

t 0. _itl shill .e'rho executivi efficer and New Orleans; rates $25,00.()() subscribers instead of looking into the :day: from Mr. Harold Det Lisle who we have last our fairest flower
_ ftr a+rirl aadkudotingandfeegshallbeIxY far lIe therefore : his _
/ away. picked up
dollars In other words Mr. Harold De Lisle
:
&6. 01 -,r has Just made a million out of
CONSULT THE PURPLE fOLDER. bat and back the lce
i rvt"frhleh" obtalee0the walked to of the Wido7
1 prevailed cblrmIng
:, circui oamt Pennsylvania oil. We understand that upon
d4.eese .tjf ....U obtain the had entered Mr.Flint's .
Iron
in the However
of
h.lIiof" !. : .. ,.****. t4 criminal court court of ree$ ,.e4_ and full information regarding rates, Pullman reserva- sauL lie had laid his forty- be may remain in our village for some BiJwelTto give him her band and heart, r'
.U..nrbte' Provide herein. aha!) Nlpf and the Rev. Mr. Peters .made them .
.... : days. Indeed Dame Humor is con
!ft\ .1 eoalrbt tile hedules} call nearest ticket agent or write heart woman's feet and _
on at
f tiI0 court ot rword. Chaniw your year-old a _
-- and wife in
man a impressive ceremony -
111. very
: iwlead from his with that of rich
........ the court 01 r-.l1 wantedto necting name a
either
110M c* ... i i., fwut of another county for the sale YLSTON, Dist Pass. Agent 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. she bad spurned: It. He and prominent widow on Chestnut The happy couple left for Chicago -
t ,'''*0 .... ,... had 'nd.r tile lawn providing for commit suicide or secure revenge,
t.. ......, ... ..... i,: ..**. fives the circuit court of one :TrtYPass. Agent, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. and after that the Clarion street immediately} after but may re-
; figuring:
.. \_-.. "........ ..,.,!i, .flrf.'..+."w.it- fOIIlt wa'". utacreUon..'* another. order county the, emllt!'that. i. .._G, Passenger Traffic Manager General Offices, Wilmington N. aJE l>l.iut was worth: about up $4.000 he decided Mr. De Lisle! was duly Introduced to turn next" week to prepare for the jaunt.

... --.t..a county or of any othtfCUUol _._ ;Can, Pass. Agent. General Offices. Wilmington N. C. ta hang on to earth. The first installment the Widow BidwelL: She had no sooner abroad.
'
.flJtl\ .... sae Of ItioI't term er parts set on him than her heart beganto : Tei: days later the br'de: returned and tat
.'""' .e!,evil of N..rd. Any civil sauna in the court d of his revenue: was shown in eyes once notified all old customers that '
au be fW Wore a referee or in caw* palpitate. The poet had come. He
jt tUAraUM Of the judge of the court at his next issue when he said: business was to( be resumed at the old
*fy ... trW b, a judge ad Item,or II'J! } Oak Perry & Gulf "We take pleasure In Informing our I looked and dre&*'>d the part. lIe also stand I-
<
I ". \....... torrid to the circuit court of Ewambia readers that a brother of the Widow acted it. Nothing was said of her
-* ; ***". *hay MLer county, in the WIle wv fed .$ dressmaking on the one hand nor of Ten days later In a distant state thsbrldegoom
..
k. t.e aame provisJona. U govera BWwell.! who writes beautiful verse I t.ii'n: Bohemian l
.*...In..n| the Escamw his oat business on the other. They was ? up rc
circuit
court of under! the of Flossie has just
.-. w -t Railroad Company. name : I oats. luid to understand- :
lITJ10" 4I- Tb Supreme Court of ] ; talked: of sonnets and poems and !idyls. They can: an :
,4 ... .. **'l. have appellate jurisdiction in'"n CMC*' died and left her a fortune estimated I in: abostiuioasy matters. They had -
.' :;
:
-t .aN .a < and the widow was not in the hotel 5
: ;;.. equal erl.rtllllinll' in the court ,,;:, at $ll.OUX) She has our heartiest concratulatons.
At.w.. e1***t* fMue of conviction of felony ia tW r* :; SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL M. 1866.Frt. dining room to note the quantity of understood that: e ch! bad played the''

renard. J** circuit court oE* mU confidence the other and that "
;t Bh.y ... .. game on
ave'flea el 11 corned beef and cabbage: he got away
appellate jurisdiction
or item.
the : read the
; *. ;:I -a. course public
between
hadn't : them.
reeoxM they $300
tried
"' PWB in the court of
; 0. aN :> ..a. with at dinner.
II! t i4.' jb ar Write of tram t..o W &I Y. and of course the widow read It. There
'iif. error prosecuted I: Editor Flint of the Clarion and Fer .
< .. ..... p.etreae. I':"r ivr".. *hither to the Supreme Cosrt .. :,' 'g ; >. -g eft wasn't a word of truth in it, but when There was a fourth notice in the
w j..;e CiMirt shin be projected in the i sip ff eeenger and Pass STATIONS. c!! z =az. 11 i z Clarion. The spurned editor hadn't gus County Advertiser: sr.t down and ,
= had *&*uUKr to the lUll rules II r -:: I ': people: came and showered their con- for Farmer Jones
,: j wrotf''en auction bill
I l..+ K--Paan.dfaga-........-from the Circuit Court 0APPI'vee ,- .-'Na,1 ""No. af ___ Iii- "'I i -I rn w.L.f I gratulations she couldn't brio; her- much to do with auction bills just j I and told him what the price: for 200cop'es
'-no ',:..' iJy ex. Sun and be bad tine 'to keep track :
Jua.1,1906. Only self to deny the story. She was even then I I .
the would! be and as be found himself
1'm.* aR1.j .:.. 1'.11.UL Leave P. M. P. u. A.. M.. 0. M thankful to the Clarion for pu'dshins: of affairs on Chestnut street lie had ?
Lea be
setting It up fouai: hlqcself: saying
Arrive Arrive
b1'ICU XUU J ue z 40 Arrive Arri a the canard. The Issue of the follow been told that Mr. Harold De Lisle
131 5.40 10.00 9,4t43 to himself
11.4 th. tolbwtng.m.ndmentto rA.rtld! Z 64 ._Live Oek.w US 6.28 9.45 U s ing week pursued the matter further. was only a traveling agent for a gang :
1M Glaatitu l48 S 00) .Rocky Sink "Oh. I don't know., 1 don't seem to x
.... !M hereby oll rSute3.-?Yhetstld '."-" UI I 17 ..-.5lArr.-- I 4 412 08 6.24 6.20 9.tl 9.38 9.1 9.go r, "We understand," it said, "tljat the of eastern swindlers but be wasn'tgoing have sa much f'bt! > .cntler ny vest as I

.. Ie the ;,. ._U5 IIi _, Mercer..., { 03 5.11 9.35 9.03 fortune left to the Widow BIdwell by to say so. On the contrary what '
.. .. recovered
If I
ean : -- I. nti4carioll. t04 I .Plat&-._ dl'!. I shouldn't wonder
t L 1JOt ao II 56 i.OS 9.26 Uti her brother iu the west will be said was:
....ks Itthn Ibr tht 10': Ar. I Lancaster. deceased "
of T L. 148 Lv 5.00 t L. US Lv 8.40 from the blow in tirr.e.
.I .....1N..ioIt PJ'OJIIM (43. Ly. 410<< Dowling Park. \r II 39 AI'4.56 Ar 9.10 AI' 1U2 go $50,000 better than at first reported. I The wealthy and distinguished Mr. I S

14a. 00 0Y Sffinfaid! 11 j .k 115 a 33 Lv HO 9.05 8.08 There are reports afloat that she will De Lisle is still with us, and It be has .
4. 117
; -Chancy. I .
L la of sRtkOPOa 3Sd ArIM 1.0& from the Plague.There's ;
.... ..-.c jla. ..' f"4? .4<< ZO _...Ben.451 '_ 1128' 8.13'! 8.04 remove to New York city as soon as i not won the heart of a Reed City lady lJ\lger

...w 'xh,ir proPofarea .. aw.e '-: Ar.125<< Mayo Junction a :!'i 4.43 Lv 9,00 L.8.00 she into and then rumor has gone far astray. The danger from the
.. 1a41haU IJe 'U_ i. LeO; Lv to ...,....Day: .. 319 a UO Ar 855 ArUl comes possession buy a I i grave
.taesat COU1It7.re a0b :. LOG <146< .__...s.Ja......_ 315 Ut UI! 'l.It: residence on Fifth avenue.' Her poem wedding will probably be a quiet affair of Coughs and Colds that are
Immedaatabaisl ri: j 1.11 '- of matb II 08 UO 8.45 ,. and bride and make a
this week Is the best thing In the groom may
...., .... ... .i: 521 612 pa
.1 rtiPa oI1tc.M.,1IalJ ... :> / --Smit"2 41 US 8.3It }.(If'la8 '- so prevalent unless you take Dr.King's .
IectI \ be wbdtbewe i S It, : L. : #5 4.02 8.15 6.53 per." honeymoon trip to Europe.
.f Uae ttak. t.appl'Ofti., tJG', r. 610 ._.Perry. ; Ly 3.sa.Lv 8.00 b 11.4(1 looked a
who
lauai. I ......., .,, .wton young u.-oftrwI.at -:; .110 AI' U3 Hampton jjn'a. .105 Lv3.23IL.7.30_ b5.55 There were more congratulations The Bohemian oats man New Discover for Consumption -
.. .. adoi4 rtffj and the widow got deeper Into the like a poet and the widow dressmaker
+ MsW ...... ... .... t1ahr.U! ?r i& Coughs and Colds. :Mrs. Geo.
tWt partpi. &;< : toils. It was so nice to be patted on who really wrote rhymes were not exactly -
;''P4iwetaa 1PrOPoIied > : MAYO and ALTON
: writes
City Me. : ?
Walls of Forest ,
"e eei err.le .-way a. to eaaala tH eiSCWra..anaodewat ;- : the back and soft soaped that she frank with each other. He never ,

r at th PeAetatlr.. AU s lIG arM z. couldn't bring herself to deny the re- asked the name of her brother or what "It's a Godsend to people living in

a,." .. d by the electo!...*kinM ae Pea Passenger I'rt and PaF8 Frt. aM Pace !a-q..T1.VI'f' ports. disease he died of. He never asked if climates where coughs and colds pre.

$ CwiaUtutJuB from tM may. ,. --N VTT No 11. STATlO. S. ha II to NS 14 Between the second.and third! issue* that fortune had come or when it might
them. It
-" abon Sunday Only Daily x SUII. D&i1y.x Sun Sunday. On b Tail. I find it quickly ,ends
'
A.N..U.ul. I:1106. : -'p of the Clarion! the editor had a ('81.er. be expected.On .
!\ metes coal fa eumpliaDct tr61M.a.4a.eat4 WIe :Leave VHT" p,1l. A.M. p. M. A.. M. His ostensible! occupation was selling! her part she didn't ask in what prevents Pneumonia cures LaGrippe,
allll : lea,. Arrive Arrive Arrive.
fit,,.. lb.feo4 ahaJI the be enavua sarhlKta&:'..r'pi "=, 1-.t. : 6.10 &wlinr Park 8.01 11.30 I.U Bohemian oats: to farmers at &> a part of the Keystone State his oil well gives wonderful relief in Asthma and I Y

!. 4 r-.:; t&.c..1n..&... tioIIIuare the State of p Elects!.s. -.:' VhL;. ; .. 1.3 U4 Mayo Clark Junction U7 1.58 1.10 3.20 UJ 8.<< bushel and nailing: mighty close to was situated or what national bank he Hay Fever and makes weak lungs

be fesrtawny "wuwwjf have :. ''"1" a ; 11.44 Peterson 1.33 a.oo 8.3 prison as a swind.er, but he had tin- honored with his deposits. They read strong enough to ward off Consumption -
kind and affijed the C+w : USO 1 5.56 lla'o' 'UD a US I 8.11 trusted In each other.
iL.allcta. otl'lorida, at Taub' r b 1.02 Ahem L. .00 lv t. r.. Dad hair and t:1Imtl: eve.* of n poet. Even the Clarion and Coughs and Colds. 50c and

Capita! thia font day*f 4H. the tat au4 healthy editor had to admit There were more farmers waiting to j 1.00. Guaranteed by Barclay &
M ., ; 1aaeetloa maia at Dowling Park for all traina to and from Live Oak and Pemvi |
1_ te orau Agent that The caller. wanted to Insert buy Bohemian oats and find a crop of j "
Ct.U"I. .., ectiona ether b a> **>*. 01' call on General Paaaeaver Groover Drug Store. Trial bottle
"ouaww.Lire Oak.freaident n call ad. and ask aUrct the! Widow weeds, but still Harold De Lisle lla-

... tl1 N.sh.TIL .. ..t,, R. P. UO PS1NS. General Pusenrer.\pat Bidwell He had seen the notices! lu I gered, There were dresses that cus fre. i

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3 board and room-rent for six'months. ". ,,,,
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SAVED IS MONEY .MADE :' ". ''for I will four months):in aaC ." -r'' ,
Bookkeeping
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MOJTEY Or $88 give you a course ( '
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cier, can make money; but the amount r

7. t you make will depend entirely upon, your ,If you want tuition alone,_I will give you a Life Scholarship for'$50. Or five montbf' Hi OUR WA

qualifications. A day laborer can make ':
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I from $1.25 to $1,50 a day, while a book-' I have trained thousands of young men and women for clercial work, and placed they '::' '- --

r keeper or stenographer can make!rom.$15 positions. I will do the same for you if you place yourself under ouranstruction at the .
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y- gilded by the moonshine Into the lIke- ly, stooping fo'pat the dog's queenly THiIcINAL. tor Back ..
ness'of an aureole. Her white kimono head. The collie, with slowly swishing ,J 1.5
I fell softly around her; from the position "" 18th.
behind the
; AMONG THELILACS tall, gently kissed her ear
The ides of
In which she held her arms her soft A commanding whistle from aroundthe a Cough Syrup that will act on

l f elbows were plainly visible, and her turn ef the walk, and then: the bowels and thus assist In expelling colds from' "

t I exquisite face leaning, back a bit "Mollie Mollie old girl where are the system is new and original In Kennedy's ,.' D. Ca, Oct. 5.-Secre-

against the dark painted frame of the your Mollie sat with vone ear up, the Laxative Honey andTar. Nearly all other cough '- today tbe cor

rl \ --- window, stood out like a cameo. other down as collies will when per- cures are constipating especially those contain- s '_'; public Tto the latercorrespond. "..
By Virginia Leila WenU, The girl was little conscious of master-but up
anything plexed. She loved her j Ing Opiates.: Kennedy's Laxative Honey and -
t except the wonder of the night also she loved her new found friend. I{I Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates.LAXATIVE :tJ The
Copyright KM. br W., B. Caldwell nor was she aware of one who watched "Ah!" cried Selden, coming; upon Gen'

her a moment from the,shadow of the them unexpectedly "But It Is beautiful ;
lilacs In the garden beyond the hedge. to find In garden!" he said of the state de-
k;.* It was a warm spring evening. sos you my $lC.On.
warm that they had ventured to sit Selden Howard was returning from his looking ;gladly upon Katherine. "Do A certain safe and harmless remedy for important feature da-

j out on the little woo veranda. dog kennels, wnf>nee he had gone to you know. last night I dreamed you all Coughs Colds.. Croup Whooping Cough. 1k.dispatches vas that t \
look after a side collie, when his eye were here. You welcome La Bronchitis
are very, very Grippe. Influenza and all l Lung bytneCub"Dearly
There was a suggestion of approaching wished
had chanced to fall upon the figure In little lady."
and Bronchial
affections. Mothers thechildren's
summer !In the breeze and the air the casement and In sheer artistic. appreciation "You bee," she explained helplessly, praise as September P.
; redolent with lilacs. had rested there. favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey "' September 1*.
: was By glancing trying to hide her telltale blushes. "It -toll' as i
toward the right It was not difficult'to "She's like sonic young princess" ht was the lilacs. They called me." and Tar IT 1'a bad determined to

sea where the fragrance came twin thought hImself, pursuing hIs way Suddenly be took both her hands in COUCH dent of the republic
SYRUP
I On the other side of tae Ledge In the toward the big house, "or a gDddess. his and drew her toward the bushes. resident and cabinet)
deepening twilight: was a pu Ie, forest Her hair's like the silvery: floss around "Pear lilacs," he whispered whimsically v > determined to no
of plumes and beyond tlua. ,.vhlte In corn. Her name 'ought! to be Ferdita.Marpesna "she Is here now-on enchanted Prepared at the laboratory of E. C. DeWlTT 4 CO.. CHICAGO,'!' )I also -tt la also

the gray lightrose the oil Howard : or Ariadne. How ever, In' ground-and we must keep her. You {KTHB: *K> ClOTEX BLOSSOM UD TD ROT 11313 OS BTS2T B& sae office ValtHuts -

a house, the oldest !In the tiny \illage as the world did tt e Jones family stumble belong to my garden," he added masterfully Sold by City Pharmacy, ,intervention by the 5
well as the largest. ellen Howard across such a creature?" The glamour turning full upon Katherine : : Ions been planned bJ'I

was the only living; representative of of the girl wove Itself Into his dreams "and I will not let you go. The house t|o, rament and was com-

the family. and In waking Intervals he pondered: yonder Is very" lonely and waits for ,- -.... -l: the state department In 1
Presently the group ou Mrs[ Jones' on plans for an !acquaintance., ha. you. You )\"Ulstay?" tfoasul Steinhardt as ear-

veranda began to speak of Selden. I have It!" at last laughed he. Her answer? Well she was a girl 5.

leading up to the subject,from the fn.grance Early the nest morning he went a. and very tired and he was a man and '_ r In Part.
fishing As lurk; would have It he First Appeal
of the bushes. strong-and it was sprIng-and they
"Them Hlocks U sicUlJiV i : sweet. secured a well filled creel. On his way were among the lilacs! ., Cadence follows:
observed Mrs. Jones k rsclf. home, without ceremony, he lifted the LLINERY September., 3. 1508.fr .
'"Really nauseating. :"L-:;; Iesced the latch of Mrs. Jones' low back gate and Proceedings of Camp Finnigan. t .0 iH :'af State (absolutely coafl-1 ,

boarder who bad boss; unending; the entered He. walked right up 'Ito the Camp Joseph E. Finnigan met in '. tart of State of Cu-

}i .r, winter here in tela i lttK! > irtase among kitchen window, for there stood Mrs. the courthouse In Live Oak October ilj ,eJred me In the name of z
I the Berkshire hT.s: : -Vi the way 1 Jones rolling, the dough for breakfast il President
biscuit. 1, 1906. The commander being 1h 1ma to ask
9 t saw a strange nui LI :.te postofflce New Goods Stylish and Tasty! [ Immediately two
1 this morning and I overheard Rome one I "Good morning, Mrs. Jones," said he. absent Lieutenant Kennedy called -" to' send
"I've such the body to order. Prayer by Bro. m to Bavaaa other to ,,
i say he was Mr. Howard. Very good got a Jolly big creel full of i
t looking man be was and ,seemed to fish here that I don't know what to do A. J. Futch. The Adjutant called ff tfeej must come at once. ..

know a thing or two." j,: with them. There's no one over there" the roll and marked. absentees. .: THE BON TON ffarces, are unable to
L:' "That's him..confirmed Mrs. Jones. 1 nodding toward the Dig white house The minutes of last meeting were 1 = --11 The government 11
+ i .' "But why shouldn't he know thin "but my housekeeper and she's sick (
a ; or read and adopted. Brother Futch protect life and property
two? He don't do nothin but travel thb morning; so I'm wondering if you'll .. TALLAAn
f' I rendered his for will ffilma will convene eon '
excuse nine months' bef
: as never to show
1, and trapse round the country. Hardly accept these? With the gallantry of a dretrp! up -' will
absence which received. Friday t and congress
j knight he held out to( her hU creel. was Chap .I \
i ever home and won't have a thing to : the Prevailing Fashions this Sea-M
+ lin Bond also rendered and Gir forcible Intervention. IWt
do with the people In the village." I I "Oh, Mr. Seldenr! exclaimed the good excuse :
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The moon was beginning to show j j woman a bit flustered,but smiling with was excused. ,\ ,son, therefore the Ladies are invited ;' secret and confidential
red and low !In the warm dusk and fhe \ unmistakable appreciation.: (Would the Comrades Kennedy and Sessions' '' i asked for vessels.No one Intt rtltt:

lilacs made superb black shadow ef- j heavens falj next? When had Mr. Sel absence were also v excused. iI I i I/\ to call.-Too early to list goods, > dePt' president secretary of

fects ou the, lawn. The little tired out den Howard last honored.)er humble A motion prevailed to finish pay ; myself know about it.asly .
| dwelling! like this Surely nominee his :./1 but look for future notices : ;:
city girl' who sat on the lowest step of ing comrades' expenses to National \ : : awaiting reply. Send
the veranda and who had just arrived j mother died, poor soul 5) "Accept them? .
Reunion in 1905, and there beingsix STEINHARDT. Coneat
that: day: bad nothing: to say. She was i Well I Just guess I will! And so Mrs. fI
1 dollars and 80 cents in School Children.! "
Com- Bags for the tt$_
Patch
fillies her whole soul with the beauty Is sick! Well you'll Just stay .
;; of the coming nl tt here to breakfast. It'll be all ready In rad Skelton's hands, he was instructed .M TaH"uv""

:' Pretty soon carrying her lamp she j fifteen minutes. This was as much to pay the same in the hands of of State, Washington tit nee.lr...te' '

went upstairs to her bedroom. She as Howard had hoped for. Comrade Kennedy. Then proceeded U. Stelnhardt. Havana, in Td9a..' -'

looked at the high mound of featherbed I "You're awfully kind, Mrs. Jones," to elect delegates to the Florida I .j :rtte received. Two ship hH ..... {" '
t and at the small window at, the j; he said: affecting surprise. "And-yes. State Reunion to meet in 4 sent due to arrive Weds
| Mrs. c. w. Bach n. rI
foot Into which was already flooding j I I believe I'll stay I've a sick 'collie and Comrades Skelton, GaineSville'1 I The president directs me tat. .
f the spring moonlight For a moments over In the kennels. I'll go back and IB ee..te1 w5
S. Bond volunteered. ,jMt perhaps do not I
s ? stood irresolute; then she loweredthe I look after her; then I'll be back to ac- :; I "A you Ieattei tb.
1'i A motion then was made that in ,jtppreeiate the reluctance ...
shade slipped on n cifee&ecloth kimono cept your bo pltaUty. #/l\7R7K7S\7I\7K 7Iv7K7l7lR3BreaWake w. w"v 1Gcad
drew the pins: from he;?: hair, letting When Katherine Hope entered the 'I the future the delegates are to volunteer .. this country would Inter' ...,. xty

It fall about her shoulders, blew dining room Mrs. Jones of purse presented and pay their own expenses. -::: dent Palma should behat.1u brr tk 3. '
j out the lamp and followed her whim to Mr. Howard. Comrade R. Faircloth came forward 01t '\ the public opinion
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t' lean from the casement I "How da you do, Mr. Howard" said: made and applied for member. L sold have a most damage

i It bad been a very long while since she conventionally, with a smile a little ship with the camp and was received _>for! Intervention to be un- leg. eM ittRe :'
Katherine Hope had looked from a tired In spite of the play: of childish! Mr.. rCreeea
of the usual fee. _
I upon payment tnUl the Cuban
1I{ window over a garden when tie moon dimples But Selden was boUin.down: : govern. eeeMetsiu '"
1V 6 was shining. True, from the window I adniringly oa the fine white parting Comrade Skelton presented the 'f !.austed every effort In I'afempt ****...

of their stodgy city lodgings on Eleventh that separated the braids of purest flag to the camp with a few suitable'remarks. SUJAEE BAKEflYf to put down the In- 14. WtdtM+.t '"

street her mother's aid hers, she Sax and has made this fact dies. witsaqt :
had leaned out at times when her bead "And bow d'ye like: them, Mr. Sel On a vote, it was unanimously received : *the world. At present tbs wets

k, was hot and ac-bln; with too much den asked Mrs. Jones a bit later, referring and Comrade Skelton chosen f Certainly would be
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work and had: caught a breath of oat' to the biscuit! Standard Bearer, with the rank of Pies, Etc \ no real popular support t Irs. Joh.t "

rL r side air. But that was so different! "I love them," answered he. referringto ; First Lieutenant, and the authorityto t?. : government or else thai I dae>''g1t*+
; From that window she could look out the girl's! dimples.Of color which \\.ft Rewle. **, *
two guards,
i-i only on clotheslines, sheds, the back course that was only the bE.>gInning rested appoint in, the choice as of S. Bond and MV Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a, ?rument was hopelewljare r wit! rNar"

windows of the boarding bouses on the After that Selden Howard managed : I .' tiYn;.r
F next street and there whatever restful almost daily to meet Katherine Thos. Kennedy.No I Specialty. At the old Racket Store, in front pf! t are at this moment .r pave P. It,

thoughts m&ht come to her were made or at least to catch a glimpse of her. further business, the camp adjourned .sot prepared to Bar what .
havoc of by an accordion, cheap coon Her lovely( tired eyes and little quiet to meet at courthouse at 11 the Court House. Clegg and Knowles, PropsWaterman .: '- Intervention should take. LWr I'It'fJa41we {

soaps or the caterwauling of feline ways appealed to him In an Infinitelymore o'clock on Monday December the h is a very serious thing i
creatures on the fences below. tender and real fashion than hid 31, 1906. 1... M SKELTON. he I forcible Intervention eN, M" lkMrt

x And now-oh, the feathery pale !florescence those of many a pampered beauty Camp Reporter. : : Into I u.-- +
rii'going It should
of the lilacs whom he'd met In the of his i- rte '
over yonder! course varied I,t L. II*** at
Katherine drew her breath In with delight travels. I absolutely certain of the
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as their dominant scent came up One morning Katherine was reading t I The Woman's Club. I J the case and of the moods I'Tiek4 ..

to her. If only her dear mother could "The House of Mirth" out on the veran The first regular meeting of TheI Ii i u.on. Meanwhile we ...-
be with her to enjoy the beauty of It da. At least she was supposed to be j I Woman's Club will be held at the I II v every effort is being made mat.I"

all! But that bad not been possible. reading It In reality she had closed | residence of Mrs. C. B. Farrell, Sat. !o'erumeut to come to a iktIa Tsw;#.

When the physician bad shaken his the book keeping the page marked j I urday, October 6, at three o'clock Fountain Pens ,L&reement which .m an a..ff., r
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bead gravely over his young patient's with her slim forefinger. She had only i, p. m. k th, iaaurrectos of braie 1-' -

wornout condition and commanded aa two days more here In God's green i The Executive Board meeting will I Gillette Razors and Blades 'fable to provided Ige1GHWbtatt
Immediate change In the country It earth and the lilacs seemed to be callIng I 1 _: hold their owa .ra0 ..
be held at 2:30 p. m. sharp and a U the
had been all that mother and daughter her Imperatively. She had been Held Until Iud
i could do to scrape together the meager breathing In lilacs to that extent that meeting of the Social. Musical and > Kodaks Brownie CamerHuyler's | ten been made we are nol TWfvale
Oar u'nlgit
savings for Kathertne'a rest of a tort. her thoughts seemed to be fairly scent Philanthropic Committees at 2:45 ..y to_ Balder the question o!
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night And Katherine was not one to ed with them. All at once an Impulse p. m. Candies ;; at ail. BACON. .
mew and whimper over Impossibilities! of yielding came to her. Why In the It Is very important that ,each "Acting Secretary." Tueadey u

She was here now. and she would world should she not step over the low member of the Club to be present. Victor L Appeal tkJ w*ho'
I; make the best of every moment to hedge and go Into the lilac garden? MRS. WILLIAM .W ASDlN, Talking Machine and Records | -< September ty Palma. tbs '
1, grow strong and well again that she She did. Bees hung above the purple Corr. Secretary. 1J.-Awl t- tebib I t" .
bloom, and a little attenuated fountain :; of State. Washington: .
might EO back with new life to her late ao'ckwfe"1-: -
ogles of tinkled In the distance. Oh It was altogether .- I : Palma, the republic of Co
and the companionship
work Suwannee '""
her little mother. enchanttn;. Just theu gold- ,Surrtncy& Powers are making 'sspecialty Drug Compai y] :..-...."'. .me officially, asks for *.
sacrificing ea ejed'sale collie came leisurely of RedBand Brand. Candies -., tetfenUon ad)....-!
The mild country air and the thou- because he
down the curved walk to meet her. ,at 15 taPer: pound.. Nothing v t terRatlt.ad W" t.w
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sand odor, of the springplped4npon entering cities .
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the elrlexultu- like It.
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