Live Oak daily Democrat
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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 16, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00143
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Cbeerfol When the
ssd He Expired "

; ia Struggle 1Ok f v' Knddea (114.- fur the Worse Came }A
and Hope Fur Recovery Has

Been Abandoned =i _
g _- iQct.

@"esangeUst, dropped
??*v. an Oklahoma, New York, Oct I.-ra. Jefferson -

8sK, train, near Little Davis, widow of the President of the

ijftnw'home Is at Carters- 4ii-E,, 9. I-wJ:2 Confederate States, Is dying of pneumonia

: best at the Hotel Majestic here It
i-ms probably
k '. e-rw I believed that she
k[ the United States cannot survive

appeared be drew more than a few hours. -

[ i people.1 In his early Mrs. Davis has been ill several. '

i V hard drinker and a days, but it had been believed that
iii\ When he reformie" .
she would recover up to last night,

-ads ibitter'made opponent fearful on-of 4-i : when a sudden change for the'worse

Ittranct In Us revivalideaeknowledged was noticed.
i longest Mrs. Davis went to the Majestic a

:ssarsrts, Dwight Moody -Q"ltII. Msftdyl l'v. strvefc the rtfytt*' gatterr" short time ago on her return from
- 4Aext on the list the Adirondacks, where she spent
'UsyttH I. D.trtt J Burn.I
ssiagl and his severe most of the summer. The day she
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".hits a :'unique figure reached town she was stricken with _
'pulpit. SENATOR f ACES A PRISON II'i'' dIM Park 1..1.. TOIJEAR MM CASE a cold which induced pneumonia

ickjcved fame as an Yesterday, promptly oa time, at Her marvelous vitality however

f vu equally: as popular ... cording to the promises of Coatrae- gave hope of ultimate recovery until
:orator, and accomuibia tot UorrU lid Rev W A. Jordan, U last evening, when her physicians
of a fortune In this V. H. KKXATOIl !U'IITOX DKMKOPETITION' the bell oa the new church rang out KITH;).K OH'KT 4*- f.MTKIKKT > announced that death was near.
,toted for his liberality Ut'UT Its Invitation to the people of DowtInc MT.\TlM TUB TIMKfOft Nearby relatives were at once sum
ible for the establishlorphanages Park to assemble for worship. moned to the hotel, and those at a
: and In- The large number that respondedgate -raw distance were notified.
tbarity. evidence of the Christian spirit Mrs. J. Addison Hayes, the only >
Ute: mwUngs in Georgia' IMMEDIATE' IMPRISONMENTAttoruejm that pervades the com KB ally, and << I* 2W Of OCIOHR surviving daughter of Mrs. Davis; ''' '
egos! 'Sam, Small, the the deep Interest show by the people .. r J. Addison Hayes, W. D. Hayes, a ? 1
"r 'man of Atlanta, In the sum*. of the undertaking Iff .......... grandson of Colorado Springs Dr.
owtonverUsnd he Join. regardl of their denominational toi Mrs. Webb and Dr. Robert H.
_ L'nkas |)rtl> Some (Hlter3IfHiiM AlUcked ile4rawM"'rrarhelw
i'rurr.ittngs uf (tort
:"la(; ',vang nstc work predellctloa, bear troa| ttalaioax. rae were present at the bedside f i
of Ito.tlM.nlnl UM Ktrrit: Were Nut nil
Mil toured the country, to tie bratith and parity of their throughout the night
ij'crowd and treat tkia of KentmrrWashington faith Trial Jury \Vhrn (\.a iictnl Dr. Webb who is the husband of ;

'of sensation. wherCkme t Three resident prec4rs of the! one l Mf.. Davis' granddaughters r
)i" &"-014 Ad,HHlit denomination weft \ has attended the patient througho -
Oct. 1C.-The sub.. prevent and took part la the MY Washington; Oct. H.-The hear her Illness. Jefferson Hayes Davt
.!::< 804d4'I1I t ,. reme court of the United States ).*. tire (lev*. P. II ttowllag \"'. A. till IB the caw of J. 0. Rawllns a a grandson, and a student at Prince

I 144" apparently well this terday denied the petition of former I Jordan and II I). lUldnla: their Georgia preacher under con let ion ton, was summoned when Mrs. Davis $;
>Vedi with the occup- I United States Senator Burton, of remarks were earnest sad exrvtienlIo la Lowades county of that state, on was known to be dying. ; ,
J ked with the occu- Kansas, for a rehearing In the casein a high degree.The the charge of murdering two child Mrs. Davis had her eightieth birthday }

I fc'ittt-and fell lifeless which he Is under sentence of Imprisonment I morning teuloa .as largely rca of a arighUir. was today fixed on May 7, last. The late years

sfiaiement of his tel.G i and fine on the charge I w-eupled by the preliminary work by the supreme court of the Tailed of her life have been saddened by r
of accepting an attorney's tee la a tot orgBaiutloB lac enrolling! of States tor the ntb lattaat. the loss of her daughter Winnie.
la the West on a case In which the government was charier members .ce Raw Ila. attacked lb. proceedingsof who died In September, 1898 at Nar-
tuir the auspices of a Interested while he was serving as The congrecatioa attending the of trial court on the ground that ragansett Pier

tieh had engaged Senator evening enUe etre Kl<>d two hua- preachers were not allowed to sit on
H woa at.a guarantee of The effect of the derision .lll be dred notwithstanding lb. fact that the jury that beard his case.trl'tit.lTllr (k'.ti..tMEW! CXH'RTHOVSKWtr .
u ." the Immediate Imprisonment of Bur the night ass dark and the raids -- :
i ea, great deal for ton, unless his attorneys detlwi some rough.Polloalag. : Till .'.\1.1.. < Slow<< Laying for the New
; other means of postponing the execution Structure TomorrowThe =
ra; his articles be- the tarollutat of forty l
rjfeatared;; by some ofRe of the sentence.At four members, the follo lnf named ( ..'........... Kujcar (sane Mat .. at I barbecue and the laying of

: i had many Imlt- gentlemen were unanimously elected 11'at tus.. the cornerstone In Ocala will take

jelpitt but no one could the MfthtxlM Hiurrh laut Xlght. to their rewc4lvt| offices: WIHfOfol, Ua., Oct 11.-The tailed place tomorrow The Masons will -

things like Sam Jones "The lost Sheep," ur Jesus seekingthe Hev. W. A, Jordan pastor Dtates government sugar cane tx- take charge of the ceremony of laying ,
: !1 a", field exclusively lost, was Evangelist Jkudda,'. O. I). McParlaad, deacon I""lnt'at station la this city may be the stone. Mayor McConathy .1 f

theme last night. Would that the Clifford Williams, clerk and treas. operated this fear, after all. The will make an address of welcome.
.,.SWM, Mr, Jones had often I entire city could have listened to the Mlim Ruby Itowllag, orgaaUt. directors of the Georgia JoII*rhn"lIt Chairman II. W. Long of the Board
"** he died it would be exceeding tender portrayed of the at- MlM Ruby Jordan assist organist.J. ttttloa hate appointed a committee of County Commissioners will make %
.: ''a'4'' 'work, either on a titude of Jesus toward those who are N. Rodgers A. K. Williams, Rev. ,o. three to visit \Vaycros for the pur an address and the grand master of

":. pulpit, His prophecy : wandering In the darkness of sin- II. b, Baldwin, trustees. paw of considering the question of the Masons of the State will also 1

_.'WlflHed; and countless :' the lost world. Preceding the sermon The sermon by the newly elected operating the plant and the com ml tIM make an address.
TOttoarn'his loss, as he was a beautiful and appropriate solo pastor followed, and was listened to has expressed laelr Intentloa of Io the afternoon Governor Droward -

t.factor for good.ESTATE. sung by the Evangelist, who Is a with marked attention Rev. JordanIs fitting \VayrroM within the nest few will wake. an address favoring drainage i
sweet singer of the Gospel as well asIan a fluent rapid speaker whose earn ,dlt. Commissioner Hudson Is chairman and State Senator Beard, of
:r L (j1RAL I able and faithful preacher of the estness and sincerity Is never doubted i of the commiurv. and It Is Pensacola will speak opposing the
J' _\;. from beginning to cad lid whose<< '
same. kbvtii Itai be U la favor of accepting same. 9
r-Resldence Section At the church every day at 3 and familiarity with the tan \.". of the lb. governmcBt's proposition to The occasion will draw a big a:

tgers the Most Invltlon 730 p., m. Midday prayer meeting\ Holy Scriptures Is almost marvelous. turn over the plant to the state, provided ,crowd, several hundred Masons will
for theKoine 11 to 11:30 a. m., at the office of Every proposition presented was they will oltt.rate It at Way be present with their white aprons
,{) seeker, Prof. Wood in the courthouse Come! sustained by quotations from the cross. and the people of the country will
"'Inch of Scriptures, giving verse chapter and The syrup season is already beginning I come in crowds. It will be a great ;7
the approach
oar growing tile sidewalk, making .
,Oekharsts : to the property both convenient and book, and all without once openingthe to open la this section, and If big holiday for the Brick City and
.ti aasUUed book to assist his memory. l&. state authorities Intend to do I II Ocala will try to play the host in away
-T ; beneficial real estate durable.To investor' The church U pleasantly located, anything with the station this year I that will please all.
i i andpr49etnents the home-seeker, the
** brilliant of pleasing appearance aDd can seat I will have to begin quick. The government ----
being or the speculator no more
*Wt about five hundred. has upended about IJO.OOO Xew hank .\ CVrUlnty.
Virginia been offered lathe
Land opportunity has ever
The musk was exceptionally fine. oa the plant, and now offers It to the
ri-close-in! residence I I history of Live Oak real estate. We are Informed upon good authority
""' I the choir containing several fine stale of Georgia free of cost, the only
'" ? -'n.chance conditions extensive that the Baisden corner which
the value Owing to local any voices the
while Miss Doling at
.-tti requirement being that It shall be
tctlre; I of the town In other directions was purchased last Saturday by
;:'d property, butrUj growth : organ and Mr. Clifford Williams with operated here.ie .
.. I and D. L. Bird.
of adjoining real seems quite Improbable. Ueb.n. J. B. Barton
a sweet toned cornet proved all that
11MSiand;owners seritt ; Geographically Live Oak has and could be desired. .* l laadtttiw.. will be used as the location of a new
:>dTantages and must continue to grow through the Elder Butler front Jacksonville. bank, which will be organized in the
:- w'khurst possessesIleble paths of Oakhurst. who Is reputed aa able and eloquent &it..aab, Oa., Otto 1C.-The following near future and begin business about f
down and prim are bawd oa factor's January first.
property. I The terms (20 per cent expounder of the Scriptures
r >* Interest at quotation: This bank, the organization of
; sbeen staked oftorless 5 per cent per month with will begin nest Saturday Bight a weekor
.. uniform size. I the rate of 6 per cent on deferred I' ten days series of meetings,' Fancy Plorldas 22 ft JJ H which was mentioned some time
laity Georgia ::\ 6 :3 since In the Democrat will be backed -
3Tenues, fifty feet j payments) offered by the Company, which doubtless will b* largely attended 1
kr'are being grad- place the buying of a lot within the and of great Interest. Extra choice Ga.'s"and na.'s..22 by home capital entirely and while ,,
; :of'comfortable reach of every conservative citizen prove PROGRESS.A. I Choke 0..'. lid na.'. %0 we are not now in position to say
e entire property of Live Oak. I II I Extra flue Ga.'s and Fla.'s It what the amount of capital stock will

'- Pc stumps' and i Watch the columns of this paper I J. Rice of LuravilU. one of tie nil Ga.'s and Pla.'s 17 be, we are informed that it will be
..':)I;kinds. leaving a I and the bill posters for tb* newest : most successful farmer la Bus au. : Charleston, & C.. Oct 12.Sea ample.

-:'r ;.. tappearance.q facts and, above all, be on the nee county, was la the city this Island cotton: Receipts, 121; exports Plans for the bank's organizationhave
.; avenue sidea grounds before *0 a. m., on Thursday morning, shaking bands with his Savannah, by rail, I; sales not been sufficiently perfected.
". sale. friends. I| none: stock, 221. I to be given out In detail.-
of many
: the day
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a Pt liiIt X.\UM oUtx.\.WB. A .., 8etM4 OW Live Oak

ar Nf, BM or voasa. !s.Q+l l r .... :
o_' N., M. Mt ftt ,AJft II BtetlM's ArekAU K lge

Aa ordisABte asaeadUf Itctlft a,*te4 proTefeoaeU J. WtWl. of Railroad Go

Four (i) Ordiaaace No. It of the MUh. says: "I u.e It In

City of Live Oik, not,.,. bead aa at? fAKltf for cats, tore sad All KID 5C DULffi 7ECrirrz, v

orcUaaDd entltl+ed, **Ac Ordiowee iBJarkt, sad lad it pert cf Qule-t-

I eaUu.4 I. erdlaaart to provide for Ht Pile cute kaowo. Belt heeling

the better aanitatloa of ask mArketf MIff mlk JM At IHrclAj A Creoter -
Frt. and 3
withla the City of Live Oak. Florid. .Drag Store. s MaD aDd I'uaeJIZU $<

protldlsg for the Inspection .
proper No.'
: of the BABe and fixlag the /aapesttattfees D I L ad i Only eL SUB Y ='

I to be paid therefor, sad preccriW Tt* H.w.* Wall U IBTrtdttkw .11. -.c i. P. M.
I' 1frli tar penaltiet for Ttolitlon of the baa a vital take ta tell Leave L.av Leave : fcl ;

; provisions of this Ordinance," approved aboct+ th. castles of the twU whkb .ot uo t b4 -.Live Oak ;;

;Jf { by the Mayor, September 3(( ,auadi la (be renter tt rVool the tapl- -. s i4'ss aoo -Rocky Sink.F. F -
S fYlIi .
not a 21 LS! ---.Starr., s _
UI of 1\0N'iL The myrtrry of Its sono- au
be it ordained by the Mayor sad LM ...
: -WHO I1LLS )I'KKSCKIltlON'S, roes tonal WU liuJM. the tiihabUants It t.o4 130Ar. Ala --Ii6
,. the City Cottadt of the City of Lire i AI 2.09 Ar. 140Ly. ass _
l Al'HTKKrIt vita tve tad pit;. \\VutUU-Ilwi4 Ly. 4 10
: ('Lit Florida; 1 &S L. u. Dowling Parks t4Ar
1 I I Sectloa I.-That taetloa Four (i) ant rest it rata found to I* cricked. U9 415 t iI
4 11 __
-, s natural qttcatioa oa lb. I'lor Ordl&Aftce No 11 of the City of It tins tbroirn Into thBB4 slnelt'ta; rot U 16 Lv UO 420 .. a$ la

part of 4tjakl. ..,Iou. are Oak Florid being *a ordla* tact a wo4 time, with litter 17 U1 Ar. 4 25 Mayo Jnnction t U..{
Lv, 4 40 .
lor hit patkttU' ttr14sre I Uf e entitled "Aa Ordinance i iAa oUtl" rwalt. Tae Artiiktri protmkJ w re- a a.0 LN 4 46 s'1.) _
a.4" Los 1.
Anmrr The City Ilurourjr ordinance to provide for the Nt.I the It A third brae aad wtib theyWM tit U2 -. : i &
let sanitation of Ftah Marl'ta ..U'- .. 1.25 6 12.Smith_ 1Ii F
I tb f their
end note doctor'. aU oa # pobtt coiuplrtUtf 121AI. ... 2 0 '
your I .11 ua FenhoUoway.
i il i la the City of Uve Oak Florida, provldisg task A votaaa walked up t* flit fur I eo AI 1.50 Ar. i 40 ..Perry_, LtAr.
fan loa. T IWr b ?
Wh" B I for the proper iaspectioa off aare vita a c&kl! sat cried. "Twkehate IUO At taO AI 135 Hampton 8p't.,
km>.i how t.n-tai Ire ant I, tt saline. sad .slat tat lall&lOII L.286 '
faik4 antI Ibm vUl fan
*. to purity of iogrrdlrttUaad I ... to b- paid ihertfor. and .r9ttrl ye ye MAYO and
i l&f ,.ultl.. for vioiattoa of l&tprofttioaa it tbt U tw 14ood ta itrVitbth flewanla ALTO

etadnrM uf tumpuuad I of tall OrdJMW.," Approved she stutcfcnl IIr hr cbQd ASkl,

la,. I bjr th MAfor 8ptmb u. threw U late the ID01tf'G tast+r. Tbe
i M gad Pans PaM Passenger TONS.I".M 1
1101, .. ad rte am* U ,."., b li. whea east was fwuaj to le witth -k' h. N
I AttBd M AA tO lead Al fftllOWi: oat a flaw, aDd ta this day the peopleam hrD! rhea SUB. Daily eL son Sunday Only DaayecSataBarubratop 8 t
= City Pharmacy Srttioa !. --Tfcn still U paid to that the too of the tU as it A.M.THOMAS. r.d. '" P. as. '

:i I the Oty TAI eaUtft9f If All -trtOu.Ir. tMlt forth b tW pUrou* wail vt the Leave )save Leave sA j i"g';"a: -
.. or corporattoM o.laf or .'f S W UU 6.10 Dowlin Park B.0'l 1 1i
r&lklUMbtf, wnltrr. ofa aotbrrr tIt UO
PHONE I Mayo Junction
t 7i "AttBf la tfct Ash market latlBMi u The tared, it woukl finds a us us 6.5.22 dark t u. ;
.. II. fetUoa Ou all provided, at AaUapttttoa .11'f'Ir. U' 1.01 LU Peterson T.35 U ;:
e --- I l.. ABd la U.. of euanitrirt IB the diffrrret countrtrtef S 1''iii s uo 1.66 Mayo a 'UQ tI. .
I UoaAl Ilrtu sad other chart** tbo the far east as b aa many la thwtstrra k lo'l. A._ I.b A. ..02 Alton Lv 1.00 i: ;
L. Just Receivedat work Ccaa. tiw,mad at tDowlin Park for all trains to
aa of T+ eaty>&vt IMUri p ef yeasTb i sadf 1 Ia
II to eonn.eWna with other lines,
'at p
pa)ill* oa October 1st. A. I). W', n. a..ta1 ... 0.11. DOWUNG. Pmident.FVtaad B P -HOPKINS. G
THE lAND BOX sad oa tB. Mme day ABB a Ally tbrt* aunt love Kiciety. They always seat *nj]
fur and lack fia market tatiAMi ta r+_," and lire toother the entire -- -

halt Dot U Acacd la aattl tacb 'Nr. They are twwt awful bird About
tllpt'tUoa' f ee U paid tai a receipt FLORIDA RAILWAYL-
the water frats of oar Nit.. Tbe e
New Fancy Waists, in therefor obtained from rte City Tai ruU4 have develop crrtala traits that
Collector. SCHEDULE
silk lace net and mark then as heal Wnis rather than
nuns- Receipts fw frattloaal part of the CONNECTS WITH ALL TRAINS ON & JA. L, RY. ANB A. i iDOWK. C- .lX.uui.
mr shall lot .. Iwued cietpt vhtrtaiatM bird of the sa la sotthtni Utifor* .
'" veiling.
la opened after the Ural day aia! led OTCOB I bars w.ttW flocka alas CENTKAI. TUIX.Na. --

of April ilea a8 -bait such amoant of them H' the ocean and river at

Ready-to-wear Hats, shall be paid gad receipted for Bad daybreak every snor&ln; and sail !.- YIa JF.3 No.Mail L j -

for ladies and childrenfor hall be good uatil October neat fol- land for Bill*., ,Urmihhig aUwt the UUyEaw ( &ad
1o.'ar.AD'. country to pick cp a living la the fleU. ,t EIPftM. ;
early Fall wear. violattoaa of the provliloaa of following the pW all by Ions, aa +ta.W1. Daily. '
this Ordlaa&ee thali be
pu&Uhed upon blackbird
dand flghtlnz at the fann
Kid Gloves elbow conviction before the Mayor by a fine '
not exceeding ninety dayKal .,* iwl for auffWwonus. I taretees 1 U a m 400pm420pm Ly. ....Live Oak-..... ........,.Ar. !Ices

length. not exceeding 1100.00, or Impriioa other rum mate dilly about pigpens ._ s ...
meat la the City jail for a period act and gorge on the offal thrown out i5 a .Jorter S _.... -" j--"fr. itsa

New Muslin Under exceeding ninety days or by both from the slaughter boute. It any m 4 zt P sa Lv.- ._Solder. ......_" ._ -_ 1:. nr' '-

such fine ImprUonrnent In the bird U iwcful to man the gull I* certainly 10 ut Lr.___..: ... Lt ._ .
& a m p m .Lanier_ ...._Lr. ISt
wear in beautiful de discretion of the Mayor. of great economic Importance aaA :..
Section 2.-ThU Ordinance hall k'lftort'f.-Am.rkao Magazine. a II a m 4 38 p m443pm L. ... .....:_Kirkland..M.. r film

I: signs. take effect on the first day of October, i u. a Ar._....:.._____.. .:_Wihnarth 8.6 __----b. 11.-_
A. D. HOC.Passed .
by the City Council this the Itault"r From Tlie 1'kigur. YO a m Lv..;,..___.... \Vdmarth.-..-._.?..-..ta. .1a ,
17th day of September. 1101. Tbere'a U s lit Ar_..... ..LuraviHe.__..._ IN
Mrs. E. N. Lawler.Don't Attest: C1IAS. II. DROWN grave danger from the a m Lv. ... .... ...._Lur ville_. ........... ....... -. =i

f S. P. M.\YS. Pre. of City Council. plague of Coughs and Colds that are 120 a lit Ar.. ..._..._...._Wilm&R.h.4.5 ...__....-. .-i 1
1 City Clerk. so prevalent, untea you take Dr. .i"ai. 1 m'Lv' '
48 p .-... __Wi1m&rth-- JUIllpm 'It,
I i I King's New DUcovery for
Consumption 0.6
Have Your Cart I I, S. P. Mars City Clerk of the City Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Geo. 6S a m 4" p m Lv.- ..-......._. .Suwannee River......_.._ -. -1-t tll}

Work of Live Oak. Florida do hereby certify Walls of Forest City, Me., writes I 55 a ID I-00 p m'Lv....... .. .'.-..-NoYLw8ood- 'Iu. '
; Butchered .
j that the foregoing Ordinance No. z i
S3 was regularly passed by the City "U'l A Godsend to people living in 10 05 a 1ft 110 p ID Ar._....... .. ___ .lf ___......--l.t 'J.=

At the Hill! Council this the Itth day of Septem climates where coughs and colds pre 10 tt m Lv. ....._Ka yo,__._ ..... ;

ber, A. D. HOC, and the same U here '' vail. I find it quickly ends them. U ION m Ar ....._ 2.5Alton _. -A't'
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by certified to the Mayor for his approval Pneumonia 1040 a ra Lv.................. .. .Alton...._ .... .-n...- t
s prevents cures LaO rippe,' U 1.
!i i'Witness 'I 10 SO Ar.H ..... ItLv. "
wonderful Mayo.
gives relief in Asthma -- --- > ---

iI I am I me Bmbei r Can Man City this the my nth hand day sod of teal September of aaid I, and Hay Fever, and makes weak 11 Ala Dl _.............. ._iUy 1.5 .. .. .....-. !ate

A D. UOf. 4 lungs i strong enough to ward off 1110 m a 19 pmIL"' .. ....- Pcd .44.hi--i
(Seal) 8. P. )lA ; rs.Clerk.i Consumption, COII&hI1D4 Colds. 50c II li a m 23pmLvM................._....Saft -_.,,.,,a.. -1" Uai
{ I Build them under Guarantee. City
a I 9.2
t Examined gad approved by me this and fl.OO. Guaranteed by Barclay U to lit I 40 p m L.,.. .____AlkgJd.___ -1, ilia
Have Built Hundreds and the llth & uroover Drug Store. Trial bottle ) 2.
day of &pt.mbwr.lloR.U. 'i., 11 4s a as I 47 p mLv_ _Charlton...._...... ... .-.......L, t g..-
am Building more every dare K DROOUI2. tree. I u
Major City of Live Oak, i'U. : lMa iii aQp m,Lv_ .. .... ...Kellne..... ........ ..." ---.....i'r't .
For Best Prices'rite, ;I A* lira ..,.... Dan I 3.0 :f.
I 121! a m. iK p mlLr._____....Fenbolbway.---....LF(lain'
i A cnrfeu atyatrry I the ;1is
W. II. ADKISON temporary I u
I LMitl. JMrTICK.N I! a&tastnra of aniaaU about an hour It a m i U P lit L.. ... ..-...._Denmark.-.._......,,.--,'" t't-1 mU
P. 0. B.a N.. 4. f All AMASSt f. flA. .tie U hef.... glvea that naderBad before clawt IM I U h Stli<
I f matter at what boor U. s a MpmAr. .-PerI'Y- ...........- :
bf ,In.. of A FlaAl Itoer>e redbf I' tfcta .....tI. O IUrrn tern and moa a. -
a- ERo...... A. d hU&. efrteetf IINIW ..'... and
.5.d t.. Jedge of the TMrdJedMal turn over W t .
) T" ) B4itter.
orT.lepho e StatioL (f) Flu Station. (r
TJOBERSON & SMALL, OlreoM loran la sad forwaaae fir f** aiMtfeer '" cotks eww. dog b*. At:.MI Stalk T. P. AUK.S ..

OHM,. Ftortda, oa ti. tilde 4 toe.. UhM-l and twr,w ant rattle W.L Haaau. Cmml PaaMnccr \ ".

day of (***** A It. !>... la atola ..,. i,i.pwr.... about. fw B short 1 rind. when
retura f.
a thse.
ATTORNEYS .:. AT -> LAW. mttfter .. CH""f hi taW CMtt Whet kith
thea aid t*... p........ oheeela The raw.T Aw the anknai affectwlWM
: WiH do general practice in State and f'ttM Diatte tasJ Haat. of ...,. Oak. I'', lit> > BMgbHir wave which p,.* AtlanticCoastLiFlorida 1e 1-

Fediral t arrts. I ewpawa....a. ...... the has of taeAt M," a..oitg4)t aa Abut or *o or I* th .
-- VIfM4 Ik.... J1rss.tsa gad Its f>. I, fitt .... .f UmiMjr >d dotlat'wSlr
ROOM 1 Lao a lUr4iua U.wfwwa P........ ia par arL
>Ke. W. lag |t. fts tl piles of h.....* la mtBdnfirM >w tatiotas from Alabaml

LIVE OAK. t : it4alt 4. u.. Oar of Uv# Oak. 8.*aaaeeOovatr aa Brtftoal wHd ...... .Wa aa alert Georgia,

-..... -- Flartda. U ....,",U,. ABd aa Jot t.rhr. d.rVxkt .
J. .:. t>.,... joined by Ms .tfe, UU nave.airy
tat .,... ]
rtie troll ol
,teat.., Virginia North ca
M.E.. BROOME, tarts, are defeadABta Bad where* naaold
la sad hereby the oaderaigaed as .
Special Master la Ct.,..." la uldCABSO a'-rster IL. L..4 et .t.wtte.of South Carolina.

was t.q.,..... to make ale ,1 hMW B4 rJW ll4f UrtKT tai
ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT L\W. the property herela After daertbed i f.Misaad Na W l* r..:M U MIMI of

UVC OAK. t no.IDA. or so neck thereof M aay be accessary 'I ...M'- .T ft trim b .U ta t the UaK katt JFlorld

to satisfy the aato at spe 4Aed ,. Ma. M en N.bag ... *.J dart to The Great Highway of Travel from

Will Indite Ia aI&M........,U....... ..... la said .......H. the .Adfatga as La...4ad .*. i'4 .r t, *., lojtoaluay .,
W atuau ti*.. V* (....,...... (-.u-u.a Special Mat+f la Chaaeery la said I *r *j- r4 Kr ,.. *.t.,.
MaN,Eta Alt lwt..-i .-pUp a cause .wm. oa the Hrt ....4&, laXoveoiber. 'I e .MSt jrwwev awl w..h area tke i-Eaa West. Nort
Itel is* time ..... the t
Nt*av PiavM tars at Lasua.f. | a-*.* and IIH sari aatr.rMl rete-
fifth day .f aaid .**... Mwe.a tae .. r j
tat .. .. ..... -
5.1. .r. to : ....
legAl fcaW* of Ml, It C.L ...... C. T...MMTgROWN the *0Ht..*.. ta Uv. Oak. IBaaM ....1:, 1u r. ., a lllIa ........ ells i TO THE EAST, THE FAMOUS

... **d ****.. **M of er for M NM M..... .'.j,". .\I.tUIMt I LI1tl'I IL
& THOMASON .*>* aad ..et a tie B4gWM Wdlert f! r" 1.1.- I FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA

tbu...... ter snail a trial. ,.. ....

.*lavg dmrftltM >m....l pre.tftyttaoia. L EXPRESS
PHYSICIANS & SURai oN9 Of a0 _s tl'" .. .pair ... ...... NEW YORK ;=

Mat IrIll" l.'....,... .... ... ... Wood l: -
..... .. t. ... .... W .w .s.n..
Lft.IOA ; I Ii4 h. "" .n ...+ .. .ei54 a4Mt1a.ei 1- TUE m MONTGOMERY( ROUTE ANDu
-- .n:I It ate.ti 0.thM .'A 1n W

ttterir a+Mwd ,. .. 2 horse wagon load of till .\II E1T VLT TL 111At J

L. M. DIXON, .. "..w. e/t eM LW ... ..... 18 inch wood for
_a ... ... Md. was.atmbt .., $1.50.I <
....d .... ... ....... rel... I PULLMAN
DENTIST. t h .. Lie IIa.M.t ..... r.nl.L..a eel MII1 Ntire.a''s CARS AND THROUGH COACHES AILt
'Jhc. ..... .. ttlMtti aa4.ei Ne6- t
OKTODO.VTU, : CROWK ASD B lt I i .:' ... .....L 1rte. ..... :. Leave .*len at Y. L fc j! Atlantic Coast Line mileage books, good to all P r'
I... ....f'vt trw ..... >>M4: ttwet &Ca.< trains as far East and far West V

+ WOK.. :. SrecuLTtt. *... II'". tit .... .,... st1U sed Lisa ...s WIMBEKLY. Cincinnati Washington, as .
.... ........ tnilw. sd to..... & and New Orleans; rates $25,00. I.

DR. J. W. WEST, to tao .... tfcseeie b Mss4at.I "da4 o.o.ti+o O+tletle0. I I ItI FOLDER-
.-SPS .* of a.**a rat" THE PURPLE

Physician and Surgeon. bea.l.1 A X D alt of s4 pro.Mtf DAY CURE" For detailed and full information rates,p,
i. B4 Ni f.**.a.. OHM' r. t
Office: Carroll Bulk int. ObN A"Mlt.RtJide.nt1lt l PH.*4.. tots preaiertr el il asH l>rfedMt PILES t.IOns, schedules, call on your nearest ticket t&* <

talus Iktal.t'DetIEptsee I .. riBOW WTLKHS I ntANK c. J -
BOYLSToN, Diat. Pass. 138 Wit BaY St"
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wial MasurUUMPUREYI wet- .we .w..,. Agent,
W. .
Nw 14. D. Ue.
,. iesidess4.i..at R 1s/. : 4 IURRELL.I ..rwrwas.. .LV...tt4 a...4...... J. W J. ,Tray Pans Agent, 138 W. Bay St, Jaekson -
.. .. CRAIG
."1. : Passenger Traffic General O .
kris Stan Baitiu*dmtr} lea 11 I ftoUdtora for C4mt16luaL 4...N.A..f\q, | C. WHITE Manager j(
GVL Pang Agent. General Offices. W t..

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:_ G 0 OUT over this choice property that is 1 _
attracting the attention of Homeseekers J i'

and Investors throughout this section of Flor- J

ida while the work of improvement goes on. \ / -

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EVERY DAY now parties are out looking over Oakhurst with a view of selecting choice locations to J ;s

up when the sale opens promptly at 10 o'clock, Thursday morning, October 18th. Some come ,

i' ,from a distance having heard of the rapid growth of Live Oak and anxious to 'invest in advancing Live f

Oak real estate; many are citizens of Live Oak who have watched the development of the present progres-

sive city from a straggling village and have witnessed a steady advance in property values; some are rent

payers who have awakened to the J isi
I --- fact that in the past 5 or 6 yearsLLrrlJ =
rr.1rrJ .
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they have spent enough in rent to. _
WHITE .. sT .. for home of their and J'. }
; 1 ; -" pay a own
D : w : .: : I1-.1: : have nothing to show for the out ir

_ & .. r N lay, but a bunch of rent receipts. -

6 :: : :: : :: : They realize that the big opening
/1 _:_ ;LLE" a :t:, of Oakhurst provides an opport- 'J 41T

: 11.I' I. ... ,, : -+- unity to secure a lot, upon which i s
; : 8 home of their that \.
S .'. s to start a own,
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.. :I. .. a o ; will advance steadily in value ,
jY 'I CD a R"O;; .6 $ ST I. while they are paying for it. ,,

is t/s t..u : :fl[ ::1 N 11 : It is safe to say that, owing to J. = ;

IsN I ,; 'j4 I;. :I"s.Is,. ., :.:. .; .:. .: : its fortunate location, improvements )
; / and Negro restriction, that k

I . I. "OAKHURST" property will fi '
1'i' 1' j
% %__:: enhance in value more rapidly
., OI i i o AVI': __'
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is other sections of Live Oak, just "

1: ''as lots in the handsomest home section of other cities have proved the best profit-yielding investments. Be J Ji ;

r on hand promptly when sale begins. It will pay you. /

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Jariad' tlwa iita "'th "old-tfnce i flee of ti *te and will -,;....".- .
4 J. F. Mt 4tWOEH .... M4 "" 'nltil3 h-v. to Ut ptnicd poll -Wlf D9WV UPM 'fIfE. _r..:..;i". 7 i.
ftU&1oa. tit Ft***** *&* Dwewd I -
\\T M $''***. Court of tH United
TK LIft NI..... MfiIt. all etfem ol ill Us frt tilt to 8ttt*. K the Supreme Court sus- I Mineral Springs HQtI':
U* hearts of the puts people of
# i tales thti ioc of the C aaatitn-
t{ ht..i attba i: Mc.--Li t; Amtrlca and toac&4 responsive feel convinc HOT AND tbl0 ATMS tnsStn AStfn.-_ GOOOT*t l.L' -=- -
and I
flan of th* State ( ,
chords wtkfe the feast elaborate pal- : BittPHONC
Oak. Florida, a* S r ; edthat U will), each State will have CONNECTIONS WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. .
Kilter, NoTHoUr T, 1W pit toarsiaf &d tlalat. coals ; ..
i > fululft regulation of Us (ranchU -
I IVHE latter reack. b 4eal Tk* diauk |It. RATES REASONABLEPflRKHOTEkDOWLlNGPfllfc:::8er Olltiii.- '
Dawn Each Stat will recover
DAILY DEMOCRAT Win U I else rDrtte U this tune tells bow he .
that exclaslvt regulation of suffrage .
called to nay part of tbt Called ifn: aid IB a railway train la Arklaia g.
or political power which was so emphatically ADDRESS ;] [ :
] : yesterday wWl k* was oa on* af
reserved by each State
$ i or his
religious lecturing tours
when tht CoasUtatioQ of the United ,
= $U2S for three Bosias, or 1_!ihnragh tk* West Ht will b* moanse4 i j ,2 Y #
Stales was framed and adopted and
SO eeau for Itt weeks. In adn uy. la every State ta the Unloa, for .'
which enjoyed and exercised by
Dellm-ed to any part of the city this rough sad ready Georgia )!ethoI was

by carrier for 16 dents per week.DEWOUUTK #I cUlt preacher whoa genius and rood 'each State before the enforcement IDLE MON n
of the Ul-advUed and unconstitutional :
.. news and power redeemed his t re-
provisions of the nth (so-called)
{Beat roarseceM of speech and .,,
NOUfttES.F 1 9'
Amendment. This exclusive untram -:
1- karshaeta of abase, mad the who

>e fIl o.c-.. ta4 c.,1...f"MIwaw1 jjKtpablic his held of action aad bran e melted political power by each Stateof Money often P4
D : determining who Is and who Is lies
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at Buck at home ta addressing
FKJLXK OJUUL t 0IIu t is tot mentally and morally worthy oftstrdJlal ';" ';; : ".,
an audience la tt* far North u la
FIr Jutfat U.SrrtM Cent the far South. It Is said of him that the great trust of the ( awaiting opportunities r:
CHAS. B.JJUOS. PA=icalu..r: FI'.bto- fraacAiw, U essentially necessary to
k* wu wild la his o
B.VHTTT1CIA . rowdy given over to torn radiI. effectual pollct "culationt-flHnUal ( investment; but thesl; : -

Tar O---.ar: drunkenness fighting and other tvll| to the welfare and safety of each

.HUDSON. BUKX BUTCH..,tfUry.E. D.W. ways; but he had brains tad heart, I State. If the Supreme Court of the portunities do not .:|-: -
and that mysterious essence called| United States does not uphold this )
For Mc &b S-tl a.- provision of the State Constitution. -
genius was larking like
W. K.DOUCAM. potential j every week month 'ori yet
K: w.L Mc )11J. electric light U the convolutions of wt art BO worse off than we are now ,.

kit tray matter and taco this Wt bare everything to gain and noth-
roQI ; iln
the If
'F.Tu A. D. EKn Ara.G. oapoUshed diamond of a man tbcr*| lag to IOM. It is at lean worth the year. meantime_ }

cam th* trace of and one day and( etfort The time Is propitious for, '

For J. Tu N. MEE83.CoUecW: k* was transformed for lift Into a :t[I and conditions demand, that the effort < money should be earniay
i b made."
rare power for good, without parallel
Fur CwmIJ B. LORD.TWOMRa or precedent to anlqv was his r.1;1 I ) ( something; and it can/

Wt, of the South, may not believe
tonality and so forceful his spttek, '
For Mmber ol SclwoC,Sri: In ttt early yean of his "&DltUlticwork la all of )fro Bryan's theories, but we you place it in this barer

JI.A.AD.uIS.1L he was ,be lieve la the man himself through )
If. CARVER.E.E. taaroloasly scinUHaut f { o
WISE. and persuaslr and eold culture and through. And the more we see > THE FIRST NATIONAL
Dostoa preachers and scholars w..t'la14 ,of some other men the better w* litBryan. aLIVE
Far Member Barf Coati ComskaL" Man ..
1L L BURAi ts.Tt. under the spell of plain Sam I OAK FLA. _

J. C. DAYS.'J.H.GKANT.. Jones, of Georgia as readily u the t ,

great congregations of the littratt j Government engineers report that -
Santa Rosa Island,
and Illiterate kt talked to all through Peoucoja'a not C. H. BROWN President a A. .
_. -_ .- the Booth and West In the leading ;! ural seawall. U all rigit and the ) D. E. HORN Cashier. W. J. HILLMAN,jrD.' =

s_ Thank Heaven for the wring crate cities of the nation the big fins!!eecent)fb.ull mad through It by the rt- v -

a ,of humor in human nature! What, gaud stenographic reports of bra s.r* I storm will lOOn be filled up again
by the action of tbt tides. Nemthe-
would we do without it? And If: moos each morning during bU revivals '
and it Is less, re&sacola should remember Cal a
under the relentless touch of evolution probable that :

BO.f i/\i/vi 1\ _
other i ''ton, aad mindful of the fact that .
evangelist la the _
ft shall finally disappear, as country ever
scientific wiseacres hare predicted reached as many t.'Ole u ht dl d' i'| the Island U but a few !aches above

R e.beg to be excused from reincarnation I His courage was as undoubted as bis the Gulf Uvel and does not keep back 1
the wave In a great storm, she"jahouid
genius and he
In a world In which it has no spared no type or cU
place. la hli fierce denunciation kls bifiD S ;! begin to agitate for aa arti- ttt MILLINERYs

sarcam and his fiery, peaetratlag fielal seawall o..p water ports like
wit. Ptasacola art aets of the first
+ Talk about Hearst, the demagogue Many people of refinement abhorred '

SI and the yellow journalist, as much reckless his slang and coarseness aad (j should magnitude maLt and them the secure Government against New Goods Stylish and T
crammer, but they went to
as. you please but it is a fact that op tropic hurrkanca. ,
la'New York all the same old plutocratic hear him for Intellect and trut

R trust breeding Republican influences piety and g *' ad courage were .

are fighting him ferociously all his la large degree, and armed The Trw Way to WU Oat. THE Y

and that's the best reason la t hswith these he was a very Christianknight I Mr*. Ruswll San taught school BON=TON ,. j

world why the Democratic party ail Incessantly making the good I IB her youth la Philadelphia and a

over. the country should back him ap fight and dealing stalwart blows Philadelphia woman who was one ( will,as never bef oretry to owuP.1
solidly in his present contest against every form of evil that ot- (I111ft. her pupil, said:

tbt land lit was farfaliy''j ". remember Mis* Slocum, as sht ;, the Prevailing Fashions this Sea t

Pensacola was hit hard, but her rough and laeonsideratt but his was then called; a very Intelligent.cheerful. son therefore the Ladies invited ._'
splendid virility saved him from the Industrious i
splendid rrcuperatlre power so widely i young lady, and "
I recognized by the press all over tats of lesser men and It was Impo a great favorite with all of us to call.-Too early to list goods, -- .is
the sable to writ film down or appreciably 8U had a way of
Is hammering
country tiring her an advertisement
which no money could diminish his told upon the toors. sa. come aa Idea with aa apt anecdott 71 but look for future notices : : :

buy, and which nukes her and her lit knew BO ttto&gy oat sMe that wt girls tnjoyVd ..,,,11. i

merits better known today than they tht Bible but kt tH+red that awful i 'Ont day, la Impressing On as the School Bags for the Children!
ever were before. There are compensations book with all his mind and soul abe 4ll iwtanct of prrsnerantt, she u IdJ _

In all things, and even In preacted at few other kavt tvtr j i'that she knew a little boy who was > !'10

done In this or other As remarkably tine skater.
the worst ravages of nature there any cooatrjr J'
are blessings lurking which will disclose he grew older and ..lpu4t4&IIIft' !| "Sh* watcher the youngster ont ;

themselves In time. the Influence of thought and travel' i winter afternoon, do tk* front and Mrs. C. W. Bache!
be became I back roll the
more refined In sf ,4i grapevine, the glide ,

The news comes that Hooker and tolerant In spirit, but the and other feats of tremendous dl t- '

; Washington is characteristic which tnadt him fieahy. and finally overcome with '
going out of polltle.tand
will hereafter decline to I't'COm. famous remained with him to the enthusiasm, sit patted him on the ", ,,, mil\m

mend anybody for a presidential ap last and ht died as ht had lived and, bark and said: "!low on earth at -

as ht wished to die, ftbtlDII01dl... your age did learn :3
pointment. It 1s a wise conclu sl oa. a you to skate so
of the Cross with hU magnificently?' Live
Booker has been in trouble and his on. Oak M'f'g.Manufacturers

race has been in trouble and the JUII.V Itt:'\110'21 illKAT- I'MV. down"By/ getting up every time I fell -
whole was boy's simple "
has been in trouble ever snare
since he violated the traditions and lion John S. Beard of Prase ola. of -

customs of this has art himself the largest task undertaken HILV fl'USN Lumber
country and sat downto INTO .% IUMWTKU.the Shingles Ice Electric
that White House feed with the by any ont man la this 1

President of the United States. country, perhaps la Its entire his .\f........ farmer It PmzlrU Power and Turpentine
tory. His purpose Is to repeal or by the

It is all up with Senator Burton, annul the Fifteenth Amendhient to V *rtT .'"..k of HU llarayard.Paragould. Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished fir

of Kansas, who was found guilty of the Federal Constitution, which toon'after Ark., Oct. IC.-R. Q. I or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electr
the civil war conferred the right Mitchell, a farmer I day and night .
= making some money on the side la living near Para current-for manufacturing purposes. "
i Washington In of suffrage upon the negroes In gould has a ehicken that Wholesale '
a that
way a UnitedStates a great and retail Ice-out have speeialtiOD
the Pensacola News of last Sunday, curiosity. Tht of City orders
7 Senator had question
no right to make as to whether and all orders -
it. The Supreme Court has refused )fro Beard has a letter entitled. 't tow It is a rooster or a hen U what promptly filled. _

G 1 will endeavor to annul the Fifteenth puzzles! )Jr.
4 his petition for a new hearing anmust he Mitchell and his neighbor -
go to the pen. An ex-Unlted Amendment to the United States *. The chicken was hashed nearly THE ORIGINAL

g Senator in convict stripes will b Constitution. la this letter ht states: three years ago and as it grew In. The Idea of

novel and painful sight, but It irtll that the Amendment was Illegallyadopted to full-grown chlckenhood developed the bowelsand thus a Cough Syrup that will act OD

be a salutary example to others and because Its ratification was Into a pretty hen. But but spring the system Is assist In expelling colds from

; will show the country generally that secured by Southern Ltalllaturflwhich her henshlp turned to a rooster. The LauUvo Honey new and Original In KerJ1cdy's -_
had been elected by false con- transformantlon and Tar. Nearly all other '
there is still some potency la w' came about by first cures are cough
i stltuencles created by Congress in shedding her plumage until constipating especially those containIng -

Georgia has produced some great notorious admitted and avowed violation a feather remained, then the hardly Tar OpIates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and

i men id her time, and so have most of the Federal and exls:lag a new plumage started growthof moves the bowels contains no Opiate
of the other states in the Union old Slat Constitutions. Good w> far. one dainty hen now struts U the the LAXATIVE _-

enough for motherhood but when Sam And then Mr. Beard goes on to habiliments of a full-grown

Jones came out of the old red hills fold his scheme as follows which is she Is growing a healthy roosterand A certain, sate md harmless '
of the "Cracker State to make his Interesting, daring and ingenious, rooster spars. Mr. Mitchell pair of an Coughs. Colds. Croup Whooping remedy
mark upon his country and his time and for him all says that La Crlppe. Bronchitis Cough 11
we hope sorts of good during her career as a hen he does sad Influenza and all Lu."lg
Georgia gave to the world a man and luck In working out Its details: not remember that she ever laid an children's BronchIal affections Mothers praise the 90

preacher without a prototype and "At the approaching session of gg. and lnct she has turned to sand favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey
b who will have n$ aut<
; was only one Sam Jones and we fill joint resolution proposing amendment .....e is not companionable with crow TO
never have another. Dut he had a I to the Constitution of theof State the other chickens. any SYRUP

host of pulpit imitators In his day 'Florida limiting the franchise toand 1 AAA..-......-.. at U. ,
who had all the gyrations of the [the white males of the age of 11 Omct room to rent ia Lewla B Ie'm UD Iir+rboratoey o f Z. C. DeWITf A co..CSl f-t .
sybil without any of Its genius. I I upwards. It this becomes a part of ing. ulldU ClotU $LOSSOx AID TIlId3T Piss cx Jf -'--1.
i II I Sold '
I' by city Pharrt1i- ;

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: I Prgt, .J. Jf. Woodward tutee 09 Walwf I. Iptneu thslMit tip ..... .. : ,
p ONAS[ from Draafofd yftterdaf atra.Nifora ldtdret, yN&erdeT; ....f.n. el t .... t ... ...........J..t.. t.t. .. .!....f.._
\ pop eali to hit Uv 0*% t rleeta tatiataa visit We n,4.riii4 hi '
: f", rr. -f: .'-. '!*? ti Waiter has part,**? hit tetefwt of LIVE OAK STEAM LAUNDAYM '
Col.."' Frank; Rees- went down to all the other Biet4oMett in tit .
t A-
.", T Lake City this morning to argue a Saute r. ....Wf C&. and U ftowcondocUaf LarINt
'jOlt n ato- motion before hit honor, Jadfe Car. the b.staw atose, Walter mi Met lyiffipcd Law4r I fa K&lfc Fie. .

_, ..READERS. ter. b a hastier and there Is 69bt doubt .,;
1" wilt make a .plea41dJL'U success, .
: -
J t :,1'l" s I I Surrcncy a Powers are making a f werk riM ekM in every respect ,.

lEj1.ND THEY GOK specialty of Red Band Brand Gail- May Brlram, who has beta 1ft i wr\i and cWivery and ship-7,
: dies at 13 cents per pound. Nothing the city for several days past the 1 r Mftlta to out of town customers whenr.

:: c; -', like It. guest of her sister Mr*. U ... Gardner pI'OIftitett. All lost or damaged articles
left yesterday afternoon for her 'nIl...- '... ..
,.: .O"- paid for : : : : ; : : .-- .
:Oak and Suwanneertheml H. Helrenston of the firm of Hel some la Atlanta. Min Brian aa : :
.. :.t" .
L # by the Demo- venston &: Hayman was In the city unusually attractive young lady and --

i_:. i.porter yesterday looking after affairs for made a number of warm friends daring Work under personal supervision of t .
: v.-... -. the cdmpany.Hon. her stay la Live Oak.A. .
_ ,
,io,to rent In Lewin Build. G. H. Dormsn of Houston, 11. Lewis left this morning for : Proprietor (
}r' tf: was in the city yesterday afternoon Cunnellon and other point In South LIVE OAK, FLA. =
'- \ hands with his Florida. Arthur Is _
_ ,'isu"of-: Newberry, was In Oak shaking friends. many Live knight of the grip"a now fall-Hedged and can .. . . ...N .., . .... . . It . > '.1'I

ri erdtip' proclaim the fine points of bla special -- ----
This morning a solid car load of brand of cigars with as much ease -
Sorae/of: Jasper; was reglstt eight thousand chickens passed and convincing argument as the man For STOVES or FIRE-PLACE _
Ethel yesterday. through Live Oak enronte to Cuba wlo has been on the road all hi* life. WOOD
,- ,' .
.-"s.(of fit'of fancy{'costumes willpy from Tennessee. Chas. II. Drown leavej this afternoon Any length from 14 inches to 4 .feet -

.iFleet.ti.e;! tailor. 8-18t Bay your groceries from Surrency I for Savannah wbe,c be goes In
-. ''') & Powers and get a ,chance at ,the tbe Interest of he cotton warehouse -------"--=Will deliver in any part of Live Oak =
letters, the timber man. wasyesterday beautiful hand painted china. rOD for the Suwannee County Cotton Association
'"' on business. may be a lucky one. "'r. Brown mill tie away

.,=rJ r"_ .... I for a day or two and on Ui return McADOO & BAISDEN
'" i.Helvenston & Hayman to Suwannee Day has opened lathe will probably be able to put the warehouse -
1f-oa your winter goods. 2t"EKoberson C. T McDanlel store oppositethe underway at once aad have It (BUTLER BROTHERS)

'ii. ; "- court houre. Fresh cakes and ready for some of this season's crop. Phone( No. 197 -
made a pro- bread dally.-Suwannee Bakery.
.',trip,to Lake City this morn- I Our good friend J. M. Brown of'the
_ .. ...
Beautiful colors' Rocky Hal section la -
plaid silks la all was the .
."l'.<. on display In Miss M. V. Edwards',eltj yesterday with his brother J. H.proun Sl. .
f o'a & Hayman have a big"sea's window, Don't fall to see then, ...,, and they mad our oCce a
-: fanU-all sizes-at have just arrived and are MutUal pleasant rail and thoroughly IDJpt'C't.t Waterman Fountain Pens
.; -- 2tnstead I... oar plant with which they were (

-i Miss Belle Wiggins retarad yesterday my HHwh pleased. We are alwaj* Gillette Razors and Blades
L" of the Pine Grove from a pleasant vUlt to 1 glad to bare oar friend call oa us '
i;',ip. fln the city this morn- friends at Houston aDd left oa the I lid It I* a pleasure to a* to shot Kodaks, Brownie CamerasHuyler's jt
, ford. Candies Ri.
,"".<. only, of Perry was in theday -- i i W. learn that )lr. W. II. Itvll tsit
and registered at the Red Hand Ilram IV* |kw. see *dfed bfa resignation a. deputyPatod ( Victor Talking Machine and Records i
l", just as fine as any boa twos to b* tfiate Revenue Collector Hitrolfnattott ) ,
had anywhere, and they are ...tltI I* due to III ....1111. He ) ; .
:on k: Hayman hare a bigderwear.and cheaper at Hurrrncy & ISmm, Try has Jest returned from Lythla8j .
are selling It them. >>rl..A Ot,. .hw. k. wwjt la the .Su\vallneeDrng Company
= )
i 2 t ... 1 I Interest I of Ms beaHh and w* are glad -

.. Mrs 0. U. Richard .te bn brim to irate wa rerHMwaMjr Improved szst.
[.McWUte... of'Umatllla. was la la the city for several weeks put vis-' bf the trip aid I* a.* os the road la .. __ .
yesterday, registered at the lung her daughter Mr*. T. S, AD.rI I I i torwt.tir. WH b* 4 *.fd H *He i. -
v F.. SOB, left this morning far Wr tome resign M* puKost a Wi t*. f....* titlhlrtD left oa the fourth of this lU oll1tloa.i .
".?,"r. 6 la Lake Butter. > went btva M of l4e ard**** dtlttet tIL swath \VhltUn, Ga. wt.er.bet The copartamhip heretofore ezUtisg -
;5cat the City Uesuarant i f Hle |.fKMu dOn MIDI sv4 B Kuaih BBoagtrid rekU isad i
:white restaurant In the -- .. W. "Uh them a pieae Mt.#*, C. El Humphreys and
For backache sad rh*..&i.UM useDeWitt' i
.'t, ant titan sod a Mfe return. A. U Humphreys under the firm
Kidney sad tlt44f HHi,
Cleanse and purify tbe .... A >>ke M. Y 1M..... ... d+..A1pdI We had e,.h. a alee picnic al the saute ef Florida Novtlty Works, It -

_-".-..Starling, of McAlpIn Is In ."..'. trtatattat for tit. MI tf .. ti1O4 td .... ..,.. rise dIl ... of twf a.lt.| t*. %**M sin this daf dissolv.d. A. L. Hamphreytretiring. ,_
;today looking after business City r&ar M<,. for Ne $. .f 'If" ..". ... sill t of fr*e ......... u ss to be C. B. llacphreyt will
">. .. 1M. .,* ...Wsrd ... IrtMIt; bed a4 a .... Aaawf
_ 1 Mr*, ft tl. I/s f.-..- Mi IUIU' dot I m ewe Auia .... 1t... .. ....wI1M- J C ..,..... ... of our rattf* Uave the business assuming all liabilities -
'J.::8.; Johnson went to lake atttrBooa tar Ha u. 0". willw (thed tar :stetts1 the u br peiisg ...-nU..... 1* pftf i.** and eollKtlBg accounts
morning on professional he will >)>*.4 .ee.eal u..e ,,,-.11 warw iii tia.. .. ....riw+... ...... ../sea far rostoat and eMeieaa and C. >E. HUMFHRETS
:11pM letwr Iii I n Ill,r.1 stith.ts'til sans.fair. A. U IIUMfHRBTS.StpienWr .
her uotWr We its leis ..H few i iMln it !
a d.llgatet elute lit "lc r::: J.+r.att ass ..... W H. **f.a. h low ready SI, 1f 8f.EILIOiifrLY.
;Porter, .: returned yesterday -- .r"ulila 1.ter elms .. ..... 1M tie"" .......
from a business visit to f Oftftfe UltHaau sues lass tlas. tilt ... Mt ilw tllunl. .a.Hj f. t4Ny.tt a.Mbet Oe....ay

h,.. the >ia.irtat g.e.* "'! to eir/s. ..L..sib..... II [0. I. asp ae Ms saris to he d.4ag a gaud k..esM. CO.,
lira. r*. K. TW*** .. ..* ** ... ..: .lY" Nl eelrtuirr..w ...r us:. .. I II has received line '
_:i-,Bro ff. of Perry, was la the lag for Ht Astt....... .hMeaejjrrtcrrt .. ttar .. grinn.rwSLr a ttit.u.. uutlul MI I! #Just a nice : of -
_:' 'day afternoon and rVgtsttt of bet Maf u.. *"** 11'111" f itltr .I. ... d awa t.ar1111MAt 11w Wwlap s n.h. Comic Post Cards which they

,. i EthelLieIFboronth ... .... Win'. .. w-.==., I
1. art selling at lOc dozen. ,
_ A cold U MM' iw ce ..., ....,es .Ma*. lkebt Hth. at J o'etock per
_ a prominent andfirmer then the bowtls are otwa.i k ...," tiff. arse.ttlt.. tMt r11 .. O.MM w.a MN. Xf4Me AlfHi 09 Onto are. -
.. of O'Brien ihli .. t L eeMldtttrliart .. .. ..4II !
was Laxative Hooef std Tat eft .. He ,-f+Ma wiM b*. .
:_.__ morning I Uncls and drlvec ,.. eokl om of Ike ,-1'" r1ac ... ... II 111 .. .. ..,....... P4w tovy --2ispietsenAJtn.u4at BARDIN & EDVARDS\
.'.. *' In 0.... ItsM by OHf 1llttl wrtro tilt Hilt u.Mer ,
system young or .. by )In. H. )to John* \1SDKX ISULlUNfl. fk 3
l4tUnred on a moment' I rharmacy.Marx ..*a w...d rn ... nqu.nt t.v a erL I Phone 103.
My length pine or hardwood. raise h u...... t+a..e for the see,. to.'I'.SaJiQ .. .'s,...sLy; IU ReUJoa to the 1
Maria. Phone I' W ftwr.. a tr.", .wHle sea's
L-\ 25. t Hlgglns, _hohasbe v B tad : InUblag of CMUnn." by .lae Wig i
..L p-- lag several days here with his many 1......Md IroN the Cwtaefl to renter t 4d. $4,000 ;

__.\;tyatrlght, a successful farm Live Oak friends. Ida yesterday afternoon i! .hh )Ir. howling la ,. "*ere to tlw "8o Ial Purlly.by Mrs. William The A. J. Itobenou BoardingHouse i I
s' 081burl! section was In for Terrell, where be has an Lurdsa.e br the city of the water Bione. on Ohio Avenue. Twelve

-'.?.. iLaorning.. Interest with the Teddtr-McLeoJ Co. works. The committee appointed Current Events, by AIr. T. s. t rooms, hot and cold bath '4 '
t .. him. tonal.tt'd of Chas. H. Brown, chair situated In the
Mrs. Higgins accompanied IlaUden. heart of the
O that Helvenston & Hay man, J. U White and Jon Robert- AIRS. O. O. WILLIAMS.Corr. town. A magnlflclent Investment
jelung everything In theircost. Dr. R. L. Goodbread, physician of son. This was deemed by the Count Secretary. for some one. Is parIng -
Lb o ute tue State Hospital for the Insane at the only permanent and satisfactory 12 per cent gross. The .
Chattahoochee was In the city last solution of the water problem. Card of Thanks. above price Includes what
,,fail to go to Helvenston & night for a short while lie was on furniture the owner has In the
E t.! flack Cat" hosier y. his way to his old home at Mayo account of the home coming of We desire to express our sincere I building. ; : : : : : ; : : :
_ -'re you money, 2,4 I1 where be goes for a ,few days' rest South Carolinians, the Seaboard AirLine thanks to our friends and neighborswho I Nice Six-room Cottage close
-. -- --- and recreation. railway will sell round trip so willingly and cheerfully rendered I in, with bath, that we will offer -
,.- the civil ticket to Columbia. S. C.. for one to at
engineer, --- such valuable aid in removingour some one a bargain.
|"*Uanah yesterday after Kodol For Dyspepsia contains the I fare plus 25 cents for the round trip. furniture from the burning building Easy 'rDlJ.. Call at our office
!business trip, digestive juices of a healthy stomach I Tickets will be on sale October 18th last Saturday when we had the and learn more about this cot -
and will put your stomach In shapeto and llth. Further Information can misfortune to lose our home by fire. tage. : : : : : : : : : :
n one of the succes- perform Its Important function of be had by consulting Mr. Busses Also to those who so willingly offered Farm, one mile from the city,
the Wellborn section, supplying the body and brain with city ticket agent. : us rooms to put It In, etc. Also for containing 320 acres, eighty -
Yott7 this morning. strength building blood. Digestwhat Ifr.II'ln words of cheer and comfort. acres stumped and in high state ''

you eat, relieves Indigestion ) 1M. I We assure you that we fully appreciate of cultivation sixty acres
{inick, a prominent I Sold by City Pharmacy. Please allow us space IB! your valued It and want to say to of good timber; one eight-
;, ea, was In the city paper to write a few word. !you that If \\e can ever be of serfvire room dwelling barns and all
Itproo on business. Mill Sallle Anderson arrived la the We are having fine leather now to you In any way we will only necessary outbuildings, tenant
city this mortlng and will assist Miss and everybody seems to .,. very be too glad to respond to your call. houses; one pail of good
a prominent and MtClinton In the primary depart* busy picking cotton. We hope to Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Haddock. mules, one tM'ohonefagoDi'
I tontine operator of I meat of the 8uwanne High School get a ;not price.W I I cane-mill and boiler; enough
to the city yesterday. Miss Anderson Is a Kentucky girl, are test sorry to report that Blood 1'ullOa1lq corn and hay to feed the mules
and is most highly ff'C'OIDeaudrct by Mr W. K H.'..... our agent biIft. i one year. A bargain for quick
trEeq friends of theRisers. Senator Blackburn of Kratutky. as 4 I bat Wt* very IH tr tae I--t .""k. !retold'from chronic constipation purchaser. Terms: one-half ,
I 1
tt'; Little Early i It was oa bis recommendation tltatIbe We hope to M>* blot uf MK... 1ti e which U quickly cured by Dr. Kin,'. refch, balance one and two
'>lo1d by city Pharmacy' was offered the position la tbe atlas hlra vtrr aura a* ih f. U BOOM few Life Pills. They remove all ; ,"An. Interest 8 per cent
|High School. There U ao doubt that to ..u..d to the eftr j II which ls quickly cured by Dr. King's WE SfLLC..\ "T LOTS:
=W is puttimgrarel .he will do splendid work and give Mr R P. HarMI va twHH _.ua Infuse new life and vigor cure sour Itallraad Addition; Fruitland
its crossing I perfect satlafxetloB to the patron of day sad fat a fw hour. He re- stomach aausla, headache dizziness I Addition; Ilarton Addition aDd
,- .- on, avenue IntersectsTbe [ the school Suprriateadrat W no I <. raed lo bl. work U PvPoat, Oa., and colic without griping or discomfort Stephens Addition. : : : ; 2
crossing was tad*'was excevdisgly fortunate la went- AsBday aftrraooa.Mn Jle. Guaranteed by Barclay I
Estate and InvestmentsUfX
lag her ",,1tH. + J, C Brock sad tee tittle,, 4 Grew Druggists Real


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,s 14 t'F PAK i"'nCfUT: "" Mr.

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I :..l'4..u.\J..f.ua..U.'. -' .- ; :4:!. iY''''&.. '-'',.' "' *'A? > I-; ''&'' _".".f..i."A'.j.- ._- .a1t.1A.1 148. 10..tares.Chas. H. Brown. Lir'e'Qak.. Plar-. ; and thereof fixing* F .
fr j r .' .z-".," be a Mg
1; -- Ida, 15 share p, 't. \
; so a*to
'" T. 8.: ,Baisden, Live'Oak, Florid, .

.1 i shares. '.. deserii r '

t e School Shoes School Shoes iil 10 J.shares.C.. Baisden. Lire Oak, Florida,'\ be herebyeeta thp the= City Fire: _of, : -

I IL J. Taylor.W. Oak, Florie4Commencing f "
,>4 .. -
J. Hillin. ...
J' i I.' .I B. W. Helvenstoa' Conner Street:

"- : A. Lee">Humphreys.. thence running'') =

I ; FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Et fita B. -Brow. nee thence Street West, ,< -

t I. ''s F. 'E. Thom&son.Walter : of C is Meu, -;-- -
Church Street -
J. Brjson. ,
E J. G. Baisden.F. south-of Conner KM_ lVIt,5
We have the largest PRICES along Church S& i
LOWEST I H. Bremer. thence East'aeat 1

y i line of School Shoes in T. 8. Baisden. Pine Street,ttaas

3. the city, and in additionto As usual we will be t ItI. .STATE OF FLORIDA, Street along to Parsaley Parsfeky =

our regular s ock we enabled to sell School I. i Suwannee County. Avenue, thence L

have just received lit Before me personally came F. H. Avenue, to polot.

Shoes at the very low- Bremer, R. J. Taylor, W. J. Hillman, bonndry thereof, -'- -

l t B. W. Helvenston, A. Lee Humphreys the Southern
) est price-every pair is ber Street, thence
780 PAIRS OF SCHOOL F. E. Thomason, Walter J. Bryson, home place of tfe
well made for the hard *
t Chas. H. Brown and T. S. Baisden, Parshley to a pofet

SHOES use to which School j to me all well known, and known to and South the

r .: me to be the persona described In, the property i own ed k (
Shoes are always subjected well, and on trbfc -
of the following well and pair = and who subscribed to and executed now located, theme
every j articles for with and "
the foregoing along u e
known brands:, "High will give satisfaction- : charter for "The the Oak Brick t line of said property asjsiiij tf til

School," "Black Cat." there are none othersas I". Supply Company," and who severally well to- Haynes gtrer1"1along *- '' 'Pone

t "Cadettet" andothers. good for the price., acknowledge before me that they executed thence Haynes North Street along lo Hfts&l dwu

I the same for the use and pur to Duval Street thence 9 1

poses therein expressed.In Duval Street, to a pdi'
i witness whereof, I have hereunto (100) feet west:of otla i

a FREE FOR SEVEN DAYS FREE Ii set my hand and official seal in along South Haynes to Haynes Street Street to,tie itei a :BASe

R I. Live Oak, Suwannee County, Florida of the Atlantic Coast;lisa i
'. this 17th day of September, A. D., thence Northwest along fes
With'every pair of School Shoes sold for the next Seven Days Ewe 1906. of said Atlantis Coast
: [to Duval Street, -tlienee Ord,J
(Seal J. F. HARRELL, Duval and Third
will give one pair of good Strata fef
ii Notary Public way track knowa'tstizt'I;
:t My commission expires July 13th Southwest along the_r2fuu
School Stockings 1= 1197. known as the 'r to i ad :
thence i South along l t a*
Conner Street to
= Come and see our line of School Shoes. The quality of the shoes :1 An ordinance to provide for the point of begi&&is Sam!; s -land

\ levy of taxes for the year A_D. 1905, Section 2.- -Ttat all on

and prices will please you. ;, for Municipal purposes for the City parts of Ordinances la-t '"
1 this Ordinance are hereby? \':
I Of Lire Oak Florida, and to proridea Sec. '3. That this Q?$&

rr sinking fund and for the.annualInterests go into' effect Immei4j\-

on the 10000.00 bonded passage by the City CooI! '

THE lADIES' Indebtedness of said City. proval by the Mayor* -:
: : Passed by the City COB#
3i j Be It ordained by the Mayor and 17th day of September A.It
t the City Council of the City of Live CHAS.B.Btoi

"A I. Oak, Florida: Attest: President cl Gt,

f. : Section 1. For the purpose of securing S. P, MAYS, City Cleric_
3 L. S. Harvard, Proprietor. Live Oak -'
Fla. : -
E an equal and uniform rate of
... I, S. P., Mays, Cfti CIet\-t
1 ,'Yfyy""YTTY.'yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.yyyyy.. .-. . - . ........... ._._.__________I taxation and to pay the current expenses City of Live Oak, Florida,&t.
.y..T.yyTY. Of;the City of Live Oak, Florida certify that the above 04

for the ensuing tax Ordinance No. Si wan re;
Notice of Intention to For Let year -
Apply sell all kinds of dry goods, groceries reel
directors may be changed from timeto shall be levied and collected by the City Connell on
ten Patent. supplies and notions, furniture and upon day of SeptemberA.D.lmt'same
time by' the laws
of the
corporation and out of the real and
!. Under and by virtue of the laws of' hardware and to have all power necessary provided that there shall personal is hereby: certified ta to..1
be property within the Incorporate limits for ,his. approval 3
the State of Florida, notice is and incident to a general
at time
no lees than three directorsnor of the City of Live Oak, Florida! Witness my band i-
Siren that the undersigned have associated wholesale and retail business; to deal than !
more five. for the year A. D. 1906 the tax of 7 said City this 17th day :
4 and do hereby associate In stocks, bonds, notes, mortgages Sec. %. All of said directors and mills on the dollar. A. D. 1906. :
and all evidences of indebtedness. S. P. MAYS; Ciil r
themselves together for the. purpose officers shall be chosen from amt See. 2. For 4AIt .
ng providing a sinking Seal.
( )
of becoming incorporated, a body po- Sec. t. The corporation shall have the stock holders of the corporationat fund and paying the annual Interest Examined and approved lysi./
litic, and will on the 19th day of and enjoy all power rights and priv- the
meetings of the stockholders on the 10000.00 bonded indebtedness the 18th day of SeptemSs&U, .
October, A. D., 1906, apply to Hon. ileges of corporations of this class to be held In the City of Live of the City of Live Oak 196' "" ,0
N. B. Broward, Governor of the Stateof under the laws of the State of Flori- Oak, Florida, on the first Tuesday dated Florida Bf. B.B
February 28th, 1906 there of Un WJ
Mayor City
da. To sue and be sued In Its
Florida for letters patent incorporating In November of each year, each stockholder shall bei levied and collected
porate capacity; to contract and be upon -
the "Live Oak Brick and having
as many votes as he and out of the real and .
Supply Company" under the following contracted with; to issue certificates, has shares paid for In the corporationand within persc.nalpropertr -

"' proposed charter, the original of stocks and bonds for the corporation; until the next said annual election U the City of Live the Oak corporate, Florida limits for J USTAO

which is now on file la they office of to deal in Judgments and decrees and and until their successors the
are A.
year D.
a tax of 1-3 of
the Secretary of State for the Stateof to do all those things not inconsistent elected and qualified. The directors one mill the ; .0'V
on dollar. .
s Florida. with Its charter and not Incon- shall be T. 8. Baisden -0-'
,'of Live Oak Sec. 3. This :*
sistent with the laws of go
R. J. Taylor. corporate Florida; C. II. Brown, of Live Oak, into effect
W. J. nillman. the said State of Florida. Florida; F. H. Bremer. of Live Oak, by the immediately Council and upon approved its passage About your groceries.by : B"ofj >' -

B. W. Helvenston. Capital Stock.ARTICLE Florida; R. J. Taylor of Live Oak, the Mayor. .
A. Lee Florida should be fresh in aD seasos:
; Humphreys. III. ; and A. Lee Humphreys, of Introduced by J. L. White, memberof
Chas. H. Brown.F. Live Oak. Florida; and until the B''
Section 1. The amount of the next the City Council and passed by the No groceries not evened
E. Thomason. annual
and until heir
capital stock authorized by the corporation successors City Council this 17th day of Sep
Walter J. Bryson. are elected and qualified. T. tember A. for l*
shall be Sixteen Thousand D., 1906. goods, are the better "
J. C. Baisden.F. (116.000) dollars, divided into One S. Baisden. of Live Oak. Florida, Attest: :

H. Bremer.T. Hundred and Sixty Shares of the par shall be president; B. W. Helvena ton, CHAS. H. BROWN, We look fter_ that#It .1
8. Baisden. II'I of Live Oak Florida, shall be vice- "
value of One Hundred (1100.00) dollars Prcst of City Council
Charter of president; A. Lee Humphreys of S. business carefully, buyisfthat !
Proposed "The Live Oak each. Ten per cent. of said capital Live P. MAYS City Clerk. ;

i Brick & Supply Company. t stock shall be paid for In cash, or Oak, Florida shall be secretary and I, S. P. Mays City Clerk of the stock will U)1.'

The undersigned hereby associate collaterals equivalent to cash before treasurer and F. H. Bremer. of Live City of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby our

themselves together for the purposeof I I the corporation shall transact any Oak Florida, general manager. The certify that the above and foregoing
forming a corporation under the : business, and the balance of said capital duties of the said officers and directors ordinance was duly and regularly

: laws of the State of Florida, under stock shall be paid in at such shall be prescribed by the by-1 awn passed by the City Council of the City We cannot tell you in

the following proposed charter: time and la such manner as the I of the corporation. of Live Oak Florida, on the 17th

:. Name and Place of Business. Board of Directors may require. And limit of Indebtedness. day of September, A. D. 1906 and space what: all we have.
certificate of stock shall be Issued the same Is hereby
ARTICLE I. ARTICLE VI. certified to the telepb I
to the repectlTe stock holders UpeDthe Section 1. The Mayor for his approval. in and see us, or
Section 1. The amount
of the "
name co 1*
payment of tea per cent of the Witness{, my hand
poratlon shall'be "The Live Oat o! indebtedness or liability to which and the seal of your needs. t
capital stock by .said stock holders 01 said City this 17th
Brick A the corporation day of Sept 8 m-
Supply Company, may at any time sub ber --i
as represented by shares held beach A. D. 1908. PHONE 85
Sec. 2. The principal place of I I ject itself shall not exceed twice the
i stock bolder so payingTb (Seal)
business of the corporation shall be' amount of the capital stock of the -
form of said certificate shall be prescribed S. P.
In the City of Live Oak In Sawannee corporation. City Clerk.
by the bylaws of the corporation. Examined and MAYSBBOSFREE I
county Florida; but the corporation by me this it
Names and Residences of the Subscribing ., September 17th, 1106.
hall have the right to establish
branches at any point within the State+'I The Term For Which The Cu rte- amber of Share Subscribed and the M. E. BROOMS, Mayor.OKDIXAXCE DELIYEBY.Tie : ..
For' --
of Florida. !;i lion Shall Exist.t Ry F. ch. -'-
General Nature of The Badness toi i ARTICLE IV. ARTICLE VII. Ordinance LIMITS fieada *
I Section 1. The corporation shall' No. 54. Great
Be Transacted. Section
1. The names, places of: An I-
Ordinance -
exist and continue for a period of amending
ARTICLE II.Section residence and the amount of capital: One (1) or Ordinance No. Sect Ii
Ninety-nine years unless sooner dissolved : City 51 of taaBromo- ?
stock of the of Live ,
1. The general nature of subscribing incorporators -, Oak, FlOrida, being
according to law. Ordinance 1Il
the business to be transacted by the are as follows to wit: entitled "An Ordinance to *
a fire Word l ty
Officers by Which The Business Is I to limit 11\ the 'City ofttire "Note the
corporation shall be to buy sell I F. H. Bremer, Live Oak Florida, LIe Oak, Florida, to prescribe
mine, make and manufacture all Be Transacted. I :0 ..hares.It. I manner of building, and the g ".:

kinds of brick cement, stone and ARTICLE V. I J. Taylor Live Oak Florida,, Ial therein used In and bUIlding to be ODStructed ma CURES t @tt1 ,",::

limes; to buy and sell and mannfatore oSection 1. The business of the, 45 shares. violation thereof fixing" penalties for the -'fi!

all kinds of building material corporation shall be conducted by and I \\'. J. Hillmaa. Live Oak. Florida, n. 1906. approved August On the Spot

blinds, _mantels household furniture under the control and managementof 10 shares. Be ItCity ordained b)

and fixtures; to hold, boy, sell or a Board of five directors a president 1, B. W. H.lfeDltoIl.U" Oak, Fieri- the Oak, Florida Counen of
lease and otherwise engage In and vice-president secretary, & shares. Section I.-That: SectIon *III.

in real ,estate; to buy and sell and treasurer and a gen-eral man leta. Lee Humphreys. LIe Oak, Flor of Ordinance 11:0. 61 of the One Clt (1)

otherwise deal in all kinds of personal ager. Provided that the offices ida. 2S shares, Live Oak Florida being y of For Sat H y ,"

property and chattels: to engage of secretary and treasurer maybe F. E. omuoli. Live Oak. Flori Thai

In a general wholesale and recall ailed by one and the sane person; da. S shares. ,The City .-......

: mercantile business to buy and and provided that the number of Walter J. Brysca Uve Oak. Flor. bu B8ed 1* LIVE oAiC fJ.. :.t;,
"omgs to be "'
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&' ; e Wild Animals t t ,f! '' i Grand ,$300,000.00 Street, Parade
and costly
' : 00. rare obi 3 Miles of Gold Bedecked Wagons and Cha- -
"';''..;. :f. l nots, Prancing Horses, Dens of Rare and -

;Double Herd of Elephants _\ Costly Wild, Animals, and incuding the ;
/fpHIS10 run a season's newest novelty quarter of a
Performing Pachyderms, Presenting =
us; EUxROFit million dollar reproduction of the
Program Comique of Perfection our m
a 4..p4t urns Battleships Navy.
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f Realistic production 0- The Grand Musical Ballet
JTTLE OF WOUNDED KNEEFiProdueing Prof.. Nygard's School of Wonderfully Trained 500 Men, Women, and Children in the Cast

f' Scouts 500 and Indians Soldiers, Cowboys, Menage Horses{ 2 in number Chief White Thunder's Band of'Indians \.

K, ? t. 50 Bucks'Squaws and Papooses .
Zouaves v
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The Celebrated
Banda Rosa
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"eyCapt.'" Winston Wonderful Educated 300 Daring Gymnasts, Nimble Acrobats and Talented AerialistsThe of 50 soloists, under direction of Antonia OH-
veto,give one h ur's musical program
.':, V. SEALS Pick of All Arenic Celebrities before each performance' _"
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... .The Lucuzon Sisters ;._ I ', Z"- --' f7f '. "'- LtiI",.., 4 \ -I" :' l n Two Shows Daily, Rain or I
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o.i crful Aerial iron jaw act C. j -I. ""'> ]'\ .I.,.. s,.. \1"'>"! ;; 'tf U4YyJ I ShineExcursion 4
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Winnie Van, ... "" Y1-" ''."....'" 1 '- IIU spectacle, and the big acts, must be .."I:

I Spectacular'double riding act V". \\1 ;; ID> ? "' "?7J ;! 1. :'- present not later than 7:30 p. m. I
I c- ,I The horses, and
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..C.: ,E. HUMPHREYS, I HIGHLAND CROFTERS. On October First, i :1 j

Row They Llvt-d la the Middle of the
I La.t Century.In We will handle Apples direct from-New York, : f
ITRACTOR: AND BUILDER. the mlildle of the last century
from the and if prices, and J'I
the crofters iu the west highlands! Bananas direct importers, :

;j flahsand:; Specifications Furnished on Application. It.seldom They saw erected money for and themselves never needed huts grade of goods are what you want, we have them. :1 I 4

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mostly built of turf floored with clay
.:_t If l assume full charge of buildings, turn it over to and few roofed cattle with goats heather.and sheep They, which kepta We just received four cars of No. 1 New 'imothy. I A

grazed at will on the open hillside barrels of the Famous Snow \! i
': ,cOmplete every respect, before a cent of, moneyme. and provided them with milk acJ Hay and have on road

:: I I wool. They lived a truly simple life Flake Flour made i in Nebraska, the home of W. J. Bryan. y: I.

'end their! ned were few. They grew .\. ;.
roLl for their own food and potatoes;
which forced their other chef article! in 30-lb pails ::1,11
.-... OFFICE AT .FLORIDA NOVELTY WORKS, of dtot Tea was an unknown tax- Competition Candy ,
::>NE' LIVE OAK FLORIDA. : ury. It was by no means uncommon Panatellas, Anita Ferdandez and Resago Cigars II
to CnJ persons who had never tastedIt.
: Honest :Money Tobacco -1
\Yhi-aten tread had never beenI
I I ea In those parts. Their clothes Virginia Hard picked Peanuts I 1
I! were made from the fleeces of their GumCommission .: ioI
J 'RAGON HOTEL ,' own sheep pun and woven by the I Taffy Tolu, the original Chewing $ i

: good>> wives during the long winter I ,; t.
; I night and dyed from the simple dyes
I made from tie lichens which grew on

; AMERICAN PLAN. I:I the stems ron of trees the neighborhood.or on the bowldersof The I I i Live Oak Brokerage & Co. ;

.AQksONVILLE, FLORIDA ; whisky tLe.r drank came front secret i
y ,. stills on the hillsiJe and had never
,,- paid excise. The nearest parish I I Wholesale Grocers, Grain and Hay
2.50_ and Upward. Rooms and Private Bath, churth was often many miles away. I,
f' $3.00 and [Up. No schxil was there for the children. ,.Warehouse at old A. C. L. Freight depot. Phone 20. 1
few of indeed could reador
Very them I
...#......- write. Still fewer had ever beard .

fCtisiie and Service Unsurpassed in the South. '* word needs of English however spoken., were Their not spiritual j i The Season of 2OO

l ctelt. for they received constant neg'l''OYSTERSNOW
J 0'ISIEAL, PROPRIETOR. its from the "men" as! they were called I'''I
> who had constitutes themselves the OPENApalachicola Men Wanted -
spiritual guides of their nelgbborhOOltBlack"OOt1's

Magazine. to chop railroad wood

DOES HU Personal .'p .r..t-e.
? Mamma-1'm afraid that young Wilder Oysters 80c per cord
YOVF3ABY will not make you a good husband.
Clara Clara- Why not mamma? Cedar Key Oysters Plenty of wood
I Mamma:: -Because It seems to me that
I. Now at the
I F J GL.ira.tbfi Least a. he rather neglects hU personal ap Paid off every week s
I pea ranee. Clara-Yes that's true, Four Fish and Oyster Stand
k undp rV'eck : mamma, add I'm glad you mentioned
It. 111 that hi makes his personal
,; It I
Ttls Is the proper assn. Apply to
1A it doesn't. the fault lies with appearance here every evening after
\ the stoaaaclu this Instead of only twice a week.
Orders Fill for Ladies
,' DR.Z2cG C'S BABY ELIXIR Conner Brysonat
1 csa.ru I.mn babt.u fat end sick. Free delivery to residencesR.
babies weU. It puts the.+x>ui.acis la.Dtoaele. Court house.
/t\ end bo\ eUln such pcr ")1aw, what Is a reprobater Mathis & Co.
feet state ct health that e.llt "
into courtstucenUCures "Ask your father Johnny. Live Oak, Fla.
eats goes
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.c diarrhoea ruitir.cr Now why should a man become Inrense. "Big 4" Manager,NOT.1&

complaint disorders.our Arising.tomach from aiJaU .. over a harmless little episodelike _.. .
ttettinc. mod winter and this?-Ixuisvllle Courier-Journal.!
summer. Fic&sa&t to take.. Every Description of Job Work 4
Guaranteed to contain no opium or poisons.achVAt .
women with melt stew.t Amiability.Eo
lendlj for deltcsto
_- th yourdruagist'.2So&Sao a boc.D *-I>td he hurt himself when befell can be done by ,
downstairs? Fog-I think nut
,*.,? He died without making a sound Company.
Live Oak, Publishing
OAK DRUG COMPANY. i Ilarper'i \\eeJ7.v .

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and, leave. him'something,. ti; ;= E, ,{
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'first .but If: the siteatloajls P l'eIIIDI
.rg proportion' grasp itto the.e l.- lhtte; ;

: MANKRUPTCXstor ng French looked, around. .JaIa ':
and t mgnt; lrilie1' -. '
e jaw thee v9rible.-.1t1 & 3hings. ==

By C B. ,Lewia of t .. All he need do was to leave s ant7gtie

,- 'a lighted candle among the litter !Older ofI Phiziies

Coppright1. Otl. V Ruby Douglas the stairway' when he went ,home thrill tbro li -

I night.. By midnigntoran how later 1 s ion; peal,h
the whole building would be'ln flames:'I black wsvyItsjrt -

After the death of her farmer bus- wlthMJO possibility of anything being | and strong;i -
band the widow Alien waved Into the saved. The widow Allen alone might I i brows a pa!r of -

vIllage of F rgns. 'Her husband had suspect nun, but she would have no j glowed and "- J'lf
: ets like two black" .1
left her a surg.property and a goodly proofs. i
The merchant debated the Idea with led nose. w tlt '' -
sum of life J 1 nr.1Ill1\and at fifty years ;;-
himself for two weeks before he adopt above anlu cneretle
she became a money lender ( ed it In fee store he gave no sign its lines, with P'.ooFCI

She hs-l.ua friends as a _girl, she had'I] that he was troubled, but the book ners, sceb as

ll teas a, wife and aa 'a' widow and a keeper was not deceived. She knew mouth of thesometimes fe

I t"I capitalist people did not speak la her what the profits were, and she knew seei2t....,

1; favor. fhe drove hard bargains and who had a clutch on him. She even tie, very slender lying t -

bad no pity. If ter capital or Interest Interpreted the glances he'cast around fra elastic 6tr gt;=s]

,: was not forthcoming the day and the store and when she saw him adding : fine tapering f.-rS. &&. lot

date she invoked the aid of the law to the litter In the closet she could the wholeholdai tpparttox:

i and accepted no excuses. She had always have told him his purpose. a tsneztitr3 Pi a -
"One windy rainy night when there Intense '
| been a woman of stingy disposition Spe Cf;= #
was excuse for shutting up' early and HcClure's. O
what she deemed \4
| sire to avenge a a
f when remained between
only thirty days
jJ | slight, and ,w e:1 she came to know the Odd FelTot Jwncai
French and business ruin ,he s to
i JkJ3rk.
general opinion of the villagers she
made a pretext to be the last one out
ground her teeth together and made up and the candle was placed and lighted. are requested to j -
her the Odd :Fellows will.
mind to get even.
The young merchant went to his boarding
; The village of Fergus boasted of onlytfuve house and to his room and all he Thursday night to itt .

: I general stores. That was mare bad to do was wait I All parties interest,w dr
i than was 'eded to supply the wants those
i The wind rose and the rain fell more having :apPiicatioxst
iof the people. There would not have heavily, and he was rejoiced at the M upon are requested.vf*" hett
been a fourth bad-not one of the merchants t
thought that novae of the villagers t large attendance fe < | had a business transaction with would be on the street In such a storm. lug a delegation "'
I I'Boy's the widow Allea and been obliged togo from.3: :
? Between midnight and 1 o'clock the .
to law over it. She was beaten in flames would start When the alarm lodge. 3 s.
tta suit, and to she
: get even planned was given people could only turn out
-- ta start another store. Not being an and look on-with folded arms. French J A Young Mother ate a* ,..dil"i

educated woman and afraid ta try the went, to bed at the usual hour. Ii "My mother has andde r S Sic
I Idea by herself, she lent a sum of S .
money '
left nothing to chance. He lay there
r'C fe Suits$3.00 to $7.50 to young George French, who had for hour after hour thinking, scheming and I made youngat 70. "Twastfl ttttglei

& several years been a clerk in the store planning. It was close upon midnight intense suffering from dam'entirely

f"- THERE ARE NONE BETTER 1 cf the merchant she wlsie.1: particularlyto when his other self came to the rescue! disabled her,ntitIi --_- sic
miu. He was LonnJ hard and *
The two personalities debated and argued ago, when she began taiisg&
ftBoy's The widow wanted but shdidn't o1"w1
revenge e
and fought. The one self contended Bitters, which have I,. propr<\o to bse any.money over and the bther protested.
r It. She was near fifty years old and her and restored the >sire ,
School After a quarter of an hour the
Shoes---A merchant
; Webster 1 the new merchant not y't twentysix.t arose and hurriedly began to activity she bad in the prime v Vh!
l1i:1 j. b'.'. she let it be. known
that when a writes Mrs. W. L.
K31i ,
He was pale faced and trem- .fsrest
Dictionary Free with took between
every pair I marriage place them the ,bUng and frightened. He felt himselfa Danforth, Me. Create _.
:, na name of "Geor e French & Comight ."
... ... shortened to .'Geol' e French" criminal and branded before the medicine on tie globe.Seii( .
\\i Thre was a rush of customers to the world. Bankruptcy might come, he i Liver and Kidneys rigDf,Isrffei -

i I near store. To : keep expenses down might be forced to most menial employment blood, and cures MalarU,;]- _

and m:\ke an tanovatiou young French the widow Allen might triumph and Weakness. Wpnd fnt
and he might lose the be.
one had
Our Men's employed a plrl bookkeeper' and anotLer learned Tonic Price 50c. Gnarr,>:ie >t e
to love, but he would save the
?url us clerk. store. Barclay & Groover Drag Stan ,R '

As the widow insisted on his board ___ c _, .
The wind was blowing a gale and
Ready Suits |
in? with her so that they could talk
rain coming in sheets when he
business: and he Ix under her watch The !
stepped from the door and ran throughthe PublisWJ
she did not become
jealous for
a time
mud and storm to the store. Not "
I were up on special The day carne however, when she '
aa-: even a dog In
was sight.
As he ran he
i order in the latest housed that he must rid of tle
styles get lxth prayed 'that he might not be too late. Cla imsSuthit :!
1w I from samples of goods girls and replaeejlwin with men. I With shaking hands be inserted the key
li He refused to heed her ia this, tai ntIn the door and t
pushed it There
I by us. In; out the .savinjr and other good re 1was no smell 'of smoke. open.Striking UNITED STATES Couarcrft,. *j Ii'

sois. One of the reasons that be did match, he made his way to. the closet The Publishers of webIt r'*-lataif*i sts
not give; was that he admired Di loaary allege that It"is,lafsttfepf,
the The
candle had been blown
out hours ta1at3:
Y fatherk-ss girl, Jennie Warder, the ago. It had not burned half an inch. meta, lv ply: R
i bookkeeper, who the purpose of adapting 1$to mot tea
was supporting a widowed With a new fear at his heart the man and severer requiremeuttcIafiKasfis* list
mother by her efforts, and to turned away and lighted a lamp and tion" ,
whom he had lw We are of the opinion tisitti M*
<;a attracted from the leaned on the
counter to think.. He most clearly and aocuzatelr 1tisIfS""
? { For fit and Cast day. His; admiration must have beard the rustle of garments and light work that has been ICCO t JIlt tJ-
I. appearance, we | been patent to her in result that has been reacheatho
a hundred ways, footsteps, and Miss Warder came but as It now stands, &
compare them with aid yet he had spoken no word. The of the darkness and stood before him edited in every detail,bas been wra_..!. *
every part and to admira.b17 sdtF --
4- I new store was.aa'esperlment; If it wasa and said: the larger and severer Gt

any Suit bought success he ini;,;ht avow himself. I "Mr. French, I-blew the candle out generation which demands ,lei
I tsk philological knowledge thanaj
Ii failure he would have no right to along, long time ago.:' '. that the world has ever contained.' '..;
I anywhere her iu share his: tot "You-you found and blew it ooU"he" It is perhaps needles to Iddtll3ht :
to the ia 1 ral-i
dictionary our :
1L. vidow Alien concealed her cha- gasped. the highest authority in i V .........
Krla aa.l dd not press her point The "Yes and I have been waiting for tioni and that in the futmum11it.
will 80uneofconatan' _
your:-,- luerchunt was hustling and mat yon to come." the CJUILE3 ctto': .OW

:s- ,. .. lag Uiiii;s gloomy for her victim. At "I was going to burn the store for tAWiP5C1JOBJi > tTAa

I the projier tIme he would offer an alt erthe Insurance," he said, after a long D.BTAJI'rof1. ,
native. silence. (.1U.iL I.,> -

t Nine mouths of li'Feral "Yes." f'EEST g' ,
advertising, shoos rafe+s to <
.For quality and genuine 10prt't.: w and attention to business on "To pay the notes due that woman INTERNATIONAL DICTtO ;

the part of the new storekeeper In thirty days and save myself from

j: values, brought ankraptcy to two of the other bankruptcy." THE GRAND PRIZE [ f

r. __A__M nler is its. but they brought no atpros's ch "I know." (the highest award)was|ivef to te-i<
MICHAELS-STERN WE GUARANTEE THEM. to Freach as be hid hoped tor. "But I couldn't do It. I thought I tional at the World's Jta. t IAtta -

FINE CLOTHING IIe'had hound himself to sell at certain ,could-I meant -but I came here to GETTHEUTESTii-=

::,. ......1"1'.. '' prices aud he dared not depart from blow out the candle and save the store. ,

them. lIe h d bound I.am a ruined l.jlp
: himself to repay man, but I am not a Touvmi6interatedt our
a certain criminal except in t!. 1G
amount of the.capital Inv intent. < eat"I --
''SII r ed at tie end of the first twelvemonth knew you would come," said the .&C. MERRIAM t O,
*, and Ii;ire as ho would he girl with tears in her"olee.. "It Is .-: .

&aU rL 'R IIJI cond Dot pee 11:.< way 'clear to do so. face hard to face ruin, but It Is harder to SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHERS, MA8& ey ;

.! The widow was waiting for him to conscience. Yesterday a lawyer _

speak, anl then she laughed aaj hintedat came to see mother. He told here

Men's Outfitters, matrimony.Yhen her hints were was one of the heirs to a large es AllAN11CCOASU11tIto1TTRIP
turned aside she said quietly: tate He brought papers for her to

LIVE OAK, FLA. "At the end of the year you must pay $20,000.sign, and" within a month she wtUhae

me as .1'n cl. It uot the law will put I 4EX6UrsiOn
me ia possession 1I.I11110U will be out of "Welir queried French, as he wiped
t employment." his brow and looked around the store. Rat J:

---,.- "But rom are lot pressed for mot ey "I-thought-thought"-"You
You cju give me time" he protested. want to give me notice and ;t-
"I have worked like 'a slave ta make leave your place at the end of the FROM JM soIvILLLX17.65atempTenor:
: 0J. 0Y.
: week.
the store; a success. I pnt In a thousand will go of course, but I 0I".te
dollars of my own money. You hope you will remember that I came n
back to ober 15, 16, 11.
save the
would store. I
not drive me into bankruptcyy wanted the 0
"If we are not married ou the Insurance money, but my conscience October I1..BXW :
iillRYlBread day 1i.
: SUANNEE jour notes are due I shall demand wouldn't. let me be a criminal ember 30.
it my '1 0 I t
thought Ark.
money. If you go luto bankruptcy I that If you wanted to take 38.40-Hot Springs, -
; In a partner" dJ1L> : .
shall in the
iniy stock and put someone daily; limit
else ia your place" "But"bere can 1 find one?' p1 1D

j Cake Pies Etc. Her &caratioa lost her her boarder -If you-you wanted to take in a $10.35-Atlanta. Ga., 011 '
I partner and %1. ; : ,
but when he walked out of the house pay up the notes and be ober 19, 20, :(

he kaeT that he was ruined in business. clear of that woman mother would leaving Atlanta 0* -''5:

Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a .He euulJ not pay her the half give He me the money; and" Extension to rOfemllet ;.

of what Le owed her, and a call at the saw her to her home through the 011'
I Specialty. At the old Racket Store, in front of lawyer's brought him no comfort. She storm realize and that darkness the and be did not $10,85-\tlanta ober 12,, 11; nml! ,
had spoken of marriage but he turned wind blew or the rain ,;

the.Court House. Clegg and Knowles, Props. away ia disgust at the thought She lIe fell realized or that he had to pick his steps 23.Excursion. poiJt.f. :;

bid said she would ruin him, and she only that he held her hand rates to other :
and that he '.
was a woman to keep,her'word. other self. been saved from his Limits, schedules, Pam ;

J There Is always a way out fortterchant the French" but ms sign' reads "George commodations and all d :;j
who finds there is a silent partner otW JeI',
bankruptcy staring and
with him and formation to above '
.him In the face, and few take. it behind him .and dally appllc.;! Bl'
adding to his cheerfully given on
-- -- .. who cannot excuse themselves to their happiness. <

own. consciences., The merchant went i In person or by mall,,to

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