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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ROCKEFELLER GIVES 10000. Hon. W. R. Dorman; One of COTTOX GROWERS MEET., 'I

r- ty GOOD XUMJS the Representatives of this MORE PARTICULARS OF THE_
Standard Oil King Shows "Enlarge-- Hon. F. G. Schell State Secretory, EAST COAST HURRICANE

DANCE ment" of the Heart. County Opposes Constitutional '-; Delivers Excellent Address.

-t* New York Oct. 20-On June 10th AmendmentLive The Suwannee County Cotton
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last John D. Rockefeller promised Growers' Association is in session at -

SPREAD $40,000 to the Judson Memorial the courthouse today and this morn- MIAMI IS HEAVY SUFFERER -

; Church In Washington Square on Oak Fla.., Oct. 18.-Editor ing transacted considerable businessof

condition that the congregation Democrat: During the last primary a general nature. Among other

;: raised $55,000 more, the combinedsums election campaign in this county, in Steer
things a resolution was passed to the Awful Fate of St. :,L de'
Secretart of Baptist being for the extinguishing of which I was honored the third timeas ,
effect that the cotton warehousebe Loaded With Men for Railroad --
"of.Jfljsfiions In AtAssociation the church debt. The offer was valid one of your: nominees to the Houseof built at once so that part of this

.item until today,.when Rev. Dr Judson\ Representatives, I expressed my- season's crop may be handled Extension

that the setf as being opposed to the drainage
announced
the pastor, through the war !house. ,
,",< ,'-:t, $55,000 had been collected mostly scheme as I saw the situation at that At two o'clock Hon. F. G. Schell, l,

,_ ebig', day of the among the rich Baptists in New time, and I" now ask space in your of Lake Butler, Secretary of the Miami Fla.. Oct. 19.The most

jaSofl. ;;.Which is in ses- York, the congregation of the church paper to say to my friends and the State Cotton Growers' Association, terrible t feature of the destructivehurricane

r ,j- ttfu_Many- more delekI having few wealthy people in its public generally that I am still op- addressed the growers of Suwannee here was the loss of the.

'i following adJourn- number. posed to the measure as set forth in county, and his address was full of steamer S. Lucie, Capt. Bravo, of the

: alday long the proposed amendment to the con- advice to the
good and
.j.'ind First School for New Spelling., growers, Florida East Coast Extension fleet, -
the First stitution of the State.A those who heard him much
I>thronged Oct. 19. A simplified were
New York -
'land which sailed from here for
of the Key Largo
proposed
large acreage pleased'with
participated infthi'Assoclatlon. the address.
_t fand, spelling school, the_ first of its kind
to be drained is now in litiga- with a large number of workingmenfor
was opened here this afternoon in the
-;morning session wasroutine assembly hall of the West Side Y. M. tion. Several years ago the Legislature railroad Mrs. A. Lee Humphreys and little the extension on board

work and one street. granted the land to certain daughter' have returned from their The St. Lucie was caught in the '
C. A., West Fifty-seventh
irts
Mis- through various sections of the State, the driven ashore number of the
Riband Foreign all men wfio wish to learn the systemof greatly improved by trip. Their large

bath: fend about t en spelling employed by the President and the trustees of the Internal Im- many friends 'are delighted to have men on board losing their lives and ''s

Tatter:a:few suggestions and authorized by the United States provement Fund have not conveyedthe them at home again, but the best nearly all the others being severely

_._... of O'Brien, both Civil Service Commission. The schoolis said land in accordance with satisfied individual over their returnis wounded by the awful pounding of

"- -Jdseussed} ,under the in charge of Warren C. Reed, of Legislative action. Hence, it is now Co A. Lee;. he says that house wind and sea. '

e Dr. L. D. a question for the courts to deter- just hasn't been habitable'since
by they
of
I missions
of the High
',,.,' the English faculty been Twenty-eight Dead.
rof,the Baptist State School of Commerce. j (Continued on page eight.) have away.

f :.! onL He made a This evening one of the extension

*topeech, which w>> steamers arrived in port bringing

-" by'- "ui ee enthusiastic throughout and ap- A LETTER FROM THE STATE CAPITALMay sixty hospital.wounded who were taken to the :4.

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the Doct r's.speech, It is said there are twenty-eight p

,rjrefound! and instructive dead bodies which will be brought .up 4

,Bef. T. J. Euans, Toot tomorrow. ;

'tiie-- 1d of Mr. Euans' Roberts Gamble-A Florida Pioneer-Work of Railroad, Commission t

'It vas philosophic and Drive Through the City.Yesterday .
yet of Interest .
and Other Items %
grasp
of,every honest litt-
evening tne rresponderft _
. 'n eloquent, and yet so '; < .
t of the Times-Union, took drive
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1 plain that there was noRa (Miss Jefferson Bell.) lahassee itself was briefer than the of age at this time. The family came over ,a great portion of the city In

meaning. it was intense- duration of one man's life. to Florida by private conveyance
every'direction the work of devastation
Tallahassee Oct. 18.-There were
-
_ A ting end greatly,appreciat-, before the Railroad Nearly ninety-three years ago from Richmond ,on Christmas eve, was seen. Houses were blown'

large audience. Commission two hearings Wednesday, one of the Robert Gamble was born |(n Richmond 1827, camping that night between the from their foundations and here and .

is"a' most excellent din- Va. Nearly seventy-nine years St. Augustine branch and the small
there building completely demolished. -
+ matter of the complaint of J., V. a
i ground and everyone ago Robert Gamble, a lad of four- stream a hundred yards east of it
of Houston, against the Sea- Among the severest wrecks, wasa
Brown
-, '>enjoy.. ", themselves during board Air Line for refusal to furnishcars teen, first came to Tallahassee. The on the St. Augustine road. He founda. new residence being built by T. N.

; hoar.In; the afternoon present city Tallahassee did not small, village.'with one street, now
,
.. and the other relative to the Gautier, Sr., which is a complete
:on, the Orphans' Home then exist. It is believed that nota Monroe, extending ,from the old wreck. The home of Mrs. Brassier, _
: of the people of Vereen to
discussion which was petition house now standing in this city capitol to the present site of the Leon blown from its foundation' and '-
'o>"" the Seaboard to build a de- was
j following,which was a require had then beenerected. Since Major Hotel. Huge stumps occupied the is considered a complete wreck. aIn
at Vereen its St. Marks
itoa,for the little ones at pot on Gamble came here as a boy to make middle of the street while on either Colored Town the damage in
Hon. S. J. Hilburn,
branch. Thursday
0"tit: ..waS: given as information Hon. Howell Davis and Mr. Geo. B. his residence, men and women have side were a few one-story wooden many cases is not great, as a larger Ag

'rime now had forty-two the been born, have grown up and fought stores, from which the settlers obtained portion of the houses are small and '
before
.. bl'It[;,and that the running Selden appeared life's battles, have grown .old and their supplies. The Major grewto the force of wind simply removed

1lmore than $250* Commission representing the people have died. During this period, prac- manhood and started life in Leon them from their foundations; but

:Spalding' ,' of the Ladies' l of Palatka. who are making a stren- tically the whole of Florida's history county as a cotton planter; but as there are scores of these cheap houses f

-r-Union. ;>was given the audiat:2T30 uous effort to get a new passenger has been made and recorded. Social that product was very cheap, selling that will have to be repaired before 4 1
The Atlantic Coast Line was
""- ::e and_ consumed the depot. institutions have developed and I sometimes as low as 3l/( cents per they are habitable. ,; ,
H. A. Ford at
represented by Mr. I
; tofour o'clock, discussing changed and passed away. Yet Ma- pound he gave that up and moved I

--work", hearing reports the hearing. The Commission also, jor Gamble never seemed an age- to_Jefferson county, establishing: I On the South Side. ;

*'different, unions, etc. on that date, heard the petitions of worn man. His whole life, comparedwith tobacco farm and cigar factory. This. .q 3
I of the Miami
On the south side
facilities
Brooksville for -
) improved depot
:nta, good congregation I the average allotment of man I I ran along smoothly for a few years river the principal damage is the up-
de-
.:&.A. Geiger, of Lake I ; Leesburg for new passenger seems wonderful indeed both in long enough for his brand of cigarsto
Minneola rooting of a ,large number of giant
Bostwick and depots.
i:la a, most excellent ser- pot; point of duration and of incident. make a reputation in the New York shade -' It
oaks and other :
live native
for
Taylorville and Lowell agents,
Jesus Christ markets after which he learn-
; the Universal Major Gamble was a remarkable years
of Bobo Dean
trees. In the yard ,
where the citizens want '
and Rochelle
Empire Builder and character. He was at once one of ed that a fine cigar In California and six
the depot moved to a more conven- editor of. the Miami Metropolis,
"o Iteras the first time Mr. the most polished gentlemen original (other distant parts were'branded as oaks had been left In +
of these large
ient location. In all these matters
of lot.
the clearing the Everyone
reserved.In .
to be hoped that it is not the decisions were lived in Florida and he has left up- I[cellence. was leveled with the ground. These ,

,,;:.,From the'first word unto I' on the society and the institutions of After a time the ravages of small that have been destroyed have _
one the Supreme Court one opinion trees #
he held the attention of ''his old home an impress both enno- species of insect caused a great loss withstood the storms of centuries.In .
was rendered, it being in the matterof
*' and many were the ex- bling and lasting. His life began when In this tobacco industry, and, know- Riverside a large new home that r
Reed vs. the Southern Develop- }
;of.:appreciation heard on ment Company, appealed from the 1 I the last century was yet young, and ing no better way to get rid, of this had just been completed was blown

--['After'the i' benediction was I throughout Its unusual length he destructive little enemy, Major from its underpinning; but it is }
Circuit Court of Duval County. The
}If" Geiger may preach was both friend and associate of the Gamble set fire to his factory and thought that the building is not dam-
,*PtIst opinion was prepared by Mr. Justice ,
church at one of thettan1orrow. leading citizens and public personages went further south in search of to extent. Otherwise this ,,
aged
Parkhill and affirmed the decision of any
This'Informa- I who builded his adopted State intoa another'field for investment. Reach- suburb escaped without injury.
t t the lower court.
.', ;authentic, but we heard great American commonwealth.He ing the wilds of Manatee county in
Hon. J. C. and Judge W.
ha Cooper
[ night Full announce- had been a friend of all Florida's 1842 and believing in its future This sent by schoonerto
Navy. was
'LbeL B. Owen for appellants, and Hon. A.
made in another governors and prominent officials. He and in the possibilities of its rich New Orleans and New
_of. G. King and Col. A. W.-Cockrell for Mobile
-'t. thIs 'Issue of the Demo- appellees, presented oral argumentsin had been a notable figure in the hammock lands he determined to York, and brought satisfactory prices. ;

fcikL' '* charming social life of the Old South establish a sugar plantation and factory In 1858 :Major Gamble disposed of
'the Court Thursday in
| ?fei tlon was called to order Supreme {and he had adapted himself to the I on the north side of Manatee Manatee to a
his county property
the of the Wyly-Gabbett Company -
>., E,s7 19 o'clock by the case new conditions and was an ornamentto river. ii
Louisiana plantersfor
of
against H. A. Williams et al, I company sugar
< .R
_ 1) the business- of the ses- a case appealed from the circuit courtof life of the present generation. .can best be understood when it is closely after and the slaves were

iaLen'- npt reports read and Levy county. I I Robert Gamble was the eldest son =:known what a real ,wilderness that freed and. in the unsettled conditionof i

,!ntiE Ua-m.... when Rev. of John Grattan Gamble, of Rich- I section then was. The families living the country, the business was
Attorney-General W. H. Ellis, Mrs.
preached one of the !tnond, Va., and of Nancy Peyton, in the county at that time might abandoned, the Major returned to
} Ellis, Dr. and Mrs. Phillips, Qulncy I
.' interesting-sermons of youngest daughter of Governor have been counted on one's fingers, Middle Florida where he spent the
and Dr. DeHart, of Tampa, left Tal-
_ ,-. ,14' < Christopher Greenup, of Kentucky.He and there was no regular communication remaining years of his long life-a
lahassee Saturday for Sew Orleansto
.:'\5 Is pastor at. Perry, was born In the old family resi- with the outside world except by I comfort to his friend and an orna-
attend the Grand Lodge of Knightsof
,.*as known to many of dence on Gamble Hill Richmond, on schooner from St. Mark once for six ment to society.
:he Pythias. Mr. Ellis and Dr. De- e=
_ had never preached December I 18. 1813. His father and weeks. There was no communication Major Gamble married the daughter -
Hart went as Supreme 'Representa- t
t1emade, many friends uncle, who were partners, were large with Tampa by land or water- of Judge Thomas Randall and
I tives from Florida. They will be
ahd,our people shall al&id importing merchants, owning their not so much as a cow trail throughthe Laura Wirt his wife. She was the .
_. absent until next week. i
_'to have him in their town ships and were ruined financially woods. There Major Gamble pur- mother of three children, Laura

|- a:fine preacher'!! a .. by President Jefferson's policy of chased thirty-five hundred acres of Voorhees Katherine Elizabeth and

-\Be: was the guest of. Major' Robert Gamble-A Florida |embargo enforced against the British land., and with one hundred and Robert Gamble who died at birth. '

T-kldley whlle here but ? Pioneer.Tallahasseeans !fin the war of 1812. ten slaves and'a few expert workmen He was an elder in the Presbyterian -

-.',',;'fternoon''i; for his, homer ,have long accustomed This reverse of fortune was event- who had strayed into that section church of Tallahassee for fifty years

';:.: ft':,' themselves to, regard this as one ually the cause of the removal of the he began clearing land and the manu- and a Mason for nearly as long a

Ff$:!z' rzz. of the oldest settled sections of the ,family to Florida in 1827, where both facture of brick gar the erection of time He ,died October 10, 1906, in '

.spiel came. down from State, and so. it Is. yet there occurredin brothers, became large cotton planterson a residence and sugar miils. Sugarwas being strong '
> his ninety-third year
atLee, this morning to this city last week an event whichbrought their respective estates of Weel- made in large'quantities,-to use

."t and ,Sunday with ; *io men's, minds' realization aunee and Waukeenah. the'Major's own,language "enough and active up to the time of his last : fi'x'ilIaess. '

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_ Q' gnd ;children..f of 'the fact that the history of Tall Robert Gamble was fourteen years molasses to float the United. States _
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October j An Ordinance amending' Section to.,

One (1) of, Ordinance K?. 51 of .the DuviSo
Grand Opening Monday .22. j City of Lire Oak. Florida,. being an'1 ti
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Ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance knovthenee
a establish a fire limit In the City of

: largest and f Best Stock of ladies' 'Read o-Wear Goods Ever Shown in State of Florida : LIvE manner Oak.of Florida building, ,to and prescribe the mater-. the j and Conan pew-

Ial used building to be constructed Seet1e

;: Smart ,Suits in all Latest Styles and Fabrics fresh from Broadway. therein, and fixing penalties .for the parts sf

: violation thereof," approved August Se&1"go "

17, 1906.
tit.P Plaid' Be it ordained by the Mayor and )tit6passage .riprovai
; I Tourist' CoatS Newest effects in' by
Manish effects
IP*' the City Council of ,the City of Live I b.
Oak. Florida:

Ladies'' and Misses' '- Waists -_. Section 1. That Section One (1) d -
k of Ordinance No 51 of the City 'of
Lire Oak, Florida, being an ordinance Attest: s
I Skirts $2.00 and entitled "An Ordinance'to establisha S. "
up Smart Belts Stocks and p; *YS_
j fire limit in the City of Live Oak,
ll ( Florida, to prescribe the manner of
t I' S. P.
Rain and
Automobile TiesWrappers buildings, and the material used In City of Live _
buildings to be constructed therein, ;
certify that
CoatsCravenette and fixing penalties for the violation te
thereof,"*approved August 17, 1906 OrdinuetfKUti ed by tie _
and Dressing be and the same is hereby amendedso dap of Septenr
and CovertsChildren's as to read as follows: s
same is
Section One (1). That the follow- for hereby
hisapprcrWitness
Sacques ing described parts and portions of
s School Dresses the City of Live Oak, Florida, are said City thig my ism
land declared 11th
hereby established to
k $1.00 and up. Shoes Hose and Gloves be the Fire Limits of the City of Live A. D. 1808 _
i : if Oat Florida to-wit: Iit (SeaUTftraTnf
Commencing at the intersection of
Conner Street with Suwannee Street
the 18th =
thence running South along. Suwannee 1906.. dgy pf
Street, eighty-fire (85) feet --
thence West through the home placeof L
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-' C. J. McGehee to. a point on
J Church Street, eighty-fire (85) feet -.
south o! Conner Street thence South AdrfNisej

.. .. along Church Street to Wilber Street,
thence East along Wilber Street to
l tn mill t* pourib far cnit Pine Street thence South along Pine The Great;
Street to Parshley Street, thence East
3 along Parshley Street to Ohio
in c'ttlI loan at 4 m., BPnh4U Avenue, thence North along Ohio Bromol
J Avenue, to point on the Eastern e"Note
h boundry thereof directly oppositethe
S Southern boundry of Wil the We 46HRS
\tnu1s1 3lltlramtF .' ber Street, thence East through the
,, home place of the estate of N, M.
Parshley to a point directly oppositeand
South of the Eastern boundry of =
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F: Why buy old Goods? All our Stock is NEW now located, thence North parallel LR0
with and along the Eastern boundryline O ial ,
z of said property of C. D. Black-
well to Haynes Street, thence West 111 Dn (*
THE LADIES' EMPORIUML. I along Haynes Street to Hamilton St., &
.i thence North along Hamilton Street For-S 4 By} ii
I to Duval Street thence West along The Ci
Duval Street to a point one'hundred
S. Harvard, Proprietor. Live Oak, Fla. i (100) feet west of Ohio Are., thence / _LIVE OWC,BJL
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Stupsnduous Realistic reduction The Grand Musical && J

BATTLE OF WOUNDED KNEE Prof. Nygard's School of Wonderfully Trained 500 Men, Women, and Children m the .

Producing 500 Indians, Cowboys,
Scouts and Soldiers Menage Horses-12 in number Chief White Thunder's Band cj:lam:

50 Bucks Squaws anAPapo ;
3' The Leavenworth Zouaves 20 MALE AND FAMALE RIDERS 20

The Celebrated Banda RoS s :',

Sec Winston's Wonderful 300 Daring Gymnasts Nimble Acrobats fi
Capt. Educated and Talented AerialistsThe of 50 soloists, under direction of AntorJa

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nearly half of the Lots had been ;. r; 2-- ';- .' !

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leading business and professional men t'.. ?-'.4''''. \. .' : :=;1.' ,l :
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of Live Oak bought lots, some of them :J: ,}".:: ft ; ;

e '; whole blocks. Many intend to build.t:' =T ..; '.'.>>: j. ;

)'.:: Homeseekers and young men anxious :: :::" .:';: .;li J1

to force their to the front realizingthat f= : '
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r: :; ...,.tllMCE*-*** -" PBo' ",. tii..Jtjj" ''\'' :,discourse.!' In, pathos;_,.1 u=i11t- j I t' _
humor he-was a,master: :1.h. ;
I i In."a large and philosophical 'war
-H studied him closely were eonvln;
_: the -Tan Times, makes the ablest adD owI INc1u11fE ;
puBIJSHED EVERY. AFTEKNOONr .. pa, his !
from In
FacEr : armefJ. i contribution to the race problem discussion ,' some of the passages_ ) ;
r 'dresses. that if he had chosen lie .. .. -
P SHERWOOD, ,Editor and Mgr. i we have seen from any :could] have been a finished: 'elegantor. -wiY iR- ; -i ',''-
p source. The South is Intensely sen-
!orat He. preferred to be what .he ,
sitive on that subject just now. and Mineral Springs H t&
THE LIfE OAK POB11SHHG, CQMPABY. !was and in ,that he can no more beI' ,
only in less degree the entire country.
I 'successfully imitated than Stephen HOT AND COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED.. v -" a.
and optimism resting on clear facts GOOD TA8L* >
Entered at the post-office. Live ,:C. Foster in his seemingly simple WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BOWLING ALLEYS. Bftlr' ",
\ Oak. 'Florida, as Second Class Mall and sound reasoning finds a cordial ballads." PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLED 0, ,

r Matters November 7, 1305. welcome among people sorely distressed I ." : -- s?
over a: question so obtrusive i RATES REASONABLE 7G.F.. _::,
movement has been
Out In Texas a
'HE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be and menacing, and 'which they woUld '
i
inaugurated to bring together inharmonious
mailed to any part of the United gladly dismiss from their minds If : co-operation, while still ADDRESS PflftK tIOTEt DOWblNG r.]

States postage prepaid for $5.00 I they could. In order that our readers -
;preserving their separate organizations
j.. ; per year; $L50 for six months; may share with us the genuine :
the Farmers' Union and 'the
$1.25 f or three months or pleasure derived from reading the, I
Southern Cotton Association and the ?
} 50 cents for five weeks in advance. article in the Times we reproduce it 'I Live Oak M
I inital steps to that end have been
: Delivered to any part of the city below: : : .1g
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taken by the adoption of the following _
by carrier for 10 cents per week.I l "The Times-Union quotes froia.this s
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resolution by the Gregg local
paper a remark on the subject 2tJac.- Manufacturers_ of ,
I. The body of Mrs. Jefferson Davis ial troubles in which it anticipated I Farmers' Unionof Manor. Texas: -
l "The best' interest of the farmers Lumber ''ShinglesIce
t that\he unfit : E1e
( was laid away in Hollywood cemetery black would be gradually :
that these great
demands organizations
in Richmond. Va., today by the side polished off and disappear$"ttgh s Oft03.M
t work in' harmony and, whereas Power arid 7
of her husband and daughter, and the process might take centuries
there is a growing tendency on
t- all over the South where the thrilling' and comments: "All the present Electric
the of 'some of the leaders in Lights in any part of the city :
!t part otht
memories of the dead and gone nation generation has to do then is to be u }
Business
L are held in tender and sacred patient until the unfit black dlsap- these great movements to express or and Houses at a very reasonable rafej s"= 4 ,:t on BC
s criticisms themselves day night current for m3
which in manufacturing
are
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keeping there is real sorrow at the pears. Our esteemed contemporary $ beP'

passing of the First" Lady of the 11'11't has spoken a true word in jest. All matters of opinion and not of vital Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City order h?

k Southern Confederacy.! the present generations through all difference, and"Whereas tion, and all orders promptly filled. -Sr-
I criticisms of this charac- s .
recorded time have had to wait. The ?

1 Miami seems to have suffered considerable 1 i processes of Nature grind along with ter are calculated to engender strife '0 T

b: damage from the effects of no regard to humanity which Is not and inculcate a spirit of antagonism $ ts

__ the tropical hurricane. Details are much of a thing after all in the flee therefore be it z- .t '1 &1ld'

lacking at this writing but it is not : of the forces which made it and I I "Resolved/That we deplore, the IDLE MoN1. flap

probable that the devastation Is so which control ItT The best that we ,'tendency herein noted and express J :
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bad that can do all that do our disapprobation and instruct the .
as wrought by the storm at we can is to con .
Pensacola. We 'sincerely trust that form and co-operate as best we may, l secretary to send a copy of this Resoution : sho1yt

the pretty and prosperous little East, acting so far as we can in harmony to The Cotton Journal Atlanta.

Coast city has met with no serious with those forces To rebel against i Ga., and The National Co-operator, Money often lies||

injury or loss of Ife. them is to hinder and delay their Mi neola, Texas."

3 operations to our own hurt. The present I awaiting opportunitij 1 you

Last week's Suwannee Weekly generation is an infinitely small I Little Johnny In Trouble. Weme

Democrat was a hummer.; It contained fragment of the whole, the present i "Johnny Simpkins," said the teacher investment; but theH

twenty pages and there was day a fleeting moment. The unwis, what is it you are fidgeting with?' '/***-

no dead matter in it.'either. The advertising dom of today may embarrass ''II Johnny did not reply; but the class ) portunitieg do not( :, 'Wrte

columns were simply jammed .. race for generations may makewreck sneak was ready as usual, with in ( :=

full of live advertisements, and 'here and there and may reverse !formation. "Please teacher" te week .
,"it's a pin he's got. "Take it every month ()
the rest of the paper well up in the apparent direction of the away ,
editorial local news 'and miscellany. process of eventS-though at the I from him and bring it here," was the iSS!
)
i Suwannee county will never have a same time In due conformity with thegreat next command And, the pin was year. In the meantime tlj

better paper than the Democrat law. By a violent stretch of accordingly brought. There was no t .-.Ttjig:

Citrus the ,more trouble from Johnny until his money should be
County Chronicle.The imigination, suppose race difficulties I ) eani
in the south should reach a stageat I II turn came to read; and then instead

Democrat has received the first which the extermination of the of standing up the poor little fellow ( something; and it c@p

issue of the University News, published inferior racer would be undertaken.It ,mad no sign, except that two big )

by the students of the Universityof might physically successful anA d I I tears rolled ,down his cheeks. "Whydon't i you place it in this banB

Florida at 'Gainesville, with complete. But what would, -be the I you go on with the reading?"

Clyde Evans as editor and Sam. A. moral condition of the white sure d- cried the much-tried teacher.. "If cl THE FIRST -
n'tbehav NATIONAL B
'Sanborn associate editor. The News vors? They would have no regardfor you d :, better young man \:

fa a neatly printed six-column folio human life or property theood y I I shall have to make an example of ( LIVE OAK i.i;rya
I ) FLA.
I* well edited and, carries a g would be prepared for any violence you, "P-please' ma'am," whispered ( ., ';.

variety of miscellaneous reading mater t that would appeal to their worst passions f Johnny, "I-I can't stand up., The ) ( 4 :,: 4 r--

It speaks for the university and, they would prey on each I I pin you. -took, ke-keeps me breeches 1/ ,C.-,
: ." H. BROWN President<< .. ,C.. A ,HARDEt, f
boys and their interest from a university other perhaps to extinction and cerutainly .|I 0I ) D E. HORN Cashier. w J. .HILLMAN
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source and it deserves a good to a 'stage that would necessitate I ( ,:;; :.

patronage from the friends of the a beginning over of the slow :I '. Blood Poisoning

leading educational and painful climb results from chronic 1
institution of toxthe regaining of constipation, ,
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Florida. civilization. A little sober thought emphasizes whjph is quickly cured by Dr.'King'a '

the solution by the Times- New Life Pills They ,remove all -

Hearst has got "' the Republicans a combination of patience and intelligent ,which is Quickly cured by'Dr. king's

thoroughly 'scared in New York endeavor-of the race problem.. )
up infuse new life and vigor M
; cure sour
and they are issuing all sorts of The negro must recognize and accepta .MILLINERY
stomach, nusla, headache dizziness .... Itii
frantic appeals to the faithful to rally plane of inferiority. He must be and colic without griping dis-1'iM

to the Lelp of the trust-ridden G. educated to it, it must be made,worth !comfcrt. 25c. Guaranteed or :
by Barclay -
O. P. in its distress. Strange that a his while his acceptance, of it must & Glover Druggists. .- :

young man who has been so derided be permanent and based on his New Goods T1 1I

a 'and despised and held up to contempt knowledge of the irrevocable and inflexible JOHN I ROBINSON'S BIG SHOWS. Stylish and y t

and execration by the plutocratic law of nature. If he refuses I :-
If he rebels he ruins himself and I
awfully -
Republican press as a low demagoguewho I Special Information :
to
had no Influence but with the damages the white race. The I the P bllc. THE BON TON .

canaille should now be making great majority of the blacks at least Here October 23rd Street parade = }

such headway with the solid middle crudely understand the situation.Booker I positively between 9 and 10 a. m. /

classes through the State that even T. Washington *teaches conformity :Doors open i p. m., and 7 p. m.. Performances will,as never fore,try to show upI :

Roosevelt is alarmed and the big guns Let the white race understand : begins 2 p, In. and 8 p. m. '/! the

of Kepublicanism are all rushing to also let it take care of the black Those going at night will have to bend Prevailing Fashions this Season

the rescue. race with fairness with firmness a ,there not later than 7:30 in order i therefore the Ladies are invited i
not to see menagerie
severity with steadiness and opening spectacle .

Major George Butler, the veteran without spasms of violence and thhe and the big acts. In these latter heavy ( to call-Too early to list goods' ,

immense task wit be performed in apparatus is required and they '
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and come
accomplished newspaper man. but look
71J for future :
notices :
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that first at night that ;
formerly of the Democrat whose long lapse of time which nature theye may be no delay i
.
wide acquaintance and always requires for the accomplishment in taking down and loading. The
popularity in
the print shops of Florida give more of great things. And among j I'horses ponies and wagons taken to > 'School Bags for the ChildrenMrs.
the truths that should 'the' train and loaded at
than ordinary interest to his personality be taught is dusk are no ,

is about to make another that the much vaunted 'present gen-)1[).part of the menagerie or circus andare

eration is but as a bubble the only used in parade,'and
change of base. He is with the Inverness .on sur- are hurried
face of the stream. to the next town as "The Fling '
Chronicle now and has madeit

one of the star local weeklies of Speaking for the critical western :,Squadron. | C. W. BacheiiNlH717

the State, but the following from the element with whom the popularityof !I A. M. Mosley, of -Lancaster- .
last, issue of the Chronicle shows an
Sam Jones was hardly less marked .ex-member of .
the Suwannee 7rn"
and that the Major has made new plans than with the more emotional I:School Board is In the city.County Mr. '/F:' I' !_,
we congratulate the Crystal Southern I "
people the St. Louis Globe-
Mosley is one of the up-to-date
I farm
River News in advance that he is Democrat
soon to take a position on that sa.shOne' : :ers of Suwannee county and has ana
I' paper. of the
most famous
natural
of the
prettiest Mft
i place in his
As long as Major Butler remains section. The
American orators will be the place I He has idea Of a Cough
every stump off Syrup that
will
and
somewhere in Florida it is all right I his land the bowels.and act n
assigned to Rev. Sam II thus
Jones of Georgia and his fields assist In
I are colds
as smooth expelling from
but if he ever tries to make his as a the
system Is
escape whose
unexpected death Is. an- I table and are beautiful when new and original In Kennedy'scSSSiSS1
across the State line we shall call nounced. In originality Mr. Jones ,; with crops. A great number covered of- !?Tar. Nearly! all other cough
out the entire
to
press gang #ead has been equaled by few public {
speakers. the Suwannee those
county farmers especially containIng -
him off. The Chronicle are
says: He Opiates
may be said to have created stumping their fields Kennedy's Laxative and
now Honey
and
"As the present editor and put Tar
publisher his sphere the moves the
on platform for in ting improved bowels Contains
machinery no
Opiates.
of the Chronicle will not leasethe his case it is on their
hardly accurate to speakof farms. Mr. ;
Moslay
plant next years and it is uncertain the pulpit though he was one of the LAXATIVE .
was into first progressive farmers
who will run the paper iaj, in the coup
A
ardent
hard-working revivalist ty to set the certain' safe
"
good and
I Geo. Butler who has been with the the last day of his life. It was his I example that so aU Coughs. Colds harmless remedy for
many are now
paper for dome time will go to the custom in his remarks to break over I following with such La Grippe. Croup Whooping Cough
great benefit Bronchitis
to
Crystal River News next month after: ordinary formalities and even e ourcounty I at large. themselves and the and Bronchial affectIons.Influenza and all Lung aIlE

court adjourns. He regrets leaving children's Mothers praise the
testes but his audiences felt that tis -- favorite Kennedy's
Inverness but cannot afford to stay and Tar Laxative Honey
purpose uniquely worked out, was to L. C. Lanier one of the
on.uncertainties. He has had several reform and not to affront. prosperous
His nd successful .
farmers
of
flattering offers from other papers I I the 'RossI COUCH T
very homely expressions
were {
peculiarly burg section is in the city SYRUP
I I today.
L.
unsolicited hiapart
entirely upon forcible. He had the faculty of intensely C. gives
a good i.
report of his
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but be. pretera,to.,reluaiCitrus n. in Interesting section at the I'C
,- *. ,n an assemblagefrom and says the farmers down there '-- LaboratoJ'Y o' t c. cewirr a Co. lTD
county, the beginning are wa ciovxs BMSSOM u OS IT -
to the
end of his' all prosperous and happy. lAD THB HORSY BSX .
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: Toom at the'LaaWEnj.potlum : .
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( 1 BAISDEY. BUILDING.. oae. franf' fee_ ,
f; t acre*, eighty:
.Ihv'Frederick Pasco, editor of the 'Phone,:190. acres tamped and' fej&i S4a.te' ..
Advocate left this morning"for Dade
'"" 'I II'- of cultivation
i' -- sixty acres
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| ,MUESDAY, of;.good timber? one eight.
room.. barns and
\ dwelling aH .. E
We can't to New York ..
go but
: ARE SEEING THE SIGHTS New York has come to us"in the new I! The"A. J., Roberson. BoardingHouse necessary oatbailcllngs, tenant.
I' houses; one pair'of good '
make Store styles ,at The Ladles' Emporium 1- .on Ohio Avenue. Twclje
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mvite to ,our mules
lly.I you 1 one two-horse wagon; _
rl ; headquarters rooms, hot and cold bath cane-mill and boiler; eoosgh
your C. I'. Westmoreland, of Douglas,
I situated in the heart ,of the corn and bay to feed the moles
Ga., was In the city yesterday after '
; opportunity of the season to select your ; noon and registered'at the Ethel. town. A magnlfkient investment one year. A bargain for quick
purchaser. Terms: one-half
:: Goods, Ladies" High Class Tailored for some one. Is 'paying cash, balance one and two wrpears.
E. A. Hayman, of the firm of Hel- '12 cent '
Hats per The
Men's Clothing gross.
Rain Coats Interest 8, per .cent,
venston & Hayman, is in the city today above price includes
Examination of our stock will con- what WE SELL VACANT LOTS:
in the interest of his firm
Hundreds of hand- furniture the owner has In the
save you money. Railroad Addition; Fraitland
building. : : : : : ; : : > '
goods-are open to your inspection. Miss 'Blanche Burnett principal of Nice Sis-room Addition; Barton Addition and
Cottage,' closein
the school at Lee came down this Stephens Addition. : : : : :
with
Goods bath, that we will offer
Dress s morning to spend Sunday at home. to
some oneat
a bargain.
; : ; shades in shadow Plaid Suitings, Easy terms. Call at oar office l[Real Estate and Investments -
True and tried friends, of the
: Graintes Serges, CashneresJanama
family-DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
fabrics that we haven't time to men-1 Good pills. Sold by City Pharmacy.: t!!!!!!""I"""111111 UU.u u

: here for you to see and our salesmen will

: [ to you. We couldn't improve the goods, so B
> : we improved the store-look in and

: and Furnishings I see The Ladies' Emporium Monday.We .

for buying Fall U
good reasons your
: regret to, report that J. C. et
will be here to the Big Circus
you see Baisden is quite sick at his home In

Just as well examine our Suits for Gen- the northwestern part of, the city. T

of Men's Furnishings represent the best -j

their value is 'paramount to anything For Plaster, Cement, Fireclay

1H'Y them and know for yourself. Fire-brick and WhltePressed Brick, ; L
see Live OaK Brick & Supply Com

; : Furnishings pany. 18-6t :


the question as to where to buy Col. A. B. Small, of Lake City E

? ; Matting, Art Squares and Rugs. member of the firm of Roberson &

; you the best'in this particular line of Small attorneys, was in tha city yesterday I R -

stock is the largest in many seasons and ..

through this department you will know .
Surrency & Powers are making a
where to buy-see Mr. Henry, he will specialty of Red Band Brand Can-

dies at 15 cents per pound. Nothing B il
like It.
i1,
: DEPENDABLE goods at lowest

where low prices cease to represent W. J. Stewart of the Clayland sec- A.

at which mere cheapness in cost means ion, one of the most substantial a, 'R

point is never touched here-mod- farmers in this county was in the 4 p

$ to extremes, but never at sacrifice of city; this morning. 0 ::' 1M

represent goods of merit.
For Plaster, Cement, Fireclay, s'ra.iswap
I : TO. BE HAD FOR THE MONEY Fire-brick and WhitePressed Brick, :
; i see Live Oak Brick & Supply Company S

I i make our Store your headquarters 1$-.6tI ,tev
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STEPHENS COMPANY spend lug for several Lake City days,'.Visiting where she friends will| H AS been very busy place for the last week or ten -

days. We have sold suits and '
and relatives. I a great many
. . . . . . . ..'r
other gent's furnishings but this was not unexpectedand
Tomorrow night's service will probably
-- -- -- be the last of Dr. Scudday's we are prepared to meet an even greater demand. ;
Meals 25c, at the City Restaurantthe
only white restaurant In the series of meetings with the Live Oak We expect to sell a great many more suits and our

city. kD Methodist church. ., complete line of furnishings is always kept up to the k


' J. Mills, o( Rossburg,'Is In the Buy your groceries from Sarrency Standard..
: BRIEFLY city today looking after business. af' & Powers and get a chance I at the We sell the Michael-Sterns\ Clothing than which '.
' beautiful hand painted china. You
;: CRAT fairs. there is none better made. Quality and fit guar-
READERS may be lucky one.
., anteed. The latest styles and designs in plaids
very
-r Elder and Mrs. 0, T. Mattox left
Mrs. J. B. Newman and children '
and mixtures.
this morning for several days' visit
went down to Ft. White today where
arton AND THEY GO to Jacksonville.When; .
they will spend several days visiting S'

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relatives and friends.
you have electric troubles,
zo Suits $30.00
call up J. C. Lyle; he answers your $12.50
;*s; of Life Oak and Suwannee calls promptly. 185tDr. Miss Maude Creekmore came in ,
|f.Count/Gathered by the Democrat from her school at Friendship yesterday -
; afternoon to spend Sunday
\< Reporter York, of Lake Butler, is in
with the home folks.J .
the city, the guest of his daughter, t. ti
Rr Office looms to rent in Lewin Build- Mrs. C. S. Brown.W. .
fo tf T, Crawford, of the O'Brien section 1
who has been in the attending
city
,
f:... .. L. Tedder came up from Alton 3.
rBea. MorrU and wife came up from today to see how his Live Oak friends the Suwannee Baptist Association OVERCOATS j
returned home today. ,
ri oa.today were getting along. r 7

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t.Offlce_ rooms to rent in Lewin Bulld- Call up J, C. Lyle and let him explain T,. C. Williams, one of the prom
winter overcoat? If
Have .j
,:l tf the conveniences of electrical inent citizens of O'Brien is in the you purchased your

l..t"-. appliances;" they are great. 18.5t city today, :"crossing palms" with his not, don't do it until you have seen our line. Theyfit

!lUgh Mclntosh came from many Live Oak friends. .
up like tailor-made goods and the quality'is the best. g
ritilietoday. 1... A. Tedwell, wife and children
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.l,!i -- i who came up from Burlington yes J. S. Hurst, who lives west of LIv.1 They give satisfaction to every purchaser fY

., itits; Volle3> of Lurav1lle. was in terday, returned today Oak was in the city this morning,
!._itj today '.-
T seeing his many friends and attend
;.> I What's in a name?-Confidence- ing to business matters.

.l : T, Carvell,. of Lake City, was that you will get the right thing at $15.00 to $25.00

> .r.%.vkitor, to the city this morning. The Ladi s' Emporium. Suwannee Bakery has opened in

;: ; { -i the C. T. McDaniel store oppositethe

; shipment electric portables I W. H, Hart, of'Mayo, was in the court houe. Fresh cakes and I

-.' .:' ,ecelved at J, 'C, Lyle's. 18.5t city yesterday afternoon looking bread dally.-Suwannee Bakery. t ... I .
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".tl ----- + III s.Boys'
affairs.
after business and Youths''Suits
School l Shoes
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;' 7* J, Corbett of the Pine in
Beautiful plaid silks all colors '
section Is In the Shoes, Under- ;
city today. I .
\ Wood delivered on a moment'snotice on display: in Miss M. V. Edwards''wndow "
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! any length, pine or hardwood. Don't fail to see them, they I wear, Neckwear, .
.!Ye you
visited
.. ; the new suit de- White & McGrlff. Phone 25. tf have just arrived and are beautiful. with every pair. etc : : : : : :
.t.t at. the Ladies' Emporium' [

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I. Cochraq Hunt, of Thomasville. Reduce your light bill and increase -
j ,B, Howell of near McAlpin, Ga.. was a prominent visitor to Live your light by letting J. C. .
a..'rtn tha city today on busl"I Oak yesterday afternoon. Lyle install some of his new and up- I I

.;'..-. .<. to-date electrical appliances. 18-5t BROS.I :)

Jasper Johnson, a successful young BUTLER
'] toe Brown' of Perry, was here I farmer of the Luraville section was Hon. Chas. H, Brown, presidentof :

b.day and registered at the 'in the city this morning the First National Bank, returned
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: yesterday from Savannah, wherehe
"- _''I' W D, Whatley of the Rocky Sink went in the interest of the Cotton TVVen's Outfitters i

/I'. J. Wr, Willis and little son, section, Is in 'the city this morning. 1 ;:'- e1.who have been here visiting i Ii Will.Is one of theprogresslve farm- measure successful. He Is' a per LIVE OAK. FLA. .

jfintend,,Mrs U S.- arvard, left I ers. of ,Suwannee county and always sistent worker and will keep work- Its
'!;morning for their home in Lake ;has plenty of "hog and hominy" at Ing on his plans until he brings themto
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i following names were striefeea tram r16 ;G..jLrn LsftCj ir
; 1'i Registration Books of Suwannee t SIoW1UBj.G.. .Jf.:1: tt CeU1Tj
the Board ofCouutr Slade, HjTLeft., ditty;
:: County,Commissioners Florida by of said County 15 Stuart. B..r.-. ..Left CHat y,
t ; Mrs. say Mrs. Z heard btest. : October 17. 1 Saanders. C; O....:.Do We.: PiE t
X "Have the at their meeting held
: ," ... ", you" .. whose 1 .Stokes, F. A. -**..-..Doubted i S '. ..; :- -
190. and that person :
::4 .news. ?' '" -.C : ....- ; name has been any stricken: therefrom 1 Scruggs. J. D. ... ..LeftCoeaty .Jfj
before said Board on 1 Stanford. J. I. ....Left COB aty
October may appear 27.1908. to show cause ..rh7their 2 Saab J. F. .-.t..Ti aaderred -'

e -::Mri Z-"Why, what is it, dear?" '* names should be restored: 1 Townsend., S. E. ...Left Ceuty 1 :,
14 \\'m.am.,. :TV ... .. ,Left Couat
DLst. Names. Cause S .WeatheringtoaC.S Left County r--:

: .....Left County 9 Wallace. J. H. .... Transferred
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Mrs. 1 Ash. G.D. '
X "The Lave
Oak Brokerage & Commission 17 Whatley W. D; .. Double LL B 4
6 Adam*. J. A... ..,..Dead -_- \
.Co. have on the road expecting it every 5 Addict, J. W......Left County ,4 Walker.. O. P. .w.,Left Corral = .JJ
day, 1,100 sacks of the Famous Snow Flake 5 Allen Gen ...... .Dead 4 Walker. W. W. ,....LeftCounty R0 :
3IS Whitfield. C. H. ..Transferred -
Franklin ,.Dead
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Allen
;I: : Flour, made in Nebraska! 11 Allison G. W. .....Dead Walker, a A. ... .Left County if-1
3 Anderson. J. S..Left County 1 White J. P. Jr.....Left County AU R .
3 Anderson. Allen ...Left County 1 Willard. CL; B. ....Left County !. rfth
I '- Mrs..Z-uI 7 Brannen. R. a ....-Transferred 8. Wearer. D.. F. .,.. .Left Coax)' Will do J
am so glad! Now, we can have good 17 Byrd. T. F..Left County i White. G. C. h....Dead.Transferred t.1U'1

p Biscuits and Bread again. 2 Wraner. W. J. ..... .1
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17 Boyette. H. N. .. .Left County lt l aas t- -- .3.t
Y 13 Butler. R. W..... .LeL t Count: 13 White. O. B. ....Transferred .'.-
3R a 3 Boyd. IL H.,.. ... Left County 13 Wesley. Hardee .*.Left CountyA. 2i4S : .

.Mrs.. X-"Me too, dear, their add will show the 9 Brock Martin .. ..Dead LEE HUMPHREYS. Qom.t ;S i
i 9 Brown. Abram ....Dead J. W. BRYSOX. Chairman.
day 1t arrives and
my Grocer will sure have 11 Brinson. .J. W..Dead Clerk.
'- to send me up a sack. A little high in 8 Brjson. W. J.. ,.. ,Transferred M.EATTORNET& AI

Price but,1' 1 Burns M. C. .: ..Dead
s.
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IIII 2 Burns G. W..Transferred sa easew I
jI. 2 Bassett. W. L.-Dead The Elizabethan ruff is likely to return. ( f + aa

6 Black. W. B.......Left Coua .* said Ma Twaddles,, looking op I* te's
1 Bozeman W. H...Dead from the fashion paper she was read 6Qra

I.em 6 Blanton. J. D..Transferred 1:1:. ht.>I the -
1 Brinson. F. B.... Doable "If he does. responded Pa Twad iet
m mm q'I;::1':I ill HlmII;: :::;am:::;i i J!:;::1:1: :;;:::I::::::::::: ::: ::::m: ::n::::iU;:::;::. 6 Boston. G. I. ., .Left County ales, with energy, "you set the dog oo .d '4J tom?,rNex.i:1'vrtt -

1 Brewer. T. Wi Left County him. Do joo hear?" wa
1 Butler. J. T. .. ...Left County >'
1 Brock J. M. ...Double A Cnrioiu T mh. Smss
1 Burnett. G. L... Double The C.&13aow.
16 ... most carious tomb In England is i ui.sqty
g Brown C. H Transferred It a
For STOVES that of Lady Anne Grfmston daughter ROWN
or FIRE-PLACE 16 Blanton. J. P..LettCounty
WOOD 16 Barr, T. L7z.Left County df 'the Earl of Tbanet. who died nearly

LI 16 Bnrgman. J. H... Left County two centuries ago and was buried in 11IY'sit
I Any'length from 14 inehes to 4 feet Tewtn churchyard. Tpon her deathbedshe 4
15
Cope. S. J, .. ..Left County PHYSICIANS !
8 Carroll R. E. ,,. .Dead disregarded 'the efforts of thoss & St; .
Will ; 1 Cobb P. D. .. Left County who sought to administer spiritual -- iHtD\\lt.aa
deliver in any part of Live Oak .. ; 1 Cobb. J. H.. .. ..Dead comfort An-atheist she had fired an UVBOJUC. :} i! -\'

; 1 Collins. W. K. ..,.Dead atheist-she would die -It is as likely \
6 Carter W. Y. .. ..Left County that 1 should rise ggaia from the dead ,n.at
J McADOO 1 Cross O. M. ... Double the said "as that a tree should L M. DIXONb=z I t &
BAISDENBUTLER ] grow
.' 1 Carroll,_ Jacob .Double out of the middle tDOI'f
( BROTHERS 14 Cason. P. Q. ... Left County of my coffin. A .
) tree has grown out of the middle of her DEl1 SL08TODOAi'TrA
14 Douglas J. A.. .Left County
9 Daniels. J. B. ,. .Left County coffin--an oak-and by Its side a ayes
PHone No. 197 1 Davis. Jeff. L. .,.Left County more. The vault is square of brick : Ctt4li ga

l h 15 Dorsett. T, L. ,-.,Transferred and', granite. The two trees first filled iYas=,
1 ::13 Dorsey. E. H. ... .Left County the interior before they could find away ,SP1ttxE3
:13 Delegal. L. M. .Left County put When they did burst throughthe
t v v 111 i Dowiin. Geo. ,, .Dead masonry they so spread Liv
:,14 Dees. J. H. ,, Left County to envelop the grave. as completely Have Yuf 1.W
S Foster, J. M.. Sr.,, .Dead -v
Waterman Fountain Pens 3 Gamble. J, H. ... .Left County -
9 Griffin G. F.. .Left County A Badly Burned Girl ork Butchei j-::
4) Griffin, A. J. .
Left County or boy
man
Gillette or woman, is
Razors
quickly :
and Blades
( 1 Goff J. C. .Left County At the j.
1 Gill, Allen .. ,.Transferred out of pain If Bucklen's Arnica Salre MIW. i '. s> j.JfI -- : --

} Kodaks Brownie CamerasHuyler's > ; 1 Gray G, L. ? ,?Left County is applied promptly. G. J. Welch, ofTekonsha. '
( ;16 Giles. Jas. ,. ,.Left County Mich., says: "I use it In $l -..

Candies i,',1-1;16 Gardner Goolsby, A, B P., .Left Left County County my family for cuts sores and all skin I am 1M III tjpp

y ( {iI6 Graham Solomon .DeadI injuries and find it perfect. Quick- '. N<
Victor Talking Machine and 1 Grant. Sykes .. Dead est Pile care known. Beat healing '?'. Records Hurst J. S. .
,Transferred sake
made. 25c at Barclay & Greor- I Build them under G-_ A.It
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16 Hurst P, L. . .Transferred er ... ,-
16 Hunter T. L. .. .Left County Drug Store.Just tee. Have Built HUdrk'i tS

ns? Suwannee Drug Company 1 1 Haiie Hankina., W.W.,A. D.. H, ,Left Left County County am'Building moreFor v ifli- \i t 1At.

1 Head W. P. .Left County Received Best Prices, Write I. I
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!- 1 HigglnbDtham.R.K. Left County :
4 Hart. W. H, . Left County W. U, =5_ 1.Oto .

13 Hankerson J. W.. Left County at THE>r BAND BOX P. o. Box r4.. 4. iALLkIt4 i1
n Hanker
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on J. F. Left County ..._ _
17 Ingram. D. R. ... .Transferred a -' fI
11 Ingram E. S. Transferred New Fancy Waists in + + '.

Florida State Institute t 16 8 Ingerville vins, J. S.Mitchell.. ,, Left Dead County silk, lace net and nuns-, I :' tf
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C 16 Idlest Nathan -.. .Dead veiling. WoodA
i.3 1 6' Idett, Theodore Left
CO nn'ERSIIJE'E\"E. JACKSONVILLE, .FLORIDA. 16 Jerrido Willis ,?Left County County f

Situated 3 Jones. T. G. ... Dead Ready-to-wear Hats, maMl18m .
on the banks of the St. Johns
River
S 13 Jesse Abram 'H. .Left County for ladies and children horse wagon
Perfect Facilities. 13 Jones M. C. . .Left
Perfect "Location. County
t 13 Jo n30n. P. B. ..Left County for early Fall wear. I wood ?L&.. ,
6 Johns H, P. . .Left County t
? Mrs. Sdiuniacher' strictly private sanitarium for administering Ii Keen J, T. .LeftCounty' Kid Gloves elbow A i Furnished oa Short Xsfe?,.= '
1 Kempton G. M. Left County ,
a special qukk and painless treatment for all forms of the "_ Kicklighter. J. J.. .Transferred length. 'Burasiilk1 t
Leave orders M.L
drug habit and alcoholism approved medical attendance andAIInit"S. 9 Lay S. B.Dead 0 at 't
1 5 Lacquey X. L. New
Left
p. County Muslin
*. Write or call for detailed information. tQ Leggett R. J. . .Dead Underwear 2; H. WIMBERLTtDAYCUiH1't

16 Lane A. H. . Left County in beautiful de- O 4 O+OeO+O+CJiQN4"U "
16 Leal:. J. L. .. .Left County .:".
16 Locklier H. J. Left County signs.
i 16 Locklier. C. J. u. Left County
16 Leggett W. W. Left County
5 11 Lamb J. P.TransferredLsson. Mrs. E. PILES, ;
C.E.HUMPREYSCONTRACTOR 11 ]I. }I. .Transferred N. Lawier.

1 Lloyd J. W. . Dead IVTYR&...ttAcL.wc.S :
1 Lawier. X. J.Dead saw.wasnN nut -
1 Lowe J. E. .'.. Transferred ..-.uwQ08lllol 'nb8:
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AND BUILDER 5 Miller Hance .Dead THE lEI AM DttAKED EDIT18 Of --r

9 Mickler H. A.Dead WEBSTER'S
16 dills J. E. .. . .Left County INTERNATIONAL .
Proprietor 16 Mock W. A.Transferred DICTIONARY

MeCaskill J. C., .Left County EsaalsiaYa
L Florida Novelty Works 3 McLeod A. J.. Jr.,.Left County tul lo else and esDalasy.contents It. Is the most use. .. r
1 ilcDaniel, \Vm. Dead iectec1 to exclude eorruPtiona h3dicicusly ee
of
1 Morrison R. M. Left County tur uaage slitles, Ind_ to avoid UIlbiteW&1b1e tech.bct1a rood-
See me before building your house. Everybodyelse 3 Meeks, H. M.,Transferred ba.An&n&eme LL
Each
word begms
1 McFarland, O. D..Transterred a pI1 b Ita ow -
leal alphabet
does. 6 Moseley. G. P.Left County ?seals place Ia and=Ii readily caught b7 the eye.
11 )Mitchell W. T. Dead plete and scientist tymologia., These are com.
t'' 13 Mattair. D ., Dead result so! and romped
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Residence and office, Phone 188. 13 Matins. M. C. ...Left County crowded hee1a into mama*"p'af are aL
6 Xewsome, W. S. ,. Transferred cited by IA 1''roauc1&t101a which Is 1ndi.
2 Xobles M. E. .. Dead marked letter reapellmgrna the cI1acrit1c&U1
5t 1 Xewlan. W. R. Dead iSfiasfi'- the taught schooflx IA the, <

1 Oversyeet, S. T. .Dead hula Ia Dafhl fplr ,
__ 1'7 W. u. Tbey
S Parker. A Transferred tene.Jet COIDpJe are clear:
IUlm mnm I 11I1111:an::,mmp: IIi 111I11:IU: lm mu;lUmmumm: :: :::: :;::: 11'1 idiiHI.1 11 Page. W. P. ,. .Double Older 1 which_.the.tn word.and are baa liven acquired 10 the Its Ilmm\\ -
16 Pritchard J. T. .Left Count) ti on s stoat Many Of the deAJ .

1 1 Pound Poucher J. E.: ,.. Lef\Dead County_ ........- OU.:Ita UIeful ApPta41x bow edhge,a packed "WHO FILLS 31YDAUGHTEBr P :..' .,

IS Parrish James Dead > eals as .W.kmc _
Dtcsioaary
other book Ko
I 13 Parnell J. .Transferred embodiea 10 much '
SUWANNEE formation. 01' .. 10 useful 10- tho
13 Privett P. R. -Transferred 11udJ. school lndipen w 01nQc. Ie IA the is a natural questioA oa ;
BAKERYif 13 Quarterman J. H.. .Transferred toTbe International part of a phpldaa ,}
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I' 6 Itoann G. W. Left County guar .
with 5000 for his patient 'Ed !' "f
2ustratians
P.
11 Robinson S. Dead 25,000 new :.5-
Bread Cake 1 Rickard J. J. ... Left County been added words hue recently \nswer: The Cit1
1 Rhoden, T. .LeftCounty the Wor 1d, sad the Gazetteer of and note your doctor*lids-:
r 1 Rhoden S. M .. .Left County Y have been BiographieaJ Die. faction WfaJ? BC e
1 Rhoden, Snow die ..Left County ruder the completely re.. .8 "
Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a 1 Rhoden. I.V.. .. r Left County T, Harris Ph.Df a.. of W. knows how carefol
16 Roberts. N. V. ,..Dead Commissioner 0 LL.D., u... S. as to purity of !n -
Specialty. At the old Racket Store in front of 1 Revels. Henry .- Dead .'REE--.A: ,% cation.' and exactness of eoJI1PO
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Race C. Left County Itn1ctfve aDd en "... = ... ing.City. _
the Court House. Clegg and Knowles Props. 1 Robertson. A. J. .LeftCounty illustrated for tu w f&j y-: :
G Sumner. J. J. Transferred Wp.t et"G.
1.9 Sealey. J. W.Left County .& MERRIJ1lyj o.: {
5 Sanborn, J. F. .LeftCounty =: Pharmacy: !

l lllllllll 1 l H_ lIiummmmmmm; muwm;; :i I;:IIIi: llm mmilllmH"l; l ii_;! S Strickland, John .Left County 8PIlUCGFla.o. YJlBg: ,..
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AM Artist la alan ner.L. Thl Sam. .. -
SCHEDULE. the Orient. ,LIVE OAK STEAM LAUNDRY'Largest
A! ON S. lA. L BY. ANB A. C, L. BY. AT LIVE OAK In all matters of sentiment tho.. ,

JtLU UP.. Arab's ,Instinct Is sure. If you CUD.. '
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PeR fr : ; appeal to him on an; ground of hapltality in' .. f fAU
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.' <. Mill Local!Fit or generosity, says the authc ;

{ STATIONS a1JIJ. DaibExptbaa of "In tl Desert. ," you have a nol ld :
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f c? _,, \ ai17. EzrxptY Sunday. on him. work First class in: every respectsPrompt :; -
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'H' ._ It used to be the boast of Arab pot service and delivery and..shipments ': "_ _

try in its best days that it '11et'er 7' to out, of town customers ,when ,- =j' "-
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Llve Oak.-,. ...........Ar- 10 20 1 m 610 p 111 ,'
: praised a man except for what was Ihim '
6 promised. A lost damaged articles :
h? _d--,,,,.. 'r... ._Porar.. ..... .. ........ .iv. 10 00 a'm S 42 .m ." and the habit of Judging direct, or ._ _
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will bft paid for : : : :" r.' ..
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s ,,,,,,,,-, ...Stokley. .. .Lv. 8SZam ly without regard to surroundinghas .. ,

.., .. I. i r---.... .. .. .... ...Lv. aGO am $15 pm always been an instinct of the .' :. .
y AH those evidences of world]
4 rya ,,,.-.,.,, ,,,,,,. .,,... Ki land. ......... .................Lv. 9 4l am I 03 pm836am race.prosperity and success which tur 1 Work under personal supervision of ._

rlr..... .... .......... .WAnurth. .. .... ......... ...Lv. 4GOpm'f' the heart of the Anglo-Saxon to water
LESTER
SCARBOROUGH
leave the Arab unmoved. ProprietorLIVE
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r _- Laraville:............ .,,:......... The Arab is an artist in manners. I
w$ Aa.-- ---- ,LauaviUe..... ... .. ....... .. remember a certain sheik, who wa OAK. FLA.

* AT.. ..,__ _Wilna.th.. once my traveling companion on the' . . H > . >* > . . . . . .
1V, 35 am4 45 pmI3&m Upper Sile a tall lean keen face

0.6SuwanneORiyerr.R of almost black! .:..
Complexion
,,,, _LV. 432pm'lOam man a -- -
with a glitter oa it like the sun polls
--- 4pm SOUTHERN g
i Lim.Norwood on desert stones who walked among RAILWAY. -

'' d .May.--. .........Lv. 912 am 4 00 Pili the fellahs on the crowded deck lIke .

a chief among his slaves. \V ..
r i5 With him I shared the same narrow I TWO TRAINS DAILY TO WASHINGTON AND NW YORL'1_

4T1 corner of the deck. He was strict this

-,.1 _- ...._._......._Mao.2.b .".. ..__............_....Lv. religious observances and at the Schedule Effective November%6.1905.

I; '' .....: ...".,. _...Ma'o.u.... ,,.....__..._.Ar. ',10 a m S 45 pm appointed hours would spread his mat ... ----..,
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the deck turn in the dIrection ) ilj
0] -* .... .. --San Pedro.-...............- .. .....r. 0 a S 25 p lit on supposed : Ii5a t 5 9 taenvilie..Ar
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A III. 1.! of Mecca and then kneel and 7 45p R7
i'.IDL'" ,......_....SaltRoad_.........-...1. .oLv. 8 l1a m 115 pm rise and kneel again, bowing wit! 11 1 20p 40.411 12 40p 1Sp1Lv.Lv..lea.up..Ar.Suannah..Ar 10 a 30p iOaLv.Maeoa.Lv JusuP.Ga.c.S.8.By.Lv By.Lv '..

.Iii,,_, .--.-.....-.....-.A Zk U ki.__. -..- _....Lv. 8 40 a m Z 45 pm"J' his forehead to the ground in the in- 1006 6 SSp, 6' 00&56a Ar..Cbarlotti.Ar.CoIUlllbia..Lv:LY T 5 3Oai1r.Rome 2OaAr.Atluta.Ga.s.,,! Ga..s.. Rl.Ly Ry LvS __. f
RG attitudes Moslem 12 56a 12 $1, ArGreeaabore..Ly
posing
I. ... ,. ......____.....Lv. a 33 a m a 35 pm prayer. !.06a Z lOp Ar..Danvill..Ly 25aAr.! Dalton Ga..8.By.Lv -
.j 4j' ''''''''' 1.9 Quick at detecting the least sign of :aiAr.Chat'anp, TS. Rl.LvI
6 59a 6 ::opAr.Lexin&1o. KQ.&C.Lv -
f If ID ,_---.Xeene-----.L'f. 8 Z3 am Z 20 pm consideration or respect If we stopped 42pIAr..RichmoDd 1 40p.Ar.CinC'D&tti, ,OQ&C.Lv
., Oiii 4 17a 4 28p Ar..Lynchburg.-.Lv
,; ,._ wq_._ ___....L' a 15 am 219 pm talking or moved to make room, 6 oa 6 6lOpIAr.Charlottesv L. 8 4Op'I7Ci' & ti-O Big 4.Ar
J JII, Fenhools he would treasure np the courtesy Ilnd 9 45a t .. ..Lv T lOa!Ar.Chi IlL Big4.Lv -

(11 .lit .., It." ..............._.Dt k.._.;........_ 8 08 ami as p. when his prayers were over-turn and 11 145p 39a 111 35p 35a/Ar..W.Ar..Baltimme..Ly: Phila.-Lv g 35p'Lv. Ciac't'ti h"Linea.Ar '-
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,.',mAr... ...........,...- __.._...._.. 800am 120pm acknowledge it with a grave gestur !..3p. 3Oa Ar... New York...Lv 8 45p,Lv.Cinc'atti C.IL A D.Ar

# and a smile that seemed no conventional Noe. 34 aod'34.-"New York and Florida Express T 23a Ar ChicagoMon.RouteLv

r.r riP'ar) Telephone StatioL (f) Flag Station (r) Register (a) Regular Stop. (a) grimace but expressed the intention .Port," Daily Tampa Pullman and Jacksonville Drawing Room to New SleepingCar. York.!I, 5 6 ;'Ar-Toledo..C.LvCin'nauC.1t H..A doD.A DrLv,

m T. P. ALSTON. Superintendent of a deliberate friendliness. NOB. SO"Washington and Florida: 7 25a Ar Detroit, Mich.P.MLv
),J t Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping 30p'Lv'
AgentOak --
,8.JUKII& General Passenger Car Jacksonville to New York. Dining Car.Na 9 Cia'nati.Bw Four.Ar
6'45sIAr C1eveIand.H F() rLy
PALISADES FORMATION.Allied .
SET. 6 30p Lv.Lex:ngton.SRp.Ar r
30 THROUGH LAND OF THE

Perry & Gulf In Time-Type to Moan 755P11215a I Lv.._.. Jacksonville FIa.-.--Ar 8 1 32a lOp Lv.Lousvill..s.M.St. Louw..a.R.Lv'Jtl.Ly x

e Holyoke and Cape Dlomidon. !Ly........,.vannaJt. Ga.Ar 10 02. Ar-Anniate.'A S.Ry-Lv .
ft: 6 OOaUr....._.Columbia. S., C..Lv 12 Ola Ar-Binn'Iwn.A.8..Ry.Lv
- i i The complete height of the cliff wai 1 50p ._.._,Ashvill*. N. CAr..H ..._....Ly II 0511Ar-Memphfa..Friaco..Lv: _
: Railroad Company. much higher, originally, for the glacier;: 2S7p .ot Springs N. C..Lv 9 40aAr: KansasCityFtiacoLv 4S

I r8' rx that buried North America down tt'<) 8 SOOpAr 50a(Ar__._..Leuiaville Knoxville.,Tean..Lv Ky..Lv 3OpLvMerahia. Tenn.. .At
9 2Oa'Ar-Hot Sprilln.Ark..Lv
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 20. 1906. this latitude eroded billions of ton: 6 12p Ar.. __..St Louis. Mo........-..LvAr.
815a Br...........Cincinnati, O.._._....!Lv
, 1 a. which went to the upbullding of Long No. 30.-Daily Pullman Drawing Room Buffet

aQ:3 E..o:: Sa w.U Island, trap bowlders being common lithe EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE ON Sleeping vine AshvilJe Car Hot Between Springs Jacksonvile.KnoxniU and Henderton-Ciucia- ___

.., :: A : :: > '" soil of Brooklyn and I have fount ALL TRAINS. natti '

'oJ:. Frt.and Pass STATIONS. .n d Gl :io. =o' b z on the top of the Palisades opposite S -

< faaaenier. 1P.M. w= 1en a.I I'z] Ca Spuyten Duyvil glacial groovings and No. 13-Florida Limited-Daily Solid Vestibule Train.. Through day coaches and Pullman Sleeping -
1 -N a 6 No. ---..., ---M-:- polishing that have survived the presumptive Cars,Jacksonville to Atlanta,Chattanooga and dncianatti Alt Pullman Sleeping Car J Mup
Kansas City.
n Sunday Only Daily ex. Sun to Colorado Springs CoL.via Birmingham. Memphis.
15.000 years since the glacIer
.>. -s.. P.M. P. M.Amve. A. H.Arrive. A. II
from
Lam Lear 240 Arrive Arriv. melted. The outpour of this mass JAMES FREEMAN, District Passenger Agent 103.W. Boy St..Jacksonville.Fla.

7; N W 264SCO ..Live Oak_ 430 5.40 10.00 9.4d a volcano whose crater we cannot so S. HT HARDWICK.: P.T. MW..H.TAYLOR.G.P.A. G. B, ALLEN.A. G.P.A
UI l48 .._Rocky Sink.. 4 412 IS 5.24 6.28 9.42 946 Liba 9.11 much as guess in this day was tremen -1

U! 807 -.8tarr-.. 408 5.20 9.38 U'16 / docs, and it cut the Hudson and Hack --- '
Mercer.-
I t 38 I.N$ ISO a 1& -,..;. --Platt..-r 4 366 os 8.17 5.03 135 9.26 9.03 8.H ensack valleys asunder and pushed the

t>Ei Ar t09 Ar. I 40 -Lancaster.Dowkng .._ LvS48ArS89 Lv9.18Ar9.10 LT S.4CArS.12 harbor several miles to the southward
1Ii Lv 'us Lv. 4 10 Park. Lvt5.00 SEABOARDAir
4 15 related activities thrust above S
;=-' AI .U9 417 .._ .... 333 Lv LIiO 9.05 8.08 while
-y D L. 4.50 420 Chancy-Bell._ 380 Ar 4.48 1.06 the surface either as downpours or up-
13 -
Ar. 4 25 828 9.03 8.64 the thousand miles of basaltic
8 7 4.57 Mayo pours
325 4.43 Lv900Ar855 Lv 8.110
Ijy-Oa
M a, 6,80 LT. 440 _.... 319 Ar 1.41 hills that chain the Carolinas to the Line RailwayFor
F 4t 1.06 446 __...,SiW....._ 3U at34 8.49 7.3
t 14 6.l0 452 Townsend. 306 4.30 8.45 :..29i Bay of Funay, so that our Palisades
TLiix 65 6 12 __.Smlth.-. 247 4.15 8,30 7.08 are allied In form and time to Mount Columbia Camden Southern Pines Raleigh
t 83 1.38 3 2'1.Fenholloway- Lv 235 4.02 8.15 &.63 Savannah, ,
I M, At 6.54 AT. (40 _--Pe1TJ'...... LT 3.50'Lv8.00 Lv6.4fLv5K Holyoke and Cape Blomldon.To
1439. 4 so Ar CSS Hampton Sp'a. L.2 05 Lv 3.20 I IVY UO the mineralogist our Palisades do Baltimore Philadelphia New York
K Richmond Washington, .
not yield as much of interest as we PI
;: : MAYO and ALTON of Paterson, a
find In the rotting trap .
.; Trains
Three Difly
Elegant
!t few miles away from which have been ;
:
taken the largest prehnites in the
pasaf
Pas. Fit and Paso Passenger Frt. and Paso Frt. and Pag. eJ' SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
",,=> Ns.1 No. 9 N4 L STATIONS. Na 8 No. III No. U world sea green and wonderful; royal

!II Su. Daily ex.Sun. Sunday Only Daily ex SUD. DallJ ex Sun. Sunday. ..Only amethysts, balls of silky pectolite and SEABOARD EXPRESS ,
A.JL ,Po M. P. 11. A. 11. y.j quartz pseudomorphs that copy them;:
[ lave Lave Leave Arrive Arnve A .. SEABOARD MAIL
occasional
but find in these cliffs
,toe C.SO 6.10 Dowling Park 8.01 3030 8.54 we i
.;f '1.1, UII 6,22 Mayo Junction 1.58 3.20 8,<< duplicates of the columns that make
-y US C.U 1SI Clark 'l.41 3.10 8.33
--f tm LOa 6.44 Peterson 'l.35 3.00 8.23 the Giant's causeway and Flngal'scnegeometrlc MODERN PULLMAN.EQUlPMlNT. -t
i: ) 1101 a 5130 a 6,56 I Mayo a 1.20 a 2.48 a 8.11 shapes of three, four, ;
11'10. Ar 46o2 Alton Lv 1.00 L. 238 LV 8.00 sides not result of the Daily Solid Pull-
,s five, six and more a The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, only
B4ruIaIitop. Connection made at Dowlin Park for all trains to and from Live Oak and Perry .1
imagined Jacksonvilleand
was once
; hr crystallization as St. Augustine r
t mfamatiorl Train between ,
u to connections Electric Lighted
.. with other lines 'phone or call. on General Passenger Agent man
.-". .1.;J.ewil1 Building.Live Oak. for trap is a rock not a mineral but New York via Richmond Washington.. Leave St. Augus-

i-'<"" 'liAS>!:' ,DOWUNG.. Preaident R P HOPKINS General Passenger Agent of lateral shrinking when it has cool. 1:20 daily including Sundays.
tine 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville P.M.
: yd.Charles M. Skinner in Century.
I

4 MU. Noah. ONLY LINE
A child was brought to a Yorkshire
tlanticCoastLine d
from Jacksonville to New Orleans.Forilull ,
daily through sleepers
near for baptism. As he was told Operating ,
hat: the name was to be Noah, he nat- iHiornmtic aTltil..ppr re vaticns call _
on any act-11 cf Seaboard or write ,;
'
irally referred to the infant as "he"n

Florida Georgia Alabama ( the course of the service. Soon he S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.,
'elt his surplice pulled by one of the Assistant General Passenger Agent.

\ Virginia women who whispered to him thatit JACKSONVILLE.FLA. s
North Carolina. and was a lass.. "1&.;. 'i
'
"But Noah is not a girl's name," said INSPECTORS AND CLERKS.List Wilson, and Parks Lipsey, bJ ector,. )

fv South Carolina. he parson. ald.S.. D. Muggins, Clerk wi
'" "Yes, it is," spoke up the child's fa- of Inspectors and Clerks appointed District No. 13-H. E. Delegal G. i "-
_. her. by the Board of County Commissioners W. Umstead and J. J. Corbett, 1113"i A
.4 on October 17. 1906 for and B. F. Unutead, Clerk. .
pectors,
The Great Highway of Travel fromFPIaaLast An adjournment was made to the the General Election to be held November District No. 14-T. C. Williams. .

entry to settle the point. The father 6.' 1906: L. B. Davis and W. L. Mclnnis, Ins <.:}
: aid that whenever he had a child tobe District No. 1-T. J. Lyle. J. S. pectors, and C. F. O'Donnell, Clerk. .1
west Nora soot named he opened the Bible and Kinkaid and F. I. Robertson, Inspectors District No. 15-J. A. Gilley T. .

:!hose the first name of the proper sexthat and J. P. Lamb Clerk. J. Lanier and J..A. ason. Inspectors ,f

....;- met his eye. The clergyman in- District No. 2-W. E. Harrell H. and W. L. Fuller, Clerk. i ,
-.tH : ; TO THE EAST, THE FAMOUS isted that in the present case a mis- A. Thompson and J. R. Bassett Ins- District No. 16-W. V. Goff J. U
take had been made whereupon the pectors, and W. A. Nobles Clerk. Pennington and W. E. Vann, Inspectors :.

%ORIDJ\ AND WEST INDIA LIMITED rather opened the Bible at Numbers District No. 3-Will McLeod J. 0. and W. H. Mobley, Clerk. .'s-\
of the Boatright and J. H. Hunter,. Inspectors District No. 17-J. S. Parker, W. ? of
xvl: 33, and read "The names Hte and T. T. Hart, Clerk. H. Johnson and T. W. Scott, Inspec.f';

I ANEW YORK EXPRESS. aughters of Zelophehad were Noah, District No. 4-J. W. Grant J. M. tors and H. B. Brown, Clerk. it

.--r... Tucker and A. J. Rice Inspectors, A. LEE HUMPHREYS. i; ,.1 I
+ There was no more to be said. and Y. H. Ballentine, Clerk. Chairman. l ,..JJ.

;Ifi-lot 1 [: WF'T(' MONr60ME Y ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY Danger From The Ilague.There's II.District Martin No.and 5T.J. T. H.Green H. ,Hunt Inspectors S.- W. BRYSOX, Clerk. ;)

Clerk.
danger from the and Bart Newburn, '
grave
ER" VIA ATLANTA. I No. 6 \. J. Miller. L. call for :
,IIiLUI plague of Coughs and Colds that are I District B.I, Don't forget to guess ,
Barnes and H. W. Mosley, Inspectors, .
: 50 prevalent unless you take Dr. and G. P. Howell, Clerk. I at the number of seeds in the : : i*

? ''t UuMAN CARS AND THROUGH COACHES ON AUTRAINS. ting's New Discovery for Consumpion District No. 7-Andrew J. Bass, I when buying one '

Coughs and Colds. Sirs. Geo. T. P. Hurst and W. A. Mock, Inspectors ,.pumpkin "

Atlantic Coast Line mileage books, good to all points via all Walls, of Forest City Me., writes: and W. Sullivan, Clerk. : dollars' worth at it:'
J.M. .
District No. S-J. A. DeBerry
'ns'as far East as Washington and as far West St. Louis It's a Godsend to people living in and Johns
'
: as Kight J. H. Inspectors $
CO.
""""'i limates where coughs and colds pre- BOOK SUPPLY !
-'i-- and New Orleans; rates. $25,00. and J. V. Brown. Clerk. FLA. :
ail. I find it quickly ends them. It District No. 9-G. R. Stansell, Al-

;t..3 CONSULT THE PURPLE FOLDER. prevents Pneumonia cures LaGrippe bert Hogan and W. 0. Kenady Inspectors -
and F. J. Mallory, Clerk. NOTICE. r-
'
;detailed i and full informatior regarding rates, Pullman reserva.Ji Jves wonderful relief in Asthma District No. 10-C. L. Sealey, I.. indebted to Drs. Anderson } ,
:nd Hay Fever and makes weak A. Legett and C. T. Laughinghouse., All persons 1
} schedules, call on your n-aarest ticket agent, or write,' lungs strong enough to ward off Inspectors, and J. E. M. Tedder, and Creekmore or Dr. T. S. Anderson

:iI7BYLSTO( Dist. pass: Agent, 133 w. Bay gt. Jacksonville, Fla. Consumption, Coughs and Colds. 50c Clerk. J. will come and settle. -\I1.Coo .

Jlrp "' v* Agent, 133 W. Bay St.Jacksonville, Fla. and $1.00. Guaranteed by Barclay T.District Ward and No.H.l1-T.C. Kight A., Ilsectors"and Mikell count most be settled. by Jjutuar- ? J,- .:.I-/i'it, 1f---;, I
.EV'wmSS Passenger Traffic Manager, General O.WilmIngton N. b- Store. Trial bottle 1 .
&: Groover Drug J. W. Mikell, Clerk. % % 'r'i
n
:WJI l .;Get% ,Pass..APent; Gewral\ Offices WiHin-toa, N.. a ..- free. District No. 12-D. S. Goss D. H. I 1906. ._ \o-1-.--- 1 ._>?,_t_:.'
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: Vl ti1* '10 WORStllP suHDAY: 'IOM.D'\ iocn ANPRStNA1:'t ..te $ u ..ute_ : _,.. .. _y. .",- : ,


A RENTS.l I want to educate,that son or. that ?

; Methodist Church. ; .
in Bookkeeping, Shorthand and T .>

Evangelist Howard H Dutill G. Scudday Pastor.will.conduct as .Arithmetic, Penmanship,' Spelling, etc., at the, -' .. .
,' -=
;i.- ..'-, ""
'
.
w
evangelistic services throughout
_'f the'dar. addressing the Sunday schoolat -itg

r-. their session. ,:-IS a. m.. and
preaching at 11 a. m.. and 7 p, nv 'L cI -_--
I .A wlf>>
In the afternoon at 3 o'clock: ,there'will -7fti f
i : be a mass meeting for the young
; _. -
people of the city Let all .the mem
F bers ef B. Y. P U. accept this as an I "
Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner
invitation to be present with ,the Ep- Street

worth Leaguers and all other *&
people young placed into good. positions every graduate, and will do. as much'fors. '|'

Sunday night will probably close Scholarships: $40 $50 $75 and '' : _
$90.
T this series of meetings. Let us make -:_
:

r its of the memorable church.meeting In the history Enter at any time in either Day or Night classes ..

.
Everybody welcome. ':= lNl
free L. M. HATTON ._T:
I .......-
t, Baptist Church. i ....

Special rally service at the Baptist ..._"k11 th.
church tomorrow morning and all the i, "h1c1
Y
a friends of the congregation I HDMUDE DRAINAGE "
are !
cordially C
*
II Da
: Invited to be present with us. I NOTICETo f-
_
r The sermon will be in line with the --
I from first page.) : ;
work of the Association, which has : Contractors and Prospective Builders : waobiz.awn
closed. t"
Just The services will be con ;
.
i are the legal owners of the :

? ducted At 9:45 by the there pastor will,be a special Sun. I l lf my career as a member THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SVHIH. tn Live
f I have never voted _t} .
day school rally with some Interest lI
I an acre of the public lands ton
'Ing short talks. Let the parents will furnish
I or other corporation, you your Lime, Cement, B
make a special effort to be presentat !
this service with the children spend the people's good Plaster, Laths and aU kinds of 'Brici ; -8sor qtr
'I .
s the drainage scheme until
Come one and all! OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick.
As
\
i of ownership is fully f big garaai

I I t The people are supreme and

We are requested Advent Church.to announce that I the subject of drainage up Be Live Oak Brick & suiW1 tit
of.tl
Elder P. H, Dowling will preach on r subsequent time if, in their o;
I" such necessity exists. im'et
Sunday morning and evening at theS. .
A. C. Church in the absence of not believe that it would be
require the of tt '
Elder H. V, Skipper. J i to canal, ditch taxpayers or otherwise $ perfor

Episcopal Church. : lands railroads.that may ultimately ARAGON HOT! ; \ image

'..iF.< .
Services at the Episcopal church that all officers who han

tomorrow at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. sums of the people's money AMERICAN PLAN. .

m, Sunday school at 10 a. m.. required to give good and ;: pt irn

AH are cordially Invited to attend. bonds, but if you adopt the JACKSONVILLE, \ FLOgjpRates. toatutleC
,.
r amendment to Article 16,, R

Presbyterian Church. Constitution of the State ol $2.50'and Upward. Rooms and Private M S
.
you create, a Board of Drain "
Q :>
Preaching tomorrow at 11 o'el 0c6 $ .00 and [Up. : --
and communion of the Lord's Supper ; consisting of five ,- :1 a
At night we will Governor the Comptroller
worship with our !
Methodist brethren Sabbath I I Treasurer the Attorney- Cuisine and Service :- 4
schoolat and the Commisioner Unsurpassed ifl tie SN$| city w
330; prayer meeting Wednesday I of

night at 7' o'clock Everyone is : i whQ,w ll not be required H. N. OMMEAU PROPRIETYNotice
bond as such Drainage Com
cordially Invited. vent oc
but will be charged with
to Patrons of City8ur i '

s High School 'X tt'S. children."D all drainage of receiving funds which and Works 200. -<*..1S 4, !

Friday was the last day of tha first to all estimates, reach All water rent Is due and payable, .

month of..the new school term. The the, millions: of dollars, and If not paid before Tuesday, Oct
attendance so far has been especially.good. the Everglades can be suc- her 23, water will be shut off.' Men Wanap! j jto a

drained or not. 19-3t THOS. DOWLIXG.pHONE .

There is a movement on foot eye that the officers above chop railroad wa_ i i:>Q p14 aOt
among the High School students for to have enough daily work
us your 80c cord. A"r.
organizing a literary society. AVe adding an additional per : 1m G.

hope it wll be carried out for the of such proportions on them. needs and we Plenty of wood -;'';: .J u
society is a source of great enjoyment tax collectors collect _..{: s :D ea

and benefit to the students. assessments will not will take Paid off every W 1 at
pleasure in
Miss Ada Mae Roberson'was a amendment, be permitted .. ..1'-;.: ;"tl
? visitor to our school Wednesday. the drainage money over to

i Miss Sallie Anderson, of Savannah, tlb treasurer, who is under filling your ordersFREE Apply to il' g esti

came Tuesday to assist Miss McClin- the faithful performance of
: ?
ton with the primary grade. but will be required to make Conner Brjse

The High School boys have organized ents direct to the new branch r '-
-
'a football team wth Winder State government known as at Court house ..
.
Surrency as captain. It is hoped that of Drainage Commission- DELIVERY. Live, Oak FI :
our boys fill have a good team and bondless officers. Engraft Nov 16. -"

win many laurels this winter,. into the Constitution The Season. ot' ''1
We regret very much to lose Pearl', take years to get rid of ::1 t\t

Register, of O'Brien, who was one .of the amendment and you OYSTERSNOW :-

our brightest students. and empower the Board of Our stock of Groceries are (.
t Verdle O'Neal ia absent this week, Commissioners to establish OPENApalachicola -_ tit
but we .hope to have her with us districts and fix the bound- fresh and of the best qu lity.

again soon. in the State of Florida.

Misses Belle Helton and Stella Commissioners will Country produce alwawson I Oysters _i

Williams visited us yesterday. power of levying and hand. Cedar Key Oysters
Next week the in addition
: flag which was presented to the other Now at the
by Col. Fred Robertson, will acreage tax not to exceed

be room given that by has Prof.had Edwards the best to attendance the' such per drainage acre from districts.the lands Vegetables, fruits, etc. Big Four f fish and Oier) g.i i iif

during the month.: opposed to the amendment to .- .--=

Third Grade. of the State estab Orders Fill Promptly for I.4" t

Board of Drainage Comma MAYS Free delivery to reaiden< ..,1 1j.
Monday was a great day for ab- ; drainage districts as pro BROS.

sences In our grade. shall vote against the pro R. Mathis & .-. "'.
Ethel Bailey is quite ill; we hope at the general election in PHONE 85 I "Bit'4,' )11gtt. ;

.to'see her back in her old place bet W. R. DORMAN. =- "-:.r
fore' many days. The teachers of the Suwannee-High--I I legitimate profit on his farm, ,;t' ':3:
'
The "A" dvlston is School are I end !
having great attending the Tri-County duct just as the merchant Is i i.
difficulty are not now getting The Teachers'
in learning how to subtract Association, at Jasper on
to- to profit WjJ
a legitimate
where borrowing in Tallahassee and pub day. oo'as ,
is They went
necessary. over 5
this marks HM. -= "
morning and the merchant
> \\ you don't get the as rc
"
Norman Arnold has been by private JJJ ":
promoted> conveyance, leaving Live so should the farmer price
from the second grade to the third, correct light on things. Oak at an early hour, and have hare d ,
no ton. This, the farmers
Sun .
and is doing 'excellent work. The Tallahassee, Fla doubt spent a delightful day.
The it
year by holding
and clubbing list. Sub
and teachers
Olive Angus Powell spent from who went are Prof. L. B. f1o. _!
price, $2.00 Ask A Young lother
a
a
year. Edwards.
Saturday till Prof.
Monday in
the country G. B. Davis "and snddenl1 Icy:
>r what he thinks of The Misses "My mother has
They report having had a fine time. Sallie elson Agnes Fitts 1 r:.o-
Twenty
send in subscription made at 70.
your Quintilla young
Boatwright Skipper was out of I Bullock, Benlah Barnett! .;
school Monday because of Illness. it today. 19-4 Sara Graddy Flora intense suffering from dyspe '
Farnsworth. her, until siXnIl -
entirely disabled
Monday the "race for stars" begins Hildegard Mann Nannie ;
*
"' Jones, a successful orange Corrie McClinton Crosier ago, when she began taking j
U remains to be ,
; seen who will Sallie
Anderson
Lake County, Is in the city Mamie Bitters, which have completel1 --
.
.obtain the most by the end of the Cherry and Sadie Donalson. 1
streagt
: of his old friend Dr. C. S. her and restored the
fourth month. of 1i!. : '
From the fact that he was The farmers activity she had in the prime_ oJ."
t Wes Farnsworth's ICoom. are beginning
over Oakhurst by tha bring in their to writes Mrs. W. L. Gl1pa :
I We have three new pupils' thlsj ] cotton and a great deal re&tOI"tt e? :
'. early dawn this morning, It of it has been Danforth Me. Greatest
/week. : R sold today. Tha farm, .S, ..::
f ; .ed bat Jie has. a well de ers have been medicine the globe. .
: wise )( '
1 ,.Who out this J :
on
Seyeral were accountof year.
attack.of Oakhurst fever and, have$eldf their- They LiTer and Kidneys right P '
? ?
'
sickness, have returned. Interested in that' hand- 'price, wits fleecy-staple tiai the blood,'and cures Malaria;Bt- ;;:
1? The' highest i mark, on 'the monthly to the extent of several a fair profit sufficiently high to Justify,: and Weakness. Wonderful : -
to .
re le"B, was {received by Oscar In- The farmer Is them for their work. Tonic. Price 50c. GutfW**( .

,J entitled to. a fair and Barclay. & Groover Drug Store-.. 7'

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