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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 22, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
lccn - sn 95026788
System ID: UF00075905:00147
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aeon's big, circusiajsd.night 4.l Key West. Fla., OcL 22.-- Suryiv-:

per- -' ors from one of the houseboats of the
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Florida East Coast Railway Exten .
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" gregaiion is ex:
twwrrow morning, the sloe along the Keys tell.a harrowing

Ia t fins following this 1 \ tale of death and destruction during _

Jr ''The streets will j : the storm of Thursday. n I

lfgount, aid old to W. p... Dusenbery civil engineer in

iredcand, the performrt charge of the work on Long Key, who" -

:'. ,.: miraculously escaped death, arrived '

Ttia (ypi the circus {9 said Pw : ; .. here on the Russian steamer Jennie,

\i;}J gest_ ever used among other survivors rescued '

; e ? '. ;amd.tf.the different He says.houseboat No. 4, on which t T

..#laeir. lama one,after, were 150 men was struck by the -
rr8old bQ'seyeral day, beaiaaca \ -' storm at 5 o'clock Thursday morning -:

would be comat and was driven out Into the Gulf
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,0.ii has attempted toice The Russian steamer Jennie sight :
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;robaU i In the world ed the *wreckage and succeeded in ... }

tfMpe/speaks, every IanJw&rtance -. : rescuing the forty-nine men, who r ,

while many 1/// -H: .. were brought here.
Uiat la strange to the The other steamers with search :'
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--1. -, i lights were picking up dead and live c

"A '1. ,. .. men when the Jennie left the scene. =a
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There was another houseboat with
: <&3H J la.now In its eighty. 150 men on board at Long Key, y

Z:_ littertiifs: long' continued which Mr. Dusenbery thinks was also r
1 :: $#, appears swept to sea.

.. tfe" re it has played'before / .. ... There were in all ten boats at Long 4
*r| always larger; in re- ,' "'. : Key. Mortar mixers dredges and -. 3
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t If'Bhow'i' age" an unusual other boats engaged in the works _. ,

'.Wired., a fear days ago. The \ The survivors were furnished_ food 'i.

._ "'li: tots- It as follows: ..... '''i. 7 and clothing from the East Coast 1:
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'of(;(Bristol: men, woi "." .J given medical.attention. -, (. ;
Y $I1dren looked and waited Railway commissary". here and were ,.:;;,;? :>\

; indJooked.for John, Robflfcewill ', :,;--i The extension work on the rail.. \ aI.
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.. day Sunday. It was --c -, "f
; way along the keys were not damage .fJi. '1-
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Ia+le-beeq'here- at that timeOeiernoohn r" v 4 Wilder in Chicago Record-Herald. I .: "
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F Robinson, '- -:- 1- ...'""It... __ .. -- Miami Fla.. Oct. 22,-Reports .';

fc.tfc'fihow, through his son. from Long Key are that every house r"

'tbto Cason,, Jr., manager. 1s- was demolished, by Thursday's storm.

:, or4eftQ depart from Blue- and it was there that so many of the
WONDERS WHAT ITS POJIfICS'AREOklahoma ) ,
STATE ;
: :.(Sgaday,!Jornlngi and ar- men employed on the Florida East '., i"

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8rtoq\late\
Sunday night. Coast Railway extension lost their
? W the Sunday to be paa- lives. ,

- fbattncans. all this?' were tile Damage to the' roadbed and con d"j

the show people talked Will Have Its First Test in the Election of a Constitutional crete viaducts ot the extension was -.,,.

a tlreaed and tied to very light and there will be no delayin
,) ''their .Saturday evening Convention in November-Indians Will all Vote construction. -

,'d Saturday_night dreams. The i All the injured are in the hospital 3 ,

,,_ .had a'double surprise plan- Mukogee, I.. T.-Statehood for complexion of the delegates whether about the recent Immigration from here receiving the best of medica, ..t,

*1,000 people and an aged Oklahoma and Indian Territory on they be'Republican or Democratic as Texas Missouri and Arkansas and tention Mr. Henry M. Flagler having ;,
*" employe. Indicating the complexion of the new consisting ot Democrats born,. bred ;
I a joint basis being a certainty, it is telegraphed from New York: to
", e departing from Bluefield now only a matter of working out the state when the vote is finally polledat and dyed in the wool, who would vote spare no expense in caring for the -
k' agents purchased the first state election. the ticket if they were in Kamtschat-
a
'-- details.. But this is no small matterto men and their families,
of flowers and all the good the people of these territories. Jfever a Territory.The ka and the candidate were a stuffed Only a few of the men were dan- '
.e.:tte Bjuefield markets. A rhinoceros. This immigration they ''__
The people of Indian Territory have gerously injured most of 'them suffering
?& >ed with eatables drinks never before voted and the peopleof name "territory" is a misnomer say, will give a Democratic majorityin merely from sprains bruises
LFLT_ ; The snow! for this subdivision of the republic Indian Territory that will offset
people scent- Oklahoma have never had a chance abrasions and exposures to the weather.
_ "- nr, bat just what they until now to vote at a real election.So for the reason that it never has the Republicanism of Oklahoma '
:wt figure been and never will be a territory.It to That remainsto
put, leaving some spare.
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in a way, it is like baby's first Throughout Dade county the dam
always has been an Indian reservation '
.P60?*!.PM Performer Christmas tree. be seen. age done to orange and grape fruit
governed by the
theoretically
On November 6 the people will Senatorial trees was large the fruit being beaten
morning interior and 'about all Aspirants.It
came. The four department,
choose 110 delegates to a constitu- r off the trees and ruined and in -
; r'Jxt1 cars, hauled bynatives the real authority applied to it came is generally conceded that one of
: tional convention, evenly'apportioned I some cases large trees were uprooted -
? moved out of the from orders from Secretary Ethan the two senators-when the time
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': between Oklahoma and Indian Ter ; or broken off.
".' ,yards'of. the Norfolk and. Allen Hitchcock in Washington. As comes to choose them-will be from
ritory. Six days after the electionthe
--railroad, About ten miles! large in area as Indiana and quite as Oklahoma and the other from In- BRUNSWICK. _
delegates will meet in Guthrie to THE STORM AT
traiq
\stopped. It was betweent4n4 rich in natural resources well peopled dian Territory. Of course B. S. Ma- .
_* frame a constitution.The \
? < Ada. Upon the moun- and with every condition favorable guire and Dennis Flynn are hopeful Did :
,building of a constitution Drove Water Into the City, Hat '
.- a humble home, the homeqQre. for Industrial advancement it in Oklahoma; and on the other side
Little
sounds very dignified and grand but Damage.
... -- ,.said to be 100 years has been permitted to wabble alongin of the line Tams Bixby, of the Dawes .m'
.' 4.me to the, door, his silver as a matter of fact what is, Interesting a happy-go-luck fashion until now commission and -Judge Stewart, of Brunswick Ga." Oct 21.-The I II
viOl the politicians of the new state Is I Brunswick about midnight ; ... n
".. In'lhe- mountain breeze. statehood with any conditions, at South McAlester are looking up. I storm struck -:
not the of those
-. ayes'surveying the feast of wording safeguardsfor tached comes as a deliverance and a The judge is a Democrat and was last night and raged three (;
jwt below him. It personal liberty and property promise of and future. 'hours. The wind reached a Velocity ;
recalled a great happy law of Senator
J once a partner Bailey '
< which inhere in the habeas I.
'The past rose as a dream. corpus -which fact since the Pierce-Waters of forty to fifty miles an hour. The
.f and the Jury system. It is rather Guesses at Result. 'tide the highest it _
imembered his oil disclosures he this morning was
circus is not braggingon.
.:#hye Robinson banner, He the prospective gerrymander' of the Many citizens never have had a Bixby was once secretary of the has been in several years forcing

,'1ploye; .of Uncle John Rob- new state. This and the political chance to discover whether they are Minnesota Republican state committee. the water Into Newcastle street. It :

_ .,. into the city. The lions roar, hyenas The cable to St. Simons is
T i. And eighty years ago mostly accused of being Democrats newspaper in Muskogee having deserted damage.
hjwl, elelphants trumpet with bears
"".- ,.?H'as a. visitor. Today he but Tams Bixby who knows the members the staff of a New York daily down. ,

_ '.-. .,living witness to the ages. growling, camels snorting will cause of the five civilized tribes all byname to come out west a few brief years
the people along the tracks to thinka SEVENTY RIOTERS IXUICTED.
he can truthfully and thinks a lot of them would ago, is likewise a Republican possi-
jungle, had broken loose..
_ state; 'John Robinson's vote the Republican ticket if they bility. s
,,'!fit fta jsighty-fitth year.' have Everybody will rest after the tents know some good man on it-some The Indians of Indian Territorywill Cases Set for Trial In Atlanta This!
# been put up Saturday morningand Week.
hetrain-left' for here, Gov- the one, for instance who had been on nearly all vote. The five civil
during day the majority of
nsoa gave Joshua $300 in the Dawes Indian commission ized tribes are not blanket Indians. Atlanta. Oct. 22.-Seventy riot
Thu performers, and workers will attend '
circus: People presented Oklahoma is said to be certainly There are still some restrictions to eases are set for trial in the Superior
;IM'IJ1. services to be held by the Rev. W. H.
"J._.. ; U18 and silver. Sheak, a Methodist Episcopal minister Republican. Roosevelt is very strong prevent the alienation of homesteads Court this week. t
: ableYnlmxlstrain who there. And the fact that B., S.. Maguire but within the next five years most g One or two of the men are charged ,
travels, with. the circus...
:, f and Dennis Flynn, the dele- of the land of Indian Territory; will ', with murder, but most of them' =

."car which after come In' Frl- 4. Forerunners- Arrive. gates to congress in recent years be held in private ownership, which simply! rioting. -|
carload of i
animal* from< ; desertV, Late yesterday'evenlng five gentler have been Republicans- seems to indicate will hasten development enormoust1and Awhile some, of the cases will. not

ataig.chigats..wiujb :swamp majority of this party. The will.likewise bring the land 'uiider' stand, it Is said there will- no doubt -

;,.., 'r... Polled i (Coatinued'oa. ,page.eight) Democratic politicians talk_ a lotJ. taxation. .-..1\\be, a large percentage of convictions.

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,', the .1' StanseU, ., &.:?, .. .iiTraatferredI
Notice is hereby given:that '
following names 'were stricken from Slowman G,. SL., ;. .Lert County,
c ... the Registration Books.of Suwannee J6 Slowman, ;$., Jr; Left Coanty
-," -. Florida the Board of 4 Slade. EU'T. ..,.,*; Left County;
by
-., ,... 'X" C or ,!t, ."": .;. <,- '3 ;JL ''1' -, -.k "-. "- County County Commissioners, of said County 13 Stewart.J. ?3. *..:.Left County.

Xt X, 4tz.'-"Have you heard the latest ,_at their meeting held October IT, 1 Saunders, C. 0...,*.Double '
r -** rVhyv *>-*- 1906, and that any3 person whose .1 Sttklss, F. A. ...Double
$ :;" name -.bas been stricken .therefrom. 1 Scruggs J. D. uh ftCountl,
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1 Stanford, J.1.. ,., ,Left
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County
:r- <" may before said Board on -
appear
: : ; ,1 ,; !:7?': October 27. 190$,:to show cause why 2 Sauls, .J., P. ...u ,Transferred .
= ; n..I-\ what is it; dear?'' f;-' -? *;: their names should be restored: J Townsend* S. E. *.Left County 1'' as
": 14 Williams. M. ,.Left
; ; County
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Dist' Names. 6 WeatheringtonC.S.; Left County '

f )t., X-*The Live Oak Brokerage & Commis-< Ash, G. D: *.;;..,,Left County 9 Wallace J. H. ...,.Transferred
: o 6 Adams J., Au...... *.Dead 17 Whatley W. D. .*.Double '
S&&C&.have on the road expecting it every" 5 Addler.:W.. t.. .. ..Left County 4 Walker O. P. -.., ,Left County r i* ,,1$*

day 1,100 sacks of the Famous Snow Flake 5 Allen _Geo _... .. ,Dead 4 Walker W. W. ..-. ..Left County
., 11 Allen Franklin ....Dead Whitfield., C.. H, ,.Transferred
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-5 Flour made in Nebraska 11 Allison G, W. ., .Dead 16 Walker, C., A. .. *Left County

a: 3 Anderson, J. S.... .Left County 1 White. J. F,, Jr.,. .Left County ATT( sn
= jf 3 Anderson Allen .. Left County 1 WlUard C. B-. Left County
}Irs.. Z-*1 am so.glad! Now, we can have good 7 Brannen R. C. .. Transferred L 8 Weaver D,. F. Left County Will do > -

Biscuits and Bread ." ', 17 Byrd T. F... .. .Left CountyBoyette 1 White, G. C. ...,..Dead
again. 2 Wraner, W. J. '
..Transferred
:. 17. H. N. t.. ..Left County .
4' '-e' 13 Butler, R. W.. ....Left County 13 White 0. B. ...,. Transferee EooII! 1 oJ,It {

'; 3 Boyd H. H... ..Left County 13 Wesley Hardee ..Left CountyA. '
z Mrs- X "Me too, dear, their add will show.the: 9 Brock. Martin ..DeadivesandmyGrocerwillsurehave LEE HUMPHREYS, LlVEo-1'' "::"

<' dayItarr 9 Brown. Abram ,, .Dead J. W. BRYSON Chairman.
11 Brinson J. W..Dead
Clerk.
to send me up a sack. ,A little high'inprice P 8 Bryson W. J... .. .Transferred EEATT03NEY4

but-" 1 Burns. M. C..Dead i iIi
2 Burns, G. W.......Transferred I i 1e 1\eaaelUe. .
.', 2 Bassett, W. L...., .-Dead "The Elizabethan ruff Is likely to return (
.. x 6 Black, W. B..uuLeftCounty :. ." said Ma Twaddles, looking up LIVE OA' p l
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1 Bozeman W. 1I.. .Dead from the fashion paper she was read
i 6 Blanton, J. D. u.Transferred lag. wID prieticsia 'I p
w ,1 Brinson, F. B... ,. ,Double "If he does." responded Pa Twad
mUWmIlPllllliUlUlUlllIIIIPlllllmnmmmmIlUmmmmmWmmmmlllmUmJI; : : 6 Boston, G. I. .....Left CountyBrewer dles, with energy "you set the dog oo edtoi.ofEeatalK. Ml
1 T. W. .Left County
,'-- him. Do you hear?** Noun]
F: 1 Butler, -J. T. .*. Left County va
.F 1 Brock. J. M. .. .Double A CnrioB. Tomb s
1 Burnett G. L..DoubleWO' GSBaoWx.Y'
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The _
16 Brown C. H.. .. Transferred I most curious toaib in England is
I For STOVES or FIRE PLACE 16 Blanton, J. P..* ,,.Left County<< that of Lady Anne G rims ton, daughter B 4PFiYSICIAi'
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0 D' 16 of the Birt of Thanet. who died pearl
.. Barr. T. L. Z. ,.. .Lest County .
;# 16 Burgman, J. H..LeftCounty two centuries ago and was buried in
Any length from 14" inroes to 4 feet Tewin
E- 15 Cope S. J. .u Left County churchyard. Upon her deathbed
t 8 Carroll, R. E. ...Dead she disregarded ,'the efforts of those _
x Will deliver in 1 Cobb P. D. .H Left County who sought to administer spiritual
any part of live OakMcADOO 1 Cobb, J. H. . Dead comfort An atheist she. Lad lived an LIVE

1 Collins. W. K. ... Dead atheist she would die. .it Is as likely
.6 Carver, W. V. Left OAK.DixmBtf
County that I should'rlsC!' again from the Iead,*
r 1 Cross, O,. M. .. Double she saId. "as that L.
a tree should
& BAIS' DEN .1 Carroll, Jacob ..-. ..DoublBUTW growGut
of tie
14 Cason P. Q. Lett middle of my coffin." A
( BROTHERS) H" County '
tree has grown out of the middle of her
F:{ 14 Douglas J. A..Left County DJELMOBTODONTU
,x Phone No. 9 Daniels. J. B. .. .,. Left County colonan oak-and by Its side a sycamore
19TH 1 Davis, Jeff. L. .Left County The vault Is square of brick ;

-' 15 Dorsett T. L .. Transferred and gnuJie.. The two trees first filled WoBI[,;:| ,
-. .. 13 Dorsey, E. R. ,..Left County the interior before they could find away _
,T US Delegal, L. ?oJ.Left
\ County out. When they did burst through -
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17 Dowling. Geo. .Dead the .;
If- i:., itysssszsssmszs? 14 Dees. J, H. .. Left County, masonry to envelop they the so grave.spread as completely DOI't ''Uav' y ; '
; i 8 Foster, J. M.. Sr..Dead ,

[iii.,.; Waterman Fountain Pens I 3 Gamble J. H, .Left County Z3
{ .;; f 9 Griffin G, F. .. ..Left County A Badly Burned Girlor Work Bllc :
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l'" Gillette Razors 6 Griffin A. J. . ..Left County boy, man or is ] ': J
: and Blades 1 Goff, J. C. .. ; ..LeftCounty woman quickly At the m" t
.,;e r 1 Gill, Allen . .Transferred out of pain if Bucklen's Arnica Salve :' jj1.
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Kodaks Brownie Cameras 1 Gray G. L. ; .. .LeftCounty is applied promptly. G. J. Welch, of ".!;, ;;;"i
16 Giles Jas. .. ::
,, Left ttiT
Tekonsha
County
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says: it I in
use
; 14 Goolsby, A.. B. .. iT s
"' Huyler's Candies. 16 Gardner M, Pt Left.LeftCounty County my family for cuts, sores and all skin I m n n u1.Bulldtheininder&

16 Graham. Solomon .Dead Injuries, and find it perfect." Quickest a -', '

i Victor Talking Machine and 1 Grant Sykes .. ;Dead Pile cure known. Best heals g
Records 4 Hurst, J. S. .' :. .Transferred salve mad 25c at Barclay Groover I
16 Hurst, P. L, .?. Transferred .
16 Hunter, T. L. Left County Drug.. Store. tee. Have Built:fftaiam
Suwannee 1 Hankins.. D. ,Left County -- Building BHHw
Drug Company 1 Haile W. A. .. ,Left Coun -

1 1 KigginbothamR.K.Head W. :P. < ,Left County Just Received( For Best Prices;$&
Left County \ H ADI
WJP.O. ,
4 Hart. W. H. . :.Left County
13 Hankerson, J, W.. .Left County at TUB BAND BOX Box No.4. IAII -
13 Hankerson J.. F. .LeftCounty -
.r. 17 Ingram B. R. ,. ,Transferred
17 Ingram E. S. Transferred_ New Fancy Waists in

Florida State Institute" 16 8 Irtns lagerville J. S.Mitchell." .LeftCouaty Dead silk, lace net and nuns-, rw Od1

16 Idlett Nathan .Dead veiling. I Imy
16 Id'ett, Theodore .Left County
68 ,RIVERSIDE AVENUE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 15 JerridQ.. Willis ,, .Left County Ready-to-wear

Situated the 3 Jones T. G. . .Dead Hats, I
on banks of the
St. Johns River t 13 Jesse, Abram .. .Left Cou for ladies\ and children A 2 Morse wagon W

1 Perfect Facilities. Perfect Location. 13 Jones, M, C. ;'. Left County 2 18 inch wood for'$1J
113 Jotnson, P. B. Left County for early Fall wear.

Johns, H.. P. ..;. ,Left County
Mrs.. Schumacher's strictly private sanitorium for administering I 14 Keen, J. T. .. .,Left County Kid Gloves, elbow i FaraisheJ"' ,
1 Kempton G. M. .Left County
a special quick and painless treatment for all forms of the 2 Kicklighter J, Transferred length. Leave orders at 1L L _
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drug habit and alcoholism, approved medical attendance and 9 Law, S. B; Dead i r
15 Lacquey N. 1. ..Left County New Muslin Underwear H. WIMBEBtt:
nurses. Write or call for detailed information. _
l- ti Leggett, R. J. Dead Q
16 Lane A. H. ... .Left County in beautiful de- o+o+ '
16 Leak, J. L. ... H' .Left County ':
""- ...-'- 16 Locklier H. 'J, .. ..Left Cou ty signs. DAY CURL .
16 Locklier C. J. ..LeftCounty ;
t 16 Leggett W. W. .Left County: pLS
17 Lamb J. P. ? .Transferred Mrs. ,
g E. N. ,
C E HUMPREYS 17 Lawson. M. M. .Transferred Lawler.THE ] GI/S' AIi'

1 Lloyd, J. W., u ?Dead __ ,_ 4PlIL'II""C A 3
1 Lawler, N. J. ..Dead h f'tMO'IIII8.ilO6.W00IJM0VI'' -
1 Lowe J. E. ...Transferred "'
r- CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 5 Miller Hance' . .Dead lEI m UUBSEQ EDrnoi OF .

9 Mickler. H. A. .Dead WEBSTER'S
S 16 Mills, J. E. ,',. i. Left County INTERNATIONAL
Proprietor 16 Mock, W. A. . .TransferredMcCaskill DICTIONARY
3 J. C.. .Left County
Florida Novelty Works 3 McLeod, A. J., Jr..LeftCounty. EscaLlaYocaDnlary.Itiethemcet and contents, judiciously tI>>
1 McDanielV lected to exclude
m. Dead corruptions or good
usage annicsliti
1 Morrison R, M.Left County to avoid uninte11ig1Me tee r
See, me before building your house. Everybody 2 Meeks, H. ,M .TransferredMcFarland hceIa m Arranement. Each n
ii 1n word be-
1 O. .Transferred a paragraPh in its correct alphabetical
else does. 6 place and fe readily -
Moseley G. P. .Left County bcell caught by the eye
m
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17 Mitchell, W. T. Dead pete and Etymolo Ses. ThesB are com.-
IlCientit1c.
13 Mattair, D .. . .Dead resultsotphilolog and embody the best
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Residence and office, Phone 188. 13 Mathis. M,C. :. .Left County hee1I crowded Into ) 1'he1arenotSCrimped places
6 Newsome. W. S. Transferred crated by In l"ronunc1&tion which is fndi..
2 Nobles, :M. E. . Dead marked letters respelling used with in the the diacritical
1 Newlan, W. R Dead pUblio the sounds lChoois.or which are taught Schoolbook in the,

E 1 Overstreet, S. T. .Dead hce1a In
17 Parker: W. A. .Transferred Leree, yet complete Definitions and They are
IImmmmUmllmiImnmm"ummmmllllmmllmm:: :: : : : ::lIImmmms 17 Page, W, P. .. .Double shades order.1n which the word are baa given uired in th its
3 16 PrItchard, J. T, .Left County boas Ofmmea.nmg., Many of tho deSn
4 1 Poucher, A. . Dead -
1 E. ..Left It"..,mttAppudJxwhichlsaiacked "WHO FILLS >fYD.lt'GBTERr'1 -
; 15 : hJja . dCounty other ... Work knowledge D1etlonarr No

S'UWANNEE BAKERY 13 Parnell, J; D. ,. .Transferred formation book. 01'embodiea is as mucb IlSef in. '
13 Privett, P, R .Transferred home, study chool.10 tndispell8able 01' omce. the is a natural q \
13 Quarterman, J., II.. .Transferred The International has 2380 part of a ph1
6 Roann. G. W. . .Left County. to pages with 5000 illustrations.qnarX for hisAnswer vatieqti". :! '::'
11 Robinson, P. S. 25,000
a .Dead new words have Tbe Bread Cake Pies Et C. 1 Rickard, J. J. .LeftCounty been added and the recently : dsict, ;. ;
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1 Rhoden, T. D..Left County the World, and B pScaTDSG.&C.MERRIAMCO and note your -
\ 1 Rhoden S.. M. .LeftCounty tipnaiy have been faction. Why? B :
1 Rhoden. Snowdie Left vised nailer completely re- eareta1. :.
:7 Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a 1 Rhoden, I.Y, Left County County T. H fh-D.the supervision, LL.D. of S. knoll how of I!. ; ,
-j 'e 16 Roberts. N. V, .Dead ComnusslOner i of Educatioi U. as to purity ,
i i; Specialty. At the old,Raeket. Store, in front of 1 Revels Henry .Dead .!REE-"A Test In and exactness ot-.,' _
r' > 1 Race, H. C. .1' ,.Left County ...""u\'e and entertaining Pron1lDC1a.&D." In. mg. .
f' .. the Court House. Qiegjand' Knowles Props 1 Robertson. A. J. .Lef Couny far illustrate the who1e family blgp CJ.' -- -'
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Y '5 Strickland, John *.,Left County 8PRiHf1F1ELo.II Me. ', .

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RAILWAY GIANT MAGNETS. yM M -. .-'.. .....--It' ..- ..-'" .. '" *- ****
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a .."> ,. .....-.'1' SCHEDULE, TLe, ,Operatic# of Lifting .Moaate. LIVE: OAK STEAM (

:, WWS! -OH 3. tA.'L. BY. ANB J..V.,L.,Rt.. AT LIVE'OAK.CENTJUL'TWZ. .. t, Loud- With Theme LAUNDRYLargest / j)

,4 The pecu 1 properties of an electrl '
.j IitJD III., ; current often lead to fancy thai and best -
one equipped Laundry MiclFla._ :--:
No. 1. No. j. it jnay perchancebe endowed with thp. .. ,'
3 -
a'I ? Mali Loeal spirit ofintelUence. so,mysterious, are "" .

.. 'STATIONS. 'O Ezp&Dd'..... Exeept Dail7 Its Inner workings. All work First class in 4Pro
AA most curious of 1 every respect. "
t ;:( ;, .. D&i17. SandY use electricity .11 .
the adoption of.lifting-magnets In machine > ,; pt service, and 'delivery.and shipments :--\-, \ .

' r :tU" < shop and mill practice. An ele :'::. ; to out of town customers when, ':":-;=" t
_'' o-1r -...,.. u--Ar 10 ZO a JII 610 P'll tro magnet In Its simplest form ,coi -. 1.-
,
"promised.
All lost
4-;; 0I1er.--. :.,..... .. ...... 0 .. ...Lv. 10 00 a m G C yMMSWLaey. JII lists of a piece of soft Iron wound wit ., ": : or damaged' articles" -- .:- -:5':. ,:"
: '. a large ''number of turns of insulate / -:will be paid'J.or' : : ;' ;- ; : : :: .; ;":" -
......____..:....-Lv. 52 a m i 18 pm :- '
copper wire. When an electric currei : : .
...,....;Lanes-M ..L. .. .b0 a iii 115 pm passes through the windings of wit : ':

_E1rll.lalld z.C .. ....._--1.1'. t 44, a'1Ii,. 15 05 pmU' the .electric forces are converted Into Work under personal supervision of -
magnetic forces the coil of wire.
/: _.... ...1.1' E6 'Iron
Wilmarth.-- 4 50
M. s JII P ID assume all the
and .core of soft
LESTER .
W1lmarth-- _...._Ar. SCARBOROUGH Proprietor .
characteristics of a common steel .mat ,
.
''0>, LI'I'.... pel'
-- :"' ._ ,
S ; ...:". -? _..Luravl11e.or L6 ---_.__..,..'..... The operation of lifting magnets is LIVE OAK, FLA.SOUTHERN ,
'
,;,:!-, __WilmaJlta.-- quite simple. The magnet is attached . . . N . . .. . . . . . .
_, .____w mar6th.; _............. .. .Aa 1& a ID CUp m to the crane hook and the ends of the '

all .--SllwanneeRlver_............. .....Lv. 3Z.II 43% pm wire forming the coll are connected .
%.8. directly with the dynamo. The crane
---,..., .NorwoocL.1.1 ..... ....... .. ... .LT. 1 ZO a iii 412 pm is then swung so that the magnet Is RAILWAY. .

-, -_.May.....__............_.1.1' 1a 1ft 400 P lit suspended directly over the 'metal t to ; -

.....N.-', ., .____---- be removed. The magnet is then"lowered "
4.1..M.- 1.6 I TWO TRAINS DAILY TO WASHINGTON AD NEW YORK, |
I :
1ton. until U comes in contact w|_the: .
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p.--.A' r- .., ...._..... ................ ..Ar.r" object the current Is turned on, the _

:-- :i;, .,....---__14ayo.U .. _............. 1.1' hoist is raised and the mass of metal Schedule Effective November 26. 1905. '

* ,... ....; ,.. ..M'yo.-_ ..............- .Ar. 10 a )11 a 36 pm to be moved clings to the magnet.
r-M .. East '
I.i When the load reaches the desire No.S4No. I TweTraina No.12 NORTH AND WEST ;
-.', __.san ..__._...M.ar. 9 0 am 325 p.e.f. .05& f Mp L1'.JacbODville..Ar =
; 'I { Ar.Jaekaoavitle Ry Ar
be without firs p
It
point may dropped 4 Ar .. "
11 II COpL1'.Jeuup -
-.:..;,...... ..._...SaJtitolld___......_--I.v.. 8 51 a m 315 p Ib lowering the magnet or It may be lowered .. 1 ZOp 13 Up oo.I L1'.S&vannaJa..Ar 10 1 30p 5OaIL1'.Kactn.L1'.J..up.Ga Ga.S.8.lt7.L1'&'6'L l'

its a[ <,>::..a..-- ..--.-.Aakold..II.Z ........ ..._-. _...Lv. 840. m 2451v the current shut off and the material 1006p 655. 6 t 56a M..Cllarlotte.r..CoIumbia..L1'. :1.1' i T I iOaIAr.AtlutaGa.S.a Ry.L1'RJ'.Ly
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deposited gentlyt The crane .- 12 56& 12 51D Greelllboro..LY a..S..
w 4 :__....,..' Of..4 M, .Chsrl9a...._................. ;....Lv .33. m Z 35 p ID erator needs no help to load or unload oj- i t16a ?P Ar..Danville..Lv' 9 a %4 SIt Ar.Ar.Chat'aag Daitoal 1'8.Ry.fi R7.L1'Ii 4
.- aD Ar..Rickinond..Ly 5 2ef Ar.Lezingte KQ..c'L1'
:-
', -, : .jenboL1owq....._......._....:L,. 815. m Z O pm the time with a saving of from thre 662* 6 lOp Ar.CharlottesvUl.Lv g COp .'.v CinCbattL 0 Big 4.1.1'
t.G to four ..-Xew York.Herald. 9 45a t SOp Ar.Washington..Lv lOa Ar.Cbicaao DL Big tLvU
y .; \ ; ___.. -_ ark.-_..............._.Lv. 8 08 a m 135 pm men. .... 11 35p ..u.lSaltim ._. L1' a SSp L1'Ciac't'ti PLLiuea.Ar
.!-w- DeS.s 1 C5p Z 35a Ar ...W Phila...L'Y T lOa Ar.Chieuo Linu.Lv
SO] ''.:1 I 4-.... ..,__Ferry_MM_....._. .Lv aoo.m lZOpm THE BLOUSE.. -4 Up-S-80a-- Ar..: New York...Lv -8 C5p- 1'.Cine'&tti cn.A D.M c

J..-. a--- I No.. 34 and u'-"New York and FlorIda Ez7 23s Ar ChiaguMon.RouteL'IpreaaH .
,, 'I Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping 6 .Cia'na.ti C.H.k D.Ar
'orteJfpholWl Station; (f) Flat Station. (r) Renter (i) Regular Stop (&) i It. Xante Came Originally From Pe Car. Port Tampa and Jacksonville to New York. 5 IAr-Toledo.-C. H.A D'L'YNoa. 1I
", .' ., T. P. ALSTON. SuperinUndent.BA lailnm la EgrPt 30 ..."WashiDa'tOD and Florida T YSa'Ar Detroit,Mich.P ILLyUmited ..,
"" r -
Room Steepng .
Daily Pullman Drawing
-,'Central P MBfw Agent. The environs of Pelusium, la lowe Car Jacksonville to New York. Dining Car. 6. SOp L1' Cin'Ji&ti.B Four.AIAr.ClevelaDd.Bi6FourL1'

z Egypt, In ages past stood foremost 45a!
culturof TBaOUGB LAND or TO Say. : P Lv.Lez.ngtoa.s..Rp.Ar
lands where the Na 30
among sunny
lOp Lv.Loa.yWL.S. Ry..LvT
I a i'Oak Perry & Gulf indigo and the manufacture of fat 55p 1.1'__.. Jacksonville Fla. M..Ay T alAr.St Louis..S. fty.L1'
tics died with it were the principal In. 12 15& Lv._.... Sayannsh. Ca.__ r 10 02alAr.Annetoa.A 8.R7L1' -
6 00a Ar..Columbia. S. C.Lv 13 Ola Ar.Birm'baJD.A.8.RJ.L'f
dustries. In the middle ages when the 1 SOp Ar..Ashville, N. C.--....Lv 6 06p Ar.J4enaphis-.Friseo..Lv >
: Railroad Company. Crusaders landed on the coast of Z 37p ArM .H.ot Spnngs. N. C.L1' 9 40a Ar.KansuCttJFriaeoLY x +
> 6 QOp Ar....._ Kll xvile.! Tean.Lv 8 3 P Ly.Memhla. Tena. :.u -
,<. 1 Egypt and. entered Felsium wh(>rePort 8 60& Ar..L uiavile. Kl._Ly 920a Ar.Hot SpriDI'SArk..LY 'r
\ SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 20. It 5. Said is now situated, they purchased 'l2p Ar.. _..St. LwIL Mo._....Lv '
8 158 Br..__...Cincianatt O._..._.1Lv 'brawing n
quantities of the blue material ,0. 3O.-Daily Pullman Room Ballet
0 C Sleeping Car Between Jackaoavile. Hend.zwa- u
'' .{ .0"t-a NO g,. ... which they cast over their panoply of EXCEUENT DINING CAR SERVICE ON gills Ashville,Hot Springs Knonille and ()iQein.nattl. : ,-
ALL TRAINS =
'tI 'tI Iej Afterward the same materia -
d
: 6h I > c: 41 war. .
; ; Fn.andPua STATIONS. a x x i ;I'z i z was made In France and became the -
No. -Florida Limited-Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through day .a:hea and Pullman Sleep 3 j;
the working garment
of which
3I If fabric s
No. a ....-......-..... --- inc Car*.JacksoniBle to Atlanta. Chattanooga and Cmcimnatti Ala Pullman Sleeping Car Jtarap
ilyTa1r..Sun of the male peasant was made and Ito : to Colored Springs Co..,via Birmingham lem h1L.Kansas City. ,

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Ml
P.IL this day. .. I I 'I. |I J I- I I 1. A -'" 1 U" "H N II i I
II I
M, P. 11. P. Y. A. IL A. ldLeave' ij I |l Illpll ( 1 | '
Lear.240 Arrive Arrive Arrive ArrlrL30 The name of the locality was given JAMES FREEMAN District Passenger Agent 108 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.Fla
Z 54 Live Oak...- 4 SG MO 10.00 '.Cd, the fabric and this was retained bj; S. H!HA1IDWICL P.T.M3 W.H.TAYLOR.G. P.A. G. B. ALLEN.A.G.P.A
LD 416 U8 US 9.lLQ
a- I I 01 00 -Starr Rocky Sink._,.-... I 412 5.2t 9.4z 9.lL5y the French production contracted > z

115 -.Jdereer.,.. 408 UQ US 9.1'1US to Pelouse, which later on was changed
405 .11 US '.03
14 I 30 ._.vPlash.Lale&8ter..-,_. 166 Loa 1.26 1.50 to; blouse (pronounced bluze). The
r L9 r. 1.1' 14S L1'5.00 Lv 11.18 Lv 1.40 SEABOARDAir
L1' Dowling Parlt smock worn by English male peasants:
,:t45 i 15 M 1 39 Ar Ui Ar 1U0 Ar 8.12
r4.43 411 ,....Chane- alS Lv L50 9.05 &.08 U a ,similar garment and, though it is:
1. C 2G -.Bell.-- a 30 ArU8 Ui not written In history that the blouse
'
; ; I 28 1.03 8.84
our Ar. Mayo Junction 125 U3 Lv crossed channel after Its Line Railway y
425 9.00 Lv 8.01 the soon
j 1.11) Lv, .... _... .
819 Ar 8.M
L40 Ar'1.41
a 1.01 4 46 _._..51.._.... II 15 U4 U 1.35 entry into' France it would seem
..1.10 4 52 ,- Townsend-.. a 47 4.30 U5 :.28 probable from the fact that in other Columbia Southern Pines Raleigh 7
\- 528.: 5 12 _-Smith.._. 141 8.30 1.0I! For Savannah, Camden ,
'UII S 27 .J'enholloway_ Lv 285 4.1t 8.15 times; the smock was now and then
1.50 Ar. 540 .._Perry-.... L1' 3.60 Lv 8.00 Ly 6.4 called "blowse." New York -
a Baltimore Philadelphia
'110 Ar .6 M Hampton fip a. Lv205 Lv3.2O Lv 7.30 LvU5c' Richmond, Washington, ,
This, fair ladies is the origin of the -

and garment of our warmest affection to, rs
MAYO ALTON Three Elegant Trains Daily
which we hate loyally clung for yearsin .1

:,', J I spite of many ruthless detractors SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED ,
f'rt,11Id Psea Passenger Frt. and PI8II Frt- and Pass I. Passenger and will continue to do so notwithstanding '
STATIONS [
fNo.; 1 Na 11. .No. 8 No 16 j4 the fact that, whether called"bluze" ] SEABOARD EXPRESS -
pan, 8.So Sunday Only Daily ex Snn IJajJ': Sun. Sunday__Ont. "
aristo
"blowse it is not of
or MAIL
:.--l-Il-- : A.1d. PAM. A.M. SEABOARD
Leave p Arrive Arrive Arrive. ratio: ,lineage.
'
:UO 5.10 Dowlin.r Park 8.01 3.30 8.54 7_
Ts t40 6 May Junction 7.8 3.20 8.<<
u .
4.1.1 Clark 8.10 8.33 Landor and Wordaworth. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
lOS U4 Peterllon 1.85 1.00 8.22L39 a-
6,56 Mayo 1.20 U8 a 8.11 Walter Savage Landor was an Intemperate Solid Pull-
the only :
1L4, _r.02! Alton Lv 1.00_ Lv 2038 Lv 8.00 person In/words and hated The SEABOARD FLORIDA 'LIMITED, Daily

'!Po Connection mode at Dowling Park for all traina to and from Live Oak and Parr] Wordsworth. Were there ever more man Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonville yY

If iiGQ; I Building II te connections.Live Oak with other line 'phone or call on Gener1EJNaPrtaident Passenger Agent contemptuous words than these of Lan- and New York via Richmond Washington.. Leave St. Augus'r

Bbln R P HOPKINS. General Passenger Agent for In reference to Wordsworth? "Pas ine 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily, including Sundays. -

tiuess and flatness are the qualities of
,
-- a pancake and thus far he attained his ONLY LINE

end. Let him place the accessories on
lanticCoastLin the table lest what is insipid and clammy berating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans. -
e grow into duller accretion and Fo ful1IRrmatl(1I1IUI M."p"r reservations call ;
Seaboard write
of or
moister viscidity the more I masticate on any; went

It." In Lander's letter to Ralph Waldo S. C. BOYLSTON, JR., T

:rida.. Georgia, Alabama, Emerson he writes:_ "We must now Assistant JACKSONVILLE.FLA.General Passenger Agent.. ._ _
descend to Wordsworth. lie often ga"eau

.ii finia North Carolina and opinion on authors which he never -

ad read". Plato for instance. He INSPECTORS AXD CLERKS. Wilson and Parks Llpsey, Inspectors, .
peaks contemptuously of the Scotch. and S. D. Hugglns Clerk.
South Carolina.- List of Inspectors and Clerks appointed District No. 13-H. E. Delegal. G.
I praised a line of Scott's on the dog of S
by the Board of County Com W. Umstead and J. J. Corbett Inspectors ,
,. a traveler lost in the snow (if I remem- missioners on October 17, 1906 for and B. F. Umstead. Clerk.
ere on Skiddaw. lIe said It was the the General Election to be held November District :No. 14-T. C. Williams :a

4 The Great Highway of Travel from lily good one ln the poem and began 6, 1906: L. B. Davis and W, L. Mclnnis, Inspectors -
nstantly to recite a whole poem of his District No. 1-T. J. Lyle J. S. and C. F. O'Donnell Clerk. +,

wn> on the same, sject.." Kinkaid and F. I. Robertson, Inspectors District No. 15-J. A. Gilley. T.
jasi. West Norm soia.TO ... and J. P. Lamb. Clerk. J. Lanier and J. A. Cason, Inspectors
*#f. Button. District No. 2-W. E. Harrell H. and W. L. Fuller Clerk. ,
A. Thompson and J. R. Bassett Ins District No. 16-W. V. Goff J. L.
ancient as
Buttons certainly as
are pectors. and W. A. Nobles Clerk. Pennington and W. E- Vann. Inspectors
THE;.EAST, THE FAMOUS he siege of Troy in the ninth century District No. 3-Will McLeod. J. O. and W. H. Mobley Clerk. _

before our era. for both In that unfor- Boatright and J. H, Hunter Inspectors District No. 17-J. S. Parker. W.

DA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED mate city i.e. at Mycenae Dr. Schlie- and T. T. Hart. Clerk. H. Johnson and T, W. Scott. Inspectors r'

mann discovered objects of gold silver District No. 4-J. W. Grant J M. end H. B. Brown Clerk

ND NEW; YORK 'EXPRESS. and bronze which could have had no Tucker and A. J. Rice Inspectors A. LEE HUMPHREYS 1 a '

other use than that of buttons. In and Y. H. Ballentine. Clerk. Chairman.J.
isasj H. H. Hunt S. .'
uediaeval times the clothing of the District No. 5-T. W. BRYSOX Clerk.

: MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLYHF common people was generally fastened M. Martin and J. T. Green. Inspec-
tors, and Bart Newburn Clerk.

W[U1 I VIA ATLANTA. with those wooden resorted llegil of to the in type emergencies and form District No. 6-A. J. Miller L. B. Don't forget to call for guess

,
Barnes and H. W. Mosley Inspectors the
of the present day. of seeds in
the boy number
.... by country and G, P. Howell, Clerk. at the
Buttons covered with cloth were pro- District No. 7-Andrew J. Bass.
\N I CARS AND THROUGH COACHES ON :ALLTRAINS. IbiteJ ly George I. In 1720 to eucour- T. P. Hurst and W. A. Mock, Inspectors pumpkin when buying one

ae the manufacture of metal buttons. and W. L. Sullivan Clerk. !dollars' worth at
'oast Line mileage books, good to all points, via all District No. 8-J. A. DeBerry J.

:ar East as Washington and as far West as St. Louis, Blood Poisoning U.and Right J. V.and Brown J. H.Clerk.Johns, Inspectors I FLA. BOOK SUPPLY! CO.,

t and New, Orleans; rates $25,00.I results from chronic constipation District No. 9G. R. Stansell Albert k
Hogan and W. O. Kenady Inspectors $

CONSULT THE PURPLE .fOLDER. which is quickly cured by Dr. King'sew and F. J. Mallory.. Clerk. NOTICE. .

\ Life Pills. They remove all District No. 10-C. L. Sealey, L. to Drs. \
ed'and indebted nder't
full information .regarding rates Pullman reserva- which is quickly cured by Dr. Kln '* \. Legett and C. T. Laughinghouse.nspectors. All persons
; edules and J. E. M. Tedder Creekmore or Dr. T. S. And,
call
on your nearest ticket agent, or write, Infuse new life and rigor; cure sour !son and

BOYLSToN, Dist. Pass.Arent-l38: W" Bay St. Jacksonrile Fla. i stomach, nausea headache dizziness Clerk.District No. 11-T. A. }Mikell J.T. hOn will come and settle. All ace '

$TAI K.Trav.: Pass, Agent, 133 W, Bay St, Jacksonville, FIa.1usenger and colic, without griping or dis- Ward and H. C. Right Inspectors rounts must be settled by January 1, ,

a Cly.s G, Traffic Manager General Offices. Wilmington N C. imfcrt. 25c Guaranteed by Barclay and J. W. Mikell. Clerk. 1906. 102m : ,

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f7 .A ;', .. '--", -, '" UV8'__OAK--7" DAILY. JiIII,<. OOR&t'-, .... 'M05'DA.J'-OCTOBER--,' .- -"' .....- ,;':''<--O" .

: -' .--, '. -
., : 1i4.J't tw-Dae', : }'-]"-, ';?ii'Hi l'\ril 'j arged:- '.sihi .on t :bpect ?";+iiiY; lSITrfrffi "
;, >h. UVEOAlI IFJOC4TIl ,"> ... beentteateg .. ., ; te ,1" r fBWUt
,- 4-. i: .... 1 i"tl1o'F. i; 'i' ;. \oti F H-(_ hargtt:: # glTea',liii on ; ;railing;' cursing;i't.g-::ehaet.hatingand ; : ,; : HtAfcfH&J :,' RrysJY l'
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c; ... ''
": __f..1",4.at1UB1JiItI" '" 1.-; : t., a doaea iaote U t3se;;obecorae ,ra- ing., reriting' 1tFrrill! D OWLING''>'' -

.y t.' t. '-2 k ...:Y.t.: ,13sYaF : JAvgi; grants: TJw m1i t be.'run out of the:} Itsccmoinnityand orki; the: souls: ;of Its>tttd &. : : ifVJ '
t ;
;J'd' :: r ;., !:: :-' : : Ji.Iia toe\jduty"of''the 'TJ ei'jl1C; come.oat'deformed,, ugly; :, .. : :,, : ,:,

: .; .r' r, lr Hd1tor'andkigr.Y officers todo'.ik IftheYiail tQ'; dis-r,hateful,,given,to lying;cheating.,,.cursing ... ',"" ',," "";",--z, _
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';,." ,:,', ';yjE, L)Y )l (FUBIISUIJGcAIP; l.f.: charge. ,:'- "'yheirldutylhe' 'people- ', will-.' suffer .' -*. f' ,w.k'aidrerlllng." Mineral SingsHot: l.I ><:: _

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lx 'Entered :at; ;the ,post-odiee* ,Live The sketch of t the late'' :Major. 'f' 0. .FORTHETOTER.HOT AND OLD BATHS UHSUWASSEO. IOOD TAlt, ; : ;c'i

i t ,Oak'F1orldaas:' :Second 'Class.}1a11 Rob ert- Gamble, of TallahaSSee. tnlont[ determining how;they shall vote WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BOWLING ALLEYS.: ._ SlUt. $"' ::';
t' ;MatteiAovember7905... prQposedierglades.drainageamendmeIIt.to! PHOHE: WNNECTICWS.: WfLCE9tRPpEl7 STABLER; '
.. ; : ,
lie.
: Sat rdaj Democrat'from of '
E 4 pen. -
,
t' ; the State,COnstitution '
the7lalented Miss Jefferson/Bell/ was*' RATES REASONABLE 1=:iSFftOff-
; '
SHE: DAILi' DEMOCRAT will be -- .,'next ;month: the :people of Florida

[mailed to''any";part::of' the United a lane'. piecq pf reading and. broughtup |jneed not go.into the .complex=' anddIspJt ; _' K=
: '
4 'States,- postage prepaid, for :5.00 in Ttvid retrospect that old; anUA d, eng neeriDi question1 ,Involved -- ADDRESS PflRKMOTELBOWUNffPflRitlLive ;. :

'per,',Year; '$%:50'. (or six, ]; months\ beHum site of the South which onlythose about which there seems to be:' ,- ,

;il25 ;:'tor: three 'months,, :or who were, partott! ;: wUl'v -reompre I much dl1ierence'ot', opinion; nor need '= x

150'ceniS" L.tor. five weeks;'1n' dvance, encL: Major Gamble. was a they'welgh: the.pros,and cons of the M'f K.. .

L 'Delivered, io any: part ,of";,the ,city: type of those stalwart virile menwho I open Question of 'actual cost of the Oak : _

]bj carrier. ',for. 10 cents, perweek.. invaded the stupendous wilderness enterprise 'or- of the' problematical. e .
of the far South. ,in the early I -
Hon.:, Park' Trammell, late''presl. part of the last century and;with :value of the lands after drainage. ...,. ;Manii acf urers' of. $",., _-

dent- of'the Florida- -:State:;Senate..baa stout hearts .tin'd', ,stiong'handS laid I There is a preliminary' consideration, Lumber ,-Shingles Ice ,"E1- -
whose. elements are :
very plain and
''yielded. 'to/i'he seductions journal. the broad. and deep foundations of ,, ', t
-
'ism and snow the editor- >the -' civilization .simple 'and easily "understood, which '.''''''''' ?' At ID-
1\
:
Lak e- we now enjoying. Power and o
: :'sand'Sue. ,SIr,'Trammeil. ia'a: man'oability The/ "had' rich, 'rare, conquering g I the '.voter .is called upon, to .investi : .1. ,.. : ;}

'and quent tares of the scheme and .,
.- be expected of'the Sun'as.the "guide, of.those; old days, and we have done y# thrshold. or Business Houses at a verY'xeasonablerate. ; 1WW
the
philosopher and friend'4(its consti but scant justice to' their cha.r- at may day and night current .manufaeturinirIVholesale ,
; tuents on'Its'editorialpaje. eaters in 'the literature *.: have .:readily! and properly enable- him'to ,. -, W_ g' .3 t-

memories, in the literature we :have makeup his, ,mind as to how he shall ; and ret n.Ice-out of City'ordWtion r' ':;' i
.vote.( Is he willing by. his vote and all,orders promptly filled. -':
J' "The .foolish and :violent of .th e made to tell,'about, them ,and.perpet : .to I ::.:
t i white race can do'.as, much to, keep uate the memory of then achievements change the Constitution, o! Floridar- LL&4
( the fundamental, organic law of the
'" -theSouth", In turmoil ''over, the' rela. The 'story of this rugged .

.g bunsof- the- races- as_'the' ,negroes." Virginia,oak, Robert Gamble, i>early State and thereby, establish. 'a combination ,

.... 'says', the Times-Union. In' discussing transplanted to our soil, and his'seventynine :;of five. men who will be called ) '

q the" troubles up ,at- Seneca' '<-South eventful years in..Florida :'collected on to handle from the large sums' of without money fDL'ElVlON': : : :

Carolina., This b ;;the. -:1:
,
gh1ng'any bond
1state-1 for the
U meet of__ .a ,truth,which" cannot. "" faithful.performance ( =, ,
m. of duty; who will.be subr :,, _
fully '
recognized when ::
,we are 'see k *
_
At
the
annual convention of the '
Jet to
no legislative
<- ing for correctives control; whom
and
: preventives.to
I American Bankers' Association Money.often. neS- -
{ ., 'maintain-. ,law; and order In th<|!i Louis last week in St. y lay outdrain;, districts in, any, i ,..,..
the'etat
'
speech of of
'I part the State they See fit and
(' South When _negro :ctime.Is, the proceedings which won the most assess and called and ,invest awaiting s
'
ro-I the t
:., yoked by the criminal act of opportunity
.
applause
made
was by a, Southerner, I drainage tai rt
upon and who will
whites,it is monstrous perversionjustice of : ;
.' Chas. J. Hades of Atlanta. __ ,
which.1ll I : In the hold this extraordinarygrajafof power investment butth. ?:
punish the negro course of his practical j ; .
; talk on, banking without
: any fixed limit and until
only and Jet the whites'go.free, and
,. :such; Injustice 'cannot. fail to reactdisastrously I I interests, he worked in the following the people, 'see tflt to again, change > portunities do Hatt-' '?

;rand multiply 'criminalsof. i tribute to Mr. Roosevelt their Constitution_? If he is willing

A' .,.both.. :!'aCeii-'all, overthe', country, i "which brought, w the house: I to do this and thus inaugurate the, week : 3 3i
,..
"We ,ask no special privilege;, weseek I reign of,a new power In Florida outside every mpnth/pfj
: I '
.In opposition, to .the proposed no paternalism. beyond that the Legislature and subject to I :
established
by i
to
' ,drainage amendment. to the State principle. -and preced- no correction. ,or restraining official, year. the meantime :
'' .- ent., Wehave a half Georgian in the influence! he-will i
,? Constitution, and to further. possible f1tor the amendment > 1
White. House,, and are, confident, it is ; but if he. does should be
'i' 'iinkertn-g'."itb.thal. organic ihstru"ment not,wish to confer money ,eai!; !
'
; hIs purpose to do love to all and 'upon this combine -of ,,>
< to, aid the purposes .factions,' five
of
malice, toward i; none; The scientiststell men, such >
; amazing
the,Tampa;.Tribune'pertinently calls 'that. under rights and privileges something; and it c i
us .
.the
laws of heredity '
,! attention and,set up.& new political force
id the trueand ,
only
t function
f'.' :of a, .constitution.' ), -tosaYI: ,the in influence the finer of'the mother of' dominates in the State, he-will' ,'vote against the 1 you place it in this la r 'k =
qualities the amendment.
It it
is
desirable
,1 '. 'That instrument is. intended to: to
:; ,' child. And so Its with Theodore drain the .
Everglades
= cover. ,, and only to cover. thexfoundation surely the people ) -s
THE
Roosevelt He the FIRST
.kJ,.... principles of the' political government is first cavalier to < are willing to trnst'a,Legislature' ,\; ," ,NATIONAL, E, -,,', =;
occupy the White House since -
Andrew e.lected.by) '
themselves
.
to -
: f.;; : of the State and should Jackson. We select and \: LIVE OAK FLA.a 'jilt.
:
were ..prejudIcedsomewhat direct: iheAagencies by which it shall ,1: ;
never be with'to ,
; tampered serve in ,
I
;
; ,, ,
'. ,i-_, 'd 'dividual or partyp: rposei..' This is down, to see against us, last him fall.until. We he- found.him came. ,bedone, ,? -. ', ""':;>":;: <>'C' \

s 'the truth well stated ,and .under, this ,H. BROWN President ., -:
so much like us that he charmed THE FIXES ,c. A. HARDEE, Tx .A+
!; HORSES
..definition iVwlll IX. THE D. E. HORN .. :
be
difficult for drainage did I Cashier. w: J. HILLMAN. =
the
'" us as :pled piper of Hamelln WORLD J :J; :: : -o
:advocates to justify their' proposed ;- the 'children. ', .
: ventyflve.thousandpeople If you are inclined to be little "-
a
-! amendment the organic law
l"f from the country towns joined horsey and love a yell 'bred ? o tC
Florida nag you
for no better purpose than :
.
the
.iJS'.OOO
( of the _
city to greet Mx Q. owe the John Robinson "" -
to dig a ditch: to drain Shows s visit
*j ., a swamp. the reception \i
largest, ever, : accordedanyman for they have ,the finest_collection' of : .

-, in Georgia, and pe left 20 0, thoroughbred stock ever: carried
by
The ,wbole'State sympathises with 000 people almost persuaded" / '
"
a tented exhibition and the Y
has
t ,Miami' in the wreck and, devastation been outlay \ MILL = {
a
< generous,one judging from E'RY
: brought, so suddenly. 'upon her by the the ...
number
and
Khnrrleane but In discussing the schools of Florida quality. Every grade '" .- .
don't think
for min
a > President Lincoln Hulley Stetson of horse is represented from the satin ;

;Juteihat game little city is down in University, lays special emphasisupon coated Arabian. to the smallest of '
.the, mouth is -
or crying for outsidehelp.
the homes of.Florida as factors I Shetland Ponies and the American andJ.
Real these brave and hopeful New Goods
'-f1' ,*, 'worla from .the Miami Metropolis; in the education of her children a:1jistud' book contains many names of Stylish
< : -''-'Wh1\e'.Iiaml he calls attention of the, parents ofthese' racers and- hunters which find homes
was hard hit; some : \
children to their duty in "with the acknowledged world's. old
of her"most COSU1'
and magnificent thegist t
following language and richest tented show.:The
: %
buildings b including church .edifl ces, "The homes of Florida are domestic :vance printing tells of their com gig ; THE BON=TON '
Ing.wrecked
and water traffic seriously for
universities. Some are without) twq performnces on October 23,
F damaged,-the result,U not sufficient "\ :

scholars and a few are without tea h- and the usual capacity business will ( will
:
t S bet :
to 'cau e depression or in any I never oretrp to show up'the
be the "
order it is :
c ers, but most of them have both. Theyrun I safe to predict.

manner of affect the Magic the progress City. and Even prosperity before all the year round; they run all' I i From The Plague 71 Prevailing Fashions this Season ,, '

; the.devastating wind had ceased day long too. There are no rec esThere's grave danger from the therefore the Ladies are invited ,"

thework, of rebuilding and ,r yes no vacations in these univer- plague of Coughs and Colds that 'are c

1: 'struction.Was going on, gangs of ecoaattics laborers ; some are good and some ,are so prevalent, unless you take Dr. ( to call-Too early to list goods, =:;:

working bad. All are turning out their work. King's New Discovery for Coasu "
all'nlght but look
clearing the m p. / for future
in the world. Some notices : ; : <
teach vice and li on, Coughs and. Colds.
4 streets of debris, hanging wires and Mrs. Geo. \ .-
'other,, .obstructions. Some have lost some teach virtue. Some graduate Walls, of Forest City, Me., writes: '

.practically their all.but they are notdepressed pupils who will prove an honor or to It's a Godsend to people living 'In School Bags for the Children

; as they began before they their ,university and some graduate climates where coughs and colds pre- \

will.begin again, and rebuild'strongf rascals.' Home is.a school. It is the TaiL I find it quickly ends them. It ___ _M. i i

.- ef and better th2n'ev! r before., lace where lessons are learned. By prevents Pneumoniacures LaGrippe

}: .indomitable spirit an.t.energy that precept and by example the teacher gives wonderful.. relief in Asthma

r created the }Miami of today is still inculcates the lesson. The pupils are and Hay Fever and makes weak f\ Mrs. C. W. Bache
apt learners. They hear the
prevalent and a few weeks fr omnow precept lungs strong enough ,to ward off

5' it will be a greater and better city and they watch the example. Constant Consumption, Coughs and,Colds. 50c
reviews drill the lesson In till and $1.00.
than ever before Guaranteed by '
Barclay 7Im"F
:
: '
'''/R .. ,
t will never be forgotten. The works & Groover Drug Store. Trial bottle "

gone over' again and again. No free. S '
The technical administration, of wonder the THE
impressions made In thisbeen ORIGINAL
;- criminal law has undoubtedly- E'---m'1
school ddHN
are never forgotten. They THE SEX LION ACTORS. The .
of,the most effective Idea of s Cough
,. ,' one agencies la are part of ones very self. These uni the Syrup that 1iUl ;
r this country for promoting crime. versifies ,the veb.andthusasslstlnexpeuingcoldsfrom:
,- are most important They href. Winston's Remarkable the \
t '. and the land swarms with unpunished .. begin at Group system h'BW'1 original 'ih ,
the
,., foundations. They take of Trained Sea Lions a Feature Laxative Kennedy's _,
criminals for this reason among their eY.andT21'. Nearly all ,
': pupils before some one else has With the John Robinson cures other cough
.others:: 'But'even if we do permit, the had a chance. The pupils are un- Shows. are Constfpatlng,especIally those containIng .

-i';...., rlchtourderer8 and other idgh- :lass spoiled They are unmade Indeed. OpIates. Kennedy' Laxative Honey and
In the
H : aquatic division of the John Tu
moves
/:violators of the law to escape through If the the,bowels contains '
work here Is well done, the Robinson Shows will be found as fine no Opiates
.. 'meshes or technicality, we might child gets a good start and later of
a group Arctic seals .as the show LAXATIVE .
< ,at.least awaken to the real Intent and, schools cannot undo the results. As world ,affords and in' addition L to .
e 'purpose 6t thV law-makers in so plains the is A certain safe
twig bent the tree inclines,' As their value as a specimen in the bigare an and harmless remedy forCough
'
R at "eaSe'' {he' vagranc/ statute'and the first years are tended so will I be collection in the menagerie, they, La Coughs. Colds CrouPandTay wEp3ng I ,

:t ';dive: it the only interpretation that the later ones. No wonder Napoleon very potent factors in,the makeup of anclBroncf1fal Grfp Bronchitis, Influenza and all big

1w1U make ,it effective,. On this sub- and others great ,teachers among the arenic program for they have chUdren's affections. Mothe\'S praISe the ;

lJect' the.,ApaVachicola Times 'speaks, them have asked for the first years received at .the hands oftheir trainer favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey -

l"...., wjth,., m li.trth' and force as fol- of a child's-life. They are the best Capt, Winston. a thorough- education ,I .l

; =lows J ;: They settle what the latter years hal, and their excellent performance > COUGH TAR

(:t :" The:officers of the. law, tau st"not beBut suppose the lesson taught has elicited much praise from SYRUP 7'e4

t''techaitatities stand in, the way there ,be ttaworthy.. ift '
xt; Suppose thechUd.hea.ri.o.atha..anc4wlckec the press of our sister cities., ( 'at tau v'
',"<'t"' ;::;"'i 4 tomes to dealin&wl hitlier8 ticJQB : words The big Show will exhibit. here. tomorrow ; ..-.->8t RID Labaretoty'ctOTa B.OUoJI'U1)of JM w .* nriT* A co.. CHlC.AGO: '
T nts.;' the .and evil counsels'and" tn BOUT JD WOS1T2ST1v -
,and 1i 'Eyerf time vile motives _Sold
'
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by City PharmaCY,
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< ', 'LIti1rQADs'; .,' :: : e. '- -' :i' : f.: '- ....5.-. :'t", -: ;" "< ,.
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.-., '... ",' -. -- -' -' FoR. ''RENT, -..:'One,fire-roomrhon_, .' hARPiN'&lDjNm \ ','('....N'Kk4ea' H Is aboerc. da F"f L
neW, i1 5O per month. tA P )( .' ::.. ;;-'ltY. '- .
: z '
.,. '. -' : : alniogt; ; : '< : :' -'; 1: -!
,, ply to.'Live Oak'' Drug Co. 22t Farm, one mite fiwttwcfcjf r.tntaining .
I 'BAISDEN BUILDING "
: 5- \ :# ,
OAK I ,> $, .o aaet s.y-eiI.I, .. '"
'
yjAYi1NILlVE A. U. 'Folks retur.ned' yesterd Phone. ,life;. ? ,". .agree stamped aad'late. h1 .! 1-

morning from a short visit, up th -'-- of, eniUvationi sixty aet+eiof
a '
VE* ., c '" road. ,good timber; one
'
i : fTtrESDA1 .$4,000tThe ; room' dwelling j barnsaad: ;aI- y
Ii ,, .. True and tried friends of the] '-' 'necessary ontbntldiug.tenanthouses ;
t $ .
A. j. Robergon ,BoardingHouse C '
LiYQU'ARE SEEING THE, SIGHTS family-DeWitV? Little Early Riser ; one pair 'of good,
Good Pills. Sold by City Pharmacy. t. on. Ohio.. Avenue: Twelve mules, one two-horse wagon;
':: ;--C.;invfteyoutp make our Store rooms. hot and cold .bath J cane-mill and boiler r enough

.' s- G. G, Mays of the firm, ,oMays, : situated in the heart of ,the corn and hay to feed the mules ,
&fco to Lake Citjr jrc one'lear..rA bargain for quick,
!. ,>headquarterseasolito Bros., went down ,. town. A magniflcient invest
select terday to spend the day. purchaser. Terms one-half ,
J .. >" 1he 9PP Ladies'. Tailoredfcgvgoa your -, ,' 'ment for some.. one.. Is -paying >cash, balance one; and two

Dr dSi High Class For Plaster, Cement Flrecla; 12 per cent gross.. The years. Interest 8 "per teat.. e

'C:y ,',Rain.\C6ats,- Men's' Nothing, Hats, Firebrick and WhitePressed Brie] above price includes: what AYE SELL VACANT LOTS: .

:r ,., 'gbs., ,Examination our stock ,will conS see, Live Oak Brick &. Supply Comp furniture the owner,has in the Railroad Addition; Fruitland

,;,' tVe can"save you money. Hundreds of hand- ny.. t lSt( building. : ; : : : : : .:, ;< : Addition Barton Addition and, rL

t 1- '" Henry J.' Cannon of the Falmoi in, with bath, that we will of'

': >. Dress Goods section, was in the city this, morning fer'to'some one at a bargain.
ic; r l/; Suitings shaking hands with. his many Live Easy terms. Call at our office, I Real, Estate and Investments
.2': rSe;Merent-shades in shadow Plaid Oak friends.' I

t',( '':Poplins,,Graintes, ; Serges, Cashmeres, Panamaanother ,

-for [ fabrics that we haven't time to men- Surrency &Powers are making .
will of Red Band Brand am-I
salesmen specialty
and our
ctfic :"thayare here for you to see .
t' '!..'i dies at 15 cents per pound. Nothing ; JB' *

sly. .,.themJo-- :-you f like it.
j ,
_-, '
! oiling: and Furnishingsaeinany r
L. A. Peacock, a prominent and [
T } good reasons for buying your Fall successful young man of Pinemoun I s

f.. v"J: 'T esda you,will.be here to see the Big Circus I. was In the city yesterday for a few..
,- Suits for Gen- I
b r ,*you Just.as well examine our hours II

; fir of Men's Furnishings represent the best I ,.
; sick
V o1eand:" ( ,their:value is paramount to anything # Fire-brick For Plaster and,WhitePressed Cement Fireclay Brick; ,, -: :

: IT"-It ik i it1-rsee them and.know" for yourself. see Live Oak Brick & Supply Con

', ; pan 18.6t LE
:House Furnishings:
: :. t
.
.e" ,:discussing the question to where to buy Hon. C. A. Hardee,'State's attorne s

6t' ',' <-, ij:" 'Matting Art Squares and Rugs. tor this circuit went down to Lak
wj.Carpets; ,.
,
'
circuit
court
where
this morning
City
y alW given you the best in this particular line of I
ys Is in session, this week. ,
i: :, -Our. stock' is the largest in many seasons and WL

_vsie" : are"bhown through this department you will know J. A. Griffin went down to Well RB

q: : lyand. : also where to: ,buy-see Mr. Henry he will born yesterday to see his daughter. RR
:
who is quit
Mrs. C. W. Hemming
: p, :, '
:10' "_ ,- ?- .., sick. i
.- ? f fceah DESIRABLE,, DEPENDABLE goods at lowest

'S ':' There if a point,where, low prices cease to represent Buy your groceries from Surrenc;

;:1 ..ryea point at which mere cheapness in cost means & Powers and get 'a chance at' the

is touched here-mod-. beautiful hand painted china., Yo 1i4 t
g, : :outlay.: That point never Kr
: .,
be
may a lucky one.
,
rf: .i'j ,,.often cut to extremes, but never at sacrifice of z

Ss \: .i:;;OU7,prices'always represent goods of merit. W. H./Mobley, of Pinemount, one'

k :?- 1.I11TER:. :: SHOES TO BE HAD FOR THE MONEY2tTthe Suwannee>f the Democratic county, was wheel-horses in the city this of': !


'?; <: city make our Store your headquarters. norning., I U.S.,. ia ,; ;

r
Y Suwannee Bakery has opened iihe

,{'DIU SUPUNS COMPANY he: court C. T, house.McDaniel Fresh store cakes, opposite am TT AS been very busy place for the last week or ten 11 I*:;.'

,- ---o1J; ,"_, read daily.-Suwannee" Bakery. days We have sold a great many suits and

i other gent's furnishings but this was not unexpected .a
r Just arrived at The'Ladies' Empor- ,
;T : Jum plaid silk waists silk petticoats,, and we are prepared to meet an even greater demand.

r 'D PI=RSOUALS We are glad to report that Mrs and "Jumper Suits." Let us show We expect to sell a great many more suits and our =:
S. P. Mays who has'been quite sick 'k

,3",,:.:__ l\J1 hi r for the past week.. ,Js- improving.: them, to you. 22-21 complete line of furnishings is always kept up to the.

Three setter puppies for sale; seven Standard.We .
I j Jno. L. Fonda, a prominent bnsl-
[INTEREST BRIEFLY aonths old just right for coming sell the Michael-Sterns Clothing than which : :
ness man of Madison was in the city:
A<<* iIOYIcLED i'FOR DEMO-' ird season. T. V. Newbern, Live and fit .
yesterday for a few hours. : there is none better made. Quality goar-
,.,,.,>,].:.'CB.\T'RE.WERS. yak. Fla. 22-2t
in, ;
and plaids
anteed. The latest styles designs
very
.
"f L ;" ; ---_ Call up J. C. Lyle and let him, explain been >
Miss Sarah Crawford who has
-<, h the conveniences of electrica and mixtures. ;
the County' Line School,
caching
COME appliances; they are great. 18-5 j
,: AND THEY 60 assed through the city yesterday on
," .
'._ her to her home at O'Brien.
;-,: g way
F. M. Dowllng, of the Park I
', 1 wa to
Suits $12.50 $30.00
.
in the city yesterday spending Sun
.yout.,'Llve_ Oak and Suwannee day Beautiful plaid silks in all colors'on .,'

r Oet..,_. *Gathered, by the Demo, .' display In Miss M. V., Edwards'rindow
crat Don't fail to see them, they : : '
Reporter >
V. H. Thomas of Alton spent par < ( J .
O: ':, "' have Just arrived and are beautiful. ; oi, .- :
of Sunday in the city shaking hand f ?
'Ji"&:Currie; of Perry, was here with his friends. ;
many Wash. Fletcher returned to his : ;, '
"
"- home in O'Brien yesterday after "
;J : T. E. Hall of Alton was in the several days in the city with : :
*Lee of Alton was in the city city yesterday and registered at the pending Jf'V{ OVERCOATS "
1 t Ethel. his sons, J. C. and Groover. !
: -
rY' I
:,:Vance, of Reduce your light bill and increase t'-*
; Jacksonville, was
? If l
Wood delivered on a moment'notice winter overcoat
,.cltythl$ morning. your light by letting J. C. Have you purchased your '
-s ; any length pine or hardwood. Lyle install some of his new arid 'uptodate not don't do it until you have seen our line. They '
j'f* '"" White & McGriff. Phone 25. tf ,
11%'&r Barter torfto, the of Alton, was among. electrical appliances. 18-5t fit like tailor-made goods and the quality is the best. ;

::<':' ; cityyesterday. Miss Alecia Klefstein, of Palatka Mrs Chas. Gildersleeve and baby They give satisfaction to every purchaser.
was in the city yesterday for a few
-JliT(70U visited turned home this morning after avisit
the new suit det -
hours, a guest of the Ethel.
_, ,at the Lad!es' Emporium? [ of several days to friends in i
'.," .?.-...... WMMB Jasper. i "

''"'(:the 'new'' silk "Jumper Suits" H. D.citizen Green of of that Houston section, was a prominent it iI ":. ,. $15.00 to. '$25.00
'Lid1ea. See C. and have..him to InstaU -
g Emporium,. 22-2t the city yesterday. J. Lyle I
'1;{ that electric bell you have been
"' i i Wpment electric linking about. Door bells and
: portables E A. and
Eslinger H. W. Esllnger,
tecelved at.JM enunciators installed on short I Inotice.
C, Lyle's. 18.5t
xr of the Park were in the city for I. 18-5t
.
few hours yesterday, and Youths'SUIts
wth: School Shoes Boys'
'"L>7-7 .Dexter returned yesterdayS Under-
i: S ; days'. visit to Jasper and Miss Pauline' accompanied Miss Lillie Peterson, who has been Shoes,
!.Polnu., Taylor aching( the school at Mayo, spent' Dictionwear Neckwear,
) by her mother went down to Wellborn Webster ,
,J., Saturday night and part of Sunday )
> 4i"- yesterday to spend the day. etc : : : : : ; .
,,c's'25c, at the' City Restaurant ....., in the city. She was on her way toher ary with every pair.

;i oaly white restaurant In the True and tried friends of the home at Branford. ;.

4 family-DeWltt's Little Early Risers .
rheumatism useewitt's
'. For backache and
-. \ -- Good pills Sold by City Pharmacy Kidney 'and Bladder Pills
_'henry came down from Jashterday ------- p
A
blood.
leanse and purify the
to spend the day with Geo, W. Mills who has been spending eek'a! treatment for 25c. Sold by BUTLER BROS.
.I of Uve Oak friends, several days visiting Georgia, re ,
:; City Pharmacy.
: ---,- turned home this morning, --

; ,;:':, ..... '.Lynch_ arrived' from Jasperrday LOST-Pocketbook, black morocco
!
and was'the guest of her A cold 4s much more easily cured I ather. containing, one $5 bill one Men's OutfittersF

,,: _t-7'Mm. Chas W. Rogers. when the bowels are open. Kennedy' express receipt bearing my name.

1 ,. Laxative ,Honey and Tar opens the! iso a ladies' gold ring. Finder LIVE OAK. FLA.F-

'?\Vb ott have electric troublesIbOWelsa, Q4.drlv.es the cold, out,of the I please return to Mrs W. J. Harris
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i > !:'G'Lyie. ; .he answers 'JOUf'system In young or old Sold by Cit next Episcopal church and receive

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'Smart:;'Suitsin:: 'all Latest Styles and Fabrics,fresh from Broadway. therein,. and fixing penalties for the parts of, Oid. .,.,..
violation thereof* approved August this Ordjnai .'
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Tourist CoatS, Manish effects Newest effects in Plaid the City Council of the City* pf Live prow, byPassed bythe, -; r.
Oak. Florida
by At17th
Ladies'' and Misses' Waists Section l:That Section One (1) daj-of- :"
of Ordinance No. 51 of the City of Ci
Live Oak Florida:being an ordinance Attest x. : Prey*: _i;

:: Skirts, $2.00 and up Smart Belts, Stocks and entitled a fire limit, "An in Ordinance the City of to Lire establish Oak, S. P. MAYS,; & f }

Florida to, prescribe the manner of >?
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Rain and Automobile \ f Maya
material used In
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Coats and fixing penalties for the liolatioi (2"
Ordinance No.5* wan ked
thereof:' approved August 17, 1106, by the "'"
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: Wrappers and Dressing be and the same is hereby amendedso day of September,A; -'--.'"'t': .
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: Section One (1).-That the following e _
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: SacquesShoes described parts and portions of approvaLWitness find
1 Chlldren'sSchoQI Dresses I the City of Live Oak ,Florida are said City this my 11th ha daef t W
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$1.00and Hose and Gloves I be the Fire Limits of tna City of Live A, D- .
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and
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the 18th day ot :
Sep r,
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S : : :itt ?nU tootn at 4 p. w., 2 rt nh4U Avenue, thence North along,* Ohio Bromo-Rei :

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thence North'along Hamilton Street' For Sale By
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ber A. D. 1906, and the same is hereby
Eli- of fish markets ,
looked her over from foot to head, then Section I, For the purpose of the better sanitation certified to the Mayor for his ap-
LEVELS. Florida,
Live Oak,
l'; nudged each other with their elbows as curing an equal and uniform rate of within the City of ., proval.
; inspection
.,., .1'.eJa" EnP7' .* May Be if possessed with the same thought., taxation and to pay the current expenses providing of the same for and the fixing proper the inspection.I Witness my hand and seal of said

Bit Ow.. Surveyor." "How did you know |tr Inquired the of the City of Live Oak, Florida fees to be paid therefor, and prescribing 'I City this the, 17th day of September. ;

.fie "aj:'of roughly detennln- friend as the other pocketed the half for the ensuing tar year there penalties for violations of" the: A. D.Seal 1906.) S. P. MAYS, 4?

:"eJ8:and one which can readily dollar, shall be levied and collected upon provisions of this Ordinance, approved ( City Clerk. '

o$NISed bl any one and which has 4I; didn't know It," was the reply. "IfI and out of the real and personal by the- Mayor,. September 26, Examined and approved by me.this r
had it would have been taking an unfair : 1904.
1dr1atage of not < September 1906.
requiring
of
any 18th day
the
within the Incorporate limits the Mayor and
property Be ordained by
Miltapparatus advantage of you to bet. But J I it
Is
oflet1 .
by means a
t and was reasonably certain of It. There Is of the City of Live Oak, Florida the City Council of the City of Live M.E.. BROOME
a board with a straight I City of Live Oak, Fla.
:_'Theway: to go about It is this: a certain Indescribable something in for the rear A. D. 1906, the tax of 7 Oak Section Florida 1.-: That Section Four (4) Mayor j

jW determine: on two points the lev" some women's manner, appearance and' mills on the dollar. I i of Ordinance :No. 31 of the City ofUve LEGAL NOTICE.

,'_"*" **ihlclhyou] wish to know, and carriage that causes all other women to Sec. 2. For providing a sinking, Oak, Florida, being an ordinance

.'thi--ifckeV Into the ground. Then nudge each other at sight of her.couldn't I fund and paying the annual intereston entitled, "An Ordinance entitled Notice is hereby given that under
tell you jest wl1t it is: Lut I'ready provide for the bet of Final Decree rend
J t board with| a straight edge antilt the 10000.00 bonded indebtedness an ordinance to and by virtue a

;: t it tort. tree, if one happens to be to put up a wager on It every of of Live Oak, Florida, ter sanitation of Fish Markets within ered by the Judge of the Third
the City
"I1I"We., in a line with these two time. The nudge Is simply a part cwomen's there the City of Live Oak, Florida, providing of Judicial Circuit, Court, in and for Bu. {

t k' Put the board at such a height sign language which means dated February 28th, 1905 for the proper inspection wannee County, Florida, on the third
'J t t somctlilns that cannot l>e put Into shall be levied and collected upon the same, and fixing the inspection certain
you (readily sight over jt andXWly therefor, and prescribing day of October, A. D. 1906, in a -
fees to be paid
Word, but wblch every other woman and out of the real and personal in Court r
said
IgyeJ t this board by means ofs penalties for violation of the matter in Chancery
:1I spirit level Then sight It over to- 1 understands."-New York rress.t property within the corporate limits provisions of this Ordinance," ap then and there pending, wherein The ,3

_.+!Tone'"of'the stakes, having some t tf the City of Live Oak Florida for proved by the Mayor September 26, First National Bank, of Live Oak, a ''

_at that stake who will by means The Word "frank. the year A. D. 1906, a tax of 1-3 cone 1904, be and the same is hereby; corporation, under the laws of the ,
? Crank In the of eccentr!* read follows: United States of America, and having s
|.7t: a.am.l'piece of sense an amended so as to as t
: paper, locate thewst mnt'on the dollar. InC
to of business
person is a new word. The very firt Section 4.-There shall be paid its principal'place '
ffwhica your line of vision cuts J Sec. 3. This ordinance shall go all of Live Oak, Suwannee Y
written Instance of crank In the modern the City Tax Collector by persons the City
-iTK! :other words: where a line pro- I Into effect immediately upon its passage corporations owning or eng County, Florida, is complainant, andJ.
sense that could be found for Dr. firms or
If Ieted from your sighting board would J by the Council and approved by aging in the fish market business ain E. Davis, Joined by his wife L
Murray's dictionary was in the
reportsof
I k&the state. Make some sort .of Section One (1) provided, as an M., Davis, are defendants, and wherein
this the trial of Guiteau President Gar- the Mayor. of occupa whereby the undersigned as -
.t point and then sight to inspection fee and in lieu and
"" other stake In the same way and field's murderer Gulteau's reference Introduced by J. L. White, memberof tional licenses and other charges the Special Master in Chancery in said <

: rthe point where the line would to somebody as a crank gave therorJ the City Council and passed by the sum of Twenty-five Dollars per year. ause was required to make sale Of '

ce it By measuring distances that a vogue that has gage on spreading.: City Council this 17th day of September The inspection fee shall be due and the property herein after described,
But the adjectiVe manly was known on October 1st; A. D. 1906,, or so much thereof a's may be neces-L
live\ points are above the ground A. D., 1906. payable amount : I
can In 1787 as meaning sickly (tie Germa"krank" and on the same day annually thereafter sary to satisfy the '
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get the difference Iq levels Attest: fish market business; in said Decree, the undersigned as
), and tn Dickens In the senses and such
>>'ith reasonable For in- BROWN such in Chancery in said
accuracy. of cfoss and crochety. In all Its meanings CHAS. H. shall not be engaged in until Special Master Monday ia
It Four line of has enIistake t and a receipt will, on the first
vision | Prest. of City Council. inspection fee is paid ause
it springs from the root: idea cf being the.fifth
eight feet from the ground obtained from the City Tax November, 1906, the same
+d the other crookedness s. as does crank in Its six S. P. MAYS, City Clerk therefor day of said month, between the ,
one five feet from the Collector. ,
oiffld,', then obviously the' difference teenth century sense of a deceitful I, .S. P. Mays City Clerk of the Receipts for fractional part of the legal hours of sale, at the front door in '
? trick, as In "quips and cranks" Live Oak, Florida, do hereby; issued except where of the courthouse, in Live Oak
of
i_ yell* three feet, or, in other words .. City year shall not be State, will offer for .
e',vicinity of the Stake on which the certify that the above and foregoing business is opened after the first day said County and bidder
The Two amount and sell to the highest
I-aJf Motorist one-half such sale s
.rt Is five feet from the Imund'Is ordinance was duly and regularly of April, then for and for cash in hand, the following -
The two great motors: were pulled shall be paid and receipted therefor
i feet higher than the other stake, passed by the City Council of the City October first fol described personal property*
up In front of one of the big dry goods shall be good 'until be necessary -.
ion, will have a three foot fall Florida on the 17th much thereof as may
tol1'SOne lady was entering her of Live Oak, lowing. or so the sum decreed -
.:draining from this poiIi't to the 1906 and violations of the provisions of to pay complainants
machine; tie other was getting out. day of September, A. D. Any due them by said decree ,
.,; farm1ng. shall be punished upon to be .
"Uello Gladys! Out for a. spin?" the sam'Is hereby certified to the i this Ordinance before the Mayor by a fine together with the cost and attorney'sfee ;
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"Yes; glad to see conviction Rail therein, to-wit: I
you Mayor for his approval. decreed
: exceeding ninety days about "
TIDE not ,
ELOQUENT "Henry
NUDGE "Just ran across your husband a Witness my hand and the seal of not exceeding $100.00, or Imprison- black mule named mule, named
bay
-. .i.. Uctdeat. Illnttratlnc a Trait I.Womaa'a block aboye."' 01 said City this 17th day of September ment in the City jail for a period both not six years" about old, one six years old, one,bay,
M'oa iliJ How by "John,
;;. ? can I ever than exceeding ninety days, or blaek.mule
Katare. A. D. 1906. "Kate, one
i. *bi you enough I'**-New York Press. i such fine and imprisonment in the mule named bay mule named ] 4 yt.
; >you see the woman'walktng In (Seal) discretion of the Mayor. named "Pet, one named "Nel-
parent of us. there ---.--- shall one bay mare .
asked the man with S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. 2. This Ordinance "Mag, 'Sue.-
Section named ] ,
fashionable ORDINANCE No. 52. j ', black mare ,
.""r.V the tie to the friend 'who Examined and approved by me this take effect on. the first day of October,, lie, one mare named "Maud"e | ;
; :was strolling up Broadway with him An ordinance to provide for tht 1906.M. ''A. D. 1906. one iron-grey mill and and] ", V
17th
grist
September this the entire
> 'rio' you, notice anything"particularly Passed by the City Council and : r
levy of taxes A. D. 1906, BROOME, Mayor 1906. j sawmill, engines, boilers
;' "striking 111-0?* her| NotUing; .cee:>t fO"jhe1ear! E. 17th day of September BROWN same thereto ftxtures.I'
." thAt" she \h very.well dressed That's i for Municipal purposes for the City Attest: CHAS. H. Council I to the head of stock

"'-...:*-*>it. 1'\'I.uJ.ur., Now. Til bet I FISH MARKET ORDINANCE. S. P. MAYS, Pres. of City : twenty-seven"A. N. D.," all of said pnHperty
you of Lire Oak, Florida, and to providei I II branded
--- 1:4l lfa: dollar **"f when she passes theM i i! City Clerk. II being in Suwannee county| #
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sinking fund 'and for the annual I said T>
of the
to '
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interests of
t oh the UOQ09.09'bonded Section Mays City Clerk FRED W. BUTLER.-
alt tbr111. nudjre each other ordinance' amending S. P. certi-j fendants. '
s'nul'.t.epasly
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Florida Special .
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said of Live
City. the
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,;Sri .svijmn, heInd: 'Bet ordained by the Mayor and fy that the foregoing HUMPHREYS & HARRELL, :. '
r : ; WM walkiagr t City of Live Oak, Florida! being an passed by the City; '- :
; "dust:. ) e:1 f trltltt :l !l ; the:City Cquncil- of the City. 'or'IJve ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance 53 was .regularly of Septem- Solicitors for Complainant,. J' .>>

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.5...'l,..' .. ;;" !:>/i' !I 1 dfnner,. itf',-the. city today,for. 2 S cents... i,,
f?' -" I educate atas
want to; i.or- .
Oak ''Grove Miss Sarah Crawford.! PARENTS. -
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a; )rs."'Letherbnrn, of Vlrginiawas.In'the : teacher. and. County Line School in Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Tj .

"3 :! --city. yesterday, registered at Miss Bessie Carver were two of the Penmanshi'Sp-elang

} 'the EtheL. ..':She eras' on', ,her way to county schools which' : closed last Friday well as Arithmetic, etc.at the
;the Park where" .she'will spend a'fewdais ,after very successful terms. -- _

., These two'splendid' young lady' teach-,
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era have made fine records for themselves

,r [tied Band, Brand, Bon. Bona ijust .1 and both being Suwannee. county -

as; fine' ''ac, any bon" tons ,to. be' girls, we feel proud of them In
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;,, 'cheaper.at Surrtncy & Powers,. 'Trythem. '; :", r ,
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c: : .' I If,you are not now getting The ? ;j.; ,i ft Comer Ohio Avenue and Conner Street r

Son printed In Tallahassee and published ,-< ----- _" ,
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-' Mrs Wt A, Keen and fire sweet everywhere, yon don't get thetun have placed! into good positions every ,graduate, and will do as muck for : -
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girls
little
.returned Saturday from a and correct light oa things. >-"" ...

month's visit. .to friends and relativesin Write, 'to The Son Tallahassee, Fhu, Scholarships: $40, $50 $75 and $90. W:;..
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Georgia.' Brother t
Keen is smiling for premium and dubbing list., Subscription z

7i 4 ;and pleasing I as new made benedict. Sun reader price what, $2.00 he a thinks pear of,Ask The a'' Enter at any time in either Day or Night classes, *\\:::

'Best ,dinner in the city today at. Sun, then send In your subscription __\.t.1 ,' :-
Catalogue free L. M.
'1 the Brown House for 25 cents Better do it today.: 19-4t HATTON, ,
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Jnst what Is in Caseasweet is on Treatment given' to ladles and ,,- .

'the, bottle in, plain English, Best gentlemen; at your residence,scientific ROBINSON'S SHOW COMING j1' .
for'baby's stomach bowels, and loss massage, electrie baths. and Father

of sleep 50 doses 25 cents. Sold vnelpp Water Cure for the relief of --- NOTICETo ,
'.-S' by City Pharmacy. e local disease; the cure of chronic and .
(Continued mat page.)
II'f the prevention of acute. Prices mod .. Contractors and Prospective Builders
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T1 friends of Jr. '
HatdyBryan erate. Also private instruction given. '
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will be.glad to learn that he is gradually Five dollars for each course. Address men bearing the appearance of showmen
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recovering from the. partial A. Armond in care of Worth entered Raleigh and took up 1 I THE II OAK BRICK & SUPPLYte1win ]. : t

stroke of paralysis, with which he. Stephens. 22.6t quarters for the night Sunday and I ,
was attacked sometime ago. -- Monday. They were John G. RobInson I furnish you your Lime, Cement ,Bu j.,y

S The Atlantic Coast Line will sell manager of John Robinson's : Plaster -' s
Laths and all, kinds of Brfck -
,For backache' and rheumatism use from all points in Florida to Gainesville circus; George S. Cole, the ,Napoleon I at3

DeWitt's _Kidney and'Bladder Pills. ,_November IZth4 ith, account of of display advertising; George Fisher, I OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick Ask& :" n

Cleanse and purify the blood A the Florida Division, of the Confeder* twenty-four hour man; James Caskey -." .
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week's treatment for 25c. Sold by ate Veterans Reunion, tickets at th field surveyor, and'' Doc Waddell, dee : ,. s F

City pharmacy rate of one cent per 'mile plus twenty former of the truth. Mr Robinson' The Live Oak Brick & SupIt' :s:
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: five cents;' with limit to return not stands at the age of 35 the youngest '
G( .Mlckler, wife and baby, who later than midnight of the 16th. See and keenest of circus managers., .' 39t Ctof
'' have been at Alton for several your'nearest railroad agent for, exacta t Mr. Cole has been with the Robin

months past, were in the city for rate 'or for any further Informationwrite son's thirty years; Mr. Fisher, forty-

J1. few hours, yesterday and left on the ,Frank C. :Eoylston. District Passenger five years; Mr., Caskey! twenty years. ARAGON 'HOTJ! '
morning train for Zolfp, where they Agent Atlantic .Coast Line, Waddell ran away from home 'when de.
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will make their home in future. Jacksonville Fla. ten years, old, and- has, been with, the .-.;';;:l yoard c'

Robinson' ever: rsincet The circus AMERICAN PLAN. --

Geo Fisher and Geo, S. Cole representing Superintendent J, E. Wood desiresus started. in 1S21., I ." .'..-_'r.J' .-' ,
; tlr t Robinson's Show, were in to state that owing to a serious at" "All came to the city on. the steam JACKSONVILLE_ FL<_ .. .,
the city yesterday, making the final tack of rheumatism,. it has been impossible cars," said Waddell,, except me-1. elk a
t ''t :arrangements for the show, which for him to make his regular you, know, am touring the, country, on Rates ::: :
will exhibit in this city tomorrow visits to the schools that it was his the back of my elephant. Waddy $2.50 and Upward. Rooms and 'Plati: '

t afternoon and night. purpose to make, and several schools When an editor is upstairs the, ele! $3.00 and [Up. t"l
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have closed their terms before he phant's trunk becomes an elevator ': '':''-.:
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is the could reach them He feels sure the and hoists up the snake, story.. ; if the :
-' original and the name is stamped on patrons and teachers will understandthe editor is on the ground floor I use Cuisine and Service Unsurpassed in, (be S er

'i every box. Good for eczema, tett e;, situation and his misfortune. He the elephant's trunk as a chute and "

N ; ,boils, Cuts and bruises; and especial has been very anxious to keep up his unload' my hot air, the same as coal. H. N. O'NEAL PROPRIETY w

: ly recommended for piles Sold by round of visits but just could net Last night I played_ ,thunder at the I':;. ,
City Pharmacy. I under the circumstances.Hon j hotel I gave the elephant a drink Notice to Patrons of'City Water

at the water supply pipe. The suc- Works. 2OO : a ae

Now Js the time of year when B' F. Umstead, of the Pine tion was so powerful, all water was All water rent is due and payable

electria lights ara appreciated the Grove section was in the'city this shut off from the, hotel, cooks and and if not paid before. Tuesday., October -

most. Let .us ware: that house for morning He is very enthusiastic guests yelled down; to the office 'No 23, water will, be shut off. Men Want:<
ffl r lights is worth three times the cost over the fact that the cotton warehouse water* Make out my; bill. 1'11'leave j 19.3t THOS. DOWLING.,' s tkg i
Sit J, C, Lyle, he will tell .you all will be ready for cotton within this dry place' The clerk's life fora to chop railroad wood b
d about it. 18-3t the_ next thirty days. He says the few moments was miserable indeed. us ; -

farmers are doing exactly right in Ten drummers were left high and pHONE your SOc per cord

,'W, F, Wasdia, besides being one holding their cotton, that from the dry in the bath. One little measley_ s:.
& of the most popular traveling,men in very best information he can obtain fellow was nearly drawn through the needs and we Plenty of wood,

the State, la now also one of the hap- the crop this year is only about one- relief valve. Faddy and I have great

piest ,men In Florida. A sweet and half the normal crop, but that the times. We double" and both eat hay. will take pleasure in Paid off: every

,0 charming young lady arrived at tls grade of cotton is very much superior Life is very pleasant, indeed."

home Saturday night, and will make to anything raised in Suwannee county filling ordersFREE
your Apply to
E her permanent home at his house. for many years past. He says KILLED illS WHOLE FAMILY. -'nom

Conner Brysaa I
Mrs. P. C, Wind arrived In ths justifies And Then Himself-Whiskey _
Responsible
city yesterday and will spend several for Bloody Work. at Courthouse. -

;...... days here with her husband. MrsWino Baptistssoclatlon Closed. Gage Okla., Oct. 22.-0. B. Hey DELIVERY. 4
spent some time in Live Oak The Suwannee Live Oak Ik
Baptist Association worth, a farmer, today shot and instantly Nor.1C. :_
1 about a year ago, and made many which has been in session here killed his
warm friends among our people, all for the past several days, has closed aged and 18 and wife a son two aged daughters 20. He, :: : / The Season of ;
of whom are delighted to her one of the
see best and most interesting then
turned the
weapon on himself f, '
again. OYSTERSNOW
sessions in ,its history. From the
Inflicting o mortal v: und.
opening sermon to the closing ,song Heyworth had spent the night Our stock of Groceries are: OpENApalachicola

Mr. Horace E. Baisden is still in the Interest was evident and the discussions drinking in Guthrie When he returned fresh and of the best quality i
J a very ,feeble. condition, though his above the average. High home he went directly to the
friends hope for his speedy and final tide was reached Saturday morning Oysters
room where his
wife was asleep and
recovery., Mr. Baisden has been ill during the discussion of the Country produce alwawson
reportson shot her.
The son went to invest Cedar : _
for quitea long time and is in a the Orphanage and Temperance hand. Key Oysters
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gate and was shot down by his fat
;, very weak and emaciated condition, and the climax came with the 11 a. er. The two girls were killed as they Now at they
but he appreciates .a visit from m. sermon by Rev. M S. of
Stephens
:1. 'and, a chat with friends. Perry. ) rushed from their room. Vegetables, fruits, etc. Big four fISh and Oyster) SIa S ;_

The
Association
to
goes Jenningsnext
":'fc in Saturday's paper the local colunqft year, with B. A. Geiger to REMOVED, THE SHERIFF. 1 '
[ '. contained an Item. stating that preach the 'introductory sermon and .. Orders Fill Promptly for !* ;

;.ouj,pressman had his arm sprainedt.I C.A, Ridley to preach the Missionary Who Allowed Lynchers to Take Pre i. MAYS BROS. Free delivery to residence :

e skating at the skating rink sermon. Rev. Mr. Geiger filled thwe soner From JaiL R.Mathis&.Co.

[ injustice to'the skating rink I Baptist pulpit yesterday morning and Columbia, S. C., Oct. 22. -Gov. PHONE 85 Manages ,t
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cheerfully correct the_ statement and preached to a large congregation. Heyward yesterday removed SheriffM. .
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egret that we were misinformed, as, M. Umehouse. of Dorchester, -- '> .-
i it''did not occur there. Notice to Contractors of Live Oak. {)pending his trial on the indictment A ,.'
On and after November 1, 1906 found last week for misfeaseance of
'Kodol For Dyspepsia contains thedigestive I bricklayers of Live Oak ask for 9 o1ce.

[ juices of a healthy stomach l hours. and 40 cents per hour, His proclamation was issued FATHER ,

land will put' your stomach In shape E 22-6t R. j. FARNELL Pres. promtly on receipt of the, regular ISett z o t;
; DUTY
E lto perform its important function of A Young Mother at 70. certificate showing that the grand

supplying: the body..and brain_ w th4rengllw "My mother has suddenly been jury had found a true bill and a certified to hU faJd7 Is to be

building blood. Digest made young .at 70. Twenty years of transcript of the evidence.. em'wen b."ell and Strong>> bm.He: t
What. you eat, relieves Indigestion. intense suffering from dyspepsia had Sheriff Limehouse's removal is due Ia1a kldne7a&I'e aDd out atrouc or orc1v.U '1

i>ld by City Pharmacy, I entirely disabled her, until,six monthsago to the lynching of Willie Spain 'a Dow 7011 P&Iu Tour back SA the achS? Ban J
jF _.rk'dacedonla negro at St. George, several Ie .T ear urtne Jd4Aen7 ,
when she begin taking Electric months hIafIIJ' Colored 7 Sc aa sad ,
[ School, It, F. Tool ago.and Thea. '' '
1, Bitters,, which have completely cured ame eIcza ottl4oaTafti
Ge' ,
[ i'sed"-Iast Friday.' This is the first her and restored the strength w.u t. ,
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"pool In' the county to make the 80 activity she had in the prime of life," Fire at Lake City. DL KcGxx'8 BACKACHX t -

r sent average, which entitles'\ it tom writes MJPS.. W. L. Gilpatrick of Lake City, Oct. 22.-Fire broke A D ZXDtilZ C & i
:two-months: .additional term fr > Danforth, Me.. Greatest 'restorative out in the building: used by Adams q+ '

'State., The"' patrons ware so pleas I medicine on the globe.. Sets Stomach and Pendleton_ as livery stables here .__.._ '

Twith,'Mr; Tool's work that theyrne Liver and Kidneys right, purifies hess this morning, and the building was HIOAK I R1 .tati

| 4 j"oat In &.bpdr Friday and.had blood 'and cures Malaria, Biliausnschool ; destroyed. No further loss of, {m-> w.:.tt.

wg 'picnic:dinntr on the 1 I and Weakness. Wonderful NerveTonic portance: occurred although the building ''' ,JJ\
. I C ntralsSehpoi ia:a few days, Barclay & Groove Drug Store., business houses ,
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