Live Oak daily Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075905/00148
 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 23, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00075905:00148
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..1 ; Badly Frightens the Doctors-Arrivarof Robi.nson's.. Circus-Story of "CLANSMAN" MAKES BOW

r, 1, .:: Street Parade and Performance-Tonight's Show
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The'Hlot Call Was Sent In and &Ita _

SI -asd ,John Robinson's big circus is here, formances. It.s the best circus ever of other shows, They have bay win Hundred Policemen 'Bent .

and Uve Oak Is in holiday attire. here. dowse skylights mansard roofs-are To Scene

F fit The town is crowded with strangers Street Parade. regular little homes. :There were

..iJ.I -the largest crowd ever In the place.The' The parade through the streets four band wagons and a ,band In

I I "II! yF'j'hree : railroads brought excurisionista was witnessed by a great throng and each. The first band wagon was a Philadelphia, Oct. 22. ""- Undermost .

t i =eerouat3stns from all the nearby towns. The pikes pttracted great attention.The rich affair, being of pea fowl design unusual conditions. "The Clansman" --

\\r .' were lined with vehicles and many parade moved at 10 a, m.. and so perfect is the carving and col- was produced, here tonight at

iiid had .
: the Walnut street theatre. Thecolored ,

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: isle oet the galee.tbrongh CAN YOU PICK 'EM ? clergy of- the city had made a"
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"UI\ formal protest to Mayor Weaver:

i .. the of
(nt against production the play, i
were, claiming that "lynchlngs have been

tilI"n;li i' !Q Bandaga'The; I ncouraget the play." The mayor .. ''
'J4ssaplfle at 8:30
r ,. <, refused to take any 'actio no, -z
Pl'l. aad passen- b +, About a half hour before the
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[ Ib' reach' their 'iC
. .. ,....,' __ theatre opened, Ninth, and Walnut
b a'tempestuousf
.c. ,:: streets, where the playhouse Is looted -
( Bg jthe ship,the
were packed with colored people.
heir,apprecia- ; t
.\ Director of
; Public Safety McKinley. ,
and thecrew
who realizing the danger had hastened -
for the
,to the'scene, begged the ministers,
Icb thsIluroiE; was
who seemed to have complete controlpf
tfce siorm and their
: the multitude to disperse: the mob.
able as the cir- Riot Call .Sent In. z

..Yt3a mils: A riot call was sent In-and five d _

' A. w'gale,off Frypatrday"morning >- ,. ._ police patrol wagons brought half a
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"J'.. -It l hundred policemen to the theatre.

-, A'j.... .., AaYe (Qnntil 3:30 The colored, ministers surrounded: vDirector
fa. aR ; 'vhen 'she. re-
McKinley and z
, :- he stop the play The director

r't passenger* on, theH7 delivered a brief 'speech,. asking the
| who .
i&GarrQit, crowd to ,disperse, and saying that r
:4- to be thrown4.f4s
T f he would endeavor' to have the play ,
slightly in- discontinued after This
a s, Snap Shot of Live Oak's Youngsters Skating ifnder Robinson's Circus Canvas tonight. '
: ,'- f seemed to have .a soothing effect on.
- fj tondaga, Capt BunRtai the crowd, and it slowly scattered. .

;,:-. o"a'the"morning.of walked in. A LIVE OAK. GIRL. oring that, if not for the wheels un- Early in the morning colored man,

f !1 o'clock she encoun- Arrival' of Show. der it and the horses pulling It, attempted to create a disturbance in.

.."."., '. gale'andhove; to for The first section came at 1 a. m. .. would look like a real giant pea cock the theatre. He was arrested, but I

:) The other three sections were one flying through space with musicianson the police had consider ble flicultT

1 f.; of the.steamer Co- h9nr apart. I ., its huge back. T second bandwagon i in rescuing him from. the crowd in
:: that he passed close The monster train of 60 cars was is a facsimile Of' the Dragonof the gallery. }

a' at Frying Pan divided Into four sections, and haul- v: Holy Writ. In the pageant were

; gwld not see anything of ed by eight locomotives._ Some people elephants camels battleships, tab-
, .Notice to, Contractors of Live Oak.
K although the weather didn't go to bed last night; they f leau wagons chariots lady trum- '
On and after November 1, 1906,
$ Flite lightship must have remained up in order to be sure of peters on horseback, sacred cattle 9'
bricklayers of Live Oak ask for
dsring the hurricane seeing the circus "come in." In this water buffaloes Indians, U. S. Cavalry -
hours and 40 cents, per hour. '
sight-seeing crowd the youthof and host of minor. novelROBINSON'S -
: were clowns a 22-6t R. J. FARNELL, Pres.The .
::' ..>t. .. _. 70 and the youth of 7. ties. In the rear was the, steam pipe

A: : ... .PLAXIXG MILL. Afternoon Performance. piano and during the parade it continually ape received all the (different t
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'-. '" r The performance this afternoonwas pealed forth the familiar phases of hydrotherapy In a strange,

!. -II Men. :With Money Have held in three rings, an elevated airs of the day breezy notes such as ly intelligent manner at times almost

::, : Jtal Greenville, Fla. stage a hippondrome track anda might have been made by a musical expressing enjoyment at the

-:' {-bonville'1Ietropol1s.) midai orena and; in fact so many fog horn. baths, especially the electric. light K

leg.',... mlii'plant, of the are 'the attractions shown that it is The Irrepressible."Doc" bath, which she declined to leave. A
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: 'nufactucjng! Company, difficult to see half of what is exhibited Waddell the irrepressible big crowd watched her. :

.,'.(lie. .;,.'Fla.' .., is nearing comche''lagt In the opening spectacle who bills himself the airship, of the However, when the Swedish move-

-. V .,. shipment- of mach- 300 artists take part forming a John Robinson circus tells this story: ments were tried she" had barely been '.

..**"" airiveda few days ago, splendid picture. Among some of ,After correspondence covering placed upon the vibrating* chair

.,,,w.,pelng put in position. the excellent acts are the McNutts' more than two weeks Dr John F. when she uttered a sharp scream and

,ow&pleted" this will be one of Ride with Death and Fire, James Dut- A Kellogg of the sanitarium at Battle tore away from the attendants and '

':' -* ands most up-to-date ton and Winnie Van in their startling Creek, was ncnplussed when Miss threw nearly 200 people who had

at'it4,r :krad ja Florida, andamonthly bareback act, the Couzon Sisters in With Robinson's Circus, Who AP-!! Marjorie Darwin was accompanied to gathered to witness the experiment .

?e. pay roll of sevod midair executing wild spins pears in the Opening Spec- I.the institution and registered for Into a panic. The ape was captured Y

,. .". dollars.0., The company and flights at a 3 thirty-mile tacle. Can you Guess treatment. in a small stairway and taken to a ,

.{ s', f half, a dozen. or more per hour clip while suspended by Who She Is ? I I After considerable discussion Dr. I I place of sa'fety. One attendant was ss
; ?sill men owning large injured before the animal was effectively '

_b 1 jhli Immediate, vicinity andafle' I CIRCUS ELEPHANTS j bound.

"" their' entire output. of The results of her action were recorded -
..8tockr" 7'; together, with- that of .-, -- -. .. . ,r--.. .. ., ,. ,... ? ,vr by physicians and will be ,. '
..r} .o?' smaller mills. The r ,'- \i. \ ii ;tr. ? [ ::: ; ':' .;" a:;.v< o ;a rw: "y. _ .. ifq.,4 t!:
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.ij expects to 'In the future ,f;' --:;, ,.".' > ,, ': -q: the American Medical society at.
near '."..,..(.'(:.o:;' ;tx.ff .,. 'h .;.;.;'"" n>... .'..
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[ .. ,manufacturing plants :J.i/ ", :. '- their annual meeting. "
a novelty works anda plant ; ;.t:.: :::,: : --" Miss Darwin was' in the street f
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,1l18.J1tJfaeture of artificial : ,' <{.<; <", parade this morning, and takes partin
; :They ,witt also erect a ,num- '; ;Yt. >. { 'i;" : :/1',: ';. both the afternoon and night per ;

..dwellings for renting. .... .$:,,. ;lit.- ... formances.
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> <(;TiUe-" is an, Ideal location for i Ie,>'\"'''+ Cut Appendicitis.. ,
7; kind ,+" .,>. belonging -
; -- manufacturing. too "Olo Folks, a chimpanzee.
a .t. Eon
.:Being located'at the Junc- 1 0 ,. to the show. was operated

tio"! .> .of' the largest trunk. lines t- -s today for appendicitis and seems

-: a1B',.' U. has as good freight, f ,f likely to recover. The simian was; '

''M'asy Interior town in the suffering greatly when a physician V '

1Js right'Jn the edge of what 3jklJI1 was called and seemed to have intestinal '

blj the largest bohy of yel- t i trouble. When placed un-

;,-. tlmber' In 'Florida,> and is k' der anaesthetics and examined the .r.. ,t
Litchi; : la be Inflamed
the bean of the very appendix was found to

,. ltngf section of the State. and swollen from the presence of-f

;' ,:Island and upland cottonown foreign substances. It was cut out
".\ h as'.successfully_ as in. any and "Olo Folks" Immediately began 4,
M ttidn.inent. .- "
to improve.
,., Show.
>- 'T . 'among the guests at the 'k a: xn Doors open at 7 p. m. Perform- a -

\:today are;.J, wl Duncan: h' % ?.n 4', Q ai.i ; ante starts at 8 p. m. Those going c
JasJ.A '{c,, ?pC' w ryxy 'yrY. .a. & '
'M yi, tiw
r{ 1. t" frelllH 3M ;4 y. yR' 'i. 7:30
; \k by
f { present
;..:...-/.:>,,'Speer., Lake.CUr; A. A. ,.. .. .,. .. ........,-..." .. .:'" .. T ... ..... ,-_. .. _. ,.. tonight should
rAocilU;. C,, N.-Hartman. and p. m.
'S:,./I* ,p.< Turner" Venhoii Snap Shot of "Basille'' Mother of "Jumbo," Having a Tooth Filled with Gold .1 The "Smart Set" J,-

jd 1"" Henderson .. ____.. Society people are much Interested k'
.MayoJ.ph. >weIrteetn"the Flying Banvards and and was led by an English trap to' Kellogg consented to maKe an Robinson't
.;TBriens Cv .Bv. ,McClenfC. ;. the'Wild West exhibition. with the animal, the In the Live. Oak girl
In word which tandem a pair of ment "'
a was hitched I will attend
ct L li "Smart Set.
< Hall The
; Branford
-- ; John Robinson's .. which revelation to V1'I--I
show proved
eh Roiler bfayo- -"' keeps the promises'made beamtiful Arabian stallions. tonight and, welcome her.; "Who is -
; In its advanced -of-animals, No,two tending: physicians, who .Y y
: Whit Springs.,. : notices were fifty cages she!" is the question of the hour -
,and gives satisfactory those about 400
." "" .. -. and" honest'per, cage Ere alike, and'I unlike ,
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1 J llllllUUllliUtt 1lllIlmtmursrWIUSlII- :lIIIIIIUlIIU mmmmmmmIJ:: HI I mlllllll:1111111 NOTICE. 6 Stevens, J.; A. ....Dead

1 StanseU AS.. ,,_ -'transferred
{ 1 Notice Is hereby given that the
IS'Slow man. G.'S .,.Left County
following names were stricken from *
t- the Registration Books of Suwannee 16 Slownian. G. S.. Jr;, Left County-

4 County Florida by the Board ,of 4 Slade H. T. ..-..**Left.County
--. Commissioners of said County 13 Stewart J. B. .. .(Left County
,Mrs. ,X -Mrs. -"Have* held October 17, 1 Saunders C, O.. ;Double
'" say you heard. the latest, at their meeting 1 Stokes F. A. ... .Double
news?!' !?::. ; name 1906 and has that been any stricken person therefrom 1 Scruggs J. D. ...Left County Office '

before said Board on 1 Stanford J. I. ., .Left County
may appear .
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2 J. F.
Sauls .Transferred
October 21, 1906. to show cause, why .
; Mrs; Z-"Why. what is it, dear?" their names should be restored: 1 Townsend S. E_ ..Left County Phor-41'- -
14 Williams, T. M. ...Left County
Dist, Names. Cause 6 WeatneringtonC.S. Left County lers ; .

::' . .Left County 9 Wallace J. H. ..o.; Transferred
f 1 Ash, G.. D.
Mrs. X "The *
Live '
Oak & Commis- a' .
Brokerage 6 Adams J. AT.. .. .Dead 17 Wbatley W. D. .Double *+8oss -
:. sion Co. have on the road 'expecting it every 5 Addler, J. W.... *Left County ,4 Walker O. P. .Left County Q BE =
4 Walker, W. W. .Left R
.... .Dead County
} 5 Allen.
I day,1,100 sacks of the Famous Snow' Flake 11 Allen Franklin -. ..Dead 3 Whitfield C. H. ..Transferred
Flour made in Nebraska!" 1'6Walker, C. A. .. .Left County
t. : 11 Allison G. W. ...Dead *
e. :; *- 3 Anderson. 'J. S...-.,Left County 1 White, J. F., Jr.,.,"C.Left County ATTORNED! -
:i.. 3 Anderson Allen Left County 1 Willard, C. B. U .Left County
!i Mrs Z-*'I am glad! Now Brannen. R. C. .* Transferred 8 Weaver, D. F. u. Left County Will do ] -
so have genera
we can good ...
1 White. G., C. -.. ...Dead
1n Byrd T, F.. ,. .Left County
I\f' Biscuits and Bread again. Boyette, H, N..Lett County 2 Wraner. W. J. .*Transferred Boons 1 USD I-
13 Butler R. W.. .Left County 13 White. O. B. . .Transferred -
\ 3 Boyd H. H.. . Left County 13 Wesley.," : Hardee .Left, County LIVE OAK
r Mrs. X 44Me too, dear, their add will show the i 9 Brock Martin .Dead A. LEE HUMPHREYS. -* t -_
i 9 Brown Abram .Dead J. W BRYSON Chairman.
day it arrives and my Grocer will sure have i 11 Brinson J, W.. Dead Clerk. "BE(
r to send me up a sack. A little high in i 8 Bryson. W. J.. Transferred tilEt

r '. 1 Burns M. C.. Dead _.
price but- \ J\ODaeD
i 2 Burns. G. W. . .Transferred _
i 2 Bassett. W. L.. H' Dead "The Elizabethan ruff 1$ likely to re ATTORNEY&_(

.' ., : 6 Black W. B..Left County turn." said Ma Twaddles looking up LIPS OAT .
1 Bozeman, W. H.. Dead from the fashion paper she was readIng

: 6 Blanton J. D.. .Transferred Wfflpr ctic in nth* T
i 1 Brinson F. B.. ... ,,.Double "If te does," responded pa Twad fcl attention f* -It .
hi II:;It I;111111 III!I In 111I II J 11111 I I111I11 m UlIIIIIIUUIJ 1111111 II 11I11 n I!II umHlUllllumlH III In. i 6 Boston G. I..Left County dies with energy "you set; the dog on : t&aaEts Etc.. biro lQ lrNo1rn

I, 1 Brewer T. W. .Left County him. Do you bear?" Pvgucgs a o
1 Butler, J. T..Left County
} 1 Brock, J. M. .. .. .Double A Cnrioaa Tomb. -
t r-1 Burnett, G. L.. .'. Double The most curious tomb in England, is S.Bao1fN. .
16 Brown C. H.. ,. '
For STOVES or FIRE-PLACE 16 Blanton. J, P... .Left County that of Lady Anne Grlmstou. daughter BROWN & T:
of the
WOOD 16 Barr. T. L. Z. .Left County Thanet, who died nearly
L two centuries ago and was buried lu
16 Burgman J. H.. Left County
t. 'f
Any length from 14 inches to 4 feet Tewin churchyard.
Upon her
15 Cope, S. J. . AI Left County deathbed PHYSx IAN &]S
8 Carroll, R. E. . Dead she disregarded the efforts of those
1 Cobb. P. D. . Left County who sought to administer spiritual
Will deliver, in any part of Live Oak ==* 1 Cobb J. H. . .Dead cooifort An atheist she bad Bredan, I LIVE OAK. i. N

1 Collins W. K. ...Dead atheist she would die, "It is as likely
i 6 Carver. W. V. Left County that I should rise lean from the dead... *
1 Cross 0. M. . .Double the said "as that a tree should L DIXON, f
& BAISDEN 1 Carroll, Jacob ., Double
out of tlie middle of '
coffin. $
14 Cason 'P. . my A _
Q. Left County,
) brown out of the
middle of her DENTISTS
t 114 Douglas J A.. Left County
Daniels J. B. ., .Left County oak-and by Its side a sycamore -
Phone. No 197 1 Davis ,Jeff. L. Left County The vault Is square of brick OBTODONTIA. ; CROWN im\j

4 15 Dorsett T, L. .'Transferred and granite. The two trees first filled Won=. i Sri asr
13 Dorsey,' E, H. . Left County the interior before they could find away .
13 Delegal L. M. "., Left County out. When they dd| burst through
17 Dowling, Geo. .Dead the
Y masonry they so spread as completely -,
f 14 Dees J, H. . .. Left County to envelop the grave. ]Do n't' Have \m c
8 Foster,.J, M., Sr.,, .Dead _
Waterman Fountain Pens 3 Gamble. J. H, .Left County r ..}
9 Griffin G, F, . ,Left County A Badly Burned Girl WorkBoU/, -

6 Griffin A. J, . ,.Left County or boy, man or woman, Is quicklyout '. 'NiJO\
Gillette Razors and Blades f 1 Goat J, C. ,. .Left County At the MilD. ,,1)1.11
1 Gill Allen ., ,: Transferred of pain if Bucklen's Arnica Salve ,., .' ..1.11I
c Kodaks Brownie Cameras 1 Gray G. L. . .',.Left County ia applied promptly. G. J. Welch; of 1 t

16 Giles, Jas. <. .Left County Tekonsha Mich., says: "I use It in
I r's 14 Goolsby A. B. Left County my family for,cuts, sores i ,]
Huyl: Candies 16 Gardner, M. P. .Left County all skin I am Ifle iirnrt
16 Graham, Solomon Dead injuries, and find it perfect. Quick d.
1 Grant Sykes .. Dead est Pile cure known. Best healtig 1t. ':
Victor Talking Machine and Recordsuwanneellugofflpa 4 Hurst, J. S. ,, ,Transferred salve made. 25c at Barclay & Groov I Build them under a t 1.t.- .

16 Hurst, P. L. .Transferred '
t er Drug Store. \
16 Hunter T. L .Left Coun tee: Have Built Hundr, -r

1 Hankins. W. D. .Left Conn' 'am Building more : verx } t
n 1 Halle, W, A. .. .Left Coun tyJust yy .
1 Head W. P. . .Left Cann Received For Best Prices Write i ;

1. Hlgglnbotham.R.K. Left County W. HJ :
..C TTS tsssz 4 HartV, H, .. .Left County 'r: !{
13 Hankerson, J, W., Left County at THE BAND BOX P. O. Box No. 4. iAtudLASs'04'O iAt.r.
13 Hankerson J. F, ,Left County ;- k- <<

17 Ingram, B. R. .Transferred .
17 Ingram E. Transferred New Fancy Waists, in C.t}+O+OPO+G4 tf -

Florida State Institute 16 8 Ivlna IngerYtlle.J. S.Mitchell.,. ... ,Left Dead County silk, lace net and nuns- .( '}

16 Idlett Nathan Dead veiling... WOod* b
16 Id'.ett. .Theodore Left Connty
06 RIVERSIDE AVENUE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 16 Jerrldo, Willis .LeftCounty Ready-to-wear Hats f ,
3 Jones, T. G. . .Dead ,
Situated on the banks of the St. Johns River. 13 Jesse Abram .. ... Left County: for ladies and children Y A horse wagon 1 load o

Perfect Facilities Perfect Location. 13 Jones, M. C. .. Left County for I 2 18 inch wood for|L&
13 Johnson, P. B. Left County early Fall wear. ,
,6 Johns, H. P, . .Left County: .-:'
Mrs. Schumacher's strictly private sanitorium for administering 14 Keen J. T . .Left County: Kid Gloves, elbow ; Famished on Short Xo ia',
I 1 Kempton, G. M. Left County
a special quick and painless treatment for all forms of the 2 Kicklighter. J. Transferred length. \ Leave orders atM.L'arcea40>-|

9 Law S. B. .-. .
drug habit and alcoholism, approved medical attendance and Dead t
15 Lacquey N. L. .Left County New Muslin Underwear H. WIMBERL Y.OrOrOM0r0 ,
nurses. Write or call for detailed information. A6 Leggett, R. J. .Dead Y :
16 Lane, A. H. . < .Left County in beautiful de +o+0'IOf04 t ,!
16 Leak, J. L. . ... .Left County ---' t
16 Locklier, H. J. ., !
Left County It DAY CU EAPILESt i ...
16 Locklier C. J..Left County
16 Leggett W. W. Left County f-

17 Lamb, J. P. . .Transferred Mrs. E. N. ,
C.E.HUMPREYSCONTRACTOR 17 Lawson, M. M. .Transferred Lawler. cuss w_a. <
1 Lloyd J.V.., ... Dead rUTI'sL'1T C '
1 Lawler N. J. . .Dead scan.1I1MI1I,1"1 ...._-;*
1 Lowe, J. E. .,.Transferred THE "'Ci.WOQGMAll'71 :

16 Mills, J. E. . .LeftCounty ,
Proprietor 16 Mock, W. A. . Transferred DICTIONARY Q : ee

3 McCaskill, J. C.. .Left County Bs caL In .
Florida Novelty Works 3 McLeod, A. J.. Jr.,.Left County tulin size Vocabulary.and contents It, Is the most -
1 McDaniel, Wm. Dead lected to exclude corruptions judc1ously of good se-
1 Morrison, R. d..Left County usage =d to avoid uuwtclligible tech- :

2 Meeks, H. M . Excels '
See me before building your house. Everybodyelse Transferred In dress yemeat. Each word be i- : {;
1 McFarland, 0. a R'u'agraph
D..Transferred rr in its correct alphabeta '' '
does. 6 Moseley G. P..Left County Excels ID and lit readily caught by the eye. 1'
17 Mitchell W. T. Dead and 8Cient111 EtJmo1olieL, These are complete -
13 Mattair D ... Dead reaultaof phUolod. Theyarenotscr1mped and embody the best 1
Residence and office, Phone 188. 13 Mathis, M. C. . Left County urcrowoed: In into obsc places.
6 Newsome, W. S. Transferred S5 .aSps which is fndj.
2 Nobles, M E. . Dead the
1 Newlan, W. R Dead 52BSa--"as in the,
I 1 Overstreet, S. T. .Dead :Exce1a hi
17 Parker, W. A. .Transferred t +yet complete Ddnit14u.,and They are clear,

nUl II un:I::11I1 mil Inl III I 11:1n 11:1 IlIIm: mmn lm:::::11I1 II:I I mill::111:11:III I:n 111I 1111 II:& 17 Page, W. P. . .Double slides order in of which_:"the word are baa given acqUired in the its
16 Pritchard J. T. Left County tionaarefllustrata.J ofhe defu -
1 Poucher, A. ., Dead KTf1*In its Appendix IDAtGIIT
1 Pound, J. E. .'. .Left County storehouse of tLefui knowledge.which fa a packed "WHO FILLS MY PR

15 Parrish James Dead other B.xee1a &I s Working Dictionary. No > .
13 Parnell, J. D. . .Transferred book. 01'embodies 18 10 much useful InOrmation. OD the
SUWANNEE BAKERYBread 13 Privett P.. R. .-. Transferred home.,study school 80 indispensable or office.t In the is a natural question

13 Quarterman, J. II...Transferred The International has part of a Physic ta
k 6 Koann, G, W. . .Left County. 2 pages with 2380 quar- for his Cents' tselftly '
11 Robinson, P. S. .Dead 2a,000 new words J000 illustrations The
Cake Pies Etc. 1 Rickard, J. J. .LeftCounty been added and the 0azettS Answer: ,
1 Rhoden, T. D. .Left County the World, and of and note sfaction. be
P 1 Rhoden, S. M. ..Left County t10 9 have been plc 1Vby' 1I
1 Rhoden, Snowdie Left v under completely reT -
County the knows hose eas >
Cakes made special to order. Cream Bread a 1 Rhoden, I. W. ,Left County :. Harris Ph.D.supervision LL.D. of W. purity o ''.
u. S. to
16 Roberts N. V. ... Dead Commigsioner of hdncation.
At the old Racket Store, in front of 1 Revels, Henry .. ,Dead ...FREE-. Teat In and exactness of mPo'i
Specialty, Proa 1m"'IHOJJ.II .
1 Race, H., C. .. .Left County D.L'C and entertaining Dg,
and Knowles 1 Robertson. A. J. Left County for the whole family. A1e! -.---- t
the Props.
Court House. Clegg 6 Sumner, J. J. .. .,Transferred pamphlet rG.&C.MERRIAMCO. \I:::

.. 1-9 Sealey J. W. .Left County .. V.&I Pharm
5 Sanborn, J.: F. .Left County PUBulKUS,1 ncsaeunr City

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11PiAILwAY. V lo/Pare Gold IB t'ae. 4S.

.t "Gold when refined from all Imp rl.

des;" feald'a jeweler "and alloys ot in- LIVE OAK STEAM LAUNDRY< :

___..",'<, 'SCSBDULELSTATIONS.: tenor metals Is denominated pure. .. ., y

;::0 rsi"f" j '.';:'.. R'"... C. L.RY I'T LIVE OAR This means gold of twenty-four ca1'4ts. -
'0 Largest and bet Laundry in Middle.Fk. .
UAJ w.No. and this Is'the standard recognized by ,
t @TUL TtYLi and dealers In gold.
# the mint master .

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., ,''. -: f< .' FatpndTs Dai11Z no gold so pure. Gold of twenty-t All work First class in every respect ,_ :: t:
;. _,': .ft.. Except as it can be l got. < :
0II carats Is about as pure
Day. S-.d- Prompt service and delivery ship'r-
.f'.., It has two,parts of silver or one part
4. i' !
., .:",,;! -;--,,,,:Z.l'.. of sliver and one part of copper The ments to. out of town customers when 4

a1 - Tweni
It In color.
;ss--- T ,may I ,Lv 10 00 a III Ii C >>m three silver'carat lightens gold Is occasionally SeeD. <;, ,.will be paid for' : : : ; : ? : : : 0

,--,.,._.L.. 9 52 am 218i pili which means a half carat of silver and: : .

.1... 515 of ropper. Ordinarily eighteen carat
9 $0 a m pili
gold U the best gold than can be had. Work under personal supervision of

: ,'':" r ,.KirklaoL 'I ... << am' OS pili Certainly It Is the best for Jewelry, tor

". ,;- ':;' .WDairth, -L.. 450pm pure gold as It is called Is too soft and LESTER SCARBOROUGH, ProprietorLIVE

'w _.. --Ar. will wear away much faster than I the
t.' 'U'J.a.raYiDe-- owners of It desire.StoTCm..-. OAK FLA.SOUTHERN .
:: ,_-. IJiravilla- to. .
11h'zZ-. = wj. > U .,.... .. > > I 1'4 I I .4 .'. M I I I t.. t I > I.t. . t t ..
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S? l, ?.. -, Wil I&rth- ...........:JLr. 'S5.m US 1 1t pm Stoves which ,
... In use In Greek and Roman hon -
.1 ? _- .SQVUUIM BSw18 _.......-.., "Ii .3Zam 43ZplII holds. The ancients also employ*

.- ... earthenware RAILWAY. 4 4TWO
"- X"I.,,, 'lOam 1121DO open tubes of metal or

,.",: -" ._.._. :__.....-.- .Lv 91! a m 4001 and. In addition, heated their rooms

,; .. A.r. with charcoal braziers. Grates for the
\ rI
15 burning of coal were employed .
c- ,- Alton----------L.Ahoa..,__. ... .Ar. centuries ago In Great Britain. YILDJ' I
.; U thousands of patents have been taken Schedule Effective NwemberO ISOi zIbellyineEUL
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-.' J.-).;........ -'-..)11',Iayo. .. _L". out upon stoves and ranges since
Ar. 1.5 PIB .
istunn Franklin and Count Rumford point* 'No.! ... NQRTHANDWEST05a

np ef Pedrt------.-.--.-----1,. 9 9 a !SPIIt out the waste of fuel and of heat I ivolved 7 56pILy..JackiODYil1e..Ar q 4Az.JacboDriI1eS.! Ry Ar
n. 1. 40p,Lv.._..Jeuup_ 10 36p Lv J.uup Ga. B. R7.L.
l3 -_ ...S alll II -.----.-..- -.--LT.IS 's 51 a m 215 pili in open fireplaces. 1 Z0p It !ip Lv-.Saganak.-Ar I 60a L..Kacou. Ga. S. R.Ly
***** Ar..CoIumbia..L. ,
U "feSp i 00a IIOaAr.Atlaata.G. S Rr.Lv
_.i, A.koJd ,, -L.. 8 10 a m Z { pm 10 01.p t b6t An..Ckubtts ::L. i 20t I ,.Rome. Ga..s. R71p611 .Lv
-'- The History of Tat'lta. 1!2 56.12 lip:I ArGreeubore : Daltoo. G .
.ChArlton- -.-.-.-.----....Ly. I as a m Z 351 The entire history of Tacitus, as v i lp Ar..I&nille..Ly 9g 4.: .:trl, Ts. R1.LV: '
U 159. & 4P!. r..Rieluaond..IN lop: Ar.Lexin&1o. XQ.& GLv
I &t ,-?--.---,geese-,-.-""---?..--,-?---Lv. I ZS t 220 p IB have the work was! regained from a lia 7' iP1Ar..I.'DehburwJ; u1p Ar.clae'natti.OQ&GLv I I101a
BOJrf 3.0 found In the fifteenth cetury IIOp'' r.CharIottesvlile L. 8 rap L.CiDe'utti, 0$y
', : kOlo' .. .....L". 8 15 a m 210 p copy
-.. --.... -r 16i 1fIJ -.-" In a monastery of Westphali. I' 9 45& 9 5Op Ar.Waahingtoa..Lv '7"lOa Ar.Chicaga III Big tLvII
39a 11 asp M.BtJt -..Lv .Ciac't'ti PaLtnetAr ;
,-.i mi n.DIII&J't-L.. B 08 t m 1831UR That we should owe the works of this 115p! Z S5a fir-.W. Phila...LY 8, 35plA Pa Lines.Ly rt

; U .. .1'.. is remarkable cicumstance 413p J_1_SOa Ar... NewYork..L. -I---- '
+ ?"---,--.-, --_:..---- 800am 1201Pereq author to one copy a 8 45pLv.Cnc'attiC ClIO D.Ar
,4 f for the Emperor Tacitu NO&. S& and SL-"Ne. York ud rJonda 1:%. 7 23'a'Ar Chicago Mon.RouteLv
'; ::., .- claimed to be a descendant ot the ,reae"Daily Pu11maD Drawing Room Sleeping 1 SpLv.Cin'natiC-IlAD.Ar!
; ; ,.. S t&tio.. (f) Flax Station (r) Register, (a) Regular Stop. d a) ;tr. f'ort Tampa and Jacksonville to New York. S 2pt'Ar-Toledo-tL: H.do; DrLrNos
;, .tt', T. P:. ALSTON. SuperinU&dent. historian had copies of the history :10 -"Washington and Florida. -T Z5a Ar Detmit Mich.P.M.Lv 0
of the empire Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleepng
in 9
placed every library Lv Cin'natiBigFour.Ar6Ar.Cleveland.BigFourLv
I.,GeacrU Pas etltev Agent car Jacbonrille to hew York. Dining Car. '
and each year had ten copies transcribed ,

for presentation to scholars. All. It : N""ao THIOUGH LAND Or Tea Stitt. 'i3 PIL..LeX:ugh .. Rp.Ar810p ,
Lv.Lonlarillp..5. R.J..Lv
Gulf seems, perished save the Westphalia 7 Ar.SL LCUIL..S 1t.J.Lr
, .Oak Perry & T 55p L._ Jacksonville f1a..Ar / : :
.' copy 1 215a Lv-S&Y&I1JI&h. Ga.b 10 eza Ar-Anni.ten. A S.Ry.Lv
i 6 00. Ar-.Columbia. S. C.-.. ....Lv 12 Olt Binn'1wQ.A.8.R7.L.
ieoTert Ar-Aaliv. N. C.---.Lv 6 05p1ArMemphis.Frseo..LyE
Great D 160p
Railroad Company, r.p ArH.ot Sprinp. N. C..--.Lv 9 40a CityYriscoLv
c ; '. The editor of a Kansas paper state I Qp Ar--.... KnovineTean.Lv 8 Sup/Lv.Memp'1.1T enn..A&.'
r _' ;; -- that he once borrowed a WJncheste 8 50a Ar_..Lenbville. Ky.-L; t 20a Ar-Hot SpringArk..LvI
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL *0. 1901. Itp Ar.SL LeuiI. MoB .,---Lr -
.' rifle and started up the street a few 15& Br____.Qneinntit. O..IL. Room Buffet
No. M.-Daily PII11man Dewing
As after to deliver the to Iweer. fs
' i ,, Jays weapon Sleeping Car Between Jaeksoavile HendenonO&A -
' 1I p Cp The delinquent subscribers got "" CELLENT DINING.AU. TILUNS.CAR SERVICE ON ville.Aahville. Hot springs Knoxuill..Dd CinciD.nattL :;

a d It Into their heads that he was on Urarpath .
Kt '
;, padPua STATIONS. x Q xe e and every one he met Insist
I, :., ;. s ,r e n e 4 e Na -Fbrida Limited-Daily Solid Vestibule Train Through day peaches and Pullman Sleep.
<.;:1' No. I ...-;....._..... >n paying what he owed him. On ng Can.JackaonTiUe to Atlanta Chattanooga and Cmcianatti Ala PoUman Sleeping Car Morass ;
ex.Sun man wiped out a debt of ten yean' to Cdorad.Springs CoL.na Birmingham. Memphii.Kansaa City. -

I ,..', [ itandlng. On his return to his office he .
''';;' $ P, i P. U. P. M. A. I(. A. II
"I :2 I vy 140 c Arrive Arrive AI0.000A! found a load of hay 'fifteen bushels of JAMES FREEMAN District Passenger Agent 108 W.Bay St,Jacksonville Fla.L .

"". ...i'! ; +Lq 251 _Uve Oak". 430 41' 5040 US U6 1.1' oral ten bushels of potatoes a load ot H7 HAIU>W1C1C.P.T.u: W. H.TAYLOR.G. P.A. G. B. ALLEN.A.,).4.P.A

r/.' 100BDcQ--Starr.Sink...._ a 41Z i.U U I.U wood and a barrel of turnips that hat

LSMS' 315 -? Mercer_. {4 08 OS UO 5.17 U8 9.35 t.t'l t.03 been brought In. We would like to

.* LN AI I I 3D 40 ".Lancaater..J'l&tt.-_. '356 1.08 Uti 1.50 borrow a Winchester for a day or two
t tot : L. a.a b 5000 L.US L. 8..to SEABOARDAir
;445 Lv; 4 10 Dowling Park. -St. Louis Post-Dlspatch.
{ 15 Az 119 Az US Az 9.18 Ar 1.1% I
4iQ 117 -Chanq...... a 33 L.LSO 9.05 I.OS
S 30 Ar 4048 1.Ar.
{ Ell ---BelL.- A DlacdTftaUce of Health.A .
a 28 us 8.84
+ ''/51 4 25, Mayo Junction US 4043 L" 1,00 L"LOO' visitor the of the eastend Line Railway
-j a M Lr. .0 _,..Dal...:'... 119 t 4040 Ar&S5 Art among poor
4 606 4 48Silo__ 315 U& UIJ 7.yM of London found unexpected test) ,
A (lq 46! -Tewnsen&_ 3 eo UO us U8' to the disadvantages of health? Camden Southern Pines Raleigh
.. i5 513 --Smith.- Z U Ui 8.210, 1.08 Tony For Savannah, Columbia, ,
dM I n Fenho1ow&1Lv 2 M U2 8.15 1.53 I h 1 one of his calls. Mrs. B. had a faro

Ar U5 510 _pen'J'_..'. L. 3.50L&00 L.UO lIy of a dozen children, and like most Baltimore Philadelphia New York
Hampton ip'L ,
Lw>205 Lva 20ILI7.30 Lrs Richmond Washington, ,
; ,
y ; of r her class she had her tale of woe totell '

{ 'MAYO and ALTON "How are the children Mrs. B.r
Trains Daily
Three Elegant ,
aquired: the caller* A.II"err well -

sir very well Indeed"thankful 'SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
sod Put hueDgel' Frt and Pagy'Frt. aM PUll Pl.llIt'nnr nswer. "Ton ought to be ,

Na.9 4 Na 11. STATIONS. Na i No. 11* -j I N* U I'm sure with so much sickness SEABOARD EXPRESS'SEABOARD ,
DRUyttgaapr Sunday Only Daily ex San. Daily ex Sun. Sunday..Ql!
A.M7 """ bout" "Yes. sir; I suppose I ought
> p..K. P. U. A.M.
c Lee Arrive.An.e Ani" to be thankful; but I tell you. when
U(; ; 130 1.10 yoJunction 8.07 1.30 151 they're well they eat an awful lot"
tt 4.40 M 7.58 un 8."
111 ffi
: : 153 clark 7.47 1.10 8.33 PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
U'- loa t6ASN8 Peterton 7.35 3.00 ua Jara'c Pep latloa. MODERN
Ie, I 5.30 I 7.20 a US in
0. Ar 8.40 Ar 8.02 Alton LT 7.00 L" US LV 8.00 Java is very thickly populated, and The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pull
__atop. ColUleCtion made at Dowlina'Park for all trains to and from Live Oak aDd PIn'J ultivation is pushed to an extraordln- Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine Jacksonville

Waraauoa I tt LeIr l1 U Building.Ie eooneetiow Live Oak.with othtr linen 'phone 01' call on General PUlleDPI' Mat ry distance up the steep slopes of thehllls. and man New York via Richmond and Washington Leave St. Augus-

DOWIJNG.President R p HOPKINS. GeDera1 1ate.rger Agent The plain of Leles hi'the month tine 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M., daily, including Sundays ,
ot July "1a one sea of ripe golden rice

"'; 1 rti with here and there a village of brown

latch roofs nestling in a group ofeen ONLY LINE fi

cocoanut trees." In the middle daily through sleepers from: Jacksonville to New Orleans.

JtlanticCoastLineFlorida ti of the island white chimneys of sugar 'Operating o'o;full information ant M....pr rewrrwtlciw call .

illls peep above miles and miles of on any agent of Seaboard or write i

,} fields.

r {' Georgia Alabama S. C. Assistant BOYLSTON Genera JR. Passenger Agent.JACKSONVILLE. j J

.. Fire .. ; I Why does water put out fire? Water .. o. :

Virginia, North Carolina and duces the temperature of the flame INSPECTORS AXI CI< HKS. WlUon and Parks Upaey, InspectorA,
below the point of ignition; therefore Iecannot and S. D. lluggtna, Clerk. '

South Carolina. ....urn. Water does not smoth- List of Inspectors and Clerks al'- District No. 18--H. B. Pelegal, Q.

er the flames even when the burning pointed by the Board of County Commissioned W. Untatead and J. J, Qorbett, 11p'ctOfli. \'"> ,

brand is completely Immersed in a on October 17, 1906 foi and I). "'. Uusteaa. Clerk,
General Election to be held Nov No. 14-1'. 0 WUH wi,
ta.nk of water because the first con.tact the District
The Great Highway of Travel from puts out the fire-that la. reduces ember 6, 1906; J. 8Klnkald I* h. Davis and W. ... Mclnnli, In*..
No. 1-T. J. We C. F. O'Ponnell, Clerk
District pectors and
the of the flame .
temperature and F. I, Robertson Inspectors District No. 15-J, A, flllley, T ,

Jorlaa--East West. Horn South the point of Ignition.Considerate.. < and J. P, Lamb. Clerk. J, Lancer and J. A, Caaon, Inspector9, F
t District No. 2-W. E, lUrrell. and W. I.. Fuller, Clerk,
!.- A. Thompson and J. R. Bassett, Inspectors District No 16-,W, V. doff, J, I*
Cp Mrs. Don -nenry. I think you are and W. A. Nobles Clerk. : Pennlngton and W 17,1'ann. 111l '

TO THE EAST THE FAMOUS wltively, cruel Here I've tried' 110hud District No. 3-Will McLeod, J. 0,, tors and W, II Molley, Cl rk.

ci.dORIji1\ to cook you a nice dinner and you Boatright and J. H. Hunter, Inspectors District No, U-.J, H, Parker, W, ,<
AND WEST INDIA LIMITED vent had a word to say to me about and T. T. Hart, Clerk II Johnson and T W ScoUt luspee< < v

I'- It. Mr Dove-Darling, I love you too District No. 4J. W. Grant, J. M, tore, and II, U, Hrown, ClerK.: 1

.... AND NEW YORK EXPRESS. murh for that. If I said what I thought Tucker and A. J. lace Inspectors A, I.RK lHJMrnmua.Ct ;
1,, tIfliDi. and Y. H, Ballentine, Clerk. \ 'r PHn,
---,-- 10u'd never speak to me again. ,
: :; District No. 5.;.-..T. H, II hunt 8.M J W. HUY80N, Clerk. !

: MONTGOMERY Painfully E oaonilc l. Martin and J. T. Green, Inapeo _-
tors and Dart Newburn, -
U1rQl not economical.
are No. 6-A, J, Miller, L. B
riu liii : VIA ATLANTA.'PUUMAN economical\\Ife Well. If who you saves don't call her a wedding woman Barnes District and II. W. Mauley, Inspectors, HELP IS OFFEREDx

G. 1). Howell, Clerk. .
and OAhWeparnetlYr.quratallraua4 &
dress for a possible second marriage, District No. 7-Andrew J, UaiII: TO WORTHY YOUNQm lP
CARS AND THROUGH COACHES J'd like to know what you think ecoo.omy A. Mock, InliJltj. swr4NAGwt!+
t ONIAUITRAINS. T. P. Hurst and W. .Ntwl W !L .F!a111 !t1i
ltuaii-t thlll{P
Atlantic Coast la? ;ors, and W. I* Sullivan Clerk, lwW \\bOf\JL4t1\., I 'f"H"i $ ..4 N.aiWn
Line mileage books, good to all points, via all District No. $-J. A, PeUerry, J. ,"Lt.{. ta t\write l.3f lest eMia.C.riM1 Null f\Of our Vent 11a1FNiis'1I'T.'" -
rams U far East and J, H. Johns, Inspectors 11ftif'. j1\1 inJ..p x
as F4ai
Washing'\.on, and as far West M, KIght a 1k.N't1l4'<<' WI4T +
as St. Louis ire gtlarp
cinnati and New O2leans lUood Poisoning md J. V. Brown Clerk Ci..Ilt. flpdstt {tn.;.. tH"
; rates $25,00. District No. &--Q, It. BtftnbaU, Al --- ..-. .
chronic constipation --------
results from ----
bert Hogan and W O. Kenady IlIi' ....---- -

CONSULT THE PURPLE fOLDER. which is quickly cured by Pr King's actors, and P. J. Mallory, Clerk, NOfart;, e

91' dtt&ilecl and full aUwhich District No. 0-0.. !., Daley, lIT =
New They remove t@J
infonnatioI Life Pills. } Indrbte4' to fit
regarding rates Pullman reserv and 0T.. I.auibtnlbouii .," 1..ftlfl
.J tionsi.Schedule: call 1s quickly cured by Dr. King's A. Ugett Tedder. nr, 1ft, M i1tiann
; on your nearest ticket nspectors, and J. fl.I, &tP'T4*ktut rp err c
agent write
KK C. Or Infuse new life and vigor; cure sour
BOyLSTONt Diat. p. Clerk. bards, All tFiuufts
'ST geat,138 W"Bay St..JaekllODri11e, Fla. stomach. nttusia, headache dizziness District NoUT.. A. Mlkell, J. "m f\l'f\

!;CMG 7tTra; !!h a.' Agent $ W. Bat St.,Jacksonville Fla.WRt and I colic, without griping or dls- r. Ward and H 0, tight Inspectors, r utunl 1Ij lItm llunH\rJ lit11S1 .

'!; fig, \ ]Manager, moral Offieei. Wlbn1ngton. };. C, eomtor 25c Guaranteed by Bar and J, W. Mlkell Clerk, \Q41 :
P&sa. Agent Ceaers1015ces $. Robs! p II, I --
Wilmin ton, N. C. cIa iy b Grover Druggists. District No, I3'-P. --- -
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I 'liYE 'DA .YEI ; !p '!: |through their excellent! newspapers ," VlSJf:.TTftTfOfOUR? r Al'hoi JID.' '. .- .-

., .. '
a '
"" present tittle.jiltjlisfigiired
t' :PUBLISHED: r>> Col.J, inr-this., ,.#B.Issue John. of but still In the rang andas'far, IJOWtINtr'w : ,
EXCEPT SUNDAY: removed from .dejection. and Despair
in which he dis-
,'J.,F ,SHERWOOD,.Editor 1 as any two communities In this coun .. ,
drainage issue
'- : .
try. As is always the case the first : r''ooPGfi'THti. ..: -
into the merits of "
T THE WE OAK PUBLISHING accounts of disaster are exaggerated .to

.,to the Con- I for 'a hurricane is a powerful stimulant Mineral Springs, Hotel hit ,
'Entered at' the, for a ,drainage .
to the Imagination and the re-
,Oak, Florida of ,the clearest HOT AND COLO BATHS UNSURPASSED. _' _
Second GOOD
as vised returns generally put things in TABU. -:=..- ,_
-, ,Matter November 7, 1905. articles. on that WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BOWLING ALLEYS. 81LUAtIIi..1IIIJJ.;
much cheerful light It we
seen from any SttA&i ,
VHE DAILY DEMOCRAT were called upon at this time to __ _
; has made a 17MILESFRO "
mailed to any part of and present answer the question "what's. the matter RATES REASONABLE &GULF. COIII IIJV ;At. .
States, postage prepaid with Miami and Pensacola" we

per year; $2.50 for six ng any may man readily of; |f should cry aloud "They are all right" ADDRESS PMKftOTEkDOWyNOPflRfcFILive ( "

a $1.25' for three the voters of Su-
50 cents for fire weeks have had neither I The amazing ignorance at theNorth
Delivered to anr part, to go .into l of negro conditions in the Oak ;
by carrier for 10 cents and Southern 'States is almost startlingly M'f'g.E fa. t
data on both 1 I illustrated by the fact that the :a-t
DEMOCRATIC NOML [ !American Banker the leading bank- Manufacturers -
and yet who of :
t tag publication In New York City, "
fat Member rf Conrreaa.IkUmet: Sad intelligent Col. Johnson knowl has gravely informs its readers in sub- ,Lumber Shingles, Ice, Electr < 1:

I'R.Ca.ARlt. .r service in puttingsta! ce that the color line is drawn so

r ,closely down here that and Tm
negroes are
IW Justice of tM S@reDM before them entis|
l' CHAS. & :PAKXBILL.of ."(' its essential facts 'not allowed to deposit money in '

JUtS a WSimELO. of to.each other, The Southern banks. One of, the large Electric Lights in any part of the city furmsWiii -

IW i ll O who reads his factors in our negro problem is or Business and Houses at a. very reasonable rate,. .Ea .

XC9TOS A. Btrraio< for the amend. dense and officious Northern Ignorance day night current-for manufacturing pub;(

S.HUDSON BURR of be particularly im on the subject., And yet with Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have: :::'-. -
t'a Far SI nte Hooa of all their tion and '
effective immeasurable noninformation all orders promptly filled. =: t a a ;
.. Colonel handles and misinformation.they are perfectly ,'.

For, Tax Assesaor appeals ol the willing to instruct us as to our "

a A. D. HEMMING., to popular pre duty to the negro.
e .s
Fur Tax Collector: ;' awful corporations }
7 J.N.UEEKS- make us believe Governor Vardaman, of Mississippi, ..i -

For Cwmty Treasurer mankind and are who is now a candidate for the IDLE MONE1
the human race United States Senate and has plentyof site*
For Member of Schoot& "
il.A,ADAMS. kind of rot opposition got himself interviewedin ... _
1L)(. CARVER. at the hands Chicago the other day on the negro "

E. R. WISE.:, but that is only] question and if he is correctly: reported Money often lies 4 r_:

For Member Baud County very able pre he is an alarmist on the subject

M .L a BURNETT.J. DAVIS. .Issue, and -a prophet of' impending evil awaiting opportunities l'. '

J.B.GRANT. his whole let. we could well afford to get along
q W A. TISON. readers who want without it in these troublous times. investment; but these ;d f

J.J.DEMPSEY.The on the subj est. Governor Vardaman is a good man ,

and makes a good governor but he > portunities
pure food laws not
has the Tillman
on the
,; operation and the day town! Ah. what j -
negro question and that is not the
s mysteries wicked up from every week month
temperament for or ev
leadership on an ,
at the of
diseased edibles is supposed call the

an end. Secretary Wilson is we will not de issue must so"be grave handled and with delicate the firmness which year. I In the meantime LA

with eagle vision, and with a column
and calmness of wise, conservative _
the flaming sword of the vealy. reminiscent I II
I self-r strained men. Fire alarm money should be
he will sea to it that this venerable and i earnings .

deleterious or even theme. for you've possible politicians for in the the common South are good.the worst ; i something; and it ,a

ter goes down our A n'er But before re- canjthll, ';,

,. And, by the way, the new of the drain you place it in this bank "
law is about the only recent ce problem the History Corrected. ; i

is ,can reform measure not of the town Mark
Twain says that some
the. Democratic platform. rights of the. ago, when In 'the South, he met an THE FIRST NATIONAL B =' '

on the calend old colored man who claimed he ,
Here's. a negro,preacher place to say that knew George. Washington. "I ask- J' LIVE OAK, FLA. 'Vk ff _

to suit" us. He is Rev. R. the age that ed him," relates the humorist "if ...
} leader of his race out in us and robbed us he was' on the boat when George --- .- <

and at a meeting of his 'J'I on a day like this Washington crossed the Delaware, C. H. BROWN President C. A. HARDEE l '

tilt Association in Osceola. in town are in a and he Instantly replied; 'Lor. massaI D. E. HORN Cashier. W. J, HILLMAN) J VlCe-Pr&" ,' ., ": tttL'\ .

a few days ago, he childish hearts are steered dat boat." ,"

!eternal fitness of things and childish eyes Well,' said I, 'do you remember A ,A A A A A ,A :. '

i in' his address: "I am and childish when George took 'the nark at the #: {,=

x social intermingling of the and rioting Iii cherry tree?' ;S '" W l t-
dp not hesitate in and dreams
saying i "He looked worried for a minute,'
, the negro man and the I as no and then with a beaming smile said: l

stay on his own side of the no art of man i'Why rush, masse, I dun drove dat
being done, peace and after all, us kids back mahself.". 1 114
reign" dead perhaps got

circus than our From \ el firms

The Georgia Branch of were not so criti- ; l)1ague.There's LNew gt

ers' Union at its as the young- grave danger from the Goods :
recent .
Atlanta, set an example and ours was {plague of Coughs'and Colds that'are Stylish and Tasty[|1|
so prevalent tJ
be followed all over the privilege to 1 unless you take Dr.King'3 .

deciding to offer prizes in and troop New Discovery for Consump ,

gressional district in the country road some I I tion. Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Geo. THE BON-TON

the acre of land producing away and proudly Walls of Forest City. Me., writes:

potatoes corn and cotton. into town, with "It's a Godsend to people living iq

-'y 'tails of the plan will: be ; wagons and cages climates where coughs and colds pre ( will,as never beforetry to show up i
vail. I find it quickly ends them. It '
The shows
and announced later. If are the
Prevailing Fashions this Season
prevents Pneumonia
shall, become general in may be better, cures,IaGrippe, ,

Southern States and the and peaches gives wonderful relief in Asthma 3 therefore the Ladies are fault '
Hay Fever and
be of sufficient value, it will a flavor we don't I makes weak ed
the farmers to try for today so did the lungs strong enough to ward off .\I to call.-Too early to list goods, '

i lease | circus that'travel-- Consumption. Coughs and Colds. 50c but look
and for
'motive give for them improved a direct hava an !net- ,and 100. Guaranteed by Barclay future notices : : 1 .t.. f.
& Groover Drug Store. Trial
bottle '
methods. This Idea of miss in the
Farmers' Union is a very of the present. I free. School Bags for the Children!* K.

and may be made to .. of a day that ,1
deal for our Southern other things :
and the fault \
t Two weeks not in the things. John Robinson Shows one of m
today is
the oldest and best known Mrs.
tented ; C.
we for have the State three election and Cotton Association organizations in this country are an W. Bach

nouncing their date for two performances 71 -
Legislature, railroad at a late meet October ..':
on 23rd. While "
and 'a long list of adopted a resolu have ever been in the van of caterers they "m"/F.: "' -- $ m :.
and county officials to President Harvie ..... .
to show goers their offering this season
no public Interest of the Sea THE
promises to outshine any of their ORIGINAL :
subject, and only the to meet in
I former efforts and the bewildering The JJUE'INj'
'age amendment to the than November Idea of a Cough
r has array of imported and domestic talent the bowels.and Syrup that will act on ;
aroused any question of the thus assist In
will contribute to a program of rare the expelling colds from _
system Is
primaries settled the whole new and
greatly decree
excellence. Original In
Every comfort has been lCer.nedy's
l.axatlrreHoney '
and as long ,as we hare justifies a higher 'provided for the possible patron and cues and Tar. Nearly allother cough
patty in Florida worth the by the Valdosta all can attend with 'the assurance of Opiates.constipating especially those containIng "
lifeless political condition Columbia Kennedy's
County laxative
.an afternoon or evening spent without Tar Honey and
tinue. the
It is not a healthy .not to sell its cot the slightest discomfort. The bowels contains no sii
for it gives no adequate November meet
mammoth tents have been
to the public mind on the
water-proof.wide commodious seats
Ural questions under A certain
re provided and courteous ushers will safe and harmless
all remedy for
: other parts of the country; Coughs Colds.
yesterday's Jack be in attendance to see that you are La Croup Whooping Cough
Old time vigorous and Grippe Bronchitis
rather overdoes conducted to Influenza
your coupon chair In I and and all Lung
the Bronchial
.disputes on policies of
Pensacola tact a well appointed theatre can ehM Mothers pulse the '
parties, emphasized by the I favorite :
despairing females .offer no more inducements as a safeguard suiu Tar Kennedy's Laxative
equation In the contest disheveled hair to your welfare than this l ,
pletely: missing from our kneeling amid t hap e "father of shows." COUGH HoneyTr D

:though we had never and sea, and ----' .An/

Rat there ,Uf jxo ,help for or purpose for .. When you have electric troubles fWP and .wgaVte-wtU thet_ t [ dally advices from call up J, C, Lyle; he answers your SJlSL rTH8 S2D* Laboratory of _. C. D.WITT A ,CO.. cmCAGo1T..R: r
ctOTZa .
iegWis .permanently i h we obtain ,calls. promptly __ 18-51 BLOSSOM Ash 'fll BUt>JD IS OS KTffT JCntI'
3 Y V ""9' '_ y by City Pharmacy.

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1FPa Irj c. 'ENTERTAINS. ,.i.d, Ifj", .,.,'arse ..... M:_ .
< McCASLIN' / -
SMiorylasterF, CfiwenJ, Fireclay.r :. ; '. .1'1 ,; ,- B R iN\1 .'r'i' ".'. '""'d""0\' t .& .

:;'b and WhitePressed Brick, *The S 'F.rm.a'm ittii: ty.,
,& Supply Comb: Ladles"of'Live Oak Take Tea BAISDEN : : DtAjBi -_, ".I_:
see4lvOakBrlck 1 'and Are Delight g, \! .. .. 18.6t. Ladies', Emporium 'Phone 106. ,: ;
DAy}- :, ,' ",' ., _. 4 fully Entertained.The J .' acres 1tumPM"afJ IB'..." -:: _.
1" 1 \- '; -- 'tJ of 'cultirationr sixty: :'
presenteda -
y 'groceries from Surrency I Ladles' Emporium of good timber 'one et rt.,
RIp 4:3i. :, Bay_ yqor! and tasty arrangement ;, 5
beautiful '
&: Powers and get chance at You the I(yesterday as the result of the preparations $4,000The room dtvelll f; :barns sad'ali-

11dtABtF beautiful ,hand painted china. made by that popular store necessary- outbuildings, tenit.' .
lucky one. A. Roberson houses one. pair of tl
maj be a ; good
their lady
for the entertainment ,of -
'* House on Ohio Avenue. moles one twohoneTapa;
who were Invited'to
ti.YAip : customers
a s Y fiO Sawannee Bakery has opened' jn tea there and meet Mrs. McCaslin, ve rooms, hot and cold office'J cane.mlU and, boiler; enough B
McDaniel oppositethe and feed moles
the C. T.: sore corn hay to the
and of New York, who has charge of the situated In the heart +
court house. Fresh cakes Much one! year._A bargain for quick'purchaser. '
ready-tq-wear departments town. A magnificient
bread daily.-Suwannee Bakery. Terms: one-half
said about Mrs.
has been
roent for some one Is cash balance and two
and since her arrival she has ,one :
Just:arrived at The Ladles1Empor .I shown her high qualifications for the Ing 12 per cent gross. J ars. Interest 8 per cent.

., -"' 7v ium,plaid'"Jumper silk Suits waists" silk Let petticoats us show, J!I I I work, and the management II of. the above price Includes WE SELL VACANT LOTS:

::, ,; gaaYat and 22-2t :Emporium Is more than pleased with furniture the owner has Railroad Addition; Fraltland
:>' # them to you. +.
g.t. y >
': I the great Improvements- and new features building. ; : : : : : ; ; Barton Addition and

'-';. Three setter puppies for sale; seven I I Introduced since she has taken Nice Six-room Cottage Stephens Addition.. :: : : : :

in, with bath that we
: SslraA ,atric months old Just right for
: Newbern Live The Democrat reporter called yes fer to some one at a
bird season. T., V. Estate and investments1u2
2-t ,terday at the Emporium and was Easy terms. Call at our
Oak; Fla..
shown through the ready-to-wear department
suit de-
: :tfw ,
; Nrnpodumled.for plaid silks in all colors It would be expressing it
Beautiful Edwards'lWIDdow. mildly to that the reporter I:II I:I:J II;111111m::III 11Im:::ummmm U III!::III mimmu: 1I111; m: m :mmmm:: 11:1: ::'
:: + ,. on display in Miss M. V. but say

made syrup Doa't fall to see them they was surprised and pleasantly so.

'S. have Just arrived and are beautiful. I I Mrs. McCaslin Is a most charming :
entertainer pleasant and instructive
A I fjfmpef''Suits" Reduce your! light- and Increase I: in, conversation showing her -

your light by letting J. C. [complete and easy mastery of her

Lyle Install some of his new and up- art. A tea table daintily spread,

Gaines- to-date electrical appliances. 18-5t occupied a cozy corner in the room

.t .. the ldty today. upstairs and Mrs. McCaslin was serving : T

., Among the arrivals to the show Is tea to the ladies as they discussed i :: 4 4t 4ww

'y' of Mr. the newest creations in dress.
'portables a fine baby girl at the home I
1 ;, i:Lyle's: 1851r and Mrs. A. B. Slaughter. Mrs After tea the guest3 were sbown all !! L

.;' Slaughter is doing well. Mr Slaughter the large stock of ladies' skirts |
"', '' c9lpin Is in Is all smiles. waists and suits, which by the way ]
idle. is the largest of its kind' in the :'
Bed Band Brand Bon Bons are South. While many of the pretty. -
30 i.ef; j ee, a prom- just as fine as any bon bons to be things were new and strange to the J 7B.1

... ; IE i&t thriving lit- had anywhere, and they are much i!,I Democrat man. Mrs. McCaslin and _

JP.4 : cheaper at Surrency & Powers Try the proprietor Mr Harvard made .1 z
: t. them. the visit so pleasant by their careful ;

: tand; Jet him exof explanations that be was loth to
"sees' .,.electricalI85t For backache and rheumatism use take his leave. It required no ex- ,' y

en--: .: :are g eaL DeWiU's 'Kidney and Bladder Pills. perienced eye to tell that the stock B 4}

,' Cleanse and purify the blood A was a large and very costly one. We
.d'. k ;ot Lase City. Is a week's treatment for 25c. Sold by were Informed that Mr. Harvard has ; '-

1S. r::In the city today, City Pharmacy. gone to an enormous expense to bring : R ;qs

:'SJ 'Bthel. these beautiful goods direct from the" : i

}gl.f"l' : See J, C. Lyle and have him to Install most fashionable Xew York dealers '

. ''on,i' moment'si that electric bell you have been j!to Live Oak. Before leaving New r

I pine or hardwood. thinking about Door bells and {I I York. Mrs McCaslin was wired os lBdaitiasswa

w JrfffJ* Phone ?5. tf'It annunciators installed on short I "carte blanche," by Mr. Harvard, to

1&0"MSejfjind.wife" notice. 18-5t use her own pleasure and judgmentI N,,, 4
T ; of Jack- I I i selecting the. stock which has now

7 tegistered. at the Ethel For backache and rheumatism use I arrived, and has been tastefully arranged t soIa ,
P .
DeWItt's Kidney and Bladder 'Pills. I ,to the very best advantageby clllt _

Cleanse and purify the blood. A Mrs. McCaslin. In fact the entire ,

"tried friends of the week's treatment for 25c. Sold by j I store has a new appearance. Some been very busy place for the last week or ten k
u's Little Early Risers. City Pharmacy ,of the pretty articles of dress which HAS {

"t Bold Dy City Pharmacy.' at one attracted our Attention were days. We have sold a great many suits and ii '.";. z:

-;- A. cold is much more easily cured the beautiful Louisine silk waists other gent's furnishings but this .was not unexpected I j

fwer, t prominent citizen when the bowels are open, Kennedy's with costly lace Insertion ladies'
*aL.beye. today ming- Laxative Honey and Tar opens the jumper suits .in plaid silks Scotch and we are prepared to meet an even greater demand. ; -

4s, bowels and drives the cold out of the ,clan plaids skirts and suits of We expect to sell a great many more suits and our ,
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-' rUlSj'. system in young or old., Sold by City I'r French flannel, waists ot fine flannel. complete line of furnishings is always kept up to the ,A
? ; who has been spend- Pharmacy. S in Roman stripe effects and so many

days visiting Georgia, re- ,- other beautiful things that we lost Standard.I ,

II. a this mornln'g.d. LOST-Pocketbook, black morocco count. In the cloak department we, We sell the Michael-Sterns Clothing than which

leather!', containing one $5 bill one were attracted by the new automobile -
t there is none better made. Quality and fit guar-
: .4 .of Alton, was In express receipt bearing my name, coats with leather collars and

;.;, Wtjr- and .registered at tie also.a ladies' gold ring. Finderplease I I cuffs, which had a warm and comfortable anteed. The very latest styles and designs in plaids |

\ r return to Mrs. W. J, Harris as well as pearanee. and mixtures.i
A! Y : t next Episcopal church and receive The number of ladies present dur-

tj'...". -EBNT-pne. five-room Souse reward. D. W. Mathis. 22-lt ing the afternoon was most gratify g f
:::/: )e";>U60 per month Apr ing to both Mr. Harvard and Mrs.

r /'eve:;,... .Oak. Drog: .' 22-6t DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve is the''j I McCaslin and showed the decided Suits $12.50 to $30.00 S

original and the name is stamped on popularity this store Is maintaining.

& J" Sllltb, of Perry, is a every box. Good for eczema tetter Mr. Harvard deserves great credit

Jncity today, the guest boils cuts and bruises and especially for the efforts he has made and is

.,reth recommended for piles. Sold by !!;making to give the ladies of Live Oak ;: 1r, .::" ,:' ;; : :;i;
_" City Pharmacy. |the very best possible opportunity in \' ; :
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and tried friends of the making selections for dress which are .

-lleWitt's Little Early Risers Now is the time of year when 'equal to that furnished them If they "

Rills Sold by City Pharmacy* electric lights are appreciated the could make their selections In New OVERCOATS '"
most, Let us,wire that house for York.
.-@i- .H* pame. of Ocala, statet'for' lights Is worth three times the cost. I,I We should not complete this article Z

.the Woodmen of the Stt J, C. Lyle, he will tell you all ;i j without saying also that. Mrs. McCas-
R 1 >; prominent arrival In the about It. 18-5t .Hn has won her way into the affections Have you purchased your winter overcoat? If =

:.{ S ayTk 1 1 I of the ladles here by her gentle, not, don't do it until you have seen our line. Theyfit
Kodol For Dyspepsia contains the charming manner and at once placed
brie: Plaster* ; Cement. Fireclay digestive juices of a healthy stomach !.:!herself in friendly touch with all the like tailor-made goods and the quality is the best. '

Oak'and WhltePressed Brick, and will put your stomach In shapeto |patrons of the store richly deserv- They give satisfaction to every purchaser. {
; jlte & Supply Com- perform Its important function of Ing; Its name, "The Ladles' Emporium. -

.. 18-6t supplying the body and brain with ." '
.. ,
-' strength building
A. BVance blood. Digest Prof Edwards and party of teach-
',''ffllnent business one of Jacksonville's what you eat, relieves: Indigestion. era from this city who went to Jas. $15.00 to $25.00 F
was among Sold by City Pharmacy. .
'hebnsiness visitors per Saturday to attend the Tri-
to the city to"yy -
*. I now County Teachers' Institute were delighted .
'" i If you are not getting The
"T-_ I with their trip They
'i" Sun, in -
I printed
Tallahassee and
published cordial d receivedby "
Burrency' Powers are I hospitality )) were y
ft 5 It nuking a everywhere" you don't get the the citizens of and enter '
Jasper ;
Red Band, -
Brand Youths'Suits
a'at'15 cents per pound. full and correct light on things. I tained as the guests of the city. The School Shoes Boys'

elt Nothing Write to The Sun Tallahassee, Flav I'meeting of the Tri-County Institute, i iI Shoes, Under-

:ADO. .Henry and to returned last for premium price and, $2.00 clubbing list. Subscription I I while not so ,largely attended as had Webster Dictionwear, Neckwear
1 hi! from a year. Ask a been hoped was nevertheless a success -
$ ,Ilmatilla j
day;w* two In and will spend Sun reader what he thinks of The ;I and profitable to all who at ary with every pair etcWen's : ; : : : : ,
the city. Mr Henry Sun, then send in
your subscription. is the
extensive tended. In Jasper Monday I
naval store interests at Better do it
tills where .they tD-4t... regular school holiday instead of
khenie for. the'present. are, making Hori :Newton A, Glitch inspector Saturday and so our visiting teach- I

''i --.,. !of State convicts and member-elect era found the Jasper Normal Institute t
!t'" tkant'gIhez, ... of the Railroad Commission Is a in session and. being shown a
ladies and
> !..; .' .t : denee,scientific distinguished visitor in the city to through the school by Prof. Lynch ; BUTLER BROL
P.-i eleetrit. baths, and Father day. Senator Butch has hosts of the accomplished and efficient principal '

iPD.Watet; Cure, fOP the relief friends In this county as well as over they were much pleased to wiUneas ,

t:disease; tbe;cure, ;of,chronic tnd Of the with entire State His popularity some of the excellent work done, ; OutfittersLIVE

"r'e' rat4oprOf' cute,; Prices mod, I tire the people as well as their en there during the brief opportunity af j /
4- -A> ., atelnstrucaon: satisfaction with the manner In forded them.
.. ,siren
late i which his official duties
.-- foreach (Ourie"Addresa. have been OAK FLA.
'" d;*'. 'Ttaf9f of< Worth', performed was clearly shown by the Meals. 25c, at the City Restaurantthe :
1i i.'..., 1'f.' .' big majority received in,the late -- only white restaurant In the
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i't: ,-fK ; AFATHER'S-

Grand Opening on
.. Beginning :
'. DUTY ;: .

to Us totafly to kt9 Km;.
..u..u and ftronc* H* -
cant tw well and strong M _
his kida.7 are out ot order. = ; ,:;. ,-'..
Monday and Lasting all DOM yyatas tack ae ? Bar ; -
you ta tb* kldntyg :
It your mina seanty. and i
hlgbtr colored Then arc _
t aura tlto a ollddnoy OUMU. .
; .1: : : Gt w.U by takic* -

; DL 1IoGEr8 8&czL= -
-' :

: a sets af. sad nDaIla: '.
Y ; I' cor*. If It ctoean"t 40 wbat .
w. Tour mossy
back. stop this terrible d1a-'
eW, Put younell on tnc _
.road to health to-day by buy

Largest and Best Stock of Ladies' 'Ready- o-Weai Goods Ever Shown 'in State of Florida ins a..mottle 500 and at your,J a bottle 6ruscut's. _-.

$mart Suits in all Latest Styles and Fabrics fresh from Broadway. COMP- -

The Effect. Be it ordained}, '- '
i ")[athllde, throw that poor beggar r. the City Council..? ;
< Oak. Tourist CoatS, Manish effects Newest effects in Plaid crown"Ah."yes. he looks very unhappy." of Section Florida3a l-.bat-' "" =
Ordinance .
i "Not on that account. but the Meycra 1. .: 11 It. .
Ladies' and Misses'Skirts Waists are watching us from their window 0poslte. :- Live Oak,Florida I --
entitled, -
I "- "Aa pry air -
\ a fire limit la the
$2.00 and I Florida to preset !
up Smart Belts Stocks and I A house Is never perfectly furnisfr- buildings, and the 1,1,!an.-
ed for enjoyment unless there Is a buildings to be -
Rain and Automobile 'Ties'Coats child In It rising three years old and a and fixing penalties"thereof for
kitten =
rising six weeks.-Southey. approved w
be and the same Iiso 1
.. as to read as i fOllDwa:;:':: --
Suspietoe. Section One -
IF'- Cravenette and Coverts Wrappersand Dressings "Mother," says fte doubtins ,,wife "I I4g described parts 4- -
do not believe Henry is all that h Saeques should be" hereby] established *afc -
Children School Dresses "What Is wrong with aim now be 'the Fire Limits of taeifei -
Oak. Florida, to-wlt .
Agnes A short time ago you were ;
$1.00 and complaining that he stayed out too late Commencing at tit*hI =,- _
up < I' Shoes, Hose and Glove of everF nights. Is he staying out later the thence Conner funning Street with Soati Si ate"Y.-

nee Street,
eighty-aw I
2 "\o.- lie spends every evening a', thence West through the,!(cot -
home now. and really tnt looks to ny C. J.. McGehee to i'" ,-
as though I.e had sotuethlns on his eon Church Street dshtj-1'.u
Why buy old Good? All sciences south of '
our Stock is NEW -Ufa. Conner Street j -
along Church Street to W -

IDeutldoul', I jbut Cfce rfnl.Fader thence East along TOl t j .
(at head of tai .. Pine Street thence Sas& F
t! -Etbel. -
I THE LADIES' EMPORIUML. what time is it? Ethel (in drawls? along Street to Parshley Parshley Street Street,,? cU-?

room) It's a quart.1"tSt 10. fatherFather Avenue, thence North "i ":
: -All risht, *Don't forget to start Avenue to point on the'
the clock again her the young mau boundry thereof, dtreetti: '
S. Harvard, Proprietor. goes out to get hU breakfast.StraStoriesS v' the Southern boaadry :bi= _
Live.Oak, Fla. ber Street. thence East tSu
.mm.HIM home place of the estate of '
a I::::nal::::11111111 I I:1 II:m:::i 1111::I:I II IImmmmm: r I!::ml:I I!Imn:11:::I:II 11111:I!:m:: ::a Wagner's opera. "Die Jleisterslnger,"* Parshley to a point'directlj-"-
and South of the Easters
was sung for the first time lIt America the
property: owned by Glt
at the Metropolitan Opera House Jai well, and on which his .
2.1896. now located thence Norft-
; I with and along the Easter _
to Ckicatethat
PARENTS : son or that of '
daugher line
: yours A Young Mother at 70. of said propertyof c.'D. .

in Bookkeeping, 'Shorthand and Typewriting, as "My mother has' suddenly been along well to Haynes Haynes Street Street to 1 the tt -

well as Arithmetic made young at 70. Twenty years thence North along ) amUtot._
Spelling the
etc., at Intense suffering from dyspepsia had to Duval Street thence'Wi&t' I.
entirely disabled her until six monthsago. Duval Street to a point foe"m 1 .
when she began (lOO) feet west of Oh1lA.te.W
taking Electric
South to Haynes Street,ttejW
< Bitters,which
have completely cured along Haynes Street to tU i ae1tl :
'I her and restored the strength and of the Atlantic Coast Une.tlence B.
cm mfl>> activity she had in the prime of life" Northwest along the a- t1
f writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick of said Atlantic."Coast Un lam. ; t
I of -
to Duval Street thence West { ,
Danforth Me. Greatest restorative Duval and Third Streets to tit.; 3'_ :
Corner Ohio Avenue medicine on the globe. Sets Stomach way track known as the *T,._
and Conner Street Liver and Kidneys right purifies the Southwest along the railroall3f =
have placed into blood, and cures Malaria known as the "Y" to Clmrca Stes
good ,
positions every graduate and will do Biliousness! StI8t I
.as much for your children. and Weakness.* thence South along Chorei? !
Nerve ..
Conner Street thence East ;
Scholarships: $40 $50 $75 and $90. Tonic. Price 50c. Guaranteed by: Conner Street to Slln.ueeSmt :"'
Barclay &; Groover Drug Store. and point of be nnIII'. 1
Section 2.That all ordin1W-
Enter at any time in either Day or Night classes parts of Ordinances ia conflict.-; "'.
this Ordinance hereby re ;' _
pHONE us are ;
s Catalogue free L M. HATTON your Sec 3.-That this Ord1unet.w;
,, President.] go into effect immediately spoz P-i
4*3 needs and wewill passage by the City Council ='4j I--_ .
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I 2OO CHAS. H. BltOw\,
NOTICETo I your orders. Attest President of trit7
If f S. P. MAYS City Clerk.
Contractors and Prospective Builders: Men Wanted I. S. P. Mays; City- perl .-- t
City of Live Oak Florida.

{ THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. to chop railroad"wood. I FREE DELIVERY. Ordinance certify that No.the 54 above was reSalu'up ?_ I1'@

..1 80c ed by the City Council on file: l
will furnish per cord day of September A. D. UO'.u4tsame :-
you your Lime, Cement, Building-sand I is hereby certified to th !al
Plaster Plenty of wood for his approval. -f
Laths and "
all kinds of Brick. .. Witness my hand and the seat t

: OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. Paid off every week Our stock> of Groceries said, D,City 1906.this 17th day of SeptA

-- -- are S. P. MAY City C1srY.
fresh t
-H The Live Oak Brick & Supply Co. Apply to and of the best quality.l Examined(Seal) and approved by me u "

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Conner Country the 18th day of September
Bryson produce alwaws 1906.
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L ,Rates. $2.50 and Upward. Rooms and Oysters ORDINANCE FLU! J '
Private FIRE
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Cuisine and Service Unsurpassed in (the South. Big four fish and Oyster Stand OrdInance City of Live Ordinance Oak, Florida No, 51 being of the an the Spot '

establish "An Ordinance to Ha Opiates. Absolutely flares
H. N. O'NEAL PROPRIETOR.Subscribe a fire limit In the
City '
Orders Fill Promptly for Lath.i Live Oak. Florida to prescribe the lU nfpiU.18 SSA. ad lOt --

Free delivery to residences manner of building, and the materIal For Sale BV j|-

: to the Democrat. R. :Mathis & Co. therein used In and building flung to penalties be constructed lor the The City PharmhUVE .

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r Section 1, For the purpose of securing the better sanitation of fish markets ber, A. D.. 1906, and the same is here-
1hutei .I..t.. .eat. !, certified to the Mayor for his ap-
to death. The form of sentence set within the City of Live Oak, Florida, by
and uniform rate of
ice: gigantic harp ever COD- forth "the prisoner shall be laid In ;i an equal providing for the proper inspection proval.
I- tiifer ag the record goes, was some low, dark boWIe, where be shall I taxation and to pay the current expenses of the same and fixing the inspection i Witness my hand and seal of Bald
d : 1riie,bf Veritan, the provost of lie naked on the earth and one arm I I of the City of Live.Oak FlorIda fees to be paid therefor and prescribing City this the 17th day of September,

_. B$! Basel, Switzerland, in shall be drawn to one quarter of the ;I for the ensuing tax year, there penalties for violations of tbe A. D. 1906. -
e That WM a long while ago but house with a cord and the other arm I Ito : shall be levied and collected upon provisions of this Ordinance" approved -, (Seal) B, P. City MAYS.Clerk.

' "fiii. tf M..Verltan's gigantic barp another quarter and In the same ; by the Mayor September 26,1
: II and out of the real and personal t Examined and approved by me this
_Mlh-tt-t_ Is still occasionally let it be done with his I 1904.Be.
manner legs and : property within the Incorporate limits it ordained by the Mayor and tbe 18th day of September, 1906. :.
by;Writers on the rare andedertnl let there be laid upon his body Iron ,;
just of the City of Live Oak. Florida the City Council of the City of Live M. E. BROQME.
as the sea serpent and stone, as much as he can bear ormore. I ?
i 7 Oak Florida: Mayor City of Live Oak Flat
in. Jive for the year A. D. 1906. the tax of ,
mastodons There the
eta. are. man bad to lie. On Section 1. That Section Four (4)
ftdtan'{ colossal musical instraM the fallowing day he was'gtTen three :i mills on the dollar. 'I II of Ordinance. 31 of the City of
... 320 feet in length and on morsels of bread without water, on the I Sec. 2. For providing a sinking Live Oak, Florida, being an ordin- LEGAL
., 'twnsstead of in a harp factory. It this was his diet until be died.. on the 10000.00 bonded indebtedness ordinance to provide for the bet- and by virtue of a Final Decree rendered
.. most:simple In sanitation of Fish Markets withIn '
construction con- ter the Judge of the Third +
: of the City of Live Oak Florida by
.:. "of'fifteen the City of Live Oak, Florida, providing -
wires strung tightly Circuit Court in and for flu
Atteadla5 to the Ears. i dated February 28th, 1906, there! of Judicial .
j for the proper inspection
:,tf.t.alzes.- to polei These wires were f It la specially needful to daily remora -: shall be levied and collected upon'''I the same and fixing the inspection wannee County, Florida, on the thlr.4

; the largest being one- the wax at the entrance of the and out of the real and personal fees to be paid therefor, and prescrlb- day of October A. D. 1906, in ft car '
-" ofjaatnch; in diameter and toej J ear or it will harden and become most fug penalties for violation of the lain matter in Chancery in said Court '
"f on&.jTOlftb of an Inch. They 1 unsightly. This wax must never be removed property within the corporate limits tl provisions of this Ordinance" approved then and there pending wherein The
attettehet north and south and |n- by a sharp Instrument. or the tf the City of Live Oak, Florida for by the :Mayor September 26, First National Bank of Live Oak, A

in:such a manner u to form an ''delicate membrane ins! e the ears will the year A. D. 1906 a tax of 1.3 of i 1904, be and the same is hereby corporation under the lawi of tb$' -
:- of from twenty to thirty degrees be injured, and inflammation one mill on the dollar I' amended so as to read as follows: United States of America, and having -.
may ensue -
__ the horizon. This queer instrument I which might eventually cause See. 3. This ordinance shall got I Section 4.-There shall be paid to its principal place of business in
'. .not, intended as an exaggerated deafness. If the the City Tax Collector by all persons, the City of Live Oak, Suwannee --
;-ont. was constructed for the ears Irritate gently into effect immediately upon its pas firms or corporations owning or engaging County Florida, I is complainant, and '
purpose of ex.- rub them with the fingers. Do not al- sage by tbe Council and approved by in the fish market business as J, K. Davis, joined by bU wife, Ly
/Bather which foretelling changes In low anything else to be used. Warm the Mayor. in Section One (1) provided, as an M. Davis, are defendants, and where '
,' were calculated lyf. water Is better to use to wash them inspection fee and In lieu of occupa in and whereby the undersigned as '
.WessorTeritan according to the dif with than cold, and unscented soap Is Introduced by J. L. White memberof tional licenses and other charges the Special Master in Chancery la 'eald '

.'::t'.fcreq tones the Instrument made when | preferable to scented. If the wax becomes the City Council and passed by the sum of Twenty-fire Dollars per year cause was required to make tale 'of
y.W* wind was plowing through ItA. I very bard li can be easily saf- City Council this 17th day of September The inspection fee shall be due and the property herein After described,

tened by pouring In a few drops of A. D., 1906. payable on October 1st A. D. 1906, or so much thereof as may be neces'
f You na.e. tepid olive oil at night Then ping the Attest: and on the same day annually thereafter liar) to satisfy the awpunt spedfle 4. r
In ;the ancIent times there and such fish market business in said Decree the undersigned, as
lived ear with cotton
a wool
wonderfully wise- man of it that and sleep with CHAS. H. BROWN | shall not be engaged in until push Special Master in Chancery in sal4 .
aald that he could whom was ear uppermost. In the morning Prest. of City Council. inspection fee Is paid and a receipt cause will, PQ the firt Monday in

any question put to answer him. correctly gently syringe it out with soap and S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.I therefor obtained from the City Tax November, 1990, the same being the
There wu warm water using an ear said month, between y
syringe for fifth day of the
; one Collector.
aowever. who S. P. City Clerk of the
,clever thought himself the purpose. If you cannot get pure May, Receipts for fractional part of tho legal bours of sale, at the froukgaorof ;_
!,Elan took enong4 to outwit the sage. This I olive oil warmed glycerin trill answer City of Live Oak Florida, do hereby year shall not bo issued except where the courthouse, in., Live ,CHX, ta
a poor. captive gird and the purpose equally well.7me certify that the above and foregoing business is opened after the first day said County and State, will' Offer( fpp sr
clasped it so CloQely in hIs hand that ordinance was duly and regularly of April then one-bait such amount sale and sell to the highest bt4de I >i 3' _

'. only thhea4 and tall were risible: passed by the City Council of the City shall be' paid and receipted for and therefor for casH In band tfee faro
'' Great DaMnlt,.
\ e1I1ne.'t. said fol described Personal
be to the renowned shall be good until Octoberfirst lowing prrtyt
r of fiddles, "ii ,the btrd whIch "One-halt cf the world's happiness Is of Live Oak Florida on tbe 17th lowing. pr BO much thereof alt may be neoe&. _
4 !oM In my band afve'or dead?'' salved when a person learns to mind day of September. A. D. 1906 and Any violations of the provisions of gary to pay complainants the aunt dj
,It the answer 1tere 'fl"" thought; his own InaD! 8." the same IB hereby certified to the I this Ordinance shall be Punished upon creed tp be due thorn by said decree, :?- i
tht3 ftfUl p19Uer.I wouldJust "Yes. but it's the other half that Mayor for hIs approval. I conviction before the Mayor by a fine together with the cot pd, ftttpruei'g
his hand. and let the open causes the most trouble." I not exceeding ninety day Rail td e decreed therein, tO-\ U> PneLlftck ;
saerwere: yAUfes bird fly. It the eon 31's that:" j, Witness my band and the seal of not exceeding 100.00, or Imprisonment J mule named "IfcnnTt11 about 1 ., d .

.,.llttie syueezrz he would with I "Getting other people to mind theirs 01 said City this 17th day of September la the City jail for a period not si* years old, pas bay WHle, jisiaie'a =:'t ;
death,. crash the poor bird Home Notes. *. A. D. 1906. exceeding ninety days, pr by both "John," about sli years old, pnj bay f i:
'! f I! Seal) such fine and Imprisonment in the mule named "Kate," one bla.a\i pgja.a\
the (
a Ise mad prayed hImself 'I discretion of the Mayor named "Pet,11 One bus rau.j& D meq fr' .,-,
_liar yon to't 0CCUI0n and fe.pl"It. is ORDINANCE. So. 62. jAn j S. P. MAYS City Clerk. Section 2TbU Ordinance shall "Mag," one bay snare! named uohe C' ; ;;
please'! Examined and this of October, black t tj f l
ordinance : approved by me take effect on the first day ; I lie pne ware named flF1u
; 3vbf oe hot lds Within his or her to provide for the September 17tn, 1S06. ;A. D. 1906 one Irpn-grey mare n }nied tfAlA\i4'r.' ; .j :
the fair Un!'flf lite. Which It It levy of taxes for the year A. D. 1906. !, Passed by the City Council this the the entire grist mill ago Jtq @ll 4 }:"<,-': ;
r b1tSsSn.:m. .:a bane! It is 'asTgfish.t for Municipal M. E. BROOMS: Mayor," 17tb day of September, 1906, wwmllli engines, boilers ajd.fixtur = ,
'pte '" purposes for the City II BROWN, wm.9 thereto 1 ,.
1.. .se. Attests CHAS (Q the hanging, al;'"
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-," of Life Oak. Florida and to provide' FISH )I !IiKb'T QRMSAXCKT"Ordinance I s. PMAYS, Pres>, of CHy Council, twenty-seven head *, 'ta** ttui{ i .t :t-':'
,' .. "' .e.i.- a sinking fund and for the Annual I" City Clerk, J branded/"A N- P.," fin p| eats 1- :'
ui-o *tfc. .
.<.: > ,bas Interests on the No, 03. i .B' : perty being |In Suw! nnee Ca\\!pjPl .,.. _
.umprG' sentenced a Indebtedness bonded An. ordinance amending S4eUon J, S, P, flU"*, City Clerk of tl$ City Florida, the property of the laid -!. : ;.
: 1t !U. because. she of said City, Four (I) of Ordinance No. 31 of the pf Live Pak, Florida, do hereby milfy ;! feadagts, t'HI4Jl w. nUTfJfJ1f < : .'..
pcnalt$fe f! ii L The Be it ordained by the Mayor and that the foregoing gr //uaaca NQ i j j6J "peet., Jttltali '
i -1 iLI ; c1ini City of Live Oak, Florida being an
14t"COndltlow5.. ,.M, !bang..-'; "et. 1 tie Oak City Coontil of the'City of Uv ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance was regularly p&saed by tee City ; JnU'rJm' ft IIARIt kGs fSoUCU9rt
!.-.. .4 t<< Florida- day of Sentfim= i for QQmpi4 ,
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: ; ::. and,'draw our own conclusions as to I water flooded all of that country androwned r -- : ,0 < + b-t. "' F; :t?_ :' .
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Shot Into:Governor's Scheme. what is proper: aid act, accordingly out the settlements. With |: Alicia's .' .has left. l .-.

POor'cOnstftuUont" If I thought Governor Broward was (all of his canals What; will it be In On't". lW saTou.declde
: It 'has had BrJ; and.thJnt. ''!''IJ,__
right I would weather? R'alf
support his'scheme if|wet -sI3elncles
pieces lopped.Off and pieces grafted -HomeComing Cecilia A.Lcizeaux. ". ,
oa' until I hated him worse than the devil Let us all vote against_this, drain- ""'""'
you can hardlyrecognizi: it.aibelng'a Ua -
: : constitution. at all; at alL hates Holy Water If I thought he age amendment at this time: i out handed ti "- : (

.time was wrong (and I think he Is), I 1.. Because, we will be giving to it to "be"'tefcaug' -
Every big
some politician, or t*|
R bunch ;of other big men, want to do would vote against him if he was a few men a taxing power when the As tar.AlieGt; _

something and the Constitution my best brother. Think for ycur- taxing power should. for: all purposes Copyright 1908 !>r Ruby Dondu to her dad

'in the self Always support or oppose a remain in the Legislature; tag note? ,tq_ ":'- '',..
stands way they'ralse a hue .
:and cry against that particular article I measure according: to your own, best 2, Because 'the draining .of, ,the "It isn't even as If you needed to do air Dear Hr..' "--.,.:

judgment Never' support or oppose Everglades will:never benefit us. one thin, Alicia* Bob KendaJ held his eel. aa 1 pro Y "
section Uw
and i
or have it cut off or concert tsat.
a measure because some one else Penny and we are not. sure where role to a cool argumentative tone &-
amended to suit their
purpose i that made the' girl before him still i me for your MOMM '
does. the cost of the scheme will fall. the
Our Constitution only ....
has been so cut oabyoa'tslaaaed to AM. -
wa Railroad 3*. Because there is no one as yet I whys: "
and hacked companies ,claim the
it is
hardly as good "Who are you that you should decide that alao.. : -
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who knows that the Everglades can ? taM -
and sacred as'an act of one of our Everglades, or the larger part of whether I need to do anything at all rah feel sure ,fr:: aIId 1 3 s

average Legislatures. You know. them. Governor Broward claims be successfully ,drained or not. They blazed Indignantly cerelr. ', : _

how 'they are.. that th belong to the State. Being only think they do. "I am your fiance, and"* he" was. beginning When she hI.( ,......

The time when one of our average State, lands you can't tax them for 4, We. have no idea what lands when she interrupted him. the outer,door sbft. : .

citizens would grab his hat and light drainage purposes.. We all know that will be reclaimed after the expense "If that Is your excuse for such un. butler and. took-_' -

i" put for the tall timber at the cry of 'here are s-'J.' priding ,to rt? '!d' whoo'iiS has been incurred., If the landswon't 'Just interference with my wishes Icaa Bob had left Wtth it' ">
: '" rporaUon'' is past and Corporationa \)? these toads: : I presume that pay the expense who i* going i at least relieve you of your dui?.!* went.slowJrtON -upstai "
gone. -- her :
are so none of usknow just how tKtse: suits to have to pay it! I, for one, don't I And she placed her engagement ring (grate ftik .' ,
common until this melting
..... will .be decided want,to'help, oa the table between them. The young awayt and by r 3}
place .is full of them. Numbers ot Suppose &e Court man gland at it without seeming tot throat knew that testa
our farmers decides that the lands 5, When we are. not going to be ff,. She "'
.a are in some of these corporations belong: to the see it Then he looked sharply at the tore opett. $*j... '
'Corporations are nothing ralroads."oul4 the railroads lose- taxed we have no' right to say thatiher angry grl who was drawn to her full 'lg to. find,some c ,"',

4 but.an. association ct men for bus. I draining then? Suppose the court can tax th poor fellow- down height nation but at j the, '"

neaa purposes; and they take their decides that the lands below* to the there. We wouldn't like to be taxed "Alicia be said gently/s.you are too words and the'Blghtot" "

.c, color, either' for good or bad from State would He, railroad lOSt any- without our consent. | angry to realize what you are doing home she :and &bWsQc

tjemen of which they are composed.There thing by their being drained On 6.. We raise more sugar and molasses Put the ring on your finger again. fully; planned,the"tesra:' :.
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,are good men and bad 'men. the one hard the railroad companies ,up here now than we can geta You don't mean this" rush and, buryfcg: bet--*j'--;
"Pardon me, I do mean It.1* said the of her easy cha;>ishe < '
have all to good price for. If they want to
-4, 'good corporations and bad corporatlonr. rain and on the other girl Idly. sleep '-',,'
We watch bad hand nothing to lose. up a million acres of high-class sugar Press <
men to
keep notices
of %
The man's face ;
land down young whitened, and
them 'from doing bad and Again. If there let Governor Bro given m.. the "" f
: we will there are such vast tracts a hurt look sprang Into his ,steady near tatt.lt; -'
-, ,watch the corporations to keep them of rich and'valuable lands that vill ward first produce the population n brown eyes. Then he straightened np amateur talent tis e.. <:>' er

w W = from doing bad. The average politician be reclaimed by this draft -.ge, that is going to eat it. It is notreasonable and squared his shoulders, and set,his pan to be frequent dntnps't;. ": ss ;t

t would have you believe that wouldn't it double the business of ,for.him to' ask us to injure strong chin firmly. When be spokethere > weeks. Then c mefie"pictures

:'corporations are a poison .element in the railroads to have this loud reclaimed ourselves by overstocking themarket was a note of hardness In his of ..the.oftenest p.tmlpat._<- =.

; our social and political Railroad with, sugar and syrup..' voice which, the girl had never heard mentioned ai[; ,
economy companies are ,
4 should be eradicated after business Respectfully, from him before: and from which she paper; contained her $c&CJjrically
stamped out and they are always shrank posed, futt length <"

Corporations are just as necessary; doing those things, at large. expense Js B. JOHNSON. mentally"Alicia her head over one ". g l1
Live Oak. Fla.. Oct. 22, 1906. do you realize what you are shoutl .. ,
to our commercial life aa is that Insure future business If '- ,
F money Whereis doing? We were to be married in.May. lips as speaking.'. & ,
Governor Broward and his follow. i the consistency in saying that the -*! Shipment. Your trousseau is begun. I ,know. AM and tarred.sick. :bhe'. :, tea

,ing are crying, against corporations; railroads are fighting the Drainage Iig ott you've given me every reason to believe the "'j.

yet they by ,this drainage amendment Amendment? The largest: shipment of Sea Islandcotton you oared for me as muck as I do As the time ijrew nelie ;

; : to the Constitution, are trying I am informed that there i| about I I. made from Live Oak so fthiq tt. for you. And now. because I ask you would go to the ean\; nUd; ::

i<* fo organize a corporation and give it $40,000 now in the Internal: Improvement [ season 'was made last week by toj do this one thing-for your sake as night, finallyrams rte -4P:<,. ACt

'j i4. power greater than has ever been Fund belonging to Sue an::ee .il. Lu Burnett & Co., and amounted well as mine-yon.are going to give an And start.fidgeted ,-. ,_
this Then, soddenly'mind __ _
to about 125.-bales upfThe
? enjoyed by even a legislature county. Can you tell me why it is : (some of which he had himself'drfreS '

Suppose ,there should be submitted.to we can't get it? Governor Broward :were extra large bales). 'This shipment girl turned suddenly and wentto r1 of the little new home jj i I&MK.: '

the voters-ot this State an amendment land his associates have sjeui s1O( .-. i brought a,good' price, .in round the out window.Into the, where dripping she garden.stood looking She, had planned together. Say!k#: '

"' to the Constitution whereby it ; 000 or $200,000 on .his E{ rglad K3 numbers. $22,000.. felt her lips quivering,. and she must into the house with# his, keI .., .t
'would give to scheme Tie cotton was in a nice, condition always carried and irs&ei .
a body of five men the already. I would like for not let Bob see. : 1
: power to come into this county ort them to stop spending long .cube gh ::for the market having been ginned Bob looked at the crown of dark red the empty, desolate/raoma- "

any other county and build a system to give us our $40,000. I am very with care and handled properly, was hair against the deep green of the J now should hare been_'f nrniid

6 > of.. hard roads all over the county; I much afraid we are going ,to have in good's.haJe jto bring a fane/ price. window draperies,' and big voice sof roamed ready for the ride'hoine eo -..
clear throagbtAehpuing
Besides this teried ,
L build them regardless of what theycost to kiss it good bye' before' we have Suwannee. county cotton the shades and fighting 1\0
,And always commands a fancy pri;e. "This is all I've ever asked of yon, | -
suppose that this proposed ever seen it Governor Broward will chandeliers till coon/.ri
Alicia. every }
The and I've been too confident of
suit climatic
amendment should give to this same tell you that the railroads have this conditions being love for your ing with L'ght Then hall tumeC -:

1 body of five 'men the power to levy money> tied up. The railroads have such as to produce the Sea Island'cotton I've believed me in after too you confessed It to; out and lit a blazing fire bl'tkiag; hs
you utterly
,and collect from the lands tied of the very best grades. ever Ing room grate, and, *sftlag'do wI'
you a tax of ten up just as much. If be jealous of your flirtations, as > J'.""' :
many "
Gents per acre on acre of they. Governor Broward ,. another the high settee built into th$ akst_
every y our and his asociates man: would have been--and
land (this ten cents per acre would can do as they please with lillOWAKU THANKS ROOSEI E LT. rightly too.. I've, submitted cheerfully the fireplace, he closed his eyes..Ii...., i

L r be, in addition to the State and County the land what is to prevent them ,-- to being trailed' In public because it liberate},. conjured up theptt. -: iE:. ht 1
fl For the Litters Proffered: was who Alicia. ::
lax with from Aid for you did the
which trailing.
payingover :
you are already to us our money. -sat t
He when _
almost hE
was asleep -
burdened) would the Storm Sufferers.r Alicia turned and faced him again ) -..
y They ;
you vote for such are paying' Ex-Governor W. S. close = "
her foot the front door open and, t (M!
tapping the
an. ,amendment Suppose' you didn't Jennings JST.OOO; per year out of this Washington, Oct. 23.-The President "Is the list of floor Impatiently. click of high heeled slippertoa.tbelts; |:: 4
baa received the following your virtues a long
know just how many years thlay ten Internal Improvement Fund. More telegram one, sir?" she asked. floors,accompanied by theswish cani **;'

< ,cents per acre would be levied and than he received in his salary, when from Gov. Broward, of Florida "I shall not name them all," he answered of a woman's silken aklrta..9i|r k;

collected. Suppose it would have i to he was Governor. wonder how long in response to a messaga of'sympathy calmly. "The only thing I' he heard a match"smtcbed. and'H1l, ,
t-i ;Tun twenty thirty or forty years, they are going to pay him this $5,000( for the recent storm sufferers and an ever Insisted upon your doing Is patient exclamation as someiHia! !'td! :':"; i

' 'what would you doT Yo' would a year! I would like to get what is offer of Federal aid if necessary: "I one we're talking about Give up.this dropped. Then with his. heart? ?": t

I 'simply tell them to take your and coming to us before they use it al.up. express to you, the sincere thanks of silly concert tour.. I've never said hlf. Ing violently, he laid his head. -
the word when against the settee and telgne4.sW'::
people of >
Florida you've
tiF and, you would get out. for your ex- ,sung for sweet char
ity's He heard the come to$e:$j?: -
pressrun of sake or for steps
Suppose that the proposed amendment It is estimated that it will take sympathy and sincerely even when the any society affair Ing room door heard Alicia's rate!*T'
thank yoil for publicity of the
should only provide for the about $3,000,000 to drain the Everglades 'aid your offer of national has often made me writhe. This events "O h" in frightened, breathIell.SIt t

/ *-., '.building of hard roads for Suwat. ra nee or to do the work that Governor in any practicable way. I will you haven't any real reason.. YOU score prise, felt his heart 1 beat almost + f.

t. I .."...; "'county,. and the taxing of Suwannee. Broward thinks he can do. advise you further ,after an investigation not In need of money and you're not focation and then he beard fb4: > :*
..county-.to pay for them, do you think After this enormous sum is spent of matters. doing it for charity. It Isn't even the recede with a rush to the iitt an4 j*>y

'.>;. :itwould. ,; 'be right. to submit. such an the Governor tells you that it will not necessary ambition of the professional) front door open.. He was, abort tack.

'amendment: to the entire State? Do drain this country that has been taxed RAWLINGS, BOYS C.SEG.IX to win a higher place for herself. You to her when he heard: her say tQ <-

.* you- think .it would be right for all to derth; tells you that the settlers POSTPONED.Hearing will get fiattery'Crom' the critics who one on the porch: "-
.f do not think I am **'*
Tell :
< of thevoters it worth the Mr. Courtenay
in all of the other will have to
counties to drain their :
> spend real, criticism : dead or buried-anythIng loa like. el
Will on
to ( Had Before society
be ama-
able to say to us, "You land by cutting canals into these Commission teurs. If they should that I shall not sing tonight. irfc"ltftfe'-. :*
jr. taust. .. do this'thing and you must mains dug by the Next Thursday honestly criticise you --Li. =
."." .' pay Can you -the way they do profess iondoor closed again and Bob.imniefflaafc
!.*f \'hls- tax whether wou. want to or tell me where the cost will s stop Atlanta,Ga., Oct. 23.The case of als to whom it means bread andhtch but went to sleep. It seemed ta be I.mf:|:

r tiott' Is there any justice in this? They intimate to you that they will Jesse and Milton Rawlings w ter-you'd gee the point I'mctrylng to sound sleep, for he did' not 6peR ;

f" This Drainage Board is asking us drain about three million acre of was set for hearing before Pardoning make. 1 appreciate the charm; of you eyes though Alicia eouShed: -:
'to' ,.give them power. to do thingst' and. Have they ever told you lustnil Board today, has been postponeduntil and your voice as no one else who times. But when she could.atand It,_

J', 'whether .the parties interested or'- to. what character of land this three next Thursday, on account of looks and listens to you possibly, can, longer and shook his shoulder MW;

t j,. be, affected. area willing. or not. lion acres will be after these canals the illness of one of the members of I you and,'damned Alicia }Fairall I don't want to see up with a most excellent look'o{ .
f* I say, let the taxing the Board. Great interest .I with'faint praise' or hu- prise on his face. -
power in this are cut? What the soil will be, is mansmSllated by > .
:;":.Stata remain in the Legislature It what it will produce? Common s ease fested here in the case, on account Can't you see any that"-conscientious cr itic. "Is It too later she asked'tooting ...- ;

L- '|'5 we' do<. this, then every county in i the tells you that they will never: drain of the remarkable fight put up by "When you are quite through"'interrupted at her as if dazed be.p*& =

i State will be represented when there the three million acres. They mayor Attorney Cooper to save the lives of Alicia, "rou fcan doubtless find out his watch. '

': 'are. any taxes to be levied. When reclaim one-thlrd.ot this land, the men now under sentence of death. :your way out I must ask you to ex "Oh 1 don't mean for the concern r =

r .v." any" county, or several counties want one million acres. After they havenake The prevailing opinion is thai: the cuse me" And she swept from the mean"- but. Aida could ff1"< tuft: .,

;.ot. a special' tax levied they can done this;. how much of this one mil- sentence will be communted to imprisonment room pausing once In the curtained ther, and dropping to her knees beside : '

o_tbeir. v.tpts. known to the I.egtt'\ iiure lion acres will be valuable muck for life doorway as if to speak. the settee, she leaned her head amt i I5 ;
gfouv'tiu; Legislature win Unconsciously she assumed a theat- his arm and cried. I),
l'lor.dfor Maybe rical "f
only about attitude.
one hundred ae1
':t; thr ',('\".'. thousand Drunk Prisoner Sets Jail On Eire; over her facewas turned back> "I guess it isn't too late for a
acres .and shoulder
maybe not and her ding" said Bob "but w 'U; hate whurry.
,' } .urf'closed to the drainage; of that much? Who would be able to At two o'clock today. a fire alarm parted a Httie. With her glowing lips were ." f

1- ..t'E'.sJldes at this tim )t I[ was buy this land after it is drained? Nobody was sounded at the city jail, and in and her soft green dress betweenmore head the .

'fftrh: l I-osted in the nj>.U&r: I be- but the richest kind of s ydt- a few minutes the streets for heavier: green of the curtains she looked Haneha.aea.

:;'lleve, I, 'would be opposed to the cates. than a block were blockaded on; ac- like a tall, beautiful dahlia, and Bob Many a reader of the fictitious adventures
j t> *
undertaking forever, I have read I would count of the crowds in town. Someon Involuntarily started forward. But she o/ the famous hero
much rather they would closed her "Munchausenald" which was first gn j
lips ( ;
', to ,
about 'all"of' the the a thin
literature outskirts of the crowd red line
; has spend : got; the and ) .
$100,000 !
went daring,
on a thorough survey on dropping lashed In English at Oxford
:tome out both for and_ against, and of rumor going that there was a s hoother. curtains behind **
\ these all lian) *
lands lifetime of
finding out just ,what Presently he heard of this prince
.): :believe I know t. ing affray and the tapping '
'much of
; as about the land will be reclaimed bow much some excitement pre- her slippers upon the no conception that the hero was anai _.

[.ifeaslbility' 'L-ct "the scheme as anyone: muck lands and what it will all: be veiled, but this, was soon, quieted. the bang of a door. stairs and then' person. Baron Hieronymus Karl we*?' '

,;*iserbnt bless your soul I don't worth, than for Policeman Cox broke the lock on the He did not leave the rich von Munehausen was a R |
them house
to continue to at '
14aovr' a thing about it They don't spend money outer, wall and soon gained entranceto bu"stood at the window where once, ovarian nobleman a subject of the :*"[

either, They are guessing. is experimenting. Experimenting the cell.. He found that the prisoner had stOOd and looked out: Into Alicia three Georges. He was bora jn lif
: ?l heard every thing they are doIng who t\\jlight It the gray and died In 1797. He took: sertke 111 4.1;
a. prominent lawyer say; the'other was still drunk, had set was early spring .
now. Talk As he
draining the looked but teV
day that ha ups: going to' vote fire to all the bedding in the jail. wearily the sparrows Russian cavalry regiment,
Everglades on i the t
Taylor and La- soaked lawn In old ancestral ,estateiBodenwenler.
county This Bob felt his age to his .
i fcr the was hurriedly thrown throat
drainage amendment bfhe3'fimes cause fayette out infire and tighten where b.
county brushed
are dry counties in his hand in
:nlon was fighting it dry weather. I would like t see the street and all danger of "She couldn't mean across it his eyes. became not3rloui for 'the -magatf": !.t. '

hAt i lawyer needs a, guardia A you drain them in hot weather averted. as he turned and picked. he muttered: lies about his military adventures 1rit.f.whJ .

A,:Who would cote that way should When Governor Don't ald ring and slipped up the emer <,h he used to entertain big nelt
cuts hiss forget call into
to for SSat hilt
i'.aljowe d, to 'vote. 'If the ( law- C&lals.into Lake gu: Pocketit is. too close vest bors at bis iioplfcible board, ..11ec
$ the '' May. f
s wa-
number of her
is seeds in itheone tomeattihaf lon of these stories t'OtitJed."t] *
; ; cprre t.isi his principle, then;; teJJ. run out all right until it Then he,son- ht f '".
Ut V li"' fatreTonct man to .do our trlkea pumpkin when :per and pen and. gt 4.oWQ. ? Ppfti mecum fur ln. tge Leute W 9V.
the $
$ buying .
y 7'.t> .ww. low. flat country..then. his lie wrote: ,: tSDe-; able. > 'Hsbed at Berlin in 1igl.baronapernlisslon. ...ltho
faklug r r. as, : After hha$'tho'ughl canaJTwUl 'run over and drow'out dollars' worth at ':Dear.' it..I ., The.aroaMupchause.is EJth r '

ewiltact; 'ashetells: usr. all of the flat coast country. | : tae.. I' hay hate& been Loa, harsTs Lwd... '$ ;; >arr' ;" -

IJ the iewspapersj will give us the the Alston-canal 'Take. BOOK liif-piy perhaps, Marvelous tgDJ 1.Russia. !
and Camp
r- ... ; .. into the Cal oos CO-; and all Travels, ? '
any tut rat I ," was an expaasloo"In?. W _

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