<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Live Oak daily Democrat
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075905/00149
 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 25, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 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: UF00075905:00149
 Related Items
Related Items: Suwannee Democrat

Full Text
:.,,,,..,-;;;: :<.o -"'-, ,>
*= ; "" ... 'q't. -;;<".r
> > '
.
1: : :f" "'fc fix > ,
Y., a
,
;: i ,
""' .or '
.
f' =# "F' .


: ,,. ,:, 7: : ('P :' : '. :" ... ;:[ : ;'

,
; YjK'c 1ILY"jf e__ _' .' ._ -,
f "" Eu"M fJ1 '
,
'

% .0(-'It" -, .' .. R" ..; ,'' '..'! aF'/.



,. ._ ,:** : #r .

z t LIVE OAK FLORIDA, THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 1006.. -
: .
Tea Cea4
308. : :& Week.IjjESmiSOONBEMADEl .- "" ... _'e
.c:.'


" [ I 'ER touCnEOaiM( SAYS THAT HEARST CAN WiBOOSEVBW8 'I



'---'
,
,> f ----
r -
;: ;;:
:: 11 -
:' CAB- FLORIDA CONGRESSMAN CAN SEE

.:'. WIIFOURTB VICTORY FOR:NEW YORK '
Jl -
'

Y-' ,:"", 7BE. .',TIME. .. i ':, EDITOR .. ,

t ('
; ,I : .
-- -a

-:' 'g 1,rlS" TO:RETIRE ,- ... ; IS AN EXCITING CONTESTCongressman .- -

-
r
.
'
7 f
,
;-' 4wed Succeed Bonaparte 1 '... ,Lamar": Has Been'Doing '" ,

._,-_ .to'of Navy Who Is 'r' f% __ _.- 1Illi1 i Effective'Work In New York and ,.

T General Sees Victory for Hearst
for,Attorney
-
.'| ....._ .
I 'J ( [ \
', Oct. 2J.-T1U5 follow- t frt
oar-,' .' 1) (Jacksonville Metropolis.)
ut regarding prospective
,
n in"President;Roosevelta cab- 'iI' *'It will take many millions of dollars :
:
\-'-saadz public! tonight: wiTh 4d4 of corporate money" to beat WiK:

t 'retirement: of Secretary Ham R. Hearst for the Governorshipof
i
jf Attorney General Moodyibel New York. .
1 So speaks William
;, cabinet the following Congressman

"W H bo made, Secretary of Bailey Lamar of the Third, District

'nry, Geo.> B. Cortelyouj post- of Florida, who paid The Metropolis: a

?' George Von L. Mey- I a visit, Sunday whil enroute, to'h1S"- "
>.general! '
general Charles Bona* home" in Montlcello,
aorner ,
secretary: of the navy, Victor (! )Ir.. Lamar has Just returned_ from' _

3t and com- New York. where he.bas been for ten:
of
r secretary labor t).
Strauss. ; days in the gubernatorial campaign,
Oscar
.: -understanding having made ten speeches with Mr..
general tot "'
taehas' been, that Attornefr Hearst in the city of.. New York and

_-:Moody would retire on thJjoftte "\lP the Stale.'*
"
-: "I have neversaid Mr. Lamar
Shaw
year and Secretary ; r
of Et "in my life seen anything to compare
day
follow t him on the 4th t
,-r. with the enthusiasm which Is expres- x

sed for Mr. Hearst the people
"i announcement ,was made after among

acted cabinet meeting today, ... ? in this-campaign -As, a, public speaker

} ::0- /1" myself. I was compelled, In every

'BROWARD) WILL BE THERE. speech to withhold, the, mention of _

..... I his name until the end of a sentence
paragraph in order to be able
e' or a
:Jletutlre Will Be Present to i
';' Greet'the Multitudes. to-finish.. it before the outbreaking

,ft'Broward agreed last week : of the whirlwind applause.. .x

,,.
else-for, Bryan or for any other :.
:dos,, had a conference on the flan t
.
-bave the popular Demonstrations .
prospects of the coming big fever seen
and the expressions of, =
-
I celebration] to formally open
i almost idolatrous admiration that tw
Carnival the "
jwkEOnjille tottojember-; on John f).. "Ain't I glad V",\ not in that suit?". are made. over Hearst .by,' the people, z -#

'plate's: executive will deliver ,* Bartholomew ,in Mnn! .ap4lj! Journal, whom he has 'served. _< }

Interest ,and Y
"Measured
address byfthls
from the hippodrome
i!"and will read a message from : from the best and, safest information; =s

1_ ''iit Roosevelt, The ceremony, .A FATAL ACCIDE.'T.Thonuts DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS that I get from bis headquarters: Mr. t '.

i'attended by the State militia, COTTON ASSOCIATION Hearst :is absolutely certain,tG carry '
'
tlt8ortrait'of Goy Broward. 100 Cross Thrown From Horse :,' '' j Is Prediction of W.'J. Bryan In Letter New York. unless money Is poured
t'sqoare. ; as well as the portraits and Killed in Arcadia. ,. f' -' to Chairman Griggs. out in millions by the corporations
"f,L 'n of Florida Work on Cotton Warehouses to Com I" ',' }. to buy the people away from him. ,1
Hber'prominent' men Mr. Thomas_ Cross, of Arcadia was .' Washington, Oct. 241:-In a letterto
a that
It Is
gbe"burned in the sky over the mence at; Once.. Ot course, barely possible
from his horse last Friday
thrown Chairman Griggs, of .the: Democratic they, may do this. Mr.,.Hearst is the- -
ome during the fireworks. his home at Venus and
evening near
The Suwannee County CottonGrowers' congressional committee W J. dangenus foe of the Democratic bosses '.t
K killed. f
iR: Association met at the Bryan says:. and corporation grafters. ,and, as
pgement3 are being made for .
: Mr. Cross, 'according' to the Arcadia .
tTbaBdllng'of than courthouse Saturday, October 22. "The indications 'are that we shall well the dangerous foe of the Republican
10,000
more
_
the News, accompanied by his broth- President Umstead called 'the meet- have the next congress and, then our bosses and corporation grafters."And s
opening night.
i on
er-in-law, Mr. Streaty Whldden, was Democratic house can send to the these two vast forces in combination '_
_&, ;opening of ,the carnival in the woods hunting, they entered a ing to order., '
and join -
'1Tv re the most 'auspicious of Minutes last meeting read and senate remedial measures may be able to, persuade out.
: pine island and separated to go on issues with the republicans if they re- the trusts and eo -,
:in history,,and bespeaks for ,the approved with one exception, askingfor of the pocket o
each side of
a large palmetto patch
Oration* the more time by Finance Committee. fuse to adopt them. The republican portations aay colossal sum they ,,"
__ biggest success. Theival .
with the intention of meeting at the '. "
i Is spoken of throughout the J. N. Meeks, member of the finance leaders are so under the control of might need,,4eeat him. ;
far end of the "
i, as the most magnificent amuse- patch. Upon arrivingat committee reported that he had ex- predatory wealth that they will not "But outside of this there, is nothing ':,
Whldden
{ the appointed place Mr. the president when he attempts defeat the Hearst l'
At enterprise amined the treasurer's books and support human that can
this side
ever seen of
,
:
could not see Mr. Cross, 'and Im- "
i Mason and Dixon line. ?he hip. found them correct He had not as to secure reform. ticket for Governor, of New York. It : 'tr
search for him.
mediately began a
examined the secretary's books will be remembered too, that Mr.
ome, with
some of the most yet
1' Hesoon, found him lying on a pile of
and Pear Trees are In Bloom haa .millions with
Peach himself ..
jgais and asked more time in which to examine Hearst ;
pofesslonal acts. IA the world. '
roots where he had been thrown by although
|| be'seen here for the first time them.C. In Ponsacola.Pensacola which to fight'millions, and
his horse he unconscious when
was
Jher will be cores_ of other ; H. Brown made report as to his millions are not as many as theirs! -
found and taken to "
was immediately Journal.) alway's heroifcjfiti Gs -
jtnc features, !Including "The the home of Whidden, where he progress made in securing a building ( he has been "

fcbierway: ," of wonders: and surIKS died Saturday night site for cotton warehouse. His report Peach and pear trees in a numberof purse in supporting' his p In dp1es- -

,'a horse 'show filed. places adjacent to Pensacola are In answer to the question "What: = a
< a baby show Mr. was '
Cross was the son of Mr. and "
.,Feds ,of dollar's worth of pyro- State Secretary Schell made a in full bloom, and although winteris C.o you think of Mr. Hughes! Congressman _-
Mrs. James Cross, of Venus, and was have .
'
iqdisplays, Royal DanG. music, 22 talk and advised holding cotton for approaching the orchards resemble Lamar declared, "I .-
years old. He was a member of
$ o.torth and so forth' and so better prices. the spring of the year. This peculiar never met him and never' heard him
the
Baptist church and liked by
Jacksonville. Metropolis. was By vote of Association it was decided condition of affairs has been noticed speak:and, therefore cannot measure -
who knew him. The deceased
everyone
.r-A' sCOrNTl ? to build the cotton warehouse for several days past In various sec- him from personal acquaintance, b.ut. r a
leaves a father mother
UNION ORGANIZED, eral brothers and sisters and a lost at once. It was also' decided, by tions, but how far from Pensacolahas crhis' speeches, he impresses me

.vote not to,.rent a warehouse but to not been ascertained.Some a$ a'cross between a dreamer and an
ia: Elected d and Organization of friends. to mourn his death"" .build as soon as possible.: attribute the blooming of the enthusiast, with a decided tinge of ;

Perfected-Big Basket Dinner. Arcadia News. g.' *' I Association adjourned until 2 p.m. trees to the hurricane, but how the unctuous Wall street hypocrisy in his :_

pn....Wednesday, at Rixford, as peri Association met promptly at 2 wind blowing at one hundred milesan make-up. He is not able to explain

_.: published!! In| the Democrat, a NECK BROKEN-MAY RECOVER.Victim's o'clock. Called to order by President hour could cause this freak of na- why he sifted the insurance scandalfor

inty: organization of the Farmers' has not been determined.But the small fish and positively refused -
Umstead, who, In a few words, ture yet
eatjonal Head and Shoulders PlacedIn v1Jti
c, and Co-operative Union introduced the able State SecretaryF. it is nevertheless a fact that to go out after Cortelyou and "I '

erica.was. organized" by the elect Plaster Cast. G. Schell who had been invited to the fruit bearing trees are in full Bliss and Root, who are all so heart ? '.t..
E.. R. Wise, president A. M. Dayton, O., Oct. 24.-Alonzo Son- him He was willing : ; ,
; address the Association. Secretary bloom in many places in the city ily supporting now. :
l'i::vice-president Gv Blin's neck was broken yesterday bya I financial scandal, ::1 -
W the
; Land Bchell made a' very instructive talk and also in many sections adjacent to probe

tar?,and treasurer; J. C._ Dixon falling board at a manufacturingplant i advising the Farmers' Unions and thereto, and the trees have taken on but was not equal to the honest patriotism l i."
'eeper; J. E. Green conductor where he was at work.A I the polio
; : Cotton Growers' Association to get life the same as though spring was of probing it '
Stephens, lecturer surgeon happened to be near i
W. C. scandal behind it.
; .
for approaching.At "
and Sonslin's l together and hold_ their cotton just ,4'-- .
inty- business. agent S. E. head and shoulderswere better cautioned them to be "The campaign is the hottest and"most "

ns. a H. Young. R. J. Allen promptly placed in a plaster I prices; Church. exciting that New York has ever
I careful and not throw all their cotton the Baptist
cast. '
Ie:committee. confident that
known. I am perfectly
market at one time as it
the
on '
t fifty delegates were in ate More than twenty-four hours have would certainly cause the price to de- For the past two weeks our regu- in spite of the terific_ tide of corporations

and every, Union-, in' the. elapsed and he is improving 'so rapidly cline. lar services have been broken into Hearst will win"

was represented that the doctor believes_ the man Lamar thinks that
ministers Congressman -
will C. H. Brown. Chairman of the by special meetings, visiting -
-g old fashion basket recover. will probably defeat
dinner: Congress 'f. ;
Building Committee reported that etc., but we hope to take up our the next
read at the noon hour Williams as the ;
and it John Sharp
Fish Fry Party. contractor would commence work at regular work Sunday. The pastor

hioroughly enjoyed by all those A party of Live Oakites went out once upon the cotton warehouse will speak at both hours, as well as Democratic leader upon the ground i

to Gum class of at 10 o'clock. that he was apostate in presenting the Z
,Slough this afternoon to enjoy building. address his men
full proceedings of the railroad bill, which, was less
be :. meet- a good, old-fashion fish fry. There being ,no further business, The subject for 11 a. m. will be Davie
furnished the Democrat definite and effective, than the Roosevelt -
Among, the number. wbo'went from Association adjourned until the regu- "The Saint's_ Utopian Dream and
..et r/ for publication j legislation, and refused pre,4 ;)
to- Warrior's .: }
thirdly were Qol ,a;<1,Mrs. Ira.. J. lar meeting in November. at 7 p. m., "The Christian : \ "
= bilL
Itthe': time and place forting Carter,, t'Otd Battle Cry." let the friends of "the sent the Hearst ..ti'bubsetibe' \' =4" :.
\ Mrs. O ;, 0, McCollum -, B. F. UMSTEAD, ___! .1' .x -
J qf the County__ Col and MrV congregation'tegln today-and wort '
l : ,dr P.JarreJkR Jt Wfljfc WHATL3Y.. ; President. ; tfi

f .,.,._. ..'.."...." ,Fy and.,bid,CAA JUdler. lAss't,Secretary.at and pray-for both these services Daily Democrat. iF f't"

". -' -_ .. ., l -
L._

.
flS
\' "it 3

'

-.fs4y.>.1. 1 B<.&. <..,__-.-:;..J-.',.-:;..,_,--, .......1 ',;,;-":,'.,_-""'.''.''.'.". -. 'K.' =''',-"''.-,''. !3khr! 'ji'f ,;,:> ';



.. ._ ,, .. .,..Is ;, ;: ,";- --"" _, ;, ?'-C"5-, .'=.
d ;
s. .
.fc-mow -
'*--- -' '" -<'. '" ":; i .sj, ='*y' : ; ::: -- Sol"i' ?.
,. ;= :2 w ;> jaw ,""'-! ;wJ-?<-:; "\': "" -<'* LIVE'OAKQDaILr'DEHOCB..U';.'TH11B8DAYOCTOBBi.- .i.. .
.. ,
.
.f-. :r.-: "" .if' ii : "'Lr .- -. -7--><'_" '> '.' --j., ", __ ="k.. -, F-

_, -, '. .- ',' 7'C"C:-- ___-. --- .. -, .-.. '- '" . 'j*\ -
Y zi '-.lfHUU'.iii. I ni-11I111' ''"'.*Hi.HIHfm;&I IlIUm lalll,.unit.mit1II; 1ftJ::: II::1 .? NOTICE. I I6' .Stevens;.J*<'Ai -;.4..jp.".:,- ; ;'

''I! Notice is hereby gives bat_ the -1 Stanselj A;'JSL "'<*_;..;

> ., '. following names'were 'stricken from 16 Slowmao,,.G,, S. .*..:::.L&ft;Ct Coaaty

: : J'! ''. ,, t : '. the 'Registration Books of Suwannee 16 Slowman, G*.S., Jr;. Left County D i:

: < : County Florida, by the Board of 4 Slade, He..'To. ,->.....Left Cogaty _

'1drs."X, say'Mrs.Z;" "Have you heard'the latest County', at their Commissioners meeting held, of October said County iT. 13 i Saunders Stewart, ,J.C*B.0..u,>..Double Left County. ___

*" 1 Stokes F. ,A- .. .Double .
news't < whoseIlame .
190 and that
-
any person OctF.( )
.
1 Scruggs J. D. .Left Countl
.. '. .has been stricken therefrom u
.-. .. 1 Stanford, J. L -LeftCounty ,-'
before 'said Board on
#-' may appear 2 Sauls, J. F. ..Transferred
; = ; October 27, 190G. to show,cause why u. .lam' ,
: Mrs.: Z- "Why, what is it,'dear?" :: + / __ their names should be restored; 1 Townsend, S. E. ,Left County
s= 14 Williams Ti M. ._..Left County -
.. : .". 5 Dial. Names. Cause. 6 Weatherlngton.C.S Left County .fit

Mrs. X-"The Live Oak Brokerage & Commission 1 Ash G. D: . Left County .9 Wallace J. H. .. Transferred C. .
.uDead 17 Whatley; W. D. ....Double $ HQOwa,. naLA
6 Adams J. A. '
Co. have on the road expecting it every. 5 Addler,.J..W....;. .,.Left County 4 Walker, O, P. .,*, .Left County
RO
I day, 1,100, sacks of the.Famous Snow Flake 5 Allen, Geo .Dead '4 Walker W. W. .. ..Left County B !: '1li
3" Whltfield, C. H. .
.Transferred
..
I Flour 11 Allen Franklin .Dead
made in Nebraska!
., 16 Walker C. A. .,. Left County
11 Allison, G. W. .. .Dead "
';J 3 Anderson, J. S..H.Left County 1 White, J. F, Jr.,.,.J.eft County tva
3. Anderson, Allen -. ..LeftCounty 1 Willard C. B. .. .Left County
f Mrs. Z-':I am so glad! Now, we can have goodBiscuits. ; 7 Brannen R. C. ... .Transferred ''8. Weaver D. F. .. .Left Count L1Y := _
.
>3
1 White. G. C. .. .Dead otl. -
and ". 17 aged. T. F.. ... .. .Left County
Bread
>'" again.
I, t".':' A 17 Boyette, H. N. ..Left County 2 Wraner W. J. ,,.....Transferred
'
. .r, 3 13 Butler R. W.. Left County 13 White 0.. B. ., w. /Transferred
..Left 13 Wesley Hardee ,, .Left County -
3 Boyd, H. H.- County
;j,_ Mrs.. X-"Me too dear, their add will show the 9 Brock Martin .. ..Dead A. LEE HUMPHREYS, R OBI

day it arrives and my Grocer will sure have 9 Brown Abram ... .Dead J. W. BRYSON Chairman. $
I__ 11 Brinson, J. W.. ..Dead Clerk. .
to send me up a sack. A little high in 8 Bryson, W. J.,, ,.Transferred ATTOR i ; '

f' price, but-" 1 Burns M. C.. *. Dead $I, a fog
,
J. 2 Burns G. W.. ..\, Transferred L What He Needed.+ Will i do gemF a
IJ,: ,_ 2 Bassett W. L..Dead A father recently received the follow,

Fy 4.I 6 Black W. B..Left CountyI tog note from a yours nan:: Room
l.coLf
Bozeman, W. H.. .Dead Dear Sir-Wood like your doter Jeas1e', -= ;
6 Blanton. J. D.. ,:. Transftrred I hand in rnarage. She and 1 are in luv. o a
l' F B.. ., and I think nede wife. .B
!; Brinson, Double I u Tureg. is
1 um llIlIIlllll:111111 mmllllm I Hum u m::1111 II 11111111111 m:::11I It!I mmll: : II mllUm! m. 6 Boston. G. !. .. u Left County HENRY. a4

1 Brewer, T, W. ... .LeftCounty The. father replied oy letter saying: { .
\ 1 Butler, J. T, ... Left County .Friend Henry-Toa 'don't need wlfi lime c I i
1 Brock, J. b1. . .Double You need a spelling book. Get one a and 44 nil
1 Burnett, G. L.. .. Double study It for a :year. Then write me again. '
For STOVES 16 Brown C. H.. ..Transferred ATTOBNEY&(
: or FIRE-PLACE 16 Blanton, J. P.. Left County LIVE OAr. % amit
"\ ,WOOD 16 Barr, T. L. Z... .... Left County: Should Uelp HlsueUL
I- 16 Burgman, J. H... ,Left "Yes.YOUl1g Mr. Timmld admitted; ... .. a'
Any length from 14 inches to 4 feet County: Tve always been bashful w uj pncocs la aa the '
I 15 Cope S. J. . *.Left County among tb* ill ittmtiea ti YeIt t. g } '
-A 8 girli" It iQta.,8tc;. MiQBTODONTIA 4r .
Carroll R. E. ..Dead echo. ,a !i
r Will deliver in any part of Live Oak == 1 Cobb P. D. .,. .Left County "But why should you be'?* asked Nero!fuit.tC': tiUM. JSS i
Miss rem + .. *
encouragingly
1 Cobb J. H. ., .Dead .
1 Collins W., K. .. Dead "I can't help myself." < *'
,
;
6 Carver W. V, ,.. .Left County "Gracious she exclaimed, pursing DIXO ,, qtat!

McADOO & BAISDEN 1 Cross 0. M, . ..Double ap her lips. "If you don't help your*
1 Carroll. Jacob .Double I?lt. how can you expect to get ?
any
(BUTLER ,BROTHERS) 14 Cason P. Q. ..Left County DE iiTl ;. w.aP
14 Douglas, J, A.. ... .Left County Speculation.Experience '
\ Phone No. 197 '9 Daniels J., B. ... .Left County -
1 Davis Jeff, L. Left County proves that those wb/! tCafia .: '
> '
15 Dorsett T. L. ? Transferred gain money rapidl.v by speculation almost VonDon't ; :* -

T------- "- 13 Dorsey E. H.--. \. Left County never keep it. and when they
13 Delegal 1... M,_ .. .Left County hare lost It they are infinitely worse oft ..,. '
17 Bowling, Geo, ,, .Dead than they were before.;-Success Magzlne -
[ 14 Dees J. H. ., Left County : Have Yw .
8 Foster, J. M., Sr..Dead I -.. .,> f "
Waterman Fountain Pens I 3 Gamble J. H. ..Left County Work # -
| 9 Griffin, G. F. .. Left County A Badly Burned Girl BuCEe1i.t --"gilt.

Gillette Razors and Blades 6 Griffin A. J, .. .;. Left County or boy man or woman is quickly )aI1 d
1 Goff,' J. C, ..., Left County out of pain if Bucklen's Arnica A the Mill' :::1t ;
1 Gill, Allen- ,. .. Transferred Salve Dai
""
Kodaks, Brownie Cameras 1 Gray, G. I;. \.. .'. Left County U applied promptly. G, J. Welch.of -.:
16 Giles Jas. .'., *. ,Left County Tekonsha, Mich., says: "I use It In .....
Huyler's Candies ( 14 Goolsby A. B.. '\ Left County ay family: for cuts sores and all skin I m 100 IWfill sris. :
16 Gardner,. M: P. ;...Left County Injuries and find It perfect. Quickest -
16 Graham Solomoh .Dead
Victor Talking Machine and Records 1 Grant, Sykes ,.;'. Dead Pile cure known. Best 'heaU g 111 s
; 4 Hurst J. S. ; i Transferred salve made: 25c Barclay & Groov- I Build them under as i ,: Ac.U I

16 Hurst, P:'C. '<, .Transferred er Drug Store. f tee. Have Built Hwf -
16 Hunter, T. L. .
Left Coun ty ._ t,
Suwaonee 1 Hanktns, W. D. .Left County am Building. more _'ill ,
r Drug Company t, 1 Hailer W. A. .-. .Left County Just Received For Best Prices rit fI I
1 Head. W. P. :, ,Left. County
I 1 Higginbotham.R.K. Left County w. H. !!rn
5 \ 4 Hart, W. H. . Left County
i J13 Hankerson, J. W., .Left County at THE BAND BOX P. o. Box No.,4. 1'Al' ,_ 1 i = !r.At.
-
.. .
.
13 Hankerson, J. F. .Left County '. -=-
17 Ingram, B: R. ..
Transferred New +0+0 0+0000011 nil*
17 Fancy Waists in +
Ingram E. S. .Transferred ;

Florida State Institute 16 8 Ingerville Ivies J. S, .Mitchell.. . Left Dead Cou nunsveiling. l -

16 Idlett, Nathan Dead I WWood
16 Idlett.. Theodore '
.Left
63 IUVERSIDE AVENUE, JACKSONVILLE County:
A FLORIDA. 16 Jerrldo. Willis Left Cou :y Ready-to-wear Hats --0"'i t
Situated",on the banks of the St. Johns River 3 Jones, T. G. . .Dead -
13 Jesse, Abram . Left County for ladies and children A horse wagonl

Perfect Facilities. Perfect, Location. 13 Jones., M. C. ,,. Left County for 2 18inchwoodforl.f} ,.
t' 13 Johnson P. B. ,. .Left County early Fall wear.
1 6 Johns. H. P. ., .LeftCounty .:
Mrs Schumacher's strictly private sanatorium for administering 14 Keen. J. T. . Left County Kid Gloves, elbow Furnished OB S13ort 'IT
1 Kempton. G. M. Left
a special quick and painless treatment for all forms of the 2 County length.
J Kicklighter, J. J.. Transferred I Leave orders atM.LBuU
drag habit and alcoholism, approved medical attendance and 9 Law, S. B: . .Dead !

nurses. Write or call for detailed Information.C.E.HUMPREYS. 15 Lacquey N. L..Left County New Muslin Under- Y H. WIMBEKLY, :I W
; 16 Leggett, R. J. .. .Dead ; s
16 Lane, A. H. . Left County wear in beautiful de O+O+O+O+O+O+ .

16 Leak, J. L. Left County signs.Mrs. '
: -- ; 16 Locklier H., J. .. .Left County -':
i 16 Lockller C. J. .Left County f ? .
16 Leggett W. W. :4 .Left County [ "Ai ;

17 Lamb J. P. . .Transferred: E. N. Lawler. .j
.
r 17 Lawson. M. M .Transferred I CUIIU,. AMD E .,
10' ._
: 1 Lloyd, J. W. . Dead UJID'L"IOI&pUMI."'TUIte ";.i
-T .....--- ,
1 Lawler, N. J. q ..DeadI 71
CONTRACTOR, AND BUILDER I Lowe J. E. . .Transferred i The Publisher's "'fJ.W .----J'"
'
5 Miller Hance ., Dead
: :,: I 9 Mickler H. A.. Dead
16 Mills. J. E.-." .Left County 1 '?-\
Proprietor : 16 Mock, W. A. . .Transferred CjaimsjustainedUNTIED
vj* 3 McCaskill. J. C.. .Left County ,
Florid gve1ty Works \ I 3 McLeod, A. J., Jr..Left County r. e-
'- OBS>: 1 McDaniel, Wm. .Dead Tbs STATES COURT OF CLAIMS d
1 Morrison, R. M..Left County Dictl Publisher.of Wtblt.er" late..tIonaJtJ I'4
See me before building your house. Everybodyelse 2 Meeks, H. M. . Transferred dl allege thoro t.hat it" 18.in fact-the popu..et .
,
ii, y reedited In +
and
1 McFarland O. Transferred vaa tl J
*,ke hedinevery J>art.with
does.Residence 6 Moseley, G. P. .. .Left County ad PnPftnooA severer 0 f Mina U to meet tho"larger
17 Mitchell W. T. .Dead two: requirement;of another Belief&.
a 13 Mattalr. D . .Dead We are of the opinion that this
allegation
most
and office, Phone 188. 13 Mathls, M. C. . Left County work clearly-hat and been accurately describee l the
6 Newsome W. S. Transferred ulUhathaabeen accomplished and the
2 Nobles, M. E. . .Dead edited u U now It-nit.- bas been The thoroughly Dictionary.:
1 Newlan, W. R Dead : every part eTerr.and detail Ja haI been corrected ree in -I W
admirably 'j/
1 Overstreet S. T. .Dead. | the larger and severer requirementn adapted to. meet
17 W. . reh1looeralolPfhlch demands of a
Parker A. Transferred more of popular :
1:1: :11I11111I1111:III IllUlllmmll mmu n:::111111111:11:: amn II 11::I III II}!!!:!::111111:::I II II:mUl 17 Page, W. P. . Double that the_ world has ever- than any generation ;JA\\\\I'\\\\ ;
contained,
16 Pritchard J. It .
T.
.Left Cot it* to the :iPI needlese to add thai we refer
1 Poucher A. . :in our '
Dead judicial
the hIghest ..ut.ho 'Work &I of "WHO FILLS MY pRES RIYf.D.CGHTER'r
1 . city is accuracy of deJ1n1.
Pound J. E. Left County ,Jll.that in the future :
15 Parrish, James .Dead of constant as reference In the past it '\ ..

SUWANNEE BAKERY 13 Parnell J. D. . Transferred auus 0.xorr Well__ .thJ'.;
13 Privett, P. R. Transferred 'UwnsHN $ Is a natural question .1
s 13 Quarter man, J. H...Transferred BT..nov A 1. = part of a physician afX1oV -
6 Roann, G. W. . .Left County ClhllH''J B. Bun for his patients we i
,.. ...
.. 11 Robinson ,
P. S. .Dead oboes RIm to TTEBSTEE'S Answer The City Pt { {
Bread Cake Pies Etc. 1 Rickard, J. J. .. Left County INTERNATIONAL : doctor'sfaction. i .
1 Rhoden T. D. .Left County DICTIONARYCRAND and note your. }.

1 Rhoden S. M. Left County THE \Vby Becaa
1 Rhoden, Snowdie Left County (the highest PRIZEd knows how careful we w
J ,Cakes made special order. Cream Bread a 1 Rhoden, L W. .Left County tonal,the award W or14'tl'a1r.)wu riven to the In tefD&o utopur1trOI ingredi
81.
Louis.
16 Roberts N. V. .
.Dead
Specialty. At the old Racket Store, in front of 1 Revels Henry ,;.Dead BET THE LATEST AND and exactness of compo.

1 Race, H. C. .. .Left County BEST Ing.City.
the Court House. Clegg and Knowles, Props. 1 Robertson A. J. .LeftCounty You tcpi be iaterrfcd in our -
6 Sumner J. J. 'Transferred peetrnen paper,lint/rte e F x
1-9 Sealey J. W. . .Left County d&C.MERR1A1d co. WQmaPU8l.IaHEQ. i Pharii
5 Sanborn J. F. .. .LeftCounty .
mmmmllIummlill! I:!11111 II I lIil Ji lHilI: IIII mmmmm:::: :: lm:::::m mm 5 Strickland 'John .Left County SPRtltp ear
I: UI .;mm .- : >FiELD,.iilAEg ....' PHONE 73j tt'l


:

-.
j

T. '.!;;i '>,,->.<:"'f'.;.-...... [.-3'". -.. ., ..rb ,..'<..,. -. ...,.' .".,,;;.,'. "- -- .,. ,' ,".. -- .<. "-<.:. '" '" '_, ""_, __.., ';.,., _. _
...



<->) '" : <-" "i",,_,F 1, '."? t'l' ".,;f' ''''i: ., S .
i'9"';;' .;: o<:'.sjJ.qp'; 'LlVE'OA.JJDAItrJ .
:'. )'j f ,.f' to. .. i; .p >_ : 'THIIRSpAY,.''


.. .. ...... .. -. : '''lri co : ':"_" ,(;'. "";"._ o. ._
.
.. ::. : : ,, : :',,'- .
:
;Too Uaeh Eure'lae.UnfortunateJr . . "-" -r- $ : };:: ; :"' 1" ';__':.:. ," ,_
. ;
1inA aATLWAtSCBEDULli . . .. .. . .I. .. .. .. .. : ,
a good many men turn '

,..c ; ;. the conviction that they must keeexerjing Sl"EAM' LA i'
; 1"\11' LIVE OAK : NDRY.i
': tbemselre' All the time. They .
AT UVE OAK.
;;Ji: ,L TRAINS ON & IA. L.BY. AN A. c. L. RY '
call moment wasted !
which
.,. every U : .l
auD W. not spent in activity, of some kind '
6 csJ+ss.r. Tin Largest and'best'equipped '-'
Laundry Middle F& : :
d either physical or mental Such men J':< .

: Nat Mail Local No. Ftf 1.l are taking the quickest means to bun '"*4

and Daily themselves out You cannot live well : '.

aa4 STATIONS.. Express Daily. Except Sunda). and keep happy under a constant and All work First class in every respect. "l< : X"

: : tyrannical sense of effort There must Prompt service and deIive -'
: : ship .
II, __ F be times of play, times to let up the ments to out of town cos mere <,,,-: \ :

'-''': ...... .. -lli Oak_ L,. .. .. 10 20 a m 110 p tension and to do easy and natural when '
[ el t Lt.' i things which don't require conscience ." .. promised. All lost or damaged articles $ -
forio l'_. ._... _Lv.10 00 a m 6 It p m : : ?
'. gram "....- I I a a and exact attention. Horace Bushnell will be ld"or. r : : : : *. : J

..:.'.st. 't_. ."_.-'- r-_stokky......__.--.L.. 962am944am i 11 pm the great Connecticut minister, recognized ; : .
L' this when he said "Let's sin "
., .... ...Lanier._---.Lv. t 50 a'm 615 pm go
'" : -
: ..... "
-
2.4 awhile. Sinning has, the advantageof i
"="" :"f*... ,,, .." .--- Kirksand...........__...Lv, { 105pm, being easy, and there are times Work under personal supervision of :: : _

,."'"l-1") _'t S.C oartb.- _._.....;.Lv. ...936am.. liOpa445pn i when the easy thing ! ------- LESTER
.".r.--. .. ,. ...."....Wilmarth.__..._.Ar. A man who takes no time off for one SCARBOROUGH, Proprietor'LIVE ':
"
r. 4.3.LuraviUe.._, _..-.........- kind of play or another, but who keep : FLA.'z =
Af.---' '.'MLuravUle---_.- .' the anxious conscientious look on hit OAK
-"-' :
,. 4.5 _.......... face day in Odd day out may be on the
.W ., .,. ,__._W .."..._- .. MMi > .
Y At-- ..".::.1 r.. .....'\ .-...... ........... ......-r. -93aam932am_ -.r road to heaven, but be will find thai
L' ''' oS
p p n ". the sanitarium Is a way station.-Dr. --- -w
Juwannee River....... ...._.Lv. --- ------ ,
II \ : Lv- ..... .. 432 pn4l2pn.
-
.i m -- U ,Luther IL Gulick In Good Housekeep

',:.:'- X.T.- ..--..-.....Norwood.- ___Lv. 9 20 a m i iy ing. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. =
..J a.l. _
". :" Ar. _N'......-.Kay..__.._.........__Ly. 912am910am 4 00 pit
ctj.'. WI. ....) .yo.--_........?............Ar. A Few Cerreetlomi.
I : .."'Ly.--, A few things picked up trom'a child's I TWO TRAINS DAILY TO WASHINGTON NEW YOBK7I I _

.v.' ,C-'j Ii AI...... ..... ..... 1.5'I' schoolbook: Never say. "I don't thinkIt
=
= .
.' v. ...: .."..- "
"
will raIn.What you mean is, 1 do
F- '>.,, '.' Ar.---. ......... .."' .........__..............._..Lv.It think It will not rain." "All over thworld" Schedule Effective November Z6.190&. .F.

.. .,..)oIa7o........_. .__._.Aa ,345pn325pn .
111!,m f.v- : -- is bad; say('Over all the world. No.84!No. 301 TwoTraina East. Na NORTH ANDPEST(

.< I :: : ..".." ....-.San Pedro..u.., ..._... ..Ar. 90 a m 1 1jf "Tbe reason why" is not only-Incorrect. 05a T 65p LT... -"-. .". vm.A7 '
7 45r IAr.Jae Ai
r p ll"--- 11 .._. ..Ar .
., ;. ....x..Saitit ad _.__.._.Lv. 861am840am SISpn but doesn't sound as well as "The reason U40alU120pl2 40p Lv. Jeuap- 10 30p LT Jewup.G*. &Ry.Lv: ,;;.
"' llfi [Lv ...... .....*.. Up Lv..Sa'fUJlAh..u SOa Lv.Maeon. Ga.S. Ry.L'f ,. zs
f James version
9.2f In the
.
that King Ar.ColuII1bia..Lv
..:.. r.., .Aakold.-. _.Lv. t 4S Pin i 10 6 55p 06p fl66 COO& Ar.,.Charlotte v Lv S 2oalAr.Atlgata.Gas.lty: .Lv _' :; -
=
P II!Lv. -- of the Bible quoted by same authorities 1 SOaUr.Rom* Ga..S. Ry.LvS : -

'!'i \t-.n'JII':;' v....! _. -.-.Chariron.,.,.............- ..._,.'...Lv. 833am 235 pn as a standard of pure English one 12 Z 56a 06a 12 2 1 bIp.Ar..Greenaboro..Lv Dp| ....Danville..Lv 9 25a 45a Ar.Ar.Chafanga.Dalton.Ga.TS..A Ry.Lv Ry.Lv "; -a I -

; 3.9 .._.... ._... .Lv. 220pa"y may find we following which occurs 6 Ma < 42pAr..Richmond..LT39p | 5 20p At.Luin&1o.: $Q.A; C.Lv '
f' .. .. 8 23
... .. ....... Reena. e**** a m815am 7 ti
Ar.Cinc'nattj
Lv., 4 39p Ar..Lynchbur8r.; 0p| ., OQ A C.Lv ,
I Ppm 3.0 \ : In Isaiah xxxvil, 36: "Then the angel of
'.-- ___....Lv. 210pm 6 Oa II lOp Ar.Charbttesvlile Lv 8 4ppf L'f.Cin 'naW, 0 Bir ut i710a
..Fenholloway.
..- '
'
s: f 03 JI m Lv....... .-- %.6 the Lord went forth and smote In the 94 a 9 bop Ar.,Washington..Lv Ar.Chieago m. Big-Lv :

:,, .It L...... "-...... nmark......,..-........:..-Lv. 8 08 a m I 85 p E camp of the Assyrians a hundred and 11 :9a 11 S5p .Baltimoce.Lv 8 asp LT.CiHc't'ti PiLines.Ar '-
p m r-- 3.3 1 45p 2 35a Ar....W. Phila...Lv Wa'Ar-ChicagcPa.! Lines.Lv
.- ",- A1 ... ._..*.*wry_....t** .........................Lv. 8 00 a m )\G ZO P In fourscore and fire thousand and when 13p,.6 :Ste Ar... NewYork..Lv I T_ 3
: .M.-- 8 !Lv.Clne'atti CH.ft DAr
la" iS to n w. In the morning behold 45p -
.. they arose early
<- Noa. 54 and 34.-"New YorkTand Florida Express 7 23aAr Chicago Mon.RouteLv
they were ail dead corpses" mother ," Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping -
Daily C 45p|Lv.Cin'nati C H.t DAr520a
a' ) -
)
(
( ) Register ( ) Regular Stop. a
(n Flat Station. r a
Statioa.
Telephone and Jacksonville to New York.
l. tr ,h ct "words the corpses arose early In Car.Port Tampa Ar-Toedo-C. H&DrLv
T' P. AL8TON, Superintendent Noa 30"Wuhinawn and Florida 725* Ar Detroit Afich.P.H.Lvt
Slits I, the morning and found themselves Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping -
: w
Tf.8,HAWS Generafpaiaww Agent dead. Dout say **A man fell off the Car.Jacksonville to New York. Dining Car.N0. 30p 45a,Lv Ar.Clevel&nd.Bid'ourLv Cin'BatlBigFoar.Ar .'

dock." A man might tall into a dock, 301 THROUGH LAND or THE Sn. 5 SOp Lv.1.ex ngtoa.S.Rp.Ar81op

but to that he fell off a dock Is no 'Lv.732a .. BJ..LT: _
& Gulf say 7 559 Lv_. Jacksonville Fla....-..Ar Ar.SL LouI ....& RT.LT '
Oak Perry better than to say be fell off a. hole. 12 lie Ly. ..__.Savaanah. Ga._, ..Ar 10 02a Ar-Annistou.A S.Ry-Lv
iye ; 6 00a Ar_Columbia, S, C.. .,..Lv 12 Ola Ar.Bkm'han.A&By.LT
1 50p Ar.._....Ashvilla. N. C...__Lv 6 Oap Ar-Meaphis-.Frisco..Lv .
..,,. Seventeenth Century Panegyric 2 37Pr Ar..H.ot Springs N. C._.Lv 9 40a Ar.Kansas City Frisco Lv
.,'. Railroad Company. George II. inquiredwhy Milton did 6 i Op Ar. .. Knoxville Tean._....Lv | Tena..Ar
. 850& Ar_.__..Leuisrille. Ky.._Lv 83QJjLvMelJlllhIa. ,
not write his "Paradise Lost" in prose I 6 12p Ar---.St. Leuia Mo..Lv .Ark..XvA ,
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 20. 1866. One more with Stephen 8 15& ....._...CinciBnatt, O...........Lv < f
-J/ sympathizes N SiL-DaUy human Drawing Room B.fftt 4 -
w .. 1:1 who read thgreat Sleeping Car Between Jacksonvils,
1:1: .. 'i3 ::I Duck the peasant poet: EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE ON Hendenoa
YiU. Asaville.Hot Spring. KnniniU and Cinda
r g. oi ,rQ tNO', a ric ,epic over "twice or thrice with] ALL TRAINS.No. natti -' =
v : 6A c: c J before he could under -
= a dictionary -
!
Pusenger Frt. andPua'! J z.ily IIZ] i Z stand the language." We find ourselves 13-Ftorida Limited-Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through day roaches and F llioaa? Sleep. 4

........ ::s v'1fa cor.. cI: somewhat at a loss to understand the ing Car*, .to Atlanta Chattanooga and City.Pulhaan Sleeping Car J.M8 r_
NCJ. Springs
1 No i to Colorade CoL, via Birmingham llemphia, Kansas
.. Sunday Only Daily ei.Sun T- language In which were couched the ,, .

o. 1,i.' P, )(. Leave P.M. P. 11. P. M. A. M.Arrive. A.M. fulsome panegyrics of the late seventeenth JAMES FREEMAN. District Passenger Agent 108 W.Bay St.Jacksonville- Fla t
Leav4 Arrive Arrive Arrive century. Dr. Hill selects two t
VI. uo 240 430 &40 10.00 9.49, S.H7HAXDWICK.: P.T. JC W. H.TAYLOR G.P.A. G. B. ALLEN.A G.p.A ;
: _Live Oak_. be hard to The
U3 2 it 416 5.28 9.46 '.1' which It would surpass.
tI-. 141 300 307 __Rocky... Sink.Starr.. I 412 5.24 9.42 1e first Is Dryden's to Roscommon: y
" in
L52 4 OS 5.20 1.38
,
J 315 ??. Mercer..-, How will sweet Ovid's ghost be pleased to
Lb3 4t5 5.17 9.35 .0i 3
.,. ..PlattLancaster....
: I SO -,
M' .. 3 56 &.08. '.26 8.50 hear SEABOARDAir
ioa
Ai Ar. 840LT. ; Lv U8 Lv 5.00 Lv 8.11 LvMC
.t t: 4 10 Dowluur Park. His fame augmented by 4 British peer! ,
!6' v' 'Ar 3 19 Ar 4.65LvlSO Ar 9.10 Ar 1.12
:J v 'r_ 4.49 4 IS .... 3 S3 9.05 8.08 Cant goes almost farther In the second .
417 Chancy
-
l< UQ 830 AX 4.43 8.06S.M
'- ll'Lv' and blasphemy a good deal far
i 429 --Bell-- I 28 9.03 _
t: 17, Ar. 425 Mayo Junction If lament for Line Railway
f Ul 325 4.43 Lv goo LvlM ther. is Halifax's
,1'h: s U v_ 440 _....Day....... ,t1940 Ar 8.55 ArU1
.. ___ Charles IL
_
: 446 .sila :
t 'O$ 5.06 SIS 4.34 8.49 7.31

":.it.t8',f.0 L2' 4(12 fiZ _.? Townsend_.smith.-.._... 3 2 oe 41 4.83 4.15 8.45 8.30 ;7.0i..28oc In Charles so good a man and king, w For Savannah, Columbia Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, -

ik'lit' + Ar 5.60 US\ Ar. 640Ar i tlFenhoUoway..-Perry_...-.. |Lv2S5Lv205 Lv 4.02 3.50 Lv 8.15 8.00 Lv 6.5J 6.(0 A double see Image of the Deity. Richmond Washington Baltimore Philadelphia, New York -

QI/ lAr'! SO .C35 Hampton Sp'a .! Lv&.20 L*'l.SO Lv 6J\5 Oh, had he more resembled it! Oh why ... : cs
4-. Was he not still more like and could not

MAYO and ALTON die Three Elegant Trains Daily '

\;,. This seems unsurpassable. Yet, If Y
',- Dr. Hill had been concerned with the SEABOARD FLORIDA LIFTED f
,
:
.. gull- ..Frt. 1M PuI Passenger STATIONS. Frt and PaastFrt, and Pass I-Passenger poems of Mr. Richard Duke he would SEABOARD EXPRESS

":'L Ssn.iti'a 9 No 1L No 8' No.10 Na 14 doubtless have secured an almost _
1M a ........-- -.-Sum Sunday Only Daily ez S\l1I. DaiIy..x SUllo Sunday...Onl!1 equally startling couplet In memory oft SEABOARD MAIL
< L IL P. Jl. $ p. M. A.M.
';.:J-oi' PLeiive Leav. Arrive Arrive Amve. monarch whose wit has been more s
.<,.;iltoo, : L3Q 5.10 Dowling Park 8.07 1.30 1.54 often extolled than his virtue; .
R t10 i.2Z Malo .Junction US $44 MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT;
,7US' 165 G.M Clark 7.41 &320(. 8.33. Good Titus could, but Charles could never -
r: f. -L(8, 5.44 Peterson 1.85 1.011 8.3 ,
BayOf
,',J' 18.00 s 5.S0 I 5.56 MaJo' 7.20 I 2,48 I 8.11 all his ro1'a111fe he lost a. day. The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only,Daily'Solid Pull- -
M.1011 Ar 1.40 Ar 6.02 Alton Lv 1.00 Lv 1.3S LV 8.00 Train between St. Augustine Jacksonvilleand
Electric Lighted ,
-Professor W. P Trent In Forum. man
.Regular itoo. Connection node at Dowling Park for all trains to and from Live Oak. and Perry Richmond and Washington. Leave St. Augustine
lit III< Mw 14%Lewin Building Live Oak.jjBtAS His Ambition. 12:10 P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20 P.M. daily including Sundays.S

DOWLINCLJPregident.: R P HOPKINS.,General Passenger Aaent&tlanticCoastLine A new vicar was being shown round

the parish by his warden. ONLY LINE

'"Tl e natives are a hardy lot sir,"

be said, "but you haven't seen Peter Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans, '-s'

Sparks. He's the quaintest characterin Forffull iaformatlon anti M<*per reservations call
of Seaboard or write t
on any agent
-i't"= these parts.uThIs

individual turned out to be the S. C. BOYLSTON, .

f Florida, Georgia, Alabama, sexton, and he was discovered ringing Assistant JACKSONVILLE General Passenger Agent. J JF

; 0.s the church bell.
-' -
"Is not this bell ringing almost too
Virginia North
Carolina and
much for you: my friend?" asked the'fear INSPECTORS AXI) CLERKS.List Wilson and Parks Lipsey, Inspectors,
sympathetically, noting the bent and S. D. Huggins Clerk. ''
L South Carolina. figure of the old man. "You must be a of Inspectors and Clerks ap District No. 13-H. E. Delegal, G.:
?" pointed by the Board of County Commissioners W. Umstead and J. J. Corbett, Inspectors '

.,. great age old on October 17, 1906 for and B. F. Umstead, Clerk. +
"Yesslr. yesslr mumbled the the General Election to be held ;November District No. 14-T. C. Williams, L =

,; The Great Highway Travel fromEasi fellow. 'Ow many years I've tolled 6, 1906: L. B. Davis and W. L. Mclnnis Inspectors '
the bell I can't tell but it's beginning J. S.
ye District No. 1-T. J. Lyle. and C. F. O'Donnell Clerk.
to tell on me. 'Owsoever. I've Kinkaid and F. I. Robertson Inspec- District No. 15-J. A. Gilley T. ,r

: -- cst North South tolled the bell for five vicars." tors, and J. P. Lamb, Clerk. J. Lanier and J. A. Cason, Inspectors.

"Dear iner' ejaculated the 1'r..7. District No. 2-W. E. Harrell H. and W. L. Fuller. Clerk. ,

DaD: uncomfortably. A. Thompson and J. R. Bassett Ins District No. 16-W. V. Goff J. L.

TO THE EAST THE FAMOUS ".tnd." continued the sexton. "I'll be pectors, and W. A. Nobles. Clerk. Pennington and W. E. Vann, Inspectors -
harpy 'when I've made up the, 'alt District No. 3-Will McLeod. J. 0. and W. H. Mobley Clerk.
.. Boatright and J. H. Hunter, Inspec- District No. 11-J. S. Parker, W. =
ORIDA I'll retire thenGlaspow
I think
AND ( ozen.
WEST INDIA LIMITED tors, and T. T. Hart, Clerk. H. Johnson, and T. W. Scott, Inspectors .
Times.
District No. 4-J. W. Grant J. M. and H. B. Brown, Clerk

LAND NEW YORK EXPRESS. Tucker and A. J. Rice Inspectors A. LEE HUMPHREYS, -

Judicial Wit. and Y. H. Ballentine Clerk. Chairman. +-
"Her Christian name Is Handel," explained District No. 5-T. H. H. Hunt S. I BRYSON Clerk.

WRT MONTGOIERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE FLY a witness at West Ham "but M. Martin and J. T. Green, Inspec- J. W. J

[ she didn't like it and took up Annie tors, and Bart Newburn, Clerk. -

Instead" District No. 6-A. 'J. Mille, L. B. -
flLOI
ER" VIA ATLANTA. OFFERED
I "Most people" observed the magistrate Barnes and H. W. Mosley, Inspectors, HELP IS _

"prefer a handle to their names." and G. P. Howell, Clerk. YOUNG PEOPLE >< =
J. Bass, TO WORTHY
7-Andrew
No.
AN CARS AND THROUGH COACHES Which considered Judicially wouldppear District W. A. Mock, Inspectors We earnestly request all young persona no ratter _
ONJAILJTRAINS. brilliant sally.London Tribune T. P. Hurst and limited their means or education.*ho wish t<$ _
a bow -
and W. L. Sullivan, Clerk. thorough business traisug and good petition : :
tic_ ,Coast Line mileage boob, good to all points, via all fcistrict t : No. 8-J. A.' DeBerry, J. obtain. to A write by indeaedeneeandprobatkfortYr.SPlIt mail for our great hatf-nte *a

as far East and J. H. Johns, Inspectors offer. Success. .
Washington, and as far West as St. Louis M. Kight are guaranteed. Ion'tdelu. Writetaday
Blood Clerk.
Poisoning
and J, V. Brown C.Ileie HAMS. Ca.
mnati and *{ew Orleans; rates 2500. results from chronic constipation, District No. 9-G. R. Stansell Ins-Al- The GL-Ala. BuUn ..-... f.
Kenady,
W. O.
bert Hogan and
L CONSULT THE PURPLE fOLDER. which is quickly cured by Dr. King's pectors, and F. J. Mallory, Clerk. NOTICE.

tied and full information New Life Pills. They remove all District No. 10-C. L. Sealey, L. indebted to Drs. Anderson ,
regarding rates Pullman T Laughinghouse, All persons
reserva- A. Legett and C. ,
King's
cured Dr.
js,. schedules, call on your nearest ticket agent or write which is quickly by Inspectors, and J. E. M. Tedder, and Creckmore or Dr. T. S. And-
Ss.5 Infuse new life and vigor; cure sour

J&AP BQYLSTON' Dist. Pass Agents 138 W. Bay St., Jack nTi1Je. :Fla. stomach: nuusia, headache dizziness Clerk.District No. 11-T. A. Mikell J. erson will come and settle. An accounts

t -Pass:Agent, 1M W Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. and colic, without griping or discomfort T. Ward and H. C. Kight, Inspectors must be settled by January I, .

T1 1' taterTraffic Manager". General Offices, Wilmington, N. a 25e. Guaranteed by Bar- and J. W. Mikell, Clerk. 1906.3 O-\Z.2m
Gen.. P sa.Agent. Crawal D. S. Goss D. H.
tr.- Offices, Wilmington, N. CW' day & Grover Druggists. District No. 12- s

,
'
"!> -

}

r't'.. .
.
i .
,
. 't" ..;' .
'.' : ? "
*
:, -'- "w "... -o-t.. ,.
; .'!!;i-r4-/ ...>,*'...,>-__-V..J-. w-+,.-i., =;." '___ ._....,.. xis'_ ',,.___ ,.::7 ..4:, ::..; .x:;z..; ;,.. <. '.'" >;_..0'i:.;:- ) ,. w
-- -- '



-:" ;".:.- -' ."",,-
=
.. .._ ......;.... ,- ,,_ ,". ,.- ..- -".' W ,. '- C::" *:'=-!: : !, :'; -- I FIri ." ';- -. __?:::,i. :
-IHi : ; :
.'. .. ... .. .:.. Y L r'TII nJ., ; ._ ..... ... 'L lu' '. ,
:
.
". ;/; :rn."'; .- .u. ;; :: : :.:: ....--." --..........-- -- .,:, '." -" ., ....-. -, .. -'-- ,- "F
'-- <" --"

'l4- .: t"-:1: : ; 'ii ..tbi t jw"jIJ.F< ;;saa' _: "Mte ,_..... .< ;"' .' : :;.
1 t. P1 '
: -t\ Allii jl t &w ... t, 1}... : ""'TM
;,., : i fi taeze'- :<<.J < I; vgg _: i ;
,In ,Qf Us that / e, them, for eQai.liar ;
L proo 1-
; contention : :
'. r SBIDf bYEgYAFT1 NOoN.t verf small part of our datyln: ( :
Is W't.c'rf'
'''': sanity only the stand rd, of conduct ':*- N ,
< :EXCEfT SUNDAY. fixed t world, and a :citizen can stay I
by the, majority, the
'
v J. .P.SHKR\VpOI) rJSditor,and )Jgr.e' esteemed Tampa Times, replying to I r within those, limits and'still be 'the i' '::

meanestindividual in the community -WAY DOW* .WOS THE UM i I
very .
'IIEMP.DBLSHIIG; the incredulous Democrat gives as .
,. + { COMPM.. and the greatest. obstacle to t '
-- Illustration the thermometer which "
::- Itol'
;;: ; -; its Mineral Springs Hotel I'
advanCement.
-
records the In i
; |Satered. at. the post-office Live changes temperature, I I .
1
Oak Florida, as Second Class Mall and says that the will of the maJoritT'l! -- HOT ANO COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TAeId. 'Y;;:
'
Matter. November 7; 1905.' like this thermometer "slides up and .The Live Oak Democrat is "sure"Mr. I WATER IN EVERY ROOM BOWLING ALLEYS. BILLIAII -

down- and fixes things by the same I Roosevelt regrets the "unjust PHONE CONNECTIONS.. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES > .

'VHE' DAILY DEMOCRAT will be noiseless gradation." Ah, but the l things" he said about.Jefferson Davis RATES REASONABLE S '""
; 7c
YS' 4'!'.: "mailed, to any part of the. United d thermometer doesn't. make the tern-1 i I since he sent his condolences 'and :. !
t
'Ji 'motes", postage' prepaid, for $5.00 perature-that must be referred ,to j I flowers and a squad of soldier to
'I
**
f"
per year; 52.50 for six months; the laws of nature; and for an equally ["honor" the funeral of Mrs Jefferson ADDRESS FflRKnOTEUDOWUNOFfliHcLive

:: t15'r three months or good reason the sanity of manKind -| Davis. We should be "delight- .. .. "... -
.50. cents for five'weeks, in advance. must be '" "" ct
: determined by the same ed to accept the view of our ccntemIporary -

Delivered to any part of the city laws. Allowing for, all the infinite But, we cannot do so since Uak Ml ,.

by 'carrier for 10 cents per week. mutations in human opinion, in the I I these "unjust things"" were also untrue St 8T

last analysis, when we get down to [ and yet are being reprinted in .- ?

DEMOCRATIC NOMins.br organic facts, the relation of the !late editions- of Mr. Roosevelt's Manufacturers o! .::.,

normal human mind to things, both works, which are advertisedas "his- Lumber of
'* Shingles Ice Eleei ,
,- For Member' Coai reU. 2nd Congressional objective 'and subjective is a status tory." So that in fact he is reprinting d f

'DUtrict__ which_, happily for us, is fixed un- them very day and making these c_
FEANK CLARK. of Columbia. changably In nature, and no sliding 1 untrue4lLtements continually with.fout Power and Turpei" .*:

.
For Justice of the Supreme Court; scale of majority opinion can alter it a word of correction. Can flowers Electric "> a-1. :
Lights iq
[
part of the
any cityfurftl -
CHAS. B.' of Eatamb1a.
PAEKH1LL. A straight line for : _
-
instance, is the and empty "honors" cover these '
t JAMES B.WHUFIELD. of Leon.For or Business Houses at a.very reasonable rates .
Rt
I shortest distance between two given facts?-Times-Union. day and night current-for a you
R road Oo nmiasioaer:. points- That eternally true in the We were not before advised that manufacturing pu. : rc mgt at

NEWTON A. BUTCH,of.Jiy. very nature of things and a sane. late editions of _Rooseveit's alleged Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City or
R.HUDSON Bup. of Dade.For world so accepts it: but would ii be histories had been.issued containing |tion, and all orders promptly filled. i 'i **
Member BOOM otBeprcaenUtivec I \ Al
;' W.. R. DOSMAN. any the less true .If the majority of the original slanders on Mr TQY \.

W.lLMcCLELLAN. people, seeking to establish a new definition Davis. This being true we have nothing ;; ".
: .
For Tax Assessor: to fix a new standards should to say in behalf of the slanderer. l L- iv&vil }J'I \

.,' A.::'D.-'HEKYL- Q.. deny it? Perfect sanity is perfect His second offense is woiit than his J .. ) )31dot

: For Tax Collector Conformity the Jaws of nature. first one< To write a falsehood the
.-i' J.N J4EEn. 'g
; J}
L '
For County Treasurer first time may be excused If the MILLINE : tbtiloa

4 G..B. LORQ. THE ILLINOIS WAY. writer had been misinformed of the 71 t _, of

For Member Board;' truth, but to deliberately repeat it
Ife II.A. ADAMS. If any community in the South after ignorance could no longer be .'I ; C'

R,M. CARVES should do for its negro populatiowhat villedig
; ( ,
E.,R.. WISE. the whites in Casey Illinoidid' 0 ':!;:<

For Member Board-County Commi&.ioners: for theirs one day last week a New Goods Stylish and 51
M. Li SUBNETSj. ,
-
howl would go tIp from the wholeNorth treelisitc
a DAVIS. !
He
Sa3Uolstl"r's
Wink. < .
4. H.GRANT and we would hear ii all over 1,,',
w. A. TISO.N.J.J.DEMPSEY.. again that / D.
The
we were cruel barbarians Rev. William Sheafe Chase, ,.

and the papers up there would reproach rector of Christ Cnurch Brooklyn, The BonTonI f e sits-

us and denounce us, and the N. Y., now prominent in the crusade ,! aL'tbe'VQ

'The Tampa Tribune say hat John preachers would preach against us, for Sunday law ,enforcement in New

II. Reagan, who was Postmaster General and the politicians would inflame York, has an1 uncontrollable wink, the /I I Will give numbered tickets for each.i'- \ \

; of the Confederate States, la now public sentiment against us and the Boston Herald says. His many Rhode v noticeitt

flying In 'retirement' at Palestine, whole world would be called 'to witness Island, friends will recall that when of-fifty cents. .' \f vb

f Texas. In one.sense hela, but it is that w& were all to the bad and he is talking earnestly one eye will, 71 ;::{{

the retirement, of' the cemetery.Judge quite unfit to be classified aslrivillzepeople. : d by an Involuntary muscular contraction S,

k- Reagan died. morethan. a':year I This is not drawing it too appear to be giving point troth /i .Each ticket is good for a chance oil '

\ ago. strong ad-forjiV of of It look to conversation, : :: ;: tbliG
;
; -} ;
the,Atlanta riot:and:the'uproar-from At that tine when he;.ytai ,rector / S tl. prizes of fine china. 'ii .

The Republicans are making special Maine to Oregon over half a dozen of St James''Church, in Woonsocket, M '. ,7 _f 'SSID
efforts Vean negroes killed In a street riot he ,, f
to good'old Missouri' b> visited ..;printing office with a --
from her Democratic allegance and white hoodlums, with the entire rush order fqr some work.
carry the State next month, but the police force seeking to stop the riot "I can't 4$the job in time for you { 1jet

,. Old, Guard there,1s thoroughlyaroused : u- and the public sentiment of practically unless ,I<, work Sunday," said the I Bal s ,.

sed this time and Missouri: will $o the' entire: city solid against the printer, "anijf'i4 d suppose you approve : Mrs.i W.. n
\
'back where 'she belongs-in the reliably outrage. But to the1 Illinois Incident of fast Y' .,

DemocraUC'eotum .. It occurred on October It and the "I will leave the copy," said Mr. /I .. __ /k'', "
story of it is told in few Chase, "and* ;r "" "'ffim'"
a lines I In you moat do the best :ffi7l\/I\'if{ '. ...
Secretary Shaw has returned to a dispatch tucked; away without

Washington from :his speech mating playanotlg;ecoref pf.Diller,Ja tie b fc .work on ''Sunday/he coac1fnde.d! with: : vCV3 _
lour in Pennsylvania, New York and Northern, papers and prqvpklng no l emphasis. .V "' A: A: <,,,,

other; states and says the political editorial comment.. Here 'It Is! When, the'rector receive the grin'

apathy beats anything he ever saw tCasey, 111., Oct. 21.-:ThU place ing he said: some surprise: "1

in his ,born days. What he meant with a population of 3,500 persons, did not think I It would be deliveredso MONE'kvV .}

Was the Republican apathy and,that's is without;; negro citizen, followingthe early." ( : ,
*
< it troubles of Friday and Saturday "It would not have been '
mighty, hopeful sign for Democratic.. ready but W J.
I.- success. in which the negro population was for the Sunday work," replied the Money often lies I li

.- cleared out, after a white girl tad honest printer.' .. j

been insulted by John Johnson a neSurprised at this, Mr. Chase asked '
'Tammany: 1ka no longer and Is awaiting opportunities Jai
"' tyro hotel cook. A mob was formed ; "Didn't I. say that the work must
all right for Mearat.
That doesn't Immediately after not be )
the arrest of Johnson done on Sundayf""You 'J
guarantee his election, but it largidiminishep' sly Friday, but the investment but these op
negro was saved surely did, but you winked, ; 1. 9r
the cfcajcea
; against him from harm by a rdse. The PoUeeJUdge and I know' what that meant," '
;W 1Uam' Rat o1ph 1. the was
; -
toughest
announced that Johnson would the sage answer of the man of ti portunities -do not come .
proposition New iY0&)
Republicans ey
f have four hours in which to prepare types. -
< hare been up'against for many a year for his In .
defense court, and was then every week month even
r and the G.. O. P. leaders up that way hurried out of town without the ; or :

are scared almost to the point of knowledge of the members of the From Union Precinct i In
year. the
panic A ,new leader"- in New York mob, which was without a leader.The Editor Democrat: As I have n > meantime thjr:1

.f.\ .polities is'ba3ly'':needed anyway. It mob learning this, become furious seen much in your paper of late.fro

begins to look like Governor .Heaei. rat and immediately started to free our district, I will pen a few lines.earninge : :

I the city, of the neero--, .nnnn1S1tfnn..-r_._ .w... I am 'not-going to vote against.t
1 Our thoughtful and Valued Dow- Negro barber drainage of the Everglades
shops employees and but I am :
ling Park correspondent, in hia letter hotel porters, 'cooks going to vote against the ,. ';
and laborers amendment
;
';'." 4a: yesterday's Democrat, made an ex- were given minutes to leave. .The that gives, or would give that Boardof you place it in this bank. .K;{
!: J ellent point when he cal1ed'atien.
} Improvement .
police and unlimited
several deputies mixed power to ,
:... =-tion to the lack of a good credit > :v 1
'.-' with the mob in front of one of the tax the whole state and could lay THE'FIRST NATIONAL .BANK
: system in Florida, and charged to local hand of oppression +
hotels and had not cooler heads on those that

.. ,that defect much of the vagrancy dominated serious trouble would have would not be benefitted by it. I hopeall > .LIVE. OAK FLA.
-
which creates the existing shortage resulted," of the voters will look well to this.

'in labor. He says: "Give credit to remembering the little experience we -

;none but'those known integrity, If have already had in the c. H. BROWN,.
matter President.
1 -you would encourage honesty and House Mr, Bryan in predicts that the next I road tax and no good from it. And of D. 1; HORN. Cashier C.W.A.i. HILLMAN HARDE,,}ViCe-Pres.' '.
Congress will be De
;industry and exterminate the "dead mo- why the discrepancy in the

;:'beat"- and that is an obviously cratic. He has been over a large the two counties when Suwannee expenseof \ 7 tSZSZo

: z sound business rule whose enforcement part of the debatable ground since he is or was to bear two-thirds of ,
the
would put many a loafer to returned from Europe and is better expenses of building the two .
THE
informed on the subject than most bridges, ORIGINAL
work.It
one at Luraville and one at Branford ;
men. Mr, Bryan makes few election The s14t4I
I have the estimate of taxes Idea of a Cough
predictions and he is' loose of the Syrup that will act on
no
hot air bowelsanct ,
is said that the President has both counties before me and I give thus assist In J .
talker. We don't remember that during the expelling colds from "'- ,:
; them system Is .
made up his mind to do the square herewith: Lafayette county new and original In ."
either
of his presidential Laxative Kennedy's 1'1
,thing by the South and give this section campaigns $2,381,580; Suwannee county, Honey u1d'far' Nearly all other
he
at any time cough
predicted his cures !
t ; .another representative on the 2567356. Now is it fair, fellow are constipating, J
'.; own success. We have faith in his citizens lng Opiates. Lazati m. J1
aoHone
Supreme' Bench of the United States. forecast that the to 'burden ourselves more? Tar Kennedy and .11 tb4

i Justice Brown is to retire or has re- Democratic, next House will be It is not that I don't like the Governor moves the bowels, contains no o{(

'"tired; w$ forget which, and SecretaryT 0 I do; it is what he is trying to

ft' bays he don't want the'position.This da that I don't like, and the results LAXATIVEowSif'cSf 5A .

.* / 'being true Mrs Roosevelt is said Among the worst enemies of progress from it and harmlesS

'Ji ,toRhave-seleeted for the place Judge in any community are the people It is business if you have a doubt all Croup, remedy for
!
Whooping
; ;Horace H, Lurton, of Nashville, who refuse to improve their real about anything to'let it alone. An Grippe, Bronchitis, Influenza and all Cough 1' 1

s( 'ris;'Ten&j; Southerner and Democrat, who.fs.now estate and hold it at.such prohibitive honest mind is an unerring dicta tor. and Bronchial affections, Mothers, praise Lung the r?'lchIldren's _

on tb@ .Unlted States Circuit prices that others who would band ny' it So, brother yeomanry of our county favorite Kennedy'. laxative Honey '.

:"i:Bench- .Justice White, of Louisiana Improve it are prevented from let us all stand pat on this question. and Tar i ,:

., is the only Southern Democrat. on the. doing so. The Dunnellon Advocate WELL-WISHER TO ALL

>: /Supreme Bench' and as thai coure1V"sppposed ,fa IB Agoing for" such people In that ; COUCH .:SYRUPW ;

to be non-partisan and town without calling names and #** *&%
I True and-tried friends of.th. .f A. m w' '
.
\:;nonseeSesaru, is plain.Justice tooth 1 thejr deserve alt ho jtriticlsm. ttoeyget family- '-rJIJI ty 01 'zc.: PiwITT a CO. CHieAC9fICU :
DeWUtfsLitttetEarly 7tHD
( Risers: ) >E M
: <>S T M
li1iSIiiijuOIjjs-BqS8T2= _
South to give it this appointment It is true that they
.- ,< '" are strictly Good Pills. Sold by City Pharmacy;* Sold .
-1 by City '
Pharmacy.
?. \ t r" '
a.t .. T '!Ii
4
.'.k. .. ,
< riA
; >- '

.- .J.',, r,0' 1 ,""'- jj.. ,' .,'; ..r-<<'y"" f .;;.._.:""'.;Y;' ,_-'r ._ .' c '' :'J. .'->-:><".1'. ... "''''-'' --'>-'>-">i'> -,.'-.::..,"'' < \!_'O'.i: __--,--=",-.!':.".,:"!"k,"'-_'.<. ', ",,", "- '

-- _. -, ,--' -.' .d'"



"
L ;<.< ,--;,""_:-. ,,: < -'>" '

i ., ,;.fuvE.,.............. .u;" .(,...,.p\l'K. ..
....-,.., -_."' ..,. .,... .
---- '-- -
,, --- '
'
" '
:c;, : -om.-., .....-e"'. -.Diacclenny,.was Children's- :and Ladles:'Cloaks and -.. ... -, _: : : .>. --\'
3f't''' '; i1 ," t Bii lTfiWAi -s."f"1tam, JMI'e aboWi ala ear : :
T ndies .
I 1ioNAL$1r tothecity: for a few hours.yesterdaY. haBTa ; handsomest'and:Sh/iiwafctsj most positively line rthe .. S$; <''T T:..> I.i.. ..!f'l.>.;. ,..,-"0.., .- .., ".j.
an .attractive I '- '! )
,lo 1nia feflb'F IIAISIIEY IniIL uo >11t.r : e s't.: : -
: .
: F ,friends-1 everrbrought ,to "Live Oak; are now: I t s .: .
,
hands, ... I )e.a _: acre!,. :
being opened by Miss M. V, Edwards. Phone:198. __ & >
r s' 'ud_ _. '
1
3v -; T BRIEFLY Surrency & Powers hare just received It the ladies ,need,'anything in tl.i51 ri r te' of'ceMiTatkw : .,

bra another fresh supply of that line, call at h store': 'and'See these,,'i of' r 9'4.
.food'timber. ;. os c
"
.
.
$4,000 -- .
t. Brand Candy. One thousand they are sure to please. tl ,
Red Band i .dWeJH c.-, ,I.t i1h
'Ottt f I .- .... ,
fresh'and fine. "
pounds, necessary trniaf
J. Robcrson
Marshal W. H. Lyle has his men at The A. BoardingHouse houses Hd. of'geed:

t 'AND T1EY Cio 'Hugh, Stbckdell. of Virginia, win work grading the street between the on Ohio Annue..Twelve mules one'two-horse "wagea;
; { registered at residences of Col. Frank Drew and ';
the city yesterday rooms, hot and cold bath eane"mWand boiler; ,CBoagbJ'

'.: \" ';" "z:.. : the Ethel. He 'was on his way td Sid Hinely. There was a low place in f situated in the, heart of, the corn and hay to feed the motes
': sr few days' visit. the street where water stood and It I
? the Park for a I town. A magnlndent invest.ment one yearA bargain for quick
''''.,', Qak and' .Snwannet was to get rid of that,. the grading is r purchaser, Terms onb It:* }
'< .r b1 the Demo- '' t being done by Marshal Lyle. As for.some one. 'Is paying one'and'
fresh
"I Surrency &. Powers .keep a I cash, balance two.
,A B-- iprterM supply of groceries always on hand. usual he"is making a-good Job.of .it I 12 per cent gross. The reAInt 8 per cent, y

''!;.',- The, housewife .can call 'them up for above price Includes what WE SELL VACANT.LOTs
Williams ;
... 'ii."F1 orsyrup ,at Elder G.
: want. I. pastor of the furniture
they the
r ,, anything : owner has tnthe Railroad Addition;- FruttiandAddition
{ :i
Church
Advent
Christian
at '
: Jasper. '
ff:, r. building j ,; ': : : ; : : .: : ,. ; Barton Addition and.
_, HPM- J.. B.,Brlnson, of Madison, the well arrived in the city this morning and 'Nice ,Six-room Cottage, closein .1 Stephens, Addition. ::: :- v ," .:
'mss Jacksonville; was here whose specialtyIs will leave on the afternoon train for '
.. known traveling man with bath, that we will offer -
:-t .oI''i ) was In the city yesterday, the Park where he goes to assist' to some one at bargain. '

., .y' -, supplying the needs of his customers. Elder Butler in a meeting, which he Easy terms. Call at our office Real(Estate and hvesiseiis

? : White)'eDdown. to Ft. Is conducting there and in which .
'
ms's business trip yesterday. For Plaster, Cement Fireclay, great interest is being manIt sted. .Jlmm:111I1I111 '

-;.:: .i'". ,, "- Fire-brick: and WhitePressed Brick, % : fill III 111I1111 mm!UUmiUHlllimlli'! !It ill III! umm.lIlIIlll11l;;1" ,mUlI f
1 1yesterday
f-'_ \1S ted.the new, uit.de- see Live Oak Brick & Supply Com- Mr. and Mrs. D, 0. Henry returned' -. ":'

,-- : 'Ladies* Emporium? to Umatilla .- after a few 1 -
at,.' the- ., ... pany. 18-6t 1I B
.:.t-- with their I '
pleasantly
days spent very '

seater rests, all wool.. The Hon. M.. H. Horn, ,a prominent at- host of Live Oak, friends. Their visit <

.;.1'..,> te It torney of Jasper, was.In the city this was a source of pleasure to everybodyand L U' _}

: ... ...
about
:;;: -if' a.iekwbeat_ morning, looking. after. the Interestsof the only unpleasant thing

';' ;ant, maple.8Yf\uP his clients. it was that it was miserably ,briefin I

13i08.. ; < its duration .Both Mr, and Mrs.
JT-
,'.",'4' For Plaster* Cement Fireclay, Dan.were here long enough, however, I ; _

1;otblf: ladles lti just in toLadles'Emporium. Fire-brick and .WhitePressed Brick, to find out how much their Live Oak 1

:'Jt:_ : 25-2t see Live Oak Brick & Supply Com- friends thought of them. I T
,
,
;;i; I' "
::du. pany \ 18-6t What the advertiser wants is
to Jacks
H, Brown.went
"-;' 'bUsIness results. A page ad In a paper nobody ,
;;last-' ,= T ll iMMMW reads will bring but small profit 'L.R :
Live Oak this morning on his way to I
h blpment' electric portables for the money invested in the ad
l. South Florida from 'Ferry where he
re"eeived. at.J.. c. Lyle's. 185tDooper'of had been on official business. The advertiser wants; to reach the.

-, buying public and tbe'people who I ';

:.- .i : Lake City was in Suwannee Bakes has opened lathe wants the things he has to sell. The
grocer wants to reach the housewife -
dfrtMs'morning and registered '
.i & T. McDaniel store, oppositethe
rElheL and the way to reach her is
court house. Fresh cakes and
'.,' through the Dally Democrat. She ___
bread daily.-Suwannee Bakery.
_
.<'Wo Qd' delivered on a moment'sany .. gets that and reads it, every after- B
--
-- hardwood. noon, and she reads the ads. the
length, pine or
Beautiful plaid silks. in all colors '
.
teE McGriff. Phone 25, tf same as the rest of the paper, If you /
; on display in Miss M. \., Edwards'window '
have anything to advertise advertiseIt R' _
Don't fail to see" them they
[ $;j. Ci nn,-.of Otter. Creek was a where the advertisement will bring I _
have just( arrived and are beautiful.
for Llve results: Ads. in the Dally and Week ruVStl
| .tp "Oak for-,a few hours -

.Mi."-!'morning.( For backache and' rheumatism use I y Democrat do bring results., 1 ..0'S. zrt

DeWJtt's Kidney and Bladder Pills, Every citizen of Live fOaf should, k.gtiaui.w..sst.ao
,! _T, rae and.... tried friends of the .
Cleanse end purify the blood A t take a pridein the city because as
.j{Milly DeWltt's Little Early Risers. '
week's treatment for 25c. Sold tby here, it Is home'
long as w'live our .
Ssod.pWa. .,-;.Sold'by-c1ty.Pharmacy,* '" "'. It'for I
( City Pharmacy. and we are beautifying our ca sesm.td,

J.- l ownselves, not' for somebody else.
[iKrL.D Eo' Horn and yttle daugh- '
: What' es It cost to break up a Thousands of feet' of ttte walk have
.? "eat doln-tq Branford this mornays' 11-
spell of chills and- fever/Twenty-- been laid and ''much miJre1' would,be:!
foi re4 '
"
ylflt.td frieads?
-"",. '" !. five ,cents for a1 bottle of Fletcher's put down If itwere'possi le. to get the ;

fLj.' ( 66., For Bale by City Pharmacy. work done. We are informed t that days. ave so a great many \ I'
} a1J'UC.'a the City Restaurant "' "7.l: ,'. 'c '."" clt1zeu'I but'this not unexpected.
: several of our progressive ot er..gent's furnishings: was
.whUe
!-Ui( :: only' ,restaurant 'in :the,
-- Some new styles haying' ;
demand.
: ,and we are.prepared to meet an even greater
-t.r _;. ladles;' suite baje been/'recetYe4' at' ,ins front' of Jheirqmes;paved ,w'i&! :
.
<; iiie Ladles Emporium, ana' tlieIr> i Augusta'graveL This would'certain rl t. 1! We expect\to sell 'great.many more suits and our

lDr.; Geo.. 8, Stewart went down to customers., are Invited .to come slid be in the right direction and; to the s
',bite today! :"professlbnai ; ; : ly a .step 'i r complete line".of furnishings always kept. up
,,; on iospect '
: >th m. 25-2t : would add greatly to th'e appearance
; i 3
,
winesa.
'
.t.tF : > I Standard.
J<.' '.0 ., '0. """- : >;, of Live Oak if the movement became, "
: For backache and rheumatism use general and all ;the principal residence We sell the Michael-Sterns Clothing than which

...FCR RENT. '-One, five-room house. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. I streets were paved with this I there is none better made. Quality and fit guar

almost'! ",new;. U5Q month, Cleanse the blood. A .
: per ( Ap- and purify gravel.. I : t !
j, ytb; .Uve;Oak Drug'Co. U-6\ week's treatment for !5c. Sold by t-1: anteed. The very latest styles and designs in plaids J

j.'1!I.',. :w v,.-plP. : City Pharmacy.J A, BIG DEAL and mixtures. ,

(( .- T,. Heath, of Atlanta, was a \

eminent: visitor, to.Live. Oak ye3terday. C, Crawley one of the most ,Fifteen, Thousand Acres, of FarmLands
.. l a
prosperous and successful farmers in in Suwannee County '

Suwannee county, who lives northwest ,r Change Hands. 11 Suits $12.50 to $30.00
Riley-'of Atlanta
) :J, Wi was In the of the city was In Live Oak this A land deal has been consummatedthat

yesterday, attending to business morning, shaking hands with his will mo doubt mean a great deal ;
.. .. '
\ \ many friends. to Suwannee county, because of the "

.tact tbat. a very large body bf the :

Ivey. of'.Jacksonville, was a Red Band Brand Candy Is a high finest farming land in the county is .

m- Live. Oak yesterday for a grade candy at a reasonable price. now to be placed on the market In' ,,' -'' ,'

Mixed candy is 15 cents a. pound; I small bodies so that it can be purchased *

!!tl chocolate and bon bons are 30 centsa 4>y farmers who desire to ,

.':' r' Parjs of Thomasvllle. Ga., pound. Cheap as dirt, but good as make homes for themselves and OVERCOATSi

among" the -visitors to Live Oak the best. 'amilies. This land has long been

sterday,
recognized as among the very best If
overcoat?
.., A 'cold is much more easily cured land in the county and settlers have Have you purchased your winter

t r U D Taylor of Mayo, was in they when the bowels are open. Kennedy's been anxious to secure it, but could not, don't do it until you have seen our line. Theyfit

ai9 tier' business yesterday, afternoon.- looking Laxative Honey and Tar opens the not because the owner of the land like tailor-made goods and the quality is the best

affairs bowels and drives the cold out of the desired to sell it in a solid body, and .

I of system in young or old. Sold by City he recent trade, transferred it in They give satisfaction to every purchaser.
JJL .
Stephens Jacksonville, was Pharmacy .that shape. The land was purchased,

the city for a few.hours, yesterday fifteen. thousand acres in all, by

at the Ethel Rev, J, 'Edgar Wilson, presidingelder Messrs. Chas. H. Brown and A. Lee
rtter: to
of the Tallahassee district, was ftumphreys. These lands, are known $15.00 $25.00

Moody, a prominent-business in the city for,a few hours yesterday as the Hough lands and are located
f
>, 'Dunneuon, was In the city afternoon. He was on his way hometo 'in the southern part of the county. .

Urday for ,a. few hours, Tallahassee from Old Town wherehe The lands can be easily cleared and ; .u.s
0;;: -
'. had been holding conference for this reason and their fine quality ;
'R.;Padgett, of Jacksonville
ti was hey are in great demand, and the : and
e uIna palms' with his "numerous DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is the present owners are. disposing of them I School Shoes Boys' .Youths''J
Oak friends Under-'
yesterday original and the name stamped on In small tracts very rapidly at good Suits, Shoes,

iI", every box.| Good for eczema tetter, prices. II Webster Dictionwear, Neckwear, l Y
fs J ,
,
i'-" j ,Blush, a prominent and bolls, cuts and bruises, and especially We are very much gratified that .
,' I ful clUzen etc : : : : : :
of I
\ with pair.
Jacksonville recommended for Sold Suwannee's every
piles. by this big block of un- ary

',11.thee1t. yesterday afternoon. City Pharmacy. cleared and wild land is now thrown I ..
.: ;t. ,
1 ; SI
upon the market for small settlers.

Bon Ton Is.offering three pre. Miss Mamie McAlpin who has been heretofore it has been.. held in a solid 1c .

; .=t4. cashpurchasers.. Tickets enjoying a delightful visit to friendsin block and was of no worth to the !

'"" !'pTen Jot 'e ach fifty cent pur24,21- Terrell, South Florida;,is at home county except as so many acres it,
for information BROSN I IMen's :f
tat. again much to the delight of her of wild land; now it is to be opened I BUTLER

e numerous Live Qak friends. Miss to: settlers and there is no doubt that. .
:FOr;
,ITspepaia cyntains
t '" > the Mamie is,always greatly missed when III a few months many farms will be I

t e.i J .a healthy stomach she is ,away. cleared and opened up, and as farmers I ., *
tttloui. Outfitters
stomach In .
shape are the back-bone of every country -,

< J; ,l taDt function ; o( :;! .;See J J..C. Ljj &Jld_tlave him:-to.in- : this sale will be of vast benefit

I ) ..;'%$ \IOdt!and brallu'WtUi tall.Jh't *I ele r.rls'De11 you hahb J 1 n to; Suwannee We doubt if more than CMC. FLA. >
f. bttldI LIVE
:l..t., 4.1,0 ps 'lood.' :niCest about*. Poor bells r\d\ two: years' will elapse before all of]
ou .eai aT r
t\ -. :. Iud1ge, UQii. t ittsalle'd .on will'bd
.";;'i. ,..C ItJ,Pharmacy -" yam. ..Uth11F '. ahoft' ibis1 large body of land' :
.
/.. ;:--lP '" "t; lS-it taken: Tip in farms. ; : .
< -- V I r. )
: -
.. '" q '' -4 4- : '_ :,1 ;. t- :\ \ h
t .?,
.
-. S w "s"

as ,.
.. .
JV V ..,.::'--<.> l", .H-."" ,....... .-.-, ," ..... .,. ... '" 'c. '
,
"'; t. '
"' :; ; : ;;it .:. .- lt 1?' -'f.k: :,, k 'i :



; : 1J'i'
0
.'1'f .i
.- .w ..::


-. t.", "_',' .'Q', Il v.r:)<>;i Ilu.'-. <:. ..T...IIU-,...


rt< ; "Grand ''ODcningBeginning on FA DUTY=I v R.S\. _- : "r:




to fcl twnBy to bei titi4l. ,-- --

eel ean't well t>.wsll tad and rtrour.troac So H -

r Monday and Lasting all 'bis Do you*Jddneyt*Jpiia an takthihldda out ot order.in -

f lUcbt"!i your colored,anno scanty Then NUl are
mm*Ailddaey
for (UMfttB*
.\ ..." Os,weD k
.
-
,DB. McGEC'S XUCKACEZJLSB :
K s .> : BXT5XT CUSS
( -
Week nto and, "
a sore reHMcor
!; ; .--I : IIIC docm't
"' :1 "' ," do what
.. ;: ', : wo "". let yonrmony
._ -t"1 back. Stop till terrible die.
a
1. ..... Put yottraell on tie
Ie road to health to.4ay by tray .'

: largest. and' BeslStod, $" .j .of:ladies'. .,.ReadyMear Goods Ever Shown in State.ofjflorida ing iii'a R bottlo Mo and at your$.1 a bottlo.LIVE druc- .. .:.>. .. ...-

'*''"' .. ,
': OAK .
Smart Suits in all, Latest Styles and Fabrics fresh from Broadway. DRUG .
.. .
:-/.C'7 }..':.;'.{.''.:.;... Economy" In Interest. Be itbr i
... ,. It Is well known that a woman will the
T'
V..ty'-- City C
,: never become accustomed, to banks.
Tourist CoatS, banish effects ':Newest effects in Plaid Just as she will: never learn to sharpen Oak..Section :_
& pencil or drive a nail* Bat there Is of Ordlaaiae s

Ladies' and Misses''Skirts Waists a woman. PVS the Washington Star Live Oak, .
who takes the prbe In financial W3tI I entitled,
I ". ters. except that she teredos eo:i UFlorida a fire ip
$2.00 and tions. togs
h up Smart Belts Stocks and Her husband held 1 buildin ..a,4
a fairly nice account 1 buildings .
.Rain and Automobile.Y at a focal bank in,common with' i and Sung penalti,
.. Ties' her. where Interest was paid on deposits thereof," app j -
GoatsCravenette' I at' the rate of 3 pr' cent One afternoon be and tne'saaci
as she :went shopping the wife o as t o read as
Wrappers and had occasion to pass her husband's 3 I SectionCcet} .
#nd. Coverts Dressing per cent bank and then another which *ng described '
the
4ytk paid only,: per cent The more she City et u

Children's School Dresses Sacques ; problem thought about seemed.it the more complex the hereby be the Fie establish Limits at=

Oak Florida, tt* .. ,
At last main: up her mind that her
,) $1.00 and up. I Shoes, Hose and Gloves husband and.. of conrse, herself., 'were I Conner Conunendag Street iritl ti ftj!
being cheated by a horritl (cashier she I hence >uads; $
'
withdrew the deposit from the 3 percent ;nee Street. eIhty-
us. bank and turned them in at the: thence West throak
other place. I of C.. J ItcOebea to

Why buy old Goods? All our Stock is NEW -That evening she said. "Do you 'I 1 south Church of Street Conner, Strp f "
': deaf that I
now saved lots of
moner'today along Church,Street teT
r"Howr thence East
; he asked. Pine Street, ifceste log!
THE 'LADIES" EMPORIUM "By placing our money In .a bank Street to Parsaleyf _,
that costs oaly 2 per cent Instead of 3. along. Parshley
(t Is Infinitely cheaper, and"J J thence, I*ottlt
itt\ to poiat tot: -
J**
Its L. S. Harvard JU Kick' Cow lac.rs. boundry thereof, t 'e.
Proprietor Live Oak Fla. Jones-Do you nIJ:)r late what the Southern bona -
that is you are eating? Tramp (with her Street, thence,Easti, .
I:1"!!!!! home '
Imll::II 1:::lIllumnllllmmUIIJU III:III! his mouth full)-NVin! Mrs. lone place of titeM
mmlUunllllllnlllllnllIUlIm: -
!
::
a III 11111Imll: :I i Well Parshley to'apoiat'ih.i ,e
that is
natal: | cake with wine' and South of the P
Jelly and whipped cream. TJjlmp-Ob, 1 the property CTreedJ Ci*
well anything tastes good when a fel well, and on iralcJr ids; -
.. ler's hungry. m 1m- ew York Press. now located, the&ri _
p PARENTS* I want to ed ucatet at son or that laugher of with and along the
yours A Young Mother at.70. line of said property OJC-S.J
Bookkeeping Shorthand well to Haynes8tt t-tiiw
and
well Typewriting, as "My mother has suddenly been ;along Haynes Street to 1 .
as Arithmetic, Penmanship, Spelling, etc., at the' .' made young at 70. Twenty years of j thenee North along Eaiifcif
.
I Intense suffering from dyspepsia- had 1 to Duval Street, theac, Tr idDuval
entirely disabled her, Street, to-apoiat*!*
until six
: months (10< ) feet west"of Obl.t ;
ago. when she began taking Electric I South to Haynes StreeUJalong ,
:: Bitters, which have completely cured Haynes Street to fte ml, '
her and restored the strength and :of the Atlantic Coast"I:I "
f thence Northwest
activity she had In the prime of life," alongi
of
1 writes said Atlantic Coast L t
Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrlck of j to 1 Duval Street, thence _
Danforth Me. Greatest restorative ]Dmwaj and Third Strati is
; Corner Ohio Avenue and Conner Street medicine on the globe. Sets Stomach ; track knovrna'Ils"Y .
Liver and, Kidneys Southwest along the tail
right,
: have placed purifies the ]known the "Y* to Chra ;>
into good positions as
every graduate, and will do blood and"cues
as much for your children. Malaria, Biliousness 1 thence: South along Chcrch
and Weakness, Wonderful Nerve I Conner Street, thence
Scholarships: $40, $50, $75 and $90. / Tonic Price 50c. Guaranteed by Conner Street to SnY6 :
Barclay & Groover Drug Store. and point of beginning::::
Enter at any time in either Section 2.-That all ard
Day
or Night,classes ]parts of Ordinances IB ccsit' ,
A : Catalogue this Ordinance are heretor** .
free
L. M. HATTON President. pHONE us your : Sec. S.That this Ordiais** _
.
go into effect tauned U3nif
00I needs'and we passage by the City Conti1 ,
---- _.. -.-,- :proval by the Mayor K
I -- ---------- will Passed by the City i take pleasure n 17th day of September,, D.CURS. :-;
2OO H. 1 Bx4 '
, i-i. 'I'T I NOTICE I j filling orders Attest: President.of (Sir
your
S. P. MAYS, City dflte.=.

0 Contractors and Men Wanted
Prospective Builders -
: I. S. P. Mays City Clerk
I -- City of Live Oak Florida do h _
t [ THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. to chop railroad wood certify that the above and.forego
regnlarly pied
I FREE Ordinance No. 54 was
i 80c cord DELIVERY. by the City Council on the nt
U will furnish you your Lime Cement I per day of September. A. P. 105,and the,
Building-sand 'Plenty of wood same; is hereby certified to the Mayo.
t Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick. for: his approvaL
Witness my band and the eat of"aId
OUR SPECIAL:mite Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. Paid off every week : City this 17th day of September,

fT' Our stock of Groceries areJ\. D. 1906.s.. P. MAYS, City Clerk.!

The Live Oak Apply to fresh and of the best tocaj.jExamined
Brick quality.
&
Supply Co. j jH I and approved by me t
l' Conner Brysonat the: 18th day of September. A. .
II II 111I I!HIlI In II mllml III II H MIHH'! Country produce 1906.
I I II
11111111111:U I nll:I II II alwaws Ft
L:!.. III:I Ill:m::I::1111 m:IIllm M. E. BROO
Court house on hand.
'_ Mayor City.of UTe Oa .

NOT.16. Live Oak Fla. *
RAGON HOTEL Vegetables, fruits, etc. Advertise In the Dally Demo
*
The Season of The Great headache Gar .'


_ AMERICAN PLAN. OYSTERSNOW MAYS BRO Bromo. Pep S.i

.}JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OPENApalachicola .
,.,"C.. ... ... ., ,
i *-; .
& ui. i i Word Pepsin.1Headaebe
L 'y.! .. PHONE 85 I "Note the ;

';{Rifes' $2.50 and.Upward. Rooms and Private Bath, Oysters I bdl 1g|
'S; '''- $3.00 and flip.isine Cedar ORDINANCE FIXING FIRE !
o' '1; Key Oysters LISTOrdinance ITS. ; R SOma h, Nera
,.' t Ne. 54.An .
'ft'
Now at the j a

Lii- :) '(:Ci and Service Unsurpassed in the South. Big four Fish and Oyster. Stood One City (1)of Ordinance Live of Ordinance amending No. 51 Section of the I! On the Spot. '

Ordinance Oak. Florida being anifl|i J 0 Opiates. Absolutely Bar

-. .',N. APROPRIETO R. establish entitled "An Ordinance to|! tit la. sss. ul ".
'-..\.',C Orders Fill Promptly for Lad i es UTe Oak a fire limit In the City of'' Dn6pd+ $
Free delivery to Florida to !' Sale By
residences manner of For

i_ ,ibscribe to' the Democrat. R. Mathis & Co. tat therein used In and bUilding bUildIng fixing'enattiea,to and be coaatr the acted'starThe!, City Phar r,
for
,.._' "i i'''"' \. ... : "Bfc 4" Manager violation 17. 1905.thereof" approved Aunat the '!I UVE OAK, FLA.1.23.trwlvr. ;

\ .4 .
;.t
'' .
,>:
f
.
.0 .
:> '
-K. !.. ,+: 1
.t1 ......"" .. '. :
-1\, .,. .. V". i, -, :" ......, _
.".. -- "t:. .,;;W. -.s..': --: '''' "V "n._, ...



*-'3STs&ri:
flJVE QAKDAILY
L- -< < o--1'-- "

..7k t... _,- __ : : loc. ; ---,- -" -. -.--' .. ,. '"" ,. "q ".-.,'.. ,' "',...,-"- "' ','' -, ,. .,.. .' ._ -: '
-- -. .- -. ; .,':i, 'c=;; '" "-":- .
-i ,, 11' Ir ,:::
"' "'r'l' '" '.r n.' -
1'. i O -OUT: tovantages OAKHURST noW" studS""fG -: tl : :;'

: : :" \: :,. ... e .

:."' o and possibilities of" this choice:.p ro- -: _' ;

'" perty and then pick out a ''Lot before the mesh ': ; .f:" .


IT NO desirable locations'are_ all gobbled up. Only|$eee- ; 'Ji.

riDOfy Lots left on Ohio Avenue.. Every day'wearesel- ;} : )

ling and every day you delay, your chances" for C


f ..',.. ;>. :: .... the ,pick of the 'property are reduced :. :' : :. : .:. ,; .


". .'. .'.." .'" .- ., DON'T PUT IT, OFF. :BUY NOW!. .


__ _''!..'''' '_'C .
'> ;" .
; : \.d. } .

> : : : :
""S / / I 'A Live Oak,must in order to accommodate ,
.., 'c..o i, > : .' : : expand, .
: '.

> ;} .. L ;'. ':. B:> It must grow through the paths of Oakhurst i
.. .
f. ; ,. ... Ci; .' ''''
t : : ; ,>" .,",), ':,' : '. : .- because,there are natural impediments to,its, .growth, "

t>. >. .. > ; @ 1 in other direction and because the improvements :
., 1 : : < S : V every ,' .
.
;'f 't, ,' : : '" and natural charm of this home section. will .",'...:
'. I % .
.
+
r. .
''''', '. '". b / ', '
"i$ :, / / -: ; : iraw the city this'way. r "

., f" e' '" "" '" ,' .":. I '","',' ".I"' 1 ) .. ) .-'" '. """-:' :' .". <.. ".. ..'.. -. .

j I #



ITi; i -V
: *-; ,"* '

f'trrtx' :

.
N'J" /- < -, -" .4 ,
k' : : :: .-" : ,. .. :' c ; .\
: .
}'. ,', ::: ,. ,, ; < '. ...". < ,' .l''. \ c ,
J '

: ,'..\>; ::','-.\- *-,*' ( ; : ',: ; .'- :: .:" / ,' ;. \ i. : < ; ;. .j

: ;
.. .. ,>, ." ( j... ,
"": ; ...' ,, ,.-. .. "'" ". ., _'. '':- ;' ,:' "':,'-' f*&: ': :' i'J r < ': f'

.' >: :. ;." ,.: ,,, '' / ,,"''I"*,?' .;.1'I '. / I .. ,: > ,'f' ,.- ,.,.
_ -. \ ';' : ; it- : : .
'
: \ :)< > ,,: ; > .: :.< : } ; Y. .. ', ; ', .. <': ;

t :'.. :-. ..' .\::. '" .. .re ..... ... ... -.. ;. 'f' :_ _
F :, I. /Y T. J'I / n "V i I N 4'0 "Y I'fI
I .; .,', t I f .. ,
: > :SJ f' "'" _
I' .
'
----i ; \ : .4/-:' i ::. '\ t "

..., It': '. ". ,, ,-. ,:,(. "z. ;"f'... ,. .. ... ;\ ,,=, :; I. ,". r\) ', .. :''t (\cjJ;):,. .).. 6\; '" '. f'<,) to Ufc <9 6.-% n' ..,k. -' ,i ..m ..:4 _
..
..Y ;0 r, .. ..
II f .
;
.'. -" '; t' ,<." \ ". \ '-- '., '. .. ... -, :;;
,O. ., .. "
), ; t. h
.')., ._.-1'. ,"".. :., ". :17 .f"
: .' '," ( ) n n r i' nre. y ,;
- :I: '. i' .'. ..... ',. 'SJ t'VU UVO" .lS -vJ L:. ., ., : "f.
'I"
S -- .t
..b --- -- ;. .;
"
.I;>:-, "" \... '' :, -t. !\". .. :.
> "'
._; 0 \V .. (QJ e I. t'' ., ;
r. S N W -t tJ , j :
I'" N ; U PU ;E f\ ," :;
;J. F cJ: : 'tI
I :"' -. ",:
ii : \ ( dm I I : r I 'hr .
r-; I '- I .. '-.:/ v"
I I .. r 1
1:,',, (QJ I .f u "'U' "s.', : .
".
.' '. :_ 'i.,.
'* ioi t. r'
;f'<" i i .; '" -
,'" : 1 J-:
.b. _
.. 11111111111111 ti Lj"
.:;' i'J. (' .'' : "r .d,' "... it

.':... I p ,.: .z.
'
: ', [M] [gQW) ( ) V -- ., ; .;
.' '"
? -,' -. .. 'r'iI' ': .,:
'i ,' i-i ," -- '. '.. % 4J -j .,;.
/5 I ,
: <
..
; :' : ., "" .' tv- III t {' C\ lII i: c h' : I :
t Q t.r
: ". ..
.. .. : .. ,
i.
., 'J 1 7. :::
"'
"
.
u I. 1 1. '"
; ,
,@ '
/ ,1l 'i ;' I \.. "'" Ir
'J' ,. I > :>
t: f..' .: .' .' .1 '.. ,,,:,I :; ,,:.';.,.-'\ : ....l'to ... ;.:..
.
i:: .
'
.. "
''A '.' c ..' ... .. '. "
If
r _
-/l t\ ,. t o co: ; .
__. I. (.1 t..J '- () (Q 00 .. -t c.. N : .
'' ., ," I l.... ; l.,.;' ;...:..ilJ. _
:.
-, I I., . .-1.' "" i_ _i .. -- :_ : t 1 e, .
- -

) I ; : ,q'.: : .::""; WEiT (Q)_ _l 1Q) ,, AVE ) : L ; J

u...d ._. ,. ,i 1 I r-1! I r : ".. '" 3.
; '
;LJ ;, [ .: \. I I I' f I I I ." .. ;.-,' 1,*- 4-:

., ," : ..... \ ; I .
_ t" ... : o \ N w f : j.L I.C \ U i: c" XJ I. ti '
ti w: I : : .
> : : .
1' .-, _, (}( ) I ,. I I I _, !_ ._' J.. :'. > :-, : .
I .' U \-___ ] IJ I I (SIQ) J. '' "
= 1 ( ) '
=
'
.' : :: ,... tttl ." .
"
-
HI t- : : ,
.' I I I t -u. ': \ ': .. .. It.t _
I
....;" I .. ,. .1 T \. '
-
',"' .-." ,',' ... I I ',. I t t' :i' '- NHNLi \ :f

! .. ...i,';"' '... ." ., .-' ., ftcL4QH: fI.) J" f a. I.. f' t Cow, j7 ,. :t....
) 1..' .''' 'i" ."to.'1. I I' U 'f
,, ..' I" ,., __ _, i I t "' \ if' _
"
: .
: .
'. '.
: _.= :: + .. I.[QJ LllAE( fb' .- l' ZVE./ :.. .: ..r .. :- -, '.

r .":: ... k., ,. ; ,' i I.: i- i'. ; "'-." ; .. .. ..". 'tf.;
"';. ..... '. I ,' I' :: .', ,: :,, .. : .:.:'f t:
I ,
'
f '
I 't. 5>
: I i '
", : N (..... TLtLTH4L.. .I N'l (... f'J'' [ t.I \J n "'4 .:;;, .-" -.' ,' ;' ,. : \. '" ... ...' 1-
"Iti/ f .
I '
I/>. .: .
: : Jo. '''
'
..,' ," 'w : .... *. I ..0 ";I 0 I"!.. ,.. '.'too. ,. ,.', !.:f.;..,, ;.1 '' < : ',. :.,' "
i
,. : : .; j' .
', '
'< .. ,
,. .::1 /;.... ".:;.:.,. .. ; .

; .!' t.";.. ,i," :'".-,' f ". .. ..J.,} .,' .".-1.:'... ,..'i.........


iJ Phone' t4. First National Bank Bldg:'_. _,.:: :. .WEST. VIRGINIA .I i' : : : ; } ':f:; ;.:trr'..J'' _.:..,"-" '

.
.. ..... ...... ." ". .i ... ;;..,...:;1
... _
.. <]. : : "". ;f'' $ ,
'' "
'- "' -"= : ';
.i -} -1 '.

LL ..f .;..':t.'h''' : ''' ,- .:""' ";.,.....,........_, ... ',";.:,,{'. .J.. .,..(' .....,.'..''-.'..'...... .f'.J,,.,.. .," ,:. ..".,"."'.;".. ,...,,.' :.yx.-..,'., ':>' ,. ,. .. '_.-..',, .: -",,' ', !'_"',"_ '''' '". .' ."''-,,,..:::,;h4' ; :



,
.
.c-- .. ..:< .;iC_ .. ..-;.. .< ; "'..:' .';fi fi ;,, {' *,
_"___ : ,..
'- '-' -- -- ,
-" "
1' ;: "t ;: ; ':..'

..' .... ..... ..,...it, t, .i.i !f" ;i em1: ,. ,. ---IJ'IE. :'. ..tttu..." ",t
: ': : % t 1t.1 f----"!,-,; <," ?-;- -..: '"'"c 'I; ..:. "" .. : i -
; : "AMt.
,'. ." .. ', k 1wfE JJ.:. : '. ..
fJPtz.y. .
""r"S"; ; c {... J.-.,; p.4o ,R. ,. ; W t.l :
.. ; $; t" ,. #M :t y :;r9v t' "- ik;
'i.
.;.I'. '.' J i- .,"",:,;,"t ......,.',' J r.., .... -, .',.f.-. ''',. ,<1 -I' '.' --:: '. ,. : .A
', ;,'... ':",- .}. .;,:o .... -.j., :ttJri: ,i-_- "*: t'known LU: the, comai' reAl '.instinct,w. -
"' ; W. J' : T :"
." &a1d"oSc rs. Strand
:
:, ?.1 y j; T.1ft. -! t he'-Hig..h Grade Grocers "- ,).. that'under' Richard. L:;500"Htneatells"'Jews socgat._ ,at' *-11- } :

... -. .safety la the castle+ ;of York/where;not WjtfeB ,-.': -
: f: ;i-"J' .
.- .:". ...? r 'being strong enough for.defense-they. Ffept; : ,, .

: WJSHltbieep'oefore, the, 'and their that Christmas killed their wives 'and children, 'threw
: J public, ,especially patrons,; on. the bodies orer'the walls Into the mobbelow ., _,_;. r *

': r. : 'V V day=they will g ve, away'absolutely. free three_ of as beautiful and costly and,,:'setting 'fire to the castle = '

2 pt presents'as.wililbe; seeri- .here.during all the'holiday season. 'were themselves burned alive. The

gentry owing money to the Jews'has:
: tened! to the cathedral where their J: L -'

? '!,. ,* : : Anotler 1,000. pounds of fresh Fine Candies i bonds or promissory: notes were kept, lan dal :
and made a bonfire before the ,altar.
,
; just 'received.; ::1 The compiler the ,Annals of .Waverleyt -. Speci __'- .... -
Hume "fl-l
In relating the event gays the
'blesses the Almighty for thus Property-* '
deliver
or ,
so a** _
-
w,' lug over-thIs Impious race to destru o- awry b* e _
= ': ... 'Wo"wctu tlon.* History blazes with.such stories. -
The 't
MWoman's Baisden's
? ]J I I paper on "Current Specialfret.
K MUST LOOK YOUNG. of self 'sacrifice and barbarity The _
iff ?:.Thl<' 'Club heldIts:second,Events.!- ". was ,read by' Mrs. 0, 0. ------ .. commercial Instinct In this particular. ha se *- a

regular meeting :of tte :year, 'at:the .Willlamsl The'leading current events 4'ltls Aeeemste For Dyed Lock That ease appears to have been on this other

'J'. !' 'borne of Tire.-'Hr:& Blackburn, Sat- \rere'.dearly and briefly mentioned Hmrces Sometimes Sh w. aide. fifth legal da7.of.

:*, .urday afternoon,'October the: 'twen-: and this paper was followed by a "Tes, she's a good nurse; doctor"' "Instead.of the Jew being naturalbarterer of the horns, f .- i ,

"l ., 7le h ' t general discussion_ of these events, by said' the patient rather reluctantly he Is the,most spiritual man said CoAti. "
the"club. Ton don't mean that," was'the answer sliver He has been, pounded through' sale and -
"The: fo'llowlugjadles were ;
elected
-'L tf1 !!! Tbeo of the physician "What's the the ages robbed and'massacred, but h e thereforlowing for.
of club' then adjourned to meet _
members the
'
: / Club:
4 : matter with her Come, tell me." yields neither his traditions nor hisIdeals. de '- -
t l ;'Mrs-Crlmshaw j two weeks with 'Mrs. T. S, Basid ri. (
i7 Mrs. J. Cl Baisdenln j i ."yothing.",began the faint contradic- Had he been materialistic h e. or so mach

.; .J.ffS. R.X Mcl1DreGeo, Porter, -, VIRGINIA" WIGFIELD, ,lion "She's. quiet, tidy and sympathetic would have sold out long ago and sary to pay- .

:f 'i1f.Mr: ; 9iE., Davis,:Mrs. .Jno. Har|j I:r' ; Reporter but, doctor, her hair's dyed. I{ bought peace. It be would' Join the creed to be ..
J?'.- 1:> rell r Misses'' Cherry and Donaldson. j j I could see it plainly yesterday when she Greek church he would be safe In Russia. together with .

.:"t.-. 'Mrs_ H, hit.JOhnsol1'was, elected, as I:,* &oa' ,Island
tie Club'z'delegate to the:State' Fed1 I e following prices are based on The..doctor did, not speak for a, m ointo the Jaws of belt Therefore say six years mule-oldtai.

eratlon".of Woman's! Clubs to be: held factor's quotations i taenL. lie did not even look surprised." 'that be Is spiritualistic or idealisticrather john- about -
.- "Such a nice nurse, too," went on the than practical or material. WereI mule
i1
-Tallahassee.. .:November: the..twenj j!Fancy. Florldas .v.-. 24 % '@ 25 named -
I patient "Why should she do such a to choose a family that would live I named "PetR": .
tletli.- Mrs Johnson will:be accom, ,'r Fancy Georglas ..,". ,*.. .. ,24 foolish thing!", would! have It meet hardships.and Per-; ".__ ..oae bay=-
'-panted"by Mrs, C, B, Farrell, 'Presl-.,Extra choice Ga.\and-Fla.'s.23 It was then that she learned from the secutlons. Were I to choose one to die ''r Be.'?one black;= .
'
a a ent.ot-.th Club. Choice/ Ga.'s and Fla's .21 @ 21% doctor that dyed hair is. not nearly so' I would give It pleasureJ rind luxury 1 one Iron-grey -

Beginning "with the new-'club ..year.t Extra fine Ga: .and Fla.'s 19 @ 20 uncommon In the case of trained The Jew denied his civil rights de.-' '''tthe< entire :

-. \omanV'Club. } has taken up' a Fine Ga.'s and Fla/s : . .17 nurses as might be supposed. Sick people spoiled of his 'property, scourged and 'sawmilltenflwi_ to the -

regular course'.of' study as- follows:; 'Nominal. ..- Savannah Morning like to have young nurses about murdered has only been made tougher: t jtwenty-sevea same"-h- ,- x

F History of Florida; Child. Study; i f.1\,."e"'s. oct. 25. them. Even physicians have a weakness and :longer lived.- .- His enemies have t branded "* :

-_ = c. ''Southern Authors;;Current Events.. ; j t. for the young nurses. They believe given him strength and trained him I pert; being ig

1 The: first ,papers on these subjects 1 Strayed-$.oo'' Reward. that their Interest and enthusiasm most admirably for the battle of life. JFlor 1 t .=the prof
were' .read at the I are greater. no matter in what'part of the world endants. .1 -
u meeting of the club Mouse colored :mule, scar on left "The burses', term of usefulness .l s forboremay lead him."....New. Yo irkj
u/ 1 Saturday.Mrs.., H M. Johnson's pahli I' foot, weighs about 1,000 pounds, short enough as it is," this physician World.' !HUhiPHREYS-frR
c hDiscoT ,
per on the ry and. Explofa- strayed 'from Helton's sawmill last said "for the work is so exhaustive that 1 Soiidtorsj
lion1 of Florida," :was otnple'te. 2ind1: Wednesday night supposed to have they must soon succumb. Some of TO KEEP YOUNG.- ] ;...'- ", e Ito
j ;interesting.. Mrs.,Johuson also relat-j gone toward Houston them are compelled to give up after
Information
-' = :::ed. the "Legend of the ,Fountain ,of of the mule will be Any ten years. Feware ever able to keep Be Active, Seek Variety sad D.mt s PISH MAK5ET F t .
appreciatedby
.Youth," for-whlch. Ponce de Leon'1. R. H. Hurst Pinemount up until they.Have put In twenty years. Derl'aI4 to LaHgb.Never .

sought In*,vain. : ', Tla. "If they feel that gray hairs coining retire from active life If you ( Ueii- t : t -
r perhaps a little earlier than can possibly avoid'it; keep "In the I
Miss \Vlgfi they
id are
8 on' j An ordinance-
paper: "Sympathy.
;
Treatment ; keep the mind
given to ladies and due active; never --
; are going to make the term of ip
Its .Relation ; to' Child Trafn..i gentlemen at ret r to your' advancing ) ur (4) -oi
residence their years or
y ; your scientific best days-even briefer they are say -
Ing', was. listened' to with much- in- i massage, electric baths, and Father driven to hiding those. traces .of time "at, my age." 1 City ofLive 4ak = tr_

terest., I Kneipp Water Curator Jhe 'r llef of and overwork-by the, use of hair dye, To preserve youth you must have a i ordinance eatttTed, "

:rf; .Airs R.L. White then read a most i local disease;, the cure'of chronic and and the number that do matt use.. f it variety of,, experience. The country ;|entitledordiaaace' _

B'{ .excellent paper ''on "Social"" Purity," the prevention_ of acute. Prices mod> Is very much larger than anybody.supposes. purer.air woman.at :.forty, although'bre thtng a j the within better'sanltatlait--the City of the(_ -

:"cThis Is one of.the .subjects sugges ., Also ."New York SUD.MAHOGANY., and Jiving on a more health'p _
private for the
". Instruction, given. ful diet: than ,the woman ror
} I ed by the ,State.Federation,.and each Five dollars for each course, Address _: looks fifty, while city often *0f the 1 same sad &___ .
the. latter the
; clubin the State at |fees to be paid tkersfcr ,
4 !
Pls requested to do ;
A* Armond, in care of Worth ,t, ._ same. age does not look more than thir- jfng penalties forgist..
It .
'all can along-kbls
!4 '- line., of. work; Stephens. 2-6t The tyBut her mind Is.. more
.t: Way "I'hl. Beavtffl Wood W ai active than. provisions of this:-O
.JI -: --1---t- _. .., "BroajclH 3ata that of her ,country sister that proved the -
--r-- -----;- -, : Fcihlon. ; Is the by Mayor,
Every one kfiows how effective and secret .of her more youthful appearswim 1904. <*#-:
.
:I Southern, Railway Atlantic Coast Line handsome inaUBgauy* la when used for ance.car ; .,' Be It ordained Si"$6'=
the
Nothing',else City Connell of
!* good furniture, but few of us know ages one D ore.f'J.pidly
bow Its value was fifst discovered.In than.monotony' tlt'a'lJ! level existencewithout Oak, Florida: & -
: ROUND Section Spa-
,ROUND TRIP ; TRIPExcursion 1.-That
.1.-," the latter' part of the seventeenth change of scene or, experience. of
Ordinance
T"-L Ko.-3lo f _
E :Excursion Rates Rates eeaiury 'a lh i;ou physician bad i 'athe ,The mind must berkept fresh r'1t will' Live Oak Florida, heirf k .. '
brother engagM In trade with age and. tiie body .cannot be z
younge, ? 1 ante entitled, "As Qrdaaa4t.-# .
'iP' FROM .JACKSONVILLE. West Indies who on one occasion than the mind. j an ordinance to preTi+ia itat.t
-- )fROU JACKSONVILLE. I brought home several logs of mahogany few minds are' strong enough to ]' ter sanitation of FSskDttat; -
:' ? .f-: I $38.- t- tale as ballast. The ,1000t'p"buIlding overcome the aging Influence of the i In the City of Live Oar,

;:$BLine, to,Washington and i daUyVlimrQnety'daJs. a house, and hU brother suggested that monotonous life whJ h'' rules In the viding for the proper f

$ 7 i-iv 7fl-Macon, Ga., on sale November the log would serve for'veiling beams. average country home. City people the same, and fix'fees ;
$.1 Points East. 11-17 inclusive limit to be paid therefor
.' ." .' ; Actlug on the proposal, the doctor have Infinitely greater variety of life
V Noyembet-20. Ing penalties for viokifc = !
)::< 70-Sal\'Francisco and Los orders ta the workueq t$ make Hof They enjoy themselves a great deal provisions of this tkdt -
;
4'44' Angelesj -* Miss. _
,
on sale
." OI/.OO the ) more than
ffiafcosciiv.
-'r- but
CaL, one way (second November 12, 13; limit November their tools were not country people They work j proved by the Mayor'J904. 3e# =
i-; class), on sale daily till 28. equal eta the task of cutting the bard hard when at work, but wherithey'are be and the wmr k. -

-i Oct. 31st Excursion rates to other points. wood and the logs were put out of the through they drop everything and Lave amended so aa to read at -

.S38 4'O-r-Hot Springs-Ark,, on sale Limits schedules Pullman way In a corner In the garden,' a good time. There Is no doubt that Section 4,--There" be* l -
t '.." ,daily: limit ninety days. and all detailed, Information accommodations -; Some time aft rwtlrt\'thehead the theater, In spite of Its many evils, the City Tux Collector by as --

: F's' $6 r65-. City of Mexico *nd return; above and other points cheerfully to penter trleJ to make a box.,from the has done a great deal toward erasing firms or corporations owi #

}t. tickets on sale Nov*.'. Ho on application, either in person or wen by wood but wa 'nuju
'. #'1 28, inclusive; limit 60 days mail, to nary tooK lIe tall thef i doctor,, who much ,retain their youth longer.-Sue1cess. in inspection Section fee One and(1)is-lfeq pray ; =

; $-16 25-Nashville, T nri., and ,, FRANK C, BOYLSTON, was Interested the baffling' timber tional licenses and ot ersc _
? I
., turn; tickets on sale N[reV I District Passenger Agent, 138 West. and ordered heavier tooli to be jade sum of Twenty-five Doltan'! :
-: It. 10 and 11; limit Nov. 18. I Bay Street, Jacksonville; Fla.Don't to work It with says Home N otes. Old Orerreached. The Inspection, fee shall;be +

'. $' Q.nc* -Augusta, Ga., and return; When this was done and a box at last Joe a farmer, was noted for the t payable on October, *-', .1. II. i$ .
:
:.- i tickets'on sale Oct. 27 28 forget to call for made and polished. It was so handsome ,many ways he had of skimping and and on the same day, ?
-, r and; 29; limit N01{, 15, 1900. guessirn that a bureau was made from anotherof saving. One day he hired a big country after and such fish martet|
4 -$:'Q:CC-jColumbia: S. ,C.r and return : the number of seeds in the the despJsed! log*:, and this was declared boy to help him with his work. The shall not be engaged fit &&

't-:&, ; tickets on sale Nov. 4 J by experts to be so superior to the reported for duty at 550 o'clock' In Inspection fee Is paid w t--. '
x -,'f.{( and 5;. limit Nov.,9,,1906 pumpkin when buying onedoIIars' other furniture,making woods thatcraze ttheurnl morning and Old Joe sat him down therefor obtained from Via'' -

:f ror information regarding. rates to for mahogany set in, and to breakfast. After the lad had finished Collector
worth
the pa
L I other. points apply to T,. K; ,McCall C. at ture made from It became blebly 11pnuV meal the sharp old farmer said Receipts shall not for he fractionalyear issued axeegt- -

.,.'P. nd t. A.: Jams D. P;A., lar, the then Dm Less of iJucklnsbajn bat do you say If we eat dinner business Is after W W
Phone Jt3. Jacksonville, Fla. FLA. BOOK SUPPLY fostering the 'hild we are at It?" As the opened
:, C4o1 craze in the fashionable they fell to' boy agreed of April, then one-halt web agso
:--.:: -, .. world. tnd ate a little more. Then shall be paid and receipted fot i
seeing that the
youngster could eat no shall be good until October.trsc
Prize Drill at the Armory more. Old Joe suggested '"Suppose we lowing.

'- The Suwannee Rifles finish up and eat supper;; too. Any violations of .the r o' .
will hold E
,. itonum Live Oak. prize drill at their a rights assented the lad and he meat' this Ordinance shall be panic
armory tonight. oy
er r aged to swallow another crust of b lead.- conviction before the Major s
The; public! and especially the ladles, 'Now let's get to work" shouted not exceeding ninety days

Only-- Monday Ont. 29 are ,cordially invited to be present gleeful farmer thinking the not exceeding $100.09, otmpr -
m: A !Much Interest has been manifested by In meals he had made. "\o of the" avlngurned meet in the City Jail *&rff-ll -d
let: '
-- the exceeding ninety da7t, >f T
: : \ the individual members boy "I never ,
WALLACE of the work after =
''S tomi man's supper. such fine and imprisonment : -
pany and a good tim* Is his "
attendance i exmaXe- don own thens -Loti- discretion of the Mayor
D & 'Cal Comedy Success, pected. All come and help. Times. Section 2,-This OrdlaancC
t the occasion a success I take effect on the first dalo O vA
jilACKSON The Forcetfal Saartaa. D, 1906.
A colored preacher took the City Coenell'thls

Tt-b. O Danger Front The Hague.. dates tOt Immersion down,'to some Il ri
.9 A There's grave danger from i the Louisiana Seeing some alllgat 190 : .

plague of Coughs and Colds that are the stream one of them objected. *fi

f /CAST. so prevalent, unless you take D r. "can't,"Why, brother urged the pastor City Clerk ,
King's New you trust; the Lord He
Discovery-
sump-1 care of Jonah didn't took h S. P. Mays. CItI Clerk of the
rtes, $2.50 and Ups : /\UPEBBLY tlon. Coughs and Colds.. Mrs. Gen.1| T-a-a-s," admitted the her of Live Oak, Florida, do hereby 4et"

I Walls of Forest City Me., writes; whale's dlffrenL A Whale's-darky "but'agot fy that the foregoing Ordinanc
"It's a ,Godsend to a th< :
people living In m.'rJr'.but.ef one o* item 53 was regular passed by ;
'gators
climates where coughs and colds pre. ter swaller dls nigger, he'd wus Council this the 17th day of,5e
vail 1 find It tleep Jes: go ter bar and the same is
and Servicej'L quickly ends the dar,In de sun an' A. D. 1906.
Cnasiae V ferglt all 'bout for his
\ prevents Pneumonia mdppe 1ne-WOInan's by certified to the Mayor
; ,cures LaG ..... Home Companion, pr .e
gives wonderful relief in Asthma Witness my hand and seal of rte
- N.'o'NEALd&. and Hay Fever .4 Ib Poke, of gegte
\ ? and, makes weak Nell-When City this the Utb day
lungs strong enough to ward oS my,new I met. May today I had A. D. 1906. ,
4 Consumption, Coughs gown. on. Of course. ,r eipect- (Seal) ** bYA.
and Colds. 50e ed.ller .to say .omethI Examined and approved by D
aboutflt: but
1ibscibe end.* f1.00t; -\Guaranteed Jfty: Barclay she .pretended, not *o have ieea it the 18th day of September w -

: ._ :14.Gr$>QTt z: DnLStorer.a ,cTris l'obottleI .peJlt. e.-,F ,.,\ "};.(aRtjtl fPp'IIdef-' .
.
i+l9+ a -
I free. sad tender. 'r '
BROC
; -riea -fchlla- Dpi. E. ;
,.,. 't .jJH'j'1'N: ..: t ceJ L dJer.. n f\f"> '" I .- ;'; Mayor Citr *'Ue Oak,
F { ..-. ... ... '-.I .IV"
..
,
: e -- T' .' -...! "'IP _
'a -
a, .>-t "" .
: fe ', qlY
I ---
*
io' & $ -ysx


'

-
-
--